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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 24, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04341
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Pecan Auction I'y City

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Just under 7,000 pounds of pecans went through the auction last i,V, a ,
Thursday Nov. 17, with nuts scarce at the Bradford County State *>I J a C'o"d" '
Buildina .
Market.
Farmers f
;, It probably will be the only auction of the year; considering the poor' ,
yield here. Buyers were skeptical that the nuta were filled out, crack,' ;:1 "" r' '.',
.. lug a good many nuts to make sure there was fruit inside. I >1"
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Curtis pecans, auctioned off In large bags, brought up to $1.49 per t :! "
ralicp pound, Stuarts $1.16, Success $1.03 to '.l1"Mouey, Makers 9M, and, v !
mixed nuts 55 to 75* '
:. Some 35 bags of pecans on the wharf were auctioned off In less than' '' :
an hour.-Then Gary.McClure of Pecan Nurseries In>> Orange Heights 'I' Has Big Bite:
showed up with about 35 more bags of mixed nuts. .

For the home consumer, pecans can be bought atValn'Wri/ 1t Produce I .,_-ii.

: on the farmer's market for,$1.25 per pound, from que'pound up..., } ;, .I. < V" I'I'said
says; David Wainwright: ., .1 Y f .\'t ', *',,' ."From what I've seen It's pretty strong stuff' Commissioner Bobby Biggs '
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Auctioneer Bob Allen the"market manager, worked hard \getting thebids \ ;\ ..' Monday afternoon, Nov. 21, after pouring word-for-word over a proposed
which ran at' about the same average as last year or'a little 'I I' ', ordinance declaring unsafe buildings to be public nuisances. ,
lower* ?., ., .' The committee studied the proposed building code ordinance for three
"I, A wet, cold l spring Is thought to be the reason tor the poor crop here. I "I' hours. Another ) will be called next week for further study Chairman

'\[The Georgia crop is said to have fared better: ", ." ),'r',' Biggs said. A report expected by Mayor Jimmy Crosby a\, the. Dec. 6
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...f.4&'I.n'I'&S'' ;.\. A'1" f, .."' ,.. ,.. .,". ..'...,,.'..... .. meeting of the city commission. owners of any structures t
.r The law the citY to make
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: contains definitions
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buildings within a specified time. The 13-page proposal
,,:'), .: ...,,,.,JII';. '..f# .. (/what constitutes unsafe buildings. and defines the term: ,very loosely,
"i;.: :.' ....'!I authorities much leeway: '
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'. ; k" of unsafe. The toning director, or his repreaen-
declaring a building
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YL tative, would I be empowered to enter any building at all reasonable
.z. make an inspection or to enforce any provision of the proposed ordinance,anagiving
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to call a meeting of an appointed board. to have a structure
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> property owner not acting to correct deficiencies a
./ I.. "" not less than 30 days, would be subject to a fine of up to $250 per Jelorbea liencould j
Jf; ,' I be placed against the property..The amount of the lien collected ,

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: A special board to enforce the proposed building\ code| would .alsobe
: 'established under one of two other proposed ordinances. The rta : : I "

I ', red by Zoning Director LlM. Gaines is a 9-member Code Enforcement
.j ', "' 111' ,' j '\t' '" _. quasi-court system empowered to take testimony under oath. subpoena
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under Chapter 1 6.061 to 1M.053 of
Code Enforcement Board, authorized
Scarce, as ,Hen; > Teethj.t'.. ,X : (". _?, Florida Statutes is supposed to take the'"load off the court; system by setting II ,

,Market Bob Allen hawks the pecan to 30 most cases at a lower level. I
Manager scarce crop some the citizens and not
Concerned with safeguarding the rlgh" 01 City' 't
40 bayers at first and auction In the'state. '
.or what maybe only'peean
is wJ .'. the >**- ,> I -( ,.,. anything illegal, Commlllioner Blgp, a former Starke police chief; I
cai to become more comfortable with the proposals when Attorney Brown showed
+ Below left a'prospective buyer;keeps a watchful! eye on the scales F 1M.O6I to
Is taken from Florida Statutes Chapter
him the directly
and a bag of mixed fronr'J can Nurseries Inc: from Orange<< : 'a' wording
r pecans Code of the Southern '
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f. .; :iIt the Code EnforeeQlents Boar attorney Terry Brown points out. (
/ The Building coo.Adjustment Board would be empowered to iM aka..ti loon' '
fi I tlnuous study.of lUcK building codes and recommend to the City Commission 'a '
the adoption of codes found necessary or desirable; to hear and decideappeals '

.. af alleged violations, and to authorize. \ variances from the terms of '
codes. "
II'i a building
Under the proposed building Code ordinance a hearing would be set up
when the zoning director found probable cause of unsafe conditions. Those accused -
of violations could present their cases to the Code EnforcenNmt Boardor

the Building Code Adjustment. Board, whichever is adopted by the city
commission. :" /tf
L$4 Futher appeals could be made to the Circuit Court system.

ii": "Friends, there no question.,,the (proposed. ordinance has a lot of teeth, In j '
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Authority to require clean-up of burned buildings; or a remedy to correct
unsafe or unsanitary conditions Is lacked under current city law. For Instance .
i:: after the Martin Tackle fire at the corner of Washington Street and y
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Avenue (US-901) In Starke a few years ago, the city lacked the teeth to
'Jr1; require the owner to clean up the lot. Only recourse the city bad was to ....,
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Christmas.Parade Set Dec, 10... '

Starke's annual Christmas parade sponsored by the StarkeBradfordChamber
of Commerce, Is set for 4:30 p.m. Dec; 10, a Saturday" ,' '
'The Chamber" already getting calls about floats. Anyone interested in
entering a float should phone the Chamber at 904-5278. The fairground
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buildings will be available to build floats, if needed. '

i7 The parade will start at Bradford Square at 4:30 p.m.. comedown:
Walnut Street, turn right on Madison St. for one block turn left on Thompson
St.for one block,turn left again onto Call Street,and will disband at the'old
I ... courthouse so children won't be out on the street. ;: ;
will be Christmas caroling after the parade, with
Carole
sonThe Don Hardy in charge, In the vacant lot between the .
I r i i j Strike :Effect Here..' L LII and The Telegraph.. "
: Jones Funeral Home will serve hot chocolate and coffee.

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: ; :;Loeal',Greyhoundl, )rive> .,and.Bus': ,,.,Ration,Find it Rough 'Going Food Goes' Out to Families in Area. '

-ii- -., v J i.- # '* : r tudfyou baskets of food, more than double the usual'amain$ and
Twenty-four
Taft ihout-ruirtion ;Some',13OOO, Greyhound, bua drivers, ,daily Since her husband, Edward i i'' ,could be considered a top driver the each including hen or a turkey, went out Monday to area families.
door, the resident out.
are members of the'AmalaamatedTransit runs a Starter shop next ,Starke points
like So much food came in from Southslde Elementary School students thai
; to.be arwork Workers Union (ATU>.Shanvnon Preenn can keep) the& station open a "The new drivers are not safe. How
I had collected and
of the food the Methodist Church all the food the I
driver ? part
d has these days :can the feel safe with them,
Local public
'Jacksonville '
belongs to" < 'husbanlon workftogether the station Bradford High FFA turned in will be saved to fill Christmas bankets. '
since Nov.8, local reel '11r.18: ;" "- I in. :: Shannon asks. Methodist Women and the Health Department made up the baskets and "
t. viShaaaon a'driver* for, ,The- chairman of the board ;ofGreyhound c J.- Bus drivers have a lot of respon
The itrike t'.hurts,'(hen. Green coordinated delivery of the food. Names are turned in by county health
"of' : They are responsible for the '
) sibility.
stiff la
L.ibeusd.! doesn't know what lat earns;; excess -
If who visit clients, : ,
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; t to happen. But he and his famlfextofing 'WOO.OOO, and save ,all,.supervisory "says. +t..rMrs we' can' }'. lives ,of their passengers- who the Money to buy the hens came from cash donations to the Health Dept.. and .
m. ,drivers have to console It something
a" on tea per week from personnel an .8-percenf''salary ".
.- 'Green'agrees with driver ;' ,.the church. ,
t benefits and hoping for a good crease,Shannon says. Greyhound Is a goes wrong. "I don't see why 'Wearen't Committee donating food
Shannon that Greyhound Is trying( to !"* The SSK Activities suggested as an activity j t"
worth much ,
benefit from the Shannon \Insists. that money '
r and package profitable company ,break the union. and the students responded with loads of canned goods and packages.
\ 1 executives this week.ianon The company, however.:asked its,' Some persons have applied ''Shannon says. FFA members had a faculty-student ballgame with admission being a '
90,000
ha been a Greyhound bus drivers to take a 30-percent cut In ,' i e Average salary of an experienced of food SO cents. afternoon the FFA'ers delivered four large
,,for the jobs of the 13,000.drivers. V\ z bus strike can or Tuesday ,
that'caused driver before the was .
for IK 'Since Nov 3i |salary and benefits and ,
years. ,
Shannon with 300,000 miles driven "' boxes of foods and $200. .. rl I
walking *touod; ,, the bus driven to go out on strike. around $30,000. a 10.. i
a withx-a with ? the baskets delivered number fewer than
Us, ) .Usually
.of experience ,
I '1s1drInC.Iew.dr :.and it yean :: The new drivers are mostly! former
.t i from if p.m;;to 2 a.m. at! Meanwhile;, Greyhound week for a

\: !{ s and Draining: ,thenv: .''seltlhets erase he hoping can get this"back on the! i' ;i truck'Greyhound drivers driven and who some want former to go Country;,Dinner Hit :the Spot.., ; j

> g*til. Bus Sere. ,Um1teed.., ,roa" L: jvy"Greyhound j,' back to work for the biggest bus com- ,. Woman'}Club proved there II still good money In corn situr-
wan ,to 4 buses: at is a"good company-Wo'don't ;.\lpany.. ; ,\ .j 'day night, netting some$350 from an evening of cake-walking\ ., hog calling I
4 go Only two Greyhound stop :
Iv ; '\ t to it down the tub**. ShaF his C
Sreyhound, If .., w see go i"- Meanwhile; and fellow' and homespun music,topped off with a supper of sweet'taters, sausage
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Is'Yp with a dec attaaslarya, nd' 'u>eStalUMltaUonnow.J'Station Marie Greene JIlt IlDil8.rwn,. 'all.go"with' 'It:"/ ahhiea; ,i drivers want to go back to work. They blackeyed. peas, and mustard greens i
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ttnadcage,. Manager bus, 'going1 t",,'1.!l feel this may pass "'..but If It doesn'twe'll ,Ir Music ranged from the "sweet Innocence" "School Days" to the rural e (
One throufh
driver with tlo ears experience- south;;to Gainesville passe at 2:06: p.m. fc'- ';Y '/' have to live witb.uV'\ '.The'drivers' ,raucousness of the "The Old Sow' Song,'? with the audience Joining la the I
"-Shannon ,Greyhound Is' drlwtw 1' are sticking together; : ,chorus of barnyard sounds- ,
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,: alit Oar), wHh us, 'Another going north Jacksonville putting new '
'-1-'to retire and,wanting to 'stone at the Starke station at T30; p.m.!, on now, and say it can train them. in ,;. But Shannon says, he'll start look "Bradford County has.'.a 'lot .of ta1e lt'"eommented Earl Kraft, a 1\1'f
*sr i' several weeks.When Shannon went to .,, 'I Ing for something soon if the strike newcomer to the Lswtey-area. seeking refuge from the hurly-burly of
nd eweeutlves are trying to 'Mrs:' G'eeD' keeps the three bus ,work for Greyhound, he was toM{ ,tt doesn't get him back'to work" ,withGreyhouncL .South Florida, and obviously enjoying the corn-pone atmosphere. "

pre ti; Shannon declares. station open from 1.p.m. to 7:30, .p.m ,would.be three or four years !ta.,'... '. :-.Homemade cakes were sold in, cake walks, others auctioned off by i
.. be0I'R .." -- master'of' ceremonies Jim Lawson. some bringing over $30 each In the
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-.:..... 'Beal. "ih a ... The Women's Club dWn't count en the countryfied\ affair befog financial
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.:;.. f on, :rop... ") .. <' \ 'Ma success,,bttt arranged anyway, because getting members of the centmonity -
I ,, ,," .. A ,Melrose,farmer hat been Ar,.+.hW circus xpr j ra-.P' .'Chorees'pending Tn the' ) th'a' ,,'. tofth WM Just as important.Guests wonder if the club will do it
hne!rtnyq ':gI''i' W.w r River 'Inroot, The. trial' again nan yettr.) ] ". ;;,

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by Kelli Carver sion W.Selma is a Senior at KUH&And'
will be representing Bradford;'Co Io'
Thought for the week.... umbia, Suwannee. and Taylor High
Even the cloud of life con reflect God School in statewide competition In the
light. spring. Her election wasr based'OQ
both her beauty and her work* In Key.
Media Week... Club.
,. Selina b secretary of the club and a
Last week: Nov. 119, was'proclaimed
Club International
by dovenor Bob Graham as member of Key ,
school service
Florida School Library Media Week. the largest high
organization In the world with 106,000 I
The library has displays recognizing
clubs' throughout
this and invite the students to see members In 3,700 Caribbean.'
and the
and use the service the library North America
many '
has to offer.Campus Key Club' ideals and objectives;service
to home, school and the community -

q. Capers... are similar to those of ,its;
a a Kiwanis International.
sponsor
Valerie Randolphwhat Is your excuse -
to gossip this time the bathroom Tornado Towels... > '
pass,Is beginning to get worn out!I 11llighQ i
The Junior class will be selling Tornado -
: Teams Wins.. Towels next week. '
The towels will have a 4BT and*
Earning Its third and fourth wins in' tornado on them. 'They will make
ifrW tour matches, the Tornado varsity great Christmas gifts and will be sell".
High-Q team has the following scores' ing for$211!I Watch,for details..
for. their four undefeated matches:
Nov. 1, 231-133 against Macctenny; Tupperware Anyone?' .
Nov. 3. H1M7 against Lake Butler; Business 1
Nov. 8, 109-80) against West Nassau;, The FBLA (Future
Nov. 10. 185-48 against Hilliard. Leaders of America) Is now :selling
r/ This week theTornado Higb-Q'ers tupperware. If you are Interested and
will compete at (also undefeated 4a)) would like to< order'' some contact .;
Interlachen.The match will begin at 4 members of the club or go by Mrs
jjr 1'M p.m. and with the winner garnering Register's room in the Business'
ry li liI district;honors.' department (no.1302)). i
The J.V. High-Q team is, also '
Stickers and Crests..
undefeated Both teams welcome support s
AM : from students. Good Luckl I The Science Club Is selling Tornado
Stickers for 25 cents and Tornado >
Key Student... Crests for $3.50. They are great for ,

Flag Corps Adds Color, Motion, and Beauty to BUS Band... The Key Club recently elected books and the crests can be worn' on :
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sweaters I
Selma Camels Sweetheart for Divi or Jackets r;
Members(l-ri of the 1883-84 Bradford High Flag Corp of the marching band Lisa Green 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Green of Starke. ,
are
KneeltoglValerie Starke.Annie Loper. 12 captain daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. George Loper of "

Randolph 11, daughter of Mn. Willie Mae Randolph of Lawtey. Charlotte 11,
Douglas daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Douglas of New
Cheryl Furrow 12, co-captain daughter of Mr. and Mn. Don Furrow of River.
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Starke.
The Flag Corps earned straight at the Florida
Karen Davis 12.daughter of Mi. Bonnie Davit of Brooker and Carl Davis Contest at UF recently. Last week the superiors Bandmaster' t I Y
of Lake Corps was second In Divisor 2A com-
City. petition with Jax Forest Sandalwood, Palatka and
Clay High.The BUS band
Kathy Tyson 10 daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Alphonso Tyson of Starke. was second In ZA competition the majorettes were first aad percussion sec .- 4i ?. ,
Foster, ,
11 of
Cheryl daughter Mn. Ella ?
of Starke.
Cooney
lion (drums) '
third and the
were dram major 5th. v ,>w .
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Standing: BHS had a total score including marching of 77.35. placing the Tornado ?
Lisa Rb:. s. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rlx of Sampson Lake. band eighth among the 12 units present. Bandmaster Mike Woodfen says the J NOVEMaER 13-DICIM ft I .,
Libby Davis 10. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shedrlck Davis of Lawtey. marching was tough contest for the young BitS band member who will Im- S ,. BOOK PAIR I -,',>./v""r; ; :
Heather O'Steen, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. with .
0'8teen.I"Starke., prove experience., ""'hi''''' ELnr.Mwry'Rlbi.ry" .,
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I Pat is New PROGRAM/'IMPLIPVIIIO! CMtanwAs''"*' .
Chairman
Spengler of School Board ,AOrkvhuo Center 7 P.M..' ,
JM4 N.T.mpl.AVMMM.

-Mrs. Patricia Spengler Is-the new Agreed to agenda board member for a district advisory committee, Turned over to staff for evaluation ., Pvbltt to.Wvkwnw" ,
chairman of the Bradford District Rodney Hall's suggestion to employ a bids on a food cooler and walk-in T I
School Board after S-mlnute reorgan- fulltime labor relations person In- 'Was told of a bus change at freezer at BMS and on gas and diesel
zation Tuesday morning Nov. 22. stead of just hiring an outside firm, Brooker Elementary which will allow fuel bids.
Outgoing chairman Rodney Hall such as Forbes Labor Relations to 37 Graham and New River students to
was. elected the new vice-chairman. handle bargaining with teachers. stay at school 30 minutes longer, until ,
Board meetings will be the same the final period is over. The students I
the third Mondav!+at 7 p. ," m ja ft1t flIe..ml Q .!!

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HaD said be can relax:now and take a 8 r
side of an issue.
The audience applauded the .
outgoIng ; '
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chairman in his swan song. .' '

;:. UBLIC. NOTICE/A I ?,
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In action Monday night Nov.21,the ",I, : "h, ", ': I
school board: iJ '
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HARDWARE STORE? e \ T."''<'.11'. ', '' .:' ; ;"r"? : ?

Told a group of residents opposing The, City ofjStorfcel i Florida is c considering' applying to the Florida" 'Department -, .
the truck driving Brownlee
range on
Road that sites are still being It takes a lot of work to DC .of Community Affairs for a Small Cities Community: Development!
and that decision has
studies been made. Chairman no Hall said yet the Block Grantof'up! tp'"t; :! 'oSO,OOO. 'These.funds must be used .for?onen, of the

board delegation will in keep mind.the feelings of the build a full service hard- I following, purposes. ". ",T ;:
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01;teat rooms at the BHS football Well Folks 0 "I" .
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stadium and got a quick promise '
from Principal Jim Duncan to have rsc1C '.:' ''',' : .' *).'
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the facilities Improved and In working We have completed'the' I : "". ,* "v'X ';' '
order next season. Duncan said he 2.to aid,in the 'pre'ventlon'or elimination of slums or blight/orf| ,'' .

will station a matron In the. rest roomsto building i installed the ',"' It I\ ',; ;
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shelves' and are 'i in the 3, to meet.other community development' needs haviriga, particular! r

-Was told by Board Member'J.R. process urgency .because.existjng' conditions, pose a s rj9\ys and)(mmediate': '
(Jim) Lawson the state Department :
of Transportation Is being asked to of. stocking the hundreds threat to the health or welfare of the communityw reot\re"r, \ financial ,

Southside build a cross Ele. for walk students on SR-100 crossing at 3CZ3iDt of items that will, be a | j I resources are not available' tq meet such': ,needs: !'Fie J:: applicantand
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from the Orangewood Apartments. must
Supt. Tom Casey said the school the Florida Departmenf'of Community:; Affairs : certify and

that system built will by build the a DOT.sidewalk Lawson to meet said True Value to the residents the ,UjJL Department of.NoMslpg{ and Ufbon'pe.ve'op' 'l1t must concur -' ;

the problem belongs more to the state ia of that such conditions exist
Bradford .
than the City of Starke. : Union and Clay 0 ,

counties. Watch for our t "
Discussed: having a pool of certified
teachers to be substitutes for ;These .funds will i !. be used for, a housing rehabilitation.project! for'fiscal{
OPENING SOON
absent Becker teachers.a teacher Board and member BEA President Judy 'year, 1 1983, Taddress'the; '' needs of the project arepptheprogram.will, ; ,

adequate Julie Miller for long said substitutes term absences! are'not F.M..,Settles consist of three .actiyitfes( ;';regular rehabilitation conducted aslf t is'!af the,';j

of Supt.the regular Casey teacher.said the system Is Owner present ..fime, :ancl: : l''twov'j7ew 'activities/; 'demolition, and ,reocatjon| ) { and'} ,

following board policy of getting a iDdPC rental Assistance: the project! area will cosistof:! Crosby.tr'eeti.'the! '

substitute 10 days teacher or over.when Knowing the absenceis an P.S. You're going to like the 1 south: : side :of .FIof; .Oak 'Street, pine/'jStreef/' ? !;"l
absence will be extended a principal '
can hire a certified substitute from! ,KeUer Street, Old,Lawtey..Rqadr.and: Brownlee'Street! ,; "" 1" ,: :.
the start Casey said If he can find Friendly Folks and great

one.The -discu alon'ended''only hold'when prices at your new 'More' specific, details, ..regarding eligible activities! l :program' : .;re-'e. !
offered to
Supt. Casey a
workshop on the substitute problem. quirements a' pro(feet t'area,map,.and 1 1 the,rating,sysjlerriwillfe! :, '..proylde l': \ r,7'

at ,o; public} :.hearing' ;' which, will.' ,be helc(wati! !,! he,, City!t ,:t.tfq.'j:: ; ,:awj, f ftKJhompsoriStreet ;,
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>SUrke:...Nursing. i orne" Is going \ .t
through a with the atJdt ,
{Jog of more than ion dollars In. t ,
buildings and equipment. '
The 2o(0.quare foot addition will
facilitate another 71 beds. Also to be'
In the new building\ with be a new din. I
lag rooms kitchen, offices and a lawi-

dr lan+.*+ have e, .iso been made 'to'' Iiyp .r
renovate the exsisting structure to M a 'T"h \
meet Present :state and federal required Y
standards for new ,
It .is expected to take 10 monk to
complete eonatrucuon'and renova- : 1 + ;iy '
tlons. Last week footers were poured a r I I I.s Ir
for,the addition! making the goal for
completion August 1884, to
Nursing Home Director Pat Scan. Foil
Fundsfor for In the JUST
m of .$3.51BlaWlonondoll r bond
issue Initiated by the Bradford Coun WOMEN.
Commission:' The commission is
used aa a conduit for the bond issue
and has" no' responsibility! for the
fund '
Underwriter1!, engineering, arcUjtoetaial sly !!
,',and t' :other, fees cost over'1

With the addition( ;the nursing home
will be able to Increase Its work force .s.sBuis
from 43. at the present to >>till; ,
employees. That would mean an increase
of about SO full time workers. )""' MNaN ewser eaowll
Also In the plans to a new physical' 'A V1W Hoch CO"0"
therapy facility which Is badly need
ed by the nursing. home according to Student Government Representatives... .' Teresa Richardson, Greg Wiggins, Michelle Klmutls, and Rhonda Sapp.
ScanUn. ,Members of the 1983-M Student Council at Bradford High School are (..-..)I .. Standing. In rears Instructor Ronney Harris. Richie O'Steeo. Mona ,
4 KaeellHg: Michele SUrwell. Lenore Wetly, and Janet Grtnis. **: Maslowiki. Maria Thomas. KelU Baldwin. Phillip. Crews Karen Klmutls.
Second row, standing? Tammy Lynn, Brenda Bawek. Jackie NlDyen, 1 Steve Marshall, and Michelle Brown. <
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election will decide.the chief. ,of quest the assistant state' attorney stationed In Bradford County to i entry into a home would have to be with the owner's rmlllllioo. exclusively for women ,
police and one council position. owner of the lot but the state attorney refused. ui U a homeowner adamantly refused to allow the building code official Into recipes to exercise .j"j"From .
Two races are set In the elctlon with Discussion has gone on at various times for several yean about a building I(,,, his home to make an Inspection a search warrant would have to.be issued by ,to Interviews you won't see '
newcomer 'Carl'E..(Buddy) tiriffls code for unsafe and/or unsanitary buildings, but the council has been reluc-T a judge attorney Brown said, agreeing with Chairman Biggs. anywhere else-It's fast-paced I
challenging veteran Pollee, Chief tant to adopt measures to control the problem. Finally, Mayor Jimmy Crosby:1.: entertainment Information; f
H.M. Jordannd former councilman suggested that attorney Brown be authorized to draw up the necessary enforcIng -'-. Biggs pointed out time and time again the proposed laws will lessen In- and fun.
Spud Massey going against incumbent -. ordinances,for.the council to study and decide whether. 'It wants to adopt dividual freedom. He said a homeowner of meager means very possibly! could j
councilman Marvin Roster. ,the ordinances. _' t. L \ live In a house with a defect considered unsafe. Perhaps such a man might HearStI B 1
Both Grlffto and Massey q a1lft ed, There .to some sentiment for and some opposition to the ordinances on the. prefer to live with the unsafe situation until he saved the 1,000 to do a repair
Oct. 2i:the last day fo rqtra1ilJordan's'oppositicn I '. ob. Under the proposed code, such a person could be forced to repair. his Show !
his first after, Meeting to study the proposed unsafe building code Commissioner! ;s)!,, home before he had a chance to save $1,000., The Expofteneo \
four years,'was a'surprise:'Jordan Biggs, the chairman! Zoning Director L.M.Gaines, Community Grant Coordinator \ Biggs clearly doesn't like the idea, ,of entry into a person's home without the
last beat David Huber, a policeman Jerry Wadsworth, and Terry Brown. homeowner's permission. ,
working under the CETA program,by Committee Chairman Biggs stuck his guns during the study session Attorney Brown countered that Individual freedom might be lessened but ,' ,
,13 vote in the last outing. declaring the U.S..,Constitution prohibits entry into a home unless a search'warrant t for the good of the entire citizenry. The committee must attempt to strike a : li'
.Spud Massey baa never run against to first secured. Attorney Brown said that .to correct, but said the balance between personal freedom and welfare of the town, Brown said. V =.D I ,
Councilman Rosier, but his brother Code Enforcement Board would empower entrance[aloe person's home upon The committee will meet again the first of next week for more study and to
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; public'' hearings to! ,address the,' Git 's participation! In the Florida will!. hold the second of two public,hearingsto!;;' :address the?

| )Small 'Cities Community?, Development. Block Grant: (CDBG) Program., County's participation In' ;the Florida Small Cities Community Development -

|:|rhlssecondpublichearing( ; wiltbehetdorT'Monday; Decernber'S,1983) ,Block Grant (CDBG,) Program., This second public' hearing will bej

:I/at; :7:30vp.m. .in ,t the' Ciy'COi! clJ; MeetingRoom' located ,in' the." City 'of held on Wednesday, November 30, 1983 at 7:00 p.,m, Ja t.ha.Counry

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|.| is'the" intent: of the,City, of, Lbwtey"to:"sObjntOo'the' .Florida Departmenthof t ,:'It is the intent of Bradford County to submit to.the Florida Department of;

Com_ ,mtJ"ltV.+ 'Affairt'DCA"a'( ): ''Fiscal'Year t; 1 1S 83 florjcla' Small Cities,' r Community Affairs (DCA) a Fiscal Year 1983 Florida, ;Small Cities'' 'CDBG

+..,fVjCDBG' Program, applicatjpn'.fb'ir funding; consideration!, ,$ The purpose, of program application! for funding consideration.: 'The purpose' of'this seT
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''"thls.,sec l1'd. public'hearfngb-to; obtatri. citizen views on. :: the\ proposed cond' public hearing is to obtain citizen, "Views pn theproposedproject i; j

prCle>application pribrJo: : ,Its',subrifijsslbn'tb' DCA* I \"Vf:: :''I. "" submission to DCA. !
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';;tthei City's CDBG project: is, a'1! rghborh. od' arid commercial: l r.fiv.italiza. I The County's :CDBG project is a neighborhood and commercial r

ff'f'tl lon project ,wIth| a publIc''. facility emphasis., The. City. will undertake revitalization. project' with a public facility emphasis. The County, will I

:' ubliafac1lify! .'Improvement* ;Jothe; Fiscal( 'Y \\983 'pr fect areQ"wHlcht, 1 ,undertake, publJ facility\ improvements the:,Fiscal Year 1983 project + I: E

Iris; I locaY fed in ,the southeastern section'.bf' the' City. The' 'project, area, which is located just south of the City limits of, Starke.'The'prorect' t ; i

piwhlchT i :Is apprpxlmately. ,90 acres; i"s igenorally! bounded on'the, north by, area. is generally bounded, the ,north by Chandler' ') 'on, the .I-1

If.{' AXrddJeburb I :.J Road>:Pn:, the.ieqst b? i; th'Stret f;,,? '!he;'SbutrT by"Sr? 225 and :east<;area by State Road 100A, on the south by S.E.. 1,4th Avenue,, and; on )the "s

.Birbwn.Lane, md'oq the,w est.'by'lsf Street:,.PubMc faciliy'Tmprbvements'| ; west by S.E. 9th Street.. 'Public facility improvements. include street pav-

f WHU""nc l ude'street( f iivtritt; ..nstalJCIfI: ", f.storm'sewerssat)itary'sewers big, installation of water, sewer and drainage ,improvements: and land r f ,

,1f, tormwater :drainage' ditch: 'imiroveirients( ; (:arid ly'aff# '.t' pr )Veme.nts,1 1 acquisition,. The.total project! cost is estimated at'750,000.t .f

'';'arld land, .acquisition.l .,;The: \ protect cost is.estimated' ,ot .S 9,9Q.O: t ,

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rf; jtlen'7eyfew:; at,the CityrpflavytexCi; t. |1.ieH| (;:'pMiejQ) )isnay:,submit 'any I ;"thbuse. Citizens may 'submit any;'comments, or views ,they: may have
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}sitofnments'or.views: : r i they( may' have!.conternitng'theJproposed{: ; protect l ':'Jrij't : Concerning: the proposed J project)in! writing p Mr, .,AA..GolnjfcatlM: \
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The antique cars 'that Is. Not quite as old ,
as those that .male the first Endurance Followed g I ) 7a,5

'Run through Starke In November 1909 but : ;
still old enough (most of them dating backto In 1909
the (920s and '30s to draw crowds downto
the old courthouse this Friday morning

The cars, their drivers and passengers car for the 543-mile round-trip, left from
..-t> will be stopping here around 8:30 am Tampa two' hours'ahead of the. 17 other
the day after Thanksgiving during the participating cars. This: lead car had

annual.. re-enactment of the first En-, already made a path-finding trip to map
durance Run from Tampa to' out the beat route over the sometimes sandy tllt
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Jacksonville 74
Jacksonville.
years ago.
The public is invited n cted Tampa The leadca. A
come to the parking lot left ahead of the others 10 It could blazer
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just east Of the old court- trees and drop markers along the route to' __;
the main motorcade. ? '
house and share coffee guide' na MI
ana doughnuts with the,visiting antiquecar The route selected was the so-called
buffs Tampa to Jacksonville shortcut which

The original' Endurance Run was a promotional passed directly through Starke much as !I'' I I hI'
U.S. 301 does It therefore red- l
today. was a
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effort dreamed up by a Tampa
newspaper to Impress state legislators and letter day when the cars arrived here two '
days later after an overnight stop in,
officials in Tallahassee with the need for.
Gainesville.Old photographs show that the
better roads in Florida
group stopped briefly on South Thompson
In the hours before daybreak on St and proceeded up Walnut Street where,
November 21, 1909. the big E.M.F.-30, that student from the Starke school. then M )
was to serve as the lead or inding" located where the Woman's Club Is today -' I*+ 'k


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EtI1TOR1ALS: .a the First Endurance Run In 190S Is pictured here with Its markers along the route to guide the others. The cars reached
driver and three passengers as they began the historic trip Starke en the day after Thanksgiving, 109. They made a' :1 'I

from Tampa to Jacksonville and back over roads that were run up Walnut'Street;where"school children. ... were turned"out, '
mostly land and clay. for the event. i i.J. :

were turned out of class to see the wonder- to the woods turned completely around: .from the elements.

Remember Thanksgiving 1932? fail. "horseless'": carriages. ,and again came aa If back nothing on had the road happened./, speeding off Thomas'M. 'Jevcak, the originator and, ,

coordinator of the reenactment tours,
Only one out of the 18 cars that left Tam- So bad were road conditions" those says,-,'"Otir antique car club is trying to.
Just to get in the mood for Thanksgiving dilapidated truck, trying to collect food pa failed to complete the run in spite of days that their family doctors advised the ,duplicate the same events that took place .,
no doubt we were shown a two-hour and clothing but without success numerous mishaps along the way. On the riders and passengers not to shave on this on the 1909 tour, Including, authentic ,
movie' on TV Sunday night about the because no family had enough to spare. first day one driver ran his Ford runabout trip because "...it's bad business what costumes tour route rules and awards of '
into a ditch but four sturdy men picked it with the dust and all, and Is likely to cause- I the original tour. We appreciate the warm, ':
horrors of nuclear war The title was Headlines proclaimed, "Public up bodily and placed it back on the road infection of the skin that Is already raw (welcome we have received In Starke the: .;..
"The Day After but if things are as Schools in Serious Plight" Teacherswere with no harm done. A "little Buick" also with sunburn and wind.1 Class wind:. past several years and hope we will meet
bad as the movie projects there may getting cuts in their already performed a remarkable feat.Bumping ins shields weren't considered safe to that*' "many new and old friends when we arrive ,

not be any "day after" the first (and penurious salaries and it.was doubtful to cow standing on the road,it shot oil in- days so. there was little, if any" protection:' In.your, city this Friday morning." *'? ."
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last) nuclear war. that would for another .'" :
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tempted to "For what we are aboutto t. ., ,, ;,.1'. .. )"' },
say, Tax sale certificates were outstanding ." '", .'I",. !{
receive new. 'peacekeeping'missiles on one-fourth of the land in Brad- .1! ,'. "," :;:1, ,' 1 : .. .' .\ !:I t

in Europe new levels of pollution ford County In desperation because so ..; Opinion .and, :Commentary ..,*; ., ....< 'lj;.,
in acid rain and astronomical
citizens would lose their I
property \\-.M
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soaring $200
budget I '
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for non-payment of taxes the County ; 1. 7:: :

( more) annually -let us give thanks. Commission voted a 50 percent'rcduc- TV'( Viewers Forced,to Choose' between' : :
To borrow a'phrase from columnist tion in values but rescinded its action at 'DaY1A.ft; and JFK, \fBy

James Res ton: 'For we are NOT the next meeting after the State Comp I'

likely to receive -.,a little peace and troller warned that such action would an unfortunate conflict scheduling evacuate them Into the country when' the" remember the original showing.twenty-
quiet..the control (or reduction) of invalidate the assessment roll. two informative and significant televiaion.prograDll ,bombs !l'8Y.alrea. .falling." years ago-the horsedrawn' caisson carryIng -
nuclear weapons..the wise use of theearth.s were scheduled Sunday night at, President Reagan promised the nation the flag-draped casket.the blackriderless 'a4;
Bradford County's Unemployment the same hour by opposing networks. stepped-up Civil Defense program during horse..the military precision of...
bounty, and a hopeful future for Relief Committee was 'in Tallahassee: When viewers{!, ar..bjected- after the campaign of 1980. but just the reverse the 21-gun 8alute-the lighting of the eter-
our.childrgn ;- let tug pray' and blame, _seeking funds for a work project to open fciAUlgaJtoxttCrafe.frttittt&Urke r night to so much-. ,boring l .trash--;it,.fs'a. i 0"\" has occurred. Even the littlo Civil defense u 1"I\8( IIame.;, ;, ; .:
*else! fohti ngt eng.wal,?le.tf& to Bow UJ%+"''O.tIIa. iJave.W q' .,' .' A r"" "" ;:';' "W:' T! J :'.u\ thei it:,;..fieSYibe/ ,' ...: :.J.T.
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to Mr. Reston's words: "It is the sons here in need of work relief.This 'r' Amerlcartsboth, .timotually. ova uy'.an .1" IJec- v,- ; ''''! V..Ilf&.iiIiH'; .
n u, the stark black and white. of the 1
tragedy of our age that half the human was just the beginning. Things. .: ;li!qe Kennedy'sassassination funeral scenes. :{.
race Is going to bed hungry every night,. The most'mind-searing of the two was :,
in 1933.
got worse atid' '
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while the nations are spending more "The Day After'Twhich- gave the public its evening film was Interesting !*,
In its Thanksgiving editorial.The' first opportunity.:' view with a high well-acted in spite of TV's usual attempt ;
than $800 billion annually on militaryarms. : degree of realism; Incredible effects of Twenty years later ,mass appeal by dragging in a few at'l/
But even so, it is also true that the Telegraph said: nuclear war. 11'f? ." 4A cldents which added nothing to the stu.

condition of life is better now for most "This more' than ever before, The! other (Uirtwas'a reasonably factual. line and showed little consideration of /j '.
people than ever before and there is we find it difficult to offer thanks for reconstruction, with some exaggerationand ,privacy of the Kennedy family v i'A;"

still more freedom in the world and blessings that in our shortsightedness occasional: distortion of the life the efforts and'funds thai were available In"the' Although the actor portraying Kennedy-,7'I>
failed times and the death of President John F. no doubt did his beet/he could l not adequately -..'
more communication of ideas than in we have to see or, in our present pre-Reagan years have now evaporated.
Kennedy.. Where'.i'The Day After" was reflect the charisma the wit the, ; ,$
generation-not much bet- state of unrest are unwilling to Bradford has been without even ;
any previous horrifying and depressing the Kennedy the Count Civil Defense charm, the warmth and the gradousnewv< ;.
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ter, but some. ,acknowledge. film was no less traumatic, bringing back for several and homeowners program In the that was the trademark of John Kennedy. .J'
)years .
We have only to look back five Thanksgiving Day was first observedby the tragic events:of twenty years ago that South do not have the advantage of cellars. .Reliving this his hopes .and..id.reama- throujjsf bow'i f ,'
film we cannot but wonder
had been dimmed the of help /
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decades, to the Great Depression yearsof the Pilgrim Fathers in 1821. Their I decades. .. passage two under their homes In. which to shield the bourse' of events over the past SO '
1932-33 to realize that things couldat ,- first summer, following the landing at ; themselves. from nuclear fallout. might have been altered if he bad Uv dYeanl.'\
least on the home front be worse Plymouth Rock had yielded but scanty While the merits and demerits of "TheDay Mr Cohen believes that if the Us. .had the ability to inspire devotion and ad-,,,
After" "
are being endlessly debated, government had protected Lawrence (the nitration In his youthful followers and ''
1:.than,they are now. harvest, and unless speedy supplies, one of the most significant factors and the town destroyed on the TV program) and have been able to prevent,some of their mays: .!

In the spring of 1932 the hungry people came from Europe the colonist one that holds Jout the most hope for the rest'Of' the',U.s, ,with 1811 adequate ,frustrations and failures;' >
foresaw they would be reduced to the mankind In this nuclear age is that the defense against nuclear attack "The .
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of Bradford County, still not realizing Tim'WA:Ferguson,'cori< m "
movie ?
showed u4 family that survived '
a After". have been and -
point of starvation could prevented the ting on the JFK film, "As the screen''
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the depths to which their misery the holocaust: i when It took cover in Its movie never made.lie expresses gratitudeto
would sink had just received their first Yet amid such circumstances as cellar,. provided with sufficient food and ABC for an "Invaluable public service" ,goes(Kennedy black) dream'we are never left to came lament to pasl.that The the'11,*

carload of "relief" flour from the these we are told that Governor Brad water. 'which has given Americans the opportunity ,tendency will be to blame this on a hate- f
American Red Cross. The public notice ford the harvest having been gathered Sam Cohen, a physicist credited with in- to think soberly about how,to achieve 'driven bullet and In this sense John Kenni

said "All citizens' white and colored," "...sent four men out on fowling so that, vention of the neutron'bomb writing in their.ri.uryival" ,their liberty,. ,and their ,nedy'8 death holds its other significance;'
heads of families who find themselves, we might after a more special The Vail Street Journal, thinks this incident .poll e .a liberating one for: those who shared his,,
manner contains the-'message that America 'mantla. For in his wake has the lie
Revisited only ,:;
by lack of employment, failure of crops, rejoice together after we had gathered' should be protected from nuclear attack KetinedyErra: ; been given to assumptions that Soviet-<:
or, other unavoidable circumstances, the fruit of our labor" through Civil Defense and defense, against The' same Sunday that brought :TW style communists share our basic goals of.'
unable to provide bread for their enemy missiles. ,. viewers "The Day After'1! also brought six world peace and security and thus can be
but ""Surely, The Telegraph said then'. ( hours devoted to John F. Kennedy on the bargained with In a normal manner." ,
should "Wh
need
families, not hesitate and we repeat now uu these brave people t is required is a system of simple, 20th anniversary of his assassination:.The '
in distribution and underground neighborhood shelters to In spite*of the controversy these films. +
share the pro
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in : three hours of ac-I>
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face starvation 'and morning t
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surer program
tect the population from fallout and blast," show when '
what do
television can It sets
consumption of this flour,to the end that tual 'film covering the Kennedy,funeral its'jmind
rounded side by. dark '
on every im* Mr. Cohen writes'/JTliis Is the cheapest to something besides soap operas> ,
the distress now so prevalent "may be penetrable forests could halt in their and most realisUr, 'way': to' protect the rites revived and brief that biographical were already material.deeply It: ,We only hope that if ever again It has two .
scenes
alleviated as much as possible. work and offer' thanks for being alive. 'American people rather than trying toI'etched, Jn the, ,minds 'of those i who; films of such universal Interest, they will- ,
we, as we sit by a warm hearth in the ; ,be scheduled at different hour" ifft"uuw {,- ,riitf

War veteran Bonus Marchers had just security of our homes should forget the I ..
been driven from Washington by orderof small sacrifices we be making and Count k,4"_, by Bobb'Ta'lor' ,
may ,
President Hoover and two Bonus join in the perpetuation of''a glorious : :? ._ *Bradford Canty Agent; 1

Marchers were canvassing Starke in a tradition." nssHsr r \ y : .,. .
Fruit growing }d Interesting t and' rig must be planted with another variety. :'
rewarding hobby"'which ''provides fresh There,.are several, varieties''of' the grow.:well, 'i,' ost' 'soil i ) 1
fruit at the peak of m maturity.Also fruit .MuseadiM type" : ScuIIPamona.. Hunt III,.' .Varieties are Baldwin: Ltood'and' Pin 1
plants can be attrs tve additions to many '!gins Dulcet and ThII6i need a poUinaw ,pie. Baldwin and Hood will produce in
Forestry in ,.Bradford 'Countyby landscape situations ',' I .. ,like ,Scuthland,; ,Bountiful. ,. Chief:.or, ;by,themselves but the Pineapple varUj
I Since are v.Y- the ideal time wa :;'. .' _. ... .. must have'the',Baldwin or Hood as', s
we apciing The
pollinator. Pineapple
David Norton,County Forester ,of year to transpl L trees and slu'ub.. I Plan t hard cooking! pear) produces the belt .

L hope you have p '.' to start or,expand ,)N9W.t4: >,'sl$creaaeDeoryard ."tun fsesbJ ea in our aareaq (,;
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During 1961 forestry ana wood productsbrought 'hardwood oversiory. Areas of hardwoodhammock your dooryard fru. ntinge. ,. '> \ ...
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an estimated income value of$3.5 adjacent to a water source There are onagy'' ; of fruit" winch can" :Fruk:PlantingPECANS .' ;,,;PLUMS Bro w well In an well; V ,(
million to Bradford This was bas- mature pine?! or a recent clearcut are ideal be ,. 1 Ore Methiy\ ,.... .8
Count 981 grown suco |fly In'our area 1 ;, Methiy mutt; be .-
ed on a harvest ,Just recently Talking surroundings for wild turkeys. With a few However,selectio. and planted as
released by the Division of Forestry. If acres and a couple of techniques you may e ; ",,0' '!/I. ,pollinator for Excelsior and Early
varieties is critic > alJl8Cles : t- ',
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you add the resale: value to $3,5 million in be able to attract turkeys on your property Plants which localJJy'fatl jpE have weildrahietNand
harvested Umber then $11.3 million Is the Turkey ,during the fall season. conditions will are g, '. produce: drained.soil,: Vajjs....,'we'Desirable" ?. .> ..,*f. 'shoMkJjbe Ae.7S'muat, graltod on/OttwiWa/ '' ,,

value of wood products. derived from Brad- Areas or patches 'of f large oak air other regardless of how i care and attention.. Stuart Curtis' : mKfWfct. ,, : Nemauuard' root stock"VarletfiTfo* tl.
ford County. hardwood trees should be preserved.Plant they receive ,' > APPt' B'grow i : 't": firfk .ana':indudeBarlgoldMtgral4: : \' .

But: It's Thanksgiving, so let's talk .bahla or rye grau adjacent to these areas BLUEBERRIE 'OKtremely, VarictiM are.. bas in= ,'and .Gold.and.. _Suwanne. .. *,. k:.;.! '
"Turkey".Are you looking to have turkeyon 01 trees. Chufas (a nutr...) Dlanted 10 acid IOU to uc .. Land has ,Eln Snetner.c should be L ''''''\ ..
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your table? If you own fen acres, you May will mature for a laU feeding area., 'been wW r which, poor planted M a poUinatoi-for, ;Anna f. ; .I jWe. nave'fact sheets L that'discuss"_
maybe: interested In attracting wild I 1 Plantings of chufas grass *h uM be scattered 'fruit. Varieties K WwSud? and PERSIMMONS grow well Inmost 'well, and growth of most of these frutta. CaJftfe'
turkeys on your property.With little effort throughout the praaattar in four or Bluegem grow t our araju Two different drained soils.: Plant. .Fugugattl. orTanenashi i'tome by your County Agent'office tfffi'
you can make your land more hospitable five, % acre blocks or Msl Pine timber varieties : planted for varieties. ,have any questions 1
forturkeySr either natural or planted should be burned be > .. ,.' .tt,
i against the wind, on a three to five yearrotation. \pollination. ; ------ ,-_ -- ___ ".__nn .;r.""1
Turkeys generally stay where water Is < Try some of these Maas on your FIGS grow well, I tty soil and require
close by.They also I prefer to range through farm and next year bag a wild t\U'lteylOl', very little mat once and care.
open grassy areas with a mature pine or 'Thanksgiving.\ Varieties are Bro y and CeiosUse

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,.' J The Junior |I Woman's Club made Juniors," a poem depicting how ten All members were presented raffle 3,. *
plans for two .fund raising events In. Juniors can break or make a club. tickets to sell at a *1 donation'lordrawing .- I{
December at its Nov. 14 meeting. Nineteen new members were Installed to be held on .Dec'lo.The: i \
j jII& President Shan Johns presided. (five of those were not present winner receives a choice of Eat cash.:
Guests attend! ng were Betty Young, ). They are as follows: Sandra or a 10-speed bike. Also, there will bea
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president of the Starke Woman s Crawford, Cindy DeValerio, Debbie rummage sals on Dec.f 10 at the
Club; Sheila F.owe, District Director Flynn Kathy Gaines, Vicki Gaines, Woman's Club beginning at 1 p.m. J. ;
and Lynn ILongworth, District Cheryl' Godwin, Cathy Harris, Kathy there was a }
L Secretary, both of Palatka; and Sara Hobbs, Teresa Hobbs, Joy Johnson, Following the meeting for' Selects Brown 5
Torode and Betty Warren, Junior Janis McKinney, Debbie Myers, Jan Pamper's party served by "
sponsors. Norton, Dee Paterson, Debbie Pur with refreshments being
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I..yaarkt Hobbs Tracy
rj Sheila Rowe presented a vis, Lisa Reddish, Lorna Reddish, Shan Johns, Teresa '
candlelight Skit on "Ten_ Little Cathy Sapp, and Brenda Thpmas.Joollo Tqrode, and Christie. Torode. ., '

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Sandra Kay Crosby, rte Miss Dixie Dorlln j. :4+
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Laon H. Harris, ,Jr. Beauty Pageant \

Plan Dec. Wedding: + Newly Formed "

Mr: and Mri Richard L. Crosby of The Dixie Darlin' Pageant Is a new $\
ew Presbyterian Educational Building. 'Constructed by Steve Hayes Construction Co. '""t Brooker announce the engagementand company owned and operated by- f
approaching marriage of their Glenda and Jake Ivey of Mlddleburg.
daughter, Sandra Kay, to Leon The pageant is for girls from 3 to 23: ,
Starke Woman's Club Holiday tour Dec. T1 1 Harold Harris, Jr., son of Mr. and years old and includes talent, model-and is
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Mrs. L.H.1Iarkis, Sr. of MazviUe. Ing, beauty phqtogenlcs
The bride-elect Is a graduate of recognized and certified by the..Stateof
The Starke' Woman's Club'annual. tified Public Accountants, are located beautiful birch cabinetry and 'wood-. Bradford High School. Florida. ;
.Qirlstmas; tour will be held Sunday' here with modern offices, combination work throughout. The bath's flooringis Mr. Harris. graduated from These pageant will' be held over
Dec. 11, from 1 to ft p.m. starting atthe brick and wood Interior with ver- ceramic tile. This building includesthe Baldwin High School. the state of Florida in preparation for
club house to pick up the map oft tical.blinds as is Williams Jewelrywith Pastor's secretary's office, with,' The'wedding is planned for Satur- the State Competition to be held In ',
letour.Following.. pedestal showcases on the interior storage section,the Pastor's spacious day, Dec. 3, at 7:30: p.m. at Brooker I : ,\\t "J Orlando In July 1084. j
Mirrored strips are along one office with window looking out on attractive -,- BaptistChurch.All r r. d1 For more information, call (904) j r
the tour' guests will wall. Pedestal showcases are placedon wooded scene. An inviting friends and relatives' are invitedto Crawford and 202-0462, -11 I 1
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return to the club house for tea,which i right side and through the center of antique love seat and chair covered,, attend.f.f. ,J.Martin S..T
wJU be served from to 6 p.m. honorIng -' the store with one showcase rotating. ,with dubonnet velvet face the pastor's Know....... ... '
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new members. This building is also the! home of desk. A resource room containing Did. You'
Putnam''Medical Supplies, Medicare Sunday school materials 'and Bible;' have all Kis '. I
{This year's tour will consist of new Missionary Spooks Bill, Graham will .
offices and businesses facing EdWards Rental supplies. The former locationof school materials is on the left as one' CrawfordSeayto children bone for the long holiday In- ,
Road at. Bradford Square "The Clothes Hanger" .Is, now va-, enters the building. The' Sunday' At First Baptist, Wed Dec. 10 eluding Mr. and Mrs: Hank Graham 'i i '
wjhich were constructed by Gerald. School Superintendent occupies her of Phoenixville. Pa., Ms. 'oMycf .
Grtffis Construction Company. The cant.The home' of Clark's Hallmark office here on Sunday mornings. Attractive -.\. On Sunday (evening, Nov.'20, Missionary Ltc. and Mrs. James L. Crawford Graham of St. Petersburg Mr. and
construction is strip center, old brick 1 Shop is here with cards and gifts at- rooms include (1) nursery Ron Bodenhamer spoke at the announce the engagement and approaching Mrs. Phillip Graham of Gainesville
trim aluminum soffit fasia with ceif tractively displayed down each wall through kindergarten; (2) Primary, First Baptist Church: of Starke.Mr. marriage j of their and Mrs Gilda Spongier\ of Newberry
teal swat and air. They Include: and each side down the cente of the grades 1 & 2; ((3)) Elementary, grades Bodenhamer is a Southern Baptist 'daughter, Joella Crawford, to J. Mar- and their families
The office of Dr. John J. Cienkt-, store. .3 &4; (4) Middle school, grades&8;' 'Agricultural Missionary in tin Sear' son of Mr. and Mrs. Dock T. y
'and Dr. Peter J. Clanas General The Ptesbyterian' EducationalBuildlng (S) High school; (8)) Young Adults. An Kenya, Africa. He has served in this Worthington Springs. Mr. and Mrs.'Art: Pease oi+Lebanon;
Family Practice. The waiting room Is' was constructed by the Steve attractive hedge surrounds the ex- capacity in ,Ethiopia, Sudan and The ceremony will take place on Tenn. are visiting her brother-In-law' .
attractive with planters and moder- Hayes Construction Company, 353AN. tenor of the building with a beautiful Kenya. Saturday Dec. 10'at 7 p.m. at the and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ben", .t
nistic' furniture and a room for. ..Temple Ave. It tuts cedar exterior yellow rain tree nearby. The lovely Ron's wife) Judy, serves as a Church of God In Starke, 422 N. St. nett Sr.and other relatives this week.
records and receptionist's desk. and trim detail to match existing old' Presbyterian Church will be' open., teacher,'at ,the Nyerl Baptist High Clair Street.A .
Davts, Monk and Farnsworth, Cer- Church building. The'' Interior hat during the tour. School. She Isjalso a trained Medical reception in the fellowship hall of the person who Borrowtho -*! I 1
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Technologist and serves the school by the church will follow the ceremony.All from the Ho.'l ol Aw.l.1..rrbooth t II IIWII
helping with.health problems which friends and family of the coupleare grill rt tit..alrfro..... .$_.e ro sues I ."

I B-'U' Retired Teachers Working On Projects the The students Bodenhamers encounter.are presently' on' invited to attend. to sill l|Wilton C.of C,."..... .. .t ,

furlough front their mission' assignmeat 0
The' Bradford-Union Retired! The business meeting was presided Retired Teachers Association,'wn '" and are residing in Gainesville. 1 STARKE 1 *... f
J 'Teachers.' Association meeting; washl'rhuAdn over by Mrs. A Russell Norman, used in'' the committees !On ''PreFMu CiE,:O"(1\ow..P: ( .. : _' Fli1SL.ASSt MBLY.OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD' ureJ stfo ,
vl'Nrll'}1, tiit'the' First. :,((' resldeDt. "The Beauty of a Smile'' Retirement, lU eoh a'RoVaUeCanova t Mt4ht, tlde'! 1l1l\YI''' 'tnvf lI'o' *..('rtB 1'f' >nl..iU\ W'>t'.i.>Wl.0.iHi'J": j' ,i) ;rtMr18Ita:; A/sWoessii164/ .'rill 'x.12,".:IbL;CO190.-I44.s.td., ;ioa.Kihgsley K

riie .. 1IU lJlf'J1iY it IIQ ftt"QD.E... :Jf1fI1t WJJIIIIIltf\-\ 1De"""' -'"Sel JriAW1J! l11igwjYH\.tM"I""i' ""!" ,,.."...Waur f. MehttPiltlerJ'91! ; i.G
>.t wbreoutiirned."' I ,.- ;,\ )',.. ; >\. *, wit eichecked"for, .J. changes. -Flam.', chairman];'and Informative'' I({ children O< araNn k Judd of The Congregation Invites You to I We Invite you to worship with ws/ t 'I'AtbnM
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were mAde. for thv "Christmas' for1'ShutIns" and Protective Services; Altentnwe the University Troy Come and Worship With Va NUl'lSfJI' .
v The group met at the Fabulous Fail' project for the December "Chandler, Chairman.The committees .Thanksgiving j' guest* Festival for a soupsaladsandwichlunch their Judd.EL' . . .
meeting.Committees reported on plans. Mvinncapae'"Mp 11 AM MonHns W..ldll . . 11 aw I
in the recreation room of the 'of the Association met . . 7PM7:30PM sieves . ,. S ,mWnlMicsyTwrtk '
,church with the ladies of the church' in groups to plan for projects of work Wednesday Wet4, . : EvKfeig . ..isle; .M
serving the meaL for,the year. Materials,from National r..

C't'carl (Buddy! ) ,Grlffis

II .:, ,'Showers ', GAir.
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'Mrs. 'Clayton Gllhooly M.llnda Dobbs Chief of Police "Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lord" h i.
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Honored at Shower Honored of ,Shower 1 Services ', ) I
A Vote for Buddy Sunday : ''. ,

; On Sunday afternoon Nov. 20, Mrs.. Miss Melinda Sue 'Dobbs, 'Nov. 23' is a step In the'rig'ht,: direction!Ii. 10:00lm'. Sunday School j
11:00 am Morning Worship'
I Clayton Gilhooly was honored with bride-elect, was honored at a bridal I .
bridal shower given by St. Edward's. shower ''Thursday night, Nov. 17, ., /: I 6:30 pm Church Training '\ ,
.Altar Society In the parish hall. given by Miss, Ella Mann, Mrs. fOPOlA 7:30 pm Evening,Worship ,
Among honored guests attending Loraine Bennett and Mrs. Harold ..- Wednesday I
was the groom and the groom's Starling at the home of the !lattee/.onUS '
Michael Gilbooly. : Z T -- -TDr. 7:30: pm Mid-Week Prayer Service ,-1
mother Mrs. ? 301, Lawtey;; .
Mrs.- Robbie Shatter assisted In Three games were played by the 19 Dennis Connaughton
: presenting gifts, and Mrs. Michael guests between the hours 7:30.and. Greg Douglas, Pastor Located on SRI 5
Gilhooly kept the record book/ 9:30: p.m. and prizes awarded (Associated with Pr: Harry Gruen)
The gift' table and refreshmenttable The refreshment table was covered
were covered with yellow with a lace cloth and centered with an', ,, Now Announces' I
cloths: Centering the"tefre hmen\' arrangement' of blue silk' flowers ,
table was, an arrangement of flanked by; blue tapers. Finger foods !:
variegated flowers. .The'-cake, .were served on a silver platter! also, .EVENING DENTAL SERVICES.
decorated with pink,yellow and green cheese quiche," Llndy's cheese fake,, I
flowers was topped with miniature 'cookies, coffee and tea. J white angel figurines.: Nuts and mints' The hostessespresented' the Tuesday :- Thursday. 6-9 l'I''P
were served from crystal dishes. bonoree with, a toaster as a mementoof "' A

Dorothy. ,Mrs.'\.Josephine lUte were Gumbtr In charge and cf Mrs, arrangements *';,; the- f occanion.f. i ,'> .' .' <"i ( /. 1<'.:4469 WI! all X964L52! II /
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receiving lino(i. composed 'of ..'the' ,.))1t1.h..I.. .,..'. ": ,., ,". '.;.... ",. '", Q. ,0. .' ..........,. I 1)i ,
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I Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Mer- Mrs.' 1tIletm .Harris of, St. Paul
vice In the "" Edward Burns of Jacksonville ritt Island spent the weekend with his Minn.,was last week (West of Mr.ami..Mrs .
Baptist Group fist Church Sanctuary of Stade.of the flnt BaV- Pilgrim Gath.r -.;: ; :\ Is Saturday to Friday guest of Mrs. mother Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Medford Connelly at Hampton

Returns from Trip For Prayer ,, z 4t"'lt 1\ J.E. Wilson. Lake.: V" .
:JULIA FLOIIIU O,M.HOVMMr.
To Holy LandOn Me>thodlsts C.l.brat.Hangingth.Gr..ns. Thanksgiving W.*k.nd ..':>* r / and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and, .........,.N.v.mb.r 27 'Tom Johns of Beaufort,$.e;t isipeit,
family
of Prattvllle Ala. will be ding the holiday with his mother,Mrs
from November the First 1-10 fifteen Church people of Bishop John J. Snyder /of the 'Wednesday to Sunday guests at his and Mrs. Herbert Herrea haveas Jackie Johns and Mr; and Mrs. J.yVt
Baptist Roman Catholle Diocese of parents Mr. and Mrs. It.O. Danaby. Ritch. ,
St ,
StarLe visited Jordan and Israel. Sunday. Nov. 27. is the beginning of Thanksgiving guests Mrs. Frank ';
Advent. First United Methodist Augustine has Invited area Catholics Joining the family Thanksgiving Day Peterson and Frank Peterson,Jr. and f
visited Pastor the Ben ancient Bryant and of Petra the group and Church will be having a celebration to to celebrate the Holy Year with him will be Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis fiancee and children of Dunneleon,> JULIA'S FLORIST 0.-....... ';;, ';

spent two nights in city Ammon, Jordan. recognize the special day which Is the by making a pilgrimage to the Mis and Mr. and Mrs. Robert HUM of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson 'of Sunihry November,27 .,\\i.; ; ,
sion of Nombre de Dice Sunday Gainesville and Mr. and Mn, Andrews '. '
They then crossed the Jordan Riverat Christian calendar. Nov; Roy Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Her- v i lOt <
the King Hussein Bridge and The activities will begin with a 27, at 3 p.m.Pilgrims r of Jacksonville: res of Tallahassee and Mr. and) Mrs. Justin Jones spent the:',weekend :

visited Jericho. Then they visited covered dish dinner at 5:30: p.m. Matthew Herres of Starke. with Ryan Lyons In Melrose.I -> ,

Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls Following dinner, the children will be from the parishes and Cub Scout Pack 73 JULIA'S FLORIST-Op*Mow -''".I I,;. .'.' -. ft'I''., :'.
were discovered in 1947. Then seeing the Walt Disney film. "Babes missions of Northeast Florida I
they .
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traveled north along the Jordan in Toyland.' whllo the youth and travel together Thanskglvlng Sunday ,: Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of -Tampa Is.; ,
Valley to the city of Uberas on Lake adults will De decorating the interior weekend In buses or cars to Prince of visiting her sisters,Mrs.0.'".Beasley :
Club winners '
Galilee. They traveled on boat to: and exterior of the church. Peace Votive church on Highway AlA Cubs and fathers of Pack 73 will be Duplicate Bridge and Mrs J.W. Kincaid durins.th&holiday :
Rhea Johnson 1
carving and Tuesday Nov. IS were
Following the decorating there will busily painting this season. ,
Capernaum. near the great cross on Matanzas "
Other cities visited Included be a special time of singing and a Bay. Thanksgiving weekend in preparationof and Lora Francis, first; Vernie Odom ," ," '
the annual Pine Wood and Arllne Brown, second; and
Chrismon Service the Derby, car .
Tabgha, Caeserea Phillipl, Nazareth, highlighting JULIA'S FLORIST T Op *Ho racing event to be held Charlie Riddle and Jack Bumette, .
symbols of the church. will Monday even- ,
Akko, Haiti, Caesera on the Mediterranean Nursery While those from outside'St.. Sunday.N-Ioer.,7;
be available for pre-school children. Ing, \vNov. 28, in the First United third.
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Sea. Bethlehem Bethany and Augustine congregate at the mission.at ,Methodist Fellowship Hall.
two days were spent In Jerusalem. 8:30: p.m., residents of St.
They also visited the "Fence of GoodHope" Crusod Dedication Service Augustine will gather at the Basilica be This one years of the competition most promises to Nits and Buddy Gordon gave an informal
exciting. Thoughthe party for their
at Metulla the Israel- where anniversary
on Cathedral of St.Augustine they
total membership is down below WILLIAMS JEWELRYSeth Mr. and Mrs. Al Gordon
Lebanon border. Saturday NightThe parents at
will begin a pilgrimage procession on ..
bc.Hon.100
50 boys a larger number
of them their home In Callahan last
Those making the Rev. the mission. The will are Tuesday
trip were foot to pilgrims .. CM It. 107-S Idwird U
and Mrs. Ben Bryant and their son Dedication Service for the be led by Knights of Columbus, mar aggressively working on and completing evening Nov. 15. The two children,
their 30% MM* Off
Matthew Mr. and Mrs. ArnoldBraden area-wide Crusade with Evangelist Incense-bearers scouting goals and are ages IS and 11, baked an anniversary'.cake
; ching bands cross Dtemomh.. w_..... ,
; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chesser; Moody Adams will be held this Satur- bearer acolytes miter-crosier expected to participate in the derby. .Rings for their parents which they
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Cooper: Mrs. day night, Nov. 26. at 7:30 p.m. In the bearers paschal candle bearer, In the last two months close to 80 Chains,Charm.i served to guests who were Invited! to*
Mary Moore; Mrs. Clara olson; Bradford High School auditorium.The clergy and Snyderr as' they advancement badges and activity their home for the occasion. '
awards have been earned
along by the cub .
public is to attend
Mrs. Mae ChAncey; Mrs. Nancy encouraged sing hymns way.
If this rate
Davis and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Howe. this dedication service and meet the of. activity continues =r: _
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An enjoyable and inspiring time was personnel Involved in the Crusade. throughout the year,last years recordof J tlA'S FLORIST Opwi HWM
enjoyed by all. Orientation and training will be provided 'When the procession reaches the 185 awards will surely be broken. i; Sunday,nmW V
On Sunday evening, Nov. 27, at 8:J5 for all choir members, ushers, mission (approx. 3 p.m.), the Boys between their 8th and 11th birthdays -
counselors who will pilgrimage prayer service, Sunday still have time to participate in
Rev.: Bryant will make a slide serve during the ,
p.m.
Vespers will behind the derby by joining the For' further 811.a
presentation of the Holy Land tour Crusade which will be November 27- begin Prince of pack.
December 4. Peace Church, Information, call John Schmidtat takes 32.000 flowari to .
The public is invited to attend this ser- 9 4.6174. make one pound of aa"ron.I .



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by Elizabeth Terry spending Thanksgiving weekend with nice birthday dinner for Mr. cap e Miss Brenda Prevatt and David Sunday. Nov. 13.'
phone 782-3300 their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. on Saturday, Nov. 19, which was en- Alvarez at First Baptist Church in Mr. and Mn. David Wilkerson and
i and Mrs. Ken Frank of Lakeland and joedbyall present. ,Starke on Saturday night. family of Brooker were Saturday supper -
Personals.... his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Smithof Mrs. Ben Higginbotham of Maxville Mr. and Mrs.John Pace of Jacksonville guests of their brother and sister
Mrs. Ernestine Thomas of Live Oak Dade City. visited Mrs. Hester Hicks Sunday were Wednesday dinner guests in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ..
and her mother Mrs. Fred Moore Phil Eunice of Lake City and his afternoon. of Mrs. Lonnie Teston and her Wilkerson. -.." ''
visited her sister Miss Rachel Boyer brother-in-law Arthur Melton of Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Higginbotham mother, Mrs. Wordie Melton. Larrte and Hazel DuBois of ,
of Riverside Presbyterian House of Graham were Saturday dinner guestsof and family moved to Me Allen, Texas Junior Harris of Starke and his Decatur Ga. were weekend guests of
Jacksonville on Saturday, Nov. 12. Phil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .over the weekend. '' mother Mrs. Maybell Ham of West the Robert Lees.. Robert and his ,, 'j'
Miss Elizabeth Terry and her Harold Eunice. Mrs. Betty Jean Moaley.and her, Florida, visited his cousin and aunt, sister Hazel, celebrated their birth- ,,...'I...., \
sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Miss Deborah Johnson and Miss mother, Mrs. Lonnie Teston carried Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Friday. day with a dinner party at the Brown
Gainesville spent Monday until Friday Pam Byrd of Maxville, spent Friday her mother Mrs.- Wordie Melton, Mrs. Pam. Talley and .daughter Derby in Gainesville.>'
with their sister, Mrs. J.P. evening with Mrs. Hester Hicks. home on Saturday. Tracy of Jacksonville visited her Church Activities... Mr. ft Mrs. David Hodges
Myrick of Tallahassee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Carter' mother Mrs. John lye, Sr. on Satur-
and Mrs. Fleam Starling at- their sister, Mrs. Sarah Hallman of returned to Columbia, S.C. Sunday' day afternoon. The annual Thanksgiving dinner at :
tended the homecoming at Beulah Keystone Heights on Wednesday. after spending several days with their* Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly had Grace United Methodist Church was a. QUESTION:
Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 13. Mrs. M.D. Crapse and Mr.and Mrs. mother. Mrs. Flossie Rosier. They lunch with their grandparents. Mr. .great success with :,70 persons atten I, What' Is Credit Insurance
William Harris of Ocoee visited his Jimmy Ceballoa and family and Mrs. also visited Mr. Carter's brother-in-: and Mrs. James Kelly on Sunday.Mr. ding. > ,ct >

mother, Mrs. Wordie Melton and Mary Menote of Jacksonville, Mr. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Stanley' and Mrs. Mike Crapse and ,., ANSWER:'
sister Mrs. Lonnie Teston.Wednes- and Mrs. Mike Crapse and son Crawford on Road 10. Michael, III. visited their brother and ,Cg'Y .; -
'day until Sunday Nov. 13. Michael III, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling of;*' sister-in-law. Mr. -and Mrs. Bruce 'I' .. Much' business Is -conducted -
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carte are Wheeler and daughter Nancy fixed a Bryceville attended the wedding of *, Crapse! and family of Jacksonville on .' : 6n a credit basis. Insurance

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... .fought to protect creditors

I Hampton Hilites c>te Aa t&s against heavy losses from'
nonpayment of
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1 Kfcv--; MAttend JIll ,q" j i3sais and friends of HowelbWUUfug. Khar dlsa m M =\t aul engan;s t ti, I\r(\ bt"< and bbillaiidlV 1 a'll JY, j" ./Idl i r".rl yJi4 I 1 trJ\'oIIt'IIlW-; "
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*Conference... died in an accident' *. *. *" < 'MlYl saHd 1Crroppr tall r tt ,, VN 7 V a L, ..
Orlando and his daughter.Angela., (,ake.Nor.MtSandra Aviles was 9; auranco compQri: q, ;
James and WJImaJean Terry ... spent the weekend" with his family and 1,",N$*:fl. Andy Smith was 15; Nov. 12, : :: amount which the bujinww-:
returned home Sunday night after at- Lonnie Melton entered Bradford friends here. : Sid Russell was 13; Nov. 13, Glenn man Is expected
tending the Florida American Legion Hospital Inc. last Friday for treat Friese was 11,Brian Davis was 12 and to bear I-
Congratulations. closely
Conference in Daytona Beach for ment. We hope he feels much better ,Mindy Hersey was 13; Nov: 14, Amy LAVERN OUTLAW related to his profit
three days.They soon.' .Best wishes to Gerald Brown and ** Home was 10 and Stacey Rhoden was so much, of ,his outlay of .
represented the Keystone Nanette Tomlinson who were married 13; Nov. 13, Lillian Hall celebrated; Gvnvral Agent, StorU, Florida I money Is replaced. See : .
Heights-Melrose .202 Unit of the Recuperating... ,at Victory Baptist Church on Nov. 12.}, Nov. lo, Donald McWilliams was 9; Life Insurance Term Mortgage we can usr
American Legion and Auxiliary. The Richard Mowry returned home last Paul and Ruth Meng1 celebratedtheir ..*'' Nov. 19, Zina Beth Young was 17 Estate Planning help you with any-
conference headquarters were held at Tuesday following treatment at the 37th wedding anniversary on' Universal life a Annuities / Type insurance "you may

the Enroute Surfside home Holiday they Inn. witnessedsome Veterans Hospital Gainesville. Nov. t. .J> Elem.Hampton School 'Individual Major Medical' need. Call today. ,

of the tornado damage in the Visitors... Birthdays... %;,, Super P.E. Students of the Week of Group Major Medical HODGES -
San Mateo and Hawthorne areas. Beverly Wanner) and Jeffrey of Matthew Dyat, son of David and Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, as determined by Medicare Supplements: $

Condolences... Orlando and Joe Meng of! Chat- Teresa Dyal celebrated, his second .I Coach Keith Tetstone were: Individual Retirement Accounts Insurance AgencY'"'
Kindergarten,Jenny Johnson. First and non-qualified)
grade Tina Meng. Second grade (qualified "
I Servicemen &/ Community News Evelyn Rawcllffe. Third grade; Guaranteed Issue 964-4571 :

Danielle .Hersey. Fourth grade (iMtwd. up to '100,000"No 101A Edwards (RN.f'"
:Jessica Fisher. Fifth grade. Donal Medical Qwntloni)

:!II* Smith.: Sixth grade, Cindy Davis and' Ul m.loll' you about the neW innovative AUTO .'UFE'- MOBIlE HOMES
Bradford L. McRae by Elisabeth Walker '.m.Speaker for the morning will be t.* Seventh grade Terri Kennan. product of UNIVERSAL LIFt HOMEOWNERS

Completes Basic Training phone SC4-SS8I Rev. U. Hudson. Call for on'appt. toddy. ,

Upcoming Events..., On Nov.' 28,,at'8 p.m., t ? MISS DIXIE "964-5478 ,
Army National Guard Pfc. Brad- Greater Bethlehem will sponsor the :
ford L. McRae son of Vivian C. Greater Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Annual Triple ,Choir Anniversary '' 'DARUN' PAGEANT -
McRae of Starke has completed Church: Will be sponsoring a Banquet featuring the "Fantastic V NOV.. 26, 1983 IicOUNTRYDINNER i
basic training at Fort Dix N.J. Thanksgiving Prayer Breakfast Simmon Sisters. .. 's eS MODELING TAlENT
the training, students Thursday morning, Nov 24, at 7:30: Everyone is welcome to 'attend} ,,' BEAUTY PHOTOGENIC
receive r'
instruction ,in drill and these events*. 'J..6 : : :
ceremonies, weapons, map reading,, rs :
tactics, military courtesy military
Justice first aid and Army history
and traditions.Pfc. .
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Pfc. Robert W. King % Julia's Florist 4

Completes Basic Training : .

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A. King and stepson of Rodney W; : ,'
King of Lake Butler has completed '
,basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, CHRISTMAS. OPEN HOUSE ,

Mo.During the training, students ; ",, '
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received Instruction In drill and NOVEMBER '
ceremonies, weapons map reading, .r' : "<

justice tactics, first military aid, courtesy and Army, military history : ,:" 1:00 p.m.; to, 5:00 p.m., y .; $2L99

and traditions. t
Pfc. is 1983 ''the Captain It/toUno you to the country*tIe' 'Copfcttit
1 King a graduate of now County CHno ':'
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Republic Naval Air of the Station Philippines.Cubi He Point is a, VRE I; CHRISTMAS FLOORS EARLY' """ -, -OI1ap.......... ..o.,............. :

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Yechon after a Air.seven-week Base, Republic long of stay Korea at.,' 'AMHronal. 5% Dl scountWjMiit'lTMs.Ad.at.. :, : 6 CHOICE' FOR. ,A CHANGE I '; 'i
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4 v y BradforcLHIJIh'ballketbaUera face the only class' team in the tournament play Just wish we had a little more .1
first action tonight at 8 p.m. against drew a late invitational to time to prepare." i
Ocala Forest .in'the Third Annual replace Lake Mary. Bradford plays a rotation type
F Ocala'' Florida Thoroughbred Two Bradford players are listed In. defense,which is an effort to keep the
Breeders Tournament. "The Breeders Showcase of Cham players fresh. "We don't have any
Bradford's first game ,will be pions." &'S Darrin Chandler and 5'.) certain players that stand out, but we
against Ocala Forest and when the Robert Bellamy are on the list. have about eight that can play good '
Tornadoes play Friday will depend ona This season the Tornadoes have basketball. We are real excited about ,)
win or loss Wednesday night. five returning lettermen. They are opening the season." ::.i,
If BUS loses they will play the John David Francis, Darrin BUS will have some problems In the ;!
looser of the Bronx.Memphilgame at Chandler, Robert Bellamy, Sam Norman physical aspect of the game, lacking ";
t0I'y, y/1.,l i'r 1:1: } p.m; Friday and in they win will and Tommy Johnson. Johnson' In speed and general physical size. ':
,. r .r y M play the winner at 7.p.m., Is the only senior and is the tallest "We are going to have to rely on I'I'
player at 6'5. quickness to compete with most .
New members on the varsity squadare teams," noted Sexton. '
Featured In the tournament will be Henry Cooper,Cerry Fro ntelter. "Our biggest weakness is going to
eight high schools from eastern Simon Mitchell, Harold Cunningham be on rebounding. We have good
United State Including Forest, Bronx-' Barry Warren and Jimmy Hanker. quickness and we are going to have to 'h:
New York, Memphis Tech, Jacksonville son. use It to balance everything out," ':.'
Ribault, Tallahassee-Godby. "Practice is coming along great," notes Sexton. .. I',
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Chandler and Bradford. Bradford, Sexton. "We look like we are ready to 11-13. f'

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:Bradford Bradford High wrestlers' will be against Eastside and will be friends coaching experience to the sport. He I
i Broncos Disappoint highlighted at the "Meet the Tornado and supporters night. Themes for has IS years of wrestling experience a I.
'W Wrestling Spirit Night" Monday,. other matches will be Christmas Including high school, college, and p
'YjJ"; ; .' jA November 28 at me Bradford.High night, New[ Year's night, Tug-of.War freestyle levels as well as coaching. "i
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'"ViJ&i: 0 night, clubs and other sports night This will be Slmpkin's ninth year of
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;ar; I ; '. This season Includes a series of sock hop disco dance night andparents high school: coaching and has also bad
in' Season Final GameBradford special events along with all the home and family night. four years of coaching experience at ,\ \
.; .. meets. ; During the spirit night program ,the college level, rA '
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finished the season with' broke on a 54 yard draw play teethe The Broncos drove to the Bradford December 6 is declared the BUS team Monday members night they and will'Introduce coach, explain the Objectives Siropkins pinpointed for 'i
an even W record after a disappton-' first score of the game. Bill Hatcher's '45 yard line before fumbling and Tornado wrestling team birthday party. Ice and show films of college wrestling, this season are twofold- rebirth of !\ '
ting 30-6 loss to host Class 3A Mid- and the cream"'and cake, balloons, party enthusiasm and participation is one,
extra point kick;'was good i Billy Rehburg recovering. t conduct a 30 (minute, intrasquadmeet
dleburg last Friday night. Broncos took a 7-0 lead with '5:28 Three plays later Bradford fumbledand favors, door 'prizes and a live band have a question and 'answer and a hew level of team performance' '
''Two big Bronco plays put the game' minutes left In the first period. Middleburg recovered and on the and dance will follow' the meet. period give out schedules: and plans, Is top. { .
out of reach for .Tornadoes. Mid' Long returned the Middleburg kick next play Middleburg and Bradford's against Ocala Vanguard. have music and refreshments,.and introduce Along with coaching wrestling j..1
dleburg scored on runs of 54 and 73 to the 25 yard line, then-on second Lonnie Hamilton recovered.On Themes will accomodate: all home the parents. Simpkins will be teaching English as 3
yards by Donnie Harrell in the first down broke for 45 yards to the Bronco second down BHS lost 10 yards wrestling matches this season- First year coaching Bradford well as coaching football and working
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and last quarters to overide a tough 31 yard line.. Russell gained seven on a missed pitch-out from Carver to1 !Thursday, Dec.8,8.p.m.. will be home Ezra Slmpkins will bring plenty of with the strength program.. iii
Bradford defensive effort. yards on a left: end pitch out then Long.On the next play Carver fumbled -
Harrell set a school record with tM Davis went four more yards up the again, but fell on' it 'to retain'
moat yards rushing during.a season middle for first down at. the 19 yard possession. Francis'punt was downedat .
for the Bronco's team. ?line. the two yard line. Lori Sapp 2nd at Turkey Trot.... 'MiniExerciseClass

"VWe couldn't take advatage of the On a right end pitch'to Russella'hard I BHS held Middleburg to three Lori Sapp'of Stake placed second in the girls 18 and under division of Set.... !
opportunities: Harrell really did all hit jarred the ball loose and Mid- downs and a punt and took over at the .Gainesville Annual Turkey Trot run last Saturday.
the damage to us," commented Head dleburg recovered.at the nine yard. 37 yard line Bradford moved the ball Sapp finished the five mile race in 37:46. minutes. She was the only Starke There will be a'mini-exercise class
Bradford Football' Coach. David line. 'on the ground with an exception of one participant hi the race. sponsored by the Starke Recreation I
Hune. The' Bradford defense held the 14-yard from Carver to Cerry between Thanksgivingand J
pass Sapp led the Bradford Road Runners Club in cross country meets to an Department ; ,
r The other Middleburg score was on Broncos of first down Frounfelter to the line. Christmas. :. /
Just short a ,forcing one yard ? undefeated season taking first place in fill races in that division. I t
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"'"v a. three yardpa sa.play. *'..o.,, .*, a punt. BUS got the downed puntat Davis dove over guai! i.for.the.f bet I { The classes are set up for people\ i if.
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.drOM'alOi e a thoio yard line. Davis added runs MOWn 1)I) <)f ; v.Sm.ti\ VI r M\ twbdolx.M vdawuuo who bare already been Involved In ex-,, II 'IP't r
\ score: 1! / ,, Jt.'ii '" ,:AN$i t'&ii < t'fil't.M..: .,q ]!1! et .fi't'D I1J'.f..II"J/ r.e'tlG' _' "' 1. 'erwiM ctaMcs, They will be Tuesday! .. )1' .'i
quilt et. arc a nhtk8<<1iiJTI ,.to '" .>f., v 9'th' 8:6 t to and Thursday evenings from 6-7 Fee?
C If i extra i point It.Ick.'ol ,the,, season. .After A five yard calf on:BHS the >i r. Middleburg took over at t1)eNlfQ'and 1 1line 1) Bradford'J>f griddert/ ;will' .take!'honors. .t the, 1983 football Banquet for the class is $4.Debra's "
Francis also mlsaed a 29 yard field ball was moved back to the five yard .after a 61 yard kick byTlUck.Braswell. 'Thursday' December 15. t'
goal attempt early' in the second line. On third down Long broke for Braswell averaged yard, The program. will be at the Starke Coif and Country Club and will begin at
seven yards, giving BUS a fourth ;per kick Friday night. ", 7p-m.f
Middleburg tallied 239 yards on theground down at the eight yard line. The attempted After two short runs, Harrell broke", ,
while getting 79 yards pass o 25: yard field goal by Francis loose along the right side line for 73.
Ing. Bradford was held to 162 yards missed just to the left, returning the 'yards and a touchdown for the Bron
rushing and 53 In the air. ball Middleburg at the 20 yard line. cos.The extra point kick was blocked,
Tony Davis and Frank Long totall After three runs by Harrell he got ending the scoring at 20-6 with 7:22': '
ed 60 yards apiece on the ground. the ball on a half back pass and threwit left in the game. .' i I Beware Program Kitchen .
Long made his yardage In four runs, to Donald Undsey for a 55 yard gain Bradford was Intercepted on a halfback I
"Including a 45 yard break away. and first down at the :30! ;yard line in : pass from Long and Mlddleburgregained '" Ad Salesmen 301 South (Acres fronvKQA)
Paris bad to grind his yardage out Tornado territory. possession at the 28 yard Bradford High Athletics. Director
.In 16 runs, most up the middle. Using the running of Harrell.'the .line! On the Bronco's third down Long'' David Huns wants to warn Bradford HUNTERS
Billy Rehburg shined for the BUS Broncos moved to the three yard i line ''got the ball 'back on a fumble.t!, businesses of an agency from Tampa RAFFLEo jI''
defense with seven individual tackles before scoring on a pass from Andy "recovery at the 29 yard line. that sells ads in,a.state basketball
Including two sacks' behind, the line of Zarzycki to Mark Ortega. The extra .aAorom oloolnusos ,.1 program. Buy a raffle ticket each week'o'
scrimmage. point kick was'good and Middleburg ..._ a11 "Please don't buy any ads for any ,
Brad Russell rushed for another 26 went in front 14-0' with. 2:49' minutes in 155' _" ._ >aya t programs before contacting us first/' .t throughout hunting season bra chance I 1'1
Bradford yards in four .rres.! His the first half. ,............ ti warned Hurse. The corporation is to win the |Jar of raffle money era dinner. '-
longest was 16 yards. Eric Lane broke for 20 yards on thesecond a.tsa _', '.' Finks and Fox from Tampa and sell o
.". feel like we had a good chance to' down for,BUS onthe next (AM.- -.I) \ ads statewide and has nothing to dowith 5 winter: eacH week. '
win the ball game, we just didn't take, possession,* but ,on the next play .t-4 ',hna-A.yt..-...... aa4 I \ the Bradford Athletic program. l
advantage of good opportunities' quarterback Robert Carver was rush .. _........ 61'
says Hurse. 'ed bard and threw an interception. "
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field goal.: from a first after two one yarders by CELEBRATE 'YOURIMAGINATION
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'second possession of the game; Starting The Francis punt waa'43 yards'and I
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Year's Winners: Leona Bifg0od ..:f! :; ': '. season by chalking up two It-point bucks to his hunting record. .
Opening day Robert killed his first !' point then came right back. on
Viola. Anderson ". ; Wednesday morning. Nov. It, to add another 19 point to Us collection. .

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Wayne's trophy rack will earn a place in the Florida Buck Registry. According -
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35. Stump's Department Store 36. Bowen Pesf Control Service 37. Janet M. Starling >Realtor: 38. Handy-Man.Fence Co. SpoI' mer., know there Is quite a FBR should/ contact the wildlife
'' "; ,/' i- ..iii_ A ;ysj ,v r X : J1IIi1ff.1' .. thrill in bagging a big buck deer. And ,reserve coordinator the nearest
..:i.i', f"" "t:, ,f '.Mir" the suspense b always heightened regional office of the! commUalon.
.! ; 1 ( I when the downed trophy Is being approached ,Wildlife reservist are the official
,,'. .iI' :': : In the field ato see Just how scorers for the FBR and a sportsman
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to formally register such arrangements to have the
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39. China Restaurant 40. Hodges Hardware. .. 'f 41.:WlnRleif a Electric,Inc: '; 42.. Wilson's Florist} ,',,' trophies,'there-by gaining distinctionfor leored. '.
Mandarine & Szechuan : "'. m i I. .. ', "'M. .yCuisine t''j their effort; through a new recording After mearsuring a trophy, the
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.1."r. :" the Boone and Crockett Club's icori- the sportsman will receive a cer-
log system and replaces the commis Uficate and a shoulder patch' in
43. Leta's Styling Center 44.Geor. Roberts ;. '; 45. D'mSterOiIari..lG"; ;"' 46.Looking Glass, $fyling sion's Big Buck Club The scoring recognition. :
','I" Insurance, Inc. .." 'r .Wtt Center I-J- ; system is designed to numberically Whe each hunting season' Is over '
\ '. \' reflect In inches the overall size of and all new scores are In, the commisx
f. deer antler. -Antler' beam cir lion wil update, and revise the stan< ,
l {x I .cunference, length of antler points ding for registry. '
) : .and.antler' spread are, some of the' Bucks must legally taken within thestate
.. measurements taken. of Florida and all deer taken 1 In
This will provide an opportunity for' previous years may be scored. Cur},
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47, Jones Funeral,Home 4aHa'iT Green Auto Parts'49.I Diane's i Beauty Shop ... SO., Hardee's, + > Meat Market ,some' long overdue recognition to rent recOrd was killed in. ,Gadsen
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!tailed deer In Florida.. Wildlife Reserve Coordinator rekary
51. Alligator Creek 52. Durban Memorials '; ': SO;Steve Hayes! Builders; Incj.i> ome Center Records for the biggest buck by ding the tuck registry. The wUKfe
Farm Center I. 1't'. ,i ,.: r'f : 1 region of the state so fir scored under coordinator will give you the name,
f :.o/. .. .. "" 'this program include on taken In 1991 address and phone number of the approved -
...., 11... ,by Randy Wheeler of Starke..Wheeler scorer iThen get in contact
".;" VV" ,,' had the top record in the northsiMt with Ube; :scorer too lIIalto,arrangements -,
'I, ,. 'region, until the opening of the 1_ to have the trophy; '
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Sportsmen' wishing to ?have their In most cases the will ; '
55. Putnam Medicare, Supplies. 00; Shuford's Chevron Oil$ Station; 47.' Marioin T8i' Battery, 58.:' 4.nty. TtJ'1! deer antler scored and entered on the' ,quest that the trophy be scorer taken to hltnl tirtf ,
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Tf'x" SUrke already<< doing,
boats ". he and 'county attorney ;Vestois,the present carrier,and Blue ant
"The bottom line Is. UI ask for. too In other Nov:7 action the commission because mutts of the time can't1" .'hreported Hardy traveled to Tampa Ias\ Cross Blue Shield. cloy and county. are" pros. ding". "
much and you give me too much itwon't : get under the trestle said Games week the ".1 million 01 bonds transportatloa : .
be spent and you'll get It bacl'C Commissioner1 Homer Hart 'sug-j'/ will Prison Labor Dad ...
which sold to double the. size of
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picnic'tables
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Sheriff Dolph Reddish has assured Set gest Moss Replaces Splrtas. ;
Boat Ramp Starke nursing home. Supported by 1'omlhission'Commissioners
Commissioner $.w Hodges said.it i UM
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For Rowell would be a waste of money. Hodges "It's really says \ expressed support who works under the Florida
single lane boat ramp, probably pointed out Rayonier built a nice picnic -.' for a house bill by state Rep. Wayne' Moss Extension Service\ IFAS
The bottom UM Is... the county 12 feet wide, will be built on trustle area on the west side of Sampson :Health Insurance Holllngsworth D-Lake City,allowing Cooperative ofFood and Agricultural
commission is WO.W7 richer after Used cities and counties to use prison Inmate -'' (Institute
4-wheel drive'trucks
canal between Rowell and Crosby Lake, but someone ; ,
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Services) at.UF, has
Sheriff Reddish Clerk Gib Proposals Invited
Brown concrete labor with the State Department
Lakes to serve Rowell said Zoning to pull the heavy ,- into
Property Appraiser& Jimmy Alvarez. Director L.M. Gaines. The $1,000 tables out of.the ground. .:" \" Commissioners again discussed the ,of,Correction providing transport ,other Spirtas who work.resigned Moss'to go titte to Community some*,
L.M. Gaines turned of. health Insurance and boil for of 10 Inmate or more. type
from the State Department of Natural rising cost groups Coor-
Rural'
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back monies unspent in their 1983-89 Resources, which comes from license t lack of bids. He UwJGxtenslon
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budgets. fees,Is too little to build a double wide $3.5 Million in Bonds \ &- Board members Indicated they will .except meter'infractions,' to;.finance .dinator.! Office In Macclemny\ and
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ramp.It Issued for Nursing Ifamef rCommissionef' bid thei iCommlflSonera noted it 'Is nothing'\ works in Baker Bradford. Union! and
Sheriff Reddish turned back$32,894 would be a waste to spend too :; Only companies to on : ; Columbia counties.
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Jieo.Oll budget. ,} "

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clerk's revenues oIfice.Correction and. expenses with the EFR riNOV.

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Stephanie Redding, who earned GIFT y i I -
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first six-week grading .to the .
perms Redding ; ; '.:.r.:;"'.:;..,(' .
daughter of Mr. and ) .' ........
Jr. of Starke. A,",rlr I .",[,, ." .
In addition Le Ann Flynn's name PAC88 p,..,v psenv No ieINaele H'ntal wen pi.so tees,cue To CUw tOw, pecen we wPSnrv.TfN/ 111olrr :e y'/k' / ry t.1 1To ,
was misspelled and the sub-head that uwT ouANhr, >mw.NoNa eDty!O oe.uias.t'aoT' weat oweeLa pow rnoonsp+rcK-IRII.: ''I!,' :,,\1/, :

says "sophomores"should be seniors ",
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Nov. 10 edition of Th. Telegraph.
The Ttltgraph apologizes for the

errors. -The Editor I PUp.

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School NewsFrom s3 od ,,., ,

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now until the Christmas .. ERCULON: UPHOLSTERY ., ', I _
holidays will be a very busy time at
Southside Elementary School. Someof IV. I UGH.DENSrTY'l':
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the activities scheduled for the P- I
coming weeks are: '
FOAM .
No.. 23-lSi Thanksgiving holiday ,
D.c. It basketball at Stark. El.m.ntoty. -

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Dc.*t A fashion show will b. held oil

p.m. by Mrs. Kathy Ludwig' cia... SAVINGS' PLAN


Carnival Success.., W
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't The sOutb 1d 'H noW ''C ar'nlval! ) ij :
wzsl r.'I" ""WM 'a' huge success thanks to the L
and able workers from
many willing
the'.staff and parents of Southside Sheets and Matching Rug Sets... ", .
students. The black and white TV was
Ennls and the I.
won by Mrs. Charlene I
$100 was won by Maeritha Fisher a +
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WItM ONE iUIL YrligWf CARD s ;; i I IsAVeacASO
from Hawthorne. YOUR SElECTION EOULARRETAIL : :
The storage building on the I t I'. ..
Southside campus has now been com- BATH TOWEL .99 $3.29
pleted by using funds from past car ::1 I '
nivals. Future projects will be decid- HAND TOWEL .59 2.29

ed by Input from PTA and Southside
teachers. WASH ClOTH .09 1.49 ;I

BATH SHEET 4.99 8.99 .\, ':

Classroom: news... i '1
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RUG SET 8.99 + I
News from Mrs. Brenda Strand's I
Ilk grade class i The library and all

,. students using the library have enJoyed ,
I seeing models of the solar 1q
I system made by Mrs. Stroud's class.. ; :
The English\ class. has studied the
Japanese form of poetry entitled :
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"Haiku. Haiku uses 17 syllables to '

describe subjects in nature.These are. .ARE THEYDIAMONDS
examples of students' creations: I
Snowflakes. loll like 1_... ZI
All kind of dlffwwnt.ha,... :
Falling falling falling ?

...by Tina Battan ,1\\ 1

A rainbow has all- :;

kin* of color; It ..... rod \
orang. and tonMtlnw whit. : II 1 PUONELLFASHIONABLE

.. ....by Jason Marln, '. ( Q !
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Rainbows are color ,", I \:' r '
They are bright. They have color. o ? DIAMOND C1.f-r .,tn 1 WITH FREE WALL iwwc..ti :; I

Thy'r very pretty. MODEL .-,1, .
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Snowflakes falling clown , i
soft dazzling, fancy-fr* Ilk. '
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grade News class from: The Mrs.students Carol Clark's have just 4th i,)' IS AI. '5 .e Pbws.d" Dar............ ... ;' 7' .{\\1./> ". jIi ,
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completed a unit of study on sight and -. no,0'" ,
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sound. Thia past week the class has ONLY L.< "H IgII""" ;";";"' "'" '. : .,, .

had a period of instruction each day in .z: 6 ..hoe Dh-.l."w. '"i*. ,
the library.\ Dan Smith has given "- a S, : "',Ii-

pointers on bow beat to use the library .Mu.-- '" ., \\,',,", .
and its facilities. The students are \ $ 6 9 ... ;
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Whiilp'Ma.4as''
making Thanksgiving\ turkeys and a t T clown art s.f're.o.ni, ,,: .r\ j./ !;:' f
wall mural for Book Week. During 49' "' 1 1'l
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O beiros.ii,; ndoaT.r ears, w ; I.....
Book Week they are encouraged to ,"" "t.... ," ." 'I'. 'r, .
come dressed as their favorite '' '
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character from folk tales fairy tales : : ';' )' '""1' K t Td.airon.an.cgat.ry6rrwwri.1.: : .: ....'." ..,,
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fiction. Math class la working k
or on '
multiplication with the next step being '.:i':,l : :
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2-digit multiplication.: Johanna t FROM S4.GO TO.19.99E CHPWS'TAX ,/'.' 'AS' 'F. \
Hau and a perfect '[ : WITH S1 CO IN AEOIQTEA TAPES. ASK 1\ : : r: : ,.' ;J.
score on their Thursday spelling test (S' YOUR CASHIER FOR DETAILS.. t1 : ;'' } '
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so they were exempt from taking the ',' { : i

the test class on Friday: with the remainder of .. ,. ,." .. "'I' 'li jJ] 'S'S '1' '" ...'. J'_. ;I

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purpose '', v'"v5" yM'. : I? .'W t'l
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I NQMel1tfr, ; .l.Ii.ptS. fho. o lB ati..; tQ Move on English, :: SS, Wing, :,, t : '\ JI


..aside, When the It'.warm outside It warms up work this year, Future plani also Include -A review, of turning ..the yv-lnlS:,i cafeteria planned at '
English and Social Studies eliminating the three rooms In Brooker Elemen- ministrative suite. This project can- New cafeteria at Brooker still in '
auditorium into a testing facility** .tary. NO price
'.It'etassel. cold_at outside Bradford High(Inside and when the center of the wing and: building A previously ''approved ..plan>to made yet.Projecls. estimate has been not be undertaken until Christmas planning stages. j' 't
it's cold Aid three portables to replace them. carpet 54 elementary rooms.tat(\ set for this vacation when students are out of the Walkways at BHS turned over to
teachers.appearing Monday Chairman Rodney Hall made'lure Lawtey Elementary, .Southaide before the fall school year, or way. Principal Jesse Moore said the architect to get prices.
I;Nov.. Jl, 'before the Bradford School the architect: understood the BUS Elem., Starke Elem. noted! by Casey Finishing touches 01191K. are: SS Turkey Hen Bowl could be held Dust collector the industrial arts
\B Before heating project takes' priorItY'over and left unchanged by the board. Cafeteria at Hampton to the new outside on the playing field but the shop a requirement In any new shop ;Ii .
i a decision on which repair everything else .' Some $430ooo for building. and Removal of asbestos Elementary. cafeteria was leaking too badly and Itcouldn't ana being done with safety-to-Ule b
and building projects will be carried Also turned over to the architect to from heating have been held therd.Heat funds from the state. Project turned +
repair Included Pipes in
projectile In the cur- various cover
''OUt, 'the is. rooms in school. That project and "
Phase V at BUS get prices on werermprovements.: : rent school system budget"U'1i the is complete. air-conditioning at to architect. ;.j',
were put up to first, priority, and '- to bring "$HS first availableto Lawtey Elem. Units are In all Carpeting of 54 elementary '.
enough to Re-rooflng
year at BUS
:asBigMd to architect money and BMS a classrooms and
AI Dom project other ,
areas are classrooms. Under
e to lee >science labs up to par. do being way. ,
some things the list now .
on
.what can: be about the problem.,It to Construction of covered.: walkway Supt. Tom Casey building' ": Purchase complete.of finished now. Resurfacing of the Bradford High .
.hoped the Phase 1 unit! can be at BUS. ,'Y" Another says '* county-wide furniture. New records vault at the 'ad- track. Turned over to architect. '
repaired., $230,000 in a special state Computers from federal funds. All ministration building. Work to Covered .at the :
; Purchase of a dust collector for the grant is available to build but the progressing walkways high
Future a new prac- .Apple jrs' have been
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plans Include but bar
Installing individual industrial arts shop at rthq' yo-tech tice driving for the semi-truck delivered. Joists on order have school.
units in Phase 1, ,but Jt to center. driving class range not arrived, architect Dompe said. New truck practice driving range.
at
the
vo-tech center. Re-roofing of .1
the
,hoped the central unit can be made to Resurfacing of the BUS track. Funds Southslde Elem. BUS,science rooms turned over to Board currently Is looking for a site.
are not included for anew cafeteria 4 classrooms, and the ad- architect. Residents are protesting whereever. i '

the board looks. : 1 !
I ''Lift at the bus barn for big buses. A '
,$15,683 ''bid was accepted Monday f. .1
PRICES FFEGTIVFRIDAY- NOV. 25 1983. 1 night Nov. 21, from Koala Equipment '
Inc. of Marietta Ga. Only r. ,
; 'GOOD THRU.WED.,NOV. 3O. 1O83. other bid was$19,236 from Equipment ; A, :
Sales Co. of Jacksonville. ''.
Purchase of two small 24-passenger j

.SWEET July U.S.D.A. CHOICE accepted buses. Bids $14,748 each have been i '

Two regular size 66-passenger
FLORIDA: : CUBED .CHUCKORANGES ,buses are on order. The administration ,
... D reduced the number from three j \j f.
." ,.... to two. and will save about $30,000 ,"
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\ :i: STEAKS there.Lighting in the BUS crews t. 1 ,
The board Instructed the school i .t '
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; to look into that problem. Talk has Ji..
< : : been going on for years about affixing '. .
; J. BONUS tables to every other seat in the >
'" w BUY auditorium and Improving the
so it be used for testing
$19'9 lighting can
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... students. Other than repairs to stage ,/
g. FAMILYSIZEPKG. lighting It doesn't appear..any more 'i
work will be done to the auditoriumthis I
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SAVE S1.OO PER LBHYGRADE Casey gave the llstof projects to the I I
school board again Monday- night. t
The board and staff need to start on ,
the projects or they won't get done t fir f!
this year, the superintendent'points :. I

o r out.Part of the problem now to lack of ,
BAKING prices. Until dollar figures can be at- t : ,
to the projects it will i\ ,
known be done
if all the projects can
BEKiE/oseEN on Yeu.ovv.peuiiji[ this year. If the projects come in ,.j
under estimates or. amounts
,, aY r sinus budgeted- everything will be fine. If ,"!
for : are..o.r r )
; ttgi'tiim prices are above estimates the board
WoSK ai will have to decide what to cut.ou!. j'
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What about the heating and airconditloning .: :
problem at Phase 1 of BUS, .
asked board member Judy Becker,
bringing up the no heat problem.It's .

rux working replied Supt. Casey. i j
o r 0 and no dollars are set for it. 1
o v.ra.r. "I heard it wasn't working?'said '
Mrs. Becker. Teachers in the C 4
.., .onus building Julie Miller Wanda Smith, :-r: :
oar and Ronney Harris said the system. J \
isn't working. / '
r p, as 69 99 "The situation Is as it has always I r
SQUARE been... it isn't working," said Mrs. >JJ i
'FEET. Miller. a. i.IuxR..I l 7

jKO, ,,,.1'.aA ] fito'Register $;,,I-e aapgrrd .

'. '- ." ....... t, .; ""vr" '" \ I' '"' I said the,large called central into the unit discussion..U.,down / ) I' ,f\
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now Parts are on order but hard to
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COMRARE- "IIIIIIIftI, : COMPARE ... COMPARF'' : : COMPARE !a"Y get. Register said. ;
t The unit repaired repeatedly has '
CHCKD4, BEEP,MUOHROOM r *"r-nczirf .never worked properly for
long
PPUWfl >> ', OR ONION FLAVORS AOOOWnDD FLAVORS tJ:: *
Green Cabbage tw19*, NoodIes"611. Fav 411 Ground Beef ., sa v 1t. periods of time since installed in 1977 1 ,
nDletSodas
< g '- Register said.The unit has 11 zones to
CANADIAN which it .to supposed to push air, and
I'" : iR. agues "..adgeta* to turn on gadgets.," said
.s67; Register.
: ; ], ., t.. a .mess," added, Register. Ii't,
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Avocados, .:, ..;:r. ," ", I alclkPair < HVAC thought he technician had the system Gene working Tanner .

NOADr"AnJ.:: 'ta5 91! ;' 8ft '. :. 99F"Fi;; ets. ., ,.SL.139, RegIster.but apparently he doesn't said

_. Pears ,. Sweot, .!:N' Low ).1'.9T." ,Carpet- gent,. '. .. TAOACANA,vuraa sSesHc.taso "You ,saying' can'J, be fixed. "

8NOWHmI. _MANS., ,_ ru r+iaA questioned Chairman Rodney Hall.
\,Mushrooms. .. .. ,A 1_ ie P.I "" -arcg9. Pa Ma\Ceroal .' '. 9179 Orange Junco .. .. CtN.:::t: *18". he'No,"lust,replied Register who added
was the
saying unit has
____,..._COUI.rO ou TO OUH ux *>.,..,_..____nawr.to UMTeuANimML, Axed.'Without ., never
Now..ow.o os oar..w.gN.rra rn"DQAU'HQAL-- -
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Hall. Board
r- --- members
ht agreed that the. BUS English and
Social Studies building has to have
heat, and said they're willing to put
other projects on the back burner if i a
the current central unit can't be got
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SAV5 e1.e0 ;eAv* ,o BA1awr Denial by the Bradford, Zoning -
GOLDEN 7t3O ML ; TREE te r '.a0oz LISTEJUMEtxm :: PORK& ONI.Y Board of a request for CI (commercial -

._'8:7.: .: GRAPEFRUIT DINnER Intensive) zoning in an open rural ,
$199 $279 $299 area In Sampson City was upheld by i
':' LBBHFIUUimLCH WASH @ the County Commission'
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... .. .. TAKHOMeA POUND AT a3.9a Nov. 7. ,
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'JftGtJNOOK t IIAlllleUO! 'sous.l.'; REVLO' 8A\III so. .. no before ,
FBENCHB .._ 1IAK8O_ .THllDeUo Commissioner E.W.,Hodges' motion ;
3UTEA ,27OZ AIiIAMARB 'I. a-1l5oz 'oA/M O BAKERY OTOttCa ONLY, seconded by'Commissioner Maxie
'WIlIE .
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; _:for. ., '" ,$64: ''a1lNDW2 ; I, "9' = .,}. $.149 KAISER 6/89 c was Carter, passed Jr., to unanimously uphold the zoning, board r
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( ii ax"rA BOOYc'; The request was by Mary Ann Soud,
r developer of a subdivision on Samp-

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,...,.........,.. ., .,....,.,,;.Y '" ''1,1': _If ___ -. foot by 217 foot lot In the original ,
COMPARE ._. ..i., :, / {_. : 1, C:: MPAII''t; _. =: 'COMPARE, = Town of Sampson City. i;
.. I qiM; .' ; ; -'A roomful of protesters from Samp-
..PANTRY>..".cwraa..cuf*( ,'." ." !'CArt' LSasPsv"t r 'p'.1, '?j .. '. -PQWDeMCI't".PUDCINd'.A' oSwva cuNoen ALII.Q1..U118ODA,COLLINS MIX feoff City were at the Oct. 27 zoning

,Frenoh. '".Fries". ".....;..!!r'f' "...:w.a.": "' :.i.<.p1c!! B.".., ...M1*" ',;'"'"*-,.rr. :SIIm !a .it.Died .' :- ,.:, 5. :" Canada Dry '.' ..zr.. =..311 board through meeting attorney.-Relaying Terry their Brown objections E
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,.,tswiiifaiLimjui'flToniinliniiU WWI, V, 'nM ''' *.|| Ki f j_ D" N BT OtedHAcm. .. wrj, j--sv-1-(Jf !,(. ** i OT'iBr,': ,Hfv 111'." J '= IAWIt' '_'' __" .*1"D9| YeHovufRtee' i .. ._2f*1 .to the deny zoning Mrs.board Soud's voted request unanimously Neither l !


;:. 'C"I'0. : ';\<:"'9.' i' ''Ge, 1L", ,.)V-*(.i-?iu;t..|*)J BXTHABrmgNQtytonoT- '" : :. a' gLLSBunv1O79 Fudge -. ST''a . .&_79.* Mrs.posed Soud to buy nor the Danny proeprty Scott Involved, who pro-if '
'\ I_ rezoned, attended the zoning board
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.' : f ctt'saYre., ,!_a' a:: .. a:. i .a fe .Crtoketll, ter,99, ''Tea Bags .! .t ,., :. 1 rezoning Brown would pointed permanently out the proposed amend l
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consideration of
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;:.. TU1ataY. .aAUaanxrir rwsAT rriA1! "' \ I ,.' ''- ., D1ETCOKE,8PRn1E. OK SR-lfl/CR-225.
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'fl., .tiI& "7'g''e' 99" "1. 4. 8'8 TAB or TWO UTEA, wrtrrcouroM tile zoning, board In granting a .
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it for a umaH sandwich
4.1 I. ;: shop 'to be

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I An "Old Fashioned" Thanksgiving }ast.,.. ,0.> ,

I kt41"twI when the studenU In Mn. CIndy DeValerlo's third grade class ai $&ar..' 'J( y.1',. rf'' : ""if.'.9IU"1., ; ,,,,;.,,>; :
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NOTICE Bon 1318. Storke, Florida Bradford County. NOTICE, .Hla''..... Hondo 33O12.. e"4' J' Serve Set. Includes removabla' glass"
liner; Tray Is 1041" In length. In
'OF APPLICATION 32091 sole owner, doing Florida OF INTENTIONTO YOU ARE HEREBY
FOR REZONING IN THE CIRCUIT business under the firm Tim North 'A of the REGISTER' NOTIFIED that an action length t rver. Gift Boxed,
I AND AMENDMENT'OF COURT EIGHTH name of TURNKEY PAPER following described property FICTITIOUS NAME for the) adoption of AN-, '
THE JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF COMPANY. P.O. Box : / Mgw :DREW, COREY ltiIy\EHT' "
I LAND USE PLAN FLORIDA 1318, Slarke. florida A 'parcel of land (In the PursuonMto( Io .Soetlen'. has been.filedagainst i > '.'I1J. :' ,
IN AND FOR 33091 Int.nds"to, SWJ4 of $W'/' Of Section 865.09' Florida Statutes you and you ore rind t "" '1..1'. "\ 'i
'An ORINANCE amending BRADFORD COUNTY register said fictitious 14. Township 6 South' .notice I. :thereby. given" to Serve a copy '1iI 'ti5;. '''i .
the Comprehensive nom. und.r the 'Range 22 Eat Bradford 'that thj>wnderslanedv written defenses If any ;. ,I' CI'
'Land U.. Plan Element CIVIL ACTION aforesaid statute. County. Florida; and being Glenda 8oId cchl, Rt..'I)' to It. on the Petitioner's'attorney. 'W!:, I }fr ,,' w4
and Map by Bradford In R.: The Marriage; Dated this 7th day of more' particularly -,Box 830. Uwtey1. Florida.. 'whose name' i I 11 t' "Il'r
County, Florida In accordance DAVID ALAN November A.D. 1983. In d.scrib.d'"o. follows: 37058, sole ownST.-dolrig and address Is: WM. ABESSENT r..' ., ;" 1

with the local TOMLINSON, Husbandand Bradford County. Commence at the business Uf.dM the-llrm ; ,. m. ESQUIRE .,, .- 'f.
Gov.rnm.nt Comprehensive 11/104tpdl2/01 Southwest' comer of the name oh GLENDA'S BESSENT iMOODY IlSALZMAN : "'"(.
Planning Act MARLA ROBINTOMLINSON SW'ai SWV4 of the SHEAR OESION! ( .1aiSvThompson | ; ,, 403 "West .. '
of 1975 as provided for inChapt.r BID'- afaredescrlbed "section /Stlif.::/ .Stoifce, 'Georgia' Street, P.O. Bo* J 1 ;: :
163 of'tho .WIf. FOR THE PURCHASE township and range and Florida 32091. Intends to .1056. Itar..., Florida 'I I
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Florida Statutes. OF REMOUNTINGONE 'run thence' North register *od 1- fictitious" 32091, and c'file the
i NOTICE OF SUIT ((1)) MODULAR 003-20" East a.distance' name 'under\-lhe; '< TO: All Cltiiens. Taxpayer NO PROPERTY ,TYPE I AMBULANCE of 672.84 feet for Point of aforesaid statute, '. the above styled court on
and oth.r Interested 1'1! Beginning. From Point of {*Dated this. 8th day '?f or before December:>? IS., 1
persons, TO: David Alan s The Bradford County.' Beginning thus .describ Novemberi fuD. 1983. InBradford A.D., 1983: otherwise a11vdg.m.nt
Tomllnion, F.E. Warren Board of. County' Commissioners ed, continue .North ; c. may be 41.ndcianelld.s 1 \
You and ....h of You Air Force Base 4126 EastE. will: :.open 0'03'20" Cast a distance c'ounty.'t.; entered against you for ?

or. h.r.by and h.r.wlth Str..'. Cheyenne sealed bids on Monday. of 200.00 feet to-a point; M/Q4tpdl2/0.... ,...la. the relief. demanded In 1474 yaatlCi> L'elgtit
given notice In accordance Wyoming 82001. December S, I983r< at run thence North E) r the: complaint or .peti!
{ with Florida' YOU ARE HEREBY 10:00: a.m. In Commissioner 89"43'3v" East a'distance t fl ; f CsrnpEtRr4lSoxtQ n '" .+ .. ,,
Statutes that the City NOTIFIED'' that on action Room 219. of 400.00 feet to a point 'OF INTENTIONTOR J WITNES'myhohdand.Ith. ) r, ,
Council Breaker Florida, for dissolution' of marriage Thai, County Commissioners run thence South 5TEr NAME;., > seal of said Court on '
( will' conduct, public, has been filed request that air OtttOT West a distance Fiarniow rtiwwi t'i'I t November* 8. A.D. 1983. N
hearing at a regular against you and you are bids submitted ... In ac. of 200 'loot to a point run funuonrl '' Section. j ..GILBERTS. BROWN "
; meeting held at 7:00: required to serve a copy cordonte with. the Terms*' thence South 19"439" W As Clerk of sold ct'f f
P.M. In the Town Hall of 'of your written defenses, and Conditions ;of the'. .'West a distance of 400.00 865.09, FlorMs' Stahttes 'By: lisa Alvarez I
Brookar. Florida on '.If any to It, on the plain- Specifications. A copy of feet, to Point of, Beginning. notice Is ,litereby. given/ ..Deputy Clark
Tuesday January 10, tiff's attorney, ''whose- 'lho.. specifications will thar the iuynvslaried, ,11/24: 4tchg 12/15: ,
1984 to consider amending name and address Is be In .... Clerk of the Cln has !been flied againstyou Earl R. Gentbav M, and 'T 1I
I the Comprehensive DUDLEY. HARDY. P.A.. cult Court Office and you ore required Wanda Ce iVeou,' )lolnt
land Use Plan 1030 '' ,Owners, doing business
to provide P.O. Drawer Th. of
County ,reserves to serve a copy your .,
that land curr.ntly Starke.; Florida 32O9I under the Urn. pom, ofr\ '
''the right/ to reject any :written defenses. If any .,
designated' by the planas ((904)) 96>4.5701, and filer. and all bids. to It on the plaintiff's at- GAME RCHMW.,. 360 : H."< r. M J lt
sing!. family b. the original with the Gilbert S. Brown. 'torn y, whose.. name find Temple Avenue, $tOrit., Jj
emended and styled.court Clark to the Board address TERENCE M. Florida 32QJ1 i' Intend to'reaisfer I
designated as Mobil. 1/113tchg 1201IN BROWNESQ..; "Tomlln- ...$,JictitlU $ ,
I Home the> prop.rty of December 15. I983i .san a Brown.. ...A.. .....tOfflc. nom. "..... ,',? the, \
THE CIRCUIT
l.L. and Vivian Parkeri .otherwise a (Judg.may ....-' .. SDrow.r 40.Starke oforoaold ,I titylW.r k "
'L. described as follows: be entered against COURT OF THE Florida 32091 Dated ....., : t .
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1; City.. In Iho.,complaint CIRCUIT. 1983. and tile' the Bradford 1i ,_, Gift b r td. Lvrt
BRADFORD COUNTY \
r'j( ins i You or. further given or petition r original wlthr the clerk of 11 .,/lit
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my CASE NO. 83-441 this Courteither before ,: \' ', ; ,. :
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proposed seal I of Court an'November
: ._ ''service one '...lnt".OI. ,
I :.i Is available for 8. 1983.' ELMER M. JONES 1orn.y.onJmmedlotely, YC "
: I x your Inspection/ at.:the' BROWN !.LET
GILBERt thereafter: otherwise a E < iUS'
and HELEN F.JONES,
1 :t'.( .. Office of City Hall.. As Clerk of said Court '"alnll"'I' default will be entered CIRt.UI'jSRAD I
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f : Brook. Florida. ,ByJ.rlon kfloe 1IJ." ",' ) I ,'.y; aaatntt. you for the reliefijmanded .. uIN f fM
;; \': Each and every person As D.puty Clerk. ""1 ROBERTJ.; : t.riliH'Y'f) :l'\ In the'com-
having any Interestwhatever U/10 tchto 1701'x4NOTlct' f,,, '-,' plaint or petition.y :coutSOu1R. .
Defendant-' ':itt....,.,
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by Linda 'Wharton; Lake Region Monitor Editor greatcircus s/performers, circus" .acts h'adgedies'r''i d a.

:memorabilia, some of which'date back to !the early 19Ws." / ,t ,
:' Aa air of excitement and anticipation'Is there under the: > The circus performer was recently introduced: at Art r ac
big top when the leader strikes up the band and the ring'master Factors! in Keystone Heights along with many of IwtV-," (
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S they gore to the heights of the big top to watch: the daring' She recalls that when her mother would 'yto brush tho,j FeMmannr; I* shown riding 'one' ot her high tepplng"' print was reproduced by Metros photographer, )
the air. tangles from her hair she would would JoeS
trapeze artists as they fly gracefully through cryThe chimps steeds In one of the circus1 grand finale parades. Dauer. 7T
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.A Melrose resident knowsn about the lights andsounds come and take the hairbrush out of her motaer'a hand and

of the big top but not as an observer. She know proceed to brush ElU's hair for her, and without *. ,
what It is like behind the scenes. How it .Is to travel from whimper from Elli.
town to town week after week in a crowded sleeper car. During performances) with the chtmpst' Elli'*' father polar bears. parents were rather strict and would sot i let her socialize
How It is to walk miles from the train depot to the fairground made her stay out of sight Because If the chimps spotted John Rlngling saw the act, bought It and brought with the other performer, but a little midget managed to
and if late how! it feels to miss. breakfast U the her, show time wee over. They would run to EUi, disrupting Schroder and his bean to America. It was two yean later sUp by the watcbf 4 !eye of he parents: and,bring bed notes
"flag Is down" on the dining tent. How it is to make do the whole act,hoping It was time to play. that EW and her mother Elsa followed. from her admirer .
with Just two buckets of water a day to bathe wash your Kill's father was m Russia performing when World War Elli.who by !then was In her teens, recalls that they arrived Then as the romance progressed Ellie>an off and I
hair and do your dirty laundry. And then, as the curtain I broke out.-His partner; glthma n,-was allowed to- when the circus was at their winter quarter in West eloped with Slivers Johnson. She said things were rather
fall on the last show,how it is to traipse back through the leave the country,. but sine. Schroder was German he Baden*Indiana. She said her father tried to get the circus strained between the, newly,weds and her parent*, but
darkened town with only flares marking.the way to the; ,was detained. ? *', manager to give her a job In the office, since she was proficient finally her parents accepted the marriage and she and
circus train for the night Journey" to the next ltan i...: Luckily he had performed for some high Austrian army in both English and German and could take shor Slivers returned to the circus: : : :
FeI4 nann;now 78 years old, not only has these officials at one time and they granted special permission:, thand. She had a son by Slivers,,Walterwbowp$born at!the Indiana ,
55memotst but many fond memor[,s of the life she lived for him to the leave the country. But be was told not to ate But the manager, after getting a look at EUl formed circus quarts ; ; .
Sunder the big top as a bareback equestrienne on high stepping tempt taking any gold coins out with Alma another opinion,"She'i going out there where people. can But things didn't go weft for lAerjVtowon. and Em and I
manege hones and as an aerial performer on the, Sine bis whole season's' earning ,were In gold coinsU',i see her," Elli recalls him saying. Slivers were later divorced: ,." .. ,
; Ingjng ladder.- '. Schroder warms soot. So be purposely neglected to clean:!!: It was shortly after that thai thus met Rudy Rudinoff Her parents left the circus, moved'toDetroit,
1 "She performed under her maiden name Elli Schroeder the. champs cages for several. days; I hid ,t the gold coins In f- who taught her how to ride and ,,she began her. own Michigan where her .father.became. the curator': :, at, the '
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'The 87 page booklet Includes many signed pictures of returned to the, Hagenbeck.Zoo. where. he began training /, >was, smitten by the head clown of the troupe. She said her r i "s**$">.t pages .'
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f XwpSSwf ,'*",*?" :- V .. .. ; ,/ 9 ,' ArA..tings? opening of "VI._ of China" an exhibit of Chin*** woodblock print' from th* /Rlngtlni' I
( .......4 High r.........* vs.. Orate Form* fccnketbojl; eoon begin for the Tornadoeses ,, ;. ;' ; ; ...... 1 1 ,Museum and UP collection; l lecture-tilde prentatlon by pr, Dauphn" Ronwlg .

I they go up oeolnt 3A Ocolo For In the first gam of on Invitational ,tournom' ntmnlght Sesr.1L Rtvr. it...nomU. Ceuncfli Liii ....iol.. November 28 In loke Butler. Admliilon mulc from I is red f...Galneivltl.. Suzuki' Players', Friday November 29 at. .'the Thomas. Center. I
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''d'' J .' .,: 1 Bradford. County fcfct. e.rdi \will meet Monday November. II at 7 p.m. In th* school
,I"5 i Unlwi County' Tigers .... K.,.,.iM> MWghf The Tlgws open thir" ragulor' bo.li HMll beard "" meeting .' .;<"[' .,'ntoom.y'M.r1r !. The Florid Stt* Museum... : ,. J
I ,'s.o.on with a contMl against the Indians of Keya ton. ".'''''Ia. The girls varsity tam ..,. t...., .,' .. ..:, Feature* a Florida cove, live Florida .co.ytm*, the Hall of Florida History and .
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.epa-oil the doubt ImaaW' ot 6 p.mi followed by"the guys"at' ,p.m. 'In loh.- 1Iutt.l r.i..v .i".. CHy,jS", .....*l.nt will/ meet at 7, p.ntk>Tuday) December 8 at city hall. ". ,, "Mayan Poloc and Obct| Gallery. Hour 9-S weekday and Saturday., Tuetday open Mil! .j
t, '.. ,; ):111 : *, \maa'f' [W'r! A";''. tinlW 'vft[ ,t\1 V. ? '(,i. f i f.-Itr.' Mar<4a Cnn CmMlry: Meat will be ht\4on\", Frtldoy.! Novainb.p' M..at... the K.,**... Hellli. Coy Coaevll \wtIN meet Tueedayw December I a.. the wry hall In onivenhy'! track begInfl! Of 1 p.m. r+:,, :,,: ,,I : "i ;,::' ; i .Key.......,. ...I'I. \' 1> J..rAWlI d i nfiP4'.a.." ..fr ,,. ..
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p.m: CIf! the.W_'. Club and In Stai-H .on Monday nights at *:30 p.m. Call F.gRegl.tsr "Queen of Rock", an,ex-member ol; the sup.rgroup, .Fleetwood MaCv .bring* her
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MeKhaHCalUlft."J.y Rodgers M Robert Asher.. are .by.lb. FlurUa State Legislature to eassr that Mwtral
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'HUH Writer more advanced,technical cialike science and computer education: . .. .
Bits. 'Bytes. M-K memory. Soft- these two new computer courses we .
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These and a boat of other computer that report combined 'with a machines do not la and of themselves All selections' ? include cup of fresh homemade cream of broccoli)I soup; choice of
terms are becoming commonplace to heightened sense of international tension guarentee improved Instruction or two vegetables hot biscuits and cranberry '
students on all grade levels as a wave and competition, with.Japan in student acbeivement, they beleive sauce. .
of new technology sweeps over local the automotive fields, for example that this new technology .will DESSERTS "'
schools. finally spurred the legislators who .strenghten the state's efforts toward
For the first time ever, and some had been tight with funding for educa- excellence and to equip students. will> PUMPKIN WE; :HOr MINCE POEAPPLE
say' far too late, the Florida State. tion to loosen the purse strings a little.It 1 the "tools of the future*'. '
Legislature has loosened its collective may be late but we're very glad to "Thla.country has got to go back to y \I.
purse strings and has allowed all 67 see that some progress is being I stressing the aocailed."bard. sub PIE I i,
statewide local school districts Including made.? jects" like math and the sciences to =1 BLUEBERRY PIE, .
Bradford, Union and Clay The first course at BHS familarixes compete In this modern society," Dr.
counties, to purchase educational students with with BASIC; the central Miller concluded. "These new computers
computers and additional software computer language required to ;'con- are an important .first, step I
(pre-recorded programs Instructingthe verse" with the new machines. The toward that goal.! .
computer to do a certain task or second more advanced class is called
release certain information on request PASCAL, for the French mathematician -
) in an effort to give students a who Invented the first computing
head start in this new, constantly machines. .
growing technology.At Here at BUS and statewide the
Bradford County High School In growth of the new machines in the
Starke, Instructors and students are school system is rapidly advancing. Santa
busy unpacking a total of Sinew computers Bradford High School received over .
for use in a series of new $26,000 for computer purchases,;and 6 tlsSays:1w
classes designed to maximize ex- additional funds for related software xBfflSr -
perience with the new machines. featuring a variety of educational .
They couldn't have come at a better structton.-:'Sti vs7S5
time,according Computer Sciences Instructional computers''are being .
.Iiwtrwuor Dr. Steven MJJJwv 'mod In mil ft Florid.echoed district..
Miller, who has taught at BUS for 15 There are well over 10,000 microcomputers
years, says students who. don't get being used in classrooms and I .
some basic experience with computers In 1983 nearly 200,000 students used
early may find themselves computers for instructional purposes.
falling behind in the search for Jobs In The Office of Educational
a rapidly changing market place. Technology, created by the Depart-
"We're excited about the new ment of Education in 1981 supports Smart
equipment we've gotten here at BUS districts colleges and universities in
personally I think its about four yearstoo the use of this new technology. One ,. .
late, but better late than not at way the new department helps Is in .'
all" Dr. Miller said during a typically the purchase of often expensive software
busy school day early this week as equipment. Under a statewide
he supervised the unpacking of the computer contract,these savings will Shoppers!
new machines and a trigonometry be In excess of $1,400,000 for 1983. :
class all at once. "Obviously there'sno The department also sponsors .
question that students who learn to seminars, workshops and provides
be comfortable with computers are resource Information to educators
going to fit into the modern workforce throughout Florida to further the use
much more easily. Computers have of the new machines in the local '
been introduced into just about every schools. Watch for
Job field you can Imagine. We have Florida was the first state to enact a Something i
two classes here at BHS right now, a statute addressing the need for computers -
basic class and an advanced class.At- in the schools. It was not until
tendance and Interest in the new ,the Brown' report was issued, '
classes has been high." however that funding was actually .
The major Impetus behind the Increased approved on the much higher level : &
level of funding by the state ,that it is in 1983. New Special ,
legislature for the new computer In 1983 the legislature/reacting to :
equipment came, according to Dr. the Brown report appropriated $10
Miller from a report on education million for districts to purchase additional -\
done on behalf of the legislators by B. software and hardware. '\ '
Frank Brown. Known as the "Brown As part of the Educational Reform : Tiq.
Report" the study Investigated the Act computer literacy will be considered Coming in Next Weeks' :
overall quality of state education and a basic skill and future state
came up with some sobering facts. assessments tests will Incluude items .
"The report was highly critical of on this subject. ,
the overall level of funding both on At the post-secondary level $2.5 l R DFQR, ,
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A Winter Term classes av'atlabieln'lroeghiThursday "I : 15.95

Starke (Mondavi' ; .. .
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Introduction.' to Literature :. .
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Humanities. Introduction to Logic ",,'\ '
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SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER Depending on the variety of the pecan measuring anywhere." from,.,4' to 5'"feet, j
tree, it often takes years before a name (: ( '"
i grower can see a return on his Invest- As winter .approaches, the bulls
"Pecans ire pot Just for pecan pie ment. Some varieties do not begin begin to crack and the nuts are,freed,
on Christina or.Thankgiving." bearing until they are five or six dropping to ground. To aid in this process 1

That's the word from Melrose 'years old, and the grower must wait ,- most pecan growers' have the 1P I
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pecan grower Maprls Bell. And after another five or six years until the slower falling nuts thraslied,from the all, BeD should know. He has been In trees bear enough to show a profit. A trees. Usually the, nuts are. ready IS
the pecan business going on nine full return on the pecan" grower's Investment around the middle of October to the h-
yean now, is often not seen until the middle of November, but according to
trees are 20 years old. Mrs Bell thilt" have been :
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Bell and his wife Barbara, 4 : '
own an Since many varieties, do riot somewhat later: T -
eight-acre grove on SR 26 In Melrose, ,
appropriately named-. Bell Pecan pollinate their own kind most groves Growers in the area agreed that It 'r
Groves. Although BeD considers Us contain several varieties of pecan has not been 'a good year for pecans. :' ,
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of trees. Among the most popular VI haven't seen that nuts in the v '
grove as more a hobby, even his many t r f
hobby requires the same yearroundcare varieties, Bell notes Stuarts, Curtis. area this.yean" Bald Belli explaining -1'r '
that a)larger> fOre requires. and Kennedy. that some growers say I It-has been too >1 J 1
Fertilize spray:; Pecans are 'often thought of as being dry one year then.too much rain the ;inext. 1 'N 1' t + ;.
cultivate and
harvest synonymous with the South. A ,/ but> Bell feels- 'as" hough w r P:
those are .continuous
good ole' Thanksgiving or Christmas everyone Is just grasping for answers > \
concerns >otha pecan grower, would without and the real reasons remain unknow.
never seem complete apecan
Modern day equipment bad made the'
work easier,'especially for the larger,' pie. But, after all, 190 million On*tf then'&itftlJs Dda7.el e q i '
grower who to meet oiten in the post' pounds of these delicious nuts are produced ; -'! -ih8t'; 'lJh Jricsra'AI flul 1si1j .

tier to now afford available the sophisticated to pecan growers.equipment Souths on Three-fourths an average of year the pecans in the i- :: "tt \ o'f.rJ\f&tti' Ia'- -

sold are as shelled nuts with the remaining are just as good as the day they were.
The larger growers usually own number sold either as cracked put In the freezer," said Bell. _
their own tree shakers mechanical nuts or still In the shell. ,
harvesters, cleaners and mechanical And what do you do with pecans Pecan Season..

crackers, where be smaller owners somewhere, Mrs. Bell estimates between that 15-20, "there pecan are other tbanuse' them,in pecan.pies, _\'I BarJKtfa BclI'4f Melrose uses an old mechanical cracker For a' story on the pecan auction. see page 1-A of I
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have tree shakers' in and hire 1 Just.try; lol1\e o ,moue motet '
come groves in Melrose/Earlton area. .'. i i"l it r41J it: 1n1f1,/ bortlon 0' her,: pecan, ero!'. the Bradford: "e1e!!
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help pick up the pecans.Mont of the J -
larger growers la.the SUrlce. area Some as small 'as five acres" and r .If'g') 1t1 t I ;. '. ((? to tstier? the .ooconJ4ovf; '
several as large as loo acres. -'J
report that after :the: nuts are }:' I! t .''ea fojireatsGreatloroSnoclii Sfk"1i-< -/J j.b 'Di ;tusn )
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harvested they are taken to the Bradford County Extension Dlrec- ( ; .j I c.flour | tllck moraerln) *<
."armer'. Market in Starke where tor Bobby Taylor said that there are 'I egg whit % '. vanilla 'A cup chopped pecans ,;\j "| '
they are sold. Lakeland the pecans four or five commercial groves and V e.brown sugar 2 c. pecan (halves) .Combine Ingredients untie:"Ycrodbly.P.5.5 .
are shipped to Fla. for about 30 or 40 home use groves In. Mat *gg whit' to: aft pink. Add -. mixture Into bottom of fcnl:$<>an..fake .
cleaning and cracking before being. Bradford County. brown,s''gay JlrtCVirfllfc.'fdla'.Ml'pii'dn.KrAfter ( at 300' for 1> minutes; until (light
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sold to the general public. The pecan Is of the walnut family < welUeoofW; } ja/HoV It KhiJ\jt '....w.... Cool. '?,. |,.'tloy.r
place OH cookie heet. Bak M 250 for 30minute. '> '
Like most smaller growers, afterBen's and Is considered one of the finest .' en Top of CruttJ,
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crop is harvested he and his nuts In flavor The most popular typeof pecansto First layerlff i \
: wife clean the pecans which will be pecan Is the thin-shelled variety or remain. In 4"-:1: for 30 minute. I c. powdered sugar ..*,pkg.:.cr.em, .
1 I sold In their,shells;' Since the!Bells as it Is most commonly called, ," ".foliaay Dell gl a t'4 f b I h'.lt a! 04"' '; .-. --
also sell some cracked nuts and shell-' ."papershell". The size of pecans vary jj (Easy'AndDellvlQOstfIn U I t>( r .>WkagoVot>' \ 'tool Whip .
ed pecans, they also have the tedious greatly. A pound of pecans can be as bottom of U*' l pan Combine' sugar and cream cheeses. Ml.
Job' of cracking these nuts and many as 225 pecans or as few as 45. Mod %..butter layer In order well. Add Cool Whip and spread mixture 1 O
separating the meat from its hull Do not mix or stir over crust. .
Unlike the colorful of
orange groves
The Bells have a small shop behind central and south Florida, the pecan .1'/ c. vanilla wafer, crumbled 1 pkg. Init. choco.Second pudding Layer (smell.ts..) :BeerWneMixersLocally ,
their home, which sits on the edge of often go unnoticed as one 1 e. flaked coconut
groves cold milk / Owned Price Wise Stores
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1-. ... pkg. chocolate chip. \ cups ; j ;
their Once the drives through this area of Florida.
pecan grove. pecans
are ready for sale, a large' "cans The dark leaves of the pecan trees fall .!-* o.. pkg.' butterscotch chip. Combine has and pour ever. layers" :'whenmbtturo Joined Together To'Save You Mane .

For Sale' sign goes up, the doors to to the ground In the winter, leaving tli.-gnrimd'.fecani' ... 1>0" /W set.Thirdtay.r '
the shop are opened and the Bells are them barren and making them an inconspicuous J,c. sweetened. cond. mllk.l":! 'J. (lA'I >) 'on. ;.;and.rtpnnklo : .QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,: .
plead remaining Cool Whip (fo,
prepared for another selling part of the surrounding Bake year .: with chopped. lend tepwHn TI
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trees can reach a height of 180 feet Chocolate us.ra.1a'S
The Bell grove will soon be 60 years Supreme .


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I Six Motorist ArrestedOn ti,,, picket. I. Crown, J Tamlrov.

Traffic Violations Her. 8 Bourbon 1.:. Vodka xI

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: area were arrested on traffic violations :::750 LTR >-+"!';M.I LTR

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driving while license suspended 11'f!
and carrying a concealed firearm, r.
according to Patrolman William
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Gibson was stopped at 12:05: a.m on
CRr223 west of US-301in Lawtey, his
blood alcohol content was .15 percent. -c Kahlua
Bond for the charges was set at
$2,000. Gibson was released from Schenley Bentley'sVodka Liqueur
custody Nov. 17 when be' posted O.F.C. .
surety bond. r 750

Helarlo Pineda of Starke was ar- tx r.. .'. LTR 1TR'qtlttnlq

rested November.and charged with 9 raFG -

driving while intoxicated and no valid o, -, ; ';
driver s license, according to TrooperD. e 1 Z: .799 5'g'g'
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blood alcohol content was .1$ percent. -
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Dwight Anthony Tipton of West
Palm Beach was arrested November
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license suspended according to / 1U 9.99.. .
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Tipton was stopped on CR-16E, his t Cream of Dewar's, ,
license was suspended September, White
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bond., 14996 foot ars't 699 Men's Western 750,
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Ricky Allen Justice of Madison Artificial Christmas tree with 62 tips Long and W sleeve tops In solid Long sleeve western or plaid si lru, IcJ Can.i "6.g 91 .
Hts., Va. was arrested November 18 and stand. Easy assembly. colors and designs.Popular sleeve and 'In many colors. Sizes. S.M.L.XL. or..
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and charged. with driving while .4 Foot Tree..........................7.99 neckline styles. Sizes S.M.L.XL. Boys' 4-7 .'.......9!Boys''8-18 \,...5.99 j,75.
license suspended and having no tag, ,
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Justice was stopped on SR-loo. 2 99 Ladles 8 '' .

Bond for the charge was set at $200. Mini Lights Pants \ ''palir'"' Denlm'Jealis .., .
Justice was released after he posted a Set of SO Christmas lights for indoor Jr. and misses twill and poplin pants Cotton Jeans with back pocket treat*
cash bond or outdoor use.Flasher bulb included with pleat pockets, cinch back,,pelf ment. Sizes 28 to 38. '
and UL approved._ belts and mprff fashto rtatUYesAs' 4-7 ....5.99 Boy*'1-1. ..:.S.99 ::749
Paul A- Russo. 24, of Gainesville' 'ClanMacGregor '" .
was arrested November 19 and charged -
with driving while Intoxicated, ac- '1 a 1 1 ) Bacardi '
cording to Trooper B. A. Williams. '
Russo was stopped at the Intersection :Scotch Gin ,Rum!
of US-301 and Call St., his blood iTRGordon's
alcohol content was .12 percent. i iANo ITR. ,LTR. .
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Bond for the charge was set at$300.

Russo recognizance.was released on his own 6' '99 Ii .7 .'


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Bond for the charge was set at$300. -=- r 10011 THftU MMEMMR 30. 1983 _
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'JMP4U1on, of a firearm by a felon. IteffshMrt l.tJI Heavy duty undry Bonterly :3>> for 'II! Decorator box ,4. to 991 Bioton PhisHhop YSTOIIE ", -..TSl.tWA.' :'
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I having a hand held revolver,,according MaCIel A .L ." .. Oasit, LoufiMWoldo !,
t to U. Glen Moore. Thanksgiving Bay 1 PM To 6PM ''t \ Mips' North o.r. \',;
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father became the curator,at'the could bring her hor e ,
;i Detroit Zoo. EIU continued to travel 'weU that PUt a whole new light
with the circus and would fend her It," said Ellf on
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1 son, Walter to stay with her parents became very good friends. Thompson StreetIn
while she was on the road V : ? 011 trip to Orandln to Merle Norman
visit "P
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Elli met her second husband, [ ft* d that EIU and her hus- ,
v Hetnrich Feldmann,at a surprise birthday wnfHftarich found their retirement
party for her that consisted of property Just south' of Melrose. A 35" # ':
all German people: ,v ",. =when they could; .bring their PermReB 7 ;
"He was*real educated mad"EIU n \'
said[ adding that they were married $25Shampoo [
soon thereafter{ :. Although' E1U' do an't'' have any Special ..e
horses anymore, her love for the maJestic -
It was during the early 306'when animal is aWl evident through
Fill finally gave up the circus because pictures In her home;;

: : \ she to work said anymore.her husband didn't' .want', her And although Ellis life Is. now Cut & Blow-Dry ,'

The Fekhnann's'then moved south'to without the fan fare of the ring master '
4 Fort Lauderdale' where ; they announcing her act and the thrill of Women Reg., 14" Men Reg.11M

managed a trailer park. !i.EIU i. '.: performing on her: high stepping '
.said that one day this couple steeds she has her memories that bring 10.50 7,50
came to their door to Inquire'! about a chuckle: to her voice and a glintIn 1
,the park: 1mpritmmt her eye when she talks about her.
imH ft..Is.t'raskedberif the life under! the"big top."

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Elite Feldmann as she Is today Elli ti posing In front of her Melrose home Bradford High School Auditorium. '
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*'Bradford County raffle-Qim .al, license case dismissed pay $10'coat. Court November 14. 'There were 88 Narcle Thornton McKinney, no,
I r cases scheduled on the court calen. valid driver license, fined $55.23. 'f ,
'dar.John 'Narcle Thornton McKinney., ..Im .
A. Glover, driving while Intoxicated proper tag, fined $55.25. Crusadej : :
fined$281.50 license lu pend. Arthur Lee Daniels, no valid driver. B Iiilical.Preaching:
'ed' six months, attend driving while 'licence, fined $55.25. : -- -
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." intoxicated (DWI) school,. complete .Randall Allen Roberta, no valid Choir: :. ; I
50 hours'community service 'work driver license, produced valid license \ ; '
under supervision of the Salvation ArJ :and$10 cost. .' > .< - -., my. Rose Marie Hayes, driving while .'. .. ,..,
Terry: Edward Head, driving while ,license suspended or revoked, fined k ;
Intoxicated, fined $281.50 license ,$85.50. ;; ? .r. America'sGreatest
suspended 'six, months must attend Vincent.Maurice McCray, driving SoulStirringWliish I .
DWI SO hours coma : t '
school; complete 'while license suspended or revoked :
'munity service work under Salvation produced valid license, pay$39 coat. .: l I'
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... ""Army' supervision.'Terry : Walter Jordan Padelford, driving ,. ." ', I". :' j I
Edward Head, speed too[ast while license suspended or revoked,; ;
conditions, fined $39. ; \i : i : Evangelist.
for pay $25 cost :( \ : 1
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intoxicated, fined $281.50, license while license suspended. or i; E 'f < rii ; '
". ;suspended six: months attendOWi, fined $59.25: :"Jf ', {." ....} .. ', 1
school,, 50 hours G. Alderman, '
iMI.J must complete com- Thomas I '
:;C'Jnunity service work under the super. while license suspended,or revoke,, I. '. ., 1" ,.Hloh...;
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vision of the Salvation Army. :: .fined $85.50.Thomas j
: 'WIllie Perry, driving while'Intox'u G. Alderman, ''unlawful :,' ";:I' ;" i.' ,. .
", icated, fined $544, license suspendedfive speed, fined$50-' .' ':', S "lax .". .
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must serve 20 days in Jail. on license suspended, fined $8.50. w'' I "ar11MOODY ."
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1 under the supervision of the Salvation. fined $114. '. '',,,.., $' 'i .. .' .
1 Dennis Dale Whiter wilful-wanton :: ; ADAMS : ';'
Willie Perry, driving while. 'license\ reckless driving, fined $85.50. ..,, ; ;.' :, ..' .
suspended! fined $59.25. :Otis William Waldron, "! ...' AJVIERSCA'S FRONTLINE EVANGCUSTCrusade
Neal R. Llndberg;driving while intoxicated .-. 'while license suspended or revoked ,t. ,. .
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fined $820.50 must fined $85.50.Otis : I
DWI. school, license suspended William Waldron. no tag;fined ;;'. -.ii' :'j11(,, ; ,'
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,. main under supervision of the Salvation .- Harold Mitchell, no valid -driver S "" /p' ; .'. i;
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Charlie Junior' Welcome,revoked driver license: fined$59.23. r. ';:.". .; 'r, (
t"+ while license suspended or ..Blanc' Maria; Arroyo impropertag j'
.fined$59.25. fined S5 .25. ; Dedication Service i !
-. Franklin Eric McClensghan driv- Mary Elizabeth Prom, leavingscene .; ;, !r'f\
1 t.lng\ while license suspended or revok-j; of accident, fined$59.25.' ? ,. ",', '. ( "I. '"
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tag, $1>6.25. ; : < ..Crawford 'driving i School AuditoriumI ,' ::1:
.. -. ;: Charles Wheeler.,, no- valid driver while J lntoilc ted, toed$281.50, Bradford High .
incense{ fined $55.25.co" license. suspended for six 'months': 'l J ,;;; ':: : ( : ,. .
'"'Charles Wheeler/ unlawful'sped.' .. l must, attend DWI school, '90 hours- ',.' -. .' .' IJ! .,. .....;:, .:' \\tIi1j'Jt.: ". .. '"Id ,.
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I. 1 Inmate's' Mercy Plea is Reje'c tI 4 1,I


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I Florida's Supreme Court refused to Schmidt, an assistant restaurant Appeals HI rtiumta upheldfibaf\ .. ;
grant the appeal for mercy of Robert manager In Homestead. Sullivan and lion Jan. 17, 1983. .' ..? \
Sullivan scheduled to die in the elec- an accomplist: robbed a Howard The Atlanta court In May refused :
tric chair next Tuesday Nov 29. Johnson's and shot Schmidt four change Its mind and the U. I,
On a 7-0 vote, the state's highest times April 9, 1973. Supreme Court on pet. 17 again '
court also said it was frustrated by Sullivan has been on Death Row a ,ed to hear the case. ',?? i
repeated appeals In Sullivan's case record 10 years. lie was the seventh That cleared the way for ;
and blocked defense attorneys from person sentenced to die under Nov. 8 warrant. -/o-( ;
seeking a rehearing. Florida's revised death-penalty law. Even though there has not.been
The attorneys were expected to The sentences of the other six have execution since'' 1979. .the' :
press the appeal In federal court. been reduced to life. system must 'still : ','
The state says it Is willing to go to scheduled execution. Starting '
The state's high court soundly re- unusual lengths to make sure days prior to the scheduled date
jected defense arguments that Graham's warrant Is carried outLast security both Inside and outside
Sullivan's case was not viewed In week Attorney General Jim prison must be arranged I
light of other cases since Sullivan has Smith promised he would vigorously The official representatives and
been on Florida's Death Row the fight last minute mercy appeals to media representatives Who will
longest make sure Sullivan Is the first man to present at the execution must All fh; .;
"Defendants whose sentences of die .}.In Florida's electric chair since identified and cleared,'"'I t ?tlI ,"
death have been affirmed 'cannot John Spenkelink, who was executedon Superintendent Richard Dugger. ; ';
challenge their sentences again and May 25, 1979. Arrangements must.,be made wi I.
again each time the death sentence of local authorities for security1 r'J'\ .'
a later convicted murderer is reducedto In 1974, the state Supreme Court the prison and a tightening of \ .'
life Imprisonment" the Justices upheld, ,Sullivan'l conviction and Inside the prison must be put Into I : a ; ; ,
said in an unsigned opinion. "There sentence, The U. S. Supreme Court feet as well, Bald Dugger: ver) n '
would be no end to the process and no refused to review the case In 1979. must be coordinated.with.the ; ; {,k :,, ;
standards for comparison." In 1979, Graham signed a warrant office In. order for an.; xecutio i .
Sullivan 38, is fighting a warrant, ordering Sulllivan executed. A should one occur' to run smoothly. :< ;; \' .I
signed Nov. 8 by Gov. Bob Graham federal Judge blocked the execution. It,takes alot of time, and .prepation ,.. '; .j,I
ordering his execution at Florida In 1981 a federal district court In with many people working :'
State Prison.SUlivan was condemnedfor Florida turned down Sullivan's mercy1\ time for a scheduled.execution*\ t. ,
the 1973 murder of Donald appeal. The 11th U.S.Circuit Court: ,of, Dugger., ..;. i ,a. '
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Inmate Suspect: prior cases were dismissed : !' : < :>r!

In New River DeathA .state misdemeanor attorney's trials.office. There > \ ; ''

New River Annex prison Inmate The office declined to : j '
is being held In connection with the cases and two cases were srlt : ,;
slaying of another convict who was by the court. ; \' l | | I S I ''
24 guilty pleas were accepted .
found bleeding profusely. and later P' .
died. office once again due to /
Possible charges' are pending sentencing guidelines,.laid ; -)
against James E. Osteen, of Dade There were 44 initial i
County who told Investigators he hada or arraignments In traffic f
fist fight Nov. 9 with the victim, 17 cases were handled
Daniel Von Bolschwing. said prison arraignment.Two .
spokesperson David Skipper. petitions were filed in '
Osteen, serving three years for court and five cases were ,', .
by the office of the state ITA'KU'-'I
possession of cocaine,drug parapher- '-
nalia burglary and grand theft Four guilty pleas were accep : ,
investigators he hit Von Bolschwintoldg, '
33, on the right side of the face several Georgia Man

E times.Von Bolschwing, serving eightyears For Auto TheftAn aeclli:1 diploma by taking Che, ,toIetOldsmobile'USER

1 for burglary, was found adja- 18-year-old Macon, Ga.
cent to the prison dormitory Wednes- been arrested in Starke and : further information CAR SPECIALS
day night (Nov. 9)), bleeding from the with stealing a vehicle. ;; ddline for
right eye nose and mouth, Skipper Claude Thomas Harper registering,

I, said.Osteen told Investigators that Von grand rested November theft-auto after 15 and he Testing dates and 1983 Honda Accord LX Coupe .

t Bolschwing had harassed him before stole a 1977 Buick Loaded with equipment, Clean as Brand New and It's Q|
when they served time in another currency from a woman In t. One Owner
prison and that he had decided to according to Investigator Don .
tackle the problem when Von and Deputy Paul Stegall. I ;Dec. 7'& 8 t $ O.495.OG
Bolschwing entered the 'facility Harper was apprehended at : .
Wednesday. morning. py Mart at 7 a.m. He .
An autopsy was performed on Von custody of the Bradford t 1983 Pontiac Firebird Coupe

Bolschwing County, Skipper}, who said.was from Duval At his first appearance ; 6:30'p.m. V6 engine, Auto. Trans., Stereo'; Air Cond, and{more' ,,!
to wave extridition. :"
The Bradford County Office of the : l 8rl5 p.m. Also a One-Owner; .
State Attorney received the case from --, '
Prison Inspector EdSands..ptov. 21, Starke Man-Ater ( 8-tO Si ;.I, s9',899o00'. "r9ffsR l1:1.f ')Ja .
i, .. according .to.;UnvesUgalor Wiley : '
..*"Clark.investigation Charges may and/or bellied a grand followingan jury-*' A 64-year-old Starke man ,.__ r'1' 82' tsun Lll H""o"44,'K3ng }a '

inquiry, said Clark. rested for shoplifting after the Bucket Seats, Air Cond., and topper ? Clean! .QneOwner

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Starke Woman ArrestedFor s7,895.001982TChevy

Welfare FraudA e

41-year-old Starke woman was arrested Chevette 4. Door'Sedan

welfare November fraud. 17 and charged with Auto Trans.. Air Cond., Clean -.3 .to Choose ,from
0 and.All One Owners
Mary Edwards Black was releasedon
her own recognizance, according
to Lt. Glen Moore. 'Bond ,for the 4388.00 ,
charge was set at $500.
1981 Chevrolet 4 Wheel. Drive; '

Starke Man ArrestedOn 1 A Speed;''. Power', Steering arid Brakes New White SpokeWheel !
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and Tires
2 Counties ChargesA STARKE.PREREaiSTRAtlON" a 1 '. "

46-year-old Starke man was ar- : 96,488.OO ;
rested on charges from Bradford .
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County and a warrant from Alachua 1980 Buick Regal Coupe A ''I
County last week when he turned
himself Into the Bradford County \/6, -Auto! Trans.! Tilt & Stereo Clean as a pn| ', One!
Sheriffs Office. Monday' Nov 14 $.00 a.m. ii 3:30: p.m. & 6:00: ; p.m. 'Ow-per. "IT!
James Edwin Akridge was chargedwith Tues-Frl Nov 15.18 PREREGISTRATION 8:00: a.m. 3:30: p.m. V x' -
defrauding innkeeper and grand Monday Nov 21' PREREGISTRATION -='8:00: a.m. p 330; p.m. & : 1:00: p.rn/ !, *6388.OO :, ;( '
theft in Bradford County when he was [Last day to register for Gainesville! classes in Starke] ,
arrested November 17. according to Thurs.Frl Nov 24-25''
Deputy Eugene Lee.Akridge was also Thanksgiving HQl! 'y' 1979: Olds 88 ,4 'Door: Sedans; :- ': 't

checks charged on with the two Alachua counts warrant.of worthless Mon-Frl Nov 28-Dec 2'' 'REGISTRATION-1tarke Classes Only) V8, Auto. ,Trans., P.S., P.Bl" &, Aif Coq .., Solid; .aby

Bond for the Bradford charges was 8:00: a.m.; :>'33; (); pm,} : \/ Blue, Paint ,
set at $1,000. Bond for the Alachua Tuesday. Dee 8 Special Evening Registration (Starke Classes Only) $
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charges was set at the amount of the ;. >I"'"J I j(6.00( 7:00:: p.m.)1'; ) :;$&''' ", ': .. 4,988.OO ,, .,' :
two worthless checks written to Mon-Fri Dec 28-30 Santa Fe Com, College ClosedCHRISTMASOLIDAYS}

Blount Pontiac in Gainesville, $1,047. I. .S', h'; & r .. 197.9Ford LTD.4 Door' Sedan ,.<: '' .
Akridge was released on his own Tuesday Jan 3 REGISTRATION (Starke Classes' Onjy'j} ..- Local ;
Windows
recognizance for all charges. P.S..P.B., P. Sto eo' & AirCondt { One j
8:00: a.m'. 3:30: p.m.: & 6.00 7:00: p.m. ** FEES DUE a/ : Owner Car '
Wednesday Jan 4 CLASSES BEGIN LATE REGISTRATION; -6.0Q 7.00 p.'rrt.. .j < "
LCI Inmate Monday Jan 16 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS (lnJSfarke)4'./,: $4.588.00'1979
Missing AND RECEIVE A REFUND '*-"' ; ,,'J. I s ",' .. '"
From Work Release JobA Friday Feb 24 LAST: DAY TO ,
DROP CLASS & HAVE REMOVED ''
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white male Inmate from Lawtey J." ., ,,, ...,;i FROM RECORD ; '" ..xl,0'\":i ;, Buhk'Regal.LlmltedCoupe.: ,
Correctional Institution is reported Wed:Fri Mar i., 15,1" ",.NO CLASSES'r, : r" KS.,.,P.B.,,'Stereo and T-Tops Local; .qrep..v.er"'C'eQn) ;::|

missing from to Superintendent his work release job James,according Friday Apr 20 Classes. Enjl'f 'I. \ 1 ';*'.''''', .; 5688.OO : ''I .."" I

Wainwright. Mon--Thur Apr,23-26 FINAL EXAM DAYS FOR NIGHT CLASSES. ,

Inmate a three-year Raymond Leon sentence Griffin,from serving ;. (Exam Times.fnStarkeontyj:; ] 7:00: ,i-Q.Op: : p.m.) 1978 Olds'Cutlass Brougham Coupe '

Duvall County,left the Baldwin Truck .. 0' ,* Loaded; ;:with Stop at approximately 10:30 /
Monday Nov. 21, said $3,988.OO

pm'l l 'CLA.SS'' 'S C"H'E'OULE '
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Bradford Receives "' ,flgJot) 'Vellow,with.'Whiteinlerlor: >I V 8Auto.Trons; ,-, AlrJ

:'. 37 .Felony Cases .' ;-.. T 4 ,Ij;''", "_ .r Cond P.S.". '; '&, P.B,';*;One Owper ..Clean" .
The Office of the State Attorney in COURSE, .. SECTION.., 'ID COURSE TITLE . TIM DAYS: 'CR 'INSTRUCTORENC '
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the month of "
Three of the Ocotober.new 'COO 1201SSI 061p CompulerConcept.l"| 7.00:8:45: PM ,M 3 r"Cochr no' < 1972 Ford 'V Ton Pickup' Truck '.J
cases received ]
were case involving state prisoners. .1010 061. P, Th e.'Social Scil'nces'} 1,. r'loo.l1.4; '" M. '3 /Susjman 1 ,V8 Engine, Topper & Air C nd,". Runs and Loot>>
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cases and there were no Jury trials. PSY 2012 062 P l PI/chology. 7:00-fl.48PMv: ,T ; Jacks r r .
ART 1001C 062 P Art Fundamentals,, T. a 1 Keal ,
.i\ The office declined to \ i 'I' 7.00-9.4SPM: 'f ,
prosecute MAC 1104 062 .P 'CollBa 'Alg.br >. ,; I i'i: .' &7 ,J.OO-943PM T $, Gqlllday, i tS : (
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"There were five violations of proba- PHI,1100 063 P "tntro to Logic f( ", ? Tm:W. )1. 3r :.Sugalakl' 4, 'I I I
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1101 064. P Colleg, Composition/ 7:00-9'4: #_PMH '3 PslladIrn/ ;: 1"--: .
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I ,Violence Delays UCI Inmate's Trig; on Murder "!(,


JI'(, The trial of an Inmate charged with own attorney was denied by Green the public defender to invite his Client Green later had''Sampson brought Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry arm .:

,;the attempted murder of two Unlo Replogle said. The question! of the Insanity back Into the. courtreoroi. !said back into the courtroom where Corner of 24th Avenue; South &; Forsyth Road ,I f
Correctional Institution officers last defense came up again, but Rer-Iogle. .w. : Sampson again demanded to! represent Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm '.
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June has been. postponed after the In- while' Sampson had earlier told stepped Into the holding area and himself. The
threw a chair at his court- Replogle and other that "Insanity Is delivered the Judge's mesa e Inviting request, released p oggranted Now Open Friday & Saturday 8:30-5:00: :
i'. Inted attorney not my defense, the Inmate would him to come back Aft.i: ?uldReplogle. case and postponed the trial
f-iat r8ld Sampson, now an inmate at not say so for the court'record. MA This is not the first time Replogle Favorite Varieties of Landscaping &; Potted Plants f
*, State Prison, will be allowed "Without him clearly saying he Essentially he said he Would not has been abused by one of his clients. Friendly Atnwiphera Come Sea UsLouise : '
.t to represent himself. his trial which wanted to abandon his insanity come back as long as I',wat/his He was lucky this time the chair I
a\to..rescheduled for Nov. 28, after defense." Replogle said, "I 'felt I lawyer," Repto has added.-Then,, the missed Mm but he has been hit. Exactly 6 Debra Wjhtower and Valuta. Johnion Management Team. '; I
j.Sampson. threatened and then threw" could not avoid( it.." attorney said, he bent,' for;the one year ago/ in the trial of Inmate ; ...
chair at his attorney,Assistant Public Sampson then'went to a'< smallholding chair I opened the door and stepped Donald Perry In Bradford County 964-7109 Specials Regularly
-. Defender.Rick. Replogle, Monday'' / area off the courtroom while out and about the time the door was Circuit Court, Replogle was struckin
:morning at the Union County Cow the jury for another trial was being shut the chair hit the,' door. a the chest by the inmate who also CLOSED THANKSGIVING WEEK ;
Uhouae fn Lake Butler. picked.Replogle( went In to ten bang." tried to kick Replogle as he was being ,
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fc"\:Bepogle| said Sampson had become IOn that the Insanity defense wood. Corrections officers In. the room at removed 'from the courtroom. That ..
.angry-wlth him because Replogle not be brought up again the time subdued Sampson and handcuffed trial proceed In the absence of the In "
)wanted to pursue an Insanity defense After,a recess Judge Green asked him, Replogle said. mate. 1 ;/
t for the 25-year-old inmate, who Is ", I
charged with seven felony.counts in ;;
,the attack on Correctional Officers
;Randy Gentry of Alachua and Randall '
,' Branham of Raiford.
I f Branham was the partner of Sgt.
W i John'.' teve't Dennard who was stabbed -
j *to" death by, an' inmate sevenI
I weeks earlier.Pennard was killed In
1 almost'the same spot inside UCI'i
,!ll main housing unit. The Rock. i
,,1/j Branham was stabbed In the'lung
land Gentry.was stabbed in the wrist _
when he ran-to Branham's aid. Both _
officers have recovered: from their f e ,. .
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"''oSUanmppson.had Indicated hie unwillingness -

to plead Insanity before :
Replogle said, and had refused to Brach's' 1
cooperate with defense psychologist: t GIFT; WRAP ;
who"; examined him last month. > Christmas.By HARD CANDY ..
Replogle! had also moved to have '
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himself dismissed from the' case f ,The d$ .f.lat, Pack t : :
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but ; ,
earlier, this month he said that a ,
motion was denied by Circuit Judge \r '\ ,, .' 1, .. I
-Christmas .
J\-.t, '.'Buay''GfMn.; I'. 4aI t 'S( "
Monda7'4'1nGldent' began 'when Prints 45"7.66yd. \ 8 .Designs. ;. r 5c" ," i I
Sampson s first request' to act at his 1 r 4 Per":0.D Vii

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Court 10-'oL'
f'IncBradford County ? ;; 50 Sq. Feet! ,, Regular 99cr .',1 1

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!fb'" One defendant i October$1 + .
appeared '
for a non-Jury trial before Judge Stan -Stretch Poplin *g ?* Boxed \. :v( Brach'sWHISTLE. .
Morris'bi Bradford County TrattlcCrlmina : Gabardine W '

Court October, 1f.J ff ,1$ ,;,fLee ': Printed Flannel 3r < 'fCHRISTMAS CARDS CANE'I. f

"Allen.Jr., driving while into**' Weavers Cloth ft Filled With '

lea ted, ,fined$281.50. license! suspended 'v Prints & Solids & .fSSSS \Chocolate Coated Candy
pixy months must attend DWl n
school, complete SO hours community I w. fr.a
service work under. supervision of .
Salvation Army.lTbefonowlng. I,. '/ ft14 : I

288 : 77C'.
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defendants entered a yd. .
change of plea ; oz. '
Anthony Forshee, driving while In-, ----------- Regular 1.99
toxicated,, fined $281.50, must complete .

work under 50 hours supervision community of Salvation service :: Seville Suede GIFT WRAP BOXES 5 Candle : ,

Army attend DWI school license Solid Colors :
1 1/2
1/4x 8'1I2'x :
Suspended for six months, pay 175 for 4 ,11 ELECTRIC CANDOLIER
court: costs. ; "

placed' James on Alexander court probation Harper for battery 60 days,, ,%3!.OO yd...: ': ( 3 88 :' 1
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I .must violate'no laws, pay $75 court '.1'
Costs: for public :defender ,and$25 Fancy Shirting 'r .
""cost. f ''* ** ., 411 / feral-' ". ,..: \ ..:: ''GIIr '
r 20 Colors ill. .l\ ';; r ,
r Stephen RaulersVm/fttfrbijeWine!:h:\ < r istmas, estgns .' ,. '=-fIW H U 8r.o.: :.9" ,' 1.1:1')8: "
,. eated-tlI.. *month pelp J tIOll jpmschool -' 1\11 \' 5- ) "
6d peaoi>yeaia ...... IIJ m *t ."" ".n '
w ,l fined $5**. receive 7.88'a." s Deluxe, & Fancy 'J' "'

alcohol treatment..
t Kenneth ,Ash' McNeal, trespass CHRISTMAS ', .,
after warning fined$85.50 and$73 for Corduroy TEEE; STOCKINGS

public. defender. "" Solids & Prints'& '
Gregory Gibson disorderly intox- ; t
ication. fined $85.50 $75 attorney fee. : 1.99 tj
Kenneth Ash Mcr4eal, trespass,.fined -
< $83.50. / 2.88 yd"CLOSEOUT

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I ",vd CHRISTMAS STOCKING f Regular 1.99
''ijfWT,: :Jesse- I8aac'oiden = ,, FabricsFIBERFILL W Joy ,Filled '

1.;, )"'Jesse Isaac Ogden, 88, of Pompano't p 4 '*. .. I' ,
t >'*,Beach,died; at,his residence, Tuesday o .. WIN EEI' : i
S Novj ,
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i iMr..' Ogden moved to' Pompano No Purchase Necessary mraosen ;
: Beach 60 years 'ago front Bradford
I County.He was a member of the First 100.% Polyester 3One Stocking Given "
Baptist Church of Pompano Beach; a Away At Each Store WHITMAN GAMES A
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charter member of the Sterling Me-

Clejlan American legion Post 142 of Drawing Will Be Backgammon .Password .
Pompano Beach; was ,one of the .c, ,I,.
founders of'' the Pompano, Beach h 99 pecember20th Deluxe Uno, .':r;
.Public',.Library and,served on. the f I .
At! Each .
Blanks
: Board for many years. He I .Entry g I
LIla with his brother Marvin, the -J' 4&, Store Tell All i !
Business of Merchandising Ri '
Your Friends! '
I 3.88'
,i t",, Farming and' Land Develop- 12 oz. Regular 1.69 :
ment. He .was honored by the ; : .
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and presented the Pioneer Award in .
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: 1981. Red Heart 3 ; MUGS Regular 6.98 rr
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Survivors .''include' his 'd uabter; ;.. f ;,' 'ff -!f' ; '" ,_________ .
,'Mary j Daniels 'of' Channing Mich:; .:: : YARN [Assorted Designs or Names mTvixCs"Christmas '
t one sister, MattieaCiddens of Pom- 7**r PLUSH '
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panG Beach and numerous nieces and
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'I,nephews. Mr; Ogden was predeceased -' jI"
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,, by his wife, Carolyn! Clyatt Ogden Look 't ,,' ,

I","/*Funeral. Lee Clyatt Ogden.held r t i.
service were 99'
I.' .':Nov.,18,at the First Baptist Curchof 99" :1 t V y.
!!::Pompano Beach witth Dr Robert L.. 4 See

:. .;;Smith Officiating, Burial was in Pompano .' 4 'Our 3 88 :!
Beach Cemetery ".under' the' '
direction of Ry Jay" Kraeer Funeral. ) Display'
,. ,;t Home of Pompimo JBeach,, ,
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ff' ,>' In,Loving f Memory ,, FELT S.QUtAIES( 'I BASKETS. .
Regular 6,00
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the right amounts of the right holiday foods is the key. It tips on how to handle the holiday season, additional''
helps you to lose weight without losing out on all the menu planners and recipes, plus the support of your NOW!
traditional foods that are such a meaningful part of the peers. Just check, your phone book for the Weight Watt
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Recipes for,Midday Meal into thickest part of the breast being eareful'tJie<1
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leftovers be refrigerated or ford weigh portions. Serving size Is 4 ounces per portion. ;e. .
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Two Arrests in Starke
Emma..Crum of Lawtey was also charged with disorderly intoXication\ j ,.
For ShopliftingTwo arrested November 12 and charged Carla Bell King went to the sheriff" Qty Limited
with retail theft, said Crum. She
office with hand she .
women were arrested In a gun said she' '
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Starke and charged with shopliftingfrom apparently *
without for them.
the Winn Dixie Store. paying : Intoxicated,started waving the gun,
Mary R. Norman was arrested In Office around and was abusive and very pro-:* Altt iU''d
November 12 and charged with retail Weapon fane to staff in the sheriff's office according "bJrd$
theft, according to Patrolman David Gets Woman'Arrested to Lt. John Dempsey.
Crum. Bond for the charge was set at 180.
Norman alledgedly placed several A 40-year-old Starke woman was arrested King was released on her owrt and Turbos'
In the Bradford County recognizance. '.

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CUp "hasa tional incentive for car buyers.- The hew tax law allows,a deduction'on '

your 1983 tax return'for 25% 'o.ft the.cost .of a business cat bought,

&Rowings any time during )983. You- can'deduct another; 38% of the cosViry '..

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ELECTRIC:RESISTANT HEAT %deduction for Up to $5,000 ofthe cost of tjje.car/: ,take'a depreciation

1-' -_'_' -. ; ; The molalre Vent-Free ". 'deduction! of $3,750 ,and 'claim: an investment''I redlf".of; .$600<::; .|
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''18,200 17OCOtoI3,900BTUHeating.to 18,000 BFU Cooling Suggested--.-__Retail Value__58500:' __ '- new Ford. We would weicof. ; netheop: $ortuhity.to. : show'you our fine
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.your 32 Caits P.r Lb. down.

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I < '50 Boats Sagtmdne Aug. :26Relsind tl 2.500. Low down. a 1 -

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Upholstery Fabric 25%off j / UNITS
I Western Shirts 10.00 I 'Removal '1'' I Office Furniture MASTER LICENSED

Labor for covering standard sofa 140 [ I I't II Weekly INSURED 4 BONDED
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JEANS ..' for Free Estimates 'Firewood .1 I STROUTREALTY' The KINNEYl6487861t.JV.

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WHlMmd I f___..._........ After Hour 473-306 FORMERLY
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,. HOUSE ..05T IFOUND FOR SALE .u FOR SALE I
FOR RENT
PORTABLE BUILDINGS12x24 CARS A TRUCKS
LOST Female 12 week. old I laborador, I
Instant Garage or Bedroom black. Answer to "Penny'%, lost Saturday "..woo'i FOR ALI, Oak4x4' or. pin*J BV OWNERt SBR.i 2BTH hou.e In :
MIMOSA MANOR I7S CHEVY IMPALAt. 350. V-8, Poweeleering '
Keystone Oak Subdlvlilon. MOBILE HOME PARK.
DelIvered f o your lot Nov.:|9. at Rotary Club Turk.yShoot. .., 30-40". Vi Cord; $39. ScraPl J landscaped smell fruit tree Large, utility lot. Mobil home and spaces for rent power broke. A/C: 2-doar',. .'
$2608" If found or know ot this dog.' .flrwood. oak or pine, $10 trockloodj' building, sprinkler ,screened Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone stereo and radio. See at 41 1 N.St, Clair Sunshine Industrie Calf system
call 16 W. ,
please 473-3454 11/24 2tchtf" 51.964.8872.9/15 tfn .
.' :.* back patio. Call lor appointment. "' 68.2912.9116 tfn
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Special ,964.7699.' W* load lor yOU' between t
MOBILE HOMES IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44-"
4737358. 1/0 FOR RENT One mile !
12xU FOUND Tom*;yellow Tomcat,; year old,' 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., Mon-Frl.9/291 tfnchg
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.It.tS57*, call I ,Hn > SHALLOW AND DEW WILL PUMPS. PVC from Stark city limit Clean. Hwy. 16 through the.//
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.. .. 96.3144..1pdKeystone %: \ W. Call 468-1323 fact today Call ((312)) 742-I 1142, e uf.l
-- ALICIA HAY Good quality, large boloif. pipe and fitting. Water *..._.*. 10/07 tfn. "
:ry CURIES SUZUKI-KAWASAKI $2.25; Large round bol... ,$25. .Con, Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hat*.., KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY Room for: rent nt 609.'1O/13 EOW 1/24 .
: Heights: ''dllvr 473.4006 10/6 tfnchg low weekly rot... Call Temple Motel, ,SubscribeToday :s<::
Nwy.; 30Ssutk In traitor load M.I, ConnorJS ,. '
Stark. 964.7357.9/16
964.5222. 10/20 tfn < AZALEASi 3 FOR $lt Swan Cr..tNur..ry. EOW/tln I &
Call Doris 473-2210 VB .' '
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for On :
Located on SR-26 2Vi mileseast rent
MCI SOfA with reversible cushions
ol Melroie. 11/10 tfnchg Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison Call ins DOoGE'TON PICKUP/S500 1976;,
$100; antique piano $100; chair wltH( '
8V OWNERi 1BR., house .468-1323 10/07 tin. Matador A/C. A/T. radio S1000.
'Shop & !! matching $25 matching] on 5.9 acre
Compare ottoman ; \
Barn and other tank KITCHENETTE All utilities furnished TV. 964-5775 or 964B9O7 11/24 2tchg
block couch and chair ..!, $304 buildings. Septic .2/01' ..
Special. Insurance for air maid service Underwoo.iMotel
t and electric pole lor trailer hook-up. wmkty
5332908. 10/27 tin ::SFIREWOOOt
"MINI' ,Mobile Home, Parks Call after 6 Ask forSMatt. Approx." I yr. old. 245 Oak Fomt. 3'/i mile N. on Hwy. 301. 912; It72 PINTOS A/T; A/C, Radio andheater .
p.m. .. tin :/ nw tires and battery. Runs,.
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!All types of 964-8268. tin tfnchg
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homeowners policies for HIGHLY .FERTILIZED Argentina BahlaV COCKER SPANIEL. F..ol..19. I mo. old. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly good. .$895. Phone 4734508. Itpd.ill24 -v,

STORAGE ,mobile homes. Hay. At born,"No Rain". J.M. Edward.? buH color ,with papers. All shots, roles.Ave.Palms 7/28 Apartment tin 2314 N. Temple i971 FORD CUSTOM VAN: Newly rebuilt q ;"
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I wormed and house broken, $125. Call
964.5379. 11/03 4tpd 11/2. $
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C&3 for Ouoi9 473-2552. 11/24-12/8 3lchg LARGE OFFICE! located on US 301. Excellent motor ,1800:9..1..5. Itchg 11/24 '. .
OAK WOOO.W. haul. $<<) to $5$. You" '
.,...... '. ; 1-PIICI SECTIONAL COUCH. $250. parking $150 mth. 9646810 1974 GREMLIN AC. ,.T. PS new tirer.,
haul $35 to $50. truck load d.p4
OHn'sMoblloHome per Howell movie and day. 964.8236 night 9/29 tfn new brake, new alternator '7,700"mil. .
f 479.T383, ding on body lia. 964.5209.11/102IptM camera proctor.| SMALL SERVICE STATION Located US ..., $750. Call 964.6805 anytime! l'r; : :
Saloa 1124MCYCLESi .$100. Dining table with 6 .chair. .. $40. on ;,.;,
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tenet Hwy 3O1 ....t to facDae.lisstark.rtM > "473-7122. 11/24 ItpdI 301 and SR 16. With air compressor and Itchg 11/24 I' :'J/Axr; ,, ', :-- ',/
Hwv1PWllf Elaine M. OBn. Agent and type Good Remanufactured election: most or .m m4!1tion6d I ACHE, For sole or rent. Well and lightpole outside lilt. S175 mth. Call 964.6810 1977 JEEP CHEROKEE, .""4. $3.700 .. ...j'

,-lo"329 Oak Forest oN CR 31 SC.Call. day. 964-8236 nights. 9/29 tfn 5332960. Itchg 11/24 .. .
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.t n. -- fctAR GRAHAM On. bedroom l**. JEEPSTER COMMANDO ,
I' FORESTAPARTMENTS .THREE MONTH,OLD SNAPPER A/V Pi l /ub greatroom. CH/AC: opIpllanca frailer : 3 speed; 4 ;
riding (lawn mower Sl.OOOi: *. Financing: available If total, electric.' Utilities Includod. $53 Whl Dr., fiberglass top S2200)) 1974 "
REALTY ....z.... brand' new. $400 uprlgh1 f qualified. VA loan. May be en by appointment weekly., 485-137'. II/t7 2tchg 11/24 Chev. Monte Carlo SO.000 orig mile.
:i 964-7700 1I172tchg2A only.! Call after, 3 p.m. tMSIDE CITY 3 BR 2 BA near school ..c. cond., fully leaded. SSIOO. 1976

;. 'f>2 ft 3 Bedroom Apt.. : FURNITURE' Early American Hide-A-B.d, 1-3758607. 11/17 tfnchg 'Partly furnlihed. Flrt. last 'mth. Ford 3/4 ton pick up camper ..... fully

J "150M to '297'III 393 .N. Tempi. Ave.. $225; Queen *li. bedrm. Mite $350;, Brick Ham 3 BDRM.."'i 1/2 BH brick deposit 9647071.plus 11/10$100 tin security deposit. Call fiberglass equip., ..c. cond, 67.500 mile,

Vernl P. OdomBrokwCHI olo/cholr, $190: double bed. $60i twin home located In town 240 N.E. 9th Ave. I BR HOME FOR RENT Partly furnIshed, owner.... 1-259-2916 topper evenings S340O., please Private/
Gtfnta Madliso ._ bed $35;' washer, SIOO) dryer; $79.buffet ; Phon. 496-2700 after 5:00: .p.m. 4-pd $235 mo. Phone 964-8931 or ..73.3096. -"/2.. 2tpd 12/01
W solid wood. $125 4drawercheat.
1530 :
11/3-24 11/10 tfnHAMPTON ,TWO CARS FOR '
i JIQUAIIiOtHIIII Good Starter Homei 3 M, $35 Lone cedar chest. $ 25 SALE 68 Chevy Station
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1974 with
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I III .Pima 984 6312REAL.TOH camper top. Icy. OAKS: 3 BR. 2 BA home. Wagon; 72 Chevy. Call.964.5730aft.e'3
( !, CH/A. Carport. heater $40: small desk/chair $35;' ,
III Reasonable good cond. new battery. CH/A. $310 mth. Call Trevor Water. p.m. 11/24
OP.OIIJUNITY _In Country| Ac: CB 3 M, stereo w/2 speaker*. like new, $'25; Phone 431-1089. UFN 11/3 Century 21 Showcase Properties; Inc. I.
1V4 BA born. NIce screened ., color TV, $09; fret free refrlg. $150; FURNITURE Sloppy Jo*,w/chalr $'25. Realty., .73..903.. 11/17 4tchg 12/08 1t75 Oldsmobile. Tereoado:.. ,000'
"1 bockporch. swivel. rocker, $65; Sear matchingwasherdryer lav. seat $60 couch w/lov eat $150, 3 BR MOBILE HOME. Adult only. No A/C FM/AM radio. Front wheel drive
Good Locations, Prick ::3' used yr-.' $429 dinette couch w/chalr$130, end table $,. oak pet. 964-7619 or 964-861" Itchg I 11/24 Comfortable car. Call 4732210 or
SR, '2 BA. fireplace. In set;"$100;' director chair; $25 each; dk $29. dresser w/che.t $120 HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR urnihed. $200 4734648 for appointment to see r
counrt Quiet qr.d.Owner baby bed w/mattr, $50:: ladderback dresser w/mlrror $60. 4 drawer cheit mth. plus' SIOO deposit.; Relerence required tfnchg 1/3 .?,. -/i
financing.," chair. $25 ea. Call 964.. ,,", or $39 night side, table $10. peed queen Available 12/01 Call 964-7635DOnlX JOHN WHOLESALE DASHER VANS. ". '.'.{' "
964-4079. Itpd "/2" PRICES .
machine $129 table w/4
washing
JUST REDUCIDI Walkingdistant. near
{ I APARTMENT 2 BR school' On new 98.t
GOOD USED FRIOIDARErefrigeratorfreezer ,chair* $80. buffet $50, drop leaf table custom von*. Starting at
3 BR.llreplace Stove,
*, uptown. refrlg., $175 mth. plus $100 $13.800
1 comb. $225.'Call' $IO. hlde-a-bed S80, mirror $10. plu tax, tag and freight. 13.3
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security.
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1 964-4909. Itpd 11/24.. refrigerator $175. apartment. sire electric percent financing. 1.75.I
of room. Calf to /Na> I9S2 CONN ORGAN $2300. Call stove $50. Eight mile North olRailord FURNISHED HOUSE ON LAKE Alochua, Fl.' Call. 462-337S.' 11/10
-.76' on 301 South Owner an\'lI.9604.5263. 2tchg 19/01 BROOKLYN Keystone Heights 'nroo. ttnchg.
off 229 on Boyce fid. 275-2908. ,v ;
financing. S oc. Nov. through March. $150 plus lec.
KINCAID PIANO WITH BENCH $400. 1-chg 11212ROSINE "".
JANES. USHER .Roomy Mouse.serosi from After 6 p."' .. call 964-S376.,Itchg 11/24 TANK stand and trailer fur-' 9646606 Itpd 1124KIYSTONI HOMES FOR SALE. '

Vo-Tech. Owner financing. PINE PRAMS COUCH with cushions. ; $75. ,' nice $100. Ray Powell 4963377.pel HEIGHTS "
Need. *om* work. 964-4145..Itchg 11/24 OAT 14 ft. fiberglass 2 fish wells. 3 hp REALTY,ilEAL TOIl BY OWNER
.... See at 355 St. Clair
vu.a. c-fy.: SI. 3 BR.
FOR RENT FIVB CHEST TYPE FREEZERS' 20 cu.'ft. Johnson electric Mart and trailer$850 Rental Property, Available:' J BA block home,
CH/A.
'''''-212606-2903 .3 Trailer,First and last $250 each.: At Edlion Quality Meats. plus Marine plywood boat motor and Lake Santa Per IBR. 2both. C/B home. new.. FHA financing.carport. like

MO W.. *..St..lek*Barter. mo, rent plus damage 211 South Temple Ave. Itpd 1124T.UMPITE.c.llent trailer $400. Phone 4962842. I-chg S400/month.. Sacrifice 1468323.. 9/01 tfn$35, 'SOO.f .

deposit. condition. Nice '11/23, Completely Fwnlihedi, 2BR, 2 bath BY OWNER 924 W........... 3 BR, 20*
Chrlstmo gift lot Band tudent. Call home on Gatorbon Lake. Fireplace. w/cedar siding ..... u,, '
OR F17!
NUNTER'S'DELIGi-ITI, ,! 9/29 431-1132 tin- after 6' p.m. or. .weekends. .MISCELLANEOUS Available$400month.In ,through May 31st. w/rlreploce. CH/A fenced yard within

t.lf IOUNISII, TRACTOR 24 hp. 4 WD ,' Melrei 2BR, 2 bath ham. "walking" .8268. dl.lone..ot""7 tfn schools. Coil'
180: backha. front .loader, bosh hog disk. ,8INOO...AMERICAN LEGION Fireplace $300month.Commercial 12 ROOM HOUSE FOR SAlEi
:, 200 hr... PTO ((3-.) 6 patron. New HALL.Sr-21,. Saturday, 7 p.m.,, and rVentgi available also Special). $19.SOO. $3.000(HandlMan
1 with equip, $ ".7.t3. (Make Cash Offer Sunday, 2 9 p.m. Public Invited. 11/3 en HWY 26. Balance over IS Owner down
J/4. )Profs to trad for lake lot of equal ,I, tfnchg. Mobtlehomei near Spring Lake, IBR, ed. Livable but need year work. 964.6020or financ
res.RiverFronta9e. HaeJtar*" 4 Valuer, property for mobil ham or ', ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. Closed IVi bath. $185/month. 964.4252. Itchg 11/24
motor hem. 9644020or 964-4292. meeting Monday 8 p.m. Open \I. Keystenet 2BR, I bath "home, .
-5 Ac. J : : tank. Owner financing.. MOBILE NOrM sUPPLSs Window and day 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational. HEIGHTS REALTY .. 1BR.2BAFireplace.
:, .J'/4, Ac.; Owner financing.COMMERCIAL doors; plumbing and elec. supplies. or 7:10:1130.: 1 1/3 tlnchg 11/3 L.Sh...... ./ ....
BLDG}, Also furniture. Bargain Center, mile: tfnchg
Hwy.. Frontage 2.000 *q.-ft. lot. '''.SOO", outh of Stark. 10/27 rfnMtSCEUANEOUS >, i OVIREATERS ANONYMOUS No :dues OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flamingo Close te Sd eels
; .BEAUTY SHOP barber ITEMS FOR SALE. Two. ,) :i it, ..* or weigh ,In*. Open meeting St but can be seen from SII-100 VA. FHA CemeistkMMlFlMSKmg .
4"2,126,4".2903, snap, skating. rink,someequipment. outboard motor A-l condo,< 5./.. hp, 1| ,Tua>'", 7:30 p.m. Community Church and SR-21 Intersection. Prime location. "". "
$28.000..SPORTSMANS Eska$225) Sear ..0 hp., $300. Ktn9size i Educational Building. Keystone Call 4733411.1110 tfnchg CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION
DREAM bed $75: 3x7 utility trailer, $150. ;""Height... *. 4732790. 1/3 tfnchg PARTIALLY FURNISHED 38R., IVt. bath 964-4SI9

Fish, camp Sampson Lake; '964-6691(11( /17 2tpd 11/2. 'V hi'" TO GOOD HOMEi Whit., long mobllehome in Melrose area., Large'

'ERA' 2.72 oc., 156 ft..4n Son,... HAY Tap-quality Argentina Bahla, tJ.SOi: fe'bolred.; B-mo, old dog..lov.. people porch. Responsible couple wanted. MOBILE HOMES '
75368.10 tlnchgIBR.
on Lake, 760 ft. on canal,, per bale.itampton. 468-2641. 11/17 :but need room to run. Call 533.2403 I
: FURNISHED MOBILEHOMEi Large,
12/08
4tchg ; FOR SALE
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bar-'gam*roam, bait '(Klngsley, :lake), alter 6:30 'p.m. '
FAULKNER: HAVi $1.50 per ba..... 964.7675:1(1'17PI living room and porch. $170/month
.. tackl*: shop, livingquarter 4 2tchg "/2" :: weekdays. anytime on weekends tin plus dpolt. ALSO 28*. furnished. MH
REALTY *, boat, kicker:','J VI Pisa EAMV AMERICAN Llvlngroonvulti SI60/mo.Call '-684.60.34. 11/17 tfnchg A B W MOBILE HOME SALES New andused
.14 ,ACLawtey.ii Beautiful coin: operated drink box.*. ",: t|, Lake Butler: 2BR.' COTTAGEi with lakefront, mobile home for sale. Walter
Imp.. (oItvte.. ,fenced.J* 964-6050. iKha 11/24 : $":- .Gill Vickie 4962261aI1iN 300mo. Call 473-3334 :or 282.1727. (Bud) Alvorei Invite you to come out
964.5065'i well 2 culvert. $2300 WHOLESALI' TRAMPOLINES G'0ni' : \ .' : MEAT AND CLEAN! SR. furnished apartment and browse. Highway 17 South !
Ac., :round, 13: ft., 4 In*. $27999' NIl: 1 WOMPsN S18S/mo. ALSO MH lot, Palalk. Flo. 325-9551 or 3284682. In
AND
20- :ACRES ;Es9Moblt.tome. $499.99. Large 8x12, $235.,152-1999 or ) : ,{ $65/mo. Call 1-471-0244, 11/24 Itpd Starke, call Ray Well, 964.S2SI. 9/22

Earn !tolls and 7512. 412. Lake City Christmas Ipy-A-> ; : '17.62TRAIN tfn r
r'all.O\J"I'.ed.2' 'Ia.( WaytlJ "/24 5tpd 13/22 '. 7 J' &, II y NOW FOR TYPEWRITERS AND ADDiNG'MACHINESFO. /181 EASTWOOD MOBILE HOMEr J4x36 I
porch MH. Print Masi ELECTRIC': STOVEi Price: 'negotiable. \ ''t\\ :,. SERVICE RENT Union County Times 150 with J BR. 1 AS. garden tub; C/H partially .
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: Main Street Lake Cutler Phone furnished. $9.000.,964,1466
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01.Assess -w[ ..- sss.ooa. A \. NSW MOBILE HOMES 2 BORM, I BH. furnihed. 1973 GRANOIERi 24x52 furnished
I .221. L.faytw }., + ; M 1020 hour: ; eec cond,:$7600. 1979 M-P No High School Necessary part: 1,
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'O'f'ICI HQUft, Extra ,NIc 10R'9 ,'" '2M Dle.*t Form'Tractor, 420 hour., ,; ,Position Start All High A* I .'On HWY IS Brookerd. Ten with! 4 ton A/C. Call 964-031 alter 9
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t .< : Korn. on, 2,'oc,, ,lawri| ( minute from RMC. No kids No pet*. ... lU112tpd "/2" '
:...Re.s.iFrl.. >#4iarq So.._*-u..*..i'J !"exc.., cond.;: $8500."-259-2916 *venIngs ;'tbti: $1021 HOUR p. -
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area.: see 'ap \' pleooe Private 11/24 Phone 496-230B. after.4:00: p.m. UFN 19(1 MOBILE HOME. 14x94. Excellent
owners 2tpd
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"12/01 ] ,{ ;. ,. INSPECTORS overpayment
J 'rsBtilEJlC: Nk's;;.sr.n M k iawi:'f eR.1. : ;.Available{ at 10X:;Inshtres. -' COLOR TVt "$99" and"up.r Next to Stark j '' MECHANICS xttf.........Y'oIOtI'L.' FRAME HOUSE for rent 150 SW 5th Ave. 2 *. Call 964-6M7. Alter? 13 ,

1 ..._ ROAD HO1*.' .. .......).... 11A.t.\ '. ,,... Truck Stop, "fquth" of Stark{ ..964-. '2';:: i) ;1 I"'PRCMtllHO.. AT MOM. FOil BDRM I BH $160' .-. first and lostmonth' noon 473-2700..I1/242tchg 12/01 1 1e
backyard m 16W'i. ; : OOVarUIMIMTUAMIt odVnc Phon.496-2975 or
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et MO tet .. .. :'" ; utility: .,room, fruit tree; $600. Also: three caws "'F' 1I. \'L4 ""hnhlncqtO.Draw."A: ; ,. M"e "'c''' ,
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I APRICOT SAUCE 2 tsps margarine M* 12tspDijoilinustard'2clove' prlk minted" cup froselrj ism. \. .... /.
1/4 1/2 each chopped hiushrooms, diced + ItblspptM 1-1/3 UMirfoe vinegar' Si Itbtep wafer ,SII'I'fon..epeel ti ,( .
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2 taps instant chicken broth 4 slice enriched light bread 1.11\I\ -m, '
cornstarch I packet S25 .. In combine grahamcracker
Preheat to bowl 'i;
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3/4 above toasted and cut Into 1/2 inch cubes / : .,. To prepare salad: On round platter arrange cucumber ;,
cup waterIn crumbs and throughly. Using -',"
beaten 1-1/2 chopped fresh parsiey" slices In circular margarine\ j mixing ,
I egg lightly taps a pattern, overlapping the slices. Arrange '
a small saucepan combine apricot spread, sherry broth dash '" \* alfalfa the back of a spoon press the crumb mixture over ,
chicken In and
Instant peppef toP with mushrooms.
1/2 sprouts center
stir In water. tap the bottom and the sides Bake w1. ,I i :
cornstarch and broth mix and gradually ground m > up of a 7-Inch pie pan. .:>
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Bring the mixture to a boll and cook for 3 minutes. Pour tsp r7"In .. Decoratively slices.arrange r Ill crisp and brown 13. to. 19 minutes Remove. to wtr "" :

half the mixture into a blender and process until smooth.; a small skillet heat margarine until bubbly and hot$*<\!." .' r/> : >;i{{", rack and cool. .' '" ',' .' :

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Add onion and saute until prepare dressing: In a : \ i \
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refrigerated or frozen for future use. In a bowl combine bread cubes with mushroom mix-xawt'lure Makes,4 servings.;', a, 'V.t <" 'I(:' j ,,'mJ.iJn a small bowl sprinkle gelatin over water and let .,. !
and add remaining ingredients and tons untUi |i,"' \: ,", .. ,: i"' *stand to aoften.'la top of double boiler beat egg yolks.?, ., I

ing is moist. ,t ." i with sugar until well combined. Stir in the orange juice, !

I, VEGETABLE BUNDLES Spray cookie sheet with nonstick cooking spray a PUMPKIN CHIFFON P 1lE apple pie spice cinnamon, and gelatin mixture. Coofc ",

", t tip each margarine and olive oil using an Ice cream scoop or your hands form stuffingInto over simmering water, stirring constantly unEgelaUn '

1/4 cup minced shallots 4 balls and arrange on sprayed sheet > >:->..J. Crusts J.' > ,' .' ,.' m, ># .: 1: .. '.is dissolved and mixture is slightly thickened (it will

1 cup each julienne-cut tucchlnl'and crookneck squash ,Bake at 325 F until. stuffing, balls are, lightly browned,<. ,' 12 gr.halilcracken 1.2.1/Z inch squares''I' coat the back of a spoon). Stir in the pumpkin. Removetop
1/2 1/2 salt t ,""* \ (above made half of double boiler from water and let mixture cool
Julienne-cut carrots.blanched Up 20 to 23 minutes. "i' Into crumbs). '. .
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; 4 long scalllon tops (green portion) blanchedIn 1 ," : ,I :\i' .,y'r'
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a 9-lnch skillet combine margarine and oil and heat SPICY MUSTARD DRESSING f'; ''I envelope Uaflu'orecI."u.: : ? water tons into cooled crust. Top with pumpkin mixture and -
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saute until softened. Add zucchini squash and carrots I medium cucumber, scored and thinly sliced 2 tblipa plu' 1 tap firmly packed brew sugar .

and sprinkle with seasonings. Saute mixture. until 1/2 cup alfalfa sprouts and 1/2 cup Japanese. enoki. ,.. : 2 ibis,. thawed frtu" concentrate orange Juice To serve: :
vegetables are tender-crisp about 9 minutes. mushrooms V' ZJr"', 1 cup canned pumpkin *" f .,.; > Using a pastry bag pipe topping around egde of pie

Divide vegetable mixture Into 4 equal bundles and tie (regular sliced mushrooms. may be substituted. ;ford oI 1/2 tap apple pie plce, ', ,,, $ saving a dollop for the centers Garnish the center With.I.. 'I.

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YARD SALE HELP WANTEDREAL PERSONAL SERVICES, PERSONAL SERVICES : '

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ESTATE SALESPEOPLE DORMAN WILL AND SEPTIC TANK I
4M S. WALNUT STt Dishes! clothes, 50 Scholarship CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK ., :
MISSING
available for unlicensed person. ERA Package deal: well drilled,. water
cents whotnoti. Christmas gift, odd Building patios oddltlonl-r.mod.llno.
: Faulkner 964.5065. 10/28 Hn of lhelf order Eli' from !
Realty pumps : new Installation ; septic r'
and ndt. Shop all day Friday and home and tile work. Free estimates.Phone .
NURSING INSTRUCTOR) Full time winter tanks. drain' fields and lift stations. h. HeplM Au.Ulery :
Saturday. Itpd 1124SIViRAl 473-4473 before 9 |i1/3 t !
p.m.. air
FAMILIES Friday and Saturday semester only. Teach basic nursing tfnchg. ", Mobile home pole available.All workguaranteed heed Oorrewers
.. skills to Hospital/Home Health Aide call, ,Tommy' Dorman i ,lease return to'1 '
8 .. Hwy. 100 West of Stark to BaylsssHwy. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work. ,
student In Stark. Five .8 275-2151. GILL
days/week UFN WILSON'
(R 225)). 2K mil... Next to kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. 9/1 ,
church. Mn. woment and children a.nv to 1 p.m. Minimum requirement, Reasonable, price Call 473-2477: after CUSTOM MAD Droprle, ,Valance'and OFFICE
Include RN license, three call 496-2219 for
current yearsnursing Spread or 496-3143
clothing, miic. ltm Itpd 1124THREE 530pm.: 11/3 tfnchg
FAMILIES Rd. 229 N.W. 40th St. experience' In ..nur'lng'hom.ho.pltal. ,CARPENTER WORKt No |lob too big or, .toosmall. FREE Estimate*.. S and W: ,Enterprise*. ..:PNONE1.77: 7,1JEMfLUt0u1 .i.
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9/29
plus teaching ex .
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Doublvwld trollr. Itchg 11/24 30 experience. With .
year ,
perience. Salary plus travel. Starting NEW CREDIT CARD Nobody fefusedl .Subscribe/- /I. .
reference 4734185. 11/3 tfnchg.* 211 N.. '"Te_ [: >
In Keystone Heights.. date: January 3. 1984.. Submit application CARPET AND VINYL repair and 'Intallatlon -.' Also Visa/Master cord. Call ,' ., [ aTtYSiPTNi

tat Dr. Clifford LeBlanc, Director *. Free estimate Ten year'experience. 1.800.687.6000 'Cxi.' C-1136.- .-pd .. -. -,.... ..
of Personnel. Santa Fe Community Col. 1/7.2/6 : "
Call 473-4217 and ask for
YARD SALE lege. P.O. Box 1530, Gainesville. Fl Craig. 11/3 tfnchg cHAN, LINK FINClV ,Installed. Freiestimates. WOD "
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32602. An Equal Opportunity Employer RETIREMENT HON AND HAIRSTYLINGCENTER HandyMonl._Co.owner Cut ,, Dstacked (
SAT.SUN.. Nov. 26-27 9-IIII. Woodland 10/27 5tchg 11/24 All under' roof. OFFERING Tammy R.ddish.964.8559.6/09. 12/30 Cord
Drlv., off HWY 21. 11/24 Itchg EXCELLENT INCOME for,part time home :' Certified nursing one Quittance and DRAINFIIld ROCK Bldg. sand, -c147-$3u .: : :; MllllontThanks!
assembly' work. For Info call
CPR trained staff: 24 hour supervision I llmerock top soil, large or small loads m'.f '
LAND FOR SALE 5046418003 Ext. 9579 11/10 4tpd for Senior'cltizens; hot meals,' day, Ph. 782.3172., BRADFORD ,LIMEROCK, .

12/01 week, or long termslay: STYLING ,SALES tin 7/14, -
DIESEL MECHANIC A MECHANIC HELPER CENTER for the public;'precision styling MOBIL HOMI REPAIRS 15 years .... OPENING SOON '''1\1 ,<.
ONI 1 ACRI LOT lacing Fortyth Rd. To help maintain small fleet of tractor m/h. It need
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for men and women: perm and hair perience\ wgrltbtgwith you!
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trailer Must be experienced and will. AddA-Room1 j 'tD.e.mb.rl$4; Dear Fr/fH1d/ !'< NerghbcVsThtfrik '
with 175 road frontage. 3750. $300 coloring. SR-325 Hampton*' 4682619.WILV ,tno/e
,down.9604.5606.9115 approM. $7O. .o ,month.w. ,' 'J.Coll, Ing 1tch to work."/24 Mutt have. tools.9646619.,*;)*'!.!;',". WO tYPtNOi a In: 'my home.un Book ."n bullUrWiestlmate", '.... ",,.",ooilt.,: call' .1,' 944-7794.' i 9/15" 'Jt*rsouth. h4Apa t n witi: you '0,.. your..confld; lie 'I"' bigrl_

TIN I AC LOTS l Klno Plw' .on' Crov.Rd. ., COUNTRY' 'MUSIC GROUP .O.' t>OO: .,. report*, resvmesv.eta. .Call ,471J.211ge.., I,,'.. "WOOII.II: !* *0fl- ADuuioNL-hole.. ,; Mff and 4&lltng' Vo 1Jfo hornvt,1-;farms, .1td. 1
$3.993. *4OO down,"$/O a month. 'WAHTtOt Call Sin.. ktni' .' 964-6470.; *1)1."IfncfI."' ";' .. ting' and plumbing! Vepalr*..39 year ewtperjence. .f'4vatlrlairdMtidof$ :Ttl'Fe.tureso l! MM..ItM."pr/ tM.'i..' '1)i rb 14"tt; i

Call 964.5606.9tfn Itpd 1124PHYSICAL TRACTOR WORK Mowlng.by hour or .. All ,yJorh' fuaittnteed. :. Walt te wall w/f/egor Reoify.Without ,
THREE I ACRE tOTS on SR-227.Breaker THERAPIST Either full or part fob. Call anytime: 47J-4185. 11/3 964-7738. 9/15 tin .' : torpor, laundry' room,
Rd. $2,995 $300 down $35 a month. time. Salary negotiable. Send application tfnchg BAKER L P GAS INC.t family owned and rfrljerotorv j hove, ''/out* iWencfeftfrftno? frusf we '
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964-5606.9115 tfn to Tom Moore, Hospital Ad. FREE REMOVAL., or'dead operated. We sell tank and fun ..
Down cow* or rent drape CH/Ai, garbage would not hove,been ob/e to
NO DOWN PAYMENT/OWNER fiNANC- ministrator. Department "pf, Corrections and .horse*. Call 4732234. 11/17-24 .njsh cylinder We solicit. customer who pic.-...., ample storage accompfshfhe ,
ING, Lot 1-120x153 OCCM* 'off 301, Reception and Medical Center own their tank.,. Call ,39S-O8I2 or raV-; .> ,- > ._It.s 1o this ar.ahat we hove

$11,500.12500. Lot Lot 3-285x153 2-113x153 occ acc.... off off 301 301., call P.O. Box((904)628) 496-2222 Lake Butler ext./ Fla.11.| 33054 Itchg or INTER surgery. IYI, contact CARE CENTER, gl.....Office'coact.. 1/4 mile off j'.l,, 295.6810.ELECTRICAlrReasormble Ity03: 4tchg 1124JERRY'S prices) Alf" !New .,,',Apartment t been pleased. fo provide-:for''h# pose n/ne

CR 315 so. Call 684-6558 or toll free Rent: ,.I y.or
13900. Lot 4-113x153 on Market Rd., ,11/24 ;iS, : free estimate 24-hr sereice.468.1119. .
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800-3426041.
11/17-2/33/84 6.1 BR. $1"
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$7.500. All lots loned commercial B3. STYLIST a CO-STYLIST. Needed for newly ".., Hampton. 11/03 4Kha 11/24 \o" ao-2BR.$20 -, May tyoli fa*. a'Happy ii onlc.gIV/"g

Easy term. Call 964,7071 to see lot*. expanded facilities. Must be experienced FREE SEMINAR!. Tuesday., 7 p.m. In. : WB CRACK OR SELL PECANSt.Will take fGj.'lIcoHon and may God bl...'you and your .'

Good Investment property. 10/06 tfn In all phase ofcosmetology. troductlon to Word Processing Call pecan. for for cracking your. Also ,to' 'Call. or. Write i' -- Coculla TerwH/egar

Doris Hair Clinic. Contact 377-0460 for seminar reservation and ;, firewood 12/01 sole..964-9990, 110p.t. ', f',;EAaTINC SANBERSaMKO I .- -
INSURANCEMAINES Lois Olsen 475-2211. 11/IOllnch training Information. Gainesville Word COMPANY SPECIAL -"
Processing, Center. Training, rentals, .'" EXPERIENCED PAlNTERi Neat work.:'Inferior 2B$ Umry Salt. hove crexlll'
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REAL ISTATI LICENSING In Lake City. and services. 11/IT.24 2tpd ," :or exterior. ,Free'. estimates. JmfcmnlB. *. H 3J102 I you good and earrt

I INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. IRM School of Real Estate. Phone HAVING A PARTY Why not rent a |uke Reasonable rates with good inferences., ., (MM) lS -2Z2f ?.. efw4Nm $''.000 A,$t'tOOO per ,
Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. '755.4006. TFN 7/14 ,box? For more Information call ,,,u<.Call 9645177. 11/17 tit your and need. a horn,'wo'have
II Complete Insurance Service. TFN. MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HON Be '. FLOORS SAGGING HOUSE UNltVELf
flooded with offers! Detail rush 4737368. /24-12/29 6tpd g$! Need,foundation repairs? We can sotv. :': VACUUM a cozy 3 ..,.,.Q that Is,close) In "...

I REAL ESTATE ..a..... to E.L.J. -Dept. A 462 A. 20th FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS' ,'\ your problem Coll for free etlmats.LaRue and has Same furnishings.. '

Terre Haute Ind. 47803. 2-pd 11/23 .144 W. Call St. 9U-7303 4, and Clark Home Repair. ((904)) ,;. ; has a chain 'link fence and 7',4" :
SEWING OPERATORS NEEDED Open Tue. Frl. t til 5:30 ,iV2843l6OoraB470a9. 11/17 4tpd 12/08 SALE ..
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIBCE OF PROPERTY Experience \ asslrn.. : ..
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Set.-9 AM 3 PM TENDER '
: YEARS PIAYSCHOOLi
but Reopen. ,
helpful not necessary. NEW A USED
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? Ill I don't have It. I'll find It Ju.t ,
Apply In person at Lake Butler ApparelCo. ppII. Not Always Necessary 'j*, Ing under new management.. Mont thni i I
aik.496-2126 JANE. S.496.v.USHER. .REALTOR.. "Your I-chg 11/23 I/7tfn. j,C, Fri., 6:30 a.m. to midnight' $25 we k. I'tWe Finance'our;, Own L AN BXTItAOHOiNARY VILLA.] M.!|W. BA? .
or SATELLITE- ANTENNA dealership ..964.7.2.ltchO 11/24, ''i> K1RBYS *'a .twO Lovely turn hoii.Q FOB (EASE:
Union County RoorOl'8104/ tin available No experience required. WANT TO"iRINK' 1-i' BABYSITTING IN MY HOMtt Rasonabl4 .'IROYALSoIj"+ __* SO N. CHURCH ST-Well "'lft.l-etry. 4 M. C 4/A.'

THAT'S YOUIIIU5INISS' 'Aretes.-On North,Ask S43.000-R02H. Brisk bom CH/A. ........ .
Dealer cost for complete)unit as low a* \ ffwy.1301: for LewRnie EUREKAS I**}
WANTEDAXLES $757. Retail $1395. Call 3035744988. WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS Crawford 964.7464. l/24 3tcha HOOVERS"EtECTROLUX1 FACING OOLF COURM-Lovely M,2 IA. Own.flit.,

3-pd 11/23-12/9 Alcoholics Anonymous ;,2/08 ,. c t : HANDSOMI .CONTCMFV! QO,,JVV, IIA.
_" 94-4150 '*" .1434
a TIRES Two axle and four tire*. BUSINESS ALANON FAMILY GROUP { .. circular hand ,corblde, chain. 'mTERQVEENS"EA' 'I'' 711 MADISON ST-Owner fineness. > ."

Highest price paid. Green Welding 44-0219. A mower blade hollow ground and balanfcu.: 5ktt >\.$ S. 47 AQlS.AItfOct. enHoue hom pecM I'ree' ,
OPPORTUNITIESOWN *
Shop 301 South Starke, FL. 964-5007.. i ,' ,11/1713lpd< 2/08"" |ed. Leave at Jackson Building Supply It*, COMMERCIAL' 'OFF *R 1-.S4th. St. J U. 2 BA-I A*, ffttt"FINI "

11/03 nchg SEWING 'MACHINES RIPAIREDlAII ', Starke, Keystone Heights\ .Lake'utiTFNchg. ,*/. f We repair all pake4i / RESIOCNCI-M A.. ,
AXLES a TIRES For mobile home Olln' OWN' make cleaned oiled and odusted.[ ./ 1 ,-; 'c' : '"ef lend 11W en >01.CONERLV .
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Mobile 10/13 tfn Home Sale Call 964-5606., Infant-Preteen.YOU Ladle Jean-Sportswear Apparel, Com: $15. Work guaranteed. James s. ?'CLASf) CUT TO ORDEEt'fborelvkdowat) ; ,\ AI young's{" FAXM44 ISTATBS-Meerl.Ac. .a 'MN--, slucce...4 *Mt Ftreetece.POULTRY *,(hewse.

.bination. Accessories, oc Lerge ,Site Strickland .corner Morgan Rd and etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. .14'.4 AC OFF 22i-w. lewtey. Own, fin. "',' ,
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RENT Needed November y: 964.607e..Orders olMt .laken In Lak. .1 SitrM 1957'
ROOM TO by brands Joroache. 16. Starke. tfn"
store. National : Chic. Hwy. 7/14 < CORNER LAFAVITTS Ii ORANGE Ac. B1B, 28 for single Christian man., Doe not. lee, levl Vanderbilt, (tad.Gunrte Sax. ,BAKER I P GAS INC:': Family owned" and .,?,473-4973 Butler. 496.3079and,, /261f"J., Keytpns) Heights) .',' i 94-6918 ?'> .!tAMI.$,.4eg.'iJMei;cend-3: let.iV$20OOMMAonoM :
drink. Call 473 3112 ,
smoke or anytime.I117242tpd :
Esprit. Brlttanla: Calvin KleinSergio operated. We sell or rent tanks 'and i' .1 rwmt CoIoMoIIt .bld0il
Valente. Evan Plccone, :Claiborne, furnish cylinder/ w. solicit customer MI. JnStorfe fU' ,3MfhnnBrth" fStarM ''
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USED lon.VIM...73.648.3 GAME TAPES tfnchg for Intellevl- Healmtex. 300 'ethers.1' 'S7.900 to who own their tank. Call 293.6812' or 'r,..* al1Ma964-63O5'''''.;'':i M,US_901 r' r, BCSSINT ROAO-Very ieS.13 la./eeeut.. ; dh'::>i.eesed) lot*' '

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$24,900 Inventory airfare training 2956810.;.11/03,4tchg. 11/24 .te ACltS Prime .lend off $*.275.$2.io1 A*,
fixtures, etc. Mr.
I NEED DIAMOND RINGS) calm: gold. grand opening ----- '_.. .. LourtIIf.11I.001.. _
327-8031. 11/24 !
((501)) Itpd
Kotecky w --,
liver a sterling for Investment Call I ) ,Weitl. :..71..... $",.. Own. Ii.. WMsoM Rd. I 935*.. _

Bob 475-2105. 11/034tchg 11/24 I II' .MPAIR SHOP. H.mpten. Own* fbwMeeI .'

.444.4405-5 I' Y.L.Dr'ttEt "aqI {'MN8 eA" *....$OiL $ 2.000/ -..1, .J.i"l", '

MOTORCYCLES. USED BIKESPECIALS \ .#.. s its .EDWAO .RO/A .1/Pte. AC_: .

r 2'" thru 6", ,.e"rweee.' .... .

:i 177 HONDA SSOt Adult owner. low Fast Rotary s uicoqr, H.rii'7 r OIIftAW N.aaa'
mlleooe. $750. 9604- 6oIO. 11/17 tin. *." Nova IIIJuIt-.7 _
1 S2 SUZUKI tSOMUi Silver. Get 4O mpg .SUZUKI Sf SO-Uke now.! THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 'l\1.';.I'"* ': 1:00P.M. Drilling Equip; ,i ,w,,_eouese uss t5. ," T5xss. 4.".
Wo $495. Now $345. .e.nntA.aixa m gP .. ,, ..
and sakeover I' = < '" .... I
and run great. Asking $200 .1981 185 Yamaha. Good! GAINESVILWE, .pyoRIDA State. I Ucsnssdbf. __ ," .".,, 1"
loin of $17M. Cosh. 964-4602. .. .
11/17 2tchg 11/24 hope.. Repo. Make offer. DIRECTIONS: From Gainesville at 'int.r..cti t.l *-7$ nti RoOd 2o.;'go wet asproxinMtely -, rWp.r.a..s4.New

l7t SUZUKI 400 CO Good condition. .1981 Honda 400. ,Good 6 mile Turn south on County *ted 241 and go approxiMately 3 ml.....,; ;.. ,..,. .:. j :

i I Ideal for Christmas, $400. 964.87B4, hope.. \ Turn right on S.W. 28th St., and go I mile to nroiMrty.,Pyopwty,. 'Jroot: *on S,.W.: ;28lh.. ) fIn .:!....., .., r.,. ." '" .j"tx"aef': .::;O. 'R't. : ,Li1"1' !"
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Itpd 11/24 ___ 1979 GS 73* Alachua Coynty. 'ri & Usedv' .t' au, :
!' fred for quick sale. $990. J ,. .: :.-! 'fijLlLONGCHAMPrir"
' Bal >Part8'Servic4
SUPERIOR .1973 GT 750. Rebuilt.Meeh. 72AC1ES .. _
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FRAMESTEEL BUILDINGS bike. $975. $075. ) : B-Z Terms ;, :. .. ... ..
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: Lake Butler: All MMl with. ....MOI..KMea bier 197B Hondo'' r500Auto. (Property .4 .. ."" ._"I: .'-v; ..: "* "
Call VlcM, SlreneOT nd UMer j dressed. 11193. ATTENTION s l U5 INVESTORS 1 1 L Off Pt..i :
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499-22SI IIt ttHM soy bwTtnW Land I* wooded. gently rolling I .....
svsnio.LICENSED 1979 GS 10001-3,000 foe same family for ov* ... L. .. ..
I o mile*. $2500. and has a big 2.419 ft, paved J county road k.f .p'.I'! *,or ex: ellwtf 'rbn' ,0. .ti. rR N .IHC.. ; '
:New Installatiori ,
t 971' GS 750 Dressed. ; ri '' ,
JEwELL for, Investment ;''''1. '' ; t I ) :
:Keystone Dori ffgts. OFFWEO IN TRAct "TIONS j Rea ocWin f1ri ":1_' y.i r bl.a .. .-T- "? t.
Call .
MfLCO MANUFACTURE Honda .
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ExpressMoped. ORAS '\ tS. ,1':3II..drQJim...'Ick: Ve t..r Hom :
473-2210 "FOR INFORMATION CA 1.1. : ,.I I It
$299 flur tsceter .
.' KD 80-$49S. TERMS Cash ,80th., CHlA'. .. .'Uti... .. t I ...'
Adventures Ahead. Inc. 82 Kawasaki ", ... .. # ... "" .
PHONE oa WRITLAND 1 of '
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P.O. Box 1046 \ PUMP '
-: Call Mary .Go-Cart Price Start YOUR BEST HID:! INFLATION .. \1' ,ONVOUlI.01'I ,,('
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Melroso. Flo. 32666 AtS395.Hurryt.3WhooI. _. k SUPPLY ,.... '
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o" 475-1407_ ..* Wheelers v.'" IIIIB / ,: COMPANY; n .

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I Send I Llm.rock ''rW.11: Drilling Curie I, 1 t A N. Magnolia As. r O L+ MUOfWM 39A70L :,'Lt1'J Ii. 1It "< '
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