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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: September 20, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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: : -' 198485'was given final approval was trimmed from the county's I
Monday night Sept. 17, by the Bradford $95,000 reserve*budget, which, had '
County Commission.The already been cut some$50,000. :
new budget carries a property The budget still Includes a'''.five !
tax levy of 9.44 mills. down'. from percent across-the-board salary increase -!
9.537 for fiscal 83-84. 'The commission for county employees: Money
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and adopted the millage' rollback January, a late raise''for fiscal 83-84,,
1 rate set by which Appraiser Jim :'is also included in the new budget:. a
my ,Alvarez the millage to Newly Detected commissioner:
bring in the same' property tax Lawrence M08ley'.asked/: the coma
revenue as last.year. The millage; missioners to make a committment
i wY rate .Is slightly down because' tax how'to trim the budget next year to
able values are up. match Incoming'revenue,",:'evm if;
I In a work session the week before;' 'we have to cut whole'programs"{
commissioners told Clerk Gib, The other four .commissioners'.
Brown and CPA Pat Farnsworth to 'agreed. One board member noted
,use carryover'funds to balance the that Is always easy said at this time
1 M f "t budget It took some $309,000 in carryover -- 'of the year, and much More difficult,
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spending bill, and leaves some comes next summer ..
$250,000 in reserve for this year In an election year, Such'as;this;,
"If you commissioners are as con- commissioners did not really make
servative in 1984-85 as you were this all the cuts they would have liked.',;,
,year, I'm'' not worried about the Butthe.$309,000: in reserve funds
budget."Clerk Brown. told the board. :which went, to balance"the budget
Monday night. won't be available this available this''
In their third and final work ses year for'earn 'interest{ Therefore
-a sion: commissioners cut the.requested there probably will be less,reserve
., n $100,000 contribution for the, ,funds left next summer, .-
'b proposed Santa Fe Community College -' Funds are included in the $680,406
branch to be located In the old 'transportation budget to pave Laura'
Spicing Jp the Show... 1902 courthouse in downtown Starke. Church and Ellington Roads: Work'

Tornado majorette: gave a Zippy performance Also trimmed was travel and ex- on securing ;right-of-way on Ell
.' Keystone! High game. Even though It was the first Friday night during the The majorettes are (I.r) Kim Casey, Lori King Donna Langley Cindy penses. of the county librarian. $5,000 ,ington Road has been slowed by the .
performance
of the Rodgers, and Melissa Williams. was trimmed from the county resignation of Paul Carter 'who told
year and the Bradford High Band Is In a Not shown aif Rosalind Lennon, Anna ;
sound was Intact. rebuilding year the big band Ward and Donna Parado. Judge's requested expenditures, In- the board time does not permit him -
i ; cluding payments for >a 'proposed -to continue that the process is more ';:

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f The hospital and nursing' home In' patients are in Gainesville, he said. He said the nursing home had 'O'Steen said they expected to have .
J; Starke are debating about who The swing bed designation means planned to ask for licensure to han- about four patients at a time in the t
should be allowed license to provide that the hospital would be allowed to dle Medicare patients when the additional swing bed designation, but had asked : .''i> .1 ,
continuing care for patients on the keep patients for a maximum of 100 rooms were available. for 16 in'case more space was On Redevelopment !
road to recovery but as yet unable to days beyond the time they would The "skilled nursing" designationis needed during a peak time.
care for themselves. normally be released. needed for the type patients that "n ,
would come from the hospital after '"We don't feel we're competing in The city"and county redevelopment certification program are organized i !
'The controversy began when Nursing Home Administrator Pat surgery or an accident in need of the same arena as the nursing movement continues to move, and moving forward on their goals to I
Bradford Hospital applied to the j, Scanlin says Whispering Pines Care more specialized care than a normal home O'Steen said.Both forward on four fronts., make the county more competitive I
Department of Health and Center in Starke Is currently expan-- extended care patient living at the the hospital and the nursing in attracting new Industry and other I
Rehabilitative Services for 16 "sw ding from 49 to 120 beds and will be nursing home. home would expect to increase -Architect's plans for adapting the development, as well as improving, i '
ing beds" to be used by patients ''seeking a license to care for the Scanlin said continuing care at the revenues by providing the service to Interior of the 1902 Courthouse for,, the overall quality of life, : I
after a normal hospital stay. Some same type patient which the hospital nursing home would be less expen- patients in this gray area. The nun- the purposed of Santa Fe Communi.
patients require special care even' is seeking. sive'than the same'services at the ing home is concerned with filling. ty College Starke Center have been, : I
after they' have used up the time Scanlin told an' HRS representative hospital. the new rooms being constructed: completed. Brochures have been At a' Sept 10 meeting the
designated by Medicare regulations in Gainesville that the North. O'Steen said the nursing home Jeff, Gregg of the North Central printed describing the project and, Downtown Progress' Committee :
for a particular illness or injury. Central Florida Health Planning would not be able to, provide the Florida Health Planning Council present.plans are to start work,,on discussed possible ways'of financing
Council failed to provide full Infor- skilled nursing care at the same; said that because of the current the renovation by January t, downtown landscaping; acquisitionof
Hospital Administrator C.E."Rip" mation about the situation in Starke extended shortage in nursing home beds he additional parking areas;and Imf
price Charged to care -, '
O'Steen said currently' pa- when of thehospital's patients -Bids will soon be received for an. provements to.buildings..
recommending approval due to more costs for, nurses expects the new .beds will soon, ,, be
tients in this category ha ve to go out request for swing beds. and filled._ architectural and historical survey'of
of town for suitable care. These paitients equipment. \jAn HRS hearing officer 111 expected the Call Street commercial ..Attorney Brown Askedto
are not able to stay in the Scanlin said the expansion of the Both agreed that a need exists for >Terry was .
hospital because of .Medicare nursing home by 71 beds would be care to Medicare patients in Starke to decide whether Bradford district,, under a $3,000 grant of investigate the possibility of issuing .
Hospital can provide awing beds federal funds, matched by the Bradford industrial bonds financed .
regulations, and the nearest nursing complete by and the'pre' but no estimate of the number of patients \r by
sent 49 rooms would renovated. involved could be determined. within two months. County Board of Historical revenues from a special tax district
care' centers licensed for this
type Trustees. If Call Street is declared a
|In the Call Street area..The low interest .
'" historic district; as a result of the municipal bonds would be'
survey property .owners will be repaid over'an extended period of
eligible for a 25 percent tax credit on time, and could possibly make finaniclng. -' 1
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II Sen. Chiles' OHic to Help'm'City's with.EP A improvements to their buildings. I .available to property owners .1,

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'City< fathers have contacted the office Brown again warned the city com- Mayor Jimmy Crosby said Chiles' with EPA to present to the senatorso .Negotiations are under of way with buildings. ;

of U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles in its mission at its Sept. 11 meeting. office "... talked real positive and he will know what is going on. the State, Department Call Street Transportation fa, In a separate Sept. 10 meeting,the:. I.;
efforts to get help in its battle with Attorney Brown said he has didn't think, the city is being The commission's attitude Is that to remove between: US-301 and Highway Beautification Committee
the Environmental Protection Agency received a letter from EPA onlirm- unreasonable." EPA pushed the city into condemning (downtown area, from Its current discussed landscaping of median .:
the 369-acres of land in the and purchasing the 369 acres, Water Street strips US-301
over Aug. 24 phone call that the that for along ,; through Starke. I
old airport on US-301 south It helped,, federal government agency won't ."Well..., I'm glad to hear that"' now it wants its money back. SR-230 designation Call Street, so and plans possibly Committee chairman, Reggie .
pay for. -. iEPA settle. A Sept. 6 letter followed, offering said veteran commission Vernon Plus, the city fathers now want to ,landscaping / Flynn estimated it would cost about ,
traffic:and parking paGterns
wants its million 'dollar/' four dates for an evidenciary Silcox.. keep the acreage on U3-301IOUth for changing be carried out. $3,000 to landscape'the strips,but I
back, is unwilling to make a settle hearing.; Brown said he will seek the Next step is a trip\ to Washington, >an industrial park. can members agreed- to shoot for as,
ment and apparently is heading to latest date, in November, to gain as D.C. to talk to Sen. Chiles and his Brown said EPA operates under a e.Committees' .. much as$10,000 in their fund-raising :.
the issue of the city named .to\vorlt') efforts to insure a surplus left over''
court over oJd much time as possible to prepare the staff. Attorney Brown Is preparing a '
airport 'property, attorney Terry city's case. summary of the city's, interaction ..(See EPA Battle..PJA") phases of the Community: Blue Chip for,: future maintenance.,.; I ,.,"/<,t /; ,
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County( commissioners have i restraining order until the commission Keystone!i Heights and the' Frees' could lose your done In Baldwin,O'Neal said.: gently don't know the chemical'properties -, '. I '" .1
authorized Chairman E.W. Hodgesto can determine what course of company which .1'. hauling ''the' agreed sanitarian eai.oC mmis Two hundred Clay residents appeared of<< the sludge, how crops will '"
instruct county attorney Dudley action to take So far, an ordinance sludge. Hlon Chairman E.W. Hodges said at a publiC'' hearing in Clay react to It.'and If it could g.1 Into the:: :
Hardy to seek an injunction against controlling the spreading, of the Commissioners realize the county local residents have been complaining -, County to oppose, the;dumping of tributaries of the Santa Fe.Hiverwhich : '
bringing and'dumping sludge from sludge has been suggested. has no expertise In this area, as;j'. to him about the odor and that 12 Duval effluent there. is protected by being declared- '', ,,
Duval County into Bradford County. It must be determined whether the county attorney Dudley Hardy; residents were in his store one da'y. ""I tell you what, now;" that's some an Outstanding Florida water; : ,
The action was'' taken Monday sludge Is fertilizer or a contaminating pointed out. and want as much input, '.., Doug Tienan, manager of the sod' bad stuff said Commissioner Harold Hill, president of the SantaFe
night, Sep.,n, after the comms- effluent' from the .from knowlegeable sources.as it is' farm, ,said be doesn t understand Lawrence f Mosley. .: Lake Dwellers Association which
.ion'final budget bearing.Commia- Buckman sewerage treatment plantin possible to get. "_ what caused the odor. Tienan O'Neal said Department of En- led the effort to prevent mining of
Iioners said sludge Is still be spreadat Jacksonville. ., Harold HOI, a retired Jacksonville. ,suspects some raw sewage was haul vironmental Regulation permission, the Santa Fe Swamp for peat, said
the Bryant edd1Sb.. farm .on Word that a very foul' odor I \is employee who managed that city's; ed in by mistake. had been Deceived by Fren*.Eatery the sludge is the result from.. the way I
SR-123 northeast of Lawtey.The emanating from the Bryant Reddish treatment plants including the' Very little odor could be detected, prises, the company that hauls the Jacksonville, treats its wastepro-)
board indicates It wants to' farm (the old Abraham place) off Buckman plant, advised',the commission when commissioners visited they sludge and Jack Pons to spread the \tducts. Originally,Hill satd'Jaokson-: '
top., the spreading .of the sludge SR-125 northwest of Lawtey. put to take care in allowing\' farm Sept. 10. ,Sludge w.. 'being' liquid sludge on about 200 acres" near ville was to barn its sludg*. Imtad.its
before It goes any further. than the county commissioners in a quandryat sludge to be dumped onto Bradford pumped onto by .'..SK-Wix northwest 01 Lawtey..t the city eliminated the portion of ,
Lawtey farm.'Commissioner. its Sept.10 meeting wondering soil from a larger urban area sucjirf',', using a large''fthoeah 0 Neat said checks are made fV ,treatment process that digests*! ....,
Lawrence Mosley how to control the dumping of the as Jacksonville. Hill suggested contacting sprinkler it.The sludge WM being, 'DER to determine the clarification = and began, the;\etaaferttUbeground.
said?he has been receiving complaints sludge from a large urban area suchas Mayor Braddock of Baldwin,,,' pumped onon high ground and about?f ''of' rfudge.' but didn't knee:''what ollpll"MdbC' tM'.....:,ea.,
from area residents about Jacksonville onto Bradford CouD'ty. -. who he said has been through ia'' 1OO yards from the truck. assurances if any are made to be'sure .) '*;v *
he terrible smell. He Mid a beauty, .. -. sludge, ,dumping'' situation id;!f ". O Neal says using the sludge as- thAt Chas One slur reaches u! .B MfHxt6ffteiaJs;;'MU ..P'Inotlin
shop had to close three df because; Sanitarian !f barrel! i O'Neal 1 waassigned > Baldwin, Braddock' could tell the.. fertilizer Is cheaper than crammer- pacific area. to FreM Trucks.VNeal's Wt what. rt.. .i'.itnated
_' trMi avlfM*. the wit' 01'setting up'a county what Baldwin bad to.do ,k>\ .cal fertilizer .";''v ,', proposed ordinance- ,: or' .....6aI
Commissioners didn't smell much special ,meeting: for 8 p.m. next con :sludge dumping. Hill Aid. ; t. Commissioners: ; farms allover ', i amiM : rohflfrit the dumping; of .... ,"
{I odor when they visited.the farm the Thursday, Sept.. 27. in the county Frets owns property at Baldwin}\:' the county will vt* **.,;, Jtrero outalde' Bradford Coun- 'WMte comenp. wHfc .. .
previous Monday, Sept. 10.' But suiv commission meeting room with in where spreads sludge and'ilr-t' There Is also the Urn ofdMf." f ?_ I w uId.lto prohibit Ctass 2 mod "' : : 1 :' 'L ," ., ..- ..., I .
mined that twhen-'rains".et.tIte' < ,terfted parties.'Invitation will be!< ""ro tety discs It into tfc groan3' ; iMinuig; the content of|he. iliisy. A', ,- o wawa gentst li j, 'I

.1..... dumpMl on tiatl.grewt9,j the/ Issued to ofBcWs from the Department -;,\, '-'The'odor'was ha i ibfe--"oM :Marian d< ordinence 'pyepsrea One s'odnacadw want to tlkcnallly eevcry'precautien'to ..sludge I* I part j r*. ',. 4,:.
of Environmental Regulation O'Neal allows CbM Commissioners
smeT county commission Lawrence "
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Everett sludge, but would ban Class and preclude comtajtiinaBut .;,treated. Clue 1 shun! .to tat', '
Chairman Hodges .& to ak attorney from Tallahassee Mayor Motiley who was called to the scene ""
f ; Hardy to, seek a temporary Braddock of Baldwin, Harold Hill of the first week of this month. "You1YIMMIVy" class 3 sludge. This, U the way. it Is of Bradford land, But they curv I meet DER standMxfc.\

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The matches will run from 9 ajm. Stanley Crawford,a BHS
to 4 p.m. In the BHS auditorium.The structor.Returning. "
is scheduled for BHS team membersare
championship game
Junior Eddie Tennant and ,.
r e 3p.m.Schedule for the games is: sophomores Lisa Blalock, Shawn 1
w 9:16 a.m.. Crescent City vs ,Schmidt, Shawn Smith Michael
f r. : Williston, Davie, and Stephen Akridge.. New
10:01 a.m.Allen Nease vs Bron- team members are sophomores Eric
Lane and Ed Rob Bailey, and
son.-11:01 a.m.- Interlachen vs freshmen Chris Powell Jonathan
Chiefland.. Rowe. Joy Vellenga Rick Kimutis
Gift from Rosalie Brown... No. 2 game vs Jody Brown and Jasond Brown. .
BUS is Flying a New Flag, a L .1.8 p.m.Winner 3 Lost via graduation were 1983.84varsity 'f fAN !
winner of No.
ROTC students at Bradford High raise the new American flag donatedby (Bill) Due. ROTC Instructor and Bob Brows Port W American legion. 2:01 p.m.Bradford game. High vs win team members John Tinsler,. : '(
Mrs. RescUe Brown John In memory oT her late husband T. Fred commander.ROTC students raising the flag are Sgt.Jimmy llankerson.SSgt Jules Wise Lori Snow,Cathy Roach,
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Williams, ner !
Angela Cpl.
Coltrane Felton Cpl.Judy Petteway Sgt. ,
Browa.In 3:01 p.m.Championship game. and Steve Marshall. ,
I background (I-r) are Assistant Principal Charles Hall. Col. Wm. Donnell Wanton. Interlachen High is last year's Coach Crawford says he has not ;
Central Division and conference yet divided the team up into varsity: i
champion. Allen Nease was the and junior varsity. ,,

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Commission Fears day Garbage: Filling Bradford Landfill


A system to control the amount opening would be left for private fear being blocked in by a train.The I
and type of solid waste going Into the users with smaller vehicles. only exit now crosses the railroad
Bradford landfill a problem facing Sanitarian suggested fees for com tracks. Castleberry requested that I
county commissioners. mercial users. County attorney commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman
Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., Dudley Hardy said it would be betterto take over the negotiation for a price,
who Is in charge of the landfill opera- control the use of the landfill by rather than Commissioner E.W,
tion this year, told board members regulation. Hodges. The commission agreed. VJ
Sept. 10 he suspects the Bradford Home'' Entertainment Concept
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landfill is getting more than its In other Sept. 10 action, the font- Took no action on Castleberry's
share of garbage, Including some mission: request to take the IImerock off the comes to Bradford County ;
from Clay County.Commissioners. Strawberry Acres road and make it
and county Heard District, Forester Don into a dirt road again. Castleberry Formerly Bradford Music Center In Bradford Square Shopping Ctr '
sanitarian Darrell O'Neal discussed West, in his annual report, say that,. complained the dust from the j
controlling commercial garbage collectors 6,000 acres of free seedlings have limerock Is causing illnesses to some r rr r
by limiting them to .15 cubic been donated to Bradford County by local residents. : :
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yards of compacted garbage per the Division of Forestry. The county We, the process of remodeling and need
customer per week, or .25 cubic pays the state 3 cents per acre for Was told by Emergency Services \'
yards per week of uncompacted garbage. rural woods fire protection. Director Cliff Chapman the new
A report from County Forester chassis for the rescue service is be- t make room for new fixtures.....
O'Neal explained that if the com- D.W. Norton included a "free offer" ing outfitted with a body in Atlanta. '. .
mercial collectors will provide a list for landowners with space for grow- Chapman said the new fire truck will ,
of customers, it can be determinedhow ing trees.Free seedlings will be provided soon be returned to Union Correctional ,
much collector individuals who have from Institution! to be painted.' ,
will be allowed to bring to the landfill five to 80 acres ready for planting.
each week. The capacity of the Norton said seedlings cost about $72
truck is known and the amount of per thousand but the speicial program .Was informed by the Departmentof 0d'q[
garbage per family can be financed by timber companies Transportation that the 3.4 milesof
multiplied by the number of would replant up. to 6,000 SR-21 that is In Bradford County, I
customers to determine how many acres. currently being repaved, will be ,
cubic yards a collector will be allow- returned to the county in Feb. 1985. 1
ed. That can be converted to truck Referred Errol Brown who There was no word on whether DOT
loads. wants to begin a bus service between will allow the county to return SR-16 WITH OUR :
The commission passed a resolu- Jacksonville, Lawtey, Starke ,back to the state for maintanance, PRECISION, MUSICUp r
tion to that effect Including a time Hampton,Waldo,and Gainesville,to .as the commission has requested. ,'.
limit of 30 days for commercial gar- the state's Public Service Commission : .,

bage collectors to provide lists of. for the proper. ,permitting! trot ,, n I, ,'I i .. ,. <0'' \ .It) .
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r tnk.'IfS."JbIJi ato hbaaaritt At. a 'w' 2'o1d' RichAi td-c jjt+elbeiey';:\ihicounty >v.cience instructor Jerry McGriff to 'i} '
present; some trucks go by the man needs a price on the land it the district mental health board.It is,, /: .\
on duty without stopping, says Com- plans to make a second exit from a new board; the former.Dist. HI
missioner Carter. A strong gate Strawberry Acres off US-301 north of board was dissolved and a new one In stock 'T -.'" 'I r'r
would force them to stop. A smaller Starke. Strawberry Acres residents formed. '
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25 to determine the winner of the second e INSTRUMENTS I

member council Jane, and seat Hall Roy in Hampton.Both Roark.former .current council SPECIAL 10 % OFF $25 off on .any instrument with this coupon !

holder of a seat received a vote countof All Silk Arrangements .._I r.rarer aw no rmsas ono are w aw son --- s oar saas.d' .
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The council determined in it's Large Selection of Dish Gardens e
regular session Sept. 12 that a runoffwas

alternate have the their only method voice way would in for the the have matter.citizens been An to to I 1003 S. Water St..(Hwy 10OE) Next to Pinenurst \ ( \f RENT A MOVIE I


draw names from a hat. '
The winner will take office at the e \7 TONITE'! @ :
meeting to be held October 5 for'' _
swearing-in of all new officials.In ...4 ._ 00000' .'' 0 q .

other business in the past week:

Agreed to repair several streets : I
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surgeon to remove from
private Iota, remains of the project of, ; -u StereoSp..l krs:
right-of-way clearing.
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Heard a report of no water pro- DOWN TilE DRAIN DOWN THE DRAIN *99 O IT "
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Lee until he completes a required 180
hour police training couare, as re- We rent video( Movies
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within the state.Awarded ..c*, 100 ,
over tltles'io"selectfro'nj/

a garbage pick up bid to
Bradford Garbage Service for the
amount of $350 per month for fiscal ,
19 4.1985.. the same amount as thecurrent
year.Listened .'

to a request that the council
consider renewal of the City-
Florida Power franchise fee agree ill
ment due in 1988. The company offered
to pay the fee in monthly in- .6' .
stallments, rather than yearly as ,
previously,' stressing that con- '
siderable Interest could be earned on '" ? st
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nation Fishing'in Day celebrating Sept:33. Hunting and Time f-Use Rates (lower rates in off-peak hours) and CashBack. 1 ", We also-sell your'favorlte movies', IjOOO. if select

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I Lame Duck Mayor Fires ll mptoriMarshal I Penny New Issues Stocks '


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insubordination Specifying dereliction, Mayor of duty Gordon and Hodges is to begin a new term Oct. .No personal use of city equipment.''I Hodges said he Intends"to pursue the For a broker specializingIn
Wadsworth 5, and Mayor Wadsworth leaves office I matter legally..., and seek damages
Marshal suspended, without pay, then. The council can reinstate the Wadsworth states that Hodget i both actual In lost pay and live, ,
Hampton John Hodges by marshal at the next regular meeting from whatever attorney OTC
hand delivery of a letter Tuesday. specifically violated the second rule,, parties my
Sept. 18. which is after Oct. $. in not patroling the school zone at t t dvLsert. He asserted that this action Call Bob Barker
specified times Monday afternoon 01. was "..;the last dying act of a man
It leaves Hampton without
a law officer The suspension results, according that knows '
no better f ft
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seeking "
Tuesday morning I
revenge
since the council had already to Wadsworth, from <
atledged viola Chairman Ted Curtis stated that M II't for my pursuit of charges in an Blinder.Robinson fcCaM(
dismissed
Deputy Marshal John
Lee tion
of of
rules procedure passed at a ed theft of 'Impfy I .. '
monies .
was understood the council that a city I was .
until he by i -- "-"" ..
completes police training. special meeting of the council Sept. }4 '
Under the person would be designated by th, doing my Job as I would for any other f'' t 1.,1'All ,
Hampton charter, the and amended at second
a meeting. council charges presented." E Florida 1.8004323342If
to the
patrol area Tuesday,
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mayor general supervisor of the Monday. Sept.17. when Marshal [ Hodges also said he "...holds
marshal and the, clerk, and has Hodges could not PM no 'I
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malice toward the Mayor", but that
authority to dismiss. First news of the The rules include present.Hodges
passed : also 'entire, "This should be on Wadsworth's
agrees that the const -
firing came after the city budget body understood this but thai t clence if something happens In the
present ,
hearing Tuesday night when Mayor All duties shall be performed in a Mayor Wadsworth had absented| ty when no law is available for
Wadsworth handed a copy of his letterto professional manner. Chairman Ci-I
himself before completion of th<, Curtis said
Hodges to City Clerk Lola William .. night that Hodges is"
meeting, and passage of the amendment .all right,
son. Daily patrol of the school zone at permitting designation of ar i see no basis for the charges, as far /1 ;,
Hodges thinks the firing results Hampton Elementary during peak alternate. I know,'*Curtis said Wednesday more <
from a complaint he initiated that periods, unless the council designatesa Wadsworth admits leaving ) .ning that Marshal.Hodges was supposed ,|,
Mayor Wadsworth had illegally taken other than the --
person marshal. meeting,but that his last statement U, to confirm presence of a patrol *
city money during a prior term. A Patrol on a regular basis of the entire Hodges "I'll tomOM'OIIImorning at the school zone before leaving for
was see you
Bradford grand Jury declined to city is also to be accomplished,
press at the school zone" and at, work Tuesday'' morning, and Curtis Sherri' Herndon. Tornado .'
charges in the case. MayorWadsworth' with generalsupervlaion thai Hodges did not do that. c '
t says cheerleader
mayor : urges the team on to a
the firing has of of
says Keeping daily logs phone was the binding rule for the marshalIn Hodges states that he has followed big district win.
nothing to do with the charges led. calls, mileage and hours of home
patrol. a statement to The Telegraph/ ,: all the standards as set by the group. I JI your

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I $81 ,707 Budget forBrooker Gets Final Approval by Council can rebuild you affordto ?

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The Brooker City Council: gave final the town at the next city election. proposal with City Attorney Roger which had been sitting on the side of The new plan is to put signs on existing The Hartford '
approval to the town's new budget Adopted unanimously, the voters Bhnn. Second reading and adoption is' the street all day in the floor of the city stop signs and to erect addi- you can.
and tax millage rate at the regularly will get to decide if they want to keep scheduled for the. next'' regular ', hall, Mrs. Mann voiced her com- tional stop signs at intersections If your home is de
scheduled meeting Sept. 11. the traditional mayor's position or to meeting. pltint about the poor state. of city ser- which need them.. stroyed Valu-Rite full
go to a mayor designated from among Recently completed was 'the In- vices. Road work is being scheduled'' for value replacement feature -'
The property tax rate was certifiedat the council members. If this methodis stallation of a new pump for the water "I can't see continue paying$3.50 a the Shady Oaks Subdivision with thealsistance .will pay the full
1,367, for 84.85, down from 1,466 for chosen,one council member will be system. Totaling $1,158, the bill was month for this"' she told the council. of the County Road cost to rebuild it--at
i the present year. This rate will bring designated as mayor for a one year 'approved for payment to R.M. "If I had a pick-up truck, I could do a Department. ,Melvin informed the today's construction
into the town's coffers aproximately term on a rotating basis.; Meyers and Davis, Inc.;'of Jackson better job than he has." Council that he had tentatively strucka prices. Regardless of
$1.515, or 1.8 percent of the budget. ville.p'P.C.I. 'Mann 'was'assured repeatedly) by deal with the county for' them to policy':; limits .. .
"Either the people want to do away 'came out today," Gene the council members that her situation spread limerock and stabilize the en- your Don't risk losing your ; -
Total expenditures for Brooker are with it or leave it the way. it is," said Melvin told the council, completing would be corrected. trance road to Shady: Oaks if the city home undervalued r if \
Chairman Gene Melvin. in the "When it's out there, I It I would buy the matea'iais.I I to
I projected to be $81,707 for both the repairs on a leaking standpipe pick up. necessary Demand f', '
general fund and the water system' Shady Oaks Subdivision. "Water now 'don't say; didn't; but i if it was out This proposal met with approval. of insurance;
1 during 84.83. "The mayor has a responsible posi circulates in Shady Oaks," the chair:,. there I didn't see it,"city garbage collector the other members."If I The Hartford's VilU-
tion..but it's been neglected..the man assured the other council'' 'Doc' Drawdy. assured the coun we would of had a subdivision .Rite protection for ''t,.'.
The position of mayor is vacant dueto mayor really i oversees the coun- members. cil."What ordinance, we wouldn't be doing this yourhomeandyourpeace : \ ,
the recent resignation of Blake cilmen's positions,". said spectator Is the procedure for someoneto ''now," said ,Melvin of the extensive of mind: ,
Hamilton who unsuccessfully ran for ,George< county' commissioner. The council Bursting into the,.middle of the asked George Pierce, the audience; the streets in the subdivision oh homeowners ,
, has decided to leave the decision up to "I think it needs to be carried meeting, Mrs. Marvin Mann loudly "Call the council members Present for the meeting were Coun insurance without. a
f the citizens of the town whether to before the town of Brooker and if they presented her complaint about her responded councilman Carl Edwards.Street cil Chairman Gene Melvin, Council quote from us. :'
t keep the position or do away with it. :accept it,alright," answered Melvin.. gargbage not being collected >on signs are back on again,with' Members C.J. Stalnaker, Carl Ed ".
, It was the first reading of an ordinance A special meeting was set for schedule.. C.J. Stalnaker being assigned the job wards, Joe Tolleson, and Sue Davis '
-which will put the question to September 25 at 8 p.m..: to discuss'the Depositing both bags of :garbage .of determining how many are needed: .along with City Clerk Linda Robinson. i HODGESInsurance .

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(from page IA) 'mltted to sell the land and use the,:' The city has home $420,000 In- AUTO LIFE .
rigid federal rule'which allows certain proceeds of the sale to upgrade,. vested in the airport property, EPA Wiring: Residential ft Commercial MOBILE HOMES
options.,in disposing of federal enlarge, or repair city systems some,$750,000. .HOMEOWNERS
purchased lands: which qualify for grant funds. This is 'Mobile Home Poles
f EPA or the municipality\ could the program proposed to EPA by city 'Thatland Is too valuable to cough 100 200 AMP V.
sell the land, then prorate the money engineer Don Ruckman for'' up," said Commissioner Bobby ,.
I received upgrading thq city sewerage treatment Biggs saying he likes the' option Free Estimates ....
t The municipality can keep the facility. where the city retains the property. : 964.4824 THE HARTFORD
'. I land if it is eligible for grant funds to Commissioner Silcox said Worst scenario is that the city will _
develop it under: other federal pro- upgrading the collection system partof have,to sell the property and pay
graeM. f"'C'' .,' the sewer syat.em.a' top priority! ,..| EPA three-fourths 0J the money, at- \, ., .
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Hampton'city council members met transfers set at $6,136. ,Estimated with Your Children '
in a final hearing for the 1984.85 amounts and proposed uses of '
budget' Tuesday, September 18 at 7 Federal Revenue Sharing funds was By Julia T. Miller.. ..:DEA President '
p.m. approved as a part of the presented
', Income for the year is estimated to budget. \ "
be$69.698, with actual expenses set at Ad Valorem millage to be levied The Bradford Education; Association, Is anxious to help you '
$63.562, and a reserve fund for con- against all taxable property in the ci- help your child be'0.'success In school. Each week we will provide QuckStart' .

tingency and water department ty is set at 1.691 mills .a tip for you to use at home. This week's, ,,tip suggests'that' .
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'i Commodity Distribution Set Sept.24-28 house give themphedd start when they enter school. Begin: .ft Works

math lessons in the Coziest room in the house.., the kitchen. '
will be disabled and over 60). ..
Surplus commodities '
fill the mind well as the stomach When children
,rl i distributed In Bradford County Ion' Starke Friday Sept. 28, RJE Baking can as
. the following schedule: School. 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. measure ingredients,, they become familiar with pounds .and "
, Lawtey,. Monday Sept. 24, Identification must be shown at ounces. Setting the oven will, make 'them' aware. of Quick Start! It's the fastest Weight Watchers program ever. And Ito a proven success
Recreation Center 9 'a.m.: : to 3:30 each distribution and no notes to will .,because hundreds of thousands have tried, and lost weight quicker the ,
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;.: i 1. ;;'cepted. learn( to measure out equal; proportions "r.'It'ur. They'll /leornto I Quick Start Is simple and sensible. ifs flexible, too; with a practical; exchange
'. Hampton Wednesday, Sept: 26, Outreach workers'will' deliver follow a sequence t to Its natural conclusion,. When your cupcakes system that allows you to substitute the foods that you like. And the appetizing.
City Hall, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. commodities to homebound clients'call 'or cookies are ready, have your children 'divide the easy-to-follow menus'consist only of real foods-np food. substitutes or>.' ,'(",\ .
Brooker,'Thursday,.Sept.'27, City who are bedridden.' For, delivery As .. supplements. "
each member of the family an add.
,:I Hall, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; 964-6696. sweets equally1 among ; Quick Start is far more than just a food plan. It's a proven approach to weight j
Speedville, Thursday Sept. 27,., Food stamp cards are not acceptable ed bonus, your children: will learn to look to you for guidance. control that teaches good eating habits, behavior modification even easy exercises ,
j v $:30 a.m. to 4 pro- only issued letters each of' determinationwhich time client isrecertified. .Helping. you keep'.In touch with your 'child, this'/: Is a weekly' you can do at home. And in our supportive group environment/ ,trained leaders '
Starke Thursday, Sept 27, RJE are Bradford Education t Association.Am&rlcsfe and fellow members encourage you every step of the way 1,
;j School 10:30 a.m to $ pm. (for : series brought to you by the We're accepting enrollments now for the Quick Start Program. So call.: Weight,
Watchers today Hurry!
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I New River Church Now in 151st Year, ,,: Despite Indians and Rattlesnakes I II

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I r fir, With, the, new ystor. Randall W.
Maycumber. and wi into a brand
new pastor um. and expanded church
facilities to accommodate I Its present
membership of 162, historic' New River
Baptist Church is preparing to hold dedication -
services the first Sunday In October.: 1
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, With the attractive brick pastorlum conveniently t
located: on the same oak-shaded
I property as the church, the tranquil scene
I presented today la a far cry from that of
151 years ago when the church was found-
I ed by a handful of early settlers who braved ,
the threat of Seminole Indians in orderto '
attend services at "Rattlesnake y. I, 'i4 n"' p't .
I, Church" as it was sometimes called ; ilM '1 "

,, Rev. Maycumber succeeds Rev. Jim a, "+ sr
I Countryman the former pastor who was
called to another church In June after 12'',y
years at New River. The new pastor, who '
I has resided at Kingsley Lake for the past
year, comes to New River with an exten '
sive background in both Christian work -L
I and ministry'; as well as some "secular" _L _
activities including service as a welfare '
case worker in Dayton Ohio; executive

i + secretary of a YMCA in Orlando; and a New $68,000 New River pastorlum now has Its first occupants"
teacher-counselor in the Florida Juvenile

I expanded New River Baptist Church still serves today. Correctional System. He was called bit the u. -.. "
Greatly New River Church'on September 9 and Providence he "pastored" numerous 'I
1 preached his first sermon there on that other churches In the area. He Is said to I
date. have preached short, hart-hitting sermons
I and known as the "sledge hammerpreacher" ,
was
Believed to be the second oldest Baptist
Ii for Invoking fire and brimstoneon
i I EDITORIALSChamberMembership church in Florida, the New River 'con.gregatlon the heads of those who violated church d,
was organized July 17,. 1833 '
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law
i when what is now Bradford County was
still a part Of Columbia County. Fourteen Minutes of the Providence Church i
intrepid worshippers five men and 14 reported on March 14, 1846 thai "...sisterSaulsbury .
Shows women, met "...to form themselves into a was cited for having parties at
I constituted body near New River, Independent her house, and will be tried at the next conference \
BackingFortysix of any church or churches, ." On Sept. 10. 1853, "Bro. Martin .1
I Community Presbytery, or Synod and we do set apart, Hancock was cited for sending his children'to
the 24th of August next for which purposewe dancing school." Bro. Isaac Osteen was .

members of the similar events being held in Gainesvilleand do send our petition to Pigeon Creek '"expelled from fellowship" after being
new Church for'.our letters of dismission, to tried by the church "for getting drunk and
Chamber of Commerce! other towns and cities as an oppor- become a constituted Body, and we do call the fiddle, and other unlawful '

Incredible but true... tunity to get to know fellow members of upon our ministerial Brethren, Fleming 'Seeds. \
t the Starke business community, who Bates, John Tucker,and Paul B Colson" ,as I I But ironically, Tucker didn't always

I The highly successful C of C member- have common goals and interests. The a Presbytery for the above purpose. I practice what he preached. On March 9, l
is convinc- need for such togetherness has long Pigeon Creek Baptist Church, located 1845 church minutes report that Tucker
ship drive, just completed been felt and will be welcomed by 7 Mr miles north of Hilliard in Nassau Coun- ., was charged with several items of misconduct
ing proof that the aggressive programof ty, is "clearly established" to be the "first including his saying, "...it was owing
activities, now engaged in by the business newcomers, as well as those Baptist Church organized on Florida soil", I I to circumstances whether It Is right or not
Chamber; is renewing confidence of the who have been established here for January 7, 1821. The organizers of New fora professing Baptist preacher to swap a
community and its business sector in ef many years. River Church were apparently members horse, blind in one eye. to another man-
of Pigeon Creek at that time, since they without letting him know."
forts now in progress to insure the coun- Another popular innovation of 'the had to apply for "letters of dismission' I

ty's present and future progress. Chamber is the monthly ImprovementAward before organizing their own church. 1845 At, Brother the conference Tucker made meeting"all on necessary July 12. New Pastor

These 46 members, some of them with to the business that has recently Listed in the minutes as charter acknowledgements expressing his sorrow Rev, Randall Maycumber i
I names so new that they: are not yet improved its building by remodeling the members were: Isaac Carter, Thomas and asked forgiveness. The church
j familiar "household words"'bring the interior, exterior, or improving its land- 'Prevail Levy Pellum, W.H, Ward, W.M. received and forgave him and now holds the congregation! got, humectout, iw\',services l
scaping. Each winner is presented witha Johns, Lucy Johns, Hester Johns, Mary him in full fellowship as a gospel were held in the homes of mvinlwra ,
grand total of active Chamber par- BIA Prevatt, Elizabeth Pellum,Sarah Prevatt, preacher." another sanctuary improvement certificate at theChamber's
ticipation to 217 members believed to Kisiah Jones, Margaret Ann Carter, Mary But it lakes more than Indians, rut ,
be the highest since the' organizationwas monthly meeting, and the Tucker, and Elizabeth Prevatt. The 'original church':, burned to. the tlesnakes,, drunkorr. fiddlers tind tlwittni
activated half a century ago. public is invited and encouraged to join'in John Tucker, the first pastor was born! ground in October. 1884. in an effort to discourage a hardy'grbup 'tf fuwlcmu'htal #.
drive this gesture of encouragement to pro- in 1785 and was a missionary of the Home get rid of fleas, probably resulting from Baptists. Today. just oust its ,,)11th'' !
Success of the is largely due, of gressive businesses by making nominations Board of New York for all of Florida. He livestock sleeping under the building (during milestone .. the spirit of the, historic! '>ld '
course, to efforts of an enthusiastic for the awards by calling or travelled from one church to another, the days of "open, range". The situation church seems stronger than over 'If \\'ou'
committee whose members mounted a writing the Chamber. often making his journeys by night to got so bad that a desperate attempt don't 1 think so. "\'all COIl1CIn trKMlctlic- "
I one-on-one campaign of personal con- avoid hostile Indians who gave him a great was made to burn the jiggers! out.. Instead.Coutent'.NotebQQk\ lion on October 7 and see nr' ,lurlwfl':," ,. < ,
tact with many new, and some not-so- Also 'a progressive move to improvethe deal of trouble during his ministry He was ., ,d A
i business community is a planned often shot atiand carried a bullet In his '1
new prospective'members, who, ap- body to his rave. He was said to have ; : II
i ] pa were just waiting. "to be ask- series of seminars, sponsored by the "funeralized1; more people "butchered by> ", ,: :,) i t :E I:...l. !
iS I rentll'course, the',volunteers had a Chamber,' on such topics as"- 'Adv tis Indians. -theoj any other preacher- ">)tii.tUU ittwtAM'J! : ;: ,*f: ;\(ilJlIlI! Watl2: i tot a.'1MId, jug a .!tH8Y ?" a at ,na.v j fita 918nle' d

good selling point":-=the wider spectrum ing;for the,Small Business'J'Elfectivev} ,$- 'IoriFla, ..''''m-tIJs credltedJWtthmantLi: riairlw.. /!>ci faiiwod ('-'++mbotisqasi'toiaJr' : A.onii ,balsa A. .t :hbiZ .A./ .aiM moil
of, acti lies in which the Chamber is Sales" ;Techniques", "Time Manage- ing' nearly; every couple'south1of"theSuwannee K* trf> dpplyTngVungi'ciues"For *."i Mr.no "it diseaseseem sy tliptdmtlai ia"peal f i 1

now engaged the countywide Blue ment" and other modern business River.'Jle also "pastored" the Best Results to get worse after you've sprayed;;
original church on Olustee Creek near
don't get discouraged. ,Remember: that
Chip certification program, downtown techniques. Providence, which was located in Colum- Using the right amount of the right fungicides can only prevent, not cure, an
development, the Santa Fe College En- The News Letter also gives updates bia County at that time, later in New River fungicide is essential for effective plant infection A disease may'continue to produce -

dowment Board's' Starke Center, concerning on-going projects such as and Bradford ,Counties, and now in Union' disease control. But. that's only half the symptoms for some, time after spray
highway beautification, and the Blue Chip Downtown Progress, and County. .1 battle! You must also know when to apply ing. However you should notice ,a
elimination of unsafe and Tucker later became the only Mis- the selected material. Unfortunately, slowdown In symptom development \yithin
Beautification.
Unsightly Highway None of these
sionary Baptist preacher in Florida after many gardeners may find timing to be as about 10 days following application of,a
structures in the community.The goals can be achieved overnight some '
the 1836-37 split with the "hardshells" as confusing as chemical selection. fungicide. :

current four-page Chamber News may take a year or even longer but it one segment of the early Baptist church : Fungicides work by preventing plant As I said you should begin' 'control
Letter tells the inspiring story of these is good to know that at least strong and was nicknamed. During this disruption, diseases. They serve as shields against In- measures at the first'sign:of infection!
and other progressive projects'now concerted efforts are being made to bring New River remained a Missionary Baptist' fection not cures These chemicals can't However you don't begin spraying untila
Church by a slim margin of votes. save plants or plant parts thai are already disease has shoulduse
under' in Starke and surroundingarea. them about. With 100 percent; spread quite a bit.you
way cooperation of the Hardships of the time are reflected in old Infected. They can only limit the spread of the most'effective material you" can,
community they can, minutes of the church. An entry in 1833. a disease to healthy plants. So, it's very find;and apply it at the highesprateallowsad
A new spirit of togetherness in achieving and should, be accomplished without records that ,..the church and congregation important to begin a fungicidal spray program on the product label. Also shorten the
undue delay. were thrown into confusion at Indian at the first signs of attack or. better Interval between sprays as much,da'the
common goals is also evident in the The increased shows alarm, and the meeting broke .up...com.munion yet, even before you notice my symptoms label recommends, and water the plants
community and the first of a series of bi- membership and foot'washing were postponed at aU. only when necessary
monthly "Chamber Mixers" will be that the business community is aware until February 1838," When you notice the first signs of fungus
held from 5:30: to 7 Tuesday Oct. and appreciates, these' Chamber of, disease, usually leaf
p.m. During this .same period the minutes spots or blight; you .du:
16, at the new Rainbow Travel Agency, Commerce programs. Their successful reported; "Indians are 'still in our can be fairly sure that the affected plants. FORESTRY _: ?

located'on U.S. 301 North in the same completion will speed the growth and land..the people are all broke up. Some have been infected for at least three days, lnrI ,
building as Strout Realty. These social progress already under way in Brad- gone one way and some another:.." Un- and perhaps as long as two weeks. Symptoms < 1
will be ford County and its four municipalities. doubtedly some families evacuated their of bacterial leafs free and downy BRADFORD COUNty: ",/
gatherings
patterned after '' BIN
farms mildews usually to ten
in the New River and Providenceareas appear days' By David W.Norton ,::,.
and sought, refuge In 'makeshift after infection.Other leaf diseases have In- "j

"" camps surrounding,several log forts In the cubation periods of from seven to ten days, ,
: area Fort Harllee on Santa Fe River;' in some cases as long as from ten to four- '. 'd I

i Debates Will Pit S ; Fort Crabbe on.New River; and Fort Call,' teen days. Greasy spot on citrus can take Dealing with'- Termites'"V\': .. ;\].
Fantasy: : near the old cemetery southeast of Lake several months to show up. Most people have only r
,
complaint
rfM** *:( Butler "", "" l one
Generally, the longer the incubation, about Florida, the muggy summersTer
Against Hard Facts The legendary John'Tucker was a circuit period,the slower a disease spreads and mites have no: complaints at,all. .r tV
J ': "'/ rider and in addition to New River and the more easily it can be controlled. Ob- Termites _
: ; j viously, then;diseases that have short incubation need'three things'to be Happjr
.. .. and
: .; ,1' multiply: warmth, wet 'and.,wttod.
ft i least me suspense is over. President Raspberry points out that Reagan and ri,: : '; .' ; "I,, ,, periods,such as bacterial difficult Florida has them all in .,
abundance
and downy mildews, are the most .: .,
,
Reagan has finally consented to Democrat Jessie Jackson fire up their (! h.{ de '
to control. Homebuilders
: Florida ,
., ;" : in usually take
two debates with Walter Mondale and people with sweeping'and sweet- ;
.5 5 Letters f.a great care to protect a' house from these
\ '' Other variables, such as weather condi-
the Vice the -
Presidential candidates sounding visions of world and their
:
will ,
But
>L pests.
"i 'i '> lions, cultural controls fungicide many owners Invite termites in
toxicity:
"
stage one. place in it. "The specifics aren't always' JV Footb UAP '.0.\\ d 'and spray, application techniques also to dinner by making wooden additions or
accurate,'''but they have the ability to : "" have some effect improvements without using the 'same
At the present time it is debatablewho on your attempts to con < ,
Needs More Coverage foresight ,., '
will be helped the. most by these inspire their people with feel-good one- trol a disease. But, the one factor that will :1 .
have the most influence is the '
liners about they time at
motherhood
one-on-one ;war-of-words The general and,apple pie. What does ;) Football! team. have to which you begin your spray program. As I Wooden decks, porches J ., steps* and
perception is that Mr.'Reagan, basking To Mr. Mondale he issues this 'warning do to get sports coverage? J.1 \j ., ,, said the earlier you begin. .the more successful trellises are the dinner tables for termites.
i in favorable "You think the JV their first t : you will be. Planter. boxes and ;,raised flowerbeds
; American
popularity ,polls, had ; people, won game and got a a.by' against the house are'alllO problem '
nothing to gaIn by'debating, and are bright enough to ,see through the '4" coverage.-Varsity, lost and gets (wo' You should always Inspect your plants Any plant where soil,come Into contact spots

I possibly: much to lose by, a slip of the happy talk and deal With substance: pages of coverage: including: pictures, : carefully and frequently, and begin spraying with wood Is a, potential entry way,for,.tew
tongue ,or a' lapse "of memory 'during You re wrong. To take just one, exam ,Varsity got a the tt'am. Including -' at the first sign of Infection. It may' miles. .>
andpcoaches. seem ,that extensive
The disease symptom,
debate. names Varsity
ple, Reagan utters pieties 'about the '
Cheerleaders' was also the mini develop overnight However a few spots, Fortunately
picture on there,
are sortl&obvioty'
American family.. You have a strong > .always appear on the leaves before a sud signs '
'But now,: columnist 'William family. But who gets credit v for his ef page. ,., .' "-,: den explosion, ,symptoms. And you of infestation. comes with the novel idea forts'to I'estore.the'sanctity' of The. JV Cheerleaders' picture hasn'tbeen should remain alert for these early warn- ,
Raspberry up family honeycombed
wood. .beneath
t in the nor the JV Football itreJ\lIf; ,
paper., ings. ,If
Also know ,
that Mr. Mondale will suffer the most life? Mr. Reagan, who might be hard, team. it*, that a disease you from is past experience clues. Discarded termite'wings. on a windowsill -,
by giving the American people hardfacts pressed to tell what street his Wi .- problem likely to' is another sign "?
you ,1 know )The picture develop, you should begin a spray program .,
that they, NEED to know, while children live on or the name: of this of the JV team and cheerleaders on the ; before you see any symptoms at all. If you discover a termite, infestation!
i Mr. Reagan gives the ,voters the newest grandchild/' same day he took she Varsity's.We Then; continue spraying at the Interval' .don't panle-.Termites'are slow eaters, and;

soothing opiate they,much prefer hear- "You're a good man," the:columnist 'agree Varsity' : Sparta should received' suggested on ,the product label. .,',:even a mature colony consumes only about
; ing the "Morning in America" dissertations V. a fifth of an ounce of wood per day. But do'
JV
tells Mondale "but the emphasis (of i more coverage than J However. cer? call for
expert advice to evaluate '
where everything is unabated your speechesS is on problems (that the tainly dCSCrve.J fair share, ,' ">*4," situation help. ,the

bliss, and will' be so forever,and ever people don't want to hear,about), while The J V Is the Kit'ure t' Y:9I'11ItY': '; 1 1TConcerned 'f.f.I
Prevention .
l after. t 11 0% )WOI'tb'a pound turn;
they (Reagan and Jackson lead Parents" r
;
) their \ 'I ', Is Just an expression. but ..It ,
,1
congregations stirring songs ,that lift ti !i ,tor"Sluden Pride* -...I-. / great deal of damage. Cement may footings.save a '
Says Mr Raspberry r.
!
"Reagan'sstrength the s>>irits." per'f metal) shields -should be placed
I ,,, as a hapless Jimmy Carter Answer to I letfefiio'lnecditor abnu.tJV !wooden piers that touch the'on earth.any
found out, is not hQw much he knows "You're a good man, and'h ve'the, ',I.Football' \ WX, : : :+ J'1'-.lfi'' : lQ : : : Pressure-treated lumber has been known
I about the nuts''and bolts of government; potential of being a better than average cQverS\itb'c.\.1'1 i "* ,'!if F i., to "!0i *' tough' opponent .fnr. lermi4...

but how Well he understands peoplesunderstands : : Presidentsays! Raspberry to Mon.. Dear : : !, '>t tItest '" ,, IfJI" i.'"\,: t\\.'. Pressure treated material Will'eure4y't'tve '' .

they would rather near inspirational .. dale, "but I wouldn't.bet a .dime on you I t assured ?harT'vlegrliph'will run a' ,,-,1" ,, ;, Iv i; : .. l' .. dllclltY:areaaWhere lermilias98iay '
team "11'7.' ancU '
In the ,' picture / o..Vanlty'football > eap.1, tyHr ,
tiebatest of "
about themselves ana ", "'- 1.1v.'r'!: \i"> Players and cfapfllut'liirs' some time dur ", 'j'H.\ only IW".. '., improvement made
their country,the*i entertain depressing 0)' ','it'will be sad'da y'liir '. ing Ihe footbaKtawMon/<< appreciateyour.corwem ; f ( 4.ouncM o f wax arc used t4I ) < }I.5n : with wood'wur' ,
truths'frf -irr i a .w hard truth. / VZ.! ;;a: ::.!; .;'. builda'wmb 1ft...wiH t''ff, I'"i q ce the value of any home,Wlth..o- '
in politics, ,if,Me; ,Raaptwry IJ ia right. ? wiHpwiit'W&SH' | vpThe'! "Editor'; t ,wm,\- ",, 4. pounds of. ho....,., ..' .. Pw and pro/ecttoat the" wm can last.
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,Dawn.,. 't Chilson. and ,Glenn Corbett Marry in Church of GodDawn The Social Side


,- tea Chilaon, who made her, points, : .
home with Mr and Mrs. David All the. tables were covered with :
Hodges of Stark, and Kenneth white linen flounced cloths that Gladys Mooty 'Of The'
Glenn Corbett son of Melvin Corbett were tied at the corners with blue .
and Ms.:Jan Corbett; of Starke, were bows. The bride's table was "
united in centered with three-tiered wed- Society Editor
marriage Friday, Aug. 10 a
i at 8p.m. In Starke Church of Gradwith ding cake flanked by three branch ; \:
', Rev. Walter F. Montz perform.!' silver candelabra with burning +s ss4-rso8'NJ'e'' $ .
'I! Ing the nuptials. white tapers encircled with ','' ,'
I The altar was centered with an greenery and blue carnations and
arch candelabra flanked by basket baby's breath.Silver bowls held nuts ?
i! stands of blue carnations, yellow and mints. The cake was served by _
I>! carnations, pompoms and daisies Mrs. J.C. Griffis and Mrs. Royce
I and white gladiolus. Areca palms Joyner. i" Aarts and Norman
I and Boston fern graced the choir and The punch table was centered witha
! altar rails with pots of greenery ten-branch silver candelabra
placed at points of Interest. The decorated with yellow carnationsand :3 in Clearwateir!
kneeling bench was placed in front I greenery flanked by crystal i-- Marry Aug. .
of the candelabra. punch bowls encircled with greeneryand '_ "i,<
The vestibule table held an arrangement yellow,carnations. Silver compotes
of blue and yellow carnations held melon balls and pineapple Nancy Lee Aarts of Gainesville, Nieces Rachel and Carolyn Reid
and daisies interspersed with halves held fresh fruit. Punch was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. greeted the guests and asked themto
white tapers..Pew ribbons poured by Mrs. Jay Griffis and Mrs. Aarts Jr. of Clearwater, and Eric sign the pest book' and be seated.
mark the seating of the family. : Stanley Miller.A t- Allen Norman of Gainesville, son of The bride ss. nieces' Jennifer and
Daniel Martin, organist and Mrs. chocolate cake ,centered the fitw Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr. of Danielle Aarts of St. Petersburg
Diane Hughes soloist, presented a was Starke, were united In marriage Fri- and Carolyn Reid asked the' guests. to ,
program of nuptial music. with blue1etapers In silver day, Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof sign the guest book. .
Jay Griffis was best man and Ran- candlesticks. Silver bowls held malt the bride's parents in Clearwater.The The receiving line was composedof
dy Joyner was an usher.Door ushers balls and nuts. At the other end of i i patio and pool area of the the bride and groom their
were Stanley Miller and Warren the table was a ball and chain billy- home were decorated with ferns and parents, attendants and official.
Hodges. Jack and a small truck with cans tied c .daisies. Fern covered gold stands Carol Reterson, tire bride's oldest
Miss Connie Jones served as maid to It. Miss Cathy Martin cut the and podium served as an altar. The sister of Scottsdale, Ariz., cut the'

of honor and Miss Karen Hodges was cake. service was performed by Ms. Lise bride's cake.
an attendant. They were attired The food table placed In the middle M. Amundrud childhood, friend of Blue crystal and white crystal
alike in long, light blue chiffon' of the floor held various finger the bride who is a Notary Public. punch bowls were' used. owned by
gowns with high stand-up collar.wlth foods.Silver candlesticks were placed Robert Clifford of Stuart was best the bride's aunt, Mrs. Alan Cerney.
V-neck insert, ruffled at the either end with blue and yellow. of Westchester, III., and mother.
shoulder, fitted waist and bustle and helium balloons tied to them. l man.Ms.. Linda S. Beckley of Tampa The couple Is residing in i
back and trimmed with white baby The round coffee table was lr Served as maid of honor. She wore a ,Gainesville! following a, seven-day
lace. They wore blue pompoms encircled I covered with a white flounced cloth' LTii aqua street-length, short sleeved cruise to Haiti, "Cayman and
with baby's breath In their and held a silver coffee service and dress and carried a daisy bouquet Cozumel. kv
hair and carried arm bouquets of was presided over by Mrs. Royce with baby's breath and ivory rib The bride graduate from
blue carnations and blue ribbons. Joyner. bone Lakewood 'High School of St. i
Michelle Hodges was flower girl' Mrs. Gene Sikes attended 'the Given In marriage by her' father, Petersburg and FSU and is currently
and wore a long yellow and white bride's book 'at a table that held the bride wore a' ivory tea length in graduate school at the University -
gown with fitted waist ruffled at the white burning tapers surroundedwith dress;of chiffon with a square lace of Florida. '
shoulders and bottom and yellow greenery and blue and yellow lined neckline and puffed 'melon The groom graduated from Brad.
satin sash. She wore yellow ribbon carnations. A feather pen was used sleeves. She wore a ivory upturned ford High School and is a hairstylistas
and baby's breath in her hair and to sign the book. picture hat with matching lace and well as manager'' of The
carried awhite wicker basket with Mrs. Charles Schmitt directed the carried a daisy and baby's breath Hairbenders in Butler Plaza' in

blue ribbons and blue roses. wedding and reception. Assisting in .. bouquet with green ribbons. Gainesville.

The bride given in marriage by serving were Miss Teressa Hulsey, ,, .. A reception was also held In the Did 'You Know............
Mr. Hodges,.wore a long white satin who gave out the rice bags,Mrs. S.J. ,:. '.1',;, 'f" / pool area where floating flower and
and chiffon gown with Queen Anne O'Steen Mrs. Helen Wells and Ms. 'f' daisy arrangements were in the '
Lamar and Josie Williams have
neckline, fitted bodice, long sleeves' Maurice Williams.The ( ., :,1. ,,. swimming pool. Runners of ferns purchased the Gladys Weldon homeon
with wide fitted cuffs accented with couple is residing on US 301N "" "I') ," :" : and daisies were on the buffet
lace and seed pearls. Her Juliet cap Starke after a wedding trip to St. '' ," ". "'Mr.and Mrs.Glenn Corbf ttTryoofs ,I. tables. N, Walnut Street. ..

secured her cathedral length veil Augustine.The ,'I ,, :.. ". ., ', ,; --
edged in lace and carried a cascadeof bride attended Clay.High : (; .. ,'. J. ; 'Y'' HELP WANTED .
blue and white miniature carnations School and is employed by. Hodges For,Play' rs nic&/ Old Lace'' Begin,' .
j. Insurance Agency. Computer Operator ,Minimum' of 1 year experience
'
A reception was held in the church The groom graduated from Brad- Touts for the'play):.,Arsenic and 'Ch b. ',1"
fellowship hall where pots of ford High School and is employed. by Old I Lace will be held Monday,Sept. The play, being Produced,by the and .minimum of a high school diploma.: Apply ,Personnel

greenery were placed at vantage .DuPont. 24, and Wednesday Sept. 26, beginn- Woman's Club, will' ' in Director City Hall City of Starke. .
ing at 7 p.m. in the Starke Woman's January .. : ,

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I Club Off" 'CI'ub'Y.ear r '
Starke Woman's Starts 1984-85 .
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Cox Appliance

The 1984-85 year Of the Woman's Club Is utilizing coin collection coming year: 'A Halloween Peggy. Shaller. Mrs. T. Chastain I
Club of Starke began with the lun- envelopes as well as filled trading .bridge/luncheon April 30; "Arsenic and Mrs. R. Flynn are dual
cheon/business meeting held at stamp books to aid in these plans. and Old Lace", tentatively scheduled members holding membership in &
noon, Sept. 12, at the clubhouse. The Mrs.George Roberts described recent to be presented in December; annual the Juniorettes, as sponsors.
meeting was called to order by the improvements to the building. tree and plant sale also set for Mrs. C.E. O'Steen, chairman of
president,Mrs. R.A. Green Jr. Mrs. citing rugs and furniture donated to December;, public' luncheon slated the House Restoration committee; h Air Conditioningf',1
I L.H. Jennings gave the ,the parlor, and 'diligent care given,, for January; valentine's,/ Day reviewed for the club members .
Each 'table'."was blessing. th a. the lawn during the summer months I bridge/luncheon.. ,and the. well- those alterations either C.rvi \r ',.: .. ,
J ) ,
I, 'single silk rose in a bud vase, a gift by M,.. F.J, Shaw and Mrs. M. CuttinaAVlctorianpeciodmirrorisbea- known antique and collectibles show. or>ort-$ lngcsIMe'May. coraMet li ? '. ..1. I
"h 1 i \rrniJ'JJmp. 1L1 '. ?Of r :
.__' from Mrs. ,F.AySiddons..,A.salad. '. and salewhich w rb held on hlimttv..iTproVeftwrtfci. .hrtWi'bben ... ". nH..q
f' ,plate luncheon was served with,, tag sought for the fireplace wall. 22,. 23 and 24 '1985}" Fbr"spring" 'rewiring hair been strengthened
cake and sherbet dessert. Several paintings by M.... Gilbert gardening, there will be It plant sale and almost total Service and Repair on:
I' Nelson were on display in the main' either in April or May,, and we will rehabilitation of the kitchen, where r41- ...
, Corresponding secretary Mrs.. hall.Mrs. conclude the year with a dessert sale work;is still in progress. The committee 1k All Major Appliances
' J.A. Byrd summarized information Warren read the recommendations to- be held In conjunction with the |Is still looking for ,folding "' .1'/'t,.'.%'AirConditioning
I' received on future FFWC tours and front the Board of Directors, Rotary Club's annual "Rural-Urban chairs to replace the ones !currentlyIn .j 1 ; .
several thank you notes sent to the which are as follows: that Club Day" at the Bradford County Fair use. Refrigeration Electrical .
! club from local organizations. members donate food or the sum of Mrs F. Ahrhart chairman of The major part of the business
I Reports from the officers Included IS each for the public luncheons;;, "Dollars for Delegates",.<:committee. meeting was given over to the pro l' '
Mrs. D.W. Whlffen's announcement that the cost of the monthly luncheon advised that a rummage and bake ''posed, new By-Laws which were JOE COX, OWNER .
I that the Woman's Club will sponsor meetings be raised to $4 and that .sale will be held at the clubhouse: on presented by Mrs. F.L. Merlie ByLaws ,
J a vision screening clinic in conjunct these luncheon meetings may be Saturday, Oct. starting at 8 a.m. ,Committee chairman. Three e rb ,
I lion with child fingerprinting to beheld catered at the discretion of the Items for sale may be brought to the .amendments were introduced and
I at the clubhouse on Saturday committee, and that all luncheon club on Tuesday.Oct.2, from l0a.m. passed; following which the new By
Sept 22, from 9 a.m.to noon. funds shall be channeled through the to .3 p.m., on 'Wednesday Oct. 3, Laws. were also passed. Members 964-7462
',Mrs J.W. Griffin brought the treasUr r: All of' these passed by from 9 to 11 a.m. and on Thursday, will I receive a copy of the new
members up-to-date with.the recent voice vote.. Oct. 4, from 9 aim to 2 p.m. 'amended By-Laws shortly.
developments at Hacienda Girls' Mrs L.O. Ruud, Budget and' Mrs. J. Blackheart announced There being no further business,
Ranch, where a major building program Finance chairman, announced the three pew members Mrs;'Frank the meeting was adjourned by the
I is underway. The Woman's fund-raising calendar set, for ,the Bowen) Mrs. .Al Young, and Mrs. president;
:'Rt12,. Box 2116 l

j Cuban J and[.Mrs. Hernandez .1 (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd)

: ,_ .. Matron Honored; by pre. ; I Starke, Florida 32091 .. "

In honor of the Cuban Matron The fante, Dr and Mrs. H.H.. Adams I Dn j jadas;Mr.: and Mrs.. R. Jordan P. Johnson.. Miami guests, Dr.. and 1 I
Lady of Charity pro and Mrs. Carlos and Mrs. J. Londono, Dr. and Mrs.. Gutierrez, Ms. H. Donivan. Mr. and Mrs. H.. Valdivia also attended. i
M. Hernandez entertained at two P, Goyenechea and 1>1'. ,and.Mrs. Mrs. S.,Cole Dr. and Mrs. B. Baez ;
dinner parties Sept. 7 and 8. On Fri. Sanchez Mr and Mrs. J. Perez. and daughter Dasha Dr. and Mrs.E. r -- -
day,'Sept 7,-the reception was at Entertainment was performed by Rodriquez and daughter Dr. and rButtttlsaaala S.I
their home on East Call Street.That Bobby Griffin Trio from Gainesville. Mrs. 1\. Radi, Ms. S. Lopez Dr. and C'O/
evening's prayer and rosary was led Guests on Sept, 7 were Dr. and Mrs:V Baitan, Dr: and Mrs; R.Fernandez. w1 with purchase of2Piece I
by Dr.Francisco Gutierrez,layman. Mrs. L. :Dieguez Dr. and Mrs. F. Dr. and Mrs... D Arteago, :
The next evening, Saturday, Sept. Gutierrez Dr, and Mrs. Romero; Dr and Mrs.. Sanchez Dr.-and Mr, Snaclc Box
8, the reception was held at. the Dr. and Mrs. M. Cossio,. Mrs A. O. Barbosa Mr and Mrs. R. e I I
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Mrs. J.H. and Raphael Mr. and Mrs. H. Thud coupon good lor 2 pieces ol the Colonel'sOriginal "
Woman's Club of Starke. Internstiosldishes.wereserved Garri. Stephenson, MartinI .
E 1ra Crispy,,.and biscuit
buffet Mr.'and Mrs. .. O. Valdivia. and fami Dr. and Mrs, A. Pledra. ,..Mr; and I. I for only Recipe(1.20 Limit,or on. coupon per customer a I
style most of them prepared by ly.Among Mrs, L.,Felhandler.Macclenny Coupon good only lor combination while/dark
Mrs.,Hernandez herself. the guests Sept.8 were Dr. guests,, were Dr. and I m order:. Customer pays all applicable; sales Ian
The hall was decorated: in'yellow and Mrs. H.H. Adams, Dr.,and Mrs.P. Mrs. A. Garri,. Dr 'and Mrs. F. .. 5 CMI..l.pi>n* :10 14 I
and white ribbons and tables were .Felon Dr.and Mrs.; H. Gruen Mr. Gutierrez Dr. and Mrs. J. Jimenez ,
adorned with flower arrangements M. ,Franqulz. Dr.. and Mrs.,E In. and Dr. Zayan Bazam. 1
of yellow mums, gladiolus,roses and fante C,A,Hernandez Mr":and Mrs, 'Gainesville- guests were'Dr. and S $
white' roses. The i main table was R. Moore, ,Mr* and Mrs..1* Odom Mrs. Limcangco and Dr. and Mrs. L. WITS THIS

covered with Sevilian white lace III, Ms. Barbara Renfro, Mr. endMrs. Fumero. COUPON PtMdfouPOR,...., t"...,.. ,
cloth centered with arrangent of J.H. Stephenson Rip O'Steen Attending from Mlddleburg were .
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yellow .mums.and gladiolus which and daughter Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. O. Hurtado de Mendoza iButter4mil i.291S1
was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. J.' T. Mtxon Mrs. Nancy Roberts Mr. and children Edith Orlando
Stephenson of Starke.;'Other flower and Mrs J. Carver and daughter and Omar and Mr. and Mrs. G. Vels- .
arrangements at points of Interest In Kelll. ,Dr;. K. Sundusadea. and quez.Lake. -; kyM I : ./
the horne'and hall were given as daughters Kim and Sunny;Mr and ,,City guests were Dr. and '
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I ); :, ..; When Seconds Count. Life Card is There ; Hospital Auxlldrv Learns at Meeting ',. ". .,. \,. ; I

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: 0'\ The first dinner-meeting for Hospital Williston, Memorial ;Mrs. Moore- t also brought'p t: to date I be critically important' to emergency ,*;i if- numbers and Insurance policy the''cbmniunity by.lhfjfWmbers, of ""' .

,1984-85 of Bradford Hospital Auxilllary Hospital Inc. and Alachua Urgent the developments of the new hospital medical personnel.The Lira Card numbers. This microfilm chip i is Santa Fe Syitemg.

s was held Monday night at Care Center are members. She addition. la the size of a standard credit Card easily read' Under standard Mrs. Gerrl Greenl'membership;

L( Western Steer Steakhouse with spoke on the Stat Flight and shared Mrs. Moore also spoke on the new and is easily carried in your wallet.It microfilm equipment or chairman,, presented the names of
'president Mrs. Marjorie Thomson services with all the hospitals Involved Life Card which is available to contains a microfilm chip which microscopes commonly found at four new members: Anita Rink, Lila

"A presiding at a good turn-out. members of the Auxiliary at no cost lists pertinent information Including clinics, doctor's offices and JoAnn Siddons Patricia Slack, and

Guest speaker Kay Eldridge.I Mrs. Judy Moore Hospital Assistant but Is $2.00 to the public. The Life a brief medical history chronic problems hospitals. Along with Life Card twoLife Glenda Wheeler : j' "

,showed slides of the Santa Fe Administrator spoke on the Card symbol is ''When seconds allergies, medications and Card alert stickers can be plac- Reddish was
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r, Healthcare Systems Inc.of which bomb drill fire drill and disaster count Life Card is there". When an blood type. It has a signed authorize- ed on the driver's license or other Mrs. out the new book
'I Bradford Hospital Inc., Alachua drill which are held periodically and accident or serious illness strikes tlon for emergency treatment and Identification card and a Life Card in getting distributed year at
I General Hospital Inc., Calhoun would involve members of the Aux the availability of current medical surgery and Includes personal Information window decal for the Inside of the which was the.

Hospital Inc., Suwannee County iliary who were on duty at the time. Information about the patient may such as next of kin, telephone windshield Life Card Is a service to meeting. ,

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.1 Items of Interest- ,I -

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
singing visualized Bible lessons Joseph Coly Harrell
spent Saturday in Palatka visiting
DOUBLE WEDDING Tina Brown, I Missionary speakers from Brazil It Family Reunion Oct. 6 her brother. Bill .'-Haile and Mrs.

Bill McRae AtlNOUNCINGMichael Colombia, awards plus earning summer : Halle. .
Sherri Falrcloth, camp for tt-fee and shopping The second reunion of the Joseph .
Kenneth To Wed Sept. 22 from the Treasure Chest with points is planned for Mrs Sandra Pennell, who works
family
Browning Coly Barrell
earned during : with Merle Norman does the Solar-

j .,' To Wed Sept. 29 Tina Leigh Brown and Bill McRae Thomas ShermanMr. Each child MUST bring a permission Saturday Community, Oct.Center 6, at in Lake the Lakeside Butler.A nail concept for the shop in connection :

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will be united in marriage Saturday slip signed by parent or guardian business under the with manicuring ,'

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Faircloth of United. 22, at 7:30: Church. the First and Mrs. Ronald Sherman giving name address grade direction 'of meeting Henry Harrell Is
I announce the approaching Methodist A recep mailing address and phone number. Mr and Mrs. W.S. Haas were in
formerly of Starke now of Jackson- scheduled for 11 a.m. There will be a
j marriage of their daughter Sherri. Hon will follow at the home of the ville Beach announce the birth of a Permission slips are available at the brlng-your-own picnic lunch to shareat Tampa Thursday and Friday
I to Kenneth Browning, son Of Mr. and bride's parents 1500 Bessent Road. son Michael Thomas born 5 in school office. Parents are asked to visiting their son-in-law and
food for
I y Mrs. Irvin W. Browning of Starke. All friends and relatives are Invited csonville. Sept. pick up clubbers needing rides promptly family 1 p.m.and Bring some enough to share your with daughter. Mn and Mrs. Mark

I The wedding Is planned for Saturday to attend. Maternal grandparents are Marlie we cannot be responsible for .others. Trlmpey.

Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. in Bayless and Audrey Griffis of Keystone them after 3:90 p.m. The center has been
i Highway Baptist Church with a Nicole Marie Vey, Heights.Paternal. The club is sponsored by the community Mrs. Huston McClane was in
for all this come
rented day so
year ,
I reception following. George T. HonourToWedSept.22 grandparents are Ronald Children's Bible Mission Inc., a nondenominational the afternoon and learn Tallahassee Wednesday to Sunday
and
spend
I ," All friends and relatives are invited and Edna Sherman of Geneva work In the area for visiting her son. Dr. Glenn McClaneand
There is.a
about the large
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family.
to attend.Melanie Switzerland. many years. A club Is also held on Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane.
where children
area can play.
Thursday in Theressa. For more information -
Dr. and Mrs. of call the Edna Mae Weeks will again Estelle McCullers Live Oak
Joseph Vey teachers Misses was
Wilkins the tree she has
Keystone Heights are happy to an- Tim Calvin Kelley II Thompson and Bell at 4734782.Free display family first of the week visitor of Mr. and
made with leaves bearing
Irvin G. BrowningTo nounce the engagement and approaching ,complete Mrs. Nealy,McConnell, Jr.
wedding of their Mr. and Mrs.Tim Calvin Kelley of names of all I known descendants.

I Wed Sept. 29 daughter, Nicole Marie, to George Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Vision ScreeningAnd Family genealogists Rhonda Hare Mr. and Mrs. H.I. Etchells, Jr. of '
Tim Calvin II, born 31 rell and Reita Barger will have an
Thomas Honour of Mr. and Aug. N.Y. visitors this
son Mrs. Kingston, are week
Mr. and Wilkins
Mrs. Louis. of General'
Brooker the Ralph Honour of Raiford. In Alachua Hospital. FingerprintingSaturday update on the family history along of Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Ruckdesche).
announce approaching A Maternal grandparents are Mr. with a pictorial history.
Saturday Sept.22 wedding is set
marriage of their daughter in the Keystone Heights Community and Mrs. Jack Eaves of Starke and Sept. 22, there will be a Joseph Coly Harrell was born in Mr. and Mrs. Needham Hurst and
,Melanie, to Irvin G. Browning son Church. great grandparents are Mr. and free Vision Screening and Fingerprinting Thomas County Ga. He married
of Indianapolis Ind,
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II' of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin W. Browning Mrs. C.L. Boatwright. Nancy Holloway Sept. 23, 1852, then family were
of Starke. The bride elect is a 1982 graduateof sponsored by the Woman's Tuesday evening dinner guests of
Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Club of Starke. moved,south'to Bradford County
Keystone Heights High School and Mr and Mrs. T.H. Slade.
The wedding is planned for Satur-
Is currently attending Santa Fe Betty Kelley and the late Morris It will be from 9 to 12 noon at the around the 1860s.
day. Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. in Bayless Community College. She is Kelley of Lawtey and great 'grandmother Woman's Club of Starke on North Anyone having any information or C.B. Ruckdeschel has returned
Highway Baptist Church with a Is Mrs. Maggie Hodges of old photographs of the early Har-
Walnut Street.
at Miller's .
employed Supermarket.The from a weeks trip to Israel he part ofa
reception following. Lawtey. rells is encouraged to attend the reu-
bridegroom is The fingerprinting will be for .
All friends and relatives in- a 1980 graduate four-man Hercules. Inc. Evaluation
are
vited to attend. of Union County High School and attended children of all ages. Having the nion,and/or contact Reita Barger listed Team. They toured biblical sites
the University of Florida. He fingerprints on file aids in reuniting evenings or weekends (phone in the while there.
country
is employed with Computer UC Girl Scoutsto missing children with their parents.: under Brooker Fla.) Route 1, Box
Gainesville
Business Form in Green Cove. Spr- register Sept. 25 The vision screening will be for 1375 Fla. 32609. Anthony Nead of Tampa spent the

kindergarten through grade', 12 weekend with Mrs.
Joan
and
ings.Following Chitty
Lori Ann Muse, the wedding, the couple The Union County Girl Scout pro- children. Dr. D.W. Whiffen, local optometrist Did You Know........... daughter, Sandra.Mr. .
Charles Williamson will make their home In Keystone gram registration will be held at is the advisor In setting up.
Heights., Lake' Butler Elementary School this unique screening program. Ac.
Marry Sept. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Warren of Bran and Mrs. Charlie' Green of
Tuesday Sept. 23, at 7 p.ml: .in the cording to Dr. Whiffen. this screen-' '
Wake Forest N.C.
'spent the
cafeteria, don were visiting his Mr.
Ing is different in that it Includes parents.
f Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Muse of Suzette T. Rodrlque, Registration In other schools" will program a screening test for farsightedness and Mrs. J.D. Warren over the weekend with their parents Mr.- and'

Starke announce the marriage of Mark A. TownsendTo be held at the same time as the Open which most screening weekend.Mr. Mrs Herbert Green and Mrs. '

., their daughter Lori Ann, to Charles Wed Houses. The other schools have not. tests ignore. This test will Identify Carolyn Taylor. The Greens also had
Kevin Williamson, son of Mr. and Sept. 22 yet set Open House. approximately 2X of the children and Mrs. Mack Williams. Jr. as visitor their daughter, Mrs. Dale '

Mrs. Charles G. Williamson of Mr. and All girls who are interested are en- who are farsighted, many of these of Sylacauga, Ala. will 'spend the Wilcox of Fernandina:, Beach.,

i Hampton.The Mrs. A.P. Rodrique an- couraged to come and sign up. children will, go through school as weekend with his mother Mrs. .
marriage took place Wednes- nounce the approaching marriage of low achievers if they are not Iden- Mack Williams. LAKH KlttiiON'TKAVKI.: ; .

day, Sept. 5, In Witchita Falls. their daughter Suzette T., to Mark tified and treated properly.Dr. Snow Iikll'klC..ljI.7: :3 l..vrniM-!*
Texas where Mr. Williamson Is stationed A. Townsend son of Mr. and Mrs. CBM Bible Club Whiffen recalls a perfect example Mrs. ,Jack Trawick of KIngsley
with the United States'' Air S.A. Townsend all of Starke. Lake and Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City
Force. The bride-elect lea graduate of To Begin Oct. 2 dating back to his Army days
when he saw twin boys graduating'from returned Sunday from two weeks Safflesia
Miss Muse in from Santa Fe Community College and is
graduated 1983
trip to London. Paris and Rome.
Ttesday'through high school. One with
October :2 and each perfect
Bradford High School and Mr. employed by the Department of Cor-
rections in Gainesville. March all boys and girls,' eyes was on his way to the officers
Williamson
1980 of
was a graduate Dr. and Mrs. John Glisson and
Bradford High. Mr. Townsend is a graduate of first grade and up,are invited to join academy and the one who'was far- daughter 'of
T 'A December reception is Bradford High School and is the CBM Bible Club to be held In the .sighted and had.not been helped was Greenville. S.C. were
planned weekend
+ .,'in Starke for all friends and employed by the ... _, Wlnnebago.,Children's Chapoi park" on his way to Army\ .,training as'aan'enliated'matl. guests'of her grandmother. .ubcd .
relatives s v ,>, MIJi;,Mack.WllUlun 0 0
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of the bride and groom. The wedding is planned for Sept. 'dd,, near"thtl lvalkek'Y "gatd' at Ifthe'farsighted \ .,," ..''',,'' ,,,,.. ,. 31 ton baia
22, at ep.m. in the Church of Jesus Southside Elementary jSchool. The boy's problem"had beeri"ldentilied 11 eee'8e
Christ of Latter Day Saints Starke. club meets for one hour after ichoof, early and treated properly he probably Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly returned
All friends and relatives are In- 2:45-3:50: ; p.m. : also would have had the opportunity Sunday from a weeks visit with Mrs, Hwy 301 South

vited to attend. r. Many good things are planned: brother.to become i an officer like his N.Y.Elizabeth Shlnokis in Greenville. 964-4642


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'iJ CorrectlonAmerican' : ; : ( To Form Auxil i .
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'at,, Because of a cleric the after a dinner at the Post home on ment of Florida''American. Legion' :"',11 !3!tin( order,"0 kno* how >to Slemer' A'tl9.l'1, committee. ,
l .. following item a U being error) American Legion Post 56, Starke, Tuesday night Spt. 25. i"' t Auxiliary' will bean hand to install. Iniany-ta' rrpa.dln..e... for. Past Veto,./ ..., ,"u..g:1ft.: wiv..9 and '?
will
,I',' organize and activate an A, dinner meeting will begin itt J 7p.m. officers of the new unit. Commanders George Pierce and Ot- daughters are attend and if
Joy Rising, American Legion Auxiliary unit .'for members, their wives and Post Commander Bob Brown an they desire any mformatton prior to
DeckEnpag.ment daughters, at the Post home at 71S nounced that Post members and the meeting, they may call Mr. and
), ,,Ronnl. Daniel C. Jordan Edwards Road, Starke. their wives are urged to attend and Anthony LukeComplet. Mrs. Fred Siddons at 964.8747 or
, ",' Told Completes Basic Training District officers from the Depart to call him at 964-5554 or Otto Sterner .* Basic Training 9$4-7141.
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.1' '; ding; Sr. of Lawtey announce the C. Jordan, son of Wayne U. and CommunityEducation, thony.C. Luke,, son of ,Gail C. and Reports for Duty! '
engagement and approaching marriage Joann Jordan of Starke, has com Troy W.. Luke of Starke, has completed ,
;":"t'' of their daughter,Barbara Joy pleted basic training at Fort The Bradford Community Education Floral Design, Hunter. Safety, and basic i training at Fort Dix, Army Sgt. 1st Class Walter C.
:J:x, Rising,to Michael Ronald Beck,son Jackson, S.C. / Program will be starting. Upholstery. N.J,,, Lane, son of Mack Lane of Starke,
. 'j".,,, of Mrs.'C.J. Beck and the late Mr. receive the training, students CPR/Flrst Aid Sept. 24- Cake Vocational During the training, students has arrived for duty In Hanau, West
,' C.J., BeckofStarke. Instruction .in drill and Decorating will begin Sept 25 and Please contact the received Instruction in drill and Germany .
: 'The bride-elect is a graduate of ceremonies, weapons, map reading, Advanced Floral Design will begin Center or Hank Greene:,.at S64-61SO 'ceremonies, weapons, map reading, Lane, an artillerty ,operations 1
Bradford High School and Is tactics, military courtesy, military Sept 27.Names. for further information. Registration tactics, military courtesy, military supervisor with the'' 2nd Battalion,
; employed by Bradford County justice, first aid, and Army, history are still being taken ,in will be held on the first night of Justice first aid, and Army history 6th Field,Artillery was previously
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Richard Carter of Lawtey an SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER _
Esther Hall of Starke announce th ARRID KORDITE'HER'SHEY
engagement and approaching marriage r ,S.eL GALAXY 12"OSCILLATING
of their daughter, Donni CUTE ROLL-ON TRASH BAGS FAN
Kaye,to Robert Wayne Allen;son o / OXOP40.2S-CAL. KISSES .
Gordan W.Allen of Raiford and Mrs / /300 LIP or NAILCOLOR ANTI-PERSPIRANT' ......n 1+OZ.MO.a.S *2180-
Norma Jean Tetstone of Starke. 17.99saleprlce,
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Mrs. Thomas announced that the '
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Jacksonville on Thursday, Oct. 25, EXTRA-STRENGTH MAX FACTORr' PLANTERS PED'S r1= l,1tt "

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II I >r Hilites Grange Park Be ts JV Tornadoes,,,, <:; :' .
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Best wishes to Rusty Barrett Austin Mliejr. duear' ,
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Bobbin Wadawcrtb who were united "
: ,:' ,0 byDoloresMeeg in maniac Saturday evening Sept. AI and Kim Signeur of GatneavilU k" "
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phone 19, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. proudly announce the arrival of <: BlueDeviJ ComeHereNextW
Wedding Bells... Harold Crawford on Hampton Lake.New son,Austin Miley.He was. born Sept

Congratulations to Kevin Williamson Arrivals... 6, weighing IDS. 9 os.
son of Charles and Jo Williamson Kim is employed as Speech I Coming off of a big win In Lake week." complished getting the players the
of Hampton, and Lori Muse, HoJBelyiuiCMtols Teacher at Hampton Elementary Butler last week the Bradford High Fumbles were epidemic during play action time they need," said
of Earl and Pat MUM of School and formerly lived in Delta. first ,Bradford ] Tew.
Stare ter James M. and Mary J. Contois of Ohio. School Junior varsity football team the game. In the quarter
who were married Sept S In Stark are the proud parents of a a fell on hard times at the hands of the lost the ball on its own four yard "Offensively, we have a lot of
Wichita Falls Texas. Kevin Is with baby Birt.HolUe Lynn, born Aug. 30, Orange Park Baby Raiders last line with Orange Park capitalizingon work to do. They've realized what
the U.S. Air Force and is presentlyin at S6al d'. Teaching Hospital Thursday ''evening. Sept. IS, In the opportunity. The Raidersscored it's like and they will be ready next
training at Shepherd Air Force Gainesville. She weighed liba. M ox. Pvt. April Canlpa Starke. ';l the TD and extra point, with week said third year coach Jimmy

j Base. and measured 19* Inches.She Joinsa Completes Courses When the dust finally settled, the the game never again tied-up. all Prevatt,a former BUS quarterback;
like practiced
sister Nena Lee who is 3. "We played we "We play (Class 2A) Green Cove
HAMPTON ELEMENTARY Orange Park, Raiders had swept week. Saw It coming" said JV
Joseph'N. next week and have a
SCHOOL Paternal grandparents are Lillie Army National Guard Pvt. April through the Baby Tornadoes 270. Coach David Tew. "Took a beating Springs of we "*
I Contois of Newberry and real good chance beating them.
A.Canipe,daughter of James R.and and
"I'm proud of them said JV out there physically
'I Productive PTA MIR. Romick Maternal of Texas.grandparents are Lan- Faitii E.Dearing of Starke,has com- Coach Jimmy Prevatt. ''They did as mentally..they Intimidated bya Next Thursday at 7 p.m., Green
Principal Connie Clark welcomed an equipment storage Cove will the Tor-"
don R. and Lillian Underwood of pleted well as they could have doiie..They 4-A school. Springs play Baby
the large group of parents who attended Maternal great grand- specialist course at the U.S. Army can play better..We were down and "We could have kept the score nadoes here in Starke at Tornadd:,
i the PTA meeting held at the Hampton.are Ersley and Kathrine Quartermaster School Fort Lee, didn t have good practices this down but it wouldn t have ac- Stadium.
school Thursday, Sept. 8. He In- parents Va.
I troduced teachers and other staff Norman of Highland.

j members attending. This included

1 the school psychologist,Annette Mc- An Offer On Beautiful
Clellan, and the teacher for the Presenting Exclusive ,

I gifted, Stacy Heck. '
Judy Archey PTA President
Fine Porcelain China3PIECE
I presided at the meeting attended by Ascot
I other PTA officers: Debbie Broome

I .' secretary.treasurer and Sallye Scoggins, PLACE SEITING '

I This year a school safety patrol is
I being organized with the help of
1 r fK; Vickie Crews. Sixth and seventh
"'/. graders who maintain a C average
I' grade for two weeks prior to serving I
J will be permitted to raise and lower
the American flag as well as servingon
I the school safety patrol at the ,
front of the school. H
Mrs. Crews would also like to : L4 .' '. .
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enlist a safety patrol at the vicinityof : "
Lott's Country Store. Adult Y .
volunteers, men or women, for the ." ". '

needed half hour for before this program.school begins are .. With One Filled Card :< .K*,:.:

The Peninsular AAA Motor Club is '
Bonus
(40 Certificates
furnishing badges, emblems, certificates ) \
and safety supplies to be '
used for the patrol. ,Startyour Piece Set Includes: 9 Dinner Plate Cup Saucer

Debbie Broome and Sallye Scog- new collection
PRICES &COUPONS EFFECTIVE
gins Halloween Carnival co- '
chairpersons, announced plans for today Build THUR&, SEPT. 20 THRU WED, SEPT. ,
I the annual carnival to be held at the ompleteservlce ; 26, 1964.WE REDEEM FEDERAL
GROCERY _
school Oct. 27 from FOOD STAMPS
on Saturday, .
5:00: until 9:00 p.m. Volunteers will for eight, twelve
be needed for working and fur- 1 or more with
nishing supplies for this carnival. plan! TENDER TASTY, Chicken of the Sea
PTA personnel will be serving our
treats consisting of drinks, popcornor HickorySmoked CHUNK LIGHTTuna

popaicles every other Friday '
afternoon on school grounds. ( Ham
Winning the room count for best
representation of parents at this i.
LIMIT TWO PLEASE ,
meeting was Cyndee Lawrence's 0
kindergarten class which numbers e' WATER OR OIL ...
6 9'
28 at present. Sixteen parents were ._ ..w:. -w+ur $ 65OZ
present.The kindergartners will get ----.- SHANK 7 9 CAN
free treats on Friday.
r' PORTION UMIT-2 WITH A $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER,
Parents are invited to attend the
i next PTA meeting scheduled for r LB .
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Thursday evening, Oct. 4, when the 1 BUTT PORTION 89<: PER LB ALL FLAVORS TWO -
PTA vice president will be elected. Franks Sodas . . .' urea .jn
Following the meeting ",;,,\.'.', U.S.D.A.TOPCHOICE ,', '
refreshments of cold 1.7.\; '\\' ., OR REGULAR CUT +' ( '
drinks
brownies and cookies were furnish- Boneless $ 99.Mc;. Green Beans2; 1SQZ1'. O t;;,:::: .
,led' by Mindy Seville's 4th grade ?
class. Serving the refreshements Sirloin-TIp 1 !IIIJIENNN''r"" ?. ; b<<. goCJ were Angelina Crews Cribbs' ::1m4M'f11 Sausage 2 soz.1.OOSHENANOOAH > "' :'"
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Parents were then Invited to visit 0 <".-,').,

.the classrooms and meet theirchildren's US.DAGRADEA Apple Juice .. . . MOt 1.19 :,

teachers. PURE FORK Fryer ..,; ,. 1" 1.,:> '. "i
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ST.EDWARD'S NEWS ,79
HICKORY SMOKED VAC PAC CENTER CUT Ragu .
r SmokedHamSUces..L82.69 Drumsticks '
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RENEW Sign-Up Held LB ;' '; :

a wuwesaeenxaesacawon..aoecamancca.. 5 LB AVG. PKG. 'Spaghetti SauceTRADITIONAL ."

being Initiated in RENEW parishes Program of the St. Fried Chicken ," e.xe.eP'Ka 2.39 ,
Augustine Diocese was conducted at WHOLE HCM FRESH BREAKFAST 200Z Non U.S.DA TOP QUALITY HOMESTYLE OR CHUNKY GARDEN STYLE

the Saturday Vigil and Sunday Link Sausage "ZSS?" P' 1.49 FreshPork ALL FLAVORS
Masses last weekend at St. NEW ZEALAND SQUARE CUT $119 '

Edward's Father Joseph Church.Flnlay pastor In- Lamb Shoulder Roasts. LB.99 Butts :0 s

troduced Wallace McNelly, the LAND 0 FROST BONELESS $159 '.

parish council chairman. Mr. Smoked Turkey Ham .u,1.59 '. ". '
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McNelly spoke goals MANCHESTER FARM US.DA. TOP CHOICE \ .

and RENEW in achieving Program in more helping personal others Dress Quail . .. r;*, 3.49 BonelessSirloin ; ;'. I .
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parishioners to commit themselves Polish Sausage .. ; .U1.99 Tip'249IV Seas Dressing. . .. ,ez1:38, ,17'r: ,
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in the for Small them. Group meetings planned Fried Fish Sticks . pVd! 1.39 Steaks, LB Paradise<* Bucket Olives i r "':'8., ,'' ,.w; ,,- ,

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signatures of parishioners wishingto
participate in the Program.The MEDIUM OR WKMRonoo

special of the tree RENEW trunk banner with green consisting Sirloin Tips 8 TO 10LBAVG.. LB sHL TRIMMED CAPOFF Egg Noodles . .. 1 aoz, .89 ; ::J,.

leaves held the words 'Renew Your
Church'. This banner was carried in
procession preceding the Masses .BAKERY i

and placed the Church sanctuary.. -
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meeting was held in the parish hall IN STORE DELI/BAKERY DAIRY/DELI'' Country Whe Bread .. 211.39 :

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FrW.,.*M, tm Spaghetti.w/Meal. Sauce.;cheeM /
Mix,tossed.salad apple crisp not rolls milk. Lout- -- Iced Tea. S3 .15

Bradford County High School FRESH SAKEOHamburger Elegant.FlatWare. :
Oscar'
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I Pon. warner Cowboys Win 2., Lose 2 in Season Opener- Sathrday. ,, I

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Bradford 4, Robert Sapp 4, Kelvin Williams, on a 37 yard run. Amy Lewis, Patricia Paramo, Susan
The County Cowboys' heartbreaker 6-0 to Callahan. Starke's Jr. Pee Wee boys ehut out "
Frownfelter outstanding Selena Norman, DAna '
was Peugh
played their first game w the season Next Saturday,,Sept. 22, the Mitey Keystone Heights 25-0 behind the William Kelley and John DeSue with Craig on defense, knocking down Williams Jill Powers, Melissa .;
this past Saturday, Sept.IS. Mites Jr. Pee wees and Pee Weatravel running of Blake Thomas and Doris 3 each. several pass Steeler and intercepted Backus, Donna MeLcIvy, and
The Mitey Mites led off the day by 'to Newberry. The Jr.Midgetswill Hill and an outstanding defense per The Jr. Pee Wee had a total per one passers Clarence DeSue mascots Tyffany Garmon and Min
getting beaten by a veteran play in Green Cove Springs. formance led by Joe Gordon Jr. and formance of 401 yards according toCoach pass.
Willie Brown. and Chuck Morrow sacked the KH nie Brown. Their coach is Polly Grsr7 ,
Keystone team 26-7. The Jr. PeeWees First home game for the Cowboys Bernard Perkins. ; quarterback. Shane Ward recoverda fid,and the sponsor 1 Gloria Griffis; ,
shut out KH 25-0 and the Jr. is set Saturday, Oct. 6, when Blake Thomas rushed for 183yards
Midgets finished the day by thump Keystone Heights is scheduled to .and two touchdowns Doris Jn Midgets... fumble.' Long, Gerald Bradham, Mitey Mites...
ing KH 5320. visit. Hill rushed for 100 yards and passed Running back Lance Wiggins led Jimmy' .
in a hard fought non-dtviston 30 yards to John DeSue for a theStarke Jr. Midgets, aged 11-13,to Thomas McCutchen were outstanding The local Mitey Mites went 27-T byi' .,
the Bradford Jr. Pee Wees... 93-20 shellacking of. the on defense. the Keystone Steeiers In Saturday I' :
game Pee Wee lost a touchdown:, plus intercepting a pass a Keystone had '
and returning it 65 yards for a Heights Steelers in' the season Kelly Hatton,. QB Kelly Dyal opener| including a 98 yard TD run;;

touchdown opener Saturday. Sept. 15, in some nice runs.Cheerleaders by Kelvin Lane.Tacklers ;
for the MiteyMite
N TZENDORF, Quarterback. Adam Mosley passedto Keystone. Outstanding. Durban 4, '
Kelvin Williams -for an extra, Wiggins scored 5 touchdowns, including Cowboys were Raymond
point. Mosley had 10 yards rushing one TD run of 55 yards. Chris The Cowboy cheerleaders deservea Kelvin Lane 4, Larry Shannon 3-
Belfevas that fat can ba trimmed from:the budget and 15 yards passing. Dinkins returned a Stealer kick off pat on the back for theIr perfor Rodney Padgett 3,Tony Covington, '
and Leading the defense with tackles 80 'yards and Intercepted a pass mance Saturday, They are Jill Clarence Hutrchetton 3, Jason Johns
additional tlsnrieas pr'm ridod. were 'Joe Gordon Jr. with. 10.Bernard which he returned for two Strickland, co-captain; Karen 3, Rodney Padgett 2, and one each ,

Perkins\ 6, Brandon Macomber>'. touchdowns Gale Hampton !scored Larsen.,, captain; Susan Crawford, for James Young, RaymondDom." ,.
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mon, and Jonathan Mallory.

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Shannon,, and Clarence Hut ':-

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;rr + The Bonus Certificates you'll receive every time you purchase $5.00 In Pfc Floyd Harris returned"'to h duty'-

1 groceries (you'll get two certificates with each $10.00 purchase, three in Fort Carson?Colorado-Monday.Sept .

1 a with $15tpO etc.). Use our convenient! 'folder to collect your certificates, 17, ? '
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visited his
.Pastor David Brown '
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Brownof
.. ,_ 3.COLLECT< Todd N.C.,three days last week.

,, 1 "/ w Your 3-pc. place setting whom you redeem your Bonus Certificate card Wildwood Mr. and spent Mrs..Monday Fleam Starling night'with of

.e a FREE place setting( with 40 certificates, only $2.49 with( 30 certificates,.1,' their brother and sister-in-law Mr?'
l..AI ',, .. '$4.99 with 20 certificates, $7.49 with 10 certificates. Or if you prefer and.Mrs.,Harold Starling.
: purchase the 3-pc.; place setting for $9.97 with'no Bonus Certificates., Paul Bostic of Charleston W. Va.

And don't forget,*..dessert dishes. and.bread & butter plates are only 89e Wilson is visiting, and his brother, sister Leon Mrs.Nelson Edith, ,

,each. .. Miss Lynn Whaley of Starke and
her grandmother Mrs. Nellie
Wilkinson went to Tampa on Friday
I to attend the wedding of her granddaughter -'
Ronzoni
Miss Jana Whaley. on
Saturday, Sept. 15. Mrs. Nellie..
I 'TolQlyRed, Wilkinson ,is, spending some lime <
THIN with her son-in-law and daughter '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley of Tam '
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S '. ''' .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ceballos of,

Gr LB" Jacksonville gave their daughters ,
pes" Michelle a birthday party,on her
agh5etti9t seventh birthday which was Saturday -
; Sept. 1$. Those attending from
Lawtey were her grandparents Mr:
and Mrs. M.D. Crapse,Sr.;Mrs. Pat
Wheeler and daughters. Nancy and
GRAPE,CHERRY UMOUAOC!.ORANGE FRESH ; FRESH RED .. Monica; Mrs M.D.. Crapse. Jr. and
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OR Pantry FRUO:PUNCH Pride Drink,Mixes MOZ 1 ..29SAO Jumbo 9 9 C DeliciousApples 3LBBAG' 99 ... Michael Mrs. Daisy 111. Boch and !Miss

I Cantaloupes : Jeanette Hamilton of Starke attended -
the wedding of Miss Jana Whaley
Champ Dog Food, .. .. i./t ,IBS 3.69 .. "- .\ ,*k of,Tampa ore Sept. 13. "
,
: : net of Callahan' '
.if-- : > ? > N Mrs, Oscar Vanzant {;
ALL AAlenES ,) ." .,.
..CALIFORNIAPeppers visited her-ister..Mrstlna: Harden
1401 .E ESI;;! \<<.1 ...., : ... /'
AlpoDogFood. . .' 3 u" 1'.i' \i
Ttit''Sei3IlltWhtle'ih2rlnfl
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: $1'
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S'f' Mrs Fred Moore her daughters.Mrs .
Glacier I Bottled Water .2 S1M.OOWelch's -- ,
.IL : Barbara Moore of Starke and
; Celery PKO. Mrs. Ernestine Thomas of Live Oak, '
visited Mrs. Bruce Boyer 41f Tampa
who is hospitalized there on Thurs
WASHINGTONBaitlett: FRESH: ; day. While there they visited Mrs.

Grape Jam ': ;. .CelloOrJelly ; Jewel Tampa Wade.the same They day.returned Mrs. Casey from

:5 gt 4'9t returned to Starke.,, .while Mrs,

I ,. .,"... Carrots Thomas and Mrs. Moons returned to
Pears I. O Live Oak and her mother remained
until' Saturday and her son Michael
Moore and family, were (heir dinner.
guests The Moore's returned i in the

99I t-tli 1-: : : evening Henry, Hodges_ .andkdaughter.. .

2002
>I' Sarah attended the stock car racesat

CHOCOLATE CHIP FROZEN HEALTH & .BEAUTY AIDS, l.ake'ity Gateway on National'Saturday Speedway night.: ;: ,,-. in
Nabisco Chips Ahoy tact 1.99 We are happy to rt'pOlr.that Mrs.
,1 -QzFROZE4; 46O2 Wilma Wainwright is able to return
JALAPENO OR CHEESE Close ( home from hospital after three irion-
Totino Jp
Golden Flake. Nachos, aso>. .69 .. .. ,Ihs ,and .is t feeling rt'al'golld'f;; Our:,\
Party Pizza 9'9., Toothpaste 991/19 prayers are with her, : \ "
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COTTAOeFNES ,+ ', 'SAUSAGE:HAI5BUFWEB.CHEESE, Mrs. Wendy Smith of Allanta.Ga.
Wise; Potato Chips. .., .taG. 1.59 COMBINATION OR PEPPERONI ''W OFF LABEL \spent a week with her parents. Col.
16O2 FROZEN"BAG'- 'and,Mrs William Wilson. .
some 24OZ Col. and Mrs. Bill Wilson's grand
Real. Pine CHI 220Z .89 BirdseyeVegetables I daughter, Miss Elizabeth Smith is

89 Mot'wash': $199 'spending! a4 year and going to school, I
VEGET .OlT CORN, MIXED _p in Anchorage;Alaska. She is slaying
> ABLESGR CUT.BEANS U El with her uncle'and aunt, Major and
_.W1NE & BEER Mrs. Steve Sullivan. ',
16OZ FROZEN BAG 15P COU T Major and !Mrs. Steve Sullivan are

_E;, .:-.. ,,, Birdseye i visiting('a pI. and Mrs, John Bloom.
,:Y9! Sangria. . . tm,4.99. VegetablesCUtBRCCOTJORCAULIKLOWER"' 99'.Wash.A..Bye $ 199 Yoknto.' .Japan.
JL Mrs Mathel (:r1'UI 'admitted

LIE Golden fJWJMILCH. Chapel ., ,,.,. .',' i ML.m..1..99Carling 1 .... ;; Gainesville,'to North Florida Wcdnesdayg.It Regional lka plal,.(.\ ',

1o.30Z FROZEN'"S PEG OR UNSCENTEOAntlPerspirant 'visitors while there have bt't'nIrf: ;
Banquet Lasagna
BlackLabel Green Mr. .and Mrs, Ralph .Kutch
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LIGHT ft ELEGANT OR ,
:;, $169 and' Kristina. (Mr. and Aim. Riley
J' SpaghettiWITH $149. Sweat. Jr. and lots of other visitors. I
Beer MEAT SAUCE aOjAEROSOLe7CZROLLON' OR 2OZ SOLID. ?;, Our prayers are with her,'. ,.'
REGULAR OR LfeHT Mr. and Mrs Griffin of St'alI....
&Oi FROZEN were' 'weekcnd> guests of :Mrs. "
'N.uprin$4Cogg 'Madeline I'rcvati. Mr. and :Mrs. .i,"
$139 Banquet$49S Danny Bryant "and sons. .Brian and

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Tracy Prevail.
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6- PACK :'UOHT* ELEGANT GLAZED ; Tablets' !Mrs.Connie Mosley Middleburgand
414",+ BAFV&QUE, '\" her mother, l\InljJlarold Kunk-e I i."
12'z. .. c PA".TALII'f spent! Sunday with her 'son ''and
daughter-in-law, Mri and Mrs. '
Emory Eunice, and family of }V
The wisest investment you'll: ever!make for your; ,;, -.' ., ." Duh\'IIcn. >i ., "--,'
J' : : Don !iGracs went' hack"inlq r*
starts'Withb
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family ly"Y J HIM ''Veteran's Hospital on Monday.Sopt v
SAVE.3D. <: CAI{ :, : 17, for some tests. tur ( 'lar... "'
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I'I: Volumes 229only$3S9 l x \\ %,., w'Margaret
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V91unlel'onIY9'.' I k FREE, 7. JP, MT., DEWI I' Mrs. Nora Thompson's home was .1'.''
''I I ,the,setting for a bridal shower ford'Mrs "
:ORANGE
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Margaret Smith recently
2-Vblunie I. .. given by Mrs. Sherry Crawford and! '.'
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Nub Volumes I at Jai: I ''t 'Punch cake, cookies:, etc'*, were., ,p 1
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RULES OF THE GAME" 'f j I : i ,.: \: i'1 "
3)) In con of ties we will us.the total paints scored In the Bradford High School' I '
1))Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and Ihelr Immediate famlllos' ore game each week (except the Tornadoes open week)as a ..__k.r. Please fill I
welcome tq enter' but there I I.a limit of on. entry per person each w..k. In the points you think wilt) be scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent earn ;
2))The entry mUll be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and mUll b.dropped bind In the tiebreaker blank' For Instance If the score 'In the Tornado gome Jw S L '
off at the TELEGRAPH office before p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all wai Tornadoes 19, Opponents, the correct score was 26 points.
the blanks with.lth.r,the nom.of th. team you think will win or"He" If you 4))All decisions of the fudges ore final. A second tiebreaker will be used If tl ; :
think the game will .nd In a tie. Th.person who picks the most games right will necessary. o ,
win the top prize.

....... ... men STARKE, RADiAlRAUTOMATIC
1s Friendly'Houston at Atlanta =., M-TO9))
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TERWilLEGAR MOTORS I 1 ,
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206 W. Madison 964.7200 Starke, Florida 1""i --' = MfWljCECELIA a' ';'
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See The Professionals: 964-7776 I..CI ............ Corner of SR 16 4,US 301

Clyde Byron Jim Tom Bill : 208 N.T m Je,Starki =-=tp 1IINIIJ asp We Do General Automotive Repairs
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Custom, Uniforms WIlder SefacflonSPORTS loulslana; Tech.at Mississippi '

Tiffin and Owens, CHARLIE SCHRAAAM
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Lafayette Street, Starke, FL 32091 '
Telephone' ((904))9647500Gainesville ,
'e0r Office (904)) 964-5065 ,:
( ((904))
107 E. Edwards Rd. '
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964-7434 CHEVY-OLDS \ (904)) '
Starke, FL Ore,n toy et pit?
Los Angeles at Cincinnati


S & W Muffler. & Automotive Repairs.

VIC'S BASS & BUCK 301 North Starke.FL owner. David T"..J Setttes. ,! Hardware

SPORTING GOODS 9645877wa i .

'.'E' "f--. "J North & StorkeFl .DMOtfSenlMMMslnNdM and Garden CenterArlione

All Hunting FishingAccessories EstHutn et UU

Available Nowfcerry et iefce eVtler Hwy 301 S., Sage FL -964-4642,,

BRMfi YOUR AUTOMOBRJETO Plumbing, *' Electrlol Tools Building Supplies
But:96/-1161 FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
t VICTOR 6RIFRS Minnesota at Detroit HOME:964-6121 THE PROFESSIONALS_AT_S 8_W MUFFLERS. Live Plants Artificial Arrangements


Forsyth Plumbing CUBBEDGES.V to Loan Improvements

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If you are building! a You new will home save, let MONEY us quote your plumbing! Remodeling & CabinetHarvard Florida National Bank


Professional Plumber Speciabing to: vs Columbia' Shop of Starke .
'. Residential Commercial Wel Pumps Septic Tanks. fDJI f'
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Temple
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Pittsburgh et c.........

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r Jeannies 777 Shoes Frt4C.WinJ owe* CUSTOM BUILT I'('>wgii) s-41lo'j
((904)) 473-7417 TEAL TILE

) ALL ONE PRICE: pOk TRUSS Iftelans ve P.K. Y..... ':
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Located in
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J N.w York Jets et Buffalo Ward's RESIDENTIAL Components COMMERCIAL, Inc. 964-7423

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JACKSON BUILDING, SUPPLY "CAN HANDLE ALL YOIIK WIRING NCEDS"Lake
473-3176 Keystone Hgts I
Butler Starke Keystone Hgts. Cl.m.on.O.orgl.I ,

S.I6th Ave. US 301 South Jct SR 21 & 100 964-6200 StarkeGeorgia Service Call
24 "Hour Service
496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 koY 964.8744 '
cOMMERCIALChicago
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l ""' STUMP'SDepartment TEAMS EACH WEEK AND
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.2 155 W. Browntee SL Starke
f'(1: f7

?', Bradford Square Starke I ts. 964-6060

,4. 964-5423 ABgator I Creek .Ranch Inc. .
Colorado. at Notre Dame "-
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Atkinson's Home Health Can i ,

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402 N. Temple starko Denmark Furniture of Startle VW"! ;::::'.' 964-6973

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Jeannies 777 Shoes no W. Cat I Street Starke
434 W. Call_ Street Starke T '! ..'

964-5827 Jones Funeral Home .. S" 964-5764 h' z '
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Keystone ml Away 21-7 with Big Play Assault '. '


lightning stuck three time as the zone for a 14-7 Tornado advantage. backed up into''their owr' .,*nd of the

Tornado eleven went 21-7 over Diggs, as he showed ho could do In field with his booming' punt* and
P favored Keystone Heights High the jamboree stayed with the klck-offe 'Into Uw endzone. Middle
School the first District 8-2A batUe blooper pass thrown up for grabs, linebacker Mike Early I interceptedtwo
for the two neighboring Class 2A with a KHS defender also Jumpingfor passe, and QB Long one.
football teams. It and game down with theIGUchaown KH quarterbacks Daryl Taylor
BHS quarterback Frank Long clutched in his hands. and Keith Kehoe hit lo-of-20 passes
S making his first start ran back a Keystone found it difficult to run between them for 131 yards Taylor.
t KHS kick-off 92 yards for: a TD, and on hard charging Big Red defense In his first varsity start,, his 901.24
threw for the other two Tornado which held the Indian running gameto for' 128 yards Taylor favorite
TD'a, Intercepting a pass to set up 30 yards in the second half. But target was Greg Garrison,who had 4
of them.Difference. late In the third period the Indiana catches for 58 yards.
one . . . . .
in the game, however, were knocking on the door at the . . "
was a hard charging aggressive, door with first down at the BHS 17 Keystone 7 0 0 6. 7
BHS defense which held the Indians after a 26 yard pass completion from Bradford 0', 7 7 7.21BHS

down. ; quarterback Daryl Taylor to wide .. . . . .,.::'.. ... '
receiver Darin Green. But there the KHHS.,
,'long threw a first quarter Interception Tornado defense slammed the door, First Downs ,7 ;;
which was returned for a pushing QB Taylor back to the 20 on Yards Rushing ", 121 134
KHS( touchdown and 7-0 lead. Long a fourth down keeper around left Yards Passing. '" t07 13.PC.PA.PI .
then returned the ensuing KHS kicfc* end, under a hard charge led by S-3.1: 20-0'4" ,
off 92 yards to tie the game 7-7. defensive end Mike Punts "'.39.' 431.5

In the third f quarter Long playing defensive linemen Lonnie Hamilton Fumbles lost 1 1 '
safety and seeing double .duty In- Jamie Whitehead and DonaldThornton Penances S/3S it2S
.tercepted,a KH pass, returned ,it 22 in on it. . . . ... . . . . .
i t: yards to the KH 27, and then On the last play of the third Scoring suwimaryiKMS ;
engineered a short scoring drive,the quarter drive, Tornado QB Long -Brown, 31, yard return of
go-ahead score coming on a :10-yard threw a simple pass to now tight end pass Interception E p. Gelsenbwrg.KICK. .

'Long Jo,Tony. Diggs pass In i the end Mike Chappell on a simple route to .
,.A the left flat about 10 yards deep. BHS-Long. 92-yard kickoff
Chappell caught the football in the return EP- Francis kick
clear,turned up the left sideline ran BHS-Dlggi. 10-yard pass from
through the one KH secondary Long. EP. Francis kick. <
defender In his path*then showed he .HS-Ch.ppell.77-yard pass from,
had speed by outdistancing all Long. EPFrancis, kick
other KH defenders for a 77 yard
touchdown play BHS's final score
Coach David Hurse, who raisedhis
4 arms high above his head givingthe
referee's signal for a touchdownon
Chappell's run, said after the
game he told the players they'd haveto
make some big plays if the Tornadoes -
were to win against one of
the best football teams KHHS has
fielded in the past 15 or 20 years.
'
KHHS was rated a nine point r

Defensive. Lineman Cuts Off KII Running Back.... favorite by the Gainesville kickoff Sun.return,

,Tornado tackle Loanle Hamilton a down lineman on the Bradford defensive front,chase Indian runn.' which electrified the almost capacity -
lag back Sean Grlttls. Yea Hamilton made the tackle. : crowd, was the turning point in
The Tornadoes made the big plays. But basically the game was won by a hard-hitting, aggressive the game said Coach Hurse.
Bradford defense See coaches comments on Page 124%. Long was held out of the opening' ;

,. game with Baker High after inuring '
his left wrist not the one he
with. In the jamboree.The .
152.54'400 to POB Sec IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Tornadoes still did not mount

I I Legal) NoticesIN I 14Twp6SN22.: EIGHTH JUDICIAL a long time-eating scoring drive as 1
Name In which assessed ,""j CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Coach Hurse would like But QB
: Elmer C. Wright. BRADFORD COUNTY.
shows
offers
.Long more speed, a
THE CIRCUIT COURTOF ,for '.,ltl_.. All of sold property FLORIDA good passing arm. And. sophomore
being In the of CASE NO. 84-379 CA
County !
GILBERT S. BROWN
THE EIGHTH Clinton Jenkins gained 97, yards on
rbl
.. Clerk. of the Bradford Stole of "
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
IN AND FOR BY: Foye N. Whiteheod Court: 'i florlda. .i FIRST::ATLANTA'pMORw, I ,, *a.B1'g'Piay' 22 The carries.Tornadoes intercepted four Coming Through...' ,
Unless such certificate TGAGE CORPORATION Man...
BRADFORD COUNTY. Deputy Clerk8304tchg92O or certificate shall be f/n/o THARPC'<''\ 8 < KH passes. John David Francis In- Junior running 'batk Clinton'
FLORIDA < redeemed according to ,; BROOKS r INCORPORATED QB Frank Long turned out to be tercepted one KH pass in the Tor- Jenkins gained .87 yards against
CIVIL CASE NO. 84423IN \"" low the property described a G.orgla the big play man In his first start for nado endzone,ending a KH threat. It KHS. Tabbed the third tram running'
Th. of In such certificate or corporation Plaintiff! ,the1'' Tornadoes., Long returned a was Francis' first catch of the night; back In preseason.the load ell on
RICHARD RE: GEORGE Morrloge : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT certificate will be told v.' kickoff n yards for one TD passedfor three passes went thought his hands Jenkins and he's earned playing

WARNER. Husband FOR8RADFOIIDCOUNTY. to the highest bidder at GLENN EDWARQ. ,. ; two,Lmore, and, intercepted a earlier, Francis added all three BHS time even when Tony Davis returns
and FLORIDA the courthouse door on HESLAR, SHARON pass. extra points, :and kept the Indians from the Injured list.
PROBATE DIVISIONFile the 17th day of October, HESLAR BERNEICE E, ;,
WARNER.MARIE BAUGESS Wife.NOTICE Number 8476CPDivision 1984. POTTER ondf",1h. --.I.
(1.3569) Dated this ;29th day of unknown spouse'of any \.'
.;' OF ACTIONTO August 1984. party to this suit who.?,
IN RE: ESTATE OF' t
GILBERT S. BROWN marital status hap ndlbeen
", BERTHA H. PEARCE. Clerk cprr.ctlystahIJ1 Its oftf111'
,of Circuit:; Court >>
WARNER: RICHARD Stote GEORGE of Deceased ", ']1fi"I' Byi Beutah Moody' ',living.-arid; \ If ouy jrf.tahUi/)., \ ."'C: ..... ..i- .' "


MfisourU rlBTIFlEO; ARE thai cm HEREBY action,' ..' '4 4"SOU 1].. . ..:.- ''- '''Y'p' '''',",.. t.:..II.,,.. 9n Bradford DopUI1l-'J.rk,4th County 1..+ll0, J, devisee defendants unknown***be dead:tl.no'f&h.,'the. i'' "*<<.t....'II;"" 1II! E.:..""........', ,: ; ..1'.. ." ,,. 'I 11 Ib

yep I'arvirp' unrwNIN ; 1'1_
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"I r "" .. assignees'creditors '
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'Vh shatloonntof:i
fo Dissolution of Mar : '
oamin .......... trustees,, '9\\0\: ;
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and other relief "
rtoge
the estate of BERTHA H. :
otherclalmontsclaiming
has been flied against' PEARCE. deceased. File \ THE CIRCUIT tenant or <, "

you In the above-styled Number 84-76-CP. l I' COURT JUDICIAL OF THE through;\ Jrrder,by or ( i<' ,'
Court and are required EIGHTH .
you pending In the Circuit ,
th.'gbpv. "
to serve a of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ogdlnM anyof ..
copy Court for Bradford Coun .' named, defendants who ,
your written defenses.. If ty. Florida Probate Division BRADFORD COUNTY '
deceased, rDef -
ores
any, to It on TERENCE: M. the address of FLORIDA J rj-*
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BROWN! ESQUIRE Post which Is Bradford County CIVIL CASE NO....348 donls,, ",. ., -V. '

Office., Florida Drawer 32091'0.Stork. Florida Courthouse 32091., Stark The, IN RE: The Marriage of: ", NOTICE, OFACII, ,,, ':fj,.... .' ,,< ,, : '' '.1,. .". .. I', .' .<<

and file the original' with, name and addresses of STEPHEN IEWISHOFFMAN
GLENN EDWARD
the Clerk of the above- the personal representative Husband. TO:
styled Court, on obefor. and HESLAR SHARON
and the personalrepresentative's
.. 1 October '984.Oth.rwl. ot.fornoy DEANN MARIE' HtSlAR,>,;'.ond'\ th. '
.., a (iudg.mentshall ,, or. set forth HOFFMAN Wife unknown spouse of any'party '
'$0this: whose

for be entered the relief againstyou requested below All Interested person NOTICE OF ACTIONTO been marital correctly staliitAKas,suit slated not, If Being high man in the first primary' does not make "

WITNESS in the my Petition.hand end are this court.required WITHIN to file THREE with' ,. : DEANN MARIE HOFFMAN living, and If be any d.odthe of tolddefendants you the winner. Four years ago, after the second: :

seal 1 of sold Court on the MONTHS OF THE FIRST el, Colorado -

22nd 1984, 'day of August NOTICE PUBLICATION:' ((1) all OF claim THIS'' YOU, ARE. HLREBYNOTIFIED unknown devisees, grantee' heirs,, primary, and after losing by 23 votes, I had people 1

GILBERT S.BROWN against ,the estat.and that an action assignees, llenor, and "I 1 didn't' in the second
creditors, truste.i come to me te
Clerk of the (2) any objection by an for Dissolution of Marriage say, ; .. .
tenant,, or other
and other relief,
Circuit Court
.' 'V: law AI"oro whom interested this notice person' was to has been, filed again claimants, claiming under by primary because ''f I thought, with so, many votes
Clerk the abov. through or
Deputy moiled' that you In -.tyl.d
TERENCE M." BROWN the validity:of challenges the will. Court and you are required against named any defendant of th. above who ahead, you had the election'won.. Let's not have' a; '
ESQUIRE the qualifications of the to serve a copy ,

Tomllnson Attorney for B Brown Wif.30"lcht.912O. P.A. venue personal, or representative Jurisdiction of, of defenses your If any written to It ore R..ld.neo.Urlknow deceased.., !'. repeat of four 'years ago. I I' need your support. am "


!-/','-' the All court.CLAIMS NOT AND SO FILED OBJECTIONS an Office"BROWN TERENCE Drawer ESQUIRE Post 40 M.: that YOl('an ARE action NOTIFIED to working as hard as ) can, but I can only become your


IN, THE CIRCUIT COURT, WILL BE FOREVER BAR 'and Starke.file Florida the original 32091 foreclose the following the mortgageon prop.r.ty next County Commissioner by you exercising your-
'OF THE EIGHTH ,
RED.Publication with' the Clerk' of the In Bradford County,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Notice has begun of this on above-styled Court on Florida: right as 'a citizen of this great country of ours and
IN AND FOR
) before 30,October Lot 11. of Block 2,
or '
13. 1984.
September
BRADFORD COUNTY Personal' Representative 1984. Otherwise,' ajudgement SHADY OAKS SUBDIVI vote:Oct.. 2nd. .
FLORIDA shall be SIGN as per' plat thereof .
CIVIL CASE NO. ..-,... : MARGARET ANN recorded In Plat Book 3.,.' '
SMYTH. 2336 Kingsport. entered against you fOf'the Vote ,for who has four
relief requested In page 29, of the public a young, energetic man
Florida'
Matter of Drive ,: (.rgo.
IN RE: The the Petition records of Bradford'
The Adoption of :93540. Attorney; -for PersonalRepresentative WITNESS my Hand and ,County. Florida and lying years experience in government, 'who has 'financed
'ROBERT DALE TAYLOR seal' of sold Court on and situate In Section
JOHN H.
JONES. Esquire.: Of the 18th, day .ofSeptember 8. Township 7 South his campaign entirely by himself and owes no'favors
,NOTICE OF ACTIONCHMtES1.IOMAS Counsel.' P.O. Drawer. 1984.GILBERTS Range 20 East, Bradford

'1030 Starke. Florida MOWN County Florida. to who is businessman who will utilize'
TO ,has been filed a <
: ;33091. T.lephoner(904.( )' Clerk of the Circuit Court I' againstyou anyone"
and
JONES. BERNEICE E.
YOU ARE ''NOTIFIED 964-3701.;9/1321dtg9/20' BY U.UOOMN.: lisa Alvwrei I POTTER and you'are required your tax dollars wisely, who is ,proud to' ,live in Brad- ,
that an-action for the TERENCE to serve a copy of '

adoption of ROBERT -1 ESQUIRE your written defenses, if ford County and to raise his children here and who .,'
DALE :JONES has;;; .Mft r+ il"1'": \ '. TOMLINSON,*/. BROWN.< any to It on JERRY A. ,
filed, against you and you, PA FUNK ESQUIRE, '
'ore required .>' serve a .OF APPLICATION NOTICE Attorney for Husband plaintiff. attorney, promises when elected to' be a COUNTYWIDE, Com
copy of ,your written FOIl" t/ZO..tchg: 10/11 -whose address I Is 1020 -
defense:If to ., Atlantic Bank .
any (ff\" '" : Building; missioner.,
:TAX OHO
TERENCE M, BROWN,.)S+"., ... ..' ; '. --.-.. Jacksonville Florida1 : -

QUIRE Brown '.A.Tomllnson", fast Off 1c.'&!' '. 'GIVEN NOTICI that'IS DONALD HEREBY G.or ,; NOTICE '32202 tober 24.on or 19...II.for.Oc-.. and tile I want, 'to 'i become. your next. ,County .Commissioner -, ,

Florida Drawer 32091"0. Starke.on -or' ''hold LUCY**' of 1.the WRIGHT Followingc.rtlflcot.Shas the NOTICE that on)Is ,Monday.'herebygiven Clerk the. original of this Court with either. the ; but \without ''your vote I can not. I urge you', togo .

before October 8. 1984. befor..ervica
Oct. 01. 1984., ot 10:00: on plain- '
filed sold
and the III.. the original with. certificates far 'ts' : tax o'clock A.M.' the under., mediately 11ft's. attorney ,er' 1 Im, to, the polls Oct. 2nd and vote, for Wilbur Waters ,
Clerk of this Court d..d t. ',be issued signed GATORfRtIGHTWAYS.INCwlll. thereafter
eltnar before service en certificate : otherwise a de'ault' will
You will'
The
ihereoric not did. :
the ebov.- -nam.d stn'.oroev numbers and yours el I*. ell o* public auction tofcah be entered against you be-sorry you ,v' ",,. t : ", ,,1',, .
or 'Immediately, '_. the description at.<217J Com.' far the relief demanded
thereafter otherwise-a" 'of the property:and the menwealth' 'A....., 'In the complaint or pet). : :
.default Mil be entered tion. ; .'
name In which If wee Jacksonville, Fla.t one Vata ftlwil.urW.t.A. ,
against you far the relief amassed are as fallow:,. lot of paper conigned to WITNESS my hand'end ,: :; 'i :
demanded 'In'nSe" :'etl'! ; .Certificate ..... 60 __ lorlna Ga.lelll West the seal of this Court on. '. +i .
C' ,
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tlon. .Yofl.ollte1 Palm leech Fla.. tosatisfy September, 17. 1994.CllBCftf .1 I I.." ,..._L..J'... 1IthieI" I 'i1\I \.'.' 'Ir'.. f>.
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WITNESS my hand and freight' and ; S. BROWN .
I Description of Property 1 ( A
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official teal. of this Court No. 2I3-OIMO" Co",' storage ,charge. under A*Clerk of Court \ ." l "
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on IhU. 27th day elAUMI at M* Cor Sec II79.B4*, the provisions. of Section By; BeulanM,Moody : : ;'" "'."" Arai ,; ,L.I ,
A.D. ..... i Cert N ,..*.21.. to 1 '. ,Mb) of Uniform Standard ,; ;; A)fr, ,A*Deputy Clark, ..' .. ;" ,'., "
E M. INIOJIIN, ,." I. ,'''; .".,, if ffA ::, Ml, CII laW.r. -';; ;y f, ,.jf.t.! 4 ,9/20 aicho 9/27 'a *r'e: .;: ; ".Your t."'. ."" : "
.*..? T."nIO"\\(f ;4d1; towpa/w6a II : Gator Heqhtway\*. fnc/" '. ::1{ '.:i Vote, & Suppartwill. be greatly I 'appreciated.ft + ..'. :,',., J; : \...\ .,: .

.Brown. P.A.j. < Attorneys.'; .1" :engw'RlyV'ytI 1 i '; (*'.*$ |roo, ,' Carrier j .: .,".. : ('''. .':"" ,.:1'( < ."w; :.i;K':" 'vj: .nuo fount*AovwtttMiNrTornadoesBlow i ) !i.'d.'j, ? r: '..
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44? A quick, fast and tough Williston 'I strong arm and quick: feet..
eleven will challenge Tornado footballers The Red Devil often** rune the
on their home turf this' Friday basic I-formation with the fultw! ctc: ""

night, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. and tailback lined up directly behind
The Red Devils. 24 beat P.K. 'the quarterback, plus Williston uses.
Yonge 33-7 In their opening game spilt end, a wide receiver and a' ,.
''tiriJ 'r t i it and used two big pass plays to top end. Biggest man on the of fen'
4( Cross City-Dixie County 134 last ta line Is center Charlie Herring.

4 week. Cross City beat Hawthorne 810, and 5-8. described by BHS
the week before 394. and Cross City scouts as a big. hard hitter. There
thought they had a pretty good football are two small hard-hitting gua di In .

.. 1 I, M h ti a a I fa : team. points out Head Coach' Chuck Warren. 12, 5-8.150. and
David Hurse. Ronald Brannen, 11, 5-7,130. Offensive i
II BHS fans will see more speed here tackles are Bobby Groom, 12*
I other 5-11 180 and Smith 1111., )
Friday night than at any game Tony
this season says the Head Tornado.; ISO 4
I I "Williston won't be easy," Nurse, Fullback Gerald Donald 11, 5-9.
i. predicts.Williston. 15$, Is fast, quick, and runs hard. .
I : ? % tailback James Monroe Tho tight end is Kelvin Robinson..

I I. : : : ; does the 100 yard dash in 9.9. If the, 54. 145. The spilt end is Joug'Monroe.
j Tornado defense can contain the 11,54,138.
i speedy tailback. Bradford should be On defense. Williston shows the
able to win the game, says the same basic lineup as the Tornadoes,
veteran coach.A a split-to, or a 4-man front.The two
two or three touchdown cushion down linemen on the left side, Kelvin
.t { would be nice,Tornado coaches say, Robinson and Chuck Warren rush:
t so one mistake won't mean the ,the passer" hard. BHS QB Frank .
i r game. Long must get back quickly set,up,.,
Monroe, 12. 54,. 165, can throw, and throw tho ball
.... too. The winning touchdown over The Red, Devil secondary play
6.2 Mile Winner... Cross City came on a 71-yard man-to-man coverage <
halfback thrown by James
Jerry Heflln of Gainesville crates the finish line an easy winner In the place for about 3/. of the race then came, on. None of the other runners Monroe to pass his brother,wideout Doug Every Red Devil players goes, both \ ;
10.00 meter run. HefUn beat Florida Track Club members from had the finish Heflln. did. .':, .' 'j Monroe. The other Red Devil score ways ,i .,

Gainesville who are trying recruit him.lleflln. said he b11a third iZ$;';;, ," ; came on 'a 69-yard pass play from
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Coach hum Is
.., quarterback Darrell ,Mitchell to planning some
-_. .. / }>:' wide receiver Willie Duncan, 12, 5.9 special plays and special blocking to
: : \ \' ,. 157. QB Mitchell. 11, U. 155. Is tabb get a receiver into the open and,to

106, Go forte Goldin Annual, 'SarkeFmi' Run ',: / ;,: ed a good long range passer with a' confuse the Williston secondary., .

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Once again Edwards Road in : 14-1 A9- Group; i I' ) *<.....>..lMl>M. IH. Mil 40-49-Age Group, : .. > ,.' ': THANK YOU

Starke was a race course for the annual 'k.4.p, hooIo_.Musk.I all 40 and Over Age Group ')1..... MI.M_ S7iM .
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ilMMIIlllfc.
I Starke Fun' Run sponsored by 'I I I))tea CklflMf noo-r.-And.n.....*. ,!lt,, DFMtyMiMll.OriMmllto) UUSlwrirMtOM : 1)1111oo)....-c.r./M..- *..<* Thank you Bradford County citizens who'
the Community/ Stat* Bank and The ) .....k. ITiM '
Bradford County ,Telegraph to 20-29 Age Group i .' '". 50 and Over Age Group: '
.i"ilI and voted for ,007 .in the recent
benefit the Bradford ....._..__ ..... supported ,, ,;
Association of I I'I.....'.....OoIftM..., Mens 10K Run... ',:" 1\\
..._HrtilMMM.- IIU *>MIHwTMM
Retarded Citizens. I II)Canty lluM.f.k.IU.4.cM. 1)) >M
Overall winners of the < I ...._. HIM Overall winners... ml.J .li.MHM. ..,. election.

meter (6.2 mile) race ,were Jerry 10,000 30-39 Age Group: I Ip.)) .,,_/ .:.O"_.._riH. i 'Milt MilljMtOwi Men's One Mile... I feel proud of the accomplishments of the

Heflln In the men's category with a ])I OwMtoM on..,.M.dHH .,11 .I.-) .......Or..s..... ,Mill Overall Winner',
time of 36 minutes 11 seconds and' ,I I)D....O.w.$4.. fin 4)K) ............. i not ..........,._ fill campaign; and;' the conduct 'of those par'. ,
11.
Lisa Carter with a clocking of 50 I 1)'...........-..... I4ilt i)Jim Hr<..ll;o$lm m* I.. j
> minutes seconds in the women's 40 and Over Age Group; Age Group Winners... ;y', 13 and UNDER AGE GROUP' : ticipating in it. I believe .t the way a candidate

portion. I IN..ne'O.k.I.N.dn I I.... 14-19 Age Group; ":: ;" 11--.4........ tt.* conducts his campaign. is a definite'reflectionof
Winners in the one-mile run were ... 1))***>.*... "'. 11---) 4.1141)MIk.MdlkqIM.k.
I)A..cl.u. HM* IIM. 1):)T.dd N......=.... ': ) hM "
Paul which
who covered' and the
the his character he
McKinney I ; manner
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Women's 10k Run.... 1)o..n.b) "n.r._| :4li.. '> GROUP ,
course in 5:12 in the men's division 14-19 AGE
and Lori Sapp who came In at 5:53: to Overall.Winners.,. 1 20-23 Age Group: .iffi'';, II..Mc.......,....... t score the women's crown. This is 'I I)Utm Cmnl: ,J.dm..m. ..,// 1))tof y H. lhi,O. ...IIU Mi'li i.o II'i' ..11 "'S S .|v' '.1:' it' '."''> ; .
the third trophy for Sapp in as I I)'.rn/jM ,..- Still I).-...........G.l Pluld. .Still 11--.U..MII.) e, ,... I t," ,
many ; .
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11.A.OoIftM.) 11,11 1)Mn. _kldadwq MM .. < '
,years. 4)....,....-.O.kw..N. Mill 4)N) ._M/n./ kMlll> 1 4iM .20-25 AGE GROUP: I'l, .* ;" ,,;' *
Women's 1 Mile... I 11'-1'--- *''** .',' Ilc'-' ___..; In
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26-29 Age Group: j : | f)u*rmm i,IMHi. 1,11.
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Overall Winner... Age Group Winners... 11 Yuck 011_._. 17.11
lILerl'-) ._. lit* 20-29 Age Group: 11----) 11,44 229 AGE GROUP: Harold Davis f
I II I)UM :-.J i>t.iwlM. Mlv 1))Mlk S 13 and Under .. Candidate for Bradford Co.
Age Group: I)OwMto-/ 1,44
.. : 30-39 Age Group:' 30-39 Age Group: tfaIliM
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II w.dr.......0._"" ,17 I 11'--....... II") "WOw.,.0 l...ll'(. Mifl',: ,. 30-39 AGE GROUP: Clerk of the Court
I)K.HT M.i*".Mi..,t >.city tin ;i ..... -.- 11.1l)K.nHlil.,O... .P.... ,jMittITlU 11)__._. 1,11f.kt
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I 1st District Win Serious Brisines8.mrc w.y :.t(' "y".", '"' '.?:"!II'i1S > ,ar ,"' < '.,. ,... y4MpilI'; KrNw ro'WIlIMI1' ".'".,IiWl'-! 'I" '

;: "l VOTE RE-ELECT )fa
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It was a serious businesswinning as possible with so many players and Aaron Matthews 11-150; ends ,. 'r. "", 'trS ". ,-.eE
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j the first district game against one of playing both offense and defense* and strong linebackers Richard -_ '" .jj Tt .. "..' .' 'H' a
I the better Keystone High teams in "Mike is the best I've ever seen at Crosby, 12-159 Lonnie ''Hamilton, iC ,'" "'
1 years. getting /rood performances out of 11-178, and Ron Brown. 10200. .
I If Bradford fans could have seen players; says Coach Hurse meaning = *
the intense demeanor of Head Coach Sexton can take a second or third In addition to Hamilton's 13 .
-
i and have him at tackles rover back Billy Jackson a'4. I _
David Nurse there would have beenno stringer alternating '. CDte
doubt about that. Coach Hurse a defensive position two or three had 8. Lonnie Hamilton 7, Ron '
.and Coach Mike Sexton the defen- games into the season. Brown and Andy Nguyen 6 each and '.:: "'
sive specialist 'don't like to lose The defensive corps! was led by inside Tony Diggs, Craig Falstreaux = *'
anytime but when the biggest linebacker Mike Early, who' Aaron Matthews Donald Thornton ", ,.
district: game of the season is on the came through against KH like the and Mike Chappell each had. 4 .at... ....
line they go after a win, with a coaches have expected him to. Ear. tackles.In .r', ...
special intensity. ly, 12-194, ''led the team with 13 secondary for the big Tornadowin 'I ...
tackles and Intercepted two passes. were 'Tony Diggs' and .. :
There was little talk among BHS ,The inside linebackers Early and Nguyen at cornerbacks and Fran ;: *
players on the sideline Friday night. Craig Falstreaux 12-160 are real Long at safety. Long entry into the ; -
It was a deadly serious business. keys to the, split-40 defense Sexton defensive backfield improved the ., ..'. 'I' asa
'lAnd ,the veteran coaches and says. corps, and left John David Francisto -te' ; "', '
mostly green players pulled it off.! Billy Jackson; the strong side first-rate substitute.It "i ;, "
After losing the opener to 'Baker I defensive end or rover back, had six was a good team effort says = \.i env *
High, a loss to Keystone High would, tackles and played his position very Coach Sexton. "There were very few f ;' ',\ ....
I have meant a long, long season, admits -/' well says Coach Sextan."I was very breakdowns. That's what made the .,' I' _
Coach Hurse. pleased with Jackson's play.' said difference." STop ."I""t, "' ;;I Itc
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Basic to the '
I I Important victory was Sexton. ,
a hard charging", aggressive Tor-t The 14 also' Include four.defensive ... : It r ; *'
nado defense that put pressure on tackles are the two big men, Donald Performers.... ... !' ..
the Indian quarterback' .and Intercepted Thornton, 12-260 and [Jamie, Each week Tornado coaches name I
four passes. I f Whitehead 12-260; along with Tom the outstanding players of the week, ; : ; I
Plus quarterback Frank Long's! my Parker 11-210. and Chris In the KH game they are: ,1 [rxI. Homer F. Htar* '"* : ;

92 yard kick-off return Ignited the' Dougherty, U-165 seen on the front Defensive Backs of the' 'Week: ,' ;, J *'
Tornadoes and Tornados. .. -
their fans. line In long yardage situations. Frank Long,Tony Dlggs.. ''I 'I?/
coaches term that a key play of the' Doughtery has made a couple of big. Defensive Lineman of the Week: 'H. ". ;jJ't ;I

game. plays defensive end,..says.Coach" ,Mike Early, Billy Jackson. ; ...
,Coach Sexton now has 14 players Sexton. Offensive Backs of the' Week: ., ".'' (11" lit

)i'' I on the front line and at linebacker' The 14 include Barry Warren, Frank Long and Clinton Jenkins. ", ,, \," ./,., ,, +
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playing on the BUS defense. His and t
pur. 12-180 Billy Jackson 11-190 at Offensive Lineman of the Week: i
:. i pose is to keep the defense as fresh Strong end, Mike Chappell 1;-1874A ,, DnnaM 'l11nrntnn.. nanny Manningfirst HART \ "

has 4 experience !
years working"/fojT

1:1': Track Team Finishes 4th.in Invitational =i< county tax. d 0 II arst ? .:, ""' *fyBusinessman \;,' S *

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opening ue sr croea coun ")'", '( ", was second ,;with w points' for Bradford and 26th overall I: 25 years '
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.',; season Saturday Sept. 15. the Bradford Bishop Kenney SA) third with 100'I with a time of 19:03.: Following close i
I .', : High cross country teams ran".in. 'points,Bradford (2A) fourth with 106: behind was senior, Eddie Tennant HART
r {li the Palatka Invitation over.II'tn.meetf' points, Bolles.(2A) ;fifth with 118 who completed the tough three mile is a family man who cares about" Bradford *
) Finishing fourth the'girl's
I II points. Father Lopez (2ADaytonaBeach course In 19:28 to take 38nd place.
varsity competition and eighth'I ) Mventb'with 137 points and '"They ran up to their ability at Icountof I have had ,
2
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: .In the boys varsity, the Class 2A runners -F ,Santa Fe; <2A) 15th., this point. By the time It got time for tomorrow' I
'' did well in a meet dominated by them10 run. It was hot:' For the first iC
.''! }tf?,,.)t' 'Class schools. Girl's. < JV Race... race, they did the beat they could," children graduate from Bradford, High *

"They did weu'There""were J < Competing In the JV race were the remarked Loper of his boys'
( sOme rough"spots said'due to it being the Bradford Middle School Road Runners Coming in 53rd was sophmore i .School and one in the'school system now.' .

first meet long time Coach headlined by Christie Harrell. Thomas ,Moon In 22:40. sophmore ,
George, Loper of his girl's performance. ,who won her race with a time, ofIS Henry Cooper was filth at 2.1:21anct iC HART ''has that he is working
"They were running against proven a commfsn
d :**.. rS freshman Larry,Feltner completedIn ;
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;\ ;", some power, teams Saturday and -- "She was relatively unchallengedthroughout 7 24:14. In his first taste of competition. ,-.
':'! they schedule for time I sioner for all Bradford
are this of
.on moot of the race." said senior Skip Abdulla finished at62nd County peopJe'and
'Tar Loper of the BMS eighth gra4er.SIxth ; in 28:17.: ..

4-A Schaeffer champ, was of Buchhoht overall winner, the state;turnfag :{ grader, Romona Tennant The Oasis i| hefcTat Blahop Kenney -, i -not special interest groups. ,
was fifth overall with a time of W:J6, MBMM M.M MM M. f
1r.,: In a time of 12:48: for the two' High School in Jacksonville will HART
f.7i-I! '..' mile course on the of St. Eighth grader Katrina McSpacMkn be run for,.the 18th., time Saturday, has served in.a *
.Johns River Junior College.campus was 16th with 17;43,.Linda EtbrfMd Sept: a you conservative l : ,;:friendly, .
finished 38th In 18:18 Sonja
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By Mark Fricdlin.. who had to live next to these sites to complain in the past but it was almost as a "Blue Chip" community according'to Cooney, another project the
BCT Staff Writer impossible to legally do anything about them until the city passed the new chamber is currently involved with. ." >. t<_<
The city of Starke is improving its image. ordinances to deal with the problem. There are no tax advantages. to Cooney also pointed out the safety aspects of allowing burned out or
Various beautification projects and new city ordinances initiated by cleaning up a burnt out building, and no Incentive either. destroyed buidmgs to proliferate in the area. Not only does it spoil the
community leaders and citizens alike have started to"turn the corner" Three burned out or dilapidated buildings were approved for demolition aesthetics of the city Cooney said but they are also a deflnanl hazard.
the words of Starke Chamber of Commerce President Mike Cooney, in at a recent city council meeting In early August under the city's Unsafe Parents have complained for many years that the broken down houses!'
their efforts to attract clean new industry and growth to the city and surrounding Building Code Law. City Zoning Director L.M Gaines identified the and buildings, irresistable to advcture-Ioving youngsters, are a constant
areas. three unsightly buildings a burned out hulk on the corner of Cherry and dan.ger.'I' .
New ordinances let the city condemn dangerously burned out or broken Atkins Streets, a roofless building on Redgrave Street and a burned out
down structures that presented an eysore to both visitors and nearby house on the corner of East Call and Water Streets then notified the property DownlownProgrr'HK Count)itlerSurgr-H Ahead '
residents. A Starke Beautification Committee has also been formed to owners in accordance with the ordinance. Another group of concerned citizens, calling themselves the Downtown '
clean up the city aesthetically: as well. The property owners have a ten-day period to reply to the city, and an progress Committee, has been working both on their own and in concert
"We could experience a greatly improved rate of clean, productive appeal process, the Code Enforcement Board, in which owners can attempt with the city commission to further efforts to modernize the area.
growth here with these improvements,and more like them in the future," to work out arrangements to demolish or remodel to bring to the The committee has two major objectives to modernize and beautify .,
commented Cooney last week. "Everyone I've talked to realizes that we property back up to standard. the downtown area of shops and houses and to create a Starke Center of
still have a long way to go but I've been tremendously encouraged by the !"Sometimes its a lack of money but more often we have found that doing the Santa Fe Community College to be located in the old Bradford County
new positive steps we've taken in the past year. We hope to continue these someting about a burned out or dilapifdated structure is very easy to Courthouse building. a scenic. structure on"the corner of Call Stree. ,and ,.''' '
efforts and, more importantly, broaden our base of support and participa* put off, especially if the insurance money on the property was not enoughto U.S. 301. ; v ,* i
tlon in the community." completely redo them," Cooney said. 'On the other hand though, thereis Starke resident Guy Andrews, a member of the Endowment Board of ,
The city government has already flexed its muscles with its new city ordinances no reason for the neighbors and the economic health of the city to suffer the Santa Fe Community College is spearheading the drive to use the old ? ,
in an effort to not only beautify the area but to remove structures when when in most cases an arrangement for the benefit of both partiescan .courthouse for college classes. Andrews,'who earned his education on a
which are dangerous, especially to children, as well. usually be worked out. We regard as a very useful tool in cleaning up. small county-provided scholarship during the Depression era, told city;:7
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remove some of the eyesores that contributed to the deterioration of the These changes'' will benefit everyone in the long run." Please See... People. .
looks of the downtown area," Cooney continued. "It was easy for peopie These changes. should also'help Starke In its effort to become certified < .: I ,f :: \ . 'I,, page, .. ?, 'j p. ",1 ..


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Have an announcement?... G.l'It In to u. by Monday* at S p.m. andw. ...*.Church..,Clubs and Organization I. .'c ,
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can put It In lh. Calender. Local v.nlt. church gatherings, special speakers ,
or new groups organizing will be Included on request. We must ask the you keep A Welghtwatchers Club.. .. Is being h.ld In Storks. on Monday night' at'6:30: p.m. '. John'Whitney' ; 1

them es concise as po.. ..I.. Call P 0gy Register 1.173.7130-for more Information.' Trio.Plays Here

Square Dancing... Square dancing will be held the second and fourth Thursdays M. rc:.. TOPS.:.. The weight reducing clutt. 'meets" oath Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at September 27 5 5 ,.. i.\ !
ol each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodg. In Starke. corner of Call and the Ella* Baptist Church In Melrose. .
Orang. St. Collar Is Jim Duncan. Visitors welcome. Mainstream dancing.$ ; Lake Butler TOPS... Take Off Pounds Sensibly Club meets each Thursday evening' The sounds of Basin Street will enliven'theStarke '. .' : '

Sweet Adelines:.. This woman's barbershop music group meets each Monday\ at at 6:30: p.m. at the Faith Baptist. Church on 1309 S. 12th St. hi laka Butler For further .Woman's Club Thursday night Sept. ,27', when the ,,,: .1 '

7:30: p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Wom.n Inlsrested In singing lour Information call Linda Durham,496-33944 John 'Whitney Trio, a jazz group newly, transplanted ..'f".t. ,;';,;r' '

port harmony or. Invited to visit. ". A....... Classes are being offered In lake Butler on Monday and Wednesday from New York; to Orlando, opens the 1984 Santa Fe ',::1 Jd ;: ,

.....,......... This mal. barbergators group meets each Tuesday at 7:30 afternoon at 5:30: p.m. In Room 136B at Union County High School.. Morning Comr.nunltYCollege, Fall Festival of the Performing ''i "'
p.m. in the P.K. Yonge music room, 1080 SW 11th St. Visitors welcome. cia.... began Wednesday, Jun. 13 at 9:30..m. Call 944-5078 for Inlormatloh Art'.. ,' .1 ." ;
Judo Classes..wlll be held Monday and Thursday nights In Keystone HeightsHigh ,'/ ,. '
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Trinity Episcopal Church... Meetings h.td.och w..k In the Parish House Include be held from 6:30-7:30 senior 1 John Whitney outstanding jazz "
School cafeteria. Junior classes will p.m. an pianist,'composer ; I .
: classes from 7:30-8:30.: : Call 473-3964. .' : .. ,':and arranger fof'Columbia.Pictures: heads W
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Boy Scout Troop 109 at 7p.m. Aerobic. Classes or. being offered Monday 'and Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.. 4:30: ','' ; "'" .
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Cub Scout Pack 109 each, Monday night at 6:30 p.m. 9:30 the ; .
and And Thursday at : at Keystone Height
7:30: p.m. on TUftday.nd p.m. .J. '
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Woman's. Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. ( ,dl t: ; f!
..".Scouts Cholrsters meet meet Monday Wednesday at 3 p.m.night at 7 p.m. > OvereeWs enymous..meets weekly1 at the St. Mark' Episcopal Church-: 'Whitney plays piano In several styles, throwing 'in!: ':i.'i'k':

4 l :parish haute.. Thursdays at 11:30 a.m. For $Information,call 783-3931.: some blue$_ with frequent changes of moods from i.HIJ1.i: i'I\ : 4.:..
Christmas t Cantata; ......,..r..5ot each Monday at 7 though Dec:, \at the"" : .
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lierclse Classes...WIII be h.ld each Thursday beginning at 7 p.m. at the First f' ::
glum to gay. He is currently' the University' of ] \ : ,
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United Methodist Church, Main Street, a chargeper .
HlppoeVeme Film Club features a variety of films of a contemporary nature Classes conducted by Betty Herring and Will Vote. fIxerclse Central Florida as director: oJtheJa,,; lab and .conductor !+It' ,. .
each..Friday and Saturday night at the Hippodrome, 25 SC 2nd Place\Un por.portlclpotl"t. of the orchestra He piano .Io'. .
.* Classes far FALL..Aquo.las at 6, Mon-Thun. Slim astk. at 10 a.in. was a major at (?*,:: 't f
Gainesville. ( (fro* babysitting) and 4 p.m., Tuas-Thur: and Aerobk at 4 p.m.. Men.. Wad.. thica' College and directed musical' comedy produc: '-*>I'I .I 'j:' :Jflt1,1 1i"

...............?.AIn:.... Au.d.......,. Tha- group meets and discusses I alrcrolt.. Frl. and 6 p.M.-T....., Wed.. and Frl All classes start week of I.pti 10. Call BH. lions at'Cornefr.' During the. past':year* he conducted '"*"' I7. "',;,'5 ." :. .I
each Sunday at 4:30 p.m. at Kenn-AIre.on the north side of the Gainesville Center for Health and Fitness to registers 9644310.Duplicate Alt-State orchestras' in Vermont and Florida' ,
Regional Airport, Airplane buffs w lc_. Call 377-Mtt Information. ,, triage dub...-.. every Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m, at, Stark 4 .; 1 I
K.y.t.n. Nt........ Night version ol Homemoker Club meets second Tuesday W_'* Club..Bridge player or. Invited to attend. Robert' *Petta, 'Is:chic/percusstfonist/ort'p'' _

of aoch month at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Koys'm4 -. ; Florida Symphony Orchestra. ,
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Office ,...... ,.,..--.._lor (their current,'pfogrom. Openings In Concerts The,:Whitney,,Tria is conel4ered alma'n' stream' )t.1'" ,\. ,. '
Classroom Training course Includes Business Education, Data Processing. Draft Conceit Phee. ............. JacksonviH* Coil l..um'and CIvic iAudlrorlum' : :. ''!
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ting, Commercial Truck Driving.,.Auto Mechanics, stc. Thsra will be an On-th* I-633-3900T Florida :Theatre I'360-2797$ Playground South.1.734-6300; Orlando,, : \"/; t.. I V .
Job : Placement In OJT I. based education, skills and ):;son Their program'herewUl Include popular- +: ;
Training Program en lob requirement Bob. Carr Canter + 1-305-843-tI11f Civic Cantor 1-30S.349-9V9B( ; Lakeland Civic .:. t ; 4v
of the wort S3 and' ). H ,Interested, please contact the JTPA OHtee located i.. j l)'ar l\. M' .;,.i;:', .
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age up Tampa's Theatre l-BI3-313-S9Bt' Curtis Ifkcan Halt 1-8I3-333-89U: ; IMf Sun fAli Festival" .' 4 4'A ".
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September, ZO,. 1984


I Flerid visits Lawtey Elementary BRADFORD MUSIC CENTER
sfirst1ady: Rent land liwtrumenH-Swme Price
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Florida' First Lady, Adele variety of generous school -Ftlnd raising;" classroom parties, cake decorating;' motorcycle Com; *CM Your Today, ti
Graham, stopped by Lawtey volunteers.School volunteers are used field tripe; Volunteers play an important mechanics, aerobics, music, flower aradfordIquer.-5M-6 4n .
Elementary School on Sept. f, to encourage in many different ways, he said. role In assisting teachers making and others.
volunteers to keep up the This past year several parents with activities.Jump-rope-tor-Heart Paterson stated the activity pro
good work. volunteered In the classroom and utilizes several volunteers during gram will be using resource persons
Mrs. Graham wife of Gov. Bob one volunteered specifically In the this time. from the community. In consumer
Graham, was fulfilling her commit- media center regularly. During the Parent Teachers Organization: education LE will use personnel
ment to visit every county's school year, Various events take place Lawtey has a very active P.T.O.The from, local banks and stores. A unit
volunteer program,according to her, where we depend upon volunteers Halloween Carnival uses around 50 on community helpers will Include #
press secretary Pat Griae. To date, extensively.! different volunteers along with 20 using resource people such as,
Mrs. Graham has visited two thirdsof He listed several events: Lawtey Correctional inmates to set policemen, post office workers,
,the counties in the state to urge Kindergarten screening: At least up booths, cook and feed for about firemen, etc. We also will include
more volunteers to help out in school one volunteer for each class helps 2,000 and to clean up. Paterson units on smoking and drug abuse using
classrooms. with,paraprofcssionals to supervise I praised Lawtey Correctional personnel from the Departmentof 'Il 1Iu1ll1li11 Qlats; 1sltlsd, 7111 > I

During the midday stop Thursday class while screening Is done. Superintendent James Wainwright Corrections. no.. Hazanl Nferraafy 'P20s'758"04 .. 'I31'80P21375S15 '
she I for his at the school as Lawtey Little League was foundedby .
met with Principal Buddy Pater- Health screening: Volunteers are personal help '
son and volunteers who serve at the used with the nurse for health well as the Involvement of Inmates. parent-teacher volunteers in,1971 P165 BOO, 13.. 24.88: . ..I i,;' 33, 88
elementary school which handles 373 screening. Also, the Christmas store utilizes to sponsor youth baseball and softball PI85.7 OI4 . . 28.88 P2257535.4,34
students from kindergarten through Bus drivers: Volunteer driversare I 10-15 parent'volunteers within that leagues for the'' Lawtey com P215 75B 14' 33.88 P23375BJ5.: ", Si'. ;.':,\:/ 3,88, .
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grade seven. used in as many instances as : week. munity During 1979 enough moneywas "M'l "
Paterson said Lawtey Elementary possible, to lower the cost of field Room Mothers: Room mothersare raised and with the never en- '
School Is very fortunate to have a trips. used to help organize parties and ding help from James Wainwright, l.ltl Gila Radial XL :

trips, better known as "Cobble and"baseball a new PISS eaR 13 . . 32.88 'P2I575R1S' ."', :'.,'.:. : .03.88. ,
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tllll 'e M'-: _.:;.,. pysical I 1 Education Events: 1'
'' school recreation programs are offered field was constructed complete with PISS eaR 13 . . 35.88 P22575R15''' 0 .'j : ; 45.88 ,;

and organized strictly by lights, concession stand and P195 75R 14 '.' . 37.88 P235 75R )15 : . . 46.88
volunteers. During the year facilities. This took a consolidated .
volunteers are called upon to help volunteer effort from the city,school
with play days and the Inter-county system, volunteers and Lawtey Cor- Reavy Bah Bill Bagel l, .
rectional inmates. $381S
games.Maintenance 'White/ Spoke
: Lawtey Elemen- ,After explaining the work of 81"1'" lsrlinatl $isOasle.
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1 rFf45vc tary is very fortunate to have good volunteers to Mrs,.Graham, Paterson a tsar WIftIIItr WheelS
? friends at Lawtey Correctional Institution and other school officials took Front End Gran,Prix $26911Allgnnaent
i A+ if' "James Wainwright is her to visit a first-grade classroom -.
very supportive of our school and 'where Starke fireman Mike Sanderswas : Heavy DutyShocks Up M ,SI BFrtet t.;
our programs," says Paterson. Both talking about fire safety.
n 1.., ..q t ball fields were constructed under Dressed In full fire-fighting gear, 12.95 'Beal'bra' .,
his guidance and with the generous Sanders looked and sounded like a"monster" Moil tin: Trucks 0I' k3 JOb ,r
help of inmates. Special as he breathed throughthe '
maintenance and upkeep is done air tank on his back. He explained Steam Clean $149 5 I ..0Ii.
weekly by Inmates.' Many events to the children that firemen wear Engines
and programs would not be possible this protective clothing to keep from '...tfllckEa. sir l
without their help and support. being burned while fighting fires He In...... Y
Mini-Course Day: During the asked for a volunteer to run toward $1.400 KM*cm n.ask, ,
Spring, a day is set aside to offer 'him to demonstrate what they
students a variety of minicourses.Each should do if caught in a.fire at their CORBETT'S TIRES & .SERVICE'
teacher is responsible for acquiring homes.
an instructor for a course or One brave little girl Jumped into \VS 301 Temple Avenue 'Sla'ke'llitilMUM

Florida's First. Lady Visits Lawtey Elementary..,.. Students to teach sign a 'up course for the themselves different he his,would arms carry and he her demonstrated to safety how .Financing (Formerly Starke Firestone). ..::... 9G4-643C

A first grade classroom at Lawtey Elementary met the First Lady of courses they would like to'take. Examples -
Florida when she passed through boosting volunteerism In schools. of these are, fire safety,first
aid, exotic bird raising,.knot tying,
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Fowler 82 of Edwards I everyone prayers
Harvey The recovery.'Our prayer Is
Road, Starke died Wednesday Lowell King family wishes toLowell's' bless each of you. Thankexpress
night Sept. 12, in Alachua GeneralHospital their appreciation for all the eel l -
Gainesville, following a ,cards, calls and most of all to y

long Born Illness.in Bradford County_ ,. Mr; ., I IN STOCK &m1 j I ,

cemetery area Fowler, retiring was a worker lifelong many years resident from ago Jones of as the a CONCRETE, ,, :;',;t.. :


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Brooker.Mr. .. I We Deliver, '" 198i Super Cab Diesel
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brothers, Jake Fowler of Clermont
and Alex Fowler of Green Cove Springs 1i2.yd. 1314 yd. .' ;. -------

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Funeral services were"held at 2 '- 4737655 "" ;
p.m.:; Saturday,Sept. 15,at graveside I,;. < Open. '6 Da p.a. ,Week. '
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James T. (J.T. Richardson,64,of .
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home after an apparent heart at- \.7bU
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''Born In Ohio, Mr. Richardson' ;. .., ,
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1904 and moved to Raiford In 1960 B94 W. Call"Strut ROSE
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Union Correctional Institution for 19 988431
years. He was a member of the .' ,! '. "III
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of Keystone Heights '. IIII 1984 F-150 Gas & Di.'sel l

) Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Mont Hair Cuts .........,...............................1,". *..! '
, Nlta R. Richardson of Raiford; five

I Starke.sons Mike Steven of of Chipley Daytona Sam, Jeff of of Farlnt--....:'......."...........h.........,"..if1.w.p4lr;. ...'"!'"IAOO,! 4 WQ ", .ESCORTS F:2R's:

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;, Starke and Mark of Cocoa; and five .

'grandchildren.Funeral services. were held. Tuesday Call' now for your 'appointment In Stock Good, ,Selection Ready terira
at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Archer '
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Funeral Home In Lake Butler with y. Out
Rev. Glen Schmerge officiating. i
Burial was In Sapp Cemetery. Ar- a
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by Ann H.:Sponholts' that Florida Is on the verge of producing or fr..... '
SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER a seedless grape.perhaps
within the next five years the FLORIDA GRAPE JUICI
,. There is perhaps no other fruit Florida produced muscadine grape 14b
which offers as much versatility as Is not seedless. 10 Lbs, Florida gropes
the grape. You can enjoy grapes 1 cup water
right off the vine, freeze grapes,dry "But fterall, grapes are not
I convert grapes to grape meant to be eaten in the parlor," + a Pick over wash drain and r.mov.
I :. Jellies: cider or wine; you can make said Ms.Trueblood."They are fun to Items from grap.. Heat grapes arid
Jams, marmalades, conserves ,eat and out of door:is the fun place to water la I40-I43' F. and hold this
y ,preserves,chutneys,catsup, ,eat them." temperature until seeds and pulp
and you can even make grape .parat.. Strain through |.lly bag.
leathers. There are many U-pick vineyardsIn Allow the juke| to stand In the
And you don't have to go to the area, but Ms. Trueblood said asVI r.frlfl.rator overnight to prclpltota'0'.'
California to enjoy fresh from the she would urge anyone Interested in fJtl torle acid and dr gi.
vine, those delicious smooth-skinned picking their own grapes to do so In r Pour off clear juc! If d.tlr.d. odd V*
delicacies which so beautifully dot the next ten days to two weeks as the pound sugar for each quart of|1"le.,h.at
the landscape in colors of black, ,season Is coming to a close. Y to boiling point and process.Into tt.rilli.d .
blue, golden, purple, green, red or /r bottles
white. For grapes are grown right And when you go out to the r
here in North Central Florida. In vineyards and pick that inviting > 'Z
( In recipes calling for
pectin, Ms.
fact, muscadine grapes,which comeIn treat of nature, you will probably
several varieties, are native to find yourself agreeing with Ms. Trueblood suggests that due to the
Florida. Trueblood who says, "There is large sugar content naturally pre-'
Growers sent in grapes, you use low sugar
"The Florida Grape nothing like a muscadine grape In all
Association (FGGA) was first form- the world." ,
ed in 1923,but by the early'30s it was
wiped out because of Pierce's Some of Ms. Trueblood's favorite
I disease," said Felicity Trueblood grape recipes:
owner of Meadowmere Farm in
Melrose and vice president of ..0 h'c_ pectin.'j
FGGA. GRAM 1IATHCRS
"In the past 10 years, there has Extract |juice from black or rdmuscadine
been phenomenal interest In the *. rt. "
grape industry," said Ms. Add sugar If d ilrd. \ .
Trueblood, "and the legislature Cook lowly until", |ole. It the conS
,recently appropriated $250,000 for litcncy of a thick past. w, ;/', ,
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grape research.?' Spread pad on cookl! ihMts to .t',"'i''i'f.,''tf'' ,, I
According to Ms. Trueblood, the depth of Vi-lnch.
outlying( areas of both Tallahassee Dry slowln In a ISO oven until dry on Felicity Trueblood squeezes some grapes.
and Gainesville are the most active outsid and soft on Inside.
U-Pick grape centers. In addition to : I I
both areas being situated near
universities both ares were also IRGONDITIONING & HEATING
centers of early grape cultivation I
before the Civil War. But the use of NEW INSTALLATIONS I LAVERN OUTLAW
grapes dates back long before the SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 'General Agent, Stark; Florida
Civil War. Grapes have been a partof
Universal'Life
man's diet since prehistoric timesas HEAT PUMPS
the finding of ape ENERGY SAVING UNITS Life Insurance\ .
leaves and seeds has indicate MASTER LICENSED e Mortgage Protection, \

_ Ms. Trueblood, like most area ,, INSURED & BONDED Term IRA's Annuities'
U-pick grape growers, operates her b REASONABLE RATES Individual Major Medical
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vineyard on a part-time basis. She
planted her vines, located south of. SINCE 116. Group Major Medical
Melrose on Hwy. 21, nearly eight Medicare Supplements
years ago. Ms. Trueblood, who,, WAYNE KINNEY
teaches freshman English at the 1. . 1\ .'.,. F
University of Florida, opens her l ELECTRICAL I fA1ING6 AI.CONO. You Can Get More For Your
the U-pick vineyard to the which public during .L pLUM.ING_ fpRIGtATIONrj Premium Dollar '
grape season usually
starts the first week in August and LET ME SHOW,YOU'
runs through October. F b j 964-8786 I' Call for on appointment: today

I Besides having rows and rows of 766 N THOMPSON STARKE 964-9478
grape vines, Ms. Trueblood also hasa I

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"The design of the grape crusher SNAPPER SENSATIONAL
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prehistoric times," said Ms. ,

oW.,;,. Trueblood wineries use, explaining the same basic that design even, Muscadines on the vine:. I Iw ,,FALL ,SAVINGS SBOijiuq M'!'
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,., except Instead of being run by man !!
power they use hydraulic power to

run their crushers. Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm ATTACHMENTS WORTH UP TO $150.

According to Ms.Trueblood, individual NO MONTHLY
an PAYMENT FORgO DAYS.
head of household is permit-- Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn rlght'to' farm

ted by law to produce 100 gallons of Now Open Tuas.-SaL 10:00 amto 6:00 ."
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wine A married pm
per year. couple (i'
may produce as much as 200 gallons. .
20% Off 3 Gal. Azaleas .' RIDE
The Florida Legislature, recognizing WITH
the growing interest home produced LANDSCAPING PLANTS
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wine, legalized home produc- .
tion in 1972.There are presently five Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees Custom' Made ,Swings ,
active commercial wineries in the
state which Ms. Trueblood said CONFIDENCE
produce a superb wine. 964-7109
i Although Ms. Trueblood predicts All Nature Sings of Jesus

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One-half-mile winner...

"' ,:' The younger crowd eontlaueel to rake Ia the tropblea Ia the Aaron hall Ban..toa mile event., Amy*WIDDen Roberta area and Sean PaW SaDden.Tbompsoa. $4.00 OFf !

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around the lake to the far"' minutes and 48 seconds; and fifth, was fourth clocked at 25 minutes otIS BABIES
' ,shore/and soon observors on the nearside went to Holly Hoover who finished In, seconds and Jim Herr was fifth In this
could see the spotting boats com one hour 12 minutyes and 38 seconds. event with a time of 28 minute, 55r : CHILDREN
,:::leg across each with it s splashing Stacey Davidson won the one' seconds.
swimmer alongside. quarter mile event with a time of Wyman coordinated the event this taCHOOSING ADULTS 4
: Of the long distance swimmers eight minutes and 45 seconds. Robbie year.and Is the founder of what l\a .
Gainesville's Anne Metzger finishedwith Shackleford finished second with a becoming popular endurance test COLORS
an outstanding time of just 59, time of nine minutes, 48 seconds and for local swimmers. Susan Rucker What is. the first thing that) FAMILIES
'minutes and 48 seconds. Metzger a Davey Davidson finished third with a 'was chairwoman thia year. Pete ,
powerful blonde who is a member a time of 12 minutes, 41 seconds. ..Weickerham was vice-chairman and l ,most consumers1' consider '
swim team in the University City, set In the half-mile event: AaronBangston assistants were David Capper when buying carpet? Color. S J:
a new record for the event with her took first place with a timeof Joanne Wyman, Ben Keyes Rolyn Since that I Is'a highly,personal I
strokes. 14 seconds Sean Gann Ward and Julie David 20 111'J r
powerful minutes 14 ; Angela matter, this Is often a very dif
behind her was Linda Thompson was a strong second with a son. make. The
WRight ficult decision to
,, f who although she was disqualified time of IS minutes, 21 seconds; Brenda Carr. of the Lake Region \
,', for a one minute late start, Robert Abrams was third at 17 Travel Agency presented the color of the carpet !should PROFESSIONAL
," blazed through the course in record minutes six seconds; Paul Sanderswas trophies after the events were co omatch the customer's walls
time as well, completing the swim fourth with a time of 18 minutes cluded. draperies upholstery and fur COLOR PORTRAITS
" across the big lake In Just 58 minutes 13 seconds and Amy Jo Roberts was "It was a very successful swim this niture.
and 32 seconds. fifth with a clocking of 19 minutes and, year,"'Wyman said. 'We had some i
Second place went to Laura Allen, 13 seconds.In enthusiastic volunteers and some. Bright colors are most
who finished in one hour, three the one mile swim: Bob Bradleywas competitive swimmers as well. Next popular today and literally
I. minutes and 50 seconds; third place first with a time of 21 minutes 44 years swim should be'better' than affect the, mood of people In
went to C. Sanford who was right seconds;John Rohan was second in at ever" your home or apartment:! .. TWO 8x10THREE5X7 95
behind in one hour, four minutes and 23 minutes 28 seconds Lucy Kennedy Yellows and goldsare happy '
7: ; '33 seconds; fourth went to Andrew was third with a time of 24 ""III 8 '
\ ;;,4'': Elsler. with a time of one hour, nine I' minutes, 53 seconds Sarah Abramstr :colors while reds tend to excite Our" Reg. \
j or stimulate; 'Subtle cof- I 15 WALLETS ,
!II. !1"" < RENT ,ors,..such,as gree!" ,:prvlde a \ 12.95:
i feeling of tranquility, Cool
: ;i.: People Make a Difference... colors, especially blue'are effective 9SC'Deposit Balance' $8,00:Uoses,our selection. Special' J
In' summer ''homes !effect poses eta;'Limit.One package per.",ubject. $1.00 '

I t',r"".,. From Page icommissioners I A Awhile warm orange would be each panied additional by an adult.subject Satisfaction in portrait.guaranteed.Minors must Satin-textured be accom- ; ,

': at a recent meeting he would "do anything he could" Including 'a good bet for a ski lodge. finish at no extra' harge. '
contributing funds to see the plan become a reality. tt We won't ''try to nfluenc .. "
Andrews,while stressing the value of higher eduaction to the community \ color but .. (. .
I your selection! we A k About pur NIMStO 3-DlmhJlohar i>rtr lt*
'I; J told commissioners a new SFCC project would "anchor" the overall
' I .. downtown revitalization project by raising the tax base, removing a will be happy to advise you If
'F : blighted 'areadoorstep" and '"creating two years of higher education at our you are having trouble makIng -

tl'..,. mind.,See us for 4, DAYS ONLY!
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Grant Received carpet
f r Money fine In a broad selection -
(. 't. ;0" In another related project: the Bradford Historical Board of Trustees '
headed by Newspaper Editor and Historian E.L. Mathews recently HOME ", of'colors.' Thurs.: Fri., Sat., & Sun.
't received a $3,000 grant in federal funds to be used for a historic and architectural ',l Teal
il\ survey of a four block area on Call Street,which has the old ENTERTAINMENT''yNCEPTS : Tile Sept: 20,. .21 22 & 23
; Bradford County Courthouse as it most dominant feature. '
:' 0 The purpose of thcMQitoTlffpM pf p )!\ IMQttQrUO have the'street' : & Carpet" <,,.,', b.. CI M Daily 1 0.8.iSurL..iI; J) &!;'i';;', >:',". ,
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''. i. their cost for remodeling. Starke,Florida ,
\ Work on this unique survey Is scheduled to begin as soon as bids for the '964-7423
job are received and a contract negotiated. II... / x11.r
>,. Medians get Facelift
f"' The Starke Beautification Committee has been busy with a project to
: '. add greenery and to upgrade the appearance of the concrete medians
centering U.S. 301 as it passes through the city.
y' : Committee members headed by local attorney Reggie Flynn,have met
, with officials from the state Department of Transportation and recently [
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i 1\\ received prepared maps of the medians within the city for use in plann-
,, ing. ,
,i Local contractor Warren Stevenson has come up with some Ideas on the
project and has incorporated them with the D.O.T.maps of the medians
: I Stephenson's plans will be studied by the! committee early next week. U.S. 301 South '964-6071 '
From there they will be sent to the Board of Governors of the Chamber of ,
'I,, : Commerce then to the D.O.T. district headquarters in Lake City for ap- 'TKe Country Store for More" 0
1proval. !
"That's the strength of these different projects" Cooney commented."We (New Hpurs; Open 8:30: am7 prn Monday SaturdayCompare
have a number of different projects going on at the same time with,,
more citizens becoming involved as each, month passes. People here ,' Our Prices & Save!!tl!
'1ft realize that these efforts help everyone in the city and the surrounding:
",,' areas,not just a few. With the momentum we've established in the past Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA.fopd Stamps! ,
/.. year we are hopeful that even more positive. changes are coming in the "
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.CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted THURSDAY SUNDAY Women. and MIMOSA MAMOR MOBILE HOME PARK. Wl BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtoges BRADFORD COUNT
lo the Bradford County chlldrens good clothing; toys; and also originate home equity loans, 4_ TELEGRAPH
Mobile home. and for rent.
spaces
{ )' Telegraph office In writing and paid in household good.comic: electric book. fryer hand Recreational vehicles welcome.,Phone Call Liz Langley at 961.3010.8/09 Hn ASSUME PAYMENTSNew rulill arJ'
bl.nd.r
advance unless credit I I. already ; stereos; ; ,,CIOSIY LAKE WATERFRONT HOME 4
made mermaids and oth.r 468-2912.9/16 Hn 14 70, :3 BR/2 BA
established with this office. Adoption BR, LR, DR, Kitchen, stove, refrlg., {!
doll.. for Christmas. Mary MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTS One mile Gorden tub, bay win.
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD rag Layaway dishwasher, heat A air. Excellent DEALT
carpet
from Starke limits. Clean.
,' ; RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IK Brown's Trailer Park. 1 block S. of 301 city Hwy. 16 fishing 964-6350. Bulllngton. dow FF Refrlg., and
r Drive-In Theatr. Itchg 920CAMPER. W. Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. : much more. $204.92
WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVEft
CLASSIFIEDS
8/30 Hn
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On ,
rURNITUM, BICYCLES, linens w/credlt
'.. THI TELEPHONE. BY OWNER Quiet close convenient. i mo. approve A
clothes, records. In Lawt.y on 301 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call ed. Small transfer fee.
y Classified' deadline Is TUESDAY 168.1323.10/07 tfn. Spacious .4 BR. 2 ... lots of storage.Chalnlink PHONE 9647776ElWILLtGAIt
beside Troll Restaurant. Friday Sept.
NOON prior to Thursday publication. workshop. Pans Mr. Butler. CECILIA
carport
21, Sat. the 22nd. B a.m. to 4 p.m. Itpd STUDIO APARTMENT! Weekly monthly 1..n.7231 205 N. Temple Starke I
Minimum charge IS word. for$2.73, rates. Palms Apartments, 3314 N.Ternpie .". .1 1.96 ac.... Good gardening. Down
;, th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter, 9/20 tfn payment, assumable mortgage.
LARGE THREE FAMILY YAID SALEl AtUnderwood Av. 7/28 ChrIstmas In September
ROOM FOR RENT BY THI MONTH 9613610.8/30 Hn '
Rain &
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Restaurant building. !
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON W/SwImmlng pool. Maid service, 4 BR, NEWLY PAINTED) Papered, and Shop Compare GIVI YOUR FAMILY THE GIFT THAT GIVES
FCAN (Florida Classified' Ad N.twork). or shine. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.mil.Saturday Northon linens Included. Restaurant and 'lounge t 1. carpeted. Large tree'd fenced .'lot. Special Insurance for| PLEASURE FOR YEARS. A BEAUTIFUL HOME IN
22 t Sun., S.pt. 23. 3
ui For $125 ((25-word.). your ad will go Into Sept. en premises, Utilities Included. $32.000 firm.462-3998 or 373-7734. Ask Mobile Home Parks FABULOUS FLORIDA.WE .
y, 56 Florida newspapers (doll{.. and SATURDAY US 301. SEPT.Itpd 9/20 22 9 a.m. 932 Euclid $300/mo. Free parking.Econa lodge of for Jessie. 9/13 4tchg 10/04 "All types of home- ARE PROUD TO OFFER one of Bradford County's
weeklies for circulation of ,
) a 1,000,000readers. Street. Second street behind Madison Starke, 964-760O. 3/03 tfn BEAUTIFUL LOCATION! large comer lot. owners policies for] truly (luxurious homes situated across from the
Mok. that work for
mon.y NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 515 E. Jackson St. CH A. DR, Great Club. and
Country
Street Baptist Church. Baby clothes, mobile homes. Extraordinary privacy gracious
..5.11 the FCAN Call964.6305a.k
you. for way. stove, bed from., record player, and BA apt. For more Information call Lake Room, 3 SR. Den, large Eat-ln-Kltchen living are available In this 3 BR, 2'/ BA, brick home.
Sylvia Today. with 2-cor .$45.000. Call for Quote *
Butler Apts., 496-3141. Equal Oppor. appliances. garage An
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY! track. Itchg 9/20 Owner financing available $5,000 uncommon concept of living. Superb condition.
CONSIGNMENT SHOP Fri. ft Sat. 10 a.m. tunlty Housing. 6/7 tfnchg I Olin's Mobile -A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Enjoy( the
down, 1JX Int. 9/20 Hn
to 6 p.m. 964-4696. Arts, crofts, plants. 2 BR DUPLEX-Furnlshed. 116 N. Myrtle. pleasures available In thl. beautifully constructed

BUSINESSOrpORTUNITIES clothes, .tc. From Hwy. 301, turn Easton 964-4228$275/mo. $150 security 8/30 deposit.tin Phone SATURDAY I Deerfoot OPEN Trail HOUSE 3 BR )2 BA 106.lakefront Reduced Home Sales whit. brick 4 BR, 3 BA with a great swimming pool.
SR 100 round bend In Stark., same evenings.
Designed with the family In mind.
home lake. This home hasIt Elaine M. Olin
building as Bradford Video. Itchg 9/20 NICE ROOM WITH PRIVATE lATH on Sampson Agent
l 964-6033.. 8/30 tin all. Dlr: US 301 to right 237 to right DISCOVER A WORLD OF BLISSFUL PRIVACY within
bed.
TAG SALEi Baby grand piano 964.5606
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR, tables, chairs chests, rugs,. books, FURNISHED A/C KINGSLEY LAKI COT. C223 to right on Edmonds Drive In this new stone l cypress, dramatic, contemporary
'I Ladles Apparel, Combination Accessories lamp., curtains and lots mar. Saturday TAGS 3 BR. $350 month. 10-month Deerfoot Trails to sign. ERA Dan Jones on a 10-Ac. site In the city. Sumptuous touch. Include
;" Larg. Size Store: National ft. Sunday. 922923. 10 a.m. to 4 lease. No pets, no children. 964-6491. 'I Assoc., Inc. Realtor. 744-4644. Itchg Subscribe Today gorgeous wallpaper, 2 fireplaces.4 BR, 2 BA

i' brands: Jordach., ,Chic Lee, ,Levl, p.m. 1596 Bessent Road Starke. 9/06 tin 9/20 BRADFORD COUNTY with excellent traffic pattern.
J ; Vonderbllt Itod, Esprit Brlttonla, 9646239. Itchg 9/20 NEW 4x73, BR TRAILERS Wlth'.un".n a i. a.rrw. TELEGRAPH TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE IT, Charming, nearly' new
Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evon BABY FURNITURE BABY 4 TODDLER bath plus 1% baths. All appliances Included 964.6305 brick 3 lit, 2 B A home on 1'/ Ac. Near Country Club.

Plcone, Clalborne, Members Only, CLOTHES, slies 0-3 y,.. Maternity washer/dryer* AC furnishedwith GREAT PLACE TO RAISE Great FR, fireplace, scrn'd porch,. 1130 heeled S.P.
Organically Grown, 'HealthTex. 700 clothes, '.. larg., adult cloth. sizes exception of couch. Call after A FAMILY $63.000. Assum. mtg. appr. $39,473.
olh.,.. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory, medium to large; vacuum camera, 300.. 964-8106 Saturday and Sunday, Country living yet only 6 miles to SMASHING CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Ten-
airfare, training fixtures, grand openIng tables and lamp., household Items and all day. 9/13 tfn' Bradford Squar. On paved rood. Bids WantedOn n.r.ar designed this handsome, 3-story, c.dor'ot;
.,c. Can op.n 1 19 days. Mr. Keenan much more Take 100 West to MadisonSt. KITCHENETTES! Very low price. TV, A/C. 1800 Sq. Ft. CBS home w/3 BR, 2 BA Maintenance Country Club. 3S84 .... ft. on 2 loll; Beaut. Insul.
((303)) 678.3639. Itpd 9/20 Baptist Church, turn on Alton Road All utilities Included. Underwood and 4th BR or den. Celling fans, ContractFor Fireplace Only" 3 yrs. old. $P $171,000. mtg. $73,000
ICE CREAM PARLOR: Stainless steel fixtures to 1123 Nell Court. Follow signs. Itpd Motel, 3Vt miles north. on US 310. Itpd CH/A, 'fireplace/grill, screenedporch at t%", Mo. Pmt. 16".".
brass rail (everything but the 9/20 9/20 D/R, Eot-in Kitchen trees, Crosby Lake
NEW
building). 4300. Will trod. 96/-d020. GARAGE SALE Quarter mile on. 301.Itchg HOUSE ON KINGSLIY LAKE No pets. ,-no'' large fenced yard. Room for a hor... CemeteryCopies TERMS OF 12X 'POSSIBLE-LISTINGS ac.!cleared w/opprox.
1Ichg 920LOCAL l 9/20 children. Call 533.2133.9/13 Hn Nearby public boat on Ig. lake. ,. of contract and
MOTORCYCLE BUSINESS! FRIDAY 8 SATURDAYS Sept. :21, 22. ,1 BR, 1 BA FURNISHED with D/W. North Additional 4 acres available.ramp specifications availabl. 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells, 3 septic tanks.
$125- 00 K gross T.rm. available. For 9:00-5:00.: : Geiger Rd. off Colley Rood "of Starke. $300 monthly plus utilities. $50,000 at Bradford County 2 MH. Butler Bldg. Stocked pond t creek. '
more Information writ. P.O. Drawer COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 215' ON Ml
Dear Southslde School. Lot. and lots of Evenings, 1.786-91I19Upd 9/20
A, Stork., Fla. 32091. Itchg 9/20 chlldrens clothes, a. 614. 9/20 2tpd 3 BR BLOCK HOMES Central Air/Heat. By Own.r.CaIl9U.7131 Telegraph Driwer A,, Slarke or writ., Fl Located the Heart of Starke. Bldg..approx. 1800
ft. ...
9/27 Stove and refrigerator furnished. $350 sq. Multlpl. u.
t LAND FOR SALENEW GIGANTIC YARD SALE Friday and Saturday per mo. Call 96/-5606. Itchg 9/20 32091. .......
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. TV., appliances RENT WITH OPTION TO BUYi Bids needed Oct 1* ROOM TO ROAMI 2565 sq. ft. home Is located en
nice wom.n. and mens clothes, kitchen Doublewlde trailer"' 3 bedrooms, 2'' REAL ESTATE 3V Ac. w/3 BR, 3 BA t CH/A. Ha. panelling S
DEVELOPMENT) Approx. V4 ac. Items; furniture, .'e. Off 301 N. baths on beautiful Santa Fa Canal' lot OUT OF AREA fireplace. 105000.
dn.. Paved$75/mo.streets Owner, control water.financed$100 on Morgan Rd. C-233 on left past leading to three lok_. $390 mo., first GRAPES -4.9 Act Beaut brick home. Approx. 1500 sq. ft. 1yrs.
Church. Follow Itpd 9/20 and last In advance, 9646020. Itchg'MOBILE .
signs. old. Great
room w/flreplece. Camp fenced.
173.3454.3/29 tfn YOU PICKMuscadines
BRAND NEW BR, 2 lA,14'tV REDMAN
HOME 2 Qft with explando Assum.
living
mtg.
5.10 ACRE LOTS n.ar Lawtey on Road MOBILE NOME. fum.
123. Call 964-4983. B/16 tfn CARS & TRUCKS room. $200/mo., Jst and last months landscaped SffxIlS Completely wooded lot. Just on QUIET LIVING{ 3 BR, IV BA. Located at 1320 $ear.

BY OWNERi' 20 Plus 'cr... Good rent. $150 sec. dep. Call after,6 p.m.,.:'"' move in. 27900. Liberal financing. In. & ScuppernongsLook Ing St. CI w/epprox. 1700 sq. ft.

pasture. Small woodland area. Stocked 'W LINCOLN 4.doo r. Signature series. 964-6054. 9/13 2tchg 9/20 ". .terlachen 22 ml. E. of Gainesville. For Signs THINK COUNTRY Converted OW on to A. fenced
fish pond. %4.8738.9/06 4tchg 9/27 Like new 413.2211.0/30 tfn ,FURNISHED 3 ROOM APARTMENTl._,'.'r Muriel J. Hole Lie. Broker. Toll free 'lend. Grow veg. on cleared 2.5 A. 3 .It, 1% BA
AISOLUTI AUCTION) Waterfront lots GOVERNMENT SURPLUS CARS AND Suitable for, one working person. !Part 11 1/800/2"5-585, <'can1 ) LILLY'S VINEYARD w/scrn'd back porch. Patio and Utll. rm. 35000.
t Just Dunn's Creek (connecting St. TRUCKS under $100. Now available In ..of utilities furnishedNo Hn children: *,or '. ., ft GOURD MUSEUM '.4 BR STUCCO Has sep. apartment On 1.. Ac.
UV.
Johns River I In Crescent Lake! ).Sotur.y .your .ar_. Call 1-((619))-569.0211 24 NICE pets.3 961.5164.9/13 BR MOBILE HOMES Convenient ?f,,) DOWN ..... Estate settlement Was ....000. Now $"0.000.
day. Sept/)0,3-: ,) ; 11m"Cnly.s809j! ,." "r,9/06 3tpd 9/20' n > '" t' N < OL '. N\2'\ BR. wlGard.n, : ..". WUV,!HOME INj Jlflftlft NW 7$1hAv2AcSPIAL000 : :
down, 10 yedrp all: "/ 3.41, out 4 "?" c' CHEVY IMPAUU .it-door, I.33O re'461.6BIOr'u ihoFpinp! .I ;can Wear: .LprN.S J 3W9YMOIILI "U N3 I tub bay' window. 'P01, 98\.9t. H"2 m.O ,*?..ner fin. 20% dn.. 12X for U i ..
the 1.800 Sports.432-7085.section-or B.n !call toll free,, engine Inside and outside In'good'' con H MrL (;,. l frli'fi.'l( .p;ZclF tr'r'J 1I.'rlg:; ('etc Aum6'IS ..-. 'fIo12Mf.. .0 on.1)< COMPLETELY RENOVATED! Cozy..brick stucceriw"Rd.
Camp.n Auctions dition. Good tires and new battery. 9/20' I monthly $165.7. 659-2121 230A. 3 BR, 1 BA. CHA.
r' Inc. Lie. Realtor Broker. Itchg 9/20 964-8816. Itpd. pmtu Beautifully decorated. I
964.6528.9/13 tfn w/GPproved credit a ; nMMHMBNsBBi mmfRmiB&nmmtK SECLUDED, CHARMING! Only 4 ,., old. 3-story, 5 I
OCALA NATIONAL y
FOREST High and '
112 FORD F-100 TRUCK Excellent cond. ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTl '
..mall BR, ''A BA,
q d.llv.ry charge. CHBA. seperate office In limit.,fishpond I
dry wooded lot. Suitable for mobile city
Asking $3800.Call after' 9:00, 9646238. 403 N. Walnut St. Stark. t
home, cabin or camping. $4950.0, 9/13 tfn 96/-5216. Itpd 9/20 Mr lull.r.11E VACUUM on 7 acres. Have to see to believe $100,000. t
w/lSO dn., $63.14/mo. Exe. huntingand NICE ACREAGE Great pric.-20 plus acres located '
76 IUICK CENTURVi V-6 auto powersteering TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX APARTMENTS \1\\
fishing. Owner 904-236-4579 or and brak. AM/FM radio. Unfurnished Kitchen and utilities pro SALENEW on Morgan Rd. 3 wells, 2 sep tank., sm. barn *

9046222438., 920tpd 10/11 Asking $2,000.964.7138. Itpd 920IS vided. $263/mo-i $100 sec. dep. Ph. FOR SALE OR RENT & USEDWe teolshed. Can be divided $27,000 ea.or $50.000 all.
IT TRUE you can buy jeeps for $44 964-8224 after 9 p.m. Itpd 9/20 REDUCED TO $34.900-642 N, Walnut St. Approx.
WANTEDAXLES through the U.S. Government?Get the' LOG SPUTTER $30 pen day or $..50 p.r' 1\ Finance Our Own 2010 sq. ft. :3 I., 2 BA Spacious family ream.
facts todayl! Call 1-312-742-1142 ext. hour. Call 964-6974. Itpd 9/20 Will SELl OR LEASE 2 lit' 2 IA 64x14 KIRBYS 708 W. CALL ST Only $35,0001 Beautifully op-
609. 9/20 EOW 1101MOBILE 2 BR DUPLEX APARTMENT Unfurnished. Mobile home Unfurnished kitchen ROYALS pointed 2 BR super living and dining rooms. Plus 2
4 TIRES Two axles and four tlr... Kitchen appliances and utilities provided. .. equip., central heat and air, 8 ml.S. of enclosed parches. Cosy kitchen. Separate
Highest price paid. Green's Welding $223/mo.f $100 sec. dep. Call Starke on SR-100.$'l85 per ma., 1st and EUREKAS NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn PA"Ac.garage.
HOMES located
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Shop. 301 South Starke, Fl. 964-9007. last and tfn HOOVERS
11/03tfnchg 964-8224 after S p.m.l1lpd 9/20 damage,1.797.1927.9/13 Roberts Rd. off Rd. 1*. 3 BR, 2 BA. CUBA Carport.
FOR SALE 2 BEDROOM) Air and heat furnished. ELECTROLUX BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean
5'yr.
WANTED PEOPLE who lose old,2
want to '
30.50 pound. on natural food products. $200 per month. 964-7047." 9/13 2tchg FILTER QUEENS BR, IVt BA. CH/A.;Double carport on 3 Ac.'

And share In company profits. Call SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. 9/20 SEARS . .
Out of Pawn
((904)) 266-4318 for appointment. 8/30 301 N. Starke. 964-4414 or 9644778. : COMMERCIALWe IVINIHOS

4tpd 9/20 Come 4/26 tfn out and check out the bargains. z"; "Q llty'' 1': '-Pescom Forth.J.w.IryMak.r Miniature ''Welding Torch* repair all makes: I JOHN TOMMY tAVI.N 0.OA.TAIN OUTLAW...._.UI'M4 ts4.a1.I4H MVwa,MAXINI.OOTH ctaa$ l0000;,Met 4..1./1 t4W4M 414


Avt. ntosilin;;; ," Complete with. tank..- -and- S tips' .. AI Young's t WAYNS Nova WAllO..........47451......_....._..q __rAY.. MUUN$M1.twt __
5 0 g :$ICO.UV --0. ANarosot t

a TAR K E RADIATOR I ( ]t We. Clean, Cart,, Trucks, i n Reget pre-standard' $19.00 pipe Vice 964-6918 Since 1957 .

& All RVs.
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Type -30 Lb. LP tank with valve I .
; Fr..Plck.Up $18.00 3 Miles north ofHale A
& AUTOMATIC TRANS. .
Free.Delivery ., -Oullerpreov.stl'
Come by Lake CheVy-Olds, ask .for. $30.00 : :
I Steve or Ella norcall. "'
SERVICE
782-3931 301"AWNSHO and Associates'
North 301, LOWf.
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a'-I' 964-6810 '. .Real Estate. Inc. ,,; '1

Subscribe Today C C : Located Corner of SR-121' ," '
t;, Corner of SR. ''16 & US 301 BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH ,' $OY4 & SR-18 Worlhinqtort Springs '

We Do General Automotive Repairs I 964-6305 [ MiniStorageHwy301.outhStarke I flOur. 0 496-3939 4623068t* "' .

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Subscribe. I Calf 9444J05PINE Monies % ML!,el Shopping Center' 1 ', "Specializing .In\Farms.\ .':; .> :.:;. : :;

Chimney Fires and 'Acreage Building or, Mobile Home Lots?

I FORESTAPARTMENTS, Arc Hom.Flr.HasardeA Among the Top 10. III:: "_.9646020DoItYour... .; 93OO down '72* per month 'l'. .}

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Dirty Chimney
Also Causes Now Renting Mini Warehouse,
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Heat lossSmokeFilled r .- ... '
Rooms 'Check Our Rates j t

1-2 ft 3 ,Bedroom A A ts. $.lf,.And Sdv -
Protect your horn., 1-- -- New Listings
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From *15O" to !297" And Family! i 1.y' '$. $' -- :,
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213 Bedrooms Available Now | Safe Chimney' Plumbing SuppliesFronJJ : .

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Calls' 9o4f27fBlankonshlp ,
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l..r\ pfeoM 984-8312 ijsitcBJB : ; < .. '
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B B RJ< B BBJBJBJBJBJBJBJERBJi|I Pump & \ w HilfllHO :

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Paul's LONG HAMP.HOMES?; Supply Co.I ,r Whole House es ; ;,
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i' Custom Archery ,INC. I .U.S. Ml N.-M4 N. Tempi* 1:96 i: (.-7061Ooo J Carpet Dyed (19 11.112)0.) .:.. 4. rdr'dr':44' '" ';' ',i..v: II I.i 8. :
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*3 Bedroom '-, ((3ef. 8 Chair) y. ... . t tI tOJ
Brick Veneer -
HomeLJV4 .
Complete Equipment t Delighted Pay"
Berth CHI A Don't.
Sales : ; Carport; Utility Room I PorWot.rH..rs'tin :' ,
ag ', rp' o'. Serving Bradford &. Union Co. and
Custom FletchlngjPrecision On Your.Lot Water Pumps: ; surrouttfiM areas j' .

:, Tuning Starting At v a A..OtfMtoS. 'FloridaBCarpet.t Cloanin:tr.Dye 'Co. ;{

Much, Much Morel' w88lONAL ( IM 7TRrTii.uTri _T.

So..before you buy" give us a eolli, $34,500i I ,SERVfCtS OFFERE D ;{! r

Be that accomplished bow hunter*' ,. I ,,\ \> D.r.w.I ilw.adq. WELLS _d 1leN11115j......iq'MFII" m.dydnp. M ... II'WIt'.spot; fwofsw0 /
A dream come true Is '. sg..
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SHALLOW AND DEEP Will PUMPS PVC' JUST COMPLETED? 3 BR. 7 bath In MANATEB 14x65.
HOME t
KEYSTONI FULL BUILDING OF ITEMS.... Used 1977 MOBIll -
RIALTYIEALTOI HEIGHTS NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE?: Call clothing towels, tool, canoe, dump pipe and lilting Water oftener. Keystone Club Estate. Heat pump BR/2 both; Central. H/A Co furnace, i

Chuck Sanerwhlte, State Form Insurance 3 hitch, disc harrow.antique .' Bryon Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgt., ,garage, many extra Near golf n.v.rlied., Penny farm, 93-9604
Rental trailer ,
Prop.rty Available plow pt. "7 .4006 9/24 tfnchg course. See to .appreciate By owner .
Lawrence Blvd.
Keystone 8/30-9/27( ,
ZONED FOR BUSINESS C.ntrallocatlon *, book, furniture many other, 9/6.9/20 4tchg ;
'. on HWY21. 850: .q.ft., $300 per mo. Height 413.1272.7/19 tfn Item. FrI.end Sat. at North Florida AMWAY. PRODUCTS Call to place your 11 479-2998 1/2 ASSUMABLl 3tpd MORT. ,Keystone OQU.LI-WIIt DELUXE' mobile ham, .
order Nutrllll
NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck *'Vitamin, *. Need extra 2 BR 2 bath, central air' and .lec'r,11i
WHITI SANDS LAKE, 2BR .I BA, CB Christian Service Camp located on Income? Call for detail. Club Estate 2 BR I '/2, bath
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house, tcreened porch, garog. $329 SotterwhlState Form Insurance, Lake, Johnson See signs, 4732000. 473-36719/10 norwegian brick greatroom. laundry heat double lot. landscaped pool cart. ,
Lawrence Blvd. tfnchg 2 outside building. PostmastertVillage
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Keystone Height, llpd 9/20 port
mo. fenced
SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2'/4 miles room porch, garage, cypress
173.7272.1/19 tfn FAMILY PORCH SALE_ 21.22. Must !pee to oppsciot!* .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 Sept
REALTY
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back walk $46,900
yard ta golf course.
of ,
east Metros Azalea tale, :SO
cent
PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete Hallman ,Road off west" SR-100, 175.13931fpd 9/20 ; )
Realtor 473-4941 ?
each; tS limit. 475-1639 Blfttfneha.GRAPES with $".$00 down 473-2938 *ve*. on ,(" ..p
6/21' tfnchgtGATORIONE lawn core and maintenance. Keystone Height*.1 tpd 9/20 YOU PICK light and Dark weekend 9/13 tfnchg .. a :t \ J_,.:," .,'
Commercial or residential. Free ,_ FAMILY GARAGE SALE- Frl. and Sot and 'I,:;
Both factory '
longnecker take SR-26 2 mile east of / ACRES 28ft, 2 room foiSALE''I': j jIY
LAKE- 2BR air gaiheat, estimates. 475.2197 evening 8/02 tfn Sept 21.22 9a.m. 4 p.m. HWY Ml', then North I 3/4 mile. See 2 addition. All with new roof over, all HOMES ; I d.

wood .stove; 24x24 great room. large PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS) Age 612. Housewares, furniture, clothing sign Front Melrota 4'mile* west therI electric central heat and air cellingfans '
porch on 3/4 acre. $335 per mo., first "".2633, 9/20 2tchg 9/27 knickknacks loveable free kl"."' *. 3/" mile north. Open Monday ">. tide by side with Ice and water, *.. *'!M
'I last and deposit I.694.30879/6tfnchg On. mile west of Melrote off SR-26 on dishwasher soft T.V. lower{ solar hot OWNIRt 3 BR. \fl'> BA \'A\ 'VrsJ'old. i;,
Saturday 8 '
a.m. 6 p.m.. Sunday 2:30 *
Dogwood Lana, 2nd ,haul on left. CH&A'1n' Cloy County. Beautiful 1 oe '
.: COZY 2 BR- house In North Keystone MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS '6:30. 475.1 151 473-2702 tfnchg 8/23 water utility building pole building *
n Completely refurbished. $225 per 1tchn9/20 HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec patio and carport, fenced and fruit tree covered lot. fenced backyard
"i ,month plus deposit. Call after 6 p.m. SATS and SUN 12-5- Corner tlon plus organ music$999. Call tree. 39,900 with 10,000, down at 12'' deck. $48,900. Call' 479-7273 or
475.2803.9/20 ANONYMOUS Closed Pecan and Lawrence Blvd. Books, 1.259.2138.9/20115
tfnchg 39,900 cash. Call 473-7139
473-2210 or :
weekday 473-464 percent
or
1.14' PT. MOBILE HOME 2BR 1 Bath meeting Monday 8 p.m. Open clothes household items. Itpd 9/20 I
pare weekend for appointment to .... tin on Gustafson Road. 2tpd 9/13-9/20, ''
'1' dolly furnished quiet location on. meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alanon. Mon. SAT. '.22- 8:30 a.m. SR-100 East to :J.C PENNEY CO "I; ," ;,, ..
Cv "small child allowed. $200 per month. day 1 p.m. All meeting at Educational SR-214 ond HvtchUon Rood. Big Sept. custom '" "'. ,J&, I !j
decorating! ale.. Up to :90 percent off, : ; -. '"lr.
JwColl 473.2041. 2tchg 9/20-9/27 Building Community Church 473-2790 Postmasters Village. Itchg 920CARS.TRUCKS f!
!i.: or 479.2130. tfnchg cuttom: drape, bedspread, carpet ij
1IiJ' BEDROOM COTTAGEEnclosed vertical blln. Call 1.721.2820 and ok ." '1"
V'porch, furnished on Lok. Johnson, Call OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. duel, for Joyce McG. 3tchg 9/13.9/27 1 ; ty -473-2000. Itpd 9/20 fee or weigh In*. Open meeting 1979 BRONCO 400 C.I.. loaded. Asking Es.el Lras },}!
Tueiay'i, 7:30 p.m. Community Church o. BOATS Curies Cycles{:
djNEW 14x72 2 BR TRAILER With sunken Educational Building, Keystone <6200. 473-7738 Itpd 9/20 : w

S both plus 1V4 bathroom, all oppllance Height 4732790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg 1914 BASSTRACKER 28 ft. float boat SO
Highway Stork ,
!It- 301 $. "'
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1910 PINTO STATIONWAOON Low !
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Included h.pl Mercury, trailer, many extra*, .
> washer/dryer AC PAC RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture ., .
f>.furnished with exception of couch. Call appliances, household items. mileage, excellent 9/13-9/20 condition. Call $12,000 Call 473.7760 and leave o '. .. V* .!",
;o after 3:00,96.4.106.: Saturday and Sun. collectable, glassware, old jewerly 473.7962.2tchg menage. Itpd 9/20 )
1981 FORD STATION WAGON full size, It INCH RATTAN COUCH- Usttd Motorcycle Sates '" r
foam rubber :
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> day all day. 9/13 tfn tool, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 1 ., I
3 seats, air, cruise, tilt wheel PS P8.outomalc 'cushion 2 chair.
TOUR ( Dining room suitetable Consignment Sal I
ISRAEL. 10 day. First class very .s '!o" \ h"k ?, ,
overdrive; 22.24 mpg, new 4 chair and china cabinet.
reasonable reliable, Christian ; .' .. '
;* group. tire, broke. $9.800 Call 4732784. Ladles golf club and bog. Smith Corona Go-Carts .4.Wh..l.ri' ,'l//Vr i ,n
Ocala 1.546.2167
WANTEDi'ROWNII or 1-622-9700, 2tpd ( ,' ),
2tchg 9/13.9/20 portable typewriter Excercycl, ,
B/23.9/2O ,\Mtifr1., ', xW, r'
leatherette choir and ottoman. Itpd ,
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UNIFORMS Anyone having a ...._ -=. ,...... .
TWO TWIN REDSt: Mattresses c.oC. .
Brownie uniform ......_ c 7., \
that I I. no longer In. wee" w.o" box: springs and frames. Ingaodcondition. Now Taking Layaways ; .
use, please call Barbara Wlckham. Subscribe Today I p4 '
B \\ : For Trampollnos 3
9/20
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473.23671tpd / '. i
473-2529 Our Brownie can ue them. LAKE REGION MONITOR a.kin n' try
Itpd 9/20 Tha& Or hop RADIANT 36 ICEROIU -- heater, 9,600 ,-t1o'f"' Go-Carts ',t' ',:,IAc ,;

PIANO NEEDED at Sonshlne 0Inn 4732210Starke WC: BUY SNAKES .BTU'. A-l condition $100 firm. 14 ft, For Christmas .,." ." ,.
( fiber boat with trailer Both ,.,
gloss In .
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'.' Doycare If you Would Ilk. to donate or JTfttft WITH
1. sell cheap please call Elaine Gouln _WOODY..._MOeUOM Hrk t.-_"ft.,**._'''' good condition. $490: firm. 4737140

evening Itchg 9/20 ,', .
.,' 4752145...Itchg 9/20 AdsFOR
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NOTICE
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'CLASSIFIED'r ADVERTISING should" be sub SALE. FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTEDA HELP WANTED

.< milted to the Lake Region Monitor office .
In writing and paid In advance TWO CHICKEN NOUSES 30x900 for sole 12x6.MOBILi HOME High ceiling and REDBONE COON HOUND female pup- SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE NON-PRIOR AND PRIOR SERVICE PERSONS

unless credit I I. already establishedwith on Criffl Loop. Call 9647893. 9/13 roomy Bedroom and both on each, pie <(5)). Three month old $100 each MANAGEMENT position In Maccl.nny.God !. WANTED The Florida Air National ..

this office.MONITOR 2tchg 920UPRIGHT end, New carpel. $5700. Call 9647138. 96401302.9/13 2tchg 9/20 starting alary, AC,2 BR apt. In. I Guard I It now recruiting for the
STAFF 'CANNOT BE HELD 1 Itpd 920TRAVEL THE 'CITY OF LAWTEY I* accepting bid cluded. House In*. Plan available Additional 202 C.i.G. Sq located at Camp Blan-

RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN TRAILER Self contained. Sleep; ',far 4 compactor garbage truck. It may fringe benefit. Call,1-466-3534. ding. These or. port-time Military positions '' "
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 6. Nomad 25 ft. Very good condition. be een at the lewtey Compound. The forlntervlew, 7/05 tfn 'In the Civil Engineer Field For information *
.' THE TELEPHONE. FREEZER 19 cu. ft: one year Also, Amono refrigerator, 22 cu, ft.i City reserve the right to' refuse any ar THE CITY OF LAWTIY I I. taking opplicalions about the Best +

"' Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon old. Asking $275. Phone 782-3327 white:.clean, very good: condition with all bd| *. Bid should be enl tot City of ,for part-time office nelp. ,Requirement America, contact TSG Carl parttlIGb"In Sievers| at i

prior to Thursday publication. tchg 920MOVINO Ice Maker. 9648816. Itpd 9/20 lawtey P.O. Drawer O,, lawtey PL are: high school grduote.some 90/-533.2268.9/20 2tpd 9/27 ''t, >-:'
TUESDAY 1977 Monte Carlo, COLOR TV $99 and Next Starke 32998. died mower and..ports of :
Minimum charge I I. 1 15 word for $2.75. up. to knowledge of typing bookkeep LEGAL SECRETARY Experienced ., ;?'
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then factory air. cruise control. power seats Truck Stop, south of Starka. 9648212. mower for ode at lewtey Compound. -
10 cent for each word thereafter ing, and filing. Send resume to: City of red. 473.7667 1.3 .m. M.F. .
.. 0 p Except
and window tilt steering, many 11/24.tfn 9/13 Jtchg 9/20 ,
Lawtey PO. Drawer G, Lawtey. Fl Wed: 9/20 "'",'. x' .'
PERSONAL SERVICES tra, $1550: firm. Sear Shed: real nice 2 MOBILE, HOME SUPPLIESi Window 32 FT.; TRAVEL TRAILER Ch mplon. First 32058. These must be received. by;Sept DENTAL Itchg {
RECEPTIONIST. OFFICE
month old. Sold for $299.95.: Will tell door, plumbing and ales supplier; $4500 cash Firm 964.6020. Itchg 9/20 27, 1981.9/132tch99/20 .
MANAGER for
office. >
busy Dental
for $235 Including plywood off ground also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER I 26 PT. CONCORD TRAVEL TRAlLERi Fifth EARN UP TO $609 PER WIEK) At home needed. 3760566'20 ex.perlence

(CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work floor. Call 4681765. Itpd 9/20 mile South of Starka. 3/01"tfn wheel $2,995. 080. Can be seen atOlln' Detail, send *el-addresed( envelope 9/27 I 2tchg.

kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry; COWS Two bull, one heifer. 1974 SMALL FARM TA Acre; two tractor. Mobile Home Sale*. ,,Hwy 100 to M.S... Dept 1 I. P.O. Box 1513 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for Meat'

,' Reasonable price Coll 473.4018 after Dodge Ram 4x4.. Call 9647072. Itpd Large house, duplex Vt remodeled.Also Stark. 964-9606.! Itchg 9/20, Keystone Height, FL 32656. Itchg 9/20 Cutter Apply In between 2 andS
'!' 5 9/20 commercial slicer and USED COKE MACHINES Coed condition. S person
:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg meat sow EXCEPTIONAL SALES CAREER OPPORTUNITY Western Steer
:CARPEt AND VINYli Repair and In. 1971 GRAND PRIX PONTIACs PS, PB. AC. electric scale $900. Call by appointment column can vendor B 8 M Stort.r t We are electing person who'or. I tchg 920NEIDEDi Steakhouse Storke.

spoliations. Free estimate Ten year 40,000 mile $2575. Call 7823110. only. 9645986. Itpd 9/20 Generator Ph.. 964-9274. Itchg 9(20 interested In becoming independent Carrier
Itchg 9/20 TWO UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS 1979 BUICK SKYHAWKl With 1984 motor. for morning paper .
"" .xp.rience.Cell 473 4217 and ask for Practicallynew sale/ agent for fast moving pro rout., Lake ,
i q' Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 197S FORD XLTI Camper Special truck, will make Into a bed. T.H. Be- 'Con be seen at 368 N. Cherry.. St.,.Ptv, duct In this area and surrounding Klrgsley area telephone"and

'HANDYMAN..All kinds of home repair, PS automatic, tiding bock window f.ment 1321 Bradford Dt>{ Stark. Phone 964.6957..ltpd ,. ,.counties Whether you're looking for a dependable.' transportation required. ,?
.' mobllehome r.palrs. and fix-up n.eds. runt good:$1490. Call 782.3110. Itchg evening after 6 p.m. or before 10 a.m."' REGISTERED ANGUS BUllJ $800. Call progressive growth oriented company 964-9169 Equal Florida Opportunity Time Union Employer, Itchg/, .

.),IIIa- lob too small. Minor plumbing 9/20 Ilchg9/20 964-8414 after 6 p.m. 92O'tpd 9/27 ,to'grow,and develop' with or 'limply 9/20 ,

i repairs. Cleaning service.. Lp.IIt.IO'lI.! : l. 3 BR FRAME HOUSE 2.7 acre, fish pond. 83 BASS BOAT Low hours' equip I ." excellent 23" TV CONS"' "LI.-Ca',,,., .'1 782'l.592'tJtnd"; \ ',14M d ;Ile a .01...car_ that, will easily, RN POSITIONAVAILABIEt'Dvq tq'n.w;
a" .Jv,43 l large plcahtr..*, north! of Stake.en'$35,000lShclINhings"HHITlk condition $4500. Call 9/20 ,
"g. 'S61hlav 289.0485V'I ] .., _Generate In of$39.000 I
17 tfncht..Y 07 '0' S; e o<;bf: ,i'll'' + .'ekdIdtu' orl.) 9.9B9i Ilthg 9/--lw' vorf, dul "J" CHEST 1YPi511ES1RI"Jia4l6 1 t\ \\r.; 'r),U3?! ,OAVear. check earning IMC but.excess T.hW.TfotlorYoP".N.-''( addl\perlence\_, Evening! MtvtGerlofrlc', .ex:,- Err' ..J{,:.

I INTINOr e, J..I/ft..rot.I / .' llid i a' !II'e'erenao. I v il1JB6.9189.'Itpd 9/20 "" 'Y ADOPTION DOLLSt Completely dressed. Clean Imperfect, running" order $200 company i I" leader rri( its field and' *. Ph.preferred.9646220.Accepting application i
)' $30. Beautiful' mermaids and ,or will trade for anything of equal Whispering Pine.'Care
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WASHER < DRYERi Co stove and two Raggedy need aggressive s.lf-"art.". Full or Center 920PERSONAL
HOUSES HOARDEDreasonable Ann' from SIS to value. to trade for horse. ttchg
; small heater 964-9989 '' $39. Clown and |jr r Willing part-time employment choose your
Itch
''Call, ,473-2730 Itchg 9/20 9/20 gas ph. ; ) ,, other: rag doll. $5 downy, $5 p.r week;' 468-2943 afler..:3O pm.,,ttchg 9/20 own hour. Call Dick Maloney/ at .

I 1974 TOYOTA CORONA SR Si $500. ph. layaway! for Christmas, Mary Brown DICTAPHONE Good condition. $50.. 964-7600 an Sunday. Sept, 23 after ta.m. SERVICES ; -, ,
Trailer Pork 1 block S. 'of 301 Drive-In 9645733. Itpd 9/20. .
9/20
964-4324.: Itpd 9/20 Itpd eel H BM-MMI-MMee** ** *B a *J J *Je **aj If
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Theatre. 9/20 1979 JAMBOREE RV 24 foot AC PS. PB. k
t; Subscribe I l' Itchg
4x4 w/roll bars condition.
77 FORD ,
good
FULL BED SPRINGS AND MATTRESS( $40, Crul,., control, gas ,stove, O 'I.lec. MISCELLANEOUS ,, SEWING MACHINE IIPl'litIDI'
$3500. final. Ph. 9645180. 9/20
l '/11 !two twin _bed( complete $30 each. ,refrlg Asking $17,900. Call 9646929. .. makes cleaned oiled and adjusted .,
:.___ 2tchg 9/27 \ '
: II 5. Work guaranteed. Jome"
r -- Highway 16 w., i mile Whit. rouse Itpd 9/20 I
NOW N past Irene' Beauty ;'Shoo Itpd 9/20 ir 1971 ANCHORCRAF1 BOAT with 140 FREE KITTENS) 8 weeks old. 3 black one Strickland corner Morgan !Rd. and y

\ Waldo Stamp & Coin Mercury. 964-9636. Itchg 9/20 white. Mother I I. Siamese Call Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/" tfn r
Shop
12' FT. FIBERGLASS FISHING I ,BOAVt, 964.8237,,after S.p.m. .and weekend CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed. Free
Next to Waldo Polka Bradford Road '
Station County Deportme Needs estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co.
some work $89; Minn Koto electric 9/20 2tchg 9/27
u", ', Bargain Stomp Safe*. Coins ] Ha Immediate opening |lob' opening;' for ;a motor $ .-" Garcia flht locator. Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8959,3/29.. .
Guns 4 Pawn qualified ,experienced .' tin ,,. r
,- Mon.-Frl.. heavy equipmentoperator $40;' tilt lounger w/ottamarf, $35; 'StJbscrlbol'In -
'j,: 10.6 Sat 8 Sun. I-6 P.M. for: Bulldozer, Grader Front End Loader good condition, desk large, fold top : MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King sire. ",

Woldo. Florida' and other varied operational 1 skill. ,,,.,?,,.,? I Iso: two old trunk. $35 aach- chair Also hove quilt/ for sole. Assorted

Application will be accepted from 7,30; AM -4, 00 $29;; gun rack $10. Ph. 4681340 after. 6. Stark; : .lie*-and design. Betty Hildebrand. .
-, PM at 812-B North Grand/{ Street' September* lit.", 1tc" 9/20 ColiMor f.iRENTAIViOVl ',,964.8122. 6/21 ,itnchg ,'Ii'. '.'

'13-Septembe. 1984. ''i 18 I.quotOpportunity l > -f 064.6305 WANT TO DRINK '", ,
E, THAr1 YOUR 1USINESSWANTTOSTOPt J C
Employer1FOR
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THAT'S OURS i
(i LEASE 712-3172 Uwtoyllmorock SS Alcoholic Anonymous ,'Si($ ,i ...

t AEAllpn' Janet,M. ; 'ORSALI.Brand : Hg,'or Sm> Loads* ,: 'I l .964-41SO-964-6894-964-S434' '''' "
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new 1985 Mobil Light Dozer Sorvlco*' -11. TONITE 12": r',,' FAMILY ALANON T..** >
GROUP
Starling, Wome.' 2 BR, i'hs BA.CH4A. y y ., ..7.e..eesss.es a oee. .,'' '''.621 '::. '

JANE S. USHER Roaltor Completely furnished :', 0 "d thrv 1114BACK
All ready 'o setup
TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE

2S-10 Ac.: $2,000 per on your lot. i Stark t Krton Halght' Coll IK longley.; 964.:5010. 8/30 tfn '

Your Union County, Rector .S 'Ac.; Pv'd. frntg. Call 533-2090; Ara TYPING/WORD PROCESSING don in my
496-2126 or 496-2903 For appointment AskTor home. Fluent In medical terminology.
12500. The Golnesvllle I. for someone
Charlie Parliament. Sun I looking with
360 W.Main St.,Lake. Butler .20 Ac.: Cov'd In pine IIttl. need No Job ,loo, large or too small. Day
extra time and far additional
Owner will finance: o a monthly 782 3239
e:50: Ac.: $50.000.STATELY : l' /evening 712.3793. 8/30. .atpd'I
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Income become '
to
on early ,morning motor, 'I 9/20 >
OLDER HOME; route carrier 'In the $tD k.. and.Keystone HNRhtsResponsibilities WILL BABYSIT from .
WEEKDAYS 6:30
Real Estate. 2 ; : a m.;
3 BR. BA 45000. live
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Broadway area*, j 1'' ." I. to 600 p..... Teresa Meng/461.1399. .
REMOTE QUIET SET- TREE SERVICE; Include dally delivery' and mon ,, 9113..pd 10/04 ...' ,<'
The BR. 2 BA, $37.730: ,
Best 'TING:2
InV,8stme"tYou'll : thly collection: A reliable vehicle with a bock-up BABYSITTER WANTEDr3 day per_.k'. ,,y*(
14 Ac.| 1.750: per oe.. Removal and a $200 refundable cash bond deposit, are. 6:25 a.m. to 8 o.m.j must take child to ,
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Ever Make :3 BR,. 2 .BA: Country, o. '
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'* Trimming necessary school. Phone 964-4792. 9/13 2tchg ,li,
25500. Sa. If you or tameone you know hove a little extra 9/20 I
.FEED STORE, 45000. *Stump' Removal time each day or a need for extra monthly in. NEED A SITTER? I I. keep 'children In my b

FOR SALE: LIQUOR STORE FirewoodW came/cat! One McElroy 'at! 964-8170 today 'lama Mon.-Fri. My address I is 612 N. N''
AND LOUNGE Thompson' call 964 9882 .h for
*HOMES* Free Estimate or : .o rl
SERVICE STATION Don't Barbara, llpd 9/20 ..
BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE BRICK HOME one 3 $40.000 473.4732 hang STARK LAWN SERVICE Call'964.6346.Reasonable. .

(plus) ecre In *lake Butler. With SUPER location. .3 BR, $29.000) : After 5 P.M. ERA Tiff in & ;:Owens.. .Inc.J1 around'the house"doln'nothln Itpd '/20' to
i\(
Ideel forhome I'offIce"comblmtlanFronts Pov'd frontage BALLET H' CARPOOl WANTED from
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2 streets easy access for professional .;.u Keystone Heights ., Realtor Stark ta\'Gainesville an Thursday. ';;

or commercial. Ha' potential foe tncemeproduclng ((904)782.3931' Licensed ft Insured ; \._ Clot meet 3:30: to 430.: Call 9645071. ,!j
Formerly' FAUIKKM' REALTY 9/20 9/27 .' I'',
Investment, Call me and find out P.O. Drawer 2tchg
,,' how. For appointment anytime. shows JANE 3013.lowteyFLRILAN i' (Call NEED A BABYSITTER during the daytime? i
,'$. USHER. REALTOR "- f366-Hoin on lokefront j tJ l964T50 Call 7823136. Itchg 9/20 ': a...
."JUST THE RIGHT ,SIZU" .Beautiful country Breexeway;, Workshop:; 5ltNVtSTMSNTPROPERTIEll ,WILL;' DO' TRACTOR WORK John ',."

view from this hilltop farm with.13 acre Providence : dock, bootw/mot .r_. Price IsducedI low tottered offered mow.r,hom* I I. furnished. n 1""" y tilft'ct,..Acns.frem WlotI'tOP" i -nee i .. ,,' or too moll 9/201tpd 10/11 .J,'
0 # ..r,,. ',::141'... .. %iao p.m.' 9atur4ax9.l2Man LAWN NEED MOWING Shrub need \;
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Priced at $39,000.
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to qualified buyers. /; : : REALTY' ; ,
'.NEAR RMS' .. NEW LISTING..3 bedroom' brick. /368.6-Unlt Efficiency: '! pruning? Phone 964-4116. Itpd 920BILL'S ,"'.

home end 2 bedroom ;mobile horn n I ece. 964-7700 Apartment, Rental.' Room ; SAW SHOPS Complete sharpening ,
CENTER, ST. 4 unit and'1ft
rental excellent location
service.:circular hand
carbide, chain
Income-producing .' Don't Ave for ,expansion; S79.COO.. ; II'i'
393 N. Temple !
property poss ? come. ; in. mow** blade/ hollow ground and i
t this up .before you. see ,It, 'Vernle P. Odom Terms" 30, S ;' ;
.. A HWY house and 6 rental unit*. Excellent n.. balanced. Leave at,Jackson Building f
OLDIE BUT GOOOH..3-story: home In 'lake Rrok.r GRI /354-1 Ac. Ranchette.3: BR,
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com* 4 Supply In Stark. Keystone Height or t;
'Butler. Excellent location Over 2.000 *... ft. .... 1 It'A, Homo-Mint ondl- ';:'u; r .
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tlon. CHERRY ST.: complex.: Need remodeling, good lake Butler. TFNchg {J.
Pertlally'w/w carpet and CH&A..Need tender IN BUSINESS* .: S44.90O.Call ... Income: potential.. GLASS CUT TO ORDEXi Door, window, "i
love end c.... Owner willing ta d* minor 'PAYINGRINT1 oc see,' 'sii.i, 4 *WE HAVE SEVERAL HOUSES WITH" VERY GOOD OWNER etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY.

I .pell.nd else finance't)"qualified. buyer Call ,today o' ask! bedroom :2 bath home on FINANCING. ., 964-607Bv Order also/ taken In (eke .'}.!

Shown by appointment enly.ACREAGE. about property. 21.6 oc., Priced of $63.000. *GROCERY I GAS BUSINESS" .' Reported good 1 Income. I 1WAN Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone. ?,'
PRICE REDUCED Term availoM. tED Height. 473-4973.a/2 tfn \.
AUTO MECHANIC GARAGE. Nice D/W.Matxl Ham Ca -
.3 ACRESr Include pine*..*.....*. ..r,. oak. Atiium J 11V4% mtg. AC. ._ '

tree* and tobatce ""' .,Property en -SR 231. .... 3-4 BR. 2 BA !10m.. NICE LITTLE FAMILY RESTAURANT SLASH COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, 1:\

Sonia financing .lla..... Near< nchoole, AUTO 1AECNANiCGARAGt: With or.widsout'equip' : t
.10 ACRCSt large pin. tro.....Washington' 'Set* ion m.np ; RiNT/LEAS ;
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.Ing area Owner will finance! at 1111+, ,S..I, .'!2ened trailer', ..- HAMPTON.V3' : ,.M. 2 RA,}Item CHI appro. 9 <*./with I NNECONES ; r J

dawn payment. '" (.Kent 'Iinti. pond ,OFJMCB. SPACIt Upstairs at $I comer of",
.Ite: A/eRMt/ Swear "hunting .,.... Prtae reduce .4PW .. ,.. I.... Cer* "\ .. .. .......,.ior..., 0' ,Call ,,and Thompson Street Newly
ed. Owienr flnaitclnfj1 River fr...txj*. >,OBB is,. i __,' : '' ... .... .... PAY c I ,remodeled.. Freeman."
: .,,\ : .$I.*,.and" take over. ,existing mtg. *n 2 BR.; 1 BACBhome. 3i60. Register,, lit., t'"
road trenteg. 4< vRENTALS" CXkoMmei. I' .... "
: ,. :
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0111..c. Graham.TraMewCatt Calf for Reel ..... CORNER OP CAM A ,'THOMP.OM
near tfMMIT u* f wur Etat. "nd end de.lre .W heM
.3 Bedroom i lama en T_roo Fenced k. .,...., Finncb s IImk.. .. '. -r..nn'-.. J.L;, "WATIftS' STRUTS 2.lory .*.... W/37OO sq. ft.,j1 j1NW t

trail' tree..Cent. H8A Out of town. .. ...... ..n.' each floor Will divide "into Nap market:
A88OOATH
.3 Bedreem 1W .......".In (1ewn..Shaw SubdivK '' ,.1fIIitt; 11' ,1 : : !* FtoM. slafl or.1 on*:,yjItW.-, ,ClydvW.Slmp .\
010.. '" IRENE FAUNNm9. '4-Sle! UMM FAULNMM 944.4141l0U ] n., 1119 Swnett Bonk RulWtna.Jock.onvlll ,. ..:.,'

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II Man: :Killed Keystone Accident Not Drunk, Autopsy I Say t." '. '


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fractures and a bad cut on her head.A quoted witnesses who said they saw and (there were no skid marks from
back black 1984 GMC Jimmy crossed the
for pro-
he took a vehicle. Mrs. Heltzel applied
that
The medication
Gainesville man killed in a in the Erickson vehi- the black GMC Jimmy truck weaving
dead man center line and collided head-on witha passenger
blem. A friend of the it the brakes before the crash and was
two-vehicle accident east of Starkeon four-year-old Evan Erickson, across the center line as
that he had received a new 1966 Ford pickup heading toward cle, estimated to be traveling at 20 miles
SR-100 Monday,Sept. 10, was not reported muscle Heights. was also transported to a traveled toward Starke.
drunk, according to an autopsy per- prescription including a. Keystone Driver of the Ford Gainesville hospital. He was The accident occurred about 5:45: per hour at Impact.
formed by the state medical ex relaxer and pain medicine.The said.The black Jim Assistant principal Marsan Boyd
Keystone In stable condition In the the report
that of reportedly p.m.
aminer.A report did not confirm Dixon Heltzel, 46, at Lake Butler Middle School where
intensive unit at completely in the oppositelane
spokesman for the medical examiner' Erickson fell asleep while driving, Heights was transported by Shands pedlatric Hospital.The care my was when the impact occurred and Mrs. Heltzel teaches,told the school
office In Gainesville said but that is a possibility due to the helicopter to Alachua General estimated speed of 55 board Tuesday night that Mrs.
boy's mother said he was not traveling at an
taken the where she was listed in
medication he had Hospital Heltzel had broken hip and other
John Michael Erickson 31. had no Crum said. He a
condition the night of the seriously Injured and was released to 60 miles per hour,
blOOd said. guarded and would be out for an ex-
traces of alcohol in his stream. spokesman indicated that accident. Her condition was later from the hospital Sept. 14. said witnesses saw no brake lightson Injuries
a The indicated that ,he had The report also crash tended time.
before the
traces report of drugs 'consistent with Erickson died instantly when his upgraded to stable with multiple Starke patrolman David Crum the black Jimmy!



I: Union County Ads :: Man Attempts Suicide Penny, New InuesSpeculative Stocks Issues


FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT For a broker specializingin

-- -- LOOKING' FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF A 50-year-old Starke man remained to a report from the Bradford County the
t' TYPEWRITE AND ADDING WHY RENT Purchase compact 3 PROPERTY If I don't hove It. I'll find in critical condition in a Sheriffs Office.
MACHINES FOR Rf NTi Union County BDRM 2 BH home In Worthington It Just otk. JANE S. USHER Gainesville hospital Wednesdayafter He was transported to Alachuzt OTC
Tim., 150 Main Street Lak. Butler. Spring call 496-3939 or 4623068. REALTOR. 496.2126 or 496-2903,' he reportedly shot himself Sunday General Hospital where he is in Call Bob Barker
Phone 496-2261 for Information.TFN Hal. and At.ot. Real Estat.Inc.,, eve*. "Your Union County Realtor." night, Sept. 16. surgical intensive care.
FURNISHED MOBILI .HOMES 2 and 3 4-chg 9/6-9/29 William C. Ramey was at his ex- Ramey was arrested for burglaryand
BDRM, for long t.rm rental' Central MOTOR CYCLE- WO CB 12SS HONDA. INSURANCEMAINES wife's home waving a .22-caliber assault in August for allegedly ( Blinder.Robinson t Ca.lncJ
ht/alr. Clean. Playground. laun 4.000 mil.., windshield bockr.st.cargo when entering his ex-wife's residence and .. .. ... *
cond. In a threatening manner t it rack excellent $650 INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. pistol
dry. Near RMC, FSP BTU .tC. Carpools -
No pett. Phone 496-3366 In,, 080. Call 496-2398. 1-chg 9/13 Lake Avenue, lake Butler 496-3978. he put the gun to his head, according threatening her. All Florida'1-800-432-3342
lake Butler. 4-chg 8/23.9/13 DAVID MADLY WALKING TRACTOR Compl.t. Inturance Service. TFN.Skyline .
NEW MOBILE HOMI 2 Bdrm. 1 Bh, fur- Turn plow and cultivator HP $250., ....- H...., .- -i.
niched w/alr,located In Worthington Phon. 496.2874.1-pd 9/20 Iii ; -
Phone 496-3308. ufn ONAN 2500 WATT ELECTRIC START
r .Spring
r MOBILE HOME. Large yard. 10 X 14 GENERATOR Out of motor home LowBack Pain ., ABSOLUTE ".: ::/
pump home. Call 4962842. 2-chg $350. Phon.4962874. ( .,. '
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9/6 SEARS PORT-TA-POTY Never uted. .. elr .0:0-
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HOUSE 2 BDRM, 1 BH. w/large yard at $50. Phon. 4962874. 1-pd 9/20 ,e'at Tf' .. or/,.
ISO S.W. 5th A.... Lak. Butler $143 SMALL COUNTER REFRIGERATOR 110 010 "
p.r month. Security Depotl and volt$30. Phon.4962874. I-pd 9/20 TREATMENT OF:
Reference needed. Call 496-3087. 2 1967 1/2 TON TRUCK 6 Cly. $700.00.
-chg 913APARTMENT Phone 4311407. 1-pd 9/20 HEADACHESLOW I /
3 BDRM, with d.n; llvno GOOD USED CLOTHING ladies tlse
room kitchen, attic Ian, wood 10-14 nice telectlon. Pow.II'* BACK PAINS 9 South of
and/or gas heater, range and 496-3377. 1-pd 9/20 Y Just Off /
refrigerator. Term, negotiable TWO 10 SPEED BOYS 26" BIKES Uted NECK & ARM PAINS Palatka
496-3179. 9/20 on. month. Phon. 4962826. 1-chg ,
The the St. Johns River with Crescent Lake
MOBILE HOME 3 BDRM furnished 9/20 NUMBNESS & TINGLING artery connecting
heot/olr.lorg. yard. HWY frontog.. 1982 GMC SIS TRUCK Lik.n.w w/top- also access to Lake George and Lake Ocklawaha
no pet. Phon. 4962842. 1- per A.C., am/fm cattette V6. two-
ton. brown. Phon. 496-2321 day.
473-7213
YARD SALE 483-1064 evening. I-chg 9/20 Call Today CALLj .___ 4.__,__... e 4
PEAS U-pick $6.00 a bushel.! Furnish
own container letlie Whltehead Fee. ,ONLY $800.00'DOWN PMT. (WATERFRONT)
BACK YARD SALE Everyday till its all 496-2893. 1-chg 9/20 LOT
gon. Tool' gun and lot of 1983 PONTIAC FIREBIRD Good cond., ONLY $500.00 DOWN PMT.; ACCESS \ .
miscellaneous Item*Come and ee.. T.top. electronic tuning ttero. LOT } ,
e\\el" 10 YRS at 12% Interest!
On. mil. eat of Worthington Pot tpoller, automatic transmission ,Richard C.TuBer, D.C.
Office on HW 18 Breaker Rd. Phon. pow.r stsring/brak.s..I.ctric window : BINDER: 1/2/ of Down Payment or,$500.00 (whichever Is greater). ;
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4962338.1' Same '
496-3308. *. V-6 engine. Phone Day Emergency Appt.
THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. Sept. LOCATION: 2 miles South of San Mateo on Hwy '17.. turn east on ,
22. HWY 121 between Duke and HELP WANTED Complete Family Chiropractic HOrselanding Road, folj/aw.auction signs.
railroad overpass. red brick houe.look children
including
care
for *lgn*. 9/20 PROCESS MAIL' AT HOME! $75 p.r hundred INSPECTION: At your leisure. Salesmen on site from 9 am day of .' ;
A BIG' YARD SALE Sat.32.rain or thine No experience. Port or full Workers compensation and auction.' ,
lnldei,furnltur., clothing motorcycle time. Start Immdlot.ly. Detallttend "
Hondo 500 che.t drawer; *elf-addreted tamped auto injuries accepted.
dresser china cabinet and much CLIP Bring this ad and receive 5 extra tickets' lor our
this AD and SAVE
envelope to C.R.I. 6092. P.O. box -" .,
behind Most insurances accepted. WIN UP TO $5,000"! FREE CASH DRAWING.
Phon.496-2628 231
out
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mor. 3149 Stuart FL 33499. 9/13-10/4 Thl.I.ln.' only ouc.
Clark Meat Store, follow ilgn. SECRETARY TRAINEE NEEDED. Mutt .
type.See Keith Grlffi. Bulldog Truck TULlER CHIROPRACTIC: CENTER
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TRADE line NAPA store building, 675 SE 6th Lawrence Blvd..Keystone Heights, Fla. BEN CAMPEN AUCTIONEERS, INC. ur.
St. Lak.Butler. Phon.4962593.920 Fo/Mo.lnto; GAINESVILLE FLORIDA peN
2-chg Mon.-FrI. 8:30-6:00: / Weekends & Evenings 473-7894 TOLL FREE (911
In FL. 1-800-432-7085 Other States
1967 FORD 4-WHEEl DRIVE For a 3/4 1-800-874-6817 Broktr
ton long wheel 1 .bate.pick-up. Alto! a
IYf4 courier picn-up tor trade..rnone
431-1629 after 6:00 2-chg 920FPERSONAL.SERVICE&
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DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK I \ '"
Package deal'; 2" or 4" well, water I 1. I
pump, new installation of optic PHONE 8844414 9844778 I
'I' t *nam* mrnof vmfr BBFALLSALC
tank., drain field and lift Italian :

work Mobil.guaranteed home pol.call. available.Tommy Dor-All OLDEST SKYLINE DEALER IN TOWNWe I rl': I

man 2752151. UFN 9/1 !
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal Have New 1985's Arriving Weekly I r :
and pruning. Alto firewood. oak and .
pin. for tale. Call Thomas Nettle' SPECIAL 1985 ",q \ \ .
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4963823. ufn 12/22 ;
y 9 t / c ) Take "from/ Alex Karros on. of the
ATTENTION MOM'S Would like tobobyilt ii
I \ I' ,_ \ better things in life Is the pleasureand
child In ham., : -
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your. lunch and my snacks provided Santa Fe Home Western Style ; '- I comfort you gel from your
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more with floors :vaulted
plywood w/fans/
call Janice Noegel 496-3923 after callings, ,h, makes sense to take advantage of

5.00 p.m. 4-chg S/3O-9/20 (Must soe,::11'. Baauty' ) 'd,favorite Sale like from this our and wide choose selection' your

COME SEE IDA SUE SCHMITT at very, very special savings., '

HELP WANTED Financing Available to Qualified BuyerVA

FHA Conventional: Bank Financing, e : $S259'
sale priced; ",,' ;
'INSTRUCTOR POSITIONS In Adult I"!,
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General Education and VacatlonalEducation

also TEACHING ASSIS- ....... :1i ;
TANT .LEARNING MANAGER and ;
COORDINATOR OF PRISON EDUCATION 1i
SYSTEMS available In area :i

prltont. Petition or. for nine month ;, ,ir j
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beginning October 1. 1984
through June 30. 1'". For more Information nrrr ,'"
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College, Personnel Department 1"Y" / IiM wWY .J' ,.
732.1822.x1. 313 or Dr. John ,fIIJr .
Davit, ext. 319. 3--chg 9/20-10/4
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Deliveredon In satisfactory condition, accordingto

News Briefs3rd Baby vail Street ,. .. to a hospital e FHP report spokesman.indicated that
Enroute to Hospital Sept. 11, McKey was driving north .
f on SR-21 about eight miles north of
FSP Guard A 24-year-old Starke woman gave Keystone Heights. She passed A Sunday night fire destroyed Mr. The fire call was received by the where he noticed the blaze.
Arrested forSmuggling birth to her second child somewhere another vehicle and hit an FlIP Mac's Restaurant and the Jiffy 1 Keystone fire department about The loss In the two structures is
: along Call Street while enroute to patrol car headed south.The trooper Store located at Midway on SR-21 10:30: p.m., according to Chief estimated at $220,000.
ContrabandA Bradford Hospital early Monday, had driven off onto the shoulder at- south of Keystone Heights. 'Charlie Head. It was reported by Jlf-
third correctional officer Sept. 10.Louise. tempting to avoid the accident. ry Store clerk David Mills, who first The restaurant had closed about
has "
arrested in Hines said she was feeling McKey was six-months pregnantand ators believe the fire :i noticed the store was getting I 9:15 p.m.
I been investigation of connection smuggling with the like she needed to get to the hospital the unborn Infant died in the originate In the kitchen of the .warmer than usual. He stepped out- Both owners Indicated they intend;
Florida contra- Monday morning and she and her head-on collision, the report stated. restaurant. side i and looked Into the restaurant to rebuild. ",.<
: band into State Prison.
, Brian W. Edwards 34, of Raiford sister the trip got to into Gainesville.a Volkswagen Before Van they for McKey the pelvis had and a leg complex, internal fracture injuriesand of \ ...Jr- ,iIidI! -6._ ....... .... III...__-- "_Ii.mJ .

: was arrested Friday, Sept 7; and even got out of town, tho new baby cuts on the head. '
I charged with conspiracy to Introduce girl decided it was time to enter the suffered complex fracturesof :
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KEYSTO'N' ,
contraband into prison, ac world. both legs an cuts on his head, the' ,. [ ; :', I
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Bradford County Sheriff's office. Bradford Hospital, but before they "''.<./.'' \ ,' ,'.: ': '
Edwards wasarrested,, by state at arrived Louise had delivered the 6 j / ..1\\t';, '
torney's Investigator Wiley Clark pound 8 ounce girl without CHgROPRACII1CLiI ;
and Lt. John Dempsey. assistance. f ,
Clark said no contraband was Upon arrival at Bradford Hospital Southern Villas I,,'
found on the suspect at the time of' about 7:30: a.m.,a doctor came to the ('ill, '
the arrest. van to check the mother and baby. I Apprtmons''Y: /';" r:':'" '
No other information has been "
Louise and the baby, named Col. {
made public concerning the in- ette Natasha rode in the rescue Unit __ Bedrooms Now Available SpecializIng In
vestigation which took place) after to Shands Hospital in Gainesville Central Heat CASES
Stove
; Refrigerator; CHRONIC"DlfFICULT
officials on Aug. 1 found zip '
prison
where both are doing fine,according: Custom ',,' .
guns, .22-caliber ammunition to the mother. DrapesWall ;' HEADACHES
hacksaw, blades, fireworks andknives to Wall Carpet ft Mor I' .
on a maximum security wingat Two Injured When ea'II ,11."-7295 or 964-4214 NERVOUSNESS
: PAINFUL
the prison located 12 miles west of A i. JOINTS
Starke. Car Collides 1..1 '1001 Southern Villa Drive 1 LOSS OF SLEEP ,
Department of Corrections With FliP VehicleTwo Hwy It W .-' .. '
Secretary Louie L. Wainwrlght in- =-:1: : :: NECK, SHOULDER& ARM PAIN
dicated that four inmates were involved persons Involved in a traffic NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARMS "
in the smuggling operation, accident on SR-21 north of Keystone PAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS Dr. Rtcherda/n,
but no names have been released or s f"II;;;: Heights remained in a Jacksonvillei Homo for Sale LOW BACK&LEG PAIN
arrests filed. &: I hospital Wednesday, Sept. 19. 'I'
A report of the information Robyn Lynn McKey, 20, of Mid- Owner Financing to Qualified Buyer 1
leading to the arrest of Edwards and dleburg Is listed in serious conditionIn MOST INSURANCE PLANS
the other two correctional officers-' the Intensive care unit at Baptist I .
CHIROPRACTIC ,
Harvey G. 0 and Byrdus McKenzie- Hospital. features: Brick. 3 Bedroom Home, 2 COVER d.nt&Whlploh ;,
have not been made public. FHP Trooper Stephen P. Allain Is Baths: Family Room, double carport; Inside Union 'Irwurancei. tt Worker's Comp On-th.-Job.'nluie'' | Blue Crou '
Mailer Medical Plan. 1 Medicare Elt:
utility room CH/A. Fenced rear: yard ; ,
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w/utlllty building. square

Location: 160 N.E, 9th Avenue, 1 Lake ., 47'I .360 4 I '.r, ,

s: C harlit Sc hram m, Pr $i dtnl of laklChtvyOldt Cal-( ) ", -Hwy", '21.

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