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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Sheriff Reddish Requests State Dollars to i[Police Prison _During Executions .. ; .

of ail execution Sheriff Reddish ,are placed on duty there, as well as quest to be reasonable.. necessary' '' ." ;:;E'
Dolph Reddish is asking There are eight full time deputiesin Reddish explained to commis- '. some prison officers. and needed." Sheriff Reddish wrote. > .- : ,,.l
for $35,000 from the Florida Bradford County, and all have to sioners.In wrote.",'It's problem for office.Were Since the U.S. Supreme Court re- the commissioners. ". ".: s
Legislature to defray expenses Incurred be on duty when there is an execu- requesting the funds the sheriff a my instated the dealth penalty in 1976! Budget for the Bradford sheriff's r
the in Florida
in providing security for tion at the prison Sheriff Reddish wrote a letter to the county commission only county it's there have been nine executions in office is $490,319 for fiscal 84-85 _..
state executions. told the county commission. It Incurs -, and sent copies to state Sen. Bill where there are executions': a Sheriff Red '; '
Florida. In 1984 there have been six which began Monday. .- ''
Sheriff Reddish said his office is overtime pay for this office, the Grant D-Madison; Rep. George valid request the sheriff says executions."I dish points out Bradford .pays the -.f

charged with reponsibility for main- sheriff..said. Crady, D-Yulee. and Rep. Frank pointing tations between to the> possibility death penalty of confron-..advocates am requesting a bill/law that lowest amount per capita in the state 1 ;
taining order outside Florida State Williams D-Middleburg the three : '.
would give the County of Bradfordan for law enforcement. -
Prison during state executions, The recently passed prison impact state legislators who represent and )protestors additional amount of funding bas- Overtime caused by'executions Is ',:t

Sheriff Reddish told the county com- bill which defrays inmaterelatedcourt Bradford County. Separate (fenced areas across ed exclusively for the purpose of executions felt in his budget, the sheriff said.
Oct. 1. The situa- expenses in five counties with. "It is duty as Sheriff to furnish :
mission Monday, my
andy CR.-16 from FSP are occuppiedby and their fiscal Impact on ,Eight officers are not sufficient to ;:;
tion is unique to Bradford County, he prisons including Bradford security and/or law enforcement for 'advocates and protestors. Deputies! Bradford County. I believe this re- handle the.security.. r i
said,since all executions occur here. lon.,does not address executions._ all outside.!matters during th .course ,,. --',. : .
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Challenger Wilbur Waters won the "
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Forty percent of the county's 6,846 primary: In the 198O firstprimary'Waters .
registered Democratic voters turn- had 1,686 votes to second :. -
ed out for the single race surprisingand place Hart's 991 In a five-man race.
pleasing Supervisor of Elections In the second primary In 1980 Hart
I Nova Flynn. Mrs. Flynn last week polled 2,025 to Waters 2.001.
,: r predicted 14 percent. Poll workers 64 percent of Bradford,voters or
: ? rr r t were shooting for 25. percent. Tues- 4,964 votes in the Hart-Waters race,
: day.. turned out for the first primary to .r
Challenger Waters led Hart by 208 elect three incumbents., 1984 has '.

4? votes in the first. primary,.'1,893, to been an exceptionally quiet election -. ;''
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It"iva9I&'ret'uri'bf the.1880.\ .raeg Waters.. 35, tales ort\ West Madison' 1
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BHS Homecoming.... I

1. Going Up at Edwards Rd.
With BUS Homecoming Just a week away the school Is busy. hav-,
ing elections to select a homecoming queen.
Four members of the Homecoming Court above are (I-r) Rhonda plans ;
squar- foot'
Sapp Kay Allen Dawn Scott and Karen Klmutis. The three young for an 8,000 zoning board in approving OtisMcKinney's
ladies at left. Heather O'Steen, Brenda Bawek and Roslind Lennonare 'retail shopping building across Ed- request to replace his
for.the fifth wards Road from Bradford Square mobile home on located off Polk
Oct 4) .
in a run-off election set today (Thursday '
were approved Tuesday night Pct. Street. McKinney's mobile home
the Homecoming Court. : j
place on
F BIIS also had elections for Homecoming Princesses for the 2,by Starke commissioners backing was grandfathered into an area
l ( underclassmen. There Is a 4-way runoff in the Junior Class between up the city's zoning board. classified as single family residential -
FiA Yrr, Scott Whitehead presented the site' ,,which prohibits mobile homes.
srs Amy Carter. Cheri Green Polly Griff, and Melanie Ponder, a
plan to the commission Tuesday Zoning Board Member Johnny
: 2-way runoff In the Sophomore Class between Pamela Clark and
:i E vs h + r Debbie Reddish and a 2-way runoff In theFreshman, Class between night',1; and' ',,;it was unanimously ap- Hobbs asked last Tuesday night if a
I- ." proved. of would be
T 2' + yr Y4 Mindy Hersey and Dodle McRae. precedent spot zoning
Students will be practicing skits and building floats after school I The building to face Edwards set. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines .
next week. They're finding it difficult to get out of class because of Road, will be built between Denny said the area already has a mix of '
the new rule that students must be in,class 135 of each ISO hours. Concrete and Orange Street. mobile homes and permanent hous-
Tornado Whirl Is set next Thursday night Oct. II, at which one of Whitehead said part of the ing, and suggested the entire area
the five members of the Homecourt Court will be crowned queen, -.- .. building will be occupied by Vito's needs to be reclassified.
based on votes by the entire student body:The Homecoming Pizza. Gaines said it would Lake 40 daysto
'ii --I IThere Parade, after being rescheduled several (tlm .s. Is set now for 2 p.m. 'The property was purchased from reclassify the area and suggestedthat
Friday Oct. 12, The homecoming game with Union High of Lake Seaboard Coastline Railroad about McKinney's request be approv. ,
six months ago.Whitehead ed. The, zoning board agreed to '
'Butler is set for 8 p.m. Friday night.t
The Student Council Is in charge of planning homecoming.For said construction$ expected .;: recommend McKinney's request ori
more on homecoming see Tornado Talk on Page 2A. to begin shortly. ,.:. the condition the area wide, rezoning
t'fr The commission. also backed its follow soon after.Baldwin ,




I No More Sludge to be Dumped Until odor Problem Solved: Frenz. PromiseS ) .J

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will be no more dumping of didnft produce an odor when dried Street,who has dune area around Regency' high In nitrogen and low in insoluble Stinks '
sludge from Duval County on Brad- out, but when they became wet they using sludge for the past There are still areas in metals Acerage .
ford soil until the odor problem is smelled, Hill said. said it will outproduce ', including that area plus Resident Arnold Griffis asked, Baldwin Mayor Everett-, Brad- .;. ,
stopped, if George Frenz, presidentof Frenz agreed to stop dumping the fertilizers in some cases. A ,_where, the sludge could be "Why won't it get into the water?" dick:said the Frenz: property'-near '
Frenz Enterprises, Inc. keeps his sludge after about two hours of designed ground area can Hill said after the meeting. '"Well, you're going to'get a little 1-10 smells and the biggest crop he. I
word given last Thursday night, discussion with some 65 angry any, type of waste, he i \ ,explained that sludge bit of everything in the water" said can see'is dog fennels,.:The.: odor at .
Sept. 1:1. to 63 hostile Lawtey residents who live around 'the ,Street explained there nitrogen slowly. Class 1 Prof!:Street; drawing ,a hoot from Baldwin Came from bad sludge his
residents at a public hearing held by Bryant Reddish farm where sludge run-off the waste should has a very small heavy metal the skeptical crowd, 'company' got from :Jacksonville.
Bradford commissioners. has been spread as fertilizer to grow troduced In a flood-plain Heavy metals) Braddick sa W Frenz: told.hint: "
sod. places with a high water stay in the soil. '
"We want to deal with the real soil pll or acidity, is the ft At one point during the'' roeeting, ; -
dumping 'Iiit's
world. You can't put it out there The sludge smells terrible and at- Important factor Street d'Ya'll'cughia: quit 'Frenz asked how many of the crowd ;
without it smelling, Harold Hill told tracts swarms of flies, the residents sludge should have a PH of is only enough sludge in the going.to,foul our water/ one lived within a half-mile the Reddish "
Frenz, whose company has dumped emphasized.The residents pointedly said. for 10 percent of plant needs,so resident said. '. farm. Hands went up in unison :!;
undigested human waste, called,, said they expect county commissioners is not competition for com- -'I wish you wouldn't say 'you-all." all over the audience. ; ':, _
sludge, on a farm on CR-125 north of to protect them,. not Frenz fertilizers.Street said, I'm:'not employed by Mr Frenz, J '' ". ; '\1>'
Lawtey.Frenz said odor is a continuing Enterprises. Street said he did not' }' ; disgruntled residents quickly i Street told the crowd. Freriz then asked,Ifiow many have' ;;: i

.problem, but defended the County commissioners'are taking Frenz and was not i,of Street's scientific explana not had a bad problem withodgr2No' '/'. I
recyling of human waste as a safe the word of Frenz to stop dumping ing sludge tried to Bradford .: Interrupting, they asked; was' Frenz said, it was'a 'one-time\ ,hands wcntupj; ::
and desirable in Bradford County but patiently to explain a soil study done at the Lawtey application
practice. Residents sludge are .
the
stuck with living with the smell had also of an ordinance for characteristics.disposing of sludge. and ,?. .the invitation on of Lawtey the property'. One resident George'AJams;'said i /K',

no patience with such statements, to prohibit the pr ctice. The unruly residents \ us about the stfnlc and the "Ho, ho; ho," chanted the skep. there was an'odor for two or three ""
however. ,"someone shouted from the au tical ,days"but the flies he has were there: ,.
listen audience hooting Frenz down.
Hill, who lives on Santa Fe Lake tation, interrupting repeatedly his with Intosand' .In the circuit.courtroom.. "We want to'see you not him" when' he moved'to. Bradford County ,
is a former manager of ,the In working up the ordinance, com about odors :: somebody shouted, meaning not four.'years ago:
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Buckman Street sewage treatment missioners have.noted they'll haveto Street,, but Frenz. '
plant in Jacksonville -where Frenz be careful to still allow chicken Hill who took the floor : War Draws .Police. Frenz: ameliorated'the. discussion. '

Enterprises picks up the.sludge. be- fertilizer to be used as is the practice'sad'if'the meeting, pointed out in regular county commission "smeiledlt. it was terrible. Wecouldn't With the residents ;never'denying '
hauled to '
ing Lawtey now. area that Frenz'' room wouldn't hold the odor is a continuing 'problem but: .
walk outside
Frenz ( smell and flies been dealing with d the even .. without ..saying U isn't{ present.all the tltn-: *, ":'
i surface ?] .so meeting was moved to holding our' ,hoses," said Emory .
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said are too bothersome to
sludge's ,
Hill the area 1
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simply could lead
to larger room. Three officers from
Duncan,'who lives Just west of the
sewage from any number of sources'In residents in the,his firm won't, spread anymore 'run-off, percolation leriff's department'' and, a Reddish, farm.; "' Only,,whe it. get*,'wet, which is,, : ,
Jacksonville including hospitals, county loose soil down into the policeman were. summoned Frenz said the-sludge Is sampled often, said Mr, Owen' Fletcher; ,
'metal manufacturing companies, 'Research Rebu fed.. and possible order. at the Buckman plant and by Frenz operator residential areas, plus the huge,' tributaries of,the Santa ; nearby resident. and the. Ian-; personnel Frees adds nitrogen.in Gwendolyn, an CR-t86 nnr the Herf-, ;,'
I Busch* beer brewery, The angry residents shouted l downOF ,which has been declared ne.. where ''sludge was the form, of:.ammonia, Frena also 'dish farm.: Mrs. Fletcher said flwo, ; :."
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Foul Odor When.Wet... explain valuable characteristicsand ,Duval County has a re to trade,blow while trading water table.-The company owns a were.dtlCOtlf aged '4\ 1
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Wendee Hall 12. The homecoming opponent, Is the "
Union High Tigers from Lake
Butler. Kick-off is at 8 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 12, on Bradford Field.
Thought for the week...
5 Days of Homecoming...
Happiness Is not perfect until
shared... The five days of homecoming are: 89ri
Monday: Jungle Day- Studentswill
dress up to begin a week-long\ ,

Super Seniors... safari to hung and destroy Tigers,
wearing camouflage outfits, etc.
The super seniors for 1984 have Name That Tune, sponsored by
been elected by their fellow the BUS administration: During ;r 3

classmates. class change, music will be played MW
They are: over the intercom. The first student
Cutest-Craig Falstreaux. and Amy going to the office and correctly I
Leitheiser. identifying the tune will receive a
Best personality. Phillip Crews free pass to the homecoming game.
and Wendy McDougald.Most Tuesday, Oct. 9:1: Hate Girls Day, News Kiwanis Directors...

Llsha athletic-Long. Donald Thorntonand sponsored by the BHS Spanish Newly named director of the Starke Kiwanis Club are (l-r) Steve JyjrJ r ,
Honor Society. The boys must bringas
WittiestJimmy Muse and footballs Futch Gray Flynn, and Scott Roberts Not pictured are Gene Reee, Dr. '
they
Heather O'Steen. many paper as Pete GianaN, Dr. INn Schlofman, and Terry Gaines .
wish. If a girl gets a boy to talk the ".
Best dressedAndy Nyguen and boy must give the girl one football.The Receiving appreciation certificates were Steve, Futch, Rod Kiwanians Name 4 New Officers, ;
Dawn Scott. girl with the most footballs at McGlamrry, Bob Larimer. Bob Milnrr, Len Schlofman, and Steve Den. '
Most bashful- Calvin Thomas and the end of the day is titled Miss Irresistible mark. New Kiwanis Club officers are (l-r) Mike Reddish, treasurer) Richard
Connie Moody. and wins two tickets to the Receiving plaques for ouitandlng service were outgoing president: WarWelty, vice-president; Mike Cooney. president, and Rod McGlamery,
Most dependableSam Norman ran Langvr for his service to the club this past year,and former secretary secretary. :
and Rhonda Sapp. homecoming Wednesday,game.Oct. 10: I Hate Boys Richard Welty. Mike Cooney wall -named Kiwanian-of-the-Year, and The new offficers Sept. 28 at an induction banquet In the Fellowship ;
FriendliestJason Polk and Brenda received a plaque for outstanding service. Hall of the First United Method) Church of Starke. Entertainment was '
Daythe same as Tuesday except Mrs. Rita McGlamery and Mrs. Pat Welty received certificates of
Bawek. the boys try to get the girls to talk. provided by a barbershop quartet from Gainesville.
Most school spiritTony Diggs and The boy, of course, will be namedMr. thanks for their service to the club. .45: persons attended the banquet. The club has 35 \members.

Pam Boswell. Irrestible and will receive two .
Most likely to succeedRaymond
free to the big
passes game.
White Best and all-around-John Lenore Welty.David Fran Thursday, Oct. 11: Haunt Day- Tells Council
Stand EPA
cis Most and Kay intellectualAllen Allen. Rogers Dress let's up scare in your off scariest the Tigers.costomesand Strong Against Attorney

Friday, Oct. 12: Spirit Day: Show -
and Stephanie Redding. and for City Attorney. Terry Brown told wastewater treatment process. improved so the effluent could con- The money had been used to buy
your support loyalty
Class clownCurtis Green and, hardworking football team by dress your the Starke City Commission Tues. The City of Starke In 1974 made application tinue to; be dumped. into Alligator the land which could not be resold
Melissa Gay. ing in school colors. day night that a new petition shouldbe for a Step 1 Facilities Creek for the purchase price, Crosby said.
Most individual.Mark Barber and filed to try and solve the con Grant. Since that time, EPA officials had Before the trip to Washington D.C.
Lisa Spivey. Different Parade Route... traversy over grant money approvt In 1976, the state Department of 'notified the city that the grant was on Sept. 26, a letter from the Atlanta
Most flirtatiousRobert Bellamyand ed by the Environmental Protection Environmental Regulations "null and void" and the $1 milliongrant EPA' office notified the city of a
Janet Griffis. In the past the annual Homecoming Agency in 1980. The agency' now reported that "..existing nutrient should be returned. hearing on the matter .
P-rade has taken the .
Most talented- Robert Taylor and same route '
wants the $1.1 million back. loads for Alligator Creek, to which
from to However this .... .I.
Rosalind Lennon.Seniol' year year. Brown and other Starke officials the City's wastewater treatment ,
in order not to interfere with
year met with EPA officials on Sept. 26 in plant discharged were far in excessof
traffic the will be forced
parade to
an effort to reach an agreement allowable loads and recommended Cox Appliance:
Class Motto... take another route, staying on
before a scheduled Nov. 14 hearing that discharge of treated effluent
US-301 and west to Orange Street.
the date in Atlanta. from the Starke treatment
"Time is not measured by The sewage
new route will be follows It
as :
passing of the years, but by what onedoes.feels..and will begin on Washington and turn Commissioners Vernon Silcox said plant be terminated." &
the the EPA officials Based the from the
achieves, is promised to call on reports
right on 301 to Madison St. turn
motto chosen by the Senior Class of right on Orange St. to WashingtonSt. ; Brown by Sept. 28 and provide.further state and federal agencies, the city
., turn right and the parade will information on the course the began plans for an irrigation spray t. Conditioning
1985.The
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class song is Let's Go Crazy. end on Washington. federal agency plans to take in the field so that wastewater effluent
The class flower chosen is the situation. No call had been receivedas could be transported onto a field ;
white rose.IJomecomlng. Sitting Pretty... of Oct. 3, Brown said. rather ,than flowing into Alligator I II ]!. ; 'Service
Silcox attended the meeting with I Creek. :1. !
School pictures will be made next U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles Com-'" The closest available tract large \
Plans... week, Oct. 9 and 10. Picture taking missioner Jim Crosby, Brown and enough for the operation belonged to 4
will only be available before and -1 Service and Repair ,on:
The seinors are getting a head consulting engineer Don Ruckman: Fred Mueller, south of Alligator
start on their final year and their hall.after Senior school absentee, during lunch,and study They met for more than two hours; Creek and west of U.S. 301. BiF "" All Major Appliances
fellow class member and homecoming pictures will be with William A,Whittington, EPA's. In 1977,an EPA grant was approved r .'
queen will soon be revealed in taken Fri., Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to deputy director of the office of water to buy the 369 acres for $397,500. d Air Conditioning
the up-coming elections to be held student noon, a teacher planning day and programs, and John Ravan, assistant Mueller refused that offer and the Refrigeration Electrical
Tues.. Oct. 9. Who will the lucky holiday. administrator of water pro' negotiations ended up'in circuit
senior doll be??.. Paris Anyone... grams, Silcox said. court where a Jury awarded
Interested in going to Paris and Brown said they didn't argue with, $1,109,830 for the 369 acres. JOE COX, OWNER
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Rome this ?? the city's contention that Starke is In 1980, an EPA grant paid 75 per e
summer within the federal statutes in asking cent of the total cost of the land and
The End is Here... 1006 Contact, for additional Mrs. Wanda information.Smith, Room that the land be sold and used to im-i ,the city paid 25 percent. The total Vr
After the slap of the six-weeks test prove the city's water system. cost was $1.37 million including fees
which hit students in the face to start Very Special Messages... Brown said another option would be for Mueller's attorney and consul- 964-7462
the week off Monday and Tuesday, to declare the land unneeded for the; tant which the jury ordered be paid 1
the end of the first six-weeks is final The BUS annual staff would like to spray irrigation field, as planned, by the city
ly here. offer families and friends the oppor and use it as an industrial site where,, City officials indicated the amount .
Today (Thursday, Oct. 4)) ends only tunity to write a message to a new ,businesses r could' locate,,The))I awarded was about three times the ,', "r
the first of six. However this also special person to be in the 1984.85 land is located; south' pf Sjtarke, op Uaen unfair market value"of the land t I
marks. the beginning of another six Tornado yearbook.. % s tfil 44Ap'i.1 0, ""W tae /; {t.1o.! In 1981,',fl/ter,, the new president ". .Rt,2 ,Bb ;2J6! ','" .
;eks, The cost is $10 for 25 words or less. Brown said the EPA seems wUfyng/ took office, another sampling of the I
For more information contact Mrs. to allow the matter to go to federal effluent was taken and EPA deter. (Hwy 16Raford Rd) ;.
Bobbie O'Brian.Junior court to determine that Starke is mined that no additional treatment
Come Home and Celebrate.. correct in its interpretation of by a spray irrigation field was Starke, Florida 32091
The B.H.S. Student Council held Jam... federal regulations'' beCause"they I.necessary, that efficiency of.the J
elections for Homecoming Court and The Junior class anticipates a vic- don't have the backbone to do it:" ,sewerage treatment plant could be .. __
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Class Princesses Oct. 2. tory tomorrow night (Friday,Oct:5)) Brown said EPA is apparently. I' .. '
Elections for TueSdar'be held against the St. Augustine Yellow afraid to allow the city to use the '- .
Tues., Oct. 9.Homecoming. Jackets.A land for another purpose because of '
victory dance is set directly criticism which might occur when 1.oRIOA LAWN & GARDEN CENTER
after the game in the BHS gym. Ad- the auditor general's office goes
week for the Tornadoes mission will be $2 per person. over their books."Senator PET 539 EAST CALL STREET STARKE FLORIDA
will be held Oct. 812. The Come support our Fighting Tor- Chiles presented
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Homecoming theme this year is nadoes and join the "Jam" after Starke's case very well," Silcox ONTROL OPEN
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TIGER BUSTERS.Tornado Whirl is party. Proceeds will go toward the said. OCNMIC lCO. am pm You Can f Have A Rich,
going to be held in the stadium next 1984.85
prom. Everyone is invited Brown drafted'a six-page historyof
Thursday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. The and contributions are ap- liberty's dealings with the EPAon Phone 964-574! Green Lawn All Winter
parade starts at 2 p,m. Friday Oct. preciated. the project to improve, the city's

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PUBLIC NOTICEBRADFORD :'. FAMOUS BLACK KOW sEEV ,Rye Grass' See.dl. '/'?' ','>' ': : '\ .

i iI Composted Cow Manure Now ': ,.. ,"

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1 50 Ib bag 1 9 9 Easy to plant Just distribute over I

COUNTY a, Reg. 3" area & keep wet germinates: in !

; Fast acting <' odorless weed free.-.has '7.10 days, 50 Ibs. .covers up ,to'I I

Federal Revenue Sharing- :. millions of live nitrogen releasing ,of 10OOOsq.It. l 1

bacteria which provides organic matter '
and nutrients for fast healthy 39C 13 9 9 I
k growth ,It-. 50 Ib bag I
Fund Budget t recommended for all planting, 'all i

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All interested persons are hereby notified that a sum- ; } .
That's Right! This week you can trade-in portable '
any
of the ; :." I
Fiscal
mary Year 1984-85 Budget of the Bradford h kerosene heater, regardless condition, ,on ,

County Board of Commissioners for the Federal Revenue : ; a new Toyostove heater, made by,the: 'ti0'.I" '

Sharing Fund is available for public inspection. ; worlds No. 1 maker. : .' / '.;-1' :

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Courthhouse ,in the Finance Department'from'8.00.a.m.: ': t to i FOR! ANY SIZE, Less'than: 1983 Prices: I '


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40 Years, Late, But Lawtey Now Owns City Ilall '::1' ::1
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Three trustees from the City of Last action tn the property took first getting quit claim' deal rrl.M':
Lawtey have sighed a warranty place buck in 1937: attorney Hobbs the school board, having the, three
deed conveying to the town the'property found'when he investigated. Hobbs trustees named, then haying them
on which the city hall, water approached the school board about sign over the property to Lawtey
system and fire department are the problem. Alter n few laughs, the
located. school board agreed to convey half In other business Monday night,
The property was conveyed from the property to Lawtey, as per an Oct. 1, the Lawtey council:
the Bradford County School Board to agreement made years! ago but
the City of Lawtey. A warranty deed which was never signed day the Was reminded by'Clerk Shuford
attesting to the city's ownership of school board trustees of that that qualifying for> two awtey council -
( a''.l I ilryytk:.w..ww :"t MLiw. ,. .. the property has been officially Circuit ,Judge Theton Yawn seats opens at noon: Oct. 15,,$pd
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-- : +- .irh. r Vv1 yECiomlfl recorded, according to Lawtey at- recently signed an order I'on a mo- closes at noon Oct. 19. The two,push'
torney Johnny Hobbs, an associateof tion by attorney Hobbs for three lions are currently heldby Councilwoman -
the legal firm of Tomlinson and trustees from the City of Lawtey to Laura Hams and Councilman
Brown.That. sign the warranty deed The new Ernmott; Bright. ::.,'
the city did not own the property trustees, City Council members > y''1'
on which the city' hall and Laura Harris and Emmett Bright
P"ouvpi water system is located !became; ap-- Jr., and Lawtey Police Chief, M,M, Reviewed IS applications for'the'.''
:: t F :Brent this summer when City Clerk Jordan, got the job done this time, assistant clerk's position which'; was
r.iicille Shuford attempted to find a and deed was recorded Tuesday. advertised, there were eight',city-
description of the property at the request During his research Hobbs found resident applications and seven outr ,
of the office of Property Appraiser that trustees had been named of-town applications. After ,con*
Jimmy Alvarez, When Mrs. several times to sign over the pro- sWerable discussion, the council '
Shuford got to the courthouse she perty to Lawtey, but the matter ap- unanimously voted(to hire Mrs. Mar
found the city didn't own the property r-rontly ,was forgotten each lime tha Kutel who has been workingtemporarily
Hobbs untangled the confusion by this, past month

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PUD Okayed,

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,The Bradford County Commission JAMES SMITH

Monday, Oct. 1, approved zoning requests :
New Florida Souvenir Land Wins IJtusiness Improvement Award..* to allow DuPont to expand
"mining operations near Lawtey and
A remodeled restaurant ,on US-'tOI: Just south of Eunice, a Conner manager of Horlda Reptile Lane al ;''a 29-acre planned unit deyelopment
Lawtey, now Florida Souvenir Land operated by Gene Highland, and reopened in July 1983. Gene and wife', near Keystone Heights\ /1/li
and Marcie Eunice, is September winner of the'' Marcie, Bell a variety of gifts and souvenirs to vaca j,..
,Business Improvement Award given by Starke- tioners traveling! through! the area, and have developed Ben Moxley, representing the Du
Bradford Chamber of Cpmmerce. a local souvenir nnd gill. trade. Pont Company asked for I
Formerly a Home's rebtaurant which closed, the Gene says he has the only place in the county with reclassification of 330 acres from 1
building was purchased in March of 1983 by <>ene fresh squeezed orange jticlce. ,",RSF, single family residential and ,_ .
RSB'-MH, single family residential
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but allowing mobile homes northeast
". of Lawtey ,to exclusive
I agriculture to permit mining. Mox
Controversial
New Attendance Rule
ley said the company expects to
," mine the land for titanium dioxide,a
pigment in paint, within five years.
New regulations from Tallahassee! of the courses missed,. the' (student dance rule. In the case of serious accidents '
regarding operation of schools have shall be counted as present providedthe and extended mnesSblnfor. The county recently enacted a con
some Bradford County; officials work, test c '<>' ,nment, etc. that nation about servation law prohibiting improper
hostile and searching for answers to occurred during the absence is made bound/hospitalization program will ,usage of environmentally sensitive
problems created by the new up within two das; of the absence. If be provided to the parents. areas. Since, the DuPont Company, i'
legislative rules. the work is not made up, the absence apparently fearing inclusion of some
One such rule is that student counts against the 135 hour "(b) When'' a student does not .of its lands in the conservation area, One Of America's Most
must attend 135 of 150 houra of Instruction minimum attendance requirement meet the minimum attendance rcn .,"has been having. it, reclassified for
to pass a course in grades 9' "2. Whan a student has missed in quirement and & passing grade for a mining. Prominent vanglists5IfJ /
through 12 or pass a comprehensivetest excess of 18 class periods for a one class is being maintained, the :' .Developer Jack' Courtnay received ; ..
in that subject. 'credit year-long course, 9 class parent-guardian or'adult student approval for subdivision I of 29 : : : '
Some officials say this threatens periods for a one credit semester may present documentation to an at- acres near Keystone Club Estates. : ::
everything from student health to block class or one-half semester tendance appeal committee before Entrance to the proposed PUD iw : :
religious! holidays to winter vaca class, and five class periods for a the competency exam is ad- through' Keystone Club Estates, not %
,lions to field trips,career programs, nine-week one-half credit class, no ministered. The committee will consider SR-21 $: '
school activities such as pep rallies credit will be awarded unless the medical reasons with adoctor's Courtnay' said he will build to t : : : : R '
and assemblies and daytime performance standards establishedby note, serious family or extreme order as the units are needed plann- .
medical or dental appointments. the school board are met For the family hardship situation ing to construct duplexes and other
A student who had missed class 1984-85 school year,the performance with specific evidence. multi-family units, REVIVAL -. October 7-12
seven days for an illness would haveto standards will be established as an The third matter' by the
find a way to make up the time or examination to be constructed by "If the exam is failed, then the student commission zoning also upheld the
county
pass the comprehensive test, Kx the classroom teachers in consulta- may re-tajte the exam at the ..
perts say this could cause'!some tion with the department coor- beginning of summer school. If the, zoning'the'' request board's of recommendation Edna Trainer, She in Morgan Road_: Baptist Church, ," _r'I: '\ 'I: ':<
students who'were' ill to attend class dinator and the principal or his/her exam is not passed, then the student "
asked that mobile homes be allowed Co. Rd. 23: Starke., Florida .
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,.. tjae1rtJl1ns: .1Q n\M-li-; designee. The examination, be be may attend summer school} or take .' T .i'i '," oj v U ", ;,
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students to aY'oid,1'f\ related the lass''hgaln':;during; the next .-on eight lots on Crosby Lace) JShores* i f ,,{ ';t :
to the '
( try ing: l1iI ; \? performance out- jm. t '
Zoning Director l/.M Gaines"sauiJje SundayJ; ; Pa.m. I. "pyenlng' 5'-rYIC\I. 7'35 ; jJ ,
-I IIlla,J:;. trl dlUft.t t1 ' .,'/".'rtJSh!r"f.fiftf: ..tf" sv: """ '8'''''''
? !\ -tl'\fit1l/1MUJtdurmg.; 8 : 1904-tl.5 Course Code tIrectory. because other mobile homes alreadywere Pastor James Parrish Nursery Provided 'I
time would be subtracted from the "(a) All absences except those short order, the board approved present in class missed as would being dismiss. explained in (1), or,are as a result of minor changes to the 1984-85 .
ed for a pep rally or the Homecoming an on-campus counseling or Teacher Contract negotiated over .. ,.
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Parade. disciplinary situation are counted several weeks by representatives of ._ .n.. _______m___" '__, ..__- _.
They're ixin',.' to'take out what lit against the 135 hour minimum atten- the board and teachers. I 4
tie fun there Is left in going to '
school," said school board member NQTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

J.T.BHS Parrish.Principal Jim Duncan submitted ,'NOW OPEN! THE NEWEST


Pupil Code of Progression amendments Conduct regarding Plan to and the pew Student board's rule EATING PLACE 'IN STARKE. Notice is hereby given that the Bradford County Board of County Commis-, :

changes made' necessary by the SANDWICH_ sioners will hold the first of two public hearings to address the County's""par'
133-hour rule and received permis atristis .
sion to advertise them for adoption; ticipation: in the Florida Small Cities Community)' DevelapmentBlock.Grant'
Members of the Florida SHOPPE .' .
Legislature were apparently tryingto (CDBG) Program '
address the problem of truancy, 107 E, Call Street Starke, FL :
but the measure has apparently

caused the state an where uproar School in counties boards across now ,SPECIAL OF THE WEEK The purpose of this public notice and; first public hearing is to'inform and .1

have to deal with how to implementthe Croissandwich '\ )make information available to the, public that ((1)) ths County' may apply for .

Education new regulations Commissioner: Ralph''' \ up to $650,000 of the CDBG Fiscal Year 1984 grant funds; ((2)) the'' range of activities '

Turlington tails traditional recently non-academic said the law cur activities 2.25 '" ';. ; that may ,be ,undertaken with CDBG funds for housing and

such as pep rallies unless the EAT IN OR TAKE OUT OPEN 5 DAYS (neighborhood and commercial revitalization improvements; include those,
class time .lost was made up' by BREAKFAST SANDWICHES ,MON-FRI' 7 am 3 pm
students.. Superintendent Tom,Casey said, CROISSANTS SALADS DRINKS 964-4324: community development, activities authorized in s. 1 105a( ) of Title I of the

the requirements by the state shows Housing and Community Development: Act of 1974, as amended, and in

ed deal the with inablity local of issues the Legislature appropriatelyand to Grand Opening Sales regulations regarding the federal CDBG Program' contained in 24 CFR, ''Sections -

suggested be that district school' 570.200 through '570.206 such as rehabilitation! of houses in a 'target
boards should allowed to make.
local rules to provide quality education DEB'S ,BEAUTY SALON ''area demolition of dilapidated housing and; relocation of residents, -
to fit specific,circumstances in
their areas. Location: {Rt. 1. box 1319, LawMy, FL ((CR';2008 South across from LCI I) jweatherization and energy-efficient Improvements, code'enforcement, land
Duncansald an immediate problem CALL,FOR APPOINTMENTS 782-3741. 782.3834 ..910 9 thru 10/31
concerned ..whether the : .assembly, 'or site preparation for new construction, improvements to

during Homecoming the school Parade day.can It has beheld been Curls Perms.' | 'deteriorating infrastructure, provision of basic services .(such as roads water

".12.since. been!set for" 1 p.m.,Friday,Oct, ., ,$3'00.0, $15 .. 'sewer. and drainage facilities),. the rehabilitation of, neighborhood 'facilities h

means Casey that/said teams the traveling.rule apparently to other DEPHRIN BRIGHT, MANAGER a OWNER, that provide! community services for target area residents, the.construction:; of ,"

,towns for sporting events couldn't' :facilities" for the handicapped, and downtown or neighborhood commercial, ; {

leave pleted until for the classes day. had been. com '- redevelopment; ((3)) at least $331,500 or fiftyone percent ((51 f'Yo' );pfjharq'a :,

., uested CDBG funds,will,be Used to benefit .Iow- and moderate- income per- j

', ,,currently The high,,phoning school! administration. parents. about,is TIRE a Sons; ((4)) the County plans to minimize displacement of persons .$'a result of? "

students absences' 'planne4'CDBG: :? activities;' and ((5)), if, any persons are displaced as'a: result of "::"

,; proposed'New:Rules...; ;"planned CDBG activities, the County plans to pss ist displaced:; ,persons, \
\. i r The proposed amendment: to the
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Steel Radial Mounted & Balanced '
: Progression Plan reads: 1
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.. .'Pupil"I.When students are absent from P-165/30R-13 ..4''. '40.45- 'P-205/75R-15 ..' 50.70 ;Tfijs firsH; t public hearing, will" be held'on, Thursday October' 11., 1984 at .7 j9: i iI /
academic instructional
while
school on an -
"" 'v activity; that being .an activity P P-19W75W-14/ -.148.10; P-215/75R-15/ '.' .',, 51.95 I 'p tr''.. Iq| the County Commission Meeting Room ,located,. in" Bradford, CountyCourthou3e. \.,
that Is directly related sW the,instructional P-205/75U-14 ,\.. .,. 50,70 P-225/75R-18 '..",,. .,.,; '54.80 I attend ; .
Citizens to their and
are encouraged oX-
,. outcomes of non or.more;; P-215/75JM4- . .. .9P235/75R-t5.- ". (. 58.10 public hearing
> -- -' -- 0 ''press, their' views concerning the communtiy developmentneeds of trip

COUNTY'THE RRApPol1D TH.EGRAPHi 'I InstalM i V '''1"1 ,'Free ..UbeBattery v County (to provide! basis$ for the preparation of the County's proposed' Fiscal

d / 0" (Year J 984 CDBG Application. Any citizen'who desires additional( information
i Published .v.ry>,Thursday AJ' ", wtthOtf ;. I
',: 'at'1 35;W.;Call Str...t' Shell 22FH: .'I i'or1 l Would like to submit written comments prior to the public hearing;should( '
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h'y' P y Y liken a god 1 mystery as casket. The scene that met the gaze of "Dr. Will declared:' that he did not
evidenced by the popularity of the new TV onlooker literally beggared description. believe William Johns had committed :
scried, "Murder filic Wrote", loosely 'IMIH- NIt attempt decently! prepare tho body suicide, but that he had been murdered.
ti ed on the works of Agatha Christie one of for sepulture! had been made; it had Both he and Mr. Livingston, the latter a
rl a the great mystery writers of all lime unceremoniously: been placed In the coffinin practical embalmer, declared that the

,1 I One of the most puzzling unsolved a working garb of overalls, to>>which still body had' not been embalmed, though it
mysteries! ,involving residents,Bradford cluntf !some of St. Luelo County sand The had been requested that it! should be before
County; took place in December of 1916 hands'/ had been crossed:
when Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johns, who lived fishing( line."Then "Just then the grief-stricken mother

.: near Starke, received a telegram from came out to have a last look at the poor,
i the sheriff of Palm Beach County staling boy. 'Oh, my God,* she exclaimed, 'is this
that their 23-year-old son, Willie, had com- my boy who left me three morons ago,
'rtp'A mitted suicide on a desolate( island in Lake coming back to me In this form?' The

Okcechobee, and inquiring what dispotil- scene was heart-rending In the extreme,
tion should be made of the body. and few eyes of any bystanders were dry,

The young man had gone to the wild Island Described
Everglades country in the early fall and "Observation is the Smaller of the four
obtained work on one of the large farms in islands of Lake Okeechobee, and lies In the
the muckland area. Hearing tall tales southwestern portion about three mile
about the big money being earned by from the mainland. The deceased had
fishermen around the big lake he left the camped there at the time of, his death

i I{exciting "Though no money had been returned by
-, Artist's conception of scene on remote island in Lake Okeechobee where 'siderable savings before his untimely with fear and trembling, the the authorities, and no mention made of
unsolved murder of Bradford County youth took place in 1916. death cloth was removed from the face. The any, it Is supposed that young Johns had
flickering light from the lamp revealed the quite a large sum. A few days before his
\ The distressed parents sent money to most ghastly sight Imaginable, The face death, he had written to a friend, George
Palm Beach to have the remains of their to 'meet me at
had barely been washed. The entire top of Wiley Tampa fQr
.son returned home, but refused to believe head had Christmas. I have of
the been blown off; only a Jew plenty money and we
CI' EDITORIALSWho's Y- .re.+. that suicide was the been cause of cheerful of his death. pieces of skull held by the scalp, remained. will have a good time'. .
Willie had always disposition -
A load of buckshot had entered just
and not one likely to be involved in "One may imagine him, lying on his cot,
below the left ear, most of which was torn his side face to the wall
,when
trouble. They suspected foul play but on right his
','>. were totally unprepared for the shocking away. The eyes were wide open, and the murderer slips up, fires the fatal shot,gets
reflection from the glazed orbs of the
; victim's and is swallowed
next few his money
events of the days. up by
: trembling light seemed to appeal for the the night.
Accountable? In its issue of Jan. 5, 1917. The Telegraph bringing of the murderer to justice, giving
reprinted a brief Item from The Palm clear meaning to these words of the "The remains were shipped from
Beach Sun of December 29 stating that famous stanza: Okeechobee town, where H.H Hancock,
Johns had been found dead by some coroner, according to the certificate
natives in the Sheriff B. "An orphan's curse may drag to hell pasted on the box,had held an inquest.The
Secretary of State George Shultz and leading to the embassy. U.S. officials vicinity George "An angel from on high verdict suicide."It .
President Reagan both say they take contend that it takes time to set up these Baker had investigated the case and "But, oh, more terrible than that was
Johns had killed himself. He
declared that had been Intended to hold
full for the terrorist bombing concrete barriers. Yet sand-filled dump 19 the curse of a dead man's eye. the funeral _
responsibility then notified Judge Hancock that a cor- last Sunday Rev. Wm F.Malphun to .
of major U.S. target in Lebanon trucks could have closed off the road .oner's jury was not necessary, "The cloth was quickly replaced and,the the obsequies; but conditions made conducts It-

for the third time in 17 months. temporarily, as they were used at the To this brief notice The Telegraph added casket and box again closed The night resounded necessary to have the interment last
White House earlier this year. the following comments in the florid with wails, and the grief of the Saturday forenoon, and the remains were
Such token gestures on their part only newspaper style of reporting used in those poor parents may perhaps be imagined, laid to rest in Santa Fe Pond Cemetery
adds to the confusion of the Beirut situa- "* but not described.
'days: "But while those who had to do
.clearly the problem here is not with the
tion and does nothing to get at the real "The Telegraph reporter hastened to the
"The box the remains of the remains of the victim down there
containing
technical but managerial. It's not good apparently
scene early and found there, besides other
of for
problem fixing accountability errors dead boy arrived on the southbound mid thought the deceased without
of judgement somewhere in the enough to say, as Defense Secretary night train last Friday. The griefstrickenfather prominent men, State Attorney AV Long, relatives or friends and such ceremonieswere

"chain of command" that has failed to'cope Weinberger did, that terrorists can insisted on carrying home the box Representative-elect A.S. Crews, Dr. J.C. unnecessary, he was not without
Wills, G.C. Livingston, and M.L. Johns
with intolerable always find a way around barriers us- the same night and, accompanied by a couple either, and proceedings will be institutedto
adequately an Dr. Wills had come to view the remains,
of his Mr.Johns drove bring his slayer to justice.'Ve Is
ing helicopters, for instance. The Presi- brothers slowly and geance
the casket
situation. was opened again. '
dent's remarks about fixing kitchen through the dark and lonely woods to his mine salth the Lord Even the fastnessesof
The "great communicator's" a home the Dr. Boss place south of town "11 was then noted that there were'no the wilds of Okeechobee will not be able
sugges- were even worse. Where is it Harry "
powder burns around where the shot had to hide him long.
tion that Lebanon is an uncontrolable, Truman said the buck stops? "The poor parents were eager to see the entered whicn would have been inevitableif .r.
random act that its irrational remains of their once bright, hopeful boy
perpetrators are
the deceased had shot himself provided -
"The latest Beirut and after much trouble the box covered But this prophecy by The Telegraph
bombing sadly apparently -
and uncivilized, and that there he could have done so at all, with the
with sheet iron As the never came to pass. Subsequent
demonstrates was opened. soon as
the U.S. government's in-
can be no foolproof defense to such actsis lid was taken off it was evident that the trigger almost out of reach of his fingers. issues of the paper carried no further mention
ability to mount a coordinated counter-' The eyes were open and the expression on of the unsolved murder 'l'
( ) Observation
totally inadequate. "Explaining' why body was in a bad state of decomposition. on
the face was serene, which could hardly
terrorism effort including the Pen Island.
Sixty-eight years later, It
the installation of structureswas
security the "Then the cover was removed from the have been the case in a suicide. still remains
still unfinished at the time of the 'tagon, intelligence agencies, and the. a mystery.
State
latest attack, Mr. Reagan glibly Department.

remarked "Anyone that's ever had "Part of the blame for our in- '

their kitchen done over knows that it telligence'shortcomings and failures Letters FORESTRYSludge

never gets done as soon as you wish it must rest with those critics of the CIA I, I -

would.M. S l*?n felt ti British guard who jut ha r'r1970san; I [demobilized. the intelligence 'I Ir'IN'BRAOFO'AOCOUNTY';

M pened to be on the scene shooting the community. ButTnany of the friends of' -. : .... .. ByDavlaw.Nartoa;;
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,: ( ridcisliri; fiio iirc i ty"'pr 81a lft. 'T -- -...,..
driver of the truck before the full impact intelligence and military are to blame, :

could be made, there may have as well. They know better than the

been dozens of Americans killed in the critics that performance is often lacking Editor Telegraph: Sir: Care RequiredIn

incident, instead of two. but tend toward a bunker mentalitywith Due to recent misinformed The Telegraph does' support our Replacing Trees
attendant excuse-making. The uninvestigated, and uneducateed agriculture community. We also want to
Almost all Florida homeowners
But getting back to the all-important agree
issue chain responses by your we protect our'environment.' Thus, we look
is whether the of commandcan newspaper request that shade trees are among the most important
issue of which is askance
accountability sadly at anything that be
be made this short reply be printed by your paper. might of their But when
to work parts property.
in this the Wall fertilizers detrimental to our society.
lacking administration Currently, with amended treasure the time to either
comes buy new trees
Street Journal, which usually comes "That is why it is even'more essential sewage-sludge are sold world-wide. The dumped on the ground in our ,replace the old dying trees or to landscapea

through as''a strong supporter of Presi- )now than it was last time that the Presi- at most common local nurseries brand is "Milorganite", hardware stores sold result country, should, of which be viewed we are with unsure alarm.of the piece of property from scratch, there are

dent Reagan, has this to say: dent punish someone for failing to pre- Scot your tie's, etc. Reporting on the sludge dumping came: hosts! of pitfalls.

'"Investigating the Oct. 23 1983 vent the bombings in Beirut. When we The sludges marketed by Frenz Enterprises from two county commission meetings Here are some tips. Following them can
were serious about security, we did not Inc. are rich in plant nutrients and and was done at a time when all the facts save time, dollars, and disappointment
massacre of 241 U.S. Marines at their let those who' held command organic matter and lower in possible toxic were not available. Learning that undigested when selecting and setting; headquarters near Beirut airport, a respon- metals than those shipped into Florida sludge is being dumped here has you hope to live for years to come.
Pentagon commission placed the blame sibility for-Pearl Harbor at the beginn- from Milwaukee, Chicago, Atlanta not reassured us. '
Source, Shade trees be bought froir
ing of World War II go on to head the Houston and other Milorganite Is processed and sterilized may
for lax security on the entire military states in 'the Union. local nurseries, state nurseries, or order
chain of command. Yet not a single Pacific campaign. Unless someone is Florida Is generally "bedroom" community at a very high cost. Manufacturers lose from mail-order houses. Keep in mind UM
money on the sale of Milorganite but it is
officer held accountable this time, no one will and has one of the most advanced distance between the source of the tree anc
'military was punished. Instead treatment and regulatory in the the least expensive method found in the
systems dJ8.
be accountable next time and another your planting'site.. Mall orders from
President made the noble current nation-wide effort to
find
Reagan United States. ways to
tant firms shippinf
gesture of taking full responsibility for avoidable" tragedy will I doubtless Our product'meets. FL Admin Code Rule safely dispose of sludge, we are told. Ef. periods may are allow,risky because the root long systems tc<<

the losses and said the local com- follOW. (End of quota from Wall .5tr..l Journal.) 17-7.54(6( !! and the grading process pursuant fluent,from the Buckman plant in Duval become dry overheated, or crushed

manders shouldn't be punished for 'not * to criteria: specifiedjn FL Admin added County is to only dried, with amonla or lime Locally grown trees have a. better chance:
Code Rule 17-7.S413)) cut the smell and increase of in thi
fully comprehending the nature of to President Reagan's abortive effort to In keeping with these findings and based nitrogen content, the purpose of which is to spring surviving, especially and growing if there rapidly,is a drastic

day's terrorist threat'. blame the Beirut fiascos on the policiesof on the bonded guarantee Of Frenz Enter achieve the proper acidity. for bacterial climate change.;
.disgestion to take place. It could
prises, line., the Florida Department of contain
"Mr. Reagan took: 'the easy way out,', previous administrations was in Agriculture has approved permits. and harmful pathenogenic: bacteria. Size Usually'a'' homeowner wants to be
we warned at the time," the Journal reality an admission of his. failure to registrations of six new commercial fertilizers Neither is it known what class of sludgewas the largest size tree available, hoping fa
continues. relieving the military of take responsibility for the weaknessesof for sale in Florida. These are pro spread at the Lawtey farm instant shade and beauty. This line o
cessed by Frenz'S Fertilizer Division, herein If disposing of sludge is as simple as thinking, is sometimes fatal to the trw
its minimum his administration. After all he
even responsibilities, the own Florida,for the (City of Jacksonville and dumping it,would the City of Jacksonville because the tree,the greater tin
President is suggesting that it has no had had almost four years to beef up Orlando and; in Tennessee for the City of now be upending millions to improve its incineration transplanting sock. Although this shod
responsibilities at all. That is anything policies of the CIA to thwart terrorists if Nashvilfe.; process?'' varies from one 'species to the nex

but a recipe for avoiding new military they are not to his.liking. It seems a.shame that people given the Recycling human waste' is a desirable because of different root systems, smaller:
responsibility can fake 'issue with goal I. with immense rewards once a cont- t4trees usually, experience the leas
embarrassments in the future. .
Butt as commentator' Anthony Lewis something they have never asked both .(.rfl'.tIm"hud of processing can be shock and.respond most readily in the spring
\ "Tragically, our prediction came to puts it: "...a President who feels no sides about nor educated themselves on. found. .
'
pass last week., No one, it seems, was responsibility himself -. who sees Why (does your paper' not support (the. We doubt the Lawtey awn of Bradford Bark and BratichingCdndiliun. Don'

really in charge of providing adequate failure in ideological terms cannot Concerns of your Agriculturalcommunity's County in with the its high water table, is using'sludll' : ,buy a tree If its bark has been badly gashed
efforts to survive in times of proper manner
security at the recently relocated em provide such leadership. The most By ''Ihe Mr. Frenz it or branches.brpken; wounds are com
terrific[costs: by not allowing them to use way< makes us' mon doorways for disease-cautini!
Beirut. There was a fatal amazing thing about Reagan as a politician fertilizers>> produced from Florida and try w mder who's putting who on when 'the bacteria and fungi. Bark injuries also impair

breakdown in communication among is his success in convincing the ing to force them lo- pay high dollars for heading your stationery read "Frena th.flow of sap from the root system t
the State Department, the intelligence electorate that he is 'a"strong leader', fertilizers amended with! !(sludge shipped 'mid'which'Enterprises Home' of the Sneaky Snake" the tree<< top. Broken branch tips genera!
from JM ktlK-rii cjlk-s? also states "We Pump ly. are not'serious but branches broke
agencies, and the Pentagon,.which had His postures (especially on television) Anything..' .
L. Frenz
George Pres. < near the trunk should be avoided.FiMnunjtertaln .
shortly before removed a larger may look as strong to others, as to him. "I': iKrena: Enterprises' 'n('. -The Editor ..... .
military''' force from guard duty at the But in the concrete' terms that really .' M' T rIUl.ta.f! species i

embassy. The death toll might have measure political leadership, he is just TA ;, trees such aa maple, dogwoods, and rc

been much higher if the driver of the not there. He Is the most passive, the Commodities Recertificotion: October 9, 10Twoadditioni buds art especially likely to develop wee

bomb-truck had not been shot, before remotest President since Calvin ,..\ .,. ..J .' ',. Y-shaped trunk Such trees are prone tKplitlinit
tIIII! i ,'f' ,"" "...," ,,' ''.,".: \ ; "I during storms especially as tbtree's
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Coolidge. "
reaching the embassy building, by a I!"";" ?
l dnyS of recertificationwill ;. and signature crmfirniing thin utatemenii crown becomes heavier: If you haY
:! 'British Special Forces guard, who happened Mr. Lewis continues: "Alexander bet held en Tuesday and Wednesday;; nloplicalio:tlt no'vlwiiTbut |u purchase a forked tre

i to be there protecting the visiting Haig called this White' House, 'a ghost October 9-10V':for recipients of U1(',USUA' .' ," ''I39Pbitt'bN'rP : : prune-off the poorer half of the cmwn wntlJhe
I tn1s Ire
British ambassador. ship'. We have 'a government in which Commodity Program. wlw have not, ) young. In slew year the
v'ER'rl'Gtgl-I.lr: f.
will
: : hardly show.where.the weak fork was"
i "Weren't any lessons' learned from the President does not decide the most already b-1 recCrtifiedl.ClienlDmriy ', Kuinil.v'r'Munthly; "WeeklyfUrr

i'i the' Marine massacre and the earlier urgent issues of policy.: arms control, apply, rom 9 a.m. to :3-ai: !! liumi. Income=. I, .t41l.. of Km S.v lrnuThe six*of the r*

f.t car bombing of the US. Embassy in the priorities of negotiation with the 'p.m.at Inc.1OF.: :si,'.lsool building in llenu wi, -T t'. .MO' Jil; : r system Is a key to good growth. If the tit
Soviet Union Middle East policy We either'etal! 72H I5 W crown Is drastically broader than the reMSy.tl'JU
Beirut, which killed 63 people, including :2 be'arYJ This holds hue for ban
17 Americans, on April 18, 1983 Apparently have unaccountable President. Thatis All ageiW-'te* distributing conmuxlitieH' :1lit :ill: 'root and twilled,an t-bathpped trees too
I. not. Besides the insufficient the larger; and the most chilling reali must recertify& families ''on, the new 4 'I.W! '", ns; for a tree with good,'wide root sy ten
behind conduct the Household Applicatlois'form. 'and inane a ,,!fA 1,291 1 m ,should be as wide as the crown is.
number of barriers ty in
guards
protective Reapn's USDA,Commodity Card to shown each '.;.t via. ; ::11dcf" :
Ilx2"
A weren't fully in 'place on the road Beirut episodes. montl 'ulonif,wilh Identification.! \ :;} .,\ Kuch ?>arks,Different specie of trees prep
isis Ids differing .
conditions an
of soilIWJiIhl
o 'All persona' eligible!) 'r.( >' mvfvv 'i' un- .i"" Add'lll'erxeix '. J.. moisture.It .U.usually beet to ptanTsjpectt

'mtldit f.'I'I' muss| ;meet tip;,fallowing criteria V.Fi'tr. furllio'r liifwriiiulhtu, i'all Oulrruvh' ,.that grow naturally fit your ww, Uy at

and providedtitUmetdalion: current" ,I'rnier,9s-soaa.:4l'$ : ., :k i ',','. I usua% l least WIMMH to .b.y and Mab.
eligibility for Food Stamps U.flU'ifl\ IA1isufll1'IWcurrtdtt : ; .... twin you are unsure about
;'L ; 1 recipient. of AI'|K', ". ., ;ifayorite, ask for help. ,a narttMtll
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1-ru1 Iff need based on (m-onio up lit, J( 'Divistew iC Fomtry'J IMM a boi**
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Mrs Charlie Green Shower Honoree J :!

Mi>. Charlie Green. of Wake kainily room where refre hemenU>* '
Forest, N.C. was honored at a baby were served from an attractively ap4pointed ;
shower Friday night, Sept. 14, given refreshment table Sandra
: : : by Betty'Allen, Anne Greene SanDuncan presided at the punch bowl!)
dra Duncan, Kathy Register, Vicky and Lucy Hodges and Anne Greene
( )!( McKinney, Jerri Lewis, Ann Thorn served the cake v,
ton,Catherine Nix Lucy Hodges!!! Among the approximately 50:
,. Adele Mitchell held\ at the home of guests attending between the hours 7
the tatter:.on Debra Street. 'and 9 p.m. were Mrs. Carolyn
,, Taylor, mother of the honoree; and
Kathy Register greeted the guests
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Mrs. Herbert Green
at the door and directedthem, to the law, her mother-in-',


)i THANK YOU '




j J, BradfordJ4County I I


Your support, for me in the]

I representative race is greatly ap-

; ( preciated. I only wish there was

someway I could show my loyalty to
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// you. We were way ahead until, we

': reached Nassau 'County.. I believe

: Nassau County wants' to keep.. the!
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l \ HOMECOMINGMorgan

\ Road Baptist Church
County Rood 233 *Starke '

Welcomes to'their ',
ar you
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I ; :i / OF PUBLIC HEARINGNotice


itr.a r Jr. Woman's, Club' Real' Estate. News., ., Rummage and Bake Sale is .hereby given that the City of Hampton City Council will hold the

rte;' ,.jCecelia ,The Starke Woman's Club will first of two ,public hearings to address the City's participation in.the Florida
To Meet Monday Night, Terwillegar pleased to have a rummage an* bake sale at
JI1J announce that Bill Dodd, John the clubhouse on Friday Oct. 5, Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.The .
ii.r< The Junior Woman's Club of Greene and David Dodge have joined beginning at 8 a.m.
artc :, Starke will meet Monday night,Oct.' Terwillegar Realty,. 205 N, Temple '
>ertrQe t !:.s < .8, at 7;i30 p.m, at the clubhouse Randy A venue Cory In Starke.has' passed the IlA purpose' of ;this public notice and first public hearing is to inform and

tnla-'t! :: outstanding Florida Broker's score of exam 93. Randy with has an make information available to the public that,((1)) the City, may apply for up to

1 ''Friendship> Holiness' k> his !license with, Terwillegar Realty. $500,000,of the CDBG Fiscal Year 1984 'grant funds; ((2)) ;he range, of activities
titj'!u I; Revival In Progress w, that may be undertaken with CDBG funds for housing and neighborhoodand
DM You Know...........
tw WD$.",, Glen Friendship St; Mary Holiness is hosting Tabernacle a revival of, Friends of Mrs Margie /DW,1) commercial revitalization improvements; include those community
VT* ,'.' now in progress. Featured singers Carpenter will regret to learn that. ,development activities t authorized Ins. 105a) of' Title I of the Housing and
,''. Saturday:night will, be the Gospel she died Saturday in St: Augustine.Mrs.
w 551 tt', ] Travelers. Carpenter was a desk clerk In ,:Community Development Act of 1974, as' amended, and in regulations
the local :
post office years ago If homeis
tf/t1...:.; A W'i, your regarding the federal CDBG Program contained in 24 CFR, Sections 570.200

:E ',,:, '; JESSIE HARRIS destroyed affordto through': 570.206 such as rehabilitation of houses in a target area, demolition

:tcj: >.'. : ." 'OF' can rebuild you ? pf dilapidated ''housing'' and relocation of residents, weatherization and

energy-efficient improvements,. code enforcement, land assembly; or site

is;;,' : Family; Hair 'Designers With Valu-Rite Y1U'can.from preparation for new construction, improvements to deteriorating infrastructure
(S) The I lartfonj
.Irr ". "-, formerl/from'I Orange'ParkSpecializing, .,. If your home {is de. provision of basic services (such as roads, Water,. sewer, and'drainage
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'm ; '
i full
stroyedValu-Rlte's' facilities), the rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities that provide comI -.
.I.- : ; ,value &a-
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replacement
9k.; ; ., : .turewillpaythefullcast I munity services,for target area residents,. the construction of facilities for the
.' in to rebuild it-at <'
''Kxlay's: construction handicapped: and downtown or neighborhood commercial: redevelopment;

I ..... ,Shampoo & Sets ''prlcc.'i.Regardless of ((3)) at least $255,000 or,, fifty-one.percent ((51 %) of the requested CDBG funds

.n-t.,w> tt I prm$ your Don't policy's risk losing limits.your will be used to benefit lowand moderateincome persons; ((4)) the City

rtJ'tW tViXl > ... Colors ,home insurance,to undervalued: 3nd' plans to minimize displacement: of persons as a result planned, CDBG.dc-1,

/ Cuts' The I lartford's Valu- tivities," and ((5)) if any persons are displaced a.result of planned CDBG activities

I. ;, i Call Today... 964.7303 yoUr Rite protection homeand for your", ', the County plans' to assist displaced persons.

"I cot,.... '. _.- BH MBBUHH HBBMMnttiM peace of mind ', ,' ,

{ Don't on! hOlnL'OWnCsinsur.in make. decision .' rbis"first public hearing will''' beheld,: on Tuesday, October 9, 1 1984 at 7:00 j

kvr + ,: 1 PUBLIC' H0TIC'E7tA 'quote' from c without us. a'' |:?p. m.,.jn r the City Council Meeting Room.located. in City of Hampton: City Hall.

w : s. Citizens are encouraged ,attend/their, public, .hearing and express their j

e tk\ |t. ''Town of Brooker HODDESInsurance 'views' concerning: ,the'communtiy development needs of.the City 'to provide

1 . .' ,abqsls,: fpr.the preparation of the Cjty's: ,proposed Fiscal Year 1984,,CDBG Ap1Iplication.
tm''t. '
f'" : :Agency ; Any citizen who desires, pdclitioncil; 'information ''or would like! ,to

'kr ,:, | ,All I interested, persons are; hereby'nofified'tha4' 9644571101A Submit ,written comments;: prior to 't tit public:; hearing i "sh c.>ufc( 'contact. Lola!

,. \..' p..summary ofadoption! budget for Fiscal. Year. :Wwafdj Road Williamson City Cleri4 at theJfqmptq -. ,Hallo! PO.. Box 250", :Hampton '
,
; ."J'*,\\"t' :" !198415'; 'available t ; for public' ,' ..jpspection,)' at AUTO,v LIFE t, MOBILE HOMES. 32d44.or telephone ((904)468-12Q1) s ;AW'/' ,,,,. ; J.'.. :\ ; :; f j rtirrtw,' "
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r..J JI ADK Hold Founder's Day -I]I


Alpha.'Delta Kappa, international Churtfi: mcm6cnkof.Alph 't am'r, j

leachers sorority, observed ma chapter were recognized duringthe
Founder's Week at their meeting program. Those charter',
Monday night at St Mark's parish members were Willie Mae Denton, 'i
house. Ernestine) Mcltac. Laurie Mullins

Sandra Duncan was in' charge of and Erne!flInc Register. I f I

rtR p the Founder's Day program on '. After the program and business 1

I b 7 Founders Day and Fraternity meeting, delicious pumpkin pie, ,I
\ I If / Education. Helping with the presentation punch and nuts were served by
II' II were Eugenia Whitehcad, hostesses Mary Ann' Kyle, Lavon 1
I ..e Mary Agnes Ferguson Lucille Drivas Ernestine Register and I
tfU Payne, i
Monterey Waadin Carolyn Monterey Wasdin:
\ Taylor and Laurie Mullins.
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[ ,\, r it i f Sharon Griffis, Chip Scheetz To Wed Nov;; 24' ,, JI

I r Sharon Dorene'G. is and Donald A reception will. follow ,in the R i

.t. (Chip) Scheetz will be united in mar church fellowship hall. .

c ... riage on Saturday, Nov. 24, at 7:30 All friends and relatives are invited
d
: rr7 .11' : p.m. in the Brooker Baptist Church, to attend.wuurruJOTH".

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: Education Sorority Observes Founders Day... KrncKtlnc Register. correHpundlng 'm-crelary; Carol Redding vice-
president; Janet Gunning prcsidrnl; Donna Hartley recording
Taking purl In -a Founders Day ceremony are Alpha Delta Kappa secretary; Sandra Duncan, ADK Week chairperson; Carolyn Taylor,
(ADK), an education sorority, officers (l-r) Elaine Griffin, membership chaplain and l-avon Drlvax, treasurer.
chairperson; Laurie Mullins. historian; Lucille Johns sghal-arms;

I I Did You Know:.......... ,

Ashley Marie Luther Mario Renzaccl and Paolo Pasqui '

BIRTHS of Trestina, Italy were weekend '
Steve and Joyce Luther of Starke guests of Mr and Mrs. W.S. Petersat Quick Start' : I
nnounce the birth of a daughter, Lindsey Renee Smith Kingsley Lake; ,
born
shley Marie Sept. 27 in

Shand's Teaching Hospital. She Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith of Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Mrs. Jim t
joins a brother, Christopher age 2V4 Starke announce the birth of a my Reddish visited Mr. and Mrs.

years. daughter,Lindsey Renee, born Sept. Glen Reddish in Pensacola Tuesday Works !
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. 14 in Gainesville. She joins a sister,, to Friday. P.'p' ... '
Louise Varnes and the late Curtis Ashley age 2V4 years.

Varnes. Paternal grandparents are Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth spent
Mrs; Betty Baxley and ,James and Mrs. Harold Smith. Paternal Sept. 13-Sept. 29 on a trip to 1
Luther, all of Starke, grandparents are Mary Crawfordand Washington D.C. and also visited Quick Start! its! the fastest Weight Watchers program ever. And it's a proven suc

the late Tom Crawford all of their son, LCDR Barry Firth in Nor- cess .because hundreds of thousands have tried it and. lost weight. quicker. the .1.
Starke. Paternal great grand- folk, Va very first weeks.
Jeffrey Scott Taylor Jr parents are Catherine and Morris Quick'Start Is simple and sensible. Irs flexible too. with a practical exchange
Perry, also of Starke. Mrs. Buzzy Green and Mrs. J. system that allows you to substitute the foods that you like. And the appetizing ;
Mr. and Mrs Jeffrey Scott Taylor, Ellis Byrd attended the Woman's Teena R.JohnsonTimothy easy-to-follow menus consist only of real foods-no food substitutes or ,
Sr. of Lawtey announce the birth of a Jonathan Richard NugentMr. Club FFWC fall board meeting Hoover supplements.Quick '
son, Jeffrey Scott Taylor, Jr., born Saturday to Monday- Greenlefe Raedell Johnson Start Is far more than just a food plan. It's a proven approach to weight '
Sept. 2 in Shand s Teaching and Mrs. Richard Nugent oi Resort Greenlefe Fla. I Teena control that teaches good eating!;!habits, behavior modification even easy exercises
Hospital. Starke announce the birth of a son, 'Timothy Royce HooverTo you can do at home. And in our supportive group! environment; trained lead
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Jonathan Richard, born August 20i I in Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief Wed Oct. 6 ers and fellow members encourage you every step of the way. /, r j
and Mrs. Wayne E. Massey and Alachua General Hospital visited Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill We're accepting enrollments now for the Quick Start Program. So, call Weight .
great? grandparents are Mr. and Gainesville in Indialantic over the weekend. 'Watchers today Hurry! f. I
and Marlene Johnson
Mrs Hubbard C. Harley and Pastor Maternal grandparent are Mr Jimmy an- All you need is Quick Start, and you'll really take off, '''
A.E. Massey all of Lawtey. Pater- and Mrs. Curtis E. Sullivan. Mater Carolyn Norman Gundlach and. nounce the engagement and ap-
nal grandparents are Mrs. Carolyn nal great grandparents are Mr. and Joe Newman were married Sept. 22 proaching marriage of their -4
Taylor of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leon C Sullivan. in a beautiful ceremony"at the homeof daughter, Teena Raedell, to tI r----- l I Iq: i '
Timothy Royce Hoover, son of Rev. 1; 1
Bobby Taylor of Lawtey. Great Paternal grandparents are' Mr her parents Mr. and Mrs. W.H.
grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Paul C, Nugent Sr., all of Andrews. The couple returned froma Dick and Grace Hoover, all of
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Eatman of Archer. Starke. trip to Maryland and Virginia on Keystone Heights.A
Saturday, October 6, wedding is.
Saturday and are residing in Orange
Park, planned in the Keystone Heights
Community Church.All P PE

.41 Did You Know........... Betty Allen Ann Greene and Ann friends and relati\s are In-
Thornton attended the DMR vited to attend.
Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwinwas distributors show in Cocoa Sept.
last Thursday visitor of her 22-23 and brought back two .
"p- sister Mrs.J.H. Fields. paintings there. that' they painted original while' ;'>:! 'Did You Know.. .......... E ". 6

The ..Methodist Women's Sunday IC';' ,uuw
,p+bpo ;A ,al Kf ,school cWaa celebl'atedlheblrthdaR "'+F; 'JIQi"+;;M'and' ...,Mohi a>t lf'uBA ',",, "1'f'\ /, Pamela ft '' ( Reddish; .ot.SUAugus4nev''lher.m'l \ .' e 1 tdgia
Telkens last Tuesday,SePt. '' 'R N t' rvdek\Avlyd : tt Y' N
of Winter''
Joyce Haven- were visiting- her 'mother' 'Mrs.: Drew+ 13eddish,\\Wh11e In LJieiio
25, with luncheon at China brother-in-law and sister; Mr.:,and Mr. Reddish was out of town on
Restaurant Mrs. W.H. Andrews Monday business.
through Wednesday of last week, ; 9

Duplicate Bridge Club scores Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Herresi WEIGHT
Sept. 25 were: first-Jack and Louise Mrs. Edward Ferry of Kesalvik WATCHERS
i & in
f pent Sept. 17 18 Atlanta where
Burnette second Rhea Johnson Iceland will the
The Robert Scotts ; spend weekend with she attended the Image Impact
and Lora Francis third Cecelia her Mr. and
; parents, Mrs, At Kay School for color and wardrobe
Terwillegar and Lillian Daniel; Carlisle '. ''
To Celebrate 50th fourth Ida Shaw and Myldred Cut- analysis. On Wednesday, they STARKE'
toured in Helen Ga.
Alpine Village ,
tino. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby attended (0 St. Edward Catholic Church \
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott of the funeral of her brother
Friends of Mrs.
: Margie D.W.)
Lawtey will celebrate their 50th Howard A. Andrews Sunday in Carpenter will regret to learn that 441 1 N Temple Ave. Starke Mondays 6:30: pm,
wedding anniversary by renewingtheir Out-of-town guests at the Tina Ozark Ala., who died of a heart at- she died Monday in St. Augustine. : ,;I II"

marriage vows on Saturday, Brown/Bill McRae wedding on Sept. ,' Mrs. Carpenter was a desk clerk In
Oct. 6.Family. 22 were: Mr. and Mrs. James Drewof tack.Mr. "
and friends are invited to Williston. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and Mrs. Paul DiVito and son, |the,I local I post office years ago. New and rejoining members should arrive,15 minutes prior .'j!

attend the event at Mount Zion Langston of Columbia, S.C., Paul Robby of West Palm Beach Kay Richard Gaines underwent neck to scheduled meeting time. $18 to Join (registration and.'J. '
A.M.E.Church in Lawtey at 5 pirn.: A Erwin and Ms. Patricia Prentis of Turner of Mandarin and Janet Tuesday in North Florida first
: surgery meeting included
reception honoring the couple will be West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turner of Starke spent the weekend 'Regional Hospital, ) $6 weekly. NO CONTRACTS.
held at .the Lawtey Recreation Chew and Mrs. Jack Newcomer of with Mr. and Mrs.Grover. Howard in Special rates for youths and Senior Citizens.

Center following the ceremony, Tampa,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsof Awnwna,,._.., .Dn.b..._. ,,". 'For more Information '
from 5 to 6 p.m. Scoring, Mrs. Curtis Brown Miss o call TOLL FREE

The Scotts were married on October Tami Bryen and Mr and Mrs. 18003429155..
9, 1934. in Lawtey where they Duane Bryan, Jessica and Chris of BEN HOLTZENDORF.


I Scott have both has over served resided 20 years on over the, and Lawtey 50 years.is now Commission Mr.in- Flynn George Valdosta, Mr.and Ga.and,Tiffany Mr.Mrs..and Fred, Mrs.Mrs.Brlnson.Mr Jack Bill. Will be a Full Time County h' Commissioner.. (((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((Quick. Sfart.. \ :

; his third term as mayor. He is also a and Mrs. David Hayden and Dist. 5 ; Republican PROGRAM "
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i member of the County Zoning April of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. rormMv Weigh!Watches Internationrt 4 me 1984 owner of the Wmghi Walchers and Quick StM l trademarks, ; ;
't Board. Waldo Brown and Miss Tar Taylorof I' I

The Scotts have two sons; John Macclenny Mrs. Will Stevensonand .

and Jimmie, both of Lawtey. Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ..... -- .- -11: :< .w.,."
Frazee and Harlan Jennings of


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,i,";j' Ii,. ;.',. 'I i ''i\f.Y.! : l la'lfcfd'l (Miw 4 y I dt:: Mh"r dG( \n t 'lk Katie) d.pn\ ,! .' '1:.: Mrs. 'Vlrgie "'Barksdal jrcturnvd {hater in th/f/ CVenlng'attlcr James Among'ImrKirtanl Itt'm.In the
; 1 Jos ICon't\e\ Ijth i;;' ,, lI'rtlll, (, i iT !! 'homo" last week: following several O'Neal of Jacksonville's Christ the agenda are planning? fur the Annual
Saturday Bake Sale suprised when her neighbors, the h in iGalnesvillef'pri"Sat. months hospitaliiallon. and
Members Chur I Best wishes King Catholic Church visited Hollowcun Carnival scheduled for
'' Macedonia of the Hampton Reed family. {treated her to lunch at ., Sept. 29. Patti served asya: f6r better health! spent the night Before leaving the Oct 27, election of the PTA Vice
Church Steakhouse in
duct a bake Bapitst sale will con the Western Steer bridesmaid in the ceremony 'They Father Wat rin Visits next morning Father Watrin and President and discussion of the
until noon at the on Bradford Oct. 6, 9:00: a.m. Starke In..celebration af.her birthday .'also'attended the wedding receptionheld Eugene Watrin, a J(.'utl Father q'Neal corvcvlenrated Mass at School Safety Patrol program. ,
Plaza in Square Sept. 25. at the\ Thomas Center. Missionary in Nepal, visited his the Francis Meng home. Super p.E. Students
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the Proceeds will go to She enjoyed"another celebration Visitors >'.' '' cousins, the Paul Meng .family and Note of Appreciation Those named Super P.E. Students
and youth for painting their church, when her family members gathered Among recent visitors af.Mrs. the Francis Meng family on Sept. 26 Donnie LoU wishes to thank alt for for the week, Sept. 24 to 28 are: Edward
any support will be appreciated. for a reunion at the Lake Geneva Clarice Adkins were her sister;Mrs.. {and 27 On Wednesday evening their kindness in any way that was Baker, Edward Becker, Tracy
Wallace Army Reunion home qf Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith. Jewel Morris and Mrs. lacy father' Walrln offered Mass for the shown to him during his recent McCullough, Samantha Truman,
Collins''attended the, reunion Also present were Mr. 'and Mrs. 'Culbreath ,of Macclenny. Meng! families. Also present was hospitali/ation and recuperation. He Danielle Mersey.. Joey Hall, Melissa
of
the 226th Hdq. Army Battery Calvin Richard of Ocala, 'Mr. and Hospitalized Father Joseph Finlay pastor of St. ''is thankful for all the concern Byrd and Rhone!/! Estes.
held on Sept.20, 21,and 23 In Colorado Mrs. Emory Prevatt, Sr., Mr. and in Edward's '
Mrs. Belle Brown is a patient Chruch in Starke. prayers, monetary and physical help Mr. Keith Tetstone, Coach chosen
'' Springs Colo. The thirty-three atten Mrs. Stare preva.tt'Jr'l"nd Emory Room 659 at Alachua General Following the Mass the group had he has received in his return to health students weekly) on the basis of
dmg had spent three years together in HI of on a Hospital .Gainesville.. We wish her dinner Later Father Watrin and In the building of his new home. 'cooperation and participation in'the
Germany during World War [i. fish dinner and ended the day with a improved health. showed sides of life in. Nepal depicting Hampton Elementary School Physical Education classes held each

"L On Sept ms 15, Wallace. spent the night decorated birthday cake the poverty of- the--- people nf that____ _PTA__,Meeting! day. at the school.
wun daughter and family, Len
Knox In Fayetteville, Ga. The next
day he traveled to the home of his Ar

my buddy,James Kb'byln Nashville,' eM
Tenn. From there they drove in a x r

motor home to Colorado enjoying the

r-.1:; beautiful scenery along the way.
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"'Liturgical Workshop Held

On Thursday night, Sept. 27, Rev
Father John Dux, pastor of St.

r Madeline's Catholic Church In'High !' ENTIRE STOCK OF COKE DIET

1 I Springs,, conducted a', Liturgical What to do-
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Workshop at St; 'Edwar 's Church.
t Father Dux explained the duties of FRAGRANCES CAFFEINE

ushers, lectors and musicians, as Ask EckerdPharmacist. 7.00-10.00 FREE COKE?_, 1 '
your .1 Peg.
well as acolytes in the celebration of

'r the Eucharistic Liturgy.;Following 20% QFF1 Or SPRITE t
the instruction which included a i J 2-LITIH

question and answer sessl.Father. REGULAR PRICE ADVANTAGE

I Dux celebrated Mass. Your Eckerd Pharmacist is *&*'
Parishioners were then invited by SUNGLASSES r:

I the Pastor, Father'Joseph FinlaYr to concerned .about your family's ,limit 2 please
refreshments in the parish hall. 50% OFF
and
I The refreshment table was health wellness. ,
covered with a white linen cloth and REGULAR PRICE

1 centered,with an arrangement of
pine cone lilies, pink roses and

I greenery. Hors doevures, sandwiches /Iel1 aI C. 1,,,,,,,,y1W/11rAM _
,, breads',. cakes and
beverages were served. .
,', Mrs.; ,Antoinette Coss and Mrs. I '
I GerrL Phillips were in Charge of ar e aZtttir

. :rangements for the reception 1 Ia tte
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green beans, posches'cinnamon. 'roll, 3 4.
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MOlld.y-P''.",, hamburgers j french. fries. I ) BRUSH KIT
milkshakes.:' "" *VP-DD R0.12.09
Tvesdsy-French fries.' mllkshskes,"plaza, MAX FACTORPANCAKE ---.r.' ........ # 9.99 .
cheeseburgers or s+nprtc
Wedaesstay-Hamburgerftt. .' Jrenth, .fries,
+t. milkshakes,pizza. .. .> bThMrNayMllkahaku'hvncb ; PAN-STIK MAKE-UP .._- ", jQQMer In Rebats
; : fries, plaia,
YOUR alOlel' -' '
cheeseburgers., ,, i"J. ,' ) < ;GLADE 6.99 ra.rawured
FrteayFrenahelek;.Apbaar namburgers,, ReQ.1.00 d SPIN-FRESH Dual heats.
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milkshakes. ",t' 372 .. '.i':":' ,
Each day atudents have. a Pholce: of type:A PItiGLynch It't.itafCLAIROL l. ..: I" BATHROOM -
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or Salad Ban '. "} .... :iff: ewrer AIR FRESHENER
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t,,., ,-1y .r \ tt. .. r .VITAPOINTE ,,, Gbftle! 1.09 =-
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The LawteyPTO sponsor _I'' ... / p -50c ,
annual Halloween Carnival on : SAVERBUTTERSCOTCH
Saturday,Oct'37. A costume parade i02' BROCK 59C r'parr DAZEY FOOT

.will start the activities at 4:43 p.m. "' \ 199 DIS with",the"traditional smoke/fried VASELINE "-' """'
,SOURBALLS purchasf. of two' 19.88'raMF1
millet dinner,and booths opening at BABY POWDER' .or. STARLIGHT MINTS C.
)Srt>.m, Dinners will be$3 per plate BABY OIL I __ OLYMPICSPINNING ;' 3.00 Mm Ktotn ,
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of fried or smoked mullet," "
consisting
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baked beans coleslaw. hushpup- 9 .
: ;9srTOOSat, I .. REEL&ROD,
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pies;and iced tea orcoffee.; 1 "" COMBO control switch.
", a RemIhgton r '
Raffle items this year are : IS2II06S EQUITY KEYWOUND
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Lazy-Boy rechna-rocker,and a Cabbage NUT1dl4-NAlL- Co CLHS i I i TYPING TRAVEL' ALARM Or

I Patch doll.Tickets can be picked -, NAIL.TREATMiNT 1 PAPER 2199' BASIC ALARM CLOCK

".. .>. < up in the school office Everyone!: DROPS *102-Sor la Invited to attend. KIT aslm v, MO Of SO .300SMIITS. .. &M YOU CHOKI
dollar ....4.85 41 FkAYOai wrnolrrnrl ...1. ,
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contest $
< 'In the costume Typing '
., ;prizes will be given to each of the" CORTAID Typing = 488 ,. .. ,

1 '..',."; ; Most following Scariest categories; and Best* Most All Original Round.;. .379 ,' HVDROCORT1SONE? 119 zm "Y ; ;A'- .Q,;,
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.Kindergarten Mrs. Payne class 800..:.::....::_.:.. :". :r..9..Qj-
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anIJlal'walkMs..B Yett.. class;

fish pon ; ,Flrst.grade.. ; 'Mra, I
;Shufard' "-a.nd M...* Johnson',

.. ,lasses grade Mpr/.prison: Kirkland'' crawl and; Second. Mnlsamiltan'li' . ; .OPEN DAILY 9 to 9. SUNDAY; 9 to 6.:Sale P JC'es good thru sat,..o t.(

!1 '. :classes;' sweet tooth ;FOR A GOOD ,tOOK" CHOOSEECKERD'S ,
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t..,, JLawtey both of them. ,;:-; I&$$' ;, 3.tk! Moore until'*t<';','", *turd4\, \l'dltd'\i 'fh'e y haveVisited' 'Jhe&ttyfVprayers; '"*r*> ,?..-.,.,.?, 'thi.Inspiration:' Sin '-.Itf?\\i, I :
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: by Elizabeth Terry time, Let's pray for"both her and Chief and Mrs WaynftSJGiwttfson visited' their sister-in-law. Mrs. with herv $ ? *& ; <;: \M Jacksonville Saturday night ".: : .'
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and children of St Manr_ Ga'1 pent f Mrs. '. I'
Ray. / Bruce MrgCapolyilXingladaughra, Carolyn-'Holmes is a patient
782-3300 in
phone Boyer on Saturday Tmpa.
Laura Lee Dobbs came home with the weekend with their parents Mrs f/lr. and Mrs Lea McClellan spenta Stephany and Tiffany" and their In Bradford Hospital, Inc. Our',"
her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Bill Dobbs, and' Sister week at Hart Springs friend Kitty spent Sunday afternoon prayers: are with her.Bill .
Church Activities... Dobbs, for a week. Chris. met lots of friends.Campgroundand Mrs. with their parents and grand- and Rhonda Tillotson spent ,1
Sunday, Oct. 7, Grace United Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Sr. McClellan spent lots new of time fishing parents,Mr. and Mrs. B.L. WiTklson, three days vacation in Orlando,wentto w'
Mrs. Nora Thompson's home was .
hosts for
Methodist Church will have a Sand- were a birthday dinner for and Jr. Disney World and EPCOT.. They,
swimming. In fact she
the setting for a bridal shower for their son-in-law and daughter.'' Mr. caught also attended 'Festival :
Sr. the Florida
wich Supper which will be followedby 50 fish while there. Also while there, Mr; and Mrs. Jim McCarley, x
Margaret Smith. About 25 enjoyed childrenon ,
guests
and Mrs. Gary Wheeler and Jr. exhibit. ft,
a church conference. Dr. McCoy their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley,,
the occasion. She received Sunday,Sept. 23. Alabama to Mrs.Janet Norman hosted by >
and was
Gibbs, our new district superintendent and Mrs. Johnny Tomlinson and daughters went to "
will have charge. Everyone is many useful gifts. Punch cake, Mrs. Bethna Estes spent ten daysIn their daughter, Mrs. Vickl Revels visit their:'parents and grand- her co-workers at Lawtey Correctional :
cookies,etc.were enjoyed by all present Riverside Hospital for surgery In parents. Institute who gave her a baby \U
invited.Sunday, Oct. 21, Grace 'United The shower was given by Mrs. Jacksonville. She was able to come and Starke sons, visited DeWitt them and on Saturday Bret, of The ladies of the First Baptist shower with 30 to 35 attending. They it,\ '.
Crawford and Mrs. Nora
Methodist Church will celebrate its Sherry home Thursday Our prayers are afternoon. Church of Lawtey hosted'' a baby enjoyed a luncheon in her honor;She I-'i'
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96th anniversary. Dr. Durwood Thompson.Mrs. with her. and shower for Mrs. Janet Norman on received a variety of useful gifts .
Henry Hodges daughter,
Sheryle Rosier was admittedto Mrs. Linda Lee of Palm Harbor is the which and ,
McDonnell will be the guest speaker. Sarah, attended the stock Tuesday night 11, in among > was a high chair I
car racesat
1 First Baptist Church observed Bradford Hospital, Inc. on Thurs- spending several days with the National church fellowship hall. About 30 play pen and all kinds of little out- t I
day for tests. She was able to come Robert Lee's.Miss Gateway Speedway at ladies and cake, fits. I
were present
fellowship for those with birthdays Lake
supper City on Saturday night.
home Sunday afternoon. Our Rachel of Jacksonville .
Boyer \ punch,cookies, etc.were enjoyed by '.
and anniversaries in the Mrs. Rebel Mciver of Ocala Church
spent Activities.
prayers are with her. to visit her sister, Mrs. Fred useful ..
came all. She received a variety of
month of September on Sept. 30 In last week with her sister, Mrs.
the Fellowship\ Hall. Charley Mosley and son, De- Moore Tuesday night and they attended Wilma Wainwright. Her sister, Mrs. gifts among which were a car seat, The youth of Grace United :
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Wayne, both are getting along fine, the funeral of time kinds of
all
a long Doris Savage Perser of Lake stroller, carry-all and Methodist Church had a car wash on I
Personals... following their surgery. DeWayne'sfamily friend of theirs, Mrs. Mildred Ken- visited her blankets, and clothing (for' both a Saturday. There was a big turnoutand !
Asbury, on
Thursday.
hopes he will be able to come dricks in Ocala, on '
Wednesday. boy and ) it far than1'they
a girl was more successful I
Many thanks to each one who has Happy to hear that she is getting
given me items for more than 12 home Monday. Our prayers are for Miss Boyer, remained, with Mrs. .along so well. Lots of local friends Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman at had expected it to be. !

years. Please accept our apology for __
the news which did not get in the Presenting An Exclusive Offer On Beautiful .
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paper on Sept. 27. We assure you it ::
was because of lack of space. It will ,
be in the paper Oct. 4. Ascot Fine Porcelain China
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent .
Wednesday until Friday with her

sister Gainesville.Mr. Mrs.. C.E. Strickland, in w 3-PIECE PLACE SETTING

and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of \

Hilliard spent Friday night with '.., ,. '
their mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders. ,I ,_
Mrs. Debbie Alig is a patient in ,I'I''
Lake Butler Hospital. Our prayersare I '1

with her. ." ,
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Mrs. Florrie Manning will go to EE!,
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Alachua General Hospital, 1 .
Gainesville, on Monday. She is total- ,
ly blind in her left eye, Let's all pray : ,I
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs 'visited "'i. \\i !

I and their Mrs.son Mike and daughter-in-law Dobbs and daughterin Mr. With One Filled Card :", ::: ". I ,


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Mrs. Ona Hardee and her sister,

Mrs.Mountains Avie Monday Austin, went and stayed to Smoke until: Start your 3-Piece Set Includes: Dinner Plate Cup Saucer !l '

Wednesday night in Tennessee. new collection PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE .' ..
They went with Mr. and Mrs Oscar today/Bui'ds THURS., OCT. 4 THRU WED., OCT.
Vanzant of Callahan. ,_.+ 10,1 1964. WE REDEEM FEDERAL x 1
Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafsonand complete service / FOOD STAMPS. 'GROCERY: _" 1: j jt'
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daughters, of St. Marys Ga., for twelve ,
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spent the weekend with their sister, : \ "Jit, with
or more .
Miss Chris Dobbs.
Charlie Mosley's wife got a pass m. "f\\, lm.ourplanl PLANTATION BRAND Buy-1 Get-'l Free!". I
for him to be home Sunday, but he .1 ''IIOO : SlicedBacon : '," ; 'I
will have to back to for 1 .1.I r '
go hospital (,
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two weeks. Let's pray for him. .' (.' ., ,... A & W RootS
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the Bradford-Union Retired ;, REGULARORSUGARF.REE"
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Teachers Association meeting in C'jt'.H' f.. ,.
Lake Butler Thursday. tlJ ., .QZGA ,

Dewayne Mosley of Highlandcame h___ ''':: 991116PACK1 LIMIT PLEASE" \ II I I

home last Monday and his con- -'.. '. -12-02 ..
dition is fair. Let's pray for him. '
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Lloyd Harris of Tampa is in / Quaker '.
Veteran's Hospital and his conditionis ; LJMITX3 WITH A $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER Quick Grits ,,. ., 1.29 ..; t
critical.Mr. ,"" ."
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Mrs. Annette Wiggins, and Mr. tunl <.' : u.s.DA.'TOp CHOICE Ra Sauce';"" 1S9'i/ ,
Mrs. Charlie Arwood of Jacksonvilleand ,'U -., .'. r. ,,' J.I' Spaghetti (,' ,
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Mr. and Mrs. B.L,.Wilkison, Jr" ,;. ..,. \j.o"-) .. \ $ t mJ "', ';., : ; "
of Starke Sunday dinner guests" '
of their mother were Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, ,, ? "l Bottom-Round 159d.cnl.Spaghetti; :,,' 1 e0 .59...x.:

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Sr.Miss Roast LB OR NACHO CHEESE! ?"'" .
Charlotte McKinney, grand- '
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wood, who were former residents of I.j'.m.1 I\,1\>IQ( '
Lawtey, came through Lawtey on ,LEAN MEAT>j; FRESH < .,: ,:'" .:n,' ,ti '

Sunday afternoon and stopped by to PorkPicnics :: ,' ) \, .,',.J,
Mrs. Fred Moore and Miss ,
see EX-LEAN> 8 9. Mahatma '1'"' '
Elizabeth Terry on their way to their aovER .99U&DA !r
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new .,
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Mrs. Sheryle Rosier's condition is Yellow Rice !'I"
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Whole Lamb Legs..w1.99 $ .. ,,:,+ ,l
October 7.12 set 1.J:,.. :,
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as Fire .Prevention WeekIt Cubed Chuck Steaks. ; .is 2,99 Bone'lesS$24'9 1Q.ot ,' ': :, :. /r'' .:' ,

began on Sunday, October 8, U S.DA TOP CHOICE CUT*WRAPPED FREE .." l\ .' ,it

1871 at the close of an unseasonablewarm Whole Bottom Rounds .Ls1,49GOLD ,,., ....,..
day in Chicago. Legend has it KIST-BREAST PATTIES BREAST STRIPS : PINEAPPLE ..". ""1>...r :'t.' "..
that at approximately 8:45: p.m. a CHICKEN NUGGETS HEAT A SERVE ..
cow owned by one Mrs. O'Leary Fried Chicken . '. 1;2f'2.59 TOP QUALITY' SLICEDQuarter Del Monte Juice ,...?; \. t:.::,ear 1.29 4_;.i.";'
kicked over a latern in a hayfilledbarn. CHICKEN'I,
TYSON'S BEEFOR ,

Whatever. the cause, the fire that Chicken ers..3 CUP 1.00 $169' Herb or BouHHon CubesFf59. : ;" .::+'

followed swept 2,150 acres of SINGLETONS MINI' ROUNDS av .
Chicago. Thousands of buildingswere Breaded. Shrimp: . 14-0Z PK 2.49 Pork LOIII REGULAR OR 'Grape Juice >. ::99\ In>.' \
destroyed at a loss of some$175 star
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million. The toll of human lives was 10OZ ;I I"<{, '"

250.The Insurance Information Institute ? U.S. Inspected: Mealy t;, June Boy Sweet Relish .. 7 89. ::

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reports the catastrophe so g. 1 V ?;. ,:
stirred the nation that fire and other
safety authorities observe the an- Turkey Drumsticks 5LBS&OVER' .. Ocean Spray .
niversary of the tragedyduring LB ,:);;, k

Fire Prevention Week proclaimed ,Gt!,.. ,
annually by the President remind .. . .. Grapefrultt.Julce: ; ;(\
citizens of the ever-present . .' :rl
PINK ,' 'oJ'' 1Jtf.!)
REGULAR Off ) ,
danger of fire. ,. .. : 1" I...,. 'h rij ;,;;J'
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year About is October every 45 712.seconds fire breaks IN STORE DELI/BAKERY DAIRY/DELI $129' ? Jwt;: ;

out.in a home in the United States. _
Each year fire takes close to 7,500 HALF POUND 4 4SOZ '
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property damage. So the observanceof Lean nSlngles . P a',2.49''' '.' ',1 ""I'.,
Fire Presention Week is an excellent 39'Amerlc' ElROD40HUNK/WNIPPEDGREASYOIET

against time to the begin chance taking of fire.precautions Boiled $1" Cottage( :hesse . .ct 1.99" IBAKERY w ; ;
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Heating equipment, especially Ham PANTRY PRIDE SWEETMILK OR SUTTAMILK.I.I., 'PANTRY PRlDttFrench"- .

wood-burning stoves and fireplaces Biscuits,;. ,. .- 4 $3 ,.89 Stick .Bread '2'lsor: ""A::99: ; .i
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has been singled out by prevention STORE BIJCRD ALUFUVORS 4' > if" '
officials as one of the leading causesof Corned BeefIMPORTED HALF'1.9' Dannon Yogurt. ., /-;;ct J:. .59 ''PANTRY PND Bread .59 I
residential fires. : >' i POUND < It ,. PUI1-A-Pad '. ,2 .iegtl, ,,'
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blamed for a staggering 35.2 percentof Salad HALF 1.99 ;\
Neptune
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< BreadFried &
all such fatalities In 1981. Cooking, $159 King, Size ,. "
COUNTRY PRIM '
fires cause or the suspected most injuries Incendiaryfires ,and incendiary Chicken 'A-:8A1;: ,5.59. ," :,. ,. '.' ..I.., !':'I.

have caused the highest dollar' ', '-Z* ;"*.? ; '"t""

J> losses.Even In households- where fire Sausage FRESH BAKED &. Becuit. ,.'.HOT"'CI". 10 EAT' ;:*r', (.59, Juki"2./9'' 9. .' ,$,
; prevention Is practiced, fire Torpedo. RoHs . !:. ,.. ..',.'89 : "I.i"
sometimes erupts. So for extra protection ". .,,
install and maintain an &! .7'9'l .'Ir
$ 109MEAT
eonBread ,1' :rer _
: early-warning smoke or heat detection ,w.-. LOA? > ', at u ... '.ti
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.t system to alert your family to ,FRESH MACS ,. -" .' ; ,-'. .'" l'' .. r .u. .. -1; .Jr': !;- "r..Rf_4,.: I i
the presence of,a fire in the home. 'Bfueberry fftns -'. ,, ,,i'..".-. Boles I ,OR BE6P! ...-.. 'J' I f:r';"

; About household 80 (per fires''occur1 cent of between all alert fatal 10 : "l'i. 'i ",. ''SUNNYtANO MEAT ** f. 112-0p/: ,Set: Your, Tabl'With..... : j" : :
and 6 thus an ALL .ATU ;
p.m. p.m. NEW YORK STYLE "" sAMERICAN ,1..39 : '.
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I do fire rehearsed not drills.eliminate Map family TWO the escape need escape for plan a routes well and I WlwQWALTNCrsSUClH'.Turk y 'P)f.... .i'Jjtf\1.. \ .'09'' ',: iWeekr, : I i ttt'j.rer, 3't.\ ... .1., ... .fJ....t ;

from each room, especially the lIE I ..I Salad'sEeoerArtJSArsTowB, ; ': I l,. I
J. bedrooms and practice using them: |N THE SERVICE DElBAK BY,STOPFB.ONLY. i furkeyliiMi. .' rf'" +II:; .r:, ,d ...PI( : : .59 :,..1..; + :" 1t ," !
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To help you ensure the safety of 'i ...I"111I"- I S+ \ ,'. < ,1r, ;. I

your family, the Institute Is offeringa ,. ., ,. h '),,<_ era's. .
j free leaflet on the basic things you #,TARKE-430 WESTMADISON'STRLET
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Crews Is New Pastor at Brooker Baptist I

No More Heodches I.. .

For the pent couple of months I have,j bear taking Chiropractic treatments from Dr.'Ropson for Levers! h4pada h.. which I h :
Youth
Rev. Andrew H. Crew* ofClarkaville employed as Minister of and
hove hod for about(two yean I war\ on medication but dldt,.gat any totting result", |lust temporary relief. After two weeks of + Va. was called to the Youth Music at the Clarksville Bap.
treatment by Dr.poison; my headachm vxene 1 less frequent Afterleveral more weeks of treatment my heodachei which had Brooker Baptist Church to be the tist Church and was instrumental
been occurlng four or five times a week When I fiat started my treatment,have now cleared up completely. To anyone who new pastor Sunday, Aug. :$. puppet ministry, the Children's
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hot a chronic sinus condition,osl I did, I suggest you give Or.Dopson a try. I know you can be helped the same 011 I have been. Rev. Crews comes to the areaS Church and Bible Studies.
from an extensive background in Andrew Crews grew up In Bradford -
Gerald Guillen County and attended Grace
.. religious services. He served as
youth minister, Sunday school Baptist Church in Starke, where he
teacher, Bible studies, visitation met and married the former Cheri
15 Years Experience counselor and various church activities Lynn Scheetz in 1980. Their first
,\: at Grace Baptist Church in child, a' girl, Angela Beth Crews,
,". Starke. was born in Virginia, in January
Dr. Ronald Dopson ChiropracticI. ." 1982. 'are their
Crews began his ministry while in They expecting se-
cond child In October.
; his third year of college 'at the
I. ((904)) 964.8018 I :.;;.: 'I" University he of Florida at Gainesville ford Rev.High Crews School is a graduate and is the of son Brad of:
where earned his Bachelor
of
No Charge for ConsultationMost "S' Science degree in business administration. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews of
Starke. Cheri, also a graduate of
Insurances Accepted ..' BHS, is a strong supporter of her
While working on a Master of husband's ministry,a housewife and
-' ,,' -,. ," .;........ .__ Divinity degree at,, Southeastern' mother and is the daughter of Rev.
Crews Seminary in Virginia, Crews was and Mrs. Don Scheetz of Starke.
The public is cordially Invited to
attend services at the- church: ,

Dessert Dishes And Bread & Butter Our Bonus Certificate Plan Is 18 located in Brooker.one block Sunday north of school Highway 9;43

a.m. Morning worship it- a.m.
Plates At Reduced Prices To Complete Church training, 6:30: p.m. and
EasyAs 1,2,3... Evening worship at 7:30: p.m.
Your Place Setting ,

Accessories 1 SU' OP S ..I' ". 'j. ";. I,: ; School News ,''
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These matching accessories ana also available to complete' With us every week. This exclusive! :offer Is only one of the" many', SES Open House...

your collection.: Each accessory piece is available throughout t/",*-,3:,:('4$, .(I,:.'-::' values you'll find in our siomJ'*\ *$; *$; *\WK! ; : '*-.," y-.f'I'!tft !,: wfr'; ;\ **!?' > The; Starke Elementary School
/ the entire program withno, purchase requirement. "" PTA
_, ;" \' -.rt : ;; .0, "' : sponsored an,Open House Tues'
2.SAVE : r'' 'day night, Sept. 11, in the cafeteria.
'S : John Walker president, welcomed
parents, teachers, and other gueststo
The Bonus Certificates you'll receive every time you purchase $5.00 in, the meeting.Officers .
groceries (you'll get two certificates with each $10.00 purchase, three for the upcoming year'
with $15.00 etc.). Use our convenient folder to collect your certificates.. were elected at the meeting.New of-
ficers are: John Walker, president;
Helen Murphy,vice president; Betty ,
COLLECT Hildebrand, secretary, and Jan
Jackson treasurer.
Your 3-3c. place setting when you redeem your Bonus Certificate card, The PTA made a $79 donation to
'a FREE place setting with 40 certificates, only$2.49 with 30 certificates, the county math competition to purchase
$4.99 with 20 certificates, $7.49 with 10 certificates. Or if, you prefer, trophies and awards for student -
winners in the
purchase the 3-pc. place setting for $9.97 with no Bonus Certificates. Principal Wayne county.McLeod introduced .
And don't forget, dessert dishes and bread & butter plates are only 89$ the Starke Elementary''
each. ; .'. School staff, and conducted a room
GROCERY
I count at the same time. Mrs.DeValerio's. .
... .third'grad class won
WASHINGTON STATE first place, with Joe Watson's
Quaker NEW CROP kindergarten class second,and a tie
developed for' third place between .
EXTRA FANCY DEUCIOUSExtra Mrs. Frees and Mrs. Shroeger's second
Oats graders. '
S A Halloween carnival update,
REGULAR OR QUICK LargeRed s- ... established Saturday,Oct.27,from 2
: to 6 p.m.' for' the schooll.carnival.
Parents and teachers were encouraged -
9'9" I to sign up to help with a
Apples. booth. A supper will be held during
18OZStlOZ LB carnival, as well as a variety of fun
a activities for young and old alike.
*..... Mr. McLeod explained the,+'new
reading series, Harcourt, Brace, I

Success RIce . .1. .' 1 ..49ai NEW WASHINGTON CROP EXTRA STATE FANCY ,. Fresh PER 5 9<= Jovanovich couraged* parents, 'with parents.to work He with en- \ I'

ALL s. w '! ')I"'e'' < Bartlett Pears,, PFU.RN Snap BeansCukes POUND teachers' improve" the 'reading '
..._..-'FnutJ s rrr69', Jevel of \ ''student inschooUW;./.::. I'JIIt ...,
: l. : 'I" .... ; Parents; were'-dlsmissed-tft, vl"atC' ir
PARTY PAC ,....- ? -* T, California their child's classroom and teacher7.
'Popcorn Caramel I v ,"4 .". .'' .' ."riw .59 Fresh; 'SIPI Jumbo 3ICALIFORNIA Overall the evening was very productive
Green Bell Peppers with a lot of support for the
:: i PTA.

JIFFYMunn Mix .'4' *oz 1.00 SNOW BALL." .. Notes from the "

Jumbo $1 49 California 9 g... School Newsletter...

Libby's Cauliflower -, EACH Large Broccoli 'BUNCH Parents: please send a note to
school when your child is to go homea

Vegetables U.S. No. 1 10f< New ,Crop 3 89 ; Either different a note way should in be the presented afternoon.or

Potatoes JL Sweet Potatoes LBS call the school when your child is to
OR CORN PEAS CREAM AND STYLE CORN, PEAS, Baking BAQ go home a different way. The safetyof
your child is important to school

pAR$1' Fresh Florida 2/$1 Generic .16OZ $]69 'where officials your We child can help is to go when in the we' after know,

: Avocados Peanuts JAR noons. Please Help!

Carnival News: Carnival leadersare
1&OZ.WQULAN . Yvonne Selberling, Laura Ritch
.. ". .. '" and Betty Hildebrand. Carnival
Super Leaders are Linda Hamptonand
Wise Potato Chips . uoz 1.19: Gloria Rittman. Booth Construction .
FROZEN & BEAUTY DSJeno's Leader is Chuck Walker.
HEALTH
listed for the
uouo Booths this year car- I
Foamy Detergent -. ,(".. .320Z .69 4.&OZ nival include: Cake Walk, Costume ,
1 10.3.OZ FROZEN Contest, Fortune, Telling, Raffle, I.
PANTRY PWOB GRAPe CHERflY LEMONADE! CPo9PPTASTY CI ose-(J p Country Store, Apple Bobbing, Ring
ORANGE OR FRUIT PUNCH Toss, Fish Pond, Duck Pond, Grab
Drink Mixes < ,'> .* w'v.; a.oz.1.29 COMBINATION, PEPPEFWNI, 99, ; Toothpaste 99" Bag Filling Station (Hot dogs
CANADIAN BACON : Cokes,etc.),Disco Dancing,SoftbaUThrow"
2SLBS' HAMBURGER Haunted House, Bingo,
Champ Dog Food. i,., ,. .:..,3.69 15OZ Squirt the Candle, Pony Rides, ::1 j
Ivory Treasure Hunt, Dunking Booth,
Morton $ m 99 Trinket Booth, Picture-Taking
Shampoo jH
or Booth.Wheel of Fortune.Please call
.. Shenandoah Pot s.oz FROZEN .ConditionerPi' U any of the leaders if you would like to
: NORMAL DRY OH OILY volunteer.

'": Juice :3/J)9 150 COUNT Classroom News: EMH-We appreciate -
\ Apple CHtCI {, the visitors
,: ,. on!BEEF and In
donated time coming
energy
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. : ; : : : 1,19 Birdseye CTFROZEN'; ,Baby Wipes demonstrations the presentation: concerning their and

jobs. If anyone would like to
64OZ ..+_' Cob $139.I SlueAntI.PersPirant PEG OR UNSCENTEO'Com volunteer their occupation or exper-
$ *19oz tise in the Arts or any field please
I, feel free to contact 'the school
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OR-oz SOLIDPantry dolph. Emma Knowles made the on-
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UMlI'IIISCO.IIWICO OR I BOSATOoSlden FROZEN
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I"' 4 Page lOA TELEGRAPH October 04. 19114 :',
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NAME THE WINNING'' _
RULES OF THE GAME TEAMS EACH WEEK ANDSTARKE

1)) Anyone except! TELEGRAPH employe and their Immediate familial cue 3)) In case of ties we will Use the total points scored In the Bradford High School
4, 1 welcome to enter but there !Is a limit of one entry per person each week game. each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please flit
} In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and their W1[J g
opponent com
J 2)) The entry mutt be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and must be dropped tiebreaker blank For the
score In the Tornodoe .
office, before 4 each afternoon Fill In all ndTornado. crzIf game L
";, off at the TELEGRAPH p.m. Friday .: 19 Opponents 7, the score was 26 points
the blanks with either the name of the team you think will win or "tie" 'If you $
I'. think the game will end In a tie The person who picks the most games right will 4))All decisions. of the (judges'ore final A second tlebreokor will be used Ifnecessary. r t t

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If BBS to Host 5 -Touglit raclitio 5 ;l4Rival St. ,Augustine Friday 5 NighP f: I IA




2-2 Sl.Augustine eleven Just bat to date. They lost to Jacksonville( I .." ..-. The down ( tackles ',"
tered 36-6 Undefeated linemen are defensive 140-11) Harry Young, 200-12, fancy, does not improvise very ;
I by Jacksonville Englewood beat Paxson, edged Game Facts... ends Eric and
Lee will! face the Terry, 160-12, and Gene Gary Davenport, 190-10 guards much. ;'J
Tornado grid. Class 4A Jacksonville Beach Flet Partin, 121-12, and tackles Jay Jay Hartley, 170-12\ and Eddie .
: ders on Bradford Field Gome time B .....
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tomorrow cher 14-6, before losing badly to p. : \
Hartley, 170-12() and Leonard Martin Watkins, 135-11, and center David On BUS: '
night (Friday, Oct. 5)); Jacksonville Lee. Last year SA went' 15012. Since Dean is
: Field when did SA, known fort Dean 170-12.() tabbed a good .
I A tough Jacksonville Lee defense through an ordeat at Lee and faced Gone sHei Bradford Hamilton Out... S ,
S S > big husky sparkplug tough blocker and a hard hitter, Watkins Is
stifled the SA offense which ran for the Tornadoes in a battered condi t players, have a 121 pound defense small but quick, Hartley will pull Starting weak side defensive end' ;
only two first downs Season Record'sl Bradford S.t .
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a daylight tion. S lineman? and lend on the sweep and tackle Lonnie Hamilton is in a cast with S,11
I Saturday game The SA game will 5 St.Augustine 22. rtin torn ligaments from a lick on the leg
; f small but quick shoots in Davenport hub guud spued and-1 Is I,)
be a tough one for the Tornadoes, Biggest SA threat is tailback \ "? to the offense's backfield from his. quick. Mike Hicks, 190-10, probably in the Williston fame, >-" ,f.'
Head Coach David Hurse predicts Daryl Williams, who returned a Series HI.toryI22.11-1. SA's favor gb- PE position. DE Terry Is tough and won't start but works in the offen. Hamilton will be out for 3-4 weeks//I,

':t, coming down to a few big plays and kick-off 96 yards to beat the Tornadoes Ing back to I92S. always lines up on the tight end side. sive line. at least is the prognosis now. "' .\';/

the BHS kicking game of specialist in the preseason jamboree. IHS i Hardest hitters, according to the SA quarterback Is left-handed Working in the defensive end spot '.

.i: John David Francis.St.Augustlne Williams can probably outrun last meeting won 21-11.. Game BHS scouting report, are SA inside Charlie Roberson, 160-12, who has a this week have been Ron Brown'. S ." ,\,

': has the smallest anything the Tornadoes have and was 14-12 until a long trig Lane run In linebackers Alfred Shuman, 170-11( strong arm. His favorite receiver is Barry Warren and Chris Dougber! S :',/

team; physically in years. But the will have to be contained If BUS'is to' last few minute and Steve Motley 175-12 and outside split end Bennie Irvin, 170-10.() I)'. I,0'

I .a Yellow Jackets are 2-2 on the season win its third game of J I.IV season. ... . . . . . . . . linebacker or monster, man John The tailbacks are James Wadley. .'S; S

--- SA runs from a power- formation, Burch, 175-12, who plays the run l50-11a tough runner and good Tony Davis Back..* i

I 1 : -;-- with a tailback, fullback, and block tough. blocker, and the speedy Daryl Running back Tony Davis is going >I,
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DEER HEADS TANNING ALL ANIMALS ing back in the lineup. Offensively The corners for SA are Ron Burch, Williams who wears No. 1, with the full speed this week and will see his S '.

Lifetime Guarantee on AH Mountscoc'3 the Jackets move around a lot but ii 140-12() and Brian Huey 170-12.( good moves. Williams can also first action of the regular season. 5 ,

comes down'to' 'the same three or '.Safeties, the deep backs, are throw the football. Davis' return will strengthen the ',

four basic plays, Coach Hurse says. Daryl Williams, 145-12, and Tareyon John! Burch the monster on tailback spot which has been held 'S

S .JaxiJermjOPEN On defense, the Jackets run a 4-4, Delgado, 17511. Williams, the defense also works in the offensive down so far by junior: CMnton .!
basically the same as the Tornadoeswith speedy back Is hard to beat deep on backfield. Jenkins. Coach Hurse has been real .

:; four down linemen, two middle a pass.: Delgado closes quickly on a Overran, SA has good team speed. I ly pleased with the progress of ']

.:: After 5 Mon.-Frl. linebackers, a monster man on the run. Four or five players go both ways. Jenkins, originally listed as the third '

strong side, twq, cornerbacks and ; Offensively, the SA Jackets lineup The SA defense is tough, can cause String running back and says he has '.\

AH Day Sat. & Sun. two safeties. is '.tight end Jimmy Armstrong, proble s. The offense is not that earned the right; to play !

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of the uncertainty shall to POB Cent N 149.21' to 'I
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secured, the security SW'/ E 430' toW R/WCO game the Tornado junior 'varsity Prevatt. "We had more time to i the first half.Moving "

'" shall be described. The Gr Rd Sly on W R/W footballers lost 6-0) in .,St.Augustine complete passes." S well into Green Cove ter.ritory i

claimant sholl deliver 152.54'W400'toPOBSeC: last Thursday: night, Sept. 27, in the quarterback, Johnny Clark '
: THE CIRCUIT COURT' c. 1969 NEWMO, \I.D. sufficient to'copies of.the 14 Twp 6 S R 22. midst of tropical storm Isidore. Tapped as standouts for the game 'was shaken-up on the 31 yardline. A -'

; S 'OF BRADFORD COUNTY No. 332497, State of claim the clerk clerk mall to Nome In which assessed St.Augustine on the third play of by Coach Prevatt were David ,missed hand-off let Green Cove gain ;
enable the
;S Cose No. 79-489 Florida Certificate of Title to' each to : Elmer C. Wright r the game. After'' that it was just a Hamilton, David Williams; along 'possession on the 35, but a fumble ,;
i No. 3614418: one copy representative.All personal All of said property defensive battle. with iinebacker-weaktackle. Gary recovered by BUS' Billy Harrell \' 'c

;':. RUBY CREWS. 'as guardian d. 1967 Taylo I.D. Interestedin being In the County of Wise. [returned the ball on the 35. .
of the prop.rty of No. "467F State of Florida the persons estate to who Bradford State of ,BHS had a chance to score near ">,
a ,
::< JIMMY RAY MCCLELLAN. Certificate of Title No. copy of this Notice of Administration i Florida. the end of the game hut fumbled the First score of the game came on a, The Baby Tornadoes moved the .

1 'on Incompetent Petitioner 2390052.a. ho been Unless such certificate t ball on the SA 12 yard line. The BUS 20 yard pass to David Williams mak-i ball to within scoring distance, with .;;

f: the prop.rty'of the mailed ore required or certificates shall be Offense fumbled twice,. and justcouldn't ing it H, BHS. The extra point Johnny Clark going over from the "

va above-named Defendant WITHIN THREE MONTHS redeemed according to get untracked in the rain made it 7-0 in the first quarter. The;; one yard line for the score. The two > .,:
I' WAYNE E. REEVES et. al., and that on "the29th' FROM THE DATE OF THE law the property descrlb and mud. lead Was never threatened again. point conversion was not successful,
day of October. ed In such certificate S
Respondent. FIRST PUBLICATION OF or i* with the score being 20-6() "j
1984, ..Monday at. 2:00 certifIcates b. soldto
S sold THIS NOTICE, to file any ""Even though we came out on the Following the kick-off the Blue :
,. NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S o'clock the P.M. on- of 'the day objection they may the the courthouse highest bidder door at short end, we're still proud of Devils kept the ball for three downs S .Fumbles plagued the Blue Devils, .
on
SALE premises : have that the on with them losing the ball again to ,i.
S Bradford County Sheriffs challenge October them, says Coach Jimmy Prevatt. before BUS defender Reggie Leverson -
:S NOTICE HEREBY OffIC., I will offer for validity of the decedent' the 17th. day of BHS is 2-2 on the season. BHS beat intercepted a pass and ran it BHS. Taken away on a run, number .. ,j
IS
1984.Dated
GIVEN that I,. DolpK E. ale and sell to the will, the qualification of this.29th day of Green.Cove 26-12 the previous week. back to die 6 yard line. Quarterback 31 picked it up and ran to the 11 4Apasstoflavld'Wigglnstcokthe
the personal representative Clark strutted into the end- before being downed. >
Reddish, Sheriff of Brad highest bidder for cash August 1984. See below. Johnny 5 :,
ford County. ,\Florlda.und. In hand the above- or the venur orlurl.dlctlon GILBERT BROWN zone.:'The extra point was good again .
of the
court. ;1
.,' and by virtue of a described property as Clerk of Circuit Court bringing it to 14-0. .. S
At "
ALL
Writ of Execution the property of the said AND CLAIMS' By:.Beulah Moody Si 11 Middleburg Tonight... ball to the 3 with a short pass to Dan '4

heretofore Issued out of Defendant to satisfy said DEMANDS.NOT" SO OBJECTIONS FILED- / Deputy Clerk; ,The Baby Tornadoes travel to The Blue Devils made good 'progress Patterson being good for the score. 'V..

the -above-entitled ex.clftlon.' WILL BE FOREVER BARRED Bradford County Middleburg tonight (Thursday Oct. (.n the second quarter towatd The extra point attempt was no good "11
Court In the above DOLPH E. REDDISH 9l34tchgIO04PUBLIC :4) fora7p.m. the goal line until David Hamilton with the score 26-6. ,
5 '
S styled cause have levied, : Sheriff Date of the _first t Intercepted giving BHS the ball on .)
upon the following property Bradford County, Flo. publication of this Noticeof *."" "*'?,. Yli,:: will be the first time the two the 36. 'ilowever.this; didn't last long AfumblebyBRSontheirown44"Saw '
situate lying and 10/O44tchg 10/25 Administration: 4 Oct. : NOTICE teams have met this ,ear. "It should because on the first play Green .the ball go to the Blue Devils. .

being In Bradford County ... .. 1984. be- a good game," says Coach Cove intercepted and took it back on Two downs later,, a pass to number ;(
Florida. to-wit: KEITH C. REDDISH. 'The Bradford 'County Prevatt. the 20 yard line. Three plays later a 33 had Green Cove on the score. .

1. A 50% undivided ''"PUBLIC NOTICETo Personal Representative School Board Starke, '* short run from the 5 out the score at' board again. The extra point was no S '

ownership Interest In of Estate of MARGARET Florida will hold a Public, 12-6. The attempt for a two. point con- good and the score was 26-12. 't
and to certain real prOperty REDDISH. Deceased. Hearing on, Proposed :BUS 26 Green Cove 12 version did not make it. "We did a lot more aggressive 5'

.described asS Please: The General be advised Public.that RICHARD E. WELTY Revisions of ''School Coming off of a loss to Orange BHS did not have much luck moving Job" said Coach David Tew of the :,

follows 5 ) of the Bradford 954 N. Temple Ave. Board Rules 6Gx44.50 Park last week, the Baby Tornadoes the ball and turned it over to the Green Cove win. "We got a little bit "';.9//
\ A) Commence of theSE copies ECIA. Chapter I Project P.O. Box 995 STUDENT CODE OF CON wonbig.26-12, Sept. 20 against the Blue Devils who made it all the way more action out of the linebackers. ; 'J. .' -, ,,

Corner of the NEVi of, l. A Ucatlon: for 1984-85 Starke, Plo 32091 DUCT, and 6Gx4-5.06 Green, Cove Springs little Blue to the BUS 25. A pass Intercepted by Gary Wise did an excellent job. The < .';,, I
'j the NW%, Section SK } > "
\
and the"Brodford County ((904)) 964-8050 PUPIL PROGRESSION! number 40.;Rpbbie McRae.an: ,the 15 oCfeoslve.llne did a good job as""$1nlL.:..' ,"...''<'j1W.ll \I
# pi Township 21 East and 6 South.run thenct$0M Range 'f7gempWWt.ry Education 111III tr TAttornvy fotersenoli".wRepresertatf'ie r'. I. PLAN.f4505JIIIIL 198... at" 7 fj.m. ;In the'! 11 'tt} tb'n ).t frer: IIi yard line gave the Tornadoes posses- r'S\4 they worked well og' S ., I Il

8 *41'40" W along the Program Plan for 1984-85 .' I I
r lOi'O42tchg 10/11) School Board Room of .. .,. .
S South boundary of laid: (and all pertinent protect the Bradford' Count/ ,, :5. ;1 .

NEV4 of NW4. 1257.93 documents related ....-.. School's: Administrative .'
feet to.the Easterly right-' thereto) are available IN THE! CIRCUIT Offices, 582 North Temple "r\ \'

.of-way run thence line N of 0033'30"S.R. 225'W; S without following charge address at The the EIGHTH COURT JUDICIAL OF THE Florida.Avenue, Starke Varsity and JV Volleyballers Beat \ |3'i i

School Board of Bradford !
along said right-of-way IN AND FOR '
? CIRCUIT. Copies of these proposed ''I <
line, 510 feet ,to Point of County (Office of the BRADFORD COUNTY revisions of the 1 > .

Beginning.. Coordinator of Federal S FLORIDA above noted Board Rules "

From sold Point of Programs), 582 North CIVIL;CASE NO ....3 Temple Avenue, Starke, Clay High '
: Beginning, continue N the Superintendents Offices ::! '
Phone
Florida 32091.
S 0033'30" W.5a distance' 5S IN RE; The Marriage of: between ,,6 a.m.. ,
of 60 feet, which I I. the 964-6800. STEPHEN LEWISHOFFMAN and .4 p.m., Monday

S width of: the .existing Itchg 10/04 Husband, through Friday Bradford High girl volleyballers, from the two returning t tte 'men The Clay 1 Match( went to three) '; 1

,! graded rood run thence ....... and This Sit compliance with a lot of new players, are 1:5 as Valerie McCloud and Cindy games. Clay High won the first S 1,1j
Easterly along the Nor''of : DEANN MARIEHOFFMAN with Florida Statute the season gets under way. Strickland, and returnee! 'Sharon match 15-12, but BUS came on to win il
therr( right-of-way Wife Chapter 120.54 a* Manning. S the second 15-10 and to take '
.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT game ,
: old graded. road. 435.6 FOR BRADFORD enacted by the 1974 Upcoming Matches... BHS has lost so far to Middleburg the rubber game 15-12. ';
feet; run 5th.nc. North NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Florida Legislature.Thomas Interlachen, Santa Fe P.K. Yonge, Coach Diggs said the JV girls ,
.S 300 feet; run thence East COUNTY, L, .. .Jr.Superintendent Next match will be Monday, Oct. g'
to the Centerllne of a FLORIDA :. DEANN MARIE HOFFMAN of 8, when BUS goes to Clay High for a and Hawthorne. played well. Tracy Baez served for

Branch; run th.nc. South PROBATE DIVISION. ,State of, Col Bradford County School S p.m. for the junior varsity and 6 Coach Inez Diggs can see improvement three consecutive points Lisa jA
: along the said Centerline CASE NO. .78.CP. orado. 10/04 2tchg 19/11, p.m. for the varsity match. BHS will with each game the Tor Williams served for four consecutive ,1'
!e W.S of Branch'" to a pointS V : FILE"NO. 1-3570 S YOU ARE HEREBY ." .. be at home Oct. 9 when Middleburg nadoes play but says the girls don't points, Tracy Baez 3,. and Tammy S ;'J

which |p. approximately NOTIFIED that on action : comes to BHS for 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. have the experience on the court yet. Odom4, "n" .
"" 310 feet,from the'Sooth In re: Estate of for Dissolution of Marriage > IN THE CIRCUITS matches. Admission to all home NewBHS, varsity team membersare S
boundary of said NEVI of S MARGARET REDDISH.. and oth.r ,r.lI.f COURT OF THE volleyball matches if free. BHS has Valarie McCloud. Cindy Defensively 'entire team played 'I

!, 'NWV41 run thence South Deceased. has been 'filed againstyou EIGHTH JUDICIAL been having very good crowds. Strickland, Sharon Manning, better defense than they have been ..QII
t 694140" W. Id a point In the abovestyledCourt CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Coach Diggs Latasha LIndsey, Lashun Butler Coach Diggs said. :..
3;; Which I I. 435.6 feet from 'NOTICE and you are 'required BRADFORD COUNTY. says. Bridgett Skeen, Janet Kennedy The BHS went three games with r1

f Sj: 'the Easterly ,right-of-way OF ADMINISTRATION i to serve- copy FLORIDA Roberta Williams, Amy Williams. Santa Fe winning the first game .t
:! of S.R. 225; run thence of your written CIVIL ACTION BUS Beats Clay High... Four of the six starters are new this 15-7 and losing the next 15-7 and :.
North 300 feet, to the TO ALL PERSONS HAVING If to It j jS ,
.S CLAIMS OR defenses, any CASE NO. 84-231-CA The first win for a young bunch of season 15-12. S: ,
'. Southernrightofway on TERENCE M. night JV team members are Sherry ,

tin* of aforesaid graded West .ABOVE DEMANDS ESTATE AGAINST AND THE All far.OWM, ESQUIRE, Post IN RE: The Marriage of : volleyballers 15-13,15-2 over came Clay High Tuesday in the BHS JV ,Beats' Clay.. Ross, Wendy Stickland, Dawn ,..'
road
., 5' 5 : run' thence Southern OTHER PERSONS iNTERESTED Office Drawer 40, DONALD L, KEYS JR.', gym.Coach Inez Diggs praised the The junior varsity volleyballers Robinson, Brena Sheen Sherrie
said
along Starke Florida
32091
/ ,
: S right-of-way line 439.6'' !IN THE ESTATE. and file the original Husband, ', s play of freshman Lashun Butler who also won their first game with Clay Green Lisa Williams, Tracy Baez, 'I,

i fee ,to' 'the ,,Point: 'of ,with the Clerk of theabovestyled and I S had a good spike and served three High also the victim and are cur Tammy Odom Jeans Andrews Kim. S

,I I.( Beginning.! YOU ARE HEREBY, Court on SUSAN K." KEYS., aces:BUS got all-around good play rently are 13. Whltehead., S .1' ';.
.
administration S f.' ;.t
.
NOTIFIED .that the S or before 30 October .Wlfe" S ,; .'

4'' 1 : B) A part of'the NE1/ of the 1984. Otherwise., a ," S ,1- ,;.li,

.f ;of the, NW/4 of Section estateof MARGARET (udgemenf. shell b. NOTICE OF"ACTION y
.
I S ) 14, 'Township, 6' South', REDDISH. deceased, entered against you for i' "' "i, '
J Range 21 East, Bradford Case Number,84-78-CP.3570.I. the' relief requested In "TOr' DONALD '\&' I KEYS Three Pop Warner: Cowboy Teams |i' '
and File Number
I : S County; ,Florida beingS '- the Petition. JR Husband. Residence
; more ,particularlydescribed I pending I Irv the Circuit WITNESS my hand and "! 'Unknown" J'" ;< VV;: '
:'
: a* follow: Court for Bradford Courv. seal of laid Court on 1. ,'., ,
S Commence- the SECornsr S )y, Florida' Probate OM.1lo the1 18th day ofS.p.mberlfU. YOU& : ARE HEREBY .

of, Said NE'AofNWVI. ,/ : ,) the address of S NOTIFIED that an action
"which Is Post Office Box Lose Lake Butler Saturday ,
I r .thence S S GILBERT S. BROWN for dissolution :of"'marriage to Bengals SLa'ke I
'' 'a, Starke, Florida 32091,
S 89'''' <<) W olongth.I' Clerk of the Circuit Court and "other 'relief I
S of'soldNEV4 The personal representative lisa Alvarez
'South'boundary BYl \ >
of the estate 'Is has,' been, (filed agalntt '
S > ofNWtt, 1257.95 S Deputy Clerk ,,' in the above-styled, Butler slipped up on the two Utieusiveiy, we' were tlai un a. ran 25 yards on a reverse tor me urst ,
C. REDDiSH (
I( :feet, ,to. ,the 'Ea.t.lyI whose KElTHv address ts Route TERENCE M. BROWN: yo Court and I S right-of-way line of SR. ,/ESQUIRE. Wee's 6-0) said Willie ''Coach In last three minutes of the-
2, Box 2030, Starke. to serve a copy of 29, handing the Jr Pee a good 'game, the three
: I 225; run thence alonaald N Florida 32091 The name' :., TOMIINSON. BROWN 'your written defenses, If shutout ,lor their' first defeat, and Brown,.whose team is now. 21. first period a Bengal recovered and ,
: WyXW.W: W. ; y'tpA'' tvl'; \ the Starke Mites 147.ThVpee Blake Thomas was missed by the McCreary went 52 yards for a second -, '
beating a
; "right-of-way' 1In..' 1320 and address1 of the per' for Husband any i .to1 It onJAMES,: t.TOMIINSON. Mitey
*
Si';? S :feet;, to the ,Polrj*'(of/ ;,,sor ol representative's { t:S, Attorney,,,,;'. /20 hg 10/11 ."' ESQUIRE., .: Pee Wee's. He bad averaged two Bengal',touchdown, making it I> .
i Beginning ''continue N attorney1 are ,set" forth'>' S "; Post Offices: Drawer 40.Starke Wee's also lost, 20-14, to touchdowns per game and 150 yards 13-0. ., \ 5'S'.

003730" West 460 feet; ,below. : ,: : "': 21 : Florida 33091,\. Lake Butler but no information was as well. He is on' the sidelines with, The Cowboys scored in the final ,( 'S

'run .thence' North Alt. person having ,and file the original with supplied The Telegraph about the ,injured neck. minutes of the' first quarter but -' ;<

: ,8941'40" East, "".6, S .Claims. 'o', demands S NOTICE the: Clerk of the above-, game.'The Jr. Midgets who had a were down 20-7 at the half when LB' ,
feeti 'run thence South >against the'estate' are OF APPLICATION styled Court on ''or bye on the schedule, were the only Playing tough ,defense, 'only six scored on a razzle dazzle pass to MeCreary -, ',' %
WyXVf East,'46O feeti: required' WITHIIIt THREE' FOR ones to Lake Butler. points have been scored against the seconds '
I' before !9 I November 1984. escape for a TD with,three '
South MONTHS. FROM THE TAX DEED: Pee Wee's in their first three games.
'run" thence
S J'. DATE ,:OF THE FIRST Othrwse.| a judgementihall averaged 25 points'per ,eft in the half. S
S 9-4r40" West; 435.6 be .nt.red against Kit Here Saturday... Offensively they scored in the final S
The Cowboys
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ,IS. HEREBY and total of 426 yards
feet to the Point of for' the relief All four Warner teams play on game a bring the '
requested
NOTICE, to file with the GIVEN that DONALD G. you- ; Pop earned However Lake Butler shut minutes of the gameW
S : Beginning In the Petition, Bradford Field this Saturday, Oct.6, iJ
clerk of the above court or IUCY WRIGHT, the Saturday score to 20-14- 5 5
S and being them down last '
All lying WITNESS hand and when the ;: teams visit ..saS .. S
r 'situate In.Bradford I Coun a- written 'statement of holder at, th.,following my Keystone Defensively John Desue' and Joe
andS any claim '0' demand certificate* has filed said, seal of said Court on the Jr. had ten tackles each. Mitey Mites Lose, 14-7... '\ "
Florida slaled't Gordon
ty. : Play is begin at 10 a.m.
S .
_. Each ,3rd day of October. 1934.S
'
/ 3. A SO* undividedownership they may "0 certificates for issued adeed tax S GILBERT S. BROWN with the Mitey Mites,, with games John Strickland made 9 .top&and S The Mitey Mites of the BradfordPcp
S Claim, must I be In writing to be '
Interest'', In, i for 8. Brandon : lost '
,
Doris Football
Hill was good Warner' League '
,
hours.
every twq Following games
S and 'must Indicate! the 'thereon.',The .certificate Clerk CircuitS Court' '
.nd to the.following in order will be the Pee Wees at MeComber 7, Kelven Williams 5 and :14-7 to Lake Butler last Sat Oct. 3. :
homes basis', for the claim, the number and years of Issuance I' B/; Marion MtRae.1. .' '
mobile :
: described the Jr. Pee Wees at 2 and Blake Thomas S. Outstanding on defense for the'; ; ;; ,,. I
:
noon "
S 5. 51' 1966 Tltan.I.D. :flame and address of the the description' S /fi-1' Deputy Clack t p.m. '1- ," :"it\"f
'No; 0.3141387, stt.o" t'Florida .'creditor;or hi* agenf orattorney of the property and the ', ."10/O44tcha 10/23 the Jr., ,;Midgets t at.4 p.m. Offensive results were'120 yards Cowboys were 'Larry.SbannonKelvinLeneToddNtitcbeSOnJeSafl, ? '""',' I
: of TI.tie -, ;' 'and1' the, name in which" It was, ,d' ,.1ft' ., rushing and only 20.yards passing. < ,' S S ;\"!;' !
Certificate amoUt'lt'dolmed. If the, S ossetsed off a* follows;' S f : Jr. Pee Wee's...: John;: Mike McKetmfcv; RaY'Dur",, 'z ':' I'
S .'. No.'b.-1973ENGFrnoblle 6691899; ? claim la'not y.t due; the: >Certificate Ho.: 60 '"" ('0' :..HooI"\ \ .: S The Bradford Cowboys Junior Pee SS Pee Weea Lost 20-14.... ban ScoM Padstt, Ray Dornmon. : ", ;

,i: ; ,home I.D, No4 1280 dote when It Will become- ',Year of Issuance:. 1903' ', .:rr \ Ii't. /<' Wee's were slipped up on. by the 'The Cowboys were down 13-0 after and Wayne BofttwrifhU.Oustanding : "I. :
,
.
S S 1'j "of Florida' C wtlflcote e due shell be stoMed. If Description/ of Proper* ; ... >.,', \ ", S Lake Butler:Junior Pee Wee's Who the first period in Lake Butler. offensively:( James' ,, i J! :

q ''State/ of Title No, the claim I I.contingent:it runliquidated "ty:-. No. 3134-01500 Com .'\, ", .,,1.\, ;,. '. .:.... took .their game 6-0 Saturday Sept.4 LB'it Stanley McCreary, who ran' Brown, Larry, Shannon,. Todd 'Hut.. '>' | ,
the otSWCorSecN 1172.84' \ ) f' ""' '' 'r.-j1',, I the and Kelvin Lane., "" S ,
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with 48 points behind a strong : Forth
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(. Held last Saturday, Sept. 29 in ,. r A*. \ BestjnVHS
i Newberry, the meet was for 2A ,, ; ..
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schools only Teams
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Williston, Santa Fe, P.K. Yonge and Offer
.'I 'Live Oak competea.i BUS jBoy'ss Cross Country Team Worked Hard at Ne berry... "W ,
with her best 7-day/1
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I i time to date was Lori Sapp with an taking second place at the Newberry High School Calvin: Thomas, Standing fromleft,Henry Cooper,Paul timer,.5 FISHERRE'CQRDEnS'
,, ''I 11:59. Presently ranked fifth in Nor- Fourth\ Annual Invitational Meet did not come cheap for McKinney Coach Loper, Eddie Tennant and Skip Ab- s
theast Florida by the Times-Union, Coach George Loper and his team. dullah. hour capabili s499 >
the BHS freshman is expected to do From left, kneeling, Larry Feltner, Thomas Moon and_ ty. Wireless'
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"It was a fantastic effort by all of
them," said Loper. "This was the
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Eddie Tennant was third' overall
with 16:58: followed closely by Paul EMERSON
McKinney in : fourth. The "
event was won by Ricky Quintana of w 'Ii
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Girl Runners and First, Place Trophy..*

Coach George Loper.holds the first place trophy the.;. DeWitt, Coach Coper(looking like the cat'that caught 110 W. Coll St OFFICE -SHOP *'rke
Bradford High girl cross country runners won at the the canary),,Cheryl Bogle, Lori Sapp, Lisa' Tierneyr
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Keepin' on keepin' on, the BHS
Cross Country teams kept up the
good work Tuesday,. Oct. 2, at the
home course behind the middle .
school with the girls varsity winning
with a score of 21 over Gainesville II! .. 11 II ,
High and St. Johns Country Day. +r
School of Orange: Park. 84 Trucks
The boy's varsity took 'second
I again being. dged out by Gainesville .

High lathe three way meet : .. ,
a.j' Romping to an easy first place the. "V '' '
BHS girls were 1,2,3 in their race for
I the gold. They finished with a score
.1.I of 21 to GHS' 54 and St. John's 58.
Lori Sapp was first with a time of WE WILL BEAT ANY DEAL ,
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I' 12:34 on the new course. According .
A', 11 to Coach Loper,all of.the times were '' '%.
I'' slower than in Newberry because of
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overcome Gainesville High's depth ||
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Paul McKinney was first'overallin 1 "' *"1
17:32: and Eddie Tennant was fifth "' '
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The waters are clear now In Lake Sampson\ popular fishing lake in

ri Bradford County, but only because of a unique hydrllla eradication program \
ur sponsored by the Department of Natural Resources(ONR). +
At this time last year tons of the fastgrowing aquatic weed had chokedout 4., y FG r r+ f3 y ly
natural plants in the lake and was fouling prop motors and boat ramps Ht 4 Stt
with thousands of strands of the clinging green substance."It ,
had taken over the lake pretty completely' before we started the treat
ment," commented DNR Biologist Joe Hinkle as he steered through the
waters of Lake Sampson. He and Jerry Krummrich of Florida Game Commission
were out in the lake last Friday testing the effects of a new -
hydrilla treatment, a chemical called' Sonar" developed by the Lilly Phar- 1Ifl : r
macutical Corporation. Game Commission workers treated the lake with
the liquid treatment during the first week of March, 1984. _
"We used two types of the same chemical In liquid and granular form to
test the results of each," Hinkle said, "The liquid difuses over a greaterarea
and here in Lake Sampson the results have been spectacular. The Y
waters where we sit right now were literally choked out with the weed
when we started and now the water is clear.4: We are very pleased with the
t results and we think local fishermen will be excited as well. They can get
1Yi
i YY closer to the shore, where the fish are feeding and the natural, native ....rIT,1Ci
plants which were growing in these waters are now returning." ; ;
The chemical has cleared the lake of the imported pest but has left native
plants untouched, a feat Hinkle attributes to the unique properties of the r
: r {s chemical itself and good timing. i, +
+ .i' "We picked a time to treat the lake when'most of the native plants were {
Y in their dormant stage, that is, they: were not actively blooming during
t % March when we released the chemical," Hinkle says. "Hydrilla\ being an
4" V ri4 imported plant that really doesn't belong in these waters, grows in a .completely
different cycle than do the native plants. This fact makes it much
t G'w easier to target the hydrilla and leave the native plants to grow back to
k t rr, r take its place." .
The 800 acre lake which'was' literally packed with the rapidly growing
plant was treated in small areas at first to test the results. But diffusion of
the treatment from these 100-acre test sites, into the rest of the lake has had
unexpected results. I a
"We have found in these tests and from sampling the bottom that over 90'
percent of the lake is now clear of hydrilla," Hinkle commented. "We had a
strong wind blowing right after we treated the lake and obviously that and


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The waters of Sampson Lake are all clear now thanks to a new chemical
process which had eradicated the tons of hydrilla which was choking out
the native plants and animals in the popular fishing spot.
Department of Natural Resources Biologist Joe Ilinkleabove) Is happy
to find these native Nytalla plants on the bottom of the lake where they
.. have been coming back since Game Commission workers finished the treat,
ment last March. .,
Over in nearby Lake Rowell. Game Commission Employee Jerry Kruni-
mrichtop right) pulls his boat through a mass of hydrilla floating just
below the surface. *
The Imported weed threatened to ruin the lake for fishermen like Bill i
Davlsbottom( right) who enjoy nothing more than a little quiet casting In '
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HOV an announcement... Get It In to u. by Monday at S p.m. and Wlthlacoochee Bluegrass Festival... Nov. 2..., Located S miles west of Dunn.llon Teller'C
w. con put It In the Cal.nd.r. local events, church gathering, special speaker art Hwy "0. Begins at 7 p.m. on Friday and I I. over Sunday at 4 p.m. Saturday how .
or new group organizing will be Included request.. W. must ask that you: keep. begins' at 10 a.m.; Frf. and Sat. show end at midnight. Sunday show begin at 10.. ''
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them ..-concise as povs bl.- a.m. Advance tickets are on tale now at' a savings ov.r the regular gate prlc., : October' 11In
,, For more Information contact Bluegrat, S.E. 16th lan.. Ocala, Fl .
St. "Mork'. Episcopal| Church| Arts II Croft. ,.. 2117 32671. "
.lv.I..Octobe,
20 9 S
Artists a.m. to p.m. 904-732-7343 or 9044898330. > Santa Fe Series
are already lined '
up occoptlng application from
people with of
ony type ,
,\:. afZ2kf %. To partlclpat.. write to St. Mark' Ep'Kopal' Church: P.O. Box JTPA Office Taking Applleotlons..for theV, :Current' program. Opening In' '.''.., '
.fIrl; FL ? or toll 964.61260,964.891.. *>. *..." 8:30: a.m. and 12 Classroom Training:' course Includes Business Education, Data Processing' Draft\) ;, "' :After an exciting season opener''
I $5. Deadline I I. Oct. 12.iKpectont tang Commercial Truck DrivIng Auto Mechanics, .tc. There) will be an On-ihe-.'. that saw a full house.enjoy the
Parent .........Th. Bradford Job Training Program. Placement In OJT I I. based on education |lob skill and ,..'.' ,,'Community Trio, ''the Santa Fe
th,_ wk ..rl." for.pectont County Extension Service Is offering a qulrement of the work."... In addition, there Is a special Older Worker* Pro '. '' College Fall Festival of
child birth and car. of the newborn.parent Classes Information will Include pr.natal car., gram (age S3 and up). If Interested, please contact the JTPA Office located at the the Performing' Arts shifts to an
II and 18. Program will be Thursday evenings at 7 p.m., Oct. 4, Bradford-Union Vocational School or call 9648092. unusual combination of dance and
at Bradford
301, next to the Fairground. Call 961.6280.x1.281 County Aglcultur.luildlng, for located on N.. St.... Boy Scout: Troop 70 meet from 7 -'8:30: p.m. each Tuesday In the scout theatre when It. presents'
more Information.; hut behind. the, tennis court. Pratt Street In Starke. DANCETELLER next Thursday
on
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Free CPR a....*... Basic Life Support class being offered by Bradford Hospital ...., IOct.' 11,' at ,8 p.m.. 'at .the Starke faculty member member of the i,and.Maryland,a; pertorining'Dance ? ,
and the Center for Health and Fltn.... tChurches and Woman's Club '
Oct. .
Thursday. 4; and Tu... Oct. 9 7-10 ; Organizations Theatre. She, has trained with'Jan
p.m. 922 E. Call St. Call 964-4210 for more Information. As the name implies, Dancetellerrequires
A Wclghtwatcher Club... 'Is being h.ld In St rk. on Monday night at 6.30 p.m. members of the community Van Dyke and the New
Square Denclng... Squar. dancing will b. held the .
second and fourth Thursday Call Peggy Register 1.173.2730-for more 'information. Choreographers Ensemble in'
of each month at B p.m. ot the Masonic Lodge In Starke, corner of Call and \ iIO> ,not only to. be -strong dancers Washington and studied ballet with
Orang. St. Call. I. Jim Duncan. Visitor welcome. Mainstream dancing. Melrase TOI'S., Th. weight' reducing 'club meets. each Tuesday at. 9:30: a.m.'at. ,' :capable of soloist roles; but also 'Margaret, Sinclair.I the, Royal'
the Ellam credible'actors and' ',actresses as
Baptist Church In M.lros. \ : .
Ballet of London.
Trinity episcopal Church... : /
Meeting held each week In the Parish House Include dance and drama techniques are
: Lake Butler TOPS... Take Off Pound. Sensibly Club meets each: Thursday evening blended. Ron Guillory has a B.F.Aandance. "
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. at 6:30 p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church on 1200 S. 12th St. In Lake Butler.' For further Trina Collins, the artistic directorof from the California Institute of the t
'Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30 Information call Linda Durham at 496-3334.1., is 'Arts. He studied ballet; with.;Mia, .
Brownies' _. Monday at 3 p.m. AerobU'; ; k.1t tktl.r: Danceteller. widely respectedas Slavenaka ;of",,the, Ballet Russe de.
I daises
p.m. 0 being offered In on Monday and WecInoaday'aft.no one of the leading choreographersIn ,'
Girl Scout Monte Carlo, :land i modern'dance, !
meet Monday at 3 s p.m. at 5:30,: p.m. In Roam 1368 of Union County High School.Call 964-9078. the nation. She trained with some with Bella .
BoChdrsters meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. .Information.. ?f" of the major dancers of our time, including Lewitzkyj

Christmas Cantot.! 1 ".''..''l-Set! each Monday at 7 Jude Classe.wlll be held Monday and.Thursday night* In k.y.ton.Heights Martha Graham,,. after binty'Moore IItu"d'led dance at ,the
Butler p.m. through Dec 21 at the High School cafeteria. Junior clones will ba held her M.A. In. Dance andTheatre Studio
Jake First United Methodist Church on Main Street lake Butler I from 6-3O-7-30: : a.m.' senior; receiving Mary Anth ny' and ,the ,
Wo_'s Che of Sterke..wlll hold a combined Rummage/Bake Sale classes from 730830.:: Call .: Monnd .at.at.theJUnlverslty.of Dancerschool )n'New York, City. fie. '
tlubhouse. Walnut and Jefferson street,starting at 8:00 at the Aerobic' Classes or. being offered Wednesday a*9:30 om.;;4:30, ,sac studied dance with Martha.Graham-
qm. Friday October S."Ola and 7:30: p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday at "30 p.m. at the and has- performed regularly, .,off.
eskeffcoll ,.... Keystone Height
Timer .
"Renita
.wtl! be Romasco: 'a Temple'
lasting a "Slam Dunk" contest Saturday Woman'* Club. Call 473-3784 for further Irtf rm tlon. ", iBroadway at The : I .
Actors Playhouse
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Oct. 20 of the Bradford High School Univer graduate In dance'was a .r
of
Begin 7
gym. p.m. $5.00.ntry fee. Tickets OvereaW Anonymous...m.et* r..kly'et the Sty Mark's v "
\ Cpls'capoF Ch nh'
at the door ore $'.00. Ticket* end more "Information featured performer with the touring William Scott ha9AtudiedWilh'one ,_
at Chubs .
Sport Center and parish hijuse,Thursdays at I|;t30 ..m..Fa* Information call 782-3931.: -" ', '' ,: .
the Chamber of Commerce office. 4 ;Great Chaiy Danca Company.'of'' oft 1 the' hiastersi, contemporary! :
o.n'. Foraet.Looiclng Glass Annual Cook-but" "' .'cl.. Cto......WIII be held each thurid' j beginninG at t'pm.: 'at th*'First' Philadelphia: before'. 'Joining. modern dance, Bill )Evans. rtistic: .,
Bor-B-Ou. coming 'Oct., starting United Methodist Church Main Street, Bvtler. -
It up toke Th.r. will be a $'.charge: '. .Danceteller.: director of Dance' Theatre.auie. ,,
I around! a.m. Liv..nt.rteinm.nl,and drinks. Keystone Heights. per: person porticlpotin! .., more. eorwfuete4! by.Betty Herring and.WI,IJ Yates. ; Susan Turner graduated from) the He has toured ,,ace,'an ,actor and '"

". Bey Scout. Troop 70 meet* from 7 ':30 p.m. each Tuesday (In the scout Dupitcete' Irl4g. 'Clu..m.. .,* a.ryTused: nIght, dance department of the Universityof dancer with the' ,MagicvT 1 '
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! : .It m. 0". Sh rIc. Marvlarxf.where she was a dance .throughautthe1'fot4flwNSi .
hut behind the tennis. courts on Pratt Street In Stork. Woman flub.:| Bridge player are Invited to attend. ; ) : .
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Bluegrass Convention will off '. no orw) ,J Hrttfl the t onC'fam:: i CIetl: ,I i" proQl f'to backtM'ii: p,1 G$
,. an exciting weekend for bout fin TtriTfiepodeuiNd am 'sur. thd
, qut In Like Abbey d 10crlp1fp:!. bon..t IJPpro4ch
October 5, 6, and 7 at the trey!
Music Park off highway 301 I expected as much. of injf tncounUr. I T w 11'tJnIUv fInd alqp

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will feature, among
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I I' the Bluegrass Boys from the

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Guests include the Lewis
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t I't',!;t;. Larry Florida State Sparks Bluegrass and '; I I

I',. Ramblers, Red Murphey l
L.' The Cross Family,
yI aI;I;. and Cattle Co., Brushfire
Heart of Dixie
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known promoters Bill
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musical instrument repairs .
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t.t.'I Mrs. Nelma S. OCT.: .4-10, 1984.,. Qpa'e ,,.

f fl. Mrs Nelma Saunders
Kingsley Lake, died
30 in the Memorial
Baptist
I,,;1, Jacksonville, following an ;; !
illness.
Born in Oneco. Fla.,
moved to Kingsley Lake
t' years ago. She was a
seamstress and 'a member
First United Methodist SMART
'i. Starke. ORANGE YOU m Woo BRAND
Survivors include ,SUPERBRAND 100% PURE. 15 10-LB. HANDI-PAKSt
t,, daughters Miss Carolyn B. :
Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Patricia ORANGE GROUND
f" Connell of Punta Gorda, .
It"" Barbara K. Byrd of San JUICE BEEF :
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Calif. five grandchildren Qr
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t''' great grandchildren. r .

V Funeral services ; .
,i, Wednesday Oct. 3, In the 99 JQ 79'q ." d1
Jones Chapel at 11 a.m. '. ; .
HALF Q .. ,
1,1', Ballard Wilson and Rev: GAL.. .
Douglas officiating. Burial I LB '
{. Crosby. Lake Cemetery I U nll. 2... 11000...,AIeN UMIt Ia1L, w//10./ a non. r,
q direction of Jones Funeral puodo.dud.."" 1"N fuM adnL...... ,
I: Starke.

: Clinton Eaves
ti,,. Clinton Eaves, 69, of
Road, Starke, died QUANTITY RIGHTS ,
22, in Shand's RESERVED .
1 ing Sept. Wrw011e HOME INO.aawaxr
.. ", Hospital, Gainesville, .' IM/
t long illness.
Born in Hartwell, I
Eaves moved to
: Georgia in 1935. He was a

l r. J m lCa Pine Level ter1and"waS'Baptist, CMl" ;,'(' .

\ WYorlncludAslls.+ .
; Myrtie Thornton Eaves of ;
'.: two daughters, Mrs.
.' Reames of Starke and
.\ Manning ; four damn I nl l __,_
, Edward, Marshall c rmlmAU/lrne n\ \ \1
r. Donald Eaves, all of
I' 1'' BEECHNUT STAGES I II
Z',, ; .' sister, Mrs. Lorene
I ,. S.C. nine TOTAL BABY '
.. Pendleton ; IR'hon794 IZ. $169 4 .88
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Starke to Michael G. &. $,139 : '<1:
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: Scott Robertgs for $37,900.
; Gerald Griffis
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Palma D. Cain& Barbara
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probably need to be them"'T a big
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came to had
Florida from Southeast Asia. It was "We
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An Imported Pest here In Lake
Sampson because
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freshwater ponds, lakes and rivers. try treatment 'in, Lake
Orange Lake In ,, Howell ,
Alachua to If
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County before It was used here Hinkle theorized There we can clear It up as wel"
that the may have come to Lake are stories of swimmers becoming entangled In the,mass of plants, Nearby Lake Rowell is also infested I'
Careless Sampson from Lake Orange. The which usually float just beneath the surface but form !) by hydrilla but has a much thicker
culprit? fishermen a near solid mat of mud bottom
who so
didn't more chemical
clean
off their
boats trailers have to be
or material all the down to the bottom,and may used. The lake has been the I
before coming from Lake way panicing and drowning when subject of tests on another brand ,
Orange to Lake
Sampson. ; of treatment,whIch has been
they were unable to reach the surface. The solar. much
spread of the
"The infestation weed sled cut off less successful than
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'! ; by Linda Wharton -10 am.- Emily Day, vocalist; will be a "hands on" experience In e LOSS OF SLEEP
'1>0 Angela Williams and Kathleen arts and crafts for children. These' I
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I and Crafts Festival this Saturday -10:30 a.m. Demonstration of the Melrose Oirl Scout and NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARMS Rlchardsan ,"
J.Ir t with over 100 artists, craftsmen and water color painting by Lib Brownie troops and their leaders. PAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS Dr.
"", 1 entertainers providing something of McLaughlin and Kat Wimberly.11 These activities will be conducted LOW BACK& LEG PAIN '
:i iterest for all ages during the all day a.m. .- Rhythmic GymnasticsTeam without charge as a community service -
1)1.) affair. of Gainesville performing. project. '
)c, I The festival will open on the -11:30: a.m. The Brass Circle, a The Melrose Boy Scout Troop will MOST INSURANCE PLANS .
I Melrose Community School grounds brass sextet will perform. also be performing a community COVER CHIROPRACTIC Auto Accident&Whiplash "
., -12:30: Demonstration of the service by supervising traffic and
at the intersection of SR-21 and p.m. Union Worker's On tho-Job |furies a Blue CrossMaster ,
Insurances ,Comp (In
spinning wheel by Peg O'Brien. parking during the festival "
SR-26 at 10 a.m.October 6,closing at4p.m. Medical Plans Medicare a Etc t I i iI @
r -1 p.m. -Tresa Buz, vocalist.
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available for visitors in
the field
be exhibiting in the gymnasium of Gainesvile.2 behind the gymnasium.The I 473-36O4 I :
fi and in the tree-shaded areas surrounding p.m. Demonstration of the : -
the school," said Jane snake skin craft.by Jessie Smith and Melrose P.T.O. will supply
. Driscoll, chairman of the event. Woody North. refreshments all day which will include Keystone Bonk Annex Downtown Hwy 21
i. An added feature of this year's -2:30 p.m. Cross Creek Cloggers hot dogs, hamburgers;drinks, Keystone Heights Florida 32656'Norman's
I,". festival will be the scheduled artist and the Buck Snort Barn Dance pastries, snow cones and a bake
r .'' demonstrations and continuous Band. sale.
< q' entertainment.These will be held on -3 p.m.-Demonstration of pine nee
1 a stage near the gymnasium with dle basket weaving by Margaret
Henry DeLoach acting as Master of Boone.
: Cermonies. -3:30 p.m Demonstration of china.
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Mark Frledlln airfields if the red flan goes up," explained "We would immediately be cadre responsible for coordinating
BCTStaffWrlter Squadron CommanderFrank airlifted, along with our sister unit training and maintaining facilities,
The Florida National Guard's W. Kozdras from his office in based in Virginia Beach, to a loca- equipment, and supplies.
Camp Blanding Training Facility the new armory building at the tion somewhere. in Southern 'We expect to increase. the :k ;PFD ..A'yi' ""ruA'
continues to grow with the addition Camp. Kozdras gained his experience Europe," Kozdras explained. "To number of visiting units within the n
of an elite new unit which will be as Base Engineer for the maintain air superiority In the European next few months which will also
;k: .' making its home here but must be 71st Fighter Group in the Pittsburg theatre properly functioning have a beneficial effect on the
: ," prepared to move out within a mo- area before being chosen to head up airfields\ are vital. We would fly into economy of the local area," Kozdras
ment's notice in case of an emergency. the elite Red Horse Squadron. "They the site begin emergency repairs to said. "We will be hiring from a
I have a lot of land down here where the landing strip itself then recover 50-mile radius around the camp:Job
I The 202nd Civil Engineering have the room, and don't have to and restore as much of the damaged training will be available in about 27
Squadron is one of only a handful of worry about making noise, in a con- support equipment at the site as positions which will provide oppor-
1. its kind in the United States Who's tinuing effort to make our trainingas possible. The rest we have to tunities for many people In the com-
primary mission is to "recover, realistic as possible. If an replace. The goal is to restore the munity to improve their quality of
I repair and maintain" bombed out or emergency occurs, we wouldn't site for combat operations as quick- life."
damaged military airstrips in a war- have the time to learn the ropes on l ly as possible. Hours may be vital in Salaries amounting;' to $750,000 }.
time situation. the way.We can't just be ready to go that situation." generated by 27 new full-time positions }M1l ,t trI
The RED HORSERapid one weekend per month, we have to The new unit will employ a total of and an additional $700,000 t
I Engineer Deployable, Heavy Opera- maintain a constant readiness in 217 personnel in its new home at generated by 190 guardsmen and
tional Repair Squadron Engineer) case we are needed, We think this Camp BLanding in the following another $90,000 for deployed units
squadron was formerly based in facility offers us that and we also specialties: Civil, Electrical and coming to Blanding for training will
Jacksonville at the International hope we can make a positive impacton General Engineers Supply,' Ad- account for an annual economic impact -
Airport where it was assigned to the community and the surroun- ministration and Transport Officers, on the local community of well
maintain the airstrip and all vital ding area with new jobs as well." Doctorsgeneral practitioner, over $1.5 million.
functions on the ground for the 125th The new unit will also be available. Medical Technician, Administration New construction required to
', Fighter Group, an interceptor for service in times of natural Safety Technician, Disaster house the "Red Horse" unit will
: squadron equipped with supersonic' 'disasters in the state In addition to Preparedness, Sheetmetal amount to 3.4 -5 million dollars over
,I F-l06 fighter planes assigned to protect continuing their training regimen.In Carpenters, Electricians,, Ref and the next three to five years plus an
the airspace of the continental an war-time situation NATO AC Heating Specialists, Masonry, additional$150,000 in alterations and
,, United States. 'commanders believe that the pre Vehicle Maintenance, Construction modifications to existing facilities.
The reason for the move from sent numerical superiority of the Equipment operators, Plumbing Maintenance required to sustainthe
Jacksonville&"The communist air forces may present Supply Specialists, Pavement and operation is estimated to $200 -
expanded area at Camp them with a tough situation a vital Maintenance, Engineering
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Blanding offers this squadron a network of military airfields damaged Assistants, Production Control, pest per year Squadron Commander Frank' Kozdras,
perfect training ground for us to by a "first strike"of enemy Management and Liquid Fuels. "We're glad to be here," Kozdras .
train personel for our mission,whichis fighter bombers. 'That's where the Of the 217 guardsmen, approximately said. "We're looking forward to
to repair bombed out or damaged Red Horse unit goes into action. 27 will make un n, fun lime becoming part of the community. '. "
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sentenced September 18 to five the case. Espinosa pled guilty to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & A substanclal amount of guns Off CaU.! ,Road
years probation In Federal court for count five and count' eight Fireams. doa found in Brazil
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I"Outfitters" on US-301 south, was All other charges were dismissed.The rebuilt the records, did an audit and with not properly recorded addresses -
charged with eight counts of a basic Investigation, In excess of 18 charges were brought against' .; and ages of alledged buyers MOBILE HOMES
charge of failure to maintain proper months, of the gunshop operation Espinosa at that time, according to,., :J(as required by law), said Brady I .wy j CARS, .

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Grandin. Man Killed In Log Truck' Accident Temple,964-7071


A 67-year-old Grandin man was ding to Corporal Ron Lewis John Henry Williams, 33, 'of The accident had traffic stopped Mini-Warehouses
killed instantly when his pickup A 1980 Kenworth semi-tractor and Hastings, driver of the log truck was for approximately four hours, !said
truck was struck by logs which had log trailer westbound on SH-100 east pinned in for two hours until a Lewis.
ejected from a log trailer Monday of Florahome ran off the roadway cherry picker from a nearby timber Williams was charged with 5 x 10's '17 month
morning on SR-100. onto the shoulder and back onto theRalph company could pick up the logs, careless driving, according to '
roadway causing the truck to roll which were scattered from one ditchto Homicide Investigator 'Marvin 10 x 10's 30 month
Wesley Brockman driving a over and the logs to elect from the the other. Williams was taken by' Smith. 20's.
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1976 Ford pickup truck was protrailer.. The logs struck the pickup ShandsCair to the hospital but was x
nounced dead at the scene'of the acwhich'' rolled over and was again released after being treated for Damage to the pickup was $3,500. Call For Further Information
cldent October:; 1 at 8:20: a.m,, accor- struck by airborne logs. minor bruises and abrasions. Damage to the log. truck was$40,000.
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"/A Hampton man was arrested Fri- times last month, according to a 4I ,
day in Alachua and charged with spokesperson from that department.The I Now Announces '4 Now ,Open Tues.-Sat. 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
four counts of delivery of marijuanaafter deals were for between V 4 to rh .
he reportedly sold the drug to ounce of pot at a time with the price 20% Off 3 Gal., Azaleas
an undercover agent who had posedas working out to $140 an ounce. The EVENING DENTAL SERVICES :
a co-worker. agent was posing as a co-worker in LANDSCAPING PLANTS I

'A Jim' E. Yates 38,sold small quan-' Alachua Yates,when who was the deals also hit were with made.five Tuesday Thursday 6-9'PM, : : Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees, Custom Made SwingsI

,tities of high-grade sinsemilla mari- counts of writing worthless checks ,
juana to an agent from the Combined from separate cases,had bond set at 459 W. Call 964-5152:
GalnesvilTe-Alachua Narcoticsand $12,500 in a court hearing Monday :... .: .... ...--".- 984-7109 All Nature Sings of Jesus

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I Keystone Heights Ads -r WANTED Y' \, ,,,' ''' FOR-' _..,.J, RENT"" "t'-:' '.. ..,.'. .. '.''". ,: \'. '"" ')I'FOR, .\.11 RENT'.-.... \l ; .'m, _tI 'h, r'a._FOR_.iLkljL,SALE___' .. )",




FRANKLIN WOOD STOVE Plus Insulated
FOR RENT E"ICIEN :v'APARTMENTS One Also 10x20
SERVICES :
PERSONAL and chimney. $300.
AXLES TIRES pipe
Two axle and four tires MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK.
bedroom 301 N. One mile north of Call after 7
$100.
over
Highest price paid. Green's Mobile homes and for r.nt.R.crtlonot m.taltPatio *
Welding
HEIGHTS space Starke! limits. $145 month, $100 \
KEYSTONE city .p.m\:'. ''64.8674.9/21,2tpd 10/04
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, Shop 301, South. Stark. FL. 904.5007 vehicles welcome Phon. .
REALTOR security deposit. Call Tiffin & Owen 16
REALTY 11/03 tfnchg 4682912. 9/16 tfn SPECIAL SALE: Bradford Motel rooms
kitchen. cobln.it and trim corpenfry. Rental Available Inc. 964-5065. llrhg 10/4 furniture and misc. Items. One day
property of
Reasonable Call 473.4018 after STEEL BUILDING DEALERS NEEDEDi Commercial MOBILE 'HOMES FOR RENT One .mile
prices location KITCHENETTES All utilities furnished
Central I 9/27
ZONED POll BUSINESS only. October 8, begins at 10 a.m.
Industrial A Farm building from Starke city limit Clean. Hwy. 16
5:30 p.m. I. 5 ttnchg $300 mo. TV. Dally or weeMy. Underwood '
ft., -
850 per
on HWY-21. sq sales No Investment W. (::011..68.1323.10/07 tfn. 2tchg 10/04
+ CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In. 2BR. 1 BACB I required.To app Motel Highway 301 N. 3% miles N. of extras. ,
WHITE SANDS IAKE SUZUKI 550: like new, many
ly, contact North American Steel CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On
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staltotlonfc estimates
y experience. Call 473-4217 and ask years for house, screened porch, garage. $333;, Bldg., Inc., 614/488-0728. M-F. 8-4,00. Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call 2 Stark.BR, 1 BA Itpd FURNISHED 10/4 One mile north 1000. Will, negotiate Call 9645406. I
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10/4 1011PERSONAL 9/272tchg
mo 2tpd 468-1323. 10/07 tfn.
Craig. 517tmchgHANDYMAN 2/1 FURNISHED COTTAGE en leke. olStorke. $275. Evening A weekends, SUZUKI MOTORCROSS BIKEt RM :25Q.;
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly
All kind ol horn repair,
: call 17869189. 10/4 : 10/11 .
AveUeMe through Jun. 2tpd New all good condition. ln
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rates. Apartments,
fix needs '
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mobilehome -
repairs up UNFURNISHED 2 BR APARTMENT ,
SHeVineeMh KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Ave. 7/28 Hn eludes rnotorcross boots, leathers, .tl\
I No lob too email. Minor plumbingrepair Available Nov. 1. $235 per mo., $100 10/4
$650. Call Jody, 9644467. Itchg
REALTY ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH
*. Cleaning ..rvlc.. Light haulIng security deposit. Call 96/-4228. 120 N. n.wl)
7272..173.4941. MACHINES ATARI VIDEO GAME 200; Like
REPAIRED All
.. W/SwImmlng pool. Maid service
Call Jim 473-3671 day or .. .Ing Myrtle St. Itchg 10/4
6/21 rmcKg makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted. linen Included Restaurant and loungeon Storage case and games. Great
5/17 tfnchg.CARMICNAEI'S 1 BR APARTMENTi Call St. Furnished.
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Christmas $75. Call 964.1467.ltchg
Work
$15. guaranteed JamesStrickland premise Utilities' Included. gift.
Interior-
,\ PAINTING I BR MOWLE HOME with large living corner Morgan Rd. ,,and $300/mo. Free parking. Econo Lodge of $165 per mo, $100 security deposit.Call 104BUTTERBEANS
Reference, 473-7517 Stpd :1.1
9/27 exterior. 10/26 area. High Ridge Estates. $225 mono Hwy 16. Star..... 12/29 tfn Stark., 964-76OO. S/03 tfn Tiffin A Owens, 964-5065. Itchg : White or specks U-Pick.
10/4
j HOUSECLEANING and thty. Call 4732730. Itpd 10/4 CHAIN LINK itENCEt Installed. Fre. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 $6 bushel. 4962895. Itpd 10/4 ,
Responsible FOR RENT ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small
: GAS RANGE FOR SALE with 4 burner
estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. BA For Information call Lake :
apt. more
r.liobl. Reference available. Call .
t 473.2658 evening. 2tpd 9/27-10/4 HOUSES FOR SALE Owner Tommy Reddish. 9648559.329' Butler Apt... 496-3141.' Equal Oppor- cottage. No,children winter rate.or pets.until Call May 5332366.1. $150mo. $20. Free to good home, grown cats '..'

tfn tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 7823279. Itchg 10/4
PRESSURE WASHING Remove* dirt Itchg 10/4 tit
home 11 1/2 ASSUMABLE MORT. Keystone MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. FURNISHED A/C KINGSLEY LAKE COTTAGE REFRIGERATOR Dorm size, 2'/ cu. ft.
mildew ond from .h
peeling paint 18 2 ROOM EFFICIENCIES Utilities
i 1/2 bath Also have quilts for sale. Assorted : paid. $75, travel trailer 28 ft, double bed
j deck and mobil. Club Estate 2 BR 1 : 3 BR. $350 month. 10-month !;lrr
driveways patio Furnished, clean No children or
pets
and excellent condition. $5200. (::0119M.,62.
homes. Call Rick at 4732452. 4tchg norwegion brick greatroom. laundry sizes. designs Betty Hlldebrand lease. No pet, no children 964 6491. Siesta Apt.. 964-7589. Itchg 10/4
I 9/27-10/18\ room porch garage. cypress fenced 964 8122. 6/21 tfnchg 9/06 HnHOUSE Itpd 10/4 : }
$46.500 WANT TO DRINKtTHATS 4 BR, 2 BA DWELLING on one acre with
bock yard. walk to golf course.
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with $11.500 down. 473-2538 eves or YOUR BUSINESS many trees Keystone Heights area.
Cook clean and/or keep com
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children. Call 533.2433.9/13 tfn
WANT TO Priced under $20,000. Call 9644993.
STOP
weekends." 9/13 tfnchg ,
1. pony. References upon request, setting LOG SPLITTER: For rent by day or hour. '
2 BA THAT OURS SELF-STARTING Itchg 10/4
schedule Please phone NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT 3 BR. on COUPLE FOR STORE
l 473 up .2289. 4tchg 9/27-10/18 now. wooded lot near golf course. Many* Alcoholics Anonymous9o441SO9t46894964S434 Call 964-6974. 10/4 fin MANAGEMENT position In Macclenny.Good TWO CHICKEN HOUSES 30x500 ft. Call ,
MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 BR
CONVALESCENT CARE Exp., dependable tra. By owner 4752598. 3tpd : darting salary AC :2 BR apt Included 9647893. 10/4 2tchg 10/11 ,

I will do light housekeeping and BY OWNER: 3 BR. 1% BA, 1V4 yrs. old. ALANON across from Furnished Lak. Geneva.unfurnished.$15 per House In. Plan available, Ad- 3 / TON AIR CONDITIONER: Compressorunit 5
t cooking. Keystone Area. Ann R. CHAA In Clay County. Beautiful lac. FAMILY GROUP month. or ditional fringe benefits. Call 1-466-3534 heat pump (CE). Approx.<< 5 years
473-7560. Bill. 9/27 tfn
Carlew 4737931. $4 hr. 5 hr. covered lot. fenced backyard 964.6219 lor Interview 7/05 tfn old. Price neg. Contact owner after 6p.m. ,
I per tree NICE NEIGHBORHOOD 3 BR, 2 BA.
BEING 964-5129. 10/11.
J pd thru 1/14 APPLICATIONS TAKEN for hardware 102tchg
minimum. 2tpd 10/4-10/11 deck. S48.900. Call 473-7272 or "
home has and
Unfurn
Newer stove
JOBS Have truck. Coll 4732789.4tchg BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE: man. Acme Hardware, 301 E. Call 2 DOUBLE BEDS $25 each; on. single
ODD 1041025HOUSECLEANING 1.259-2138.9/20 Hn Call Liz Langley, 964.5010. 8/30 tin refrlg., CH/A. Corner lot. No pet. Street Starke. Itchg 10/4 bed, $20; 2 dressers, one coffee table, '"

l dependable homesor WILL BABYSIT WEEKDAYS from 6:30: a,m. $370/mo plus $100 sec dep. Call CARRIER FOR MORNING fAPER ROUTE: $15. 19" Panasonic TV, $175 Call after
LAND FOR SALE 964-7826 9.5 days, 964.6058 eves, and 5, 9644133. l 10/4
[ newly constructed home clean-up. to 6:00: p m. T.r..a'M.ng. 4681399. Florahome and Keystone area, Itpd
10/04 weekends. 9/27 tfn and PISTOL CHARTER OFF DUTY 3B/col.pl.,
473-2289 4trna 9/13..tpd Telephone dependable transportation
1 Have reference BY OWNER S.7 acre. In Oak Forest. WILL DO TRACTOR WORK: John TRAILER SPACES AVAILABLE As of October required. Able to post cash bond. 2" barrel stainless steel w/holster and

HORSES BOARDED Keystone Heights 19500. 388-3229 REALTOR-OWNER Clemens. Ph. 964-7278. No lob too big 1. Under new management Equal Opportunity Employer Phone cleaning kit, $150 firm: Sear Silver-
Reasonable. Call 473-2730. Itpd
area. (Bradford Motel). Call 964-4713 for In.
or too small. 9/20..tpd 10/11 9645165. Itchg 10/4 tone AM/FM Stereo 5Vi ft. asking
I NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call PETS ENNIS AND SONS ROOFING REPAIRS: formation. 9/27 tfn PART-TIME SALES SUPERVISOR for the $200. 964-4409. Itpd 10/4

Chuck Satterwhlte, State Form Insurance Phone 533.2829.9/27 2tpd 10/04 MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP: $135 Florida Time Union to work afternoon HUNTERS SPECIAL: Heavy duty dog box<<, )

Lawrence Blvd.. Keystone PIT BULL PUPPIES UKC registered $200 NEED SOMEONE TO DO THINGS'YOU month plus security deposit Call after *. & early evening to supervise 4 ft. M<< 4 ft. by 2 ft. high. Metal construction "

Heights 473.7272. 7/19 tfn each both parents on premises. HAVE NO TIME FORT Refrlg., ovens, 4 30 weekdays, anytime weekend. young adults In local area. Must havecar. double door Wood top and bottom .

NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck 473-7702 Itchg 104MOBILE kitch.n cabinet, window, carpet 9648704. Itchg 10/4 Phone 964-5165 for Interview $150 firm. 9646805. 1 Itchg 10/4
Sotterwhite, State Farm Insurance, cleaning, etc Keystone. Starke and 1 BR FURNISHED APARTMENT: Lights and Itchg 10/4 GLASS FIRE SCREENED DOOR: Antique

Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Height. HOMES Melrose. Call 473-3504. 10/4 tfn hot water furnished, $160 month $75 it brass, fits 38" to 48" width. $50. Call
73-7272.7/19 tfn LAWN NEED MOWING Call 9644116. security deposit. Desire clean couple, SAT. SUN. POSITION 964-5667. 10/4 tfnSLEEPEItCOUCH

PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE: Complete Itpd 10I /.. No children or pet. Call 7 to 9; 12 noon Dependable person to work snack bar at : Light green, good con -.'
lawn care and maintenance. DOUBLE-WIDE DELUXE MOBILE HOME 2 I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Five days a or after 5 p.m. 964.8071. Itpd 10/4 Waldo Flea Mark.t. For appointment dition. Sturdy built. 964-7521. Itchg I"

Commercial or residential. Free BR. 2 both, Central air and electric weel. Call Elaine, 964.8396. 10/4 "tchg COUNTRY HOME Silver Spring area. call 468-2255. Itchg 10/4 10/4 ., ,

estimate 7'1.0'7 _'AA'.__ .,.... ... heat Double lot landscaped pool 10/25 Available Nov. 1. 3 BR, 2 BA CH/AC. SALESPERSON NEEDED Experienced In COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Stark.

Carport 2 outside building. BATON LESSONS: Saturday, Oct. 6. St. Energy saving woodburnlng stove mobile home sale Call 964-4414 or Truck Stop,,south of Stark.. 964-8212. .
MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS Postmaster Village. Must see to appreciate. Edward Catholic Church, beside high $360 mo., lease required. First and last come by Skyline Mobil. Home Center 11/24 tfn

475-1293.. Itpd 10/4 school at 11 a.m. $4 p.r lesson$16 month rent A $300 deposit Call Itchg 10/4 MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES: Windows A

r ANONYMOUS: Closed NEW l4x7K 2 BR TRAILER: With sunken month. All ages. 10/4 2chg 10/11 13750530. 10/4 tIn THE CITY OF STARKE Is now taking applications doors plumbing and elec. supplies;

I[ meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open bath plus 1 % bathroom., all appliances BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening LAKE GENEVA/KEYSTONE HEIGHTS for the position of a lineman also furniture BARGAIN CENTER 1 :

meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon. Included washer/dryer, AC service, circular hand, carbide, chain, AREA M/H 12x70 with expando. 3 BR. for the Electric Department. Must be mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn '10

I day 8 p.m All meetings at Educational furnished with exception of couch. Call mower blade hollow ground and 2 BA. Full/furnished. Private, quiet, high school graduate or GED. Considerable 1.000 CYPRESS FENCE POSTS 4" to 7" In '\

Building Community Church 473-2790 after 3,00. 964.8106, Saturday and Sun- balanced Leave at Jackson Building secluded. Spacious area. $225. per mo. knowledge of the principlesof diameter 7 foot long. You cut A "haul "

r or 4752130. tfnchg Hnvnlldnv. 9/13 tfn I Supply In Stork., Keystone Height or $100 deposit. Phon. 9647642. Itpd electrical theory as applied to electrical 50 cents each. J.R. Wainwright ",'
l' OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS- dues, Lake Butler. TFNchg 10/4 distribution system Apply at City 964-7835. Starke. 9/27 2tchg 10/04
fees or weigh In*. Open meetings LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 BR. 1M BA. W/W GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, NICE 2 BR MOBILE HOME: Convenient to Hall Merrell Deer office. l Itchg 10/4 65 FOOT MOBILE HOME with addition.

r Tuesay's, 7:30: p.m. Community hurch carpet, CHAA, new refrlg. A range, etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, shopping center. No pet or children. RETIRED LADY OR RETIRED COUPLE to 3/4 acres fenced 2 BR, 1 BA. A/C central "

i(( Educational Building, Keystone utility rm., garage, 1404 sq. ft. on /i 9646078. Order also taken In Lake 964-8810. Itpd 104FOR live In, clean'house, cooking & driver heat. New carp.t. new well. Most "A

Heights 473.2790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg acre (woods A creek on East side, ), Butler, 496.3079. and Keystone 4311187. 10/4 2tchg 10/11 furnished. $20,000. Call 964-5928 noonto

4 PAC RAT. Buy, Sell and trade. Used fur. concrete driveway on paved street Heights.' 473.4973. 2/26 finSubscribe LEASE THE FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUARD Is 6:00 p.m. 9/271tpd 10/18 .t.tr .

t nlture, appliances, household Item, near school 5 blocks off SR 121 In looking for young H.S. grad., Interested AUCTIONi Walt's Auction. Every Friday :

t collectable, glassware, old jewerly, lake Butler. $31,500. $1.575 down, 4800 SQ. FT. BUILDING on Hwy. 301 In construction electrical, night at 7:30 p.m. One block off 301 on

tools, etc 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 By owner I I South. $1.000 month. For Informa plumbing, vehicle male., masonry SR 16 next to NAPA Auto Parts.
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F SUNDAY BINGO..AMERICAN LEGION 1-755-2251 or 1.752.6231 .v... I ,. tion, send requests to P.O. Drawer A, heavy equipment operator, and other Everyone welcome. Stark., Fla. 10/4 .' ,

K' HALL Starting Oct. 7, SR.21 Sundays Stark., Florida 32091. Itchg 10/4 engineering fields. Earn' While You BRAND NEW PEOPLELOUNGERi Couch

2.5 p.m. Public Invited. 2tchg 9/27-10/4 Learn. Contact TSG Carl Slever at and recllner. Reasonably priced. Call .'1",1

Hale and Associates : 904-533-2268.: : 10/4 4tchg, 10/25. __ 964-5176<, ',?944.8;V8-Bsh. torJeanv Iyuuq

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j KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES second house'1 1on -, '. : <" ... .. .. -.... .. ".. Edger with- P-Unif., forkllft. Also two ,;, ,

left at entrance large selection of Located Corner of SR-121.. Auto-Detailing racing go-cart. with trailer. Call

tools, drills, clothe. and misc. Items. & SR-]B Worthinaton Sorlnqs/ ,J LAKE ALTO ESTATES: MH. 24x63, 2 BR, 2 4962729. No collect calls 10/4 2tpd ,

Saturday, October 6. Come early' for 496.3939 462-3068 .' We Clean Cars, Trucks, BA. On. acre plus landscaped A/C 10/11 '\"A'

(f, best selection Itpd 10/4 & All Types RVs. bay window., ceiling fan, cathedral KENT BASS: Three year old. ,In fair J

I TWO FAMILY-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Free Pick-Up( ceilings, many extras. $39,900. Contact shape. Play great. $110 firm. Call rA

I Oct. 5 and 6, 9.5. Keystone Club In owner eves or weekends 468-1055. 964-5005. Itpd 10/4
t Estates Tenth house on right. Tools, Specializing Farms Fr.. Delivery 9/27 4tchg 10/18 DINING ROOM SUITE: Like 'new, cost '"

t tj lamps, collectibles, household Items, and Acreage Building or Mobile Home Lots Come by Lake Chevy-Olds, ask for MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Keystone over $1400. Lighted china cabinet, five WO
linens Itpd 10/4 Steve or Ella McMahan or call Heights' 2 BR acres from lake chairs plus captain's chair A table with '4V

SATURDAY, OCT. 6-94. Three family, .500, down 7200 per month 782-3931 Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down. extra leaf. Pecan finish $375 firm Call a.t\'

I lamp., crafts, clothes, plant misc. Must remain on lot for five year. 964-8251. Itpd 10/4 \ i

and more Jasmine Ave a' Bird. Itpd 4737560. Bill..:...9/77.tin. nit
Now Mini
SATURDAY OCT. 6.9 a.m. Hwy 21 3/4 Renting Warehouse, NOTICE OF SALE 1.19

f mile south of Midway stores. Misc. Check Our Rates I Help Wanted ,..:.f

; household Items, canning jars. some A ,t J. -.11. Notice Is hereby given that under .(' i

: tools. Itpd 10/" \ Experienced .. and by virtue part IV of Chapter 83\ '..' =
: BUILDING FULL OF ITEMS 14 In. plow, 3 .- New Listings Needed Breakfast Cook ".5. .as Self-Storage Facility .Act, that ,
l pt. hitch attachment, for garden tractor 1 i the undersigned will sell for ca.h.o
,
,
i motorcycle (loaded), furniture, Pon.-Cook-tggs-Bake Biscuits the "highest bidder at' the corner of :
/ refrigerator, clothes, hardware tools, .
Laura and Water Streets, Stark.,
Wllltr.
Shift
antiques, camping gear. Rain or shine -Nlght .. Florida at 1:00 the ,,' '
1 : p.m.'on 211t day of :
Sat. only .S 6. Follow signs North
October 1984, the contents of Unit 6,
Florida Christian Service Camp off 214 rqr11
on Lake Johnson. Call 473,3281 or GARDEN RESTAURANTU.S. belonging to leroy Burton containing

I'f 4732000 Itpd 10/4 Janet M.Starling.: l 301 South 800 N. Temple Ave. household goods. By Allen's Attic Self
Service P.O. ,,Box
FRI. AND SAT. 8-5 Keystone Oaks area. 9 .. Storage 656,
Furniture, toys, and misc. Items. 3 Keystone' Heights' Florida 32656.

miles west of Keystone on 100 to Hwy REAUOR 1a042tchg 101} 11
218. Wutch for sign. Itpd 10/4 R.altor t'. ,ERA Tiffin'& Owens Inc.

MOVING SALE All remaining orchid J.

i! plants, Must sell low prices. Across JANE Se USHER -2'%.10 Ac.: $2,000 per Realtor
Jesse & Lucille'
from Methodist Church, 21. RoofingNew 1
Hwy
s AC. Pv'd .frntg. FAULKNER REALTY :
II'
473.46A61tehg 10/4 $12,90U. Formerly: Old Patclv Tear: Off I '

,, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Oct. 5 and 6. 8 Your,Union County Realtor .20 Ac. Cov'd In pine" You Name It Best Prices Best Work II'I
a.m. till. .73.7321 Hutchison Road. 1. 9134-50651
Itpd 10/4 496-2126 or ""-2903 .50 Ac.: $50,000..STATELY [ 659.2374'Florahom. HM

THURS., FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MO W.Main St.,Lake Butler OLDER HOME: B 11 11i I

Keystone Heights.Melrose area on 3 BR, 2 BA $45,000. 221: Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
REMOTE QUIET : SET' Mon.-Id.1:30a.m.to3:30om. Saturday e.m. H noon
Austin Road between C-219 and C-214 .
Real Estate. TING:2 BR, 2 BA.,$37,750, Route Carriers NeededThe
South off '100. Follow sign. Cycle, INVESTMENT PROPERTIES:
mowers, all tanks furniture e4 Ac.: $1,750 pet ac, Gainesville Sun needs dependable route car 1
antenna ,
EARLTOK BEACH Lot reduced One of kind.
to $5,000. a ,
I blankets, clothes, plants, etc. Mchg The Best Investment .3 BR. 2 .BA: Country. rler* for the Stark ,and' Waldo ereas. R.
I 25500. Waterfront. Lovely home with opprox-,- 5,000 so. ft. HAA qulr.m.nt.' Include a $200 refundable cash bond

\ CARS TRUCKS FEED STORE 45000. decks,.patio* A many extras. deposit and dependable transportation.
You'll Ever MakeFOR :
ACRES Nlc.land. 224
*25 : Hwy ,
: Per more Information contact OliO
LIQUOR STORE ; McElrey,
& BOATS AND LOUNGE IJp"' *3 BR 1 'A BA CB HOME on Hwy 225.Ig. screened porch.. 964-8170 or 4114109.Pinsripe.

Beautiful pecan tr... 62500. Cant beat the price,

173 CHEV. OPEN ROAD CAMPER A/C. SALE:' SERVICE$40,000 STATION IY| POULTRY FARM with or without (tome' .

Radio C.B., Gas stove, Refrldg. $6,000 *HOMES* .3 BR $25,000t oPav'd *38 ACRES: Hwy 301 S. '
107 ACRE FARM LAND.
.
Lawtey.
4733905 Itpd 1015 /"
BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE frontage;
BRICK HOME on :3 PERRYMAN LOT A OFFICE BLDG. Madison St..
FT. COBIA with 55 h.p. and .... ? t
Chrysler (plus) acres In lake Butler With SUPER location. .
HANDYMAN SPECIAL Orange St. Has ben reduced
: to
tilt trailer $900. 473-7321 :
Hutchison Meal far home A office combination. ((901)782-3931' .
"
Road ? $14,500. & Painted Si.gn's.BV'John
,1 I I Itpd 10/4 Fronts 2 street easy access for professionalor P.O.. Drawer M t> JEHOVAH..... WITNESS! CHURCH SLOG: Pratt Si.: ,

FOR SALE commercial, u... Ha potential for Income 301 Lawtey,: A BUTLER, ROAD: Assume m_ tg.' by, qualifying. No downpayment. :and Only\QnMonday' .every
producing Investment. Call me and find out "
.
we9k
SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL how. For appointment anytime to show. JANE' 366-Home' on lakefront' *49 ACRE OLDER FRAME'HOME: Hwy 229. 8 A.M. Jo 2 P.M.:
PUMPSl PVC S.
pipes and fittIng. Water softeners. "JUST USHER.THE REALTOR.RIGHT SIZE I" Beautiful Breeiewoy; workshop *LARGE CB HOME with 3 BR, 2 BA. Patio, format LR A DR. > Beginning O country dock, bootw/motor; riding FR. Fenced yard. Pecan trees, |lust reduced.,$:f9.900 '
Bryan Ac. Hardware Go See JOHN
Keystone Hgts.. at the
view
from this new "
hilltop farm with 12 Providence :
473-4006 5/24 tfnchg acres. mower, home Is furnished. *2 BLDG LOTS on Cherry .St.,S4.00Q,, each or $7500 'for
or_. Price Reduced Low Interest offered y Fried Chick ,
Factory '
AMWAY PRODUCTS: Colt to place,, yourorders Priced at $35,000. : both. 'I, tt ,
Nutrlllte Vitamin. N.ed extra to qualified buyer. /368.6-Unlt )Efficiency *2 ACRES with 3 BR, frame ham*. ,,_n ,, .... ? :In Downtown; Starke r US,301 Y:rx.: '
NEAR EMSNEW LISTING.) bedroom Brick Room BROWNIEE, ROAD 3 2 BA: 0" '30'Clcr. ..
Incom.?, Call us for details Apartment Rental : BR. bfkk ; ...
home and 2 bedroom mobile home I ,.. .
73.3671.5/10 tfnchg on cc for' expansion. $73,000. //eoutl'ulland;pecan A fruit tree {>\i ; .

SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2V4 mile Good Income-producing property.' Don't pass, Term. A/ ',' I *HWY 30V N. With small bldg. 150x250, nice commercial 1[') ;;

east of Melrose. Azalea sale, 50 cents this up before you see It. 135A.1I.e.. Ranchette." 3 M, property 49900. : $ Readi'HRmN .. rI.
each $limit. 475-1639 8/16tfnchg OLDII BUT GOODIE..2-story kerne In lake 1% BA Home, Mint condition. I *20 ACRE FRAME HOUSE: Rising Rd:' 'lnlcet: BR, 1' BA ." : 'e-,

HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm section Butler Excellent location. Over 2.000 sq. ft, $44,500.Call I fenced, pecan tr.... 2 dug ponds. Reduced tq $65,000 r

-, plus organ, music$995. Calf Partially w/w carpet and CHAA. Needs tender to see :O.rl <*' *6.9 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LooP-.ooo. Terms. Curies : ,.,..
473-22)0) weekdays or' 473-4648 love end care. Owner willing to do minerrepairs ,, ', bedroom k 2 bath home en I *2 ACRE-Hwy 301 S. Commercial : Cycles: ,1 ,"'"

weekends for appointment to .... tfn and else finance qualified byyer. MORGAN ROAD wlthhandyman
ON
21.6 at. Priced at *FARM, special '
1 H.... STA-RITE multi-stage deep well Shown by appointment enly.ACREAGE/ $63,000. I Highway :301 S. Stark
Term available. hove.ttCOVtAPARiMENTS,8,7 ; >
pump, 2 |Inch adapter CA 42 Can-alre l'( I ; BR ,frame,house. Good Irv 464.6030,1OII
tank, drop-pipe, let, sand screen. Used -9 ACRES Includes pines, several large oak m.. Term '
c
v. 6 month $250. Echo powered week tree end tobacco barn. SR 337Seme rI.
gas Property on
WITH HWY FRONTAGE Meroe. teed|
'* *LOT : | ,, Motorcycle ;
eat., $95 473-7529 927.104NYLON Sales
2tchg financing ewilable..10 7* ACM WAIDO'' 1320' frontage on Hwy 301 S F I.
.I *
SCULPTURED carpet and pad. .- ACRES Large pine trees, Worthington SftrwIng >> PROPERTIES. \q' ? Iliiflgnnlent 5aias 1.J
.WATERFRONT f .. '
Med. 11x12 $123 Indian sand \'. t
,green : eree. Owner will flnanc. et 10X. mall SPECIALFIVI'ACRES I 'rC.1f ';. 4 w
med. 2 pieces 1911 and 8.12 $150. -Wheaivrsi,
473-3538 Upd 10/4 down p4ynitftt .. .\ W/WO Bft MOBILE' \HOME.! $16. TEAMS, OWNER MUST SELL I CAIC: TODAY, < ,.
IROYHILL FORMAL dinIng' roam .,.N. ._.Jit. '
set Tempi l.Ad1. 1'
Owner financing. River fnNtta .. 2,000',!., 301, :2 unit. ,, ....-:-...;"t.' I. ,. ; "
and Wards dryer. Call after 6 p.m. reed **,rfce.ri aijtI' *3-Unlt Triplex on new ," "" I ','t' ,. '' 'h.' .... ''1
4734333. Itehg 10/4 I frontage. DUPLEX IN TOWN Owner financing: available.. % ,.., \." ,; -" ." ::10.( "i 11I
CANOPY BEDROOM SUITE Ivory and I I'I RENTALS' STUOOTVIWAITY *RtOyCH 3 BR, 2,BA home on 5 Ac.,.with pond. $46,500; .\
$
-1 Bedroom hem ,.. '
Gold, double bed, dresser 'night I on \ lie Fenced backyard> ? ASS CIATb:.. ., ': ,. .,. INowTak"ln.'LavawnVl'. ) I
land, and chesf. Spread (horns and 'fruit tree..Cent;.H"A. Out ef '-'" ., ', WKMC PAUtltNER: 9 4-5l49 ." .j.SUSAN VXuiKNER<<96.4648ou 'I' \ For Trampoline* -t
I -1 Bedreem Ito :*eth*. hi t.wn.'Show!ubdlwf.r. '1''I\f.', 1" '. ... Sf
'
canopy Included. Excellent Condition; x YQUNO.P44.7S25. 808 MATHEWS,964,7281 ; f. G.- r
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r(.,c 473-4646 Itcho 10/4. '' I "0... _.964493:1 471-M M FUSE JOHNs96A.55 1. <4 *." ,, : I, .r ..For I Christmas;, ", ,,_' *


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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '83 LINCOLN 4 door. Signature ..ri I... MULTI FAMILY Furn., ctothet, and mist FBI 8 SATi V.9. 805 N.Westmoreland St.Cloth. FOR SALE OR LEASE

to the Bradford County Like n_. 4731-2214. 8/30 tfn item At Small World Day Care ... tmoll appliance., mite. Itpd i
(&(.graph oHle In writing and paid In 1969 CHEVY IMPALA ..4-door .350 Center, corner of Bridget and Cherry 10/4 .rand new HtS rWillear
advanc. unless credit It already engine, Intlde and out.ld. In good con $5,.. Saturday only 8:00: a,m. to 5:00 SATURDAY OCT. ei 9.S p.m. On Crlfflt Mobil. Home. 2 BR I'/

established with this oHIc. dition. Good tlret and new battery. p.m. 964.8464 after 5 p.m. Itchg 10/4 Loop, SE 30th Ave. Dishes, glass, clock BA. CHtA. Completely ., (!
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT .1 9646528. 9/13 tfn SATURDAY, OCT. 61 9... Clothe., radio kitchen: curtain., baby clothes A furnished. Already setup ) REALT

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1912 FORD F'lOO TRUCKi Excellent Cond. household goods, ttereoi lots of ,clothes, mltc. Item. 3-t_ trailer type en lot. ,
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AD IS TAKEN OVER Asking$5800. Call after 5:00,964-6238. material handreade toys, etc 411 A/C. Itchg: 10/4 Call 533-1050 j",
THI TELEPHONE. 9/13 tfntr1T"11IUI Alton Road, Stark9.FRIDAY Nth AVENUE S miles west on SR 16. For Appointment. Ask

Clattltl deadline I It TUESDAY. you can buy |I..pi for $M' AND$SATURDAY By Handy Way lawn mowers, children clothet, for Charlie Parliament. PHONE 9 -7776ERWIIUGAR
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. through the U.S. Government?Get the on SR 225 In Lawtey. Call 7823797. ceramlct. curtain I more.3th 6th and Owner will finance. CECELIA
Minimum charg It 19 words for$2.75. fact todayl Call 1-312-742-1142 ..t. Itpd 104SATURDAY 7th. 9644324. Itpd 10/4 205 N. Tamplo,. Stark. I
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. 609.-9/20 COW 11/01 OCT. 61 9:00: a.m. to 2:00: FOUR FAMILIES Household Itemt, ls, f.

19M CHEVROLET Car motor rung good p.m. .Multi) family. Inside C.Y.A.. children X women' clothes, dining GRAPES
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ONE N..d. tome body work and Bingo Hall on Grlffl. loop. 964 8324.Itpd room table w/four chain. 3% miles SPECIAL REDUCED

FCAN (Florida Clattlfled Ad N.twork). upholttery. Make offer. On. truck topper 10/4 north of Storks, west tide of road near YOU PICKMuscadines PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEY-NW 75TH

For $125 ((25-words), your ad will go Into short wheel bo... Make offer 368 THREI FAMILY YARD SALES Oct. 7 only. Underwood Motel Saturday. 964-8237. AVE. 2% ACRES. SELLING PRICE ONLY
N. St. call 964 6957. Behind Textile Town. From 9 a.m. to 4p.m. Itchg 10/4
56 Florida newtpapert (dalllet and Cherry or Itpd & 39900. WITH 7900.DOWN PAYMENT.
week II..) for a circulation of 1000.000 10/4 Itchg 10/4 EVERYTHING MUST Got Truck car Scuppernongs
reader Make that mon.y work foryou..S. 1962 CHEVY PICKUP Good condition. FRIDAY. OCTOBER St Keystone Helghtt,' ,boot. antique dinette set (9 pc..), TVs Look For Sign FINANCED BY OWNER 12% FOR 15

." the FCAN way. Call Call 964-4985. Itchg 10/4 corner of Cypress 4 Sylva Way clothes, dishes, chain A mltc. Item, YEARS. MO. PMT..$379.25. IMMACULATE.

64-6305, atk for Sylvia Today. 1976 GMC 3/4 TON LONG BED New Household goods, antlquet, Jewelry. Open House Toy Party. Ask how you LILLY'S VINEYARD STORAGE SHED 10'x20'. BARBECUE PIT l ,
DON'T DELAY-CAIL TODAY I point and tires, V-8 automatic air, etc 9 00 o.m.1i1 ?? Itpd 10/4 can get$401n merchandise free. Frl. 4 ft GOURD MUSEUM

toolbox B ..tro.. KOA Campground LARGE YARD SALEt Saturday Oct. 6, 8-4 Sot, Oct. 5 8 6. 9.30 until ?? Corner of ..... PATIO.
Site 34- evenlngt. Asking 2200. Itchg p.m. 127 N.Water$t. Behind P..t Con. 225 8 229 Boy I... Highway. White. WE NOW HAVE FOUR NICE HOMES
BUSINESS 10/4 trol. clothes a mltc Itemt 9647020. house for Information. Call 964-7096 or I hwy 100 Florahoma AVAILABLE FOR LEASE:

OPPORTUNITIESOWN 1977 LINCOLN TOWNCARi 4-door, load..d. Itpd 104FRIDAY 64-BB49.. Itchg: 10N. /. 12 MI. E.of Keyttone .
One owner.35009644269. Itchg AND SATURDAY: Four families. 233 BAY STREET Thurt. a Fri all day. 659-2121 .4 BR, t BA ON MORGAN RDi Beautifully;, landscaped

10/4 Furniture, bikes, clothe., lots of misc. Baby clothes a mite Itemt. 964.4656. with swimming pool surrounded by chain
YOUR OWN Jean-Sporttwear, 1976 MERCURY MONTEGO MXi AC AT Itemt. 8-N Ford tractor. Hammond 1 Itchg! 10/4 HHHBH link fence, paved driveway. $62.600.
ladles Apparel, Combination Ac. PSt PB. AM/FM, 351 cc engine. Need. Road off US 301 North. Itpd 10/4 OVER 100 FT ON LAKE BROOKLYN: By Apprex. 393:
cettorlet.. Large 51.. store. Notional body repair. $850, Negotiable. 639 N. CHURCH STi Dresses, ment coats HOMES FOR SALE Shop & Compare!!] ft. deep w/tmall cottage. 27000.

brandt: Jordache, Chic, L.., L.vl.) 964-4409 Itpd 10/4 a pantt, shirts, 2 chain pictures, I Special Insurance forj LAKE ALTO ESTATES Mobil. home 2/2. $23,900:

Vanderbllt liod. Etprlj. Brlttanla CAR PARTS FOR SALEi '72 Mercury complete Timex watches and mltc. Thurt., Fri. Mobile Home Parks! plus storage bldg.

Colvin Klein Sergio.Valente, Evan ; '70 Buick complete; 3 type III'. and Sat., 964-3709 ltchg 10/4 WE iUY 1 set and 2nd Existing Morgtoget .All types of homeowners .3 BR. \% BAi $37,100. Brick CHAA. $31.000 mtg.

Plcone. Clalborne Membert Only Volktwagent, no motort. Call: FOUR FAMILIES love and girls clothing and alto originate home equity loant. policies for price H you quality 104 Long St. .
Organically. .Grown Healthtex 700 9648569. I Itpd 10/4 a .h_., all dies; men B wom.nclolhlng. CoUll. Langley at 9645010. 8/09 tfn HAMPTON LAKE: Redwood A brick home with BRand
ath.... 7.900 to $24.900, Inventory 1971 FORD ECONOLINEi 150 van power all sixes, : 8-track tapet; tome CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOMEi 4 mobile homes. 2 BA. Fireplace, tcrn'd porch on nicely land-

airfare, training fixtures, grand openIng steering t power brokei a AC. Runt furniture and tome mltc. Items. Fri. A SR/ LR, DR. Kitchen tlove refrlg., Call for Quote 1 1Olln's leaped acre plus lot. $94.200. .
etc. Can open 15 dayt. Mr. Keenan good. 1950. Phone 7823110. Sot., 8:00: am to 6:00 p.m. Sunday dishwasher carpet heat a air. Excellent -
I HOME IN LAWTEY Six bedrooms, two
I 305) 678-3639. Hod 10/4 197S FORD GRANADAi Good tlret, good 15. Rain or Shine. Rltch't Gift Shop 3 fishing. 9646250. Bulllnglon. Mobile HISTORICAL
baths on 7'acre.. 2 mobile home hookups.. Only
miles south US 301. 10/4
on Itchg 8/30 tfn
running gear, rough body, $300. Home, Sales $'','00.10 lots toned MH.
LAND
FOR SALE 7823110. Itchg 10/4 TWO FAMILIES FRIDAY 9.00 a.m. Rug. .Y OWNER Quiet close convenient.

1972 CHEVY' PICKUP SWB. look. and crackpot clothing houtewaret, etc. Spacious 4 BR,'2 BA. Lots of ttorage. Elaine M. Olin, Agent! HOMI A APPROX. 49 ACRES"HWY 229t $99,000.
runt good. AM/FM Goodyear N. 301 |lust before SR 225. Itchg 10/4 Chalnllnk carport, workshop..Pecant. A...... mtg. of opprox. $....000 at 9X mo. pmt
HO ACRI LOTS Rood ;
125. Call 964.4985.8/16 near lawtey tfn on Wrangler radial tire.,' nice wheels. NORTH ON US 3011 Vi mile pa.t Highway 1.96 ocr... Good gardening. Down 964.5606 1315.". Owners will carry second mtg. for $20.000

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Four speed trant. $1550. After 6 call Patrol Station going north. Itchg: 10/.. payment, assumable mortgage. sssssssmFLORILAND at 13X.
dry wooded lots, tultable for mobile 9644924. Itpd 10/4 THURS. A FRI.t 9 to 3, Sot. 9 to 1. Boys, 964.5610.8/30 tfn TERMS OP 12X POJSIBIE-U ac.cleared w/approx.

home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. 1911 FIAT STRATA 5-door, AC heat, ladies and ment clothing. Trolling 4 SR. NEWLY PAINTED Papered, and 700 on Hwy 301 S. Inc. deep wells, 3 septic.tanks,
W/S150 dn., S63.14/mo. Exc., huntingand AM/FM radio; cassette tap. player motor electrical materlalt and many carpeted large treed fenced lot. 2 MH; Butler Bldg. Stocked pond A creek.
flthlng. Owner 904-236-4379 or S-tpeed. Asking price, 3000. Call other Item. On. mite? on Butler Road. $32.000 firm..62.3998 or 3727734.Ask REALTY COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 215'' ON 301

904.622.2"38.9120 4tpd 10/11 alter 5 p.m. 9646636. Itchg 10/4 Blue A white mobile home on left for.Jessie. 9/13 4tchg 10/04 located In the Heart of Starke. Apprex. 1800 sq. ft.

APPROX. 2 ACRES FOR SALE Thr. 1974 FORD TORINO EUTI Electric seats, Itchg 10/4 KINCSIEY LAKB HOME Beautiful 3.000 964-7700 Wl ARE PROUD TO OFFER ana of Bradford County's
S AM/FM .. ., THREI FAMILY YARD SALEi At Jo-Lu foot home on sand bottom lake. Dock situated from the
mobile hornet, good condition. Two-2 power tteerlng AC co. 393 N. Temple Ave truly luxurious hornet across
Motel. fri. A Sat, Oct. 5 A 6. From 9 boathoute and lift. Mutt 201500.
automatic door lock. Red with half see
BR, 1 bath; On.3 BR, IVi BA. One Vernle P. Odom Country Club.,Extraordinary privacy and gracious
hookup for mobile home. 4 well, 4 vinyl 1 top 4 new tire. Excellent candle a.m. to 5 p.m.A good variety to choosefrom. Call 533-2157 or 9647347. Itchg 10/4 Brok.r-GRI living are available this 3 BR,2'/ BA. brick ham.
Itpd 10/4 LOG HOMESi Over 40 ruttlc models to ..
tion. Asking 1000. Call ,782.3214.ltchg .
septic tanks Located Grlfflt An of living. Superb condition.
on loop uncommon concept
THURS., FRI. A SAT? 9:30: a.m, to S p.m. choose from. Send for free brochure
Stark., FL, 45500. One-Third down, Look for .A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Enjoy thepleasures
104MOBILE Rood 100 West one mile. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES Route One. SPECIALS:
balanc. owner financed at 10S for available in this constructed
up HOMES .. Toddler .and glrlt clothing Bo, r 84CF,iMotti. Tennessee- 38575. .2 story home, early beautifully
,.
to 10 yeo 964-6493.9/27 tfn white brick 4 BR, 3 IA with a great swimming poet.
trailer, dinette, frilly bed dolls, and ((615)) 2583648.,(fcan). 1900s. Part hat been .
FARM FOR SALE Stark. 12.9
area. acretappf FOR SALE Designed with the family In mind.
lots more. Itchg 10/4 ,
.
.renovated. Could be 2
ox. ,5 acre dear.d,1 pecan peas SAT.. OCT. 61 25" console TV some, f REAL'ESTATE''OUT '''DISCOVER A WORLD OP BLISSFUL PRIVACV.withinthlt I

2 BR mobile home. .Good condltldtl' "I'' ,,.../Wldreoscletfhetl: kat8tdellsc"'On.16, ). "'-" "M r1111 r:P' "':tJnllflt: new .to... A cypntst/dramatic/ contemporary J
puntpdbMI, *.t...cQhl., *29..060!J MW W|,1 PSKYLINI" MOBItrfHOfelf HNffcftV Hwy: ) OJf1Uf ). + hem.. 10. .
)toward Prison; watch for tlgnt. Itpd'/ r on a Ac. tlte In the city. Sumptuous touches Include
third down; owner financed at 10X for1 301 N. Starke Come tee Dee Ramon 2 baths with IIV4X'
104FRI. 2 4 BR, 2 BA.
v wallpaper fireplaces
7 9646493. Ernett W. Allen ,for the bargain. 964 4414 or, 964-4778. attainable gorgeous
yeart. mtg.
A SAT.l Oct. 5 A 6.9 a.m. ill ??One WOODED a LAKE ACCESS with excellent traffic pattern.
4/26 tfn LAKEFRONT .
9/27 tfn .Good
location' for Offices
SMALL FARM 7V4 acret, two tractort.Large 12x60 MOBILE NOME 2 BR, t BA. CH/A. mile north..from... truck Thoni't on 301.H/H Battery Items, ,acre late on clear sparkling Silver Lake : Building 1.000 SMASHING CONTEMPORARY Architect Tom Ton-
operated toyt
3/4 remodeled. $7950. Call 964-4763 In afternoon ?: j.> near Ochlockonea Bay. Dog Island late nerear designed this hand.om..2..ry. cedar atCountry
louse, duplex or ft.
Could be
easily two
skis, ,.lots of children and baby ,',
guitar
Alto commercial meat taw/tllcer and 7912407. 10/4 4tchg 10/23 from 10000. House tool Lewis Club. 2514 tq. ft. on 2 lott. ._ut. Insul.
offices, each withseparate -
electric Kalet, $900. Call for appointment 12x65 CONCORD Central heat/air. clothet. from 10/.cent to 100. Mite.Items. Associates, Broker Box 10146 entrances.Less Fireplace, Only yrs.old. SP$17$,000. mt,.$73,000
only. 9645986. 10/04 Hn Completely furnlthed w/dry.r. $4900. ltchl10SATURDAY.: \ Tallahassee, Fl 32302. ((904)) 224-9031. at 9'/m". Mo. Pmt. 16".".
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ONI ACRI LOT facing Fortythe Rood. 964,7231,8. til 964.6391 after 5. tchg: (feo) ROOM TO ROAMI 2565 .q. ft; home It located on
tale. Corner of Stat.
furnishing Building with lots ofpace.
$3,000 $300 down, $75 p.r mo. Call 10/4 JACKSON'COUNTY.,TENN.t 129 acre hill 3V4 Ac. w/3 BR, 3 BA A CH/A. Hat panelling A
Road 16 and Conerly Estates. Alllt.m. 3 different
farm: 3 barns, 2 house $60,000.:
964.5606. 10/4 tfn fireplace. 105000.
reasonably priced and mutt be told. stores. Owner will hold
1.7 ACRES off Breaker Road (CR. 227)). that 10/11 $13.000 down. 1054 Interest. Copeland .4.9 Act Beaut. brick home. Appro 1500 tq. ft. 3
doy.10/4 2tchg Realty Cellna Tenn. 38551. ((615)) mortgage to qu.llI1edbuy.r.
$4,000. $400 down. $75 per mo. Call FRI. A SAT.I Oct. 3 and 6. 9-5 p.m. Baby yrs. old. Great room w/flreplace, Camp fenced.
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ocr. Ha. a large pond. $2.000 bedspreads, sofa desk 12" BSW TV an Fortythe Ing St._CB w/opprox.,1700 tq. H. .
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, down.$200 per "mo.Call 964.5606.104LOSTFOUND table and two chairs, radio 3 dinette 'THINK COUNTRY Converted DW on 10 A. fenced
CORNER OP CALL 8 THOMPSON .. Can't beat this
chair. A a 1977 Dodge Van. 7 miles WANTED land. Grow veg. on, cleared 2.5 A. 3 BR, 1% BA
STREETS 2storbldg.. w/3700 ft.
tq. South of Starke on Rd. 100 on left. Itpd Industrial-type IP or Natural Gas buy. w/scrn'd back porch. Patio and Utll. rm.35000.
each floor. Will
dlvld.lnlo flea
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THURS. A FEb Oct. 5th and 6th. 9:00: a.m. Heaters w/blowert. 24 ac. SIR. 2 BA .4 BR STUCCO Hat apartment. On 1.4 Ac.
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tll ??? 517 N. Orange St. Clothes Appro ,rI.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN Male Simpson 1119 Barnett Bank Building Call Vague Manufacturing Estate tettlement. Was 41000. Now 40000.
donkey. Mouse colored. 3 ft high. Pete Jacktonvllle, FL 32202. Ph. thoet, tools, book., knlck-knackt and ,....S04.c I-4Taylor's old. Ha. nursery for COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cozy brick stucco en

Sparkt, 4Q5-1614., New Rlv.r or_. Itpd, 904/356-6849. tfn lots of other Itemt. Itchq 10/4 hat pigs,been concrete used pent, Rd. 230A. 3 .R. I BA. CHAA. Beautifully decorated.

10/4 __ '. at hog SECLUDED.. CHARMING Only 6 ".... old. 3-storv. 5
farm.S .
BR,3% BA.CHAA separate office.In city limit.,fishpond
.c. good terms.Ill .
on 7 ocr... Have) to eee to believe", $100,000.
ec. Owner will
T NICI ACREAGE Great prlee-20 plus acres located

Trampolines r 04 mf *ji tp SB OB mmm tr t t* w tw v psf Custom Slaughtering! hold'/ .l'/t tome ac,mtg.Ms. Good an>> Morgan Rd.,9 wells 2 tap. tankt, tm, barn A

toolshed. Can be divided. $27,000 ea. or$50.000 all.
& AUTOMATIC ;TRANS 8385 Taylorfleld Road tarm..oned trailers. 708 W. CALL Sit Only $35,0001 Beautifully appointed

Factory Direct (Approx.SMI., N. Cecil Field) 2 BR super living and dining' reams. Plus 2

Loy-A-Way now for =, Jacksonville 772-9404 enclosed porches. Cozy kitchen. Separate _orog..
Christmas. SERVICE964681O VACUUMSALE NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKiOn 2'/. Ac. located

$25" DownaH.xl2ft.$235, Roberta Rd. off Rd. 16. SIR; 2 BA. CHAA. Carport.

,, 1Dress BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean 5 yr. old 2
& USEDWe BR,,1% IA. CH/A Doubl. carport an 3 Ac.
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(jov. lti>ii >...iliam. has proclJim- frequently) violate the school hus passing motor)*!..be sure that you rive ii ... i l .
t' ed Oct. 7-13: as School Bus Safety st.plaw.. The law states that know and folloW the laws of your have to cross a street, do so at'the
.h Ww-k. "Motorists are required to stop for sta no you kkngw what to do when corner..or nearest! 'light, rather than>
We would like to ask citizens to stopped school buses that are the red signals' are flashing when in the middle of the block. Stand well '
; watch out for school buses displaying flashing red lights and you are behind a school bus When off the road while waiting AnythIng _
loading and unloading students and stop arm. Sometimes the motoristsare you are facing a school bus? bus. Enter the bus in an orderly -. _
r be alert for students waiting and not fully alert, and pass a slopped So you may be a minute late to fashion and follow the directions of Qn
1 1\\ walking along our County roods school bus. This is a very your appointment. that really as the school bus driver..he or she is in _
Motorist should immediately dangerous situation for children, important as young people's safely? charge of you safety and well being
.' reduce their speed when the School especially the younger ones who If you do see a school bus which Is Remain In your seat and keep you WHEtlS
6S Bus is seen. Please honor our stop may not be watching traffic as closely not observing the law, take down the head and your arms inside the bus at 964'4748
\. I signs, and give students the right of as they should license number and report to the all times. Be courteous to to your Shop
'. way. ', How Parents('IIIIII'lp With School school district,so that they can core driver and fellow passengers and Professional- Customizing '
Bradford County uses 32 school Hus SafelyEncourage rect the problem, "; help keep your bus neat and clean. AM/FM/MPX/ Stereo Cassette
f. buses to transport 2,924 students your children to follow ltemember."cooperatlon and Remember...to wait foe you driver ,
.i each day. We the drivers, want to (the rules. If they have problems, good manners are all that It takes to signal that the road Is clear before 'Auto-Stop Tape Player with((2))
inform the citizens of or district find out what the problem is from for SAFETY '. 'you cross in front of the bus. If you "
tt-f about our pupil tansportation pro- the driver defore you 'get .your If you have no children riding drop something close to the bus..donot
t : gram. "Irish"( up Perhaps you will be sav school buses, your cooperation is bend down to pick it up. Wait un-
\' Our Bradford District school bus ing a life by eoopl'I'ating..your own still Imperative..after all, school till after the bus has gone. When you Iiijj'
i drivers are doing a great job, but child's life. The largest number of buses haul the nation's most bend down, the driver cannot see $7995 "
I, they need the cooperation of every fatalities occur outside the school precious cargo. .> \ you and may think you have already
motorist. bus when students cross to load and How Pupils! Can Help. With School crossed the road. SAFETY Is good .
t One of the most common driver unload 1Since I Bus Safety manners and com men sense! MON-FRI .16 Saturday
Road
children killed by Leave home Marjorie Hutcheson Corner of Highway 301 & Statt am'' 2
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;" i. .': CARLSON Union',, :'ill;;",,.;';:'. FOR SALE'' INSURANCEMAINES HELP WANTED

Horn Satellite Systems, Inc. ,I I/, ) 1913 PONTIAC FIREBIRD Good cond.. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. PROCESS MAIL AT HOME I $75 per hundred
Hwy, 100 W Koytono Height T-top. electronic tuning itereo, Lake Avenue; Lak. Butler, 4963978. I No experience Part or' full
((904)473-266 CountyAds :> spoiler, automatic transmission, tilt- Complete Insurance Service, TFN. time Start Immediately. Details-
.. Fr..dom of Choice u steering, power steering/brakes, send s.lf. .addr..d stamped
4 electric windows, V-6 engine. Phone REAL ESTATE envelope to C.R!I. 6092. P.O. box
: :' 496.3789.'ufn 3149 Stuart Fl 33499. 9 13104INSTRUCTOR
A : LARGE CAPACITY WASHER Look and POSITIONS In Adult
LOOKING FOR
A SPECIAL PIECE OF
General Education and Vocational
runs brand $175. Call
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PROPERTY If
I don't have It. I'll find
Educationalso TEACHING ASSISTANT
496-2199. 2-pdFIREWOOD. .
It Just ask JANE S. USHER,
OAK AND FAT LIGHTER. REALTOR. I LEARNING MANAGER and
W. will split and stack It. Call after 496-2126 or 496-2903 COORDINATOR OF PRISON EDUCATION
FOR RENT "Your "
; eves. Union County K ollor. SYSTEMS available In
area
6:00 Mon.-Wed. or'
p.m. anytime 8/04 tinELEVEN
Thurs. Sun. 496-3403 or 4311110. prisons Position are for nine months
ACRES BETWEEN WOR- October I 1. 1984through
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING 1-chg 10/4 beginning
; HUNTERS SPECIALS MACHINES FOR RENTi Union County 1913 CHEW10 PICKUP. V-6 engine, THINGTON ROAD 791. AND PROVIDENCE ON June 30 1935. For more Information ,
Reasonable
Very Call
Times, 150 Main Street lake Butler. AM/FM PS/PB, AC, 4-speed. 431-1259 after 5:00 pleaie call Lake City Community
GRAN PRIX RVT Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN 1977 FORD RANGER XLT. Fully loaded- FOR SALE : p.m. Colleg., Personnel Department ;
li X 10.50 15 .. $'58' .88 NEW MOBILE HOME 2 Bdrm, 1 Bh furnished good condo $2200.00 limits on Large approximately Frame House 2 acres In city of 752-1822: ..t. 313 or Dr. John
w/alr located In Worthington 1971 PLYM. FUR Auto., AC. PS/PB. Davis, ext. :219. 3 chg 9 :20-10'4
'land .
31 x 11.5015 $66.88 Built ')983 Modern featuresthroughout.
Springs. Phon.496.2308. ufn 440 Magnum. Good cond. 200000. ""
33 X 12,5015 $74.88 MOBILE HOME 3 BDRM furnished, Call 496-3529: Sun.-W.d. before 2:00: Nice Masonry home on beautiful.city PERSONAL SERVICES
heat/air, large yard, HWY frontage, p.m. Sat. alter 2:00: p.m. lot has double car and hardwood
POWER CAR TRACTION no pets. Phone 4962842. 1- 1974 F-100 Pick-Up 302 engine long floors throughout garage most of th. DORMAN WILL AND SEPTIC TANK
wheel bale, automatic, excellent house. deal,
2"
10-15 . . . . . . . . . $63.88 LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 BR 1'% BA. W/W cond. $1100. Call 462-2659 after 6:00 Frame home located In-Ralford area pumps Package, new Installation or 4" wells of, septic water

11-15. . . . . . . . . . . $68.88 carpet, CH&A, new refrlg. & range p.m weekends anytime. 1-pd 10/4 on one acre of land- priced to tell. tanks drain fields and lift stations.
12-15. . . . . . . . . . . $78.88 utility rm., garage, 1404 iq. ft. on '/. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Washer 1982 Fllnslone mobile home on nice city Mobile home pole. available. All
creek side $I 25. frost-free ref $150, matchingwasherdryer lot. work call
acre (woods & on East ) guaranteed Tommy. Dor-.
Price Includes FET Balancing Extra
concrete driveway on paved street $350. chest-freeier For mor. Information please call man 275-2191. UFN 9.'1 ,
I. Bill Bogle, Certified Mechanic, 25 years experience, specializing In near school 5 blocks off SR 121 In $100, upright freezer $200. living Mains Real Estate Realtor 496.3978, NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal
: Foreign Cars Lake Butler. 31500. $1,979 down. room suite$200 hide-o-bed$80, sofa Lake and pruning. Also firewood oak and:
$39. coffee and end table $20. king. Butler.AUCTION for
sale. Call
pin. ,Thomas Nettles'
Get your car winterized here. We will check all hoses & belts, put antifreeze By owner. size bed $110 double bed $50. new 4963823. ufn 12'22:
; etc.-Come See Usl! 1.755.2251 or 1.752.4230.v.s.IialrptanosI queen-size bed $139. Call 752.9455Providence. NEED YOUR OFFICE BUSINESS STORE
i White Spoke .
o' 1-chg 10/4 CHURCH OR CLUB CLEANED Call
WALT'S AUCTION FRIDAY
EVERY
Front EndAlignment 5 Quarts Wheels FURNITURE Dinette set with 3 chairs, NIGHT IN STARKE 7:30 On. .96.2636'afl.r 4:00: p.m. .
r dinette set with 9 chairs, 2 beds complete : p.m. JOE FORSYTH-
$ 9 5i CREASE TRAP'S AND
Pennzoil 24 block off 301 on SR.16-E next. to Napa
one chest of drawers, one SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Resonable
w.ltome.1pdYARD
Auto Parts.
lon.a.: leather chair. Phone 496-2109. Everyone price, day or night service. All workappreciated.
i. 12.95 180ilChange.U ,, Alan 1-cho 10/4 Call 431.1022.pd

', Most Cm a Track $1695 CompUttBrake Job [Perms Reg. LOSTFOUNDMALE SALESAT. 10

Steam Clean with Filter & Front 1110. OCT. 6. ':00 a.m.-untlll At Doyle
Engines 25 55 BEAGLE lost near 121 and Baker Glover's residence on SR 231 about 2 RENll
Grease Job $7900 to County line. Black brown and white.. mile. South of Lake Butler. -chg I r 1
i $1400 Most Cars & Trucks Reword 431-1743. .1-pd 9/27 10.

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"'th Bradford Office of the State ." \''j.j' .,,' ," ,' .' Formerly of Wild Nails of Paiatka
Franklin 1I flentley slrrestedJanuary '
Gregory S. Gibson arresest'
Attorney received 39 to battery and reckless display of a
gases and/or" new individual 19 foe IJvo counts of worthless January 28 for robbery and attemp Weapon received one\ year proba- '
prpa *ulron, during felony defendants the for check, dismissed lacked pro'secutlve ted escape, pled guilty to robbery tlAn and a $250 fine for each count. 25 %. Nail Sculpturing,
month of merit: sentenced to 30 months DOC,aftel'7S Kenneth
Ash McNeal arrested Capping & TipsLOOKING
S s Whey according to Investigator Jametf Mai'chant arrested July 26 days to be released to the Community January 28 for grand theft, pled gull. o
TefJ glarfcpases inmates for aggravated.lttery. Insufficient. Control Program for two years, ty and was sentence to one year In .
in' Florida. State prisons.Involved evidence. < Gibson was given 75 days Jail credit. Bradford\ County Jail after 90 daysto GLASS 114737944 Pleating 'ou.
Carolyn Tyson arrested May 23 for Linda Budget arrested April 9 for be placed ,
uses':; Informations!and nine guilty were filed on 39 prior. aggravated aspult..case transferred., worthless check, pled guilty was, on probation. 450. Lawrence- Blvd pea| M Us! I"
pleas were ac to misdemeanor court' sentenced to two years probation
cepted.One extridation Was handled Sworn complaint charging grand concurrent with
byIe/! of rice and there were two theft probation.
ii i jut j statue of limitations had run Inmate Calvin'Ford was charged,
5 trials One'' defendant, completed the '. by the state attorney with possession,
; pre-Intervention: program. The out.Sworn complaint charging ag, of a Weapon by a state prisoner, pled .I010 ,Skyline Home Center Inc.
j state
attomet-decllned to prosecute gravated battery June 30, insufficient guilty, sentenced to one' year in DOC ,
: three cages.' aUld ten, cbses'wert, evidence," consecutively, .(Across from Highway Patrol Station) '; '
dismissed.\ Jerry Cappell charged by the state Joanne Brazell' arrested for :
Thirty.informations were flied In! attorney Aprlt,1et with Introduction murder May 6, pled, guilty to 2nd. 2303 H."'Temple.,.Ave.,. Starke Florida :r'. 1
f misdemeanor court and nine prior of contraband' .Into a prison and degree murder and was,sentenced.to Phone 964-4414 ::964.4778' .
cases Were dismissed,1" by the" state. at. possession of marijuana pled guilty seven. ,yeari DOC. -.. -.. or
torney to possession aid was_ .sentenced. : '
I five guilty ,picas' were,accepted, 30 months poi? ,. 3 fgragl4avate4aksapitpledguilty! ) i OLDEST SKYLINE DEALER' IN +
and,tha office. declined. tq prosecutesix j TOWN"
cases,' ':t ,'. i...... ;. "
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Models .
( '1984
Initial arraignment In traffic OPEN 1p.6. COGLEY'S Drastically'Reduced) ,: "
criminal; .court. 16 cases were handled CLOSED ; 473-2446: Come See Ida Sue Schmitt' and Dee Ramon Today:'
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subsequent to arraignment, :' I '
.. There. was one trial. Sun. ", :
'Ten juvenile petitions were filed in' SPECIAL : : ); '
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August and one case was dismissed. .' :' -. : STARTER HOME, 14X,56', .: };

One the court guilty dismissed"plea was 'accepted and Corrjmercjpl Cjrcle; Keystone 'Heights ,, ', .' \;' '. ':.' : A" :: : Westgate by Flintstone. Vaulted Ceiling,: : ;. ,
one Case. There ,r
waif one trial and one case received! $25.00 Will!,LayAWay any, Bike HEW HOURS:' w/fan,:plywood' floors, Western Furniture '

non-judicial action approval.The until the 24th of December .
following cases were dismissed MON-FRI! 9 am e; 5 pm Package .
,,during the month'of, August BAAX Out20" S
brief; description :of the reason for a Dikes,. Heavy */ SAT 8 am 4 pm 9,999

Jheir!: dismissal is included;; Hutch :

''Willie,Charles: Scott, charged by GTf MCS Dirt I' "

the state July,.1980,' with Diamorid'Back
attorney Bike
1985 WoodfiJ! Skyline' .
battery a law enforcement officer by 1985 Liberty 28x70'

and'sentenced resietingarrest to ,: with violence, MongodseREPAIRS 24x56, shingle roof, darner Shingle roof hardboard siding; plywood: '
five'years Department
of Correctlons.; ;Followlng a six mon- w/hardboard siding plywood floors,'vaulted ceiling, fireplace; 4 BR, '
the treatment program to be placed. floors,, ;3 BR, 2; Baths 2 BA,'deluxe furniture package, Island I,
on four, year probation, violation of BICYCLE;: Great Room & Fireplace kitchen w/separate utility room
that prolJaton! 'charge was dismiss- '. '
,
ed.David SALES : "First Class Home" "Its A Beauty"1
Morrison charged "
February,11,. 1980 with cattle theft X i r BEACH CRUISER .

wits motion given to dismiss three years a violation DOC,Defense of probation Everything for, your 'BAAX Bike New and Used-Homes with VA financing andno, down payment, FftA or Conventional 10% down Bank financing

was granted : Oakfey a Shimano and Helmets* comic, III Tires also available.Wo accept RVOsl Used Mobile Homes as trade-Ins. .
(Mark Mattox charged June 11 with
eight counts: ot.forgery and produc Pads Snakebellies

ing a forged t instrument was adjudged '
guilty and placed on five years
probation, in August admitted to t
violation 4)f.probation,'sentenced to 'x' ';
Duval County Work Release Center -
for one year. If Mattox does not
make restitution,he.,will be returned

to. James the Center P. Poughtery''arrestedso Grand Opening 'i

6 for sexiial battery pled guiltyto
attempted sexual battery,was ad- ,
judged guilty 'and sentenced. to 30
months in DOC.
Lorenzo Griffin arrested May 20 '
for sexual battery pled guilty to battery Ernie Lawrence'sSKYLINE )
and culable negligence,was adjudged -
guilty, and placed on'probation -
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for one year'and sentenced to ;

two make months restitution consecutive to the and victim.orderedto HOUSING CORD '.' '. ,; ,,,1

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DenISe Green arrested for aggravated -
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assault pled gU -4 ;, $.
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criminal mischjg was placed >i Zone, : -: .wi \ ., .. .,. :
' ,..year probatlqffiljfoake' res,l '' \Ht."L| ;' ? 1N,",dill tr\uotrt'InfI'P\' ar r'rw 'e" *( t ) """"+h S', T'2'ii': : d A it' '.4' .ifI'1//..*.S y ? a .w..I1. \

$913 and reasonable attorney'fee of J I)
$150,:pled not guiltto violation of ,
in guilty of I

violation probation continued of probation and probationwas Frl, ,Sat lit Sun October 5th, 6th lit 7th.Ernie ':';

Barbara McCloud arrested March !
28 for welfare fraud aggreed to pre- "I' ,.fII I' ,::1:
trial Intervention program, failed to ., "i'\
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complete the program, pled guilty
and was placed on three years probation
and ordered. to make t restitu
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tion.William arrested for c i.,
Lt Prather ). .,
burglary and grand theft July 9,pled ,
guilty burglary and was placed on ,..
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( .three years probation ",
; Joe 'Jlayes'-w: s' charged< by.the .
state','attorney March 12 with, attempted : ,
;
1
battery'and possession of a ,
"' weapon. ,by': a,state prisoner '.;,i
.Tommy Roberson charged,with Introduction I irH
iI!:, .. : of contraband by a state q..k. ,, + .. ), .
prisoner; pled guilty and wag.placed' 1'. ::c
on.. three years probation. 11
.Inmate Frank Canonico was .,
released to California authorities by ,h
a court order,' -' -
: Titus V. Hutchinson charged with ,
Introduction of contraband into New "
;: :River.Annex'was. granted a Judge .. ______ ',,,.
'I ,
.ment ot aquittal. ,
1I Shirley Von charged February j ,,, .
29 with attempted murder was round .,
:'not guilty In a.Jury'verdict. ,.
I:ti' )n',State attorney charged William t. ,. ,, ::
Stale)/ May,A with possession of a I 'J',
:if::: ,weapon by a'state prl ner."case" ,
Blacked proeecutiver merit; \
:Edward!; Youmons arrested Jdrie4
.for 'worthless check, 'dismissed \.

.tb'... .restitution made. '- :
., 'Anthony Martin charged,, ''hi a
'sworn, Complaint,,with aggravated ::)
( ,
;
battery;,dismissed,victim does'not ; .Lawrence,, president of Skyline, Housing LOW PRICESSkyline' Housing ;

t *:wisH;;rReglna to prosecute.Striglers arrested.{ August*.. I. ; Corporation, ;Ocala 'fL has opened ;a 'factory- Corporation can meet ANYBODY'S prices.. :'' ,

I ,?with restitution I worthless,made.:..check' dismissed- ;direct: .retail,?center,'. oji::forth .301, Starke. VA, FHA, COnVEMTIOMAL, HO MOMEY: DOWN, ":;;,

Lillian Jenkins' arrested JunUlor' : ;" :Area,'residents'.are welcome to come 'by ;hand TRADES- ALL'prices include setru'p. and .,

!!" ,. 'I Aggravated Qr9secgtlve?' mertt battery.case. iffHW. '_"f* "f lacked:?: ."* ..' I :t>lteetrus: '' as we ceiebratebur?: newest: home! ,delivery by OUR. crews. ; ,

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'ok -.. '; It :<'1 ', "t. : '
I, Bradford" .Bounty> J *:'-\$. :' '. ;:-: ,' ,FACTORY :REPS Representakives NO HIDDEN CHARGES; We're : <"Ii''i

," M4' .' < Recmw '' ',direct ip'";the'.)nrtanufacturertf"'of Oiir' homeswill especially proud that when we quote:;you: a : ;;.

I' r. p '* ,;:'!L'" .JLfli, 'toe''i&aiford'- ;, \ be,"on.:Jtiand"'throughout -the'wee 'ridto: price you're assured, ,that' there are no ;: r

Cfi" General.Court and, >.: ';,:: ,:; :a d\verany. questions, Tnls'.fs the perfect ,hidden .charges 'But ,then,,our company '7-

' &" Npwere I, pierce,.rigs August!toNow 13';" ,: 1( ,':' 'opportunity! ; to: J learn"all'1 aspects,of q IJty.slqgan. has ,echoed that for: 19:years... ,J
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+ wilfu'- : .; cort.truct1cn.ln; : manufactured: housing.! 'JWe?Have. 'Clothing Totllde"I. -/
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