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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 11, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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After months of controversy,combined purchase of the land for a spray Ir. ': ;'1

with the possibility of wasting rigation field. I
quite a bit of money. the City of After the 1980 presidential election .

Starke has received favorable the administration changed .,..;,
decision from, the Environmental and a new .review was ordered by '
Protection Agency (EPA). EPA in October, 1981. That review
indicated that the discharge into
In response to a visit by a delegation
Alligator Creek was not bad enough ,
from Starke in the offices of U.S.
to warrant a spray irrigation field
Senator Lawton Chiles In
Therefore, EPA reyoked the grant to '
Washington D.C., two top EPA officials
the land. ,
purchase "
agreed that Starke doesn'towe "
the federal government fl Next EPA officials announced '

million. that Starke owed the federal, govern :. _
City Attorney Terry Brown said ment $1 million.
EPA accepted the city's second option City officials 'explained 'that the .
that the land purchased with 73 jury's award gave the landowner tri.. ..
percent federal grant money be sold pie what the land was worth arid it ,
and the proceeds used'to improvethe couldn't be sold to recoup the $1 ;
Starke's sewage system: First million. .: ;
option of the city commission is to A hearing was tentatively set in
.. use the land for an industrial park to Atlanta by EPA to decide the matterin
attract new businesses:' November, 1984. With the settlement'reached -
(' Commissioner Jim Crosby Jr.- now, the hearing will
who suggested seeking a politicalsolution 'not be necessary. ...::.
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< ; said 'he was' i'pleasantly Seeing the problems Involved in t"::.::
..-l""IIIIII1IIJ \surprised'* .by the EPA decision. pleading their case before an EPA
!' .of' ;hearing examiner; city officials
,Crosby ''ofCommissioner
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decided on another route. to solve, the :;;;
Vernon Silcox, head !
,of thftjUtility Committee for always problem.Commissioners Jim Crosby -'Jr.
keeping,a'guiding' hand on the problem
and Silcox contacted Sen.
Remember When Work and seeing It'to a Just conclusion Vernon "..'
Chiles and told him _the situation. Ci
Like This Fun. He also praised city'attorney Brown 'gathered the 1
Was ..? Brown for doing an excellent Job and ,ty Attorney ,
facts and wrote a six-page summary
Freshmen clans members busily always being well prepared! .in of the events. 'A '
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hummer Tuesday night as they yr Y f presenting the city's case. With that ,, the, ,
built a float for the 2 p.m. Bradford I'd yr Brown responded to the letter say delegation including Crosby, Silcox. ..
High/ homecoming parade. ing that the EPA's decision to agree, Brown and consulting engineer Don'1 .: '-:;'
Parents! accused the youngsters .,i with the City's position< "restores a Ruckman went Sept. 25 to.' 'w'-:
of loiiigjnore work In the last 1$ ith, in' .|he.......f lltieaIand.1egaLyatet Washington D.C: to meet with Chiles I'u ,
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than all the rest ol the night. rr' f sratrarpoi I EPA Ravan,assistant administrator of v"k.
In the inset photo Hi right. bosh w facials and enator Chiles that the. city -water, and William ''Wittlngton, .
coed Pain Zurfluh and Vicki k, i was attempting to follow a regulation deputy director'of the office of water .
GoonWitH push napkins through ; *. .e r in federal guidelines by .
glue laden wire. 4 to sell the land and use the proceeds., programs.Crosby and Silcox each'freported
,With the glue the napkins don't ; to improve the sewage system. "'that Sen. Chiles was very supportiveof
stay, pointed out juniors (I l-r) in k The letter, which arrived Oct. 5, the city's position. Brown indicated
photo at far right: Logan Ricks. X's ? 1 t from EPA's Jack. E. Ravan, assis l that Chiles carries a lot ofclout"
Chuck Cohurn, Lore andWrndee : \ !
Leone r tant adminitrator for Water, $said -in the nation's capital as
Hall. ;,' "Based on our review of the regula- ,minority, leader of the,Senate Ap-
Some 50 students, dozenparents 4 .
some tions that the
we agree general prppriations Committee.
along with Student Council course of action proposed by the City
Advisor Ronney Harris and Assistant ti' is acceptable." Although "hie EPA officials promised
Principal Charles Hall were- on ;j The problem began 10 years ago to reply to-me city's requestby
hand for the festivities.Revving. when the city began seeking federal, --Sept 28,' no word: was received '
money to upgrade the sewage treat until a letter arrived Oct. 5. v

ment operation. In 1976! the .state The letter was addressed-, to Chiles' :
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Department of Environmental' "Dear Senator Chiles "' -I I
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Up For Big Regulations became involved say "This is in follow up. to our I ISeptember'
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Homecoming At BHS .In response to that finding, the city meeting was that the City be allowedto It
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One lucky Bradford High coed will be crowned 1984 homecomingqueen Brenda Bawek daughter of Mr: and Mrs. John Bawek of Crystal answer to the problem.which meant land,purchased under a EPA grant.
as the highlight of Tornado Whirl tonight(Thursday, Oct. 11) Lake. Miss Bawek was elected by her senior classmates in a 3-way the city would need several hundred The City_ indicated there is
on Bradford Field. run-off last week. acres of 'land for the spray! : field. necessary sewer system rehabilitation -
Tornado Whirl begins at 7:30: p.m. tonight Class princesses are junior Amy Jo Carter, daughter of Mr. and work to correct infiltration and
The homecoming parade begins at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12. The Mrs. Donald Carter of Kingsley Lake; sophomore Debbie Parrish The most suitable site was 367 in-f low problems it wishes to complete '.
parade route is south from BHS down US-301 turn right onto daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parrish of Brooker, and freshman acres located south of Alligator with the proceeds of the 'land
Madison Steet (SR-100)), go west on Madison to Orange Street, turn Dod.e McRae daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne McRae of Slarke. Creek and west of US-301, owned by sale.
right on Orange St., go south to Washington St., and turn right again They were also elected by their classmates I In run-off elections last Fred Mueller. "Based on our review'of the
back to BHS. week. The.city'offered Mueller $397,500 regulations., we agree that the
The homecoming game" with Lake Butler is at 8 p.m. Friday on ", Students have been practicing skits and building floats after c", 'for the land which he refused.!The general course of action proposed by
Bradford Field. 'school *this week. Napkins were being' stuffed and nails driven until Issue went to civil court and a jury the city Is acceptable..There are .
The five members of the Homecoming Court are: 10 p.m. %Tuesday night as students worked on floats at the I awarded Mueller$1.1 million for the several actions which the' City needsto
Rhonda Sapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of fairgrounds under the watchful eyes of parents Student Council land/plus attorney fees and consulting lake including: ;j .: -,;.;/
Brownlee Road ,, sponsor Ronney Harris, and Assistant Principal Charles Hall. ;;: fees: A consultant showed by '
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Kay Allen daughter of Mri; and Mrs. Bobby Allen of Starke The seniors were way ahead Tuesday night. The secret? They've .'dividing the land into lots,'that it "I.'request and receh' pproval., /
Dawn Scott daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scott of Lawtey. used the same basic float each year and had only in put the boards .would potentially sell for a lot more from, the Slate and Region:',' :
Karen Klmutls,daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Klmutis of together and bolt down predrilled holes. j money. -. / >" "' ,f.IsE
Starke. The Student Council is in charge of. planning homecoming. In Augusl,1980.. EPA approved the t A. ...ec I slon... ..:t.It\. '

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Circuit Court Judge R.A. "Buzzy"Green June based on an April' hearing, off duty and racing their care uP' Brown, said the arbitrator failed to .,reinstated with'back pay, but Chief Miller was'not''eappointetiouitkth. .
upheld Monday,Oct.8,an arbitrator determined that Police Chief Jimmy'' US-301.Jackson's car collided with ., I
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allow Information refused to That,: "
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a decision that former 1 Bowen didn't have concerns Bowen that deciion. means!! jyfSJiferwonI' : :.'
Just cause for firIng third car killing a 76-year-old man. Miller's '' .'
Starke policman Miller Miller prior abuse of alcohol and reinstated., ._ ? .., ,.". 01,
Jerry should based
on the Nov. 13 inci Jackson was convicted of vehicular
.therefore didn't learn '''about an, Miller earned about $250 weekly as After the hearing was completed. ,
be ,
reinstated
with back dent cited the ..
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pay. by city. homicide and ;M
.sentenced to. three .
As of Wednesday afternoon Judge'Green agreement between Miller and Chief patrolman the city clerk's office;; Miller and his'attorney agreed that
'Miller 32 Bowen years in prison. Miller, whose car Bowen that the should said which would another ,
had not signed the order was terminated drinking stop. mean he :would \be court action' would be'
a deadline for the city to comply setting said, after arriving at the police station was not involved In the actual collision The arbitrator's''finding that no owed about 11000. : ,necessary regain Miller's job'on
'with the arbitrators decision to intoxicated and damaging city was found not guilty.At proof of intoxication was made by City attorney Terry Brown pointed'out ''I the police.force. Smith f said they
reinstate Miller with back property. Miller denied being drunk the hearing Monday. Miller's Bowen should not have been the that owed by the city;I!, would contend that he could.nol.be, -
In continuing litigation.pay.Judge and damaging property. Miller said attorney. Rod Smith of Alachua. question Molloy said., Miller'' had would be reduce by the amount of 1 I'reappointed before being reinstated.The .
Green heard arguments In a civil the chief had been looking for an excuse contended that the arbitrator's .agreed that he would not drink a't all Workman's Compensation received judge did not order the city;: \' to
hearing Monday between Miller and to fire him since he was Involved judgement should not be questioned. and any drinking was a violation of by Miller and any other wages he. 'pay*attorney. fees foMilie. as re
the city of Starke. An arbitrator ruled in a traffic;accident In November; Smith said the city should be compelled 'that agreement and grounds for had earned during the time off. quested Miller ha* v"been
six months ago that Miller should 1982! In which a man died. to follow the decision made by dismissal Molloy contended. represented 'by ''the "Police"
be reinstated, but the city commis- Miller and another ex-Starke the binding arbitration process, After hearing the arguments, After the ruling Brown told Judge; Benevolent Association' the;'union.
sion has ignored the order. policeman( N.B. "Sonn ," Jackson DahUi Moiloy., Judge Green ruled that the atbitrator's Green that the Starke City Commission whichr represents'policeJbfficeni In' ..
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The arbitrator's report;,issued last, :37,,were accused of drinking while associate of decision be upheld.: The annually determines which Starke. Smith said hewould, either
City Attorney Terry | arbitrator, ordered, that .Miller jbej employee will,be reappointed and be paid by i1/eor./ the PBA.. a', ;



I Georgia-Pacific:, and SRWMD :to Disss" Giving Santa'Fe Swamp; 'to: St e, .id I -: ,1 I


meet B'f NVJIIV Oct. ;wit ptan 10 i .*..ma uue 10 lily property. "We told donate Its swamp property directly" ;sumate the transfer' of ; public hearing on the lonc'wu ; ",-, <'j
of Thursday the Suwannee, 18 River i Water directors the them matter we would but be formal willing to discuss' to an agency of the State of Florida some governmental-agency bore conservation ordinance,drafted last; tlon! .. 'such'recharge" 'as ,jr QWcfl: -::-"
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Management District (SRWMD) in would have to be made to the propposal district "without Involvement' by the conservation -' ';Nov :5 I I if It wishes ,credit ,for the Afril, at the regular County, Commission ., Lion abitementAdDptlOll flood control( and ",
Live.Oak to discuss agency based in Arlington swamp's peat mining potential In its meeting Monday Nov. &. of
a proposal by directors before a firm offer \ 'dlnan(1t.
GP to donate its 5,318 acres in Santa J"> given,.,Flannagan aid.. could Va.had Last spring Nature Conservancy .WMiMl of the gift,for future. tax then vote on the new law Nov.. .5 af Mri' Ills tq give wee aeer Itpontlld fi' slot 4' :s. ,
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Fe Swamp to the district by Nov I. In a recent letter from Arm- Indicated Its willingness to' credits u the county procMW with t the public i hearing. Philip .
Joe Flannagan, assistant r receive the property and boW it let; Ion 01 its tycoraarvMlens Intent of the ordinance is to t I negom 1 ,,
executive senior I"
.strong counsel for Georgia'PacUle. tralllller to the State,I. I"not ......t Id* ordinance 'teM ,,the the property to I Nahleeoep.rv.Aty '.
Ban mink'
director of SRWMD Mid the : to In, county's envlron/lMftlal1'i .
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to Michael Dennis, general or.t_. ... .. ,
agency had been asked. by Georgia*, counsel for Nature Conservancy whyeseollattons were. ';YW"bi ord wetlands/ era peat ,.w3uW, c MHMKive'' area by' "enc .. ;.! .lh'l'",,ry'; .. 1 1I1 I
'acifie if.It'would be interested I Irf' was stated that GP had decided me virtually vaiuetaw., : that tuehtemb, be used for ctivl' : >'( $.,

4 to Georgia-Pacific. -, will have JQ.con. ..t?: '.. ifCamly\ plantrlow.lunlahe' '. that t,*v not|mpsir: Ihetjr l J:natural i t fancy ,., ",,!.1fof 1_.. .. ,riM.

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" 1 & nn.nnfl R vit... li 'ti n Plan to be' Offered Downtown Property Owners

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A plan to borrow $500,000 to through creation of a special taxing for property owners at the Nov. 18. The DPC, chaired by John Miller Idea of the DPC .Is to. widen Department of Transportation.;
'> revitalize downtown Starke was.approved district composed of some 35 meeting. of the Bradford County Telegraph, sidewalks, plant shrubs and trees,
Monday night, Oct. 8, by the downtown property owrters.The Property owners will be asked to urges all downtown property ownersto improving the appearance of the In addition, but separate from the
Downtown Progress Committee money would actually be borrowed': approve the proposed plan, or to tell be present at the meeting next central downtown and improving commercial effort, a state grant Is
(DPC) of the Chamber of Com by the City of Starke, with the the DPC what direction to pursue.An Thursday, Nov. 18, at 8:30: p.m. at traffic flow by creation\ of one-way being sought for an architecturaland
merce, and will be presented to a being collected on are the EconoLodge.The streets. An engineer has placed the historical survey of the oldest
property which option Is a $1 million bond! buildings.
. '' I Nov. 18 meeting of property owners. tax bills, cost of street improvements at downtown
11:,, prepared by Bradford County, thus issue, with$500,000 going to improvethe area intended for revitaliza- $273,000. Rest of the $500,000 would The DPC hopes to work Its
Tentative plans finalized Monday the county would also have to apprearance of downtown) lion and beautification as well as for new parking. revitalization effort i in.! conjunction
:' night are to borrow the money cooperate.The streets and to purchase new parking, traffic pattern changes, Is Call pay with the historical project and the
" through a local bank, rather than a amount each property owner areas, and the 9500.000 additional Street between US-301 and Cherry The committee'' wants to have 'proposed project to renovate the old.
',;: bond issue, if a favorable interest would pay will be based on the front available to lend to downtown property Street, and Walnut and Thompson SR-230 rerouted a block over to Id02 courthouse on East Call Streetas
,' rate can be secured. The money footage facing Call, Thompson or owners at a favorable interest Streets between Jefferson and SR-l00 (Madison St.) at Water a Starke center for Santa Fe Com-
:; would be repaid over 30 years Walnut Streets,and will be available rate to improve buildings. Madison Sts. Street, which must be approved by munity College

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: > HamDton Gets New Zoning. Map, Decides to Let County Iran rrogram : .: I

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The Hampton Council saw progress the plan for possible changes based of the NFRPC concerning'the result from his 2 day suspension by Voted to see about the availability tracted and repair of damaged city
, .. in it's quest for control of city on their knowledge of the city and failure of Hampton to receive former Mayor Gordon Wadsworth. of vacant lands in the city for con- streets.
t zoning by the receipt of a zoning the desires of the citizens. any federal grant money in the past struction of a new city park, as
map prepared by the North Florida The council also voted to request year. The members agreed to apply Agreed to check into 'paving of many citizens have complainedabout Agreed to reimburse the city Fire
r j4: Regional Planning Council that Bradford County return to ad- for any funds that might be several streets in ,the city with ex the present location of the Department for purchase of equip
f ., (NFRPC). ministering the building permit'program available In the upcoming year, with cess funds Iron the 1983-1984 fiscal recreation areaJ ment from donated funds.
; The map, received by the council for the city. Hampton had the help of the Planning Council. A budget.
Tuesday night,Oct.9,is based on the been attempting to run it's own second public hearing will be held on
t- land-use plan the city has been building permit program for several the grant matter at the next regular
U operating under for several years, months.In meting of the council Nov. 13.: Asked Chairman Ted Curtis to Asked City Attorney James R. Received a police report listing 7
Flynn to write Nugent Tree distubances, 1 rescue, 2 traffic ace-
with variations depending on the see aboutthe closing of 2 unused
1 other business, the council: cidents, citations, 2 fires and 1
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present actual use of the land. I Exonerated Marshal I John streets adjacent to property owned Service's insurance company con-
,;.,' Council members intend to study Heard a presentation by K. C. Hodges from any'charges that might by Diane McClellan. cerning' completion of work con- animal transportation.


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::'', Center; Zoning Cox Appliance




f'. : Approved by County & HOOVER

:i Air
Conditioning '
Zoning for a proposed'shopping Approved a used car lot on US-301
center near the intersection of SR-21 just south of the Starke city limits FALL
: and SE 43rd Lane(Speedville Road) requested by commissioner Maxie Service
, near Midway was given final ap- Carter Jr who said he plans to rent
:,, proval Sept. 10 by the Bradford the space.Approved.
County Commission. a diesel repair shop on "' VALUES
Ronnie Newman,who plans to buy SR-229 in Pleasant Grove for Johnny 'y Service and Repair on:
the 10.7 acres,says he wants to bring Johnson. Zoning Director L.M. r '* AU Major Appliances t I
in a major grocery store and six Gaines said a fence must be erected
\ retail stores. before the business can open. J ,Air Conditioning HOOVER
Newman says surveys indicate Approved placement of a mobile Refrigeration Electrical
about 28,000 people live within a home on 2V\ acres on SE 43rd Street DELUXE UPRIGHT
10-mile radius of the location. (Speedville Road).
Newman is buying the land from Rejected the application of Gus
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developer Jack Courtnay. Callas to locate four mobile homes with "Dirt Cup"
Harold Hill, president of the con- on two acres of property on which
servation association, the Santa Fe the former Moose Lodge is locatedon
Lake Dwellers, asked what type of the north end of Griffis Loop near '
sewerage treatment facility is plan- SR-100 just south of Starke. Callas is 9647462Rt. : '
ned for the project. Courtnay said operating a bingo parlor and wantedthe 17900t
the property is high and dry, poses mobile homes for employees' to
no special problems, and that treat- live in. Under the existing OR; open
ment facilities will have to meet rural, classification Callas could put
state standards. Hill expressed con- two mobile homes on the two acres. '
cern about the method of handling Commissioners clearly wanted to 2, Box 2116'
waste in the proposed shopping make an exception, but backed up
its zoning board which termed the (Hwy 16 Raifor iRd)
center the methods to be used to

'f''"',:' "" treat effluent. request Lawrence spot Mosley zoning.opposed Commissioner the rejec- Starke, ,Florida, 32O91Hl" : SEEN v_>IIHOOVER.
Zoning Director L.M Gaines did .
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if.! .. 'W part 04 the zoning. '
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$250.000 Florida Loan Bank OfferedBy FREE HEARING TEST

Supt.Casey also read a letter from :i
Florida National Bank of Starke
President J.E.Tomlinson offering to O

allow the school board credit of Sales Service
$250,000 for .needed maintenance Repairs '
projects. ,
Tomlinson said the board could
have the funds for an interest rate of Phone 31,60996Monday
70 percent of the prime rate.
A lallin -down walkway which "
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holds'up air-conditioners at Starke '
Elementary is the main safety problem thru Friday 9:30: to 4:30Except Convertible Convertible
plus other schools have : Cleaner' Cleaner
walkways which have never been with'
!. built because of maintenance
blems. pro- Headlight :::=. .::
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Wednesday 1I .
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conditioning problem in Phase I of *..-I-
. the high school. Operations Director ,
Lennard Register says his staff has
done all it knows how to do on those Testing by Appointment. 10% Senior Citizens DIscoun 99 00
air-conditioning units. They can be 149 ,
fixed one day and be down the next.mm" Billy Kaylor

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TO: DONALD l. kEYS, qu.s'ed In h. .IIlon. Ion at 1 y.". Typs 1JR
Chamber A! Leg a I Hu.bolld, Raldrnce WITNESS my hone! and osphalL '" .. COMpact: '"
,., ;: : Qty Eye. $$75Q0p r ; Unknown s.ol 0' aid Court on h. tlmeroekorroa ;h etde r' "'
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', IN THI!CIRCUIT NOTIFIEtJ: 'hot on octlon CI.rk Circuit Cout IIIln\l\ pov.mt.
; Grant to Attract Industrial Prospects COURT OF THE I for dl..olu'lon oInar. 81"": Morlan McRoe Cantraclarwill 'urnl.h
EIGHTH JUDICIAL rloye and o'her rellel Doputy CI.k Drnslry tat to Ciry Ci
.. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR has Menil.d ayalmf 10/04ltch 10/25 S'ork.. Rood Complet'" '
the One y.or warronly'oftd \
t.} At the urging of Chamber presi! The commission unanimously ap bond Issue, but would be the initiator BRADFORD COUNTY you Court In and obov..styled ore re' compl.rlon: .
FLORIDA You'
dent J.E. ,Tomlinson, Starke city proved in principle the plan of getting of the grant application and of the CIVIL ACTION qulr.d to serve a Copy 0' CALL FOR BIDS Requ..t bid be ee.lv- ",
commissioners agreed Oct. 9 to ask a state grant for the project. bond issue. ., written d.imses. If eel no Iat.I than October :rr'.. a
Rd for a grant to help bring a new in Tomlinson asked that the Develop The grant Would not have to be CASE N0.8/.231.CA your to It JAMES L. Th. City 0' Srorke In. 16., 1981. .
on ,
T";' dustry to the area. ment Authority be allowed to administer repaid, but if repayment ar any ESQUIRE. vita you" to open bid on Commlilion res.", .. ,',; 1:
'1Tomllnson\ said there Is an Industrial the project usingassistance rangements are made the city's ap IN REI The MorrloyeoTOMIINSON Post Olfke Drower 10, paving 0' SI.IS inside the Ight'o r.jeet or ocHurband .
'":. prospect which could from the North Central. plication will earn more points. The ; DONALD kEYS,JA? the City 0' Starlre cep'any 01' oil bide
supply 510,10., Florida 32091.
Council The I fo'moMo.1 bids to Mr. Neil .
200 within Florida Regional Planning grantsareawardedonpointsamong'competing 'ollowlng : .
new jobs two
and 'il.the with '
.,' Tomlinson, who spoke years.for the He said the application had to be public agencies, Tomlinson and orlglnol tlon I U furnbhed: IV" 1ucMer, City Clerk, P.O, 1
SUSAN K.KEYS, the CI.rk of the Clbo" Drawer C, Slork., Flo,
Chamber of Commerce completed by Dec. 27 said. Plus, if the grant money 9,785'lonyt20Ft.Wid. .
Development "
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styled, r "
on 0'
Tomlinson assured city commis would be repaid to the city it could Wile Specifications ,.om. 32091 "
and l
Authority, city's Blue Chip b.fore 5 Novemb.r 1984. :
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1 pertllmerock not tae Itchy 10/l l ; r r ;
Program, said the officials of the sioners the city. will be under no then be used again for another industrial '

new business want to remain obligation to repay the: grant or the prospect. NOTICE OF.ACTION, ,. Olh.rwl.shot) be entered a ludg.m.nt ogoln.t thon4BX llmerock compoctlon Road bo. ........ qn \

anonymous at this point. He assuredthe \ '>1!
city commission that the ---,. "'. '. "3 3COKE.
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<:*: business, which he described '
generally as an assembly operation,
would not present a polution problem
'. or stress the city s utilities. .f",
The grant must be requested by a ,-:
public body,such as the city or county u
government, Tomlinson said. i".
Up to$675,000) could be obtained by .:: ,{I
the city for a project to purchase '
7 land, construct or rehabilitate com 1 k
"
mercial or industrial buildings, buy :
machinery and equipment, improve

energy conservation and make im AiN/raCAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE .),
provements to commercial or in- Q
= dustrial property, such.as sewage
gas! lines or utility services. !
= Tomlinson said the money is ;

I3X available through the state called IABET CARE DIET ;
,
SSE "Small Cities Community Development COKE ,
f-C Block Grant Program." The Of ,

..... federal money originates from SPRITEaumt %! 1'odacolol'Ntr'; l
::::> HUD, and is funneled through the rm ,
;%* state. EXPANDED SELECTION AND LOWERED N4. .','
3? He said the city doesn't have to ; I
53: come up with any money for the proS PRICES FOR THE CARE OF DIABETES. TMKS"* AC/DC ,
Jett. He said $% is needed from the
PORTABU BLACK ft WHITI
rs: business or loan guarantees to the Ask your pharmacist about:.. TELEVISION KODAK COLOR

'as"" business to match each grant dollar. our Total DIabetlcare Program Our special Offers PRINT FILM
SS The prospective business, he said, ; ,8
E r. would be worth about $1.2 million our FREE vials Of insulin 1 IDi '
= and employee) about 25 persons at me sl renal "

:; first and then expand. to need about ,
i

"S 5", 200.,;It's remarkable that we have a its

:;:... prospect," Tomlinson said. s Part\tttnel

S Mayor-Commissioner Jim Crosby 1 ..,, ,
KK Jr. said the city should take the lead /
5S In getting the project going. He said b C ASSORTED

rs:: he hadn't asked the identity of the PLANTERS HALLOWEEN
: pompany involved, ''but had been CASHEWS .\
iJST' assured the group would be well COSTUMES
or MIXED
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as reactions because of polution, noise '

32::t 'services.or adding.strain to the city's utility 596.5oz. PUMPIQM POP CL 488 '

S3? '"We're going to grow," Tomlinson ,,,, oP DUNI DUM, POPS
39 said. "It's up to us to see that we ob- 4 a c .Cashews or YouRalaa ,
S? 12-oz.MlxedNuts. Rw a a
tain the right type of new
SZ businesses. JOY; DAWN. IVORY at taetroalla.B ,

:::r: SLIM.FASTINSTANT Or PALMOLIVE ORACH'S ? ,,, ,. '
SERGIO VALENTE LADIES' PUDDING DIET DISH DETERGENT SNACK
Of i
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1 EPA LCD WATCHES SIZE ( '' .
BEVERAGE POWDER ,
.. 1tt OL 09'22.c11. CANDY t,, .r< t* a ,
9PIAY0la 1 CORN ti. + r'f E
; isjon. 999..12. 599 24.OX.OXH jr
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-. ''".. I''t yi 9u p .g.b. tAOiIaG ) .. _... ,. "Whlle' quantities!,atl! oleo. .tia 3: 'a F SWEETARTSII I ,;r .,t ...,.: '

-fi [9IR tl1ai"tr'V'p'ri P 8c4.Q e' ,,,, wr+ 'CKSSW cx&mnaesDISGUISE>! ..." .
ZS; sewer rehabihtationwork is cost ofSft -
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S festive":3. dispose; Of the property in accordance __ MAYBELLINE MAKEUP KIT
St w
with the regulations
5t which In part: require that the sale GREAT LASHMASCARA CREEPY CREATURES 49
eft' price be based on the market value "' "-
Eg1 at the time of the sale; SHAMS ? GLOW IN THE
jS "4. if the proceeds of the sale are .. Y01"CHOICI I DARK CREME '
US In excess of) the cost of the sewer J.' .......... ti ....1.2. 0r
St work, refund to EPA the federal Interest 197 !a--;! r e
Sf in net proceeds. ._.. i 11 CLARK JUNIORS MILK DUDS 97 .."
b = JUNIORS or PHILADELPHIA r TECHNlFACES
55:: "I believe this is a solution which D
CHEWOLA CUM ::
ANSCO HR25 ;: PROFESSIONAL
ra, should be agreeable to all parties. I
is.. suggest the City officials contact Mr. DISC CAMERA iJ = VANISHBOWLIlRlTE ;=R''", DISGUISE : ,

ESi Harold Hopkins at our Atlanta officeS ea.n.09 ij AUTOMATIC BOWL CUMM1R 99C MAKEUP,
,for advice on how to proceed. Your ,
: : can count on my support to see this 1999 gge. 7-oz.Juniors, 10-oz. Milk 97'It-; '1" '
S5; through to successful resolution. 'S Duds or 6.4-oz. CheWOla

St "Thank you for your interest in. the cum.
2 construction grant program"
S::t' Sincerely .. -,8Y. // "

::5: Jack E: Ravan CALIFORNIA
J5t Assistant Administrator for
||. Water REVLON LEG WARMERS SHOPANYONE'S
ANACI ao TOUCH & CLOW 2 FOR/ AD
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p=';:,;r.#!! ?__.;." MAKEUP 399 AT ECKERDwe .
'M0a errs meet all locally
| Swamp. .. ANACIN : TBBB'sss' 59 If purchased' advertised prices on
SUDAFEDDECONGtSTANT
Identical
PAIN RELIEF, tom' separately 2.44 merchandise.
C(rill" pal(," 1\I :.29 so TULnI'. Bring In current
.1 ,. fl 74 Tours ads & see| TOASTMASTER
= swamp acreage in 1981 at a figure in'excess FLIP-OVER
SJI of$2 million GP proposed toax >
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I mine the extensive peat beds to fuel '!Qp..., ti;,. : ; ? REVLON FLO-TROLL WINDSHIELD OVEN/BROILER,
3t boilers '''at its products mill w SUPER rstao
paper -- .
BAIT WASHER 1988 ...
3 near Palatka. 1 ; LUSTROUS ?

E5 The proposed mining Immediately .. LIPSTICK BUCKET ANTI-FREE2E '
5| touched off a militant campaign of 1TYMS2MS itvoa. ,
SS: protest by Santa Fe Lake property TOPOL SMOKER'STOOTHPASTE ACANE 488 y

'" owners;led by ,{Harold Hill, presidentof '
the 'Santa Fe Lake Dwellers 3.7-ox.en.s.T-aa. LANACANE .
'Association 'The lake residents 24MQ R.OUMOC or soz.MCUUMI MEDICATED CREME
feared Georgia-Paciic would sUp ,
'all i trees and vegetation from the
swamp,. causing ,environmental MISS BRECK... .
I damage to lakes and streams In the STYLE or. ? HOLIDAY ,, NORCLCO SPWIORA2ORDOUaLXmADM -
area, including the Santa Fe River, WHITE RAIN ? BAREELEGANCE IItiDOOR"yaltlECttoleB .
recently) ,designated as an Oustan- HAIR SPRAY SUBJECT ROTARY RAZOR
Florida and the WIREfiOUNO FOGGIER
::t ding Water prim BODY
2cipal tributary to the Suwanneea 0 NOTEBOOK SHXL 1SU.1GO -

River.' i I, .SHAMPOOHOS.. ..
5" Hill, a resident of Santa Fe Lake 129 CONAIIl :.. I 24 setf-sharpenlng. blades.
;i. and retired wastewater specialist 99 159 .199
'=Si i '''with'the City' )of. Jacksonville. 7.S-OZ.; MISS HAIR BRUSH COMBO> r, ,
Breck or White !setters...tMIPOO UIQIU ,
sa gathered 'material on the environmental ?
effects of peat mining Rain I ,e-oz. style. ,,. : .. B._._ EQUITY -Ii

f' from all over'the world and made MITCHUM, 177.:1. a HNHHUi. i "' % '

hundreds of presentations to conservation ? ,. a KKYWOUNOOTAMTIOUB ,

the and! civic'groups' throughout', OT stiufl'sPRAY I ? x ENT1M STOCK Of ecu l'- ....
state. TWIN
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'I: : :; ,'* Boys'from Starke Visited, Lawtey. ,j j11.

lollY
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Opinion 6 1

Seat Election in if 7 ,

After County ,
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And The Winner Is \ 1 harmless birds, at nothing at all, is |I"b'.
tolerable and not to be endured."
i' The 60th Anniversary edition of The
, 'i published almost half a century The young man "scalped" was not a vie., '
Telegraph,
I sprinkled with headlines tint of Indians on the war path, but occur..
1M was
.. ago, Levi! Johns of Hampton "had
from papers in the 1880s, typical of the red when the
."; At least one thing should be clear to "Mr. President..we want you to level .times and indicating that things were not' misfortune one day last week of being
concerned about always good In the "good old days". seriously injured by his horse taking a
: President Reagan after Sunday's with us, too. We're so fright while being harnessed to the cart

." debate.. he will have to descend from budget deficits. Your Treasury For Instance, here are a few examples' : and catching Mr. J. in the cart, threw him

I. Mount come down to Earth, secretary says your Administration will "A'Horrible Accident" against a stump which resulted in splitting '
Olympu"'l
1 what he his scalp from his forehead to the back
and ing messages next
neW '
flat-tax system Man Scalped"
propose a "Young of same,so that the scalp
received in that rarefied at- part drop entirely -
has year...Where do you really stand on new ""Hampton Indignant" loose on one half of his
I mosphere' regarding the conduct of taxes? Careful. We'll be listening for aid was at once called in and everything
Disturbed" ,
and domestic affairs in his se- "Lawtey and he
; foreign placed in Its proper place is now improving
( nuances. '
cond term, assuming he has one. "County Seat Moved" ? very fast."

; It isn't enough to intimate that he will know"And what on peace.we'd you learned really about like Mr.to "Runaway Horse on Call St." Other bits of news in 1887,included. these

y continue the policies of his first Apparently, there a dull mo- brief items:
I simply Gromyko and Soviet intentions. Wedon't days .
; term without giving specifics as to want to hear what of ment even in those Mr. J.G. Alvarez Is always up with the
Secretary
dated times. He has erected a new street lamp'
f disarmament "revenue enhancement"the The "horrible accident", 1887 on
White
State Shultz or some nameless concerned the death of Mrs. L.C. Duer andlittle his corner. This now makes four:lamps and
taxes)
for
code word raising
( GOP House source says you think about your son, Arthur, who were killed by the Starke has quite a city appearance %t
the astronomical deficits, and further first direct encounter as President with "fast mail train" while crossing Alligator

curtailment of "entitlement" pro America's rivals. What do you think? Creek trestle, about a mile south of town. night.Note: The J'.G.:
grams. When the issue is the prospect of the The mother and son were on the way to a two-story frame structure on the old

Mr. Reagan has been floating above earth shaking beneath nuclear warfare, Starke and had just cleared! the trestle but Florida Bank, Site, corner: of .Call and ,

the fray in his teflon balloon so long that 'wasn't it rather late, with your first four were still on the tracks when the down train Walnut Street) .
Duer
he has lost touch with,reality. He was years winding down, for sizing up your overtook the embankment them, knocking about 20 Mrs.feet,causing her Mr. J.C. Wills, Jr. has started the silk I
hat craze, and ere long the town will be full
down to earth Sunday and looking into .
rudely brought adversary directly death from internal Injuries. The young of them.
night by Walter Mondale, the clear win- each other's eyes as you state positions? boy "was run over and horribly mutilated,
in the first ninety minute debate, cut and mashed into a dozen pieces". The county poor farm was sold for taxes ;
ner "We're not interested in statistical Monday, and all of Lake Butler the county
and to be winner of the second The who was behind scheduleand .
likely engineer '
quarrels, whether there are more or seat, was in the unknown: list
andrealizes said he the
unless Mr. Reagan revises his act running very fast, saw
fewer poor, hungry, homeless, and woman and child and gave all the signalshe Mr. A.E. Moitt says he did not know that .
this fight is for real.If under-educated in America now than could, but it was Impossible to stop the 'his little baby was a boy until he saw it in

anything, Mr. Reagan is more four years ago. There are still too many train in time while coming down a steep The Telegraph, and he then went straight '
grade. He said the accident would have Silk t"I'II'rN1'1' "aUth. rage"In away and bought a donkeY' for the little
field of both
vulnerable in the foreign policy, left out of the general prosperity wife".
been his ,
"had it own one.-
which will be the subject of the next among the very young, especially men, been the, same the hard-fought 1887 county site election

debate more vulnerable even than he and the seniors, especially women. How The cause of Hampton's indignation was the Lawtey precinct, for some reason, Mr. J.Q. Adams, the boss ice cream I

is in the field of domestic policies deal- will you help them?" the fact that William DeForest, a new set sided with Lake Butler in its efforts to keep man, wants the people to understand that! l

ing with social security, medicaid, rrr tler in that area,was observed laboring on the courthouse there, thus antagonizingthe when the U.S. flag floats in front of his emporium I
financial aid to college students, and the his farm on Sunday. The neighborhood"was citizens 'Of Starke. Evidently, feelingswere he has ice cream on hand to sell. [
environment (which wasn't even touched These are just a few of the questions aroused" and Mr. DeForest high on both sides and some Starke"patriots" The Red Flag means auction, but all are
President Reagan needs to answer answered their complaints by saying he decided to rub-in Lawtey'sdisappointment invited to attend just the same. I
on Sunday night). had no almanac and lost track of time, as follows;
before Americans to the polls on wellmeaning'person has nailed
go Sunday Some
thinking it was -
As to who won the debateindepen- November 6. Unfortunately, there won'tbe resting,",and on going Saturday back to the fields on the "LA WTEY -- The night after the election piece of plank over a hole in the sidewalk I
dent polls (those not, conducted by another debate on domestic policies, Sabbath. some of the jolly boys of Starke came up nearly in front of the bakery. While;it 1
about a
either candidate's1' campaign head- here in the night sang a song it will ;
covers the hole nicely, trip a person I
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but Mr. Reagan could use some of his and took the
celebrated acid fruit tree, '
showed Mondale time. On Sunday night in only a few 'I I
quarters) won more "Morning in America" commercial'time Under the heading "County Seat names of some of our citizens in vain. That every '
Brownie points than Reagan. The mere to answer some or all of them. Moved" The Telegraph of August, 1887 was all right and we like to see the boys minutes., six different persons tripped in
fact that the challenger could hold his reported that "County Commissioners"met have their fun,but they ought not to fire off1 passing.The

own with the so-called "Great Communicator" at Lake Butler Monday to canvass the pistols in our streets. There is enough of young folks of t the M.E. Church propose
Coming up..Foreign Policy Mr vote and'them announced: Starke as the
was enough to warrant him that done by our own citizens, and a good to give a "sheet and pillow case" party .
ordered the sheriff to
needs to do much much betterin county*,seat and
Reagan much.
deal too ladies
next Friday night. The will be
attention and respect than he has
more move the records at once to Starke. It took
the next debate if he is to regain some "The wretched foolery of pistol and wrapped in sheets and sold to the highest
been receiving from the media. He also 20 hours to bring the county safe and contents -
scored of clarity of the ground lost last Sunday. '; 22 miles on Tuesday, owning to bad shotgun shooting by night and by day at all bidder. The lucky purchaser will also pay
points
high on roads and sick mules." hours of the 24, at bull bats, at targets, at for the lunch that he must (treat his lady to.
substance, frankness, and "lay it on the ,e

line" plans for dealing with the deficit, \ r I

defense extravagance and waste, and 'i, IPaul | Letters to the Editor' .''>> "h".". --. ,.

other problems that must be faced in I Campaign Imagery ," x County Agent's" ..
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immediate future ,
the ; !
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anothe..term"''''' \ '" 1 Boo! Boo! !,"r-' ;:::,::' A' .,, ... ,' ho. !JR.fJ a
Attempting to coast into '-W 4 -
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orf the wiiigs of optimts'm'JV'staBnding D ''H'At 4in }t w Ptt'InDtf fbry"Nang ") J! ,..;. n"-"-.4 ttoblWrfl tdo'A4 .

tall" andf'feel&te-geeJU" About public television) program ? a"i'J''Ci1'I''si. i
'I ourselves, Mr. Reagaq's message for "Washington Week" is incensed Fall Leaf Colors

the future, if any, got lost in a maze of (justifiably, we believe) by the tendency -' >' Dear Editor. frriitnia Note Yes, it* was a mistake, or

statistics and complex formulas that of commercial TV networks to I sincerely feel that I am writing for my an unfortunate Incident, as BUS PrincipalJim ; 1 For centuries, the brilliant change of

seemed to leave him as bewildered as winners of elections before the own gratification as well as that of all of Duncan puts it. leaf colors each Fall was surrounded by
predict Jack
and From
were his audience.Not the very disappointed Bradford High Duncan explained that if extra time is mystery superstition: '
polling is complete. School Band members, and Frost to the blood of the great bear almost
parents judg needed at the half, it has to be requestedfrom
only the polls, but opinion writers ing by the crowd's reaction, some very the referee, who has complete con every society had its own legend explain
at least those we were Says Mr. Duke: "It is 'unbelievable disappointed football fans. trol of the game, before the game starts. ing the phenomenon. However, plant
the
after the debate were unanimously' arrogance on the part of the networks.In the inconsiderate He said no extra time was requested scientists have finally unraveled
I am referring, of course, to most secrets of Fall coloration.We .
agreed that Mondale had strengthened''' attempting to get the story before all and unsportsmanlike action I before the SA game, however, and the SA

his position and Reagan weakened his, the facts are in, they are alienating have, ever witnessed when last Friday' band used eight of the 15 minutes.Thus the may not seethe Incredible burst of"
decision to pull the BUS band off the field vivid Fall ''leaf 'color our northern
Americans. Under the First night, during the half time show of the.BradfordSt.Augustine .
although still conceded to be ahead in
many football before it could complete its eight minute neighbors enjoy each year, but we do have

popularity, polls. Amendment, you can't have any kind of when the band was forced to leave the game field, program. Duncan said he thought of making enough temperate region plants in some
; restriction on the press, but I think the in humiliation.For an announcement over the public address parts of Florida to give us some seasonal
Miami Herald: "...Who won? Walter Mon networks should exercise some com- system about about why the Incident changes in foliage hues. And even folks living

dale did incontestably. He was poised, mon sense and restrict their own exit those of you who were not there it occurred, but did not because it might in our area might like to know why the-
displayed humor, grace, and confidence; seems that the band was endangering the have insulted St.Augustine High. The leaves, of some' trees and shrubs change
mouthed coherent arguments wellbuttressedwith polls, or at least not report results until football team of suffering a penalty for situation could be likened to a guest staying color as the weather cools in northern
fact and ably articulated his party's the polls have closed." delay of game. It was certainly obvious too late in your. home, Duncan ex areas.

views. In both substance and style, Mr. Mon- Concerning the of TV's that the extra couple of minutes requiredfor plains. SA was the guest of BHS. The brilliant of leaves Is.
dale was remarkably,. well Presidential. quality the band to finish or the possible penal. Steps are being taken to prevent a repeat display autumn
of thingsr.falling : ::
'Curiously, and uncharacteristically,, political reportage in general Mr. Duke ty against',the football team would have of the incident. Duncan says.'That means brought on by a combination and-

Ronald Reagan was not:He seemed visibly says, "The most significant aspect so had little or bearing on the final score.I communicating with the bandmaster from certain temperatures chemical substances, shorter days, called
nervous. His speech halted repeatedly as he far this is how wrong they have the other'' school to see how much time
year
realize'jthat: all patrons are not as enthusiastic pigments, found; in leaf tissues:
groped for words. He sounded defensive.,.and been in their assessments. First there visiting bands will require, in time to' request -
bogged down in statistics rather than focusingon about the band as I am, but I more time of the referee before the Some of the pigments that give autumn
this feeling that John Glenn feel that the real issue is fairness and '
broad themes..;" was general also game starts. leaves their bright colors are actually present
was going to be the chief challenger. plain old consideration for others. It would We believe that Duncan should have in the leaves as soon as they unfold m.

Orlando Sentinel: "Mr. Mondale earned the Then, there were all those stories that have appeared that, at least, an apologyand made an announcement explaining the the Spring. But during Spring and Summer ='.

right Sunday night to be heard during the next Walter Mondale had it locked up. And an explanation would have not only time restraints which caused the band's when the plants 'are growing
four weeks. Mr.Reagan picked up the obliga. then Gary Hart from nowhere and been proper but very much in order. routine to be shortened. Visitors should be vigorously, a green-colored material called
lion to give a clearer picture of where he is came The Bradford Band works hard treated with respect, but the hometown chlorophyll dominates' the''other leaf .
headed..he should be pressed hard on his no one recognized that in advance. Soon under the direction of Bandmaster- very Buddy crowd deserved a brief, well-worded, pigments.
plans, and voters should ask whether he can diplomatic explanation of the time
fulfill their looked Bell, and would certainly be considered a restraints. Chlorophyll plays an important role in a
expectations.
very dedicated if not the MOST dedicated, 'process called photosynthesis. This is the
all underscores how careful and football around. shame Naturally, we want t to be nice to our
St. Petersburg Times: "In concluding his fans Itis just a guests, but the SA band process by which plants capture energy
debate with Walter Mondale, Mr. Reagan cautious we should beas, journalists." they have to learn the value of time and the have known the time restraints director that should from, sunlight and' manufacture food,:
complained that the Democratic challenger rewards of hard work In such a way. were Chlorophyll Is' produced '.in ihe.leaves off
in effect showed
Mr. Duke's and criticism of and consideration for the
had belabored concern most
him unfairly over the issue of home plants during (Iheir active growing
Social Security. In fact,Mr Mondale let him the influence that the image-making As a concerned parent, I feel that if thisis is customary.team by playing only two numbersas season. Rut in the Fall, as plants get.

\ off somewhat lightly. He made no mention of tactics of television is having on our na-. the way some of our educators intend to We are Very proud of our ready for dormancy\Ihe production elf> new
how Mr. Reagan devoted himself for years to tional elections is well justified. Too set examples for our young people there is Bradford High Band. Hopefully award-winning, the band chlorophyll slows down. Finally; '..I it slop* .
attacking Social some serious disorder in priorities. altogether and there's'no chlorophyll leftin
Security by equating it with TV members will understand that discreditwas
often allow themselvesto no
welfare and cameramen **t.q.r' the other
leaves.
by proposing that participation When this happens;the
intended and the band
be made voluntary: In his celebrated 1964 be manipulated by the managers of VERY.VERY CONCERNED another outstanding, will give us leaf pigments mentioned earlier take over1:'

speech fur Barry Goldwater,Mr.Reagan said the candidates, setting up "photo oppor /.. b-'J., JimLangleyForestry homecoming tomorrow night.performance-- > and you see the bright cool-stedson colors.'

Social Security 'is not insurance, but a tunities" that are far removed from ;'L.,, : I Ythese Pigmentscalled, carotenoids make the
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welfare program; and Social Security dues reality and cause the television viewerto *,' )", '". ,', leaves ',!urn" orange," red yellow, and.brownOther ,
are a tax for the .
general use of (the
govern- ,
ment...'. He reiterated those themes in his'radio '' form an entirely false impression of in;Bradford Countyt& pigments, called of anthocyiuimns the-
broadcasts of the early 1970s and as late what is going on. Unfortunately, toomany ; are developed because
changing '
vlt-arj
t ,
wea
h'fcill\dltiCJ" ;Bright
as his ,1976" campaign against President voters the ".1' (
are swayed by image-
by DavldW. Norton autumn) days and cooler temperatures prof:
Gerald
Fprd"who said :"I'\; \
would ruin Social Reagan's' proposal makers and base their opinions on what "t' Jgte&X'.tVBradford Co.Forester duce shades, of 'red and purple in the:..
Security. ? .
they seerather, than what they hear and. ,; > f .." ,' leaves<) Sl1", $ "n >lher ;gr iup' of pigments
Tampa Tribune columnist Joneph KraIt); read from analysts of.the issues. 'f-' < ? .:, :.7* I.. .,.. '" 'aned anthoxnnlhins' l'ause''el1ow'C'olllr.
> ",. .
"The debate brought forward the Mondale -;. 1.2 : : Contest, Set. for Oct..11 l \ ing In some foliage.So .

who is no joke.:He was serious and lucid In' Even the debates, as staged by television '"v.\j. .. ; ... .J. ,.,...., .... ')".,'.:. ,',, ', .
t laying out his ideas about the ,..He { "" : I even Florida's 11('
economy ; are not real debates which would ll. the Future events.. Students have been sharpen though landscape
On Thursday; Ocl, ,
had a nice line that Will Rogers once USed. '.; : their ,not' famsis'for brilliant Fait color. Ihere
skills
allow ing and good
:..' one-on-one discussion of an issue Farmers of America will Compete In the, up a showing is anticipated
against President Hoover -It's not what he .The skills students learn for are'pU\nls In,some areas that do change'color !
this
until it
is
AH .school
and ? high
fully understood. contest
explored annual
doesn't know forestry;
jhat bothers me It's what he Idea w
"j.t. competition be valuable tools which with the seasons'. It's a good ;.
1 knows for sure 1 that, just ain't so." by the voters.The so-called debates;'as', chapters in the: northeast Florida area are they could use on .a farm that has include a fewStf these in home plantings
This event will be held pine
; eligible to .
4 currently.presented., are little more compete. Memorial Forest than image-making media events.: at the Austin'Carey hold their blossoms for only a brief period
PerhapsVhe following studen'twilf
of The '
stralghtest talk of all was .F.r near Fairbanks: compete'for the trees and shrubs that turn color in the;
addressed.to Mr.:Reagan by the highly' Mr. Duke may be"a voice crying( in the : Contest. wlif Include The following Bradford FFA Chapters: Doug Ashley, Fall wilt usually''reta1n'their varied hues'

\ respected '"Christian Science Monitor' wilderness,. but'what,he says is true, events: I' *. Ann Chris Baker Douglas, Lynn.. Bowen Scott Annette Conway for a ''month! .or murex depending. nn'lfe'

I when itjsaid; and the people should back him up. 1. Estimation,Jibber v lue-b1'.9 ular ,? Goodown, Vickie Hudson.Douglas, Clint Chuck Huh weather.' ,

; estimation. ?!' ; VL-Y- '.,, :cheson, Robert Loznicka. ,Jim Norman S(>mtt:_of'the..trees..which l /will("'add Fall:

; 2. EstimaUeni"ul;, timber.'value'ywith'Biltmore Kim Norman, Evelyn Fennel!, Beverly eye-appeat; your,landscape 'are the
,
'; it, ; etlde;.i Raby.. Mike, Rourke, Kim. Sapp. Lisa goldenratn-tree.., red' swamp myrtle.,
,'.1 h'' ,S. Land calculation, by pacing. Spivey Earl Terrell 'Chad Thornton. logwood, sweet gum.-crape myrtle.'tulip-
'4. ari' tree Identification Robertfhorpe: ,and Lee White.The" tree, and Chinese tallow; Each of these ha*
5. Insect see I identification" Its own unique color;but these can than*-

,,. '; ,',.AH.the. (ro&ipf; d, ribbons\will be I place overall team or will chapter go< that the state-competK captures. first, .seasonal somewhat from year to year according to
'condliions\ ;; choosing
+donated; by oftt';. '."tW' ''local' limber.. com ,lion i at the, forest f etivalln. perry'during one or wont these plants However will assure you of.:
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=- panies. "ft. October.Best .
I some Fall change in foliage hues. TO find
For his. entire forty-seven y.erln government Herbert Hoover turned over each of his The Instructor, Paul Hutchins Greg of luck io .the teams and their Instructors out what' choices would be best for your.
Federal salary checks>to charity. Alvarez and Mrs;Jill Maxwell have fielded How about a first place showing' area,check with your garden tenter orour

C 4. > two.Bradford FFA teams to compete in N Lei's Go For lit I county.extension office.U1L .

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Suzette Rodrique and Mark Towns' nd Marry Sept. 22' :':'. ,' : I I I I I.' ,


-- _____________i___________.______ brother m' best man. Ushers were ried a cascade of silk white flowers I I The SociitZ'.Sid'eGW.Mootv
:: -w:: Waylon Townsend, brother of the accented with light pink and.burgundy I I ,, <
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Miss Marlene McWilliams served reception was held In the church (
aa maid of honor. She wore a pale Cultural Hall that was highlightedby I Of The
pink gown with fitted waist accentedwith the flowers from the church. Mrs.
8ccor ian pleats, qlana lace Leslie Folsom kept the bride's book.
Kl }' bodice, boat neckline, and butterfly The long bride's table was covered Society Editor
+ sleeves. She carried a bouquet of with a lace cloth; over pink satin. At '
-.HIS.; ?a' vv light pink and burgundy silk flowers one end of the table was a four-tiered 964-7603 News }l .
,i.. with baby's breath in a white wicker wedding cake decorated with light
4i8n J t" basket with lace streamers. pink flowers, In the center of the'
Given in'marriage' by her father; table was a crystal punch bowl' and
the bride wore an elegant white silk at the other was a flowing fountain 17
Rhonda Gibnor
IIIn h I'i' organza gown with a flowing A-line punch bowl. Mrs. Winston Barbercut Whitman, Douglas Marry Sept.

Inm: skirt overlayed with lace and curv the cake.Following. Rhonda Diane,Whitman, daughter son of Mrs. Wanda Osborn of Tarn-
'" ing to a sweeping chapel train.,Exquisite a wedding trip to St. of Mrs. Wanda; Hodge of Brooker pa were married Sept. 17 at the
,j: T lace! enhanced the bodice and Augustine Beach, the couple is and Ronald Whitman of McKenna,. groom's,home in Tampa.
-jn' trimmed the full sheer sleeves and residing on Forsyth Road. Wash., and Douglas Kent Gibner: The couple is residing in Tampa.
I" + ; I hemline. The scooped l neckline and The bride and groom are both
lace bodice were trimmed with tiny graduates of Bradford High School
An seeded pearls. She wore a necklace She graduated in 1981; graduated in
-n r of three cultured pearls which formed 1984 from Santa Fe Community College Elect
f a flower enhanced by a gold set and is employed by the Depart Elect
ova 't ting. Her 'seeded pearl headpiece ment of Corrections in Gainesville.. BEN '
r that framed the face secured ,the Mr. Townsend graduated In 1004 andIs
sfl } lace trimmed fingertip veil. She car employed by the City of Starke,

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Mark A. Townsend, son of Mr. and NEwt.ow
;::.,,Mrs. S.A.. Townsend, all of Starke,
\f-; _.were united in marriage Saturday EAGLE PRICESI
P'; Sept. 22, at 6 p.m. in the Church of YOU*CHOKt WITH 10 t 106
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baskets of and
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mums, gladiolus, carnations and
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a: Allen will be united in marriage
it'(; < Saturday,. Oct. 13, at..4 p.m in Nor- ,EAGLE MOTOR OIL GRAND, PRIZE THAMC Jeep ,RENAULT,']OVER 60,000 PRIZES, ( 1
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I u"' V":and grandsons, Reginald,
.'": ,Christopher and Alexander, wish to
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9..- '.announce the approaching marriage y. y fG'
ypl1: ; \ of their daughter, Carolyn, lathe'
II' 'I!" Reverend A.J. Simmons of Jackson., d aa y 4)3 J SI
ville, son of T.J. Simmons of Griffin,
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;and Mrs. William E.,:Starner, and
j (;Michael Greg Williams; son of Mr.
1, rh and Mrs. Walter Williams,HI. all of
; Starke; will be unitedIn, marriage
,n, ,Saturday, October 27,at 4 p.m.
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: .; : Nightmare"Set ,1: : .,:' Am. Legion AuxiliaryTo Reunion" Planned, ... '

"... '; : Republican Tea,. Meet Oct. 14 'a
.i' ):J ; There will be fl organizational
< :i..: : Saturday. Oct. 13 Bradford?gh School
Butler'V\ the
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,,'t :Ii ,. rl' : Set Oct. 27 in Lake : : American Legion Auxiliary Sunday Unit, Class meeting of 191 Reunion Tuesday,Oct.
, V ". : The Republican Party in Bradford M will hold its first meeting liVat 7 In the Math Building 'J;
, be the most frightening haunted trail County will be hosting a tea on October 14, at the American Legion BIIS.'f
'. The First Baptist Church of Lake/ you have ever been on.But that's not Saturday, October 13, at 2 p.m. at Hall on Edwards Road Starke.attend All l graduates Interested In helping ,
; r" Butler will host "OperationNightmare" all! If you Just happen to make It the home of Joann Slddon, 1227 E. All members are urged to whose to plan the reunion, please attend. j
Saturday night,Oct. and all who want to Join
on through the trail, you will be a Call St.,Starke.
during ,
''. 1 %1. beginning at 7:30.: special guest at the funeral. All Republicans are urged to at- husbands were in the military ,"\
.' I I The will be a Halloween tend to meet the candidates. periods of war or conflict. '
,, I tit experience you will never -'--
will begin witha Make plans to come for an Unforgettable
The
forget program \
Halloween experience 1
at First Bap c''
funeral procession
tist. The procession will lead to a Admission is $1.00. You must provide
1 where there will your own transportation. I
destination
: I Terrie Cogdlll secret f'.
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Michael Brannon ,
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Terrie Cogdlll, Program on Saudi Arabia ,
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Michael BrannonTo
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Wed Nov. 10 ... .
Given at UDC Meeting "; $1 "I ,
Mr.. and Mrs. C.W Cogdill of
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Starke1' announce the engagementand : r.
approaching marriage of their Mrs. Lloyd Wike presented a program 'recent trip to Saudi Arabia and
daughter Terrie, to Michael Bran- on Saudi Arabia at the W.T. displayed articles of clothing worn
Weeks U.D.C. meeting held by the women there and also
non son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady M. chapter t
Brannon of DeFuniak Springs. Wednesday Oct. 3, at the Western magazines. The clothing Is worn according .
The wedding is set for Nov. 10'at Steer Steakhouse with Mrs. to the sects of tribes. She .;r.t r. ,r
i Grace Baptist Church for 2 p.m. Franklyn Weisgerber, president also described the food served there ,j'
II I All friends and relatives are invited presiding.Mrs. and told of the menus of several luncheons /,?',
to attend. Weisgerber read the poem she attended.A .
"Why I am a Daughter of the Confederacy" ',
followed with Mrs.
social hour
Mrs. Herbert Thomas '
presented a certificate of member- Weisgerber as hostess. The refresh... T \
ANNOUNCING ship to Mrs.Wike and welcomed her ment table was covered with a lace '
into the chapter. cloth and was centered by an arrangement ,'
Mrs. Wike gave a resume of her of red Don Juan roses. .... ,
Amanda Nicole Box I ;/"< "

.TLff.... .on/1... firs. Marie Box nf-I.awtev..--" x:,:\. s
announce the birth of a daughter Gospel Sing SaturdayAt Homecoming Service Set HOMER HART /;::':"I '
Amanda Nicole born Oct. 1 in
Monroe Regional Center in Ocala. Pleasant Hope At Graham First Baptist '' r"I
People
Maternal grandparents are Mr Thank You to the Great I of
and Mrs. William Griffis and great There will be a gospel sing at Plea- Homecoming services at First I would like to say .
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. sant Hope Congregational Methodist Baptist Church in Graham will be ;
Harry Wilkerson and Mrs. Pearl Church Saturday Oct. 13, at 7:30 held Sunday Oct. 14.'Brother David I Bradford for allowing me to serve as your County
County
Gnffis all of Lawtey. Paternal Price will bring the message.
grandparents are Mrs. Minnie Box p.m.Featured group will be the Special singing will begin after 4
and the late Thomas A. Box of Travelers.' Everyone is welcome to lunch. Everybody has a special In- I Commissioner in District 5 for the past years.
Starke. attend. vitation to attend.

and for the people who took
Starke Church of God To Observe I am Grateful for'the support
October 2
I the time and effort to go to the polls Tuesday, ,

National Youth Emphasis on Oct. 14.:
- I and gave me their vote. :
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The Youth Department of the The morning service will begin at ing and evening service which "
Starke Church of God will be 11 a.m. with the youth being in begins at 6 p.m. :., and that we did not receive the high
celebrating National Youth Emphasis charge of the entire service featuring The church cordially extends a, I apologize am sorry
Sunday Oct. 14, beginningwith a special youth choir and special 'warm hand of welcome to the com- .
breakfast at 8 a.m. followed by singing by various youth groups. munity and the youth to observe this .
Sunday school at 10 a.m., taught by Willard Crawford,youth minister special event. Ida Sue Schmitt. ,, votes.
'the youth of the church. will be guest speaker for the morn- Youth Director.

Kingsley Lake Church Did You Know........... You will always( be Dear to My'Heart. I i..:; \ ,'i\ \

Homecoming Oct. 21 Friends of 'Leo Champion will Mrs. W.H. Edwards and Mrs.Lila.' "
regret to hear his brother. Glen Rae Yawn have returned from twtf'', v.
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will Champion of Clifton,Texas,was kill- weeks visit with their sisters Mrs: YOU : I
celebrate their annual Homecoming ed in an automobile accident Sunday Peggy Garcia in Camarillo Cal.and4 ." THANK & I
Sunday October 21. morning. His wife is in critical con Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Anderson Jr. in0
Everyone is invited.to attend. dition in a hospital. Ventura,,Cal..CAPTAIN'S ... '
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGNotice

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is hereby given that the City of Starke City Commission will hold

the first of two public hearings to address the CIty's participation in' the

Now Served with, Garden Green Beans Florida Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.The .


Garden green'beans,. Tartar sauce Delicious fried okra purpose of this public notice and first public hearing is to inform and

Fresh cole slaw make information available to the public that ((1)) the City may apply for up (to, :

$575,000 of the CDBG Fiscal Year 1984 grant funds; '((2)) the range of activities

Lemon that' may be undertaken with CDBG funds for housing and neighborhood

wedgeSouthernstyle' and commercial revitalization improvements include those community' :

development activities-authorized I in s. 105a( ) of Title I of the Housing and j

; .I.1If ,, ., I Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, and -in regulations:

I4'4 ,, regarding the federal CDBG Program contained In 24 CFR, Sections. 570.200 :,

(t j through 570.206 such as rehabilitation of houses in a target area, demolition \ ,
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\ y ;r I'A' of. dilapidated housing and relocation of residents, weatherization and

yaff f ( \energy-efficient Improvements, code enforcement, land 'assembly, or site \ ,

M a 'preparation for new construction, improvements fo deteriorating infrastructure : !

t u"vA r'Mltllrfk Sut..d ,. .'1. ',1 : ,, provision of,basic:services (such as roads; water, sewer, and drainage ;'

: w,. .. .. .it I facilities, ), the rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities that provide community :

hush puppies ? 1$299 :, services, for target area residents, the construction) ,of facilitie .{Ot: the,, :

Cornmeal breaded, country-style fish fillets' ,handicapped,,and downtown or neighborhood commercial redevelopment!' ,;

'((3)) at least'$293,250 or fjfiy-pne percent ((51%) of the requested CDBG funds';,'] J,

.,: Garden Green Beans Black Cherry Tart! I'(will be: used to benefit ,low-, and moderateIncome persons; ;((4)) jh.e'City'

Garden green beans have been added to our Plump sweet black cherries lightly glazed in- 'plans to minimize displacement- of persons as a result of planned CDBG,ac-..
'menu and may be substituted for french fries side a crisp graham cracker crust,''and toppedor ;.ivities; and ((5)) If any persons are displaced as a result, of planned CDBG activities -
cole slaw on any dinner. I with whipped topping..
the City plan's to assist displaced
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It's out of this world! 69 persons.

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MONDAY. TUESDAY &:WEDNESDAY Si Cam. |t; This, first'public:'hearing will be held on\ Tuesday, October '16, 1984 at 730; "

2-Piece Fish DinnerEach ?I .m4 in! the City' :Commission. ee..ngRoorn. ; located In.,City f'tarke'CItyM: I IiJHall

dinner includes: 2 golden brown fish;fillets natural-cu'french $1.99SUNDAY Citizens,are encouraged to, attend! their public hearing",and: express? ,,
fries fresh! coleslaw and 2 hush puppies. ;jheir views,concerning the community: -development needs'''of the City to pro'

ALL DAY WEDNESDAY. 4 PM TEL CLOSE :rr ide a basis'for'the preparation of the City's proposed Fiscat Year:, 1984,CDBG,<

AU-You-Can-Eat Fish Application. ,Any' citizen.who desires} :additional, information! or'would irk, .'toubmit .
Country-Style
Dinner
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Specially breaded country-style fish fillets,naturakut french fries fresh ;;. written:comment prior: .to, the' public hearing! ,,!should, contact. Neil

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,:*-Stephanie Enters O'Steen Lawtpy; ':News;I,1 1' ,:erii" f*'*:*" '.; ..' .i ;i '. ...... . .. . .". '""'..If'.' .. . ..1,. I..ei..... .. .. tie.<" Assigned K.to Williamson Sheppard" AFB

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.'5r(,,I"" Stephanie O'teen'wa9 In Orlando Deepest' ; ,. of the community I,"' \" Henry Hodges and 'S Mrs. Sheila Coach Eddins began his regular Airman Charles K. WUllaijhson$
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: > over the,weekend for the'ftirning'of' :,by Elizabeth i Terry is sympathy extended to Mrs, Ear)' Wilkerson attended the stock car first of the year physical fitness test son of Charles G. Williamson of
f I''','.her optional Balance Beam routine. phone 782.3300 of the races at Gateway National Speedway and will repeat It at the end of the Hampton, has been assigned! to
Prevatt and family because ; :
:r ese films wilt "be used all Lake night. year to show students improvementand Sheppard Air Force Base. Texas,
Hat. over Personals... death of het husband, Earl Prevatt, City, on Saturday after completing Air Force basic
\ {n !l United States for the next four who passed Friday morning, Laura Mae Dobbs, after spendinga progress.Students .
away
''' ears for testing Class I Judges. Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonvillecame 5.Saturday, week with her grandparents, Mr. and faculty would like to training.
Stephanie's first to visit her sister, Mrs. Fred Oct. and congratulate Mrs. Tina McRae on During the six weeks at LacklandAir
", : gymnastic competition Sept. 22, Mildred Tye, Mrs. Bill Dobbs and aunt, Chris
of the season will be "The Moore, on Tuesday night and Lillian Pearson, and Della Rosen- Dobbs returned to her home InMarathon her recent marriage. Best wishes, Force Base. Texas, the airman
I 0"Gainesville Invitational" Wednesday morning They attendedthe Mrs. McRae.In studied the Air Force mission
Holiday to of the Starke BPW Club attended with her other grandparents andreceived
I ,'. be held at Santa Fe Community College funeral of a long time friend of burg the District Three Meeting at the Mr. and Mrs. Webb of Mrs. Lopez' 6th grade class, officers organization and customs
<" : Nov. 16, 17 Girls will be coming theirs, Mrs. Mildred Kendricks, in Inn in Palatka. Jacksonville.Mr were elected: pres., Kevin special training in human
Holiday
,t from as; far away as Maryland for Ocala on Wednesday. Miss Boyer remained Miss Terry visited her sister, Mrs.C and Mrs. Danny Phillips Wise; sec. DeDe Cox; co-tres., relations.In .
this event. with Mrs. Moore until Saturday Strickland of Gainesville Monday visited thel!' mother, Mrs. OJ. Jason Smith and Nathan Blom. Run addition, airmen who complete

"$; {#" ?<,:\..,' ''..".' ,; .<,*'..",, thelt'sisterIn.and they attended-law the Mrs.funeral Bruce of E.until Wednesday., While there, Home Phillips in, Macclenny In Baker County Tuesday.Nursing off Michelle for vice Sapp president, Kenny Norman is between, and basic associate training degree earn credits through towardan the
she checked with Dr. Donald Quick
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/.Homemakers Club Boyer not visited Mrs. Bruce also of Gainesville. i:' Ralph Futch went to Gainesvilleon Letesha Hankerson. Michael Becker Community College of the Air Force.
Boyer) Saturday in Tampa. business will be spending two weeks on the Airman Williamson will now
Jr. Wednesday and his aunt,
Mot Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,
f Sept. 13 Toni! Collins of Dothan, Ala. is Saturday guests of their: Miss Elizabeth Terry, came home waters of the Atlantic with his fatheron receive specialized instruction in the
were supper
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spending Naval carrier.
a days
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$ Bradford mother Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr., In him.
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County Homemaker's .
parents;Mr and Mrs. pon Graves. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Morgan of .Ij
Lake City. .
.I Club held its general meeting on .. . ... '
Dothan Ala,
Oscar Carter visited Bill PatrickIn are camping near r rI
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\Sept Waldo and fishing for j ; ,,
Veteran's Hospital, Gainesville, plan to go a
;JpiMiss Dlann Douglas, Bradford St. Edward News...
: on Sunday afternoon i few days.Toy ,I .. ,
'County Home Economist, presented Parish Plans Bazaar Tammy Mosley of Middleburg' Rinard, of Nottingham, Pa., LLiCiLOS I .. ,..'
> the, ,: program entitled, "Stretching Muriel Gilhooly! president presided spent the weekend with her grant plans to be with her brotherinlawand j ..,. ''',
Your Protein Dollar". Members ,
en- at the St. Edward's Altar Society ,
and David
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold sister Pastor Mrs. .,.
their luncheon and n
joyed sampled meeting held in the parish hall Tues Eunice. 5r Brown, until Friday.
one of Diann's protein recipes. day evening, Oct 2. and of hers .
Mrs. Sallie Hogan two
?'. The next meeting 'will be held
Following committee reports, cousins, Rena Deas and Mable. LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SPIJTTINQ KITa
hursday, Oct. 11, at 10 a.m. at the
plans for the Parish Bazaar, Moyer of Jacksonville, were Tues-, SCHOOL NEWS .

)Building.,'Bradford The County public is Agriculture invited to at- 'scheduled discussed for Breakfast Friday,, luncheon Nov. 2, were and day sister dinner,,Mrs. guests Hester of Hicks.Mrs. Hogan'S *, Lawtey Elementary topped off \ ( $49.95 value)

:t nd. ,- dinner will be served in the parish Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown of their first annual Art Show with a

./*,'; hall that day. Jacksonville spent the weekend with',f display this past week of first place
Also. featured will be craft items their mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright winners. Thanks to the Community
Did You Know for all age groups, baked goods, ,State Bank and Florida Bank at
White Elephant articles, and a Jun- Out of town guests of Mrs. Wilma' :Starke. The students appreciatetheir
que Shoppe Wainwright were Mr. and Mrs.' cooperation.Students .
J.\ ; Members of the Starke Rotary Prizes to be given include $100 Mallie Griffis of Raiford, Mr. and schoolwide have been FORT
Club and their wives enjoyed a cash, handcrafted childs' rocking. Mrs: Theron Groves and Mrs. Ira writing letters to Mrs. Graham con ''=Jql '
poolside party at the new home of horse, and two turkeys. Starling of Macclenny and Mr.. and cerning E recent visit to our school. I
club president Drew Reddish, and Plans were also made for the Mrs. A.S. Perser of Lake Asbury We invited her to come back soon. '
his Rotary Ann, Ada, in Green Gainesville Deanery Meeting to be These guests were there during the' Lawtey Elementary students are ,. I
Acres, Wednesday evening,'Oct. 3. held in the parish hall on Nov. 8. week. I preparing for their October 27 Halloween
About 70 members and. guests attended At the close of the meeting, Mrs. Carolyn King and two : Carnival. Students are selling
refreshments were served by the' daughters, Stephany and Tiffany, of I raffle tickets, and decorating booths
,f hostesses, Sallye. Scoggins and Ruth Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner? :I for the event. With purchase ofPoulan'
;'Mr. and Mrs. W.T Jackson had Meng. 'guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs,.' .e. .. . I
Sunday evening dinner with Mr. and RENEW Program Begins B.L. Wilkison, Jr. .
Mrs.. 'Morris Jackson on Lake Hutchinson Prior to the opening of RENEW at Mrs, B.L. Wilkison, Sr spent a ,: Community
.. Melrose. They were joined St, Edward's Catholic Church, an all week with her son and daughter-ln-'J!
by Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Cain of Ocala, day prayer vigil was conducted on law, Mr. and Mrs Hubert Wilkison'.F; ..'
formerly of Starke, and Carlsbad, Thursday, Oct. 4. The vigil began of Live Oak. Hubert has been 'InS!t.:', News 3400
New Mexico. with morning Mass offered by the Veteran's Hospital in Lake City for a|$ CountervibeH
Vv) .. .* ,' .' : .. pastor Father Joseph Finlay. week. He came home ''Wednesday,1Oct. >,.1 ,
::Lindsay Thornton spent the Parishioners visited the church 3. v\f: by Elizabeth Walker Counlervibe3400 powerful 3.4
weekend with her grandparents, Mr, throughout the day -praying for ... .. .. '! : phone' 9&I-6SH3 -,. ,. cu. in. i engineSolid
and Mrs.John Thornton;in Jackson- God's blessing on the RENEW program Lunch Menus .. Greater Allen Chapel ._ '. state ignition
ville. in the Diocese. The vigil con- ',.
Church
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:..',. cluded with recitation of the rosary Bradford County Middle School '. :, ..Manual & automatic
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and led by the pastor,. scripture and all elementary schools :' There will be a. one Sunday 'a chain oiling system
readings, reflections,. and benedic NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH 2 'Revival October 14. Services
son, Todd, of Tallahassee, were tion of the Blessed Sacrament. WKKKiMimilut .. I scheduled as follows 1 loo: p m. Rev. Weighs l less tha'i"14, IDS..

weekend. guests of Mrs. W.H. Thomson The first week of RENEW is now Ik'i. IS: Chukmt t Hue, green I '/ Michael Shakespeare of Chicago. will 16", 20"< sprocket-nose bar/ \
tn effect. Groups of from 10 to 15 per fruit' sup,im>klc, hocus nuts. milk.Turrdil3 speak. 13" or 14" reversible bow ;
sons will be meeting in homes of Ck',. |1111: Whaler on. Run;' fnm.li frli. ,. Service at 7 p.m. Evangelist Rev., ., ( I I'I'f
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Mr. and Mrs. W.T, Jackson visited 'uhltuM" luw, .hKculuie pudding. milk ,I L.J. .e accessories available( ,
London of Detroit : '
the Volunteer Army Ammunition parishioners for prayer, scripture :\\rlll. \I.NC'IIIHII.l'1IJtl': :: I, Michigan. ,
plants in Chattanooga, Tenn.;and in reading' and discussion. \\'... m-iHliit ChtfuwSllx., M.MavnlniTnwHl II: Mnralhim,. Spuxhelll Sulurt, Rlue' ,will preach. The public is invited. And now you can really split the cost'of splitting!

Childersburg, Ala. last Wednesdayto On' Sunday, Oct. 14, parishioners bun Fruit(nmiif. Huiivy/Oiilmclil/Haixui. CiHikct-, I. Dell Chapter 168 OES. wood, because, your Poulan dealer will sell you the powerful
invited barbecue dinner in
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Saturday and also Visited MJr. Hniivy <)
General and Mrs. Ivan Smith in celebration of the opening of the .ili.... mi. IN: HanihurKiT gravy mlwhedI.dntruw ,.,! The monthly meeting of Dell 3400 18" bar saw at a special pre-season price, and
Childersburg. RENEW Program. ( hulliTcd green |pas, |H-ar lullh..1 ''I Chapter will be held Oct. 25, 1984, give you, FREE, a $49.95 Collins Axe-Eye Splitting Maul
. .. r.ill milk. .
Thursday instead Oct. 11, as the
l-rliluv. lit' I': TKACHEH PI.ANNINU nAY". : Kit with 8# maul, 5# wedge and safety goggles. '
?Mrs. Dorothy Cooseman and Mrs Did :You Know........... I regular monthly night. Please
Laura Beasley of Pittsburg, Kas Mr..' and Mrs. Edward N. Watts, Bradford Count)' HltJh SehcH11 l lMiinilut.Otl. ,cooperate for success. This offer Is good. only while supplies last, so'hurry

and Mrs. Mary Overman of Eugene,, formerly of Sarasota, who have : n Plea. fr"h ales. lC..rll/I."I"d' Iit '5.
Ore,, were guests the past weeIcp...r;eOtIpnvfdin4gtheirnewhome' ::,'vi-lli'w rm.Utt!' Baku w/fru"'I'Ie'" '", milk, t Local Young Man :' .. :.. .\ .: t ,,,<
>.i. i Ise ('hi i. iriukiTH cuhhulC..luw { $
and Mrs. Leo Champion d'4i' t\l ", ; Faahior Co est '' : ( 999Q' ..... .. ..
were Ivy luiKm flnimmim roll, milk H ... nter .. >i ? ,T.tiir, \fj \ ", }' : ,
?l....'......1!'Iy J.IIJ"'IliIIf! .iUl.JJ tI1IU 1141.,weekend..ll iiJs,S t,4Mtrisc.i" '8nd'-MM-"IIIJ'1.IC.'OI..l.M..fSI.. Ikt.l17. Miiruihim : 1N'rrbrr.dav ,"-.6.1 r .
daughter4ifllaY9r.'MR!Mr."Bruce SpuKlMilli Melvin Perkins, son of Mrs/ .,, f' 'j'
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resident at mniH hi-ifH'MIx Mamlm' TiMiuxISalnct,fll"" ; .. .( Value $409 99
Cocciardi, a Ivey and children
Gordon .
and boil Fran(liiiltfK, IIIIIIe/Un'm""I/RuI' iHlniHikitKiilior -.> 1 Eveland Hankerson and Dan'Hankerson
Whispering Pines Care Center, was Alison, in Clearwater, The Iveys are HnllH, TIC MIlk, J Jr. of Starke, and 1979 Available at participating Poulan Chainsaw dealers
surprised at a birthdayluncheon former Thiir ilut. (kl. IN: Biirht-tuv Dun -d'earn
pleasantly Kingsley! IxMiilifs;bui"it-rat'nit'hmiuurt-H, milk .
.given for her on her 86th Florida Pest Control ,
Stark
Power
]Ebony Fashions for the amateur ,
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birthday last ;Friday atWestern: Virginia Darby, Maggie Miller modeling contest !held jn Tampa 539 E. Call St., Starke, 322 S. Walnut ,
Steer ,Steakhouse give I\' ,by15 'Lou Struth and Millie Haynes spents ALACARTEM.imlm :Gainesville and Jacksonville in July, '
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friends,." < : \ ', -..,:, ,,Tuesday to Friday at Horse August and September. The fashion
Hi a. t liiimhurKiTH. fries. '
french '
t'-'y $' *; 'i\'H, Shoe.v Inc.Bo 888 Tifton.Q*31794 CnlMSlJt 38 .
':> inilkshaktii contest will also be held in ) ?1Me
H.L. Chancy and daughietMrs.John ; ." j 1 Clothing Although Bwry' dealer. has.... previously now"ed ol thif> oH, torn*indivitftml' deAlent' may
duKrtilch fries ..__ ...
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mlkshakes'plela' Mlanta in November at which M not h..t"'ed >call
last Friday and j lid partcipalt Oft you ft o ((913))362: 1396 for
Greene, spent Bridge Clubwinners :rhrt'aeburgers.Wrrtne.iluY Melvin will ....'.01 sourced99.. Wi gu.'equ'' '.Mock at Mwattod pace I
his in Wacissa Duplicate .ftdmburgeF., frtnthinilkHluikiH. /rirs. enter.
Saturday at farm! '
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'- ',;, Oct.2; werefirst Lucile Green and. .I' |pirro.rhur.dayilhlkhakee.6lreneh I

Mr. and Mrs. Guy:' Andrews,''. Griffin Margie and Thomson Ida Shaw; second third-- Cecelia Evelyn i' ,. ,: .I ; "'.)'' frees. pigsirhevseburgem !
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returned last week from six weeks in f'rbIN'rtt'IIV.K FI.VNMV! JA%.
their summer home in Boone, N.C. Terwillegar and ,Lillian Daniel;. .-K.ii: ,h day siudrnls hula a t hnk.e nf l>1.1A: Plate, I
1, fourth Mr. and Mrs: Jack Burnette. I I I.inn h nr Salad Hiir : : NOTICE OF PUBLIC, HEARING

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Notice is hereby given that the'City of'lawtey City: Council will"hold the
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Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)'Program.

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.:: GOES LONG WAY '''The purpose of this public notice, and first: public' .hearing is' to inform and I

.' '. make information available to the public, that ((1)) the City may apply for up '(to

$500,000 of the CDBG Fiscal Year 1984 grant funds(2)( ) the range of activities

;: Let'sTalk Long DistanceJSharea .:; that| may be undertaken with' CDBG funds' for housing and neighborhoodand

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commercial revitalization improvements include those l Community!
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S iir,\, \ Community Development Act of 1974 amended and in regulations
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'v" you haven't seers or talked to for [ t' Jy ; .! .... -.
,too long.Just pick up the; phone',, t.= ,r ''h I .''s I "', (IW*' regarding the federal CDBG Program contained :in :24 CFRt Sections, 570.200
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longer a factor And time:'* 'i S .ac if...' \t through 570.206 such as rehabilitation of,houses''in :a target area, demolitionof

"''just upon.v something. "to catch...;. l'", fhf i :'hi 1 '\ $ St dilapidated housing and relocqtion: of residents, weatherization 'and

With long distance: ?, I 1qi .. I.-s > energy-efficient improvements, code enforcement, land assembly, or site I
the I II
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.'" word :friel'l lship.VOU:, Cart preparation' for !new construction, improvements to deteriorating infrastructure
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",'bring who really some matters to someone:"a ,',\' 1":" : ( provision of,basic services (such ,as' roads, water, sewer,, and, drainage I

.facilities: ), the rehabilitation, of, neighborhood facilities that provide ,com

N C,"i'i munity services for target area residents, theconstruction; of'facilities for the!

,11) N t 4 '1t handicapped, and :downtown or'neighborhood. commercial redevelopment? ; :,

;, ", '((3))) at least $255,000 or fifty-one percent ((51 %') of the requested CDBG funds!

I 5. ,.; ,. I' .(:!,IJ,YyfS. ;," writ(f be used to benefit lowand mod rate- 'inqome; persons; ((4)) :)the City!

,.,., ': "' ', :, S ,73 > IJiott. Plans to minimize displacement, persons asa result of planned CDBG activities 1

t' ? 4 i !! ; and ((5)) if any persons' are displaced as 'result of.planned CDBG acJivhies -|

:""". ;, J.'ti'' "," ; ,the City plans ,assist displaced persons. : SS !

.'.r" ..,.,, nJ'...;:.6 ': l This. firstpublic' hearing will be held on Monday, October, 22; 1984 at 7:30:

"t In the' Council Room Jocated of lawtey'City. Hall !
( : P.rn: .' City Meeting ; City >

Citizens encouraged to 'attend their public hearing and express their .

,, .. + iews1' concerning the community development ,needs of the,City to' provide* ", .

i ... '. J.'. &basis'for the preparation of the City's proposed Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG''Ap-;

t' dication.. Any citizen who desires'additional', i, !information 'of*' would? )like( to .,\" ,
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j. Nlee-mantb-0Id Amber Leigh Fanlk. daughter of Carlton and Teen gt 1
Faulk.gets In the mood for Halloween and Thanksgiving this Fall on a pallet '
of pumpkins front of Amber's grandparent's. store Norman's Produce. v4 "
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The Bradford County Commission
..'"; Monday;Oct. 1,approved zoning re-
quests to allow DuPont to expand .
mining operations near Lawtey and IEE!
rb a 29-acre planned unit development v. .''
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i. Ben Moxley representing the Du ..,,
Pont Company asked for (:
, reclassification of 330 acres from I
RSf, residential and
k single family
RSF-MH. single family residential With One Filled ''Card. :
but allowing mobile homes nor-
theast of Lawtey to exclusive (40 Bonus Certificates) ,
:' agriculture to permit mining. Mox .
) ley said the company expects to. Start 3-Plece Set Includes: Dinner Plate .' .
,.; mine the land for titanium dioxide,a your Cup Saucer ,.
pigment in paint,within five years. } new coRsci/on PRICES 4 COUPONS EFFECTIVE
The county recently enacted a conservation today' I Build" a THURS, OCT. 11 THRU WED.OCT. .

t usage of environmentally law prohibiting improper sensitive :' complete service 17.1964.WEREDEEMFEDSW.FOOD STAMPS. GROCERY! _'

areas. Since, the DuPont Company, ;; for eight, twelve '
: apparently fearing inclusion of some '
,.: of Its lands In the conservation area, \c' ormorew/lh .
,,, has mining.been having it reclassified for. our plan U.S.DA. GRADE A Punch .:

Developer Jack Courtnay received "
ed approval for a subdivision of 29 ,r. Fryer Detergent :
'" acres near Keystone Club Estates. .
:\ Entrance to the proposed PUD Iw' (
through Keystone Club Estates, not Prurnsticks. '
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s Courtnay said he will build to 99 ,
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'i order as the units are needed planning BOX d.''f ,
to construct duplexes and other
.r multi-family units. 6.g' UMfT-1 WITH A$1000 OR MORE FOOD ORDER 1r '
+, The third zoning matter by the \ 5LBAVG.
,I i. county commission also upheld the PKG. LB KMXE ..p ,
zoning board's recommendation in "
is the request of Edna Trainor. .She ; LEANS: MEATYFresh Mahatma YeMow Rtee...,...211.0 ;. ::.,
+ asked that mobile homes be allowed 'I' .
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l on eight lots on Crosby Lake Shores. ... ,) Pork '
Zoning Director,L.M..Gaines said .4 1 r . ., .2 1 t ,.8.: XQ

'?,',+,,''', because the request other was mobile not homes l.pot.IWnq-alreadywere .. .,"._. .,...., Spare ''Ribs"D 139 avos{ tr1 MlIIIT.-AN.C.OfI uor L mt"i1tfoloW ,,'iJo*' .

present in the area.
MU9TABO.TWHf OH OOUANO f." :,'" '1.41 ,
LAND O'' FROST
i iIR OlD TOWN PUN!PORK Bnls. 'Smoked Sunshfn Greens ., . nca '.38 .
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RoIISausago. .u .99 "
lUUkATDPCHOm Turkey $139 :. ,r1,"? 'r1{
I Bnls. Slricln Up Steaks.12.49 ShenandoahApple
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I West Virginia Bacon. ,.= 3.49 Juice '.' 'r R i'
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SandwichSteaks .1321.99: S.CiTIR : '
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; The silkworm spins a thr..dr MCKOKY SMOXIO VAC MC $969 :.. '>...' '
12,000 times at long a* his
e': body. Theta comparable to Iianm SlIces .., u2.69 Btu cHUQI. $11'S .. "..,"1:.,1
a tix-foot tall man spinning PUNlII&P 5 FA&M.V 64OZKeroiy 'd...' .
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t:. a thread 15 mils long. v.K oa. Brand surf Burgers, US 4.99. 8IZI!.f'IG. AU.VANOEI ;1'1'erwrx ,."..

t': Smoked Ham Porjcna u.S9 MARKET STYLE, Pan Dog Food ,.4. '1.OO .. :t-\;\

awearua QAltIMOKDJOfI caw..0tIIII: I"t... t."w. I'. '
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SEHpKa .JuIce : : ;"' 1. ;
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Ground MORE'fJai9 ; :I.t.\'I: ,;
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your OR r '" ...., '!'"'';'114 '
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U, HOME STYLE Qq CfMXJIfY GIIADEN :.f
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IN STORE DELI/BAKERY' ': : '/';' :"T" .,' : :
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full Hormel HALF POUND OK nBMCH OMON i .
{, value replacement feature SPICED Soc Crw wn .I' .79: .:; ,, ",
t' will pay the full uxo AMOICMI jpNoua ,I ': "' '.:-i;,'f. QY .
cost to rebuild Itattoday's Luncheon<< 99''r. Borden Owe** Food 32 2.59KMfT : "
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limits. "P' ;;: '
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.Rite protection for :.Dutch Loaf. ...,.)f. wii, ,,1.2 : ,

your peace home of mind.-and your Ar .atoSated .. ..;; : ..., 100'h O $ .. 9' .PaD3.Pride': 11<;.
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J. ,\ ,',. ,'1"";" '.' \ Bids:
Insurance GoU Commission Wonts,
'rim' Medical .
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; :,'.,d,. },'.!!! '.''I, : ,"" !'J "i'i.. ,j" ''t" Facing a 13.' percent rate hiker '.for the past several years. But moa, by Commissioner Lawrence Mosteyi' :' ,?':,;?: ,', :oming in employee medical In insurance salesmen have told the 'seconded by Commissioner E.L. assigned to Bradford County will
,1'/ .; surance, Bradford County conuniaisloners commissioners in recent years they (Nook) Norman. have an office In the courthouse and
'" decided Monday Oct. 1, togo won't bid because the county lacks that Judge Green teaks forward to
out for bids. three-year track record with one In other action Monday Oct. 1,the working with the board. Judge
... Word baa been received from: Life company. Insurance salesmen say commission: Green added be baa name Ideates
Investors Insurance Co. that county ,their companies don't want to Insure save the county money and would
;' FISH BIRDS DE01 HEADS TANNMfcUALL.. AVALS'QPEH employee medical Insurance ,a group that may be with them on!) Was notified by the Division of like to discus that with the cotnnvvntosloners ,
-- premiums up from to one or two years, that a longer Forestry that the Seaboard In the near future.
ulUme 6ilebt62I .on AO ..1$28 I ",,81 per month effective Ni v 1. period Is needed to get a realistic experience -, Coastline Railroad north of Starts.
,;,.r I Coverage for dependents of an : rating or" so that one bae a hazardous burn area.< Was introduced to Ma. Jane
..0 employeewUllouplroml0per'fo ,year won't leave a company with a Shea public Information officer for
.. ( /axutorrft. + month to $114.20 a 15.2 percent In. ,loss,or" without a chance to make ur Again told Strawberry Acres the Suwannee River Authority who
iT i crease. The total family package' a loss. resident D.H. Castleberry the coney visited the Oct.I meeting with MM.
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"' the total of the employee and depen At present the county has slightly ty will not grade an exit through the Cecelia TerwUtegar former board
.. Attar 9 Men.-FiL, dent premiums, will go,from$180.21 .over two years of experience with woods from the subdivision unless member of the authority. Ma. Shea
Rssfr. /us '4IP... .s' at present $183.01.. ,, (Life Investors, represented In the property can be purchased at a offered the authority' assistance to'
,Day -.. A ., The, county pays the,employee's .Starke by George Roberts Insurance reasonable figure Commissioners the county telling commissioners
insurance. The employee Is tCo.The have been unable to contact the property the authority gives 3-1 matching
8 Mites West JOE LAZOJ3Yon sible for covering his eJ f hefty Increases 'again this owner Hodges said. funds for recreation purposes to the
Commissioners ,have !' the,commission to I county in UM Suwannee River. Basin,
LaWtey S.R. 125''' ask on a
a PI!. 431-1050 the increases In medical Insurance1 forbids 5-0 vote of a motion Was told by Circuit Judge R.A. including Bradford.

Gave zoning director L.M.
I Gaines permission to negotiate on

Dessert Dishes And Bread &; Butter : the price of a new phone system for
Our Bonus Certificate Plan Is the courthouse. Cairns! said be has a

Plates At Reduced Prices: To Complete EasyAs 1,2,3. '5a'p: p :: ', 93.823 a little: bid high.from ConTel he consider

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Your Place Setting : ',, I': Was told by Director Gaines that
Container Corp; has agreed to a
Matching Accessories Also Available..;') 1.SHOP ,\ 25-year lease, for property at
Cypress Run where the county
These matching accessories are also available to complete With us every week. This exclusive offer is:only.onepf the many,,. ',1.' want to build a boat ramp with
your collection.,Each acceSOl'Ypiece is available throughout' :,:" ,11r.r' '' values you'll find In our store...'',,': "'," ';" ''*-',::1' ,'. state,funds. The county Is having

the entire program with no purchase requirement. '. ,U,:':: \', '::, l' '{"', '(, plans drawn for a basin to' be dug in
,which to launch boats.
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: The Bonus' Certificates you'll!! receive every time you purchase $5.00 in HamptonHilites

1 groceries (you'll get two certificates',with each $10.00 purchase?; three ,

I with $15.00 etc.). Use our convenient folder to collect your certificates. '


'3.COLLECT "1,

.by Dolores Meng \ :.-

Your-pc. place setting when you redeem your Bonus Certificate card*, phone 4U-1M3, ..,.. ,

a FREE place setting with 40 certificates only $2.49 with 30 certificates, Hampton. School News... .

$4.99 with 20 certificates, $7.49 with 10 certificates. Or if you prefer, ,PTA Meeting .

purchase the'3pc.. place setting for $9.97 with no Bonus Certificates. Judy Archey, president, presidedat

'. And don't forget, dessert dishes ,and bread & butter plates are only 89c the PTA meeting held In the
each.. school Thursday night Oct /" Bill
GROCERY --W I Sanford named elec
: ,:;, :;. during this was meeting.The presidept. ,

,I School Safety, Patrol program
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.was discussed '
Franks Plana for the annual' Halloween

Golden Carnival, scheduled for Saturday.
SodasALL Rij' S ,11ttBananas" 'Oct. 27rwere. announced by the

chairpersons,Sallye Scoggins and
FLAVORS .... Debbie Broome. '
The Carnival will begin with the
parade leaving the Hampton City '
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,, ', II Hall at 5 p.m., and proceed to the
:691 school where judging will be held.
TWO LB The poster contest being carried

LITER out by students will be judged on Friday -
Oct. 12. *
WASHINGTON STATE 'J', Tickets for the student raffle will
JUNE BOY EXTRA FANCYBartlett FRESH be on sale for 25 cents on Mondays

Hamburger Dill, Chips ..f aoz .80 GreenCukes Wednesdays, and ,Fridays beginning ..
'; ,. Oct. 15. Prizes are an AM/FM "
'zion_ 59" 5/$1 cassette stereo radio a pocket radio. ,
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Success s'sscoi,1' 1.49 and a headphone ralhea '. tv: ,+;,,j;] ,
w" r.i ('Y. ,p ear &:r" .. ;.: '
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y 1 *,.. ; -Tbeadultraff1e.Ucketa..O sale I>> -
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+a. wr FAES' ;, ; ''' : shopping spree at Winn Dixie. with
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JIFFY Green' / : 2 Volunteers are needed to build
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Com Muffin Mix . '. 4 Uaz, 1.OO 1'4reSh 5'9 <: booths and to man'them the night of

UJ Ll.O the Carnival.
Cabbage
Kindergartners will be served free
Quaker popcorn Djr the PTA this Friday
since they won the room count.
I Refreshments of ,,,
Quick Grits FRESH s. FRESH and brownies were furnished by the
: 7th graders. Serving was done by '
CelloCAoW Yellow 3 Allison,Archey and Cheryl Thomas.
N4 9' 69 School
$129a&i I Safety Patrol
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nl Tomatoes OnIons LBBAG Sixth and seventh grade students
began the Safety Patrol Program on "
'r,.4 5 LBS. the school grounds Monday Oct. 8. \
Those chosen to serve at this time on
NATURAL noWise '- .. .. the basis of academic achievementand

Potato Chips .. good citizenship were Allison "
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-. UQZ Archey Cheryl Thomas,Angie Mit. '
unu*Rea,BACON'AND sow CRCAH chell,, Wyatt Collins'Tommy Con
lOUR CflEAM AND ONION OH B/WaOUK dome and Melissa Byrd. Beside promoting
Frito Lay Potato Chips ., ..09ORA FROZEN: HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS safety, the Patrol raises and
(7G:, lowers the American ,
flag daily. a
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'!:CHERRY,lJ9AC1rMpl.OMANQC OR FRUT PUNCH the efforts of Mrs. VickieCrews '
,Pantry> Pride Drink Mix( *oz1.29 Morton 802.FROZEN. closeUpPot patrollers are identified,
Toothpaste 99 by their orange belts shoulder banners
Pies
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IBS :/ and patches. These useful articles i
cH n lfaEr, 3/$109 70.OFF '
i 'Champ Dog Food ,, ,'.'-..,. :.3.69 WB Ef Gainesville were AAA donated Club. by the

: Pepspdent YOUR CHOICE' Keith TeUtone. school coach and
Creamettes'Spaghetti Adult Science teacher- Is assisting in
j MortonEntrees 32-OZ FROZ N' 'supervising. the Safety Patrol.
Toothbrushes ,
2/$1 Super P.E.Students
s ror $69 SOFT MEDIUM OH woo. Those named Super P.E. Students 'i
MUSSiROcM. nv for the week, Oct. 1 to 9, are; Lisa ,
Elbow 'MacaronisL WITH OR If McClellan James .r
: SALJSaURY STEAK 15-0Z *; Rhoden. DerrIck" '
Ivory
i Jenkins. Andy Hall Chris Van-
Shampoo or $ Syckel Crystal Curtis Melissa Byrd .., ''
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69* Jeno's 1o.30.Z Conditioner"AIsP J99, and- Angie Mitchell, > ;\. .'

I" \::. !If TASTY t NORMAL DRV OR OILY Farm Bureau .' to.' .' ,"

If PKG.: Pizza *' 7OZ : recommendations ; .?, 'e

-, & : COMBO CANADIAN,PEPfERONt BACON. 99FROZEN; EdgeShave for Initiative' stand ';'\

WINE: BEER; I'fAM IJRGER Cream $169'OR I Sixty-four county: Farm Bureau .:
EXTRA,RED OONOmONINq ( t'/
presidents met recently to discuss
d CMABUS,PMM CHABUS,MHNM OR MOM ORSPEOAL and make recommendations
on the
i /Carlo FkMseI WM '.. .. .t,. 8.99; Pantry Pride 20OZ FROZEN economic environmental. '1
1 HEARTY BURGUNDY, / .BLANC..RED ROSS regulatory and legislative stands the J

.PINK Gallo CHABUS Wtfte 0(*KHINK.,. .1.'a . ,,-.t.n, t3.88' Shoestring Potatoes 69.F= :/99 will state's take agricultural In 1989. communities;,? ('!';'.:' : ,, ,"!"'j
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1 "This meeting demonstrates :i,'* ''rtl 1; "i !b
I.:: t: '-" "" Farm Bureau's grassroots ,t1' .n' i +:> I'
''' I', Coors : .' I I'iy' said :
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: o proach government i:r' ,
I c': f. ( Beer Carl B. Loop Jr./ ., I s: ,
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1;>, '": i j" ; I I'f policy development 'process." explained '.' ,' ,
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\ NAME THE WINNING
''I RULES; OF THE GAME ,, 1 ':' TEAMS EACH WEEK ANDwore 0

3)) In cow of ties, we will us* the total point scored In the Bradford High School
I i Anyone except TELEGRAPH employ! and their Immediate fomlllel are game each week (except the Tornadoes open week)a*a tiebreaker. Pleas fill
welcome but there Iso limit of on. entry person each week. 11
to enter per
ih the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent com
2)) The entry mutt be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and must be drop blned 'In the tiebreaker blank. For instance If the scar In the Tornado game
ped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all was Tornadoes 19 Opponents 7, the correct score was 26 points.
i the blank with either the name of th. team think will win or "lie" .If you .
: you
4))All decisions of the Judges or. final. A second tiebreaker will be used if $25.l..IL
1 think the game will end In a tie. The person who pick the mol game right will necestary.
'1'j win the prlxe.
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4 fi?i11::1 i [ "Friendly"TERWILLEGAR nuwa.UM.Mb.MS*** .M444T..,. STARKE RADIATOR .

UlltlttJar; hvtof. ...*,*. M4-71M
MOTORSl .....I.I &fM.Ir.m1 & AUTOMATIC TRANS.

\ REALTY rrLK*- ; mes 4SM2CSOM74M \ SERVICE964681C,
\l i 206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke. Florida Y -- leftover .
...... M4411IC !
i See The Professionals: r 964-7770 ETMBBf. I....... t1s411a Corner of $R,16 A US, 301

d Clyde Byron Jim Tom Bill 5 C LM 205 N.Temple,Starke pant. ..,.a n...s... Ta3.7nErTERWLLEGAR t1t411M We Do General Automotive Reoairs

; I \ Georgia' vs Mississippi' UF vs Tennessee ".JwM.... ranzt New York Giants *t Atl.....
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Custom Uniforms Wilder Selection New York Jets-el Cleveland
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I Tiffin and Owens '
t ldl ''d SPORTS CHARLIE SCHRAMM
Realtor, Inc. .' President
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If we can't sell your home, we will buy it. CENTER
I j J 221 W. Lafayette Street, Starke, FL 32091 u Q

Office ((904)) 964-5065 107 E. Edwards Rd. ((904)) A Telephone ((904))964-7500
964-7434 CHEVY-OLDS Gainesville ((904))3720103Settles
a houses!I uu vs Vond.rl.lrf Starke, FL Ctilccioo rt St. Louis'


S & W Mufflers & Automotive Repairs
VIC'S BASS & BUCK
<< 301 North Starke, FL '
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Owner David) Tu.n) Hardware
.. SPORTING GOODS 964-5677 nn.owAa stones

t j North 301 -Starke Fl I
: .FfttlEliMlM ....Oiy SenriciCincinnati and Garden Center '

I All Hunting & Fishing ae1s1vstkaa >

Accessories Available ,.. New England Hwy 301 S., Starke, FL 964-4542

Bus: 964-4461 FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE BRING YOUR AUTOMOBILE *, Plumbing, Electriol) Tools Building Supplies
VICTOR GHIFF1S Miami FL vs Cincinnati HOME:164-6121 TO THE PROFESSIONALS AT S W MUFFLERS. Live Plants Artificial Arrangements


l Forsyth Plumbing CUBBEDGESRemodeling Money to Loan
t for Home Improvements
If you are building a new home, let us quote your plumbingl) & CabinetS
You will save MONEY Florida National Bank

Professional Plumber Speciabtaig: OD Indianapolis Philadelphia of Starke
Residential e Commercial e Wel Pumps e Septic Tanks l I
1209 N. Temple Avenue Starke
Penn St. vs Alabomo' New ktstabtlon & Repairs 105 W. Jefferson St. -Starke

: 64-5261 Cal ell Kety or Bury ADOmONS 964-4673 ROORNG fCo San Diego et Kansas City 9647050


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CUSTOM BUILT Hame .
I Jeannies 777 Shoes OM 3.1/17 (g04)< )473-4185 ..!
(104)) TEAL TILE
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A I ALL ONE PRICE a ss : & CARPET .


7) /'{r Located in .. ,

J Pantry Pride Shopping Center Mfg. By "' IJ 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida
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1 Ward Components, Inc.. If 9647423Temp.

Oklahoma St. ". Kansas RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 5, 5
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2 Ml. North of Keytton*'Hgtt.on Hwy. #21 Bay' Detroit ,.1 _

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"" YOUR'COFV3PLETEJACKSON .IA..I\U "11 1f1I < '( t!* '*4dW Ord (+ J'Rdd"Mk4M r" "TNAYES""EIECTRKIill :' : +. :' '''' ''
Funeral HomeJones .
: [.J.Y I =I : 'J., I:"'" : i i ::j :.
AND AIR CONOmONING

BUILDING SUPPLYLake Convalescent Services mJ Ill 0I1WlliJ "CAN HANDLE ALL YOUR WIRING NEEDS" '
473-3176 Keystone Hgts q IIInDnl" "IIII il: '
Butler Starke Keystone Hgts. a vffele. et....... '
S.W. 6th Ave. US 301 South Jct SR 21 & 100 964-6200 Starke
24 Hour ServiceRESDENTML Service Cab
496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 964 8744
Nebraska. vs Missouri Los Angeles. Rams at New Orleans. COMMEROALStarke
355 N. Temple Heat Pump Specialist ,


I STUMP'SDepartment Lytetest Winner Harold this Jackson Week: Starke Motor Parts Co., inc.


the 84 entrants in the Telegraph con 155 W. Brownlee SI.
Store this week, Harold Jackson was top
.., Bradford Square Starke winner, with just four misses out of 28 964.6060
selections...Congratulations. !
964-5423 ABgator Creek Ranch Inc. '. .
) Delias at Washington '
avu ". WyomingFSU Atkinson's Home Health Care ,
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Century 21 ''tr I:'cChub's '

l Sports Center i.. ".

:vs Corbetfs Tires A Service ,yt Alligator Creek Ranch Inc.

AuburnCORBETT'S ." t." .. ,
Cubbedges Remodelng A Cabinet Shop y.ffi;: :

TIRES & SERVICE Denmark Furniture of Starke II rl'.,5'1!';i4", Hwy 301 South Starke

402 N. Temple Starke Forsyth. Plumbing ,!l lWlJK,tIi\,
964-6436 4'awn':
Florida National Bank of Starke ,/ Minnesota
,' : M las Angeles MenThe ,
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v''' Hayes Ekc>tie & Air Conditioning p ;Ir.

Jackson Building Supply ':U :. I .. ,
DENMARK FURNITURE ,
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Jeannies 777 Shoes WU'IIII'i'' :;))11I, '.
OF STARKE Office Shop ,'.
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'" Jones Funeral Home'_. '! :

f 434 W. Call Street. Starke Lake ChevyQlds''" JJJgPftr.'' > 110 W Call Street, Sf rke' .

fi t 964-5827 Norman's Farm Produce: 7f1t!t IUi: ;', ',: .. 964-5764, N t

t I. !jQ'1VIJ.: '".; ',I..'. art' '; ,
Office ,,\Ikf.! : ,
Washington vs Stanford Shop .
Pittsburgh. at Sen f randsc*. ,r
,r SAW Mufflers A.Automotive Repairs 1&i t' l-: ,A-t". r'

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5 5 5
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Settles TnieValue Hardware ; 1[; 4Horman's
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Atkinson'sHome ,
.f Skyfeto Horn*,CenterStarke 'lMfI" 'Mt.". ,,,.. ...; _e,:. ,.....1.,;kte 'JO e." i
1T.D A''. I' ''' ..... \ 1 ; Farm Produce
Health 1I' 'I" \. .. '
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Care Motor farts Co.. I ice lllllWJl(1IIIJti.ril ';;'II'. ;": : .;:: ijjUII i\ .: .

: 1 150-A W.. Call Street Starke f111.f'i Starke Radiator A Automatic Trans. Sve.- :"" i1"I..w.'f i> .',\ L'4\' \"' ,; ," &-:Seafood Market ,

g64-4439'. Stumps Oepartment Store '.,',:.,.,',''Jt.i':
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t i TirwHhoar, Motors ,'.--_'_f.I1fIIIlI":!..r .{yo#. ;r'oj')" .I,.. ,- a., \ t..;4lei.. ml HcwtkemeCentury 5 ,k, .'':"':' :

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Best, Prices in Bradford County, Sporting Goods ,.,1 '1 "

)1 Liberty .; Skyfcia Scott .. Catrfna ,Ward's tampenenq'fn. : :'.,\ ;\: r{ I !." t. I" .. ".,,:Properties;,' Inc. c REALTOR,i \', ::',.
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oil to conform to plan?as* Agricultural'; .pubil :r h'i-i: b f a r.rt' "" T:1.1'I ..... : !" (:\r I, "'' .. ,-- .''f. .

specifications ol 'retorted to''CI, >., I regular meeting held at \ \ .,& ( PUBLIC NOTICE
JACK M. COURTNAY American Petroleum Institute designated Cornm ; 700; P.M. In the Council : -..;.. .. tC f
hat mad. application to fuel oil must not the of PERCY Room of Stark. City Hall .- I .
property ;
"I" 1._._. .... t STARKE ZONING PLANNING BOARD hat mad application
the Bradford County Zoning hove higher sulphur content WHITE, described Stark, Florida, on Tuesday ",-
.. It ,_ : to the Stork Zoning and Planning Board for ecla..lflcatlonI
Board for than 8X by weight. follows: located thr October 30 1984, ( lOt. .... r15IS 1 r
F-B.
--- of the property described below from RIC.4O R-IO, Thlt
recloislflcatlan of the'prop.rty The cetarte number must miles. South of Stark and make a recommendation 1 pre-
L f I posed clastlllcvtksn It residential. clesslf' lection the will
b minimum of 45. All of to the Board of I" ,
described a East side Hwy. "II + ;
below from / County Commissionersand ]0)) ,fTI') ., .. '.,. : t allow mobile homes er conventional hawses en 7.aoo< Sq. ft.
RSP 180'xl25' Of ) .1
to RMF: bid must b. bated out-" .
prices
>:;., .. I "- t Th*proposed ere. It South at Ac 9ilnt Street West .l
located on. mil. Southon on Jacksonville Terminal 4838-00600 In Section the Board will Consider \ "' ... wr. "''' I ', r.: u Orng
Monday, ,,f' L Street, North ol Pratt Stress, and' West l Myrtle Street, The
5... 43rd St. from Rd. price plus freight, las Township 7, South, on .."J' ; r' I
21 0, 5.74 acr. out of : contract allowance. 22 East a shop to November 5, 1984 at the ,K. \ ', I, ''I property lies In Section. 29, Township 6 South,1tng 22 lest

Parcel MI9-OQOOB In Section The sold Board of Bond bish and resale of Commissioners Room of .", :pfl\ ; : .- .-i "1'i7" 11 I' end It shown on the,are* man fcelow.

24, Township 6. Trustees reserves the trailer the Bradford County ).It'" ; .., :] t cla..lflcatlon'
South, Rang 22 East, ten right to accept or reject' You are further Courthouse, Stark, \ ,".. ." .4-- ... fLe : This change In It subject| to a public hearing to
loss out of Indian Lake. 'any or all bids. NOTICE that a copy Florida: at 10:00: A.M. an : '-;' ; .' /J t...... ., :, I I I be held on Thursday,. October 25. 1984 at 7:00: P.M.. In the

Woods for dupl.x. and 'Th* effective dot told proposed Ordinance relating tot: ," ., ..... ,,!- Council Room..in 'Pi, Stark. City Hall on:, Thompson Street,

trlpl..... shall be on acceptance ol DINANCe Is available The rezoning of tile ,,,,.;1 Ii' -_- '. .... f 1 'I Stark:'Florida. At this time all persons Interested shall be
This change In the bid. your Inspection at the following described property '.. .. '"!I.. \ t "I J 1 heard for or against the proposal at specified/ In the Zoning
classification I Is subd.| Board of Bond Trustees fice of the Director' and amending the "IT t.. ..... ._ : Cad of the City of Stark, Florida.

to a public hearing to beheld Of The City of Zoning and Planning, Comprehensive Land r.-- .. -t. .,.:=.;-. .1...i I Walter Westeott, Chairman
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on Tuesday, October $Stork, Florida ty' Hall Use Plan to provide that 'I I .r
30 19S4 at 7:00 By: Nell L. Tucker Street Stork! Florida.Each land currently zoned RSF "' M..'....._ rev 1w 1 icy "i I I t Stark Zoning S Planning Board
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P.M.. 'In the Council City Clerk and .yery and designated by the 1r: [ I. --l-l.I" : Itchg 10/11
Room of the Stark. City Itchg 10/11 plan as Rural Residential "' ait. .' ", : Il I
having ony *
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b rezoned CG ; .1",,
Hair on Thompson Street, whatever In.the to ::.::: .. --. '

In Starke, Florida. At this m.nt of this and designated General ._, >!:. fr. 'P, ere .. per.rs -"rr INc.' ,. ry_ "' ... .e.1. .! .
Commercial, the .. _..._ _._
'time'' all persons Interested ORDINANCE should property ----.T.-vr-- ---- ------ *
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shall b. heard .CAU, FOR BIOS pear and be heard at of JACK COURTNAY, ,' ,' ,4',' :' : .. .. Ic. .
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for or against the proposal time and place pre described a. follows: .*-r'.1' i
as specified In tile Sealed bid. will b* ed. I 2.72 acres located off St. .'
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Zoning Cod. of Bradford received by the City BOARD OF Rd. 21 and North of S.E. j .*,, ..''''"' .' \ ** f"*** Jt fefsM JXTJ .ee.+ k.,1

County.LM. Commission of the City / 43rd lane, out of Lot IS 1.1:

Gaines, Director 'of Stark, Florida, at the COM M'IS Sf 0 N of Geneva Woods, out of '1

Bradford County Zonl"Sl1tchgI011 City Hall In Stark. By G.S. Brown, Parcel 6003-A-01500 In :' 1 '
Florida, until 7:30 p.m. Itchg Section 25, Township 8 ..0'... i

on Tuesday October 16, South, Rang :22 East, to PUBLIC' NOTICE r r .

.T....... 1984..at which time and f I........ us. for general commer '.. '" i v > '':. r
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place all bid. 'received clal. BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSION hat mad application to y "- .-

NOTICE will be publicly opened NOTICE You or. further given the.Bradford County Zoning and Planning Board for j r "
NOTICE that a copy of ,, "
and read aloud the .+
On OP APPLICATION. told OR. reclasslflcatlon of the property described below from EA, \ s n
RAMON H. MERRITT following. : FOR REZONING DINANCE proposed It available for OR. end RSP to CSV. The "CSV" Conservation category In. a r w
has mad Unloaded and '
application to regular 'AND
Inspection at the office eludes one zone district CSV. It It the Intent of 'this district to 'r. n rr e "
the Bradford County Zon gasoline approximately' OF THE your
of rot.cf'.nvlronm.ntally sensitive areas by encouraging that + e "
of the Director .
ing Board for 40,000 gallons total; with LAND USE PLAN r I n
reclassification of the minimum Octane of 87 Zoning and Planning, City such lands b* used for activities which do not Impair their a I r !

prop.rty described Unleadedwith An 'ORDINANCE Hall, Thompson ngturolfunctionssuch; ground water recharge,flood con m"te1"sea. ., c .

below from RSF to RSf. minimum Octane of 89 ding the Street Stark., Florida. trol and pollution abatement. The regulations In this district e n t. e, ,t S e n v NI

MH: Lots 38. 39 6 40 of Regular. Request Land Use Plan Each and every> person are Intended to permit a reasonable use 9f property\ accordance HAMPTON ,. .

Crosby' Lak. Inlet on delivery weekly. Above and Mop by having any Interest with the Comprehensive Plan, while at the tarn time, ; : .

Crosby lake Canal quantities for a twelvemonth County, Florida In whatever In the enactment prevent the creation of renditions which would adversely of. "n f r c ,

Parcel 0762-03800, Section period. dance with the of this proposed fect the natural functions of these areas. The property lies In r ..,

,25, Township o The City; of Stork. ,Government ORDINANCE should ape Sections'33 and 34 of Township 7 South, Rang 22 East and .,

South, Rang 21 East fcr reserves the right to accept prehenslv Planning pear and be heard at the Sections ? :3, ". s6.8.9,10.11; ,, 14. IS. 16, 17.21and22of 1 ,
allow one mobile home. or reject any or all of 1975 at provided time and place prescrib Town. jp'8' South Rang 22 Edit. I pr

This chang In bids. Chapter 143 of ed.BOARD r

classification Is ,subject The effective dote Florida Statutes. OF BRADFORD This change In Classification was heard at a public hearing by %( f

to a public hearing to beheld shall b* Clot.'of accep i COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS the Bradford County Zoning Board on April 24, 1984, and sent j e e ?
on Tuesday October tance. TO: Alt Citizens, I IBradferdCountyCommbslonlnonAGREEMENTwithHudson
on to the Bradford County Commission on May 7, 1984. The
30 1984 at 7:00: CITY. OF STARKE payers, and other By; G.S. Brown Clerk w tt
P.M. In the 'Council ''FLORIDA, : Itchg 10/11 t4 T'
forested 1
person
Pulp A Corp. and Georgia-Pacific Corp. postponed the ,
Room of the Stark City' By:Nell I. Tucker Paper e 1
........ final until NOVEMBER 9, 1984. at 10:00 A.M. In the t .
Hall on Thompson Street, City Clerk You and each of '
Commission Room of the Bradford Courthouse .
In Stark.. Florida. At this) I Itchg 10/11 are hereby and County
NOTICE Stark* Florida. At this time all Interested .. r
time ,all persons I lr- given notice'' In ? persons ,
rested shall be heard ,........ dance with OF APPLICATIONFOR heard Fol''ar. against this proposed reclassification ;'tit'L; I 1 ', si sv

for or i against the proposal Statutes that the REZONING' ""p, '.-. '"' .'" -'' ,,:!' .Itchg 10/11, ",. : (." .."" .,.. ,e
/ the CALL BIDS AND AMENDMENT "I ,. ,V" '' .
as specified In FOR ., / of County Com ; : .
OF THE .: ,'. "
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Zoning Cod. of Bradford stoners of I pt'h
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LAND USE PLAN 't(1\ "' u"'d 'Ti: ,
County. Soled bids will be County Florida ri.r': :

L.M.Gaines, Director received by th. City designated the ,.. .
Bradford County Zoning Commission of the City County Zoning and An ORDINANCE amen ,. i f.::1>. .: I,,:
it uI
Itchg 10/11 of Stork., Florida at the ning Board to ding the Comprehensive .. .,. ...1, '<.,, err '
'Land Use Plan Element
City Hall In Stark; pubUc hearing at -n
......... Florida until 7:30: p.m. regular meeting and Mop by Bradford ';"F'"w'
County, Florida in accordance .... N'S. ''
on Tuesday October 16 7:00: P.M. In the a
NOTICE ,1984, at which time and Room of Stork City with the local

place all bids received Stark, Florida on Government Comprehensive .. y..4o4Map8todfovf.., '
CARL E. HARRIS hoe will be publicly openedand day. October 30. Planning Act

mad. application to the read aloud ors the and make a of 1 1975 as provided for in 'JIMMY RAY MCCLELLAN, feet to the Point of The personal represen- HOFFMAN Husband. ,

Bradford County Zoning'' following: dation' to the Chapter 163 of the' County; ,t rI1a.l" jlCCO,. o: an Incompetent Peti.'41ortPre ':, Beginning continue N .,,1101I.tatl"| .taf |,1'1.. ,.stol*, is' (Yond wgnNatlDEANN ;< ... '
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Board for reclassification Unleaded and regular County Florida Statutes .. c"danc.IOjlth.t.b.Joca: i ( ,x.OQJxTfCYt.dt';Td10 feet II-'kEIT." 't RE f.'H.H.} ''I MARIE _

oft 'jlape: Jlesdfb> ooLGrt.'. t"fJ.:4nFU'ia :' tOOQrlkwlll'\\ #: <>o\t\Jlf.\ _"' '!'.. } III'tI 'G o>i'rl'l ri I.\1r 'u' 'pni''preh.nsly. .y. ....,i.._.AMa"4n--7'r, ./ ,. .1IChiWir..If/ .,. .o'C)" \ ""HOFFMANwife'NOTICE ?
ed. .,... -WII' "1 "I"1i1 M i u iiyVM'trtyUf5KJhJ' : ", I. .*''*\ -on..". :,, "tNAlbClrlsane'T9I' '___. planning F WAYNE E. REEVES, *t ol., I i"89'10"" Eo.Th"435l; 8'"' .->III";;: w' -2030.: ,"tark.;'
..F-Msfl located nln.' Y>" : : I NoveMb.r 5, 1984, at payers, and other Interested of 1973 at pwvlded for 1-7; r Respondent. feet; run thence South Florida/ 32091 The name OF ACTIONTO

miles South ol Stark. on with minimum Octane of Commissioners persons, Chapter* 104? bt; the 00"32'30" East 460 feet; and address of the personal .

the North side of Bedford 89 Regular, Diesel fuel. the Bradford Florida Statutet. NOTICE OF run' thence South representatives : DEANN MARIE HOF

I Lake, apprx, eight (8)) Delivery point )o, b. at' Courthouse, You and each of You f., j. SHERIFF'S SALE ,89440" West 435.6 attorney are ser forth. FMAN State of Col
acres, parcel 5465 In Section your station located: In Florida at 10:00 ore hereby and herewith TO: AllCitizens,; Taxpayers feet to the Point 'of below. orado.

: 12 Township 8 th. City limits bf Stark.. Ordinance relating 1't given notice in occor- And other Interested 'NOTICE IS HEREBY Beginning. All persons having YOU ARE HEREBY

South Rang. 22 East, Said station must main The rezoning of done with Florida persons. GIVEN that I I. Dolph E. All lying and beingsituate claims or demandsagainst NOTIFIED that an action

now on property one tain 24-hour service. City following described Statutes, that the Boardof Reddish, Sheriff of Brad in Bradford Coun the estate ore for Dissolution of Marriage .

house 'and two mobll will pay bill on a monthly perry and amending County Commissioners You and each of You ford County, 'Florida ty, Florida; and required WITHIN THREE and other relief

homes, basis. Records must ,Comprehensive of Bradford or. hereby and herewith under and by virtue of a 2. A 50% undivided MONTHS FROM THE hat been filed against

This chang 'In. be maintained. by the Us. Plan to provide County, Florida, hove given notlce.i.lrv accordance Writ of Execution ownership Interest In DATE OF THE FIRST you In the above.styled

classification I. subject station which Includes land currently zoned designated the Bradford, with Florida heretofore Issued out of and to the following PUBLICATION 'OF THIS Court and you are required

to a public hearing to b* mileage, date, gallant, and designated by County Zoning and Plan Statutet rth4JJ the Board the. aboveentitledCourt described mobile hornet: NOTICE, to file with the to serve a copy
held on Tuesday ,October price, vehicle number plan 0.. Residential; ning Board to conduct a of County Commissioners In the abov- a. 1963 Titan, I.D. clerk of the above courta of your written

30, 1984. at 7:00 and deportrnent. rezoned to CG public hearing at a of 'Bradford styled caul*. hove levied No. 5141332 Stat. of written statement of defenses, if any to it
the Council The of Stork. designated' regular meeting held at Florida have Florida Certificate of Title
P.M., In City; County upon; the following property .any claim or demand oat TERENCE M.
Room of the Stark City 1 'reserves the right to accept Commercial the 7:00: P.M. In the Council designated the Bradford situate lying and No. 6651B39; they 'may hav. Each BROWN, ESQUIRE. Post

Hall on Thompson\ Street, or reject any or all ty of STEVEN Room of Stark City Hall, County Zoning and Plan- being In 3radford County b. 1973 ENGF mobile claim must b* In writing Office Drawer 40

In Stark., Florida. At this bids. i SCHARGELt. .. Stark, Florida,'on Tues nlng Board to conduct a Florida to-wlt: horn. I.D. No. 12550, and must Indicate the Stork.. Florida 32091

tlm. all persons Interested : Th. ''effective date ..folloVvss> ..'. day. .October 30, 1984 public 11.0tlnll'at a 1. A 50% undivided Slot of Florida Certificate basis for the claim the and, file She original'
shall b* heard thai) be! date of acceptance. ; located on. mile and make a recommendation regular meeting held at ownership Interest In of Title No. name and address of the with the Clerk of the

for or against the proposal of Midway to the Board of 7:00 P.M. ,,,.'th. Council and to certain real property 11109507; creditor or his agent or abov.sryled Court on

at specified In th. 'CITY OF STARKB Center 'on West County Commissionersand Room of Storke City Hall ,described at C. 1969 NEWMO;I.D. attorney and the ,or before, 30 October'
Zoning Codes of Bradford '' FLORIDA' Hwy.'21, out of Lot 1 the Board will can- Starke, Florida on Tues follows: No 332497 Slat of amount claimed. If the, 1984. Otherwise, ajudgement

County. By: Neil L. Tucker Unit 3 of Indian eider on' Monday, day. October 30.. 1984, A) Commence at theSE Florida Certificate ol Title claim ,Is not yet due, th. ,: shall b*
l.M Gaines, Director ,! City Clerkltchg Section ))1, November 5. 1984. at the ,and make a recommen- Corner of the NEK of 1'010.36144.8; date when it will become entered against you forth

Bradford County Zoning 10/11 South, Range 22 East Commissioners. Room of dation to the Board of the NW'A Section 14. d. 1967 TayloI.D due shall be staled. If relief requested In

Itchg 1011.'NOTICE 1 of parcel 6192 the Bradford County County Commissioners Township 6 South Range No;467F, Slat of Florida the claim It contingent or the Petition. '

I .....,.., general commercial Courthouse. Stark, and the Board will consider 21 East; and run thence S \Certificate of. Title ,Nor unliquidated the nature WITNESS my hand and
........ Florida at 10:00: A.M. an '
offices. on Monday 2390052.
,,89"41'40" W along the 'of'' the uncertainty shall seal NOTICE You are further Ordinance relating to: November 5, 1984, at the South boundary of told at the property of th*' be stated. If the claim Is the ,16th' day of
The of the '
OF APPLICATION'IFORREZONING NOTICE that a copy rezoning Commissioners Room of NEVi of !NW', 1257.95feet abov-namd Defendant .secured the securityshall Septembet,1964.
I ''sold proposed following described property the Bradford County to the Easterly right- and that on the b* described. The GILBERT S. BROWN

SEA VIC TIRE FUEL AND AMENDMENTOF DINANCE/ It available and amending Land the Courthouse;. 'Stork., of-way line of S.R. 225;:. 29th day of October. claimant: shall deliver Clerk of the Circuit Court
'
SERVo INC. (Vlckeri) THE your Inspection at th Comprehensive Florida at 10:00: A.M. on run thence N 0032'30",, 1984, Monday at 2:00 sufficient copies of the BY: Lisa Alvarez
hat mad application to ; LAND USE PLAN lice of\ th* 'U.. flan to provide that Ordinance relating to: along told right-of-way o'clock P.M.. on said dayon claim to 'Ih* clerk 'to Deputy ClarkTERENCE
'
land
toned
th. Stark Zoning> and. Zoning and Planning: currently RSF The rezoning of the (In*, 510 feet to Point of the premises of the enable the clerk, to mail M.. BROWN.

Planning Board for An ORDINANCE amending ,ty .Noll"., ,and designated by the following described property Beginning.From Bradford County Sheriffs 'on. i copy lo each ESQUIRE -'
reclassification 'of i In. ) the Comprehensive Str** Stark. 'plan as Rural Residential and amending the sold Point ol Office,. ,,1 will offer for representative.All personal TOMLINSON d BROWN

property :described!>' 'and Us. Plan' Element Each and every be rezoned to ILW. Comprehensive Lands J Beginning continue N tale and sell to the Interested PA.. /:.

belowfrom;:,,$-3 to .l41. (:.;, and Map by Bradford having "a.y. and, designated, : Light Use Plan to rrovld. that 00"33'30" W., a distanceof highest bidder for cosh. In, th*persons estate to-who a ;Attorneys jar Husband
104 W. Brownie* Stress' ;,County Florida In occor- whatever IIP, the! Warehousing the pro land curr.nt \ OR 60 feet, which Is the In hand. ..th* abov- of this Notice of Administration 9204tchglO1tPUBLIC
Lot 8 ft 9 of Blk. II In done 'with Ihs local' rent of this pasty of JACK (;OUIIT.NAY' ,and, designated by the width of the existing described property as copy' hat been ''f

Temples Addition, parcel'' ; Government 'Comprehensive ORDINANCE should described at plan at Rural Residential graded rood; run thence the property of the Mid mailed' ore 'required. 1fI"l"t. ....:.,..i.
361 S. In Section 28,,, Planning Act pear and be heard at follows: 3.35 acres of be rezoned to Cl, Easterly along the Nor. Defendant to satisfy sold WITHIN THREE MONTHS .,1.
Township 6 South Range of 197J as provided for Ins, tlm* and place ,S.I. 43rd St. and S.E. 'and designated Commercial them right-of-way of Execution. ,
FROM THE DATE OF THE
22 East to allow on Chapter 163. of the. 'et, *,. ,.. 43rd Lone out of lot IS of the property of; told graded road, 435.6 DOLPH. E. REDDISH FIRST PUBLICATION OF

,'automobile body shop Florida Statutes! $, "BOARD OF BR Geneva Woods, out of FRANK WARR. described feet; run, thence..North Sheriff THIS NOTICE, to file NOTICE
Parcel' 6003-A-01 500, In anyobjections
This change Inctasslfkatlon at follows: located lour 200 feet; run thence East Bradford County, Fla th.y The '
Is sublect'to | TO: A'l Clttaent, Taxpayers Section 21, Township 8 and one-hall ((4") miles to the Centerline 0 10/04 4lchg 10/23 may Bradford County
'
South 22 East for hove that challenge the School Board, Sto,".,
Rang
a public hearing to beheld and. other 'In By:0.5. Brown South of Stork on Eastside Branch; run thence South
of the decedent'swill
on. Thursdays- : October terested 'Itchg combination of Hwy. 301 validity Florida,will hold a Public
: persons. ,, one- along th*told Centerline ... ... the qualifications of
25',>,,1984. at 7:001 .' warehouses, storage r half (Vt) acre, .out ol of Branch to a point Hearing on, !Proposed
'' .Llpw and offices. the personal representative Revisions. ,ol School
P.M.. 'In' the Council You and each of You parcel 0984-0000 which It approximately
r, 'J ; You are further / IN THE CIRCUIT COURT / or the "venur orlurisdktlon Board Rules 6Gx4-4.SO
Roan of the Stork. City** or. hereby and herewith 1NOTICE given ((144x138)) In Section 25. 310 feet from the South .
: of the
; ', FOR BRADFORD court.
NOTICE that of 'STUDENT CODE OF CON.
Hall on Thompson StrveOTIn given !nolle In occordadse a copy Township 7 South. Range boundary of told NE'A of .
Slarke plorlda. Al lhlty with'. FloridaStatutes OF 'said proposed ORDINANCE 21 East to build- and NW/4 thence South { COUNTY: ::. t 'DEMANOS.All CLAIMS. DUCT; ''and 6Gx4-S.06
; run AND
FOR REZONING Is available for FLORIDA OBJEC. PUPIL; PROGRESSION
) the Board
time all persons, .ral. that 0 Wood Croft
operate 894r40" W, to a point
trstd shall b* "heard !L'" ,1>of "County' Commit'. "' ,Shop. >whlch It 435.6 feet from ,
'for or against the.pfo-y sloners of Bradford .OFTH6! 'of the Director of You are further given: the Easterly right-of-way CASE NO. 84-78-CP WILL' 1' .FOREVER.!: BAR- 19B4.Mat.7. >.m. in the,
LAND(ISC PLAN Zoning' and City : FILE NO. 1-3570 RED School Board; Room of
Planning
have
posal, a*specif led In IK* County, Florida NOTICE that a copy of of S.R. 225; run thence :
Date, of the, tint
Hall Thompson the Bradford CountySchool'
Bradford the Bradford
Zoning Code< of designated told proposed ORDINANCE North 209 feel. to the
". :An ORDINANCE/ Street Starts. In r.:'hlo'MARGARET publication of this Notice'ol '
County., : County Zoning and Plan) 0 Florida. It available for Southern right-of-way 1 Administrative;
'!>** ;, Wolt.rW.'fclalt,: *nlng Board to conduct a ding the Each and every person your Inspection at the of- line of aforesaid graded REDDISH. Administrations' 4 Oct. Offices: 587 North Tempi

'. .Chal'rmahStarks ,. public hearing., at a land Us. flan ,having (any Interest .', flee of the Director of rood thence West Deceased./ .' 1984. *. 'Avni..' Stark.
.,'-', Zoning<.Planning' regular'meeting held at >and Map by 'whatever In the enactment : Zoning and Planning;Ci along: run said Southern KEITH C. REDDISH, Florida,' .,\,

Board\ : 7:00: P.M. In the Council County, Florida, In of this propo.ed'OROINANCI ''ty. Hall Thompson' ol line: 435.6 ''NOTICE Personal Representative Copies'of these pro-
right- -
'r':"iIJU{ ;: ,/khp)0,1' t, Room ol Stark City Hall J',, done with the, ,, should op- Street Stork, Florida. feet to way the Point of OF ADMINISTRATIONTO 'of Estate of MARGARET' 'posed revisions' of the
., "rF/q'r Irr, t ''Stork.. Flat Ida, on Tut- Government (pear and b* heard of the Each and every person REDDISH. Deceased. above noted Board Rules
,\ ,M 't" CML i FOR BIDS day. October ,30. .t9llof.. prehensive Planning time and place prescribed. having on)' ,interest Beginning.! ALL PERSONS HAV.ING' : RICHARD I, WUTT may be obtained from

N.:; ',,'" : and mak a recommen' ,..of 1973. provided .,."' whatever In .the enact", I A of the NEY. ,CLAIMS OH, 934 N..Temple Av*. the Superintendent's Of.
Fit' .
.Chapter1' 163 of BOARDOF lRA fortO' ) port DEMANDS AGAINST THE P.O. Box 99$ Ikes between 8 .
il: o:i:Sealed ;1"..... ,wlH\ ( br dation to the Board of, mint ol this proposed of the NW/4 of Section Stark .m
.Florida Statutes COUNTY: 'ABOVE ESTATE AND .Fta
Commissioners : ,. ALL 32091 and. 4 ,.Ift" Monday
County ORDINANCE should !,
Iii; received by the Board )l'S ap 14, Township ,,6 South.
),I( COMMISSIONERS OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED (904J 964-8030

Board will through Friday
.
.and frhS consider and be heard the
at
Bond Trustee of th Ciyt | pear Rang 21 East Bradford ." I
the on Monday, TOr: All", Citizens By;G.S. Brown Clerk time and place prescrlb- IN THE ESTATE. Attorney for Personal. This is in compliance
of Stork. Florida. In County. Florida, being
pays,.. and "
'."".City Clerk's office"at the 'Novembers,.1994, at the i .Itchg 10/11. ed. '" moreparticularly* Representativel0042khg101I. with; Flor.ldo' SteIutestChapter"
> : Commissioners. Room'of ,trsld persons"You'ond '.. BOARD OF BRADFORD YOU ARE HEREBY . k 'J20,5et
": "City Ho.ll InStarfce, ''' described at follows: .1
the ;Bradford County i ";,the.. COUNTY NOTIFIED that the administration 'enacted by;1 ,the 1974
Florida until 6:30 Commence at the SE .
> p.m.i ? : Stark; each of el'' the .IBH ILIi i ,. ,
Florida legislature.
Courthouse: \V COMMISSIONERS '
Id I .
.Ken Tuesday. October Corner of Sold NEVI ofNWW. ,
'
10:00 A.M. 1 on hereby end NOTICE:-"v,, "'' estate of MARGARET IN THE CWCUIT Thomas t ;
Florida at : on 'rf; G.S. Brown.Clerk ;C\taeyJto.
$> 1"*,' or lima! and By ; 'run thence S ? II
Mcfi : '' / ;
"OFAfItIOllCAtlF04t Susrinl.nd.ni
notice ln ,
'\Ordinance relating to given **,. ItehsjIO/J! REDDISH deceased.' ... COUKTQFTMCCMtHfM ,.'i' ol
.... wl .bids. "f.Swvwd ) \ 'i } ) B94l'4r'W. along the
t ( t '' done* with Case Number ,
.ed. The reionlng of.the i \ $| )**H4G 'j; ,' iff, of seedHE' 84-7B-CP. JUOKVLCIRCUIT. ,sVedferd County Schools .
ywiTl be peMkly'opss South boundary .
. jc following described property Statut..' chat the ANQ.AMCN0M.fNT' "' 1 'and File Number 1-337O.' RLAHlPOLLAOFORO :'> "' 10 00I21chg tOI n
'j nand.adAloud, .on. the. i ii. end amending the 'af"Countf rl Y OJ THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT %. KNW*. 12S7.V4., >I'I pending ln' the Circuit / COUNTY '' .

:i.: following:. Comprehensive Land 'slonrs, .f tANOUSEPLAN OF BRADFOS* COUNTY feel to the Easterly Court for Bradford County. FIOMOA l't" ; ,.., ,

Twelv months supoV.:' Us. Plan to provide, that" County, Florida ., ,....... right-of-way Un. of S.R. Florida" ), Probate Division .. CIVIL CASE NO. 84-39 i
designated the '
land Currently! toned Oft rcx An' .ORDINANCE 'om n- the- address of '1.
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Snake bit. tra point and were penalized 15
yard for celebrating the game-
I v
That's what Tornado defensive tying TD in the endzone, and had to
1,1 coach Mike Sexton calls a Union begin their overtime downs from the
: : ,5 t High, eleven averaging 18 points per 25 yard line, Instead of the 10.:
CIA : .. : game, is aggressive, plays hard- Chle and eventually took a hard-
i ir 4 i nosed football, but 14 still 04. fought win with a 13-yard field goalin
overtime.
That winless but tough and quick
[ Union High School football team Junior Tiger QB Sammy McClenton -
: : would like nothing'' better than to threw touchdown passes of 58, :n,
: knock off traditional rival Bradford and 25 yards in the Chiefland game.
High',but will have an added incen LB led 14-6 at the half on a 58-yard

Strike Up The Band... tive to upset the Tornadoes in their TD pass to senior wideout Timmy
litrut their fan i.. the foo.ball. .forlunanlly for their ran, the show was cut ""'*. For details see story homecoming game tomorrow night Jackson and a 37-yard TD pass to
!
BITS Band members their Uiff before Clarence
bl'low. (Friday, Oct. 12) In addition, it is a sophomore split end
stadium Friday night District 2-8A clash, 'must' win for Brown.
<*V PHS
"Lake Butler has come so close to

3 A Yellow Tornadoes 146"St. The stage could be perfectly set winning It's unbelievable," pointsout
Jackets Edge for an upset, if the Tigers can overt Head Coach David Hurse. The

'come their own problems, and if Tigers are very quick, potentiallyvery
Coach David Hurse is unable arouse dangerous, Hurse says. ,
Augustine is the toughest attempted half-back pass fell In- kick off. routine, but also the parents and his Tornadoes for a tame with a
team we'll play all year." Coach complete and a penalty pushed them ". / I.'. fans who were enjoying the music.Band winless but dangerous team.In "That little quarterback is just
David Hurse told his team before back 15 yards. like a water bug. He's hard to get
Friday night's 14-6 loss to the Class Show Cut Short..." the season opener, the UC hold of," Hurse says of McClenton
3A Yellow Jackets in a non-district Davis Scampers... State regulations allow 20 minutes Missed Opportunity... Tigers had Interlachen beaten, but calling him Union High's main
contest. The fair catch of their punt put the at the half. If the game does not Two runs by Davis gained Brad- the Rams pulled it out in the final threat, both passing; and running.
"But if we play our best, we can Tornadoes back in business on their resume in 20 minutes, the home ford High a first down, but a foul-up minutes.
beat them," he added. own 22. Tony Davis took a hand-off team can be penalized 15 yards. in the third play of the series cost BHS. and Union high played last
"And we almost did," Hurse said from Long across right tackle and That would have' meant that St. yardage and an injury to the The Tigers were up 18-6 on year for the first time since 1954,
Monday, Oct. 8. scampered; 28 yards before the only Augustine would be kicking off from quarterback.The Newberry with 3-4 minutes left. which the Tornadoes won 287.
He pointed to three factors that remaining defender, Williams (1), the Tornadoes 45 yard line and an Newberry ran a kickoff back and
made the difference in the 14-8 loss saved touchdown. on-side kick attempt would be ex- play called for the tailback to recovered a fumble for a last minute' Main Tiger running backs are
to St. Augustine by. the Bradford Davis carried on the next two pected which might give the! Yellow run left after taking the handoff win. senior Roscoe Simmons, number 44,
Tornadoes. downs gaining no yards on the first Jackets the ball in Tornado terfrom Long. The potential runner and junior Thomas Webb, number
"We really missed Lonnie attempt and 23 on the second try up ritory. moved right, missed the handoff and The Tigers forced Chiefland into a 32, who alternate bringing in the
Hamilton Jr. at strong side the right side, again 'stopped by To avoid the penalty, the freshly Long was shaken up after turning into come-fronvbehind 23-20 overtime. plays. The BHS scouting report dubs
linebacker Hurse said. Hamilton Williams. prepared routine practiced by the the line trying to salvage the win last week In Lake Butler. Tiger Simmons a hard runner.
went out of the game two weeks ago ,band for this occasion was cut short. down. A big hole was opened by the QB Sammy McClenton hit Buddy
with a knee Injury.St. Frustration was apparent not only BHS line, and had the running back Webb for a 25-yard TD pass on the. The Tigers aren't big Coach
Augustine noted the absence of Francis Converts... from the band members who had to gone the right way, he likely would last play of regulation to tie the Hurse notes, but are probably
Hamilton and took advantage of the The drive stalled but Bradford walk off without finishing the have scored. game, but the Tigers missed the ex- quicker than the Tornadoes.
loss of his experience in that key managed to get three points from a
position. successful 47-yard field goal attemptby
Nurse also pointed to the fine performance John David:l Francis ((5)). even
of Tony Davis (33)), who though a delay of game penalty in-
gained 64 yards. He has been out creased the attempt from 42 yards
with an injury. away.
Strong running from the St. St. Augustine's next possessionwas
Augustine's fullback, John Burch hampered by two penalties a
(44), tailbacks Steve Motley (33)) and i I' clip and illegal motion forcing a
Darryl Williams ((1) boosted the punt from their 19 to BHS 45 yard
total ground game to 190 yards. Only ,r,
line.Tornadoes
attempting 3 passes, the Yellow failed to get a first
Jackets were held to only 12 yards in down on that drive after a delay of
the air. game penalty moved the third down
The Tornadoes presented a try from inches to five yards and in-
balanced attack gaining 82' yards ches.'
running and 96 passing. Tornado More penalties holding and clipp
quarterbacks attempted 14 passes ing ended the next Yellow Jackets
completing 5.St.Augustine. drive with a punt from their own 13
made 10 first downs, yard line.
Bradford High 8. A fair catch at the St. Augustine 41
by the Torndoes set the stage for the''
Williams Strikes... most unusual attempt at getting .
The first score was turned in by points in the game. '
speedster Daryl Williams, who turned :.
a loss heading around the right Unusual Kick... :
end into a 25-yard touchdown by Coach Hurse explained later that ,
; reversing his field to gallop around with only 25 seconds before the half
>>'to the left end, breaking three Tornado he took advantage of a seldom used .r' ,

,.,,. tackles on his! way jto a stand-up.trek I i. rule .whichallOws.a free kick.aft ., '
across the goal line, r.J *", fl'theair. catch of a unt."It"f : boa a na1Bva
The extra point was good and The rule allows a "T" to be used to
St.Augustine led 7-0 after its second set up the ball and the opponents
possession after the Tornadoes kicked cannot rush the kicker, Hurse said.
, off to start the contest. Hurse said he had talked with
St.Augustine was forced to punt Francis about this type situation '
after their first possession. The Tor" before, but it had never come up In a -
nadoes began from their own 35 yard game. Hurse responsibility for
.. line but failed to make a first down the mix-up with apparently foiled 9 -

following a 15-yard penalty for clipp- the attempt. f r, ,,pr V
wN'
ing.The Hurse said the confusion promp
Tornadoes punt from the 24 ted a five-step approach to the ball,
Getting All lie Can..
; gave St. Augusine the ball on their 45 as is used in a kickoff, rather than a .
." and strong running produced the two-step approach used for field goal Tornado running back Tony Davis .Iunll'! for extra ynrdig 11111111'.8 Although the Ion dropped BIISloV.'ouilu-M-iison.: : Ih.-Toroads! are to In
first TD five plays later. attempts.He group of SI. AuKiiHtlne* defenders in aJackelM. tough 1 1loss lo the i.\: Yellow the
  • r An excellent kickoff return by said Francis had plenty of The Tornados will....,..,hack up lo::1.l l n.-\l "season In a hn'lIltl.\\ision.
    Frank Long put the Tornadoes in distance in the previous successful
    good field position at their 38. attempt, but the mix-up in this
    r" That drive died three plays later seldom seen situation caused the at- Tornadoes. ',Prepare for Crucial District ActionIn
    when a fumble by Long was tempt to fall short.
    i recovered by St. Augustine.As The first half ended with St.
    the first quarter drew to a Augustine leading 73. a loss Tornado coaches find it Hurse. Fullback Gerald'Brown, who 'Tommy Parker moved to guard and important' phase of their 1984 season
    ' close St. Augustine failed to get a Another mix-up almost cost the difficult to says good things about' has been out with a broken ankle, is Greg Jackson from guard to tackle. with three District 8-2A games facing -
    drive going and had to punt after! an Torndadoes a 15-yard penalty on the their players, but there were a few' expected back in two weeks for the'' Keith Gillingham and 'Chris them in the next three weeks. -

    "'iIi-' good comments from Head Coach i I,. Clay game. Doughterty split time at the Now 1-0 in the district. BHS faces
    :) .T"-- David Hurse and Defensive Coach Best offensive lineman was Greg 'weakside guard. Union High this week, then travels
    h Mike Sexton this week. .:, '' Jackson, who was moved from DefensivelyRichard Crosby and Oct. 19 to Clay High and Oct) 26 to In-
    While hard to take, the 14-6 loss to'a guard to tackle for the SA game. Doughtery look over' the weaksideend terlathen: for the toughest district
    tough St.Augustine team hasn't Best defensive linemen ,were post Ron Brown was moved tests. .
    r gotten the coaches' down on the Whitehead and Early.. .from. 'They did respectible jobs in Coach Hurse has said all along
    I team. Francis was named the best' defen- the, SA game! ,' Coach Hurse said: that Clay will be a key district game
    Having 'Sam' linebacker Lonnie. sive back for the SA game. and that Interlachen will be tough by
    .J Hamilton on the disabled list really:, Coach Hurse' made several (he time the Tornadoes play them.
    hurt. With Hamilton in the lineup;. changes to improve the blocking on Upcoming games... Hawthorne Nov. 9 at home, is the
    Coach Hurse believes the Tornadoes the offense for,the SA game. Center The Tornadoes now face the most only other district test
    ri might have avoided l losing.!: .

    Ron Brown, 200 pound sophomore,. I
    was switched to the strong side end. a
    : Brown is Just inexperienced, but has' '10I
    talent and will improve each week;

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    8 assists. had 4 tackles'and
    f 4 assists. Linebacker era? ,
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    l.. a lough loss to 81. ,lugustine0i 41'1I Davis gives pie{ backfield eccaslnq''ooojihM'St; The ,gain* w itn d.'f. .." ,.NlruKKl* hICI.ch..u.1.IItIIIIIU.w. .
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    Bradford High School has been reclassified Biggest change, however, Is that the,state's, smaller schools are lumped into the same Heights the last couple of years. But;;,year<4n (
    Class 3A for football only by the Florida High schools have been divided into five classes,instead classification as bigger schools, Rozelle said. and year-out it is unfair Nurse believes. :'
    School Athletic Association (FHSAA) in action of four. Reason for the reclassification The Now Alignment' Buchholz, Gainesville High, Eastside and Under the new play,. Bradford will have to
    taken Monday, Oct. 8, in Gainesville. according to Fred Roselle, the executive .' all of the area IA schools aren't greatly af virtually revamp its entire schedule: Next (.'
    Both BUS, with 746 students in grades 10-12'; secretary of the Florida High School Athletic v fected by the realignment. year there will be seven district game, 'leaving _::1
    and Santa Fe High move to 3-A status and will Association FHSAA), is to remedy the wide CtonHkotlOM N.w nr.,nm: it Old Inrallimmt Gainesville and Eastside move up from only three dates (o keep traditional rivals,
    compete in District 3, along with North range in student population among 2A Dist. 5.3A to Dist. 4-4A but with virtually the such as St.Augustine.
    Marion, same competition. It will depend on coinciding: dates, and .
    Macclenny-Baker, West Nassau schools. Class A. 224 Und.r l, 20r Und.r open .
    Fernandina Beach, Jacksonville Faxon, and; The old 2A classification, ranged from Z08 Ymi circumstanes. St.Augustine will probably be
    Jacksonville Bishop Kenny.All students to 729 students In grades 1012. Now, CI... M 225.4S5 lo,, 201.729 llurse Likes Plan... 5A when Hastings High is combined with SA :',:
    the 2A classification will range from 229 M1 I The new plan is fair, with more schools of High, as is planned. ,'"
    of the area's 2A schools, including students to 485. Clan AAAX16 N0 s -so.1.2" equal size playing each other, Bradford head BHS Principal Jim Duncan agrees the Keystone Heights and Lake Butler-Unlon, are Class IA schools are 224 students and below. I coach and athletic director David Hurse I reclassification is a good plan because of the (
    lumped together into a,nine-member District Class 3A is 486-969,4A is 070-1,365, and SA goes AAAA 1soo.Up: points) out. I present Class 2A size disparity. But Principal
    4. They include: Newberry, Chiefland, Cross from 1,366 to 3,003. It Is unfair, for schools such as Union High 1 Duncan doubts\ will be a positive 'move ,
    City-Dixie; Williston, Interlachen, Keystone The five classifications affect'only football. Clan AAAAA and Keystone to have to play Bradford High, 'I Financially for BHS with 'the only traditional "., ',..1 r,
    Heights, Hawthorne, Lake Butler-Union, and. Because of the physical nature' of football, f,F Hurse says. On certain years, the smaller 1 rival remaining on the schedule-' being
    Dunellon. there is a greater 'danger of injury when schools may be competitive, as with Keystone' I Macclenny-Baker. 1 .'. .' <
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    I .IV Football Still ad Loses a Tough: Hard-hitting: Game" to Middleburg_:. '. ,1'1

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    "It was a tough, hard hitting Middleburg drew first blood in the Injuries will plague the team for scrappy little bunch (that hung In day, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. when In because of Tornado Whirl on the
    game," said Coach David Tew of the initial period on a 10 yard run;:then the rest of the season, with David there,"stated Prevatt 'terlachen comes to town. The game football: field Thursday, I
    Baby Tornadoes 13-6 loss to Mid- came bacK in the third,quarter witha Hamilton probably, being lost with Next game for BHS was Wednes was played a day earlier than ususal Oct. Ill n"ig"h"t. /',

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    dleburg last Thursday, Oct. 4. 20 yard pass to round things out. torn ligaments. Fullback and .. .. .
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    BHS' only score came on'a hand- they did a good Job. The defense has will be out for at least one game with
    'off from quarterback Johnny Clarkto been keeping us in the games," said bruised ribs.Prevalt '
    running back David Hamilton fora Coach Jimmy Prevatt, and Tew cited defensive
    65 yard scamper to the endzone. "Offensively, I i.t was altogether a players Andy Roach and Hal Wood T
    The second quarter score was the breakdown. We didn't pick-up our with having good games against STOP ;
    lonely taste of paydirt for the young men. Our backs didn t hit their Middleburg.:
    gridders. holes." "I'm proud of them..they're ,a :




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    Splitting two matches this past ter. Once they begin to follow the In the second 'game Lisha Long, : Bradford Square Starke "
    week, the girl volleyballers from ball and returning It, they should doa sister of football quarterback Frank
    Bradford High are 2-6 for the season. lot better, says Coach Inez Diggs. Long, served 6 aces, Cindy A Division of Home Entertainment Concepts
    The Lady'Tornadoes beat Clay The JV team did not play Mid- Strickland 2, and Valerie McCloud
    High for the second time, then lost in dleburg scored six points, and Sharoq Mann-
    two games to Middleburg High on Ing one point
    their home court Tuesday night,Oct. BUS Beats Clay... Over-all, in Monday's game the N TI M E
    9. Tornado varsity volleyballers beat team seemed to jell, says Coach
    Clay High by identical scores of 15-7 Diggs. !
    Upcoming Matches... In the first two games to take a Mon- QCs -
    The girl volleyballers are idle next day, Oct. 8, ,match played in in JV Beats Clay..,
    week. Next match is Oct. 22 at Green Cove Springs. The JV volleballers also beat Clay a
    Hawthorne, and Oct. 23 P.K. Yonge'' It was the second win in (two weeks High, coming: from behind after los a
    will come to Starke. over Clay ing the first match.
    In the first game BHS got very! BHS lost the first game 15-5, but'' 4 f Jm
    Bow to Middleburg... good serving from Cindy Strickland'i, won 15-5 In the second game and I
    who served nine aces. : 15-10 in the rubber game. if \ .. :'I
    BHSmade a lot of errors against'Middleburg contributed 4 points, Valerie Me-' of good serving from Janet
    losing 15-12 and 15-11, Cloud 2. McCloud also did a very' Kennedy who had 12 points,' Wendy f" i I :. .-
    .Tuesday night.. good job,at' the net, says Coach Strickland one,, Brena Skeen one, .
    The girls are playing the.net bet ,Diggs. and Tammy Odom one point. :' .
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    I 'Cross Country
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    .Running at the .1984 Lee High Team scorq: was a total of 72,being Cross Country Coach George Loper.
    School Invitational Cross Country edged out by Gainesville Buchholz' He said he was well pleased with the Oldies But Goodies
    Meet held at the Florida Junior Col- with 38 points Kathy Schaefer of performances Saturday. :
    lege North Campus in Jacksonvilleon Buchholz was overall winner in, a .' .
    Sat,., Oct. .6,. the BHS boys and time of 11:34.: Rosults..... '. :,

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    Eddie Tennant' was the next Olrf JV...
    finisher at 43rd with a time of 18:03: ".K..I... Mclpxldtn' !.:Jr.. 24Sonl.| My.rt' r 6' or' $1. ::1
    Sapp. First Finisher... Overall winner was Mike Clerc'of MIDI. 00 ,
    Lori Sapp was the first girl to Terry Parker' High, School of Ioy'. Vanity." .. ,
    finish for BHS in a time of 12:05: to Jacksonville with a time of 15:25.: it-Paul McKk n.y 1711, 41-addl. T...".",'
    take fourth place overall. Kelley Buchholz was the team winner with !.:.1. N-Henry Coooir 113Thom.i Moontill. .
    Jackson was seventh at.12:51. Both '54 points followed by Bolles with 90. ( .* -lkl>AMUMIII III n.lIoy' ,- 40 and
    were ranked by a recent Times BHS was In tenth place. N... .t : Top Country
    Union poll at eighth and tenth in Nor- Indicating his teams were on II.Dimly flahllr 32A, M-Clurli rookl 11."
    theast Florida, respectively. schedule for the year so far was ll-Randy Milton J7iM.

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    Pop Warner football action; saw Lane, Larry Shannon, Scobie' According to Coach Willie Brown, : "
    the Bradford Cowboy Mitey Mites Padgett, Jason Johns, Darren it was an outstanding game defen i : : ". ; '
    lose to the Keystone Steelers 7-6, the Young, 'Todd Hutcheson and Daryl sively, with the team holding "' : )' .' J
    Junior Pee Wees tie Keystone'' 6-all, Hamilton. Keystone to no score inside the to TIMES r ,
    the Junior Midgets, who didn't do so Credits to the offense were Todd yard line twice.Leading i' I .
    I well, concede their game with 7:50' Hutcheson, Kelvin'' Lane;, Larry the defense were I
    left logo with the score 1243. Shannon, James Brown and James linebacker Joe Gordon, Jr. with I 12 ARE : ,
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    Things were looking up for the In their home opener, the Junior Robert. Sapp with 5. TIME FOR .' f ,
    Mitey Mites when James Young ran Pee Wees tied Keystone H. Offensively Blake Thomas ran for ; : I
    92 yards for a touchdown, however, With two minutes left In the game 110 yards, Doris Hill for 50, Bernard : \ .'
    when the dust settled, Keystone won It looked as If Bradford was to be the Perkins 35 and Joe" Gordon, Jr. with '1 ,* t .
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    Duplicate Bridge Club..m.eis l .v.ry Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m. at Slorke '
    Woman' Club. Brldg. player or. Invited,to attend. ,! : ', an unusual combination 'Trina (',ilhlll; thetirlKlk1 dirt\.,I'tn 1

    A Welghtwatchert Club... i I. being h.ld In,Starke on Monday nights al 6.30".m. ".. of dance and theatre will of paiuvU'lUT' IH'ytdt>lyi 1"1"1'1| Icd'.\ I
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    Metros TOPS... Th. weight reducing clua. meets each Tuesday at '30 amm at October II, as the Santa Fe Community .
    > the major} dancers of our'turn*, in
    the Ellam Baptist Church In Melrose.lake ": -..... .- College Fall Festival of the I.IufliutlurIJI./ : .' (.i Jraham. afls-r I

    Butler TOPS... Toke'Off Pounds Sensibly Club meets each Thursday evening Performing Arts continues its 1984, ret eicing IHT :MA. in 'O.IIHV. ,,'\(\
    at 7.00 p.m. at UCHS Lok. Butler For further, Information call Linda Durham at season. The performance;; which Is .Theatre. >,af the t'liivt-rsity nf Arkan- I
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    St. Ma..'* Episcopal Church Art A Craft Feitlval..October 20 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. '. ,: 8 p.nt.""Danceteller' has had recent Vince! ,ia75.I ', "DanceldlteF" 'had: 'j i'' > j I I

    Artists are already lined up.acc.pting: applications from p.opl. with any type of F1 engagements at1 the Picoln ':Spoleta presented, ( more than :MM) major con-" I
    handmade articles. To participate,.write to SI Mark's Episcopal Church P.O. Box Festiral'ln, c sharleslon."the Wolf cells perforating l for a half.million. ,.' :. "1
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    : o.m. '12 Trap Theatre ii) Washington the people throughout the VniteiJ' $t.III'A., ., ',
    noon.'Entry f.. I If $5. Deadline I I. Oct. 12. Riverside Dance Festival in New The' coiR-erC This vvfning will be <;,,\M'

    Disabled American Veterans Meeting..All members and their families and all ,York City,' and the Walnut Street 'follow vd by a rcept?, ion hosted by the,;,, g
    Disabled Veteran or. invited to ott.nd the rent monthly meeting of the DAV ,Theatre in Philadelphia, '" ; Starke. 1Sutn4n'a (, luh: "' ', .1'1'\\),
    Chapter No: 61 Siorke, on Oct II, at 7:30: p.m.: In Pratt St Recreation. Center, ''Panceteller"" as the name im'piles : ,, ,i ,i ii 1 rdancers'rapable
    next to County Jail. Is' accompany. of outstanding.J '.,J '
    : : of solo roles, who i: 1'1
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    County Extension Service I I. offering o' 11li
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    11 and 18. Program will be at Bradford County Agriculture Building located on N. '.professionaltroup *, \ r I

    ; 301, n.'tlo! the Fairground! Call 964.6280..ext.,.284. for more Information. ,.. i will be making its, Florida. I

    ii FREEDOM FROM SMOKING..A unique; new program to help you kick the debut here! jq Starke ': ; 55 I

    r J cigarette habit begin Monday, October 22. and ends Dec 10 from 7.9 p.m. al the Tonight's s program will 'include"Events'
    Bradford Hospital Library Program I I. offered \by Bradford Hospital Inc. Centerfor :' *.," an original new work

    Health and 'It...-... and American Lung.Assoc Fee $30. For Information, 'created with, a grant from the National :,';.,
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    rollicking comedy: performed by the
    Classes ore being offered In lake Butler on Monday and Wednesday whole' company to the sounds: of _
    afternoon at 5:30 p.m. In,,Room 1368 at Union County High School', Call 964.5078 traditional holiday ;mWllt/childrt'l1's', v'b'
    for ,information ,songs. Irving Berlin, and Bach Also
    Judo aa..es..wlll be held Monday and Thursday night In Keystone Height' *i on tap this evening "Quiet City| a,. '"
    High< School Cafeteria, Junior classes will be held from 6:30-7:30: : p.m.;. senlar.classe .trio performed |o the' lyrical music ". .,' I '
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    Aerobic Classes' are being offered Monday and Wednesday at 9,30 o.m.,. 4;30 L jT.T Wtwtliy. 'a love_duet with the third ;,,1, //I., I
    and 730; .p.m. And on Tuesday and.Thursday at 5:30 p,m. el the.Keystone. Height" "'..dancer,; w, the.. spirit. of romance ,' .. '
    Woman' Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. "''r .
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    ''t' : New' River Church (and Ul"vid i' : e:Baptkt Celebrate Founding in 1833 li,i,

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    5it "'" day in the history of New River Baptist congregations in Florida. church. i i were 1 trir I',
    :, Church in Bradford.County and Old Both churches were organized bya The first log structure serving( .IS a to f. the i I| move :
    ," Providence Church in Union County. handful of hardy pioneers under meeting house at New' River was tyia rea to fa r
    : J' Both churches observed their 151st the most difficult circumstances said to have been burned during an ,but b. / wasthan / 0 In
    5 \ anniversaries that date. John Tucker, a circuit-riding, Indian Indian raid, and the second tram for to I,
    : Both held morning services with fighting Baptist preacher was instrumental building,also used as a school I 'i' topo aphy of th M 4
    "dinner on the grounds", followed in organizing both con was accidentally!burned by a i i m > andrisgood swa alto In .. I
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    .. According to old minutes the Pro- serving the few scattered churches before the turn of the century s/tfrv-/ tarting soon '.af. t boa "" ..
    vidence Church on the south side of from the Georgia line to the sparsely ed until the 1930s when the present ere orgai : bed as o Olustee Creek in what was then Columbia settled areas farther south. He structure, since enlarged, was built. |"one of thelonged Depisodes. pro-
    County tnow Union) was received an annual salary of $200. The Seminole Indian Wars were In and of that
    organize d on July 7, 1833. The original meeting houses of progress at this time, and those settlers long struggle y which the white
    Ten days later, on July 17, 1833,. both churches have long since disap brave enough to attend church man supplanb the red"'. ,., ... ,. .. ... ,'.. .... "" I
    the con: titution of the New River peared. The first log-house church services, or even to work in their Minutes of the Providence Churchfor 'I I 'I?
    Church was adopted. It is believed by Olustee Creek burned in 1874, anda fields, often risked their lives to do April 9, 1 note: "In conse- : .. '
    that there! two churches are pro- stone monument stands today on so. quenceofthe War, the church :: ; .. i.'.. .. i'
    failed to meet in conference from the I J\\ '

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    ry Minutes of the New River Churchfor J,
    Sept 12, 1890 recorded that the --"' .
    congregation "took into consideration f't
    the desolate .condition of our t !
    country by reason of Indian War and Present Day Old Providence... i i
    set the before the 2nd
    Friday
    apart Old providence: held its'151st Founder's Day celebration thiN pawl Sunday
    Lord s Day in October next for
    Oct. 7, ,
    solemn fasting' and prayer to A full days activities were enjoyed by members and guests including
    Almighty God for his assistance in
    bringing the war to a close". special messages and gospel Hinging.
    Another notation said: "Indians
    are still in our land..the people are
    v+ all broke up...some gone one way,
    and some another".
    It was said that John Tucker Charlie Pfesicferil ttf'B4
    "funeralized" more people but.
    chered by Indiana than any other .
    preacher in Florida. It Is also said

    that he rifle carried to his a grave.bullet from an Indian ag' 1 WM (1$ this i

    The constitution adopted by the I'
    New River Church.. handful of New River faithful 151

    Guy Andrews and Rev, Randall Maycumber center foreground) discuss history of New River Church us See PIlJ(*.' I .1 ; *:
    member gather under the oaks for dedication of the new pastorium last Sunday. Church e ... '
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    >((: Brooker.'; Riverland Music Club Is GED TEST I air *
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    '. '('Suwannee District', Florida lege of Fine Arts, University of GED Test. For' further informationcall

    i l Federation of Music Clubs, held its Florida. for
    The deadline registering
    %\ annual meeting Thursday Oct. 4, at Concluding the meeting, ,a 964-6150.
    :' -the Rabel House Restaurant inAlachua delicious buffet luncheon was servedin is October! 18 1984. Testing dates and r 4Ml mjiWijitor i
    with Riverland Music Club the banquet room, decorated with ? .
    'of Brooker as host. 'fall flower arrangements on each times are as
    New district officers elected for 'table. Riverland Music Club (colors: f0110WS\t
    1984-83 were Mrs. Rita Miller, president of green and white were featured IQ' \ oHiddeft; Charges t fiiipric Shflo
    and Mrs. Louise Blackford, the head table flower arrangement. '
    secretary-treasurer Both are from Riverland Club .members attending Oct, 22 & 23 :: V Oct 24 & 25
    the Sun Coast Music Club. and hosting the event were '
    Guests were welcomed by Mrs. Mary Ann Andrews, Graham; Blanche < -i I'I

    T.J Mann, president of the Frown,Mamie Jo Douglas, Vera 100'p.m.,1 6:30jp.m.3iOO : .
    Riverland Club, and guest speakerwas Clyatt Rettie Mae Parrish, and ; :, 1 I I .
    Mrs. Ralph Kinsman, who gave Dene Ward, Lake butler' ; Anita : p.m. ". vjg; : 8:15: p.m.>< '
    information concerning the needs Countryman Chiefland; Elouise : ,' Jneks; *
    and accomplishments! of the Florida Ramsey LaCrosse;, Edna Griffith 6:30 P.m.. "t"l'-m] : ,'
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    by Silvio CavaceppiLpianist, playing Margaret Ann Dyal, Brooker. Ai&t4 1 -
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    performance.Ramsey and gave an outstanding fires, Step fctim ,

    The meeting was'conducted by a m INURE *
    Mrs. O.A. Davies, vice president A63Mffi I fc f&00 I 3 liteitft*

    was Suwannee read by District.Mrs. J.C.Theinvocation Ramsey;Mrs. je i SUITS' '* '* *.. '* * .
    James Countryman led the Federation VAM" : '
    Hymnand Mrs. C.W. Reaves.. Fantastic Demo Clearance deals
    led the Federation Collect. 01r"
    ,Clubs represented were Sun Coast,. VA U .- 9 to Choose from

    Crystal River Riverland-Brooker, -- cAllCJirnadc, LAUNDRY DETERGENT \ Monte Carlo, Cutlass' Toronado,'Rrenza, C-10
    St Cecelia-Lake -
    City Reaves Family ,} ow-.0 yy{ ---l-- '
    Strings-Gainesville, and the I NoToy.OM./s h.I lrlW HIM ft'*t uava.usar ..n.. t"Q p SAVE; BIG $$$$
    Gainesville Musicale
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    Mrs.Florida Ralph, Federations Kinsman, president Ralph. *1 id Weekly Used Car Starstruck, Specials

    > Kinsman, Sarasota; Mrs.-Joseph In '
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    Reaves, .Suwannee District Jr.
    ; Festival Chairman,and Mr. Reaves VAL VOLINE OIL 65 OZ.. DUTCH is
    Gainesville; and Dr. Arnold, Value To 1.19. HD30 Regularly 1.39. Heavy i I 4 / /
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    ' .;, Churches I. ,: *\\: ..... Starke964'5451 Starts Fridayfor

    NOTICE 2 Weeks
    from |page :i.\ Holy Ghost. We believe the punishment next meeting, before he takes his Halrplanesbr Alan
    years ago Is a classic statement: of of the wicked will be seat, publicly render his reasons for I The Brack's Brand.,Orange Slices
    fundamental doctrine: everlasting, and the joys of the such neglect and the church judgethe Hairstyles for 1980'sat
    "We believe the scripture of the righteous eternal". same". {pictured on the bock page of KateffidIt's
    old and new testament are the wordof The rules of decorum prescribedthat The church served as judge and 1 this week's circular Is Incor- Affordable PricesNElUS
    God and the only rule of faith and "Conference meetings shall be jury In those days when regular
    practice. We believe it impossiblefor constantly and duly attended to by courts of law were few and far bet rect. 18 oz. packages of BUNTE | time for' "
    man to recover himself from the every member but more especially ween. Members were frequently I BRAND ORANGE SLICES ore on moment of truth.,
    fallen state he is in by nature, by his males to whom government more called up and sometimes excom- i sale, 2 for$1..Only the picture his
    municated for drinking, dancing,
    own free will and ability. We believe belongs. Every RETAIL CENTERBY
    that God's elect shall be called and member of the church who shall ail having parties in their homes and I is in error. We apologize for ; :J.t3
    regenerated and sanctified by theM to attend conferences shall, at the failing to attend services regularly. any Inconvenience this may Appt Only P H. .- .. .. II

    ... I have caused. 964-4645 Friday 7:00, 9:15
    ...'- .... Starke
    118 S. Thompson St. -
    resew wart Sat A Sun. 4:45.: 7:00,9:15
    ,owes Weeknights 7:45:
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    Friday 7:10.: 1:20
    j%' : NUMBNESS & TINGLING Sal a Sun. 5:00..7:10.9:20

    Pastorium Dedication... y a ..f Weeknights 1:00:

    Key. 11. Parker, former pastor Call Today 473.7213 ...
    of the New Ilivrr Church, hands keyto
    the new astorium to its first or- 301 DRIVEN
    t'ullllntlllt..lIlIcJ! %Majcumber. CALL
    .. A F Starke 964.7484

    1 1p l A. p f Richard C. Tuner D.C. Fri. thru Mon.

    Girl Scout Friendship Same Day Emergency Appt

    Festival set Oct. 13 Complete Family Chiropractic aaaaCannibalistic.

    Gateway Girl Scout Council will care, including children
    hold its fifth annual Friendship { / / Humanoid Undergroun.
    Festival on Saturday, October 13,at Workers compensation and Dwellers.I _'

    are the Jacksonville 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Zoo.Over Festival 4,000 hours people M auto injuries accepted. -R i'0*' (OWMN All ttghtft....*....._'d vino....-*'_.. .
    are expected to attend. Most insurances accepted.
    There will be many educationaland :
    fun-packded booths with ta PLUSChildren .
    chances for children to praticipate.Some TULLER CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
    of the hands-on activities include Site Marker... Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, Fla. of the Corn 1

    crafts, face-painting, games This stone monument marks the site of the original church at Old Providence Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00: / Weekends & Evenings 473-7894 :
    addition to the zoo
    in Showtime:
    and ,
    animals prizes and rides. Admission founded ISI years ago, and burned to the ground In IH74. 7:45'j

    tickets are 50 cents for children 13
    and under and $1.00 for everyoneover 'j I II I
    13 years old. tJiMSM-TES* $1 JJNi!!
    Proceeds from this year's Friend- ,' i
    ship Festival will benefit Special : KnJJU: YC1Ql' Y
    ,
    for hanicapped
    Scouting, a program "
    children. :()arpel1.1Jg
    The public is invited. 0
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    Miss Olustee

    applicants neededby .
    ? th S4td I' '.1111lq
    Nov. 30 1 } n t a ,.Ia a) Udu Guar n a i Tf ttaiMi rotz 9nUl. "
    I1 tal r I" lu.n
    Applications! for the Miss Olustee tc. 1jr 1
    Festival Scholarship Pageant, spon- .; ,
    sored by the Blue-Grey Army, Inc. I Ij
    and a Miss America franchised j
    event, are now being accepted. 1
    Deadline for entry is November Now through October 22 .
    30, 1984, but participants are en- i
    couraged to submit their applica- It's a $2 BiWONYSAI.EI! i

    tions as early'as is open possible.to single The women competition .It'ss: America's biggest sale..and we're part of It! \

    (never married) between the ages We're an official headquarters for this National
    17-23, residing in Columbia, Baker, SMALL RUGS. s I
    Sale..the biggest sales event of the "
    LARGE RUGS year
    Union, Suwannee, Alachua, Brad- oi I
    ford, Clay and Putnam Counties. Rugs are made In all shapesand '
    The Miss America Scholarship sizes. Basically, rugs can be t .
    program provides more than $2 broken down Into three cate-
    million in scholarship funds, in addi- gories. These are: 1. Roomsize ;.
    tion to the prizes awarded at the
    rugs. 2.Area rugs (also called accent .
    local, state and national competitions. ,
    ). 3. Scatter (sometimes ais
    rugs rugs
    It also provides a forum for r
    showcasing the area's most talented called throw rugs).All rugs rolned
    young women. Judging is based on a fit into one these three groups. ,
    combination of personal interviews, A room-size rug generallycovers -(jIrf.
    appearance, talent and beauty. most of the floor surfacein t.-.t
    "This year's pageant-to be held on a room, but not necessarilyfrom
    February 23rd, will offer our local wall to wall. 'Pre finished s ..r'if..
    contestants even more scholarship standard size of room size rugs of be J >
    than in the We feel this ds the > vaWc 1
    money past. are 9 x 12 feet and 12 x 15 feet. Ihouw of t ) .
    is an excellent opportunity for our e to to ? .
    Area come in a variety of durets
    rugs ut
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    young women to subsidize their of na 1 b
    shapes... round, freeform, and Ma/sd NeN went 1, -
    futher education said ,
    Judy Come In dcP i It a ": '.' .:
    Scatter
    rectangular. rugs are
    Pomeroy, Exective Co-producer. 1.4,
    For more information,or to obtain those which are less than 3x5 : t
    applications, call ((904) 752.2058, feet.Rugs fcs) ,; 1 I., 11
    Monday, Wednesday or Friday from can serve as a focal pointin I .,.
    9 a.m- 6 p.m. a room, coordinate the various ;, ., 'f. "
    elements of a room, direct traffic ;" i'

    or separate a room into two 2.'week" :
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    parts. Visit our store today and yr .,
    look over our carpets and rugs. } vYacation '
    ,' 1 s for two )

    Teal Tile Badcock Home;:Furnish Ings Center %' at Sheraton. Hotel'V" ;

    To toothpaste clean piano to 'well keys,damp-apply & Carpet Is'your official headquarters for ,the anywhere In the world r' <'i

    ened well, cloth.wipe dry Rub and the keys buff 131N.Starke Cherry, Florida St. nationwide sale, and,, sweepstakes.' every year for the next 5, 04t! :' -' ;

    with a dry soft cloth. 964-7423 Be sure_ you visit,us during the sale.FREE years. Plus $10,000 In gold. ,,' !) :

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    .. 2 SECOND PRIZES; 2-week ,vacation for' two at the famous :
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    .-=.' ',SUN VISORcarprWldcdforIIQh'secin.PLUSeachwtnnerQnsSS.OOOln! Uva''I, ;'. .:
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    SALES A SERVICBWl f slats. Foam goer for comfort.Yoor 3 THIRD PRIZES:One week vacation for two at the Condesa Del ,;. '1

    RBPAiR ALL MAKES 4. *fast.for coming la dwtatf Mar In.Acapulco'Mexico.",Includes coach airfare., .. r ;:,, _' I" :f:
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    WE ALSO REPAIR : J Putch Resort Hotel at Lake Buena' Vista,Orlando (Disney World? \\f -k'I; ;?I v, |.
    STEREOS _.. Florida, Includes coach airfare. !
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    1111 "" VJS B ,ETC. Monday. thru Friday .$:30 am 6 pin, only) at any one of 12 quality hotels/resorts,,In.6 reglonat areas.ESTABLISHED : :-l5; ;

    8ATIUJTB TV SYSTEMS SALES a SERVICE, Saturday 830,am r2; pm 1M! f '"' "" ;.l

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    Tammy and Brandyn received a crown; a-: I
    ', studded scepter a trophy and a banner. The
    two Queens will ride in the University of '
    Florida-Gator Homecoming Parade set for Friday
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    On Saturday, Oct. 27, the two will be honored *
    guests al the 1985 Miss Alachua County ?
    Pageant at Gainesville High School. 1983 Miss
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    Black powder rifles are a mixture'of Cox had hunters checking the fit of
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    '! the late 1800's. A hammer tipped Bradford and Union counties is the
    :with a carefully measured piece of epicenter for rattlesnakes of this I
    4;fljnt'*Swings forward and ignites a type" and other interesting
    small charge which in turn ignites remarks. A simple holiday gift fora
    the larger charge behind the steel The kids got a relativly placid corn favorite. neighbor: decorate -
    shot in the barrel. Enthusiasts of the snake to handle with Cox' supervision an empty coffee can to I,
    old guns have formed clubs which which they passed around with match her kitchen decor ,,
    have been steadily increasing in delight after an initial bit. of trepidation and ,fill It with some handy I II
    popularity recently and hunting with on their part. kitchen utensils..wooden
    the guns seems to be more popular Camp officials were pleased with spoons, a whisk, a new rub LJ'k 1
    than ever this year according to the turnout and plan to continue the ber spatula. _______
    Redding. Hunter, Appreciation Day as an annual I I S
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    I number of hunters who are startingto "We are very pleased with the suc- ... ,
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    exciting to have so many of them,in'! 'for next year," Redding said.
    one place where they could all show "Hunters are lucky to have the wide
    off their.skills on1 the range." open spaces we have here in North Norman's MarketU.S.
    Hunters took turns firing at mark Florida and we hope we can make
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    I in the rear to begin the intricate Redding said the military firing
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    smoke spiraling in the air. "As you know we have had a lot of
    An archery contest was also held 'increased activity out here In 'the
    and a bow donated by Bear Archeryof months to a year due to a RESH MEAT SPECIALS
    Gainesville was given away as top larger number of units training at .
    prize ',' (the facilities here," Redding said. ,
    One of the biggets attractions at "We have seen a big increase In the
    the event turned out to be snake expert number of requests from military of Whole Boneless I Boneless Fresh
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    Is I ditlon in Starke to Lucile A. Decs Road to Robert :-.. and Shirley*Me' sold unit acre of land on CR 25"'south-of);
    1 Arrest in Pot Find At least one more arrest ex- W.C. and Mary Emery J.
    Donna
    to NuneryLivingston
    Lake
    pected In the case. Additional arrests for 20000. Callum for 13.500. 13 of Geneva Springs IV, a con- Sampson
    On Santa Fe RiverA are expected concerning the Georges' Properties, Ltd. sold an W. and Laura A. Ivey dominium, to Frances McKinney for $8,000., '
    old other four marijuana locations, according acre of land southeast of HeUbron sold lot 17 of Sampson Lake Villas to Senser, for sees,goo. Development Partnership .
    and Ely
    Graham
    40-year man was ar Vanls Brown
    Martin
    Springs to Vicky Sue K Johns for
    Brian 113,500. M. Brown
    to Denton.Bradford Millard C. and Applean of land on An
    rested October 3 and charged with sold a parcel
    for
    Rosier $3,300. E.M. and Marjorie Lewis sold a acreS
    to
    Starke Gary
    Sold fl in S.E.
    growing marijuana in the woods Dorlson S. & Marion E. Hoad solda parcel of land In Lincoln City to Joe Wand Donna L Brewer for$14.400.draws St. in Starke to Bhupatral and
    near his home off CR-18 near the land northeast of Nirmala B. Patel for$88.QW.
    of
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    Land Sales parcel and Frankie Mae Frazier for$4,100. L.J, and Audrey R. Kite sold a .
    Santa Fe River in Bradford County. Virginia M. Callan for$15,000. Eldon F. Ritchey sold lot 24 of Hit-
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    Five separate locations which hada $400,000 Each Week James R. Bragg sold a lot in Indian chey Estates near Keystone Airport "
    total of about 600 plants weighing Beach to Robert D. &Sherry M t I ,
    S. for
    to Anthony Lazarczyk $3,000.
    Land sales in Bradford '
    150 pounds were spotted from an County Strickland for $125,000. Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
    again topped the $400.000 mark the and lot 25 & 26 of Ritchey Estates to
    airplane operated by Alachua Combined Lake Properties, Inc.
    Sampson Donald R. Hodges and Anthony S.
    Narcotics Unit, who spottedthe week ending September 28. Total sold a lot,in Breamwood to David Lazarczyk for $6,000. Take 100 South to 24th Avenue nyrn right to farm
    illegal farmcrop while checking sales recorded was $436,300. Alan ft Patricia Ann Martin for '
    the south side of the river, which Dr.&Mrs.Sarnt sold lot 29 of Lake $20,900. Edwin sold L. and Josephine L. Now Open .Sat. 10:00 airs to 6:00 pm
    Williams 4.85 acres 3 miles
    Hampton Oaks to Wiley R. & BonnieG.
    serves as a boundary line betweenthe Teddy Harrison Sharp sold a north of Starke to Dale V. and Paula
    Azaleas
    Clark for 31000. Gal.I
    two counties, said InvestigatorDon parcel of land in Hampton to Rick D. Traylor for $45,000. 20. Off 3
    Beatrice Bryant sold lots in Santa
    Denton. Lynn&Katheryn Arthur for$13,000. L.J. and Audrey R. Kite sold an PLANTSacre
    Fe Shores to Norman A. It Lila C. LANDSCAPING
    William Hall was arrested and '
    Bobby Lee & Virginia Maxine
    land CR
    Foster for 37200. of on 225 south of '
    charged and with possession manufacturing of marijuana.marijuana Roy & Ann Mary Newman sold 10 Rolls Edgar sold E. McRee lot 11 of for Conerly$59,900.Estates to Sampson tone lk'rtia; ,Lorene. and VieHanging( Baskets, Fruit Trees, Custom Made Swings
    acres south of Hampton to Marvin L.
    Denton said a sopisticated watering Mark & Elaine Olin sold parcel
    Gene D. and Emmie K. Adams
    & Anita J. Cannon for$38,000.
    system pumped water from the San- of land on Pleasant Grove Rd. to sold a parcel of land in Lakeside to S.
    Patricia H. Marotta sold lot in All Nature Sings oJesus
    ta Fe River and a deep well on Hall'sland a Benny L. &Delores Tyson for$3.500. Lounette Richardson for $150,000. 984-71 09
    to the crop. 750 feet of hose and Sampson Lake Shore, to Shirley S.
    PVC pipe were found. He said a dry Strickland for $10,000. Land sales, totaling $412,200 for
    ing shed contained about 25 poundsof Gail Martin Roberts sold 13 acres the week of Sept. 14, included:
    marijuana and more of the weed of land on Slt-I6 east of Starke to R. Vernie E. and Gwendolyn M
    was found inside Hall's house.A V. Durrance for 1500. Thornton sold lot 9 of Crosby Lake
    1979 Ford pickup truck was impounded Martin, Jr. & Mary Elizabeth Shores to Clarence W, and Carla J.
    by the deputies.The truck's Gallion a parcel of land west of Taylor for 4200.
    bed was fitted with watering tanks Lawtey to Richard P.Tomlinson for Sandra Gayle Perry and GeorgeW. BUSTERS
    that were apparently used to water 35500. Degarmo sold a parcel of land on PRICE
    the crop. Claude Dewitt Revels,Jr. sold lots i C.R. 18 near Theressa to Jimmy,L. End of Year
    Bond for Hall was set at $10,000, in Santa Fe Shores to Benjamin P.& and Annie C. Sweat for $10,000.
    Hall was released on his own i Marjorie L. Jones for$22,500. Mark and Elaine Olin sold just
    recognizance. Ruth Veasy sold a lot in Jones Ad under an acre on Pleasant Grove


    84 5th Avenue

    I ObituariesMarjorie t CHRYSLER Luxury Package

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    V. CarpenterMrs. Funeral services were held Tues- and staff at Bradford
    Hospital, Inc. \ Radio
    Marjorie Vickery Carpenter day, Oct. 9, at 11 a.m. in the Chapelof for their patience and kindness during mofft Digital
    81, of St. Augustine Beach, diedSaturday the Archie Tanner Funeral Home l our father's extended illness. y List 6,712.00
    Sept. 29, in Flagler of Starke, with Rev. Gene Bass of The family of Clinton 1_.. Save '2049.00
    Hospital.A ficiating. Burial was in Lawtey
    native of Jacksonville, Mrs. Cemetery under the direction of Ar- .
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    Carpenter was the widow of DwightW. chie Tanner Funeral Home. $14,66300AC
    .Carpenter and had lived in the
    St. The family of Nelma S. Keen 84 Daytona
    Augustine Beach Florence Ennis
    area lor four wishes to express their thanks to
    years. She was a retired postal Florence Ennis,70,of Starke, died each one who so graciously 2.2 Torbo tngine
    clerk Starke Post Office; was amember Wednesday, Oct. 3, at her home.
    remembered Fifth Avenue
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    of the Eastern Star, Starke The Grand Rapids, Mich. native one. The support and assistance our loved PS, PB, 5 speed Chrysler 8 4 Gran
    Chapter No. 224, and was a memberof moved to Starke 13 years ago and. prayers, visits calls, flowers, AM-FM Cassette Fury

    Church Asbury of Orange Park United Park. Methodist was Survivors of the Baptist include faith.one daughter, all memorlams,' cards, and food were List Ml,556.00Save USED 4 Door, AC, Elect

    Survivors include two daughters, Jackie Jean Hill of Adrian, Mich.; deeply appreciated by us. '1 1,05ZOO Windows, AM-FM
    Mrs. William Carroll (Shirley) one sister, Elizabeth Ellen Osmond, 318V-8
    Blaylock of St. Augustine Beach and Keystone Heights and three grand- NOW $10 50400 CARS'List
    Mrs.David (Nora) Reid of Jackson- children. Card of ThanksThe Ml,250.00
    ville; five grandchildren and three Funeral services were held at 11" Save 'lQl 7.00
    great grandchildren. a.m. Tuesday night at Braum family of J.T. Richardson'
    Graveside funeral services were Funeral Home in Adrian, Mich. wishes to thank everyone who extended 83 Aries $ ,
    held Wednesday,Oct.3, at 12 noon at Burial was in Lenawee Hills the kindest sympathy for our' 80 Buick 2 Door NOW 10,23300Skylark
    Greenlawn Cemetery, Jacksonville. Memorial Park, Adrian, Mich. Ar- Brief at the death of my husband, '
    chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke dad and Pa J.T.by saying the follow 2 Door $5950. BcLwUBBBHBBBBBI BBRSBUHMHMBB HHI BBB
    Earl N. PrevattEarl in charge of local arrangements. ing: AC, PS, PB
    N. Prevatt, 67, of Lawtey, "When you lose someone you love Cassette 77 Datsun
    died Friday at his home.A It't hard to bear the sorrow, i AM-FM 82 Aries
    Lawtey native, Mr. Prevatt Card of ThanksThe And It takes strength and courage Pick Up
    owned and operated a pulpwood Just to try to face tomorrow. $325000 4 Door
    company and was a retired, family of Clinton Eaves But the many words of others 1250
    employee of Sunland, Gainesville.. wishes to thank'everyone who ex- And their' warm concern for us 4450 I
    He attended the Church of God of tended kindness and sympathy for Has helped' sustain' us from day to -
    Lawtey, our grief at the death of our father day 78 Chevy"" 75'Dsdge "" ,
    -Survivors include his wife,. Louie- by saying the following: .! ;. '.'. l.- Ard has.... been. o'..great comfort >t', ..t.\\ awm' ) ; \ -; :,.."" Ov..;., 82 Datsun' 0:' ; e", ql'>
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    ,Prevatt,Jr., Robert A. Prevatt, and Or tat quietly In a chair We thank you so much for T1450 1450
    Francis Eugene Converse, all of Perhaps you tent a funeral spray whatever part you played. *850
    Lawtey; two daughters, Virginia If to, we taw it there. By the Family of
    I Brice of Lawtey and Genelle Under- Perhaps you spoke the kindest' J.T. RICHARDSON
    I wood, Green Cove Springs; two words Juanita (Nita) Richardson,wife 75 Ply Century Hunting Buggy
    sisters, Dorothy Tetstone of Starke At any friend' could toy. Mike Richardson,son Wheel Drive Special I $1 050|
    and Joyce Carter of Lakeland; two' Perhaps you were not there at all, Sam Richardson,son
    brothers, J.D. Prevatt, Lawtey and Just thought of us that day. Steven Richardson,son
    Albert Prevatt of Starke; 13 grand- We wish to extend our appreciation Jeff Richardson,son
    children and 10 great grandchildren. to Dr. Chienki and Dr. Gianas Mark Richardson sonDeWayneandJoshuaRichardson CHRYSLER

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    CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b. tub- OCTOBER 13i Saturday only. 8:00.4:30.: : 'B3 LINCOLN 4-door. Signature ssrl I.s. SEWING MACHINES REPAIREDi All BRADrOKDCOUNVTELEGRAPH P

    mltted to the Bradford County SR 16 on Prison ground. Bunk bed, Llk. new. 473.2214.8/30 Hn moke cleaned oiled ancladjusted.SIS. ,

    Telegraph oHIc In writing and paid In refrigerator, toy, clothe (all lie*), 1982 FORD F-100 TRUCK Excellent Cond. Work guoront rd. Jam. 964-6305 r: lilIcJar( :
    advance unless credit )I. already. barstools, much more. Itpd 10/11 Asking$5800.Call after 5:00, 9644238. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and
    established with this office.. SATURDAY OCTOBER Ml 9-2 p.m. 9/13 Hn Hwy. 16. Starke. 12m tfn NO CASH NEEDED
    THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Across from Southside EI.m. Bedding, IS IT TRUE you can buy l..ps| for $44 CHAIN LINK FEMCIt: Installed. Free 1985 2 BR Mobil. Home. REALT

    RESPONSIBLE! FOR MISTAKES IN household goods, recorder, jewelry through the U.S. Government? Get the .estimate Handy-Man F.nc. Co. Can Be Your for 149.63

    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER toy., bathroom vanity.. Rain cancel. fact todayl! Call 1-312-743-1143, ..,. Owner Tomm. Reddish, 961.8559.3/29 per mo. with approved
    THE TELEPHONE Itpd 10/11 609.9/20 EOW 11/01 fin credit Call} Mr Bradley
    Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY THURS. ft FRI.I Second railroad crossingon 192 CHEVY PICKUP Good condition.Call MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King slie. for detail PHONE 964.7776'ERWILII.GAR ,
    NOON prior to Thursday publication. GrIHIs loop on I.h,1tpd 10/11 9644985. ltchg 10/11 Also have quilts for sole. Assorted 473-7237 CKIUA
    Minimum charge 13 word for$2.75. FRIDAY B SATURDAY Oct. 12 13. Off, 1976 MERCURY MONTIGO MX 351 ccngln. '''z.. and designs.. Betty Hlldebrond, 205 N. Temple, Starke I

    th.n 10 tenti for each word thereafter. Laura Church Rd. Follow ilgn. .. All or part. Call 964. 09. Itpd .964.8122. 6/21 tfnchg 1.A'
    Something for everyone. 1 tpd 10/11 10/11 WANTTODRINKT GRAPES
    CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON TWO FAMILIES Friday. 900: a.m. 1981 VW CONVERTIBLE $6600 Firm. Call THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS SPECIAL REDUCED

    t FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). Crockpot clothing, houieware .tc. 964-6030. ltchg 10/11 WANT TOSTOI"THArS ? YOU PICKMuscadines PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEY-NW 75TH

    For SI23 ((25-words), your ad will go Into N. 301 lust before SR 225. Itchg 10/11) 1977 CHEVY IMPALA Station Wagon OURS AVE. 2V ACRES. SELLING PRICE ,ONLY
    56 Florida newspaper (dallies and FOURTH HOUSE ON LEFT behind Handy PS/PB. A/C, Electric window **M Alcoholics Anonymous96441SO9646f94964S44 DOWN PAYMENT.
    39900. WITH
    !t weeklies) for a Circulation of 1.000,000 Way on Griff I Loop. Oct. 12 thru Oct. seat. New tire*. $1475. 782-31. MWHpd & ScuppernongsLook $7,900
    reader Make that money work for 20. Everyday .xc.pt Sunday. 8:00 a.m. 10/11 ALANON For Sign FINANCED BY OWNER 12% FOR 15

    : you..Sell the FCAN way. Call to 2:00 p.m. Weather permitting., Itpd, 1979 CHEVY CORDOBA: ;.On* owner, FAMILY GROUP YEARS. MO. PMT. $379.25. IMMACULATE.

    . 964-6303, ask for Sylvia, Today. 10/11 elec (eat* and window, tilt wheel I 964-6219 LILLY'S VINEYARD STORAGE SHED 10'x20. BARBECUE PIT,&'
    ' DON'T DELAY'CAIL TODAY I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 9 a.m. til ?? cruise, $1775. 782-3JIO.: pel thru'/16 ft GOURD MUSEUM

    Baby Item and cloth.., women 1980 AMC CONCORD Station wagon DL BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE! ..... PATIO.
    BUSINESS clothing (.z. 9 and up) men 'Item*. 514 Pkg. Air.'PS. ft. 4800 mile.. luggage Call Lit Longley. 961.5010.8/30 tfn .WE NOW HAVE FOUR NICE HOMES

    W.st Adkln Street. Itchg 10/11 rack $2,25078231l0. Itpd 10/11 WILL DO TRACTOR WORKS John Hwy 100 Florohom.- AVAILABLE FOR LEASE.
    OPPORTUNITIES COMMERCIAL COFFEE MAKER, Misc. 1971 FORD-VAN: PS, PB. AC. Run good Clemon Ph. 964-7278. No lob too big 12 MI. E. of Keystone
    I 2-Ton Air conditioner motor. ..I.e.heot.r $1950. 7823110. ltpd 10/11 or too mall. 9/204tpd 10/11 659.2121Shop 04 BR, 2 BA ON MORGAN RDi Hawffully'fond.'
    baby clothe. Thurs.. Frl,&Sat. 1972 CHEVY PICKUP SWB. Look and NEED SOMEONE TO DO THINGS YOU ceped with swimming pool surrounded by ch.....

    OWN' YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, 233 N. Bay Street. Ruby Hudson. Itchg runs good. AM/FM. Goody.or HAVE NO TIME FORT Rofrlg., oven, aLHBH link fence, paved drlvewey. "2.110O. '
    Ladle* Apparel Combination Ac 10/11 Wrangler radial tire, nice wheel kitchen cabinet, window, carpet & OVER 100 FT ON LAKE BROOKLYN) By Appro*,,3".
    cessorie, Lorg. Size Store. Notional SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 ONLY: Three 4-speed. $1,550. Call 964-4924 after 6. cleaning, etc. Keystone. Starke and Compare!!] ft. deep w/small cottage..$17,000,
    brand: Jordoch., Chic lee, Levi, miles west of Lawtey on SR 323, follow Itpd 10/11 ,Melrose. Call 473.3501.10/4! tfn Special Insurance forl LAKE ALTO ESTATES: Mobile "hem 2/2", $21,900,

    Vanderbllt. (sod Esprit, Brlttanla, signs. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Women 1976 AMC HORNET SPORTABOUT. I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMEi Five day a Mobile Home Parks! ,,plea storage bldg. ,

    Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan and men clothe, shoes, children running condition. Good mileage. wee). Call Elaine. 964.8396. 10/4 4tchg ..All types of home- .3 BR. 1% BAl 37100. BrIck CH1A. $32,000;>> mtg.
    Picon., Claiborne, Member Only, clothe, AM/FM radio, women handbags Good body and clean Int.rlor. 1700.. 10/23 owners policies for] price If you qualify. 104 Lang St.

    Organically, Grown Healthtex. 700 material & pattern, much mor. 964-4459 anytime. ltpd 10/11 BATON LESSONSi Saturday Oct. 6. St. mobile homes. .HAMPTON LAKE Redwood brick home with S BRand
    oth. .. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory, Call 7823171. Itchg 10/11 1959 CHIVYI Motor run good. New)* Edward' Catholic Church; beside high 2 BA. Fireplace, .c"'d porch en nicely .......
    airfare, training fixture, grand MOVING SALE Good Call for I IOlin's
    openIng election. Used some body work upholstery. 368 N.Cherry school at 11 a.m. $4 per lesson $16 Quote coped acre plus tot. 4200. '
    etc. Can op.n IS day. Mr. Keenan rider and walk.behind lawnmower St. 9646957. or best offs
    ((305)) 678-3639. Itpd 10/11 $330 month. All ages. 10/4 2chg 10/11 Mobile HISTORICAL HOME IN LAWTEY Six bedroom,two
    chalnsaws oth.r bargain 10/11
    many Itpd
    CARPINTRY! Repair, addition, porches bath on 7'/ acre. 2 mobile home hookups. Only
    STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT 322 S. 1974 CHEVY PICKUP, $450. 333 Lok.Str..t. .
    i decks, stair, storm I screen Home Sales .
    $9,900. 10 lets tened MH. _
    Walnut St. Stork. 9648568. 10U'2tchg
    llpd 10/11
    LAND FOR SALE Call
    doors Installed. Minor plumbing. HOME a .APPROX.! 49 ACRES HWY'U,)' S99.0OO.
    10/18 1976 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 2-door. Elaine M. Olin, Agent
    9646232. Itpd 10/11 ,
    4-PAMILY GARAGE SALE Five :mile* $895. Call 964-7623. ltpd 10/11 CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT Will do I 1 Assm. mtg. of appro. S4B.OOO et ..%, ,:,... pmt

    S-10 ACRE LOTS.near lawtey on Road west of lawtey on Rd. 123. 9 a.m. to S '71 FORD TRUCK BED for' short wheel private duty care by hour, day 8 _k. 964-5606 $31S.". Owner* will carry second mf,. for $20,000

    125. Call 964-4983. 8/16 tfn pm. Fri. A Sat., Oct. 12, 13. Itchg bo... $200.: Like new. 964-5514. Crosby Experienced. For further Information ssessssm ,ot 13".
    OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: High and 10/11 Lak. Itpd 10/11 :call 964.8937. Itpd 10/11 TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE. cleared w/appro
    dry wooded lots, suitable:for mobile BABY CLOTHES handmade craft, other '7S DODGE window van. $700; 77 18 ft. LAWN NEED MOWING Shrubs need I ; F FLORILAND 700' an Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep welli.3 septic tanks,

    home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. cloth.* & mist Saturday, October 13 Nomad self-contained travel trailer. pruning? Phone 964-4116.; Itpd 10/11 2 MH, Butler Bldg. Stocked pond t creek.

    W/S15O dn., $63.14/mo. Exc. hunting 9.4 p.m. 512 N. Water Street. ltchg $2,200.Or both for $3,500.77 Dodge MESSAGE TO FILIPINOS If you will remit REALTY COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 21 S'' ON 3011

    and fishing. Own.r 904-236-4379 or 10/11 WD, 2000. Call 473-3231. Itpd 10/11 ,dollar to your folk bock home, try my located In the Heert of Sterfce.; Appro.. ]BOO sq. ft.'
    9046222438. 91204tpd 10/11 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Behind Textile '77 CHIVY STATION WAGON 964-7700 PROUD
    fat-ecure way. PESOS delivered WE ARE TO OFFER en*of Bradford County's,
    APPROX. 2 ACRES FOR SALE) Three Town. Saturday. Oct. 13, 9.4. Itchg AC/PS.PB. Run' good. '83 PONTIAC '
    anywhere In Philippine ((904)) 396 N. T.mpl. Ave.Vernie truly luxurious homes situated acres from the
    Two2BR.
    mobile homes, good condition. 10/11
    GRAND PRIX loaded. 9644092. 10/11 333-0120 (fcan) Country Club. Extraordinary'privacy and .rac'.u.U"lng .
    P. Odom .
    1 both One-3 BR, 1'4 BA. On. THREE
    FAMILIES Fri.
    ; Thurs., Sot,9 until tfn
    GOOD INCOME:Working with mall from Brek.r-GRI ere available In this 3 BR, 2% BA. brick ho.....
    hook-up for mobile home. 4'wells. 4 ?? All kind of clothe, toy., andoth.r
    (home.. For detail end tamped self- An of condition.
    uncommon concept living. Superb
    tanks Located Griffls .
    loop Item
    septic on 624 N. Church .St. Itchg
    Starke, FL s.t5.500. One-Third down, 10/11 MOBILE HOMES addressed envelope to F. Fudg., 1916 SPECIAlSi '.A SPECIAL !PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE: Enoy| the

    balance owner financed at 10% for up FRIDAY OCTOBER II:9 a.m. til ??Olln'. FOR SALE -Spire St.. Jacksonville, FL 32209 .2 story home early pleasure. available In ,this,beautifully constructed
    to 10 y.ars. 964.6493.9/27 fin Mobile Home Park Morgan Rd. entrance (Icon) GOVERNMENT 1900s. Port hoe been whit. brick 4 BR 3 IA with a greet swimming' pool.
    TO
    $14.55 SOS5S/YR
    FARM FOR SALEi Starke 12.9 first Designed with the family In mind.
    area. acre rood on left second
    renovated. Could b. 2
    JOBSi for finding/obtaining |lobs
    approx. .3 ocr. cleared 7 pecan tree.. hou... Itpd 10/11 SKYLINE MOBIL HOME CENTER Hwy. Steps DISCOVER A WORLD OF BLISSFUL PRIVACY within
    Send $11.95 check or opts.
    2 8R mobil. home. Good condition THURSDAY FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 301 N, Stark. Com *ea Dee Ramon explained fully. this new tone A cypress, dramatic, contemporary
    order JJM ASSOCIATES CBLK. 3 4 BR
    to hom.;
    now or
    pump and septic tank 29000. On. Maytag washer, $73; quilting frame.. for the bargain*.964-4414 or 9644778.. .money an a 10-Ae. site In the city. Sumetoeu touches In"! ,
    third down, owner inane.}(a"10fo $60 and household t.ms. 1222 Bradford 4/36 tfn .' : .' ".0. 'Box 92102 Santa Barbara CA t,.s.umabi.'inlg baths. 1 With,. llVt,%, chide gorgeou wellpeper. 21irpac.s141: .. :2 BA.!''lJ '
    I 9M90..(fcan) .
    7 yeiri? 9646493. Ern..t 'W"Afjen." St. Itchg 10JjI.i/O..aaiU: ;; ) AS: 13x60 MOBILE HOMEi3. ,BJfoHf!) A..CH/A' IN"r 11:1"1.: ???, rnn ?, y .Jt. :' GetdFhNlirlliM" trtifflC ''pbH. I .o..v IU.
    a. .,KM*e/a7Mtta>*<...1>)" ,!"'tijk7& DVV NP1RtM "t SATURDAY; OCT*I*: f..,.,tn.'f tom p.rri?******$r 30.i ca l,964-474\
    ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood. Home furnishing sole. Corner of State 7912407. 10/4 4tchg 10/25 blade hollow ground and Building I.OOOsq. designed' this handsome. :2.story, cedar at
    $3.000.$300 down $7$) per'mo. Call Rood 16 and Con.rly Estate.. All Item 1982 CONCORD TRAILER 14x60. 2 Bd. mower balanced. Leave' at Jackson Building ft. Could easily be twe Country Club. 2SB4 .... ft. on 2 lot*. Beaut. Insul.
    964-3606. 10/4 tfn furnished afflc. ., each with
    r.asonably priced and must be old Partly 10500. 964-4693.
    In Starke, Height or Fireplace. Only 3 eld.SP S17S.DOO S73.00O:
    Supply Keystone yrs.
    mtg.
    1.7 ACRES off Breaker Rood (CR 227). that day. 10/4 2tchg 1011MOTORCYCLES 10/11 3 chg 10/25 separate entrances, '
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    Lak. Butler TFNchg ot "/ % Mo. Pmt. S69B.96,
    4000. $400 down $73 p.rmo. Call 1 BEDROOM: Stove, hot wat.r heater.A Less than $20 sq. ft. '
    GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors window, ROOM TO ROAMI 2S6S sq. H.home I Is located. on
    9645606. 10/4 tfn I I.. $3SO..964.7169., Itpd 10/11 Building with lots of
    : etc:, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 3% Ac. w/3 BR. 3 IA t CH/A. Has panelling ft
    14% ACRES off Forsythe Road. $1.993 CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 25X down. 2 Lot*. space. 3 dlff.r.nt
    Order also taken In LakeButler ,
    964 6078.
    ocr ocr. Has a large pond. $2.000 .and doublewldej Cement boot romp, stares. Owner will holdmart.ag. fireplace. $105,000. .
    : Call 496-3079 and Keystone .4.' Ac.t Beaut brick home. Appro MOO .... ft, 3
    down $200 p.r mo. 9645606.104tfn SALESALSSALEi Curie Cycle. Hwy. beautiful. Also (large 2 Story house on to qualified
    473.4973.2/26 fin
    H.Ights .. old Greet
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    301 South. 1980 GS 1100 loaded Hwy 100 with full basement. Call buyer. y. room w/flreplece. Camp

    SI995.964-6020. 9646020. Itcha 1011NODOWNPAYMINT Wa pAGe.' _.. ... .Acresg.14.c, plus mtg.
    QUIET LIVING 3 II
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    FOR LEASE 1981 GS 330 6.000 mile.. $1095. ( 1642' an Forsyth. Rd. .
    9646020. f ____ Small house, needs Ing St. CB w/apprex. 1700 *,,. ft. .'

    1979 GS 423L. 9,000 mile. $795. N.w 14x703 BR/2 BA 'I repal,.. Can beet this THINK COUNTRY Converted OW en 10 A. fenced
    400 SQ. FT. BUILDINGon, Hwy. 301' 964-6020. 0 Mobile Home. $21997 Log Splitter I \buy. land. Grow ..' .. en cleared 2.S A. 3 II. IV. BA
    South. 1.000 month. For Informa w/scrn'd !beck parch. Patio end Utll. SIS.000.
    per 197 HONDA SSOt 4-cylnder! 8.300 per mo. with approved Out of Pawn: 24 ec 3 BR, 2 IAhoes. rm. ,
    tion end requests to P.O.: Drawer A, miles.. Windshield C .hl.ld. touring credit. Call Mr, Bradleyfor .. '5 .4 II STUCCO) He ..... apartment.. On' 1.4 Ac.
    Stark.,,Florida 32091. Itchg 101 tJ test 2 .helmets luggage rock. $650. detail Executive steel ;'desk For. Rentw6 old. Has Appro yrs.for Estate settlement. Wo S4S.OOO. Now $40.000

    7823110. Itpd 10/11 473-7337 drawer* B 3 drawer pig., concrete nursery COMPLETELY! RENOVATED Coty brick stucco en
    file cabinN$65.0i ha been p.es Rd. 230A. 3 BR. 1 BA.CH1A. Beautifully decereted..
    Subscribe! used as hog
    .4 .. farm.S SECLUDED,CHARMING: Only 6 ,re.ald. 2-story. $

    __ r 130- ho.19646974 ... I".3'/i BA,CH4A'seperate oHIce.city'1..lts.fl./"
    r .r good term ..
    nozzle . . pond en 7 acres. Have to see to bellevel 100000.
    RADIATOR Ill ac. Owner will
    Trampolines 1TARKE .Stereo from$33.00 and hold .0.... mtg. .'NICE ACREAGE Great prlc.-20plus acre* located.
    : en Morgan Rd. 3 well" 2 tanks. barn I
    up. Day or '/..1'oc.. lot Coed Sep. sm.
    NightSouthern *
    toolshed. Can be dl"I...... $27.000 s..ar $50,000.11.
    'I ,' Factory* Direct & AUTOMATIC TRANS 301 PAWN SHOPNorth I [term., toned trailers. 701 W. CALL STi Only $35,0001."Beautifully'ep.' I

    for 301. lowt y painted 2 BR tuper living and dining 1'....... Plus 2
    Loy-A-Woy now enclosed por-k. kltch_.
    Cosy Separate garage.NEARLY .
    Christmas, ii,, _
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    VACUUMSALE .
    1, NEW ANTIQUE BRICK:On 2'Ac, Located
    $25" Down VillasApartments Roberts Rd. off Rd. 16. 3 BR,2 BA.'OUA.Cerport

    8 ft. x 12ft. :$235 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Coq S ''..old.2
    13 h. Round. $299 934-6810 NEW,& USED .BR..t'/. BA, CH/A. Double carport.en 3 Ac.IVtNIHOt .

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    Corner of SR ,16 & US 301 We'Finance Our Own' ,
    752.1999 752-9412 -- 2 Bedrooms Now Available &A".Noun..W..i4". 11I\1 oooo SMMesnvmociAM

    732-3383 ..lake City We Do Genera! Automotive ReSubscrlbe1 Central H.at;Stove, Refrigerator, ROYALS KIRBYS TOMMY JOHN OSISNI CMASf SU-llll AIM. *M.JINOVtSWAHOtM .. MAXIMS.SOOTH.M._...".".."

    Custom Drape EUUEKAS ,74SS PArS Muuwn MS-ISO

    Wall to Wall Carpet A More HOOVERS W..OOUO&.I--. 'JOHN IAN/0.O 483151
    Co/iMonfer/ PASO' oooci**.4.tir
    964-6703 Call 964-729S or 764-4214 ELECTROLUX
    Chimney Fires FILTER QUEENS eame s MemRlBaiB* .

    .Are,Among the Top 10 .El001 Southern Villa Drive SEARS c&cMiniStorage. ,

    PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS' Home-fire HojtorcU ._......_......., 'Hwy.16W COMMERCIAL, fg9\

    A Dirty Chimney We repair.all.makes a
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    Heat loss L).. AI 'Young's Hwy 301-South-Stark;; .

    Smoke-Filled Room Since" '* MIS,el Shopping Center o' 11
    FDolt-Yow s.I|f. And Save 1957'
    1.2 ft 3 Bedroom Apt*. ., r

    From' '158M'.to '297" And Protect,Family your ham.. r $ $, 964.6918 l ', 9U- 020 (

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    SERVICES CARS TRUCKS RETIRED LADY OR RETIRED COUPLE to 44 FOOT MOBILE NOME with addition I
    FOR RENTKYSTONI PERSONAL MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. live In, clean house. cooking ft driver. 3/4 acre fenced 2 BR. I .... A/C. central I
    & BOATS'I Mobile home and spoors for rant. 431-1187. 10/4 2tchg 10/11 heat. New carpet new well. Mos
    HEIGHTS CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work ( Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone THE FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUARD It furnished 20000. Call 964-5928 noel

    RtAITV.MAlTOIt kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. 20 FT. MOTOR HOME Completely 468.2912.9/16 tfn looking for young M.S. grads, In- to 6:00: p.m. 9/214tpd 10/18
    Rental Property Aval table! Reatonable prlcet. Call 473-4018 after equip., Chev. 350 motor power iter- MOBIL HOMES FOR RENTS One mile crested In construction electrical', AUCTION Walt' Auction. Every Friday

    ZONED. FOR BUS/NESS-C.ntrol location 5:30: p.m. 1/9 tfnchg Ing and brake, auto tran., $6,500 from Stark city limit Clean. Hwy. 16 plumbing vehicle malnt., masonry night at 7:30: p.m. One block oH 301 on
    on HWY21. 850 q.ft... $300 per mo. CARPET AND VINYlt Repair and In..tollatlon. 473-2863. Itpd 10/11 W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. heavy equipment operator, and other SR 16 next to NAPA Auto Ports.Everyone .
    WHITE SANDS LAKE 2BR 1 BA, CB .. Free ettlmate Ten year 1912 FORD ESCORT 4 door air, auto CLEAN MOBILI HOMES for rent. On engineering fleldt. Earn While You welcome 'lark.. Flo. 10/4. .
    haul, tcreened porch garag. $325; ..p.rl_.. Call 473-4217 and atk for tram., power steering and brake*.. Hwy. 16 W. Clot* to prlton. Call Learn Contact TSG Carl Slaver at 2tpd 10/11

    mo. Craig. 9/17 tfnchg 40,000 miles, $5,200. 473-2863 Itpd 4681323. 10/07 tfn. 9045332268. 10/4! 4tchg 10/23 ONI COMPLETE O-l PRICK (Saw Mill)
    2/1 FURNISHED COTTAGE on lake HANDYMANt All kind of home repair, 10/11 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly. monthly MALI HELP WANTED To train on, web Edger with P-Unlt, forklift Alto two

    Brooklyni Available now through Jun. mobllehom repair, and fix-up need. nil DODGE HALF-TON standard rot**. Palm Apartment., 3314 N. Temple newspaper pret Must be 18 year of racing go-cart with trailer Call

    ; $250/month. No fob too tmall. Minor plumbing transmission, 6 cylinder AM radio Ave 7/28 tfn age or older and hove own trontportatlon. 496-2729. No collect call. 10/4 2tpd
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY repair. Cleaning tervlce. Light haul heater A/C topper 57,000 actual ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTHi Plant located In Maxvlll. f la. Call 10/11
    R.alhrr73-HM ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening. miles, one owner. $2,995.: Call W/SwImmlng pool. Mold service: 12899103. Itchg 10/11 WINNIE THE POOH BABY CRIB Whit. I

    I 6/21 tfnchg 5/17 tfnchg.CARMICHAEL'S. 473-7047 Itchg 10/11 linens Included Restaurant and lounge WANTED: Someone to complete drywall Vary clean and In good condition. Mat-
    PAINTING Interior- 1970 V.W. SQUAREBACK In good runn on premliet. Utllitle Included. finishing our new addition Call evenIngt trot need torn repair. $25.00 coth.
    2 BR MOBILE HOME '. lIv. Oak Form exterior., Reference. 473-7517 Stpd ing condition. Mutt sell. Atklng\ $650. $300/mo. Free parking. Econo Lodge of and weekend, 782-3949. Itchg 9647512. Itchg 10/11
    Estates. $185/month. 4732337. Itpd 9/27 1026PRESSURE 473-7893 Itchg 10/11 Stark. 964.7600.03 tIn 10/11 FIREWOOD Keystone Methodist Church
    10/11 I WASHING Remove dirt 14 FT. FIBERGLASS. BOAT tilt trailer 18 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 hoe seasoned oak firewood for ole. A

    mildew and peeling paint from hornet, h.p. Evlnrud. $825. 8 ft. fiberglass BA apt. For more Information call Lake FOR SALE longbed pickup delivered and stacked
    WANTED driveway, d.ck., patio. and mobile dinghy. $83. Coll 4733992. Itpd 10/11 Butler Apt., 4963141. Equal Opportunity for only $45.00. Call 473.2386'or

    home.. Call Rick at 473.2432.tchg 197S CHEV. IMPALA 4 DR. A/C P/S. Houtlng. 6/7 tfnchg 473.3829 for delivery of any length
    GOOD LATE MODEL Pickup with A/C. 9/27-10/18 P/B AM/FM Cassette player run FURNISHED A/C KINGSIBY LAKE COT- LAKE ALTO ESTATESj',MH 24x63. 2 BR 2 Llghterwood kindling oleo for sate
    P/5 P/B and step bumper. Call ELDERLY CARE Hourly dally, weekly. good. $895. Call 4732760. Itpd 10/11 TAGEi 3 BR. $350 month. 10-month BA. One acre plus landicaped. A/C Itpd 10/11
    4732277. Itpd 1011MOTORCYCLES Cook clean and/or |lust keep com lease No pet, no children. ,964.6491, bay window, calling fan. cathedral SINGER SEWING MACHINI with cabinet.

    pany. Reference upon request, settingup FOR SALE 9/06 tfn ce'llng, man.tro.. 39900. Contact Kenmore> portable Make an offer
    Pleate phone SPLITTERS For rent by day or hour .
    tchedule now. LOG owner eve, or weekend 468.1055. 9644993. Itchg 10/11
    4732289. 4tchg 9/27.10/18 Call 964-6974. 10/4 tfn 9/27 4tchg 10/18 SOFA BED Good condition. $125. Call
    SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS. PVC 2 BRacrot
    CARE depen- HOME-KEYSTONI HEIGHTSl
    CONVALESCENT Exp. MOBILI MOBILE HOME FOR SALI Keystone 9647521. Itchg 10/11
    1976 KAWASAKI 90. Road or treet, low doble. will do light housekeeping and pipe and fitting Water softener, from Lake Geneva. $155 per Height 2 BR across from lake MAR WHITETAIL ARCHIRY SET
    mileage. $100. Call 4732760. Itpd cooking. Keystone Area. Ann R. Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgl., month. Furnished or unfurniahed. Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down. Camouflage, left-hand complete. Bow

    10/11 I Carlew 4737931. $4 per hr.. 9 hr. 473.400624 tfnchg 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn Mutt remain on lot for five years case, 2 do arrow and many extra.
    10/. 10/11 AMWAY PRODUCTS! Call to place your SPACES AVAILABLE: A* of October
    minimum. 2lpd TRAILER 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tin $250. Neg. Call 964.4610 after 4 p.m.
    FOR SALE ODD JOBS Have truck. Call 4732289. order. Nutrilit. Vitamin Need extra 1. Under nw management NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Itpd 10/11
    HOUSES 10/4-10/25 Income? Call ut for cletoll Bradford Motel). Call 964-4713 for, In
    4tchg ( Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great FOUR YEARLING HOLSTEIN BULLS 50
    HOUSECLEANINGdep.ndable hornet 473-3671.9/10 tfnchg formation. 9/27 tfn for and TELEGRAPH: cents pound. Call 9648582.
    patching repalrt. per 10112tpd /
    MORT. Keyttono
    ASSUMABLE SR-26 2V4 mlleteatt
    II 1/2 SWAN CREST NURSERY
    constructed home clean-up. HOMIi Silver Spring area. ,
    or newly "COUNTRY
    135 W. Call St. 964-6305. 1018CONSOLE
    Club Estates 2 BR 1 1/2 bath, of Melrose. Azalea tale, 50 cent 2... CH/AC.
    ,
    Have referencei. 473.2289tchg Available Nov. 1.3 BR.
    laundryroom 71 SUZUKI MOTORCROSS BIKEr RM 250. TURNTABLE AM/FM STEREOs
    norwegian brick grtatroom each $5 limit. 473-1639 8/16tfnchg .
    fenced 10/4-10/29 Energy saving woodburnlng ttov New motor over all good condition. New diamond needle. Coll 9644409.Itpd .
    ,
    porch garage cyprai HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm tec- and lost
    Will remodel, required. First
    HANDYMAN repair or $360 mo.. lease
    .$46.500 clude motorcro boot, leather, etc, 10/11
    back yard walk down.to golf 473.2538.ves.court or odd on. No lob to .mall.. Alto roof lion plus organ mu.lc.$995.473.4648 Call month rent $300 deposit. Call 500. Call Jcdy. 964-4467. Itchg 10/11 PISTOL Charter Off-Duty. 38 col. tpl. 3"
    with $11.500 473-2210 weekday or
    weekendt. 9/13 tfnchg repair. Call 475-3359 after 4 p.m. Itpd weekend for appointment to .... tfn 13320177. 10/4 tfn Clean. Threemile. ATARI VIDEO GAME 200 Like newt!. barrel stainless tteel with holster and
    I ENERGY EFFICIENT 3 BR 2 BA on 10/11 TYPEWRITER Smith Corona SMALL HOUSES 3 room Storage cote and game Great cleaning' kit. $150 firm. 9644409. Itpd
    [NEW ELECTRIC .
    ACTION CARPET CLEANING Shampooand out of town. No children or pett.Call
    .. Christmas gift. $75. Call 964.67.Itchg 10/11
    lot golf court Many automatic
    wooded near Steam living room and hall. excellent condition carriage 9647470. Itpd 10/11 I

    trai. By owner 475-2598. 3tpd $19.99. Call 473.2278 Itpd 10/11 return $123. 4751847. Itpd WALDOl 3 BR Hou... Fenced yard. Un- USED ELECTRIC 10/11 TYPEWRITER Good I con

    10/4-10/18 HANDYMAN No lob to small cleaning 1011J. furnlthed. $180 mo., tint lost and dition. $125. OFFICE SHOP 110 W. Call HOMES FOR SALE
    for free ettlmatet. C. PENNEY CO. ,G.t ready forChrlttmat. 10/11 2tpd 10/18
    BY OWNERi 3 BR l'/i BA 1V4 yes old. tervlce. Call .ecurll 4681509. St. 9645764.
    tale.
    CHSA In Clay County. Bautlful) lac. 473.2278Itchg 10/11 Custom decorating, Big. 1 BR FURNISHED APARTMENT $160 per TWO CHICKEN HOUSES 30x500 ft. Call Wl BUY Itt and 2nd Existing Morgtage
    custom drape carpet vertical
    tr.. covrd lot fenced backyard savings and mini blind. Call 1.721.2820 month plus $75 security depotlt. Alto 2 9647893. 10/4 2tchg 10/11 and alto originate home equity loon

    dck. $48,900. Call 473.7272 or MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS and ask for Joyce McGee 3tchg BR furnished apartment $200 month and 3V4 TON AIR CONDITIONER Compressor Call Liz langley at 964.5010.8/09 tfn
    '
    1.259.2138.9/20 tin 10/11-10/25 I plus $73 security d.potlt. Light.. Call unit heat pump (CE). Approx. 5 year CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOME 4
    ANONYMOUS Closed ROYAL ELECTRIC OFFICE TYPEWRITER hot water furnlthed. No pet old. Price neg. Contact owner after 6 BR. LR, DR, Kitchen stave, refrlg.,

    LAND FOR SALE meetlngt Monday 8 p.m. Open 13/ Inch carriage. Die carbon and. before 9 a.m. or at noon/ LONE or after' 5 p.m.964.5129.10/42tchg 10/11 dishwasher carpet heat air. Excellent .

    meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Monday cloth rlbbont. Need good cleaning. p.m. 9648071. Itchg FURNISHED APART. GLASS FIRE SCREENED DOOR Antique fithlng. 964-6350. Bulllngton.
    8 p.m. All meeting at Educational $150. 473-3756 Itpd 10/11 BEDROOM brat, fits 38" to 48" width. $50. Call 8/30 Hn
    BY OWNER '.7 acres In Oak Forest MENTI 403 N. Walnut St 964-3276. tpd
    REALTOROWNER2tchg Building Community Church 4732790or HONDA SO MINI-TRAIL 8 year old but 964-5667. 10/4 tfn BY OWNER Quiet close convenient:
    19500. 388.3229 475-2130. tfnchg In good condition. $150. 4733202. 10/11 USED DESK $60,00 THE OFFICE SHOP. Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA. lot of storage.
    10/4-10/11 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. due, Itchg 1011WINCHESTER :FURNISHED APARTMENTS Very nice 2 BR Ito W. Call St. 964-5764. Chaihllnk, carport workthop. Pecan.
    ONE ACRE PLUS track of land $95 fee or weigh In. Op.n mtlng.Tu.soy' MODEL 1400 12 gaugeautomatic kitchenette, living room and bath. 32 CHAMPION TRAVEL TRAILER Roof 1.96 acres Good gardening. Downpoym.nt.

    down tak ov.r paym.ntt.. Call ., 7:30: p.m. Community Church shotgun with wlnchoket. Excellent Light and water furnlihed. $200 mth. air, well kept $3900. Call 9646020. assumable mortgaga.
    473-2357..1Ipd 1011YARD 964-5033 or 4681338..No children or
    Educational Building, Keyttone condition $195.473.3202ltchg Itchg 10/11 964.5610.8/30 tfn
    Height. 473-2790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg 10/11 pett. Itchg 10/11 OLD FASHIONED Soda Ice Cream 2: BEDROOM FRAME HOUSE Kitchen

    SALE PAC RAT. Buy, Sell and trod. Used furniture QUAIL RAISING EQUIPMENT 200 egg .ONE BEDROOM TRAILER In country.week.Heat Parlor Sandwich Bar equipment for equipped. In Starke. located at 423
    appliances, household Item, Incubator $20 brooder $55 3 section and air. Near Graham. $60 par ale. Not a Business-lust Equipment I Wett Center St. 16500. Phone
    collectable, glattware old jewerly, Call 485-1371. Itchg 10/11 Call 9646020. 10/11 13843069. Itpd 10/11
    WHITE SANDS LAKE (German't) 3 mil.* metal pen $20. 473.3202. Itchg 10/11 Itchy
    FOR RENT
    east on C352. Larg adult clothing tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 SOFA BED Brand new. $300. 473-7742 ROOMS. .Month PIANO Old but good. Needs tome workto CROSBY LAKE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA. Third
    furniture, authentic fin hydrant Toro SUNDAY BINGO..AMERICAN LEGION or 473-7942. Itpd 10/11 Day .Week HOTEL bring bock to perfect condition. Mutt house from boat romp. $42,500. Ph

    leaf blower, gun cabinet. Shatter HALL Starting Oct. 7, SR-21. Sunday CHAIN LINK Approx. 200 feet of 6 foot MAGNOLIA P.O. tee to appreciate. $150. HOME ENTER 9646250. 10/11 Stpd 10/35
    Camper 10 ft. tlept four. Saturday 2.' p.m. Public Invited. 4tchg fence, line pole and top rail. ,Excellent Across from APARTMENTS Stork One TAINMENT CONCEPTS Bradford IOSS NEAl COURT 3 BR. 1 BA. Rent to

    and Sunday 9.'. Itpd 10/11 9/27.10/18 condition. $275.473.73481khg EFFICIENCY One mile north: of Square 9646946.WASHING buy. Excellent condition. $33.500.
    MOVING SALE Sot. and Sun.,day beds Classified Ads 10/11 bedroom 301 N.. month. $100 MACHINE: In good condition.Call 964-6250. 10/11 3tpd 102'MISCELLANEOUS
    double bed ch..... tablet, sofas, .,c. 'Starke city limit $143 J. Miller 964.6305.
    Brooklyn Bay Rd North tide of lake off Get Results Subscribe I security depotlt. Call Tiffin A Owen GOLD SOFA. $100; Recliner $75)), Mat

    SR-21. Itpd 10/11 Inc. 964.5065. Itchg 10/11 ching tables $25; lamp. $12. Call alterS
    3 FAMILIES Rain or thin, linl Rain 1:::,. KITCHENETTES All utllltle furntthed. p.m. 964-4133. Itpd 10/11

    Lak. Rd., 3 ml!.. north of Kytton .TV. Daily or weekly. Underwood WATKINS PRODUCTS M.D. Crapte. Sr. FREE
    Hale and AssociatesReal ,Motel Highway 301 N. 3'A mile N. of KITTENS: Two snow white C three
    C.nt.r on Rt. 21. Mltc. and torn anll.qu. Will deliver Call 7823068. Itpd 10/11 gray tabby for good home. After 3 call
    'Stark.
    ... Friday and Saturday. Itpd 10/11 Inc. Itpd 10/11 USED OFFICE CHAIRS 1000. THE OFFICE
    Estate. 'I!BR. I BA FURNISHED One mile north SHOP. 110 VWColrSt,964-5764. 964'6692'J I

    Located Cornerof, S -121. .. of Stork.. $275. Evenings 1 weekend... 50.000ITU $f '1fIATlRI"Stogler./ 2tPk .I .,. ,
    PERSONAL SERVICES{ W'ftW # '
    aiM.Te6.918 10/42ndW/H! ; \
    ': btev Vwlfh o Good
    -- ,". t;, i b.J? & SR-18 Walhinglo7SwlreAirt' .....,' ..*a* I ', CNFOWlSHCCO! .. ,m.$100": condition.*Girl 10-peed thermo bike, Ilk. .
    ((496-3939 462-3066 .Available Nov. I. $235 per
    ? Coll Call 964-8650. 10/11 10/18
    INSURANCE 2tchg
    NEED MEDICARE d.potlt. Call 9644228. 120 N. new. AXLES TIRES Two axles and four tires.
    Sotterwhlte, Stat. Farm In..uronc. security NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS Perfect for painting
    Chuck Myrtle St. 964.9..... Itchg 10/11 Highest price paid. Green' Welding
    ., Lowr.nc. Blvd, Keytton In Farms OFFICE SPACE A* I I. or will remodel to drawing covering furnitur{ kid Shop. 301 South. Starke. FL. 9645007.
    Helghtt. 473.1272.7/19 tfn Specializing 'suit tenant. Call Tiffin Owen, to color on, etc. $3.00 per roll. 11/03 tfnchg
    ;NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE?Call Chuck and Mobile Home Lots 9645065. Itchg 10/11 TELEGRAPH. 133 W. Call St. 9646305. STEEL BUILDING DEALERS NEEDED Commercial
    Building
    Acreage or
    COLOR TVs $99 and Next to Starke
    Insurance.Lawrence up.
    Satterwhite, State Form FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT Perfectfor Industrial A Farm building
    Blvd., .Keystone Height, '500 down '72 per month retired person able to core for self Truck Stop south of Stark 964-8212. tale_ *. No investment required. To app
    II/24 tfnM08ILI'
    473.7272.7119 tfn and need a place to stay. Nice atmosphere ly contact North American Steel
    PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICfi Complete and clot to restaurants and HOME SUPPLIES Window Bldg.. Inc., 614/488-0728.. M-F. 8400.:
    lawn car. and maintenance. Now Renting Mini Warehouse, downtown. MAGNOLIA HOTEL across door., plumbing and elec. supplies: '10/4 2tpd 10/11
    alto furniture. BARGAIN CENTER, 1
    Commercial rtldntlol. Fr.. from Stark Post Office
    or Check Our Rates
    mile South of Stark 3/01 tfn
    ettlmate.. 475.2197 evening. 8/02 tfn
    PRIVATE PIANO LESSONSi Age 612. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!

    175.2633.9/20 2tchg 9/27 -- New Listings Needed -- Subscribe
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    LAKE REGION MONITOR -- NW CORNER OP CALL I THOMPSON 'You Nome It Best Prices < Best Work .
    473-2210' STREETS 2-tlory bldg. w/3700 *q. ft. Lake Buffer:
    Subscribe I each floor. Will divide Into flea market Call Vlckl 659-2374 Florohome

    stalls or one year leo... Clyde W. 496-2261
    Slmpton. 1119 Barnett Bank Building. .

    Janet M. Jacksonville FL 32202. Ph. I
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    BE A 4-H 03I ; 904/356-6849. 9/20 tfn Keystone a F/gts. ,I Taylor's.

    StarlingRealtor I 479-2210
    VOLUNTEER I RiAllOR LOST/FOUND Custom Slaughtering ;

    Storks: 8385 Taylorf leld Road

    JANE S. USHERYour .2'/-10 Ac.: $2.000 per FOUND: Several Large Whit' Bird Call .Call Mantel (Approx. 3 Ml. E, Cecil Field) .,

    .3 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 964-5023 or 964.7145.khg 10/11 964-6305 Jacksonville 772.' 06
    QualityAuto 12500.

    Union. County Realtor .20 Ace Cov d In pines. '

    Detailing 496.2126 or 496-2903 .50 Ac.: $50,000.STATELY I.i: t '. Hogs Cows '

    $60 W.Main St..lake Butler OLDER HOME: It' ,
    | Clean Car Trucks :
    We ,. :
    Dress'
    i 3 BR, 2 BA $45.000. + ''J ; .
    & All Types RVs. I .
    REMOTE QUIET SET.
    J \'
    !, Free Pick-Up 1 Real Estate.. TING:2 BR. 2 BA. $37,750 '4'; 1 ."
    '
    free Delivery .14 Ac.: $1,750 per ac. !!t;- : CutWrap :

    Com. by Lak. Chevy-Old, ask for The Best Investment' 03 BR. 2 BA: Country. 'e ., ,, :

    ) Steve or Ella McMahon or call $25,500. ... t'l "
    I 782.3931 You'll Ever MakeFOR FEED STORE: $45.000. -, tW4 .. 18b.
    LIQUOR STORE "l'
    ;
    AND LOUNGE )
    .
    SERVICE STATION $S to Botcher
    NOTICE OF SALE SALE: .!i, 'Service
    $40,000 k u. ik.der Pick-Up Available
    N
    HOMES" .3 BR. $25.000: <'
    t
    Notice"It h.r.by glv.n that under '
    .BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE BRICK HOME on 3 Pav'd frontage. '.
    and by virtu. Part IV of Chapter 83 ....
    -
    (pl".) acres In Lake. Butler. With SUPER locetlon. R ''
    F.S. at Self-Storage Facility Act that Ideal for ho.... B office combination ((904))782.3931 ,REDUCED! 'Help'Want.ed'I
    undersigned will tell for cash to
    the highest bidder' at the corner of From 2 .tr...* easy access for profetilonel. P.O. Drawer M 3'BR. 2 BA Horn on approx,,5 acres with! fishpond '\ ...;... Experienced
    i
    or commercial Hat for Income- 301 S. Lowt. I "
    use potential "
    Laura and Water Struts. Stark, $46,500. \;:,.: Breakfast Cook1Pan.CeobEggiBakBlKult ,
    Invettment. Call and find
    producing out -i
    Florida at 1:00: p.m. on the 21 tt day of me Calf EUse John"Assoc. at Tiffin & Owens. Inc I .'
    I how. For appointment anytime to show JANE A.WaltretsNight .} -"
    October, 1984 the contents of Unit 6, 366-Horne on lakefront. .; 964-5065 ,533.2783 ; <
    S. USHER. REALTOR .
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    belonging to leroy Burton containing 8re.c woy. workshop.. ;
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    :
    sum
    Beautiful
    houtehold good. By AlUn't Attic Self "JUST ,THE RIGHT SIZE I" country dock boatw/motor, ridingmower I IE1RATifin .
    view from this hilltop farm with 12 acre. Providence hom.l. '
    Service Storage, P.O. Box 656 furnished.Priced ; jI
    area Price Reduced low 'Interest offered .. .,<'
    "
    Keyttone Helghtt, Florida 32656. to at $3&0001368.6Unit & Owens Inc.' I GARDEN RESTAURANT.------: ..-
    qualified buyer. "I
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    10/04 2tchg 10/11 Efficiency ,, I ,.. "
    U.S.301 South'800N.: Tempi'Ave.Curies .
    NEAR RMS ... NEW LISTING. .bedroom brick Rental. :)
    Apartment Room
    home end 2 bedroom mobile home en 1 acre. lor Realtor .,
    expantlon. $75,000. .
    "
    Good Income-preducing property. Don't pass Terms Formerly FAULKNER REALTY, I "
    Custom thus up before you See H. I3S4-I Ac. Ranchette.3 BR T R j I:" l lyrl

    OLDIE Butler. Excellent BUT G0001E..2 location.-story Over home 2.000 In_to, Lake,. ft.' tion.IV4 BA$44.500.Call Home.. Mint condl. i :'' ::1| 964-50651: 1" :: ', ,) i !': '' ', .'A. t

    Partially w/w carpel. end CHS A. Need tender ... : '

    r love end'care. Owner willing to do minorrepelrt bedroom to 2 bath tee home our on 4 1.1Lefey .:D.>7Acr*>.trm trVtJt% n9I CyclesHighway .: ,: i 1

    end alto finance qualified buyer. a-M. SoVfurtia 9 :.1' "I .
    End of Season Special Shown by. appointment only.ACREAGE. 21.6 Term OCt available Priced of $63,000.. 31 S:$fork. : iiI ii/'" .

    I j ,INVESTMENT PROPtRTIBSi' .... .. ,' ', ,,:... .

    Nationwide swimming pool .3 ACRESt Include pine, several large oak SPACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING: With this 2 $"..3 BA brick -.- ) 'g1al,,, 4a :''vacUondMetercycl ,!

    representative has new MM tree and robecco bam. Property on SR 237 home on 6.1 acre*..Immokale: Rood outside of Keystone. :,' :> ?') ,
    quality In-ground pools.Want Some financing available Height. "" ,500.00. SolesCojtstfftment ..'.': ', : '.\; -

    i hometlte. 'for 'display pro- ,.10 ACRES large pine tree*. Worthington Spring *S ACRES with :3 B\2 BA brick. Fireplace.,pecan. tree.. Se>le. '" ;;
    'er_. Owner will finance at 10%. Smell. Only' *900.; "'/ '"' M'" 'zl ,
    ae
    gram. Great savings, for down payment. *20 ACRE with nlc*;3 B* ,from hom'T Reduced :toMAVC -cnft-4-Wh, .,1.o ...,* .. .. <.< ,<:, '. "" -j.
    ,
    c.
    homeowners who qualify. .18* ACRES Super hunting are*. Prke reduce S61J.oee. .:..,-...- '. ..::"'.. ,1i .\ .
    New ,pool concept and best ed. Owner fliMMMlng. River. frontage. 3.000 ft. all N.Temple Ave. C wt SCVERAl" ,TRACTS OF LANDS tame end amoll.Coli ...,; t ,. ,. I: ",' A"'j', .r' ,$ K
    Stork.F1 .' '.. ,,.; .. ". *
    not '
    "ir3M! "Ai
    warranty.In' .buInt :florlda road fronfege., for II..- ."" :' :

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    MACHINES"VOR REND Union County tin*. Black, brown and whit. Governor Bob Graham officially The Proclamation states the National being of Florida's school children The 19M Universal Menu!; consistsof
    Times, ISO Main Street lok Butl.r. Reward 4311743. 1-pd 9/27 proclaimed October 14.20 as School School Lunch Program is and has served our state schools well Marathon Spaghetti Honor Rolls.
    Phone 496-3261 for Information TFN
    SIX ROOM APARTMENT In lak ftutlw.Trmt Lunch Week in Florida dedicated to the health and well- for 38 years. The document also encourages Maestro Tossed Salad, Blue Ribbon
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    steering, power steering/brakes,. Wednesday of as follows
    electric windows, y.,engine. Phon. School lunch Week Is set aside as
    INSURANCE ACENCYi 160 S. 4963789. ufn "Universal Menu" day. On this day 152 tons of ground beef, tomatoes.
    Lak. Av..nu., lak. ButUr. "963978.Complet. LARGE CAPACITY WASHIR Look. and 11'' all participating schools will onions and spaghetti; over 25 tons of
    Insurance Service. TFN. runs brand new. Asking 175. Call prepare and serve 1984's Championsof flour and other ingredients for the
    4962199. 10/8.11 2-pd Nutrition school lunch. The menu Honor Rolls; over 22 tons, of lettuce.
    REAL ESTATE Ins CHEVY S-10 PICKUP, V-6 engine, recognizes the importance of the romaine and fresh spinach ,for the
    AM/fM PS/PB, AC 4-spe.d. 177 role that good nutrition plays in the salad:; 13.1: tons of oranges, apples
    LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE Of FORD RANGER XLT. Fully loaded- lives( of champions.The names given and bananas; 32 tons of cookie ingredients "
    PROPERTY? If I don't have It. I'll find good cond. $2200.00. 1971 PLYM. to each item on this year's Universal and of course 900.000 It pints
    It Just ask JANE S. USHER. FURY Auto.. AC PS/PB. 440 v, Menu also shows that a true cham of milk.
    REALTOR 496-2126 or 496-2903. Magnum. Good cond. $2,000.00. Colt pion must be a well-rounded person. Florida's 14.000 school food ser
    ey... "Your Union' County Realtor." 496.3529 Sun.-W.d.' before 2:00 p.m. as well as consuming a well- vice personnel will prepar and
    8/04 tfnELEVEN Sat. after 2:00 or tall,752.1524
    p.m. 1 balanced and nutritious diet. serve the 580 tons or more of food
    ACRES BETWEEN WOR- anytime. 1-chg a'
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    News Briefs t I and cigarettes from .the damage was minor, according to were to washdown the highway and

    under arrest. Al Art t.irMI t8 J.as.. UCI Superintendent store.groceries The estimated valuq is several. Assistant Fire Chief Dewayne ,. one call was a mutual aid call to the.
    ;t{ UCI Inmate Stabbed threatened Wilktaw. L ', *,, rf", Charged With.Theft hundred dollars Hardee.July's run report had a total county Volunteer fire department.The was fair-
    Suspect In Custody Stanley Neegttl X$lariRslsas.ax.rested Anyone having information concerning of 23: calls., month" of September
    ; October 10 and ebarged.with UCI Superintendent Raymond D. the burglary la asked to con- In August four calls were to ly quiet for the fire department,
    I ..1 j! Inmate Enrique Barrea was pronounced disorderly intoxication, .resisting.. Massey was detained on shoplifting tact the sheriff's office, according to residences (one a kitchen fire and there was a total of 12 calls.
    ',';'| dead at 12:08: a.m. October rest without violence and assault charges in September at, an Oaks Investigator Don Denton. three were electrical),one electrical Two calls were to residence fires
    L 10 at Union Correctional tuUont upon a law enforcement officer.: Mall department store in (call to power plant) and two brush (minor damage) and one call was to
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    fellow inmate has been taken Into Total bond for the charge iwpa set Massey is charged with having a Two calls were to assist Rescue, Two calls were to accidents (one
    custody and is in confinement at $200. Noegel was,released an his $47 electric shaver In his possession Calls Down From JulyThe three calls were to car fires and two required extrication equipment)and
    following the stabbing which occur- own recognizance.St. which be did not pay for, accordingto Starke Fire ''Department were to accidents requiring use of six calls were to assist Rescue.
    : red at 11:20: p.m. in the southwestunit Deputy Kirby Jordan. Jordan responded to a total of 20 calls dur- extrication equipment.Two There was one miscellaneous call,
    of the prison. gave Massey a notice, to appear in the month of August but the calls; were false alarms,three said Hardee.
    Barrea was stabbed lit the right Pete Woman county court October 18 to answer ing ".. "
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    arrested September Entertainment Concepts
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    Being DisorderlyPolice and charged with introduction<< of Department of Corrections and
    been head of UCI since 1973.
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    distrubance at the Econo Lodge ear- Lt. Glen Moore and Deputy John Bradford Square Shopping Center

    ly Wednesday morning where a Tilley. Waters GroceryIn
    Starke man had been asked to leave Theresa Lynn Seitz was charged ,
    because he was causing a with taking marijuana onto the Lawtey-Burglarized 964-6946
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    Lawtey was discovered, Monday StoreWe
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    get him. The man became very $2,000,Seitz was released on her ownrecoenizanc.e. clothing household items; meat,
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    cases were scheduled to Marjorie intoxicated Williams, fined Hardy$2 driving 1.50 license suspended or revoked fined favorite oldie : '
    in Bradford County Courtbefore while $59.25. If we don't have y .
    six months
    Judge George H. Pierce license suspended Bryan no tag fined $25. .
    August 13. The following defendants Salvation Army work supervision and attend 50 Raymond Penally Tyson no valid but goodie we will get it.SAVE. ..e
    hours community ,
    received final disposition. driver license, produce license and
    Frederick B. Kelley, III driving DWI school. pay $10 or pay 159.25Tyson .
    while intoxicated, fined $281.50, Charles Felton Truitt expired tag failed to dim lights,fine$29. ...... .
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    license suspended six months, pay William Leon Anderson no valid c- >G "
    Salvation Army supervision, 50 William Kelly Rhoden driving, driver license, to produce license
    service work and while intoxicated fined $281.50. '
    hours community and pay$10 or pay $59.23.

    ust(DWI attend) school.driving while intoxicated Salvation license suspended Army supervision six months, 50' $23.Terry Legrant Perry.no tag, fined $1300

    Kelley careless driving, dismiss hours community work DWI schoolRhoden Perry violation of.driver license
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    ed.Kenneth driving pay $25 cost restrictions produce license and on KeyboardsPianos
    Alonza Smith driving pay $10 or pay$59.25. )
    Earl Simmons driving
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    license suspended six months,under while intoxicated, fined $281.50 25, license suspended or revoked produced t, Organs
    license suspended six months,
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    hours community work and attend hours school.community work. attend, DWI Alphonso Thomas driving while Used Piano
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    Donald C. Garner driving while Donald Laverne Woods revs $5923. '
    license suspended or revoked, ad- fined while license. suspended or Ronnie Lynch driving' while in working condition 150.00 You Move
    judication withheld pay $85. $59.23.Woods license suspended, fined $81.50.
    Willie Edward Padgett permitting no tag fined$39.
    Agatha Crowder driving while intoxicated
    .unauthorized person to drive, Timothy Dodge Price no valid fined $281150, licensesuapendedaix
    withheld adjudication, $25 cost driver license, dismissed.. months,50 hours com-
    James E. Padgett driving while Price improper tag,$Z5 fine.
    munity work and attend DWI school.
    license suspended or revoked, ad- Ferderick Robert Phillips Jr. Kary Padgett driving while HUNDREDS OF
    while license suspended or
    judication withheld pay $25 co t. driving license suspended, fined $55.23.
    Carnell Williams driving licensenot revoked, pay $25 cost. Padgett driving while licensessuspended
    carried and exhibited on de- Ralph Norman Jarrett improper fined $55.25.Misdemeanor '
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    mand, dismissed. driver license, dismissed. 45 RECORDS
    Thomas Richard Welles driving Roosevelt Martin no valid driver
    while license suspended or revoked, licwense, fined suspended. Court !
    fined $85.50, Rocky Clinton Thompson no tag, Harry McDougal, Jr. battery, ten $ -100
    Edward William Youmans, .Jr. $25 cost. days in jail.Kimberly. 6 I ""I
    driving while license suspended or Ishmael Rivera driving while Cohens criminal. for I
    reovked fined $59.95. license suspended or revoked mischief, ten days in jail. '

    Youmans no tag, fined $15 cost. dismissed. Debra Y. Powell battery, placed on GOOD SELECTION '. ." ,
    William Edward Rosier no valid Rivera no tag, fined $25. 60 days probation, violate no laws, >. J '" I'' t 1 i (
    driver license, dismissed $10 cost. Fredrick: A. F. Williams no valid 1\81$25 cost. t "', I ,* p LPSSfUV8'' '(10''JLI' 1' :9a art) no iaiij :)"Sloe':', rev ,dIIILyitt
    Mary Helen Tyson no valid driver driver license, produc.4lcas.' or\ Rene Bowler worthless checkfpay ?
    license, (Idismissed $10 cost. pay $59.29. $25 and make restitution. t .
    John Richard Corbet violation Williams unlawful speed, fined Bobby J. Robert Odom drinking : $8995
    driver license restrictions, withheld $H. beer in public, pay $59.25 fine. $11.00 i
    adjudication $37 cost suspended. Misti Dawn Griffis no valid driver Thomas G. Alderman consuming
    James Arthur Osteen no valid license, attend DDS and pay $25 alcoholic beverage in public, pay
    driver license dismissed $10 cost. court cost. $59.23 fine.Kindall,
    Johnnie Earl Fort, Jr. no valid Griffis no tag, case dismissed. E. Mobley consuming
    driver license, dismissed $10 cost. Merrill Hodges Jones revoked alcohol in public, pay $59.25 fine.
    John A. Bryan no valid driver while license suspended or Frances W. Muse retail theft, probation
    license, $59.25 fine. pay $25 court costs. 00 days violate no laws Salvation
    Bryan improper or unsafe equip- Jonesimproper tag, case dismiss- Army supervision for 25 hours est
    ment, $25 cost. ed.Teressa community work; '
    Bryan no tag, $25 cost. Laney Evans no valid
    Marvin W. Ford, no valid driver driver license, $10 cost and case Appearing In Bradford County '
    license, dismissed $10 cost. dismissed, produced license Court before Judge George H. Pierce GltslTlROwn I
    Evans violation of right of way, September 10 for a change. of plea
    Misdemeanor Court fined $59.25.Lamar were the following cases;
    Three defendants receive final V.Pierce failure to carry 4 Charles Williams pled guilty to :
    disposition in misdemeanor court exhibit driver license en Demand, disorderly intoxication, fined $62.50.
    August 13 before Bradford CoUnty case dismissed. Brenda Croy pled no contest to; interference -
    Judge George H. Pierce. Pierce speed, case dismissed. with custody, placed oq six,
    Jarotha Morris charged worthless Pierce too fast for conditions months court probation, violate "fo Your Own Video Recorder

    check, adjudication withheld, pay. William pay $23 eoets. laws, pay $35 court cost. "
    Clarence Ramey no tag, Marshall '
    $25 and make restitution. Croy pled no contest interference
    ,Nelda Lou Davis charged'' dismissed. with custody, sentenced to
    disorderly conduct, court probationsix Kary Frederick Padgett driving six months court progation,violate no
    months, violate no laws and pay while license suspended or revoked laws and pay $35 court costs. Emersoni
    $25 court cost.Kenneth fined $59.25.John Adro Lester Johnson pled no con-
    Greg Morgan charged Clinton Hamilton driving test to driving while intoxicated,fined i
    disorderly intoxication, recieved six while license suspended revoked, $344 must attend DWI school license
    months probation drink no alcohol, fined $59.25.Danny suspended six months, community Recorder
    violate no laws of State of Florida, Wade Arthur driving while service waived. ca
    pay $50. license suspended or revoked, pay Samuel Doyle Moody pled guilty to 000
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    Ular, C. Banks no,valid driver $281.50 50 hours :
    community work.
    TrafficCriminalThe license, pay$10 coat .' license suspended six months, Salvation < $39900,
    John Donhue Crawford no valid Army
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    in Bradford County Court. license, pay $".25 fine. Glenn E. Musselwhite '
    September 10 for final disposition. .Crawford no valid driver license,, driving while intoxicated pled guilty to
    fined $544 .
    William E. Baldy, Sr. driving -
    pay $53.23. ten days In jail on weekends, attend
    while intoxicated, fined $281.50 Michael F.Tierney no valid driver DWI school, license
    license suspended six months license, fine suspended, dismissed ean. suspended five.
    Salvation Army supervision 50 _Irvin Joe Frazier ne valid driver.' Farley Earnest Norris RENO VIDEO
    hours community service work, license fined$5a.25.Frazier test driving while intoxicated pled no con- [ ;$7' ,50
    driving while Intoxicated (DWI) no tag, fined$.. suspended six months license ,
    fined
    school. Frazier unlawful..., fined.... tend DWI school $544 sen-ic.at-
    Dale Robert Bowen driving while ,Andy Harrison no ,valid 'driver. waived. community "or
    intoxicated fined $281.90: license license, fined ..25. Douglas Alan Stivers ECORE$7jiV 24, Hours
    suspended six months Salvation Ar Harrison unlawful speed fined$90. driving with,unlawful pled guilty to !i
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    following arrests were made in' i' ostcd. LaCrosse was a est .October 2 for Starke,was,\arrested October 17 for
    Bradford County for traffic violations driving while license suspended, according ,driving while license suspended, according -
    local authorities Eugene Franklin Norman, 22, of to Trooper Langston. Bond to Trooper B. A. William
    (A Commentary on things we see, things we hear, and things we think- according to .
    not to be taken too seriously,.but which Just may have a grain of truth.) Starke arrested October 2 for driving was set at $ he was released on Bond for the charge was set at$200,
    Adam Keith Rosier, 22, of Starkewas while intoxicated, Improper tag his own recognizance. he was released on his own
    Since the primary elections have passed, we now can tell:you some of arrested September 30 for driving and' driving while license suspended recognizance,
    the problems they create for while license suspended, accor- according to Sgt. Wilkinson. Bond Marklee John Harris, Jr., 24, of
    Every candidate loves to see newspapers.his/her worthy opponent hit over the ding to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. Bond' :was set at $500 total, Norman was Starke was arrested October 7 for Roy Eugene White of Starke was
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    head by a newspaper. They will even gladly provide the Information for the charge was set at$200,Rosier '" released on his own recognizance. wilful-wanton reckless driving and arrested October 7 for no valid
    which can be used to hit the opponent right between the eyes. was released on his own refusing to sign citation, accordingto driver license, driving while Intoxicated -
    Most candidates realize that seeing criticism of a candidate In a recognizance. Robert Jackson of Baldwin was Sgt. Wilkinson. Harris.was on the and possession of cannabis
    straight news story carries more weight that reading it, In a paid arrested Oct. 2 for driving while wrong side of the highway and well according to Patrolman Rhoden.
    :political advertisement. William Crosby 60, of Bradford license suspended, according to above the speed limit. Bond for the Bond for the charges,was set at
    Therefore, during political season, numerous choices have,to be County was arrested September 27?,:'Patrolman Rhoden. Bond for the charge was $225 he was released on $1,500. White was released on his
    made about what is news and what is political propaganda., .. for driving under the influence, according .,u charge was set at $150, be was' his own recognizance., .. own. recognizance.. r,;'. -
    For example in the heated race for clerk In union County between to Trooper W. D. Langston. ,., released on his own recognizance., : ''
    ,incumbent clerk Margie Cason and former clerk Robert Drlggers. Crosby was released after' a $300' : r "
    Between the first and second primary, the circuit judge serving cash bond was posted. Robert Lee Yeager, Jr., 21, of
    Union County complained that Clerk Cason had failed to do something Starke was arrested Ocotober 1 for Keystone
    he ordered be done. John Paul Sasse, 29, of Orange driving while intoxicated, accordingto
    Circuit Judges are fairly fussy about getting things done when they Park was arrested Sept. 28 for driving Trooper,Langston.
    ask nicely that it get done.: while Intoxicated, according to, 'v Bond for the charge was set at L Chiropractic' Center
    Anyway; when it didn't get done, the circuit judge asked the assistant Patrolman Paul T. Rhoden. Bond for $300, he was released on his own
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    state attorney to find out why the clerk didn't do what he told her to do. the charge was set at$300,Sasse was recognizance.
    At that point, the newspaper was drawn into the situation. '
    However, a few more facts come Into play Specializing In
    Ya' see, the circuit judge is a distant relative of Cason's opponent.We BC Gels Two New Assistant SA J
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    Difficult Casts
    gathered the facts, weighed the alternatives and made a decision
    about whether or not to run the story prior to the second primary HEADACHES
    hold It until after the votes were cast. One week's time. The office of the Bradford County Informations were filed on 30 prior j
    What would you have done? State Attorney has rearranged office cases and seven guilty pleas were NERVOUSNESS 1 i.
    Well, the consideration to a critical skeptic might have been different somewhat and at the same accepted. One defendant completedthe PAINFUL JOINTS
    time welcomed two new assistant pre-trial intervention program. LOSS OF SLEEP
    Some critical skeptic might have said the judge had an ulterior state attorneys.Handling The state attorney declined to pro
    motive,in complaining about the clerk's performance just prior to an misdemeanor and secute nine cases and 23 cases were NECK, SHOULDER&ARM PAIN
    election in which a relative's job opportunity was at stake. juvenile cases is David Giant. Giants dismissed. NUMBNESS IN HANDS/ARMS
    We weren't so sure about the motivation or the timing. > a former law partner of John Midi Twenty-one informations were filed PAIN BETWEEN'SHOULDERS
    We couldn't Imagine the circuit judge looking for such an opportunity. dleton of Gainesville. Giant and his in misdemeanor court and 20 LOW BACK&
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    to help out a cousin in need. wife have a young son. prior cases were. dismissed by the
    v We decided the facts of the situation merited being reported as. soon state attorney.
    as we found out about them. Terry Yawn, also of Gainesville, 12 guilty pleas were accepted and MOST INSURANCE PLANS
    We decided not to wait until after the election to run the story which will be handling felony cases In the office declined to prosecute eight
    was critical of Cason's work as clerk. Bradford.Yawn,formerly of Starke, cases. One case was dismissed by COVER CHIROPRAlCAu1oAccent&WhiphUnion I
    We decided the voters needed to know everything we knew In the was In the Bradford SA office the court. '. Insurance Wo kde Comp. Oo-the-Job Injuries Blue Cross .
    ., public!sector to make a decision. several years ago. There were 39 cases received for Make Medical: Plans Medicare Etc '. >ft/' ,';,', '
    The Bradford Office of the State initial arraignment in traffic ,
    Did the story make any difference in.the election? -
    We don't know. Attorney received 43 new individualcases criminal court. 17 cases were handl- ., .,,',.t;.
    The Infraction seemed relatively minor to most observers and may and/or felony defendants for ed subsequent to arraignment.Five '473-3604 ;
    have made no difference to Union County voters who. had made,up prosecution during the month of juvenile petitions were filed
    their minds about which candidate should be clerk. September, according to In- in September and one case was
    Anyway Cason won the election. vestigator Wiley Clark. dismissed. Two guilty pleas were accepted Keyilon Bonk Annex Downtown Hwy 21
    'It's certainly not up to the newspaper to choose a favorite candidateand Six of the cases involved inmatesin and six cases received none Keystone Heights. Florida 32656
    try to point out good traits while ignoring the bad. Florida State prisons. judicial action approval.
    And now, on another election front..here's how to get the street out ,
    in front of your place paved during an election year. '
    Have you noticed how many politicians pave their way back into office
    using concrete or asphalt?. Look around and see what smoothing f, Ierwillegar Ford
    plans appear about six months before the ballot box tilts one directionor '
    another: ,
    In Bradford County residents along Laura Church Road were blessedby ,
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    First, become a prominent person'you; know, doctor lawyer, Indian ", 'ran, "
    chief, candlestick maker, earth-shaker, pal-maker, or undertaker.After .
    becoming prominent, explain the facts of life to your locally; CLEARANCE
    elected official in charge of deciding who gets asphalted and who lives SALE
    with pot holes.Carefully .
    so they understand, tell them that they have until the clOseof .
    qualifying to guarantee that the road by the courthouse heading
    toward the lake is smoothed for the dozens of caravans using that strip. Cfi; "
    And if they don't patch and smooth, YOU the prominent person of See Us' Before You Buy"C '
    good courage) are going to be forced to run for office. i .
    t The intelligent: locaUv rieejjxl official will immediately see the impending ,, ,: : \ .;; : ;" ,::,":.'1./1 ,
    to .. dansw-;!,'QU i if I! ..vJac ,.t.hem.QIthesea., ..bi authority leaving"., .-:' i-, "" ft m, ,"I.. '>'.tT'OTf,*'" r 19phY.
    a ,.1 them out on IheTpot-hoiear' street. I >** ? ;" It'- ,ill"
    Check your calendars to remember that the street by the Union I
    County courthouse heading toward Lake Butler got paved on the city''
    election day (believe it or not) and the incumbent city officials returned 84 Limited
    to their seats of authority. Jeep Wagoneer 4 Dr 84 Lincoln Town Car Sedan

    Meanwhile, YOU casually show smiles of gratitude for the This is The most expensive wagoneer Clean as new and road ready, whitebuilt !
    smoothness in front of the courthouse leading toward the lake.
    YOU provided a civil service which can now be enjoyed. by hundreds by Jeepl( Sold new for almost point with dark red vinyl top and t

    of drivers traveling that well used roadway: *]9,000, only 2800 ,miles with every dark,red 'Velour.In erior.
    And those of us who admire YOU will smile back thinking that it's
    wonderful to see a"prominent" person use wisely the power YOU option Including) | leather interior. Save $ over a'New one.
    possess in a way that is beneficial to the community.:
    We congratulate YOU and the city officials who wisely consider"the $15' 99500 $1'6 99500
    facts and factors and decide to put the asphalt where it will do the .:'" ,

    most The good.world needs to have smooth streets beside busy courthouses* ;' >",', 84 Chevy Corvette oupe 4 or empo 4 oor Sedan 0

    heading towards the grassy solitude of a beautiful lake. .,,; l, Only 7000 miles and loaded with all the Like
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    Yl :;:- ,;.,, Coupe, brand: new in everyway, for.'Jhe' Very"clean and well cared for;

    : ;t" .' discriminating buyer who expects Dark.charcoal paint with all the options

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    '. of microscopic.plant and animal life. ,\"
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