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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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More of the same, with mostly fair skies, warm temperatures, with lit- Iditoriol..,, .,. ., .rag. 4Joeiol. a' ''' .
tie or no chance of rain is the extended forecast for Friday through Sun- ., .', .P.g*. <.1 ( ,.
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"What did we win?" perty, 'the city must gain an appraisal
That's what Mayor Bobby Biggs : of the land's "fair market :.
asked Tuesday night Oct. 16, of value'' ;

a ,, ruL4 Starke's squabble with the. U.S. En- Tuesday night, Attorney Brown
x .. r vironmental Protection Agency's requested the appraisals at the end
regional office in Atlanta about the of a'lengthy council meeting Tuesday
;, no-longer-needed-for sewerage. night. Since the subject has been
: disposal-purposes 369-acres on brought up Mayor Biggs said, let's ,:, ..
US-301 south. discuss it, and the council and at :
tN The question arose during City At- torney proceeded to talk In hushed
+ torney Terry Brown's request tones.
authorization to have two appraisalsof "In other Words, we loon?'" asked -.:
the property done. The has an Commissioner Travis Woods.
\ f ,.' .,1dncI EPA decision that it can city the old ..ye h''...," said Commissioner :;
airport property for its appraisedvalue Jimmy Crosby
and use the money to improveits Then, Biggs asked, "What did'we'win
sewage treatment facilities. ?" Everybody talking at once
City commissioners, however, ,made it impossible to hear. at that :-
have been eying the old airport as a point. .
,prospective industrial park. "i..find out what it will cost the, city -
';The city condemned the propertyand to. buy the property back," at, :....
; a jury awarded owner' Fred torney Brown was telling Mayor .
I Mueller $1.3,million for it. EPA and Biggs when the noise died down
the city had to cough up the money, enough to hear '
: EPA paying 75 percent,,the city'25, Veteran Commission Vernon
: 1;" percent. The ''city nowhas some- Silcox.warned.;"We better be quiet t .; '
I $440,000. tied up in the old airport. 'We'll .run the price up.... I though -
The land was to be,used for an Irrigation nobody wanted..,"
spray' field because EPA The .vote, at that point, on the appraisals -
reviews indicated that effluent from passed, 4-1, CommissionerSilcox
r. the Starke sewage treatment plant opposing. Silcox former
exceeded acceptable standards. mayor Crosby, and attorney Brown
l 'Three years later, after President were. instrumental in. working out
; Reagan took office; another EPA ,the agreement with EPA. They

Keep Plugging... 'review indicated that the situation 'traveled, .to Washington,. D.C. on
didn't need an Irrigation spray field. Sept. 25.to confront EPA officials in
The Freshman Class was last In t Therefore, the land purchased would the office, of Sen. Lawton Chiles
J both skit and float competition, but t ,not be needed, for the purpose the D-FL, present, and the ""favorable''
it was their firtiC try and they'll improve nP grant was made. That's when EPA EPA ruling followed.
,. with experience ., \ officials I in, Atlanta :decided the city Still questioning Mayor Biggs' ; .
Jonathan Rowe walks proudly :'of Starke.owed ,the feders&goyern-. asked of attorney Brown: "You ,
u Y j d ,,be,.lde the final. From l fHPaw jmentlmilHonv; ; .? -.' ;mean we won't have to get bids?,The l' -
J._1, o.', a\.a.. ;;rJ.": :e 1 fterrpT3nths x./i. I ltl t .tine=i>LrtyarwnnChaaatnweet; : lUtat.public ., .... 't; .,
r. The Junior! lass float; on Page A finally''ap p' dSSfarkt"'d tat "iluctl tl1"11" 1)I.) .4' r". '. ';" .'. \
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'i IB, won the flout competition ''il }d; ,for' solving the, problem.. Brown. "We'll ''work it out, attorney, ,
? 1t fir, because it bent curried out the { ... .'{. +!' pointed out that federal regulations Brown replied. "
wr-: theme of homecoming. 4 speak to the issue in- question "You're asking too many questions -
'' The Tornado Whirl crowd gave aloud J stipulating that land be sold and the with the press around," Com- ,
"''k when'U wait dnnnunced proceeds go to improve the sewage missioner Charles Schaefer then. admonished
w ? ? 1 S'' u' that popular Rhonda S.ipp. ,'I)'lIt. r $w treatment system. To sell the pro Mayor Bi gs.
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be a senior class uid one a.
classmate. + k.ty' to Decide
The parade went off without ti' PropertyUwners ,

hitch, the buses still got off on a .
time, mid by 1 p.m. Friday the, ;r ., i '
flouts were dismantled behind jlie ;' ," Fate of Downtown '
BUS cafeteria For more on 1i Project

homecoming see Section II. '
Property owners in Starke's downtown business district will meet '
today Thursday) to discuss plans for a half million dollar streetscap-
'ing and parking-lot acquisition program in the city core. '
L The meeting will be held at 6:30: p.m. in the Econo Lodge, hosted by
Union Head Pleads for Dismissal of the Downtown Progress Committee,''a merchants group that has been ,
Charges exploring methods of rovements for several months.
:' Jim Robinson of the Jacksonville engineering firm'Bartholomew
I; *,., vr :' and Associates,will show slides of the present downtown area and present -
I' 1 tentative plans showing. the dramatic changes possible through-

Instructor ', professional Ureetscaping, .
Against Suspended Cosmetology Fred Fox, a' community development consultant who has worked
,. with the1'city of Palatka and several other towns and cities in the area,
will discuss alternate plans of financing, whereby improvements can
I be paid for by a bank loan secured by income from a special tax
Another plea to, dismiss all standing case. Attorney Terry Mrs. Miller said Mrs. Hutson was ,f "I'' don't know when this board district in the downtown area and/or'a tax increment program.
charges against suspended vo-tech Brown told the questioning board arrested Oct. 11, that the suspended ;'authorized criminal proceedings" Under the' tax district plan, property owners in the area to.be;
instructor Betty Stevens Hutson in members that authorization to file teacher was notified to appear but said board member Judy Becker, benefitted by Improvements would pay an increase based on the front
exchange for her resignation was criminal charges came !from the failed to appear at'a hearing set who !said she'd voted for the hearing footage of their properties The increment program would provide
made Monday night, Oct. 13, to the superintendent's office. ,that the because. she didn't receive the befor the Department of Administration that the difference between property taxes based, oiv present.
Bradford School Board by teacher superintendent has that authority. notice, which resulted in her arrest, examiner. When Supt. assessments In the downtown district and the taxes paid after Im
union President Julie Miller Board member J.R.f ( Jim ) Mrs. Hutson was told the misde- ,Casey looked up a vote on the Hutson ,provements are made would be earmarked by city and county governments
Mrs. Miller told the board that Lawson said he didn't like criminal meanor criminal charge could resultin casein the minutes, Mrs. ,Becker to retire a loan or a bond Issue to finance the necessary
Mrs. Hutson would reconsider her charges being filed under the school as much.as a year in jail, Mrs. partially retracked that statement, streetscaping and parking lot 'acquisition. It is possible that a corn
stipulation of settlement. if the board's name name without his Miller. said. saying she did vote for that particular bination of tax district and tax increment could be used with funds
charges are dropped by',the board. knowledge. The complaint signedby "I don't think this Is your nor our motion and the wording could from one used for street improvements. ,and funds from. the other used,
Mrs. Hutson, a cosmetology instructor assisstant state attorney David purpose," Mrs Miller told the school be construed to mean that criminal' for parking properties. |,
at the B-U Vo-Tech Center, is A. Giant states the charges are board. charges could also be filed. : k Fox explained that the tax increment plan was a '''painless.way for
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charged with turning in fraudulentper brought byhe Bradford County ''The school board faces a policy .At That point Supt. Casey asked for Cities" and counties to aid,Improvement programs since unless improvements
diem vouchers after a Feb. 11-14 School Board. decision, not a legal decision, attorney ,the case to placed on the agenda at are made in the downtown, district there would be no increase -
field trip to Tampa. Supt. Tom Casey said hel didn't Terry Brown told school' the Nov 22 special meeting "..so all'the .1 in property values and even a possible decline,with a resulting'. !
An Oct. 29 hearing date, awaitedfor know the request was coming up board members. "The board can doa facts can be available." Joss ot revenue to the governmental units. .
several months, before an examiner Monday night, that he didn'} have it pleases"Browq said Board member J.T. Parrish said Fox said the city would actually benefit from the lax increment pro
front the state Department complete details of the case ready '.his position the same that he is gram by eventually earning more tax revenue produced by the area's .:
\'' of Administration has been given the for the school board, and asked for Hearing. Long Sought... aware of the direction'the'case'istaking. increased tax base, .r
school board, it was revealed Mon- time to refamilarize himself and "At long last we did get'a hearing' The downtown Improvement program is, planned ti coincide with '
day night. A hearing on the criminal school (board with the case.. During date," said attorney Brow of the '>, Chairwoman Patricia Spengler the development of a Santa Fe Community College Endowment Corporation -;.
complaint locally is set for Nov. 5. discussion, it' was'agreed to bring ,board's request for a hearing by the, '.said after the meeting that some action Starke Center in the 1902 Bradford County Courthouse. It Is. ,...
/ School board members were not the at a special meeting to Department of Administration. The should be taken In the case else believed that the combined project is unique In that it Is probably the 'f, .
'4 aware that criminal charges' had be schedule within a few: days. At !board's option is to continue with the future infractions would have the first time that a college and a downtown district! have worked together -: si :
.been brought against Mrs. Hutson '4:30p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 171\ the hearing, or' reconsider: the settle-< 'tacit' approval of the school hoard. i In a coordinated: )improvement.program.. :>' > ., H < :;'fr ..
,' until it came out Monday when Mrs. time of the meeting was still not set ment request which the board has : .. ,,' ". ." ,
Miller again brought up the long 'tled. ., ;I previously!: refused, Brown stressed; 1(See In tr cto .uPu, ; T'

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1'1! BIG Ballot; Turnout Awaits' Bradford:.YotersinNQ v* 6, Presidential' ', Election" '> (E .11

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:the November 6 General Election Geraldine A. Ferraro or electors In :peals Judges are ,Ralph W.. Ninv'' 4isbursement'ot state funds by elec- iions. \. board of county''commissioners to be '
contains only one local race In Brad- the Republican ,Party' for: Ronald. mons. John Klein"Wigglnton, and, j: 'tape,''or any "' ,composed of ..cither- five' or seven
II" ford County but Supervisor of Elec. Reagan and George Bush. Earle Zehmer," 'other transfer medium Deletes ob- No. 4. SPEECH OR DEBATE'rRIVILEGE members .' '
lions Neva Flynn predicts an 75 percent For Legislative State Representative .Isoletej language 1 relating to"the ,-Proposing an amendment '
turnout to vote in the presidential in Dist 21 the choice is bet.. The ballot also Includes eight conk' 'countersigning ,of warrants by ,the to the State Constitution' to proVide No. '6. ELIGIBILITY' TO, BE : :
race and and-Legislatlve Dist 21 ween Incumbent Frank Williams stitutlonal ammendments:. Governor. that legislators' speech or COUNTY COURT JUDGE Proposing
contest.In (Dem.T and F.L.. ."Chance'Irvine; }-? : debate relating to legislative duties. an amendment to the State Con- ;
1980, 82.2 percent of Bradford (Rep. No, 1'. 'EXEMPTION OF"' 'No.3. PROCEDURES OF Is privileged and ,that'legislators .solution effective July U1965, to require ,: .',::
County's 'registered voters turnedout .In Bradford County county com HOMESTEAD AND PERSONAL,, JUDICIAL NOMINATINQ COM' shall not be questioned in any other that unless otherwise provided "
to cast ballots in that presiden mission seat Dist 5 willbe, either PROPERTY' FROM 'FORCED ,. ;-MISSIONS-: Provides that unH rm' Mace jj with respect ther4to..No. .; by .genera} law,) no person shall be ;;
tial campaign year. ..Jn 196, the Wilbur L. Waters (Dem.. pr pen C. SALE Provides that the exemptionof -rules of procedure be established by for the office of county COIWt' ..-,.
". percentage was 80.4. JoltzendorfJI'Rep.). a homestead and of personal pro*, judicial nominating commissions at &. ELECTION; or.COUNTY judge unless he is, and ha* been for :
The' ballot/to" be used Is In non-partisan balloting, the'decision perty to the value of$1,000 from fore*',, each level of the courteystRtn! and ,COMMISSIONERS: >Provides, that; the preceding five years; a member'of .' '
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": unusually paper large measuring 17'l>y 27 Is whether to retain five judges ed sale and certain liens shall extend .,,tiiat the rules may be repealed by county ?commissioners shall be1' the bar of Florida Unless otherwise
! inches and including 18 separate two- on the Florida Supreme Courtand to any natural person,:not just the;( ,'general law "or;: by. the,.Supreme ([elected as provided by law\ therebyremoving provided by general few.'a person ,, .. .
I I.,. ', Items to mark. three on the District Court of Ap head,, of a family : In the presidential race a vote-for peals They are Supreme Court .. Commissions their' records ': ,.that 'county' commissioners appointment Jo-.the office,I .of,county. ,
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'' electors in the Democratic-' Party -Justices Raymond Ehrilch and, ''No: '2. DISBURSEMENT";OF,$" !0: be open to the pMtetic,* except' .'must be eitotod at large by the elec;*'',, ; ..

f I. wilt select Walter F.'Mondaie, ,and 'Lennder J. Shaw Jr. Court'.of Apf ?. STATE, FUNDS, :* Authorizes" -",the'$ ; 'M deliberations, ,of ;the. ,.commls-;" ors'. ;.of thtt county, : ,',,and,.allows,the\ '1<; 'C8f'e''-.,I',.c..... ,. '+, ., ",I." '.,. ,".'Mt",.., L,"p,. ," 11$.
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(froinpug'e IA) court Judge in a county: ,haying 'a',\ .t.ev6nt[ Je"e.lJ, .pajd..'," ,from' '."''@tlate|,f', tax
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population of'40.000 or less if he Is a': : : .
Original Complaint... member in good standing of Ufe bar
In the original complaint broughtto of Florida.No. No.8. PUBLIC EDUCATION
the school board in July Mrs. Hut- .,' '.Tc+r+ t i CAPITAL OUTLAY BONDS Pro-
son was cited on nine. counts of posing an amendment to the State
misconduct in office, immorality, 7. BONDS FOR STATE Constitution to provide for the levyon
and wilful neglect of duty. CAPITAL PROJECTS Proposingan gross receipts pursuant to
The charges include allegationsthat amendment to the State Constitution Chapter 203, Florida Statutes, us
Mrs. Hutson allowed an to specify the projects for which provided by law to authorize the con-
unauthorized driver to use the school state general obligation bonds may tinuation of the funding of public
van to transport students to a Tam be issued, to provide an exception to education capital outlay bonds for
pa lounge, failed to report a minor the limit imposed on the total the construction of public school,
traffic accident in the van allowed of such bonds vocational education, community
students to drink alcoholic outstanding to allow such principal bonds to be combinedfor college, School for the Deaf and
beverages in the van and added an purposes of sale to allow state Blind and,university buildings
extra day to her expense account ,
Mrs. Hutson took a group of .'
students to a beauty show in Tampa
Feb. 1 -13, during which time the
alledged incidents took place.
Students in the cosmetology class at.

the vo-tech school are usually '
adults, meaning 18 years of age or x'
over. J
In an April 2 school board
meeting, Mrs. Hutson was suspended Fo .4, E
with pay. Last month, wonderingwhen FR
a hearing date would be given, w
the school board stopped payment of RV
Mrs. Hutson's salary :
At the April 2 meeting, Mrs. Miller' ; ,
asked that Mrs. Hutson be allowed to F i, f E .
continue to teach during the litaga- ,
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never was cited in her personnelfile Tiger in a Cage... L 4 4

or reprimanded. The Sophomore Class was third in skit competition late at night making this! float as anybody else. They L Lk ,
Mrs. Hutson was silent during the and second In skit competition, but they worked Just as tried, I L ,
April 2 school board meeting. She Brad Green halt a cute Tiger,Gloria Alvarez caged. ,
told as news reporter after the '
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David W.Norton The remainder of the team and the Gold Rings '... $19.00 up o E '
Bradford Co. Forester advisors received an honorable 0
Bradford Chapter, Future mention for the time and effort spentto 20% Off 14 KT Gold Chains M
Farmers of America, placed sixth In prepare for the contest. ,
the overall team events at the annual The overall team winner, Bronson 20% Off All Watches M PL .
forestry contest October 11. FFA, of Levy County, earned the I Ij j
Congratulations to all the con- right to compete at the Forest 30% Off Birthstone Rings E \i
testants and their advisors for a Festival, October 19, in Perry. A ,
great effort! variety of contests, demonstrations, 30% Off Certain Groups of' ,
Twenty-five chapters in the nor and displays relating to forestry can
theast Florida area competed in the be seen at the festival. Of course,the 14 KT Gold Wedding Bands
ontest held at Austin Cary barbecue is the highlight of the day.
Memorial Forest. A representative The public is invited to all activities. ,
forester from Owens-Illinois' was Final note anyone planning on PLEASE ELECT
available to present ribbons to the tree planting this winter is remindedto FREE Ear Piercing w/purchase of '
individual winners. order trees now. Some seedlingsat
Bradford FFA had winners in the the state nursery are already sold $10.00 Starter Set BEN HOLTZENDORFCounty
following events: out or are in short supply. Please ,
1. Kim Norman,4th place, Timber contact the County Forester's office from Commissioner Republician i
Estimation with a Biltmore Stick. for assistance Be conservative, shop around, then buy us. ,

2. Robert. Thorpe, 6th place, We'll give a good deal on anything. on November 6 PO POL AOY
Timber Estimation with a Biltmore Explorer Scouting
Stick. To Be 964.8485 ,964.7064
Troop Formed
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Timber Estimation'Ocular. Any .. .
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Identification.A interest in Emergency Medicineor ;w.w !:,o'W'' -td9'r% 'yY; ;oj'
Fire Fighting will have an opportunity
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to explore these special- Gold Kist Inc.
interest fields during the coming !
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Reader"Says... year.Bradford The program County will Emergency be offered by Ser the 1 11 Farmers Mutual Exchange ';I

JV Parent Thinks vices, according to Cliff Chapman,
Director of Services.A Ave.9647871' ;
Team Deserves Emergency 2226 N. Temple .
meeting for prospective new
More RecognitionI members of an Explorer post announces its J.r t: '
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specializing in Emergency Medicineand
due the JV
think an apology is to <
Fire will be held at
football The team team.was not recognized at 812-A North Fighting Grand St., October 22 at Annual Meeting & Patron Appreciation Sale 'i-:
the Tornado Whirl. The JV team is 7 pm. at the Emergency Services .
Building located at the corner of
treated Also, in as the if they football do NOT programs EXIST.sold Grand and Weldon' Sts. Friday, October 19, '1984 Sale will be all day Refreshment Served
at the games, the Varsity team, the Reservations tor the meeting may
Varsity cheerleaders, and,, the JV be made by calling 964-6911 betweenthe Business 12:00 Noon
cheerleaders are all recognized with hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m daily, Meeting-at :
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pictures and names, but where is the -- V
JV team? "Cheerfulness is the spice of SpecialsZimectrin 1
Why should recognition only be all truth." Pestalozzi -- JI
given to Varsity? An athlete has PasteWormer --
feelings, even in the 9th and 10 V- ji '-i-v
grades. It seems that an athlete gets THE BRADFORDCOUNTY ,I I For ea. ]
recognition only in the llth and 12th TELEGRAPH ; '
grades.JV .
parents are very concerned Published every Thursdayat Super Special Futurity '
over the treatment of the JV team 135 W. Call Street Dog Food : j

The TEAM has feelings and pride. If Starke, Florida 32091 $ 00 HorseVitamins .. I
you don't think parents back the JV,, I :
come to a JV game and see the sup Second Class postage paid at 79'0.
port of theJV team. Even at the out. Starke, Florida' r
of-town games, the Bradford JV Nuggets ,21% .
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parents and friends outnumber the Subscription Rates; Peanut '
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area: $10.00 per year
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Faced with Bradford< County'*;)!upcoming -'' : Hon abatement." tax purposes' on( it* proposed k"/ gift, l ,i
November I 5 action on The Nov. I 5 deadline on adoption of Since if mining is banned in the '..
passage of a CSV (conservation the ordinance was set last springwhen swamp its peat content would no ".'
? 4)n a district) ordinance, Georgia-Pacific Georgia-Pacific asked for a longer have any monetary value.
} r officials are scheduled to,meet today six-month: delay to negotiate a gift of Don Morgan, director of SKWMI,
; r |Thursday, Oct. 18)) with directors of \it l,swamp agency to Nature Conser- said it was likely the agency would
the Suwannee River Water Manage- vancy of some state agency. accept Georgia-Pacific's gift, but
Unless Georgia-Pacific completesthe that the board pf directors would
ment District (SRWMD) and pro
jS pose giving GP's 9,316 acres in the transfer before the Nov. 5 adoption want to consider all phases of the
Santa Fe Swamp to the state agency. of the CSV district it would proposal before taking final actloh.tY .
The Bradford County Commissionwill mnt! <*riniv affect the flnnramal for" \
hold a public hearing At 10 a.m.
Monday, Nov. I 5 (the regular mon Truth !f
thly meeting) on its proposed CSV Apostolic
district zoning ordinance which United Pentecostal. Church I
would ban mining in environmentally N.!. 2nd, St., layrtay. Florida
PMMT bMmn W.fright-1.:IIaMaSund.y "
sensitive wetland ir order I
areas > Morning . 10 AMlun".y ,\ ;
"not to Impair their1 natural functions .
Ivrnihia Worship 6:3O PM.'hur".y
such as ground water Worship 7:30 PM ,<
recharge, flood control and pollu- Fr.. Horn Bill Study ; : "'. I
ACTS 2138 SALAVATION ,. ,
: t !d df Buddy Davis Com Worship With U. :

i dS q I 1 p Critical But Stable The Hartfordloves .

b y Sun columnist and, tlnlv'er.sity of STARKE mature
Florida ,Journalism professor
ash i I t HoranceG. "Buddy" Davis remained CHURCH OF GOD ddvejr'weegluaraaitee I.
; 'i in critical but. stable condition 422 N. St. Clair 964-5443
Seniors Second. Tuesday in Alachua General Walter!!! F. Montz, Pastor it.Ifyou'readriver .
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Hospital following d heart attack at
We invite you to worship with us.
The Senior Class was$ecouthtthehnnicsomhrgfluat' homecoming the bt'ht. his home on Saturday evening. As of.Wednesday ATTENDED NUHStHY age ; i
couipditim: RilL Mime people, especially the Hfiiiors, The Que n'lI Court, l-f, are Brenda llnwek, 1Jl: %1IScott' morning,. his condition 'Sunday SehNl . :. 10 1.1" 50 or older,The Hartford I
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thought they had the best flout. Judges! however, Karen Klimills, and Kay Allen lIol'\I't'qllllil" had been listed as fair. Mr. Davis is
: Morning" Wmlrip . . . 11 i.m.Evening can guarantee that
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... _.L.. having worked on the paper as a Stralcf p.m. your auto Ipsurance
'r,.;, reporter. Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: p.m.THE won't I be; canceled just
because you have! an ..
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Chance Irvine Challenges Williams your insurance won't
MEAT STORE be canceled because '1''

Republican challenger Chance Ir- and sere punishment. Legal growth plan? she explained.The of your age or any \
vine of Orange Park, points to three loopholes must be closed. She,will, 105 Edwards Road (Across from Community Bank) claims you file. Plus, .
major Issues in her campaign for work to strenthen laws that protect 964-5082 we pffer generous discounts ,
state representative in District 21: citizens, assist victims, and put the, problem with this (corrtmis-; for mature
sion, she said, is that it
crime, taxes and growth, manage rather removes BOX OF 10 "
burden of criminals
justice on drivers with good
local control on the issues faced In $ QO
ment. than on society.On population! growth. ." Ribeye Steaks .,.' ...,, :',::,. 10 driving records.
the tax issue, Mrs, Irvine says i"\ :. If you're:a mature idriver'
state i government has reached, into "Williams voted for the bill\ which CENTER CUT and want quality -

our pockets too many times. Over deleted" input from local governments Pork Chops. . . . . m. loo protection;special
the past two years, we have paid additional she said. The effect was to rates and lifetime re "
I taxes in the form of sales add more state, control. Whole Ha Premium Grade A USDA Choice newable auto insurance -
tax, property:itax, and gas tax But tl/- coverage,ask for
'Jv our money isn't going to critical Mrs. Irvine has lived, in District 21 Frers Round Steak; autd insurance from
+ for involved in.various
areas 'such as education and seven years
Hartford. Call
'highway'maintenance,. it's going to community activities including; 59cb. $ 99 The our
waste, ,in Tallahassee, she says. American Heart. Fund, American i Ib. agency<$y.Don't
Chance wants to develop a trim, ef- Cancer Society, Leukemia Society, make a decision -
fiecient State government that, will Humane Society of OrangePark.. ''Boston Butt Brisket 'Stew on automobile t
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provide only those programs, .Special Olympics. She also Servedon Insurance without'a
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necessary to citizens of Florida!. Senator Paula Hawkins' $ : 39. quote from s.
nominating committee for (Ih //Air $119 '
"Frank Williams voted for the Force Academy. < ;. .1 Ib. 'lb. HODGESInsurance
sales tax increase, gas tax increase, .
unitary tax,.a tax on business and In- Mrs Irvine served as chairpersonof ; Agar s""; kad. Smoked Sliced : Agency
dustry which has been so damaging the Clay County Republican Executive .
that the governor has called a ,Committee and as stale Sausage Baconi21 964-4571
special session for Dec. 6-7, to repeal 'committee woman. .
$ .
it'she' said. $129.Ib
She' graduated from Lake .Erie Ib, 101A Edwards Road
The growth management Issue is College, Rainesville, Ohio,wilKa In- ..
of primary concern to all Floridiansand major in Economics" History and AUTO! LIFE MOBILE rIOMES..
hance'lrvlng l especially to ,those'.counties Government. She also completed 'AR Meat DelmonicoBeef HOMEOWNERS
RepubllcanCondid !* without comprehensive growth one1/year,at Marshall-Wythe Schoolof
For Dl.tt 21, Hou..$.at :, ... management plans, she said.She"said .. Law, William a,ml Mary Stew Steaks ;L :
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*'v Williamsburg, Virginia. She I Mai a'
Mrs. Irvine is challenging incumbent a commission, composed native of Virginia Her ,husband $189 9.1b. .399b; HARTFORD I
Frank Willia s fkMiddleburg. of the ..cabinet. .wilJLroanage.; the works with,State Farm Insurance.tpaign Ib. THE

for the seat he's rierclfor 1:? years. growth in areas without compreheiv bisc .Mr&.UF .. "'- .L ," ,. ..,. ..... . .. h ,
,. ,. Miijj sive plans.The commission canals< 3 : {I"' ,
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take these to school', the'teacher. "fj** *(; *.'
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children home..where we rear and educate our ,J Jlho Establishment of A Starke. CenterBy ,. ; t;..,.,, ,

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...and have a bit of fun if there is any ,i Community College Endowment Corporation ",. ".. I ;11: :n!;\ lj. ;'I
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This Is the town that embodies alt our Progress '
plans and Committee the .'I'
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future /<
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prosperity "' 'I ,,_ ,
That is why J believe I owe my townan <' '\. '. ,
obligation... This unique and exciting project has two phases: T {

An obligation to support it r. Complete renovation ot the Interior of the Old .
Courthouse
to adapt it for use for college'classes..
k with my best effort in seminars labs I ,
library needs
and
offices Space will be
reserved for
I use by the Historical Board ot '
everything for betterment as a 1 Trustees for museum and other
and
purposes o large and well
r appointed conference room will be
place to live for made available for
my family I use by
j any community for
group meetings or seminars. '"
and me... t 2. The Santa Fe Center will become the keystone of Downtown Redevelopment under the 01..1; # ',
Moral support for those the Downtown auspices
things Progress Committee, with the acquisition of additional beautification and
that are right and which parking areas for student, open-space .
faculty and general public use In the downtown area. This Is believed to be .. .
make one town stand head and j l the first time In the U.S. that downtown developers and d .
shoulders ":: a college center have cooperated In a unified
over another when It ,, redevelopment project.
comes to educational advan- I ,

tages, religious opportunities, .. ., j' ."
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facilities, and a wholesome a EDITOR'S NOTE: I I

background for family living. the This most week's Important editorial page IK bring devoted. UH a community service, to one .Physical messages ever presented to the clll/.eiiN Starke and Brad. .
Support in rolling up ford County. ' ,, i
my sleeves and pitching in I ,

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CHURCHES, CLUBS, and other SERVICE ,. 1. ..Uco1,1 CO"" ,.'.i t: ,1.4t01:4 <<: Metd.5vu l t' I .\
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ORGANIZATIONS.; n\.C, old 1 : altady : Q
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social sciences, and additional t' CC. f CO"4 bt6h v\\\ o. "
personal ference Room and kitchen free of charge for of ,.,\\\ b.'IV" 1C 01: C o.t :..
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opportunities regardless of age. meetings, seminars and 1\\U: ..4uC.\\0\: a Yaar: talocsta: .ltofi!
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for all _d ,
opportunities y; / ax e .oo. co bl a d 'tt''
citizens, the Santa Fe Community tat: Ot 11fdo: + \au
College Stark. Center will J" : :.,:; yla 1a Md a
be on Integral part ot Call Street ,0.\, ., c". 4 sop 4ue.d., C\ lflr MlM r') ;!
redevelopment, c, .. co.. '' ua." I
stimulating activity In the downtown district dnd lending ..c.e ace. ,i i4rw I. .u\\" .1
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a .. fan Jahns
: ; participatCircuit .. 1 more 01 S. National .
NavlngH In their higher education bv. hawing an ei.pandM I "- .. Our youth The V ,.:Roth f,or Ida ;', '
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In a regular la-werk I P {' f "
HeineNter not Including fefed unight
week), mam \ 'f
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person now commuting three day a week bet ., '
wren Slarke and Gainesville spends approximately I7K7 ,\OSsenot h t% 'A.dd/flonol 'IJ
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for transportation food and drink. For a five-day wou'or grea, benelll s ; .
a week yk 1be cO $ '
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commuter, the coM IM 'of' btY' tor ,C/// /o OUr
approximately 11.312.: Therefore, en probe t \'lope'hedule 0OS 01 buslness'eorn W D-V/r/ be
a minimum navlngH of at 'least I7H7 to 11,312: t. t "" \ m Starke. 'ol
to each "o o'o 'Pfo./c'
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County student will be : M pan ; nd
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.the Starke Center' ", ,_I ., c.Of'"e..I ;fly A'F will\ k -'"en m os'"It deckl' ;, .. .. this
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WHY- LOCAL SUPPORT IS NEEDED : d .these expanded In the Starke ". I'
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Under- Florida statutes, colleges and groups, corporations .industries, and other's';( s ,.C. E I win O'St.enAdminlstretor Bradford ,. ,,; ,": 1

universities are not permitted to use capital businesses. No amount is too large or too +[ Hospital Inc i

outlay funds to establish branch campuses. small. to be helpful. ,- .
In order to establish the Starke Center; it is All donations,of gifts of cash or in-kind : ;rr; rq

necessary to rely on tax-exempt contribu. assets to the project are totally deductible y[ypyyceTivgamtj .If.4
tions from the private sector requiring through the Santa V. V. tSTARKE '
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participation Individuals, as well as civic Endowment Corporation.
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Tampa was Park the Methodist setting for Church the mar-in Diaz The maid of honor was Miss :Tina was held at the Palma Cela : paxon.. I ,
rlage of Lynda Anne Chaires and and. the matron of honor was Club by the bride's parents. i\:
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Doyle Edward Conner Gina Chaires, sister-in-law of Out of town guests attending '
Jr. on Satur- the bride. to the 'if"
day-Pct-, at 7 Bridesmaids were Col. and Mrs. Martin ,-
p m. with Rev. Joe I
Dorothy Shinafelt ,
Smith of Palm Harbour, and Bruce
performing the double-ring Logston, Stacey will
ceremony.The Elaine Soskls of Havana, Fl., Jennifer eman, Martin Coleman,Jr,Mr. for I ,
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bride Is the daughter of Mr. Moody of Tallahassee and Mrs. J.H. Williams, Debi Griffin and .
and Mrs. Gene Chaires, Jr. of Tam sister Kimberly Conner of St. Marys, Ga., son Casey, Congressman and '
of
the
pa. The groom Is the son of Commissioner Broom 1 'rat Sam Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. !

Doyle Conner and Mrs. Kitten The bridesmaids wore long I

former Conner,Starke both residents.of Tallahassee and burgundy print.satin Their gowns bouquets With a were jacquard d Arts and Suc'j i '':

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The Social Side The fourth annual Arts and Is a 1
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Festival will be held on and .
Oct. 20, from 9 a.m, to 3 p.m. I .'
Mark's Episcopal chur
hand
Gladys Mooty Of TheSociety and Parish house on ; served ,,
Jackson and Water streets in sold
This festival has been
Editor, very I

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Heard about the newest discovery in me war against fat? It Is absolutely .

'. amazing. Believe it or not this great new discovery allows '
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Child Abuse Progam .. ,, s1 wantl) Ifs called EC DIET PLAN or "KONJAC Mqnnan. and here's .
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", .. ." .- how |It works: All you do Is toke 2 capsules with water about thirty t 1"

,'. d ....:4 '. minutes before each meal. This gives'you the natural feeling of ,
Given "'t
at Starke Woman's Clu) ; ;1iW"" ';'" fullness without even picking up your fork.,Imagine how.you'd look '

Mrs.Doyle Conner Jr. carving: 7" off you hips..dp to 4"off,your thlgha...up to 5" :

J I ,,' off your buttocks and up to 7" off your waist. No more .
Child Abuse Prevention was the work, in any field, for this meeting, filled with that The bride need to suffer, exercise, feel deprived while lose EC
presented by Mrs. ....T as it will be"a preliminary to the ivory roses were tip- given in marriage by or guilty you
program Young at the Wednesday, Oct. 10 District 4 competition.Mrs. ped in burgundy. her father, walked down the aisle DIET PLAN Is 100% safe and contains no drugs. 'ft,was first checkedout
luncheon-meeting of the Starke Canova and Mrs. Young re- brother The best man was Bryant Conner; which was filled with candles'and by members of the JMA (JAPANESE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION/ ).
of the Groomsmen'were She
Woman's Club which met at noon at counted recent visits to Mrs. O.L. Gene Chaires groom. of candlelight greenery. wore a beautiful EC DIET PLAN Is so effective |'t Is actually being sold with an ironclad
Tampa decorated with
gown se-
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the club house.President Beasley, Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, and
Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr. Mrs. H.C. Ritch, all of whom are brother of the bride, Phillip Munyonof quins and seed pearls.The gown and Unconditional money back guarantee
presided the Life Members of the Woman's Club Tallahassee, Frank Owings and veil were both trimmed in Venice Andrews Koch's, Mitchells
over meeting and Mrs.
R.A. Green, Sr. the of.Starke. 'There being no further Doug Waters of Ocala and Tommy'Benn lace and both were semi-cathedral Store
invocation
gave Pharmacy Drug Drugs
business, the of West Palm; ushers,were, length. Her bouquet was filled with
The secretary were heard.and treasurer'sminutes by; the president.meeting was adjourned Doug Miller and Randy Glenn of Ivory roses and fern: leaves. 356 W. Madison 106 W. Call St. 121 E. Call Sr
KIssImmee. After
the
ceremony a reception '
i Halloween decorations with fresh
flowers in fall hues decorated the .1

tables: Mrs. W.B. Scoggins Introduced famous Matter is .. .. ,
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Mrs. L.T. Young of the Child NEW LOW,
Abuse Prevention Program, who I

was the guest speaker for the education YOUH CHWCt WITH' ', EAGL" .
program Booklets were. given OH MOM LAYAWAY PRiCESI
to each attendee, detailing ways to f a N NO lwr MMV rii "I "
recognize, prevent, and report .0...ik.f/.eNs teef .:.
suspected-cases of child abuse. A
film ,depicting case histories was ;
shown. Mrs. Young stated that 1
hopefully,' there will be future sessions -
on "Parenting Stress" for .
which volunteers will be needed. .
Anyone who is interested in aiding 't :
.*,.this program is encouraged to contact ST Thursday
;, Mrs. Young, who will be, A'
organizing sessions geared toward 1."hr
young parents in today's society.'Asa 'Oct
token of the appreciation of the 4bp11 :
club, Mrs. Young 'was presented Sunday'
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With plant. .
Several items', recently received __.__ ._ : _. .
by the club were reviewed by Mrs pSflKESmI oc.21i'
J.E. Byrd, corresponding Secretary. -
Mrs. J.W. Griffin;. 3rd vice presi- '
dent, Introduced Mrs.: Ruth Merlie, a COME IN FOR YOUR GAME CARD
director of "ArsenicfandhOld Lace"to
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V AYAP1INTAPIT RI
be presented in J
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M', Rehearsals for'this>& W I !1TM :4; h'ttrfi'' ANffi2i YAM Jf KK INJaU1.T.' Z
be held Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday nights at the Club at 7:30 N ed 4't

p.m. Although most parts have been I Fy

... cast,more male roles need to be fill-

ed.Upcoming on the club calendar is
the benefit bridge/canasta luncheon
to be held on Tuesday, October
30. Tickets are $5 each; for
cardS, to begin at''10 a.m.'with'' lun-
cheon to be served at noon, and
followed by an afternoon of cards.
Mrs. Griffin reminded the group of
} the Hacienda Girls',Ranch building
All TIN. .
PfUCf S MUg
fund, which the Woman's Club of *
> Starke is 5/418 5/2M a SA..." 389 >
backing enthusiastically, 9- 1 7. SAVE LX 9 SAVE** N'S BOYS'
for donations be SA !fi% .... R
Envelopes may Rg.5/S8S M14.........111.11 fteg.1.20BATHTISSUB ftag.1.04 g g. 12M Ftog. 4.97 Beg. 3.93
secured from Mrs. Griffin. HAVOUNE Hoao on., SALTED MIXED NUTS FASHION DENIM JEANS OMEN'S DRESS SLACKS SWEATSHIRTS

: Mrs..George Roberts, fourth vice- Provides excellent wearprotaetant. Soft N' Pretty'4- MtC 350 2. Nutcracker Salted mixed nuts Mn' poly/cotton or cotton Polyester' stretch dr.** slack* 'Men's or boys' sweatshirts In
president cited the recent additionsto Controls.*lutfg*. 1 ply sheets per roll. Decorative ha*.lies than 60%peanut*. denim ln* In auorted *tyl**. w/l pal.. A *t. solid color crew or hooded style*.
the club; such as'a large bulletin quart. print: *. 12 elL can.8AVK1M 28-38. 28-42. Htrt tf...Mil'sJ.MB y s'-i l!.
board, and'new plantings around the
fountain, furnished by Mrs. Thom- ,
son. Mrs. C.E. O'Steen'S restoration I,
,report was read In her absence by I ." i n .
Mrs. Cuttino.The report asked for .
suggestions from the members for / ,
,further Improvements to the ,, .
building; as we are in a "holding"! '
: pattern at present; .--
x The recent "Dollars forDelegates" ..-.- SAVEM.. % I .
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bake and rummage sale
was reviewed by Mrs..FE,,Ahrhart,, AS t '..s. ,,,VAL \\L\i\,
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and Mrs. F.J. Shaw, Mrs. E.R, !!' ':'7.. SAv'soo '
Kraft,, hospitality chairman, announced ,Sa, 1.oo 'fiflig,9:91: T SavtZar 484 4'i 5''igRip.
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:' a new club'policy of fixing .9:99: 2 LB. SOCK-IT R"9. TENNIS BALLS .... TO
", .,'luncheon '' plates for our' shut-in 4 PC.CAR MAT SET A must for wtotortx- Orange tnrf baft MIIN'B WESTERN SHMTTS MN'SDRU8 SHHtTS MEN'S SILK TIES

.. ';.members ,of Club meeting days Heavy duty vinyl set 'keep % Ing Control your**Jg, pool.*. km* in pr **urlvd can*. Long *l..v* WMtem'Ihtrta In Short stoev poly/cotton *Mrt* Pure *l* and *i* blend tie to
'Those members celebrating an October carpet dean In deer, brown, bcMrl*. your choICe of mbroldrd or In while and assorted solid an assortment of patt.ma.Wade .
,birthday were treated to a or blu: amH pocketJbt. colon. t4' .t7.
rousing chorus Of"Happy Birthday" '
-A from the group. Mrs.R-A.;Green,Sr;
discussed the feasibility of givingthe :

local Civil Defense unit permission t .
to use the building In time of an I \ I ,
'* <' discussion lI
emergency Following 1 'I
this was passed. 11 tl
The president asked for delegate \ .
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on October 25.,in Jacksonville. \ ; ;
._An Important seasonal announcement ..wAS \
was made by Mrs.,Merlie, who '
stated that the Bradford I Hospital, '&ivutm' .... Q VE1% -. '
6. 12fteg.
,, uwru
; wUP Xray children's candles at 138 15'.3.&An''
,. Halloween. Details of this plan are 5.M. 15.43 11.p t.... '_ Rio.97e g. ...e AeQ 1..... "

J/ yet to be worked out,but volunteers PYA PAINT AMPMSTCMEOREGWVlfl PROCTOR..X, MEN'S DRESS SOCKS LADIIIS'KNIT'TOPS LADIIa"aPORTPANT8
will be needed. EaGI.'a| ...ll. 'purpoae quality COei. MACK toes nylon dries *och* In Poly/cotton Shod stow t tope Nash tton pant have
'Mrs.:H.M. Connelly, chairman of Int.rtor*xUrlor paint.. ,Fast. Ha trM hMdpnone, MyiMi 2-10ouPCIIPIOIIYooftMmeII- a Morted oM color. On KM. w/placket front eontrMt trim watt W/cIwIWStnng.
the arts. and held an"Vnually 1 lion.' tot with...n.d.laM c5/aa. nd wnbrotdcrwd 1090.8. M. L. Control lido piping.8.M.U. i ih
; in 'January.asked that"

'. member designate! .the best, of their) .
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-: hold ,A benefit bridge/canasta, lun
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; ;will be served at noon,and bridge or. p. OlioaMtAb.R.... 11... ..T,
'. i.,,' t canasta will, continue. into the. after< 1kET81f f t.trLMIMflM ,it1NItR MIEN"S OXFORD 1MHl1ES NIfIrSE. OSfORDi1R'drMk
ji noons, '' iwal root: : ''i t00svkglntwkt l.u.d. N.tha -.n.. oxford atyte duty IIhoee Nfim.n.. 'vIRY'' "upP. 'III
\ P 'k'v* : molded hMr,N.dz irp ; ='E r r collar i tonyw:, with Wny4nqp.r on thkk.ape padded oottar.. a tongWml0ilatrk -
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I ;} Parties Given Fi Donna Kaye Carter: Decent Bride: : .' Junior' Woman's Club di8fU8S-; Club- themselves Make, while.Plans their. _, I

Woman'.
,, c : '' L. ., Junior and ser ,'work' A task force from the ; j
i i ; i I' i; honoree; with tie cream'er:' to her Mr,and Mrs.Dvl4Tetallpne; gave i i 1 ed 1':8:projects the prbJects community at .been elected to set up A pro| "
;, Donna Kaye Carter, whose'mar ed by white ivory candle holders chosen pattern as a memento of the a dinner party Friday night Oct.! 12, ) Monday for Oct. 8. the community. The detail! 1
of with pink tapers. I at 9 p.m. at Western Steer Its meeting announced later.
riage to Robert Allen was an event occasion. has decided to do a i pro
Oct. 13, was honored at several parties The refreshment table was Among the guests invited to at- Steakhouse for her son, Robert W. The club Community's La10"'
recently.A covered with a lace cloth and tend between the hours of 7 and 9p.m. Allen and fiance Donna Kaye gram for the Latch-Key refers to The hostesses for the evenl)
bridal shower was given for ed centered white by a decorated candle cake holders flank- were Mrs. Esther Hall, motherof Carter, following the couple's wed-' KeY'Children children.who come home from Betty Chapman, Paula F
Miss Carter on Oct. 2 at Northslde by ivory the honoree and Mrs.Norma Jean ding rehearsal. and are at home by Debbie Flynn and Cindy De
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with pink tapers. The U-shaped tables were covered school "
Baptist Church Fellowship hall by '' Tetstone and Mrs. Gladys Allen,
Mrs. L.C. Sapp, Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Eight friends enjoyed' the occa- mother and grandmother of the with white lace cloths and the mid
and Mrs. George Shuford. sion. groom. dle table was'centered with a dried Did Know.
Games directed by Rhonda Sapp : .___ I IOn arrangement of eucalyptus, baby's' You ,
fiercewas
'and Angela Sapp were played. The home of Mrs; Gladys Oct. 5, a bridal shower was breath, and thread palm in a wicker Sunday school Steve Moran, a student
bridal shower Methodist Women's of Johns
the for Institute
Among those attending were Mrs. setting a given for Miss Carter during the basket. birthdays of Peabody
honoring Miss Carter on Oct. 11. Co- The 32 guests included the wed- class celebrated the University, Baltimore: Mi
Esther S. Hall and Mrs, Oscar lunch hour at the Bradford County Carolyn Eaves
and
hostesses were Mrs. Teila Mercer ding party and immediate families. Lucile Godwin home,Saturday to WednesdaAMERICA'S }
Carter, mother and grandmother of Public Library by Cindy Mc- Percy In
the Brown .
the bride and Mrs. Norma Jean Mrs. Jewel Casey and Mrs. Harriet Cullough and Brenda Hulsey Bren- The young couple presented giftsto with Junch at Thursday. week", 1" ." ,.ill" 1{
last ; \
Gainesville '
Tetstone and Mrs. Gladys Allen, Duncan. da Langford, Lisa Alvarez'and their attendants during the din I '.' :"-If' :,

groom mother and grandmother of the The hostesses presented the Belva Haas were among the guests. ner',j ., \, ..' ,, ', ., I,.' '",,

Approximately 23 guests attended. \ i

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given for Miss Carter by Mrs.Sylvia ------
Reddish Mrs. Betty Shuford and

Mrs.the latter.Peggy Gaskins at the home of Fall Festiva'iOf

The hostesses presented the
honoree with a toaster oven as a
memento of the occasion.
Among the 35 guests were the
honoree's mother and grandmother, '!
Mrs. Esther Hall and Mrs. Eva Savings
Shuford, and the groom's mother i
Mrs. Norma Jean Tetstone ana
'groom's grandmother, Mrs. Gladys

Allen. .- : FAMILY DRUG STORE Shop our 6-page sale circular.. ,.. ,.,,for..,..over. .... .....1CO,,.." more,, Items.. .' on salt, ",I.;.,
A lingerie shower 'was given for 'Y't:: :::: :.;:":',''':;';:':::. ::::"'',;:' :...;::.';- :":::':'::,:::...."."w..vo'" .. .. .,. ".. .. . n, .
Miss Carter on Wednesday, Oct. 10. This I
by Mrs. Don David and Mrs. Al can KODAK BULLY
Chapman at the home of the latter in ri COLOR PRINT BOWL

Lawtey. save youa FILM CLEANSER
The refreshment table was NIVEA CMM-MC .L Rig.
covered with a lace cloth and

centered by a decorated cake flank- bundle' OIL SKIN o9 +4a 75c

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New mothers save 10 on t''RO .. t.II. ,,,..,,,,..,.r.,,,,'urwr...,'' ,,.,:wru I 59 _
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prescriptions and many other .1.qw"uq'e Iw M norm., I ".or'.rd,..,.MM MM I/I' hmnnblr"M dw In.bW wq.'. ,...lrrywm........wol.Iw r.... 1 rdl. .

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Angela Sapp 0

Robert Gorman,Jr.- PEPSI DIET PEPSI

Angela Jo Sapp, ATRA Or TRACK JERCENS PEPSI FREE Or "AA"EVERUDY or"AAA"SHAVING ENERGIZER. :

Robert Gorman Jr. CARTRIDGES MOUNTAIN DEW PUREX

Plan Dec. 7 WeddingMr. LIQUID SOAP 2,,rrI, JOGGING SHOES LAUNDRY DETERGENT' VOURCHOKI BATTERIES- '.

r cx 187 091o.s-oz. ei,. 99 MINI Of R7 001. : i
and Mrs. L.C. Sapp of Starke OIl S 1 Prlctcl ...i.- LAD'I"I.
announce the and While quantities last. mlt 2 I..
engagement approachllg' please Rig 10.00 fl2.1 ,
\ ma.-riage.< J'tHn of Robert theirdaughterAhgeM .. .... i ;.-h .oi u i i j t .. .CJ ,oil' )f.;>P.f} )...r.omhmn"< ri nEVgo Plr ,
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George Gorman, Jr. of Graham, son r / / I1t
of Robert Gorman of Keystone ;I;/
Heights and Linda Johnson of 11

Graham. SHOP M BU I
The wedding is planned for Dec. 7 ':
at 7:30 in Korthside aAiMASCARA
p.m. Baptist

Church.Miss Sapp and Mr. Gorman are II "'" AD ATECKEKD u :: ';;1//

both .1984 graduates of Bradford I 0 ',
High School. Mr. Gorman is
employed by Hart Electric in t
Gainesville.No AFFINITY orJOHNSON'S We meet all locally a-"
invitations issued but REVLON 1:
are being FABULASH advertised
BABY prices
all friends and relatives' are invitedto MASCARA SHAMPOO ENCAPRIN Identical MR. BUBBLE A WHALE OF A BALI I'm'
attend. 7SRIGULARee BUBBLE BATH TUBE t,
SOCKS'R ;
...s..., 1S-4M.AFFINITY 88 SO MAXIMUM 249 merchandise. ,
299 1t-OZ.JOHNSON'S STMNCTH,_..,.., Excluding tobacco & .... :
Items of InterestSusan IaI.PI1ce4I ___ cool aioics .,.., Limit 2 please liquor Items. 10.0z.ggc. .7.c499 '

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Randall ReddishTo SLINKY lb Par TM1C S"*' ''iJf
Wed Oct. 27 DISINFECTING BRACELET me 1 ACc PORTABLE/ 't 0)
SOLUTION or 4 FORFLEXCARE / .. LACK *WHITE {,
BOIL N SOAK I SPOOKY y TELEVISION 'rp
The
wedding'of Susan Faulknerand SALINE FLOCKED EYE HALLOWEEN HORN 70 / ,
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Randall Reddish will take place SOLUTION COSTUMES ass; '
Saturday Oct. 27, at 7:30: p.m. in the la-ez. MASK r sj99
First United Methodist Church witha R es 69C.d' 79 '

Woman's reception Club.following in the Starke CRAYOLA- b c k nal .,' ;
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All friends and relatives CRAYONS NOW A LATlR .
are invited '
2please OXOP1B Crayola CREEPY CREATURES CANDY r ADVANTA W
to attend. whilequantities I R.a.1.. ,.. ,r. DISQUISR CHARACTER 9I Or SUM BARS JIM! ELt1CT1NC IiI..

last 77C MAKE-UP C MASK CANDIESLimit ... .HOTPOT rRSOSx lee.saa I K'p 1'': I
Meth. Sr..Luncheon tleo ut KIT' -

Thursday, Oct. 25 FEMININE I r 444 z '
--i: ELMERS C ,,59 t
All senior citizens are invited to DEODORANT 13-ox. NOw 6 ; ;,
the covered dish luncheon Thursday SPRAY STIX-ALL PLAY Later or 100 '.!
Oct. 25, at 12 noon at the Methodist; 1.S-OZ.1TYWS i CLUE JA K O LANTERN BLOOD ., Slim alms PRESTO rAN.PO Ear 1 '
Fellowship Hall. '-29 1-OZ.MO.U9 FLASHLIGHT r \ 1-0*. A J JOU.Y RADIANT HEAT" ;)'V
E.L. Matthews will R. sr ( OTtW
present a pro RANCHER 3499 }.
gram on the history of Starke and GIANT
Bradford County. I '
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JOHNSON'S' .
Senior citizens of Starke and Brad ,,', POPS p e =$u AX>r a
ford County are cordially Invited to BABY D-CON aa.
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join the group for fellowship and en- WASHCLOTH FOUR CONE 3 MILKY MUSKETEERS WAY HERSHEY'SKISSES 2 CA ":
Joyment. INDOOR FOCCER7.SOX. orREESE'S t'oR' tAPle
Or SNICKERS PACK liP
'- BOX O*SO r = SNACK BA !
Eastern Star 1 39 97 .., eoa.o MINIATURES uro BORTZ PUMPKIN /+t &1 mar ?

Supper Oct. 20 POPS .4.4ir. _

Starke chapter, No. 224, Order bf u&uuI .. 1 i I I C 1 M'' ,
the Eastern T
Star will have a TUCKS HEMOCCULT
MaINoe or;
covered dish supper Saturday, Oct. PADS Iful ECOLON eRDdc Iii :, P KOP'E'' ..r.aoxor .
20, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. o RaRS "
All Masons and.their families are' CANCER 'YRK' 'w.'
invited to attend.. .

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DuPont 25-Year Group ,
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Meeting Set'Fhe !

annual meeting of DuPont's'
23-year Group will be held on Fri
day Nov. 9, at I p.m. Letters will be
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J I Rev:"and:- Mrs. W. A. Lee Celebrate 4OthAni.' ;" t. --. ,I:',' '>' :' n' ,;61' *1
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Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Club winners on Mr, and Mre 4 Drew J? were I
celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary The refreshment table was the cake. Herbert Thomas and Mrs. Lloyd Oct.9 were: first Rhea Johnson and In Gulf Port, Miss tylst, week on ,
Saturday, Oct. 13, at the covered with a lace cloth and called Wike business '
Approximately 50 guests,, attended the state convention Lora Francis and Molly and Henry :
Econo LOdge at a reception given by centered with a six-tier anniversarycake between the hours of 3 and 6 p.m. to Florida Division of U.D.C., on Oct. Schafer (North/South). and Mrs. Greg Box of Lake
their children, Eleanor Lee of Columbia topped with a bride and Mr.
groom.At
wish the couple congratulations and 8-11 at the Sheraton Inn, Jackson (East/West) first Mike and Mabel of
Tilley
S.C., Wayne Lee of Atlanta points of interest were several arrangements Butler and Mrs. Don Ray
ville Beach Faikel Yvonne Reichmanand .
and Jimmie Lee of Florahome. Also of flowers. Punch, cof-- many more, years" of happiness.. ., ", -,,,, Lillian!; second Daniels. Orange guests of Park Mrs. were J.G. Jackson.,Sunday dinner ',.h;
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<' I : :' Mr. and Mrs, L.C. Early returned Dr. DL. Chubb of Winter Park "
I Presbyterian. Centennial Oct. 28' .;,. : Saturday relatives in from Mobile 10,Ala.days and visit attended with visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Friday Mrs. Clyde after Sinclair a weeks returned visit with last ,\

a family reunion. Thomas last Friday friends and relative in,,Hilton(lead' ;

Under the same roof where con- St. to its present site on East Call open, to the public. r ,SC.". ,, ... ... .. J' ".. .. .,
gregations have worshipped since Street, across from the hospital.Dr. u .
1888 members of the First Cecil Thompson of Jackson,
Presbyterian Church of Starke will Miss.,who preached his first sermon, Special guests will include former, j
gather Sunday, Oct. 28, to celebrate at the Starke church In the early pastors Charles Allen, William S
McAliley, Jack Hand, and Cliff
entry into a new century of service. 1920s while a student at the University McLeod j
,who left Starke for Home
Although the historic sanctuary of Florida,will deliver the centennial pastorate in recently North Carolina. Dr. Entertainment Concepts
now in use was erected in 1886, the message at 11 a.m.A William
Kadel, retired minister of
years church earlier was actually on December organized 5, 1884.two 12:30 covered: with dish an open dinner house will recep-followat Lake services City with, Is the presently a church until conducting a new Bradford Square Shopping Center
The building was moved in 1979 from tion from 3:30 to 4:30: in the is
Its. original, location on North Cherry Fellowship Hall. All activities .are appointment, made. '
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Set For November 15 Held Saturday I .\.;\." '",''1'' ,. ,,,' :.\uS t
,J'i: :r1lll, :: > e., Have th"H .t'.I"I I"H', :V"' .
The annual United Methodist The Sparkman/WInn family reunion Lotonya Johnson, ,. it'\\;". \ 5' ', 55 : :
Women Bazaar of the First United
was held Oct. 13, at '
Methodist Church on Walnut Streetin Gold Head Branch Saturday State Park with Darryl Johnson 40 1 in Rock: :: 7n ; '::); ::
Starke is scheduled for November 85 family 'members attending the Engagement Announced ,Top: ; CountryIf .
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15. The Bazaar will also feature a dinner. n" I
soup-chili luncheon from 11 a.m.to 1 Glen Chandler of Jacksonville Johnny Johnson and Ms. Evelyn If don't have' favorite'oldia I
p.m. as in the past, sandwiches and who is the great grandson of EdwardCabell Banks of Starke and Thomas we your .
dessert will also be on sale. Winn of Hampton, and Susan Johnson and Ms. Ruth Johnson, of .
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Handmade items, canned goods, Idell Sparkman of Graham, was Jacksonville, announce the engage but goodie, we, will I get, it. : ;, .C t
homemade pastries, arts and crafts elected as chairperson for the up- ment of their' children, Latonya -
will be available during the day,according coming year. Renee Johnson and Darryl Tyrone .
to Chairmen Nancy Roberts The oldest person attending was Johnson. zSAVE : I
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and Co-chairman Betty Young. Wilma Sparkman, 83, of Greeley, The, wedding ceremony will be r- cf \ .
Watch for more details during the. Colo., and the youngest attendingwas celebrated on Nov. 3'at 5:00: p.m.at "
coming weeks.Methodist. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.C., on "
two-month-old Laura Ruffner of '
-, Houston,Texas. the corner,of Crosby Pine Streets $ 1 .300 L
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Church '_nrA._ invited tn attend. ft
Announce Pledge Drive on Keyboards


Church The First of Starke United began Methodist it's annual Williams. ,Jewelry Pianos Organs :
pledge drive October 1 and will con-

days tinue;according through the.Chairman next three Desso Sun- Special Selection of 14 KT q Used Piano .

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service to hear the speakerswho
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I daughter of Greg and Julie Padgett ; '
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Christie, her uncle,.Randy Padgettand $11.00'' .
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.bl Pr.scott .
Did You KnowDr. I
I Honored at Show
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. and Mrs. Among those attending UF/Ten- Mrs.Pat Slack of the Econo Lodge Hotel Victorian elegance atop
of'' Maxie Carter,Jr.attended "Putting nessee game In Knoxville on Saturday returned last Tuesday from a weeks West Mountain. _
Prescottwas
Mrs.honored Debt at Overstreet stork shower Fri- and Mrs. Harold Bowers to, On The Ritz' fashion show at the were: Jim and Evelyn Womack, vacation with friends and relativesin then M.attended DoIIaI'
Friday City "The
a Lauderdale spent
Fort Florida Theatre In: Jacksonville Douglas and Hazel Hardy, George Virginia and Asheville, N.C. onson,
day, Oct. 12. given by niferylvia Monday with their son-in-law and Saturday evening in which Mrs. and Neva Flynn James and Gladys Shepherd of the Hills",best attendedoutdoor
Wheeler and daughter,Je daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marty Gotta Carter's great granddaughter, Hobbs, Drew and Ada ReddIsh. drama In America; Little
Held In the Recreation Depart and family and brother-in-law and Danielle, took part. They spent the Lavern and Alma Outlaw, Jim and Mrs. Bobby Case and daughters, Rock, Ark.; also visited Elvis
rproximatelyt50Spersona invited: sister, Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Paterson.( night with Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Sandra Reddish Robert and Gladys Jennifer and Erin, of Lake City, Pressley's home "Graceland": In
were and Johns. Also attending the Show were Green, Marty. brew and Adrienne spent the weekend with her mother Memphis, Tenn.; then on to ttat.tanooga
hours of 7:30
the
E to call. between Mrs Margaret Jackson, Mrs. Em- Mrs. L.H. Jennings and daughter Barry,J.D. and Vernie Odom,Clyde Mrs. Lou Struth. Tenn. to board Tennessee
9p.m.The table maRene Weaver and Jeremy and Mrs. Carol McLendon whose son and Georgie Terwillegar Russell Valley Railroad Autumn Leaf
refreshment was
covered with tablecloth decorated Matthew Scott visited their mother Wayne Kuschel, also participated.The and Muriel Norman Dudley Hardy Cecella TerwiUegar and Novla Special Excursion to Crossville
with infant items a and was centered and great grandmother, Mrs. A.G. Show was a benefit for Child Dolph Reddish and JanetMaslowskl. Ward returned Sunday from a nine- through mountains, valleys and
with a cut glass punch bowl, surrounded Loudon,in Gainesville Sunday after- Abuse Fund. day Ozarks Fall Foliage Tour of forests amid profusion of fall colorat and
various other dishes of noon. seven states. They traveled to its best. Mrs. Terwillegar
,'- finger foods.by Several infant displays'were Bob and Carol Milner spent the Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and Selma Ala. and to Hot Springs, Mrs. Ward also visited Vicksburg.
Park.
Mrs. W.H. Thomson was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Outlaw spent Miss.' National Military
hung in the hall for additional weekend with his parents Mr. and Ark. famous for thermal baths;
friends in Monticello on Sunday and the weekend in Knoxville, Term Murfreesboro where Gen. UIyues'S. Grant with
decoration. A cake made of diapers, Mrs. Mark Milner, in Tallahassee, Ark. to Crater of Gen.
Pampers, diaper pins, and other Monday. and attended the Auburn/FSU gameon where they attended the UF/Ten- Diamonds State Park to search for ; ,OOO Federal troops and Lt. Confederacy *
attending nessee game and visited Mr. and diamonds; Mountain Harbor Lodge John C. Pemberton with 50,000
usable articles was the centerpiecefor Saturday. Among the others ,
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas and Mr. Mrs. Nichols former Starke' fought for
Doug troops
the head table.The gift table was Sun- the Tigers/Seminole game overlooking Lake Ouchita. Mt. Ida, River
decorated with a stork and other) and Mrs. Dale Haas returned were Mike and Nancy Denton,Doug residents. Arkansas; Historic Eureka Springs Vicksburg and Mississippi .
baby items. day after 10 days with relatives in Johns, Martha Struth, Jim and Im- "The Little Switzerland of from Oct. 1862 to July 4.1883.
Several infant dresses were givento Cleveland, Ohio. ogene Locke, Steve and Kathy America", attended Pine Mountain
Mrs. Prescott as hostess gifts.| Register and Mike Reddish. Jamboree and stayed at Crescent

Doris Among Overstreet.guests and Mrs.attending, Rachel mother were Prescott of Mrs.theyhonoree I* --- Presenting An Exclusive- Offer On Beautiful,


and Donna, mother and sister-in-
law. Assisting In serving were Susan Ascot Fine Porcelain China
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Hop Baptist Church 3-PIECE PLACE SETTING *,

Homecoming Oct. 28 .


Hope Baptist Church, located 8;
miles south of Starke on Hwy..100,'
will observe Homecoming Sunday,
Oct. 28.Services. FRE r
will begin with Sunday
School at 10 a.m. Evangelist Stan
Frye, from Taylorsville, N.C., will 1

bring morning the worship message service.during the 11 a.m.' '

Specials in music are planned, -
along with special awards to be' .
With One Filled Card !
given to the member/past member,
who travels the farthest distance toi
attend Homecoming and to the (40 Bonus Certificates) rc ,I
member who has been a member the : .
longest number of years and the Start your *. 3-Piece Set Includes: Dinner Plate Cup Saucer 1
oldest member. A basket lunch will .
be enjoyed, on the grounds after the new collection I PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE ..}
.' morning worship service at approx- today/Builds THURS, OCT 18 THRU WED,OCT.
imately 1 ( / 24, 1964. WE REDEEM FEDERAL,
gospel f.m.A featuring the Naz- --.... \ complete service FOOD SJAMps'CS : GROCERY _
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worth Family, the Sounds of Hope, \ for eight, twelve ,
and others from Hope Church, will
the or more with U.SD.A.: GRADE A
complete Homecoming ac "
tivities. The sing will begin at 2:30 ., # our plan! HiDriPaper
p.m.There will be no night service.' ," 1.11 : LargeBaking
The church invites everyone to be :: -' : : : ) Towels WHITE
with them on this special day. This : OR TO.
year marks the loath anniversary of : Hens
the founding of Hope Baptist ( :: :::1;," .'>. :. ; '" .

Church. :'H. ",_ \ :".:I''t. .. ,, "t 2/$1 '
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Kingsley Lake Church ','....',..M.,",...;.. .., : ---:::..-:.--.., ROLL

Homecoming October 21 ,/ : ', PER 59 UWIT-2 WITH A$10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER."rr .

Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will POUND WMTOHOUSe '

hold its annual homecoming on Sun- ". Apple Sauce. . . seal .69
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day, Oct. 21. '
: )\ AH FLAVORS .
During the 11 a.m.service,church ...'
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Franks Two Liter Sodas .. .69
members who have joined duringthe U.S.DATOPCHOI.CE .. .
past year will be honored. Guest '. .
speaker will be a former pastor, HBnIS.: Chuck $169 SHENANDOAH! "r "":;r, '
,i Rev. Jim Rigdon,who is now pastor Apple Juice . MOZ 1.19r
,, JJ of..Atlantic, Boulevard, Baptist R O t '.' U.+I't T.leMAHd ...' .
j Church Dinner-on-the-Grounds in Jacksonville.. will' _follow. .. a l "b.. ...'....11.. :r". LB' h ""' :. uQ8Ket Quick Grftit. R, ;(:..;IJ'j. .' ,ijJ..2'9'

the morning worship service. All U.SDX' TOP CHOICE ,
former pastors, members, and ', ,
PLANTATION BRAND PURE PORK
friends are invited to come and en- Bnls. Calif. *m QA
joy this great day in the Lord with iiOIIUSAge.. ..1.39 UNDERBLADE $ jj3P & WishboneDressing '
the members at Kingsley Lake Bap- JENNIE O-ALL DARK astir PKO. -
.tist Church, located on Highway 16 Turkey Pan Roast .-., &*, 1.99 Roast JL '; ." .",,;
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at Lake. Rev. '"
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READY TO COOK __ ,.
Douglas Is the pastor.ANNOUNCING. Mr. Fritter Moat Patties. V ,, .89 'FRENCH, ITALIAN OR.1000 ISLAND) ','

JENNICO TRAY PACK US. .DA TOP QUALITY ;%
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Turkey Necks or Tails ..49US.OA SLICEDQuarter I/Aft'
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TOP CHOKC BNLS.CHUCK FAMILY 79 ,
Eye Fillet Steaks". 5S u2.99 \ '' $159 80Z ''
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L fIM01C". \..liraiidliausago .u1 .29 Pork' : Loin \ '''I.

Charles Arthur Futch,III US.DATOPCHOKC FAMILY INMUSTAAo..ClLORHOI'SAUCa. 'K,
Bnls. Stewing Beef '= u1 .99 HICKORY SMOKED Beach Cliff Fish Steak 2,7OZ 1 ..GOOOLLAROl .;;
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Charles Arthur, II and Zona Susan DElICIOUS MARKET STYLE "' ,.,'. ?, ,
Futch announce the birth of a son, Gizzards &: MUSTARD ON TURNO> "
Charles Arthur Futch, III born Fryer u.69 Sliced $129' SunshineQreens .' .r ; ;aca .39
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General CELLO WRAPPED FROZEN TURBOT OR
September 22 in Alachua : .. i 1
Hospital Gainesville. CodFish Fillets ..d. ti .; L.1 .89 Bacon If 3 LBS CORN CHIPS,CHEESS CUR1*CHEESI t funs OR y .
Paternal grandparents are MackS. OVER LB Planter's Pretzels .99
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and Adeline E. Futch of Starke. .'
Maternal grandparents are .'AUVAnenes i -. .,.
Donald and Beverly Welch. Mater- .NoodIeRonI..Jaoz. .69';
nal great grandmother is Jessie Mae 0 :

Welch.Russell Maternal Green, all great of Brooker.grandfatheris Smoked Picnics. 7 g .' .' :; ,

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Heather Dianne Ritchie "f.. : :, :(- '
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ritchie of '" .. Yellow Rice10OZ r.':'''"
Gainesville announce the birth of a "
daughter, Heather Dianne, born
Aug. IS In Alachua General Hospital.She IN STORE ''DELI/BAKERY DAIRY/DELI '$

joins a sister. Holly Ann, age 5, ,.J 2 / 1"
and brother Jeremy, age 2. .
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. HALF POUND LOW FAT WHOU MUK VANILLA ,
Maggie Tomlinson and the late VIRGINIA STYLE Axelrod's Yogurt.. .... au CUP 1.19 -

Henry Tomlinson. Baked $ SLICED SINOLESKrafteVelveeto. '-'
Paternal grandparents 'are Mr. 169 ,.. ,1.79, B '
and Mrs. George F. Ritchie of Ham RY,
Daytona Beach. SOFTMIWAVKrafts -

:. Margarine . V& .99' AM I'AMOUI .

Heather LeAnne Smith NCH OWON./CMV(BACON Onion or Kaiser s FYMhs:" .99

LOWMCHOUSTCMX IHOMCRAMSHDlf. S' ,.. ,.."f *'. CUPS aoz ..59U flOWNftWNVI. ,1\i i A
Mr.and Mrs.Austin Cary Smith of Turkya'atalll. Hu, I. Cinnamon Bread sos|..891
Starke announce the birth of a ioLrlo 1 .19 '., At; \tpyq; .1..M ,'-,'
daughter, Heather LeAnne, born AMEMCAN SmM HALF GAL CTN. ;
Oct. 9 in Alachua General Hospital. Swiss Cheese ,IIJCEI .. .F W IID 1.59 yiOLD' MRS FLORIDA' Pantry Pride :i iKing
,She Joins a brother Jesse;age 5. WTCKENTOSH '

Maternal grandparents are Mr Cole Slaw. ... .,..,.. Ii. u.89 .tjOnmge>> ,' $159! Size, ,..
and Mrs. Bread20OZ
Henry Hine of Starke. WITH TWO VRL a A NOUNATUMLOMM I '
Paternal grandparents were the late NG,0fI1tOTN'1PICY! U ce ,
?Austin and Mildred Smith and great Fried Chicken Dlnw .1.89 1'f : :
f, grandfather ;was the .late Hogan ., ... ;

Smith of Starke. ... Wheat..... .. . ,w .89'p'})':. ,1 LB PKQ.' 299Set r,

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BAKED FMOH DANKM WALNUT OR ftotDogs $149

:" Pecan Coffee Rfog .; ,.,:. .1.99 & J :' ","- .".F
Mr. and Mrs. VJ : CHOCOLATB
Spengler and MINT '

guest Beresford Mrs.New Brunswick Iris Badman of Layer Cake ,, ,.,..:;,,:: .. .. *" ,.t3.49 UNNVLANO' Your Table: With;' -:;: )J

spent the past two weeks at,Daytona Canada imokey Link*4.i'..... ._. S 1 .48. ,

,', } .herl Beach.-,l hom Mrs.. in Canada Badman on Wednesday returned to, Jumbo FRESH BAKED t MN1W IARG(9/ y. = ..79i '4 Elegant flatware' : : : : :'J

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i by Dolores Meng I Dorothy/ Jones and Mrs. 'tuiia'n'Slade. ,Recuperating... !, \""/,.'I,:@Principal" Connie Clark Introduced her" husband to the ceremony' Salvatore.Brown, Sbawna Third Buckaltrw grade: ,'Adam,ChrW' j'r A),"',
phone 468-I9IS Commander Robert of the A-B Honor Roll
Brown tEst
residing Morgan
Mrs. Belle Brown is now Crawford Eric Donnentag.
I home with
cards sent "
: Wedding Shower... Baby Shower... at the Bailey House 1121 N.W. Ith American Legion Jones Langford students Report last week.wer Those attainingall y, Johnny Hernandes, Jason 'J 1
Post School
White 86 of Starke,W the
I* Mr and Mrs. Kevin Williamson Mrs. Florence Jones was honoredat Street in GalnesvUle.! She enjoys Safety Patrol team. Commander A's for the first six weeks grading Padgett.. Rodney Padgett S am+a oFFrannkkaWIIUai ", ,'

j were honored by proxy with a a baby shower given on Sept.29 at receiving cheerful cards. Brown explained that this flag was.lift a period were: first grade Tori Corey, VanSyckel and ,\.. .''"
shower. of wedding presents on Oct.8 the Hampton City Hall Birthdays... from Mrs.Helen M.Johns,Sr of Hersey, Jenny Johnson Melissa authgradeBtlr '
at the Hampton City Hall. Since Airman Games were played by the 45' Starke.It was given by her family In Kyle Ian Marney. Stacey ly Kyle and Tina Slaymaker. Fifth :'
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and Oct. 1, Woods Oct. S, Viola ) Crawford Hall.
Williamson his bride are friends attending.The Polly ; loving memory of her husband,John McGregor, Pam McWIlllams grade Price Joey ,i
I Snow assigned to Sheppard Air Force Lefebvre, Diana Cardin Bessie William David Roberta and ,
hall was decorated with D Johns, Sr., who had served his James Rhoden, April. Scoggins,
in Wichita Falls, their, Maxwell, and Clifford Prevatt Oct Fletcher Rodgers Seventh grade -
Base Texas miniature Cabbage Patch dolls,highchairs ; country and died Aug. 17. 1984. Charlotte Smith and Shannon Smith. "
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were opened by their 4,Marcelline Campbell; Oct.6,Connie Second Christina Brootne Allison Archey and Cindy Davis
Mrs Pat strollers and other baby Commander Brown informed the grade ". 11
Jo Williamson and Mrs. items. The cake decorated with Muse; Oct. 7,Becky Young; Oct. Patrol members that flags which Jennifer Darley C.K. Fuqua Sonya PianiabgDay. i i ; ,
Muse They were then packed and pink and blue Icing, centered the 10, Hope Archey, ,Lorie Snow and are,thus replaced are respectfully Hodges Jennifer Jones Steve Friday. Oct. 19, as a countywkto ,',".. Z
Hransferred to the young couple by refreshment table.Fruit punch,can- Peggy Sheller Oct. 13. Frantx Innocent burned on Flag Day June 14, of the Lewis Laurel Sanford and Mark school teacher planning day. *{
iNr. and Mrs. Charles Williamson. dies and snack foods were also serv ; Oct. IS"Virgie Barksdale and, following Smith; Third grade Jose Aviles Students can rake yards, pick up ,;
,Approximately 20 persons attend- ed.: Barbara Davis; Oct. 18, Lynn Hall. Safety Patrol year. members assisting Angela Baker, Kimberly Wilson and pecans and enjoy that day. "I'\ '.
.eel this shower The cake was Among hostesses for this shower HAMPTON ELEMENTARY In lowering the old flag and replacing Stacy :Young. Fourth grade Carnival.Plans t !
decorated in pale yellow with floral Some parents and teachers are (
were Mrs. Judy Archey Mrs. Mary SCHOOL NEWS the new were Allison Archey, Danielle Hersey. ,
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itdesign.Fruit punch and candy mints Lou Peeples. Mrs. Loretta Saxon New Flag Raised Melissa Byrd Tommy Condone Receiving A I and B's were: Se- worklnlonplanstomakethe.nmzal :, "!
1 were also served as refreshments. Mrs. Florence Davis Mrs. Nettie On Monday Oct. IS, a beautiful Wyatt Collins, Angela Mitchell.and cond grade Julie Collins Wayne Halloween Carnival to be held at the ', '"
Among those hosting the shower Griffin and Mrs. Waste Saxon. new American flag was presented to Cheryl Thomas. Crawford Tim Crews Tracey Me- school on Saturday Oct.27, the best : F
| were Mrs. Florrie Davis, Mrs. the Hampton Elementary School. Mrs. Robert Brown accompanied Cullough Kevin Orton and Brian ever. ,', '"
Children should bring in wrapped I ,'
'- candy for that event. Country store .- "
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and food booth items as well.bak "

Dessert Dishes And Bread ,&, Butter Our Bonus'Cert ificate Plan Is ed volunteers goods will are be also appreciated.needed to Many plan "<


Plates At Reduced Prices To Complete/ ,:' I Easy As" 1,2'1 ;3... '" .I/Y of events the carnival.and Poster carry them Contest out the night Mj ''',;j'


Your Place Setting ,. J.. Those winning tickets for making :
Halloween Carnival
are:
posters
Matching Accessories Also Available:.. SHOP : First place, Lisa McClellan April '
"" Scogglns, Sonya Jose .-... "'
These matching accessories, are also available to complete '', ;,00; ', With us every week. This exclusive offer is,only one of the many" '" Billy Kyle David Hodges Roberts ,

your collection. Each accessory piece is available throughout ". ", values,you'll find in our store; '\ ''i- ,'"< '",,\'; Jason Edwards and CherylThomas ..
the entire program with no purchase requirement. 'k ,Second place Randee Var-- ;
;', y. : num' Stacey McGregor, Jennifer 'I"Aviles.
2.SAVE Darley Jason Padgett, Cynthia :! 1
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Casner,' Fletcher Rodgers. Terri ,;
.1-; The Bonus Certificates you'll l receive every time you purchase $5.00 in Ann Brown and Misty, Koehler.

r 1,1\ 'l' groceries (you'll get two certificates with each $10.00 purchase three, Third 'place, Jaclyn Crews, Tori .
'" rjr .'l with $15.00 etc.).,Use cur convenient folder to collect your certificates. Hersey, Steve Lewis, Mark Smith. ,."l''' :
\ Jason Pons; Alicia Woods Wayne .! j
Kerschner David Feezell., Donald .ji
.r 3.COLLECT Smith. Jodl;; Ford Dale Koser and ...f 1 I
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P .. Angela Truett. First place winners ,.<* ,q
m '+ Your 3place setting when you redeem your Bonus Certificate card receive five tickets. '-"'" ,?, ';;$." 0'1 t: :. ;
...t :. ; J {! a FREE place' setting with 40 certificates only$2.49 with 30 certificates, Posters are placed. In area *! fP,

...._ : ;" $4.99 with 20.certificates, 5T.49'wlth ,10 certificates. Or if you prefer,,, business. places Student and Ram school. halls. ,,,\1 1 ',,; .

purchase the 3pc. place setting for $9.97, with no Bonus Certificates.And Prize winners of the radios being :'Ii' bt;

l don't.forget: dessert, dishes and bread" & butter plates are only 89c featured in the Student Raffle will be yJ( I

each.THOMPSON announced at the school on Friday ->, _, f
GROCERYTRADITIONAL Oct. 18, at 9 a.m. ? :3
\ Adult tickets on the Winn Dixie tf((5 .1'
WHITEGrapes' shopping spree of $100 and other yt ";,t
prizes are now available at the ,{ h

Rag Seedless '- school *'J't
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Spaghetti Sauce /;." ... RENEW Bar-B-Que ,',' >v, V..f : .
On Sunday, Oct. 14. the second \; "i
HOMESTYLE OR CHUNKY GARDEN week of the RENEW Program at St. 'f
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Edward's Catholic Church was ,I
celebrated with a chicken barbecue ;1
$159 LB dinner on the church grounds. ?.f ,'.
ALL FLAVORS OR."EMPEROR RED GRAPES Father Joseph Finlay. pastor, of ,:
32-OZ fered the blessing and Introduced fcf;
Wallace McNelley. who welcomed $
FANCY FRESH FANCY the large gathering of parishioners "
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BEEF Herb CM CHICKEN Ox Bouillon Cubes CT.210Z *. .59 Rome BeautyApples; 3.89'<: GreenCukes and friends.Basaar Workshop .ih! \i:}\

5lEXTRA Twelve members of St. Edward's SWEET t.
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June Boy Relish '
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( Lake. A covered dish lunch was enjoyed 1

HAMBURGER Bo : :' f : ct ', ,p..> +"' ,''''.x:a. yvASHlNOro .,. ,and the group worked on craft .... '
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4 1 49 Bartlett 59TI'I This will be an all day event with
Success Rice . . .,' .1.49 breakfast, lunch and'dinner to be ,I
Squash LB Pears LB available.Craft articles home canned t 'J
and baked goods as well as white ?
elephant items will be featured. .
Franco American. Prizes of$100 cash a child's rocking ft.
FRESH FRESH horse, and two-turkeys are to be t', j
given away that day. :'
Spaghetti-O's Yellow289c gZQ The next Bazaar Workshop. Is :J;., 'J
califomia'1.089 3 scheduled for Oct. 23 by Mrs. Henry
Onions %J Stefanelli at the home of Mr. and '..ti
'LB BAG ur Mrs. Albert, Stefanelli. Hampton
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Pen Food 4 ,scx 1.00 Frlends'and neighbors of Miss, :':; l'
Henny Dog
,, Elizabeth Terry correspondent fl
FROZEN HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS
ASSORTED FLAVORS -V of the Lawtey News,will regret to )' _! 1
., 3 ,30, COUNT hear she is unable to have a col. -
Hi-C Fruit Drinks.t.. . .69 .
PAC!( 3202 I Korex umn this week due to illness. She j ,

PUFFED OR CRUNCHV Morion FROZEN Maxi $ 6.g' hopes to, run ,,the, 'column, next' h r.p ... '
2' week. '
Wise Cheese. Doodles. ; ., ; &c1.29NABISCO Entrees Pads
TURKEY,BEEF PATTY $16.
VANILLA WAFERS OB ,'.',' ./ 'u *, "> .11'> ': i WITHMJSHROOLl4OPRat '
Crackers. . .:",poi 1':39 SAUS8UHY' STEAK ,26 COUNT Lawtey r '

j: i.' Kotex $1 8 9 School News ;M.i:. .

Tree Sweet' LJghtdays a ,j
17<>FROZEN PANTIUNERSShave F.T.E. Week... '
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Grapefruit Cakes 7<>2 The, week of Oct. 22 is F.T.EI if, 11

,. =CHOC GERMAN FUDGE.CHOC, $179 Edge ;Week. All students who do not ride ?'r
VANILLA OR the school bus regularly need to ride :M j
GOU&NCAKE, Cream $169 at least one time during this week. j
*: -, EXTRA.REa,CONOmONINQOR All students are asked to please be'r' 2'" ,j
8.9 ) SPECIAL this .
12-OZ FROZEN I present week. .. .\' j
Thanks, students. I '
4&OZ Birdseye 1.5 COUNT f.

Cool $ }29, ,GilletteAtra would. Lopes' and Ms. Hobba' claw "'it
like to thank all students for J
_'WINEB'' Whip $199 their, contribution to date for the
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Blades "Nickels For'Lady Liberty" drive. '
CHASUa PINK CHASUS"HtUt OH ROSB 2QOZ FROZEN: The drive started In September and \, 1.,1
'Carlo Ross Wine .. . = 5.98 SOFT- MEa OR HARD will continue until after Christmas. it .
HEARTY BUAOUNOY.CHABUS PANTRY" PRIDE PepsodentAdult So farwe have collected over$30.00. ,\ ,

lIED nose FINK CHABUS on RHNL .. U Shoestring .69 2lSAVE ,A-B Honor Roll Congrats... i X{ : 4ConlratulaUona'
GaHoWtoes . ., . 3..9. Potatoes : ?
Toothbrushes to DeDe Cox., ,
:" ; '' i' Maria,Scott and Michael Becker for' :tJ
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Old ,Milwaukee making the A-B Honor Roll for the '"
,first six weeks in Mrs. Lopes'clap, ,
Beer. Congratulations to Matthew Griffis ., ,;
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and Zack Smith second f
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REOULNI OR LIGHT;, : : J f\ : J.:
R Melody Klrktend's class. ,for earn,' u .
': / 30 C SBiii.J, Ing straight A's In every subject fob'S' f .' ,1

., < '$178 .,. the Dardie first six Bolln.:weeks Tessa grading Coyle period.Tina. : t'.'

:: '6 PACK I Eunice Gary: Hendrix. Greg 1,
',12.QZCANS'' ; '- .? i, : f; I PEPSI, ''DIET PEPSI,'PEPSI Johnson Angel tinier and Melanie : 1

,I i FREE,, 7-CIP, ''MT. 'DEW,', II Osteen for making are also the to A-B be congratulated Honor Roll. 7'c' ."'. .
Some other students worked i '
SONK1ST ,ORANGE,OR I very 'f '
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r ,hard and came close Keep up the', '; ,'.
fu nall; I FROSTIE ROOT BEER good work and you'll make it next <
l New EncyclopediaWumes229: I I six: weeks! "*tii
I. Honorable Mention goeslo Dalton t;; i
!' } $ Dlua.TIM Eunice Sherry Mender-: .
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VoIurrielonIY' ; y 1 I rlm,:{ '. .1 I 7ay IOn, Angel ....nier. .Deidra Lee. : : ,.,-tH .
WIAfS. t,....... -I I 1 89 I Melanie Ortaen and Zack Smith for : "

.' 2-VoIume' ,,8 Volum 2 8t;3 of I .LTWOITIIR'' : I making too.percent co.every spttMtwrlgAC i :, ,
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J i.fAkc H J Tessa Coyle, Andrew ,
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NAME THE
OF THE GAME WINNING
TEAMS EACH WEEK AND 9L7U
I. 'Anyone 1) except TELEGRAPH employees ond their Immediate families arewelcome 3)) In case of toes we will use the total points scored In the Bradford High School
to enter, but there li!limit of on..ntry per person each week. game each week (except the Tornadoes open week)a*a tiebreaker Please fill '
In the points you think will be cored Tornadoes and LJ
b/ the their opponent combined
2))The entry mud be on on official blank from the TELEGRAPH and must be dropped In the _
tiebreaker blank.
for
imtance If the In the Tornadoe
Fill In all score game
III off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday afternoon. was Tornadoes
19 Opponents 7. the 26
correct
the blanks with either the name of the team you think will win or "tie" If you score was points.
right will 4))All decisions of the judges are.final. A second tiebreaker will be used If I
think the game will end In a tie The parson who picks the most game

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hours Starke, FL 964-7434 / Gainesville(904)372-0103( )
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S & W Mufflers & Automotive Repairs
BASS & BUCK
301 North Starke FL '
Owner David Tote,
Settles Hardware
SPORTING GOODS 964-5677 N eaOwenERo fr0nt34

:__J North 301 Slarke, FL I '
FREE One Day Service Xand Garden Center

All Hunting & Fishing Eitfmttts on most vehicles.

Accessories Available ._ ;HS vs.!Green Cove Spring j* Hwy 301 S., Starke, FL 964-4642,

Bus: 964-4461. FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE BRING YOUR AUTOMOBILETO Plumbing, Electrical Tools Building Supplies
VICTOR GRIFFtS FSU vs Tulane HOME:964 6121 THE PROFESSIONALS AT S & W MUFFLERS. Live Plants *r Artificial Arrangements

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Forsyth PlumbingIf CUBBEDGESRemodeling '
for Home Improvements

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

Professional Plumber Speciabtng In: Key Hone Indian va Chief land hop of WttlTKB'
a Residential a Commercial a Wel Pumps a Septic Tanks NY Giants vs Philadelphia' I fDMI r
1209 N. Temple Avenue Starke
e New Installation & Repairs 105 W. Jefferson St. Starke ,
SMU vi Houston

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Jeannies 777 Shoes OMa ((904)) 473-41J5 I I
(904)( ) 471-7417 TEAL TILE
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Ward's Components, Inc. O 964-7423 .

Ohio St. vi Michigan Slate RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

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JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYLake Jones Convalescent Services plpllfl pllllUJ "CAN HANDLE ALL YOUR WIRING NEEDS" -
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476-3079 964-6078 473-4973 ktrv RES EN11AL U"O 744 COMMERCIAL ,

Nebraska va Colorado .Cleveland v. Cincinnati' 355 N. Temple Heat Pump Specialist( Starke


f Winner Stuart Strickland this Week: Starke Motor Parts Co., Inc.

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STUMP'SDepartment The point spread of the BHS/Lake Butler
game this past weekend was the deciding 155 W. Brownlee Sl
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:;: Store tries to the'Telegraph football contest. 964-6060

F,; Bradford. Square Starke Stuart Strickland missed Congratulations! : A

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402 N. ,Temple Starke Forsyth Plumbing ,
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Tornadoes Travel to Clay, District Championship on the Line 'i :;0:


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A tough and coot..- ton, fast and slippery,And quick asa
ball squad awaits Bradford High in flash on his feet. However, where Clay Defense Quick... ,

Green Cove Springs at 8 p.m. tomorrow McClenton looked for a pass Especially quick is Coach nurse's
night (Friday Oct. 19)) (in a key receiver as he scrambled Jenkins description of the Clay High defense."
District 8 Class likes to likes to outside.
M contest. run, get "
It's the A basic 5-4 or rirl, the Blue Devil
most
of
important
game defense is
the season, says Head Tornado "Without Jenkins, they don't have nothing fancy Nurse '
'r: W o r B t ;M1)) I II David Hurse. To win the district title an offenseCoach, Nurse says. says, unless they've cooked up I.
I BUS something new during open date last "
must beat
Put-
Clay High.
ti So far week..It's same 5-4 defense the Tor-
QB Jenkins has four
ting it another the winner of the won
; way,
Clay High Bradford High matchup bangames for Clay, At the beginningof nadoes ran for years and would be
stands a good chance of the the season Jenkins was a wtdeout. now if they had a tough, quick mid :
winning .
district title.Game Then starting quarterback Marc die guard. It's also the same offense '" ,;
'r4 4t ... 1'f 1\. Johnson was injured in the jam- KHS uses. KHS was bigger, but.Clay !
f"" ',,' boree is quicker Hurse points out. ,', .
1 d b tv and Jenkins was moved to ,
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6 k Facts... that could have happened to the Clay Most of the Clay players go both ':"
Gam. ', High offense, says Hurse. ways, with some execeptions. ;
HITMI 1 p.m.
I Very impressive is Hurse's tab of :.
Cam iiui Clay High stadium Grwn Clay Mainly Runs... Clay linebackers Randy Dasher,
Cove Sprlngi.Rcordsi 200-10 and Dennis Martin 160-12.
i Clay is primarily a running team,
4t Sown and QB ..will get outsideon Number 77, a defensive tackle and
Utah 41.S Bradford '-I, Clay' you in no time. at all," Nurse nose guard is the best Clay lineman,
stresses. the BHS coaches say. '

.rUs HIsforyl 25-7-4 BHS's favor. "There he goes now," said Nurse Clay defensive' ends Marc :,',
Traditional rival,th*two toon had. pointing to a TV screen showing the Johnson, 100-12, and Jawanda Hug-
hard-fought battlo lait yoar, BHS winning Clay-Jasper game and Jenkins gins 150-12.have a lot of quickness .';
17-H by tho Tornado. an TD' setup sprinting to the outside. and i pressure on the BHS of- :
by two blocked punt by'Tony Donrls. fense, pots out Coach Sexton.
The winning margin wai two extra Clay runs from a double wing offensive -
Slippery as an ee1.., point and a 42-yard Hold goal by John set with two tight ends and BUS will match Clay strength with

Tackle David two slot and back in he strength and come out on top,Sexton
Donald Thornton no. defensive; end Ron elusive Union High quarterback Sammy McClenton, Francl men, one
Brown 77, and rover bark Billy Jackson.12: ,close In on no. 10. .? BHS won oat year, 1712. backfield. It's called a gangster, or says. BUS'S Donnie Thornton will
', run and shoot offense. It's same offense match up with Clay's good tackle,
w41 BHS Is currently 2-0 in the district Houston used in the USFL, to and Mike Early and Mike Chappellwill
having beaten Keystone High anil gain record yardage. BUS ran that block'well, and BHS will come
Union High. To win the district the offense in 1968. .. out on top, Sexton says.
Tornadoes must beat Clay and In- QB Jenkins extremely on

BHS Rolls Over UCHS Tigers: terlachen Hawthorne, Oct.at home 26, on Nov.the 9.road, then his also feet throws, can some reverse, and his is a field.quick medium He Run and Shoot...

'-" Clay won its only district game to ,to short range passer. Favorite Clay run and Shoot type offense is

Coach David Hurse pulled his ear UHS Tigers, who were giving it the Tigers fought back in second date, over Hawthorne. Overall, receiver is tight end Marc Johnson, very similar ,to Baker High, Coach ,
phones off early in the fourth everything they had, to tie the:game period giving it all they had. UHS Clay Is 4-1 on the season the,/loss the former quarterback. Johnson Sexton points out.
quarter and relaxed his Tornado up,before the half. After the BUSt drove through and around the BITS against Fernandina Beach, 6-3, in a will crack, or sweep when running
football team safely ahead 27-0 o players got a talk from Coach Hurseat defense, mixing up a running and game with many turnovers by both and has fair speed. "It's the type offense' that if we
fiesty Union High but it was a halftime, the Tornadoes scored passing'attack and taking advan- teams. Clay hag beaten Pierson 27-6, "We're very concerned about the don't get good execution we can get
tougher''' game than the score in. three of the four times they had ball tage of QB McClenton's elusiveness: Hawthorne Jasper 2114and' outside this week. BUS will counter hit with the, big play" says' Coach ::
dicates. in the second half The Tigers drove 50 yards to the Flagler-Palm Coast. Jenkins' speed and quickness with a Sexton. '

It was a somewhat nervous first BHS 10, and the tying touchdownwas 4-3 defense, with one of the three
half for the BHS eleven. BHS got an Tigers Roar... looming, but the football sud- Another Quick Q$... linebackers going with Jenkins when It's the third straight week the

early TD when defensive end Mike With elusive QB Sammy McClenton denly squirted loose as QB McClenton 'Key to beating Clay High is keeping he goes in motion, Coach. Hurse Tornadoes have faced a quick, fast
Chappell intercepted a UHS scrambling running around the scrambled to elude a stiffening. in check 'another scrambling says.Jenkins. runner. In the St.Augustine game !it
and tight end Michael Early slippedbehind backfield and still looking for a pass .BHS defense. ,quarterback, number 5, Tom has been making the big' was Daryl Williams and against '
UHS defenders for a 31 yard receiver while pursued by swarming Players from both teams dove at ,Jenkins, 160-12. 'plays for Clay, Coach Sexton points Union High it.was Sammy McClen- \
touchdown on the second play from Tornado tacklers, the Tigers moved the sliding football and John David 'Jenkins is the Clay High offense, out It'll be the job of Sexton's defen- ton. The experience' should stand
scrimmage by the Tornadoes. But the football on BHS. .Coach Hurse says. Jenkins is like sive crew to contain the. quarter BHS in good stead against Clay High

then BHS also almost allowed the Stunned by the early Tornado TD, (See BIIS Rolls..P.I2A: ) Union quarterback' $ammy McClen- back. Friday night.CItYFISH&. .> '. .' ,_

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NOTICEOF shall constitute a waiver South boundary! of said highest biddes''for. cash any to It'on JAMES L. Agreement General
sof any right such person NE'/4 of NW%, 1297.99 ,In hand the above- TOMUNSON.vESQUIRE! Conditions, Supplemental MEAT MARKET
SHERIFF'S SALE may have to request an feet to the Easterly right- described property as Post Office ,Drawer 40, General Conditions,
administrative determination of-way line of S.R. 225: the property of the said Starke, Florida 32091 Payment Bond, Performance 607 E. Brownlee Road 964-8077
Notice I I. h.r.by given (hearing) under run thane N 00B3730/W Defendant to satisfy said and file the original with Bond,
that I. Dolph E. Reddish Section 12057, Florida. along sold right-of-way Execution. the above- Drawings, Specifications Shoulder Steak
a* sheriff of Bradford Statutes (line, 510 feet to Point of DOLPH E. REDDISH styled Court f of and Addenda may ,We Chat\ cut 81 Chuck. Steak or
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County, Florida underand If a,petition I I. filed, Beginning. Sheriff before 9 November b* examined at the or Shoulder Roast Meat Chuck Roast
by vlrtuo of Writ of the administrative hearing From staid Point of Bradford County Fla. 1984yOtherwise following location: Wra flMI :
Execution to-wlt: process.I is designedto Beginning continue N 10/O44tchg 10/29 b "'entered, 0 l ludgemsnt.hall Owner: Bradford County $1.59ib. 15b. *
Execution J.su.d out formulate' agency actrbn 0032'30" W, a distanceof A. againstyou Courthouse, Clerk's Office 1.39ib. '
of County Court of Bradford ,. Accordingly, the 60 'feet, which I I. the THE'CIRCUIT County, Florldd pur- fuontMb \It t' NU' 01..pct,";ttridtftllof) the existing "i' IN )'In the Petition. Engineer: H.J. Kelley I.' Boiled *oIA.,,M. i ;JI""( ,.... Vest-Al! -'Meat u,
,,- .. .Q-Flno-Judge-. j, Grllftl D iff taking 'ibrAwtMT flood) ,rw*,thenf *':,:, 1t".iiGHTH COURT JUbIClJJ.l OF Ti1L;! fi III'M THII6S-p'*,"" ""'" "IWl oaf4anMnFdtarh) .,,,, 'r!.. ".r "" i :' t.f\1': ? .....rlr"' ... ;.
men "for EMMCO INSURANCE position Easterly along the Northern "saCof sold tout *rf.s>? Street Suite -224, B f n-a.
COMPANY of by |It In this preliminary right-of-way of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 3rd day of October 1984. Gainesville. FL 32609. *
Jacksonville, Florida statement. Therefore, said graded rood, 439.6 BRADFORD COUNTY, ,GILBERT:BROWN Copies of the CON- 1i98i' $1 ,:. n
and against Frank E. persons who may not object feet; .run thence North FLORIDA Clerk Circuit Court TRACT DOCUMENTS may ... ..
Janet, defendant, In the to the proposed 200 feet: run thence East CIVIL ACTION :' By: Marian McRo be obtained ot the officeof
amount of 1930.97 agency action may wishto to the 'Centerllne' 'of a CASENO.84231CAIN Deputy Clerk the Engineer located Big Franks lb. $1. 79
together with cot of Intervene In the pro- Bronchi run thence South 10/04 4tchg 10/29 at 4131 NW'13th Street
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collection. ceeding A petition for along the said Centerline RE: The Marriage of' 'i 4 Suite 224, Gainesville, $
Have wind! and haveIn Intervention must be fli- of Branch to .a point DONALD I,KEYS JR.. ,,' ITEM I Florida 326O9 upon payment Ground Beef lb. .09
my possession the ed pursuant to Model which I I. approximately Husband, .'ADVERTISEMENTFOR of $20.00 for each .
following described personal Rule 28-3207 at least 310 feef from the South and BIDS set Fresh Cedar Key
property to-wlt: five ((5)) day before the boundary of laid !NEV4 of SUSAN K...KEYS, ". -f ,No refund will be Oysters . . < $11 Bushel $6,t VI Bushel,
1973 Lincoln 2 Or I.D.: final hearing and be filed NWVij run thence South' 'Wife Separate sealed BIDS mad. for the CONTRACT
No. 3Y89A83096: with the hearing officer B9*41'40" 'W. fo'a point for the construction of DOCUMENTS Neck Bones End Cut
1971 Ford Pickup. 1.0. If on. ho been assignedat which I.I 435.6 feet from NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Laura Church ,Road will This project consists of
No. F10GNK21273.:! the Division of Administrative the Easterly right-of-way be received by' Bradford constructing approximately Pig Tails Pork ChopsNog
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A* the property of the Hearings, of S.R. 225;, run thence : DONALD L. KEYS County Commission at 6.200 lineal feet Maws ;
above named defendantand Department of Ad. North 200 feet to the JR.: Husband, Residence the office of the clerk at of asphaaltlc concrete 3 9 'y 13 .lb.
that on Tuesday, the ministration, 2009 Southern rightofwayline Unknown. Starke until, .:2 p.m. road with 6 Inch llmerock Pig Feet .
13th day of November Apalache Parkway, of aforesaid,: graded -Daylight Saving Time* base on a previously Center Cut
1984, at two o'clock on Tallahassee, Florida road: run thence West YOU ARE HEREBY' November 9, 1984 and cleared and rough graded Turkey Wings Ib.< Pork
told day on the premise 32301. If no hearing officer along said Southern NOTIFIED that an action then at sold office publicly roadbed. Alternate & Necks Chops
of the Bradford County has been assigned' ,right-of-way Tine( 439.6 for dissolution of marriage opened and read bids for fine grading the
Jail Yard I will off.r for the'petition I.I to be filed feet to the foM of ,and other relief aloud. shoulder and ditches R.C. & Diet $1.9 8 lb.
ale and tell to the with the. Department' Beginning. has been filed against The CONTRACT and grassing' are Includ- Rite"e

highest bidder 'for cashIn Office of General you In the abovestyledCourt DOCUMENTS consistingof and,AN FlavorslG oz., 8 pk. fte 5CRABS
hand the' above. Counsel, 2600 Blair Stone 8))A port 0'the NE'/. and you' are required A Advertisement, forBids LawrenceModey.Chairman,
described property of Mood Tallahassee, of the,NWViof Section to serve a copy of Information for Bidders 1.49
laid defendant to satisfy Florida 32301.' .Failure to 14. Township 6 South, your,written defenses, If Bid Bid Bond, 10/184tchg l 11/08 A Tax & Dep In Stock this Weekend
the aforesaid Execution. petition to Intervene Rang 21 East, Bradford ', _
Dolph E. Reddish within the allowed timeframe County, Florida being
constitute 'a more particularly ''''
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Bradford County Fla. waiver of any right such described a* follows '...l' '( ; : ,
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10/l8-4tchg/OS person ha to request a ,Commence at the SE i ., ,,',r ,' r VOTE WATERS
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hearing under Section Corner of Said NEVi of ,' II .. '
120.57, Florida Statute NW'run thence S
Stat.'of FloridaDepartment The modification Is 8941'40" W, along the.,.. ,' ," ', '.. .. ,' ,v'i:II'
of available. for public Inspection South boundary of said ''
Envlronm.ntalRegulallon' during normalbusiness' NE'/. of NWVI. 1257.99 ', ''of"' ';', c Vote 4JT3t
: hour,- '8:00.a feet, to the Easterly >" ....
Notice of Proposed -. .m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday right-of-way line of S.R. ,.,. Nov. 6th
Agency Action on "
?through Friday,except 225; run thence N
Permit Application legal holiday, at 003230" W, ,along said t ,
Department of En.IIronmentat right-of-woy line. _320 ., .; \!
The Department give Regulation, feetto the. Point ,of e"" 1 ".
notice of Its Int.nt to Northeast District Of Ice, Beginning, continue N ,\ r :-

Issue d permit modification 3426 Bill Road. Jack_ -CO-War,West,'460 feet; ', I'' ,, '. '
fo the existing ...n... ........I '/, tun thence 'NorthB9.41'040
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Florida located 'at State SR-16 Prison Bradford SHERjfES; SALE 89'4140'run thence West. South 4394 '. : ; WILBUR L.
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County, Florida. The IN THE CIRCUIT feet to the Point of "
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modification Involve ttie. BRADFORD COUNTY '" -
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Incorporation of an 'op- Cm* No:79.489 "v '' '
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proved ,groundwater situate In Bradford County : ": O,6tb '
RUBY' CREWS WATERSCounty
monitoring program Into a* guardian .
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permit requlr.ments'punuant'a undividedownershlp < "g yd
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substantial by Interest the Depart ors'offected Ra.naodatttl NOTICE :IS HEREBY Florida. No. 6691839 Certificate;, ,of Title .. 1::.', ,EC_ ", .,' tf < v J ",.; t"\.... ,. .,

ment' proposed permitting GIVEN that I,' Dolph E. b. 1973 ENGF mobile I t, "
decision may petit1' .Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford : ; Commissioner .
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III I Baby Tornadoes; Footballers. Lose <2rJL2 in Overtime to Interlachen : :. \ .

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Going all the way into overtime, field position on a long run to the 11'With the score tled 'it looked Jays: j KV them long. iu make um stuie, BUS gridders couldn't quite' make timers\ iprlde the! t I'V bu1. \ couldn't,

the Baby Tornadoes-footballers BUS five yard line. Number 82, Hal \if the BUS JV were still in he runn- bringing the total to 126ijyijh the needed points, ending the overtime score, ."., '. .
almost pulled it out. but lost 19-12! Wood was able to drop the runner/ ing. ': } time running out, the Baby ,witft no score,in the foUrplaya, r ",' "
finally to the junior varsity from In- Just before he crossed the goal line. Towiadoes were at the IHS goal line. "Overall we did'a good JOI1r.aldCoach Getting/ credit arf:- a good
terlachen High School. However IHS was able to finally Receiving the ball deep in its own 'A quarterback sneak play was run David Tew. Citing Hal Wood, game from! anft r",> plveplayerfi. .
complete the drive for a 6-0 lead. territory Bradford wasn't able to ::and the score was tied 12.12 with four Justin Williams and Gary Wise'' for .) was Chad.'y who

All the scoring came in the second Chad Reddish, number 23, tried a move any further than its own 20. "I.'seconds on the clock haying good games, Tew indicatedhe played,his.first, gat !. ", '.
half following a hard fought first run up the middle, found a hole, and Number 11, Johnny Clark, was back ,Going into overtime, Interlachen was generally pleased with how \ 'WiW1""
two quarters on Bradford Field last went 60 yards for the first BUS to punt when a bad snap made it Impossible Was given the ball first on the 20-; the defense performed. The Baby TornadoKd'Wtl't'riM'el l ('|; : to
Wednesday night Oct. 10.., touchdown. Reddish started out on for him to kick. Clark had yard line.. They scored on the third "We had a sound game. Should. Keystone Heights' ttwifeW,\ '?:'4fHit t rs-
I Scoring first in the third quarter the inside.broke, to the outside to to fall on the football turning it over play and made the extra.point, bum- ''have' .. beat them. ,..said Coach Jimmy dayOct.; !8)) to playUhe': '.,ju,i$5$ >r-'Indians
was Interlachen having set up Rood .blast... his WIW ,Into IM, .rf7n", to Interlachen on the BHS 5. It didn't, ,. ping the score I" t'' i? The VM H,, <" i !,t ...? hall three- at 7 p.m. r "' "h.' I

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"It was' a good win for us, a plus average and kicked off throughthe Hamilton was hurt, improved. game of the season. Warren blocked Improvement over; the past two been tabbed a key component: to winning !
I district game. Coming back after (a endzone three times. Brown had..2 or 3 breakdowns in well and scored on a determined five.weeks., Manning guards Tommy by the BHS coaches.For instance I
loss to) St.Augustlne, we needed a Chappell, named best BUS defensive coverage but came up with 2 or 3 big yard run.Manning.. Parker, ,Chris Dougherty Craig ,t had BHS been able to move
good win," says Defensive Coordinator back along ,with Francis, Intercepted plays tor' an over-all good game. Falstreaux, tackles Greg Jackson, the,, football the St.Augustine,' toss
Mike Sexton whose troops the early Union pass to set Brown 200 pounds, is big and strong;, Top Lineman... Donald Thornton, and ends Mike' might have been a dilferent'fetory.'

shut out a tougher-than-the-record- up the first quarter BHS touchdown. as soon as he realizes that he's going Center Danny Manning got, the Chappell and Mike Early all had %,. "We got a lot better, offensively
: indicates Union High team. well his position very to be tough, Coach Sexton Says. honor of being named the top offen- good game blocking and protecting;, thisweek," says Coach Sexton.. "It:
Coach Sexton used 4-man rush ,says Coach Sexton. Chappellwas The defense was concerned the en" sive lineman of the week by.the BHS the passer especially in the secon tickles me. It changes the strategy' :;
with the other seven players cover- where he was supposed to be, in tire time about containing UIIS coaches. half{ .' of the defensive team It you control .'
ing pass receivers to beat Tiger other Words. quarterback McClenton, the ability The offensive line has shown good Improved, offensive line play has. the ball and get some paints;, < ,
quarterback Sammy McClenton and Chappell got the key plays 'of which Head Coach David Horse '.
corps. McClenton is fast,quick,very "...right off the bat and sort of got and Coach Sexton have the greatestof
elusive. A scrambler, McClenton things going for. us. ," Coach Sexton respect; "McClenton is a good
also looked for receivers while. he points out.Linebacker. ballplayers We' knew' he'd'give'US
scrambled.The Craig Falstreaux 'problems. I'm glad he didn't break
BHS defense gave up first with 7 tackles and 3 assists, and anything big" Sexton says. "" 'J.
downs to a fiesty Tiger offense with tackle Jamie, Whitehead, with 4 McClenton netted 55 yards on tbe-
QB McClenton scrambling and running tackles and 3 assists, were named night despite some losses and three,
back Roscoe Simmons doing best BUS defensive linemen. sacks UC running back Roscoe. Sim- .
some good running, too. Thought the Falstreaux ",..just'does a good mons also netted 55 yards. '
BHS defense bent, it never allowed a job," says Coach Sexton. The BHS OFFICE FURNITURESUPPLIE I
long gainer. linebacker has a good head on him, Davis Top BUS Runner... OFFICE .: ::
Bradford's John David Francis is always near the football says Sex- Running back Tony Davis earned SHOP

had a field day. Francis recovered a ton.The best offensive, back honors with 74 nowcrffc.964S704., AND
fumble on the BHS 10 to stop the two big BUS tackles, Donald yards in 18 carries, or 4.1 yards per
most serious Tiger threat, in- Thornton and Whitehead, are a bastion carry. tMfkaNa.
tercepted two passes to stop two of strength in the defensive line Davis was playing in just his se- .Y

'other UHS offensive efforts, broke Coach Sexton points out., They are ,cond game after. returning from an .,
up three McClenton passes timing asked to cover the middle and out- Injury. M Oisd In 0dHIr 2.
the hits perfectly as he came up side the end, and it's tough to run on Running back' Clinton Jenkins
behind the UHS pass receivers and them. Plus..Whitehead has lost down gained 17 yards in 2 carries, QB
Francis caught two touchdownpasses. from 250 pounds to 238 and is much Frank Long 19 yards In 2 carries,
His antics earned his BHS quicker Sexton points out. fullback Barry Warren 9 yards in 3 25 % Off'All
best defensive back honors along .. Leading tackier was linebacker carries, and running back Jess McS-
with defensive end Mike Chappell. Mike Early with 8 tackles and 4 wain 25 yards in 4 carries.
Francis Is given honorable mention' assists; Early 'also caught the first Jenkins also had a 31 yard TD run Furniture in Stock

honors by the Gainesville Sun.in its touchdown pass.Defensive :called back because ,of a clipping MCIUOES
all-area selections. ', end Ron Brown who penalty. ;:

Francis: also punted, for a 40-yard- had to take over when Lonnie Fullback Warren had his ,best. \ Chairs.'' Typewriter Tables = '

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I I t I ]BHS'Cross Country Teams .Compete: in 3 Meets I


Performing a heavy schedule this 23 followed'by Eastslde with 66. ': .
I past week, the'BHS fleet-feet cross First to cross the line for Bradfordwas Boys,Dominate Lee..*

country teams have competed in' senior Paul McKinney at 8th in The boys varsity dominated their "
three meets. 'S.J2.: race, taking five of the first seven : -
The girl's varisty took first at the Girls places. Paul McKinney was first in ----
annual Santa Fe Hardee's Invitational at Deland... 17:46: Eddie Tennant 3rd with 18:13,
third at the Deland High Bringing' home the-, third 'place Thomas Moon 5th with 19:39, Henry
School Invitational Cross Country they, the girl's varsity showed what Cooper 6th at 20:48 and Larry ,
Meet, and first in a dual meet with were made of' as they competed Feltner 7th with 21:47.: ',fi,,, '
Lee High of Jacksonville in a home. against 19 teams from. around the. ...*,,;;**, /'.
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The boy'varsity: team was fourthat Crossing the: line .fourth overall Results... ,t(.,?, --
Santa Fe, 12th at Deland and first and first for BItS was freshman Lori ., ,
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meet behind the middle. I BH$ iitpti, }'Nawbarry'*a...'.-' 7Mdly /+
1 school. 1258. ,Lisa Tierney was 22nd In ....... .
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i"t 13:30.: ", "' Jacfclo Harris IJ.41 lint, 4 Cheryl...!.. YtonwifeU.B09I.a.pp 14.1'..t-Chrli., ........,',."'11;" '". I'' \ .. f.. ,.. .' ,, '.,, '", ij', .;.',...,. .'. ,

Girls at Santa Fe... And.,. _M. 11- hida Dawltt 11:11 I
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Walking tall and carryinga big The boys' Varsity team finished S.'. Invitational. Boys... \ 10 % OffOn

stick, Coach George Loper's varsity 12th. with 357: points out of.a field of Oainaivllla. Hf 13 eaifilda. M, Bronion
'girl's team took home the lion's 23 teams at Deland. : It,'4 BHS 137..Santa Fa "141, Nawbarnt. 113.WIIII'on .
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share of the 'trophies at the In- 7- tl1. .*,
First to cross the line for BUS was Individual1 placati, I.Paul McKlnn.y It'll:: All Supplies
augural annual Santa Fe Hardee's Eddie Tennant in 17:37: taking 20th 1*-Eddie Tannant 1tt.21. 31.H.nry Coopar 10:00.
Invitational Cross Country Meet with Paul McKinney close behind at 41-Calvin Thom..22.3r.. 4]>SKIp Abdullah,IH41 ..

20 Oct., with 11. in Alachua Gainesville Team score was 22nd in 17:39.: ";? D.land low.. Girl.... ,' ;1 Data Binders
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The festivities had been going on all week at the high school but the Tornado fans really got ex-

Cited Thursday night at the annual "Tornado Whirl" when Rhonda Sapp, daughter of Mr; and_. '.
Mrs. Eldon R..Sapp of Starke was crowned as the 195J4> Homecoming Queen by a popular vote of ,,'
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time this year as a result of a state legislative decision. The changes didn't seem to matter to the
students or the spectators, or to BHS Principal Jim Duncan.

"This year's Homecoming was representative, of the ability of the students, faculty and parents
to adjust to change," Duncan.said 'The new state regulations have caused several schools to
eliminate the parade and some of the other activities associated with traditional Homecoming:
J Our students responded with enthusiasm: to the challenge. Jn short congratulations are in order
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ro Tornado Whirl this year featured some of the funnier skits ever in this event with some .
outrageous takeoffs on school faculty members and a typically fine performance sty the Tornado
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The senior class skit was judged In first place by a panel of judges Which included Mike Cooney,

Virginia Darby, Donna Sparks, Lee Sparks and Lee McGriff, and the sophomores. were second,
'he juniors third and the freshmen fourth. .

The junior class rebounded with a first place in the parade Friday, with the senior,second, the
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Club cars and trucks also contributed to the atmosphere and the junior FFA'ers were awarded t l
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queen's court included Marion Allen, Brenda Bawek, Dawn Scott and Karen Kimutis. Junior Class
this year Is Amy Jo Carter Sophomore Princess is Deborah Parrish and! belores McRae is
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SPECIAL EDUCATION CHILDREN'S CAR WASH..Friday. October 19. To raise Bridge Club..meet every> Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m at Stark. FREEDOM FROM SMOKING..A unique-'' hew program to Wp .you. kick the
money for the children to go to Disney World. To be held at Starke Elem. School. Woman's CJub.) Bridge players,ore Invited to attend. cigarette habit begins Monday, October 22, and ends Dec.: 1 0 from 7.9 p.m. at the
$2.00 wash; $2,75 wash and vacuum. Volunteer help Is also needed. '\>::1< .. Bradford Hospital library. Program Is offered by Bradford Hospital, Inc, Center
A Welghtwatchers Club... Is being held In Starke on Monday nights at 6:30: p.m. u't: >; for Health and Fitness, and the American Lung Aisoc Fee $::10. For information' .
St. Mark's Episcopal Church Arts ft Crafts tlval..Octob 20 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call Peggy Register 1-473-2730 for more Information./ .'' ''- ," '. ''
call 964-4210 ; '
Artists already lined For Information call 964.6126 964-8914 between T J- > T ..' .% ;. 'Ii'
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8:30 a.m., and 12 noon. the Ellam Baptist Church In Melrose.f!s i. Halloween, Party nt Bradford County Public Ubrry.Octob.r:; ; 30,. 4 to S"p';, 'M'i,:. \' ; '
Expectant Parent S.r.......Th. Bradford County Extension Service Is offering a ',' {. ', J.
lake Butler .. Club Thursday r Given Cadett.: Troop 520: J'Christmas "
TOPS. Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets each evening by \
.thr.. week series for expectant parents. Information will Include prenatal care ". _. ,'1'1":1': ,\ :
child birth and tore of the newborn. Classes; Thursday evenings at 7 p.m., Oct. 18. at 7:00 p.m. 'at UCHS Lake Butler For< further information call' Linda.Durham at .' Cantata t.h.arel..Set"each: Monday at:7' p.m. through Dec,,;21 at the.; f p .

Program will be at Bradford County Agriculture Building located on N. 301, next, 4963384. :Ji" ; Lake Butler' First United l Methodist Church on Main Street: lake Butlerit ,I
to the Fairgrounds. Call 964-6280 ext. 284 for more Information, Aerobic Classes are being offered' take Butler on Monday and Wednesday '. Hippodrome Film Club features 0 variety of films of a contemporary nature ,
afternoons at 9:30: p.m:111 Room 136B at U.I ion' County High School. Call 964-5078 ,.' each Friday and Saturday! night ,of the' Hippodrome? 25 SE, 2nd, Plac. In. r' ::.
dancing will be held the second and fourth Thursdays'of "
Square Danclng.w Square '
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each month oi 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge in Starke, .corner of,Call and, Helphfa} i. ,
Orange St..Caller Is ,rim Duncan. Visitors welcome. Mainstream dancing. Judo Classes..will be held Monday's Thursday nights In Keystone Experimental) Aircraft "a.tlan.' ." 'The,group 'm.. .and 'discusses: aircraft( <' I
High School cafeteria. Junior'classes will be held from 6:30-73O: p.m. .senior'; iach,; ,Sonday at:.4:30 p.m.:at Kenn-AIre ,on the north side'of .the Gainesville ti
Sweet AcI.II....-., This woman's barbershop music group meets each Monday at classes from 730830.: Call 473-3964 W, ';/, ,,Regional Afrport. Airplane buff. welcome. ,Call :377'3822 for Information. -
7,,00 p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville., Wom.n interested In singing! four Aerobic Classes are being offered Monday and Wednesday at 9:30': a.m.. 4:30: '" "h
part harmony are Invited to'visit.Barb.rgoters. ; and 7:30: p.m.And on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:3O: pirn. at the Keystone ..Igryt.Woman' 'Ktty.toft.'Nlghtowl.) Night version of Homemakers flub meets: second T". ... '
Club Call 473-3784: for further .Information, day.of each month at 7:30: p.m at First Baptist Church In I Keystone:
... This mole barbergators group meets each Tuesday at 7:30:
,p.m. In the P.K. Yonge music room, 1080 SW 11th St. Visitors welcome. Overeater's Allan'-.u...__'* weekly1/ at the Si. Mark's Episcopal Church' JTPA Office Taking' ("lIcotl.fat, their' current program Openings, "
parish hou... .Thursdays at '11 ;30 a.m.' Information; call 782-3931. ,Classroom Training) ; course Includes:,Business Education: : Data Proc.*slng,,Draft
Episcopal Church... Meetings held each week In the Parish l House Include ) \ -'
Trinity Exercise Clas.es>.Will be held each Thursday beginning at- 7 p.m.lat the First 't'n9Commarclol' Truck Driving Auto Mechanics, etc. There will b. an On-the-: ,
: United Methodist Church Main Street; tak Butler.' There will be a $1.00 charge, Job Training !Program." Placement In OJT Is based an education,. !Job skills and ,.-
Boy Scout Troop 109 _Tuesday at 7 p.m. Classes conducted by Betty Herring and WillVotes. ,qulrements of the work.He.,.In. additions there I I' a special Older Workers program -
per partie pating,
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Cub Scout Pack each.Monday night at 6:30: p.m. ; ;
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(age:M and up);If Interested please carttartthe: JlPAOffice located at the
Brownie meet Monday at 3 p.m. > ? ,Exercise' Classes for FAlLi.AquO; ot 6. Mono Thun Sllrnnastk<* at IU'0.".," ,"Bradford-UnlonVecanonolc hoolt. /01'..eo" % -51.! \ > ".
Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.rrtv' (free babysittingand)! 4 p.m.; Tues-Thurs?and Aerobics at 4 p.m.. Mon., WedI, ' -, ; fi'* l ,

Explorer Scaoflng Troop...forming In Stark,. Oct.' 22 at 7 p.m. at Rescue, B12-'" Frl. and 6 964-4210 p.ne.Tues.r Wed., and' .,Frl-iCoOBH'" ,, "'" Center for Health' and*, Fltnes' ,*' ti>I MOM Timer'BwlitWI. feam.twi" be h4..tln9Q''Sf'am Dunk" contest Saturday ::,
register .
N. Grand St. Colt 964-6911.. ,, : ; ;'y ., Oct.2O at the' Bradford' High School; gym' Begins. at ,p.'m. $0.00( entry' foe.Tck| .,.

; UMW Annual .. _r..N; <>v. loll day?: at first United Methodist Church.InStarke' Starke Ben ScavtTreep'70. ))meet fror.i '7' *:30 p.rrrteocH' Tue'sda'y"t h|the IC. :M\, ',.\, 9 ot the door are $T.00.,Tkhe+s and more Information of Chubs 9porfrw'C.nter, an'dj' ''
Sou lChlll luncheon; M a.m. tqt Donation $2.00 ,hut behind the terlnis courts'orl Pratt Srrov |1''ri Starke. :,,the of.CommerKefflMf.! ,..* -' 'rfV. / "If., % : :. 2'
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circuit rider serving In Holy place. The
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., VCT Coorenpondent Lake Butler prior to this time. the front of the church and accompanied church. Family games were en- the sanctuary
in singing Joyed by..the children. SinJ(" and presentation by Mrs._ years in this community :
i. "For Two Centuries: Proclaiming In 1920 the wooden church was rated Mrs.Betty Herring I
r Grace and Freedom" has been and and the present building was Amazing Grace". Shawn McGuinn
f is the mission of American begun on the original lot, being builtof served as pianist. ,
,. Methodists across the United States yellow brick. The outstanding Rev.Will Yates,pastor,welcomedthe \ ---- ... _"117""
and around the world. feature of the church is the stained members and visitors and introduced
On Sunday, Oct. 14, the First glass memorial windows.The Rev.David Waller, former
United Methodist Church of Lake church was completed In late pastor and guest speaker.
Butler celebrated the 200th Anniversary Dec. 1922 and In 1965 previous to the Rv. Waller Is now Associate RCA
of Methodism in America' In 100th anniversary of the church, It Director of Development at the
/ special services throughout the day. was remodeled on the outside and Florida Methodist Children's Home
Members and visitors dressed In painted white. in Enterprise. He was accompaniedby
antebellum attire, in keeping with During the past year it has been his wife and children, Deanna.
the occasion,gathered at the statelyr made most attractive with a cream and David Lee Waller. VIDEO VALUE
white church on Main Street color and the new cross-sign on the Mr Kenneth Herring, Chairmanof
Following the Civil War ((1865)) front lawn have made the church the Administrative Board, introduced -
: there was a small Wooden Methodist more appealing to, those who pass those who have been
Church building near the present this way. members of this church over 50
site/ On Sunday, as Sam Brallter chimed years with special greetings., _
The exact date this wooden chruch the 11 o'clock hour on the organ After the morning service,a boun SPECTACULARRE
was erected Is unknown, but recent and the acolytes lighted the candles, tiful dinner served under the trees _
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Writer "The pressure to win and the your recruiters to make sure,\[ome future. The team
'Once a Gator, always a Gator," changes in the recruiting wars have' of these minor infractions were support In this trying DOT BUDD
I .according to former University of gotton so intense that there has to be never broken. I predict that when hope Florida fans ,
Florida Head Coach Charlie Pell; some changes made in the rule they change the rules, and the 'will, through it. 0'r. of Wild Nails of Palatka
whit visited' the Keystone Heights structure of the sport," Pell commented I have no doubts, that many of the Pell would make no
Rotary Club last Friday at their "The NCAA is an institution same charges we were hit with will the future new head
r regular meeting. very much like the Olympic Committee not even be on the books anymore.I' Florida, but said 95% Nail Sculpturing, ,
The former coach, who resigned it is a very old institution Pell said Florida had ."already Galen Hall had "one' Capping &,Tips
September 29 after his program was that has not kept pace with the paid a heavy price" during the football minds In the OFF
hit with a record 104 Indictments by changes in the sport and in society. 20-plus month invesligatiotijjof! ,, the' ,hoped he would be -
the National, Colllgiate. Athletic Walter Byars, the president of the Gators and said he hopes;: that,any sideratlon for the GLASS II PleasingYou.
AssociationNCAA! ) continues: to NCAA, has been in the same positionfor probation would not be longer than And so the drama of 473-7944 Piea6ttt
Confound, critics by traveling the the past 23 years and now it two years. He also predicted that Continues ln ,r nee Blvd.
state at various speaking dates, seems like he's suddenly waking up Florida would have a fine'learn .
many of them set up before his and seeing the real world. The regardless of the penalty ,, ID -- "0/ ",..- -- f "
resignation. NCAA has had major reversals In t
Coach Pell, as he is still Called by the past two years in court decisions "There's a lot of talent 'on. "that
.many\ of the fervent gator fans In the affecting its powers and I think team with many younger players '
Is not casting aspersions on his we're in for more of those in the most fans have never heard of who GRAND REMODELING VIDEO SALE j
former team as many deposed future. It's hard to believe that
coaches have'done.. Instead, he is Walter Byers is suddenly I waking up
full of praise for the team he helped lo reality after all this lime." "
build into a nationally respected one Pell called for "simplification" of r"t i
last year, finishing with a number the' recruiting rules by the NCAA
six national ranking, the highestever and said the institution would haveto
for a Gator team. eliminate its "sacred !
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"We'made mistakes, many little cows"teams which Pell claims 4'a C DE EQUIPMENT 7 7SU'RRytl ''I
.mistakes and a few big ones," Pell violate the same rules but are never '
said. "But I can't help but be very Charged for) before fairness couldbe
proud of what we accomplished.The achieved
players themselves, they are the "There are too many teams that ,';t
ones who have no reason to hang are just untouchable," Pell said. "I r ITED
their heads. They are just an may get some flack for this but it's a I ed .f
outstanding bunch of young men. I'll fact that can't be Ignored YS I Redo
be following them in the future even Recruiting is an absolute jungle. It's .J t I
it I'm not in the state." even harder to recruit when there ilow Only 1 1I 1f
Pell was characteristically vague are some teams that get away with ? 575 f
about his future plans, but said the things every season and, never get ..r
United States Football caught." 49S
LeagueUSFL( new team in Orlan- "Strict rules in a simplified for )
do was a "definant possibility" and mat would solve many of the pro- .
said the only job he would rule out is blems for self-policing coaches who .
coaching for a college team. are honestly trying to do a good job ttf"RFn r
"Maybe I'll go into the Pop and build a winning program," Pell
Warner League," he joked with said. "The rules as they stand right ros raA/ll__ VKT 300
Rotarians. "They don't send investigators now are like a maze. You would need VKT 275
after you on that level." Charlie Pell .'
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were starting with," Pell said. "The INSURED & BONDED
pressure was in the media and a few REASONABLE RATES .
of the high-powered boosters -' '
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now and I really don't want to dwellon ,
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II' ':' 'Two:Arrested in; Jan. Robberyin:; LBTwo :>.> (US 301 N) f320 N.. Temple Ave. 9 'n. .' ',: ",:,(

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men were'arrested this week Marklee Alvarez answered his door other man,who actually entered the r
and charged with one count each of and found a black male Inquiring dwelling,could not be [identified until 84 Cars & Trucks
burglary of an 'occupied dwelling about a job. Alvarez informed the Oct. 10 when Valentine Allen \ .
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with assault and battery and one man that no jobs were available and Alexander's girl friend '
,,'count each of robbery in connection the man forced Alvarez inside and Vines. 84 2 Door Hatchback /
I with the Jan. 13 break-in at the took his wallet which contained$800, Charger : '
residence of Marklee Alvarez in Mrs. Alvarez, alarmed at what Vines was picked out of a police
Lake Butler, according to arresting was happening, ran out of the house line-up by the victim and bond was 5 Speed, AlpUI-FM List 8585 $
second black set at $50.000 per charge. Vines is 78525:
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her until the first man had escaped. Alexander was arrested : on a
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and Robert Lee Alexander were arrested Investigation by the sheriff's remanded to custody in Receptionand --- ,
on Oct. 15. department identified Alexander, a Medical Center and bond was
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Union County Shrift's Department .
arrested Charles Aaron !
Padgett of Raiford on Oct. 4 and AUCTION
charged him with second degree arson ,
in connection with the March 24 11:00: a.m. Sat., Oct. 27, 1984 5 Speed, Air Cond.. '
HiLo of
fire that burned the Grocery
Raiford to the ground. J.C. JOHNSON SONS, INC. List '7312 $688572 J
I On Saturday March 24, the HiLo Case No. 84-663.BK.J.GP .. ..... .... .,.. '" ,
Grocery was burned to the ground .'
with a loss valued at more than 40 Cleared Acres i

I 100000.Investigation by the Union County Over 100 pieces' of farm equipment trucks trailers -irr 84 Plymouth Gran Fury SaleSame .

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Charles Padgett,told her on or about I USED CAR SALE ;
Sept. 5, that he had burned down the ,
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store belonging to James Lessig of
I Raiford breaking in retaliation up Padgett's against. marriageto Lessigfor 2 Ml. SO. OF SR 252 ,-. 79 Monte Carlo . '3850 78 Chevy Newport '2450
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his wife.Padgett
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of the state attorney and released .. "

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both the victim,Lessig,and Bonnie'JOsirallr

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I died Joe of Cranford a stab wound Warren to the, 42,chest of Starke ending with Warren being fatally At approximately 10:15: p.m. would not have happened," said valid driver license. At the time he fic charges were dismissed by Bradford .
ear- stabbed in the chest. deputies were summoned to another Judge Pierce. pled guilty and was sentenced it was Count .
..ty.Hilario Saturday Pineda morning of Route October 13. Pineda's wife approached the home on CR-100 and Pineda surrendered .. Pineda was In Bradford County discovered Pineda was an illegal The Border Patrol did pick Pinedaup
Starke has been 1, Box 921, scene in the yard where Pineda was to authorities. Pineda was Court last year for a traffic chargeof alien. In order for the Border Patrolto In December, 1983, alledgedly to
charged by the on of Warren and the ball bat treated driving while Intoxicated and no -
Bradford top lay for bruises and lacerations return Pineda to Mexico the traf- return him to Mexico.
ment with County murder Sheriff's Depart- ing nearby. She picked up the ball from the beating and released from
death of Warren. in the stabbing bat and began beating Pineda in an the Bradford Hospital to the Brad- '.
attempt to get him .of Warren. ford County Jail where he remainsin /
Pineda returned to his home SE .' ,
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13th St. in Bradford County around 4

a.m.'on the morning of October 13. foot.Pineda was followed by blood Bradford County Judge George H. ADD LIFE TO YOUR YEARS: ", '
He argued with his wife and Warren hounds to a wooded area behind a Pierce is very upset with the ,
to let him lathe locked mobile home. home off SR-100 south of Starke but Federal authorities and the Border i"
During the argument he stabbed at could not be located in the wooded. Patrol. "If Pineda had been were he at the
his wife through an opened bedroom area. was supposed to be this murder. ,
window and cut the screen. Warren
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OiNs Stationary bicycles and aerobic dance classes are available as Well for aerobic
Arrested, Contraband FFZEEDO M FROM workouts. The aerobic portion of your exercise program burns calories to help you :
and Possession control or lose weight.For .

Two, students from the Correctional ORIENTATION: Monday, October 22, 7.9 p.m.
muscular strength and endurance 12 pieces of Nautilus
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.: Training Institute at Union /
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County Sheriff's Department. BRADFORD HOSPITAL INC. a .. ', ,
Both released Rutledge on recognizance and Blackwelderwere bond. Bradford Hospital,.Inc. and the CENTER FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS s '. ,

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I Obituaries! I

later MaddozCharles I day, Oct. 11, at the tahfrHoUFuneral : local arrangements.
Cemetery with Jones Funeral Homeof officiating. Burial will be at a Charles Wiley
Eston McCuIlough Keystone Heights in charge of ar date In Melrose/EIiam Cemetery. In Wiley Maddox, 52, of Home in Haines City'with Edward M. Knott
.; Eaton McCuIlough.M.of Keystone rangementa. Those who desire may lieu of flowers,contributions may be Dundee,died Sunday in the Heart of Rev. Jim Lyle officiating. A Edward M.Knott,54,of Hampton,
Heights,died early Sunday morning, make contributions to the Eston Mc- made to the Keystone Lions Club or Florida Hospital, Haines Qty. A graveside service will follow Thursday died in the VA Medical Center la
1'1".".;, Oct. 14, at his home of an apparent CUllough Memorial Fund,c/o David the Melrose Methodist Church. native of Florida, Mr. Maddox moved at 4 p.m. In the Mt Zion Gainesville.A .
heart attack. Heights High to Dundee from Illinois, was an Cemetery near Lake Butler. ArcherFuneral Mr. Knott
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faith
Owens Keystone Protestant by
Mr. Mc- in
Born in Madison County Home of Luke Butler
Fl 32650. asbestos worker until becoming ,
School, Keystone Heights retired from the US. Navy la 1919
CUllough moved to Jacksonville Mary Elizabeth WadovskyMary disabled and was a member of the charge of local arrangements.
to Hamptonin
and moved to of moved from Macdenny:
afterwards Elizabeth 52,
shortly Wadovsky
faith. He was a veteran of .
Baptist worked for UCI a.
Keystone Heights 5Vi years ago. He' Walter Wilson,Sr. Starke, died Tuesday at her home. the Korean conflict. Florence Ennis 1977 and had
I,' spent 40 years with the Southern Bell Walter Wilson Sr., 87,of Melrose, Born in New Jersey,Mrs. Wadovskywas Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Mrs.Florence Enid,70,Starke, maintenance supervisor.wife, Mrs.
Include
Telephone Company as an engineer; died Monday morning Oct. IS, in of the Protestant faith. Fern Maddox of Dundee; one died Wednesday, Oct. 3, at her Survivors his
.was a member of the First Baptist North Florida Regional Hospital, Survivors include her husband, Brenda of home. Roselle D. Knott Hampton; two
Mrs. Akridge
daughter of
Church of Keystone Heights, the Gainesville, following a sudden illness. John J. Wadovsky, Sr. and one son, Jacksonville; two sons, Gary R. A native of Grand Rapids, Mich., daughters Sally Ruth Young Crews of
American Legion, Telephone John J. Wadovsky, Jr., both of Maddox, of Key West and Charles, Mrs. Ennis moved toStarke 12 years Missouri and Martha Ralph
Pioneers of America, was a Born In Massachusetts, Mr. Starke; two sisters Joyce Woods of Maddox,II of Gainesville his ago.She was of the Baptist faith. Starke; three sons, Phillips
Wiley ;
counselor for Hi-Y in Jacksonvillefor Wilson moved to Melrose from San Antonio, Texas and Margaret mother, Mrs. Florence Maddox of Survivors include one daughter, and Rickie Phillips, both of Orlando
many years, and was active in Gainesville over 25 years ago. He Potter of Landing, New Jersey. Dundee three sisters, Mrs. Trura- Jackie Jean Hill of Adrian, Mich.) and Tommy Phillips of Starke; M
American Legion Baseball both in was a retired Merchant Marine anda Rosary will be held Friday at 5 mue Hathcock; of Dundee,Mrs.Lom- one sister, Elizabeth Ellen Osmond, grandchildren and four great grand
Jacksonville and Keystone. He wasa member of the Melrose Methodist p.m.in the Chapel of the Archie Tan- mie Thurman of Lakeland and Mrs. Keystone Heights, and three grand- children.
past president of the Dads Club in Church; a member of the Keystone ner Funeral Home. The Funeral Mitchel of Jacksonville fOUl children. Funeral services were held Satur-
Jacksonville, served in the Coast Lions Club; the Association of Mass will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at brothers Lydia LeRoy Maddox and;D.M. Services were held at 10 a.m. day at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of the Archie
Guard during WWII. Retired Persons; the Unified Sportsmen Crosby Lake Cemetery with Father Maddox, both of Dundee, Willie C. Tuesday at Braum Funeral Home in Tanner Funeral Home with the
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. of Florida: the Clangunn Finlay and Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. Maddox and Johnnie A. Maddox, Adrian. Mich. Burial was in Chaplain Eldon Cornett officiating.
Pearl McCullough of Keystone Society of North America and the Archie Tanner Funeral both of Jacksonville and three Lenawee Hills Memorial Park, Burial was In Sapp Cemetery with
Heights; one daughter, Mrs. Janet Southeast Federation of Home of Starke was in charge of ar grandchildren.Funeral ; Adrian, Mich. Archie Tanner the Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
McCullough Grim of Orange Park; Mineralogical Society. Starke In charge arrangements.
rangements. services held ThursBelow Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
one son, John McCullough of Survivors include his wife, Mrs. were -- ._.M_'._ a _._ ..n.. L .-- ._' \\IJ
Chicago, 111.; his mother, Mrs. Mildred Louise Harris Wilson of WI If1
Georgia McCUllough, three brothers Melrose; one son,Walter Wilson,Jr.
Wilbur S. McCullough, Wallace Mc of Charleston, S.C.; one daughter, VOTE NOVEMBER 6th
; CUllough, and John McCullough, all Mrs. Beverly Ann Anderson of Per-
T of Jacksonville; four grandchildren, rinton, Mich.; one brother,David L-,
Adam McCUllough and Alice Marie Wilson of South Weymouth, Mass.; 4 FI "Chance" Irvine
Grim, both of Orange Park and' two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Mooresof
Donald John McCullough and Keystone Heights and Mrs. Helen
Michael Aaron McCUllough, both of Fearon of Dracut, Mass.; four I For State House of RepresentativeDistrict
Chicago III.Funeral grandchildren and one great grand r
services were held at 11 child. a v 21
a.m. Wednesday in the First Baptist Funeral services will be held at 10 e ijp I, :
Church of Keystone Heights with a.m.Saturday Oct.20,in the DeWittC.
Rev. Charles VanZant officiating. Jones Chapel, with Father Fred REPUBLICAN
Burial was in the Keystone Heights! Yerkes and Rev. Alfred B. Bought c. y
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Merle Norman Building
111 S. ThMnpion St, Stttkt Jeans Coats Winter Gowns Housecoats '. You Deserve a Chance .
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Charlie Sez; we want to be you SALE 84KENWIN 111 W. Can St.. IRVINE ,
Oct. 18-31. Stark, Florida
PO rot nor
hometown car center. Shop at home! ,

and Save $. We are the home of Qualiity .

Sales, Service and Quality Pea Ie.
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New 84 ChevOtteS 10 to choose .'. . from 5315 U.S.: 301 South 9645G71

New 84 Celebrity AT, AC, Tin.cms. ... 9288 "

/ New 84 Camaro Bertinetta Loaded 408 12,788 'The Country Store For More"

". New 84 Cavalier Convertible . 2 to choose :Ney: Hours: :. Open ,&30:.am :q P 1 1 Monday tfcru SarurrJay "I

New'84 Monte Carlo A7;AC;PW, nn. clue! ... 10,588New "!*- T" "M C Vft06r'g'tftr Pric<&!& Savelll!!! '

84 Ciera Sdn AT, AC,Crurse,rut .'. . 10,288New .- Quanti Ri his erved We ce t USDA Food Starn .

84 Toronado Caliente un 19,020. 16,788New

84 CutlaSS Brgh loaded Loaded 12,388 MEAT SPECIALS 1111'111"111. FOR'YOUR IDAYTAtj :,<|i

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84 C-10 4X4 Equip.. Good 3557 ,.. 11,688New Ib. '
84 Silverado Diesel, AH The Goodies 3699 12,788 Fresh Fresh Fresh Pork ,!

New 84 C-10 Long Wheel Base. Work Truck 3834 7,788New Fryer \ 119 Country Style Loin Whole or

84 C-10 Short Wheel Base,4009 LAST ONE ...6,98 49

New 85 C-10 AT. V8, Stereo, Raly Wheels, 5034 10,38L Breasts .. Pork RibsPRODUCE l' Rib Half $ 39 '

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84 Mazda B200 Pickup AC.LWB a more . 7,48! :

83 Omega Sedan AT,AC, Nice car ',' . . 6,58! $ 100 APPlesG, Pumpkins ,

82 Chevy C-10.4x4 Hunters special.. . ... 6,58! ; : 190. "
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82 Ford MOO AT.AC,A Beauty 'r" : . 6,98! : ..
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81 VolVO Gle Loaded with equip. . . . 10,88 Almonds Brazil ', ij ,

81 Isuzu Diesel PU 20,000 miles . . . 4,48 $ It.".

81 Chevy Impala Nice car . ',.' . . 3,7&L 2 for I & <'

81 Century 4 Or vs.AT,AC ..... . . 6,486j

80 Omega 4 Dr.Economic Transportation 2,98 !/ 'Mixed Nuts' 'APalfschke0e' :

80 GMC Caballero PU A Beauty , , 5,68! Bananas "f9'vFRESH : I <1) o'i '
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Obituaries / t Mike's Auto Electric. /


Mrs. Little G. Thornton Club Starke ShBne Club, Waldo'J I'. Baptist Church in l'OOkerWithRev. Cemetery' "with'' Archer Funeral '

Kt Mrs. Lizzie GrUfls Thornton,M,of Chapter 120, Order of the Easters: Lacy Conway and Rev.John Hendry Home of LakeButler in charge arrangements. ? Radlato Slrvl i : :
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t Ralford. died Tuesday, Oct. 9. in Star, Carpenters Union No. 1278. ofnciating. Burial was In Dedan T .-' I
University Nursing Care Center in Survivors include one son,Jimmie \. 473.7557
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Gainesville following an extended Il Norwood of Keystone Heights; one ----- ,
mess daughter Evelyn Powell of Waldo. ; Card of Thanks I Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights
a A lifelong resident of Union Coun-,, .Ix.nnocnudr and It great...nd- & Domestic Alternator & Starters
a ty, Mrs. Thornton was a member of children. The U.C.I. Employee's! ; Club extends a THANK YOU to the following Foreign r
New River New Congregational Funeral services were held Saturday messes for their donations/contributions!: thaijtelped to make the U.C,1.mployees' ,Monday Friday 0-8 Sataday 8-12
Methodist Church. : Oct.13, at 2 p.m.In First UnitedMethodist
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Alma Macclenny; one son The Chicken Factory Mormon Cotmetlcs Horseshoe lounge
Elsie Thornton of Raiford one IckercTtKentucky Western Steer ,; Coca-Cola '
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: brother; Nelson Griffis of Lake Fried Chicken Poor Boys Grocery Winn DixieP.R.I.D.E. Company ,-' .. ...,". :.., ,, ,,,. ,, ,,. ,. ", .. _.. ..." .'" "' .. .. "J 1
Butler; one sister Mae Shadd of, Audi R. Mann Wendy's Normans Market Industries
take' Butler; 36 grandchildren, M Ancil l Isaac (Rasty) Mann,69,of'.I 1 Jackson Building Supply Florida BonkMcDonald's Cruvers, Inc.
8.n great grandchildren, and 28 great Brooker,died Wednesday, Oct. 10,in Settle, Hardware Crawford end Company
great grandchildren. Bradford Hospital of a heart attack.A NoWove Andrews Drugs lance >
sit Funeral services were held Fri. lifelong resident of Bradford The OHke Shop Farmers C Deal.r. Bank Plttman a Son .EVERBE
iM1P day, Oct. 12, at 2 p.m. in New River County Mr. Mann was a retiredcarpenter Pino Hut Flower Country Moxle CombCoptaln
New Congregational Methodist and farmer and was a O'. Western Auto Capitol In.uronce Co.
Church with Rev. John W. Yar- deacon of Dedan Baptist Church. He The Paitry Shop Roger's Barbecue Wilson's Florist
brough officiating. Burial was in was the son of the late Tim S. and The Country Club. Rivers Hardware Spires IGA .,.
Pine Grovel Cemetery with Archer Nancy Shaw Mann.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Survivors include his wife Mrs.
.charge, of arrangements.Joe ,Nona Groover Mann and three sons, fAT I IGAI'
4r T.J., Marvin and James Mann, all of Ads--
C. (J.C.) WarrenJoe Brooker seven daughters, Ethel Union County
Crawford (J.C.)Warren,42,of Underhill of Starke. Ruth Mann and .
Starke, died Saturday, October 13. Naomi Mines, both of Brooker,
Born in Moultrie, Ga., Mr.Warren Merle Smith and Elese Griffin, both HELP WANTED PERSONAL SERVICES
had lived in Starke most of his life, of Alachua, Martha Jane Lynn of ,
and was a construction worker and Gainesville and Sandra Dreyfuss of PROCISi MAIL AT HOMII 75.00 per DOlMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK .
of the Baptist faith. Bronson; two sisters, Theney Mann hundred I No Experience. Port or full Package deal; 2' or 4" wells, water
Survivors include his mother, Freeman of Perry and Mildred tkn.. Start Immediately DualsPumps, new installation of 'septic
Muriel Warren; and three sisters, Mann Green of Brooker and 16 tend self-addressed damped tanks, drain fields and lift statIon
Carol Bradbury and Sandra grandchildren. enveloped to C.R.I. 6O93. P.O. Box Mobile. home poles' available. All
DeFlorio, both of Bradenton and Funeral services were held Fri 3149 Stuart ft 33495 4-pd work' guaranteed call Tommy Dos FITTED TO
Amanda Warren of Savannah, Ga. day Oct. .12, at 10:30 a.m. in Dedan lo/ie-n/s trr.reW$2151. UFN 9/1 AN ACU-SYSTEM EAR MOLD, CUSTOM
NETTLES Mil IBAVICB Tree removal
Funeral services were held i WANTED and pruning Also....- oak and YOUR EAR HELPS PUT 'YOU IN CONTROL' OF YOM
Wednesday, Oct. 17,at 11 a.m.at the pine for sale. Call Thomas N.",".
Graveside with the Rev Gene Bass I FLORIDA TWIN 496-3823. tfn 12/22 APPETITE AND WEIGHT SAFELY & EFFORTLESSLY: ,
officiating. Burial was in Santa Fe WANTED TO BUV Old Carpenter Tools. JOE PORSYTH- GREASE TRAP'S AND I
Cemetery with Archie Tanner THEATRE'Starke Especially: old or rare planes. Will SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Refonable NO SHOTSI I NO NEEDLES! NO PILLSI!
Funeral Home in charge of arrangements pay top pr cs. Phone 468-1531, morn'prig day or night service. All workIng NO CRASH DIETS! NO EXERCISE PROGRAMSI!
4 10/18.1 Call 4311022. 4
964.5451 or 1"8. -pd uoppr.ciatd.10/4-29 -pd ,

William M. Norwood FOR RENT CLEANING Da you need your office. I
William Marvin Norwood, 74; of LAST WEEK club. Church or business. etc. cleanad I
Waldo,"died Oct. 11 in Gainesville. ? Please call 496-2636 between I The ACU- STEMsEar Mold was'invented and patented

Mr. Norwood was a member of the Oct.19.25KN.a.Y I I TVPIWRITIM AND ADDING 9:00 rmondl:00p.m.oroher4:00 by a doctor. It is a safe, painless and effective,method. of.
First United Methodist Church of MACHINES FOil RINTt Union County p.m. reasonable rates. 1_ehg 10/11 weight control based
Waldo Past Master of Waldo Time. 150 Moln Street Lake sutler.Phon.4962261forinformationTFN. on acupressure -

Masonic Lodge':;No. 10; York Rite Kid LOST/FOUND techniques derived from
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Rite Bodies; Alachua County Scottish It's time forhis country.10/18 MALE BEAGLE Lost near 121 and SqkMOuiLt .* the discomfort of piercing the skin.
Rite Club Morocco Temple I i HOMES All electric 1 furnished County Iin. Black' brown and whit. You will lose with ACU- v
Shrine Shrine ILA i moment of truth. weight an i
Keystone Heights '
I 1 unfurnished. 1 with 3 BM gas Reward 431-1743 1-pd 9/37
furnished. Convenient to prison SYSTEM Ear:Mold It will work for 1

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Weeknights 7:45 spoiler automatic transjskMnon- tilt I
MAINIS INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. steering, powso1.'Ti srlng/brok.s, '
SCREEN I Lake Avenue Lake Butler, 496-3978. electric windows,,V-6_olne. Phone r CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION; '
4t I Oct.19.25 Insurance Service., TFN. 4963789. ufn I
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lot on Frl. Oct. 19.and Fri. Oct. 26th.

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP 2ch91011.25PIOPEtIYT 372.0403
If I don't hove It, I'll find FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Color ,
USHER T.V. S2: %. frost-free refrigerator GMNESVLIE
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$190. washer SI 23. dry.r $129,
I 10. r REALTOR. 496-3126 or 496-2903. f,.. ., elet. 4400 N.W.231d AVENUE
S1SO stove $129.40.000
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NOTICE YARD SALE CARS & TRUCKS MOBILE HOMES Subscribe I

FOR SALESKYLINE BRADFORD COUNT' nrr
Wl BUY YARD SALE ITEMS Save '
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- you B3 LINCOLN 4-door. Signature series. TELEGRAPH
time and make money Call ut like new. 473-2214. 8/30 Hn .1
mltted to the Bradford County 9648031. Itpd 10/18 I9B2 FORD P.100 TRUCKS MOBIL HOME CENTER 964-6303
Excellent cond. Hwy.
advance T.legroph unl.office..In credit writing It and olr.ady paid In FRIDAY t SATURDAY 2'% miles N. of f Asking $5800. Call after 5:00: 9646238. '''' 301 N. Stark. Come tee Dee Ramon, NO CASH NEEDED + "uliII JiJ i r
Starke. Cancel rain. Itpd 10/18 9/13 Hn '"
Ion the bargains. 964-4414 or 964-4778
with this office.THI .
established PORCH SALE Toy, clothe, bikes IS IT TRUE \ 1985 :2 BR Mobile Home. (!
STAFF CANNOT BEHELD you can buy |jeeps for $44 4/26( tin : '
TELEGRAPH RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN records, book Saturday, Oct. 20 97., I 'through the Government? Get the (_ 1':1Ito MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 BA. CH/A. Can Be Yours for $149.63 11. REALT
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 406 N. Walnut St. Itpd 10/18 fact todayl! Call 1-312-742-1142 ext.' $/.".% Call 964-4763 In afternoon or per mo. with approved: .
SATURDAY,.OCT. 20i 9:00 a.m. til Tf 609. 9/20 EOW.11/01 791.- 07. 10/4 4fchg 10/25 credit. Call Mr. Bradleyfor

Cla..lll.d THE TELEPHONE.! deadline I. TUESDAY, Baby Item, clothe A shoes of.all six... 1911 VW CONVERTIBLES $6600 Firm. Call | M CONCORD TRAILER 14x60. 2 Bd. details. .,'
NOON prior to Thursday publication. Cheap. Road 100 West, 3rd .t,.... Itpd 964-6020. Itchg 10/18 Partly furnished.' 10500. 964-4693. 473-7237 (CECELIA PHONE W'7

Minimum charge It 15 words for$2.75. 10/1B '77 CHEVY STATION WAGON 10/11 3tcng 10/25 ERWILLEGAR 205 N. Temple; Starke I '
9-4 P.M. SATURDAY. OCT. Ml Appliances AC/PS.PB. Run '83 BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO -
th.n 10 c.nt.lar each word thereafter. good. PONTIAC LIVES 3 BR 2 BA :
baby clothe, clothing dlthe GRAND PRIX loaded. 9644092. 10/11 Mobile Home' on Crosby Lake Canal.
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON and misc. Hems. On Griff I loop. Itchg tfn Cement boot ramp. Coll 9646020. TrampolinesFactory BLISSFUL PRIVACY
Florida Clattlfled Ad N.twork). 10/18 MUST SELLS 1973 Nova 307/3.speed. Itchg 10/18
FCAN ( Within this A dramatic
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For $125 ((23-wordt). your ad will go Into BIG SALEi Everything Xi-Price! Thurt., Good condition. Asking $1500. Coll LAKE ALTO ESTATES MH 24x63. BR, 2 new cypress
56 Florida newtpapert (dalllet and Fri, ft Sat. at Underwood Motel on 4681134. Itpd 10/18 BA. One acre, plus landskoped.'A/C. Direct contemporary on a 10Ac. site In the city
weeklies) for a circulation of 1.000,000 North 301. Itpd 10/18 75 MG MIDGETs. Good condition. New bay windows, 'Felling fans, cathedral Lay-A-Way now for Sumptuous touch Include gorgeous
Mak. work for <22 W. ADKINS STREET] Thursday paint and top, $1500. Call 964-5165 ceilings, many extras $39,900, Contact Christmas
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reader money Saturday. Much miscel.! 1tpd wallpaper, 2 fireplaces, 4 BR. 2, !BA, with
through from 8.5 964.6566 after 5 weekends
you..Sell the FCAN way. Call ; p.m. Itcha owner eves or 4631055.9274tchg $2500 Down
10/18 10/18 10/18 excellent traffic pattern.Four .
ask for Today.
964-6305 Sylvia
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Antique bedroom 1981 VOLKSWAGEN RABBITs Diesel; MOBILE HOME FOR I iSALEt Keystone 8 ft. x 12 ft. $235 Nice Hornet Available For L.a...
tulle, Hlde-A-Bed sofa, water bed. A/C. No reasonable offer refused. Call Heights. 2 BR across from Lake 13 ft. Round $299 COMMERCIAL-OAK PLAZA Just S. of City Limit,
BUSINESS kerosene space heater, misc. furniture 9647955. Itpd 10/18 Geneva $89.00 per month, $100 down. next ta future home of Stark. Chrysler-Plymouth. 13
book, houseplants" baby I 1975 PLYMOUTH VALIANTt 4-door. Must remain on lot for five years. lots available.
OPPORTUNITIES people clothe, homemade pickle A PSI AC/Automatic transmission, 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn 752.1999. 752-9412 II *
US 301 FRONTAGES Apprax. 3 mile $. Also
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jam household 7 5385 Lake
*, misc. Item 3V4 mileseast City
AM/FM cassette, 62,000 mile Slont-6engine. 65 FOOT MOBILE HOME with addition,
building A 2 Ac. lot behind. Buy now. Owner fin.
SR 100mile before
on $1600. Neg. Call 964.7871 from 3/4 acres fenced 2 BR. 1 BA. A/C central .
INTERNATIONAL STEEL IUILDING Michigan Ranch. 9 til ?? Itpd 10/18 730: am. to 5.15 p.m., David; or heat. New carpet new well. Most ,,, : .' I d -15 ACRES ONLY S39,000 10 Ac. Improved pasture
Manufacturer awarding dealership In BIB MELTON TERRACE Children SAc, wooded w/1 Acc lake with fish Exc. terms by
964-6580 after 5 p.m. D.C. Robert furnished. $20.000. Call 964-5928 noon
available area loon. Great profit clothing and misc. household items. Itpd 10/18 to 6:00: p.m. 927tpd 10/18 Shop & Compare!!! owner.
potential an expanding Induttry. For Fri. A Sat. begin at 9 a.m. Itchg 10/18 197 PONTIAC GRAN niX 40,000 mile*. Special Insurance for HOME A 2 LOTS IN CITY Priced. to sell. SU.OOO.
application call WEDGCOR ((303)) 233 N. BAY STREET Baby clothe and PS/PB/AC. 2375. Call 78:2.3110.: HELP WANTEDTHE Mobile Home Parks Owner finance.
759-3200. Ext. 2403. Itpd 10/18 misc. items jewelry. Itchg 10/18 1977 CHEVY IMPALA STATION WAGONS ..All types of home- 1981 FLEETWOOD MH A Lot. No. 6 Crosby lakeShore '
FIND OUT how can become a FRIDAY A SATURDAY Corner of Broadway .
you PS/PB/AC. Electric window and seats, A 12x24 storage bldg. 29000.
distributor of the notion't fastest grow and Center Str*. Beautiful fern, New tires. $1375.. Call 7823110. Itchg FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUARD Is owners policies for TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON CROSBY LAKE SHORES
ing and matt effective plan to tote wind chime, flower arrangements, 10/18 looking for young H.S. grads, Interested mobile homes. Easy access to lake. Zoned for MH.Owner financed.

weight and Increate energy Watch lots of goodie Dresses, shirts and 1974 ROAD RUNNERs Body In very good In vehicle construction electrical Call for Quote PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEYs NW 75th Av. 2'Ac.. SP
SPN or NCN Sat., October 20.1:00-:00: : Itpd 10/18 plumbing malnt., ma.onry.h.avy ,
pant condition. but
Engine runs needs work. $39,900 with $7.900 dn. Fin. byawn.r 12%. IS
p.m. EDT; alto Weitar V, trantponder2D 3-FAMILY YARD SALE Mini-bike, jdlrt $350. Call 964-4002 before or'' equipment operator and other Olin's Mobile yrt.
(channel 3/Frequency 3760)). Call bike Kayak paperback, clothe and 9645281. Itpd 10/18 noon engineering fields, Earn While You Mo. pmt. $379.25. Clean. Storage shed 10x20;
Tom I Claudia Rlner 1143 E. Brood- more. 9 to 4. Saturday Oct. 20. Point- 79 OLDS DIESELs 4 door. Learn. Contact TSG Carl Sievert at Home Sales barbecue pit I patio.
way Louisville, Kentucky 40204; ((502)) view, between Pecan and Jasmine. AM/FN CB. 3500. Coil 782-3826.A/C; P/S; 9045332268. 10/4 4tchg 10/25 Elaine M. Olin Agent -4 BR, 2 BA ON MORGAN RDs Beautifully landscaped
584.3639 or 5025891620. (Icon) Keystone Height Itchg 10/18 10/18 Itchg- PART-TIME SALES SUPERVISOR for the with swimming pool surrounded by chain I
Florida Times Union to work afternoons 964-5606 link fence, paved drlv.woy.$62,5oo.

LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT and early evenings to supervise OVER 100 FT ON LAKE BROOKLYN By Approx..393
MOTORCYCLES young adults In local area. Must.have ft. deep w/small cottage. 27000.
car. Phone 964-5165 for Interview. FLORI LAND -3 BR, I'/s BAi 37100. Brick. CHAA. $32.000 mfg
S-10 ACRE LOTS Road 24x44 BUILDING Will build to suit te 10/182tchg 10/25 If
near Lawtey on SALE*SALE*SALE* price you qualify. 104 Long St.
125. Call 9644985. 8/16 tfn nant. Have 2 Ac. Will Invett. Rt. 301 Curies Cycle. Hwy. 301 South CARRIER FOR MORNING PAPER ROUTEi REALTY HAMPTON LAKES Redwood A brick 3 BR, 2 BAhorn.
APPROX. 2 ACRES FOR SALEi Three and 18 6 mile south of Stark. Or call 19SO GS 1100. Loaded. $1995. Florahome and Keystone areas, .. Fireplace I scrn'd porch on landscaped ac.
mobile hornet. good condition Two-2' JK.. 18136898011. 10/184tpd 11/08 19B1 GS S50 6,000 mile. $1095. Telephone and dependable transportation 964-7700 plus lot. $94,200.'HISTORICAL .
BR, I bath; One-3 BR. 1'/ BA. One 1979 GS 425L 9,000 mil... $795. required. Able to post cash bond. HOME IN LAWTEYI 6 BR, 2 BA on 7V
hook-up for mobile home. wells, 4 Equal Opportunity Employer. Phone 393 N, Temple Ave.Vernie .
Call
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ac. 2 MH hookup $49.900. 10 lot zoned MH.
HOMES FOR SALE
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septic tankt. Located on Grlfflt Loop 9645165. 10/18 2tchg 10/25 Odorn
1971 SUZUKI MODEL lOOi
Only 2600
HOME A APPROX. 49 ACRES HWY 229 $99.000.
Starke, FL 45500. One-Third down mile Call MATURE LADY Personal car for elderlyand Brok.r-GRI
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balance Live and
owner financed at 10% for up young. In house duties.
WE BUY and 2nd
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to 10 year. 9646493.9/27 Hn and also Existing Morgtage Call 5-7 p.m. Reasonable 964,4288, -3 BR HOME FOR RENT in $385. 9. 2nd mfg for $20,000 at 13% by owner
originate home equity loan. WANTEDAXLES TERMS OF !J% POSSIBLE cleared ,
FARM FOR SALE Stark.area. 12.9 acre Call Liz 10/182tpd 1025GOVERNMENT Country. ac. w/approx
opprox. .5 acre cleared 7 pecan tree. CROSBY LAKE Langley WATERFRONT at 964.5010.8109 HOMES Hn 4 JOBS -2 story home, early 1900s 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells, 3 septic tank,

2 BR mobile home. Good condition .BR, %LR, DR, Kitchen stove, refrig.. A TIRESs Two axles and four tire. $16.S59-S0.553/year. Now hiring. Part has been 'renovated '2 MH;Butler Bldg. Stocked pond creek.
pump and septic tank 29000. One- dishwasher carpet heat I air. Excellent Highest price paid. Greens Welding Your area. For Information, call (805))'' Could be 2 opts.CBLK COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 215' ON 301
third down, owner financed. at 10% for fishing. 9646250. Bulllngton. Shop 301 South, Starke, Fl. 964.5O07. 687-6000 Ext. R.5504. 10/184tpd |11/08 .' ; 3 on 4 BR home, :2 seated ""%,the Heart of Sterke.Approx..,1800 ''1' fr. I
7 years 9646493. Ernest W. Allen. FEDERAL, STATE .CIVIL SERVICE JOBS'' fWCl&Bf' ) fROUDTOOFFERoneofBradfordCdunf'Y' j
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9/27 tfn ?'i''+1 ,tONE BY OWNERS_ Quiet_ close. 'convenient. ,USEd TRAILEfIfor! .b.14 i f 600.'x'- (" no.J"hail'8flii'iP'ydlT' ) { : oreaj.ovcailf' r,,gIhs3D s mklbl..InB.Iv46lhudealyVlTo.a / I 1.\ ..1 i .),,trvly: '!....1Vrloustlianfto. krrbil4Ero1ii"fbJ ',
ACM LOT facIng' Forsyfhe Road. 964-8424. ; l-(619)( ) 569-8304 for Info-24: hrI.Y0718N13tpd (
Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA. Lot of storage. Itpd 10/18 Good location for Of. Country Club. Extraordinary privacy and gracious
964.5606.10/3000. $300 down $75 p.r mo. Call Chain link, carport, workshop. Pecan.. 11/01 flcett Building 1,000 tq. ft. living are available In this 3 BR, 2% BA. brick home
1,96 acres. Good gardening. Down COMMERCIAL PROPERTY : An uncommon concept of living. Superb condition.
1.7 Could easily be two of.
ACRES off Brooker Road (CR 227)). FOR LEASE
payment assumable -A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLES Beautifullyconstructed
mortgage fleet
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4000. $400 down $75 per mo. Call separate
964.5610.8/30 Hn
white brick 4 BR
3 BA w/twlmming
9645606. 10/4 tfn entrance Less than. .$20
14'/. ACRES off Fortythe Road. $1,995 CROSBY LAKE HOMEs 2 BR. 1 BA. Third 4100 SQ. FT. BUILDING on Hwy. 301 tq. It.'Building. pool. Designed with the family In mind,
o.r ocr. Hat a large pond $2,000 house from boat ramp. 42500. Ph. CORNER OF CALL I THOMPSON ; South. $1,000 per month. For Information with lot of SMASHING CONTEMPORARY 2-story cedar at

down, $200 per mo. Call 964-5606.10/4 9646250. 10/11 3tpd 10/25 STREETS 2-story bldg w/3700 sq. ft. send requests to P.O. Drawer A, 3 different Country Club. 2584 tq. ft. on 2 lots. Beaus Insul.
tfn togs NEAL COURTS 3 BR, 1 BA. Rent to each floor. Will divide into flea market Storks, Florida 32091. Itchg; 10/18 pace will hold stops.Owner Fireplace. 3 yrs. old. SP 75,000 mtg. $73,000 at
WITH buy. Excellent condition. 32500. stalls or one year lease. Clyde W. mortgage .
2 ACRES OP LAND TRAILER In "/,% Mo. Pmt. $698.6.
9646250. 10/11 3tpd 10/25 Simpson, 1119 to qualified buy.r.2. .'
Barnett .
Melrote. Write to Newtome Bank Building, ROOM TO ROAM! 2565 ft. home It located
: Ruby tq. on
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LARGE TWO STORY HOME 100. Jacksonville FL EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY ac. BR. 2 BA house
Hwy.
Route I 1. Box 1164 Melrote, FL 32666. on 32202. Ph. :3% Ac.'w/3 BR. :3 BA I CH/A.$105.000.
Newly remodeled. Full basement. Call 904/356-6849. tfn Will you earn K.OOO-$25,000 I more Approx. 5 yr*. old. Has I Inu".ry' .
10/182tpd 10/25 4.9 Ac.i Beaut brick home. .
Approx. 1500 ft. :3yrq.
964-6020. "
OCALA NATIONAL Itchg 10/18 this year? International Co. needs for pigs, concrete J
FORESTS
dry wooded lots, High and LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic model to NO DOWN PAYMENTNew qualified tales reps In this area. Must pens, hat been used at ). old. Great room w/flreplace. Attum. mtg
suitable for mobile QUIET LIVING!! :3 1 IV, located
BR BA.
1320
home, cabin, or $4950 choose from. Send for FREE 1470, 3 BR/2 BA have 1.2 yrs' direct sales exp. Pot. Income hog farm. at Sear-
camping. .
w/flSO dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting ea. BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES Mobile Home $219.97per $40,000 plus, no Investment we S ac:. good terms I Ing St. CB w/approx.. 1700 tq. ft.
and fithlng. Owner ((904)) 236-4579 Route One, Box 84CF Moss Tennessee mo. with 'approved Invest In you. No overnight travel. CallMr. 181 ac. Owner will hold THINK COUNTRY Converted DW on 10 A. fenced
6299649. 10/184tchg 1100Subscribes or 38575. (6152583648.) (fcan) credit. Call Mr. Bradley BeMs at 1405.247-2441. I lame mtg. land: 2.$ A. cle r.d'BII.. 1'BA w/tcrn'd back

for details. ....... '-'" '/..1'/ ac. lots Good porch. Patio and Utll.,rm. 35000.
473-7237 term I zoned trailer. COMPLETELY RENOVATED Coty. brick stucco on
I i Rd. 230A. 3 BR. I BA. .CHAA., Beautifully decorated.

I Walt's Auction Church SECLUDED, CHARMING Only 6 yrt. old. 2-Mory; S .
sieve ,BR, :3'A BA, CHIA, operate office city limit, fishpond
roadway iTARKE RADIATOR I 'Wed. & Fri. Nights Organist on' 1 acre. Have to tee to believe $100,000.
TREE SERVICE at 7:30 P.M. Needed NICE ACREAGE Great prlce-20 plus acres located
Community:: Church on Morgan Rd. 3 wells ep. tank, .m'. barn A
Removal & AUTOMATIC TRANS .One block off Hwy 301 on SR 16 going Keystone Hgt. ..73-4182, toolshed. Can be divided $27.000 ea. or $50.000 all.

Trimming I Ea.t. Across from NAPA.Southern 9 t to.. 2:30: p.m. M-Th 708 W. CALL ST Only, "5.0001 Beautifully ap
Stump Removal pointed 2 BR super living and dining rooms
NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn 2V Ac. Located
Firewood SERVICE VACUUMSALE Robert* Rd. off Rd. 'It. :3 BR, 2 BA CHAA. Carport.

Free Estimate a 'VillasApartments . .
473-4732 I Oj IVININOSLAVIIN '
964-68 1 OUtLAw4.5415 Sill DODO'U.NO*
After 5 P.M. NEW & USEDWe JOHN G'UMl5U.I'11 IftVINO" ClAUK.>'.tM.7,,.
Corner of SR 16 & US 301 TOMMY CHASTAIN fi41l MAMINI SOOTH 413 15+/
Keystone Heights 2 Bedroom Now Available I Finance Our Own NOVIswARO14.1/4. PAY,MUtllNS$.ISO
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961.6305PINE Chimney Fires XSsCal 9S4-7295( or 964-4214 FILTER ELECTROLUX QUEENS, ,

Ar. Among the Top 10 ."".r 1001 Southern Villa Drive SEARS c&cMiniStorage

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Slaughtering LONGCHAMP HOMES I -- Wjiote House 95
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(Appro.5 MI. E..Cecil Field) INC U.S. Ml N......'N, Temple '.4-10611 Carpet ,Dyed l ((9x12))

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3 Bedroom. Brick Veneer Horn ;
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Hogs & CowsDress 1'b' Bath; 'CHI A Carport; Ullllty* Room t ', Good Prices "Not DeKghted. Dprt'f'Pciy'* .
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Rental' Property Available PLATES Aluminum. MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES. Windows I "l WILL' BABYSIT IN MY HOME) Fly doy.a FURNISHED ATC KINOSLIY LAKE COTTAGE -

ZONED COMMERCIAL' Hwy 21, centrally 1W7 DODGE CHARGER $ Garage Measures 24x36"' 25 cents each. Great 'doors, plumbing and elec.' supplies; wee). Call Elaine, 964.8396. 10/4. 4tchg' ) 3 BR. $350 month. 10-month
and
for ,
located. 850 sq. If. $300 per mo OR kepi, excellent condition. Call patching repairs. TELEGRAPH also furniture BARGAIN CENTER I 10/25 lease. No pets, no children. 964.6491.
Call St. !
135 W. 9646305.
9/06 tfn
FOR RESIDENCE 1BR mile LAWN NEED MOWING Shrubs need
1BA living room 473-3193. Itchg 10/18 South of Starke. 3/01 tfn
with flr.plac., kitchen Or.lurnl.hed '1973 CHEV. OPEN ROAD CAMPER A/C USED ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER Good con POUR YEARLING HOLSTEIN BULLS SOcents pruning? Phone 964-41. 16. Itpd 10/18 LOG SPUTTER. For rent by day or hour.
dition. $125. OFFICE SHOP 110 W. Call Call
$250 per mo. Radio. C.... gas stove, Refrldg., per pound. Call 964-8582. 10/11 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Septic 964-6974. 10/4 tin
WHITE SANDS IAKI' 2BR UA screened' $6,000.473.3903' Itpd 10/18 St. 964-5764. ;;2tpd 1018COIIISOLI tank pump-out grease traps, drain MOBILI HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR
GLASS FIREPLACE SCREENED DOOR Antique
porch fireplace, unfurnished $335 W MUSTANG II rebuilt engine, new TURNTABLE AM/FM STEREOi'i line relald. Residential' and commercial. across from Lake Geneva $155 per
p.r brass, fits 38" to 48" width. $50. .
mo. rims, new paint job 1500. 473-3905. Call 964-5667. 10/4. tfn .. 'New diamond needle' Call 964-4409.. Fully licensed. Reasonable, month. Furnished' or unfurnished..
4737560.' Bill.9/27 tfn
EMINOLI RIDGE 4BR 2'1.." screened or 4732656." Itpd 10/18 Itpd 1018WAREHOUSE 9604.8121.10/18 tfn
USED DESK $60.00 THE OFFICE SHOP JERRY ELECTRICALl Now In Starke.Reasonable TRAILER SPACES AVAILABLE As of October -
: porch n.wly painted woodstove.. Ex- """ SALEt Unbeatable prices
110 W. Call
home $400 St. 964-5764. on tools, roof prices. Free estimate i| 1. Under new management
per mo. FOR SALE coating, sporting goods,
IT CHAMPION TRAVEL TRAILER Roof' .
Bradford Motel Call
( ) 964-4713 for 'In
WY 21 LAKI BROOKLYN 3 bedroom 1 etc. Friday 9 til 5. 315 N. Clark St. Itpd 24-hour service 9646897. 10/18..tchO
well Call 964-6020
air kept. $3900. ; formation. 9/37 tfrtWALDOl
both C.B. home 10/18 11/08
$275 AND
p.r month. SHALLOW DEEP WELL PUMPS PViplp.s Itchfl 10/18 ,. SEWING ''make, 3 BR House. Fenced yard. Unfurnished
KEYSTONE CHIHUAHUA MACHINE REPAIR All
HEIGHTS FEMALE
I REALTY. Black and tan, 8
and fittings. Water OLD Cream
Soda Ice
FASHIONED .
softene/s. $180 first last end
and models. Clean, all I $10.00: mob
Realtor 473-441 mos. old. $3,. Call 964-5630. Itchg adust|
16/21 tfnchg Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hg?.., Parlor Sandwich Bar equipment for 10/18 Call 9644362. Itpd 10/18 security 4681509. 10/11 2tpd tale
47300624' tfnchg sale. Not a Business |lust Equipment 1 BR FURNISHED APARTMENT $160 per
PIT BULL PUPS. Three females BALLET II CARPOOL WANTED.
6 weeks
; 4 PT. MOBILI HOME 2 BR, 1 Bath AMWAY orders. PRODUCTS Call to place your Call 964.6020. goon 10/18 old and wormed. 7823046. Itchg |10/18 Thursday, From Stark. to Gainesville month plus $75 security deposit. Also 2
pare Nutrlllte
Vitamins. Need PlANOi Old but Needs workto
extra some BR furnished $200 month
tlolly furnished. Quiet' location COLLII PUPPIES AKC. black' and white Class meets 3:30 to 4:30. Ages 68. Ph. apartment
on. Income? Call' us for details. bring back to perfect condition.Must and
child allowed. $200 month Call and sable and whit. 9644367.. Itchg 964-5078 10/18 2tchg 10/23 plus $73 security deposit Light
per
::: 473-2041. between the hours of 7 4733671.510' ttnchg see to appreciate. $150. HOME ENTER. 10/18 BABYSITTING IN', MY HOMCi Days or hot water furnished. No pet*. Call
a.m. SWAN
w: 10 a.m. Itchg 10/18' CREST MURSERY SR-262'/s\ miles TAINMENT CONCEPTS Bradford' CRISP$50 BILL FREE Exceptional Citizens nights Any age. Call 964-4572 ask for before 9 a.m. or at noon, or after Sp.m.
east of Melrose Border $1 Square, 964-6946. .
!: grass perg..IIon. 964-8071. Itchg 10/18
Jessie
Itpd 10/18
AKEFRONT COTTAGE Agricultural Class of Rollord Ind.
Boat dock Complex
475-1639 8161fnchg'HAMMOND WASHING MACHINE 'In good condition.Call 2 BR .
m fireplace, screened patio n.e.Keystone ,. has a new hlbrid beefttake INNIS t SON ROOFINGi Repairs. Call MOBILE HOME Adult only No Inside
ORGAN With rhythm section J. Miller, 9646305. .
Call 964-7619 964-8614.
pets or
533.2829.10/18 10/23
Heights.. 473.4186Mpd' I 10/18 tomato plant planted( In good organic 2tpd
.
E plus organ muslc$995. Call USED OFFICE CHAIRS $10.00. THE OFFICE Itchg 10/18
NEW 14x72. 2 BR TRAILER With'sunken 473-2210' soil with plenty of fertilizer In 7 gal.plasti. '. RESIDENTIAL MAINTENANCEl Carpentry
:: weekdays or 473-4648 SHOP. 110 W, Call St. 9645764. ;. 'electrical' painting, plumbing 2 BR MOBILE HOME AC 6 Central Heat.
with
All'
both plus 11\bathrooms.. all weekends" for appointment to see, tin 50,000 BTU SPACE HEATERi Slegler. 2 pot droinoge. you haveto furnished
appliance ';0 I Is to keep plant from freezing and roofing; roof coating, fans ft stoves In Partially nice yard, quiet
I Included, washer/dryer AC J. C. PENNEY CO. Get ready for space blowers with thermostats. Good water regularly within the 100 stalled. Mobile home repair our country living. Call 964-563O after 5

.. furnished with exception of couch. Call Christmas. Custom decorating sale. Big condition. Girl 10-speed bike, like days. Bring Mr. Jordan next largest 'specialty 964.8961 after 4 p.m, Itpd p.m. Itchg 10/18
after 3:00, 964-8106 Saturday and Sunday savings, custom drapes, carpet vertical new. Call 9648650. 10/11 2tchg 10/18 and your BILL'S SAW SHOPS MOBILE HOME WITH IXPANDO LIVING
tomato to keep weigh the heaviest Complete sharpening
all day. 9>13 tfn and mini blinds. Call 1.721.2820 NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS. Perfect for painting and largest In,circumference. Get $50 service, circular hand carbide, chain.mow.r ROOM 2 BR. No pets. $22S/mo. $175
I: -- and 10/11-10/25 ask for Joyce McGee 3tchg !, drawing covering furniture, kids bill at the end of 100 days, The potted blade hollow ground and deposit Call after 6, 964-6054, Itchg

t WANTEDIVIIN to color on etc. $3.00 per roll. plant costs $5 now It will be best to balanced leave at Jackson Building'Supply 10/18
ELECTRIC COir CART Good
condition. TELEGRAPH 135 W. Call St. 9646305. ONI BEDROOM TRAILER IN COUNTRY
In Storke
$300. Call 473-4662" Itchg 10/18 ROLLS OP HAY Order your hay for the phone.- .before 8.4.30.. 431-1552.' you come.Itchg OpenMon. 10/18( lake Butler TFNchg, Keystone Heights or Heat and olr. Near Graham. $60 per

COMPANION non-smoker 1973 SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE fairing winter and leave under my barn until GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, week. Completely furnished. Call
i n.ed lady over 50, light housekeeping trunk side saddles, new tires 2 n.eded. Rolls of Alicia $25 at born; etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. 4851371.' 10/11 2tchg 10/18

i and cooking. Private room and board helmets, rain suit tools, books, Argentina Bohla$20 at barn. Hay born PERSONAL SERVICES 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake 1 BR FURNISHED APARTMENT Private
plus small salary.References required. garage kept' 15.000 actual' miles, 7 miles N. 'of Stark on Road 16. Butler, 496-3079.. and parking carpet. Call 964-8265. Itpd
Keystone
473-3196.' Itpd 10/18 BRINLEY 14. Inch plow 3 pt. hitch for Delivery available at extra charge. 10/18
2/26 Hn
{ Sears garden tractor. Call 473-2000. or 782-3727 after 5 or 964 6167. Arthur SEWING MACHINES: REPAIRED All -H&ghls,173-4973.. 2 BR HOUSE Enclosed yard In country
NOTICE 473-3281.' Itpd 10/18 Gasklns.10/18 Hn makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted """*" setting 5 minutes from town. $175 per

f fI .10 INCH RADIAL ARM/ SAW New. $250 PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsibleparty $15. Work guaranteed James FOR RENT ''mo. 964-4144.. 1 tchg10/18
I CLASSifiED ADVERTISING should be submitted firm. Call 473-3412. Itpd 10/18 to take over payments on Spinet Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and. ROOMS FOR RENT

to the Lok. Region Monitor office FIREWOOD OAK SPLIT. $50 a cord, Console Piano. Can be, seen locally. Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. -DayWeek, sMoMhMAGNOLIA .

; In writing and paid In advance you pick up, $10 a cord delivered Write: (Include phone no.) Mr. CHAIN LINK PENCil Installed.Free Mobile. homes and spaces for rent. HOTEL
i unless' credit Is already established 473-4846. or 475-2413. Itchg 10/18 Verbeck, P.O. Box 612 Astor FL estimates. Handy.Man Fence Co. .Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Across from Starke P.O.
1! with this office.MONITOR NYLON SCULPTURED carpet and pads, 32002. 10/18 2tchg 10/25 Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559. 3/29 ...68.2912.9/16 tin KITCHENETTES All utilities fuml.hed.TV. .

STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Med. green 11x12 $125. Indian sand 9 N TRACTOR WITH DISK.$2,000; 8 horse. tin MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi 'One mile Dally .or, weekly. Underwood
; RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Med. 2 pieces, 19x11 and 8x12 $150. rotary tiller, $150: bunk beds (mapl.) MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size from Starke city limits.Clean. Hwy. 16 Motel Highway 301 N. 3Vi miles N. of
: CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER .473-3558. Itchg 10/18 or twin one mattress, $75. 782-3164. Also have quilts for '0''.. Assorted W.'Call 418-1323. 10/07 tin Stark. Itpd 10118UNfURNISHED
r THE TELEPHONE. PONY 7 year old gelding. Experienced Itpd 10/18 sizes and designs. Betty Hildebrand, CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 2 BR APARTMENT

t Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon rider. $150. Call 4737686.' Itchg 10/18 WHITS-WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRICSTOVES 964.8122. 6/21 tfncrigWANTTODRINKT Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call i DUPLEX Available Nov. 1. $235 per
\ prior to Thursday publication. PIANO Hlnze, beoutlM wood, excellent Like new. White with black 468-1323.. 10/07 tfn. mo., $100 security deposit. 120 N. Myrtle
f Minimum charge I Is IS words for$2.75. condition 3 years old. $800. gloss door $323. Call 964-4362.. tpd THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly St. 964894Itchg. 10/18
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. 4733710.. Itpd 10118HOUSES 10/18 WANT TO STOP' rotes Palms Apartments, 3314. N. Temple FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT Perfect
FREEZER $7Si 3-M copier $100: THAT'S OURS Ave. 7/28 tin for retired person able to care for self

PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE Paymaster check writer $100, adding Alcoholics Anonymous9s4.41SO964M94t64.5434. ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTHS and need..a place to'"stay Nice at '
1 machine, $35. Call 7823306. Itchg W/SwImmlng' pool. Mold service, mosphereond close to restaurants and
11 1/2 ASSUMABLE" MORT. Keystone 10/18 ALANON linens included.Restaurant and loungeon downtown. MAGNOLIA HOTEL across
RPENTER WORK Remodeling'work Club Estates 2 BR I 1/2 bath QUARTER'' HORSE Race-bred brood FAMILY GROUP premises, Utilities ,Included. from Starke Post Office
kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. norweglan.brick greatroom. 'laundry mares. Immediate dispersal sole. '.....'2" S3OO/mo.Free parking. Econo Lodge of PRIVACY WITH, 3 ACRES, 3 BR, 2 .BA.CHAA .
Reasonable prices Call 473-4018. after room porch, garage cypress fenced McGinn Ranch 964.5078. 10/18 2tchg I pd thru 8/16 Starke, 964.7600.03 tfn double carport, efficient wood
5:30 p.m. 1/5 rfnchg bock yard walk to golf course. $46,500 If WARD COLOR TV with stand. $150 NEED SOMEONE TO DO THINGS YOU NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4. BR.2 burning stove, Between ,Starke and
ARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations with $11,500 down. 473-2538 eves or and Four 14". brand new tires,.$50. Coll HAVE NO TIME FOR? Refrig.ovens, BA apt. For more Information call lake Stat. Prison. Lease required. First and

Free estimates. T.n years' weekends. 9yi3 tfnchg 4682063.' 10/18 2tpd 10/25 kitchen cabinets, windows, carpet Butler' Apts.. 496-3141. Equal .Opportunity last months rent and security deposit.
experience. Call 473-4217. and ask for NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT 3 BR, 2 BA on COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Slorke cleaning, etc. Keystone, Starke and Houslrta.! 6/7 tfncho, $360 per mo. Call 1.332.0177 evenings

Craig. 5/17 tfnchg wooded lot near golf course. Many ..- Truck Stop south of Starke.. 964-8212. Melroie Call 473-3SO4" 10/4. tfn --. .____. I _
HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repair, tras. By owner 475-2598.' 3tpd .11/24 tin .
mobilehome repair, and fix-up' need*. 10/4-10/18. TRAMPOLINESALE [[ leR
No lob too small. Minor plumbing ON SILVER LAKE Concrete block 2 BR, I EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITYWill

repair 'Cleaning service. Light haul Bath double garage, screened porch you earn $1B.OOO-$25,000 B. more WARD-
ing. Call Jim .73.3671. day or evening. large kitchen area, guard bars this year? International, Co. needs

5/17 tfnchg.CARMICHAEL'S. 50000. Owner will consider financ qualified soles r.ps In this area. Must

PAINTING Interior- ing.Call 282-5803 evenings. have 1.2 direct sales exp. Pot. Income d'..... ..
yrs.
t1' exterior. References. 473/7317" ,Stpd BY OWNERs :-t BR, ,I I\Io\!, BA 1V4\ yrs. old. $40,000 plus, no_'Investment, w. --t: :: : .
9C7rj0/74.,16.,3L: _. SIMO or auo H' $299 'd
.w H9AJfri'cicnH ountyj BeouMfvM aosn Infest ,In-you.. Ne overnight travel..ColMi1. ; ., .

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mildew and homes .
peeling paint front "" '
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d.ck; $48,900." Call 473-7272 or "' fi
driveways, decks, patios and mobile Now Taking iayaways
homes. Call Rick at 473-2452.' 4tchg. 1-259-2138. 9/20 tfnSubscribe For Trampo""ies
9/27-10/18 DIXIE DARLIN''

lDERLY CARE Hour/) dally, weekly.' Todayl PAGEANT October 20,1984 & GoCartsFor for return or whereabouts of

Cook clean; and/or |lust keep com- LAKE REGION MONITOR REGISTER BY PHONE..TODAY I Christmas' ,

pany.schedule References now.upon request Please,settingup phone 473-2210 ((305)212.2675 1 Ollie Boggle.!

AGESi NEWBORN 19 YRS.
473-2289.' 4tchg' 9(71.1018OUSECLIANING .. '.
dependable-homes Girl compete In Beauty Modeling, CURLES CYCLESHwy.

or newly constructed home clean-up. ..... -. ... .. ... Talent and Photogenic for a chanceto
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Hay. references. 473-2289. 4tchg' _......c-_ wins 301 South a green parrot, yellow

10/4-10/23 .A NEW CAR Home Computer
HOUSECLEANINO Responsible and Skin' Shop .Video Cassette. Recorder 964.6020 forehead, red & blue trimmed
reliable. References available. Call The Color TV *Cesh Awards" L

473-2658. evenings. 2tpd 10/18-10/29 we SIN IINAllall State Competition paid entry wings. He was taken from his 1

ET Ml HELP YOU CATCH UP A little, R.aasxmaeoooynaarore Irrrsn DON'T MISS. OUT..JEGISTER NOW)IL ISt. ,

behind on mail typing filing, office _? IW.awYxW '.* Rooms home in Hampton October 8th.

work. I am ,temporarily yours. Keep .. .
this number....73.2289"'4tcha 10/18-11/8 :t'. *To Rent *
'(IRED OP CLEANING YOUR HOUSE L.t Subscribe I l.

us do It for you. Call 475-3355 after. 4. .. ,j". .*Weekly Monthly/ No Questions Asked '
p.m.. Itchg 10/18 .
HANDY-MAN will repair remodel) or *Or 8y the Night/

add on No |lob too small Also roof Janet M.starling. Located by i : '

repair. Call 475-3359' after 4. p.m. Itchg Stark Post Office
10/18 REAIIpR +
PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS Ages 613. R.altor -Reasonable Rates 964.64361Nork'I

475-2633' 2tchg 10/18.10/25 Magnolia Hotel

NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call' JANE S. USHER -2'110.10'c.1 $2,000 per

Chuck Satterwhlte State Farm Insurance .. -5 Aces Pv'd: frntg.. . -I r
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone : .$12,500. .
Year Union Ceunty Realtor '
Heights.' 473.7272.7/19' rfn '"20 Ac. Cov'd In ,
: pines
NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck 496-2126 or 496-2903 -50 Ac. $50,000..STATELY : )ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. Over Channels

Satterwhlte, Stole Farm Insurance, 340 W.Meln St..lake Butter OLDER HOME: ... CARLSONHome

Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Height, 3 BR. 2 BA $43.000. I \ Realtor Sat.lllte Systems, Inc.

"" 3.272.119Ifn REMOTE QUIET SET. Form.rly REALTY tOO
FAULKNER Heights
Real'Estate. Hwy WKeytone
ROFESSIONAl LAWN SERVICE Complete i
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TING:2 BA. 37750. I (904)( 413-2666
lawn core and maintenance .14. Act $1,7511 ac, Freedom of Choice'
Commercial' or ,." .ntlol. Fr.' The. Best Investment .3 BR, 2A.. ..; Country. 1964-506 J'
estimates, .475-2197. evenlnas. 8/02 rfn .$23.500.:

You'll. Ever'Make. ,FEED STORE;$45.000.. 221 lofayerle St.Acrais from, Wishbone'Man '
MISCELLANEOUS .lIQUOR STORE '' ,-Free 30 a,"'.to Si39. p,m, Saturday a.m. -12 noon

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS) Closed FOR SALE .SERVICE AND LOUNGE STATION INVESTMENT PROPERTIES PART TIME OPPORTUNITY: ad a

meetings Monday< 8 p.m. Open; 40.000 *SPACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING; With this 2 BR, 2 BA brick d

meetings Friday 8 p.m Alan n. Mon *HOMES* -3 BR. $25,000:: home on 6.1 acres Irnmokalee Rood outside of. I Keystone looking for 1 1
Sun is
.day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE BRICK HOME en 3 Pov'd frontage. Helehts. 8150000. The Galnwsvlll* now

Building Community ,Chyrch "73-2790' (plus' ) acre In. Leke Butler.. With SUPER loco -. :*:S ACRES with 3 BR,.2 BA brick. Fireplace, pecan trees. an early morning motor,roul carrier In

or 475-2130.. .tfnchg tlen. Ideal far home t office. combination.Fronts (904))782.393, Only 59900. the Starke area. Good monthly supple-

OVERSATtRS ANONYMOUS'" No dues. 2 strode easy eccess for professional ,PO. Drawer M *20 ACRES'wlth nice 2 BR frame home. Reduced to ment In return for just a short time each
fees or weigh Ins. Open m..tlng.Tu.IOY" ,ar commercial' u... Ha potential for Income 301 S. Lawteyasssmma 65000.
Include daily
*, 7:30 p.m. Community Church producing' Investment. Cell me and find out *WE HAVE SEVERAL TRACTS OF LANDi Large and'.moll.. 'day. Responsibilities ,
.Educational' Building Keystone delivery by 6:30: a.m. and monthly col.,
how. Pot CBpointment anytime' to.show JANEI Call for details.
thr 7/26tfnchg 366-Hame on lakefront. '
4732790. pd
PAC Heights.RAT Buy.' Sell' and trade. Used furniture S. USHER. REALTOR,," Breeseway, workshop, *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY; Hwy 301 N. 8 S. lectlonsl Reliable ,transportation and

.appliances*.hognehold{ .items, "JUST TIll RIGHT SIZII* Beautiful country dock, boatw/motor, riding. ,*ASSUME LOAN AND MOVE IN: 2 BR, .I BA. cash bond deposit necessary. For more

collectable, glassware,'I old (ewerly. view from this hilltop farm with 12 ecres. Providence mower, home Is furnished. ASSOCIATES: Information call 9648170.,
tool, etc. 473-2183. tfnehg 7/26 0,... Price Reduced!.,lew Interest- Priced at $35,000. IRENE FAULKNER 964.5142 SUSAN FAULKNER 964.4048LOUYOUNG
SUNDAY BINGO..AMERICAN LEGION feed to qualified. buyerv 964-7525 BOB MATHEWS 9647281ELISt
1368.6-Unit Efficiency
HALL Starting Ocf.7'SM.21. Sundays'2S NEAR RMS -. NEW USTINO..3 bedroom drlckhome Rental., Room JOHNS 533-2783 REXSIFMER413.2120 :

p.m. Public. Invited. 4tchg. end 2 beeVoem: mobile home on 1 ere for Apartment expansion. $73,000. sssa.ttaa -'d' ."w_ ,t

9/27-10/18 .Good,Income-producing property, Don't pass '
Terms. '
.. this up before you see H*: Ac Ranchette.3 BR and Associates' t
1354-1 :, Hale
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YARD SALE ..OIDH BUT GOO II...J-.tory home'M'Loh.Butler. Home. Mint condi r '
t V* BA : .
\ l.cell.tlan..'Over 2.000 se.. ft.:. lion'$.....500.. : Retit'Est.fe. Inc. ,
FRIDAY, AND 'SATURDAY Out.:SR-21,, Partially wi_ carpet end CH*A. Need tenderlove Calt too tee our 4. ,
from. Keystone Height, 1 0 CR-214.Fpllow end cere. Owner willing. te: de minorrepelr bedroom.' 2 both home on Located' Comer of SR-12T ."

signs. Children, .clothes,, end else finance too, qualified. buyer. 21.6 oe. Priced at 63000. & SR-T9 Worthington Sodnrts ..
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l ooat/moter.! car, mini.:: Itehg Shown .y ff49MwMNtf. 0tiy. Terms 11ob1.. End of Season 496-3939 462.3068.
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JR 23* I roprvJHHTtativ( ', has n.w 1995 '
111o tree sod tobacco "' Property en r In Farms '
CsEIteme. Same financing evalfable. .I quality In-ground pooll'. Want 'Specializing ,

.10 ACRISi} Leree pine. trees,WoAkinglon Spr home.*** for. display pro; and Acreage! Building or Mobile Home Lots.,
Ing. er e';Owner will finance et IOXt, ,,Small. ., I y .
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xrcansi.g64 Owner "-IKI.$ River I pool concept Now Renting Mini, Warehouse.. -
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