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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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, 21 Local Property Owners Approve Preliminary City Revitalization Plan ,

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Twenty-one of 35 downtown Starke promised the merchants the plan ween Madison and Jefferson Streets.In and currently Is beginning one in the Fe Community College saying that Talk oflmproving the downtown
roperty owners signed up to will be brought to them for approvalor general, the Downtown Progress San' Marco area of Jacksonville. project will work hand-in-glove with has been doing on for years, Com-
nance a $500,000 revitalization pro- disapproval al a future meeting.The Committee, working 'under the Robinson would not tell the mer- the proposed downtown restorationand missioner Silcox said, but he's never
ct after the project was explained DPC plans to approach the city auspices of the Chamber of Com- chants that business will improve 30, revitalization seen, so many people ,in favor: of a
i a meeting last Thursday, Oct. 18, commission about setting up a tax merce, wants to revitalize the cen- percent because of the revitalization "If you give it a chance this project project as this one.
I the Econo-Lodge motel. ing district by which to raise money tral downtown and give it a period project but said ":::"''U has this will grow on-you night and day," Chairman Miller said the DPC
Only one property owner present to repay the $500,000 loan or bond atmosphere which will( invite shop- potential, said Andrews, telling the merchants. committee wanted a signal from the ,
ted against the proposal. issue. pers."Your. Robinson praised restoration work the success of the SFCC Starke merchants of whether they favoredthe ;
Businessmen sought details and The proposal is to widen downtown has tremendous going onat Mitchell's Drug Store by Center will depend greatly on community proposed' project! or disap-
rm figures of indebtedness, but sidewalks, plant trees and greenery, potential to be a vital growing partof Bobby and Carolyn Autry saying cooperation. proval. .
ere told the plan is just in the early add parking, and attempt to Improve the community said engineer'Jim "That kind of initiative on the part ofa Chairman Miller termed it "grati "In my estimation, if we went
ages and no detailed figures are traffic patterns in a target Robinson of Harland Bar- merchant Is exemplary." fying" to have Starke commissioners through with this project, you would ,
'ailable. John Miller, chairman of area Including'Call Street between tholomew of Jacksonville. The Guy Andrews explained he-. Jimmy Crosby and Vernon see 30 to40 percent Improvement in
e Downtown Progress CommitteePC US-301 and Cherry Street, and on, engineering firm has done vitalize restoration of the old 1902 courthouse Silcox and city attorney Terry rs' '
) ) and who chaired the session, Walnut, and Thompson Streets bet lion projects .all over the country, for a Starke Center of Santa Brown present (See Downtown..P.JA), 'i 1 I

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Without ceremony,, the deed to For Hill, last'week's action marked ,:
Georgia-Pacific's 5,316 acres in the the satisfying''end of a long and
Santa Fe Swamp was hand- sometimes heated battle to prevent
1 1YI 'delivered just before noon Wednes- peat mining in the swamp. The ef
,,4. n day, Oct. 24, to ,,Don Morgan, executive fort began in 1979, two years before
1yi director of ,the Suwannee
: ,Georgia-Pacific bought the dense'swamp
River Water Management District area for more than$2 million
(SRWMD) in Live Oak. and announced plans for mining its ..-.
Thus ended a three-year con- peat deposits to burn as fuel at its -
troversy over mining peat in the endangered Palatka wood products plant. Ef y
southeast Bradford County forts were made In the mid-1970s to
rt .wetland. The deed was deliverdby have the, swamp purchased by the 1
G 4" Danny Martinez, manager of State, but it was given a low priorityand

Georgia-Pacific's Palatka plant; eventually' removed from the ..
Philip Armstrong, senior legal purchase list because, at that time,
counsel from G-P's Atlanta office, it was deemed unfit for developmentand
and other company officials,,who arrived was not considered! rndange ed.
by plane about 11 a.m.,
The water management district's For. the Suwannee River district,
acceptance of the tract closed out a the gift means that it will take title to
'' # 1 i three-year battle to prevent peat one of the most valued tracts of environmentally I
mining in the swamp, led by Harold \ sensitive land in the ,
y Hill, president of the Santa Fe Lake area without having to spend any of
,, tt Dwellers Association, and other environmentalists its $6.5 million share 'of land-
in the area. acquisition money Santa Fe River,
At an earlier meeting in Live Oak which rises near the northern boundary ,,:'
{ ;.last..,week, 'Armsttongtold.theDistrict > .,: of the swampv..waa" recently,..,,,a ""
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position to take charge of the proper The swamp is also'consideredvital
Swamp Deal Signals End to 3 Year Ver Battle.. ... ty. to Big and Little Santa Fe

A handshake signalled the end of a three-year controvery when senior In thanking Georgia-Pacific for Lakes, since it regulates the water
counselfroinlhecorporalion'sAtlantaotfice Auley halreorgla
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-Paclficagreed to give 5,316 acres of the Santa Fe Swamp to the
man of SRWMD's land acquisition committee, and Harold Hill, president
said times of flood, as well as drought,
fciwannee River Water Management District.Smiling their approval are .of the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association the State, Morgan the gift has Hill .
:from left Charles Hood of G-P's Palatka' office; Philip Armstrong, "statewide" and national according! to ,

a significance.John Finlayson, land acquisition The Bradford County omrn'issionplans
committee member from Jefferson to proceed with its scheduled
County, observed "As the cheapest November 5 hearing on a new CSV
Democrats Won Here in 80 But It Was Closef '.
member of the committee, I'd say (conservation district ordinance'.

.. V' t this is the best price we've ever.got- that will prevent mining in selected ,
years ago. on the general- Flynn predicts an 75 percent turnout "Republican, without party restrlcDe11.( .) and F.L., "Chance" Irvine ten." county wetlands with the swamp ,
election day In November, 80 perto vote in the presidential race and tions. (Rep,) Committee chairman. AuleyRowell slated to be the first placed in this '
cent of the registered voters turned and Legislative Dist. 21 contest. In the presidential race a voters Sfln non-partisan balloting, the l, of Shady Grove, commended category. Georgia-Pacific hopes to '.y
out to cast ballots in the presidential Only one local race remains to be' must mark the ballot under the decision is whether to retain five Hill l !for his untiring, five-year ef- have the swamp transaction con-
election. decided between Democrat Wilbur Democratic heading to select Walter judges; two on the Florida Supreme fort to protect the swamp. Hill said sumated before Nov. 5, since after ,
Although Bradford County is Waters and Republican Ben Holtzen-. F. Mondale and Geraldine A. Fer- Court and three on the District Court! that G-P's gift"..sets a precedent', mining is prohibited the value of the ;I,
primarily made up of Democratic dorf for county commission Dist. 5. raro or under a Republican heading of Appeals. They are Supreme Court and shows that good things can hap peat content may possibly affect.tax
voters, the race was close between When registration closed Oct. 6, to vote for Ronald Reagan and Justices Raymond Ehrilch and pen when people get together." credits on the gift. .
Carter and Reagan. the county totals were 7.140 George Bush. Leander J. Shaw,Jr., Court of Ap '
Reagan-Bush got 2,771 votes com Democrats, 723 Republicans and 123 For Legislative State Represen peals Judges are Ralph W. .Nlm-
pared to 3,340 for Carter-Mondale others. In a general election, a voter tative in Dist. 21 the choice is betmons, John Klein Wigginton, and State School Attendance Law Due Test, ":,
Supervisor of Elections Neva can vote for anybody, Democratic or ween incumbent Frank Williams Earle Zehmer. I

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First Pecan Auction Is Set Nov. 8 at Starke ,.'
Four students, ages 8 to 12,.are to truant. .; .;

With a better crop than last year Allen points out, which would be a 47 The sale will begin at I 1, p.m.A buyer'does 4T not make a purchase.Deposits row appear(Friday In juvenile,. Oct. 26)court because at tomor-they Attorney C. Robert Edewaard, ,;",
expected, the first pecan auction of percent increase over last year. market fee of one cent per will be forfeited if a buyer have been kept out of school by their representing the parents, responds '
1984 is set at 1 p.m. Nov. 8 at the pound to both grower and buyer will to clain his purchase. this school that the children are in a "privateschool"
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Starke State Farmer's Market on The Starke pecan auction is the only be charged on all pecans handled In Two year held at their home.
US-301 north. one of its kind in the state. the auction. .Pecans should be bagged In cloth preliminary hearings" by'Circuit t
R.A Green' School Board Terry !
Judge "Buzz Attorney
Market Manager Bobby Allen Auctions will continue each Thurs- Growers checks will be the Mon- .bags, not plastic trash bags. or: paper. have set the stage for the facts con Brown said the,slate. allows; four t:.
says he first expected a bumper crop day after Nov. 8 as long as volume day following the Thursday sale. bags. .cerning a "private school" which alternatives' for,education:''' public' .;>\
of pecans but has revised that warrants, says Allen. All cash buyers, except ones / C'Nuts should be .separated, by enrolls four children of Mr. and Mrs: schools, church schools private' ,',
estimate downward to a good cropas licensed and bonded, must put up a variety. Allen Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. schools or at home tutoring with a ,
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the nuts matured. ,The Georgia The auction rules are: $25 cash deposit which will be :For more information, phone (904) L.J Kite Jr. 'certified teacher. He said the sltua- {" '
Market News forecasts five million Pecans must be weighed in bet- credited to the purchase. The '9646951 or the Brooker' State The Bradford' County School lion which involves these students is J '
pounds _of pecans from Florida ween 8 a.m. and noon. deposit will be refunded in cash the: .i,Farmer's Market at (904) 485-1140.: Board contends that the students are ''not a private school. ',,,t M,.' ;"J!*I 1
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City and County Again Seeking Groats to'Upgrade Housing, Drainage in Disadvantaged Areas r .

Bradford.County and Starke voted area was the major concern. prepared by the Planning Council "would' have a better chance of getting them. : ,;\ ,parts housing opportunities.d\ |, ::
to apply again for grant to Improve i John Newton," of the: NCFRPC last year, two were approved, said funding this year than last. .' .'Elder said she'1 thought the state, Neighborhood: :Commercial Xv .
housing and Improve utility servicesIn staff said Bradford's application Ms. Elder in answer to questions by j'j wton', response was that it handled it the best they could under' Revitalization grants are to provide .',''>. ':'
three needy areas through the ranked 86th last year among 94 applications Commissioner Vernon Silcox. 'wdwd be very difficult to predict not i the. very rushed circumstances. improvements ,to .deteriorating in- '" '' c
North Central Florida RegionalPlanning for that type improvements Overall, Newton said there were knowing what projects will be resub- Silcox pointed out that Starke had frastructure, provision of basic service -
Council (NCFRPC). 'in the state. The city 31 grants funded out of 199 applica-t mMCed. He said many similar pro- received,, HUD block granU four, ''such as roads, water, sewer ", -
The state has about $18 million for, commission was told by Ms. Susan tiona in both Categories: housing ,,jeata had received varying numbersof years: straight beginning In 1978. and drainage facilities construct r:
the Small, Cities Community Elder, principal planner for the renovation ,and neighborhood Mints under the state system and Those grants amounted to $1.3 'facilities 'for. the handicapped.or i ife'
Development Block Grant .am. NCFKPC,+ that Starke ranked 12th revitalization.. .prJHicting the outcome. would be, imp million and were spent to Improve downtown or neighborhood commer- ,,j{: ':;'
',"' The Bradford County Commission last year on its housing grant application Ms. Elder told Starke officials that Ible. ';utilities and housing In the Reno cial redevelopment. ;-i;
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discussed the matter,last Thursday for the Reno area, but only Starke's application for housing '.: '.At the city hearing Commissioner Area. ;I""i
night, Oct. 11. 'I 7 of 25 applications were funded by renovations may' have a better \\V0rnon Silcox asked if the state had, eligible Federal funds are administered(; -1, .
received Information I' the Florida of Community 'Applicants for the. grants by' the Florida Department of Com- ,' ''tmumty .' ::-
., Starke officials Department chance for funding this year. 'gotten "it's ducks in a row" on include cities with! less than ,
on the grant procedures,,Tues Affairs. The area- designated as a target equating the application*.. He said and counties 90,000 Affairs' with \the 1984-B8 allot fr;
day night, Oct..16. i! The city was ranked last among 49 area for housing is located in northeast ,last;year when the coordination of"its 200.000.population 'of under ment lo small cities! expected to be (-f'{;.?
Slarke-applied the grants last applications for Its grant request for Starke bounded by Florida was moved from the federal 118.1 million. .,
year but was turned down on a nous west Starke. City Commissioner Street and Old Lawtey Road, In- .: of Housing'and ,(Urban, Funds are distributed on the basis/ ,' 'will ,i.
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application for an ,Charles Schaefer said Starke was Brownlee to the there of competitive: selection ,
ing Improvement cluding Street Keller. u : states, procew, // ".
; 'total $L0.d'million'' '"to 19 to 91 successful ,
area in Reno and utility improvements .. turned, down on a technicality last ,Pine and Oak streets. ( of confusion. No local matching Wndc.are. re- ?" :;:
and street pairing west year;and asked Ms. Elder to look Into The area being considered for Improvements -: :\ politicians couldn't even tell quired. applicants Neighborhood m/ :"' .
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of US-301 just",north of the cour- \ the situation. Ms. Elder said she to streets, drainage, ho to contact to get Information, !:'The Commercial' a j I::1;,,
money total of,1.8 million will granted to ;'
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thouse. Planning ewer and water connections: Islocated t the applications Silcox said designated areae4wh dre \v r. Ft;
target It to 15 ; '
Bradford failed to receive 'Charles Justice were going to aid applicants ; ;
,. County north of the Bradford County r the problem wa the characterized by the existence of '.
funding for a request last year to improve Tallahassee this week to study grant courthouse bounded by MichiganStreet ? i. I amount of time the state had, physical,economic of fiscal distressor ,Starke e fan!. apply'for'.$67ft.WO'dues 00''';
utilities pave streets and provide applications in an attempt to determine -* and Gerogia Street and,Including ir up for the new respomritoiUty. by concentrations of low 'and to the population of 5.0M by,census )$'l -W
j storm drainage In Lincoln City. why some grants were awarded Goodwin..Manassa. and Utah ;, MIX added that the state coor- moderate Income totals ,
Willie Brown speaking for the task < when other applications seemed streets.; ,* ion" grants seems to be"very 'persons. J;
1\ force set up to study the situation just as deserving.Of Al the county hearing, Chatrrnan.E.yi"'IJJ sear i in comparison tothe > Housing grants,are, approved to Bradford County( can, apply !> i

(."' said: .drainage! .\ .,!In the, Lincoln City' ,. the 19 i grant; ,, application: /*, asked, if pie?, county. ,. ,,al''govertura'rufes? ( ;;handling, ,of, ,I improve,,bousing>conditions: or:ex!' $06e 1 O '. \'J. f.'< :!: .. ; :,:i\"for'

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'STheStarke Recreation Department will have a I Halloween Starke Elementary Carnival';' I
party this Friday October 28 at Pratt.Strect '
Center: from 3:13 p.m. until 4:30: p.m. Saturday, October 27 'I, '" ,
j Boys and girls ages 6-14 are invited to attend. Games As Master' of Ceremonies. Principal Wayne Mcteod of I ..
will be played with prizes awarded and cake and punch' Slarke Elementary School will officially i l! (,peri,the 1984 : ''I'
will he served.Theressa Halloween Carnival on Saturday, October 27Jal i
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Ira special treat. So, come dressed up and join! in the ,
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opening $ '
4t Children the Theressa area will get to trick I or (real. Advance tickets are on sale'for I the chicken,and rice ,,.': I "i' '.,
Tuesday night, October 30. dinner be held In the cafeteria ,\;:w..6p.m.'Youmay) : v'I.,
Because of the church services normally held! on purchasee these at the office of tl-ae school. ;'Q', ) .

Wednesday night (Halloween, the children will get an' Booths thjs year'Include the CUWii Make-Up Booth "' 0', ': .; l. .,.,.. :j'I"I; : ,
early jump on the households in the area. >I" Cake Walk, and much more. So, cHW on out and help' a' .
Starke Elementary School make their Halloween Car ,
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Carnival Booths nival an even bigger hit than last 'ellrl. s \ .
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I Soulhside! Elementary School will host (their Halloween .J'r' : .
Pre Halloween
Carnival Saturday Oct. 1:1. from to 8 p.m. Party Set. ;1\a \
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a. Southside PTA will host the costume contest. Dress'up At Public Library : ; f j .1'. 1
U and win. The contest is al 7 p.m"Make plans-now to at. Girl Scout Caddie Troop 520 will hlis1 9 J'b.falloween I I l I "
tend for a Halloween treat you won't soon forget, party 30frori l to 3 p.m..at the Brad-. I I. I'
Some of the booths to be found at Southside will be the ford Public Library. '' ; i, '. t
Treasure Chest, Go Fishin', Beanbag! Toss Fortune Tell So, dress in>your best cost m** a>id c'm; to the .' : I
ing Dragon Crawl Lollipop Pull Picture Booth (la real Library for games, prizes, and ffefreshmenls: A costume 1 a ,. j ,
favI'riteD.! ) Duck Pond,,Clown Make-Up Booth Country contest ,will also be held .'" '' ;,, 1' i 1 1 { : I. ', ,. i'
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and chicken and rice dinners.
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I Asp'claltreatrorthis year will be the Jam Room, ;: Brooker Halloween' Carnival" ; ( t. l ".-1.1'i:;; : : i

just right for practicing t that break dancing technique. Br mker's Halloween Carnival will be held Saturday, "; "';"'" l I j r ', 1 .j';:'.' ?':+j:,:": ': 1 !':} o'

Oct. 27, at the school'Sponsored by the\ PTA a new at 1"r./Jf: : ( "" 'r"' J", ,.",,: .y.l J. r, 1
traction has been added to this years events: a one-mile i.1, ; { ::'. 1'-; :. .olf"i1
Lawtey PTO Halloween CarnivalSaturday Bulldog Bounce. Ago groups fn,rn 9-90 are encouraged, ; I : "f' :::J i.i :
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,Lawtey Elementary PTO will host the annual! Halloween The run begins promptly at 4)0:! p.m., making' '' a loop! :' S' Halloween Carnival To: Be : '.,"" (. .... ,'', :I? ., ,
Carnival Saturday October 1:1. starting at 5 p.m. through town and returning! to the school.:\ 'i '. .' '4 : ,' "
Smoked or fried mullet dinners will be served for $:{ A Costume Parade will 1 begin Immediately following ?.." "Best Ever" at Hampton Elem. '" ,'.' ,
each. Meals will include fish cole slaw,.hushpuppies, > the (ulIl'un..with a judging to be hell I al the. 'baseball. ,. ; Parents and teachers plans to make' .1'
j baked beans and coffee or tea. field. the Halloween Carnival, slated for Saturday, October 27, ; ;,,''i'I" 11;
The carnival will start with a costume parade at 4:45 .A barbecued chicken dinnerill begin.. at 5 p.m. I\\.the beginning at 3:00 p.m.. at Hampton Elementary!; School. : I!
in the school parking lot Costumes will be judged with school cafeteria. Cost will be $3; for adults $2 for the "best ever". { I. ;-.. oj I Inera.
tickets to the carnival being given as prizes to the win children 12 and under, A'Costume Parade will begin at $ p.m. at City Hall, ', ;
Raffle items this year are a Remington 12 gauge Several 1 booths will be open ,including (the dart throw, with the carnival games, displays'and eats *fo be from' i
4a shotgun two Cabbage Patch dolls and a Lazy-Boy I ring loss, bingo crazy tunnel, bake walk.anything goes 5:30: to 9 p.m. 0 'o'l' ; .1' .
recliner rocker. sweet f shop, country store hay fides, and much more. Volunteers are still needed to participate{ in the' booths 4 fO.
The drawing will be at 8 p.m. Some of the booths this As a closing'for the Halloween' Carnivalthe, raffle for and..games. Come join the fun. ., ..
year will include the Haunted House punkin' Booth a, Browning shotgun Commodv &4 Computer, ; :. '
Dragon Crawl Bingo and other familiar booths. The microwave oven, AM/FM casketK fadin; bicycle -p .-t ,', : : '.,. .. .. i 4
bulldog and an adoption doll will be held. Come : 'J",i ,
Concession stand will offer hot dogs, hamburgers pup puppy 'j .
corn candied apples and Cokes. The Sweet Tooth Booth ,on out and spend a Saturday with| the folks atl the Trick.' Treat Wednesday. 'Oct. .. lff6i'ECy I.. : ,.! .. .. ., :
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will have an array of goodies; for 'those' who< like.cakes, Brooker Elementary' Halloween> Carnival; you're sure" : ;' ; .;
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Experience In Government. ,:, Paid Political Adv.-.- Republican ; .Jets\ 4-2,'Beam 3-3, and Oiler.06.STARKE \:


Vote WATERS A man who pledges' to. be 'a r ,d'I I., .,. ,
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Before you vote, ponder..) ... i, I IoltzemdorfnRuns ,8".Republican: BC Commission Candidate .JII"

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Do you really believe Preset' i Raogp ctesery *ryredifgi/! 'Bopping( I"i" +'Be'ti': Jt', t ldlld,"7fiope'rla"doh:: '' (h'cously' ; .ArribuVtW; ; t : : 1':; :; l: ( J. ,,>. .

the recession"!? It got its real,itart with\! OPEC sericJlrta\ the price of oil out Democrati1.ters to swing over (to .,'1 ISignalures to qualify and he !

of sight during the Carter Administration, The recession started: turning thq Republican Side of Ihe ballot and .Mfdlne signalures'\or'2i: .
cast a vote for hinri in 'the general! 'Re blicans, /
around and the Inflation rate decreased when OPEC fell apart and fail- election lo defeat Wilbur/ Waters for These goals were ruA.

ed to continue to control the price of oil. Mr. Carter was "unlucky" and Bradford County Commission Dist. Hollzendorf: .

Mr. Reagan was "Iuck/' pure and simple! > i 5. County supported fire '
A life-long resident of (the county, mentfcfmprovemenl ':
.I I Holt/.endorf is retired as a chief war of county I
Mr. Reagan promised to reduce the deficit! ,VvKctt happened was rant officer with (he Florida National system.Mure. .

that the deficit has grown under this administration/ ;tcV be the largest In Guard where he served for 30 convenient access to t' i tx ,

history. By reducing the taxes of the rich and upper middle closs' he years. n offices, More by and citizens better(flex lime). coun's J "

shifted the cost of government.lo the deficit and) to reduction of services He still owns and operates a farm, facilities for our youth and enforcement'b
to the poor. and Ito head of cattle. lie also owns citizens : : r'::1
1 '>:' the Westmoreland Trailer Park off l *, 3i' 7l 'r'k r'P

: i West Madison Street; In Starke.. ''Holtzendorf has been married\ l "
President Reagan has been the Social 1 J' ,, 31
sniping at Security! Programand years. He and wife, Harriet, v'i
"giveaways" to the poor, needy, and elderly.! Yet during his ad-. time Hollzendorf county commissioner pledges lo be because,a full four,,,.children; Charles, ":
ministration: one of''the has occurred of Alillplnd) Lynn
largest "giveaways" pillions; his retirement! status allows him. alot lIe, pointed out that'his \
dollars by the government to bail out the Illinois Central Bcjnk. And, of free lime.Holt.endorf. way back in Bradford County I I"I

now, he's taking our tax money and giving It to the rich citrus Industryto for a petition to chose file rather collect than names pay his and father his was once police ( ;
grandfather. the ..
help them survive the canker disease. the '
Aren't the <
Republicans: saying ing $552 fee. Collecting I three percent operate a chicken farm in the
It is OK 1p, balance the budget' on the backs of] the poor -;, but,they of I Ihpwi'UlMfv*. Rmvihlirnfw I in' .w." ,!

declare that billions to the Illinois Central Bank was not"give away". ,


;Mr. Reagan talks a good line about\ peace but,waited four years to ,Downtown.' ,. Planning,nr 1., ,. '". ,/

even try to sit down at the conference table with the Russians. l .j Yitu're "
!) ttrampogoIA| ) ) -'t 8" clole? now, keep lalk' merchants Next meeting of Downtown' "
",; business within three years After {IJ.IJe", don t gel Discouraged," J.E. There is no such things as a free Progress Committee is set' Friday; ;/ "
The Republican. Party that gave us Richard Nixon, Spira Agnew, completion, plus the S(<'CC project," lomlinsjin, president of the Florida lunch, it will cost Chairman Miller Oct. 26, at 4:30:: p.m. at the Chamber : '. 'j Ifj
James Watt, and Ann Burford and others how ask us to give them four 'Miller, co-owner 'of the Bradford (National: Bank of Starke told (he said. of Commerce office. > .,;',;
County Telegraph, Inc., (old Ihe
more years of Ronald, Reagon and George Bush who were somewhat businessmen. lie asked 'Ihe "

lucky,. mismanaged the economy! and are heading us toward war. businessmen lo "...consider ..in NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ,
vesting! in your JWClI>CI'ly.to ,.'!
Most questions came from, Merrill ,
The Democrats, with Mr. Mondale and Mrs. Ferraro offer, a candidacy Williams, owner of,Ihe local Slate' {

honest enough to say,, along with the best business minds, that wanted Farm Insurance Agency; who I 'T
soon taxes'on'somebody must go upl! Mr. Mondale and Mrs. Ferraro to know exactly what Ihe "
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do'not believe our secret police' i.e. the CIA, should be involved in the themselves businessmen to would do. Miller be committing explained ;' r

violent overthrow of Latin American: governments. Mr. Mondale and I the proposal I is lo increase properly J: < CDBG PROJECT v'V ;'*> ;
; (taxes within the proposed (lax I I ; ,
Mrs. Ferraro believe in, reality In the management of government not '
district ''
to Ihe loan
In'"voodoo economics". They are not cute comment speakers! In the over 30 years.repay' $500,000 "j ,J :. .I" J J

debates Mr. Reagon almost never gave a straight answer to Mr. Man- "I'd like lo see it done but...it .;the,. purpose of this i Notice of Public Hearing and Statement' of' Proposed 1:7:: :'.. :
dale's hard'questions.. Do you want that kind of person as president' of looks like it's going locust us a pretty ,
(tn< do it," Williams said Community Developrnent Block Grant CDBG is
the United States? Although penny ; : ( ) Project to: :,,:: '), :
figures are not, final '
Miller said Ihe. project will nit) cost "I-1"! lW' .1 ,: :
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Anc| to those who have brought religion into the campaign considerthis over 500000. and less. For instance, money for add- ? >..1)) Notify 'citizens; that the Bradford County Board of County CbmmiSr
question: ll Jesus Christ came: back in the flesh today, would he be (tonal t' '
parking could be lefloul.
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: sioners wilf hold.the second of
two public hearings to address the
for candidates of the party of the rich and the military. Or would Sheets With estimales of Ihe costs j

Christ/ be for the candidacy .of the party,that cares about the;poor I the to each property owner were handed ;"? Count/s participation in the Fiscal Year 1984 Florida Small Cities' s" :, :

needy, the lower middle class, as well.as those well-to-do who stand owned out. Costs, and are range based from on front a few! footage hun- ,4" ;, CDBG, Program, and to \ .,01 ;;, ,\:, ,'
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for the high principles necessary,for governing! all)the people? dred :dollars per year to several ':rl i 'f I'' ; \

PP PCH. ADV. PO far by o Sopcorn o*the MondnMrmm! Com I thousand for larger properties. : '2)) Publish a statement of the proposed CDBG project application C so,:ck7.'.:::7: ,i ':.'M' ,: "f

-I i- -..iifected citizens can examine and: comment on its'contentS.' v4', '; the Easterly rightofwayof Wife ." .
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SR. 225; run th.nc.
f I NoticesIN I North'' 200 feet to the NOTICE OF ACTION '

Legal Southern line of aforesaid right-of-way graded TO: DONALD,. L KEYS, Notice is hereby given! that: i .*. ', ", ,, : ," "".".

road; run th.nc. West. JR. Husband...Residence I '\ ,
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,In the along right-of-way said line Southern 435.6 !Unknown.: *, ":'fl) The County plans to apply for $650,000 in CDBG funds to finance;' 'i its : '
CIRCUIT
THE my possession
COURT OF THE following described personal feet Beginning to the Point of NOTIFIED YOU ARE that orv HEREBY action proposed Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG.project. : '
EIGHTH JUDICIAL prop.rty to-wit:
for dissolution of mart;
CIRCUIT.BRADFORD IN COUNTY AND FOR SY89A830962.1975 Lincoln 2 Dr.. I.D. 8)) A port of the NE'/c rlage and other relief '2)) The CDBG activities to be undertaken are street paving, drainage improvements ', ,;It

of the NW/4 of Section has been filed against ., ,
1971 Ford Pickup. I.D. '
FLORIDA and land "
PROBATE DIVISION No F10GNK21273. 14. Township 6' South you In the above-styt.d acquisition. .
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Range. East Bradford Court and or. r. 4 "
As the of th. you
CASE NO. 84-91-CP((1-3581)). 'abov.l'+property gad defendant County Florida, being quired Jo,'.";.,4 S9pypf; ,, .I. ..'. "'SJfJhe.estimated, ,am4untsoffundsto; .be,-yseo tpJoenefiHow, '.and, ...... .t" 'r i,' ,\\t., "j
'. I**j"i.iN'; >4'i i ...JM. ,r, ., i '"d tho on'u.sday the more; particularly your written d-.)fensesjlfTOMLINSON. ..... _, t'h' :.,..!.' t; d.'jtf '''''''t :r",1'-'r.-; 4'I. ., ;;... !:\it.. >I!{ .. \t;; .r, so'',
.. R. The E ._..... 3th: Sv' IM ", vwn described a* follows: -.ony, .to. i' on JAM : ,_ I ), ID-iJ-: }t; 'DJ'
.. ? .yw fjlJ ELLArM'A'l\oIlllER',): !' >Mt o.'.).... ,., "'11'ICOTTLE. ; 9U. AG._ 0?clkk! on ....,crltenc.'ot>',.ofh: 'sR' I.... .!> ESQUlRiK*' _<11'1'! '- e(9rp.1 e5" '' t-* --'. ....'
Deceased 'sold day on the premises Corner of Said NE'/ ofNW4) 'Post Office Drawer 40. ] ; cent ( %i'j) of theCOBG; funds reque ttY. : + f "
of- the Bradford I run thence $ ,
County Starke, Florida 32091:
NOTICE Jail Yard I .will off.r for 89 South 41'40"'boundary W along of laid the and file the original with 4.) The County's' plpn) to minimize the displacement of persons as a
sale and .11 the
to
OF ADMINISTRATIONThe the CI.rkof the abovestyled '' '
; highest bldd.r for cash NE'/4 'of NW/4, I2S7.93 Court on or result'of planned CDBG activities is to develop a CDBG project which
'In hand, obov. ,feet. to the Easterly'
1 the estate administration of ELLA MAE of described property the of right 225 -of-way run 'thence line of SR.N Otherwise before November, a )judgement J984 will not cause the displacement of persons. The County'5 proposed \
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ed.MILLER Case COTTLE No. ,84-91-CP deeea.J .- ''the aid aforesaid defendant Execution to satisfy 00"32'30" W, along said shall b. entered againstyou : Fiscal Year1984' CDBG, project will not displace any persons. ", -' !
J relief ,
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for
right-of-way line; 320 r
\Is E. Reddish
((1-3581)), pending In, Dolph
the Circuit' Court for Bradford County Sheriff, Flo' feet Beginning, to the' continue Point 'of N quested WITNESS In the'my Petition.hand and 5)) .if for any reason persons;> are displaced as a result of. DB"f Jnded '

Florida Bradford probate County Divi. -" 10/1Utcl\g. \ 11/08- .!', 00 run32'30"thence West. 460 North f..t: 3rd seal 1 day of said of October Court on 1984.the1 actfvijies,! the County will provide assistance .to displaced persons ,as! r" ', .

which slon. I.the Bradford address County of IN THE CIRCUIT COURtOF 89 41'40" East 435.6 ,GILBERT Si BROWN 'required under 24 CFR 42: U.S. Department of Housing and\' Urban '
feet thence South
Post BRADFORD COUNTY ; run Clerk Circuit Court'' "" -" .
Offlc.
Courthou.
; 0032'30" East 460 feet; :Development's'regulations. that implement the Uniform ,,Relocation"Assistance :
Drawer B. Stark., /'Ca. No,79. 89 thence South By! Marian McRae ,
Florida 32091. Th. run D.putv'Cl.rk and Real Policies Act of 1970.. :" "
89041'40" West. 433.6feet ,, Property Acquisitions f.
10/04 10/25 .
names and addresses of RUBY CREWS a* guar ,4jchg '
;to the Point of ".
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'''dlan of the of
the personal and the representative personal 'JIMMY RAY MCCLELLAN prop.rty Beginning.All lying. and being ITEM't' 6)) TheCounty's second public hearing'on its Fiscal ,Year 1984 CDBG project ',

torney representatlve'i or. set forth,a$. 'an ..Incompetent"; 'Petltloner ,> situate, Florida Bradford; and. County ,* "',ADVERTISEMENT" FORBIDS' will beheld on Thursday, November 1 ;' ,1984; at 730:;; prnIn, the :. ". .' '.

blow vs 2. A SOX undlvld.dow".r.hlp County Commission'Meeting' Room located .in the Bradford County ,
All Interested persons WAYNE E. REEVES) et ol., Interest In"and Separate .ealed.BID$ r
file with Respondent. for the construction of
or. required to ,
to the following Courthouse. '
laura Church',Road will r '
WITHIN THREE'
this '
court.
,.MONTHS,OF, ,HE .FIRST '',NOTICE OF i described mobile homes: be received by Bradford ., I ,
PUBLICATION Of THIS SHERIFF'S SALE "<| I No. a$1; 1963 1332.Titanl State, .D.of ,County Commission 'at 7)) All. interested persons needing additional information or ,wishing ,to ,
the office of the clerk aStarke .
claim
against NOTICE rth.eslote((1));, All and; 'NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida N 6651839 Certificate of .Title until 2 p.m. submit comments on the proposed CDBG project prior'to the public
1 ((2)) any'oble tloIJ by on GIVEN that I. Dolph E, mobile Daylight Savings' Time, ."
Interested ,person 'to Reddish. Sheriff of Brad- bi 1973 ENGF November 5. 1984, and hearing may'contact ,LM.. Gaines" Planning and Zoning Director: at ,
1.0. No., 12550.
,homes
whom that ,challenges-notice was mailed ''ford'-County under and. by,virtue Florida of a Stat. of of Florida Till. Certificate No. then opened at said office and publicly read' ', 'the Bradford County Courthouse, P.O. Drawer B, Starke' FL .32091 'or .'

validity of the will the Writ of Execution qloud. 21Z 'j
11109501; telephone' (904),9646280'ext.)
qualifications of the pe"'lonal'r.pr.l.ntallv. heretofore Issued out of The CONTRACT, ( / .M
NEWMO, I.D.
c.:1969 DOCUMENTS;Consisting
the ''abov.' *.ntltl.d
venueor jurisdiction ofthe ;-, CourtIn the above. No. 332 Certificate 97. Stat.of' TlJ fFlorid" of Advertisement forBids 8)) The'purpose oft this' second. public hearing )js to obtain i the views and '
Information for Bld4den. f
have levied
Court. styl.dcaus.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS upon the following property tl. No dJ 3614418:;; Bid Bid! Bond.,. input t.of. citizens' on ?he County's final .Fiscal.; Year(1984: ,, CDBG application ;. ,. "
1967 Taylo. 1.0. .
NOT SO FILED situate, lying and Agr..m.nl,
Generoi,
of Florida' subniisionto'.the Florida l Community -
'WILL BE FOREVER BAR being In Bradford Coun..< No. 467FStat.' Conditions, Supplemental prior to..its Department :
RED.. ty Florida to-wit: ,' C.rtlflcat.; of Title No. Generoi Conditions; Affairs. -1
Publication ,of' this ,,1. A SOX undivided 2390052. Payment Band. Perfor ,
Notice has begun on 23 .ownership Interest. 'In as. the property of the ."anc"Bond.Drawings. < ,' .,
aBove-named; ; D.f.", ., '
October 1984. and to certainreal property Specifications '

., Attorney for_ P.rsonatR.pr..entotive ;..,; follows:described' os ,29th dent, :-day'and: ,of that October, on the, examined, and Addenda at maybe the1' A u .rioy/Stateme""f.orthe. proposed. ,Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG project. ,application ,r,!' ,;,j

',TOMLINSON A BROWN A) Commence at theSE 1984. Monday, ot 2:00o'clock following location is as follows' ,
t 'I on said dayon I ,; { ../\
P.A.; Post Office Drawer Corner of the NEV4 of P.M. Owners Bradford County "
: 40; Stork., 'Flo" 32091tT.I.phon.:904964.8272) the NW'/4, Section lip the premises, of the Courthouse C|.rk's Of' 'I '. '
: Township 6 South Rang. Bradford County Sheriff flee, ,Storks. Florida:
" ',.Personal' Representative 21 East and run thence$ Office. I will offer, for t Engineers' HJ.; Kelley The County's\ CDBG project is a neighborhood. and commercial revjtalizatipn i ;,
. :, SHIRLEY MOORE. 89'4t4o" W, along th.. sale 'and, sell to, the P.E., 4131 NW '13th 4 fYear
, '950 .(Southgale Drlv.,',. 'Sour, boundary, ot said bidder fo,'cash, ,Street,i ,..Suite'224i' project:, the County will undertake public'facility improverrtents'in.tfte;; _Fiscal. ,

I, 'I';Star/e,,)JO/252tchg Flo. 32091 11/01, ,fee NE/to,of the NW'/Easterly, 1257.95 rlght-t highest|In described hand. property,the above-,a.' Gainesville.. Copies of FL the 32609.CONTRACT "., 1984 target area which i is, located just south of the City Limits of Starke; ,

11'1. 1 I "'A : of-way line of S.R 225; 'the property of the soldDefendant be obtained DOCUMENTS at the office may i The,project"area'js generally,,bounded"on the: pprth by SiE.; : Oth, Avenue,: onx !
'"' run thence N 00"32'30"W said '
lJ'" .;' d'I"'II '"1-; '.''onll said,right-of-way' Execution.to satisfy of the Engineer' located, the:>6uth by.S:Ei;.18th Avenue, on the West by S.E. 9th Street.and on the east ",.' 's -
NICE. / : feet to Point of at 4131 NW 13th Street "
line,510 REDDISH
( .;', : Beginning 1 ,DOLPH E. Sheriff ,Suite 224,' Gainesville, generally by County? Road 1 100A. Public facility improvements will .I include ;
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! $.. ERI" : Beginning From) said continue Point of N Bradford 10/04 County 4tchg 10/29,Fla ,Florida'of 32609$20.00,' upon for each poyment street paving, ;drainage improvements? and land,ac yisitiort. 'r' e.t: total, proectcos't -, : : ;

*'1'N otkr Is hereby given QCPSrW. a distance: set; > and half .; t, .
, I I. that I. Dolph E, Reddish,* of 60 '...,'whlch IsM CIRCUIT'COURT ; No.refund wilt ''b*, is estimated at$650"CXX approximately: ninety-qne.and one. .
THE
J; >,,I 01 Co4ntyr'(.herlff.of'-Florldaj; Bradford under 'l 1 :'width graded of rood the:/ run existing thence''' '. IN OF THE; ,mode DOCUMENTS.This for the.CONTRACT; percent, ((91.5%) 'or; 594,750 of the: project[ cost will benefit: bw-! and .

and.by virtue of Writ of .Easterly along the Nor- EIGHTNJUOICIALCIRCUIT protect consist" of moderate-income. ..
IN AND FOR persons.Citiffns'oreencouragedtoattend !
., ; constructing 'opproxrImately .
I Cxeylt0.)towitBx.Wtionttsu.d;> 'them rflghfiof-way' of '. ;
,',? ,, out told graded rood,'<433.6 BRADFORD COUNTY 6.200 lineal het'of ,'. '
of County' Court of Bradford feet,,run thence Non!)" FLORIDA asphoaltle concrete !
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County Florida pur 200 feet; run thence East CIVIl ACTION ,toad with,6 Inch llmerockbase : this: ;publichearing. and"express, their! views' t. ,., ; ., ''

Ifl.uan'V>", .n'' w for*!" IWMCOi'FlrMit Judge INSURANCE 'to Branch',h.;.run Centerline'thence South of a ,' CASE'NO. 84-231-CA' 'cleared?on and a rough pr""tou"ry gro Jed .'. ,concerning: the County's FY 1984 CDBG application*; Aidditibnai: ,! project t inform::. ,. '),

.COMPANY ofJacksonville olcmj; the said Cent.rttn./ ,". ,JN KEr'TheMorrioae of,. roodbed..i'I..rnat. ,*-? '., > '
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f psSfsThe The orange groves came and went, but In its new location, with Us expanded
the First Presbyterian Church, organized facilities membership in the church was
December 15, 1884, survived the "Big Increased from 12Q at the time of the move ',
Freeze" and other setbacks over the to a wfisent total. of 11'1'
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years. This Sunday October 28, the church .
will celebrate Its 100th Anniversary since a The 1886 structure Is truly a historicaland
small band of 23 men and women gatheredin architectural gem. Those who enter
a "borrowed" church near the old the sanctuary are treading on welt-worn
Seaboard depot to sign the "petition of boards cut from the virgin yellow pine that
declaration" for a Presbyterian congrega. abounded in this part of Florida a centuryago.
.."... tion Starke.. L1_ The handsome tung-and-groove pine .
ceiling, with the rich patina that comes only -,
The new church was largely due to lheefforts' .
with handcrafted by skilled.-
age'was .
of a small group of families of
tisans of the
I means who came to Starke in the early past.
1880s. seeking a warmer climate and hop Centering the vaulted ceiling'is the
jog at the same time, to further their fortunes original antique chandelier. Intricately
\ in Florida's thriving orange in fabricated of tin and originally suspended
I \ dustry. Several of these families mainly by a rope through an iron hook In the ceiling .
from "the Keystone State", bought proper so the "lamplighter" could lower it to
act .-- ty and built fine homes on what is now light the kerosene lamp suspended from
North Cherry Street but in those days was the center.

.. called Pennsylvania Avenue;; Other notable features include the

" -' .- Among those newcomers were Mr. and original copper bell in the shingle-covered
Mrs. Jacob M. Truby, Miss Angeline steeple, and wooden pews given to the
I church as it appeared on Cherry Street location Weller, and the George W. Livingston, church in 1954 by the First Presbyterian
e who in September 1886 donated property Church of Gainesville. The original pulpit!
on Pennsylvania Avenue, for '''the first Dr. Cecil Thompson still in use. contains an assortment 'of

CI EDITORIALS le church. building. several fine woods, and the handsome
J ., stained-glass windows are still I In place.

,. t ..' Work began immediately,and before the years, from 1884 to 1890. There was no official Centennial ProgramThe
end of the year, the church built In the so- manse at that time, and he resided In
The Reagan Record called "Carpenter Gothic" style, was com a house about two miles south of town, Centennial Day message'will be
pleted' Using the finest long-leaf yellow near what is now State Highway 100, delivered by Dr. Cecil Thompson of'
woodwork Jackson Miss, a distinguished theologian
pine lumber, the interior was all
On Social SecurityCan done by hand and its quality workmanshipis During his pastorate Rev. Mattice saw whose,first sermon was preached In the
still obvious, today. the congregation grow from the original 23 Starke Presbyterian Church in the early192os.
members to a total membership of 65 in Dr: Thompson was a student at the
The next 20 years involved much difficulty 1890. Mr. Mattice also assisted in the University of Florida at the time and
a man who has been ideologically elimination) of benefits for college
for the struggling church includingI
establishment of a Presbyterian Church at since then is credited with more than half a'
opposed to the Social Security systemfor students, for widowed mothers when the I he freezes of 1895 and 1899 which put an Lawtey where a progressive group, century of religious service In church
20 years or more suddenly make a youngest child reaches' instead of 18, end to any hopes that citrus could be grown known as "the Chicago Colony",had arriv- pastorates, evangelistic and foreign missionary
ISO-degree switch on the subject and the $122 monthly minimum benefit and, commercially in this area. The'few re- ed In the 1880s and developeda thriving fields, and 21 years on the facultyof
still be sincere? in many cases, the $255 ,lump-sum death maining trees left by the cold were cut town from what had once'been only a saw Columbia Theological Seminary.Also .
down abandoned and
or many discouraged mill settlement. This church however, no
It is a question that every American payments. growers left the area to go further south longer exists and was probably a victim of participating in the Centennial service -
or return to their former homes in' the will be the present Interim pastor Dr.
five the Freeze".
should answer for himself or herself These cuts totaled $24 billion over north. "Big William Kadel of Lake City, and former-

before election day, November 6. years, but Congress later restored $6 Wednesday, July 12, 1978 was a pastors, Dr. Jack Hand representing the'*
billion by keeping the three millipn peo- The financial disaster resulting from the memorable day for the church when the Presbytery Rev. Charles Allen, Rev.William .
Since 1964 almost since his departurefrom freezes left this entire north central of
area
the minimum historic structure was mounted on a huge McAliley, and Rev. Cliff,McLeod
movies and entry into politics, ple already drawing Florida"' struggling' for existance. Church "cradle" and moved to its present site on who recently left the Starke church for a
Ronald Reagan has been the focus of Benefit on the rolls. 1 membership] dwindled during this period, East Call Street, across from Bradford pastorate in North Carolina. A welcome to

doubts about his philosophy and future According to the AP report, "Reaganset 'but''the'church carried on with a succession Hospital. A new manse was constructednear the service will be extended by Guy'An-, I
for the Social commission that of interim supply ministers, some of the church on Bessent Road, and drews chairman of the Centennial. Com
plans system. bipartisan
Security up a whom were foreign. missionaries, home on other new buildings, including a combined mittee. '
The current skepticism of Social Security defused the Social Security issue for a furlough. educational and fellowship hall, and a I
recipients concerning Mr. Reagan's while, but it exploded anew in May 1982 combined nursery and kindergarten were After the morning service, a family dinner I'
will be held in the Fellowship
attitudes is nothing new and is well- when he embraced a Senate Republican The first pastor called by the church was added to the church site, at a cost of over followed by an open house for members Hall

founded. budget plan that called for $40 billion in he I Rev. R.B. Mattice who served six $200,000; and-visitors at 3:30: ;

Back in Depression Days of 1930, unspecified Social Security savingsover .", -- ,
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three years. That plan quickly
when President Roosevelt's "NewDeal"
died, but the issue raged through the fall Commodity .
policies were bringing the U.S. ,
Letters to the Editor 1 i
out of the pits of economic gloom that elections, fanned in part by a -
fund-raising letter that ask- Distribution" .11
Republican
had the nation on the verge of disaster,

Social Security legislation was opposed ed voters whether "Social Security Reader; Asks Change in Policy; For Half-Time Shows, t

by certain segments of, our society should be voluntary, thus raising an .. Next Week

largely those in the higher income old issue promulgated by Reagan- : 'be
Surplus commodities- J
brackets who had "made their's" and Goldwater in 1964. : As a proud parent, of'a member of our PerhapS' if more parents spoke'up1 this distributed Oct. 29, 30, 31, Nov 1 and

had no fears of insecurity in their later The National Commission came up high'school band, I feel the need to speak policy would be changed.that during My own the thought changtuig 2, including 'cheese, butter corn I'

t years. For others, less fortunate,,, there .vvvith ,a. solution..in,-1983. that?included* t."out.curtenUy.i,againsCa discourteous i'' -,'.a ""Itf policy that Is would, of the be to bands suggest portion flM he haIHlme, ",,,. .jneaLClotuvand, honey.., a,,,., "?,?.-. ,,
t was no' 'alternative to -a' Life! of\j delaying cost-oMiving increaseS1orsix'lfilontfiathkdgIi&ItOfbenetit ? :'I ''' se.tJ:: .. -lQ.fr"' 'show wilWfee dedlcated'AOjr'f' Jhef rim_ Distribution times, and. places will ,w '
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; 'Ihev ;; for-! ,
.wiIIDI"hello"
; eabera l!
. 'tt, epolident' "QhdlVWW: ,''.Ut: :ttl:1.t.h: : ; : fpttdokft; =..ZchVeui' .''ea ers e fi and"mem{ ,1o'hheer 'cheerlt's, e91Gf$. "M .. "" 'MfaY; Oct: 2;$;:L w1: I,

poor house"Mr. retirees, and raising the retirement age and ur /bur players on, to let them know lion Center (Middleburg Road), 10
to 66 by the year 2009, and 67 by 2027. Asa west himself is to blame for
Reagan, result Social Security's old-age from/1' he sidelines is the most important show at Clay County High School, I offended Tuesday Oct 30,,'Brooker City ...
most of these doubts and misgivings !thing we can f do: for our players. our own cheerleaders by asking the Hall 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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about his ultimate Social disability funds are now said to be on a squad to "take a break1' after '.
Security goals, Clay County Tuesday, Oct. 30, Hampton! City
However, during the half time show it is
in spite of his suddenly pledged pre sound footing far intq the 21st Century. the policy to have our cheerleaders doing, they said"hello" to us visitors, ('n order to Hall 10 a.m to 3:30 p.m.

election support of the concept.A Mr. Reagan is running on his record, cheers while the opposing school's band is hear our band perform. Wednesday Oct. 31, Speedvllie, !
and his record to preelection'timefcwas : performing on the field, and vice versa. I In speaking with one of Clay County's.girls 9:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. ,
recent Associated Press analysis up this display of inConsideration appalling afterwards, she assured me that no Thursday. Nov. 1, RJE School(fat'disabledanduver6ol,30:30a.ni.to4 ,
find
points out that Mr. Reagan broachedthe not one to reassure SS recipients. ]' :, one was offended by my request. Iin stan :; ,
present or future. He now promises no box in requesting that our
idea of of ding on my soap
a "voluntary"
system further' tampering with those receiving (Jur band members majorettes, flag girls display this same courtesy loathe p.m.Friday, Nov, 2,, RJE Schoolregular f
Social Security,during a 1964 campaign 6r in the girlS, as well as our cheerleaders practice bands performing at Bradford ( distribution), 9 a.I11.lo 1:30 ;
visiting .
speech for Senator Goldwater that Social Security payments, now their routines for hours and hours. I feel did for us. ,
helped catapult Reagan from actor to future. But prior to his election in 1980 each group is entitled to "show ,off", but High as the Clay County girls p.m.AII clients must bring USDA:Commodity -

politician. He also, according to the he promised: a balanced budget in 1983.. notat the expense" of the other school. A Concerned Band Parent Card and identification. '

record spoke about letting Americansopt The early Reagan like many' of his i fi", .' receive All recipients commodities.must be recertified,, ""

out of Social Security in 1975 and wealthy friends, saw Social Security as Courthouse Staff Commended for Aidrovi'ded before receiving commodities. All '\
again in 1981, a few weeks after becom- an expensive and' unnecessary :f. families must be recertified on'the '

ing President 'Voluntary" Social nuisance. His record over' the past ,,20 : ; Social Security Workers \ new Household ,Application, and "
Security would mean involuntary deathto indicates he still had an* anti-SS' have USDA Commodity Card !to be \
years f-.?" ,,1 shown, each month with idenlifica
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the system, of course. mindset up to election time. ? \ (Editor's not: The following letter Was 'Last, I would like to comment on Iun. 1

"And repeatedly," the AP analysis Let "Reagan be Reagan" (if he addressed to G.S. .(Gib) Brown Clerk of. something I noticed on my first trip in 1974

continues, "even after his bi-partisan must), but let Social Security, be' Social. the Telegraph.Circuit Court Because, with of its a copy general sent Interestto to The usual to the'"courthouse court house.;odors"There )jn was the none restrooms of the FORESTRYIN :

commission hammered out a rescue Security. the citizens of Bradford County, we are or,elsewhere. I have been in' many cour '
plan for Social Security in April 1983. } J" pleased to use it in our letters column.! ) thouses in Florida and other states and BRADFORD COUNTY ?
Reagan and his top aides fanned I" have never been In one that compares to
Result in Fines Dear Gib I By David W.,Norton
speculation that they might'seek a major Signs May : the maintenance consistently performedin ;

i restructuring of the system." Just ,\ ( As you know I am retiring this month' the Bradford County Courthouse.

what cuts such "restructuring" would ', from the Social Security Administration. I Don R!;Gardner Shade Tree, Problems ,
October 2, would like to thank you and all. the peoplein
A new Florida Statute effective prohibits Field Represenla ive. I
Of all the that injure the
revealed.
entail was not from being placed the Bradford County Courthouse for the problems can
outdoor advertising signs
needed for shade tree, probablynone':Is more common -
The President told a Texas TV stationin on the right-of-way of any. Male h.lgh'4'ay.In. ,help titlement in furnishing to;Social records Security benefits en-I Reader Says Pleasure than soil compaction or burying the

July that there was a probability"that terstate, or federal-aid primary! highway. doubt that many residents (and former To Visit' WPXE roots under. a thick.layer of fill dirt. "..

many people, young people now Any sign violating this statute may be rt'lIIovei\! residents) in the county realize the service Advice on this,' .avoid' the ti problem

paying in, will never be able to receiveas by the DOT Florida Department of Transportation that is provided through courthouse I wish to write this to let the people of because this )s much easier. than. curing, .
from the lime .of -
) within ten working day for these
This is records. We receive requests any of them.
much
as they're paying. Bradford and surrounding
citation: and the sign owner may be assessed a 173 records from all over the United States due Starke County
simply not the case, according to the fine, plus sign removal cosUi to the people in the area during WW areas know of Ben and Ruth Dickinson; the Soil compaction Is the packing'of dirt in
Social Security Administration.A II. Every many'employee or* elected official new owners of WPXE, and Radio-, Shack.It the vicinity of the root system of the tree;
DOT previously authorized by statute t.. 'This can occur during constructioil'of: a
was
has. been
spokesman that even young rightofway throughout\ the courthouse has been a' long, long time since I had or by heavy Iraf flounder the.trees.
says remove signs Illegally placed on state knowledgeable, friendly' and desirous of, Now it is homer
single workers who retire at 67 after but there wan no time limit for removal no an occasion to go in WPXE a later Any compaction of the soil( .reduces
Legislature serving the people pleasure to go', as Ben, Ruth and staff do ..the within the soil for the air and
: I9K4 spaces
removal :
and charge.The
fine,
the maximum tax can expect to no '
paying Bradford County judge's office'probably ; their best ,to make you feel at home and
strengthened the law and established cent The water,that the, tree.must, have for good
than they paid in with in- with good service.,I know. u -
recoup more measure has the on I alphabetized/ marriage provide you growth. -
terest. The .system also provides recovery records In Florida, These records save a. '
disability and survivors' insurance and After DOT Inspectors lag'a sign stating it Is Illegally lot of time searching. These are used not 'Iease go br-and meet these fine people ,One of the most.common types of tree
I am will feel I damage is the result of
and their sure you as grading the ground
erected on stale right-of-wsy.'lhe owner only for: proof of marriage but also to help "
"you can't get a package like that. relocate the did at home and, at ease ,,. during construction the house. Dirt may
to remove
ha ten working days or establish age.Their assistance with
anywhere else ,he continued. probate be scraped away from the tree roots but
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sign. If the'slgn Is not removed by owner within and child custody l la very;helpful'The Keep up the'good work and goo,1'will,, the more common: practice .Is to pile dirt
Within four months after taking of- that time the department will remove It without ..., 'WPXE. Thanks for' ,making us' feel I II over the roots.'Piling dirt above The 'nor.
I further notice and cost of removal will be assessed! Supervisor of Elections office prosvides ; welcome in .business. '
fice Mr. Reagan asked Congress for your mal' grade has a suffocating effect
records.. on
in addition to the $75 fine. 1 proof of,age, from' voter j Bob Shannon
Trees
don't die
social security cuts i totaling $88 million trees. 'very rapidlyfrom
They also help people with Social, Security Rt.l. Box 828! Starke this, but it slowly': tile i tree; and
over five years including a 31 percent The new statute would apply to political signs. pamphlets ton the. days we! are not, in. places: } it under. 'stress that leaves it
reduction in early retirement benefits as well an commercial, and religious (church) Starke. fiifcf, .< to insects ,
'
'. Blandlng vulnerable i and diseaseAnd
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starting in 1982'and 1ten percent cut in signs.tin, older .statute,.Chap KMU42.1.: applies, Since our'.ir vOlvement In the SSI program Serviceman the homeowner l who once law a fine
all initial benefits by 1986. These proposed specifically to political signs, Haying they must beremoved the Tax'Assessors' and Tax Collec Asks for tree when the house was pur.hased finds
changes' would have' reduced overall from road right-of-way within 30 days tor's offices are of great, help with landownership HelpTo that the tree begins dying back from the

benefits 7.5 percent over five years, and after the election or after the candidate .1"I and values.We all the good people! .of Starke, Fla.j ends of the branches becomes mtssnmen..'

22.3 percent over 75 years. > eliminated or withdraws from the'race:; Thin do appreciate UJeCountyCommls81 ;, 'I served in the Army at Camp Blandlng' unattractive and eventually may have to'
statute doe not provide for penalties, but Illegally ners allowing us to use their meeting In myyoung days. I am now old,physically be removed Large older trees seem'naore
Congress$:denied the big cuts in retirement placed political signs would shag! come under the room to see our claimants. This.Is a vast disabled.and unable to work My wife is .'susceptible! to wl,compaction problems
J and disability benefits, but did new statute which provide, for a $75.fine pluscosts improvement over",space we have used in 'sick in bed. We need help and I believe the. than younger ones. "i -, .I,,

allow Reagan requests for cuts, .(or If removed by DOT. the past.y?' ? Lord., 'will.bless the ones who, help us. It you alreadymva the problem of soil

'jW .. .. <>> jfr' '*! ;.. 'We pray the Lord that the good people! ,compaction. you can aerate tM sell ands:
will help utr iU> even a letter''wfll help.'.We fertilize the. tree,; ', ''.' "

: : = > 1l::; : --' need. money,,to,pay doctors .and hospital Finally, of 'course.avoid: further .oein
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}I.M, I : sue Ann McAAulien and Lavern Outlaw, Jr. f\\arrySept.\? 1


i Sept.10" I I ceremony, in the sanctuary Saturday Beymer morning candles rangements of white ribbons and brother, Tommy Outlaw. He(' was.\ Both mothers were presented witha ,
United with all greenery of ferns companied his wife at the long stem
Methodist Church, Winter by ,Diane: red rose from their r
Haven! Miss Sue Ann and plants and English ivy on the altar piano. Other special music was Iy children after the ceremony was
daughter of Mr and Mrs McMullen garlands of English ivy and Diane Farrell, who also sang a solo completed.Don .
.M Mullen of Winter Haven became Ralph' chancel large white rails. The bows draping the and was accompanied by Charlotte! Ashley of Punta Gorda servedas
the bride of Lavern windows and the Durrance at the piano. best man Groomsmen were Or-
Outlaw! Harrison pews were marked with all white The bride, given hI rin Webb of Punta Harold
Jr., son of Mr. and marriage by Gorda and
'j Mrs ribbons and with
'; Lavern Harrison Outlaw Sr. of green fern English her father, wore her mother's wed Price of Ft. Meyers.
Starke. The Ivy.Wedding ding dress which was formal gownof
I ,,., Rev. Eugene F.
\ \ '''' officiated at the li:& morning se"ilhe Mrs. Ann Tiner music>was provided by candlelight antique satin. A Queen A reception was held at the
She
1 organist. ac- Anne neckline formed
f vice an elongated Woman's Club on Lake Howard
i ,', companied Mrs. Joe Wilson who fitted bodice. The skirt formed ,a Mrs. '
beauty of the Michael McMullen was in .:
church "The ;
sanc sang Lord's
d uary was Prayer" Special flowing cathedral train. With this charge of the bride's book. Also ..
enhanced '
by ar music was a solo by the groom's she wore a ( 'bto4
large off.
hat in
picture assisting in
Mrs
hospitalities was
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white with roses and a veil of silk il Karen Wick of Winter Haven. it
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1 PLEASE ELECT lusion. She carried a bouquet of Out-of..town guests were Dr. and
'" white masterpiece roses freesia and Mrs Tom Outlaw from Orlando Mr.
English Ivy entwined with antique 'and Mrs. Tommy Outlaw of Starke
cream colored ribbons < Mrs. Michael Jobe from Ft. Worth, : i
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: S Patricia Ann McMullen was maid Texas, Mrs. Ruth Sheets and Mrs.
of hopor for her sister. Bridesmaidswere Jim Rosenburgh of Indianapolis,
: 11 E Kathleen Harter of Winter Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Orville a t tr
1 Park and Carol Nelson of Palm Har McMullen of Cincinnati. ,WliLW
O ltd R bor.They all wore fedora styled hats Following a wedding trip to the
of off-white felt with trimmings West Coast the couple reside in the
" V blue iris and ribbons. Accentuating Punta Gorda area where Mr.Outlaw
', E the royal blue,tea length gownS' of manages the Hall Ranches. Mrs.
taffeta were bouquets of blue.Jrls Outlaw will be teaching school in the
j with\ fern and English Ivy. '" same area.

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JLT Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma finger foods. A Halloween theme
society met on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at prevailed. Other fresh flower arrangements -
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were placed on tables. "
1 'I, Starke with 30 members present.' Hostesses were Mona Canova, Iva
I Lonita McGill gave a inspirational Jean Harrell, Ernestine Register k
j J E challenge to the Minnie Lou Patray Elaine Wood,
\ members to' be builders of lives for, Sue Winkler and Linda Tougaw.A .
E : the future. I. Christmas outing is planned for
P Mona Canova and Marjorie Thom-, December 8 with the next regular
son led the group in a songfest and, meeting scheduled for January 15 at
E played two lively piano duets. the Lake Butler Middle School.
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Following a brief business
o o meeting, Brenda Whitehead chairr
man,, of the Research Committee, Halloween PartyAt
P presented the program, "Getting to Public LibraryThe
L Know You". Members were en-
couraged to become better acquainted Bradford County Public
E by playing a series'of Library and Cadette Troop 520 will Mrs.Lavern Outlaw,Jr.
''Name Those Members" bingo sponsor a Halloween party for
games. Prizes were awarded to the children preschool to fifth grade,Oc
winners. The Research Committee tober 30,, from 4 to 5 p.m. at the
also conducted a survey of Alpha Nu Library.
members to be used in a local l Come dressed in your scariest The Social Side\
BEN HOLtZENDORF biographical history of the costume.Prizes will be awarded for ,
I ...,.7/ Chapter and to be sent to the State best costumes and refreshments will,
Research Committee. be served.
f : .Offers Marilyn Vellenga conducted'a Join your friends at the library loran Gladys Mooty Of The '
White Elephant Auction for the hour of safe Halloween fun. ,
NEW IDEAS EFFICIENT AND World Fellowship Fund. This Is used ,

; ECONOMICAL GOVERNMENT to grant fellowships to women Did You Know..,....,... Society Editor,
educators throughout the world. A
: County Commissioner. Republician total of $100 was raised in the auction Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mrs.'Guy m 9647608SSSl News !
Sale attended a reception for Miss
November 6', 'DPOlADV A lovely refreshment table ,held Jean Mundy' in Orlando Monday
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Reminder \ ,. (Bobby and Alma) celebrated their were Thelma Prevatt grandmother
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Tomlinson, daughter Brand 1
,; Hospital Will X-Ray / mediate family attending.Following Maria !
Tuesday, Oct. 30 the honored Tomlinson, Scott Tomlinsdn, JuslIu ,.
Victory Baptist Chapel in Hampton is sweeping the dinner
Halloween Candy, Fruits will hold a Fall Festival on Nov. America and a new book says It is couple opened their gifts cut their Sikes, Meagan Sikes and Charity
the Starke Woman's Club will sponsora 3, starting at 4:30 p.m. with a giving us more than entertainment. two-tiered cake and enjoyed Norman grandchildren. ,'
t It you are leary or question luncheon and card party on Tues parade. Author Moody Adams who the homemade Ice cream.PERFECT.
candy and fruits your younguns day, Oct. 30, beginning at 10 a.m. in There will be plenty of games and Miami Herald labeled America's
receive while trick or treating the clubhouse. food for everyone.The "frontline evangelist" will be at d
Wednesday night, 10/31 take it to Luncheon at 12 noon will be public is invited to attend a Northside Baptist Church Nov. 8, at
: the Bradford Hospital where Terry shrimp salad or chicken salad and night of fun and fellowship. Adults 7 p.m. to speak on"Michael Jackson
; Frech will photograph and X-ray the accompaniments. The Halloween and children, all ages are invited. Mania".
items for safety between the hours motif will be carried out. $3 each. The Chapel] is located. on Pine This engaging speaker is expectedto
6:30: and 8:30 p.m. The program is The public Is invited to come and Street in Hampton. draw a large crowd.Come out and c
: I under the Starke Woman's Club. play cards in the morning ahd afternoon ',, join in the fun.,
1 or just come for lunch. Call "' '.
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Presbyterians Celebrating100th Program on Dwight Lewis BarberTo FOR THE FALL SEASON!!

Anniversary Susan Faulkner, Nov. 6 at First Baptist. Wed Oct. 27

t I First Presbyterian Church will Randall ReddishTo The Baptist Young i i i'Women's Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bright Jr. S25CVA 2.3 cu. engine'
) celebrate its 100th anniversary on Wed Oct. 27 group of the First Baptist Church announce the approaching marriageof
1 Sunday, Oct. 28, with special Starke, is inviting the public loan in. their daughter, Deborah Bright solid state Ignition,
\ speakers at the 11 a.m. service The wedding of Susan Faulknerand formative meeting on the subject of Haile, to Dwight Lewis Barber, son manual & automatic chain)
followed by a covered dish dinner at Randall Reddish will take place abortion on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 7 of Marie Elizabeth Allen all of
12:30 p.m. Saturday Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Law ley. oiling systemCountervlbeTM
In the afternoon, there will be a
United Methodist Church witha church.
I' First The wedding will take place Satur- feature for smooth .
Open House reception from 3:30: to reception following in the Starke Diane Thompson director of day Oct. 27, at 4 p.m, in
4:30: p.m. Woman's Club. Crisis Pregnancy Center in Philadelphia/ Baptist Church, operation
The public is cordially invited to All friends and relatives are in- Gainesville, wilj be the speaker., Lawtev.All friends and relatives are AND ,
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attend all three functions..Hampton
: vited to attend. invited to attend.
The bride-to-be graduated from Collins

I Strickland Tudy O'Neal Wed Oct. 6 in Oklahoma' Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Log
Judy '
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Judy Kathleen Strickland and The bride is the daughter of Mr. Following the ceremony'a recep- Correctional Institution.The SplittingKit
L.N. (Tudy) O'Neal exchanged wed and Mrs. Bill Brouse of Lawtey. The tion was held at the home of R.H. groom-elect graduated from
Miami Dade Junior College and is
ding vows in a double ring ceremony groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs: Siler. great grandfather, of the Western
presently employed
Saturday Oct. 6, in Seminole, Okla. Ronald Bradbury of Seminole Okla. groom. b Steer Steakhouse in Starke.by ,. This winter save money on heating by cutting your own wood
Rev, Calvin O'Neal of Missionary and Larry O'Neal of Starke and the After a short trip the couple will 2516'" and a free Collins
Baptist Church in Seminole of- grandson of Opal and Ernest Allen of reside at Rt. 1, Box 2.13. Seminole with the dependable Poulan Super
ficiated at the ceremony. Starke. Okla. 74868. Axe-Eye Splitting Maul kit(complete with 8#maul, 5#wedge and

safety goggles).
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cookout and Halloween The Hunter of Keystone Heights Mike
West Palm Beach, last week to the party. "
Dolores Meng colorful mountains of North yard was decorated with orange Debbie and Michael Meng of Supplies limited! For Saw Alonel with free axe klt., "
phone 468-1915 Carolina and South Carolina. candlelight black spiders and a Palatka.
They spent from Monday Thurs skeleton in the graveyard.The Available at these dealersFlorida i
Congratulations...
children won prizes for their
day with Louise's sister Mrs. Ruby
Heather Michelle Jones Miller, in Greer, S.C. They went up unique jack-o-lanterns. They also Pest Control Starke Power Equipment '1
Tracy and Florence Jones of about 6800 feet to the top of Mt. Mitchell enjoyed the orange pinata and, the Hampton Elementary 639 E. Call St., Starke 322 S. Walnut l,
Hampton proudly announce the arrival The autumn colors and spooky hayride. School News 964-5745 964-8568'
of their baby daughter, weather were lavely.Prellalloween Among those attending were ,
Heather Michelle, born Oct. 18 in Beverly, Jeffrey, Mark-and Travis Carnival Sat.Night 382,13ge.
Distributed by Thlflpw DIMtibutors,Inc.,Be*884 Tlflon QA 31794 Call((918)) Although vary drawhu i
Alachua General Hospital, Party.. Wanner of Orlando,Carlton Rhonda The Student raffle drawing for baan prmloullynoliftod ol HIM 0''''.""", Individual daalan may not p.dlclpet.llon.pu..4. doaa not, )
Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scoggins and Aaron Meng .of Keystone J three different radios will take place aee another lleled orcan((812)388-1386) la_nourc ofd/.r.l4equ.rMtle..d.quM./ ooO al aavinnad pnc.ECKERp I i,

j! and measured 20 inches! entertained Saturday night: with a Heights: Carolyn Adam, and Renee Friday, Oct. 26 at 9 a.m. --...---- -......--...........-- ,--.,..- r
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs
Naomi Adkins of Waldo. Paterna
grandmother is Mrs. Sue Brannen o::'
Bedford Lake.
Heather joins her sister, Valerie
Mossier and two brothers Tin
Jones and Mark Jones.

Bryan Clark Graduates... .

Mr. and Mrs Connie Clark 01
Hampton Lake announces the
graduation of their son, Bryan from
Marine boot camp on Oct. 18
Ceremonies took place at Parris
Island. S.C.Bryan .
is enjoying visiting arid
of'.. good home cooking for two weeks
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i LEGAL NOTICE Susan Faulkner Hor lored, at Parties
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i riage to Randall Reddish will be an Lucille Spry, and Julie Griffis,
event of Oct. 27, was honored at a tea Silver trays: and compote".* held
Notice is hereby given that the 1984 certified on Sunday, Oct. 21, given by kef finger fa*)*. mt.' bad '-Imts.: At
aunts, Mrs. Robert Faulkner, Mrs. either end of the table'wt're three
Tax Rolls Woodrow Thomas, Mrs. Edgar branch candelabras with white
have the
been delivered by Property t' Faulkner and Miss Mary Faulknerat tapers.
the home of Mrs. Paul Faulkneron Approximately 100 guests called
Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax Rolls t Raiford Road. between the hours 2:30and440p; ,m.
I .r. The aunts took turns in standing in
the receiving line with the Miss Susan Faulkner was honoredat
along
are for collection for all Real Estate bI"
open C 'I honoree, her mother, Mrs. Paul a lingerie shower on Oct. 17,given
: Faulkner and mother of the prospec- by Miss Eoline Green, Miss Julie
I Tangible and, Railroad taxes for Bradford tl "' ; tive groom,Mrs.Johnny Tomlinson. Griffis and Mrs. David Alvarez at
All wore white pompom corsages. the home of the latter on Colley
County SJRD Starke and Pamela1 Register Road. '. t I'
Lawtey, Hampton ;: James Millard Seasonal flower arrangements Approximately ,1$ guests enjoyed ,
highlighted points of interest in the games and refreshments', Miss
! Brooker as of Nov. 1st in the office of the Tax Pamela, Register, party rooms for the occasion. The, Faulkner received a book of mar-
James MillardTo tea table was covered with ,a Ar riage ,advice in which,each guest
: Collector Bradford County Courthouse my/Navy cloth and centered with an contributed their advice for a
Wed Dec. 1 arrangement of blue and white perfect marriage. She received
::1 asters and greenery. In front of the many lovely lingerie items during
Starke, Fl. Telephone 964-6280, Office Hours : Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Register, arrangement was a silver tea ser- the Sr. of Lake City, announce the

j 8:00: to 5:00: Monday thru Friday except, legal Pamela engagement Mechele of, to their James daughter Michael "Transforming Pray'r : ,:'.'

Millard,son of Mrs. Ruth Millard of Program GivenAt
I holidays. .. '" ,L/ ,'. .... ; ? Lake, City ANNOUNCING' Women Meeting
1 1 The
wedding will take place Dec i9 '

i ( 1 Church I, at 7 Lake City.in Southside Baptist. '., ',.",:" > Women of St. Mark's met ,in" the
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i The bride-elect graduated from Parish House Wednesday, Oct.: 17,
If taxes paid:. CSHS and attended LCCC and Is Jamie Leigh Mosloy with president Mrs.\Herbert Thomas
/ .. presently employed; at AAA Septic conducting the business meeting.
Mrs. Flossie Prescott the
Tank Co.'The gave
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mosley of
: groom-to-be graduated from Starke announce)J'the birth of a devotional and worship'program

, m November. ." .";:. ... /"':\.';:" :....">, .i'|,I."",:.' >:;',."I.I. I. .. ,4% Discount' Airport attended High college School in Pensacola,Columbia,and,S.C.Is, 'in daughter Alachua;Jamie,General Leigh Hospital, born Oct.She 13 continuing season.Communications"Her with subject. the'''was Pentecost|, 'God's

1; ; ': ; ." presently employed at AAA Septic joins a brother, Mark Motley! Jr., Thomas
December-1.1./I Discount Mrs. presented 'a
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; age iVt. ,
w a ,",:.i..tJ.; :. ; : t. ; '::'.". The bride-elect's grandmother,. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Powerful'on and"Tranforminc Practical'' taken Prayer from is

I January : / .. '; '. . 2% Discount Mrs. Maybelle Dobbs of Raiford and Mrs. Kenneth Etherldge. Paternal -
,, ., w .>{ wishes to join in inviting friends and grandparents are Mr,'and Mrs. Bishop material of by Albany Allen;The W: meeting Brown, Ret.wail

J February': \ ; '. . . .,r: .:." ,1% Discount! '' relatives to attend. ,Lloyd Mosley, all of Starke; ',b.,' concluded"Love Beyond with Compare a prayer!'. poem. ,


J 1 ,. March .. .." ., ,. . '. .. .. I.' .. . No Discount Did you know ':
Mrs. Lenore Foster of Barnard, Mr. and Mrs Harold Jensen of
April . ,. . ..,. . . . Penalty Vt. is spending the winter months at Bailey Island,Maine, and Mr. and Barbara Jones Trlest recently
I her home on Kingsley!! Lake, Mrs. Charles Trujillo and J two passed the Certified Public Accoun-
Esther Hall children of Bernalillo, N.W.,' are tants Exam. A 1976 graduate of
Mr. and Mrs.Lavern Outlaw, Jr. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Ai Keystone High School,*i Barbara
of Punta Gorda,Mr.and Mrs.Larry K. Carlisle. received her BSBA degree from the
; Tax Collector Evans and Dr. and Mrs.Jim Outlawof University of Central Florida with a.
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f Orlando and, Glen Outlaw of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Payne and major in accounting. At present she '
! : Bradford Count I Melbourne were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.Tom Casey were vacationing is employed at the University 'of
Mr.and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and at- Thursday to Sunday in Florida in the Division of Budget and
... .*nrt 'd the UF Helen, Ga. Analysis,as an Accountant III.:
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I Mr.and Mrs. Bob White and fancily -
,'I > of Orlando spent the weekend with
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Beverly Blackshear spent Monday
to Saturday at Wayncavtlle, N.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson
50 % toured Georgia over the weekend to
TO see the fall coloring ,

Mrs. Gladys Williams and Mrs.
Ann Godwin visited Mr./and.Mrs.
f Charles McQuaig in' Waycross: on

Sunday. .
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.. ; Or and Mrs. Greg Reddish of
Orlando spent' the weekend with
1 Dolph Reddish and family and at-
tended the UK homecoming game.

Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips spent
last week with friends in Crawford-
sville, Fla., Birmingham, Ala.' and
Callaway Gardens, Ga,

The charity for abused, children
Duplicate Bridge Club results on
Oct. 16 were: firstEvelyn Griffin
3 l u 'V I and Ida Shaw; second-Cecelia Ter-
willegar and Lillian Daniel third -

LJ 1 Y II ) Whitsel Dorothy; fourth Cawley- Rhea and Johnson Margie and

Frankie Senser. ', t ,...

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Z D CS reru day, visitor of Mr and Mrs.,Ben
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,spent Saturday in Palatka visiting
her brother, Bill Halle'' and Mrs.
Haile. ,-
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Mr.and Mrs.David-Byers and son
of Jacksonville visited Mr.and Mrs.
B.J. Eggers on Sunday. >:
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8" PLASTIC PUMPKIN ..59 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS WARING SPEED BLENOORHT" __ 11:. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and son.
THBRMOS FOAM BOTTLE SIDE OT' Scott, of Jacksonville, were Sunday

BAIL HANDLE I-OUMRMWLI..M 2.. TMK 5N* AC/DC PORTABLE Miller.guests 'of Mr. and* .1 Mrs i ;' 'George,, *.}'
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FAMOUS BRAND ROD RIOT -3S" 0fJF WLAOCAWHn* l i. jMrs.

=T BUTTEft CUPS MOLDED ICE CHEST ft PICNIC JUGS..30%' PF TELEVHMONT :'Houston McClane spent last
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4_ COftHM LOUNGER...SLM._ 8. .GPX AM/FM COMPACT.STEREO. IMOT 139.99. i ;
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CHAR-BROIL.DELUXE DUAL'BURNtR DORCHESTER AM/FM .' \ Music :

'BRACK'S CANDY CORN 34 SNACK-SUI rnxn. .1.49 GAS GRILL im MW......- /MflaaCHARBROIL ''hCORPLYR.sturaoo MMOO....ss.a _..a.., H." Club Holds. .' ...-
DUAL-RURNIR ORlU. GALAXY I9OG- Busmes LuncheonThe.Riverland :
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BUTTERSCOTCH BROCK STARLIGHT DlSlS1K MINTS,.SOURBALL5.? MT 97* ,.......'. ...L. ." KEYSTONE 1080 DISC CAMERA 19.99TUMI. Thursday. Oct. 1U in the home of
SUN-MAID RAISINS .SNMX-SMI i iO'GRAOYS sons : HOUSEHOLD ITEMS- "" '
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Virginia. Crews for: a,business, luncheon. -
POTATO CHIPS TS 4rr sew s,limit! .2- CMBRR or FAR -, CMitIM..1IfNUTI '

WRMRIY'S CHEWING SUM 1 s*M.- ,, 99. LAUNORY DRTERGBNT' ....UmltaWCMO '" .. ,...CMIIht nee Reports were given of the Suwan-
District Florida Federation of
,'TOOTSIC. ROLLS is....SNMX-MM. ,. ,1 ALL R1O-A'BUG PROPUCfS -........ :.. 25i, TAMS' Music Clubs,which met at the Rebel
; PAL::BUBBLE GUM Tot mm' '1 AIIMOR ALL CLHANBR feet .-.4: I tit,_. .,.r. House Restaurant in 'AlaChua on
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Oct. 4. The meeting was hosted! by
,. 9WlTARTSmoai.S SPRAY LUBBfCAMT MLBURO ......:-_ .WIf Riverland Music Club and the topic
BABY RUTH .SfH CANDY BARS 10*.,. COUNTERTOP.,AIR KIT ". ._,..... was"Make Music the Pulse of Life."

... A cookbook; "Country Cooking.1compiled
': ,'published', In by December club members of IMS and has!

.1 LIMITED : !.iF .m. :! sold..considered.out and a second edition'' .! is v"being

OUMTmIS.F 4 1r VA I : pcb; A voice semester scholarship. } Ut being' .given.
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'WNtt. .sUPPLilS. ........c1 ,.Li....... ,Shopping .c..t.-.r. .Bradford" High Friends o?, Chorus.
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LAST, I. i113.1IVetlat.fIl.e: *1.l/wrNo.. .. .. .: on the piano, with Mte..Whtary
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.'"..U\'ulluot Saturday Oct. ZOo al St.Mark's Episcopal Church in Slnrke. yf 3
Hurry Green of Slurke was the lucky winner of u h..uuUlulllllln| made by l*>ree Callnmlngll.
:Many talented crafts people from all over north Florida showed their wares. This year many local
crafts people set up booths on the front lawn of the church grounds. ,J.itir '
Winners of primes awarded were: ''j.V, ..
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First placeBarbara Itonlz. cross stitch. SecondGail Carnal painting. ThirdFrancisMoored.. ? ,- + A H S uS S
primitive painting. Honorable mention-Joy Faulkner, painting. S *Ps
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First place Harry Smith, contemporary basket. Second- Joy Norman baby dull. Third,Cindy MrJ ( ji- .
CuHough,crochet. Honorable mention- Ray and Jean Cochran wooden toys. 1"' .... .1"" S ., j _

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Chamber of Commerce \ 5, _
Get Acquainted MixerS Y. '

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Rainbow Travel Agency, Presenting An Exclusive Offer On Beautiful,
recently purchased by Wharton-
Williams Inc. of Jacksonville will
t host the first"mixer", in a series of Ascot Fine Porcelain China
Chamber of Commerce gatherings
designed to let members become *

and better the acquainted businesses with one supporting another 3-PIECE PLACE SETTING ,

chamber activities.
The "mixer" will be held at 5:30
this afternoon (Thursday) in the
Starke Woman's Club. Chamber I
members prospective members II II I I
and all persons interested in knowing .
more about the travel business ,.
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are invited to attend. I II
Door prizes will include a fourdayand
three-night cruise for two offered i, .
by. the recently reorganized 'I
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agency. "I '. .
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Homecoming Set (40 Bonus Certificates) ,I

At Beulah Baptist Church Start your 3-Piece Set Includes: f9 Dinner Plate Cup Saucer !

Homecoming at Beulah Baptist newcollection
PRICES & COUPONS I
Church will be held Sunday Oct.28. EFFECTIVE .
THUFS.,OCT.25 THRU WED.OCT. J
The church will be observing their today/Build' (
134th Homecoming. @. SY; complete I GROCER !_
Sunday school will be at 9:45 a.m.
for
with morning services at 11 a.m. eight, .
Former pastor Lester Taggart will or more, with (A

be the guest speaker. Dinner on the Wia our plan! ;' .
grounds will be at 1 p.m. i' i "
Singing will be held in the afternoon Juice
featuring the Weeks Family .' 1 If Jrl<
beginning at 2 p.m. Everyone is ': :
welcome to attend. Herbert Mullaly, P C64OZ .,

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108th AnniversaryOf ';
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Hope BaptistSet ". ] King' . MEINX2:39
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for SundayHope I"u7r! JH.i.., S j" I OR HERB "*" ,

Baptist Church at Theressawas :: ;-\*:. \i3. Stuffing : wz' .69
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organized on Jan. IS, 1876 in a F s --.l &--J"*A.'H
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meeting called by E1der''-L.W.> --"' Pen Dog Food*.. 4c58s.1..00"" *;:?
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'Kickifterand'Stlaa/ ''Weet.t.'(wi!'lJ/'O'Ii'* '"' .'III. ,..(-'M1 ., : eooinrioO' ,
minent figures in the religious life of ." ;
this area many years ago. Chili . . .59 '
The organization meeting was ? ..-
held in a log house located on land Rice . . 2iooz1.OO
belonging to Mr. and Mrs. John
Phillips of Theressa. Rev. Kickliter HICKORY SMOKED SLICED '
served as the first pastor and con- flaarketALYNstyle Bacon OVER ml .29 < .
tinued to fill this pulpit at intervalsover HOT' OR MILD .,,!

Moore a the period first clerk of 32 served years.in J.H.this Dinner Sausage ..1.. .. :1.79 .

office for 32 years until his death. TYSONS FRVMQ \
The annual homecoming obser- Chicken Livers . 3 PKB.1.OOOLD ,ITAUAN OR 1000 ISLAND ; i
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vance will be held Sunday Oct. 28, TOWNS PURE PORK ,7"

marking the congregation's 108th Roll Sausage . .. . iu.99 Rib .. ;:,i
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anniversary. start with
READY TO COOK BREADEU MEAT' .. I
Sunday School at 10 a.m., followedby .1.1< Brand PattIes 1.19 7 g.. \
the 11 o'clock sermon deliveredby .. a.oz :
evangelist Stanley Frye who is SMOKED B11- I
conducting revival services each Pork Neck Bones. ... .'. .ta.79 .''I
night this week at 7:30. -
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JX BRAND THW CUT .
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Special music will be featured ':a? "
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and a basket lunch will be served Sandwich Steaks 1.99 H Greens. . ,sol ...394\'
following morning worship. Special JX BRAND PURE BEEF DURQERS : flwi'v:; *! .'fi\'

awards will be presented to the Cubo Steaks . PKa4.99 Ce ITY Beef Stew 1..: :
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oldest member in age; the oldest CELLO WRAPPED ,' ''* ,; 'D':

church member; in and number the of member years with who the Turbot (Fish FIllets, . .u.1.69 Drinks .PACK', .69. >. .

travels the farthest attend the ,. .. :,.. \ ,
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homecoming.A 95"I Oa. '" ,:'''{""" ,,g"; ,
gospel sing featuring the Naz- USDA Pretzels . ;': rag .99:< ,; i
worth Family the Sounds of Hope Bone orPorterhouse ,' n/' JU' "
lOP CHOICE '! i if,* "-" ''''. Ih{,
and 2:30 other religious groups will startat Ronl . '" ;;;" '.69

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Council St. Edward's Discusses RENEW News IN STORE IN THE DEUeAKERV DELI/BAKERY STORES ONLY $129' ..''" ';;::.

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Wallace McNeUey presided at the KITCHEN FRESHRoast HALF POUND BAG 't.. ,
meeting of St. Edwards Parish
Council held in the parish hall Tuesday it; :
1 1HOLM4MOKED 99
Following night Oct.commission 16. reports, $ | IBAKERY ;::.:

the pastor Father Joseph Finlay, Beef nu+ !PARTY FLAKE OR '

expressed his appreciation of the t- c ; Rolls .59 .
success. of the RENEW Programhere. S .' t ,PACK
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Dr. William Marchese St. Ed- : Rye Bread.. . :: t = .99 ,
ward's RENEW Chairman then Swiss Chees . ,102.49' .:
reported on activities accomplishedto .
date.The barbecue dinner held on MADE WITH CRA0MEAT >
the parish grounds Oct. 14 was well Neptune Salad ,p 5 1.99_ _IY'Ylan, @ ; :
attended and enjoyed as was the COUNTRY PWDB : '
Prayer Vigil held in the Church on Fried Chicken ,.II" J;S3.79! SUCEOREO' :. ''" )'.!
Oct. 4. r : OR BUTTERMILK( r .,,,
RENEW' is now in the third of the DeOORATEDHaMoween! ', "f
Cup Cakes.61.29 : ..,:
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first six weeks semester. Weekly \ ; :
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Prayer Groups are meeting in the BAN FRANCISCO mu 50i.IR IICUOH' .. fl... j

homes of eight parishioners for French Bread . .'. 102 .49 24OZ 2/l "' '. 'j :::
Scripture study prayer hymn singing fl BAKED ,. "

Bazaar, sharing Group and socialization.Holds Workshop PumpkIn PIe . . ,.1.89FM9HMAOC ; ; LOAF. .I,,' "; ,9. ,,!
Oct. 23 Mrs. Henry ON PMEMHel ewers DOZEN .
On Tuesday ., .,,
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StefaneUl hosted a bazaar workshop ke Dentate IUQAAEU'PUoIN Oft 13/1.79, S S ,.J..,:..,.+<
meeting at the home of Mr.and Mrs. OEPORATEO" ,
Albert Stef anelll on Hampton Lake. YeSev+ .* .:. h. eia+2:79 Your Table : a.
Those attending worked on bazaar With
craft items made final plans for the 'I '
'Vla :! '.
St. Edwards Church bazaar to beheld .,"SERVES 1012 '" .
on Nov. 2 and enjoyed lunch.The SPOOKUM f /,".' : ,L ; ; t Flatware

ail-day bazaar will feature C : ',. .., "" ." .
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breakfast, lunch and dinner. Craft ; ; ,
and white elephant article will be :, o-rr..r'$1' 9" ,,'! : .: Feature!f .
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,available as well as home baked ; : : ::: .31:
,'.and canned goods.At the close of the @ : ,
day., prizes of $100 cash. a handcrafted .. ,
rocking ,horse and two AT STORE .

turkeys will be given away. . .
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BHS Exp ife Tough: Game in InterlachenHoping .'" '1

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will bounce'the back Tornadoes, the Bradford grldders High at you an'ar Int.rlachan.S..aon Crescent City, and previously 3d-o\ to sively Is a big, a weight lifter and
Baker High, lost to Hawthorne High, strong
coaching staff Is preparing Its Racordtt Bradford 33. In- .J
a big rivalry and lost its first Tackle '
charges for another tough district tarlachan High 24. gameof Greg Lawrence no. 66, '
game at Interlachen tomorrow night f' the season to Cocoa Beach. weighs 200. Tackle David Wyatt, no. j<
(Friday, Oct. 26). Sarlal Interlachen High never got any of 70 weighs 280. ,;,
"We expect ." Hl.toryi 0-1--0, IHS'l favor.Intarlachan fense generated last Friday. Crescent Linebackers in the middle of the :.',
a tough
ballgame boat
Head Coach Bradford High 104lait City exploded for 21 points In IHS 6-2 basic defense are hitters who '
says David Hurse. loaton, In tho tint maotlng of th* the second period. weigh around 175. Interlachen also'uses
chooli oft.r IHS was eloulflad 2A. IHS Still, Coach Hurse ,
expects IHS to an unbalanced line at times,
;:' could} not move tho football on Intorlachan its best
I play football against his Tor with four linemen on'one side of the .
Game Facts.., In 1 M.Only BHS point camo nadoes. Interlachen Is a good ball center, two on the other. ""? "f 4
on two 43 yard llald goal by John David club despite its '
Gam tlnwi S p.m. 2-4 record. Defensively, the Rams do a lot of I,
ranch. Intarlochan
tcorad
a first period Interlachen is big. Running back stunting, trying to. take the ," '
Gam 'sH.i Intorlachwi High. In.. on a 73, I yard run and addad a flald goal.Interlachen Anthony Flowers number 33, Is a gaps in the defense. away.', ,
lrlach. 193-pound junior who is a hard run- Offensively the Rams run from
Going Going, Gone..This how Cl.iy ()UJ Tom JrnklnH, ao.5:LINed' How n.to gt thera" Tak' SR-IOO Union High and, 2-4 Flagler so far, has beaten, ner break with quick feet and who can, the.I-formation with a split end atv v
, his *|M>r " Whitehead no. 711, mid IK Ron Blown, no. 77. From tltix, |M>sill! inJU and on to Orondln.At Crandln turn righton 'game losing streak against the Tor A and outside of the tight end. The
( .IfiikliiH could inn or p.issvl kli li<> did very effectively. SR-31S. IHS U on lh. left of Road 918 nadoes. IHS last week 28-0 to mystery man who plays right ,tight end,,another player not listed;
h..lost guard
!! offensively and,tackle defen- on the program, is a big, strong! .'IBlueDeViIs

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Dessert Dishes And Bread & Butter ,. I Our Bonus Certificate PIantits; ,1 .J\ :, .,;; .r'?..".. $ .

Plates At Reduced Prices To Complete EasyAs123. ti Too

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These matching accessories are also available to complete With'us every week. This exclusive offer is only one of the many :

your collection. Each accessory piece is available throughout. f\r values you'll find in" our store. ? ',. 1 ,. A soundly trounced Bradford High ,,\t

the entire program with,no purchase requirement. VZS'"., :t :, ';: '" : :f" '' ::., '>+ ',; ; High football in a was key bombed Class 2A 39-23 football by game Clay ,I fIn ,,

2.SAVE t'. ,. a crucial district test dampening;
," .; Tornado hopes for a District 8 cham i)
' : The Bonus Certificates you'll receive every time you purchase $5.00 In pionship. ".
\.t (. certificates with each three "" Coming out passIng Clay scored
two $10.00
groceries (you'll get purchase, the first three times it handled the
--, t with $15.00 etc.). Use our convenient folder to collect your certificates. football on drives'' of SO. 98, and 57 .
\ yards the latter two., on passes of 50 ."
? 3.COLLECT. and 59 yards. ''
dlAl, 'Clay stunned the Tornadoes with,

'" 1 1 Your 3-pc. place setting when you redeem) your Bonus Certificate card., three early,,touchdowns and a' 22-0'

4 a FREE place setting with 40 certificates, only Z49 with 30 certificates, long advantage pass plays, Including of 57 and two 59 TD's yards on in

$4.99 with 20 certificates, $7.49 with 10 certificates. Or if you prefer, which Blue Devil receivers got back: ,
purchase the 3place setting for $9.97 with no Bonus Certificates.

And don't forget, dessert dishes and bread & butter plates are only 89c

GROCERY'each.

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LIGHTS, REO KINO SIZE OR BAMOFrfto Carrots t LB AG .f J Potatoes, JL Mike Scrum's! IIlwf'rl.t11n in- ,:..,:,

Lay Com Chips 120Z1.59. .. ?T .' ,oJ LBS tlicalrtf.the kituathm.oftheBHSseoondery:! .. / ::: :

.., == n 1ai ?t-iyr \es;' ir1'MiI"iQ1 ...,-"' .;;:' ... |\! '' airtrfaftw! ,,wsenWiussJ?>>.Clay"' ;>raft quarter.m rtuM.
MILKY WAV"SNICKERSOA" :t...''';' 'I' 'J",X", passed for 278 yards threw the Tor-' .
California Baking in"f69Potatoes nado defense, off with his ,
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I 3 Musketeers . ieoz2.1O '10 ': and BHS never recovered. Until
Lemons FOR ; meeting BHS, Clay has been
LBBAG primarily running team.
, 2 Liter cr'- In the second half with Bits ex-,
I ,peeling more passing Clay kept ;
FRESH BHS off balance with an off-tackle
Franks Sodas running attack. Running back
;. Fresh GreenPeanuts Shawn Spencer behind the blocking
C 795 of the Clay line which cleared out the
;,', CELLO 18A9G BHS defensive end and with block
; ing back Randy Dasher coming '
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r' lead the play, tore through the
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1 BEEF OR CHICKEN
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" ,SWEET FROZEN m HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Jenkins, blind in his right eye us-

:: i June Boy Relish . '-?. .89 ,1$02: BHS ed his linemen speed to and run to around get around rushing the
'1 HAMBIJRQER. 11-02 FROZEN \ QairolpONDnXJN Shampoo 'ends Or:Jenkins threw the football
'Morton
" June Boy Dill Chips . 3$ ,,89 -Door OR NORMAL $129. when there was no running room, .
LWOIO .' Dinners either to a 'receiver ,between the

?d Foamy Detergent, *oz, .69 CHICKEN Rasa VEAL TURKET.PARMESAN SAUSSURVon 99 Clairol 'which linebackers went deep and the with'secondary the Clay '
21 L88 "I'j MEAT LOAF 15OZ receivers; or tossed a bomb when
,j; Champ Dog Food '. .-'. 3.69 CONDITION $ 29. Clay receivers were able to get .
Conditioner "
,J. ] behind) BHS deep defenders. *
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j 12-OZ FROZEN EXTRA PROTECT1ON ,
Whitehouse TBOPtCANA OR EXTRA BODY Clay is 5-1 overall and 2'-: In' the "'
.; district. BHS is 3-3 overall and 2.1 In :,
9941tILC 50 cr.
Orange
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: Apple Sauce Tylenol EXTRA STRENOTH Caplets. ,$/ 99/ BIISConieback' Fails...

4. '..' FROZEN AIfO Dropping straight back, staying In .'
1 :,. 2 32-OZ YOUR the pocket, QB Francis passed the
,69 Ida CHOICE Tornadoes to one touchdown, threw ,
Ore $, t Dristan a .second TD pass which, officials
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dropped inside the Clay
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V.d.IIlna N/ 201
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The ails lady volleyball.learn .
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? 19Zc i. came to Starke, losing Iwo games f fo ";, 1
I' FREE, 7-CIP;, MT. DEW, .1 the visitors for the match loss, ',i r& .\,
I i :SUHKIST' ORANGE OR I II The first game was a klp-eided)5' -g ,' 1
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'ruk&Wagnalis FROSTIE ROOT BEER, i Coming back strong irtthn second i,, -.1::
Volumes game, the Starke ladies were ahead r
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12-4 atone: point;,, 'touldn'Uhold ;* ,, '
$3.9gExh I I :onto the' lead. .Buckling down;'and ;: ,,,\1
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.e"T.ta y 'YGLirAetywrhs S' i able..h) come backJlnd-snatch, the/ f a'-''
'/" (., .. funhu'e ONLYAvMLUde I, IlWO' I Il victory from Tornadoes. rf ,W/!..: '
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j i\HC/ and receive 1IJMITt' riEAt'aoon irnt wEO:act 31.198Io 1ao0oerali .. t.
\ Encyclopedia couPOti PER ; _said Coach Inea.plgR ._. ._ '" : ,
MkChi V l .*Dictionaryt Fr .volume.. *" matcl\lng: I _____ ____________ The last home game will be played' f ,y' .- ,.'I I './ \t
Monday,,Oct.29 in the BH6 gym Jn. a .
'$Iatke beginning at 7 p.m.: %, "h W ''" f. ,. J 1
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others. You never think its going to "We bring out the best In says. Francis garnered both the best offensive .
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happen to you. says Defensive everybody says and;bet defensive )("
: Coach Mike Sexton of the Bradford pointing out that Keystone Heights "They Just played over their back honors. Francis taking over
High defense that allowed Clay High has not played as tough a game as Says Hurse tof the Blue from injured QB Frank Long threw .
to score 39 points. the Indians did in losing to the Tor. Devils who dominated the Tornadoes two touchdown passes and set up the
Clay High played the best it has all nadoes. Union High played its best last Friday night in Green third Tornado TO pass and then fires enWons/ ; Viyaldi'sGreat /,
season points out Head Coach David first half of the season, so far, Cove Springs. scored the TO., \< : \u. ,i . ", '


I. Baby Tornadoes Fall to KHHS Indians 6-O Choral Master Work'Gloria'

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Fighting!( (he good fight, the This brings their record to 5-2 for With the defense! prcdorainnnlly Greg/ Wiggins was cited for having
luckless !Baby Tornado griddprs lost the season with one game left lo playto on I he field during I the first Iwo a good game..
Keystone Heights 6-0 last Thurs. Thursday,Oct. 25,against MacClen- quarters, both teams were scoreless :';"-
day,Oct. 18, in Keystone. ny at home. at the half.
"We had the ball several limes My Eagle' : By Combined Choirs of .
FISH EUROS DEER HEADS TANNING ALL ANIMALS during/ (Ihe first half, but we couldn't .J.J:!
do anything with it," staled Coach High above the "_'opland all/
Lifetime Guarantee on Al Mounts Jimmy Prevail. "Defensively, for b/rdl. score an fagle. H. soars First United Methodist Church of Starke .
the entire game we did a real good downward and light on a bolder'
First United Methodist Church'
Gainesville
: job. I captured my Cagle a*h.capturedmy
Gone JaxiJen&'JOPEN
y Capitalizing on .a. BUS. fumble at heart.
their own 21) yard line, Keystone My eagle and grew together, for 2 University Methodist Church of Gainesville
quickly moved the ball lo (the ten. .. My eagle would fly upwardand
After 5 Mon.-Fri. The game's only score came on a, all Into the wide blue/ shy. Performed with a Chamber Orchestra
b short run Into I he end/.one by the One day my eagle soared 'Into the
i All Day Sat. Sun. Junior{ Indians. The extra was ,.
point sky and didn't 'urn. Th. next
not any good, leaving it tilt day h. returned.' This became hit Nov. 4
8 Miles West of JOE LAZENBY "We just didn't lake advantage of pattern. I knew h. wo restless, Sunday,
our defensive turn said .
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Lawtey on S.R. 125 Ph. 431.1050 Conch David Tew of the loss. night he soared upward and
left me lonver. 7* 3 0
PIH Bradford Auditorium
My darling eagle, may you always High
oar fo the highest; wherever you
are, and In all you do. *.' No Admission
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IDLEGOSSIP, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

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Lets Talk CALL WAITING9: AND 'STATEMENT OF PROPOSED


Vbu'll never get through to anyone at home If the lets them switch between the two calls.It just about CDBG PROJECTThe
phone's In use.And Call Waiting Isn't. puts busy signals out of business. ", "1 1*
Coil Waiting puts you through even when your Vbu need Call Waiting.So don't wait.Pick up yOUr
home phone's busy It lets whoever on the phone phone and call Continental.put you through)- '
answer your call.and put the other on hold.It even And that's no idle promise. purpose of this Notice of Public Hearing and Statement of Proposed

., (1 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Project is to;
a"\ttra..l1.9!'

.,.: '. \ -,:' ..... 1 ;::' 1)) Notify citizens that the City of Lawtey City Council will ,hold the second
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\ ''.t, 1'' Fiscal Year 1984 Florida Small Cities CDBG Program, and to
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,N. 2)) Publish statement of the proposed CDBG project application so affected -

,- ,_.,'. ...". citizens can examine and comment on its contents.

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i' rr{ n.' et>rr ': fJsc.ahYeor. ... m :,':;'. '.
.I.. _.. ,..,- pmed. v1-984CDBG/ fl -"ii
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_" 'r '., ) The CDBG'activities to be undertaKen are.street. improvements, storm
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sewer improvements, and land acquisition.
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t r a moderate income persons is $457,500 or ninety-one and one half per-
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t. cent ((91.5%) of ,the CDBG funds requested. ,'

4)) The City's plan to minimize the displacement of persons as a result'

I. \......'.>.. '... .';. 4.. : .' planned CDBG activities is to develop ,a CDBG project which will
n not cause the displacement of persons. The City's proposed. Fiscal
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C : = Year 1984 CDBG project wjll not displace any persons.
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5)) If for any reaspn!_persons are displaced as a result of CDBG-funded

", e"oIaMOI lfACoII.no.'V" activities, the City will provide assistance to displaced persons as required -. .

:.- under 24 CFR 42, U.S.; Department of Housing and Urban

Development's: regulations, that implement the Uniform Relocation

LORIOA LAWN & GARDEN: CENTER I Assistance.and Real Property! Acquisitions Policies Act of 1970. .

EST OH1ROl 539 EAST CALL ST1! STARKE Phone 964.5745 6)) The City's second pyblj hearing on its Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG project

a.wusn OPEN 9 am.6 pmNew- will be held on Monday,,JMpvember 5, 1984 at.730; p.m. in.the City

Shipment Just In Council Meeting Room k located in the City of Lawtey City Hall.

Container Grown 3 Gal. Size Fall 7)) All interested persons needing i additional information wishing to

submit comments on the'' proposed CDBG project prior ,to the public

Dogwood and Apple Trees IS hearing may contact Lucille Shuford, City Clerk at the Lawtey City

Choose o'-T Anna or ..or Hall, P.O., Drawer: G, Lawtey. FL 32058, or telephone' ((904). ': ) 782-3454.,

This Good Is Time a \' I(( orwellbranchoed,4'5To Dorsett Apple Trees II : 8)) The purpose of this second' public hearing. i is to obtain.the views and

Plant 1 Dogwood Trees planting input of citizens on the Cit/s final- Fiscal: Year 1984 CDBG applicationprior .

,,,/ Each $5.99 TREES. SHRUBS to its submission':to:the Florida Department..Community: .Af .
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1< .A Summary/Statementbf/th, FiscaljYear'1984( ,CDBG.'.project. op-
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Mix or Match plicationisasfollows: 1 'iI'J'.W': : i: :

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The City's CDBG project' ,is d sv.neighborhood and commercial l revitalization l

fertMome I project, The,.,City.will.undertake public facility Improvements. fin the Fiscal

.. Root Stimulator .' '' : ; Year 1 1984 target. area'Which. is. located in the southeastern section! of the City.

''' IntroducingSuniite' :rfl'; The,project area'Is' generally bounded onthe, '-north by Middleburg.Road, or)

ftIIft t Jumbo--: !the. south by I: Lee lane'' on the west by 5.R. 2003, and on the east generally by

Help Plants New and Trees Gross Fameus. Centipede ", 5th! StreeK: Public;:' 'facility; improvements Will include'street .improvements, f fstorrrt

establish Black Kow Brand Grass Plugs Zt''V sewer: :improvements,;and land acquisition- The total project-,cost ,is !
strong :
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healthy roots ,COWMANURE Pro-Rooted ;:s*' estimated at'$500,000'and'; ; approximately :ninety-one and'one, halfpercent

quickly. Rapid SprcdJng ,- ((91.5or'$457,500)' of the'project\ cost\will ''benefit low- ( :rmoderatejJncome .

r CoW Hardy :' persons; .,' i'4 l. ;' & jj, ; /, .' .,' .
Low Maintalnence ., ,.,,: .. ,.
CompcIste4-Weed' I. '
Contain a balanced nutritional diet plus 'I' ; "
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vitamin-twhich: reduces transplant Won't Barn.' .Tray 4a.5s I1
hock and promotes the development of MH.B4U "ii 1."DIll center:. | f. .; "concerning;= the CIty'S fY\1984; CDBG.cipplicatfoh I ::.Additional 'projectinfgrma-} j r.

new feeder roots. 3.6f .,','.' : tlon available for:, :ftizen review at thelawtey.City HallLucille: 'r.. :
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9 .. By Tennessee Turf ; ", '" ,'" '. ,". "_ r City Clerk

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TEAMS
EACH WEEK AND
I j Anyone except TELEGRAPH employee and Ihelr Immediate famlllet ore 3)) In COM of Ilea we will use Ihe togtrppints| cored In the Bradford High School'
""alt'a i lo enter but there 11 a limit of one entry per person each week. flame each week (except the Tortadpe! |wen week)a.a tiebreaker. Please! fill
2)) Th" entry must be on an official l blank from the TELEGRAPH and must be drop- I" the point you think will t>&scored b* |f tornadoes and their opponent camped WI] rn 11I r
all 01 the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday afternoon..Fill In oil bitted In the tiebreaker blonk. For I"lanCel'' the score In the Tornados game '
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the. blanks with either the flame of the team you think will win or "tie" IT you was Tornadoes 19, vri'"'".'". 7, the correct, score was 26 point $ 1
think the game will end in a tie. The person who pick 'the /most games right will 4)) All decisions of the iudget are final. A..etond tiebreaker will be used If

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TERWILLEGAR MOTORS (!J' .....L..........", ., 4M-22I1 & AUTOMATIC TRANS.
REALTY....Loll ....1111 i
206 W. Madison 964.7200 Florida rgeLMrDMs. 4MMUM. a : \ SERVICE964681O
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9 64.7176 LJ:! ..,....... *MmM44BM _
Clyde Byron Jim Tom Bill ...., Corner of SR 16 8 US 30T 'BYU v. New Mexico:
OBOEUA 205 N.Temple StarkeTEHWUEGAR ......oj'eke TUrr We Do General Automotive Repairs .
Washington n Artiona N.br.....-vs" Kansas '. fete JeluSnee 1332121 J,

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We'rt 107 E. Edwards Rd. ((904)), b Telephone ((904)964,7500)
Starke/FL 964-7434 CHEVY-OLDS Gainesvillq(904)372-0103( ) ,
Oklahoma v* Kania.VIC'S "Texo.. vt Southern Merhodl.t,



BASS & BUCK' SAW Mufflero,.& Automotive Repairs ", '
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Owner David.v .-- SPORTING GOODS 964-5677 MAIIOWARE STORES
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Hunting Fishing ElDlMtM tn HIM!vehteliifree .*.o

'Accessories Available, (_ Hwy 301 S., Starke, FL 964-4642

But: 964-4461 FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE BRING YOUR"AUTOMOBILE Plumbing Electriol Tools Buildipg Sup'plies'
VICTOR GRIFFIS Miami Flo.'v.loulivllle HOME:964-6121 Plants Artificial' '
TO THE PROFESSIONALS AT saw MUFFLERS. Live Arrangements .

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Forsyth Plumbing / CUBBEDGESRemodeling DON'T i i f1 Money to loan: I ;, ,
gU for Home Improvements ,

If you are building q new home, let us quote your plumbing) '& "
CabanetrShop ,
You will save MONEY ,, Florida National Bank. ":'

Professional Plumber: A Speclabhig In:
e Residential.,Commercial Wel Pumps Septic! Tanks ;, Auburn v* Mississippi Slate PennSt. v* Weit. Virginia; Of wlOlKe Ilt'ijly.

1209 N. Temple Avenue -. Starke .
Arliono New Installation & Repairs 105'.W. Jefferson St. Starke '
FSU v* State'

ADDITIONS ,(964-4673 964-7050 .
964-5261 Cal BII L Kely or BiflyJeannies ROOFING


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((904)) 741T < TEAL

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Pantry Pride Shopping center By, oe.y 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida

'p' Card's Components, Inc. S- 964-7423

BHS'v* InterlachenY RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

'2 Ml: North of ,Keystone Hgts.on Hwy, N21nes Lake a.ler It' HowthgrnRa\ : yy ,,::;;.


--_ Uft'-CQM LET: SJACKSON mrpr* *-* ; -'-' : "'AYES aHrnrfc .. I\IfJI HII\fIr!\

Funeral Home
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BUILDING SUPPLYLake Jones'Convalescent Services ilillll IIIIIIII1 "ICAN'HANDLE ALL YOUR WIRING NEEDS""
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Butler Starke. Keystone Hgts. Detroit v. Green Bay

SW. 6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR,21&.100 964-6200 Starke 24 Hour.ServiceRESIDENTIAL Service Cab
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496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 kav COMMERCIALStarke

Cincinnati v* Houttort) Indlanapolli VI balla 355 N. Temple Heat Pump Specialist .


\ 1v. Winner this Week: Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc.
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,STUMP'SDepartment :,Our second lady winner, Janna Samons,
,. only missed four selections this week in the 155 W. Brownlee
Store Telegraph contest. Not bad considering
Y,,. :' 'fthere'' were 100 entries in the contest. Congratulations 964.6060

.Bradford, Square -Starke, .(, i 4 Ai
'tAlklnson's
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Alligator Creak Ranch,
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;;: ,&. SERVICE_ 'Denmark FumHare of Starke. .""_j____ 9646973New 'r t

1 4QZ p. Temple ''Starke ,Forsyth Plumbing.. _'_ ,
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964-6436 Starks JlLHayes "I t )'Eln ,
Florida National Bank of
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:W. CaM tp1 Slarke Radio or A Automattc Trans. svc.y'r 1 .. starke '
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NOTICE YARD SALE FOR RENT FOR'RENTPRIVACY '


SELECTION Used rid. and walk- I
GOOD
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- chain MIMOSA MANOR MOMLI HOME PARK. WITH 3' ACRES 3 BR. 2 BA.
milled to the Bradford County behind lawnmowers: Stark Pow.rEqulpm.nt saws; Mobil. homes and spaces for rent. CHftA, double carport efficient wood-
other
bargains
T.I.groph off Ico In writing and paid In many 322 S. Walnut St. Stark. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone burning stove. Between Starke and ,
advance unless credit Is already 10/25 11/15 468.2912.9/16 tfn Stale Prison Lease required. First and Subscribe'J
established with this off ic.. 964-8568. 4tchg MOBIL HOMES FOR RENTS .One mile last months rent and security deposit. J uJiUtJa
SPECIAL SALE AT BRADFORD MOTEL 16 .
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT H rooms of furniture and misc. Items from Stark city limits. Clean Hwy. 16 $360 per mo. Call 1-332-0177 evenings. f "!" .
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. 10/18 tfn
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER On. day only. On Saturday Oct. 27, CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for r.nt(. On' 14x70 MOBIL HOME 3 BR, 2 BA. In REALTIC.C.LIA
THI TELEPHONE. beginning at 10 a.m. Itchg 10/25 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Country on one ocr. lot near Keystone NO DOWN PAYMENT .
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. ON PRISON PROPERTY 28 Circle 9.5 Drive.Friday;Call 9.4 4681323. 10/07 tfn. Heights. $275 nth. plus *lec. dep. of New 14x70 3 BR/2 BA I'
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. Saturday. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly $100; Security deposit $75. Avail. Nov. Mobile Home. $219.97per
Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75. 431-1866. Itchg 1025STARKE 3 rat... Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple 1. Call 473-4456 after 4 In afternoon, mo. with approved PHONE 964-7776
CHURCH OF GOD 9 a.m. to
th.n 10 cents for each word th.r ah.r. p.m. Held at Bodcock Furniture. Satyr ROOM Av.FOR 7/28 RENT tfn BY THI MONTH! 10/25 2tchg 11/01 credit. Call Mr Bradley IRWIILLGAR 205_ _,N. Temp ..Starke I .,
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All TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON day Oct. 27. Itchg 10/25 Thursday W/SwImmlng pool. Mold service, HELP WANTED for details.473-7237 SPECIAL .
214 MAGNOLIA West 16 Prison. -
FCAN (Florida Classified Ad N.twork). 25th; Friday 26th and Saturday linens Included. Restaurant Utilities and Included.loungeon $39.500 will 'buy this 3 BR, 1'/. BA., with
$125 ((25-words), ad will go Into premises.
For your THE FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUARD Is
10/25
27th. Itpd
WOO/mo. Fr. parking. Econo lodge ofStark. CHCA. In Country. Fireplace, deck *
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and NO CASH NEEDED
for H.S. Interested
grads
27th .21th.9a.m. tIl5p.m. looking
SAT.ft SUN. young
weeklies) for a circulation of 1000.000 Dishes, shelled pecans, clothes and .. 961.7600.5/03 tfn In construction electrical 1985 2 BR Mobile Home. patio. 1 Ac. Circle drive, trees..
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2
readers. Moke that mon.y work for more. 413 S. Thompson. Itpd 10/25 plumbing vehicle malnt., masonry Can Be Yours for $149.63 -Three Nice Homes Available tot lease.
Information call LakeButler
BA For
you..Sell the FCAN way. Call FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 93. New ft used apt. more heavy equipment operator and other per mo. with approved. BLISSFUL PRIVACYtThts new stone ft cypress contemporary
964 6305. ask for Sylvia. Today. Apts., 496-314K Equal Opportunity fields Earn While You credit. Call Mr. Bradleyfor '
tools, furnishings, sporting good. Housing. 6/7 tfnchg engineering en 10-Ae. site. City. Nice touches,Inc.
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY! clothes. 815 N. Clark St. Learn. Contact TSG Carl Slevers at details. .
ft
housewares FURNISHED A/C KINGSLIY LAKE COT. wallpaper fireplaces *4 BR.2 BA. Exc.traffic pot.
10/25 tfn 9045332268. 10/4 4tchg 10/25 473-7237 tern.COMMEROAL.
TAGS 3 BR. $350 month. 10-month
CARS & TRUCKS LOOP; Whit. house left. : PART TIM! SALES SUPERVISOR for the
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.. ON GRIFFIS on 1 lease. No pets, no children. 964-6491. -OAK PIAZAt Just S. of City limits
just| before the 2nd railroad track. Too 9/06 tfn .. Florida Times Union to work afternoons next to future hem of Stark Chrysler-Plymouth.! 13
'13 lINCOlN. 4door. Signature ..rl... many bike frames, 3 small engines. LOG SPUTTER For rent by day' or hour. and early evenings to supervise .lots available.
473.2214.8/30 tfn little bit of adults In local Must hove r-TrampolinesFactory .
area.
lIk. new Electric fans plus a tfn young .
Call 964 6974. 10/4 US 301 FRONTAGE Appro 3 mites S. Also
IS IT TRUE you can buy (j..ps for $44 everything Itchg 10/25 car. Phone 964-5165 for Interview.
MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 BR building 2 Ac. lots behind. Buy now. Owner fin.
Government G.t the 10/182tchg 10/25
the U.S.
through
across from lake Geneva. $155'per .15 ACRES
ONLY $35.000.10 Ac. Improved pasture.
facts today! Call 1-312-742-1142 ext. CARRIER FOR MORNING PAPER ROUTE Direct
FOR SALE OR RENT month. Furnished or unfurnished and S Ac. wooded-w/1 Ac. lake with fish Exc. terms by
609.9/20 EOW 11/01 473-7560. Bill. 9/27 tfn '" Florahom Keystone areas. -LayA-Way now for
STATION WAGONS Telephone and dependable owner.
77 CHEVY transportation Christmas.
AC/PSPB. Runs good. '83 PONTIAC 24x64 BUILDING Will build to suit te TRAILER SPACES(AVAILABLE Bradford Motel Under) newmanag.ment Call required. Able to post cash bond. $25Down .HOME ft 2 LOTS IN CITY:: Priced to sell. $11,000.
GRAND PRIX loaded. 964-4092. 10/11 nant. Have 2 Ac. Will Invest. Rt. 301 9/27 ? Equal Opportunity Employer. Phone Owner finance.
Information. Hri
tfn and 18, 6 miles South of Stork. Or call 1 964-5332 BR FURNISHED for APARTMENT: $160 96/5165. 10/18 2tchg 10/25 8 ft. x 12 ft. $235 1911 FLEETWOOD MH ft Lot. No. 4 Crosby lakeShores

MUST SELLS 1973 Nova. 307/3-sp..d. J.K., 18136898011. 10/18 4tpd 11/08 month plus $75 security deposit. Also per 2 GOVERNMENT JOTS 13 ft. Round $299 ft 12<24 storage bldg. 29000.
Call Now hiring. TWO LOTS ON CROSBY LAKE SHORES
Good condition. Asking $1500. BR furnished $200.month $16.5S9-$50.553/year. Easy accessto
4681134. Itpd 10/18 LAND FOR SALEONE plus $75 security apartment deposit.' Lights and Your area. For Information call ((805) 752-1999 lake. MH toned. Own. fin. $6,000. .
752 9412
'75 MG MIDGET Good condition. N.w furnished No Call 6876000. Ext. R5504.1018tpd 11/08 I PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEY NW 75th Av. JVt Ac. SP
hot water
paint and top. $1500. Call 964-5165 before 9 a.m. or at noon, pets.or after 5 FEDERAL. STATI ft CIVIL SERVICE JOBS 752-5385 Lake City $39,900 with $7,900 dn. Fin. by owner 12% 15 yrs.
ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road.
from 8.5; 964-6566 after 5 p.m. or now available In your area. Call Mo. $379.25. Clean. Storage shed 10x20i
pmt.
964 8071.' Itchg 10/25 '
964.5139. Itchg 10/25 $3,000. $300 down $75 per mo. Call p.m. 1-((619))-569.8304 for Info. 24 hrs. 10/18 ' barbecue ft .
patio.
2 BR MOBILE HOME AC ft Central Heat. pit
964-5606. 10/4 tfn
79 AM/FN OLDS CB.DIESEL 3500.4door.Call 782.3826.ltchg A/C; P/S.; 1.7 ACRES off Brook.r Road (CR 227)). Partially furnished nice yard -quiet VOCATIONAL 3tpd 11/01 AID Shop & Compare!!! -4 BR. 2 BA ,ON.MORGAN RDi Beautifully landscaped .
Call 964-5630 after 5 with swimming pool surrounded by chain
10/25 $4 000. $400 down $75 per mo. Call country living. (Carpentry-Supervlslon and Instruction Special Insurance for ,
10/25 link fence $42.500.
Itchg paved driveway.
964-5606. 10/4 tfn p.m. .
74 ROAD RUNNERS Body in excellent of handicapped workers In the Mobile Home Parks
14V4 ACRES off Forsythe Rood. $1.995 3 BR BLOCK HOME CA/H.ot. Stove E OVER 100 FT ON LAKII.OOKLYN.By Approx. 393
condition. Engln. ft transmission need manufacturing of pallets, surveystakes "All types of homeowners
work. $350. Call 964-4002 or 4737468. o.r ocr. Has a large pond. $2.000 refrigerator furnished. $350 .per mo. and other wood products. Individual -. H. deep w/small cottage. 27000.
llpd 10/25 down $200 p.r mo. CallS606.. 10/. Call 964.5606.10/25 tfn .' u., need. to be people orientedas policies for .3 I.. 1'AA. 37100. Brick CHftA.. $32,000. ..' mtg."
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3 BR. 1 BATH HOME Griff Loop. Par- mobile homes. '
1977 OLDS STARFIRI HATCHBACK V-6 2 ACRES OF LAND WITH TRAILER In on well as production minded, able to price If you qualify. 104 long St. .
5-speed, maps, AC. PS/PB, n.w whit. Melrose. Writ. to: Ruby Newsome. dlshwashr.Holly furnished.Private yard.Stove$250, refrlfl.month,, relate well with students. Qualifications Call for Quote HAMPTON LAKE Redwood ft brick 3 *IR. 2A
point r.d buckets. First $1800. Rout. 1. Box 1164. Melrose. FL 32666. Call 964-8970 after 6 : HS ft 2 yrs, experience In industry Olln's home. Fireplace ft scrod porch on landscaped 1c.
$100 sec. deposit. Mobile
964-7682. Itpd 10/25 10/182tpd 10/25 rehabilitation or related fieldor plus lot. $94.200.HISTORICAL .
MUST SELL 1914 FORD RANGER OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and 2 p.m.BR.MOBILE Itchg 10/25 HOME On Grtffls' .?loop... completion of vocational training Home Sales I HOME IN LAWTEYi. 4 BR, 2 IA on 7'A
speed, PS/PB. Only 9,000 miles. FacTory dry wooded lots suitable for mobile Furnished unfurnithed. $175 program with one year experience. .c. 2 MH hookups. $$49.900. lots zoned MH.
air and cruise, tilt wheel. AM/FM home, cabin or camping. $4950! ea. $100 deposit.or 964-8704 after.,mo.4:30: Salary based on training ft experience.Send Elaine M. Olin Agent HOME ft APPROX. 49 ACRES HWY M9i,$ 9.000.

with 4 speakers. Will n.g. Call w/$150! dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand weekdays, or all day Saturday ft Sun- resume to: Bob Larimer, Director. 964-5606 Assm. mtg. of appro. "1,000 at 9% 'mo. pmt
964-8261 after 2 p.m. Itchg 10/25 fishing. Owner. (904)( ) 236-4579 or day. tchg 10/25 Sunshine. Industries, P. O. Box 509. $315.49. 2nd mtg. far $10.000! at IJX by owner/
'LINCOLN TOWNCARi 4-door, loaded. 629-9649. 10/18 4tchQ 11/08 2 BR MOBILE HOMES Private setting on Starke. FL 32091. 101254tchg 11/15 .TERMS OF 12X POSSIBLE-ac. Ieor".w/ ppro..

Nice on. own.r car. $3,000.964.4269. Grlffis Loop. New carpet throughout. COMBO WAITRFSS ft BARTENDER Steve Broadway] 700' en Hwy 301 $. Inc. 2 deep welts: 3 septic' t_....
Itchg 10/25 REAL ESTATE Phone 4682374. 10/25 2tchg 11/01 Breakfast Cook Must be experienced.If 2 MH. Butler Bldg. Stocked pond ft creek
W7 FORD FAIRLANEi Good shape. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT:.2 Bedroom 1 not.xperlenced..don't bother to app- TREE SERVICE -COMMERCIAL. PRPPERTY.PEJ.U.X&. 21J.PN.SOh) :

$700.. Can see at 634 N.' Ch.rry- 'St"after. OUT ,OF AREA .bath. Stark. 475-20O6. Itchg 10m''j' 'ly. GARDEN RESTAURANT 800 N.Tenwvf I >'*.t iRemorah.. located In the Hearhfef Ito *.;i'IP.!' x..Mgaw. h. I

It74 4 pn.-a/i5/Vy1 Itchg'10/25....n. B.. vumm ....._. ..."., .. i ..-l .IOf''..1st... ,..ON* KOOMMKtCISUCY.,I\\ Jn'), tcnr AveaItchg 6 .r' l0/3S.rr: ,;. ::.Psi-ituum. AOc i. t 'YTIJTI'rtlTtlElf'" WE AR rMMR>!fCtPFFEftrMeteiAeHHni. <",?,/, I
MiFMmr'dijoo; .' 'Negotiable.: .CENTU.VILLAG. DEERFIELD Ashby OT lawtey. Call 782-34S8, Itpd I a/23 l I'- '---- --- ( truly luxurious bonus situated across.-1}e0p, the

964.5 weekdays... Itpd 10/23 1 bedroom l'/4 bath. Deluxe. Ground ROOMS FOR RENT. J ,'' MOTORCYCLES Stump Removal! I Country Club. Extraordinary privacy and gracious

79 LINCOLN TOWN CARd condo floor. Bocks waterway. Upgraded. -0.week" Month, *. Firewood living are available In this 3 BR, 2,% BA.brick hpm..

' $3,750.! Can be seen at Olln's MH Sales. Blinds, curtains, hurricane shutters.Available Call. Across MAGNOLIA from Starke HOTEL P.O. ', 197 SUZUKI MODEL 100 Only 2600 I Free Estimat An uncommon concept of living. $ttperb,,... .w.n. ,
Hwy 100. CaCHRYSLER ll 9 1.-S606. 10/25 tfn December 1st. 45000. t miles. Call 473-2214. 10/18 tfn .A SPECIAL !PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Beautifullyconstructed :
'57 4-dr. Sedan black. Good 416-781-0286. (fcan) 473-4732 white brick 4 IR. 3IA w/swlmmlng j I

cond. 1000. Can be seen at Olin' MH iSale. j After 5 P.M. pool. Designed with the family 'In mind. I
.. Hwy. 100. Call 96/.S606. 10/25 SMASHING CONTEMPORARY 2-story cedar, at
tfn Southern VillasApartments Come to Keystone Heights Country dub 25S4 sq. ft. en.2-'lots, Haut Insul. I,

Licensed & Ins Fireplace. 3 yrs. old. SP $175,000 mtg. $73.000 at I
BUSINESS 9V4". Mo. Pmt. $490.94. '
KountryKitchen ROOM TO ROAMI 2565 sq. H. home Is located on I
OPPORTUNITIES 2 Bedrooms Now Available ,
Out of Pawni 3% Ac. w/3 BR, 3 BA ft CH/A.I05,000. ,, .
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Central Heat Stove Refrigerator ...' Ac.! Beaut, brick ham. Apprex. 1500 sq,ft. 3
SARASOTA FLORIDA Tax shelter properties (Custom Drapes e15% Ft., fiberglass fish yes old. Great room'w/flreplace. Asium. mtg.

by owner, luxury waterfront Wall to Wall Carpet & More skr boot; 55 hp QUIET UVINGi BR, 1% BA. Located at 1320 Sear
apartments; Downtown office building; Chrysler 'motor) 'Gator Ing St. CI w/opprox. 1700 sq. H. :
Boyfront apartments, expandable. Oc Call 964-7295 or 964-4214 tilt trailer Excellent" condition THINK COUNTRY Converted OW on 10 A. fenced

cupancy and management guaranteed.Terms. : tend 2.' A. cleared. 3 BR. 1V4 BA w/scrn'd''.bock
Exchanges. ((813)) 9211097. Information : 1001 SauthernVlllaDrlv. formerly I DEBR 'S KITCHEN. SWO.OO porch. Patio and Utll. rm. 35000.
package available (fcan) ..... ....,.. Hwy. 16W .
arroauHIVY located 301 South, -16 Ft. Alum. Extension COMPLETELY RENOVATED!,Cozy, brick stucco en
ladder Rd. 230A. 3 BR. 1 IA. CHftA. Beautifully decorated.
Subscribe t' across from KOA $18.00eOmnidwrd SECLUDED CHARMING Only yrs. old. 2-story S I

I like new.. BR,3Vt\ BA CHftA teperate office.city limits,fishpond
$150 an 7 acres. Hove t* see to believe' I 100000.
I IATOR Down to Earth -NICE ACREAGE Great prlce-20 plus acres located

on Morgan Rd. 3 wells,, :2 Sep.-tenks. sm barn ft
w THE hawley Pawn Shop toolshed. Can be divided. $27,000 ea. or$50.000 all.
& AUTOMATIC TRANS. Meals Prices Hwy 301-Lawtey .70* W. CALL STl Only' $35.0001 Beautifully, appointed
: OFFICE -
2 BR super living and dining room.
.NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BHICKiOrt 2'/ 'Ac. located

SHOP I' SERVICE : ''You'll be I VACUUM. Roberts Rd. off Rd. I" 3 BR,.2 BA. CHftA, Carport.1AVUM .

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pipe and fitting Waiter aohen.r,/' I' NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum, '.,PEAS. FOR SALEt Blackeyec open this AXLES TIRESi. Two axle and four tire*. DOT A LEAK IN THE ROOF HOLE IN THE
Rental'Property Available Bryan Ace Hardwar., Keystone Hgt.., M.aswa.2446".25' cent each. Great week. Zipper Cream and Improved Highest price paid. Green's Welding FLOOR faucet need tlxin. need 0 lock
JONED COMMIRCIALHwy 21, centrally 473-4006' 5/24 Hnchg for patching and repair:TELEGRAPH. Acres a little' later. South tide of Samp- Shop 301 South Starke. Fl. 964-5007 on the door We do all this end much
e.c...... ISO .q. ,ft. $300 p.r mo. OR AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place 135 W. Call St. 964-6309. eon Lake Call Tommy Wynn or Andy 11/03 Hnchg more. Home and Mobile Home repair
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FOR RESIDENCE 1BR IRA, living roam order Nutrltlte Vitamin. Need extra USED ELICTIIC TYPEWRITER Good con-.,;.4.Boldre.: 9645986. 10/25 2tchg 11/01 """ Mon.-Frl. 8-6 964-8830. After 6 p.m
with fireplace/ kitchen unfurnished 'Income? Call u*. for detail dltlon. $125. OFFICE;: !SHOP.! 110 W. Coif \ MINK STOLE $300. P.ggy 'Sheller PERSONAL SERVICES: and weekend, 961.8961.10/25 ffn
1250 per ""' / 473-3671.9/10 tfnchg St. 964.6764. : 9646329. Itpd 10/25 WOULD LIKE TO KNOW LADY WITH
WHITO SAND LAKE 2BR IRA screened SWAN CREST NURSERY_SR-26 2'/\ mil.. GLASS FIREPLACE. SCREENED DOOR) An. ,KEYSTONE, UNITED METHODIST' CHURCH HOUSE OR MOBILE HOMI and nice
perch, fireplace, unfurnished $329 per east of Melrose. Border gross $1 per tlque brass, lilt 38" to 48" width. $30. .' hat seasoned oak firewood.Cut to any SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All) quiet shady garden Mature'man (on
me.UMINOU. gallon. 475-1639' B/16tfnchg Call 964.S667. 10/4 tfn .. Jength a longbed pickup load maker cleaned oiled and adjusted. S$), English background sober, looking -
RIDGE 4BR 2BA screened HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec USED DESKS $60.00 THE OFFICE SHOP. ,> delivered and stocked, 4500. Call $15. Work guaranteed James for nice reasonable spot to pork
perch, newly painted woodstove. Ex. plus organ' mu.Ic$995. Call' HOW, Call St 964-9764 ', *.,,,.;:4/3-2386 br 473-3829 for fast delivery Strickland corner Morgan Rd.. and and live'In my small._.' trailer Save
ecutrve home $400 per mo. 473-9210: : weekday{ or 473-4648 PIANO, Old but good. Need tome wontto Itpd 10/25 Hwy 16. Starke. 12/29' tfn money. I could be your"Man about the'
HWY.l LAKE BROOKLYN 3 bedroom weekend for appointment to *... tfn bring back to perfect condition.Mutt USED SEARS KENMORE frot-free CHAIN LINK PENCE ''Installed. Free House". Able to fix. most things Good
!beth C.B. home, $275 per month. J. C. PENNEY cq. Get ready for lee to appreclat..I'SO. HOME ENTER refrigerator and electric stove. Cop. estimate. Handy-Man Fence Co. driver. N.Y. and Palm Peach .xp.
KIVSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. Christmas. Custom decorating tale. Big TAINMENT CONCEPTS. Bradford 1\ ,.rton. colored Both,, lor $350. Call Owner :Tommy Reddish 964.8559. 3/29 Please write to; B.G., P.O. Box 1322. ,

Realtor..n-.". savings, custom drapes, carpet, "vertical .Square, 964-6946. 782-3942 tfn Starke, Fl 32091'. Itpd 10/29 ,
4/21 tfnettg / and mini blind.. Call 1.721.2820 WASHING MACHINE In good condition.Call + MACHINE QUILTINGi Crib to King *!.., MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOME) Be

NEW '14x72 2 BR TRAILER With sunken and ask for Joyce McG. 3tchg J. Miller. 964-6309. HOMES FOR SALE Also have quilt for sole. Assorted flocked with offer ,Detail rush
....h plus 1V4 bathroom, all 1011.1025 USED OFFICE CHAIRS $10.00. THE OFFICE sixes and designs. Betty Hlldebrand tamped self-addressed envelope to
Included appliances SOFA BED Brand new. Rust with cream. SHOP, 110. W. Call St. 964-9764. 9648122. 6/21 tfnchg OSJ, 2709 Bird Nest Court. Deland, Fl
washer/dryer. AC NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS Perfect for painting WI BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtoges WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S 32724.; Itchg 10/25 '
Asking $123.
.furnished' ,47 -7942 or 473-7742.
.. with exception of couch. Call Itpd 1025GAMEFISHER drawing covering furniture, kids and also original home equity loan YOUIIUSINISS Will BABYSIT IN MY HOMI weekday
Her 3:00, 964.8106, Saturday ond Sun.. '. 3.9! h.p. outboard motor to color on, etc. $3.00 per roll. Call lox langley at 9645010. 8/09 Hn WANT TO STOP Call 9648672. Itpd 10/25
dey all day. 9/13 Hn In new condition. 473.2875. Itpd 10/25 TELEGRAPH. 135 W.'Coll St. 964,6309. CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOME) 48R THAT'S OURS GLASS CUT TO ORDUb Door, window,

DICECLAUIFIED PONY FOR SALE 7 old gelding. ROLLS OP NAY Order: your hay for the LR, DR, Kitchen stove, refrlg., Alcoholic Anonymous etc. JACKSON' BUILDING SUPPLY,
Pert Welch. $150. year 473-7686 ItchgHOUSES winter and I.ov. It under my bam until dishwasher, carpet heat & air. Excellent '..- $ .99ALANON .....". 9646078. Order also tok.n 'In lake
I needed. Roll of Alicia $25 at barn;' "" fishing. 9646250. Bulllngion. Bu 'ler. 4963079. .nd Keystone
ADVERTISING.hould be submitted FOR SALE T" Argentina Bahla $20 at barn. Hay barn 8/30 tfn FAMILY GROUP Helahls, 473.4973.2/26 tfn
l to the Lak. Region Monitor office 7 mile N. of Starke on' Rood 16. BY OWNER Quiet close convenient. 964-6219'
M1 In. writing and paid In advance Delivery available at extra .charge. Spacious 4" BR, :2 BA. Lot of storage. pd thru 8/16 GET
: YOUR GREATHALLOWEEN
I ....,..* credit I I. already established 11 1/2 ASSUMABLE MORT Keystone 782-3727 after) 9 or 9646167. Arthur Chalnllnk carport, workshop. Pecan I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMEr Five" day a ,
with this office. Club Estate 2 BR 1 1/2 bath, Gasklnt. 10/18 ton 1.96 acre. Good gardening. Down wee). Call elaine 964-8396. 10/4 4tchg. SCARYSTL' ,

I MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD norwealan brick greatroom' ..laundry PIANO FOR SALE'Wantd responsible payment assumable mortgage 10/25 ';!=F HEREI
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN room porch garage, cypress fenced, party to take over payment on Spinet 964.5610. 8/30 tfn BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE $eptlc '
I CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER bock yard, walk to golf cov,.. $46,500with Console Piano Can' be teen locally. CROSBY LAKE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA, Third tank pump-out grease trap, drain
THE TELEPHONE. $11,500 down. 473-2538 eves. or Write) (Include phone no.) Mr.. house from boat ramp. $42,500. Ph. line relald. Residential and commercial.
I Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon weekend 9/13 tfnchg Verbeck. P.O. Box 612. Astor Fl 964.6250. 10/11 3tpd 10/25 Fully ,licensed. Reasonable.
I prior to Thursday publication. DEEDED LAKE ACCESS Almost new 3/2 32002. 10/18 2tchg 10/25 10SS NEAl COURT 3 811, 1 BA. Rent to 9648121. 10/18tfn
Minimum charge I 15 word.for$2.79 on 1Vt\ 'wooded acre 'with ,live oak, ,QUARTER HORSE. Race-bred brood ,buy; Excellent condition. $32,500. JERRY ELECTRICAL Now In Starke.
, then 10 cent for each word thereafter. privacy. Central H/A, 12x20 screened more Immediate dlperal tale. 964.6250. 10/11 3tpd 10/25 Reasonable prices, Fr. estimate,
porch garage, laundry. $52,000 McGinn Ronch, 9645078. 10/18 2tchg ON LARGE CITY LOT 4 BR home, fenced. 24-hour service. 964-6897. 10/184tchg
i PERSONAL "' 73.27&4.2tDd 0/35-11/1" 10/29 Larg. living room and dining room, kitchen 11/08
SERVICES BY OWNER 3 BR, 1'/o BA 1'/o yrs old: If M-WARD COLOR TV with stand, $150 I hot'lot of cabinet space and pan BALLET II CARPOOL: WANTED
CH&A In Clay County. Beautiful 1 ac.treef and Four 14" brand new rim' $50 Call '''try. Newly painted, papered and Thursday From Stark. to Gainesville Ir '
CARPENTER:WORK* Remodeling work / covered lot, fenced backyard 4682063. '0/252tpd 11/Of ..carpeted. Central heat large shade Class meet 3:30 to 4:30.: Age 6-8. Ph.
kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. d.ck. $48,900. Call 473-7272 or CURIES CYCLES Hwy.301 South. LayAWay free* with utility building. Needs an .9645078. 10/18 2tchg 10/25
Reasonable prtcetj Call 473-4018 oft.r 1.259.2138.9/20 HnYARD now for Christmas.; TRAMPOLINE 'owner and some TLC. No owner finance ENNIS & SON ROOFING Repair. Call The Office Shop
5:30 p.m. 115 tfnchg SALE $299; Go-Cart; Boat Shelter: 'ing. $31.500. Firm. Serious Inquirer on 5332829. 10/18 2tpd 10/25
CARPET AND VINYL Repair and In Motorcycle.. Itchg 10/25 ly. Coll Jessy, 372-7734 or 4623998.' CARMICHAEL'S PAINTINOl Interior-
stallation Fr. estimates. T.n year SALE 26' CONCORD TRAVEL TRAIURi' Fifth .10/254tchg 11/15 Exterior. Ref.r.nce.. 473-7527 10/25 110 W. Calf .. 964-.57.4

experience Call 473-4217 and ask 'for Wheel. $2,995. Call 964.5606.10/25 tfn :2 BEDROOM FRAME HOME 423 W 2tpd 11/01 .
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Craig. 5/17 tfnchg OCTOBER It AND 27 8 a.m. Upright < FRANKLIN WOODBURNINO FIREPLACE. Center St. Starke. $16.500. Phone -
HANDYMAN* All kind of home repair, freezer, dining table with 2 chair, lots With pipe and chimney. $300.964-8674. '.3 .4.3069. Itpd 10/25
mebllehoma r.palr., and fix-up need. of misc. West on SR-100 to Mailman 10/252tcho 11/01

No |lob too .mall. Minor plumbing Road and look for signs. Itchg 10/25 PLANTS FOR SALE From atalea to, ,"( MOBILE iMl uIM, ', Ir ? '"I. ,
repair Cleaning tervlce. light haul- HWY, 26 and 2I9A October 27 and 28. plant In hanging pot*. Friday. Oct. 26 HOMES

Ing. Call Jim 473-3671. day or evening (Antiques., trolling motor., 2 wheel Saturday Oct. 27. from 9-4; 101 N. Ep- ] FOR SALE
5/17 tfnchgCAIMICHAEL'S 'motorcycle, odd and end, strop gold person St. 10/29 Itchg.. ,
PAINTING Interior. I and (lIv.,. Itpd 10/25 CHINESE PUG PUPPIES 5 week old. Call Magnolia Hotel
YARD BALI 8 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy.
exterior. Reference.; 473-7917 6tpd ///HALLOWEEN a.m.-6p.m. 782.3253.1tchg 10/29' _
9/37.11/Os / Sat.. Oct. 27. Clothe, small appliance COLOR TVs $99 and up.Next, to Starke '301 N. Starke. Come tee Dee Ramon

.HOUSECUANINO.* dependable home. f *, game and much more. N.w Truck Stop,','south of Starke. 964-8212. for the bargain, 964-4414. or. 964-4778.
and used. Bargain Xmas deal. Her- 11/24 tfn 4/26 ton Rooms
or newly constructed home clean-up.
Have reference.. 473-2289 4tchg nondei St. Keystone Club Estates. Itpd MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Window & 11x40. MOBILE HOMEs 2 BR, 1 BA. CH/A.
'O/ .10/25 10/25 door, plumbing and elec. lupplle: $7950. Call 964-4763' In aft.rnoOn or
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also furniture BARGAIN CENTER. J, 191.2401,10/4 4tchg' 10/25 Y
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mile South of Stark. 3/01 tfn
reliable. Reference. available. Call.
Sunday lots of, furniture clothe, 30.06 Partly furnished. 10500. 964-4693. for Rent
HUNTING SPECIAL
47S-265S.vening.2tpd 10/18-10/23 Remington '
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High Rldg. 10/11 3tchg 10/25
Model' 7400 $300. Firm! Marlin.
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473-3956.. Itpd 1025WANTED' .... callbur rifle $f40 Rem MOBILE HOME FOR SALES Keystone
!behind on mall, typing filing, oHIce magnum ;
work I am'' temporarily' your. K..p ington .22 long rifle,..$79; Marlin,..44coIibur Height 2 BR across from lake E For Permanent Residents
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Geneva. $89.00 month $100 down.Must .
this numbet.473-22894tchg 10/18-11/8 magnum rifle, model 1894 with per

PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS Agee 6-13. cope, $160; Ruger mini 14 .224: callbur 473-7560.remain Bill. 9/27 on lot tfn'COMMERCIAL for five year .................. ...........................
415.2633.2tchg 10/18-10/25 rifle with extra, $329; 12 gauge
CAR DETAIL shampoo carpet, wash and shotgun single (hot. $50.:Long-wheel
wax. $25vCall 473.2278Itpd' 10/25: Church < *. base topper'' for Import, truck Our Special Offer -
fibergla $150. Call! 485-154. 10/ 5
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.Chuck Sotterwhlte. State Form' In-+ Needed 2tchg 1101WOODBURNING '
'' STOVEl Wood Chief mc 'RENT/LEASE.. i.I'," : Rent 3 WeeksWA'tfi '
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(uronce. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Community Church '2"velvet chair $90
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Lawrence. Blvd., Keystone Height, anytime, 9645963. Jtpd 10/29 last Cell.& Thompson St. One. block
from City Hall. Make an offer ((904)) [
473-7272.1119 tfnPROWSIONAl : PECANSi We buy sell or 'crack any
"'-,",. Clyde W. Simpson 1119
LAWN SERVICE Complete A' amount.Open 6 day a week? Waln-
Barnett Bunk Building, Jacksonville, FL
lawn ,care and maintenance.Commercial wrlghf Pecan. Starke Farmer' FREEOffer
or residential. ,Free 11 ; Market Highway 301. North. 10/25 32202. 10/2S tfn

animate 475-2197 evening802/ Hn iI" .. .'" '4tchg 11)5MISCELLANEOUSS "
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jJ1'f"t' ) Queen. silo! hide-a, LOST/FOUND Expires Nov. 3, 1984
MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS bed sofa, ranch style leatherette. $235: .

large vinyl recllner, $40: RCA/X1,100
Closed: ,.1'\ Console TV. 25", exc. pk. S sound LOST RED VINYL KEYCASB with "v' tl "' "
ANONYMOUS
window 220 V.. $100 8 numerous keys. Finder Call 964-4819..'
$225; AC unit. :
7 'meeting*Friday Monday 8 .8 Alanon.p.m. Op.n'"nge Monday t.> Subscribe' I. .. mm Movie projector screen, $12: T"- Itpd 10/25

p.m. at Educational ,, Hefflhfs Pony ,lamp, $9; 1971 Corvette, garage
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473-279O kept excellent hope, $6,900, or r
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,or Building 75-213O.dnchg Community 473-2210 far 4 s.ng.rcar.Call964.6463.itpd. BRADFORD, COUNTY Subscribe I IIn I

: OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS- due*, ? ,, ;, : ... . TELEGRAPH Quality

j ,;fee. or weigh In*. Open meeting 964-6305 Stark; '
: Tuesa/' 7:30 p.m. Cor/imunlty/ Church '. Subscribe_ I Call Monies Auto Detailing

:7 Educational Height. 473-279O.Building.. pd thr 1126lfncltg. K. sloe... rif& --=; 'Clay Hill Feed .. 964-6303 I We Clean Cars Trucks,

: MAC; RAT. Buy, Sell,, and'trade. Ued fur- Janet M. LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 SR, lUt BA, Vinyl .& All Types RVs.FreeflckUp.

:nlrura., appliance, houehold Items, I ; 282O063 ,Mlddleburg tile, CH utll., rm.. gar 1404 .....ft. en
collectable' *, glo.w;.. 'old /lewerly, RCAUOI? '$tarllng'.Realtor .50 Lb. Supr Block . :.:- .,$7.75 V4-Ac. (woods 1 creek on E. Sld.J Con Free Delivery .

j' ...".tools" ; ... 473-2183. tfnchg 7/26 500 Lb!,Supr. Block. . .$67.00 crete drvwy on pa/d St. near shad Come by lake Chevy-Olds, ask for
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Or$64,00TonI00tbi2I 121. lake Butler. Carpenter/- ) Steve or Ella McMohan or call '
I . . . painter '.
1 TRUCKS ; or.o. $8.78 may earn tip to $6.200/eq
CARS
USHER I 21o'Ac.l, 782-3931
JANE S. \... $2.000 per .100 lb.Whale Corn. . . .$9.50 "1,000. $1.600 dn. Owner, 1-7S5-4149. ,
} ft BOATSW4 a 9 .Ac.:, Py'd frntg. .t7S2tM va.
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Your Union County Realtor

I.QS" .Needs work.$500,TRACTOR 496-2126 or .'6.2903MO 1, *.SO 20 Ac.Ac.: Cov'd$50.000 In pine' *. _.'ERA Tiffin & Owens', Inc.: **. Over.100 Chennel. .

*..1955 Casetractor. For port W.Main St..lake Butler.. .STATELYOLDER HOME: CARLSONHome '
t Make, offer. ]4737057. 4tchg
Realtor t
7 10/25-11/15 3 BR. 2 BA $45,000. Satellite System 'Inc.
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3 ,' REMOTE QUIET. SET.TING Formerly FAULkNER REALTY Hwy, 100 W-Keylone Height
', Real Estate. ,. :2 BR. 2 BA. $37,750. ) U904UZ3.-2.46 I /
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'' kin hop I Ij. "Ever Make r FEED STOREI545.000. Ieey.ttelit7 Across from Wishbone I

.'j., wp.a,0l1Tm _.... I LIQUOR STORE Mfl '.-Frt,>, !)...... to Slip P..... Soturdoy'e.m. t2 noo:,
AND LOUNGE'SERVICE
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HOMES .3 BR, $25,000: home on 6.1 ocre Immokolee Rood, outside of Keystone QbineivlIe.Sun)! Is now looking for'
.BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE BRICK HOME on $ pav'd Height 187.500.00.
frontage'
FLORILAND'REALTY (plus) acre In lake Butler. With SUPER lace 1do. ? !:-. *9 ACRES with 3 BR. 2 BA brkk. Fireplace, pecan,tree*. an early morning motor: route carrier In.

... Meal. for boo A office combination. ((904))712-3931 Only $99,900. the Starke area. Good monthly supplement

Fronts 2 .......* easy IICC... for professional P.O.Drawer. M" ,*20 ACRES with' nke 2 !S.* frame homo, Reduced to In retu'raf a short time eochdoy' '

I {i '964-7705 or commercial u...' Ha potential for Incomes 301 S. Lawtey 65000. Responsibilities' Include 'dally '
'" Cell and find out TRACTS OF LANDr and small. .
producing 'Investment,. me mmon. :*.WE HAVE SEVERAL targe
'. 393 N. Temple Ave. hew. For appoiMmaM.nytim. to Vaw. JANE lakefront. Call for details. delivery, by 6:30 p.mv and monthly. cote "

,. 1 / '. Odom A S. USHER. REALTOR.s"JUSTTHIRIGHT. .Horne workshop' ,' '*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Hwy 301 N. & S. (lections. Reliable transportation and
'J ,BrokerOKIa SIZE I'"' Beautiful 'country Breezeway MOVE IN 2 BR. 1 BA. '
I ; -I. ,, dock boatw/motor, riding *ASSUME. LOAN AND : cash bondKd.posit'nec.sary.'For) more
:; view ,from this hilltop farm with 12 acre*. Pro-. ASSOCIATES' ; .
mow., home I I.funI.hed.Priced Information call 9648170.
; si'j S +a *.HOME FORRENT. ,. In 'vldence ._. Price Reduced" Low Interest ..-\ at $39,000.: .. IRENE FAULKNER 964-5142' SUSAN FAULKNER 964-4048 .
r. c .- Hired to qualified buyer. : LOU YOUNG 964.7525 BOB MATHEWS 964-7281
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,., .pry home, early 1900. NEAR RMS NEW LISTING .bedroom brick' Rental. Room JOHNS 531-2783 REX SIEMER 473-2120
'. Part boil been renovated' home end 2 bedroom ntebll. home ... I lie... ?, '
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1( Could be 2 .*. .. Don't .
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OLDIE, BUT 00001E.,2-story ,
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;;.1,, fllff e1, '..tter.. Excellent. kxetlen.. Over 2.000 **.., ft.' $....,000. .aIEstat. .
I"1. "L --Geed,,LecoHon for Of. ertlelly w/w carpet.... CH&A. Need tender I e .
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,,; ". flee*) BtHhKng .1,000... N. love and care* Owner willing te de miner bedroom 2, both home on Located Cornet: of.SR-l2f.
,. '1' Cold amity be'' two efHcer repair '....) also flnence to qualified ....yer., &SR-T8 Worthlnaton Sprlna
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,,:i I each with ..,.,.. i $hewit .by appointment only. Term oc. $43.000.. End,of Season Special 4963939"329OM"Specializing : '
p t I i ..irsnc.sL tee then. $20 v ACMAGI.3Acllut avallobles
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with lotof tree and tobacco ......./,.,...., en SR 117. r rj>r..'"'totlv. has nw 1968quotHY In ,Farm* : '
.... tlltleNttt Want ,
.1 .r Seme financing available., l In-ground pool \' '
Owner wm hold merrgage. '.1.ACRN.l.r.. pine 1 tree.Werthlnqten 'p".+' hom.M.8 for display pro and Acreage Building wr Mofeito t Home Ur3OO !.
'rt te .,.MfIed evyer.. .i lII' tag. eree.Owner will. HiMnMe at 1O%:'I"' ''' Great savings for .' t'
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.....'' h.m..wnar. who qualify.
:;.t i f yra.:.," Has .' e ACRMt Super bunting .r. f rice '
.ly'l. I smreery'for "< -. cencreteem ,I 1,_.. Owner nnoncln,. River. Irentege. 2.000' .fR8MTALS .... r IMM.T .?pI1115591t NSM*: .p;e.l. conc: .pt and .boot Now ,Renting :Mini 'W r>*> MM**., '
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.Padgett.Raymond; Durban, .Ington Larry Shannon Justin, MeElhenny Wayne Boalwrlght.pmches daughter of Mr. and Mrs! II.F. Wigof( Mr. and Mrs, tarry Niiegel. ,
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It was the biggestday( of the Pop Warner'football season Salurday '\ '
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I cheerleader Jill Strickland was crowned queen by a vote,,of (the ,", "I, (!
i 150-o JI. Jill ,ls the daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Sonny Strickland of CR225. l
+ Several hundred fans were In the Bradford High stadium for the 2 '
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fl.VV'V ; evening wear which decorated Bradford Field was,escorted onto I 10,
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Mrs. Barbara Long and Mrs. Vergie Darley were the parents in1' .r:. ,',' 1"' :
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The four football games began at 9 a.m. with one each two hours: "'' ,,!I' ,
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homecoming football foe, ,
Ii F The Cowboy Mitey Mites lost 21-14'to Alachua. The Jr. Pee Wees \, .'
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I, The Cowboy Pee Wees won 25-18 and the Jr. Midgets shut out.their
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II III r \ Pop Warner parentaand grandparents attended the game in 1''

which their children, aged 6 to 12, were playing. Some parents fI
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Other parents worked a concession stand doing a steady business in :,'"
I cokes and hamburgers cooked by inmates from Lawley Correctional i t'y.:
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".1'">.1 .. All appeared to recover in a few minutes; ,I,' ",
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1"\ ;' Wainwright a Lawtey native who to his for '
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to make it a big night for the youngsters who did not: get to parade \ i
ii \ >* Members of the ltlK-1 Pee Wee Pop Warner football team are, (CI.d: fhlril row- ItctfKle( Mhierfielil (glen Burch Wyatt ,Collins, Kevin down US-301Ihls year. Actually' the Pop Warner parents were offered =
[" I ?,-' First rowJohnny Gunter,, Tony Hunkcrson, Chris Nortel, Donnie.X WoiHliiril Andy G ter r J Francis Robbie Pudgcl., Chris WillinKhuni. Pee Wee rout-lie 'are Buddy Coleman Ronnie Padgett, and Head' too dangerous for their children; : .
..,' Second rowDanny Colcmati, Jason Morin, Mil( Thompson Mall( Couch Juliilmi Ford '
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The Bradford-Union Girl Scout skills, new songs, square dancingand plete success according to the evula- Kateri is a in a beautiful location''
Neighborhood enjoyed a beautiful made new friends during the lion reports. After three years of with most of the buildings newly con-
weekend at Camp Kateri at Orange three days campout.The neighborhood camping at Camp structed. Although not as many
Springs October 12,13 &14. event was under the leader- Chowenwaw near' Green Cove Springs facilities as in Chow, everyone made
Approximately 230 scouts, ship of Laurie Mullins,who also took it was a new experience for the best of the situation and many t
.headers, and parents learned new the great pictures, and was a com everyone to be In Kateri. Camp, scouts learned to set up tents before 9'v S rr
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recognization. Leaders for the wide- i,1
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Hersey in charge of fire-building;'
Diane Tierney in charge of tents;
t and sports lead by Andrea Abrams
and Senior Troop 669 assisted by .t ,
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Squ....>Dancing... Squar. dancing will be h.ld the second and fourth Thursday Will Appear November 1 .':
of each month at S p.m. at the Masonic Lodge In Stark., corn.i of Call and I
:" Orange. Caller I Is Jim Duncan.: Viltor.welcome. Malnttream dancing. _
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Worthington Civic Club lamaar..Nov. '17, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Wor. Noted concert pianist Martha Anne Verbit, whose solo ,"'.
thlngton Community Center en Highway 121.,Get your beautiful handmade art, recitals have'Included Lincoln' Center the National Gallery t : "
.. craft, and baked good Chicken and rice dinner will be served from 11 a.m. un- ,
In Washington, and London'sVlgn6re: Hall will perform In Ii ; .
'1I2 p.m. for S3.,Free favors. Six free drawing.Ya'll) come. '
j Starke next Thursday evening( }1No'IiJ'I., at 8 p.m. ,
f Shoot..Amerkon Post 56. Edward Rd. Stark. October 27 ,
Turkey legion ,
; With the crowd this' highlight
expectation for of
of a large:
through Dec. 22.l'rom; 1:00: to 6:00 p.m. Saturday only. 'c
( 'the 1384 Santa Fe Community 'College Fall Festival of(the "' II I
Mlcenopy Fell Fetlval..Art. craft and music Oct.27. 9 a.m. til dutk. Saturd y' ,." \,. .'
Performing the which is and to'the .
f'onlyi' i !, Arts concert, free open sI ::1.
'public, 'will be held ''in the ..sanctuary'oj the First United -
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Suwanne RI economic'; Council, Inc..Boord of will ; on "
November 5, 7:30: p.m., at Cedar River Rettouront, loke City. -.j, "Methodist Church. Miss Verbittwilt' perform on the churth's
: ,.r. .' new Yamaha; grand piano, which pianist Boris Lvov praisedlast ,, '
>/ Sweet Adeline*...Thl woman'*borbe'nhop music group meet each Monday at ,
as the; finest Instrument In the world today, better x'm
; 7:30: p.m. at the United Church Golnewllle. \Women Interested In singing four year '
''part harmony ore "Invited 1 to i, -. ,.- than ft Steinway". ,;; <
.Miss Verbit Is a frequent soloist'.with the Boston Pops Or, 'I
,; .arberfator*... This male barbergator% group meet each Tuesday at 7:30 '
: p.m. In the P.K. Vonge Musk room. 1000 SW lth. St. Visitors' welcome. ,; .. chestra and has appeared with the.Newport Music' Festivaland ': fay, w

:'r Trinity .'Iee..... Cbvrch.i.. Meeting h.Id.och w..k In the Parish ti u.. InBoy the American Liszt Society Festival. I'
I "JtucN 1 Born In Fitzgerald, Ga., Mfss'Verbit' has a master's degree

Scout Troop 109 each Tuetday at 7 p.m. > tf. ; In music from Boston.University and studied at the Eastman ',. :. .. i,
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!I'-' Cub Sceut Pocks 109 each Monday,night at ,::30 p.m," "' '?, : School and Julllard School of Music:!:Her teacher 3,were Anne '"
I f ,irownle" meet Monday ot :9 p.m. 'A"l\ ( <'I> 'Krauss ArmandBasilat,, Beta: Notf and 1 Martin ,Canln":, Ac '.' .;.:. ,
i Girl Scout meet Monday at :3 p.m. ,I' :Po 4 (( *'"V.lplorer .,-*, 'r'claimed \ : .' ,I
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\\1' trained for years In ballet[ and\tMHJfre explains ,he extra : : / that, r the
,,$torl e.Joyp/Chlll luncheon l It o.m, to 1 p.ml; Donation $2.00.: : ptayihgta; ; I*'* Public i /dimension that critics 1 note in :her performances -* an ; )providing;p potent. end! to art, (lluminetine( : \
;! rtoitewee* Perty et Iredlard County LIbrsry..Octobet 3O 4 to S. '
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support In their efforts to quit smoking relaxation techniques, identify their FEE$25preregistration/$30at-the-door, ,' -' -"yS'iF-W' I rpl '.
the Center for Health and triggers, encourage exercise and
Fitness is sponsoring a Freedom help devise, ways to avoid weight' rbpI Unlimited attendance at either class. 6 week session.. '' ''rl, :;" ,>'/ ', .
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Oct. 26 -'Nov. 1 INTRODUCTORY OFFER :

DyMarkFrledlin. assistance that have been made volume of calls we are gelling"
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nCT Staff Writer even though they try their best. If you are able lo help the Society J
; Bradford County Humane Society Unfortunantly many of the calls to eit her I(trough volunteer service or a1 Irecci/// "I "
'members say they are pleased with members Come during the evening financial donation, you are urged to;i); /2. Price "
,the progress made In the past year or weekend hours when the Alachua attend (he general meeting. One,of,>,' I!
by.their volunteer organization and facility is not open. The society's the. major items to be discussed I wilt JDffriday j E5 ACU EAR!TABS '1 '
hope to attract new members from already small budget Is being strained be the establishment of a iow-cost ,
,the local community who are"concerned to the.breaking point from (he.ex- sp y'-neutering program, which f fI
about the poor conditions' for I Ira expenses.Many society members say,is (he most rf'j 7:00.9:05
:stray, animals In the area. limes we have to 'provide quested service. :" :
general meeting will be held short term care for severely injured Allinieresled may secure further Sat. & Sun. 5:00.7:05,9:10 f
,Thursday. Nov 1 at the Western animals at local velernarians," information by contacting ,Mrs': CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION! ,
,Steer Resteraunt at 12 p.m. and Newsome commented. "We cannot Harry Coimey, 964-8827, or by M & W 9.6; T & Th 10-8.;; Fri 10-5; Sat 10-1: n
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members are urging citizens who continue to do this indefinitely free' visiting! (he Bradford Humane ncier 1 RiVEINStarke "
'are interested to attend,(this Dutch of charge due lul I he ever-increasing ty. P.O. Box 294, Sia ke. ,,,?( !
".,;Treat luncheon. <" ': 1 964-7484, l
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-"There is a definite need for a pro- '>,' ; f' 1 i.i.ACUSYSTEM
gram of this type to care for animalsin 4';JI', Fri. thru Mon.An 372-0403. ,
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distress in this county'," com i"W may give advice but we cannot give conduct. Victor "
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the creators of"Police
Academy
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and the star,of "Splash.
calls needs to be established. At the
present time, there is no provision P
'countywide pickup of animals p '
'that urgently need attention.
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'handles 10-13 calls per.week, per. .:.
laining' (to stray, abandoned, or injured y A man*tradition
animate.Upkto every woman should know about. 4400 N.W.,23rd, ,Ave. ,4
I this, point, the society has .
[been encouraging callers to. PLUS Gainesville; Florida \ .ft
.transport t the animal to the Alachua ((1.z ,
.County 'Animal Shelter, due.to the Porfcys "I ',': '' ,' '. ':' "Locations; .through-out FferSda V'1'JI
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!lack of. facilities here in Bradford '
ICI. a Show ne: 7:30:; "i\4A'Dntgfest Device And Behavior Mi dlilcarian tot W tjh< & Smoking '" j
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shelter the animals are held for a Y
reasonable period of time. while officials -
attempt to place,, the animal
!'up for adoption.If Skyline Home Center Inc.
adoption ,is not possible, the e ,,
animals are humanely euthanized (Across from Highway Patrol StotionJ> .

again at no cost to the caller. 2303 NL 'Ave. Starke Florida'I I ,
Humane Society members here say Temple '

animals this seems raom preferable the county to letting slowely the Below,:Cost' Specials I on Winter Merchandise (Phone 964-4414 or 964-4778 ,

starving. '* Sweaters Ladles Coats Winter Dresses
For those unable to provide '
transportation to the Alachua facility Jeans Coati *' Winter Gowns) *, Housecoats
I ,the Bradford chapter has been at OLDEST SKYLINE DEALER IN TOWN1
tempting with: the help volunteers, 20% I
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lo'::provide transportation without, > _.. ',
cost to the caller." :(Regular"and Reduced)
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ford Society members has been In- .KENWIN ''"\ 'I'' .
'creasing steadily, but there are onlya 'SALE STARTS' > 111 W.'Cafl St., rf, ':G.., ,''I 1I
; limited number of volunteers Oct. ,8-31, '84 964-8824 Statke, Florida "
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Seven arrested been placed on the recovered pro theft from a service Btationln Union Central Lumber. Bennett. Police Depart-
persons have been at thin time as officers are still County (Rivera will becharged, in Ernest Williams, Jr. 22 of Rivera has an 'long pn the cases
and charged with numerous which busy attempting to recover more of Union County on this case.) Lawtey, charged with Lurgiarygrand record' in Dade County an4, .
burglaries and grand thefts the stolen property.The Eddie Bailey, 20, Route t Box 807 theft from drive-in theater in Bradford County for the some fifteen
'occurred recently in Bradford County break in the cases developed Starke,burglary and petit theft from and Air Park Baptist Church. months or so, said Bennett. that
when the sheriff's department Wayne Wall, burglary and grand Lawrence D. Slocum, 18, 922 E. Tyler has an extensive already ar
,'; As a result of a joint investigation and the received information that several theft from Terwlllegar Motors, the Brownlee St., and Carl L. Foster, 19, record and Bailey and the participated in
by the sheriff's department, much of boxes of hamburger patties and hot city yard and a service station in Route 1 Box 277, both of Starke old juvenile also have arrests are
Starke Police Department been dogs stolen from the 310( Drive-In Union (Bailey was charged.in Union charged with burglary-grand theft records. depart'n con
the stolen property has Sheriff Theater on October 14 had been sold County on this case). from Union County school bus at
recovered, according to at Lett's country Corner in Hamp Richard D. Tyler, 18505 N. Bradford High School ton Oct. 12, the Slocum is a convicted
> Dolph Reddish.. Westmoreland St., Starker; charged night of the football game between has served jail time. of the job done
Sheriffs deputies and the police ton.Arrested were Ismael Chico) with burglary and grand theft from Starke and Lake Butler. Foster is on probation for investigation
department investigator were kept Rivera, 38, Lincoln City, Starke. Sun Ice and burglary-grand theft Rivera appears to be the, 'ring according to the state the cooperation
busy during the week of October 15th charged with burglary and grand from the school bus barn:{ft. leader' since he usually was involved ficfi law enforce
making the arrests and recovering theft of the drive-in theater, A 17-year-old juvenile, US-301 and his vehicle was used in most Sheriff, Reddish stated hoursof'' hard
stolen property which had been sold burglary and petty theft from south, Starke charged with of the burglarles-'according to:Investigators department'.will file : s f[ cases" ,; "said
throughout the county. No value has Wayne Wall, burglary and grand burglary-grand theft '.from. Crown Don,Denton and Ricky those cases worked by hIS .

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She was released after 'a $170 cash Thomas Mitchell Ed Ards, 33, Randy A. Busby, 27, was arrested was a total oI$14,580.78ofuhexpend. Commission, according to Sheriff
Arrests, in Bradford bond was posted. was arrested Oct. 14 for possession Oct. 11 for possession of cannabid, ed funds returned to pie County Dolph E, Reddish. ,
of cannabis, acceding to Sgt:, Wilkinaccording to Trooper Langston.
Arrests in Bradford County during James Allen Norman, 24, was arrested son. Edwards was arrested at the Busby was released after a $250
October by local authorities includethe Oct. 5 for trespassing a struc- Econo Lodge, he was released after surety bond was posted.
following; ture, disorderly intoxication and a $250 surety bond was posted.
Joe David Raulerson arrested Oc- resisting arrest without violence,according BC Sheriff Returns
tober 7 for possession of cannabis to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Robert Thomas Phillips, 24, was 0.. Unused Funds
and possession of drug parpher- Total bond was set at $600, Normanwas arrested Oct. 11 for possession of 1983-0-. '+
nalia, according to Sgt. Wayne released on. his own less than 20 grams of marijuana acAs required by State Law, the 'tC1rt
Wilkinson. Bond for the charges was Ronald Lloyd Byers, 29, was arrested cording to Trooper W. O. Langston.Phillips Bradford County Sheriff's Office
set at$1,000,Raulerson was releasedon Oct. 4 for disorderly intoxica- was released after a $250 closed out its Fiscal Accounts as of .
his own recognizance. tion and resisting arrest with surety bond was posted. the 15th day of October. 1984: there lXdfl 4JPMm,
1 violence, according to Patrolman
Jeanie J. Davis, 26, of Waldo was Dwight Groves. Bond for the '! ,
arrested Oct.6 for retail theft. Davis charges was set at $200, Byers was
was stopped in TG&Y where the released on his own recognizance.. HALLOWEEN COSTUME
stolen merchandise was recovered.. recognizance.
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Wednesday., failed; to appear for his trial A 25-year-old Starke woman was James Miller and Tami' Miller.

The jury trial was delayed 40 arrested October 20 for fighting and
minutes refusing to go home according to :;
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appearance of Patrolman Paul RhoiienJo ., ,.
James Price. The trial proceeded Traffic Arrests IQI
without Price, and after a short with Alice Goodman was charged In Bradford County ...I"I\.J"A".I"'h
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verdict. Sentence was,imposed by The following traffic arrests were .: '
Judge George H. Pierce for Price's recognizance.: : made In Bradford County during the ;:""r'
second DUI charge. Price was' past two weeks according to local !..,',' '
sentenced to 10 days jail time, Two' Men Arrested authorities. ''): William Frazier, 38, of Starke was Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
license suspended for five years, a For Stealing, u arrested October 13 for driving while 1',
fine of $650, attend driving while intoxicated (' Bradley D. Wagner 19; of Lake 'Intoxicated and no valid driver- Halloween "Spook" Sale
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school, six months proba Two Starke men arrested for inking Butler was arrested October''12 for license, according to Patrolman W. .
tion under Salvation Army supervision furniture from the Magnolia driving while intoxicated, according C. Reno. Frazier,was released aftera Saturday October 27 at 8 am 6 pm
and Hotel in Starke have been charged, Marshall Tommy Raulerson.During .
$200 court $300 cash
pay cost. with to bond was posted. Treats for In the family. Spook Items Include: toole'Turnature : .-
Price was in court on Monday for burglary-grand, according a traffic stop Raulerson found a everyone
the jury selection, according' to, Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. large bulge in Wagner's clothing James Franklin Bryant of Hampton toys, custom swings, custom clocks, jewelry, trick or treat
Assistant State Attorney David Fredrick Adolph Olson, 29, and which was a bag of, marijuana. was arrested October 14 for driv novelties and free Bibles and !tract for all who come. "
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Giant. Dale Lee Lamonte were arrested, Wagner was additionally chargedwith ing under the influence,according to Take 100 2'/ miles East of Starke to 24th Avenue follow signs.
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October 8 after they were seen possession qf cannabis.: : Bond Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Bond for i
removing the furniture from the for the charges was set at $550, the charge was set at $1,000, Bryant' Nursery open Tuesday-Saturday. 9647109
Trial Date Set hotel and taking it to an address on Wagner was released after surety was released on his own'I Come See Our: Sales People in Costume
Thompson St. Bond for the charges'was bond was posted. recognizance.
For Prison OfficersA set at$4,000, both men remain In-

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with two counts of forgery: and. 'W.,. ; ., ..
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escape maps, fireworks and am- Marriages Dissolved ,
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.most Brian secure Edwards housing, 31,wing.of Raiford and )Marriages dissolved :during the I Ii', > ,,a f4Ra ".

Byrdus McKenzie 47,of Lawtey are month of September In Bradford., ,' "
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Bradford County'Courthouse Both
were given pubJic defenders when Harold F. Godwin and Anita !P.
they proved Godwin. L
Other former 'officers ,facing Richard Chandler and Jacqueline
charges of dealing contraband: are Chandler\ ,
Roger Gayle Harvey, a1.1.of Thomas N. Cahgnon and Phyllis
Keystone Heights and Claud Shef- A. Cahgnon. .
i field 43 of Starke.Three of the men ,Herman G. Jones and Patricia P.
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In Bra'dtiCCouut: ,, s;"!.j 1"I' Ilecsett & ''Jhrlwlr; : .Dim rot !o Q l$. oj ", n .:. Lake to ohn ;r eon S. Tyn: & Alyce Vernctte,Patterson for Keystone Club Eatate'to' ,. ,: 'rZ
Land sales'' recorded in BradlordC'Junty sJd'a( parcel of land on Thomas W. Manning sold ari< STfyv: dall for 18,000.. $29,500.Ralph. Price for $37,000. '. :, ':
Edwards Rd. across from Bradford "cre Keystone Developers of Bradford, P. Arthur W. Schulz J. Velta
during the week of October 5 of.ula"d near Bayless Bryan, Edgar Sr. 4 J. Cauley
rose to the $659,1)00) mark. The Square ot Peter J. Gianas for to Steven Alan Highway Inc. sold a parcel of land near and Harold A. Bishop III sold a sold a parcel of land southeast ,of:,\
largest sale was Fortune Federal $79,000. Talcott Brown for & Susan. Paradise Lake; to Walter H. & .parcel of land west of Heilbrun Spr- Lawtey to E. I. DuPont QeNemourtT: '
Euston L.: & L. Norman $25,000. Phyllis. Rees: for $ .SM ,." +J' .
Savings & Loan property.on'Wj!: ., Margaret John F. & Gertrude ines to Paul C., Jr. & Carol A. & Co. for saa.ooo.
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sold of land Bn-e.R-229:: at ;
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Madison St., in Stark..tq.JRtorida. for lot of Seminole Ridge to Miles'C ..
CR-229 io James Wayne Nf oinan i!& v .. ,
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Federal Savings & Lie Msoe atlo1! -' 913,500. Sharon R. Banning for $J4,500r,, .!F} I
for $225,000. Kenneth Linda< Ann Starling solda John E. & Mary B. Crossmarrkbld i'
Walter Williams & Son, Inc. solda of land Sfl-18 just east of a lot in Peeks Addition in Stark&to GRAND :
parcel on
parcel of land just south of Lawtey for BRooker to Clifford J. Mary Lynette Gary w- & Donna L. Brewer for REMODELING VIDEO SALE : :
to Albron J. & Cathy L. Carter Jones for $41,800. 17500. ,

$11,500. Sandra Rosier Griff sold a parcelof Maxie p. Reddish & Raymond R. .' .
George P., Jr. & Edna N. Ogletree land on CR-125 northwest of Secrest sold a parcel of land in
sold 14 acre at Broadway It Chris- Lawtey to James Vf. Parker and Woodlawn to George R. &: Ruth" L.
tian Sts. in Starke to Milton J, & Gilda F. Graham for $35,000. Burch for 16500. ", ... .:, ,.
Teresa Y. Moon for $31,000. Isaias Sierra Aviles sold several ; .,' r. .j.
Betty Jo Hudson a parcel of land lots In the town of Hampton to J. D, .
southeast of Starke to Patrick"P. & week of October 12 Jr. & Vernie P. Odom for $5,000. .. f '" ',I':
Janice J. Stevens for $32,000. Fleet Finance Mortgage, Inc
Woodrow Easterling, Jr. sold lot sold a tract of Geneva Woods',to .
15 of Paradise Shores to Carrol P. & Vernie E. & Gwendolyn M. Thorn, Peter W. & Janice K. White for
Phoebe C. a ter for $72,000. ton sold lot 19 9f Crosby" Lake Shoresto 14000. ,t
Inez A. Green sold a lot'' in Robert Dale &Dctfna Alane Jack M. Courtnay sold 4 acres

Dalewood to Robert C. 4 Agnes Sapp,,,. Bradley for 2300. near Keystone Club Estates to SUP Reduced
for 39000. A. J., Jr. & Jean S. Thomas sold a Dewey & Linda Walker for $15,190.
Richard A. Muriel C. Fuller sold a lot at New Hampton Beach to Roy Jack M. & Marilyn R. Courtnay To
parcel of land on Mimosa Drive in W. & Lucy L. Fileger for 30000. sold 2 acres in Geneva Woods to NOW OnI I t,
Starke to Terry Dale & Linda A. J., Jr. & Jean S. Thomas, William A., Jr. & Rosina W. Bailes ? 575
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Holloway for $57,000, Franklin Delano Thomas & ClariceT. for 6250.
Albert A Longchamp, Jr. &. & Joseph G. Wood sold lot 15 of
Cecelia Terwillegar sold a parcel of New Hampton Beach to James A. & Week of October 19
land just off Bessent Rd. in Starke to Marion F. Davis for 30000.
Virgie Barksdale for $8,000. Florence Saunders and Martha Vernie E.4. Gwendolyn M. Thorn-
); M.M. Jordan, Laura H. Harris & Harris sold 4fc interest in a parcel of ton sold a lot in Crosby Lake Shores .'
Emmett Bright, Jr. sold a parcel of land ort New River to Fla. Pest Con- to George & Mary L. Barbuto for r'YKT VKT 300
land on' Park St. &' Lake St., in trol & Chemical! Co. for $25,400 andDon't $4,900. ,

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Don't let Halloween turn 'Int a nightmare. Guard And don't worry when you find our workers dressed

your little' ones against witches and goblins by bringlike clowns... that's just our cheerful way of stoppinging

in their candies and treats to us for Inspection. others from "clowning around" with your children'sOur '
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REPAIRS ..BEACH CRUISER ?. Member (CSM) of the AtttericpR'FraternifyjsfJZegl.; Estae.JApwaiseri!! ..'$'yeors .experience' In real estat sales.Worked for five years,' tic;

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SthieyRhod n Mrs Lester Chambliss of '
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Rev Schiley"CH t tthoden.;84 of Okeechobee; her great grand Maines;Real'!, Estate. people of Bradford County with
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Dturpdayafternopn, Nit Coned of Arcadia ; :. ;
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Oct.tended 18,ilh at =." .* /' Dade City.Funeral and. Mrs. Paula Douglas of : Lake Butler Area quality sales, service & parts I want <

Born and.raised b\Baker County services were held at :
Rev, hoden.was.\h. son of theists\ ": graveside In Douglas Cemetery at 2 1)) Large 3 bedroom, 2 both home on nice large to be our Hometown Car Dealer.

Berrjan. and Lokie Rewia Rhoden p.m., in Lake'Butler, with Rev. Ray shaded lot. Central heat and air.
former residents Baker County; mond Baer officiating. Archer 2)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on large landscaped
He was ordained .In the New Congregational Funeral Home of Lake Butler in lot,Central' heat &' i
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Methodist Church charge of arrangements.ElmerItedd'. (lIr. -J .i: "i' ,', .'
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1935} served as a Sunday school ...i I':._:r';. \ .': 3))'". 1982"' Fbntstone, :Mpb1)er) aHome'! and-lot., ., 2 ,
superintendent for the district\ for ': ". '..,; bedrooms', 2 baths. : ,' 'i'; ",. : !. ':?v. ', \ '.. I ,'J

eight:years; was the pastor of.the Elmer Redding, 82, orRaiford, 4)) Large residential t lots'-: .owner f financing ..;many I II ; ; "";,'
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HupeNew Grove Church Pleasant died Wednesday morning in the ';'A--- large trees some available for mobile. homes..
Congregational Methodist Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City ''.' I. I r"rI i!
Church, Mt. Zion Church 'of' Mac-: 'following an extended illness. BornIn "- Raiford Area:. \
clenny, River view'. New Congrega- Sebastain, Fla., Mr..Redding ]lived iiltwllM I r a ; : i
tional Methodist In Jacksonville, there until ten years ago, when he 1)) bedroom, t bath'brick' home on one acre
Hargfaves Chapel Church, Blockers moved to the Raiford community .:. of land. Has central he tAt; 1 i i iI

Chapel Church in Vidalia, Ga., He was ,a retired heavy equipment 2)) 3 bedroom, IV4 bath frame'home: on approx.. I I ? I r' A ,
Ruth'.Chapel Church in St. Mary's, operator.. and a" member of the
of 'land.
one acre Central, heat. ,
Ga., 4nd Holton Church of Alma,Ga Church of God.SurVivorsinclude.. .
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His pastoral services extended over his wife, Mrs. For prlc, ,'and more detail, call ',i r I ; ;
a period of 43'years,'serving 'Mine ,,::Gladys 'Morrison Redding of HARRIETT MAINES REALTOR
char 9iee. He also] was elected We Raiford; ; seven daughters Rickie Main. Real Estate l' I ; ; ; 7t '.
office i; of general president of the Snyder of West Palm Beach, Lucille Lake Butler Fla. ..
NewyCongregattonal! Methodist Hartley of Orlando Jerri Lane of r r r. r'!!
Churches. He also ; from Raiford, Diane Morgan of Sebastain, r
the City of Jacksonville.W f .' Margaret Faircloth: of Yulee "
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Wyelene F,, Denver, Colo., and, <>FfHr4ll'lFslcVlIiujip.i I

Ollie Mae Mills Rhoden of. Starke; Aileen Sellers of St. Marks, Fla.; one i ; ;
three'. daughters, Mrs. Virginia son, Cecil Redding' of Arizona; three Frank Williams voted for HB953 which if .
Hamilton of Everglades Mrs. Von- brothers,. J.J, Redding of Ft. pass srI
cille Bessinger of Kingsley Lake and Christmas, Fla. Jesse, Redding of ed would, have taken sev legislative. com- ,
Mrs. }JuanitaScott of Starke; two Ocala and Lawrence Redding of mittees out of the sunshine: I I s rr ..
sons'RavmondvRlMxJe'r of Starke Crystal River; one sister Maude
and ,,Harley'\Rhoden of Columbia, Johnston of Ocala; 30 grandchildren WAS HE WORKING FOR YOU? ??? ; ? II r

S.C.f:.4two, ,stepdaughters,, Mrst and several great grandchildren. :You deserve a' Chance for better ; I ; ; &: ,5&IB; ;
Louise, Brown.of .Middleburg and Funeral] services were held Satur government.On "
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Mrs.,Carol'Aguirre' of Panama City, day at graveside in Dekle Cemetery November 6th vote: ; 7,308; ; '
Fla.] ; one? step son 'Thurman G. at 2 p.m. with Rev. Alvin Lane offlciating '
Willard of Columbia, S.C.;' three Archer Funeral Home of F.L. "Ch ANCE"'' IRVINE. ; 7,988; ; ,

Mrs.sisters Cora: Mrs.Cochran Gertie Mann of Jacksonville of Taylor Lake rangements.Butler was in charge of ar- State Representative, District 21 ; ? tt,8 I ; 88; ; .* f

and Bettie Mae Travis"of Orange Mrs. Nelle Republican ; 1 *tv488; ; *
Texas; two, brothers, RussellRhoden L. YeagerMrs. Pb POIj XDV
of Glen St. Mary and Dillon Nelle L. Yeager, 73, of Lake ; $ 788; i *
Taylor of Texas Butler, died. Sunday morning in the .
Funeral services.were held.:at' 3, Alachua Genera) Hospital, I e s r '
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at Pine Grove Gainesville following an' extended
Congregational Methodist Church in illness.
Taylor, with Bro. John Yarbrough Born in W. Virginia, Mrs. Yeager r a rI ; I A e ; ;
officiating. Burial was in the church .moved to', Lake Butler in 1981,where .\,
cemetery under the direction of Archie 'she had since resided: She was' a I 1 1 t 4, 108We I ; .,.:',a
'}Tanner Funeral Home, of .sales clerk until she retired and was. ,
a member of the Baptist faith.. '",
Stark. '
Survivors: include her husband, are Bradford County's Lease Specialists ....

Mh. Mary E. Wadovsky French, LYeager'of' Lake 'Butler;; ; See Jim Gette for a Tailor Made Lease to, suit ,
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth,Wadovsky .one son, John:P. Yeager of Chicago, -Wy and Whitewaiis;; ; ,
52, of.tarke, doed Tuesday, Oct. 16,? 111.?; two sisters,Gladys Kota of Lake your bud et. Lease payments from 103 a month! '. ..
at her;, home. She was a native of Butler and Myrtle Krantz'of i >
New Jersey and had lived in Starke Covenia, Calif.; .one brother.. John A .<"',
,Lester of California. I.'
for about a year. 4-25
Survivors include her husband Funeral services were held TueS- Hew 84 Chevettes ip tp c oos I,
day morning at 10:30 a.m. In the
John J. Wadovsky, Sr.;. one son
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John ;J. Wadovsky Jr: both .ol Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral ; ; ;
Starkb; one sister, JoyceWoods of' Home of Lake Butler, with Rev; AP16580D13EP19W75&14 / ,.

San Antonio, Texas her mother, Raymond Baer officiating. Burial rii.Ple5fe0P13 S25.H
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Margfeet potrer'of Landing N. Cemetery the Si It! .. '
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Jersey; II 'F-P20S/75B-14 .. W. 5 ? ,
Lake Butler.
Rosary services were held Friday, .. . ; I ;
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Oct. J9, at 5 p.m. in the chapel of Ar--, ,. HP22Sf75B1l5LP235T531S .......r..17..5" I '.l
chie ;jTanner Funeral Home"of ... ?,. ... .. .... ,39"6MUABYlnt6f rry ..,.f
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I' at 11 1m. wlth, twjp,f.-J,ero& Wivo>tu The Prevail r\ 1 WJ""' : .FREE I INSTALdI( N ';:fl'i! ,, ,;;:r"",'" ; :"'fj

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and i father Finlay officiating at 'theirprayers
thank everyone for Limited Lifetime Quality arld Workmanship .
I Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archie Tanner kindness cards andbeautiful Warranty.Frant.Dlsc'
Funeral? Home of Starke\ ,was in, ,flowers.God. sympathy. I e
charge of arrangements, Brake Service Front End Alignment r r
.. bless' each one.
.' Mrs:Jean Long ; The family" of Earl prevail $3995 Most Cars $ -1998 ALL UNITS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE

Mrs.*Jean Long,73, of Starke,died Meat Cars h
Oct. Hat the Northeast Florida State Replace Pads Set easier1, camber and toe-in.:Inspect
Hospital. in Macclenny.] She was bornin Resurface Rotors usp nsJorKl steering. system. '
North Carolina and had lived hereseveral .In Loving Memory! Pack Bearings UflMTmtin $1'..' CHEVY-D LD ;
'- of Road Test TwIll t San . . . SZ4W

Mrs., years.Long is survived by one Elbert Erie Thorntow'who Makl Appointment Today!Service SpectoJj Good Thru 11/4/84
passed October 28'; 1982.
Mrs. Edward of, away
daughter, Evelyn
Casselberry Fla / W. miss your!-am'ltef! 'i uau'ghtel'/ ,
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Funeral services were held in the your love of /life/ '
of the Moore ? We mlsjr rot. .\noreeachi. passing') A 0 US Hwy 301 North .

Burl l was in Oak Grove Cemetery day. Your Wife.Thelma 964-7500 289-9350 372-0103
in Heard N.C. with Archie Tanner Virginia. ,
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and children; Elizabeth Ann, Next Wendy's'-- 964TIREwith STARKE
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of JAX G'VILLE
locat rrangements. ,Robert JameS and Ginger Lee locotions Ocolo, Chleflond & Crystal River
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James O. RedBurton 'Sr. 68
died,Wednesday in a locay'hospitalfollov .. QUANTITY' RIGHTS RESBiBBi
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A native of Tampa Mr.; Burton
had I lived in 'Jacksonville since 1941 f f Beer Wine Mixers. ,
and !was 'a n.ember of the Ft.

a Caroline Na y veteran Methodist serving Church.aboard He was the', ,. :Ifs Wise to Shop at a Homeownedand


U.S.Ranger&! Enterprtseand} and was the Navy the Golden U.S.S. HQ eop rated Price Wise :store. .'

Gloves! Champion in' the WelterWeight
division in 1938. ,He was ,a Check 1 In-Store
Our Many
retired production comptroller from Specials
'NAS and was an avid bowler in the A
Forsyth league for 30 years, which Is i r d e e A GOOOTHRUOCTOBfR31..1984Ancient ,
the oldest and.most prestigious. in.
the South. f
Survivors include,his;;'lvue'Adel' I

Dinkins Burton; ; one daughter, iH1 Lord
Sharon Stone!! one'eon, James K.'
Burton, Jr. ail of Jacksonville; :two Calvert (,
sisters,'Betty Diehl of\Jacksonvilleand NEEDLEPUNCIIED Smirnoff

Blva Lee of Tampa; two grand-' ..: CARPETSNcedlepunch Age. wale' Schenley 'Seagrams Canadian .
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a.m.,' Friday in Ft., Caroline' structlon.,This Is'a low cost process LTR LTR LTR8TAHKC .' :
Methodist Church with Rev Clark whereby:,an'' assembly, of 750 '750 :
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D. Thompson officiating Graveside; Carded fiber webs are compactedand '
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Tuesday ,Michelle\ Douglas, 21, resistant latex 'or other: similar .: HaagenDazs. : .BIue'
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nali randparenta,.>. Ja Da Douglas of Dade City her 'r I order ',that; you may pick and 1ir'leila' .641.11"11 ,.,..

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The investigation! t Is still pending, and JoHvphine: Addison, after an incident abandoned ih a wooded area in a cnr fl'ulU"sIIi: ) were confiscated, said management.WAS .
but no new developments\ have turned Monday led game commission lief! of the Addition's 173Wacre farm |'Rh I !'r, along with a half-dozen
up yet In the case of the marijuana officers lo anabandoned truck: '' ,oil< SR-23K said Dewey Weaver f; )Waif growing In flower pots. HE WORKING FOR YOU???? : /,' ,
I drying shed found( last week containing 88 pounds<< of freshly commission, public information 't';' :Wlfleli, said no plants had,been You deserve for
harvested marijuana, said Fred! II' a Chance better government
: on properly in Union County owned' supervisor ,.w, u. grlw.llglln\ Addison sotf.
1 .1." by Leroy and Josephine Addison, Schneyer of the Florida Departmentof The suspects escaped, bul I HOT! .ThI'eV! no indication! the Ad- On November 6th vote: "
said Florida Department Law En- Law Enforcement ((FILE). (ruck, 08 pounds of marijuana, some,(',idisona: knew about the shed," said
forcement FDLE) Investigator Schneyer said agents have made plalform-type scales and several 4.', $chneyer Wednesday F.L. "CHANCE" IRVINEState
\ Dennis Fisher. no connection between the( marijuana (lower pods were sei'/cd. '";.i>chiieycT also. said (hat (the .'
"We've interviewed everyone who processing. shed and the Ad- The identity of the owner (if I lie '!"S retii'iice (of four chairs al the shed Representative,, District 21 F
may or may not have a connection to disons. truck is being withheld pending iu-4|$r.hudIad investigatois to believe that Republican
ii the case," said Fisher, "We :still, Officers from the Florida Depart' v'esligallon.,; *s fr'e"wiire f two people 01 her'than 1 the Fri POL ADV
have some lab work being done It's men! of Game and Fresh Water Fish 'The drying :shed was found \\\\m'Jwit suspects who abandoned the
difficult say exactly when we will attempted to Slop a suspicious truck'seen "n subsequent (KDLB Investigation/ in a 1' |ruck,Involved! in processing, sh
know something more concrete" leaving the Lake Butler wooded area bithind! the Addison ,!a ied operation
'' Wildlife Management Area Monday'ut residence. A processing table, v;'9'. uhni'vcr said (the investigation .
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in Union County belonging 1 Icr Leroy those only to later find he( truck (used in sprouting p marijuana plants(r j ,
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: Kathy Hobbs} 'both big successes' event, which is not an easy task, TREATMENT OF: "* f
", Sports awards were presented at ,thanks Nancy. ,
Scheduled to appear before Judge Joseph B. Reineke failed 'to ex that time by Senior Scouts Marian '' With leaders now fepling' better \ HEADACHES /> ,.1"
; H. Pierce in Bradford Coun- Sutton, Stephanie Dukes, Dana trained in camping, everyone looks PAIN
t George habit, produced .valid; license Adkins and Shannon Abrams ? I LOW BACK 3
forward to the year ahead. Scouts
Traffic-Criminal Court were 82 dismissed cost.
ty $10
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Troop 614 lead the Scouts Own and y< from Lake Butler, Hampton,Lawtey & ARM '
\1 h., cases received, the final following disposition.defendents Jerry Gainey improper tag, $25 the Cadettes were in charge of and Starke make up the BU NECK PAINS:

cost.Gainey' driving while license graces,before meals. Neighborhood of Brownies, Juniors, | ,, NUMBNESS'. & TINGLING
Nancy Odom was registrar for the Cadettes and Seniors
Terri Weathers Lindsey driving
suspended fined $59,25. ,
while intoxicated, fined' $$281.50. Adam Keith Rosier careless. driving )
t license suspended six: months, must fine $29.Rodney Can today .473-7213 :
attend driving while intoxicated ,M. Cayton consuming DENMARK T.-L
\' (DWIschool, give 50 hours com- alcohol in public 60 days court probation ION INSURANCE I ._ ,
munity service work under Salvation violate no laws of state. CALL ...
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Army supervision. Jerry Wilkison consuming alcoholin MOBILE HOMESCARS ;, ., ,,,. I "..
.,. William Martin Land' driving public', 60 days court probation. I 7 ISM i ,, ., I ,
4 while intoxicated, $218.50, I. ; Richard Tuber D.C. "
,I, ... license suspended six months '. Home Life ': i ". ,, \ :. .. .
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Salvation Army supervision, attendDWI Same Day.Emergency. Appt. ,; :....f ,''J'. :.'h. :
t'' work.school, 50 hours community. Arrests: in BradfordThe 2117 N. Temple, U.S. 301 North ,I Complete Family' ChJrbpraoixtic : .1. ::.. / .'

Clarence Brailey Thompson drivIng cares Including children'f'' "' 'r
following arrests for traffic ,964..7071Mini.Waehouses j .. ,
while license ,
y suspended ort violations were made by Bradford + Workers and -1 "
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be compensation
revoked jail to .
ten days in ( serve the
authorities
County during ,,past
ed weekends 'Ji'alJfo !
) fined
$65.75.
on two weeks. injuries accepted.Most .
Fredrick A. F. Williams,no valid
driver license, produced valid 'Jim Calvin Carroll arrested Oct. 5 x 10's-17 month Insurances accepted.
license, dismissed pay $10 cost; 11 for fleetng-attempting, to elude,
Connie Larry Harris driving while, driving under the influence, refusingto 10 x 10's *,' *30 month TULLER CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
license suspended or revoked, sign citation, threat against public
produced
valid license, dismissed.! servant, battery of,a law enforce- Call For further Information Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights, Flo.

Robert Demps driving while ment officer, possession "of a-controlled 964-7071 MOr1-Fri.;. B:3O6:00Weekends. & Evenings 473-7894,. __ .
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license suspended or revoked, pay substance, according to1
$25 cost. Patrolman Reno. Carroll' was .
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folAaeo*! nn fk $1 4/V1 aiit.Jftt'lr frutnrlJohn -= ::::;--
Frederick George naginsdrivingwhile '
license suspended or revoked ; 1
produced valid license, dismtssedpay Wayne Underhill 35, was ar .
$10 cost.Richard rested October 16 for possession of ,
Wayne' Mikell no valid cannabis, according to Patrolman'' : yraM"" i
driver license, fined $59.25. Dwight Groves, Underhill was arrested {) (1''
after being stopped for having S
Mikell no tag, $25 court cost. .
Walter Swindell an\ expired tag and Groves smelled FI..nal' C1oseout'4T\I/ ...
license suspended lvr'evoked, marijuana In the car.'Bond was ; :
dismissed pay.$10.; set at $500,. Underhill was released
Joseph Stewart driving while .on his own recognizance!
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Jeffrey Andrew Rivers 19.: of 84'
$59.5.Stewart no turn signal, dismissed. Waldo was arrested October 21 foi on All' *I f ":' ,"M. 'I<_'''.; "
Raymond A. Fink Improper driver wilful-wanton reckless driving and .j| ,: l'//!'! :;
license, dismissed $10 cost driving while license suspended, according ,. \ .I.S: : _..< :
pay '' ..11".
Roy Edward Knight driving while to) Trooper D. ..C, Roberts. 1 1 ONLY 1984 ,t. .., ,1>;:':"u..Jr"V:1.>1:' :" ., .t\..:. .1' '
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at.$250, Rivers was t1Rji' '
Bond set
0.;; license suspended or revoked, was ..:,; .. ."f'
pay \t .
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Knight $23 fine, "' h un dc bd. : .,
no tag
,. Adam Keith Rosier; driving While 1 'DaldArthurr'sears41; : of Starke'was -' -:"' ,) "' "'er r', < .,-.Jli"'i', 't l'' r wRMAex.7P :'"'"

license suspended or revoked, ten arrested October 20 for driving r .
days in Jail weekends, pay $59.25 while license suspended and driving .
while intoxicated, according to YOUR PRICE: : OUR PRIDE i fr5t
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fine.Walter Thomas Heath no valid Patrolman Dwight Groves, Sear ,
.'. driver license, dismissed $10 cost. blood alcohol content was ,13 per
Curtis Mayes driving while license cent. Bond was set at $1,000.Sears
revoked was released on his own
suspended or pay $59.25 '
R fine. recognizance.

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