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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04390
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Wilbur Waters and Park. dUate Wilbur Waters has spent six
Special Education Ben Holtzendorf. Another balloting Involves voting to times more than Republic candidate "'
Garage Sale... : 'national interest will .be keep judges in the appeals and B.C. (Ben) Holtzendorf,who has been
Special Education presidential! race between Presi- supreme court system. spared a primary elections.,
Starke Elem. School will ,Ronald Reagan and his And several amendments' also As of ()ct. 19, Waters has spent
a GARAGE SALE nocratle challenger' Fritz Mon- be decided on by voters Tuesday. See $4,497 including a qualifying fee of
from 9 a.m. tit ??? Baked : the editorial page of this issue of The $552.85. Waters lists no contributor
be sold also toWorld.earn Bradford County voters will Telegraph for an explanation of. the other than himself. .
to Disney Interested In the outcome of the eight amendments. Holtzcndorf, as of Oct: 19,has spent
Representative! race between in $739. Holtzendorf filed an undue
Choral Concert Democrat Frank Williams, Dist. 5 Spending... burden petition under which a can- ,
and Republican Running harder and longer Dial Bcounty ..
Sunday Night .' Chance Irvine R-Orange commission Democratic can- '(See Turnout..p.2A), ,
Combined choirs of the
United Methodist Church i..,..:fI, _.sac.angry
First United Methodist .w.r -
Gainesville and the MHMixOK ;
Methodist Church of
present Vivaldi's great : .p ." .
masterpiece, the "Gloria"
night Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m.
BHS auditorium. Open In 4 BlockStarke '

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Sale to Aid b1t ..
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Sherry AreaA
Sherry Brown is a Y U .
fering from a f.tallung 1
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known as pulmonary :: four-block area in NW Starke
Having been a resident directly south of Bradford High football ..
she was moved to Calif. field has been reclassified for a
medical attention. Her i single family residence'and mobile
curable and as a last home mixture.
would like to be able to The area is bordered on the south by
friends here in Starke b Ad dna Street,on the west by Orange
more..that to why your Street.. on the north by Pratt Street ..
ed. This weekend, nt and .on the east by Myrtle Street. '
Sunday, there will be a Adt! After a lengthy discussion last Thursday -
SALE at Mosfcy Tire night, Oct. 25, and in an attempt, ;.
monies made at the sale ua' to begin upgrading what It termed a :;.
deposited In the "Shen)r deteriorating area, the Starke Zoning
Fund" at the Community Board'' unanimously supported Sam
Bank of Starke. If you Bassett's motion for the SFR-MH,mix.Longtime .
items to donate for the
contact Linda Mosley, resident Dewey Williams
!9644865 or 964-5644 or r g opposed having mobile homes in the

: Thomas 964-7146, 9646611. t, 1 area, saying they reduce property.
: values '
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j Revival Events The zoning board "considered two
I, At Raiford Baptist : petitions both containing 18 names.
Saturday;Nov.. 3, at 7 J One petition'opposing mobile homes
j Round-Up Day at First 4 was' presented by WUUams.The other .;
s Church of Raiford, Hwy iwa resmtedtothezoningboardthe ::.'
f .. Raiford. Guest speaker previous month when it approved Otis 1
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Haligren.! Film Ben ; .McKlnney's request ? J ag
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4It.*__ MMiUfc M4w4MrahlbVMnriMM$'ro&| tag;: tlatbarne rr, >l+ !\ 01''
7:30: nightly. Evangelistic: ;; :
will be Greg Douglas > said there are six InobI1eI '*"T>9?
Lake Baptist; Nov. 4 will homes in'the area ".,..and we don't
tendance Day with need any more.".
grounds. Public is : vLJ gyp, y .54,, Zoning Board Chairman Walt
5' Westcott pointed out "It Is an area
where mobile homes already. exist
Moving... and where other housing 1s,...whatT"
The Department of .. "....deteroriated. supplied Zoning
Rehabilitative Services Director L.M. Gaines.Janet .
a new facility located at Turner of the"Zoning Board''
drews Circle in North Office told the board several' times .
This Includes Food Standing '(1-r): Jennifer Brown. Tammy Thomason. Shawn Schmidt. ,
'' mobile homes
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Adult Services, CYF and : llarrell. Richie Taylor Penny Hsleh, and Jody Brown. ', petition favoring
Food Stamps will be 4"H'::; Not shown because they were gone on a field trip the day the photo was,: was do with McKinney's SFR-MH and mix had reclassifIcationmove nothing to

day, Nov. 2, at the are Dawn Scott, Usa Rlx. and Kay.Allen, ,* by the zoning board.The Oct.25
which at the south end of ,'
H1. Issue was not McKinney's''mobilehome
building. '\ but reclassification of the four-
1 block 'area, Director Gaines em
Choral Concert.. ] : ord High, School phasized. Zoning board members
however considered it a promobilehome
A choral concert is set petition.

day: Nov. 3, at 8 pm. In an history, advanced biology Freshmen...' Williams said his named was forged
auditorium by the II, Spanish II, and dramaJennifer Brown, daughter of Mr. on the pnHnobile home petition,
and Bradford Middle ) Lisa Rix. daughter of Mr;and Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin Brown or-Starke., which also contained ,the named of
Choruses. Rix of Starke.Miss Rlx Is enroll Miss Bmn Is enrolled in algebra I, Williams' wife Gladys. Williams said
Admission Is $2. in anatomy and physiology ad physical science, Spanish I practical the names of an but two area
will be admitted free. American history, Spanish I, business skills, and chorus i If. 'residents 'were on1' his anti-mobile
Invited to attend.Highlighted English 10, and personal typoJody Brown son of Mr. and Mrs. +home petition. .
on the Marvin' Brown of Starke. Brown Is How,many new,homes have been
middle school chorus will Schmidt, son ,of Dr. 'and enrolled in life ) skills,. built in the area, or upgraded in the
song "An the Pretty .John Schmidt of Starke.Schmidt Florida, history, Span I. honors past '10 years, questioned.Chairman'Westcott.
arranged by Ruth enrolled in algebra ,II. advanced English 9, and chorus II, ', : .. .
Highlighted on the high F history woodwind bandTodd Gillenwaters, son of Mr: and Dewey Williams, relenting on
will be the hit song : biology I, and Latin I. Mrs. John. Gillenwaters of Starke. his contention for permanent housing,
the Broadway musical," .: Gillenwaters IsMatory enrolled in algebra I,, said mobile homes reduce the property
ranged by Ed LoJeskL, : Shuford,, daughter:of'Mr.. Florida, personal fitness values of the area.;.. :
Mrs. James Shuford c* Lawtey." honors English 9, and, physical!, '"Have,you,seen'' the 1964 j mobilehomes
; Shuford to enrolled in advanced science ," asked zoning board member
history art II, algebra II,: -Penny Hsleh, d ughier'o( Mr.:and Spires Divas mentioning a mobile
II,and annual staff Mrs.John Hsieh of Starke.Miss Hsieh home sales place in town.Drivan ask,
; Is enrolled in life management skills> ,edIt, Dewey Williams and Williams
t \ '..Thomason,, daughter"of' Florida i history Spanish I-; honors sThompson. prel<.<.' ...to have next to
a. and Mrs._,R.F. Thomason of' English 9, and drama. you a home ready ,to' burn- errcofapae. ,
; : : MJss1bomuOn enrolled in .'Stephanie .0'Steen,' ;"daughter// ....'or, a.I ney,trailer;;
; II.American history, drama, ,
!f education and Latin, I. > .(,See BUS A's...P.zA)"', (S el\U[ 'Mix.,..t #)




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) .,the building.south: ,ofvNorman's ;: y ;
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I will be setting' up. his offices.-
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Parking... .
( :' / former Bradford-Union
I Clinic structure on Madison

t me,.block from 301 was.pur-
by i Roman .Alvarez and .
''l'' < : to a new location: on Bayless,
N: The space, owned ;by, "
Register, will be an enlarg :
?. Miss Florida ; parking lot for Florida Federal A ,
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: Vickie! Carver of Sta l
Mid Florida Citrus. See : :! | Enlarges... :l>E pklr'

on Page 4A.Karate '" r:!?,I ther downtown ranovaUon by; a, : t.g
J '. Appliance's, will" Improve, .g,

,: Classes... look along, :30Ar Including+ a, new. i:
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j& 7:30: to 9:30p.m. Classes the fom.Tron. ."1: < '.."n""" ,,. it. _
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I :m. Ages 7.-may : :: Temple Ave.;;;i tadMdtatf asm* new 'NevBlmk !: Branch;'Goes Up., .,., '

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preliminary site plan for a new preliminary proposal to tne city zoning rn
40-unit apartment complex in Bradford board.
Villas off Beesent Road was approved .
Thursday night,Oct.25,by the O'Steen said his firm will seek a low e s
Starke Zoning Board, Interest loan from the Fanner's Home (
Administration to construct: the 40 : '
It will be the city's second non- units. The preliminary plans include '
subsidized rental complex. 16 one-bedroom' and 24 twobedroomunits. ,
.A low interest loan would allow t
The site is back part of Bradford; rents to be lower than on the open t ; ;
Villas, which is owned by realtor market. The apartments will not be : :
Cecelia Terwillegar, and adjacent to rent-subsidized, but there will be,Income
Alligator Creek. The proposed! units, stipulations. In other words, a '
a"n'' 4t
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called Heritage Villas, would also be person can earn too much money to ( 41 o' r
In back of. and north of the First qualify to rent such an apartment. ,
Presbyterian Church. The needed tg H S
multi-family coning classificationBP Bradford Villas was originally n S
( ),water and sewer lines and paved developed by Albert Longchamp and Q :
roads are in place, according to Mrs. Terwillegar, but she has since
,Mrs.Terwillegar. bought out Longchamp's Interest and
began working to have the property -
The proposed plans will be sent to developed. \
the city engineering firm, Bessent, q
Hammock & Inc. o. Several duplexes already stand
Jacksonville Ruckmanl All that next to Bessent Road where it turns 46 Earn Straight t's at Starke Elementary..,

will remain for the apartment to be off SR-230: in front of Bradford The 46 students who earned stralght-A's for the first six-weeks grading Third rows I Julie Starling, Candice. Norman. Jeffery Evans, Dana
built is the final approval of the site Hospital. The newly proposed period at Starke Elementary are (I....): Newsome,Jonathan Smith,Stephanie Sellers,EsteDa Denton,Tolka Strong,
plan by the city commission and issuance development will be in back of and on In front, Emily Harper the only kindergartner to make straight-A's.. Tamara EUerson.
of a building permit by the city the west side of the road on which the. First row: Joshua Bubitz, Annice Williams.Renee demons, Jamie Gotts, Fourth row: Tara Dixon,Amy King, Angela Barber,Ryan Reddish,Jim- .:
zoning office. duplexes now ntav4. DUe Gates, Yemeako Fountain' Chris Newsome, Heather Williams Tina my Parado, Stephen Murphy Emily Nugent, Bernard Johnson Melanie \
Cowart. Angela Grtffb. Hinds Kim Nichols. t
Proposed developer is Landcom of A drawing of the exterior of the proposed Second row: Andrea Hewett:Donald Hardy,Robbie Bassett Jeff Ghltty, Fifth row:Tammy Mobley Patty Martin Deana Holiday,Pamela Patter'j
Jacksonville. A company representative apartments shows them to be a Erin StanseD.Cassandra Jarvis, Christie Jones, Daniel Robinson. son,Shannon Elliott, Jim Barber Brenda Williams. Kevin Woodard.
Hal O'Steen presented: the combination of brick and wood. .
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(from page 1A) (Time) Eaves, Nancy Grider, Marie Stephanie Mitchell, Charles IMte, Barber, Robert Boone, Jason Brown, JO 6 Jaxihrmc
Mr. and Mrs. Gary O'Steen of Innocent, Karen Kimutls,. Roealand Tammy Morrow, Richard.tO'"teen, Kim Burch. Dale Camels, Jennifer
Theressa. Miss O'Steen is enrolled in Lennon, Connie Moody, Donna Donna Parado,Stacy Parrtti: Marla Clark, Angela Cohens, Brian Davis,
honors English 9, physical science, Moody, Kathy Morrow, Heather Reddish, Rita Richardson, George Dorl Davis, Felicia Davis, Robert OPEN After 5 Mon.-FrI. i -r
Spanish I, and drama. O'Steen, Tonia Parks, James Sapp, Ricks, Bridgett! Skeen, Deanna Fowler, Mervin Frey, Dennis Glover,
Richard (Richie) Taylor; son of Sue Smith, Sabrina Snell, Elizabeth Tomlinson, Melissa Williams, Jimmy Sondra Green, Demetria Guion, An- All Day Sat. & Sun.
Mrs. Carolyn Taylor of Starke and Stitt, Donald Thornton, Cynthia Wilson, Cindy Winkler.Sophomores drea Hampton, Mindy Hersey, Mat'
Bobby Taylor of Lawtey. Taylor is Ward, Lenore Welty, Kenna Wilker- thew Hutcheson, Richard Kimutls, West of JOE LAZENBY
: Stephen Akridge, 8 Miles
enrolled in life management skills, son. Esther Martin, Deanna Miller, Lisa
Blalock
and I Wesley Barton, Lisa Stacey Mosley Gene Murphy Jr., Eric Naz- 125 Ph. 431.1050
drawing painting, algebra Ford Melissa Gee Lawtey on S.R.
Bowen, Angela ,
honors English 9, and physicalscience. Juniors: Pencle Blackburn, Michael worth, Kenneth Owens, Merle
Kimberly Gowens, Gray.Brad
Marsenna Brantley, Amy Jo Carter, Green, Beth Greene, DavidHamilton Packham, Chanda Padgett, Randall .. .
The 148 'students, '30 seniors, 43 Rhonda Lynn Cason, Faye Jane Billy Harrell. Carolyn Polk,Chris Powell,Chad Reddish Sid ... In III
Tracie Russell Lora Sapp, Sabrina Starling,,
juniors, 28 sophomores, an 47 Chilson, Amy Clark, Clark Hsieh
Hilliard,Wendy ,Tammy Lynn, '
freshmen,on the A-B honor roll for the William duce, Tamera Dempsey, Lorena Miller, Melissa Miller,' Philip Rosalyn Taylor; .Chad Thornton, STARKE
first six-weeks grading period are,by Allison Denmark, Marie Doughman, David Thorpe, Joy Vellenga, Cindy
Moore, Tonda Moore Deborah Par-
grade: Terri Fender, Sherri Gaskins, Joseph Ward Alice Williams,:James Wood, CHURCH OF GOD .
rish.Tammy Peeples, Audrey Pierce,
Griffis, Melissa Griffis, Erica Gruen, Sams, Ann Teresa Wynn, Pam Zurfluh. 422 N. SL Clair 9S4-5445
Seniors: Skip Abdulla, Tracy Denise Gullion, Lisa Harley, Kyle Melissa Stephanie Sullivan, Anna Starllngl Walter F. Monty Pastor
Baez, Mark Barber, Brenda Bawek, Harrison, James Hayes, William Williams, Susie Workman. THE BRADFORDCOUNTY. We invite you to worship with us. It..l
Roger Beard, Sarah Benef ield, Renia Holsenbeck, Lynn Holtzendorf, Greg TELEGRAPH ATTENDED NURSERY < _
Brown, Kenneth Crawford, Jackie Jackson, John Jackson, Nancy Freshmen: Shannon Abrams, 'I Published Sunday School . . . 10..m. The Hartford
Crews, Tony Davis, Tracy Davis, Jakab,Alvin James, Clinton Jenkins, Kimberly Adams, Kimberly Austin every Thursdayat MImIng WwsNp . . 11 i.m.
Christine Dickerson Jacqueline Donald Marshall, Irving Meres, Bernardo Baez,Erika Banks,MichaelRestaurant f 135 W. Call Str..t loves
Evening Strata . . . 6 p.m. mature
"J, Stark'.. Florida 32091 Wotmuiiy Vmitk . .-. 7:30: ,.... drivers. :We

Building) Second Class postage paid at
Apostolic Truth guarant eJ)t
irrom page lA) on the corner of Pratt and parking surface and other landscap- Starke, FloridaSubscription United Pentecostal ChurchN.E. .)> .
on the building scum ot Norman's N. Temple Ave., Including some new ing workPonder. Rates: 2nd St., lawtey, Florida If you're a driver.age
Produce where optician Len Schlof- ...ut W.........7MUO1nln 50 or ciJl1 a Hart- -
man will be setting up his offices. 1 In-trade area: 10.00 per.( '" .. : -.._
,..... .... JL J 3'AT -'$.5:50: six'Outsldeas t; ha' .;.,lJl seam 'f'.y. .. tWOfthI..t O'f'M' *" '3E1a'dI'
.._ ,,.;:i'..More' r.raung..I.-'', "n. \j\\\ L.', '...!'//11.'... -" UlJ''i""J 1V... =. :::z.v Wo PMPr .. your auto insurance
lit) The former Bra dl ord-Untonr ., .,. .'.IJr"! """" "'" '''.I_ ''',II\I\ """ : '$I r'per year' 1 ACTS..2:38 Hem SALAVATION albi, Study I', won't because be canceled have ah J le1SI"r'"rf... --;
Clinic structure Madison six months you
Guidance on $6.00 Com WorshIp With U. .,
Street one block from 301 was pur- accident What's more. -"
Mondale the '
chased by Roman Alvarez and The more Mr. says your insurance won't.. **
removed to a new location on Bayless .'.,' tliftl '' be canceled because ,
Highway. The space, owned by better I like I him >?;/.. :.. ,) .1l.\ .;> Cox Appliance of your age or any
Freeman Register will be an enlarged .,', claims you file. Plus, "
parking lot for Florida Federal ,! ,;p ;, we offer generous discounts .
;t '**> & for mature'

Winkler's Enlarges... The more Mr Reagan. says the : r'Y drivers with good
driving records.If .
Winkler's Another Appliance's downtown renovation will Improvethe by more I doubt' that he knoWsJwhat he I Air Conditioning )ou're a mature '

look along 301, including a new 'fMondale ,,,,0;. .driver and want qual.
$8,000 sign.Skeeter's. ... Service ity protection,special
is doing! q V., sf: I 'rates and lifetime renewable ,.
Opening..., I auto Insur:

Down the street, LU Skeeter's .. ance coverage,asH for
replaced the former Branding Iron Seryfce and Repair on: auto insurance from

,is catching"up"fasten ,the All Major Appliances The Hartford. Call our
agency today
Air Conditioning I
and therRepublicansare : Don't make a decision -
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poles Electrical
Refrigeration automobile
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MH Mix worried! ,, : 'J;( I 'quote insurance from without a
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Thompson replied he'd rather see a '' J l ,

shack permanent torn down home.and. replaced with a Why don't you switch your ;> Agency

At that point zoning board member 964-7462 964-4571
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Johnny Hobbs, an attorney, said he support to Mr Mondale? ?;{ I ..a101A

thinks the action on Otis McKinney's Edwards Road ..
mobile home is proper, and that he Pd Pol) Adv by'Supporters of.the Mond<:-Ferraro Ticket ti"
sees nothing wrong with the single AUTO,.'..LffE r MOBILE HOMES ,
family residence and mobile home, :Rt. 2, Box 2H6) HOMEOWNERS <'.
mix the zoning board was consider .. I
ing. (Hwy 16'' Ralford Rd). ;L" ,:

How to Upgrade... : ,Starke Florida ,,32091 '- > '
b/ M INM mE'fARJtORD 4
"We are hitting ourselves againstthe
wall" said board memberS
Drivas. zoning -. u _-- .-.- .
"My heart tens me the while blockneqds I .

upgrade to ItT"e be upgraded., How do we PUBLIC, NOTICE.. .;Tl:: .;

say nice mobile homes. You ,: ,
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say 'no, no,ta." By allowing the "' ;; ,.! 'I

stews..upgrading quo'the the coning area, said board Drives is not TheTown of Brboker,';BrookerFlorida, ,\ withhold. a SPECIAL' ,) :1
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.We're degrading if
asked 400.0 Pro Saw Series ELECTION TuesdayDecember 4th 1984 to consider !
Chairman Westcctt a motion :on ;! ,a poposed"charteramendment ,
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"X>on't look at me. You make it,"' *. ,, .t. \{. 'i
said. So zoning' board t
Mrs. Capps ,
member Sam Bassett moved to 13" Bow -. Now Save The question to be submitted, is'as follows:' .;: ', ;J
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mobile reclassify home for a mixture single family The vote resident-was 'The' Town of ''Breoker proposes to, amend 'its' ;.;Charter by':t '.

.unanimous. ,7-0. 160;..' ,". 'eliminating. the.:position. Mayor: 'as :a,'separate: officediati:t nctk

e :'r: I Elaaronlclt ::,, from the, Town.Council' by> proyidingvthiB;;: r ihe;,,'Town:Council:} ,

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page IA) All Ignition position carburetor| man "of"the 'Town (Council for up to one year; .ats;' pleasure,

oidate three percent can secure ot them the registered atgnanira'In hit of, Automatic &manual chain oiling system. 16"*30" replaceable'';" eliminating: power to veto:ordinances; ,and 'providing for .a'-

party Instead of paying a qualifying sprock nose baranr", 21*. 25' hard4lpped,13" &14" reversible councilman's resignation and procedures, for'. replacement as '!
tee. Holtzendcrf baa to Moire 17ignaturM bow also available CounterVibe "' toalure for smooth operation, k. .
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in Four children being taught at home chocolate candy all afternoon. Should quired for 'a school. He said HRS 'i F f\fi required for a private school to Following the ruling Edewaard Family Values' Eroding.: ..
I Bradford County must be enrolled that family be allowed to pass on their guidelines say that a private school ,Derate in that zoning'category. said the judge was (in error by apply
In a private or public school or be own beliefs while avoiding educational must meet the same safety standards Gaines said a special exception would ing the appeals court case cited to this "Our society is in transition becauseof
taught at home by a certified tutor opportunities for their children? required for public schools. have to be granted. No the erosion of the JudeoChrteUanethto.
special exceptlon case. Dallanegra predicted the
Circuit'JudgeR.A" (Burry) Green told Another of has The'state; which.was founded
witness, Darren O'Neal been for judge's
would be overturned
requested granted ruling
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conclusion
oC an County Health Department, said ,,.Cither home Gaines said. an appeal's court. He said two other it destroy
H.nu5SaLSaturdaJr morning session in After discussing the matter with the the'' Crawford home didn't meet, \. At the conclusion of the testimony! cases were on appeal which would Edewaard with said. The state' can't"
the
Bradford Juvenile thud attorneys Green said the families sanitary regulations required by' each attorney argued the case based eventually overturn Florida's compulsory cope deterioration of the
The ruling, Judge Green said, is In should follow one of the four choices private schools. O'Nealpohnted out 'on state Department of Education attendance regulation. family and high divorce rate and problems -
compliance with a state appeals court offered to that the residence was not institu- regulations in schools except to become less
by state statutes provide an and similar cases decided Edewaard said this case is not an
ruling in 1981> which decided that educational opportunities for their tion and the guidelines he was using previously isolated incident He said a growing tolerant and more repressive, he said.
parents teaching at home doesn't constitute children.\ The choices are: attend for the inspection fit an Institution,nota number of Americans are becoming
a "private school." The two deenomiiat onalttsschoaoi parochial or home. The regulation mentionedwas 'Parental Rights... concerned bout the public school Edewaard said the state is attemp--
seta 'Of parents said they have been attend a the requirement that a restroom Edewaard said the parents were system and are! looking for ting to replace the family's role of instilling
trying to give their children a better private school, be tutored at home by .where boys attend must have a within their rights by forming an altenatives, good values in children
appreciation of the American urinal.
of
way a certified teacher. association
designating themselvesnn _._
life, including religious values Another witness "
Persons less than 16 years! old'are Zoning Director educational center and operating
After about four hours of testimony required to attend school under the LM. Gaines; was asked the zoning of by the use of gifts and tuition fees.
and arguments by attorneys involved stale's compulsory attendance law. the property where the two homes are said the parents were at
Green asked several questions of Green said the parents should meet located.: Each Is zoned agricultural l. tempting to sidestep the state rule
the lawyers. and then issued his ruling with a representative of the Depart- he reported. which states tutoring in the home r r r 0r

,. ,. ment of Health and Rehabilitative Attorney Brown asked what would must be done by a certified; teacher. ? r S IiA
Services (HRS) to carry out his order. .'I".
School System Challenge.. He'said a written report of the P.L"
The case was brought to juvenile families'action should be presented to r 'g
,i court by the Bradford County School him by the HRS representative by
District represented by 'Attorney Nov. 7.About. .
Terry Brown':, joined in the case by 30 persons gathered in the
,, Assistant' State Attorney David courtroom i in Starke to listen to the
Giant case Friday afternoon and Saturday ...,... "
The parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen morning, Oct. 26-27. tn c14Dp8
; rawford and Mr. and Mrs. L J. Kite
Jr: were represented by Attorney Dissatified...

Robert Edewaard* assisted by ,At Allen Crawford, the' only witness ; ,4rt.w'r.
,torney Joe P., Dallanegra Jr. brought for the parents case said the : ) ELECT ... ,
two families decided' to form an .
off
The 2 Stands... association to educate their children OR
The school district contended that after being dissatisfied with public \ DOROTHY K' \\ sou\-

< the four children 8 to 12 years old, 'schools ana a Christian school s curriculum ,
,t were truant because they weren't at- .
s, tending public school or either,of the "Learning can be fun" Crawford
Parental response was that they American Christian Liberty
,, had organized an association andy Academy satelite schools in Illinois HOLT
founded a private school. The children was excellent. The company sent tex
i, had course material ordered from an tbooks, workbooks and unit tests after :
Illinois satellite school system and then each student had taken an achievement

mothers taught the material at home test to determine. their academic ,
I, with their own children. k>vel. Supervisor ofElec.1ions
"v Before ruling Green asked the attorneys Crawford said he had grown much 'br
involved to give their opinions closer to his children since being involvqd / 4 i :
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,:. about whether two imaginary situations in the educational process. ;'\1'
the Judge described would fulfill Cn.; vford was designated by the CLAY'COUNlY

;. ..staterequirementsforcompulsaryat'tendance. ; .. two families, as headmaster of the' "
school association, He said dues for w tbi
.Green said he doesn't doubt that the joining were $25 and each parent had .' '111
Crawfords and Kites are good people $200:;! for the curriculum from Il 11'/ 1p N .
who wish to instill in their children spay ,. Your Vote For, Holt Will.... e
good Christian values. However, he Crawford said other families wouldbe I : .' 1 f., 7
said!, what U 'a farmer kept his welcome to join the association if .' .. ; .Ensure non-partis; "leadership. ';
children out of school to help him pick their educational philosophy was,, ." "
i beans or cotton. The farmer could say compatible with the two families in- ? ?, v., ,'u' ,. Provide current information to voters- '
the children are following a correspondence volved. '' 7
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) course plant when actually "We don't want society to tear down ; their "Right To Know. '' Novembers. pm

l they were out working in the what we have as a family," he said; 1 Provide knowledgeable field registrars
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*: Should the farmer be allowed to Technical Challenges... i Expand teaching at state-required
keep his children at home School Board Attorney Brown
And in another case,what U a famij brought three witnesses.The classes for precinct,workers '

j ly believed that isolation was good for, first was Robert Brown,who Inspects Northside Baptist Church
}. the soul and, kept their children school buildings to determine' ,
isolated moetvbt'the day to 'contemplate compliance with state fire safety ,. Corner of S.R 16 4.225 Starke
the meaning of life, and then standards. He said the Kite's home 'Paid Political Adv. Republican

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I 0' The Constitutional AmendmentslM.j' :., .'. ... '" >' : ':'. ::! .: ,:; : ::1 ',:II



They're Hard to Understand bar: 'Deserve&: ;'"'"Y our Vote b :1

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Although two proposed constitutional Amendment No.2 '"idW.ls.-and would result'in savings of. ty's needs, rather than a narrow view of :;
amendments were stricken from the ballot time,cost,and energy for the State.A''yes"vote their district. -
what is beneficial for own L
by the Florida Supreme Court, eight important This Is a so-called"housekeeping"amend- is recommended. ,
changes remain to be approved or meat that allows the state to move into the ; If any county wants to go back to voting :
disapproved by voters in the November 6 high-tech era and disburse funds by electronic Amendment No. by districts for commission members may
General Election : means, magnetic tape, or any other This amendment is designed to bring hold a referendum on the Issue if presentedwith
of
"transfer media. rules of for all a petition signed by ten percent
Amendment Is discussed in a uniformity in the procedure
separate editorial No.on 1 this page. The follow- At the present time, the Constitution still Judicial Nominating' Commissions in the voters in the county.In r 1 Bong
ing article contains a discussion of the other requires the State to pay all bills by checks State. some of Florida's larger counties,
0 the Governor and the StateComptroller members of minority voting groups believe ,
seven amendments together with a recommendation : co-signed by At present, these commissions I make their'own of election to
would stand better chance
they
for approval or disapproval bas rules, resulting in a lack of uniformity, district basis
ed on the best information we have been Such methods of payment are already in with one commission opening its records on' office if voting were on a

able to obtain. use today by, banks, ,, businesses, and in- recommending judges for appointment,and rather than at-large.
another district refusing to do sea In the belief that the present at-large

Ever since nominating commissions have responsive voting process to needs makes of commissioners the entire county more in- R a, 1984'
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I. EDITORIALS -,- 'been in existence, there has Florida'ssunshinepolicies been controversy stead of showing partiality to their home
to

.v: adopt over uniform. adherences Attempts rules to have have been commissions only partly Number districts,A we. recommend a "no" vote on . .Jf.

The Base successfuL Therefore, proponents of this Amendment No. 6
Broadening 'amendment believe adoption Is important This amendment concerns qualifications eluding trust '*und money from the

since Judicial commissions play a of county judges, but is not applicable to allowable debt limit of percent of the total

For Homestead Protection A crucial"yes"role,vote In is selection recommended.of the state's counties Bradford of County 40,000 population since it applies or over.only to two tax revenues years. of the. state for the preceding

No 4 According to the Florida Engineering
from forced sale of a home Amendment At the present time, county judges must Society only 50 to 60 percent of
Constitutional amendments are difficult exemption This amendment would grant Immunityto be members of the Florida Bar,but the pro state's capital needs can be met under
to understand, and the brief explanations regardless of whether the person has a State. Legislators far any statements posed amendment provides that in counties rent financing arrangements. -
printed,on ballots are usually spouse or dependents living with him or made In speech or debate relating to their of 40,000 or over,four years' membership in We a vote on Amend-
msufficient to enlighten the voter as to legislative duties.At the present, legislatorsare the Florida bar will be required for election ment 7 to ensure that Florida can meet the
her.Marital granted this privilege on the floor of the or appointment to the office. captial needs of,its growing population, '
the issues involved. Consequently status is not the determining
many House or Senate,but the amendment would The amendment retains the flexibility
voters disregard the amendments and factor in defining the. head of family. extend it to all other places. that smaller counties, such as Bradford, Amendment 8markingtthelengg

fail to mark their ballots for or against, Florida courts have usually decided whois Those favoring the amendment say a ma- might need if they have no resident lawyers voters won't get tired of
rather than vote on something they do entitled to the exemption on the basis of jority of states already grant extended seeking a county judgeship. The amend- General Election: ballot
not understand. Sometimes, this resultsin who supports the dependents, but this privilege to their legislators, and that it Is ment would grandfather-in any non-lawyer this Tuesday before they mark a "Yes"vote
Deeded to enable them to carry out their judge presently serving in office.We recommend for Amendment &
the defeat of good amendments that has become more difficult to determinenow
Inhibited of a "yes" vote. The amendment would allow
i:duties without being by fear the continuance -
would otherwise be adopted if.voters are that there are' so' many working lawsuits. Opponents of the amendment fear of a current tax on gross receipts d

sufficiently informed. mothers in today's society. Therefore, the it would allow legislators to slander or libel Amendment No. 7 utilities to be used to finance public educa-

Such might be the case of Amendment courts have developed two tests in making other persons without giving them the opportunity Amendment 7 would allow the state once tion bonds.This fund means some$l2D 000 to
Bradford schools in this
court A 8Cb00J'year
for redress through action. current
No. 1 which, if adopted, would allow all this determination.The fo'no"i vote is recommended.Amendment again to pledge rents and fees paid the state which must be spent on new classrooms. '

qualified homesteaders (except corporations first test examines a claimant's to pay off bond issues, for construction waterways of Although the tax itself will continue: to be

) to enjoy protection from forced l legal duty to support another person, No.5 state buildings, water,parks supplies ports, and,bridges sanitation, collected,without a change in constitutional

sales and certain liens on their property out of a family relationship. This This amendment Is of Interest locally faclllt s. provisions notbehedged the money from this source can-

a protection that is now available only to inclines an actual legal duty, not just a because it affects the method of electing The 1968 state Constitution specifically outlay to.bonds its long-time for use to finance
commissioners. It would allow the capital construction ,of
county method because of
heads of households.The moral duty for support.The election of commissioners by district vote the prohibited proliferation this bonding of lease-purchase public schools, ,vocational education, community -

term "head of household", has second definition seeks to prove (as it was done years ago In Bradford Coun- agreements around the state.However,this and college, 'School for the Deaf and

been in the Florida Constitution since that a continual communal living ar.. ty) and commissioners would also allow instead counties of the to present have time the revenue bond issues would be sub-' Blind short, ,university Amendment buildings.In 8 does.not increase

1885. The original intent was to protectthe rangement by at least two people under five seven now allowed. ject to specific legislative approval.that state That or reduce the levy of state taxes. It merely
take d the
should concern
home where resides from that care restores the ability to use taxes which
a family such circumstances exists and one Constitution increased the have
The provides that the five debt could be beyond prudent
forced sales under the process of any person is recognized as the person in commissioners must reside in their home with nobody really being aware of the total been levied construction for many years of to finance the
necessary public education
court, and also from the threat of certain charge. districts, but will be voted on county-at- amount. faculties.
liens. large. Many observers believe that the The amendment installs another curb' A "Yes" vote Is recommended
Amendment
of the amendment on
4 Some
opponents the state Indebtedness
county-at-large voting makes 'commisaioners against swelling amount of.
Marital status is not the determining point out that extending the exemption to take a more overall view of the coun beyond reasonable limits by ex- 8. ii

factor in defining the head of a family, unwed persons living together could

and sometimes there are difficulties in make it difficult .for creditors to have FORESTRY

determining who is actually tile "head"of recourse against irresponsible single persons Letters the Editor =-
the household leading to; complex who are not legal heads of to .

technicalities concerning legal ownership households, but could take advantage of I'ii. BRADFORD. : COUNTY

of property within a household. Single the exemption in order. to avoid liens Support Asked for Amendment 8 BybqvldW.'flortonWoodttionS :l: : :

persons, including widows and widowers against their property.

do: not now have protection from forcedsale .
and/or, liens on.their property.: This Apparently to there amendmentand is no organized..the-opposition i ";,},jEditor i. .I.:rrtegraph( e; '_',11" vanes and ,the break-up,,of, AT&T."a II ., of the We<< -kEa! most versatile
,would,be extended*tow'them''* I ?, the ." language revision was necessa ,.andAne<<1'z ravntnsatei'fafS:isasiljt gnrrv !
protection "> "AAn ti the .
; stubai.aittae
benefits. .at/extending exemptioriita,:. ; me\idrnents\ on /4'Y votAM ,, "
8.jthat
ovi It haskhtrak
under ;l'AMicrtdm&itr'Qtit,I gelid also-tn*''.': elderly people now living alone,'as b."* 'TI1eSdtTwtU be one,Ammdmen6No. W..tESii'"voti'on Amendment No. Will value products.in timber sold from standing
many for $i
eludes exemption of to $1,000 on is of great importance to education in Brad- allow Bradford every
up personal County continue to receive
who their additional value funnels through
well as "smgles" own trees,$35 In
young ford County, as well as the remainder of the almost $200,000 from State Funds. In .
property. homes, is sufficient justification for supporting state. This amendment would allow our previous years these funds have been expended J>e economy from higher value wood product
Proponents of Amendment One maintain the amendment. We recommend county to continue to receive funds from the on salary for preventative '.

that all persons should be entitled to. f1'"yes ''vote. State to finance construction and maintenance personnel and: for projects 'Several thousand different products have
maintenance such as reroofing and building portables. their origins, either whole or in part from
THIS IS NOT'A NEW TAX.The tax referred The Bradford County School Board and Florida's woods. It is the value received
About 7,500 Possible Saving Santa Fe Swamp to has been levied against utility com- the Bradfordd Education Association urge from Florida woods that should encourage
'panics and will continue to be, even if the you to vote"YES"on Amendment No. 8. landowners to keep their lands productiveand
Amendment fails In 1963 the people of Judy Becker,School Board in pine timber, .
Voters Still UnregisteredBradford Was Significant VictoryNot ; Florida overwhelmingly passed a Constitu- Patricia Spengler,Chairman :
tional Amendment this ,School Board of Bradford Co. In a bndownert'woods, the cycle begins,
designate revenue
Julie Miller President a timber sale Is in progress. For every it In
except those directly for construction and maintenance of our ,
County's estimated "voting many people Bradford Education Assn. wood value the landowner receives it isfor
involved realize the significance of the public schools. Because of technological ad- wood cutter
population" those who are eligible to worth $1.09 to the
vote if they were all registered -, was tremendous victory for the environmentthat I.harvesting and transportation costs: to a

placed at 15,013 in the last calculation was won when Georgia-Pacific Ordinance Needed to Protect Trees particular mill.Thrlmary, ..
released its holdings ta the Santa Fe of the logs
made on April, 1982.diiiii. .. manufacture by
Swamp to the care and custody of the Editor chasers: of these new structures have no Interest the mill adds $7.23 to the value of the wood.
******** Suwannee River Water Management Telegraph: in preserving the trees,but this is not This step includes such operations as turning -
There was a song In the sixties.: don't unique in Starke. Countless Florida cities : the logs into finished paper, lumber
V District. remember the name or the artist, but one have also shut their eyes to the obvious in plywood,veneer,packing crates,and peekedpoles
The swamp has been there for millions 1 line goes,"They chopped down the trees and the name of progress, until it was too late. for pilings or utility lines. -
************************ of and pot many people noted its, what ta .t stark applicable to Their once lovely avenues are now a jumble "
create
years
it Is happening in 20 years later. of concrete and signs..great for the pocket- Many of the primary operations
the contribution
By latest count the total now presence or realized does it take to grow a book, hard on the soul Too late,they are Indeed products ready for sale to customers. But
registered to vote in the November 6 was making to purification and regula- nice shade so beautiful to look at, so finding out lust how long it takes a much of the wood is prepared at this step for
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General Election is 7 900 in all parties, including tion of the waters in lakes and streams of cool to park under but so easy to cut down? seedling to grow into the majestic oak or further operations.' At the secondary turnedinto
7,140 Democrats 723 this area of Florida. Twenty yearsTT 30?? so?? And how many plne.MJiow difficult it is to root in cement. manufacturing stage planed wood is
more will faD before'the City takes some ao "The question Is-will Starke stop this now furniture, housing components such as
Republicans, and 123 classified as But the" value of swamps and other tics to stop the unnecessary, wanton before the destruction: Is complete? Or willwe l roof trusses preassembled doors, or
"othe, This means that only about 50 wetlands to the future of Florida was the destruction: that we see each time'a new have the foresight to enact a tree- pressure 'treated" for exterior. jobs. Other

percent' of the people who could and main theme of the state's Annual Conference building is erected, an addition. to put up,or protection and beautification ordinance, as operation,include the conversion of wood textiles
other
should be registered in Bradford Countyare 'Management.In parking areas paved? many towns, and cities have already done? cellulose to rayon, tire cord and the
Water for
on It's abvtcu+,that developers; and ,pur- J.Worachek,Starke ; the production of coated papers
actually on the qualified voter list. the keynote!: address Rep. Jon Millsof >. sanitary marketing of food, and the product\ '
In the 1980 General Election, a total of Gainesville warned that clean drink- Saving the Swamp tion of various chemicals for a wide variety'

6,237 ,Bradford electors voted in the ing water is necessary for>the quality of Was Significant Reader ObjectsTo of purposes.goextensive.;

presidential race 3,340 for Carter, 2,771 life in Florida,which is expected to be the Victory for Area EditorialOn fa the secondary manufacturing

for Reagan, 89 for Anderson, and 37 for third most populous state in the nation by *;p Social Security uses for wood products that $14.16 worth of
Clark (whoever he was). This total Editor, Telegraph: value is added to the original dollar's :
Editor, Telegraph: of wood that stood in the tree, .
total Fe'take Dwellers Association,
of the .
represented 82 percent 1989.Rep that growth The Santa
number of voters registered at that time : Mills predicted Inc. is extremely proud Lotour accomplishments Your 'editorial" 'regarding President The' end 01 the ecbiiomic chain Is reached
management with clean, environmentat in saving for our County and n's record on Social Security was as
a record-breaking percentage, far its core,will be the major issue facing aloof Florida the valuable Santa Swamp. bias a political article. I have read late- when the items. of secondary and primary includes ) -
This step.
above the state and national average. Florida legislators' in the 1985 'session. There is no doubt that this swamp to one of. ly. If you and the rest of the Democrats manufacture the costs are of selling marketed.,warehousing,and

If 82 percent of the current registration Delegates from the,, state's, five watermanagement the State's most valuable resources. believe Security the.system present cann patched-up be everythingto Social. transporting the items to the,consumer.,

should go to the polls next Tuesday, the districts agreed that not We wlsh'to'glve credi ;to the Board of everyone as the American retired population These operations add a further$12.48 to the

total vote count would be 7,250-possibly 'enough money was available to ensure County Commissioners. County Zoning grows and birth rate declines,then happy .- worth of wood bringing the overall total to
Board,Rep:Frank $34.96. the'sum total of all steps means approximately :
dreams to
for General Election in the of Johnopelousoe pipe you.
an all-time high a purchase of wetlands for protection Sen. Bill Grant attorney Do not use one third of a page ri your $3.6 'billion' to the stateseconomy.
Bradford County. ground water supplies.The and the North Florida Regional Planning 'newspaper to discredit one man who .U tryIng n;
Bradford has good record of Fe 'com Council for their help in this successful:,ef, \ to make the Social Security system '\frso
County a gift of the Santa Swamp 1more fort. : > : ,The use of products from the forest I
.. workable for those who need it most
and national in will that .
state save consumer
acres used the American
topping averages prising than 5,000 : widely by
that Special thanks George M Hinson,Stoke
feel
.{ polling strength. We hope that next'I\les. the State millions of dollars and make should However to,> Gene we Matthews and the Bradford foresters are confident -of strong to future seiL
go trees
day win be no exception! although, judging more funds available to spend for County:Telegraph; for an outstanding ,-"' .markets for the.landowner with ;'Se I
by the seeming lack of local activity wetlands in other areas. The Santa Fe job In news'reporting'and editorial community '

on behalf of either candidate, it is not expected Lake Dwellers and other environmentalgroups service: We are"grateful for' ,a job !

that Tuesday's turnout will break in this area are to be congratulated ,well done. t''dk,"' Public Asked ., .
President .
i Harold HU, \
efforts to t
records. successful 'h
any for their } ,To Bring- Old Picture -
SantaFeLakeDwtsellerajNOTIC
But perhaps a last-minute surge'of interest -' save the swamp. 4.;1' To Chamber Office.

in an election that has the potentialto The Bradford County Commission will' )J... :.. ,

change the course of American history hold its final hearing next Monday on a t Old photograph.Call Street;-. '
during the next four years, or perhaps to new Conservation District for the rotes'Hon WftI'fEUSAa buildings at they looked 50, 75.or JOG

the end of this century may pull more of other wetlands'that may be en-, TO tgftffiJt'i LET!%' .' years, ago ar. needed'as guides to'
( how the area looked SUrkc't :.
voters to the polls,than Is now indicated.We dangered future development.,Saving trequantly"stated;;**) dVnot: ., ly day Such photos will play an ear-ions;,

sincerely hope so.,How about doing the Santa Fe Swamp was a major vic, print anonymous (unsigned) tellers, po-tankpart-hi to create'a
but the ordinance is still If I I.signed with the name, htotortc district shag Call Street
YOURbit; to. make. it 66 percent' this 'should be adopted without further delay. and I ad2L!'of the writer we will ;Auyon having such p>mn..a.lM' ,
time? withhold the name I If re-
print (It and or old potteardt l. asked to bring
"'' them to Uw Chamber of Commerce
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If t =! '6t ii'th4'IetterrSIg 1 ed 1 where they: will IM registered in*, ;
,KC<:< b"""' } returned to'' tile owners ttttt they:' t 'Ale ,on.,.... t
sours c to rigrt.1 a III'her name we. have been copied. If you urowM (fee. t lest+dw refer boa, th*\ number '
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First Presbyterian Church Citrus Queen 4"4
celebrated Its 100th anniversary Sunday ,
with three memorable functions Hr, rr. ,,
during the day starting with the 11 sui, .1 kkie Lynne ..catveryeal'dd:

ajn. service preached by Dr, Cecil beauty from Starke., is the new. Mills ,1'
Thompson of Jackaon: Miss Florida Citrus. )
covered dish! dinner was served In The 5-foot, 7-inch blue-eyed' Miss '' ,
[ttw Fellowship Han at 1230:: Carver,a student at Florida Southern r. ,I W 4' "I,

, Floral arrangements foe the boun&ful !1I ( College in Lakeland,beat out 19 other 5, .5 ,
: dinner were made by Mrs. Marla beauties vying for the coveted crown L :;
I .Wallace T.H. Bement, Mrs. R.G.: to represent the Florida citrus Industry
I ?atarson, Jr? Mrs. Herbert Herres. in the coming year. Vickie, the
:and Mrs. Herbert Hildreth.I daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jay T.
I 'i2 the afternoon a reception was Carver of Starke,was crowned citrusqueen
t held from 3:30 to 4:30:: p.m. with approximateLY in televised competition Saturday i ,
150 attending. The committee night, Oct. 27., at {Cypress
in charge of the arrangements, / Gardens. i'I I II Ir I
was Mrs. C. Bernard RuckdescheL ,.). \ I What,, perhaps, set Miss Carver
Mrs. Herbert Herres and Mrs. Robert :apart from the other 18 contestants
M. Autry. were the answers she gave to a pair of .
,*' Guests were greeted by Guy ADo :a ::... questions all five finalists were asked. ,''
Both questions that :
drews and David Montgomery. Miss
presented guests to'tlhreeceivm Open House Celebration..... could happen during fig as Miss J'
g line in the conference Dr. William Kadel. Interim pastor of the First! Presbyterian Church Evelyn p FJortdaC&rus. + :"
8'toom which included Dr. William Griffin, and Carolyn Autry are pictured with the 100th Anniversary cake, Q:."What someone ,' ut
'-Kadel, Rev. Charles Allen, Rev. designed by Mrs. Autry, at open house tea In the church fellowship hall last handed you awewetybabyat, ,a state', ,
William S. ''McAliley, Rev. Cliff Sunday afternoon.of fair? '' I I I.'t.

't.McLeod' and Rev. Robert R S8en. of Church iii the 1920s as a fundraiser the garden of Mrs.' Herres who designed tram five a never wet diaper heard,"of Vickie anyone said.dying'1 \
'Also' greeting the guests were the members having paid a the arrangement. would "
grin and bear it. ,
Elders of the Church: Harold Gay in the j'I
quarter to have their names embroidered Guests were greeted sanctuary Second would
R.G. Paterson III, C. Bernard! thereon. This quilt was. by Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn. Intermittently question: How is you
.Ruckdeschel, Herbert Hildreth, Mrs. framed and displayed by Mrs.Cannelb'Another during the hour,Mrs.Henry explain in what?a grapefruit to.a little r I,
i Herres, T.H. Bement,.Jr. ,and M.A. Greete) organist, and Mrs. W.H. Edwards boy:.'A grapefruit Japan Carver''answered
Sexton. Mrs. John W. Griffin directed focal point was the artistic, and 'Joey, Herres. pianists, "looks like sunshine with tots of iOOdthings
'the guests to the history display and tiered anniversary cake, made by presented a musical program on the inside." .

refreshments. Mrs. Autry, on a round table covered new Baldwin organ and piano. The ..,Some 100 girls applied to enter the
Wall panels depicting the history of with ap /Navy cbth:At the long acquisition of the new Instruments I
Miss Florida Citrus
"I i the church from 1884 to the the ;I 'contest That. l ; y ( I'u,, ,.
present refreshment table finger foods, coffee was one created! a focal point in the ban.These and ware served. Mrs. R.G. j Centennial ,
punch i girls for the final three days of.
"panels were arranged by Mrs. Medford Paterson,Jr. cut the cake; Mrs. Con-' rigorous competition. -
Connelly using 'newspaper articles nelly served coffee .and Mrs. John Mrs. Nelle Ahrhart greeted the Mekle's mother, Phyllis Carver
and snap hots. Also on the wall Slater and Mrs. Sexton presided at guests in the Educational building the repeatedly: if
says judges inquired
was a which bad been embroidered and led
quilt the bowL Centering the table guided tours throughout the
punch
who is very active in tha First
and the Women Unit Miss Florida Citrus...
quilted by was a tan arrangement of roses from area. Methodist Church and doesn't ,
'H- drink alcoholic Vkkle Carver Is all smiles after bring named 'Mtut Florida Citrus bat
I at ease at cocktail rtyjudges Saturday' ;night. Oct. 27, at Cypress Gardens.' '

,Jtems At ..Random". .. ... .,., ........ .. .. .. AtlMOUNCI liked ried about the religious the liquor.affiliation Vickie, butt err' Mr.Vkkip'and,.Mrs.a Junior Jay...at T.Florida Carver, Southern of Starke.College In Lakeland.the daughter., ,i '' ,

G se&assured young lady,told judges it, ; represented dtrua' 'klndergar en claw ,'', ." ,
'Board; of Realtors Anna' L. Smith'! wouldn't bother her,Phyllis said. The Judges, 'paCkers panel and .processors Vickie was upbeat about repnSen- '.'.
'An Instructor at FSC encouraged growers
'Hoar.Guest Speakers Leroy King :' ,Vickie to enter the Miss Florida Citrus ,around the state.. ,citrus ting the canker industry; while threatened' -1' by ,'i,
Wed .'', :)v\ Wesley Leon Addlson competition,and her a high Judging began' Friday morningwhen .
At Recent Meeting To Nov. 24 I gave very eaCh'' candidate"had' to sengrapefruit "We're going to do just''fine"rte'bald.
of recommendation, Mrs. Carver says. .'"I fed very fortunate to represent J
Wayne and Sharlene Addison on a aHiecondCommerclaU.and
Eugene Matthews and Alexis Miller Lonard Smith of Lawtey announces During the Way contest,Mrs.Carver such a fantastic Industry."
'Starke announce the birth of a song do three-minute
spoke to the Bradford-Union Board of the approaching marriage: of his Wesley Leon, born Oct. 22 in Alachua reports. Vickie said the weekend was a they were glv presentation, : AS' Miss Florida Citrus,'''Carver 1,
Realtors last Thursday noon iri the daughter, Anna L. Smith,. to Leroy' Hospital joins a brother. ,wonderful experience" ,even' (if. she pretending tatton on Florida citrus to a Canadian becomes the official goodwill ambassador .
private meeting room,at the Fried King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Wayne, Jr., age 13 and a sister, dldn'twin. for the state's citrus Industry :'
Chicken Factory.Mr. an of Lawtey. Rebecca, ages, and wins a treasure chest I of
Matthews enthusiastically .. The bride-elect is graduate of prizes including a wardrobe, Jewelry,
spoke
"< about the revitalization of R.J.E.1UJ1! School and is employed Selma Maternal Ellington grandparents and the late are Leon Mrs.Ellington ,Items of, Intere:Sf r.. .... ... ..1i .. N . and artwork: '
1 downtown Starke including the Importance 'by Riverside Uniform Co. of Starke. ''of Starke. Paternal'grand- For the next year, the Citrus queen
Mr. King Is graduate of RJJSl: must forego college. She will represent -
of the two-year Santa Fe a parents are DeWitt Addison and, Choral '
High School and is employed by Owen Concert Set The John DavtsosCelftbrate the citrus industry In some 200
College opening,the fall of 1965 in the Dsnthy Jones, both d Columbus,p.
_old courthouse.: He suggested interest .11 Steel White House of Jacksonville.The .For Sunday NightThe ;,50thAnntvarsary appearances an over the US. and ,
'and participation. wedding is planned for Saturday George Randall Alvarez,Jr. Canada and, : For ..... '.
Mrs.Miller explained the current in- Nov. 24, at 3 pjn. at the home of combined choirs of-the.First' f>, instance, Vickie will as Florida -t
Mr. and'' Mrs Silas with"'a'" IV1In tCttrua' Bowl ..the., h""
siteresC rate 6nd'iha'avallabilty'ef11o Jenkins : nd Mrs. Randall (Ran* + < l ''
f jj' George PIJre"+irtTangeieaBowlh" S'w N.fII'\o 's .
.'new; .Florida gederpL.Sheabo; ; +u 1rece1tl o iJ"'WU... aJa.d ) t.ba; hlethoflaj' !t
"- "tnuntAlradlqreztlahaak8tlduha'<< geuta vaaaNo ;# 'J allIItJh'IG OItM! ,....&.. .... \ 'f, arSivfeSry-sday'afta'noon {1'jIp' : b ..
but a find nl EivM'are Invited urcb, e ,v' :
B/r Harriet Maines, Incoming presifr barn Oct. ;ia In 'Alachua General' z,, ,, 3amesville, wiipresent ; '
dent,presided at the meeting. She requested to attend. HoBjpitaL ,. Ylyaldi'i great choral master with a small party at Florida: Citron ShOWC8li8. e won be
Mtl <: S this their apartment given by Mr. and given an apartment the next year,
Cecelia TerwUlegar arrange Maternal I grandparents are and wOfltLthe'rplorla', Sunday evening
Bill
for the Christmas meeting at the Dr. Jean Mundy Mrs Don Denton. Maternal. great Nov. audit:riwn. ,' in the Bradford Mrs. Thompson! be paid $175 per week and $200) per
Starke Country dub.0. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Si High month expenses', and wanbe, providedan ,
/ Gives ReceptionDr. choir of Among the 10 guests were Mr. andPeteI' automobile.
Denton, all of Keystone Heights. ..This approximately 80 .
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and Mr and Mrs.rVillie MIss Florida
\ Paternal grandparents are Mr; and voices and accompanying Chamber .Mrs. Crupo When not traveling
Mother, Son Guests Jean Mundy; Professor of Mrs. Owen R. Alvarez, ,Jr. Maternal Orchestra will be directed y WilliamM. Chitwood of Lake Bryant Citrus will be given other duties suchas
Therapeutic Recreation in grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.Owen: .',McRae, Music Director",at First I bores,Oklawaha. filling in as hostess at the Citrus
!,At ,Birthday: < Supper Tallahassee, gave a reception Mon R. Alvarez,Sr and. Mrs.J.T.Jackson,, Methodist Church of Starke.Contralto Pavillion in Walt Disney World or
day, Oct. 22, at the Marriott Hotel, all of Starke. solobt will be Cana Schmidt of Starke. working at the Florida: Department of
Fred Wheeler played host to his, Orlando for' board members of theNatioQal In addition to the combined work,' Citrus. "
{wife, Sylvia, and their older son, Bo, Recreation Parks Assn.:, of each' 'choir will perform separate
who celebrated Joint birthdays October which she was president for the past Holly Suzanne NormanMr. seI tune. The public is cordially Invited -
30, with a supper for the entire and there. is no charge for admission '
1 family and guests at, the Fried year.MnonI the 200 invited guests was,, and Mis.'Daniel Leamon Norman
Chicken Factory.: her mother Mrs. W.B. Mundy and of Lawtey. announce the birth THOMAS AUTO PARTS!
Among the guests"were their other aunt Mrs. Guy Sale of Starke, and" of a daughter Holly, Suzanne, born St Edwards Catholic
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,Randy,Stefan and Jennifer. ,Oct:6 in Gainesville;; ','
children cousin Muriel of Athens Ga.
Mundy :
'Also attending were Miss Terry Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Parish Bazaar Nov 2, :430SOUTH: TEMPLE STARKE,
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-'Roberts of Raiford and Miss Tina Mrs.MA Sanderson of Starke.Paternal -,

"''Burnsed.. of Starke. Melissa Anne Stevens, grandmother is Beulah, Norman of S_. Edwards Catholic Church will 964.5611
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hold their! annual Parish Bazaar Friday
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for Couple '
,v Party canned'goods will be on display fort Holley CarburetorS
.J Recently Married Mr.. and Mrs. John Edmond Hutaon, Olivia Harper'ivta 'undergo"'back' sale.'Abo available be breakfast, ,

HJ "> of Chiefland and Carl Westley Stevens surgery Monday ''in''',North,, Florida. ,lunch and dinner. 'Prizes' will. be-
'n Miss Susan Faulkner and Randall of SlideU, La. announce, the approaching : Regional HOR pitaL ', __ ._, ,. awarded. ; "
i hReddIsh. .who :a marriage 'was an "' marriage of their .. Sale
f event of Oct. 27. were honored at a'' ,' Melissa 'Anne Stevens of. ,
,. party on Oct 3 in the home of Drew. Stare, to Michael G. Sayers, son of Assorted Greeting ,r., '
and Ada Reddish given by Mrs.Tonv Shirley and Kenneth Sayers, of I ; 600 CFM'.4 ,'Barrell Part No 1850'
[ my Reddish Julie\ Griffu, Darlene Keystone Heights. Giftwarei '. Cards'

-' Hobbs and Mrs. Jamie Rhoden. Miss Stevens Is a graduate of local I .' .119.95
j Guests signed the guest book on the schools and Mr Sayers a graduate' J occasions
back porch and were : served of Keystone Heights and Gainesville f9rall '
> .refreshments! at a table pa the patio schools, and is also a member of the 20-75 ,% off 4 mbassador,4; 750 CFM 'Part '

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The hostesses presented the couple The wedding will be held Nov 10,at tf1,; Paramount '*1
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with crystal pitcher and glasses 5:30 pja' In the Presbyterian QlUfchStarte. .' -t"ott. 4. ( .
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I Virginia Crawford ,Wins Miss Alachua Beauty Contest;; ;.:.: ', ;: ; ," :The Social Side

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old Bradford beauty, Is the new Miss Queen Virginia received X $
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evening encrusted
Alachua County. cash scholarship, a Miss, tmes. gown Of TheSociety
Virginia, an employee of and sponsored County crown,souvenir box The contestants were also inter Gladys Mooty .
by the Florida National Bank at ner. Miss Florida competition
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of droIe, and a Miss Alachua by a panel judges. Editor,
Starke, was crowned queen The talent portion of the' contest
Alachua County in competition with trophy.Virginia. ISO the inter-
percent judge's
14 other girls Saturday night, Oct. 27.l daughter of Mr. and personal appearance 2S! per 96J.76 8 News I
School Neal Crawford of SR-16
In the Gainesville High each. After the pageant, there .
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auditorium. Miss Crawford also won Starke, is also a former, street'V a judge's critique In which .
Most High homecoming
the Miss Congeniality and queen. was told of her pluses and -

sored Photogenic by the title Gainesville in the contest Jaycees spar and street Contestants and formal appeared wear. As In her Florida,and Pageant how to Improve for the Did You Know.'..*,. "......... ..tI..I'..........

Alachua County Fair Association. Virginia did an interpretation to thank her Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen were in
As Alachua County queen, Miss Terri Gibbs song"Somebody's the Flea National Bank, h RP. McLendon visited his uncle Sam et Resort, Maine, Oct. 15-22
Crawford will make personal appearances In" and "...all the people who .and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Robert where Dr. Whiffen attended a
,perform,and make speaking een ,Virginia wore a ret! prayers for me. I couldn't have McLendon, In Marianna Monday to seminar and they also toured Maine
engagements over the next yea!'. suit, a purple dress suit for,the without. that." Wednesday. to see the fall foliage
The title I leads to the Miss Florida log number a deep purple silk

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Your Ecfeord Drug Store honors Opportunity '
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your AT&T sayings certtfkxrte* or rebate

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Miss Alachua County save and use your Opportunity Checks,

Virginia Gall Crawford otEckord. .


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Derek Richards


Celebrate Little Derek First Timothy Richards Eckerd Generics CILUTT1S9MV1CREAM FOAMY CSL Or BAN&-A3D. I ? 1

celebrated his first birthday Satur- 4 I Ml .
day, Oct. 27, when his mother, Mrs. Hard to 7-oz.an.er ;p0Sti{ -
Joanie Richards gave a party for him say. ..
at their home on Crosby Lake. eW'
Cake, punch, and ice cream were Tt-1q I Easy to save on 188tm
served to the 38 guests which included 1't"' ALWAYS THIN MAXI PADS
family and friends. Ii : :) I Save up to 50% on your While quantities OfJAMPAXMAXmUMSIVOMCHOKS s
The children enjoyed party games last JOHNSON ft JOHNSON colt Or aq,s terrsa
and favors during the party hours. 0870Uaiy prescription with Eckerd BAND-AID*,BANDACISHERSHEVS
Smith :
One Tttotet b c ci 'umit 2 please
generics.
Maxie Reddish Hosts 1 -uu last while quantities

Rehearsal Dinner '

Maxie Reddish was host at a dinner : A&J

Friday nI ht.Oct.28,for his son,Randall -
Reddish and fiancee, Susan
Faulkner at the China Restaurant
following the couple's wedding

'rehearsal.The head table was centered with. __ v-.O .a'l;

an arrangement of enchanted lilies
and freesias in shades of blue and
mixed foliage. The side tables were
centered with floral arrangements in
shades of blue and voltive candles.
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Place cards marked the seating arrangement GALAXY DUALQUARTZ1500WATT
for the 30 guests. HEATER
The hmored couple gave their at- COLGATE PUMPTOOTHPASTE DIGITECH DIGITAL or PRESTO DUAL
tendants and the of the
gifts owners
restaurant gave the couple a L'OREAL EYE or LIP ALARM CLOCK PORTABLE HEATER KODAK VR
beautiful candle bolder. 4.5-OZ.MCUUUt KISSES *tSXSMfl.S.M #MOO4 or*O7 50M1SMfl.
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COSMETICS 14-0Z.SlLVliItOl'noacnlN .39.99 TOUR CMOKI DISC FILM''
Among the guests attending were 6 99
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Rae 2.,5 e.2s FOU.WMJTOD Price nwosums.
Mr. and Mrs. Joey ,Herres of '
Tallahassee. 20/ 109' la.2M 3.00Sale

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Donaldson Elder Charles, Ark., will'Sandage be guest of I HI & DRI 1] r'"l SHOP y

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speaker Union Primitive Baptist s-or t
Church on CR 233 west of Hwy. 16, AQUAMARINE LOTION ICMOmOMIll f I | ANYONE'SAD l4.Nr
about IVt miles,Tuesday and Wednes- ict-oz. ora-as. r ATECKERD r s a ,
day nights,Nov. 6&7. AQUAMARINESHAMPOO '
Services will begin at 7 ro "
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James M. Land, Jr. i We meet all locally'y's' yw n: :
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Church of God (: VARIETY PACK '
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9 9 HlVMi- : LADIES' PLUSHSLIPPERS
To Observe National. : tEVIO 12 lAGS merchandise. '' DURACELL"AA"or"AAA"' i

Ladles Day Nov 4 w 1 9 Bring in current ........ BATTERIES !i

National Ladies Ministries Day will While quantities last REVIDN HfVlON. ads & see! 1 00 I PACK or a I
be observed Sunday Nov. 4, at the NATUUU HIM CLtANSH10QI. 3 each of Frltos Ruffles. Excluding tobacco 2 5 129
Starke Church of God.The .3X0 Dontos or Chee-tos, liquor Items. PAIRS
women of the church will be In ,
complete charge of the 11 a.m. warship
service with a special ladies j
choir, special singing and a program GOOD NEWS or TRY BRAND & SAVE
under the leadership of Mrs. Clarice GOOD NEWS STIt OIL
Montz,president of the ladies group.At .
the 8 pjn.service the church will PIVOTINGDISPOSABU ACTOR MAXlaADS...... s-osTMINT SINCHPAPffR

begin ,a weeks Revival with Rev. RAZORS y MAXI lOX Oft soCMOK BABY LOTION". 1.99 =. ,
Jerald Joyner,speaker and 7:30: p.m. WITYMS 1.... .. OaL PLATES
rata S MASCARA -1.00=
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each evening during the week. He is uwn
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known for his ministry in speaking on M0.9.2S ill 2 Q'8 198 :.. 99r =_ -" oroo ,
the end time and prophecy.The 2 59 f .
church extends a warm hand of I compare to ,Compare toJohnson's. HHtCOFFH .
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welcome to the community to come Stavrrce. DIGITAL ia-cup _
worship in these special services. ., COFPNMAKMCMX100O < '' ..."'/,
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Dedan Baptist Church M ASTROTURF. .
CHAP STICK I REVLON M'f? -
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ASSOVTIO latTLW WONDER i! f f --- : 66. 35- c.-_ "",,
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The New Life Singers of Southside LIPSTICK _
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Baptist Church Gainesville, will pre- FORZ / : t.e.2.fe j 79 l
sent a program of gospel muskrat Q R Ak1ERAyrvERSAL
Dedan Baptist Church Compare toTopaT tovaseline. P1 ( C
on Saturday. Compare
Nov.X beginning at 7 H tIRRM ;
pjn. + _
CANDLE Oe
Everyone is cordially invited to at vs err Rqr,3o7s.as .
tend. Refreshments will be served .coarrOa. OUtside pocket for
after'/ the service. film&a.CeSOIIq. ,

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Altar Society ECOTRIN __ PA PAIN RELIBR 1// : .
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:Bazaar Nov. 2 3AFlTTdOATIDMPIRIN CLAtItOi oUlIfTOUGt vnuw so STH ) :
;; 9aosraeLars NAIRPAINTIAIO KR 1- I I ........IIU. TTIPtTIR'
> At the Altar Society Meeting held In
"St. 'Edwards parish ban ,Tuesday limit 2 please tO Compare toTylenol I' lrxly"N4/' 489
were completed for the j \,
evening plans -- .m
1CN TL:::Ke .r
1 Parish Bazaati.to(I'" held there" Friday ........ .
,Nov, I.. J. Wooden handles. Controls.
Ihe day will begin with coffee and .
donuts from 7".m. until 11 am. Ham '
'' dinners will be sold from 11 am.until DEPEND q L.- Dq
1,,7, p.m. Handmade crafts including DISPOSABUIUNOHffiARMCNTI fC IIMYSOAfJ I .
baked goods and white elephant .... s' ,...... fj.oil.' -'. PI.AIIIO
'itema will be available aO day. \ ,10 ucutascutas ANDIItRMr DE '
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"'At 7 pjn. winners of the $100 cash MMTIIHJ or TIMOAUNOR 97 79C : UIto IT

rocking horse and turkey prizes will O.OF ,99
to
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"s 1 I 'CaL:Mrs., ',he Ji.G former/:.Thomton\of.Gent Mooty Diego of "FOR'A. I"'" '" ...' DAILY to.i h tl "uwli 'oi' to.. .... PI 10M'+.0d IIw....t.
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Starke, will undergo major surgery CHOOSE : ;, .,: \', .
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'Friends of brr 'Thelma FOR KODAKQUALITY .. -.vr'III. ", ', !
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and i", .' ,. ; 'K..;,( .., JUDICIAL .i,I', ".a" ""v 'I' 11> ) ,

r .,': Vice President "-JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT,I':>. >>, To vote or. a constitutional amendmri/; ); ;: ELIGIBILITY TO, BE COUNTY COURT'
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(A vote for the candidates win actually be n I' .< Shall'Justice RAYMOND EHRLICH' of ..vy#. the blank space next to either YES or NO. Constitution effective July 1, 1985,to require

vote for their electors.) the Supreme Court be retained in office, ? that unless otherwise provided by general law,

," (Vote for Group) ";V: ,!! . '; NO.1 no person shall be eligible fo( the office !'of.

-..-... ',f/" ', ....,. .. : '. CONSTITUTIONAL county court judge unless he is. and has been for

iI'\It'\ :' AMENDMENT the preceding five years a member of the bar
DEMOCRATIC: \ YES ARTICLE X, SECTION 4 "
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y, .. Npi ,. EXEMPTION OF HOMESTEAD AND PER. ; general law, a person shall be eligible for'elecr,

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WALTER F. MONDALE ;, i"i .. Provides that the exemption of a homestead court: judge in a county having a population of

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GERALDINE vJ
A. FERRARO 'II. from forced sale and certain liens shall extend ., standing of the bar of Florida l.., .,I''
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For Vice President ,,', Supreme retained in office, j.. "b .
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Fop President ( "III ARTICLE VII SECTION 11. i
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For Vice President ... i.::, .'.. i.' ,\c \: ,' ': ;JI.,"', \.'tI ; ARTICLE IV SECTION AMENDMENT 4, S BONDS .FORSTATECAPITALPROJECTS_. .,
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: County Commissioner : ,PROCEDURES OF,JUDICIAL NOMINATING

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their records shall be to the public, except ; :
BEN C. HOLTZENDORF JR.(Re First District.Court of Appeal' be retainedin open school vocational
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TKI.KOKAPII :
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Celebration

For Will!. : ',.. ... ,, : ...;,.' "'...!i ; r : ALTERNATORS i
Searcy ,", ",'a:". '".t.I.,:'., .1',10: ;, ijl."I'..,, ,, +' fti.\ : <'.r]? ." ;, .
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In honor of his birthday and relies.mart 1 p p.Baptist''churchCelebrates :StARTERS-GENERATORS 1
from the City of sitarke Police

Department, a party was given to 108th... AUTOMOTIVE-DIESEL-MARINE-INDUSTRIAL
former police officer, Willie Searcy.. }rtSltritd, .
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Over 150 guests gave tribute to Mr. Hope Baptist Church to Thereisa ?$
Searcy at the Greater Bethlehem celebrated lee teeth year Sunday H Si7 : -
Freewill Baptist Church: Fellowship with Homecoming celebration and ,j INDIA .
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HalL ,dinner on the grounds 1. <<8

Included on the list were City Commissioner The Rev.Stanley Fry spoke and ss
Travis Wood Police Chief the special Sunday service and
Jimmy Bowen. Honored; guests were afterward some 300 churchgoers .
children of the Searcy family: Lizzie .adjourned to the Sunday School
Hankerson, Willie James Searcy building to partake of the deliciouscoyered : B M I Prlcei Start
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dish lunch.Several SSlSSf <* '
Elaine Searcy,Joyce Searcy Derrick : 'w
Searcy. Juanita and DeWhitt Betterson .groups from the Hope.
ah of Starke Lucy Revels, of Baptist membership sang selectionsof : 14' STARTER & GENERATOR' CO. .
pelllOllg.after the lunch.
Charlie Mae Revels, and Ruby Rev. E.L. Is *' REGULATORS-SOLENOIDS '
Bradley pastor at
Jenkins of Cocoa Beach; Mary Ann 1 REBUILT-REPAIRED : /
Welch of Gainesville. Absent children Hope Baptist.! FOREIGN-DOMESTIC, '
were: Sheila Searcy McBride of Arlington DIAL '
Va., Henry Revels of Atlanta E
Ga.; Shirley McCray of Butler Ga. I 964-5274 ,(
and Vemon Davis of Lawtey.
The guest table was draped with a -
'blue and white lace trimmed
tablecloth, centered by a yellow and
white daisy arrangement given by
the City of Starke, background was
decorated in blue and white.
Program members were Dec. Ray
mond Blye Dec. L.C. McCutchen
Rev. John Smith Ms. Blond Eva r
Ruby,Ms. Naomi Jorden.
Alice wife of Mr.Searcy,dedicateda
song, "The Holy City" which was 'I'
accompanied by Mrs.Wulle Mae Randolph -

at the piano. .
Also, on behalf of
retirement, city officials gave
ner at the American Legion Hall 'I.
September S in which Mr. Searcy
received a gold watch for his years of 'm GOOD THUR&
service. City officials then gave Mr. ,
Searcy a party on Sept. 14 at the.City \ '
HalL f
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1. w.win accept but not double free coupons. Also we cannot accept rebate coupons. :

Did You KnowMr. r> REDEMPTION 2. Pantry Pride store coupons are not Included In this offer. :, ,
!{ RULES

a Sales tax must be paid according: to state law. ..f..
and Mrs. WJS. Haas visited ;
their daughter and family, Mr. and : PRICES& OOUPONS EFFECTIVE r
Mrs. Mark Trlmpey, in Tampa over I THURS, NOV 1 THRU WED, NOV.
the weekend. r 7, 1984.WE REDEEM FEDERALFOOD : GROCER _
STAMPS. .
Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Hulls of r' Y'4
Goldsboro.N.C were weekend guests !1 Del Monte :}:
of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch and attended
the Presbyterian Centennial.Mrs. U.S.DAGRADEA. '
Catsup ,
Janet Turner has returned J
from a weeks visit with her son and 'J
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Brant ;LL

Turner and Tim Ford in Washington, ;
DC. and sight-seeing in Baltimore. 99 .

Md.and Charlottesville, Va. r 32OZUMIT1 ;


Mrs. A.J. Barry and daughter, Fry' ers 2 PER WITH A $1000 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Adrienne and Mr. and Mrs. Drew .
Barry attended the funeral of Mrs. BAG LB ,
W.N. Barry,Sr. in Newberry last Fri-' .,' ENRICHED WHflE HOMlNY. us 111"
day morning.Rev. Quaker Quick Grits. . ,BAG 1.29 I I

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CUMBERLAND GAPFrash FRENCH tTAUAN OR CATAUNA .'''': r" rj ', ti
W.S. McAliley of Atlanta was LEAN MEATY t :
Saturday overnight guest of Mrs. Pork Sfoaks . .u.1.59 Boneless Kraft Dressing ; i& a1 49, :. ''t.;;
Gilbert Goldwire and attended the ".. '. .'. I, '1" '. '. '
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BREADED "f -, I.4 i
$ 99 &"...VARIETIESAIpo' ,,..
Presbyterian Centennial'Atte > ",1 I
..... .v' Ot Cor Cooked P Patties.. t.1,19! DinnerHalFMarns, ] ,._ Dog Food : i .59. I
ai theBaptlsl Qa+ In .,. .
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RUgesteaPN.G'laat week P ii8i: ...ase : ;. +1'M'1X'fs'I1X99 LB *-, AL1voJls'lI
and Mrs. JT. Lawson, Mrs. BtonniaDerkman .NEAPOLITAN HOT ON MID I Franks Sodas . . .69. .." J-C:
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Mr. and Mrs. CL. Cooper
Barney McRae Mrs. Helen Cranfill, ''ItaHanSausago. . 'van 1.79 LEAD MEATYCountry
Mrs. Mary Lawson Mrs. Bernie !mines TASTY nWNQChtekanUver .. 1

Jackson Mrs. Its Rain Mrs.BenieceKennard . .3'P' ::1.00 Style $119 Dixie Crystal; '
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and Mrs. Doris Gaskins.
NUOoT.MnESOIIINASI'PAT1D! Pork Ribs ,:.. ,t.

Mrs. W.S.Gibson of Goldsboro.N.C. Fried Chicken =: '. P' 2.79 Sugar '. '+I, ,, <
was Friday to Monday guest of Mrs. JIINER art a

Orig Wiggins and attended the Beef Steak SIZzlers & 1.99 PLANTATION. 4X, 10X, LIGHT BROWN OR DARK BROWN :;':
Presbyterian Centennial EXTRA LEAN BRAND '

.QrOUnd Round FA LY u.1.00 .
$
Club results for SZEPKCL
Duplicate Bridge Sliced
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Oct.23 were: N-S first-Ida Shaw and ; 1-19' 59i: : 'I.
Evelyn Griffin second Rhea .BUY-1 OEM DAK IMPORTED 1 LB CAN 12OZt -, LB

Johnson and Lora Francis,third.Mr., FREE! CHOPPED HAM Bacon PKG. BOX :(
and Mrs. Frank Dkzoks. E-W first r "
Allen Crews and Yvonne Reichman ". \ .40OZCANCastieberry _
second Ludle Green and Marjorie 1.79
Beef Stew ,
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Thomson and third Henry and. Molly' Boneless Whole .CHOICE ..1.. ? ,
Schafer. TOP $939 IOZ '
Louisiana Hot Sauce : ; 31 .00 '.'gt.' f
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Mrs. Charlene Chesser and Mrs. k .1.."' f ,
Bobby Peoples of Salt Springs and ,Eye: Round Roast .r: ARM k HAMMER :,1""'):, ':

Mrs. J H. Dennis and Mrs. One Wig) LB Carpet Deodorizer . 2t oz 1.19, ; u .' .
gins spent Friday to Tuesday of last '
week at Etowah, N.C.. BETTY CROCKER ; M. \\t: xk,{hd :.

A group from St. Mark's Episcopal'Church Boneless BottomRound : Pie Crust Mix . . .". ?oz ".69' ", "';',Ij ;'

attended the performance of : $159 '.\ .i.';.!"".f' "

"Flowers for Algernon" presented by .U.SDJLTOP '} : ;
the Gainesville Community Roast CHOICE Betty CrockerStuffing ; : ..
Playhouse on Thursday night in LB. ,' '.!1II\ I> j
Gainesville. Those attending were .. ., .
Mrs.Ray Stanwix-Hay and daughter. ... .
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Jane Mrs. Lenwood Bobo ,and,
daughter.. Yvonne Mrs. Use Griffis, CHICKEN CORN BREAD OR HERB :

Mrs ; Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. ) "
Thomas Mrs.Flossie Presoott ; iri: STORE DELI/BAKERY ,DAIRY/DELI : '
and Ms. Hazel iUtarde.,, 1N TM6 OBWAKHW STORES ONLY. 9' 'l}
4PANTRX
Mr. and Mrs. T.H Slade have .. PMX HSOZ ONNAMON:: OR 6OZAAA r

'returned after three weeks at Ili t aHead .....- Crescent Rods',.. .,....... oz .89 .
S.c. n HALF POUND
,I..JCG CRACKCM MKWBL MO1OW! :

Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman o Kraft Cheddar.,. ...a .i.. 160 1.80 BAKERY LJ ; '
and Mrs. W.B. Mundy spent last Friday Boiled. $129! Axanoo : FAMOUS : :;--. K

at Cedar Keys. .H Sour.Cream. .. .. 4''. . 1eoz. ..80ISetbfeo Onion or Kaiser Rolls . PACK .99 ';,,/'",,

Mrs. Helen Wallace ci'JackaonvD1e': ,am. PANTRY PRIDE ,
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will be weekend guest of Mrs. HJtf. '. ''';. '..,.'. ; oz ..00PUREFLCfflDA Pu3!'A-Part Hot Bread 2 1.59 ,';,;'
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Richarde and will attend the State f .OUOWH1CMEAT- rata : j I .. ,t
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Farm Retirees reunion on Saturday.': :Turkwy.Braaet .POf.: POUND 2.19 'PfbOOE.I ALF GAL GT 4, PANTRY.PRIDE ''r. "
PANTRY ,
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones"of r f tCJlDFA HIOft. .' !!' gn' p '_ Size ;. 1 ,..'
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Batavia, in. are visiting her brothers '.o..l I rar"iro.99 Oraiige 9 59Jllic ; :; "' .. .. King \ :,.1'\'
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in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. OR.Scoggins ,"AImWII \ '. iWJr. 'me"-- 00 ,I ;
this week. 1m.d Reel 1.09. Bread .
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Unu Jean Fuller of-Moline, 'Ga-. e 'Satan* PDIafD1.9'9'' ai;,..!. I ,,'I'"
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Mrs. Ruth Betts of Climax.'CL:and I "
Mrs. J JI. Moncrief visited Mrs.RE... ....... ....CXII'1' wnM' l t.
McCranie in Tampa last Tuesday; .8U.... &. N. .v'wv.y.."f.. .70 A.. ,tLBPKXLIIP : 20OZ '
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Mrs. J.R. Jones and Mrs. 'TA. 'IIUII- """" .,. !$I.99 f n.
Yawn of Gainesville were last ., $159' -
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Wednesday guests '
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JM. Moncrief. ...N. Franks. .
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OIAMM CH CQI.A"" PreeanWng Exclusive Offer On Beautiful, s "

Mrs."Jeanne Bkhon of Paducah ;....lti..., ,.... ,..,.. ; .qu.. 3.70" SUNNYUMO i SUCB0OUVIIOAF OM' Ascot Fine Porcelain China

slster4n Ky.spent-law the,Mrs.past Mary two weeks Covington.with her ,, SlIOId..... ..,...... .:.... P**: .80 3-PIECE PLACE r; "tING'1':

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;STORE'OAKERY, ; "r, Io
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Bggers had:M C ; 1.a. : ."' .
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weekend gwssU Mr. and Mr-John,. ", :::: : \
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Eager* and son of Lisbon G**: : 8iia.it : 'I" .1:. .
Mraeflte! and Ronnie Eggers and Mr;' : -.Jr 69 '" J
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and Mrs.: David Byers, and son of. :
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by Uolores MettgAttend Kerschner Oct. 23, Jaimee Page Linda Kerry '"and'' Ann. ;Bakers i II' ,,They all Joined In wishing Mrs. results w1it6 /' Winner! ter d le. II"., "

'c, phone 4 S49t5 Hughes Stephanie Redding and Hampton.,,, .! 'J> .r ,,1. .i rfi\; \:,. ese happy,birthday:thaVday. 1'r1ze JW Lnwis'sMUr; grace-? s'I Mrs.

celebration... Kevin Meng; ;; Oct. 24, Robert Broome; fran New enjoyed '\ : Hampton In the; ;,,student raffle held on Friday, Sandi Sanders seventh! tfrfid 811 enjoyed -
Oct. 28, Misty Koehler and Garnet York denting with J Elem. School those winning prizes were: ,Greg a recent field ( St
Mrs. Clarice Adklns and Mrs. Sue Studer; Oct. 29, Jessie Keaton; Oct. relatives and friends there. News Hughes, AM/FM cassette radio; Jose Augustine. They saw the 'Play
Brannon attended the bicentennial 30, Patti Meng and Vicki Zacek; Oct. ,tr Super P.E. Ayfles,pocket radio with headphones; to II'w", depicting the trlpl
Students
celebration of the Methodist Church in 31 Polly Woods. Visitors... Aimee Hodges, headphone radio; Robinson presented at th for
Lake Butler recently. They 1'1\011O named Super P.E. Students Cheryl Thomas. the Deaf '
enjoyed Recently Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scoggins, and Blind '
Meng
the festivities and luncheon well Hampton Lake News tot the week Oct.8 to Allison Archey.Jiil Powers
as as visited their son,John,who is with the 12 were; Miranda and Stacy Aftef\yard. pl
visting with friends including Mrs. Attend wedding... ,' Marine Corp In Camp Lejeune, N.C."" Zee,Charlotte Smltll,Cory Wright Rhoden won 'Florida1 Bank $5!"cer Beach' 'and, picked .. Interesting
Adkins' cousin Mrs, Olga Dossier,alsoa Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Clayton were and his wife, Karen and daughter Kiln Wilson, Greg Hughes Davia tificates. "ells. ; ", 'up'l_; r;.i.
former parishioner/ of the church. among those attending the wedding Stephanie.They also enjoyed the lovely Roberta Tiffany Clark and Karen At the adult raffle Saturday night! .. 1w
On Saturday evening Oct. 27, Mrs. of her niece Patricia Taibi, to Em- autumm scenery. Estevez. Those given this honor from the following won prizes$100\ ; Wimv.".
Clarice Adkins and Mrs. Bessie Max manuel Rodriguez on Oct. 13. The Last week Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Oct. IS,to 19 were: Terry Kerschner: Dixie lhopPtn spree Janet, Law; .t Cutting Christmas. !
well attended the golden: wedding anniversary ''wedding took place at Our Lady of Meng, Christina and Daniel, ,visited Maria Bowen Elaine Rhoden, Eric ceramic statue donated Denmark Cosfs Is" Theme ,
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Mt. Carmel Catholic Church In her sister and family Mr." and Mrs Donnerstag,Kelly[ cribbs, Dana Hall; Furniture Co., Linda Baker; $25
Clinton Daughtery at the Graham Queens, New York. The reception Mike Slaughter Susanna and Marlo '.f."..9rton and Allison Archey. emergency ;,road kit ;from Mon' of'Nov. Seminar'-

Baptist Church. followed at the Astoria Manor. In Leesburg.They also spent two days; -The large Successful Carnival True tgomery Value Ward, Gordon Sanders, ; $10,. Want. save rnoney during the holiday -
October birthdays... Among other relatives attendingwere at Disney World and P COT: , Halloween Carnival $10 ,
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Saturday ; Norman""Country gift
Home Economics ,Office 'of the
Oct. 19, Dawn Manning, Kenneth Mary Taibi, her aunt and uncle Mr. Host Bible Class... night enjoyed the variety booths. certificate, John HaL Cooperative Extension Service Isresenting '
Crawford, and Josh Cruze; Oct. 20, and Mrs. R.G Griffis and cousins, Mrs. Lula Slade hosted a covered nice1 Prizes, the hay rides, and good Appreciation Is extended to all who a program, "Cutting theCost

Alicia Dawn Baker Shannon Hughes, Daniel, Kathy David James, Cindy dish luncheon at her home on Oct. 29 with food.,It former was similar to a school reunion donated in any way' to'make. this" ,carnival .'" of Christmas" MM
and Donnie Brown; Oct. 21, Wayne and Gina Grit,.Is. all of) Graham! ; also for 18 members of the Outreach Bible with flchers students and again Visiting .a.success; '" ''Ideas for gift giving and decorating
friends! Monetary Will be presented. These home spun ,' .

projects are' easy to do andiwon't
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Learn to use your talents and skills
MANUFACTUREJ.'S to create a happy holiday season.The
program Is free and the public is in-

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The seminar will be presented at

YOUR MANUFACTURER'S : the Hampton CityHall on Thursday,
COUPONS ARE WORTH TWICE AS MUCH Nov. 8. at'7:30 p.m.; at the>$tarke
COUPONS DOUBLE i Agricultural Center, on 301 on.Tues
WHEN YOU REDEEM THEM AT '; ;r.. day, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. and at the
PANTRY PRIDE Lake Butler Womans.Ctubj on Thurs1 -
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I M..d'1II""". It 1 Hamburger gravy,!mulled
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5. The coupon value cannot exced; 99e and total redemption cannot exceed the cost of the hern. .>m '.' ,i .'?' "'3 .'$iii 1 ''garden salad,applecrlep,milk,hot roll.'ly." .r
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& We .wilt double. only the first coupon the same. Item Any additional coupons. of like Items will,be redeemed tor lair. .'value. only. : "; I? 1 l"rWa;.Nov.>i Chicken: ft noodlo;chees4e atlxcabbage -
m t '. > '' rye f ?"' '* Nr.'T* /*,* slaw applotauc. ,peanut butler*honey cup
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Nov. err Hamburger on Bun/lettuce
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:' ,' Wednewlay. Nov. 1:.Beef-V elable sap cheea

Golden tfIie taM ThHraday.csbbagesl.wstrawberryYarlake Nov.I:Plea buttered green peaa.milk.*car-

Mahatma .1 i tOOl milk., appleaauce. butleracotch aq..I.bot.. roila

FrId.,.-Nov *: Spaghetti w/me.( aaucc, cheea

Yellow Rice Mahatmi' Ripe 3'L" ,''libe. ,:gHrden: \,'salad' ALACARTE,trail crlap hot rulla u,milk.KI*"

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CHOW MBN CHICKEN BEEF: SHRIMP OR ORIENTAL
EXTRA FANCYRED FRESH hamburgeri, (Trench fries,
Chun King Divider Pack oz2.39 OR GOLDEN III- ''mllkahakea. t&
GreenCabbage .'Each day student.have a choice of a hot.ketch or
BOZ ChunKlngNoodles..69 DeliciousApples 79.c. 19 .... lalad bar or they may purchase a.Ia-art.' ,,

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AllMixed 'homeported in Norfolk, Va. "iIjRuOedg jj
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Vegetables ,,,+ GreenCukes FRESH 1978.Did You Know....,...... f.'.\

ov.o N$1 5/$1 (

CAUFORNI3'B/ .GalnesvDle''Distrlct'
;. Attending th. ;
'. :'-t' tr! Ib r UMW Annual meeting Sunday after-

..1&OZ 1 noon were Mrs.:, $.G Denmark,:Mrs.
: AJ. Eaves,Mrs. Rex Anderson, Mrs.
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The reception and program were heldat

ASSORTED)FLAVORS Wesley United. Methodist, Church, in
Hl-C Drinks FiAVfURED . PAN .69 Gainesville.Mr. 9"
FROZEN HEALTH; & BEAm ...DSa'CORN
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CHIPS,CHEESE CURLS,CHEESE BALLS OR .and Mrs. George Huggins nave
'. s Planter's: Pretzels . roz ..99: Flex fe returned from 10'days camping at
;.J 1 it} FROZEN- Revlon Gold Head Branch State...., Park,*
*" Budget i
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Gourmet
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;;'.t.r1l.50ZGRASSHOf> : >' ,13OZCHIP5IES { FQx.. .
Keebler Oatmeal Creams i3oz, .99 r 4 AUVAHET1ES ,t ; ; ,:71':6 .' 1 ,.' ',
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Castleberry '.. f Birdseye : ; .>: .by Elizabeth Walker .
Igate'a ':" r 'phone 9644883 "i

) WITH r+Y6rry rf -,,,'-... Little E8f"t t I' | '' .
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Chili IPiMP 'Rro:.k>i' liutTch News....
,I BEANS \; & 'Cob Com .. .ToothGE z. us \
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.. s c, ./; Iliiiwin; "- \ 1"'Z "' n'.. WiU; hold "prayer services" on Nov. 1

',' ;. .' Slim Fast and 1 at New Bethel Baptist Church,
\< 9 ... Diet; I$. ,599' Rev. AJ. Simmons, pastor. Prayer
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.: 15-0Z Birdseye -SROOooi.i 69 'oolAnORvANIU .. .j Revival will begin Nov.5 through 9.

CAN SPEAAS at 7:30 p.m.: nightly at New BethelBaptist
Vegetable> I. Cricket Church byj-Mt.
'; sponsored
,10OZ:FROZEN 59 : DISPOSABLE 299Pepsodent Sinai Baptist Assn., with Rev/AJ., .

it; WINE &' BEER PEAS Lighter The revival't by

'' Dr. Henry J. Lyons, president of the
; Carlo Rossi FROG ;' Florida+General Baptist Convention
1 3 LITER
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"" 'P'. Wine Sunny .. dance and prayers are urged and the

Ji CHABLIS,PINK CHABU6. Delight 69iJ11e: : Toothbrushes AOUL' 2$1 : public is invited. *'
.' $599 Sisters will host
( RHINE}I QU ppee The Simmons a
". I ,":, ff PunClt. SOFT( MEDIUM OR HARD '''musical Sunday; Nov. 18,at 3 pjn. at

1 : i14P) ,,"I" ,'>""', 'I, 'New Bethel'' toattend.MJ'
!. {;'" : p bst' '''Blue' ;, 'public. is invited > :
i ii wa Beginning Saturday Nov. 3,at 9:45:
; y ''Ribbon. Beer' ," .. I ".,n.;, the New Bethel Baptist Church t I
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1'5'1") ;':-i'r.\' ''<)1< ,:; .. ., ., "" : ,Your prayers and support are usged.. )
: SAVE 30 CASU' : imereatedepansas are! ;
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I SNKlsrORANGE: ORFROST1E "' ,In West Germany' I''

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... funk& Wagnall5 VoIumes 2 7'7,29 I ROOT"BEER "a.' '-' .Air Force Sgt Michael. ,McRae,. /
eon of James E. and Marian K,
:' Hew Encyclopedia oni $;; 99cxh : McRae of Starke,has arrived for duty \,
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Volume 1 only t IS wEEK VOlW.4ES I n... I -
v' 1.Tt'lRU IO.AV-'ILAUONLY ... '89' McRae, a commhnfcationaoperatiaa
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RULES OF )E GAME '. .. )':.; I : : !;' TEAMS NAME- EACH THE WINNING WEEK! AND -

1)Anyone axcapt TELEGRAPH amployfM,stir lmmadlo families ors 3)) In COle of Hat wa\will" l use the total points scored Irt the Brodforcl: High School
walcoma to antac, but lbar li a limit dt in* in the points think ba icorad by the' Tornodoai and W E[J Y
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off at the TELEGRAPH off ic. each aflamoon. Fill 'In all tiebreaker blank.!! For Instance If the Cor* In the Tornado* gamawot W.+7.Ir
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think th. gam will and In a tl.. Tha MMnJ ho pkkt the most gamat right will 4))All dacitlont of lh 'V rb ge are"flnali' A second tUbraokar:, will ba used If 2& :

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TERWILLEGAR MOTORS 0,0.. trUlltlte9ar $ 'Jr. 4MMM1 | & AUTOMATIC TRANS.

!!" t, REALTY.111'1 | ''I '

206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke, Florida .: { -0- :; = 4W-1ISJJ M414MTU1WI SERVICE -

Sea The Professionals: w. ,9847776Clavalatid :w:= 91"i sllan' 964-681 0 ,
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Bill I u/irOM 914M1/ Nebraska v. Iowa Stata
Clyde Byron Jim Tom CECOJATERWUEGAR: i"2o i"Ii..Jemollsiirk'I ..... .. We Do General Automotive Repairs

.ra Buffalo Miami VI N.W York Jets .lei,.... U9-2121


/ .L Custom Uniforms Wilder Selection
BVU v* Texas (EIPo.o) (
: Tiffin and.Oyvens: I

... l"' ') Realtor Inc. ... '(Fp I SPORTSjCENTER j. CHARLIE. SCHRAMMI I 1

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&:+ can't sell your horn, we will buy it. lei. .t 1 .. -

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L' Off Jc '((904)) 9645065Oraa '. 107 E, Edwards Rd. i I ((904)) __ ,D Telephone ((904))964-7500
Starke, FL : 964-7434! CIIEVY-OLDS Gainesville ((904))372-0103
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SPORTING GOODS 964.5677 Tul..n Settles NARDWAa5STOaS'' Hardware

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Xfcnd Garden
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Accessories Available o' Hwy 301 S., Starke, FL 964-4642

sec 994.441FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE BRING YtyUR AUTOMOBILE Plumbing, Electrlal Tools Building i Supplies
VCTMBWflIU UC Tlflara WI 01... County HOME: 914-1121 TO THE PROFESSIONALS AT S W MUFFLERS. Live Plants Artificial Arran j4rnefirsForsyth

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um bCUBBEDaES I '
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If you building a new horn's, l &
You will save &lusquoteyourplumbinglRemodeling CabinetdflOp Florida National Bank ,

PrtfcHfMul. Hum6wWKbUna feKResbiental Washington vt California of Starke
e CMmtfctal: W :.Plumps Stpfic Tanks LSII vt Mississippi I I ,
1209'Temple Avenue Starke ,
New hstibfan. ft Repairs 105 W. Jefferson St. Starke .

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ADcmoNS [ 964-46731 964-7050:
ROOFING
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CUSTOM .BUILT Home : '
Jeannies 777 Shoes (901)X47717417 ((904,473.4189) l\\ '
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ALL. ONE PRICE Q10 Uss' 0444I ,, ."& CARPET, INC. ..

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Pantry,Pride Shopping Center St.. Mig By ""/ '' 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida ;
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Ward's :,Components, Inc. 't'If 964-7423. 0, I

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'2 Mi. North Keystone Hgt.6n Hw' #21 Miami FI\, vt Loultvllla

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JACKSON BUI'LDIN.GS..UPP'LY I Jones Convalescent Services 91lllli\ LULL "CAN HANDLE ALl'' YOUR WIRING NEEDS" f '

473-3176 Keystone Hgts, Mmmllliln 1111I11! ft' \
Lake Butler Stark Keystone Hgts. '. I// South Carolina vt NC Stata'
S.W. 6th Ave. US 301 South jet SR 21 & 100 964-6200 Starve Service Cab
24 Hour SemuuRESDENTIAL
496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 ,96 8744 COMMEHCIALStarke

J.A'nldart vt Chicago: Texas VI .xas Tech 355 N. Temple Heat Pump Specialist


r '0" I ''f'' .'. Ray Winner.j n el d this Burns i Week Jr.: Starke Motor Parts ,Co./ InC

STUMP'SDepartment With lOOenlries In IheTelegraph football
'n' : 'contest this! week,there Sa.ive-waYlie 155 W. Brownlee St. f
>. Store 'r J.P',; for the winner. FirlweverltayrieldBursts/ ,
Jr. was closest I lie ptlllll'spread' of 22 ""'

ra Bradford.Sq Qr.e'-Starke j1M'.,.'rt points.> .! Congratulations' .\ ) ,. .u

'5 964-5423 Algator Creek, Ranch Inc.' t _
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Atkinson's. Home Health Cart Jl. a 1 ,
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Cubbedges RemodeHng& Cabinet. Shop !t ;.'Ii '
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Denmark StarkiJ 1 ;
Furniture of __lForsytn
TIRES & S-'''VICE .;.,'"'j'J I: ti' 't,' 964-6973'
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Temps Starke
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'Jones Funeral Home ; .
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964-5827 Farm ProdUCIIli't\t: ,,. t v ". f ;;" I
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Aainso 'l- Skylne Home Center. :\\h: '::; ..:"::r.., ; .( : .t.,'.' ':' ';: Norman's 'Farm 'Produce1;

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.. 98 Street' .' S. rke' 11" Stark Radiator a Automatic' Trans..t Svc. l ,, '.. .617NTemple-. : '.: Starke
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SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL: PUMPSt PVC .. >f I
-- pipes and fittings. Water softeners. PROCESS MAIl AT HOME I $73.00 per : .
Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgts,,'." WANTED hundredl No Experience.. Port or full .
FOR RENTKIVSTONIHEIGHTS PERSONAL SERVICES .73-<1006 5/24 tfnchg .' FOR RENT. time 'Start' Immediately. Details m ','
AMWAY PRODUCTSi Call to place your ;;7 ,"< '. send ,.self-addressed' stamped .i\
ord... Nutrlllte V tamln'. Need extra < >ANTED.TO BUY Old&arp.nt.r' Tools... '., TYPEWRITERS enveloped to C.R.I. 6092, P.O. Box ) t1
REALTY.RIALTOR NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call Income Call us far detail"i'" : 1 Especially old, or rare,plan,.. ,will. MACHINES FOR RENTi AND Union ADDING 3149, Stuart, .Fl 33493 4-pd ;4
County
Rental Available 473-3671.3/10 tfnchg pay top price. Phone 468-1334. .
Property Chuck Satterwhlte, Stat. Form Insurance morn Times, 150 Main Street Lake Butler
ZONED COMMIRCIAL-Hwy 21,centrally Lawrence Blvd.. Keystone SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2% mil.. Ing or evonl"" 4-pd 10/18-11/8 iPhone 496-2261 for Information. TFN YARD SALE. ;J,
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located. 8SO iq. ft. $300 per mo. OR Height. 473.7272.7/19 tfn ..asof/ Melrose. Azaeleas 50 c.n"each NEW MOBILE HOME ,. <',
FOR RESIDENCE 1BR ,..... $5 limit. 475163916tfnmg' v'wANTEDi R.sponiIW.party to take FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 0). "
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room NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE?Call ChuckSatterwhlte BH furnished LeCROSSE
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with kitchen HAMMOND ORGAN With aver monthly
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$230 unfurnished State Farm Insurance, plus music$993.rhythm..cLars Call; "." piano. Can be seen locally on spinet Writ. Worthington Springs Post Office on Nov. 3, at the Big "J" drive-In Hwy .' .:i

WHITI per SANDS mo.LAKI 2BR 1BA screened Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights' 473.2210 w..kday.organ or 473-464S Credit Manag.r: P.O. Box 537 Brooker Rd._Colt 4962308. utn 11/1 '121 a variety of(terns, amply parking .: ;.'((1

porch, fireplace, unfurnished 473-7272.7/19 tfn w..k.nd. for appointment to see. tfn Shelbyvllle, IN 46176 3-pd ::00-5:00.1-chgIl/1 '1.' ?"
mo $325 per PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete 14 FT. YELLOWSTONE CAMPER sleep ",a?, II/I-1I/13 v %'1 I FOR SALE. YARD SALI MM. ,AND SAT. 231 by I.., 01 ,.
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'lawn and maintenance. ?r 'y t\ 'I". .. .'..'. Clark's Grocery phone 4963010. .
car. six, !
SIMINOlt RIDCI 4BR 2V4BA screened awning, flushing toilet good con-' ... ....... 1 '11/1
porch, newly painted, wood.tov. Executive Commercial' or residential. Free dltlon. $1,395. Call 4732277. 11/1 FREE I9B PONTIAC FIREBIRD Good cond., -chg
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home $400 .lImat... 473-2197 _nlng.. 8/02 tfn tfnchg electronic \
per mo. T.top tuning stereo, .
HWY 21 LAKI $ROOKLYN .3 bedroom 6 FT. HIDE.A-BED COUCH. and matching spoiler, automatic transmission, tilt. Lake Buffer' :
bath C.B. home, $273 per month. Subscribe I chair of woven fabric. $120 or best of. RETIRED SHELTII SHOWDOG 'NEEDS steering, power' steering/brakes,
Call/ VIckI 496-2261'
'. KIVSTONI HEIGHTS RIA1TY.Realtor fer. 473-4027 Itchg 11/1 '. LOVING HOMI Good with children electric windows, V-6 engine. Phone
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,47J-4"1 FEEDER PIGS $30 each pair of turkeys 4962321weekdays, 8.4:30: ; 496-3789. ufn 1,
g 6/21 tfnchg $10. beagle puppl. $10 each. Call. 4963568after! 5:00: p.m. weekdays, 1982 HONDA ACCORD Hatch back
MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS 4737461. Itchg 11/1 anytime weekends. I-pd 11/1 6000. Paul M. Rlherd 496-2101 or Rooms *
..:: WHITI SANDS LAKE 2 BR haute, WHOLESALE PRICES Statues and plaques. 4963371. 1-pd 11/1 .: ,
; lakefront, A/C Oct. May $2SO per ANONYMOUS. Closed Painted or whlteware. Molds. INSURANCEMAINES 1979 FLEETWOOD 24' X eS MOBILE To Rent I
i month. Call 249.7884.4tpd 11/1- 11/22 meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open. Oth.r It.m. also available. 4733337. HOME 3 BR, 2 IH, central air/heat. *
meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Monday Itpd III'i $30,000terms negotiable. *Weekly
B All meetings at Educational INSURANCI AGENCY Currently 'Monthly
p.m. 160 S.
c1 ri on rented lot.'do. not have to be
NOTICE Building Community Church473.2790or HOUSES FOR SALE lake Avenue Lake Butler, 496-3978. moved. Phone 496-2321 weekdays, *pr By the Night .'
473-2130. tfnchg Complete Insurance Service. .
TFN. 8-4:30; 496-3368 after 3:00.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted PAC RAT Buy, Sell and trod. Used fur p.m.weekdays Located by
to the Lake Region Monitor office nlture, appliances, household Items, DEEDED LAKE Almost' new 3/2 REAL 1980 HONDA anytime GOLDWINO weekends. Starke Post Office
ESTATE
In writing and paid In odvanc. collectable' glassware, old (ewerly, on 1V4 wooded acr.. with live oaks, 1100 CC MOTOR CYCLE -R.asonablb MagnoliaiHotelIIAII
.ngln. fairing. Best of
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un I. credit !I. already established tools, .tc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 fer. Phone .
LOOKING FOR A 483-1861. pd 11/1-8
: with this office.MONITOR porch garage, laundry. $32,000. SPECIAL PIECI OP :
) STAFF CANNOT BE HELD' 413.2784.2tpd 10/25.11/1 PROPERTY H I don't have It, I'll find
: RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN YARD SALE It Just.I ask. JANE S. USHER Subscribe I 1n
BY OWNERt 3 BR, IV\* BA 1 % yrs. old. REALTOR; 496.2126 or ''496.2903, .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
t'' THE TELEPHONE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Entrance to CH&A In Clay County. Beautiful I oc.tree eves. "Your Union"County """or." --I __. .

I, Clatsltled deadline I I. Tuesday noon High Ridge Estates. Hot Point Washer covered lot, fenced backyard, 8/04 finHOMES i Owe IOIChann.! ', i .'
r'; prior to Thursday publication. and dry.r, electric fir. place, gas deck. 48900. Call 473.7272 or FOR SAL LAKE BUTLER AREA :' ;
heaters and lots of misc. Itchg 11/1 1.259.2138.9/20 tfn DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION. Lovely 4 CARlSON FLORILAND'
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Minimum charge Is IS words for$2.75. (
: th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. 2 FAMILY Fri., Nov. 2 and Sat.. Nov. 3 ... 2 BH, brick home w/pool .nd 1 Home Sot.lUt.Syst.ms, lnc .
until 3 p.m. Oreo Street. See signs.Itchg acre In Lok.Butler ties been reduced i j Hwy. IOOW-Keyton.H.lghi. I' .i.
PETS REALTY
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$123,000 to $110,000 owners 19041473.2666Fr..domefChoice
1, PERSONAL SERVICESCARPENTER NOV. 3 Refrigerator. anxious. Cell Johnny Johnston +
: space all heater, 220 electric heater, AUSTRALIAN SHEPPARD 4 months old, Realtor 904-374-2321. I-chg 11/ 964-7700
I' work linens. cookware, books, clothing, Brlc registered, $75. Call 473-7910 or 393 N. Temple Av..
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kitchen cabinet WORKt and Remodeling trim carpentry. A Brae antiques, and more. Citrus St. 473-2183. Itchg 111LOSTFOUND PERSONAL SERVICES, }366.Hom. on lok.front. V.ml. P. Odom
behind Co-op. See signs. Itpd 11/1 Breezeway, workshop; Broker.GRI
Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after I
FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY 9 3 Janet dock
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p.m. 1/5 tfnchg DORMAN WEll AND SEPTIC .
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Keystone Club Estates. Itchg 11/1 Pr'c.dot'
$35,000.
I Free estimates. Ten Starling Country.
years ROTWEILLERi Neutered mate. Keystone new Installation of septic
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for SEVERAL FAMILIES YARD SALE Friday. are Call 473-3728. 11/01 2tchg 11/08 tanks, drain fields and lift stations. Realtor 1368.6.Unlt Efficiency '2,'orv hom..early '9OOa.
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Tools, clothes, dishes, silverware and Mobile home poles available. All Apartment R.ntal. Room Part hat bn ronovoted.
HANDYMAN.All kinds of home r.palr., misc. Hwy. 26 between Melrose S Put- work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- 02.10 Ac.1 $2.000 for .pan.lon. $75.000. Could be 2 apt..
mobllefiome r.polr., and fix-up needs. nam Hall. Look for Custom man 2752151. UFN 9/1 per T.rm.. CBLK.3 or I BR home, 2
No job too small. Minor plumbing signs. tpd 11/01 NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal -5 Ac.1 Pv'd frntsl. 13S4.IAc.Ranch.tt..3BR, baths with 11'4 "

repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul. J and pruning. Also firewood, oak and 12.500.. I 1'h 8A Home. Mint. condl .r.umoble mlg.20 .
Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. CARS, TRUCKS pin. for sale. Call Thomas Nettles Ac.. Cov'd In pin... lion. ....500. God Location for Of30 .

3/17 tfnchg.CARMICHAEL'S. & BOATS 4963823. ufn 12/22 At.1 50000.. I .Coll to see our 4 Rc..e Building ,000 aq ft, ,
PAINTING Interior- JOE FORSYTH- GREASE TRAP'S AND -STATELY OLDER HOME: I bedroom, 2 bath home on Could easily be two of.
exterior. References. 473-7317 6tpd End of Season Special SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Resonable 3 IR, 2 SA $45.000. 21.6 ac Priced at 63000. Ras. each with
9/27 II/01 1974 OLDS 98 Needs work, $300. TRACTOR price, day or night service. All work REMOTE QUIET SET. Terms avallabl.: entranc... L... than separate. $20 .
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LET MI HELP YOU CATCH UP A little 1955 Ca. tractor. For ports Nationwide swimming poolrepresentative appreciated. Call 4311022. 4-pd. TlNG:2 BR. 2 SA, $37,750. ft.14 .
behind on mall typing, filing, office Make offer, 473-7037. 4tchg has 10/4-23 Ac.: $1,750 ac. .q.
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work. I am temporarily yours. Keep 10/25-11/13 CLEANING Do need of
you office -3 III 2 811. ,
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1977 quality In-ground pools. Wants 'poc.. a dIR.r.nt .tar...
thlsnumb.r.473.22894tchg1018I18PRESSURI CHEVROLET P.U. New mufflers dub Church or business .tc. cleaned $25.500.. ..
WASHING Removes dirt, and battery, A/C, AlT AM/FM/CB, hometltes, for display program ? Please call 496-2636 between -FEED STORE $45,000. i Owner will hold mortgage ,
mildew and peeling paint from homes $1,09 Call 473-2232. Itpd 11/1 Great for 9:00: a.m. and 1:00 p.m. or after 4:00 : to qualified "y.r, "
driveways, docks, patios and mobile < savings p.m. reasonable rat... 1-chg 10/23 LIQUOR STORE .24 ac..a.... 2 BA hau...
homes. Call Rick. at 473-2432. 4tchg homeowners who qualify. REDUCE EXCESS BODY FLUIDS and lose AND LOUNGE Appro. 5 yra. old. Has

11/1.11/22 MOBILE HOMES N.w pool concept and bat weight fast, take E.Vap "Water Pills" -SERVICE STATION .31 T.mpl.'Av.' nursery for pigs, concrete
$40.000
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Also roof r.palr. No |lob too small pdlO/25-ll/l $25,000: farm' <
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YARD SALE YARD SALE FOR FOR RENT

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MOVING SALE GOOD SELECTION U.. TWO FAMILVl North on 301 to NE 26th MIMOSA' SALE I
.d ride and walk-behind lawnmowers; Avenue. Clothe, '''tool., gas heater MANOR WITH 3 ACRES 3 BR, 2 BA. FOR
chain saws; many oth r (bargain. misc.Thur.., Fri ft Sat.. 9 till ?? Rain or Mobile homes double carport efficient waod- 1972 Ford Pinto'4sp.edlransExt.cond.
l Stork Pow.. Equipment. 322 S. shin*. Itpd 11/01 Recreational stove, Between Stark' and .

Walnut St. Stork.. 9648568. 10/23 BIO YARD SALE 5 'fomlll*. Dish., pot 68.2912.9116 tin Prison. Leas required. First and New Tire,
4Khg 11/15 ft pan, drape., pool table, bar ft MOBILE HOMES month r.nt and security deposit $950>Will Negotiate
FRIDAY & SATURDAYS 9-3.; New & used tool., lectrlc appllanc., lot more. W.from Call Stark city II. per mo. Call 1-332-0177 evenings 904-712-3063 L.wtey I "' .. l'' rrwiltCfjarALT
468-1323.
tool, furnishings, porting goods, Hwy 100 West 3 miles to SW 5th Street Hn j
hau..wor.e &cloth..315 N. Clark St. at Crosby Lake Shore watch for ''lgn\ .. CLEAN MOBILE' MOBILE HOME 9 BR, 2 BA. In -
10/25 tfn Fri. ft. Sat. Itpd 11/01 Hwy. 16.W. on on. acre lot near Keystone* NO DOWN PAYMENT t
MULTI FAMILY YARD SAlf Children. and SIDEWALK SALE AT WESTERN AUTOi 468.1323. 10/07 < *, $275 roth, plus elec. dp. of New 14x70. 3 BR/2 BA !

mat.rnlty cloth., book and mice. Thur, Fri. ft Sat. Toy, tools $3 watch STUDIO Security deposit $75. Avail. Nov Mobile Ham $219,97per
Item.. 739 S. W..tmorland St. Fri. ft **, furniture, bike.. BBQu grill, rots Palms 473-4456 after 4n/ afternoon. mo. with approved CECIUA PHONE, 944-7776
Sat.. 9:30: 5. Itpd 11/01 heater, paint etc. Itpd 11/01 pie Ave. 7/28 tIn 2tehg 11/01 credit. Call Mr Bradley EltWILUGAI: 205 N. Temple' I
ROOM FOR RENT
NOV. 1 1 2i Baby bed trollr, walker SATURDAY NOV. 3i Rain or thine. Four 2 'II APARTMENT for detail .
high chair .baby ,cloth* 0-2 yr*., families Appliance; clothe, baby W/SwImmlng linen Included. Available Nov. 1. $235 per 473-7237 SPECIAL
|.wlry,.curtain*, .hoi, purses, mn men, and ladle.; dining chair and /$ sec. deposit. 120 N. Myrtle jSEClUDEDt CHARMING &, ONLY 6 YRS
and womn cloth*, and miss Item.. table 2 chair footlocker an premises. ..... 11/01 tfn ,
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Thursday ft Friday.; Vi mil. 'north of lamp; couch and chair cover and $300/mo. Fr. IN COUNTRY 2 BR mobile NO CASH NEEDED OLD. 2-story, SIR.' 3'% BA. CH/A.

Thonl' on right. Itpd 11/01 throw; Much mor. 93. 1320 Blending Stark. 964-7600.,.,. Furnished with A/C and heat. 1985 2 BR Mobil Horn. ,Separate office' tlry limit*. Fth pond on
THREE FAMILY.YARD SALE Rd16W.Olin' St. Saratoga Height. Itpd 11/01 NOW BA TAKING For ;: yard. Call .....5630 after 5. Itchg Can 8* Your for ST49.63 ,7 .Ac. Havo,to ...;to belle.e! l 100000.
apt. more
.Trailer Park lot of mlcl. From RUMMAGE SALE By four families. On Butler .. .. per mo. with approved .Now $99.900.
10 until ?? ,Thur.,. Frl 'ft Sot Itchg Sat from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 209 E. Apt / OFFICES IN DOWNTOWN credit. Call 'Mr. Bradley* .. ..
tunity Housing (V*)*!*!***
11/01 Adkln: St. Household and kitchen. : Newly remodeled w/central for details
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS clothe. .lc.Corner Items, clothe. Itpd 11/01 FURNISHED A/C and air conditioning. Located at 473-7237 THREE NICE HOMES Available' Far Leas
of Church and Brownlee. Saturday THURSDAY SATURDAY! Huge yard TAGS lea... 3 BR. $ corner of Call < Thompson St, Con- *SM.500 Will buy this 3 BR, 1V4 BA w/CH/A'In

from 8 a.m'tll ?? Itchg 11/01 10''.. Sheet, chair l all sizes In 9/06 tfn No pet, Freeman! R.glsterhl. 9645888. country. "replace.tock, : ft patio,.I Afi;Circle drive,
3 FAMILY YARD SALES Sat. 9.5. 624 N. clothes, children clothe ,
sm camping LOG SPLITTER For BLISSFUL ,PRIVACYtThl .new tone & cypress, can.
lake St. Itpd 11/01 lot 1 mil. 301 S. HOMES FOR SALE '
equip., more Items. .
Call 964-6974. / Trampoline temporary on 10-At. ,''t.. City, Nice touches Inc.
SATURDAY NOV. 3s 9 a.m.4 p.m. Rain'or Lawtey City Limit, Itchg 11/01 ,MOBILE wallpaper.a fireplace,4 BR, 2 BA, Exc traffic pattern .
ihln. Lake .
Klngsley Civic Center GARAGE SAlEi V. mil. past Highway
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from Lake 1st and 2nd ,
across Existing Morgtog
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Station on Hwy
'. going month. also originate home equity loan.. 'Factory Direct SOUTHGATEf 2 beautiful lot. $6,000 each. Cash
cook ofa
stove table
ping pong ; 301. 5-plece dinette couch 2 rockers
clothe, household Items, drink and lots of flea market Items. Thursday 473-7560. Bill. / Liz langley at 964.3010.8/09 Hn lay-A-Way now' for COMMERCIAL-OAK PLAZA just S. of City Limits
machine eke Itpd 11/01 thru 11/01 TRAILER. SPACES Quiet close convenient. Christmas next to future horn of Stark Chryiler-Plymouth. 13
Sunday Itpd
managem.nt ( ) ) 4 BR, 2 BA. Lot of storage, '
lots available.
FOUR PAMILIESsFri. 95. Automobile $25"
FRIDAY 9 TIL TT:' N. 301 at doublewld Down '"
radio and .... 964-5333 for Carport workshop. Pecan .US 301 FRONTAGE: Approx, 3 mile* S. Also
speaker, Sanyo .reomu.le behind Thompson' Garage. Toy,
Good 8 ft. 12 ft. '$235
3 (R BLOCK acr** gardening. Down x
system, family clothing, tool., clothe, dishes, camping stove building ft 2 Ac. lot. behind. Buy now. Owner fin.
housewares;.etc. North 301 |lust before and much more. Itpd 1/01 refrigerator assumable mortgage 13 ft. Round $299 e" ACRES ONLY $35.0001; .10 Improved pasture,
8/30 Hn
Textile Town. Itchg 11/01 GIANT SAlEi; Restaurant equipment furniture Call 964-5606. / S Ac.wooded w/1 Ac; lake with fl.hlbc., terms by
horn
CITY BR fenced
2 IR MOBILE LOT 4 ,
CLOTHES. FURNITURE&MISC ITEMS Sat. mower tiller tool., .door, 752.1999 752.9412 __r.
and kit.
GrIHI.I living room dining '
8 til 9. 383 West Washington St. Across mortar box 2690 watt alternator Phone 468-2374.Loop. ha lots of cabinet space room and pan. 7525385 lake CityShop''Compare ,HOME i 2 LOTS IN CITY: frlced: to sell. 11000.
from BHS Aud. Itchg 11/01 many more Item. Fri., Sat. ft Sun. 2 MOBILE and Owner finance
HOME FOR ; Newly painted, papered
FRI. ft SAT.i Nov. 23. Tim: 9 a.m. til 4p.m. mile N. of Stark.' 301 ft Morgan. Rd .bath.,Stork.. .. Central heat large hade -1M1 FLEETWOOD MH ft Lot.. No., 6 Crosby leek.Shore. .
On CrIHI Loop SE 30th Ave. BokIng -- Itpd 11/01 ft 12x24 storage bldg. $29.000.:
APARTMENT NO. fl with utility building. Need an
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'dishes and glass dishes, silverware clncy .. and some TIC. No owner financ : !! PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEVl NW 7Sth Av. 2V Ac. SP

8-track tap player rugs,. kit. CARS &TRUCKSIS mo/$100 deposit. $31,500. Firm:Serious Inquirer on-, Special Insurance forj $39,900 with $7.900 d... Fin.. b1-ner \VA 1$ yrs.
ch.n curtain, ladle. .lack* and girl.; Call Mobile Mo. $379.25. Cleart. ,
Owen, Inc, ... Jessy. 372-7734 or 4623998. Home 'Parks pmf.
boy clothes, baby clothe, toy and. IT TRUE you can buy i epi for $44 33* C CALL ; 4tchg1 / .'All types of homeowners ..4 11.'2 BA ON MORGAN RD Beautifully land-
misc. Item. Itchg 11/01 through the U.S. Government? Get the,
bedroom STORY S BEDROOM HOME Smal) coped with swimming pool surrounded by ch.lnlink
lAST 18, .2 MILl OFF 301 1 Toward Hampton fact today) Call 1-312-742-1142, exl. and policies for!
$165/mo.I00aec. I assume payment 10% tense. pawed drly woy. $62,900.
Reconditioned 'color' TV 609. 9/2OEOW 11/01 mobile homes.
many 964-5069. Itchg Itchg 11/01 OVER 100 FT ON LAKE BROOKLYN By Approx. 393,
household Item., and curtains 10 '77 CHEVY STATION WAGON .
a.m. $17,780i BR, 2 BA 1 Call for Quote *
,TWO HOUSES FOR dwelling an H< deep w/smoll cottage.. 27000.
til Itchg dark 11/01 FrIdoy.Sat. ft Sun. 468-1339, AC/PS.PB.GRAND PRIX Run.,.loaded.good.9644092.83 PONTIAC 10/11 both. Completely with oak tree, 4 Inch deep well Olin's Mobile e3 BR, iVt BAi $37.100. Brick CH1A, $32.000 mtg.
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furnished. '
Keystone Height
FRI &SAT.'.5.Children cloth., Infant tfn area 4737832.: price H you qualify. 104 long St.
through 6;. toys household good;, '79 LINCOLN'TOWN CARl Good cond. ,,2 BEDROOM .2 9644993. lath 11/01 Home Sales HAMPTON LAKE Redwood ft ,brick :3.BR; 2 BA

blender; potty chair; baby dressing 3750. Can be seen at Olln' MH Sale Keystone Elaine M. Olin home Fireplace ft sand orch'on'land.caped ac
It/01 tfn Agent
table; flower pot.; headers! step Hwy 100. Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn REAL ESTATE plus lot. $94.200,, .
bumper; 4 Chevy ralley? wheels; tool '57 CHRYSLER 4dr. Sedan black. Good MOBILE HOME : OUT OF AREA 964.5606 HISTORICAL HOME IN LAWTEYi 6 BR, 2 BA on 7Vt\
ROOM 2 BR. No.
rnor cond. be Bean Olln' 2 MH hookups. $$69.900. lots zoned MH.
ft much: Three families Highway 1000.Can at MH ac.
Call ..
deposit.
100' 3 mil.. south of Stork. .at Sales. Hwy. 100 Call 9645606... 10/25 HOME,ft APPROX\ ?,49 ACRES HWY 229( 99000.
Goober'*..Itchg 11/01 tfn Hn OR JUST RELAX at the Steve Broadway Aism. mtg. of,, appro $....000 at, 9% mo, pmt
APARTMENT FOR
,FRIDAY. SATURDAY NW 28th Avenue. GOVT SURPLUS CARS & TRUCKS under (a private residence) TREE SERVICEE.WJpplwwO1 $35.49. 2nd mtg. for $20.000 at 13% by owner.
Stark. Orlglnlal Cabbog Patch doll.. $100. Now available In your area. Calla cy. Furnished on top, of Beech Mountain ; TERMS 0.12% POSiRLE-16.a.cleer.d' W/OPCKOK ..

Iota.., ft .U"I.| bit of every thlnQ..)tpd.. rv.l.(6191.569.0041..II/Ol, 3tchg 11AISr.aatkTlLhssPgRO __...' 11/01", .. ,- oIl.FcHo, (___/'!,'...' .'.. :: ... I "TOOr"'Jwf Hwy 3OI .,kw 2 deep well,3 *epf Ic tank.
-- l1tQ' gr'PAI3LAN.tsnr'' '; '''..''_f ici.'and rT air/-Tr t'Tj-T h ,-I.ea0.84WI"; & fcan +psww .. J. "Jf JW s.7tl.veldc l 'ttoe&erfpond: ft'creek,
601 MILTON TERRACES 9-9 frlday ft automatic six, AC low mileage,'great w..k. Trimming COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 215' ON 301.

Saturday. Itpd 11/01 .hap.. $2995 or So. 964-4850. .85.1371. Itchg FOR SALE OR RENT Stump Removal! located In the Heart of Stark*Approx. 1100 sq. ,f>,
THREE FAMILIES Fri. ft Sat. 85. Adult 1974 DODGE PICKUP One
owner Firewood .
lOOMS WE ARE PROUD TO OFFER one of Bradford County'
'and children clothing. trolling motor automatic. After 9 or weekends, call .
,eDay ew. BlHLDINGi Will build Free Estimat truly luxurious home. situated across from the
to cult t
electrical: luppll.. doll ft mlse 100 964-8081. Itpd 11/01 *
West 1 mil.. Follow Signs. Itchg 11/01 '$3 LINCOLN 4-door, Signature series, Have 2 Ac. Will Invest. Rt. 301 473-4732 Country Club Extraordinary privacy and gracious
FRIDAY, &SATURDAY! November 2 ft 3. 9 like new. 17700.Loan valu., $16,000. ':f.-c\'O"\ from :, 6 mile south of Starke.' Or call living ore available. In this 3 BR.2 Vi BA, brick home,

til 4, On NE 2nd St. (near old city '82 Jeep Cherokee with Larado 1ALnt+, 'A./c :< 1-813-689-8011. 01l8..tpd 11/08 'After 5 P.M. An uncommon concept of living. Superb condition.A .

dump). Cloth, stuffed animal, mlse. package $10.800.473-2214. 11/01 tin Keystone .SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Beautifully
electrical appliance*, farm Implements 197 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 2.-.dr. Heights constructed whh brick, 4 BR, 3,BA w/swlmmlng
pecans sweet potato, and $850. Call 9647625. Itpd "/01' -. : Licensed & In u pool.Oeslgned with the family/ mind.
much more. look for *lgn*. Itpd 11/01 197t CHRYSLER CORDOBA PS/PB ft AC. I'T'; Subscribe Today SMASHING CONTEMPORARY! "-"Ory, cedar, at
SATURDAY NOV.3i,...,908 W, Pratt St. Elec. seats ft window, cruls $1,773. :" { Country Club 2(4 sq. !ft.' on 2 lot*. Beaut. Insul.
Three families. Itchg 11/01 7823110. ,, : NION COUNTY TIMES Out of Pawns Fireplace. ,,.. old. SP $175,000 mtg. $73,000 at

810 N.ST. CLAIRi Baby carrier $15; baby 1977 CHEVY IMPALAWAGONS New ; (: 496-3261 ,'/ %. Mo.-,

Swing-OMalic. $15; cassette top 'tires $1,275.782-3110.; elSVi Ft. fiberglass fish ROOM TO ROAMI 2565 sq. ft. home I I. located on

holder, $25; exerciser, $39, ,All Ilk. 1971 MERCURY ZEPHYR Station Wagon. Out Subscribe Today a ski ,boot, 55 hp 3% Ac.w/3 BR. 3 BA ft CH/A.S10S.OOO.,

new Itchg 11/01 Very clean Inside out. S'-P8'AlC.: : 6 AXE REGION MONITOR Chrysler motor; Gator .4.9 Ac.t Beaut' brick home. Approx. 1500 sq. ft. 3
GIGANTIC GARAGI SALBi Clothing,, cyl. 18507823110. tilt trailer Excellent conS yr*. old.Great room ",, replace.( Assure mtg.
men- women girl (*i. 7rHJ) > 1971 GRAN PRIX f PONTIACt PS/PS.' AC. 473-2210 dition QUIET LIVING BR. IVt BA. located at 1320 Sear.
household Items plant. *tc. Comer of $2,350.782-3)10) Itchg 11/01 StOO.OO Ing St. CB w/opprox..1700 sq. ft.

NW 57th Avenue and SR 200-A, near 1971 DATSUN R-21or door, automatic< 'Subscribe Today I *16 Ft; Alum. Extension THINK COUNTRY Converted DW on 10 A. fenced
Tatum: Saw Mill., Lawtey. Sat.,,,.8:30. transmission: A/C, Run good. $1,493. :> Ladder" ; land: 2.5 A. cleo ..3 BR. 1V4 BA w/scrn'd back
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Itpd 11/01 Cash 473-4508. 'jtchg. \ 11/01 $11.00eOmnichord parch. Patio and Utll. rm. 35000. 1
SUNDAY GMFFU LOOP lot of baby TELEGRAPH
ON r. """"" brick
COMPLETELY RENOVATED stucco
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I, SMOLawty Rd. IMA. Bit. t BA, CH&A. Beautifully decorated,
other Hem*. 9 til 5. Itchg 11/01 .
NICE ACREAGE Greet prlce-20 plus acre locateden
SATURDAY NOV. Si 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rd. 3 well. 2 tanks, barn &
Morgan. Sep. m.
Multi family Inside BCYA Bingo Hall enGriff 'I 1 Pawn Shop "
teolshed., Can be divided.$27.000.0. or$50.000 ell.70S .
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!. loop. Pecan and .nut* Itpd OWN YOUR OWN Jri-Sport.ar. Hwy 301-lawtey .
11/01 ,Ladle Apparel Combination.. Ass, W. CALL STt Only $35.0001 Beautifully appointed

AU KINDS OF ClOTHESi Fri. Nov.,2 and c.s.otlss. Large' Slit Star.. National 2 BR super living and dining ream.

Sat. Nov.3. All day. On Ellington.Road. brand:, Jordach.., Chic, ,Lee. Leal & IC TRANS. VACUUM NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn 2'/ Ac. located
Robert Rd. off Rd. 3 BR. 2 BA. CHftA.
Follow *lgn*. Ifchg 11/01 Vandrbllt. hod., EH""* ,BrIMonla. 16.. Carport.
TOO MANY ITEMS FOR ONE WEEKEND Calvin Klein Sergio Valnt, Evan ""SALE ** .

SAUl, Fri & Sot. Nov.. 2. 3. Summer Picon,,, Claiborne, Members Only. .. IVININGIIAVIIN vttiMos
cloth*., tock up for.1989; Fri, & Sat.., Organically Grown 'Halthtx, 700 \ H NEW &. USEDWe JOHN OMtMt ourtAw_%.tin tat mvmo CIASK.*iu oooo n set.the
Nov. 9 ft 10. Winter .cloth**?Men*. other.. $7,900 to $4,900Inventory.., TOMMY CHAITAINtM-4' MAX INI BOOTH....ISM
women ft children. *li*> 0 & up. Also airfare. training fixture. grand opening a-Uu Finance Our Own Nova WAllO...-'.... PAYS MUUIM.-1U3,

both weekends, twin beds car seat. etc. Can open 13 day. Mr. Kaiser KIRBYS WAVNIOOUOUtMIM ...JOHN LANOf. IIO..229I,
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vocuum: cleaner& much much mar. CR ((612)) B88.65S5. ]tpdw1 1/01 ROYALS .' !
225- between Lawtey ft prison. 9:00 & US 301 EUREKAS""" -. . '

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Frem:!1M" .!iI1". Custom Drape 3 Miles north of
Wall to Wall Carpet & More. I

4 j 2 ft 3 If5dr'oftRa. .IIHle Mow }; Call 964-7295 or,' 964-4214. bang. .- ,Supplies. ,

If, '. Southern Villa Drfv '' 'Carpet : Any '

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All $24 REWARD For return of college axle bred four!if ry 1
FOR SALE .rFOR SALE .. HELP WAN ED $19.makes Work cleaned' alled'd adjust!( **. graduation ring red tone, gold color*:"';' Hlahest. prlc., paid.' Green's Welding
Strickland, guaranteed. James Initial WDH Phon 9646470. Hpcf'e Shop, 301' South Stark, FL. 964.IOQ7,'.
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NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. GOVERNMENT '; Hwy. 16. Stark'12/29 tin 11/03 tfnchg
PECANS We buy. sell or crack any "OIS' sao REWARD Lost beloved pet. Small
Measure 24x36". 25 cent _ch. Great amount. Open 6 day a w..k. Wainwrlaht l6.559.SO,553/year., 1 Nowhiring.!\! CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free med. shaggy female dog. Blonde color.
for patching and repair TELEGRAPH. Pecan. Stark. Farmer' Your' or_. For Inlormatlorkffall ((805)) estimates. HandyMan Fence Co. lost close to Middle School, answer,to
139 W. Call St. 964-0305 Market, Highway 301 North 10/25 687-6000 Ext. R.5504,10,18 tpd 11/08 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 3/29 Christie.' On medication. Please call
USID ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER. Good con. 4tchg 11/19 FEDERAL, STATE & CIVIL'SERVICE JOBS MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. today-964-5644 (day) 9644316 ,
dition. $129..OFFICE SHOP. 110 W.Call PEAS FOR SALE Open this week.:Zipper now available 'In your area, Call Also hove quilt for sale Assortedsizes (night). Itpd 1101COMMERCIAL Quality "
St. 9645764. Cream and Improved Acre*. South side 1-(6I9)-S69-8304( for info 24 hnr 10/18 and designs'Betty Hlldebrand -- ---- :
TWO WELL USED METAL DESKS $30 ma. of Sampson Lake. Call Tommy Wynn or 3tpd 1101VOCATIONAL 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg 'Auto"DQtailing |:J
One 4-deportment cash register for Andy Baldree. 9645986. 10/25 2tchg AIDS WANTTODRINKT PROPERTY I ,v
taU, $225. THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. 11/01 ( ) and Instruction THAT YOUR BUSINESS RENT IlEASe'' .We Clean Cars, Trucks, ,I

Call St. 964.5764. KITCHENAIDI DISHWASHER) 7500. of handicapped worker.' In the WANT TO STOP"' .. :;<:,*&'AIJ' Types! ,RVs. .. ." :,:..
PIANO Old but good. Need torn work 9647217. Itchg 11/01 manufacturing of pallets;. survey THAT'S OURS ,d. "
to bring bock to perfect condition. Muttto MALLARD DUCK. LIGHTER FIREWOOD A stakes and other wood'product.. Individual Alcoholic Anonymous444150964M949644434 POR SALE LEASE OR TRADES 7100 Sq. Ft. : 15"toall

... appreciate. $29. HOME ENTER trailer axle. Call, In Lawt y, 7823650. need to be people orienteda 2-story masonry building at corner of Mary, Kay BeautyConsultants
lost Call ft Thompson S'. On. block
Bradford well production
TAINMENT CONCEPTS. Itpd 11/01 a* minded able to ALANON
Square. 9646946. 'WHITE MALI MINIATURE POODLES 5 V'". relate well with student Qualification FAMILY GROUP from City Hall. Make an offer (904) Dealer Welcome '
USED OFFICE CHAIRS One brown executive old. AKC *: HS 8 2 1'''. experience In Industry 9646219 U4-6849. Clyde W. Simpson 1119
registered. Paper 7500. -FREE PICK-UP"ft DELIVERY
vinyl chair. Good (hop*. $75. Call 9646974. Itchg 11/01 rehabilitation or related Heldor pdthru .YU Berets Bank Building Jacksonville, Fl Come by Lake Chevy-Olds; ask ,for
Several others In lock to choose from. completion of vocational ,BRADFORD 32202.10/26 Hn
SEPTIC TANK
training SERVICE '
DRESSERS. $35; Student desk, $25; Septic Steve ft Ella. McMahan/ or Dwayne
$200: OFF Heavy Duty Executive quality chair. $2 to $15. New gun cabinet program, with on. year experience. tank pump-out grease trap, drain. Bowen.
wool desk with credenza to match. w/glass $125: coffe* table, $25; end Salary based on training & experience. line retold. Residential and commer MISCELLANEOUSFREE Coll
THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. Call St. table, $15. 212 E. Call St., next to Send resume to: Bob Larimer Director cial. Fully licensed. Reasonable For Appointments
964-9764. e Railroad. Itpd 11/01 Sunshine Industries. P. O. Box 509, 964.0121,10/15 tin PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME Call 782.3931
NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS Perfect for painfinfl 1911 LIVESTOCK TRAILER 28 loot long. Starke. Fl 32091. 10/25 4tchg 11/15 JERRY ELECTRICAL Now In Stark.. after 6 p.m. 9644589. Itchg If/01 Mon-Fri. 8-6 Sat.8-3:30
*drawing covering furniture. kid 9646127. Itchg 11/01 NATIONAL COMPANY EXPANDING Into Reasonable price, Free estimates: ... r '_
to color on, etc, $3.00 pr roll, SLEEPER SOFA, matching chair choir area recruiting for management 24-hour service 9646897. 10/18..tchg .
TELEGRAPH. 139 W. Call St. 964-6309. w/ottoman 4 end table, lamps, first trainee positions. $20,000 to $30.000 CARMICHAEL'S ,PAINTING Interior- .' :ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.'
ROLLS OP HAY'Order your hay for the $40 take all. Call 468-1774 alter 6:30. potential. Respond to P.O. Box 12547 Exterior. Reference, 4737517. 10/25 : .
winter and Ieav.It under my barn: until p.m. Itpd 11/01 Gainesville, FL 32604. 11/01 2tchg 2tpd 11/01 :; I
ndd. Roll of Alicia. $25 at barn; 11/08 GOT A LEAK IN THE ROOF. HOLE IN THE Realtor

Argentina Bahla $20 at barn. Hay barn LAND FOR SALEONE FLOOR faucet need llxln', need a lockon formerly_ fAULKNER' REALTYT9645065J
7i .miles 'N. of Starke on Road 16. the door? W* do all this and much"" .
Delivery available at extra charge MOBILE HOMES more. Horn and Mobil Horn repair.. : \ I '
782.3727 after 5 or 9646167. Arthur ACRE LOT lacing Forsyth Road. FOR SALE Mon.-Frl. 8-6, 9648830. After 6 p.m. j :Jt : : ,
Gaskln. 10/18 tfn $3,000. $300 down. $75 per mo. Call and weekends, 9648961. 10/25 tin 'J ,
19"WARD COLOR TV with stand $150 964-9606. 10/4 tin ALL BREED PROFESSIONAL HANDLERS i 221 St. -.
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and Four 14"brand n.w rims $50. Coll 1.7 ACRES off Brooker Road (CR 227)) SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. reining, conditioning grooming ,' etc. ,. rl. 1,300.Lafayette m.t.5:30 p.m.. Saturday WishboneMon a."'. ..'21'100".1.
468.2063.10/25 2tpd 11/01 $4.000. $400 down, $75 per mo. Call 301 N. Starke. Com see Dee Ramon Attending most Southeastern show. --. ;
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CURLES CYCLES Hwy 301 South. Lay-A. 9645606. 10/4 Hn for the bargain 964-4414 or 9644778. Wayne and Carol. 'Stark, 964-4127. INVESTMENT PRO'ERTIES.
Way now,for Christmas. TRAMPOLINE 14V ACRES off Forsythe Road. $1,999 4/26 tinMOBILE LAWN NEED MOWING Raking? Edg *60 ACRES PRIME AGRICULTURAL LAND with 2 fish
SALE,,,$299; Go-Carts. Boat ,Shelter, oer acre. Ha a large pond. $2,000 HOME FOR SALE. Keystone ing? or Shrub need pruning? Phon. pond Priced right to sell
Motorcycle Itchg 11/01 down, $200 per mo. Call 964-9606.10/4 Height 2 BR across Irom lake 964-4116. Itpd 11/01 MUST SEE TO BELIEVE: 2 bedroom, 2 bath brick home
26' CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER Fifth tin Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down. CARPENTRY Porch, deck*,'stair*, addition with fireplace, skylight, and,sunken tub on 6.1 acre.
Wheel. $2,995. Call 964.5606. 10/25 tin OCALA NATIONAL fOREST High and Must remain on lot for five year. *, remodeling, ,minor plumbing. Call for an appointment.
FRANKLIN WOODBURNING FIREPLACEl dry wooded lot suitable for mobile 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn
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9646232. Itpd : 3 BR, 2 BA home on 5 with fish
With pipe and chimney.$30O. 964.6674. home, cabin, or camping. $4950 eau 24x52 TIDEWELL DOUBLEWIDEi On I1Ac. '/ I BABYSIT IN MY HOME Mon.Fri.I have pond. approx oc.
101252tchg 11/01 w/$150 dn., $63.14 Exc. of land. 3 BR, 2 BA. Carpeted and
mo. huntingand a lanced-ln play yard and live' In town. *20 ACRES WITHNICE, 2 BRFRAME HOUSE ,Reduced
AKC COLLIE PUPPIESi lassie-type. To fishing Owner. ((904)) 236-4579 or furnished. $24.500. Call B.J. at Call 964-9882 ask for Barbara. Itpd 65000. ( to
good home only. Male and female 6299649. 10/18 4tchg 1108MOTORCYCLES 431.1212, ext. )31. 11/01 2tpd 11/08 11/01 WE <
HAVE 'SeVERAL ,
TRACTS OF LAND LARGE AND
9644367. Itchg 11/01 GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door, windows, SMALL Call for details 1 ,
SHAKLEE USERS Lost your source? Permanent etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY,
Clay Hill Feed *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Hwy 301 S & .
residents will supply. Just call 964-6078. Order also taken In Lake N
Joy.<964-4223: : or 372.8962.11/01 4tchg Butler 496-3079 and Keystone ASSUME LOAN AND MOVE IN 2 BR, 1 BA.
282-1 063 .ddleburg *NICE 3 BR DOUBLEWIDE.
New roof and
11/22 permanent
TEXAS GRANO ONION PLANTS $22.00 1971 mile.SUZUKI. Call MODEL lOOt Only 2600 .50 Lb. Supr Block . .$7.75 Height, 473-4973.2/26 tfn porch addition on 8.9 ae.'North of Starke. Priced right.

per thousand. 964.8106 or 964-9406. 473.2214.10/18 tin .5 b. Supr Block. . .$67.DOOr I *3 UNIT COMPLEX: New roof. 2 Units recently flnl.h.,1
1912 KAWASAKI 550 LTDt 2,450 mils.EI.c .
11/01 2tchg 11/08 start. $1.250.lnqulr. at 418 N. $64.00 Ton ((3rd not complete) on 301 Lawtey, Terms very; flexible I for
USED COUCH Beige, one-piece couch. Christian St. Stark. Itpd 11/01 100 Lb. 12% Horse. . . .$875 Maines Real Estate qualified buyer.
Phone 964.5875 alter 4 p.m. Itchg 100 Lb. Whole Corn .. . . .$9.50 *CENTER STREET: 2 BR, In town. Owner financing. Priced
11/01 496-3978 High 20s,
ANTIQUE, ,VANITY with bevel-edged *PRIME LOCATION IN TOWN Duplex Ovonerflnanclng.
mirror Excellent shape. $125. r" ..... Lake Butler; Area: Available to qualified buyers, ':

9647076. Itchg 11/01 Hale and Associates 1)) Large 3 bedroom 2 bath home on nice large, *3 BR, 1 BA ON l'/i ACRES: Only $?VOOO.
GO KART FOR SALIi 964-4361. Itpd
*IN TOWN: Approximately 2 acre*,with! MH.
11/01 shaded lot. Central heat and air. Walking
Real Estate Inc. distance to
SHAKLEE USERS Lost your source? Permanent 2)) 3 bedroom 2 bath home on'l large landscaped everything uptown.
residents will supply. Just call Located Corner,of SR-121 SARATOGA HEIGHTS; 3 SR, 1 BA Hardwood floor,
lot. Central heat & air. fenced yard, shady lot. 33000.

Joy.11/22 964.4223, or 372.8962.014tchg' & SR-18_Worthington' Springs 3)) 1982 Flintstone Mobile Home and; lot. 1 *NEXT TO.PARK. 2 BR, 1. BA recently redecorated. Ha

COLOR TVi $99 and up. N.xt to Starka 496.3939 462.3068 bedrooms 2 baths. many ;extra ,

Truck; Stop south of Starke. 9648212. 4)) Large residential lots owner financing man *5 ACRES WITH 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick only 59900. Approx. 2
mile from town. Stone J=.P. Pecan ,
11/24 tfn tree* pasture, fenc
MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES' Window & *Specializing In Farms. large trees some available for mobile homes ing, country living.

door,, plumbing and elec. supplies: Raiford Area *HWY 16 W: Immaculate 2 BR, 1 Vi BA. Nice size room.
also (urnltur.. BARGAIN CENTER 1 and Acreage Building' or Mobile Home Lots : CH&A.,Fenced yard and other extras

mile.South of Stark., 3/01 tin 500 down '7200 month 1)) 3 bedroom 1 1Y bath brick home on one acr *CYPRESS STREET: 2 BR, 1% BA'Only 32000..j
HUNTING SPECIAL Remington 30,06 per I /i STORY HOME: 3 BR, 1 BA.On 1 acre )plus.'1 Excellent!
of land. Has central heat
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Model 7400. new $300. Firm; Marlin owner financing. f n
.44 ,callbur magnum rifle, $140; Rem Now Renting Mini Warehouse. 2)) 3 bedroom, J'fa] bath frame home: on app o*. *ACREAGE: From $800 p.r: acre & up.f:!. Lg. and Small '
ington .22 long rifle, $75,' Marlin .44 Qne acre of land Central heat. ,, Tract*.
catlbur magnum rifle, model 1894.with Check Our Rat s .Fpr prices. and taolalf" talloHARRIETTMAINES'REALTORd .1 , 'q ""*' ASSOCIATES : "n .r ''.- :)
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.cop*. $160; Ruger mini ',734 callbur w "' ', "A rnWlrfrWfpSo-MjW! SUSXfrf ULKNER964.4045LOU : '
rifle, with extras $325; 12 gauge : YOUNG 964T.73S3 "" BOB .
MATHEWS 964 7281
hot, $50. Long-whe.l Pietaistineeded ..- Main. Real Estate I
shotgun -(Ingle L ELISE JOHNS 533-2783 REX SIEMER 473,,2120
bae topper for Import truck :: I "
flbernlass. $150. Call 485-1941. 10/29: .. Lake Butler, Fla. __n!SUZANNE KITCHENS 964. *tJo: _' 1
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extremely stingy BUS defense Intermittent,y.The Tanwdoesremnlrii tl ne8,'lnchtdmg a 27. yard run, on the I
shut out Interlachen High, and the ed virtually error free, mishandling drive. "
BUS offense, with John David Frauds the wet footbaU only once that after R Linebacker Cra1Jc FaJstreaux pal

quarterbacUng: put 22 points on was all but oven, tally blocked an linterlachen punt
the board for an Important District 8, and Tony Diggs finally corralled the'

Class 2A road win for the Tornadoes BUS Scoring... loose football near the end of the first : Wadsworth,,. .

last Friday night, Oct 28. A squlbbed Interlachen punt set up period setting the Tornadoes up on range passer,
Rain tell most or the first half, thaiKeep'em the Tornadoes on the IHS 44 yard line the IHS 35 yard line. The drive was of the fisM' and.

for its second possession. In six plays, stopped at the IHS 17, and a 27-yard ; Split end Rusty
the blocking of the BHS offensive line field goal attempt by John David favorite: receiver,
and the running d Junior Clinton Francis was slightly wide to the right. ala? throve to

Jenkins, including a 24 yard burst, no. 10 and to
BHS was at the Interlachen goal QB Getting the Shutoutl... Roberts no.33,and
Francis who got the starting' nod Coach Mike Sexton's defense held Roberts no. 4L

after his gutsy performance in the Interlachen without a, first dawn in. backfldd., ''', A; "

Clay game scored from a foot out the first half.Sexton 1 ,,,,,,b,'" ,
with 4:27 remaining In the first periodas substituted fairly freely In r .... f .,a- >JI 'y
rain fell steadily. the second half, but put the first string ,"""t"', .'".

Snap for the extra point was on the back in to keep Interlachen out of ,, .. .
ground,but holder Tony Diggs alertly' the endzone in the last seconds of the .... >. '">V!

picked up the football and passed to game.. IHS moved 51 yards on its ," ','
Billy Jackson standing alone in the longest drive of the night. Francis intercepted Weir High .....

IHS endzone for an fro BUS advantage but BUS fumbled the foot. A Wet Night... t ";1. -:
ban back the next play ?......t My ts.te,
A 48 yard run by QB Francis put '.I just couldn't stand it," said Cheerleaders Melanie Woods, ... 0.... t* Mb* seal
BUS up 1M with remaining: In the Coach Sexton when asked why. he and Polly Grtf flu, In back keep up of40.. whkh ,to
Guessing.. first half. didn't allow Interlachen to score. spirit despite the soaking rain. Camp: ROM!. Tke e
Holding the football high Qtf John With quarterback Frank Long running times,the fans and cheerleaders ...... en eM will' kite
David Francis keeps Interlachen fast and hard at l'W1I1I1g'back, ed more like drowned rats It was ...n f........btliMted

backs from coming up for fear he'D BUS drove 58 yards In 10 plays, with M.t.cMS S.- beautiful night for football, ii.rk.,1'M Noun

throw over their heads. Francis Long scoring from 4 yards out with .r*, his first start at quarterback and lead got 7:31left in the game. Long carried,7 Hi"' IHS downs, failed to get a first down .....-.4 43. lefce
rim D* m tV managed only 16 yards rushing
BUS to 224
a win. Including 48yardTD .r*. Hinhlnt. in 4tVirtfi first half.IHS managed 70 yards of
:
run. r.Mtns '1" fense in the second half, but 51 _..D. Bttt's Lour.,.
PC-PA-PI 1... *>l ;
-
Penn 4-MoI.1I.4 of that came with BHS ahead ZW .........Weir 2F0

NOTICE ,, r PvmMM Usf 1-1 4tscorint the first meeting. .*
: :' "' ,'' ,.; M.am.s sa 5a .. ... the ... receni.
Still in Race. I
..
.- '" Is 5 big, tfrong feet-'
Clients of MmnnsrysU .. _. Keystone High'i Indians, now .. .... pieced. serene **.
k fft .cII
Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc.! Pew Pnnck,14..1.5 true Miit ruined Clay High's homecoming ..tltl... this _i

I> BHS- PrMCM.. S-y.rt rvn. BPt PnncU,kkfc." a 14-7 win over the Blue DevUs a "' -. .,' .'t,:, '
1) SMS-....,syarn i run. SPt Franctt kick. defending Dist.8 Class 2A champions.
The Circuit .Court has ordered Three \\o. let( .,:', ,

Rivers Legal Service Inc. to no longer >' The win puts BUS, KHS and

see client applicants In the Bradford Small Crowd... in'' a 3-way tie for the district }. i.L

County; Courthouse effective Immediate Bradford fans, mostly parerU of should the three teams all win ,Ki; ; > I

ly. Interviews will therefore no longerbe band members checrleadrs or football remaining district games as
players, outnumbered the small pected.A day win Friday would .
possible In Bradford County. Interlachen crowd.It meant the Blue Devils would : : '

It may be possible for Bradford County was a wet, but beautiful night for repeated.BHS ,

residents seeking our help to be seert/ In football. The BUS band performed In / choose: to play one

Alachua or Union counties Call T-shirts and dungarees, keeping must face the Florida High
uniforms dry for the contest in Hawthorne on Bradford Field Nov to
904-372-0519 to Inquire.. -?..v r' Gainesville the next morning. in its final district test of 1964. hi Spring and
Bradford County clients who arecu;; r- ,.
again team
rently being represented by Three Rivers : .. .Defense!Tough..* The KHS win supports Coach the first round one. .on at:
Legal Services Inc., will continue to be .> >; Embarrassed by the 39 point performance Hurse's, contention that Clay l .

'. I represented by :Three Rivers Legal Sar- of Clay High Just a week ago .performed of BHS said

,vices,. Inc. I., ,::, .'". '?;f :' ? :, "y. the Tornadoes played tough defense than it has or probable will again would prefer,the'
'at Interlachen. season. The Tomaodes .
bring out
I 108I
11/012tchg The Rams ran only 15' offensive 1..best. in everybody; Nurse believes, the Utleitrliht'ir

,, f.' d their' two re
J A' BHS tie with
....-, .', tT"1 give the Tornadoes;
FLorida 32060 until ; d it* M-7 victory:
...Cage Registration...
IN THE CIRCUIT 1t/19/)984.) i the second
Notices : COURT in game .
Legal OF FLORIDA. Itchg 11/01 v Basketball for boys and girls, A BUS loss to
(
EIGHTH JUDICIAL .. 8-14, will be offered at the give Keystone the
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR -- 'Recreation Department. IDS to In

BRADFORD COUNTY, Registration begins Nov..8 and Clay the crown..
NOTICE
.
...salon, the FLORIDA, .Dec. 5. : however, is
IN THE CIRCUIT OF APPLICATION "
COURT OF THE followingPo : per CASE NO: 8412SCADIVISION Sign'up at the Old Armory, : Keystone will win
'
: CIVIL a jn.-noon.lp.m.. or at Pratt
to-wlt over their weaker'
:
EIGHJ.wPfCIALlanai property On 10/4, 1984 JOHNc' ,
..,...CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 1975 Lincoln Dr. I.D. S. HARR. 0. PONS. P.O. DRAWER Recreation Center the first District
; BRADFORD COUNTY, No.5Y89A830962.MARION 1, LAWTEY. FL 32038, ..3-6 p.lJI. five years. 't
4 FLORIDA 1971 Ford Pickup. 1.0.INGTON.. and MARY mod. application for "\ There Is no charge. district champion.

PROBATE DIVISION No.Fi0GNK21213.JOAN Plaln1lH"HARRINGTON, woter' u..-' permit ,Wi ; :; "H",,XUF....or.v .>i -r
1 i!: CASE NO. .91.CP the' property of the 1 M.Q.{>. : ..... ._ .' -+t __ ...'... ... -...,
ne t _....._ ; "qn. 'Jlf",,-- "-- +- < 'tiMMt'tO' .. i.....-.
...... ... '
'a B y/1'p50t "' nw nlr IY"81""a HUlIfJ"j.T1.1 gt '" ,, M. dolly''' .. : :
ylll.t. 1t,4
Yltrry ., ..'. '<+tr"' ..ondth..anJ.deyIhe of 0 NICE L. BAKER' wit "w'yteNr: . .... ., .. ., 'I
: In R.: The E.tat.of 3th day ,November. GERALD' T. St&COX.milllon'gallons' per day

*. ELLA MAE MILLER .1984. at 'two o'clock: on d/b/o SILCOX SERVICE from ground and surface. : .

COULl''r .Deceo.ed: Section'! "',,*" by Elizabeth''Terry ; is with his bier-
.
Mrs. Ray, ,
/ / phone ,
NOTICE : |
Dttf.ndon.. South..Range r '
sale and sell to the .. ii, : f-
ADMINISTRATION. Bradford County. WeWSo I '
.. '
bidder for '- ,, Sorry. came home'
highest cash' Florida for agriculturaluses. ... :
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE .
Th. administration of In hand, the above ., The Pop Warner football team Hospital Octnt
FORECLOSURE SALE
the estate of ELLA MAE ..described prop.rty. of Written- objections orcomments' tures took so much space; last week days there.We .
MILLER COTTLE, dee_.. said defendant to satisfy NOTICE IS HEREBY" on'' this 'op "i the. Telegraph', there was a her.' Our' prayers'
ed. Case No. 84-91-CP the aforesaid Execution.. GIVEN 'to plication may' b. filed shortage space for the "i-A .
pursuant a NiJ..
of
((1-3581)), Is pending In Dolph Reddish. Final with the Gov.mingthe News column,so we are running it : Strickland
Summary Judge '
Circuit Court for Sheriff m.nt of Foreclosure. 'BoOrd of the Suwannee \this week. Please accept aunt,.Mrs.; O.JJ;;
Bradford County Fla. afternoon.-.4
'Water
Bradford County dated October 18. 1984 River Management [apologies J' '
Florida. Probate DM-: 10/18 4tchg: iI/oS, and entered in Civil Action District Rout.-3, going into the Ar
don' the address of No,8411SCAdth. :tBox 64; Live Oak. INe ?j :rival.... : Fort Jackson for .

which Is Bradford County ITEM I Circuit' Courf. of, ,the ;Florida 32060. ''until. I ?Richard John NormanMr. 'and. will" leave' Oct.-
''
Courthouse, Po. Office ADVERTISEMENT Eighth Judicial Circuit' In ':- J1/19/1984. sand' Mrs. Paul Norman 7 ;v
,. FORBID lkieplt/01 Lane' Cater' and.
Drawer B/ Stork., $ artdfo'Br-'dfordCounty! ; nounce the birth of a son,
Florida 32091. Th. were Sunday
nom. and oddr...*. of'the S.porat..al.d BIDS MARION'Florida ,'S.'wherein HARRINGTON "..-,". John,born\ Oct.15,weighing 8 Ibs.2 their mother, Mr*.
I. in St. Vincent's Hospital, ,
personal ,..p'"nfor'th. construction of and. MARY 111 '. \" / .
.tative and the personal,. Laura Church Road will /JOAN HARRINGTON or. "i, W '\4\< :, NOTICE'r.pr..ent.tlv. villa.Maternal!! V Frank Camp and
.', at::: be received' by Bradford the plaintiffs' ,and JAY B. ',' ; ,, APPLICATION grandmother Is Mrs. : attended tile
Of' vis Brown., Paternal
..t: forth' County Commission .
torney ;ar. BAKER and EUNICE' L. Grace United
below. the office/ of the clerk at BAKER; GERALD .T. On 9/27, ..984.or. are Mr, and Mrs. Albert Norman, on Sunday; -
'Stark. until. 2 STAR ofLawtey, .
All Interested p.rsoet ; /.me SILCOX d/b/a SILCOX MIMOSA MANOR. attended Columbia-
required to file with' Daylight' Savings .and SERVICE STATION: and! RT. 1. BOX 92B. STARKE ''Church Activities... City on Saturn
:Jhis court. .WITHIN THREE' November S. 1984. FLORIDA BANK AT FL 32091. mod. applicatlon ,
MONTHS Of-' THE FIRST /...... at said off ic.publicly ; STARKE or. the defendants for woter use permit First Ba'Ptlst Church of WainwrighCs

PUBLICATION OF THIS opened and 'read ,' { will sell to the 2.8 .00619 for an observed their usual birthday and for the Methodist
NOTICE: (1) All claims aloud. i highest and best bidder average dally niversary party for the month of () her' sister and
the and Th. CONTRACT withdrawal"' to 0.0207
against estate farceshatfh.frontdaor toberThose: having anniversaries ',
and Mrs. AJS.: '
(2) any objection by an DOCUMENTS consisting of the Courthouse In million 'gallons per day birthdays were our Pastor and her and..'
.Interested. person to of Advertisement forBids Sta k., Florida between from ground waters David Brown and Mr.and Mrs. ; son .
whom notice was mailed ,Information for BId. tt.." legal hours ,of sale located: In Section 35, Wise Those, having birthdays Mrs. Clyde Wain-

that challenges the 'd.rs Bid. -Bid.-Bond- (estimated tlm of sale Township 06 South. Mrs.Settle Brown and her of ,LskMland;
validIty.of the will,, th1qualifications 'AgreementGeneral' ,11:00 a.m.) on the 13thday Range,22 East Bradford Allen Thompson. Alter'supper,' '' : Miss Lisa Our, :
: .. Florida; for Miss Denise Durv.
of th* parCondltlon."Suppl.m.n. of November 1984.Cauntv.
,
ladies Pastor and Mrs.
gave Brown '
: ... and'
tonal representative, 1 tal General Conditions. th. following describedproperty water utility u. anniversary shower. son-in-law:
venue, or jurisdiction of .Payment Bond, Perform! ; to-wlt:' Written obectlons.| The United Methodist Women ; and Mr. Allen;:,
the Court. 'I' Bond. 10 Block'26' comm.nti on this application .
monee Lot, of. In'
'hold sale Nov. 3
a yard Saturday, Mrg
filed '
CLA1M5'AND' be took
All OBJECTIONS ,' Specifica Livingston Truby. andCompany's 'may ;'
back d the from '
the church
NOT SO FILED tlDrOWldg Addenda may, Addition K>:: with 'h. GoverningBoard building to the doctor In': '
WILt BE FOREVER' BARb.: examined I at the the Town of Stork.., all' of the Suwannee ajn.tor4p.ni. week and she got a;,

.RED. following: location lying and, being In Sec River Water Management Personals:..., after which' "they
Publication! of this Owner: Bradford County non 28, Township .6 '. District: Route 3. "',;'
Notice has begun on 29.October :t.Court house.,.Clerk's'' Of-, South. Rang 22 East,, I Box 64.;. live .Oak Mir. ind'Mrs.. Fleam Starling Terry 'went 'to'

'. 1984. 'lie., Starke, Florida. .Bradford County. Florida 32069. until Wildwood spent Saturday night Steve Futch. Miss
Attorney 'for''' Personal Engineer; H.J. Kelley./ ", Florida. ;11/111198/. :.: Mr. and Mrv Harold Starling' : sister Mrs. 'C.E.\
.R.pr..nt.tlv.t '.E.. 4131 NW 13th DATED this 24thdayof nkhgti/01' attended the homecoming at ; her roomer- Beth. ,
'
TOMLINSON 4 BROWN Street, Suit 224, October.I984: '. : Baptist Church Sunday and her baby to
'P.A.; Post Office Drawer Gainesville;"Fl 32409.. GILBERTS.:BROWN ,--. singing by the Weeks Family. :: visited with their.'

40; Starke, Fla 32091 Copies of th*. CONClwkCircuit Court Mr. ana Mrs. Don Graves. Jr. ) Wyrick, until Motv ,.
Telephone: 904/964-8272' 'TfcACT DOCUMENTS may By: Beulah Moody' NOTICE family of Jacksonville spent : i to Gainesville
'Personal Represent,. ba rqbtdlndelth.nHla .11/012khgil/08 ( _APPLICATION weekend with their parents, Mr '
lotlve: SHIRLEY MOORE990' ,- ;jCoT.tW Engineer' located: Mrs. Don Graves Sr
.SoUthgaf ?rive., ;; ;:..:", ,:4 'N Y'19th S rj't, .. On 9/27 1984. CONYStarke. Mr;and Mrs.LynnI3odh and if BellUl'tttovoteJOI1 1 .
NOTICE ;: '
Flo. 32091. .>.jl w+ '','..zw.. Gainesville/ ,COW OF AMERICA. RTJ; '.!! r"
c Gainesville 'visited their
(
', '"i-F ';APPLICATION. I 314 BROOKE, Johnny Tomlinsot
,
101252tchg.1)Q1t ; MI.Upofl paV'; .. ? BOX ;t ; Mrs/Nellie Wilkinson, : ,
; FL 3900,, mad oppllco-: mother and eons DeWitl s
I II ;
rI! ar?' :J m.nt.of $20.00 fqi.Poch On 10/;,, 1984 : while their '! '
DONMORGAN.
?,t _.t.t. '", ; \' :af,? q,.t'. .. slot for water use permit McCtellau and' ", ,
'' P.0.DRAWBR Saturdairtt! b, took their .
... ',r'' '" Norefund, : .rwlhi I ; 2.8 .00616 for on' dinner guests i
;120, KEYSTONE ."., : ''dally Carnival at ;: .
NOTICE mad* for the CONTRACT' ag. Mr.' and Mrs. L** '
; ; 'HLIGHTS'FL .,,32656 wllhdrowo/iIq .000 Elementary Sohool. '
; DOCUMlNTS.. i '0 8l n was to help.'
f OF .-d. application fo Mrs. Ida weber of Tampa retum ; '
'million gallons' day'from .
per
SALE, of his blrtb:
SHERIFF'S Thl. project( consists" : \
constructing modification t of -,.?., 'ground waters, hone Monday, after spending ; *" '
.
appro
,Imolely 6.200 lineal feet .... permit 2.-00351..Ire .located In Section 24, days with Mho O J. Anders. Wheisel of '
Notlc. 'Is hereby given .
,
treatingh. "erage Township 07- south. KHsha Renee Mobley of
hot'. Dolph I, Reddish. of aphooitkconcr.t attended the '
.f dolly ,wlthdawol
'a Rang* 20 East. Bradford' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
road with Inch llmerock: Joey
.. sherlH of Bradford Grace United! .
0.0'" million
gallons ,
'
for
Florida
I County, Florida, under ,base: on a preIIlQlltIV PK ,day loin grOUftCf 'water County. and granddaughter' of Mr. and on Sunday and' -,:;: ',
wseS rand
by virtu. .f WrWof 1 'cleor.d and rough grad f, wet.rPbeat.dins.enonTa.cutionlovvH. utility Frank Camp, celebrated her : brother-liv-Uiw and
: ; ... ',oodbecl. 'AJterno. 4. Townahlp a <_..u.' ,'' "Writtenobjections'.or', : : birthday::on Sunday. Oct.:20.' Robert J.M.1n..
I Ex.cution ,,.ued out bids for tine grading th*. lott comments ton 'thl >application ? gave her a little party for the
.22 Bradford
''of County. Court of BracP shoulde. end/dltchet' Count Rang.\ ,, !!Florida;' fo' ,,w"h" 'th*},may.'. be filed sion, ,. .. Mr. and...*4, '. ,
!. Sunday
and Inelud- Julius Btariee of Stark was '
,ford County. Florida pur grossing ar* ,000000ul Beard iuwonne. a party;(Ss t. '.
; of the ,,
,:' ed,, : ouser dfaUMr gnest of its parents,' / .
.su, ttooFlnaMuay' : / *; WattIt '- + ; and Mr:.) HfcroeJ-!I '.' ,
'fat 8MMCO, WSBtANC6 Lawr.nc.Maf;'' mm.nts n thisp..: 'm.1sJ' and Mrs. BtMU Kuntce. Mew.and MrIt i-: L :': .
District,'' Boot 3 ;
[ '; : COMPANY, , : : tinro Mrs.GeneOe Underwood and aim : : .... ,j
'' 'il1/1itd ylii/ pic maybe filed Box '64t,j Llv* Oak; +atn\,lit S. ; ,
fcsonvHI... "FIar.do' Cow
.sa t
.'. with the Governing 1l>U>rlasi. 38QW; 'until i Green Springs, spent : ; .nf '
oye.Init, Prank Ef Sa.rd f1I tIw I with her rinUMr Mrs. Earl Pwvatt..Mr. ; !( .
J.n.e 't"fl'J\- 'ot4fM': '\ 1 (rNpa., ; ; >:' ..* a.1eL fill.j .. '
; airailearCarter
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., .
iK'''" "" 'I, '. ', Mi".' I:
;V"Harif'luck. continued 'to haunt the the took at' :n'MUng,,; "" {, # .wae'Ifinally : : : !
,
from three, MacCtenny It ,,'; I"J; W p yard dnd.'Adcive.lohib! eve 'the best t \ "fo. .' \
they
;Baby Tornadoes, last 'I'M.-i: ,.' ;'Of the eaiuld'hlf. ear We''r; .,. :
Thursday,Oct. the&and ran in to the endzone. : sir nYla amber'In halted by the Wildcats but a sUO proud;of them''iad'tWi! 'Jlm T
;1::25. when the Little Wfldcats) of Baker score' was called back due to H clipping half) fumble on the 40 turned the ball back1over my Prevatt. ;
'.High came to town to play football. penalty. Unable to do anything tercepted a pass on the BH&'40 and to the Tornadoes, number 84, Named of Starke !
'{ And play they did,with Bradford on with it, the Wildcats tried to punt, but ran for the score. With penalty for Alonzo Williams, recovering. fensively were as having Mike a good who game
'.the losing end IM in a game marred it was blocked by Brian Whiteheadand having too many men on the field!, the A pass to number 12, Michael the lone score, Chad Gray Reddish made at Nov. 2
-/by fumbles. recovered by Joel Brewer on the two )( conversion was called hack, Graym from the 20 with 39 seconds to fullback, and. for his
,f c >" Just flat,'''said Coach David Tew BUS 30. but the one point kick was good. put. go was the ticket for the only BUS. improved second Gregg half Wiggins performance. 'I I LORENZO
"of the offense's first half performance: On the first play, bad..Jteddish. ting Baker up 130. ? score. The two point conversion was Defensive standouts Har-
'but "the second half they were up." fumbled with Macclenny recovering. A broken play forced quarterback good with the game ending Macclenny roll, Brian Whitehead.were who Billy blocked ttt*$Mot
ii'The first quarter began pretty well Bradford got,, the ban back on its Johnny Clark, number a, to try and Little Wildcats, the Baby Tornadoes punt, and Alonzo Wtlltams."We a
'for Bradford,with the young grWders' ,own 20 following a failed field goal by run the ball. Getting hit hard, Clark e.Flnishbngthe. can play defensively with
,,i holding their, own. However when the Wildcats,but a fumble again turn fumbled with Macclenny coming up season with a record high school town: In said Coach any
j Macclenny sent a punt to the Bus two ed it over on the 20.. Macclenny made 'with the boll on their own 40 yard line. i of two wins and six losses, the young Pratt "Our record J.V.t"doesn't really
things went down hill 'short work of it, scoring in four plays A hand-off to number 43: of the gridders still made their coaches,pro show how we played..Several we
enable i to get further than the nine by on a run to put Baker up 60. The two Wildcats and he was off to the end. should have should
won. only one we
fourth down, Starke turned,the' ball point conversion was called back and ,zone for the third Macclenn'scara' ud."It is a good bunch of I kids who' "did, .have lost was Orange Park' ;
never to Macclenny on) the 28.: the kick attempt,was not any good. Finally coming alive In the waning ',' I In.
.1 !L The Wildcats I made it to the five The Baby Tornadoes were never minutes of the fourth quarter;; the 11 _____
before turning over BUSon, a able to out of their territory
get own baby gridders' Gary Wise, ; no 77, '
fumble j. ,' .. at, the seven.. Forced to punt again with the half ending with them, .recovered a Macclenny fumble. the. THE FEED THEY NEEDPROFIT I'
'' "" \

Ij" biBS Country Teams Roll oJ ." f"R..1tt \ Friday

.. ',.., ".' Sat ,A Sun. :
i'l'; !;f:; \ ''I;.
; 1 W"n
:tJtOO 1ng out a"'tough two weeks, Results... 74-Chrl Anctor* ",''.t-Llnd DtWItt flt If.'.. '' .11 "
?!'Ute'BIIS cross country' teams con ,
,
U el ,
furred to roD on down the line with top, Team Standing at Hom.r r 'Invitational. Boyai 'H,V' "
',notch showings. ': MS Otrli SLJodnt'Girls 47 1.Buchho141pSHS : I. "' "In
'.';,. The girls finished fourth overall at,, 8HI eoy.a,I.JoAni !Bgyt M Individual' Plot**! 'AffV'" \
'the University of Florida Invitational Individual Flnlshan, Glrlis 1-Lwi S.PP M-Edill' '...nenl UiOO M-Piul 1 McKinney. 17:11, '
;:meet Friday, Oct. 19, first at a home Iliir, l-Kdty ifOaon IH32 I-Mrlwn Perm HfrTbom.t Moon ":OS, In-Larry: ...It.... "lW: .
meet; Tuesday, Oct. 23, second at the 141)7 .... Ttonwy Mill, te",1,l ..... Ml90, IM-Mtnry: Cooper If:". 141-Sklp AbduHlH JOilJ.:
t-Chrll Anders 1J:0: H.lnd tMWHt !I'.". M7-Cllvln Thomas"IL '. Friday
I MiddJeburg Invitational Oct. 26, and Il': ;
SaL a Sun
.y '.The boys were 17th at U of F'and .,,lit, II, 2-Lddlv.Tann.n111i14 i-Hmry.. ., Cooper MlddUburg Invlto.Clrlit .',' "'' HUSTLERS' : i
5 l 4-Thomas Mom 7453L.rry: n..IO'47. '
first at home Oct23- AtMiddleburg. '1"$klp Abdullah. M: 0,14-CHvln Thonui |5,. 1.oren" Park, "SHd .
'' took home fourth f
lithe place Friday, 301
itQct. 26 and were second in. a three U of F Invitational Girl. '. \ "
sway' home meet Oct.30. 7;$uchllolr' ,.-BH JIndividual ,Individual' FlaeMi ,.:.. MORE Pigs per sow and P Years of research and "on-the' Starke
.
Hwl 15:55.
; ..is lapp IJiJtK: llv Jic 1LiuTlsrn.y
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t ghouls and goblins were out ouUthts year with a parade a car- ,
force niv.l and contest while both I Ii'l
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w Clay and Union counties as area, elementary schools in Starke attracted I '"I,
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Carnivals were held in Starke, Worthington Colorful costumes were the rage In '
Springs, Lawtey Keystone Brooker, Hampton Lawtey and >j
Heights, Hampton and and Brooker Keystone Heights as revelers brought t '
as. hundreds of elementary school out their "finest" for the school
studentsand their parents)' stayedup festivities. 'ii'
late Friday night cutting out colorful Kindergarteners at Southslde
costumes for the day's many Elementary in Starke spent all day
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Susie, Pfenniger of Starke showed '
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Southside how become a witch with a
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I SSk weekend In the three county area to -
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y Slide, who'takes a about 30 minutes to bottom left),,a sponge throwing boothin
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Square" Dancing... Squar. dancing--- will b. h.ld lh. second and fourth Thursday Verbit Concert '!Tonight: p1 J

of acK month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge In Sfark, corner of Call and, ,
Orange Collar I Is Jim.Duncan. Visitors w.lcom..* Malnitrvam dancing. .'' A 1' ;, '

Worthington Civic Club Baiaar..Nov. 17, 9:00 to 4:00 at th. War. '
: o.m. : p.m. Area music lovers, still talking about tast season's.' > -I.
thlngton Community Center on Highway 121. Get your beautiful handmade arts, .'
croft, and baked goods. Chicken and rice dinners will be terved from 11 a.m. until brilliant evening with Russian pianist Boris-Lvov\: ,;; ,
2 p.m. for $3. Free favors. Six free drawings.Ya'll. come. .> are looking forward with great expectation"'to'tonight's

Turk.y hoal..Amerlcan Legion Post 54, :Edwards Rd. Starke. October J7 concert by: Martha Ann Verbit, one of the I ..

through, Doc. ,22. From 1:00: to 6:00: p.m. Saturday only. .; -7 y '' /, .' nation's outstanding concert pianists, MlsjVerblt,<", !; ..

Mlcanopy Fall '.."';al..Ans,crafts and music. Oct. 27 9 a.m. til duik. Saturday who has played to rave reviews .-London, '" .
only. '., Washington, and New York's Lincoln Center, will be.theihighlightof ; r'
the 198-i.season of,Santa/Fa\Com>rsr-" / \ ,\"" ; {
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Suwenne* River fconomlc Council, Inc..Board of Directors will m t'on'
November 5, 7:30: p.m., at Cedar River Restaurant, Lak. City. munity College Fall Festival of the Performing Arts Yr<, .
when she in concert at 8 at :*cI1'tJ ;
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Sweet Adellnes..nThls woman's barbershop music' group meets each Monday at,ij appears p. .
the First United Methodist Church. \ $5:_ !& J
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part harmony arc Invited to visit. '. ,' }," :?. *'_' I Miss Verb it, a native' f Fitzgerad :Ga t.has a

Borberaators... This mal. barbergators group meets each Tuesday at 730 master's .degree In m .slc.Jrom Boston,University I II.
p.m. l I". the P.K. Vonge musk room, I08O SW 1 Ith St. Visitor welcome. "'fe- l and also studied at the; Eastman School-and; the ,

Trinity Eplscaael Church... AAeetlngs h.ld.och week In th. Parish House 'In- Julliard School of Music. :A'frequent>' soloist,with.,the v ,. ::. --..

elude; ". ".," .TW; f.,',:***.''P '.' Boston Pops Orchestra, she;will present a Varied: and,,,; I.' ,,', '!!{I.
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Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 pjn. $ (" ,rI '\ exciting program. \ \" ",:..;" ...11' ,a ,
Cub Scout Pack 109 each:/ Monday night at 630; p.m. .. 'i< ,,i" t. }'' f'."' '. The concert will open with. Beethoven's; "MoonlightSonata" ..... 't .
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I Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.m. ? ,, Op; 27, to be followed by three mazurkas by;; .". j. .--. ,.
t / ''I''f.j'1.. I Chopin recently recorded by.Miss Verb It.., The first, .. .t .. I
Explorer Scouting Troop.formlng In Stark..,Oct.. 22 at 7 p.m; at Rescue 812AM. "' I.. .. '. '11' .
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by Ann.M,SpooSolU; '. old. Betsy leads a very activiu lifeand each Sunday in the choir. Betsy has Library. When asked how shD felt
SPECIAL FEATURK WRITER Is. Involved In many community also had parts In productions put on about appearing in a, national
activities. She Is a member of by the Melrose Music Theatre. magazine a wide smile lighten i up
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nine-year-old than to have her picture which her mother,Jeanisoneoitheeaders The September Issue of National excited."
appear in a national magazine? Betsy Is.fIng.involved:: In the G o raphfc World\ has recently been a1.Tr SStasse.rs.INSTALLING .
And that l is exactly what happened to Sunday. ". .nil I t>ro (ranl end aI"dto .on _display at Melro! Public
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Betay Giesel of Melrose. When ,hopeaed '"' "-- Ii. n........ _

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Geographic' World then was ;. DENMARK FURNITUREFOR
her picture. Not once, but twice.
Notional Geographic' World 1 I.the
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OfograpMo. The cover story of the LA-Z-BOY
September Issue featured a story SPECIALS
about robots. When Betsy recently I
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curriculum at h
I Laboratory School' In' Gainesville : Lou-Ann's, Azalea & Blueberry Farm
where she ,is a student, 'a ,
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The caption of one of the pictures -t LANDSCAPING PLANTS .'

Giesel reads, 9"Horsing, and Sean Becht around 11, ride Betsy a Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees, Custom Made Swings CARPET
rugged! robot arm." The other'pic-, Installing carpet is not a task
lure, although Betsy apprears in It,, for the handyman around the
does not name her specifically. < .' 9&.7 09.. All Nature Sings of JesusH'l home.This Is a difficult and exacting I'
Betsy Is the youngest and only' job which should be handled
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James TV* The best
by a professional. carpeton
Betsy and Jean Glesel Giesel of Melrose. Fora ninerear.CLOSED .: ... the market will wrinkle and '.

look bad if hot properly stretchedand

Mettle to Person Keystone installed. .'
W6 Carpet installers,have special
With Address COGLEY'SSun. .
Changesla 473.2446 equipment with which to cut and

Clay County Chiropractic CenterI put down padding and carpet. ? '.'
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Dwr*.avsrs4 MTMMI of day County & Mon. A I I I how to do the Job so that the ,. .
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.. .........i Zoning* Commercial Circle Keystone. Heights. Specializing In expended for carpet installation -
... "tt o.jIW.tIa.! !. unable '25.00 will LayAway any Bike -' Chronic & Difficult Cases money should be considered as
to MMHI Out bleu" renewal
proper
HEADACHES of the cost of over-all floor
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arm IWMO.MB until the 24th of December
... covering job.
.M.o.d rant a.tlalabtrsGr I of the NERVOUSNESS
eEaoa. adz all parsons whotUrvm BMX Bikes <4HfeJHeavy Duty PAINFUL JOINTS Our personnel know the i 1ns-
b.e a ... .r have moved ,and-outs of carpet installation
all....M*rvectwd a CUy County Hutch Bi 20" LOSS OF SLEEP ,and will be happyy to advise you
h.e. ae .....rM form far building. GT, MCS Dirt NECK, SHOULDER&ARM PAIN E on this and all other matters'concerning .

.1i1tI'aI"c.. IIMdIanica NUMBNESS IN HANDS/ARMS carpets,
Pct and rrfin. v rk to obtain UMfarm Diamond Back ifti&SSSSlifo BlkeT 't.
IlK-11.....,. ... before UMVywMHIM PAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS, 1 1J
?SOCMMM = Mongoose LOW BACK,LEG PAIN Dr. Richardson : 1 :

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REPAIRS Starke,
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," r cuts aUmu.lated.a false economic recovery, Reagan':'has in-, f for Social Security recipientL Mondnebattiedfor, caps!. ,on. hospital.' .
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r Diabroralde ,(EU3B).?. a cancercausingDMtlcide 1 ,/I ,
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___ L' __a persons making more'than 936,000 a year and. by cutting spending.. J 1.( 1F..I..co14IBayancUheoca"Nat1ona1ForesLRe' EPA's budget llan by 60 percent and: .Nt-/0. '>..J.11 ./ ,, WW" ;,< ,4
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:j... ', sites;.Mole VrllJ expend' the Superfund,:restore H.-"' .
**** moat adsctloo d Geraldine'Fetraro.reaftirmed his., r. twit'wast : ..>t'I
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!Mrs Evcrlyna Southcrland Vera Mae Church Lewis of Kingsley many personal frtaids. ; '?tip m. Monday at Arlington Memorial tive In military) and national service In Loving Memory /':'p'>',,
Mrs. Everlyna Green South wIand, Lake; four daughters,Mrs Terry Lee Graveside services will be hekitoaIday : ,,>Park with Rev. C. Benny Moore of fraternal service or other membership *\
I tt, of Lawtey, died Tuesday Oct. 30, Ivey of Clearwater Mrs. JoAnn Agin (Thursday, Nov. 1) at 11 a.m.l.In' ficiating.Mr. ip reserve No. 179, Gainesville,' nette Thomas
at Bradford Hospital, Inc. following and Mrs. Charksne Ennis both of Crosby Lake Cemetery, with Dr. Townsend had been employedby .RO. Edna Jea .' .
long Illness. Kingsley Lake and Mrs. Christine L. Henry Speight and Rev. Ballard the City of Jacksonville for M r Survivors Include his wife Violet Who passed away'Oct. 3J., J9Pi. : :, i
Born In Bradford County, Mrs Reddish of St.Augustine; his mother WUson conducting the services Jones years Davis of Gainesville; two ,., ,' '< ; JlI''
Southerland moved to Lawtey 18 Mrs. Leona Wnorton Lewis of Funeral Home of Starke In charge of Betty Jean Falser of Lake ButeBarbara we miss' 'y r'm" ;,'':" '\t.,
years ago. She was a member of the Kingsley Lake; one slater, Mrs. Clara arrangement. In lieu of flower, expressions Norman G.Davis Ann Crulckshank of Milton; laughter qnd love, "
Pine Level Baptist Church.: Stolty of St.Petersburg;two brothers of sympathy may be madeto Norman Griffith Davis 68, of one son Ronald Dean Davis ofGainesville miss and, amore
Survivors include five daughters, William B. Lewis and Euclid W. the Memorial Fund at the First Gainesville died Tuesday, Oct. 23 at ; one brother,Bryce Davis wet ,, you more ; "*'(i
Mrs. Mabel McCullough of Hampton, Lewis both of Brunswick, Ga.: five United Methodist.Church,Starke. his home. of Colorado Springs Co.j two sisters, each passing day. ;$,
Mrs. Wordna Prevatt and Mrs granddaughters and three grandsons. Born In Nlckerson. Kansas, Mr. lrn @enctPostofColoradoSprlngs.Co. grandchildren: '.},,1 y]
Marilyn Thornton both of Lawtey, Funeral services were held Wednes- William Towusend,Jr. Davis moved to Gainesville from and Nadine Borders of Hitchenson, .. Randy, "Debbie' &DaddyGrandchildren
Mrs. Delmar Peer of W. day,Oct. 31, with m.In the DeWitt C. William C.Townsend Jr., 42, son of Trenton approximately one year ago. Kansas; and five grandchildren. :.
NJ. and Mrs. Virgie Hudson Jones Chapel Rev.Greg Douglas Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Townsend of He was a retired Medic with the Services were under the direction of '"
Savannah Ga.; four sons, Ernie and Rev. O.D. Moore officiating. Kingsley Lake was fatally Inured In Department" Corrections; was ac- Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home. ( Candy. and Mandy. .
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Southland Jr. 'of Starke David Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery an automobile accident on .
Southerland of Jacksonville,'Joe E. Jacksonville with Masonic Rites at Boulevard near Middleburg,last Fri- ,! ,' "\t''
Southerland of HartviUe, Ohio and graveside. Jones Funeral Home of day.Besides '\
Owen J. Southerland of Lawtey; one Starke in charge of arrangements.Mrs. his parents, he is survived -; \
sister, Mazie Sparkman of Keystone byhis wife, Pat Townsend; four STRESS MANAGEMENTx'.
Heights; 29 grandchildren 28 great Evalyn D.Rltch daughters: Shari Ponsler,Debi Tiadel.) ',
grandchildren and five great great Mrs. Evalyn Demaree Ritch, 84, of Tern Davis, and Vicki Davison, andfour t l
grandchildren. Starke died Monday night Oct.29,In granddaughters. an introductory class ::7
Funeral services will be held at 1:30: the Oakhurst Manor Nursing Care .rraveside services were held at 2 '
p.m. Friday November 2, in the Center Ocala following a long illness. ., :
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Born in Kentucky Mrs. Ritch moved TuesdayNo 7:00-9:00p.m.. 4
Alton Dobbs and Rev.Roman Alvarez to Starke from GalnesvWe over:90 1/2 Price PermsRlair&ianes
officiating. Burial wW be In Dyal years ago. She was a retired schoolteacher e "'I'
Cemetery under the direction of Jones from the public school system Learn to manage stress effectively through lifestyle '5 :
Funeral Home of Starke. and was a member the First United
Methodist Church in Starke. She wasa changes, relaxation techniques and a ( ,
Vincent D. Lewis member of the Retired Teachers '
Vincent DeSoto Lewis 63 of Association and was a 90-year massage therapy for muscle tension. :
Mondayaftel"noon. member of the Starke Woman's Club '
Keystone Heights died r :r- ,
Oct. 29, in the V.A. Medical where she was also past president.Mrs. Fee: $5.00 $6.00 for CEjCL credit ;)
Center, Gainesville, following a long Ritch Is survived by her niece '.., ..
Illness .Ms. Sara! Demaree of Ocala andLAVERN Call Bradford Hospital Center for Health & Fitness ,
Born In Whortonville N.C., Mr. :: .
Lewis moved to Kingsley Lake from n r Starke, to register*
Jacksonville in 1973; was the retired .
owner and president of the G.L.Lewis Reg. MO81 NOW $2I tA 964-4210
Crab Meat Plant, Inc. in Jacksonville Offer Good for Umlted Time Only | .
; and he was a VS. Army
Veteran of World War II. He was a 964-4645 .
member of the Solomon
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Lodge No. 20 in Jacksonville, the Ancient 118 S. Thompson SL a member of Santa Fe Healthcare Systems, Inc. :. .
and Accepted Scottish Rite Starke. Fl. 32091 ,
Bodies in Jacksonville and a lifetime
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Chapter No. 61 in Starke and he attended (. ". .
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Wed Bradford to County wean n who. William Faulk was allowed access to 1 the marijuana and Livestock w..M Beckham was further order to aJDoUnue mobile homes from Mobile DOC for one year for grand theft
husband crauggla marijuana to her a Union Correctional: : Institution vehicle rested the next day The case was sot fannfly therapy and may not Home on US-301 ins Mine under the youthful defender
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Lake Butler Man noon when his vehicle was struck Trooper W. D. Lan tm.:Crw wwa < driving while Intoxicated;:according cording to Trooper Roberta. Morbond was posted .
::y Faces Pot head-on) Middkburg on SR-21. released after a 1210 surety bond waaposted. "' to Corporal David Gooctner. Beattywas risen was released after a $190 cashHUNTERS '
ChargesFlorida Townsend, driving 1978 Buick, released after a' $300 cash bond
l! Department of Law Enforcement was northbound on SR-21 when a 1963 '' ,S" was posted.
Officers arrested the son of GMC Blazer crossed the center lane Mary Elizabeth FlJgham19\ ;"'of''
: Union County' tax collector October and struck the Townsend vehicle Bradford County was arrested ,Oe-*' Ray Elmore Parker of Arcadiawas
25 on drug charge In connection with head-on. The driver of the truck, tober 24 for driving wile' license arrested October 20 for driving
what agent think was,,a,marijuana Hubert A. Greene, Jr., 40, of Mid- suspended, according while intoxicated, according to
harvesting operation. dleburg was taken to Humana Abrams.She was released' after Patrolman Paul Rboden. Parker's .
Curtis Add lOl1,28,son of Tax Collector Hospital In Orange Park. surety bond was posted. blood alcohol content was .10 per '....''j. ,.
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with possession of marijuana. He was pending the result of a blood Reuben Levem Williams, ?,was arrested cash bond was posted. T, 1
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on a recognizance bond, said Fred to Homicide Investigator John Ram- suspended, according to Patrolman Paul Lester Hoe, 42, of Brookerwas .
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found at what we believe was a Norma Powell Wheatley.40 was arrested blood alcohol content was .20 per 33x12.5015'. .A./. : /:. $74.88 ,#,' i
marijuana-dr'inlt:facility 500 yards Traffic ViolationsIn ,October, 23 for driving while cent. Roe was released after a $300 '
behind the AddUwn home," said license suspended, according to surety bond was posted. POWER"" CAR TRACTION ,'.e I,.. ;:
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t said no connection has Local authorities made the follow- at $200. she was released on her own Samuel S. Clark 13, of Starke was lo-is ,. : . :'. ; . . .-..,'.:;->. . . $63.88 I
been made between the alleged operation ing arrest for traffic violation In recognizance.William arrested Oct. 19 for drivira while 11-15./"; . .'. . ... ... .,. . . $68.88 '."
s and other in the Addison family. Bradford County during the MSt. two license suspended, according to 12.15 . . . . . . . . $78.88
1 weeks. David Harrell was arrestedOct. Fatrolman Reno. Clark was released .
1t .23 for driving under the influence, after a $200 surety bond was Pries Includes Balancing Extra, ,
t UCI Superintendent Ethel M. Crews of Lake Butler was according: to U.John Dempsey. liar posted. 1 1 I I BIll Bogle, Certified Mechanic, 25 years experience. specializing In J i! j i
@ Announces RetirementUnion arrested October 27 and charged with roll was released after a $300 cash 4 ,. .Foreign she ""' ,;' I
Correctional Superintendent driving while intoxicated, according bond was posted.Frederick Ronald Alan ss. i,Get your tar winterized here. W e will k Morrison, 37, of ,
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would retire October 31. released after a $325 surety bond was Earl Beatty, 34, of "' Melbourne was arrested Oct. 21 for : A_ :.White Spoke ; :j. :
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charge was dropped October<< You deserve a Chance for better. government; r: Grease'Job .r, .t ;',;
25 State Attorney Eugene!: Whit- Richard W.MikeU of Starke was arrested .tro estcar&T cJs $7880.
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Man bond was posted. Representative, District 21 CORBETTS TIR S '& SERVICE. ':; : ,
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$8,400 phw retirement tenon Police Department.: Bowen said the represent Sibtey said It'was his an early morning motor rout carrlr In !
Tucker.according: to Starke City Cleric Neil Investigation centered around a client's decision not to return to the the Stark area. Good monthly supplement I
tagio! policeman who mishandled troubled! city police department. .3 tdir.am, I Both country horn wi Orrfflt loop. In return for |lust a short 'Ime each '
'!be several police Investigation. Sibtey Hardwood ftaor. .. _. day. Responsibilities, Include
city agreed October 23 to Mr nM porch itono n.I dally
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of employment directly assigned to was also fired by Bowen,appealed b.... Property foncod.U lections.
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MaXi when he pay was fired wage by Police since reM reinstatement from the arbitrator. o4 end _.. r-*4 with ;>1 largo pecan .....*. bash bond deposit nee..ory For more
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paid immediately the retirement City Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, where Circuit Judge R. A. Green '
until money retire accumulated receive] Jr., have been subpoenaned to ap ordered that Miller be reinstated and i
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'j{ i released figure which reveals many Burkett continued, "Troopers issued
1 I children are alive today because of l1,?warnings and 2.169 citations for B.er 0 Wine Mixers
Florida's child restraint law that went failure to comply with the child

'I into effect July i, 1981 restraint law." Ifs Wise to Shop at a Ifomeowned ,
I For the fiscal year period, July 1 The law requires all device
through June 30 1884, the Patrol and under to be in a restraint V store
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states that nine children: age five and It further requires those children age I ii and Hm@op@rat@d Price ?
''I [ under died as a result of fatal ac three and under be in an approved
ddents. No child wearing a child res- child seat detdoned for theat purpose Check Our Many bi-Store poclalsAD
taint system was killed in a crash dur"TTils -
\nil this twelve month pe.rtod. Colonel BurCett concluded by sayIng ,
I Colonel Bobby R Burkett Director "These' figures speak for r AD GOOD THPU.NOVEMBER 7. 1984
of the Florida Highway Patrol stated, ,themselves, many children are alive .
represents marked' contrast to today because someone took the time George '
j. annual statistics for the previous and effort to protect them.We strongly ;
three years.* 'Those sUtiBtka reveal 'encourage voluntary compliancewith Dickel '
the following: "In 1880 thirty-five the child restraint law and
I children died ir*' traffic\ accident; in hopefully even these deaths and Injury NO.8 0. ;
1961 thirty-one died;; and in .1882 t'ff'U'wW' be ,reduced in thefuture. Seagramsfilh" .
twenty-nine." 'IMs averages out to ., 750 Kentucky Tamlrov Canadian ,
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nearly thirty-two per year. In Bradford b Vodka
Injuries for the same period Counties during the period Feb. Tavern VodkaLTR Club.4 ", \ ,"
reflected a similar reduction..Those through September this year 41 citations 699' 80' ''AfA. Lilt:'
I wearing a restraint system sustaineda for failure to use child restraint LTR :=:: 7.= 750 t:::: I'." ,
total of 730 injuries as opposed ,were Issued, according to:" local LTR '" --

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recently announced it has acquired sales are $23: million a year, Hart,
the '. three Gainesville,: said,."and we intend to doubts! that Philadelphia
Florida, area offices of Rainbow volume over he next 18 months.by CalvertExtra Meiers ''Clan ''
Travel of 'Gainesville and "The acquisition of agencies in the Savan LTA r' : .

Rainbow shuttle Travel operator Connection"serving a surface nah/Tallahassee/Orlando that like Rainbow merit our triangle elandards. i I'I i Ruin' baileys 'McGregor : ;

Gainesville, Orlando,"Jacksonville, ."' LTR 59 LTR lash P' ,LTR
and Tampa The transaction was a The new full\service travel'agency"
cash purchase ., now has.:,a''shuttle service:that connects '
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"Rainbow I is a perfect marriage,"* .the Gainesville and Jacksonville 799 61.
I, according ta John Hart,?,Wharton-. airports This affords the'peo.I'pie ,Ii
i Williams president.""We their growth through ,innovative a unique travel service horlnally.of- ; ." t "
j t promotion of travel, and fered In much larger clUes / .
Rainbow
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"he adde4.I Travel will be.hosting the first '
staff.\ Chamber Mixer on Thursday, Oct. WALDO KEYSTONE' HEIGHTS STARKE STARKE ;
Carol Nylander, Rainbow's and ,at the *i '
president 25,between 5:30 7:00 p.m.
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I, who will join WhartonWiliiamsas Starke Woman's ..Club, ';Chamber Oasis, Lounge Model A Lounge, ; :301 liquors' 5l S' bung ; l .
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vice president;, marketing, .said, members, prospective Chamber .,., ,1, ,,"
"It's a great' marriage,for us,'too. members, and people' interested in '3,Miles 'North, of t- Highway 21 North 1 Mile North of 801 N..:Tempi t*:AVOS, : ,, : .: ,\ .
Although we had several suitors, we "learning'jnore,about how 'travel, .' ,,Waldo,on U.S,'301 Keystone Heights: Starke on U.S.,301 1 1'' U.S.301' North; a : < I'" .
concluded that only a company with 'agency operates are Invited. 468-9461 473-9627. 964-7771 I 954-8080 ""','','rI, ;.\'''I; >.)t ti : :
the 'clout, ,, administrative, ,Refreshments will be provided.Peo
sophistication/ and financial stability will have choice to : :t h" "'f, ;'
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what we have built"WhartonWilliams three-night cruise for iwo on the USS r \,
,headquartered Royale, Anyone planning to attend '.
in Jacksonville, already operates should call the Chamber of Commerce "
eleven travel agencies in North\ at,9o4:5278Geraldine ;
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For the first time since March land Walton sold a parcel of 301 South. '964-6071 '
sales in Bradford County were down land in Peek's Subdivision to Paul L, "
astweek;,Six recorded sales for a &.Julia K.Poland for 1200.:
total$129,700 Were transacted during W.:Frederick"1'homson&" Evelyn T, .. '7re CovntvStore For More"I: ;. jY:" ,;.......wIt ,
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Freewill North Reno Baptist to Martha Church E.'sold Roberson lots in" A. Tomllnson for $8,500. Compare Our Prices & Savellt!!! :f fv

for Paul$6,000.L. & Linda Hawkins sold'a, ,Week of October 19 _--, Quantity Right?Reserved We Accept USDA, Food Stamps, '

parcel d land in the Original Town of Larry R. & Kimberly K.. Alvarez, .
Starke to Margaret F. &: George W.: sold,a.lot on Pine,Ave. of Crystal a ) .
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Brown for$ >,ooo. Lake Homesites to John W. &: Lan- (li) t :'
Jack &: Betty L. Whipple sold 3.8 Ira E. Burgess for 51500.
acres southeast of Heilbrun Springs to Vergle Slade &: Robbie L. Addison
Aldrey W.;Jk.,Helen L, Rummel for sold two lots in Blanding Subdivision ).
$50,000. : to Anthony A. &Jean D. Giesegh for I.,
Thomas Edwin & Frances D. Hutrchins 29000.
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and Robert E. Woodard sold a Anthony A. &Jean D.Giesegh solda >,
parcel of land on ,Silver Lake. to J. parcel of land on US-301 south of I-

Gordon Sanderson' for$44,000.,' Stake.to Virgie Slade for.$70,900. Large ,Navel '5 Lb. Bag Reg.. .
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\ I A warm welcome an new Girl troop there are and reward the council for,the so-make scouts,sure the Extra,Large>.> Pink, ; .., .,,r:: fkl; Mountain GrownTomatoes; ., '. 10 lb. Bag Reg.: :.:,:" ',' I,;' :;.
Scout: leaders and welcane back to ', I ,
returning pleaders and assistants. you nave turned In your orders ', -1:10): $ 00 t" '$149 "

After the .'successful neighborhood Leaders and' assistants,, ,will be Grapefruit_ :;2 ;:I'1 .., .,. .; *I .49CPotetoes. : ,
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QSP is u underway here In Gateway ,touch with your cluster chairman who .. /each 99 Apples .. td ,. .'.11. .'. . .t lb. ,
Council 'and while itl is'a, .low key: Will keep you up, to date on. the change,
money making,,', project, .,for' ,.troops, h,. of plans PRODUCE' PRODUCE PRODUCE PRODUCE.? PRODUCE' PRODUCE PRODUCEMEAT4 "!

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Completes'Recrwt Training"; 'Completes; Basic; Training* .
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Navy Seaman Clifford D. Bryant, Airman Everett B. Parrish, son of
son of Robert E.and Betty L.Bryant Joseph W. Parrlsh Lake Butler, USDA $ EBONE Ier.Repeated GROUND 79 .
of. Lake;, Butler, has ,completed .
and Geneva I. Parrish of Dundee, '
recruit training: at Naval'';\Training, ;i Flag has completed Air Force basic' CHUCK, 4ROASTIf Special Sale.CHUCK ., ?..A ;
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