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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,\ 'iUrila Thompson, 7 Others Arrested f in Cocaine Ring Smash-Up';


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Six Bradford County residents and controlled substance, delivery' of.a ; cocaine sale of a controlled sion of marijuana and drug trolled substance, possession of drug '.-3.,;

two out of county residents have controlled substance, possessiondrug substance conspiracy to trafficin paraphernalia. That trial date has paraphernalia, conspiracy to trafficin

been arrested by the Bradford County paraphernalia.and one-,count a controlled substance, con' been set for next Tuesday. a controlled substance, conspiracy "
1 Pecan Auction... Sheriffs Department and agentsof driving under the influence of a controlled spiracy jto sell or deliver a controlled Also arrested were; to sell or deliver a controlled -'.

the Florida Department of Law substance. At Thompson'sfirst substance and grand theft. Michael Stephen Bryan,29,Starke substance delivery of a controlled ..'."
of the fall is "
First pecan auction Enforcement. The arrested includedthe appearence Nov. 7 bond was .Normaal bond has' been set at $6 charged with four counts of posses substance,, trafficking in cocaine '
set at 1 p.m. today (Thursday, Nov. owner of Sonny's Bar-B-Que in reduced to $1 million. million .bit all counts. He Is confinedin sion of controlled substance and and sale of a controlled substance? '1 .
8) at the State Farmers Market on Lewis Jacob of the DuVal sale of Harrelson's total bond has been set r'-i";
Starke, all have been charged with Norman, 41, County Jail. a controlled substance. Total .
US-301 north in Starke. cocaine dealing. Wellborn is described as a 'signifi- "Norman and Thompson are bond has been set at $160,000. at $1 million. *- .,

There is a bumper crop of pecans Those arrested are Johnnie Blaine cant cocaine trafficker dealing (in responsible for a large portion of the Ewell Frank Craft, '2t, Starkecharged Timothy Alan Bryan, 23, of Starke' :

this year and a large auction is ex- Thompson, 43, of Lawtey, charged multi-kilo amounts' of the illegal cocaine* being distributed in Brad- with possession of controlled is charged with possession of a con- --.';."

pected.Pecans. with twelve counts relating to con- drug which he then sold in smaller ford County'rsaid Sheriff Reddish. substance and sale of a controlled trolled substance and sale of a con:

should be weighed in between spiracy to 'sell a controlled amounts to other dealers. Norman was arrested May 23 in substance. Craft's total bond has trolled substance. Total bond 'has .

8 a.m. and noon, separated by substance, conspiracy to traffic in a Norman was arrested In the Duval Jacksonville with Sheila Marie been set at $50,000 been set at $100,000. :'. ..: t

variety, and bagged in cloth licensed bags. controlled substance, trafficking in County Courthouse where he was appearing Starling; 21'thcocaine charged with Charlie Simpson Harrelson, 30, of Johnny Dewayne Spencer, ,28,"of"// ,<;ly:, .:, ?-::'
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buyers., except a controlled substance,sale of a con- on drug related charges in trafficking possession of Lake city charged with eleven, .. '
and deposit bonded which must will put be credited up a $25 to cash trolled substance, possession of a that county. He Is charged with traf: more than.,.one Ib. cocaine: ..posses.1.I' counts involving possession of a con- (see Coke Bust..p.3Av. :' .,.?,. .,;; /jf: ;.

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Christmas Parade... .i. !, '. : :h,:'. :." ':. .> :
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because of complaints from
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motorists. At most, the parade will ".5 : "" .5 St!I" I I f'J'\I t',;',' ,. "iI'\ Bradford County joined the rest of Representatives.. On the basis of incomplete I

cross US-301 once or;perhaps, .1(:,I'i:' :*I '- ; 'r: !; .: ,.... i ,ll Jars the nation in giving President returns Democrats were :.ri:' ,

twice. Starke Police Chief Jimmy ::, 1\i.lf: .'r-t. if'h'; ',1';' Reagan a phenomenal popular vic- winning or leading ,In 205 House .:;. :.;
Bowen and Chamber Manager "I. .. }, I ',. J.1/Z/ tory over challenger1 Walter Mon. districts, while Republicans had the : ;1..1

Mike Cooney are slated to get .t t t ,jr,,'" dale In Tuesday's General Election edge in 152. In the old House, ':.'',, ,
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together next week to discuss the ''. .'-* Democrats held a 266-167 lead; with ":'.:

route. ;",. ', ". ,;qif1lfJf -. ,...; Pres. Reagan..4,123. two vacancies, giving them. a 99seatmajority. I
'The switched to the to'. '. "
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parade was \ .r.,' ,Mondale..2,341 i
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morning hours to accomodate the \1. In Tuesday voting Democrats _.;: I
Bradford High and Bradford MId- ,! qVv:' : : '''' ''Turning out a record-breaking 84 picked up a few Senate seats, but not --:::. t

dle School bands which have been y 1 i 5r "4'1' I'If percent of its voting strength, Brad- enough to upset Republican control. :' I
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invited to march In a televised ford added 4,128 votes to the Reagan 'Democratic
gains, however, put the ..' .:.::.
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parade In Ocala later in the day. ; landslide, a more party in a good position to recapture' '. :::
Some merchants also the 'Ie. 2,341 scored here by Mondale.
prefer the Senate in 1988 when 22 :.. '
parade in the morning so it doesn't Reagan won IS of Bradford's 20 Republican Incumbents, but only 12 '

interfere as much with the business precincts. Democrats are up for re-election.
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day.On ., 2I Mondale's 761
the Downtown... ; ;, Unusually heavy cross-Over voting.was It will take the analysts weeks to, .
a indicated in Bradford balloting, unravel all of the factors con- '
The Downtown Progress Committee --------.5 41' ; -A s where Republicans outnumbered -' tributing to Reagan's'victory, but : :-::';

(DPC) will meet Monday, Nov. ten to one, Democrats > the pocketbook Issue is given most of /. ,; : .( I
12, at 4:30: p.m. in the Chamber ofComm'erce 555 by the credit. Reagan vaulted into,the .''-d'i j... '.} ". -.f i
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office on the corner of -. -i- ,, r.. IAn"Swepflhebo! uiaavot.I\! :: '*White'House in 1080 largely...tr.tlt.t'/ :' : J .'

*..>., Walnut and Madison Str t&4nMMhMi. J," 5rgave 'tnci0dto 0 'd3"whk.."?,|hg rOw": "$ ''et ecOI.lUJj., : totter"rUitfnit : x '" y
" ""., ) ,1Ii1l- j.-.u U"4.' JjIlll him 1IS'percent bf its tolttT;ba- ;
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The DPC plans to submit its planto ed on Incomplete returns.' Mondale' 'Are you better off today than you..:'. 't s "'' "

revitalize and beatify the S- 4 j/ S i xl ,, carried only his-home state, MInnesota ''were four years ago?" His cam- ,
downtown Call Street area to the city J d rlr M by 30,000 votes, and the paign technique this time wasto ignore .

commission at its Nov..20 District of Columbia. With only 270 the issues of budget deficits,

meeting, which starts at 7:30 p.m. electoral votes needed for election, war and peace and the environment i

The committee will propose that Reagan scored a historic total of 525 ,while dwelling .on'the lower, I

the city borrow $500,000 for the to Mondale's 13 -just five more than rate inflation, and declining in

revitalization project to be rapatd + J.t I. 'Alf Lincoln's ,record low of eight terest rates in recent months Polls .S

over 30 years with funds raised by ,,' + 1 when he ran against President indicated that a general feeling that I

Increasing the property tax of the t J ..-.'. .00.", A n'5' Ir ,'S* t '.F," Roosevelt, the economy is better ''combined .

31 downtown property owners in .'. Jr.." ', 'with Reagan appeals to traditional .
volved. The DPC has signatures of I. (' Reagan defeated Mondale in all 67 values of American family life, moved ,

21 of the property owners who -,., Florida counties to capture the solid majorities in every region of .
( ," state's 21 electoral votes. It .wasReagan's the into the President's col-''' '
favor the project, and is in processof ..'".. ,. country
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contacting other property .* --, ., victory Florida umn ;; .
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owners. '{ I -.. he crushed the Carter-Mondale'' .'.'

301 Traffic Light Improvements...'? ( '. ticket with 55'percent of the vote in In spite of the COP landslide,most'' .. ,

City Meetings... t ny 1980, although Bradford County remained Democrat leaders, denied that'itI." '. ..
SES Electronics Services workers have beeh busy In trench being cut below Is for cable to connect .the, in the Democratic column signalled a realignment of parties, ,' .

The Brooker town council meets recent weeks. Installing new traffic signals.The narrow" signals, and will be filled back up with concrete. by a narrow margin.In predicting a resurgence of'' ,

Tuesday Nov. 13, at 7:30: p.m. in city ".." ; spite of Reagan unprecedented Democratic strength if Reagan is ,'

hall. ""/' '. ..J personal victory his 'subjected to another recession, due, J. ; '
.The Hampton town council meets deliver the national debt in themiddle '> ; \. ".
coat-tails failed to the hoped- to soaring 1r'\ -1,
city Tueday hall., Nov.13, at. 730; p.m. in the New Lights to Help TrafficFlowModern : :, for majority in the House!! of of his I second term, < .,. ',t r .."'.


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electronic traffic signals
:=This Friday night, Nov. 9. the will aid traffic flow on Starke's r Beaten '
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final home football of the r
game US-301 Intersections to the tune of WilliamsS, :1:1,1 ;
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a Bradford High tradition. $96,301 5-, \'t\ .f1: (I, .
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.Parents asked to meet at the
are in front of the The project will see replacementof '' ; ..,/; ,r. .
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Introductions will begin at 7:30: five traffic lights at Starke intersections In Clay Landslide: ";'fv ('0\.# .
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senior football player and > : t9, '
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SES Electronics Services, a ; ford County ,Was. carved out 'of : ;
Cheerleader will be introduced. from Challenger F.L. (Chance) Irvine, ,.
statewide contractor operating District which includes the, '
21, now
R-Orange Park, has edged out :
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bidder in obtain- .
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Miami was of Bradford east of US Ol and
part
4 veteran Rep.. Frank Williams ;
Fuqua Representative ing the job, awarded Sept. 12. The for D-Middleburg, for the Dist.) 21 seat in east of Starke, 'all'. of. Clay and" part.l,, c'' s. ':
:Schedules Stops... firm will .be responsible of St.Johns. .
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the' Florida .}House of Represent "
maintenance and initial set of ."
Don up
Congressman Fuqua I. Williams withstood a challenge by"
tatives. .
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representative of his office would be days. ..: -- which three Republicans 'were Drawdy two' 'years 'ago.-:: But' the 'I
'in the following towns on Nov. 20. The City of Starke will then be able elected'apparently tls; ;'what:.sweptRep potentlal/or'a heavy Orange Park'' .

-The assistant will be available to to set light .Intervals,at any timing it: y'n, i v? o {. ;,, Williams out of office by 446 vote going for an Orange Park resident ..
]listen to problems with federal agenTEtes desires, to control traffic flowi} The votes'over the three counties..Mrs. has always.been there '''' 'cr'' '\ \
and to receive comments on system also Includes sensors! that : ,
; Irvine is to ,, Orit couidbe said three: Clay'Republicans J.
a newcomer politics.
:legislation before Congress. The 'allow for periods o{very light traffic t.8ay Clay voters also'replaced veteran rode into office on the .
'schedule is as follows: Starke, Courthouse flow. For example, if US-301 trafficis ''
Incumbent School,Supt. Jess Tynes coattails of: ; President ,Ronald ,, :
I 9:30-10:30: : a.m.; Keystone very heavy, and no vehicles are Reagan ', ; ', :'h
with Ann
challenger'
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at Pratt St., the 301 flow '
Heights Post Office 1:00-1:45 crossing i
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Send Hampton Post Office, 2:45-3:15 would have the green.,At the time elected Wiggins, a political school. teacher newcomer, and Rep. Williams 'said" 'Wednesday'. :';;, :,\

;pm.; that vehicle approached 301 on tw Republican Dorothy Holt as afternoon he phoned'Mrs. Irvinecongratualed ., : -I: !t' 1
Pratt St., the light on 301 would, halt of .election supersylsor \her, told her"he.wni'';T ':i!. "';f'

"' that north-south now; ; over' 'pemocrat'. ,cooperate, in{any way ,to make an 'f:':';
Thanks.... of Transportation Information candidate. Janie Turner*" '1" : I..
the BHS football Department orderly transition.. \
3 Marc'Jadurongave team $100 to buy food for the Specialist Joe Ferguson ;Williams" )Irvine* Looking.back over the '12 yearS,' 1 I

Coach indicated that the signal operators 1 Williams says he's greatful for the," It :;1:1.1:. ,
after recent game. Bradford 793
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David Horse wants of Jackson in setting the lights. Settings t Clay- 12.W3. ,",2131 'he plans to stay close to the podticalscene \ '; '. ".',:'.
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; president of Starke Lake would regulate pedestrian traffic as !y I St.Johri 040 1,019' .,'.'r

Building Supply Heights.The well as vehicular traffic, and could Williams does 'not now,"discount. I f .
Butler,and Keystone include the slowing of traffic to force I"1 ',
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said Department of Cor Wai Just too costly id Consider when :. I It that r would mWi more penlod' -, On Monday. Reddish 8. ld16; p k- fct>can't' "refuse ''tdf' wit'people' hth. 1
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; '' 'call for:a female, of the,county has an average of only :f nel working full time in$hejail.; 'v sons were in jail Monday, Nov. 5. in-: J ail Riddistt.said. filftbe; ,jut: ."
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H"i aid females' being1i chidiMtoiw was f woman serving 30" tells us to put someone in Jail. weTlj ? Spat :, .; '
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on duty any time a female one female prisoner often no>i : '* "f'1', j. i It\:
driving While rintoxka tW. them iM "' l., : i-W>jjf' .
said that In the 1 Jail time because of the man& day rar r
in the Jail. He women are jail. iI'' J
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hiring four or five more He told the commissioners that( ::1 ..f sentencing of persons who The Jail has a capacity 21 P-6. 'I.. ..f ''i:
an additional cost county' growth would some day'd-f'1 arrested a second time for drlv-' -' !idtot private apecr" 1ema! ,, ;; ... be to have the 'reroute "". .1'. '''';"

of some. $100,000. an- mand that a new Jail be built and, :. while intoxicated..' away from the men. : another counter.. \ ., \ ':: ?; ."
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:: ; I. ere certified correctional) d.tq .;wtth' ,.,.,.t 1 doty around th* #1..I" :
said be opposes hiring costs the day such a facis\ C: as o-, ,'. ..-'. .. ..
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The "coat itails" of a Republican registered Republicans in the coun local political scene,said he entered .
presidential landslide Tuesday failed ty. Holtzendorf scored his heaviest the race because he saw the need for
to bring victory for B.C. (Ben) wins In Precincts lOA and 10B a more conservative county govern
: r Holtzendorf who claims to be the (Theressa and Santa Fe Lake area) ment. He favored more county road ,
i first GOP candidate for a Bradford where Republican registration Is Improvements, a county-supported. ,.I
l County commission seat since above average for Bradford County. fire department and increased :t
Wr "Reconstruction Days". Waters carried 17 precincts out of 20. recreational facilities. "
r X+ Holt.endorf.. Waters 35, Who served four yearson Waters who owns W.W. Wood.11;
.2.3S1 the Starke City Commission, 1976 chipping bo.,said he sought the post .;
WoUrs.....3,801 to 1980,won the Democratic ndmlna- with a view to being more respond t
I Holtzendorf polled a strong crossover lion by defeating incumbent Homer sive to the needs of the people than I
vote however racking a Hart in s Second Primary run-off, some commissioners the past. ;
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count of 2,351 to 3sol tor. the winner, Qctober 2.Holtzendorf. A tabulated vote by precinct l is ;:1'

New Phone Store Gets October Business Improvement- Award.... < Wilbur:,Waters, there are only 723, ,55,a newcomer to.the, carried, elsewhere In..this Issue.... (:.\'- ,,m

October",r tlplent of the Business Improvement exterior extensively, using cedar. The work 'was done .. f,
Award sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. I Is by Steve Cubbedge. Madison St. Baptist to Host "Fifth Quarter" this Friday '." '-" ':' .ro"

Kendall Telecommunications located at 108 East Call Mark operates a telephone sales and service store
Street. -- -.- from this location. The .Improvements made*t.'Out Madison Street Baptist Church School singers Refreshments will be aerv:1.. :
Mark Kendall the owner above purchased the former Carlisle Hardware building have added greatly will host a ''Fifth Quarter" this Fri- Designed for an teenagers, the ed 'r, /,.I
+ building In the spring and remodeled the Interior and to recent Improvements to the downtown'area. ../,,.. football ht,Nov.9, after the last home 'Fifth. Quarter will feature Entertainment will begin at,10:30: ,,,,'1t.
"'" game at Bradford High Frampton Family, local. gospel p.m. and .last until 11:30: p.m.THANKS '?t
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I Starke's New 2-Way Tie-Iiris "Power Saver" .' ; '


<" Starke's new 2-way power tie-in is There are too many- things In 'the available power to service the entire A in the. Thanks to .the police and sheriffs office for.
and distribution that city. If one more engine went down, computer power plant now
a money saver, Electric Department plant system matches the city with the least ex. speedy of our tools.
Superintendent Bill Weldon need to be upgraded or replaced. the city's capacity would not have One such recovery
told city commissioners Tuesday For instance, many utility polesare been firm, meaning to operate rently pensive Is source.early morning source from cur- We appreciate you.
night Nov. 2. old and need replacment and without the largest generating unit. coal-fired which power I t',
plants
are -
wire needs to be There Utility superintendent Merrill expensive
Buying power from a number of new run. are to shut down.
different markets as opposed to' 35-year old electric generators In the Dees worked out the details of the Cubbedge Remodeling & Cabinet Shop :
Florida Power LIght,will result in power plant that have never been first contract with Florida Power & Power Brokering...
October savings of$46,919 on a total completely overhauled. One Is cur- Light unbeknownst to the council
month fuel bill which has rangeed in' rently being overhauled, made like members. The situation became Working with the computer tied In- 11
the last eight months from $75,000 to new, at a cost of 35000. serious enough, and the tie became to the statewide power grid the city 1
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Is from
116000. In fact, If the projected save operational. currently getting electricity LISTENWe're
ings come through as expected it Weldon is Crowing... Things went along for awhile. But five sources: .,, ,
might kill off the power adjustment Weldon's revelations came in a FPL had the city locked in, charging Gainesville, 35 percent ,"c .
charges on'city utility bills planned release of figures city commissioners mostly whatever the big utility Power broker 17 percent '
The city-owned share of FPL'sSt.Lucie A Revival
have known for months. wanted. -r Having 'T
Kilowatts Go Down... Two years the council began'investigating plant, 24 percent.
The electric superintendent has the 2-way parallel inter FPL straight, 14 percent. That = Everyone Is Invited = n
In June the 5.98
city was paying
been anxious to crow about the savIngs connection, traveling/ to New Smyrna figure was 58 percent. t .1\
cents. New per kilowatt-hour contracts, with for electricity. different for several months, but the Beach to see how that city's2way Starke generation, 10 percent. There will be Singing, Praising, Apostolic '.I
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commission didn't give him go- tie
generating sources around the ahead until Tuesday night. worked.'s" Worship and Good Anointed. Preaching '. !

cheaper statewide each power month.grid have been Now, they want to crow about the ,$1.5 million...
The July cost was down slightly to city's new two-way power tie that From there, the city fathers spent Veteran Commissioner Vernon
went operational July 9. Silcox the council to look to the .
hour hour investigating a urges. Rev. Vernon Brite
5.93 cents pr KWH. In August it was upon future. Speaker: I
5.40 cents per KWH In Sept. 4.91 2-way tie, had engineering studies. .
cents, and October looks like 4.6 How It Happened... done, and talked and talked..,.""' Starting thinking about: of Macon. Georgia /'
cents. Years ago the city generated electricity In the end, a $1.5 mlUlon I bond Upgrading the power plant.Upgrading. :
for its residents solely with issue went to pay for the 2-way Ue,or ..the distribution Wednesday Nov. 7 -. Nov. ', 11' ) .I
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The fuel adjustment charge on the city power plant. It was a point of parallel interconnection, pay i FPL system. .
utility bills comes on power costs pride to be independent for work on its end for the 2-way tie. Hiring a city manager. Nightly 7:30 Sunday morning 10:00 am ,. ,
above 4.779 cents per KW. If the But demand for electricity con- The 2-way tie enables the city to "It's important we stay with this ,7.
city's cost per KWH goes below 4.779 tinued to grow. The city went into buy electricity from cheapest source thing" said Commissioner Silcox
cents, like October's projected 4.6 bond issue after bond issue to buy available in the state-not just FPL. who pointed out the.city'council is APOSTOLIC. TRUTH.. (
cents per KWH, there will be no expensive generating equipment.The In fact, a new more favorable con part-time and always is working .
power adjustment cost. city began to be threatenedwith tract has been negotiated with FPL from behind A city manager is United Pentecostal Church ;
The big savings won't cut the base brownouts. There were times since the city has been on the open' needed to run a city with a$7 million' i f
Cost of city electricity,, however. when it was difficult to juggle the market budget. (N.E. ''2nd St., one fourth mife east on SR 225 tpwtey) ". I

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and passing seven of the eight legislators in the course of. their official -
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amendments presented on the duties.Am.ndm.nt. L.and.r J. Shaw: / .
genera] election ballot. Yes. .3 -.3.040No' \

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Bradford nixed only Amendment 5: Yes. . .2,939 q p i .MONDAYNOVEMBER. I
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debate coun- "
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.Amendment Amendment 6: : Will ; ;. :; i,
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amendment and V.. .. . . 3,452 '
3,242 against. :
No .. 1,681 NATIONAL
All other amendments were approved Amendment 6 would .require all I Be :Closed ? : ;'. !

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voters. 40.000 population to have been l t S'i
Florida Bar members for five i*
years : .
Amendments 7 and 8;having to do:. before taking office.Am.ndm.nt .MondayNovember. :, '
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parks, etc. passed.Am.ndment. 7: ,\ ; i

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No .'. . . . . 1.454 technical changes in the way stale ,' .: ;,/:;; Our,,. Servicemen,
Amendment 1 would'make .a 'general-obligation bonds may be S! '
technical change in the exemption of issued. Day 'i; 'e ", : Past t & Present |
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homesteads from forced sale for Ii] |
taxes, extending the exemption to .
"an natural person"instead of only Amendment I: I Open for' Business .Regular Hours Tuesday a,

the ''head of the household." Yes .'. ? .,.,. ,.3.7o : .'. ,. :|::I:

No. ; ...'a ,.,> :>..1,242 i Community State .Bank ::2

Amendm.nt'2* Amendment 8 makes technical Florida' National Bank p pMain

changes to the gross receipts tax Bradford Square .-US 301. S:. Starke ...
Yes. .. . . . .3,305 that finances the Public Education'Capltal.OUtlay Offlcei.105! W.Jefferson. St.Starke 32091, ((904)964-7050.): .' I !
No ,x.. ... 0,. ... .. 1,723, trust fund ':::2
Amendment 2- would allow, the :
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V.a'\. .> .. .': ... ..' .3.705 of Ehrlich the and District Shaw Court, and three of Appeal judges, =-----= Gainesville' Hearing Aid Center .

No.:4;; ? k j ... .>. $ 1.243 Ralph W Nimmons John K.Wigguv
Amendment 3 would open to the ton;and E. Earle Zehmer, were all The notation"q.w." stands i .l; 1003 NW'23rd Avenue .'
public the proceedings judicial retained in office by Bradford County for the Latin ''quc>d vide\ ," l '

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Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green !II l : During; the earlier hearing,
ruled Wednesday Nov. T, that four 'I 1 Crawford said the parents had been
children previously being taught at trying to give their children a better
home in Bradford County must re- appreciation of the American way of
main in a private school and an officer life, including religious values.
of the court would monitor The parents were represented by
their progress until, the school year Attorney Robert Edewaard. He said
Is over. after the judge's ruling Wednesday
Finalizing the case which t began that the case should be appealed
Oct. 1 with a petition by the Bradford i because he believes the judge's rul- ,
County School District for truancy ing would.overturned by a higher
and included two-day hearing. court. .
Green adjudged the children ,
"dependent." Crawford and Kite said they .... .. .t
Judge Green told the parents of couldn't afford to pay for an appeal ,\,. ., '" .
the children, Mr. and Mrs. Allen which might cost more than $5,000. 40 Earn Stralght-A's at Southside Elementary... .
Crawford and Mr.and Mrs.L.J. Kite Green spoke directly with the .
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Jr., that an HRS officer would children involved during the court Thirty-seven of the 40 students earing slralght-A's at Southside llankerson Dana Warren Heather Ilene). Kelly Ana Duncan Byron {
monitor:! the progress of the children session Wednesday. \ Elementary School for the first nix-weeks are ., in private school at Pine Level Bap. First row: Casey Trimble Kelly Hall Wally Johns, Shannon Safer. Third row. standing Timothy Armenlrout Amle lrlff", Mae Lynn I'
list Church where they now attend. "Your parents l love you very much Lisa"' Glllenwaters. Heather Safer, Janen Wilkinson Bradley Barber Carl Vandlrler. Erica Pfennlgcr, Heather Lawson Brittany Bola Jason J;
Judge Green said parents are not and they attempted to teach you at Elder, KoHhanda Williams Santlya Sarnt. Canova Jatslr' El-Souessl, Blllle Jo Mullis. Becky Phillips. Lladsey'/'
allowed under state regulations to home because they thought that was Second row: Julie I teach their children at home. in your best Interest," Green said Jana Thornton, Holly Hatcher Bethany Lee, Aaron Ward, Corlnlhlana, Not shown Sean Phillips Jane Stanwlx-llay, Ronald Russell ",'. :

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'1 The Starke City Commission Tues. Alligator Creek. The proposed units include 16 one-bedroom and 24 two- on the west side of the road on which Long-time resident Dewey homes in the area, saying they I
" day night approved a preliminarysite called Heritage Villas of Starke, bedroom units. A low interest loan the duplexes now Stand. Williams" opposed having mobile reduce property values.. --, :;", ,,
plan for a new 40-unit apartments 'would also be in back of and north of would allow rents to be lower than on A drawing of the exterior of the I
,1 complex on a 4.2 acre tract 'the First Presbyterian Church. The the open market. The onebedroomunits proposed apartments shows them toM
. about one mile east of downtown.As needed multi-family zoning will cost $195 monthly and two- a combination of brick and wood. '
did the Starke Zoning'Board: classification (BP), water and bedroom units will be $230. The The city commission Tuesday, t Cox Appliance.
i'J last week Commissioner Jimmy sewer lines and paved roads are in apartments will not be rent- Oct 6, upheld the zoning board's
'\ Crosby Jr.'s motion stipulated that place according to Mrs. Ter subsidized but there will be income rezoning of a four-block area in NW
' the developer follow specific willegar.Consulting. stipulations. In other words a person Starke, directly south of Bradford If : r
guidelines to provide water and engineer Don can earn too much money to High football field, for a single fami
,'I sewer and dispose storm water. Ruckman said the plans are ade- qualify to rent such an apartment. ly residence and mobile home mixture
1 The developer, LandCom Inc. of quate at this point and further ,_ Bradford Villas was originally rr Air ConditioningService I
4 Jackonville must get the approval of 'specifics 'on utilities and drainage developed by Albert Longchamp and The area is bordered on the south .
city engineers, Bessent, Hammock would be reviewed by his firm Mrs. Terwillegar, but she has since by Adkins Street on the 'west by
& Ruckman of Jacksonville on plans before a building permit is issued.A bought out Longchamp's interest Orange Street on the north by Pratt
"q for drainage before the city will Landcom. representative Hal and began working to have the property Street,, and on the east by Myrtle .
issue a building permit O'Steen, presented the preliminary developed. Street. r
.! It will be the city's second non- proposal to the city zoning board. Several duplexes already stand The rezoning is an attempt to
and
I subsidized rental complex. O Steen said his firm will seek a next to Bessent Road where it turns begin upgrading what it termed a Service Repair on: I
The .site is. back part of Bradford low interest loan from the Farmer's off SR-230 in front of Bradford deteriorating area, according to the AH Major Appliances '
1 Villas which is owr.ed I by realtor Home Administration to construct Hospital.. The newly proposed Starke Zoning Board -
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, j. Cecelia Terwillegar,and adjacent t to the 40 units :The preliminary 'plansU development:! will be in back of and z Conditioning
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U Cocaine Ring, Smashed '.._,_..._., "'1'4111I l'ag' ,1,1._ -. Published COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH I : i a .JOE COX, OWNER

Thursday
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Starke charged with possession of ''users in Bradford County for a county FDLE to assist his department in In- '.at 139 W. Call Street ,
" controlled substance and sale of a this size, said Clark. vestigating the illegal I possessionand Stark, Florida 32091
controlled substance Spencer'sbond Cocaine is commonly sold 'on the' sale of cocaine in Bradford ] f'tf'
was set at$10,000 at his first ap I streets*"ln amounts of one ounce County. All of the arrests were a Second Class postage paid at 964.74.62Rt.
pearance. >down to a gram A fair street price is result of this undercover investigation -
Garry Dennis Wells, 23, of Starke I$1,500 to $2,000 for an ounce. which took place over the past Starke, FloridaSubscription
was charged with'possession a Four vehicles were also seized at six months;.with all the 'buys' being Rates
controlled substance and sale of a the time of the arrests as the made directly by agents for FDLE. :
controlled substance. Wells' bon4) vehicles were used in the cocaine The investigation revealed that In-trade area: $10.00 per year .. 2,. Box 2116
was set at $6,000. transaction: A 1981 Lincoln Con Norman was supplying quantities of 5.50 six months
he amount of the bond Indicates tinental and a 1980 Ford van were cocaine to Thompson who was (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd) "
the involvement of the individual in seized from Thompson. A 1975 Ford distributing the cocaine in smajler: Outside area: $11 per year
the illegal business" I" according to pickup truck seized from Michael S. amounts to be sold at the street level $6.00 six months Starke, Florida 32091 h
Investigator Wiley lark. There is a Bryan and a Mazda pickup truck In Bradford County. according to J

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Santa 1River, Santa Fe Lake,and Santa 'r
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Fe Swamp\ /have all figured prominently ; .L. -
In the news in recent years due to the controvenftWer -

7 : proposed peat mining in 'the,
swamp, but not no much Is known about
the once Important Santa Fe Canal;which
ad provided water transportation from
d 7 h Melrose to Waldo in the latter part of the w
7r
last century.
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The Santa Fe Canal Company was
ir chartered on March 2, 1871 for the purpose ,
of constructing the canal which was dredged
out over a period of two years, and
opened'for steamboat transportation In' lY
1879, the"same year that The Telegraphwas a r,,
founded. i

t In the days before good roads came into
10'11 _--..N orI..... 1IiiIIat{_ 'r. being water was a primary means of


\ Swamp Deed Delivered... 'policy Division coordinator1; Ken Woodburn In the, Governor's natural resources Office Reconstruction Era. of after, Florida the duringthe 'Civil I' ......... _..._ .,-.1.".

Pictured above turned Is the over scene the taut deed week to 5.3S6 asGeorgiaPacific SKWMI Donald O.and Morgan Daniel, A.executive Martinet director,vice presidentof of the War. iAccording, to old issues of the -- ."_ ...-._-..::"': ._::. ... Fhe Steamer<< F.S. Lewis "

GP's Souther Pulp and Paper Div lelon. Qalnetvlulle' Weekly Bee, officers of the
acre of the Santa Fe Swamp Dinlrlct to the for Suwannee Governor Bob :Graham praised Georgia* canal company were George C. Bixford, ed. Lake Alto on the l third Sunday of May, located on the southwestern border of San
I River Water Management the elate manage. Pacific's conservation effort by saying, "The presidentfc B.B. Ewing, Santa Fe Lake, 1879. Work began July 3, 1879 on the main ta Fe Lake. A little bay makes In, creating
and by
ment preservation Howell, chairman agency.of the donation of the swamp to the state Is an admirable vice president; T.A Peek, Waldo, line between Alto and I.IW"' Santa Fe a delightful and secluded water resort
district's From left governing are Auley board Davis K Morltnsen example of corporate responslbtllty'toward treasurer; Neel K. Farrell, Waldo chief opening March 9, 1881. where bathing, fishing, and boating may
natural and D.S. Place, Waldo be enjoyed. There are several stores
vital and
of resource
conservation a engineers
P.S. Lewis
vice president of C.P's Eastern Wood Product \! The steamboat was completed industries
other two churches
secretaryDirectors were: Gen. Elias In 1881 and made her maiden Baptistand
April
Earle of, Earton) on Santa Fe Lake; 26. S.C. Episcopal, a $22,000 schoolhouse, two
with on April
Hiram Alderman, Geneva; and' W.X trip passengers of the boat, which public squares and some fine residences.
Barker was captain
Cessna Gainesville. Near one of the churches stands the
EDITORIALS frame
The
burned and by
r4 later was replaced
of old building used
the
an ,
I during
.", ", '. t", Purpose of the company was "to open Alert. The main cargo carried by these prison for captives. war as a
1r .' ,I steam boat navigation from Lake Geneva boats was citrus grown in the fine groves
: : :. '' and Santa Fe Lake, through Alto' Lake to around Melrose. Another newspaper item of that period

'a. :' Waldo, which offered access, to rail .I The Weekly Bee reported that the reported: "Two fine boat houses are near-
.! :, transportation on the Pernandina" to Cedar owed debt of ing completion at Melrose Bay One Is the

1 ,," .," I Key' railroad, thus .opening up "a great gratitude navigation for company"the was pluck, skill a and property of Mr. Ittner, the other Major
\ } of desirable and fertile land The design of these
1 scope most in sticking to and pushingthis pefectly buildings is
s b' upon these magnificent lakes, in portionsof perseverance needed work to its present successful beautiful, and they appear at
r : Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Putnam condition in the face of ridicule and jeers first view to be lovely little dwellings It Is
,, t t I counties by rendering them easy access, that multitudes of those to be benefitted only when you see the larger houses on the
'J I Ij and by affording rapid and cheap have seen fit to throw at this importantenterpl'lBe. heightened land at the back that the ad-
transportation for necessary supplies, and ." mirer of these architectural blJous is
I for transporting surplus products to undeceived. Really, Lake Santa Fe Is nowa
? \ market. This object has been accomplished In addition to carrying oranges and most enchanting place, and can
by the enterprise of the parties compos- other cargo, the Alert was also used for favorably compare with European con-
i f A Day to Remember;:* Ing the Canal Company without one dollarof pleasure. An 1886 item from an early tinental lakes of much greater ,pretensions -
H. outside aid." Melrose newspaper reported: "Quite a ."
: number of our citizens went on the Alert to
Money for constructing the canal was see the Blanche Curtiss dramatic company It was also reported that "a new road to
I raised by Issuing 150 shares of stock for in 'Only a Farmer's Daughter' at Starke Is contemplated being fenced In"

$100 per share. Waldo on Wednesday the 17th. It was an After the disastrous freezes that visited

The main office of the canal: companywas enjoyable affair.The boat returned at mid- Florida during the 1890s, ,killing orange
in :;Waldo, with branch offices In night." groves and destroying citrus: as an

Melro e,- Banana (an early settlementnear Melrose was a and agricultural Industry in north central
Veterans from Bradford County have be a 'day of remembering that our Waldo), and other pick-up points. fashionable resort in those prosperous days.A visiting Florida, the main source of revenue for the

fought in eight wars during the past 150 precious liberty was not an unearned The"route was first surveyed by Joseph historian Carl Webber, praised its canal was lost and it was no longer used

. Therefore, Veteran's Day, gift, but had to be purchased Voyle in. May, 1877, and excavation reach- charms, saying "Melrose is most prettily, commercially
years
November 11, is truly a day to be blood, sacrifice, and even life itself ) j

remembered and revered by almost Veterans Day is a reminder of all *

every family these experiences, and for those who Eight Members Appointed

Since the Seminole Indian Wars in the served their country at home and 1st. Acre Ceremonyet

1830s and '40s men have left their abroad, war is a deeply emotional ex-
To Historical Board by Soils
homes and businesses for service in the perience. The trauma of the Vietnam County Survey:

Mexican War (1848), Civil War (1861)) War left many who served with lasting Nov.15The
WorliWar scars, mentally as well as physically Thursday;
Spanish-American War, 1898; caused entire to alb Gov. Bob Graham has announced the appointment Keystone; Heights, historian and'author ,
I (1914)) ; World War II (1939), that an generation ,of eight new and reappointed Guy Andrews, Starke, developer; andEugene "First
Korean War(1950) ; and the Vietnam but lose its way in the world to which it, members'of the Bradford County Board of L. Matthews, retired newspaper traditional" the start Acre

War in the.1960s. ., $$ $ '. ** 'h flnallydcame home'f .sv Historical..... jftustees. publisher ('t. I ? ,,,.,!..t U1oIJWII/ ; + ,," ., ghof Ceremony R g4rd, County's signifying! tompreheny'g ;.
"' dayOn recall the The .The Historical'Board of Trustees'wosiOcreated '
Veterans .. .
. Veterans takefikon renevved Day isjta ; ew.tnembersaappointedarse iil Pkbil lurveY"1q; ie"nderL"'M\! .
Dar.1984 > J-horror of war:and armed conflict orall William ,11 : byi,:special tegialUirtftict>ltt meaning and significance as terrorism kinds. And day especially to reflect on Flynn Stare attorneys; and Carolyn B. and owns and administers the 1902 Brad- 3:30 p.m. at the Bradford County
a
spreads throughout the world, Spooner, Starke area director of heBradfordl4don ford County Courthouse which is listed on courthouse.
assassination of Indira Ghandi throws the ultimatae horror and worldwide Guidance Clinic. the National Register of Historic Places. .
destruction that would be caused by a The will be attendedby
that troubled country into chaos, rebels Members reappointed were: Judge Under the 1973 legislative act, the board Florida's ceremony Commlslsoner of
attempt to overthrow governments to nuclear war-a war that would have no 'Elzie S. Sanders Starke; Col. Harry M. has authority to acquire and administer Conner and Is
Agriculture Doyle
the south of us, and numerous wars, surviving veterans, nor even any SUr- Hatcher, .Starke; Zonira II, Tolles other historic properties in the area.. sponsored by the Bradford Soil
viving civilians to mourn their loss. Y and Water Conservation District,
declared and undeclared are in pro-
Veterans Day'1984 should also be a day '- .. Royce Joyner chairman.
around the world.
gress of that the two world powers that Notebook
prayer County Agent's
b'BobbyLTaylor Harold YamaUkl, leader
This Sunday, all Americans are asked now live in ,fear and dread :of one of the three-man team party now con
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1 to remember, and to meditate on the another will one day realize that they r !f. ducting the survey will give a

\I sacrifices made by almost 40 million must abandon their futile arms race-a Whiteflies fly, but they're not flies. Adult 'lawns. Spray plants to the point of runoff, brief description of the project
service men and women who have worn race that can never be won-and concen- 'whitcflies resemble tiny white moths, but ; covering the undersides of leaves which will require an estimated

the uniforms of our country through a trate all of their' efforts toward peace, they're not :moths either. Actually, And ..!thoroughly! and spray again in about two three years to complete. .attend:

r dozen wars or "conflicts" since the nation's rather than preparing for war in which :closest relatives are the scale insects. weeks.This"should solve your problem until'. '' 'The public Is Invited, to.,t.FORESTRY' .
like scales attack and damage the next major brood the ceremony
they many emerges.
founding-in revolutionary war- be .
all peoples' of the Earth I will. tie' ,' id our favorite landscape ornamentals. On Of course, you shouldn't spray at all until
more than.200 years'ago.. Sunday, should losers.. rare occasions they'll, even invade our you're sure whiteflies are the real villains.

., I homes to feed on houseplants. 'Many other problems can cause plants to
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t I .. ," ." \, .....'.'1" Jj", I Whitefhes infest many plants, including decline. So, carefully examine the undersides .
gardenias, camellias, liguslrum, and a of leaves for the presence of the whitefly =
f number of annuals. nymphs I described. you confirm that
'Adult whiteflies are quite small only a sixteenth whiteflies are infesting your plants don't try .
to an eighth of an inch long. Both the to control the adults. After large numbers of IN BRADFORD, COUNTY ,
wings and body are covered with fine, adults are seen wait about two weeks'
white, powdery wax. The immature stages before spraying. This two week delay will By Da vU W. Norton

are flat round and no larger than a allow the eggs to hatch. The small nymphs,
erans.Day, i ii pinhead. They're light green' to whitish in which are the most damaging the plants,
color, somewhat transparent.and resemble are the easiest stage to control. You shouldconcentrate Cost-Share ProgramFor
tiny fish scales.After hatching,each nymph your efforts on them, rather
inserts its beak into the underside of a leaf, than the mature whiteflies. Planting PinesIf

/i 1 November and never leaves this feeding point until it someone gave you money to plant pine
I reaches the adult stage. trees then timber would be an ideal crop
of adult LettersThanks to plant The federal government providesa
There are three' ma
i;: (. 1 --C- 1r whiteflies annually in Florida. In our area cost-share assistance program'' for

: these occur jn late' March, mid-June, andr Expressed ,'.. private landowners to' offset. the costs of
I tree
August They two or three For Church planting.
Story'on
SCHEDULE OF sotaa and
EVENTS weeks earlier in the about a week 100th In order to: encourage private landowners -
Anniversary ,
and wes .When disturbed .timber.
later to the north ; to plant idle or cut-over
i Sunday..Nov.,11 ,. i ii 1, adult whiteflies emerge from Infested plants Dear Mr. Matthews'; areas, this cost-share program was
1 Charter Presentation In swarms resembling white clouds. But, in The celebration of the First established._ This program has changed
spite of their numbers they cause little or no Presbyterian Church's Centennial Sunday names many times since the Soil Conservation -
i! American Legion Auxiliary, :the immatures can, on bank"plantings
' damage. However Oct 28, was successful and blessed Service began their ("soil
l lt .... 3:00P.M. % seriously injure'plants by sucking out vital event, in 1958. Many millions of acres
'1 Legion Home Edward.Road V'i 'Juices. U their feeding is uncontrolled, upper have been reforested because these funds
I .Public deaf swiaces.turn.pale and affected plants You were a tremendous help In 'telunga'the ; < are available l ;
Invlt.dqf" will decline'' story to the wider audience, and
i *% l :<- \i "*., you The c06t-l h re called the'
i : Like soft scales, mealybugs, and aphids did a very professional piece of work. program, now

Vii-: / j '.' whiteflies excrete large amounts of I find the article, appearing in "Forestry Incentives Program" Is
: Ij sweet sticky substance that The 'available to landowners each year at this
honeydew
j.I I .. A .excellent, medium for the Telegraph of October 23 as clear and succinct ,time This program can return to. landowners -
.provides art
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fungus retard a read. .which they spend on planting trees/This
. : this black may
.11 MONDAY NOV. 12
: Annual Breakfast American Post Homey'QJf'' M' :.y ;;;:. :'plants growth by Interfering with photo yn. On behalf of the church, its officers and includes the costs necessary for clearingor
: Legion
preparation
; U te ,, members.; thank you very much. of the> particular area.
:1 7:30 to 9:30A.M. ..,, *"". .. ',.:;" ...'...9.-1,1"1. 'Fortunately} 'Duce g the'tnseds are controlled William H. Kadel ,. Warren Carver.' ASCS Director1;advises
j I :. All members of Legion Auxiliary and Guests, ".' J" "f HLfI sooty i aid UMlall ;weathers away. In t. that the sign-up period for this program
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'."- I Invited I to Attend f .,;,.,. fact by mixing copper,with an insecUddeyou ,-- '. Interim Pastor4HNews only lasts until December 15.;The money
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I .. at the same .
; I" can solve DOW problems .for this program is allocated on a ,request
time. For suggestions on the proper spray' < ,\ )asls", This allocation is only .availableonce
materials,check with your garden. center,or \ a year.Therefore if you are
/ offlc'' : on planting pine trees during the winter '

I' *:yv Courthouse! Ann aL.Wreath-Laying Grounds. 10:30 Ceremony A.M-t: i' i'Bradford ", + ., ;._,. 1Of county course agents*:,,you\musi'apply. the recomw \ ,, I9tt5-ae! you need to sign-up at this {lme.if .
\ to
mended correctly according .
ql products '
*:' ">* .-? County High School Band 3 Q. ".,. directions, and. with the right equipment ByRonWIshart ,' would you like have to a few in idle 'acres that you
4 Guest Speaker. RX.Korman.clIFle'd' T gAll If Use a hose attachment unit I JCome place pine production,stop
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f .".. .;g. 1 t,:.t.t1. ;sprayer. you not by and sign-up at the ASCS office before
. .. Civic Organizations Invited Attend <" r '* '' ", be sure it's,designed I -u! for ornamentals join ua''C the
t i) And Preient a Memorial Wreath( n .,,' ,.I'" ; I i i on'the second Tuesday each about this program, contact my office -,1
964.741? $44 i month 7 p.m.'r'at the,FSP: .Plulol1: 964-6080.ext.. 219.6f&3a8saf. .
i For Information calt.964-8747 or ; / ,
Club r
house
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_. Bring Items For Sale, to Post on Friday$$ : fAt wftj'1q:1: < v about, Hl"M./iui/
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., long taPered sleeves 1 accented with / The Social
AllllnMarry l Venis lace.The fitted waist cascaded ,
Into a lace trimmed semi-
cathedral train. Her long flowing net
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veil was secured with a halo. She Gladys Mooty Of e- '
Oct. 13 carried cascade of silk flowers accented ,
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with miniature red rose buds Editor /
iNorthslde and baby's breath.A Society

Baptist Church was the receptlonwas held at the church u446o8-News- '
g. where the guests were greeted by -
di n the bride and groom and Ms. Cheri
daughter of Richard Carter of bride's book. ,
.Morgan kept the
Lawtey' and Mrs. Esther S. Hall of .
Starke, to Robert Wayne Alien,son Highlighting the reception hall Host Families Needed .
of Gordon Allen of Raiford and Mrs were two large baskets of varigated
NormaJean Tetstone of Starke. Rev. carnations, chrysanthemums and
James Cowart performed the 1 gladiolus, Boston ferns and Students'
ceremony.The greenery For Exchange

choir loft was centered withan The bride's table was covered with,
Bradford County will be the temporary Germany on Ihelr own. *
arch candelabra, flanked by two a lace cloth and centered with a four home for 19 West German ex Bradford County families are
tree candelabras holding fresh arrangements tiered wedding cake topped with a change students in the spring of next needed to provide room and board to
of carnations, chrysanthemums bride and groom and nosegay Ms. year. The visit of these students Is a one or more of these students for 3
gladiolus and greenery' Peggy Gaskins and Mrs. T.C. Roun- continuation of the exchange program weeks In April of 1905. Three of the
, and two Boston ferns. tree cut the cake. in 1931, when students would like to stay longer
Presenting a program of nuptial Mrs. D.WcWhiffen coordinated an and will need homes for several
music were Mrs. Vernon Reddish" White linen cloths covered the two exchange trip between' VlUe Gym- months. Two of these students.will
" and Jimmy Alvarez. punch tables and groom's cake nasium in Erftstadt/Ublart.\'eat contribute to their room and board.
F1 Charlie Baker served as best man. table.Crystal punch bowls encircledwith Germany and Bradford High School. U you are Interested In hosting a
Ushers were Ken Fuqua. and Shad greenery centered the punch Since then, two B.H.S. groups have student, or want more information;
Starling. tables.Pouring the punch were M.... visited In Germany and one other call Mrs. Bobble Sue O'Brton in the
Mrs. Shad Starling, sister'of the Liza Alvarez, Mrs.Tammy Denton, German group has been to SUrke. evenings at..."' 17,or phone Bradford -
bride, attended aS matron of honor. Mrs. Larry Mercer. Mrs. Randy This program has initiated many High School (9844083), and
Attendants were Miss Brenda Gaskino and Mrs. Robert Cox. friendships, and several B.H.S. leave your name and phone numberfor
Langford and Miss Angela Boyett, ,, students and teachers,have visited Mrs. O'Brian to contact you.
They were attired alike In floor Assisting in serving were Misses
I length burgundy chiffon gowns over Fancy Shuford and Stacey Shuford.
*taffeta. They carried cascade ar. State Farm Retiree
rangements of white and wine car- Reunion Held Sherrt Mann Age 10 .
and with accents of Following wedding trip to Nov. 3. ., ;
natloMI Ivy Gatllnburg, Tenn. the couple is .
breath.JennUer Celebrate Birthday v.Sherri '
0 baby's Starling, niece of; the residing at 407 Lorenzo Dr., Starke, A group of retirees and guests of '
I bride was flower girl and was attired the Department of Corrections held Mann celebrated her 10th
similar to the attendants. Jeremy : The bride and groom are both Its 13th annual reunion on Saturday birthday Saturday,Nov.3,when her'
Ii Allen, nephew of the groom,y was graduates of Bradford High School. Nov, 3 at the Community Center .In mother Mrs. Gloria Mann gave a
ringbearer.Given She graduated In 1982 and is Lake Butler. party Center t the Theressa. Community .
I In marriage by her father employed at the,Bradford' County Fellowship and food was enjoyed I
i the bride wore organza gown with, Public' Library. The groom by the 88 attending Jim Bridges a Assisting Mrs.Mann with the party \
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: ,and Mr Robert Allen
Mr a Venice lace adorned bodice withpearl graduated In 1981 lacnof Starke charter member, traveled the farthest was Mrs. Bertha Newsome,
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trim.Queen Anne neckline amt employee, of Hercules distance !rom Thomasville,

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IU Sherri's Free Everyone is ,, Invited"to3attend: ,
: grandmother. ScreeningsTuesday R.vlval Nov. 12 ",
Lunch Bunch \ and ice refreshments will be servedDid / i
Mike Cake; Cokes, mints nuts,
SpakarAt '
J Coonvy Meets Friday cream were served to Sherri's Nov. 13 At Pleasant Hope Church

If' Woman's Club Meting : friends,, sister and brother.J. ', Blood Pressure, Glaucoma You Know...:...... ( ,
jjJ The children enjoyed playing .
There will be a Revival at the
The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri. Hemoglobin, and Diabetes screening
i Mrs. Patricia Slack Public Affairs games and prizes were given to the PleasantHope Congregational
the will be conducted free of charge
day Nov. 9 'at 12 noon 'at winners. "' %1
Woman's ;: Misses Melissa Wlnkler'andTheresa
r,. Chairman of the ,Club Fellowship Hall for its Tuesday Nov 13, from 10 a.m. to 4p.m Methodist Church.
of Starke, has announced that Presbyterian The decorations were done by'Shem' the lot. Highway 301 North of Starke.With 'Poe of Georgia Southern'College
dish lunch. Dr. ., in WInD Dixie parking
sister Lori Mann, and Misity visit
" ", Michael B. Cooney. Executive the Rev. J.C. Lauramore. The will Melissa's parents,
William Kadel will be the speaker.
'" Director of the Bradford County Telken. v, Revival will start Nov. 12th starting Mr and Mrs George Winkler over
Chamber of Commerce, will be the "l] Should you wish to have a nightly at 7:30 p.m. Homecoming theweekend and attend' the
$< r speaker for the noon luncheon Sellers Treats Rayed i Diabetes Screening, an eight hour will be Nov. 18th. Everyone is In- Florida/Georgia game.
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'fr meeting to be held on Wednesday, fast is required before the testing is vited to attend.
4 Nov. 14, at the clubhouse. Mr. Celebrates Birthday At Hospital On Halloween done.These screening are sponsoredas There' will be a Gospel Sing at Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Scott of
Cooney will speak on Chamber activities a community service by the Pleasant Hope Congregational Lawtey spent the./weekend at
.: 1 i and the Adventist Church. All Methodist Church. Highway 301 Daytona Beach, compliments of
during 1984, progressthe Heather Christine Sellers, 83 youngsters took their treats to Seventh-Day
year has brought to the com: daughter of Dale It Kim Sellers of ,the hospital Halloween night to have screenings are conducted by trained North of Starke,Saturday night Nov. their daughters Mimi. of celebration Fort
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munity. Lawtey, celebrated her first birth- them rayed a free service personnel. 10th. Featured group will be The
J Hostessw for" this meeting are: day at home with a small family par donated by the hospital and sponsored End Time Singers\ ( starting at 7:30. of their wedding anniversary.'
t Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Mrs. N. Conti,' ty, Wed. Oct. 31. The guests enjoyeda by the Starke's Woman's Club. _._ \
' Mrs. J.E. Hitchcock: Mrs. M.R. cake decorated for Halloween, ice, The print-out of the X-rays were';
'.* Judd, Mrs. A.R. McRae, Mrs. V.J. cream & soft drinks: given to the children as an added i \I ;,
S ngler.. tpa..J.D. WrUTeD, .iMa ri Guests included Grandma & e t. '/U. >' .!
',' B' :'.Wltl't' b 1 : IIl1 d nd GrandpaBoyer; Chuck -ftt Donna*ofli l,'V A11,the,fcreats showed neoa&rrsititttfc .. .. ;
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Sellers. >Aunts Carrie & -Lori of ,of the hospital staff and T
Lawtey'; Nanna Nester of assisted by Lillian Stump, Roxanne
'1 : Gainesville t Aunt.,Cathy & Uncle 'Ruckdeschel and Ruth Merlie of the ,
Veterans Day.Event.'Scheduled Wayne Wood of Starke;Aunt Shelby Woman's Club. Processing was I I
R by Legion Uncle Eddie,& cousin Shannon of made between the hours 8:39'and \
"And Auxiliary Lawtey. LCRAF .1 A"
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American Legion Post 56 and AuxIliary p.m..Holiday .
has scheduled a number, of ,
events for Veterans Day weekend. Special
A Rummage Sale will be held at '
i the, Post Home on Edwards Road

Saturday and Monday. Items for ,Selected, DINNER I
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sale Nov.may 9.Charter. ,be,brought In on.Friday 659- Vertical.i Blinds .

representation for' the' ,

Auxiliary the p.m.Post with Home.will refreshments be. held Sunday served at at 3 .No Coordinating .Charge I" (i' You Have To ,Try, it to Believe it'!

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Breakfast will be held Monday at the Coordinate your home or" off ice 'i 1':"Delicious crab, meat and stuffing, Southern-style:
for all
Post Home from 7:30: to 9:30
'"' veterans and guests followed by a WallpaperBedspreads >i>i Inside a natural shell. hush puppies

,; Wreath-Laying Ceremony at the Draperies' !

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,( Rusty Barrett MarryRobin Scup/ChW Lunch

j. Thursday Nov. IS '
Gay Wadaworth of .tke.
" daughter of Mr. and MwTj ersy J. United Methodist Women will hold
Wads Wor h of Hampton and William r its annual Christmas bazaar
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Russet) (Rusty Barrett son of Ms. 1 ; ; Thursday, Nov. 13, from 7 a JB. to a
', .4 Dale Barrett and Don Barrett GI p.m. In the Fellowship Hall.
.." 4dw Gainesville were united In marriageon A soup or chill lunch will be served
Sept IS, at b p.m. on the Inwn of r ti'lt from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a fJ.do:
Mr. and Mrs. Harold t.l
: Crawford at donation; desserts, sandwiches and
l Hampton Lake with Rev. James ;'IN? ', d''' quiche extra.
Shaw of Tallahassee performing the Featured will be hand er'sfteItems l
: l;' nu Uala. gifts plants, white elephant)
F ar 4, V y r' The couple repeated their Vow ,', 1yy.f4 '' h Ajt ll h I f Items, books, Christmas gifts,homemade
t, r : ; before an arch decorated: with ( canned Jollies, jams pickles
greenery baby' breath. and two, and bakery goods.
white doves.
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Providing a program of nuptial ,
j 1 music were David Cooke,. organistand God't t!-t
1I : : Jody Wadsworth, guitarist Church of ;
., Ralph Barrett attended his 1, '
r Bazaar Nov. 1! !
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.' Glen Witt, Russell Chastain and
\ Greg Rogers. Starke Church of Goo ladies suxJ
Ease Johns attended as honor at- i Wary will hold a Christmas Bazatt
, : tendant. She wore a light dusty rose Saturday, Nov. 17 at the cbur'clt.at
, full length gown and carried a bou- ''G. 423 N. St Clair Street from 7:00 i.ml
I : quet of silk flowers ; y te2OOpm. :.1
+ kA Nancy Payne, Ada Giiffis and The bazaar will feature
t Renee Barrett were attendants. .homemade items, baked goods,
I ,-Ira They were gowned similar to the white elephant booth and firewood.
4a. honor attendant and carried a silk For firewood orders please''call
$'. flower bouquet. In Preparation of Bazaar... I64- 445 or 964-4778 ($35.00 for a pick
V N .. Valerie Hatch was flower load). At night call 9647414
; girl. Nancy Roberts,chairman of the Our Heritage Bazaar and Carolyn Eaves, up ., ot,:
Given in for orders.
964-8413
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marriage by her father'
M h4r" president of the United Methodist Women, anticipate: a large showing of
M ; r the bride wore a white lace and selected A chili: lunch will be served at the
Items made by the women of the church
organza gown with high neck, fitted ___.________.___u__ .L bazaar._. ., _,.. ;;
bodice and long sheer sleeves

that decorated terminated with sequins into a chapel and pearls train. Notice of Public Hearing .

She wore a long veil of illusion attached ,
to a headpiece and carried: a '
white bible topped with orchids.
h A reception was held at the Starke and Statement
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'rP Country that was
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?r ,a bride's colors of CDBGProjectj.
Proposed
.The tables were'covered ,;with
.. white linen cloths. The bride's table .
II was centered with'a three tiered,
Mr,and Mrs. W.K. Barrett column cake, balanced by' .Uver The of I
candelabra Cutting the cake were purpose of this Notice of Public Hearing and Statement Proposed

Lou Welsner and Hazel Sparkman, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Project is to:. .
aunt and great aunt of the bride. .
Did You Know........... Presiding at the punch tables were

, AtlMOUNCIMG Terri Witt, Amanda Hipp, Sharon citizens that the of Council will hold the ,1 I
1)) Notify
Mrs. W.C. Ward, Mrs. W.B. Mun- Norman, Gladys Ayers, Michelle City Hampton City
dy, Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mrs. Freddie Sapp and Tammy Winkler Rebecca second: of two public hearings to address the Cit/s participation: ,in,
Watterson and Mrs. Guy Sale attended Barrett kept the bride's boob :
; Alicia Colene Prescott the funeral of Mrs. Mark Following a wedding trip to .the., fiscal, Year 1984 Florida Small Cities CDBG Program, and. to "
Black of Jacksonville Beach last Alligator Point Beach the couple .Is "
Michael and Debt Prescott of Thursday, Mrs. Black will be residing at Southern Villa Starke. \>' \ "'
" Kingsley Lake announce the birth of remembered as the daughter of Mrs. The bride graduated from Brad- 2)) Publish a statement of the proposed CDBG project application: so, affected *- "-
Alicia born Sunday Lorena Dyal, former Starke resi ford High School and Is employed by ..,
a daughter, Colene -
Nov. 4, at Baptist Medical Florida Federal, Starke. .'.' citizens can examine and comment' on its' contents.f ., ,
Center, Jacksonville. dent.Mr. The groom graduated from Rolling "
Maternal grandparents are Doris and Mrs. Robert Green spent Green Academy chua,and is
and Maurice Overstreet of Keystone the weekend at Cedar Keys. employed by Ocala Fire Fighters. :. Notice is. hereby given that: !
Heights. Maternal great grand- ,( ,
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dyal W. Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Starke and ( < i
Baldree of Lake Geneva and Mr.and Mrs. Fred Thomson of Tallahassee Did You Know......,.... '
Mrs Larry DePew and the late M.B. spent last week in New Orleans. r 1)) The City plans to apply for $500,000 In CQBG funds to finance: its.

Overstreet, Sr. of Starke. / proposed Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG project. "" '
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins and Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of ," ,; :
Vaughn and Rachel Prescott of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early attended Jacksonville were weekend guests of ' ) luv1 .:

Kingsley grandparents Lake.are Paternal Sarah great and homecoming Church in Alachua at Springhlll on Sunday.Methodist Mr, and Mrs. Robbie Shaller.TO,' 2)) 'The CDBG activities to be undertaken ,are street Improvements, ;"'

Leonard Norman of Lawtey. Great Mrs James Otto of Seminole will' "woter''' improvements and land 'acquisition. l'--'V.1'--' :: ': f" .;",..r, '
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great grandmother is Mrs. ZetUe Mr. and Mrs Jack McComb of '- be weekend guest of her sister,Mrs. \I ;,.t ": 1, fcl-j
Starke and daughter. Mrs. Cecelia I ,.I .... ". ,' '
Padgett also of Lawtey. L.A.Canoa.: ,,.. t t11. .t :\ t bnsas'wtas>
r "." .' '" ". ". 1, '" ..,1.\ 'ri"*after Greer three of Braden week vhHtirith W"t be returned Vti CoM: .\.'..,..!'",,,.c,,,,:" ''l'>'''1.'-.>a'j{'.'.' ." ,,, *,t" <.r,t".sua.so. sw.'':r "y.,i,,,.,;I,;.,"Of'' ),.','.,,,,.ha,,sailnaiad'arriount:: .of' fundto"beseJ/ ", "" .,!1 0, tWb' !t'J"iP.\M
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Mrs. Jack McComb in
Joshua, Ryan JohnsonMr. Home, Idaho and with Mr Mountain and Mrt. Thomas L. Moran Jr.. \; n i,i l. moderate-Income persons is $$500,000 or one-hundred percent 1"

and Mrs. Jodie Johnson of Bert Newcomb in LosAltos, Calif. Reenlists In Air Force ((100% ) of the CDBG funds requested.. .' ..:, ',' I 1,

, Gainesville announce the birth of a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rink and Mrs. Senior Airman Thomas L. Moran,, "c
son, Joshua Ryan, born Oct. 30th in Jr/,son of Hazel J. Moran of Lawtey,
t Mildred Bellizzi "
spent Thursday to '
Alachua General Hospital. 4)) The Cit plan to minimize the :
s of result'of
\ Monday at the Florida,Keys. has reenlisted in the U.S. Air Force displacement persons asa '
Maternal grandparents are' Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke. Paternal Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons after status.being selected' for career'< planned CDBG activities is to develop;'a CDBG project which! ;: will?;'::

grandparents are Mr. and.Mrs. Assigned at MacDill Air force not the of the '
cause
Jodie Johnson, Jr. of Miami. of New Orleans and Mr. and Mrs. displacement persons, Cit/s proposed'Fiscal i I .
Base, Fla., Moran was approved for'
David Mendenhall and family Miss
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June Hardy and Ted Kendrick of reenastment by a board which considered :- 1984 CDBG project will not displace any, persons. I" ,l
Daniel Wayne Kinney Atlanta will spend the weekend with character and performance.A 1 ..
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. 1979 graduate of Crescent City ,/ .. ,$
Starke Daniel announce the birth of a son, Hard/and attend the UF/Georgia High ;:School, Airman Moran is an 5)) If for any reason persons are displaced as a result of CDBG-funded I
born
Wayne, Oct. 25 in St. :
avionics systems specialist with the
Vincent's Hospital. He Joins a game Saturday. 56th. Aircraft Generation Squadron, activities, the City will 'provide! assistance! to displaced persons, as ,
brother, Chris, age 4. Mr. and Mrs W.S. Peters of v: under 24 42'US'' '
Maternal grandfather Is Dick Kingsley Lake have returned from required: CFR ; Department of Housing( and Ur.ban; .
Thomas of Keystone Heights. Paternal Development's regulations that the Uniform Relocation'Assistance ,
t grandmother is Mrs. 10 days visit with relatives in Sterl- implement ;

(W Redgrave of Starke: Carolyn ing and Denver, Colo. k and Real Property Acquisitions Policies Act, of::1(970.V'i"a

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:. Michelle Renee Qulckiall Mr. and Mrs. Olin White had < '''
Sunday luncheon guests:. Mrs.as 6)) The City's second public hearing on its Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG. project -.' I

Arthur and Linda' Quicksall of Lillian Redfern, and Mr. and Mrs will be held
Brooker announce the birth of a Jim Redfern and daughter and Mr. on Tuesday, November 13, 1984 at,7:00: p'rru; .. J irV: 0

daughter,Michelle Renee Quicksall, and Mrs. Tony Hamilton and son of r the City Council, Meeting Room! ,located in the H mpton. City H. '.I, '
born Oct. 12 'in Alachua. General Tampa, Mrs. Avanell Johnson ''of -The Hartford : \
Hospital. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ;
Maternal grandparents are Mr. White and family,of Orlando, Mr. ,,loves' mature _. l 7)) All interested '' additional
and Mrs. Dick Tetstone of Brooker. and Mrs. Clinton Barton of Silver, persons': needing') Informatlor: vvishing't4'( '", r;

Paternal grandparents are Mr. Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ebling drivers. Weguar.mtee submit comments on the proposed CDBG' project prior ,to'the'publi', ;t
I and Mrs. Frank Quicksall of Starke. of Kinglsey Lake.and Mr. and Mrs. it. ., "
Larry White and Mr and Mrs.'Dan hearing may contact Lola Williamson! City clerk' at the. .Hampto :r'
I ... . Cosby"of Starke .
; The luncheon'
Hall
J followed the christening of Hilary If you're a driver age 'i', ,- City P.O., Box 250. ,Hampton; F.L .32044: ,'or:, telephone; ((9041) :'. ,;

, St. Edward' Nws.... Erin. White, daughter of Mr. and ;50 or older,The Hartford 1 4681201.) ':,( '
C.Y.O. Activities Mrs. Michael White of Pickens.S.C.at can guarantee that f ''t ',. fI
the 11 a.m. service at First ,
the your auto insurance t
The St. Edward's Christian Youth
I. Organization is collecting fixable or United Methodist Church. won't be canceled just l\ j, ... 8)) The purpo eof this ,second public:, h hearing' is to,obtain, ( the views

J usable toys to be distributed to i I because you have an Jaccident. 'I, ': and Input'of citizens on the Cit final 1 Fiscal ;.
t, needy families In the community at ; .What's more, 4 /s } Year ,.1984'CDBO, ap- '
l Christmas flute STARKECHURCH !: your insurance won't ; : plication prior to 'submission to the; Florida Department of'ComX *"'
f On Nov.. 25, the C.Y.O, will begin OF GOD be canceled because. 't '
Affairs. 1 l- : '
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their Christmas card sale and plan '
422 N. St Cbrir. W4-5449' of your age or any i -/ ]. ,, ,
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: to give away a Christmas turkey on I ;claims file.Plus, 'J -: ," :': '' ." ''' '' ,
a Dec. 16.This Waller F. Mont, Pastor you :5 ) w w k: v,1'i ;, =:i .; : ,
i organization is also giving We Invite you to worship with! us. taunts we offer for generous mature dis- ; f. A Summary/Statement. pi'the proposed "Fiscal 'Year' 119' CDBG'protect'n ;; i. F'l: .rplication m
y canned and foods to the ATTEHOeO l' "
goods staple
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HUBSERY .. ,
t needy in the communitY,: r I Sunday SckMl. .,.>.'. .,w. ....;.,. 10 .... ;drivers with good Is as follows: 1" ,").r;;, ,.;, : ,i,"';j i' '- .'": ." ':' '-"
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Bazaar Prize Winners EvMfng twvte .', .,. :.', ,-. I ..... a mature*/ I ', ,' "; \ ; ." !f,1

" ward's Those Parish winning bazaar prizes held at the on St.Nov.Ed-2 WMhwfdty mats ..". .. .... .''7M ..... ,:ity dr""'protection er and want, I The' CU(s CDBG project is a i neighborhood! .and! commercial!,! revfal4aoNod'prat. ...

j were:' $100 cash, Wade Howell of rates and qual'l"U ',In,'th.?'. .\"

J horse Lake ,Butler Teresa;Jones handcrafted of Jacksonville rocking; United Apostolic Pentecostal Truth Church I juice lewable coverage auto : ', Yeai984;' target area ,which, i is located in the eastern section of the; CHy.i .\TFiellproject ( ,

., turkeys were won by Michael DaziiH' .' N.I.,2nd St.I.Cl'll'fev. FloridaMT auto insurance from ;i ( area is generally .bounded orKtHeJriorth;: by rJavarre'Avenue, on"thdt
ski of and Robert Fowlerof
'\ Starke.Hampton The matching' pillows Sunday r. Morning IMHMI W..lrl..i.ht. ;..7a7. ._'10 AM'' The j Hartford.Call!our ". ,, :',sbyth': by\the i'Intersection'of an nnamecf stre ,and.SR 325,-,which is approx-

were Gratitude won by is Una expressed Nolan of to Starke.all who : .Sunday IvmtnaWonhlp worship r .- > .-TiSO 4HSOWMThurxtoy PM agency today'Don't make) a de.gstonottautomoblIe. jfs I :I imatelyl,200! ; J linear feet south,, of the,railroad! tracts:' : on the'wi:: f by,Florida :;

I I, helped to make this annual bazaar; 'I ACT fr.. Horn SlM*SALAVATtON..... Slv ly, ; {' ,t, Ayenye/.and: :. on '1 the' eaet by Prospect.;Street and.Slit.Mffi.j:' : public::'facilrty .t improvements ; j'
successful and enjoyable. .Insurance;without a' '
Com tttorahlp With U* "qupy frnyri iij J : ,will include: street |mprdvemerrt(,:;;yoter"improvemenssr'arci" i

,land acquisition. The total.'project; cost t',is est rnCmitd at
llODClS ,$500,000 and
FISH-BIOS .- ; .approxr, ;
DCER HEAD.T II. $.. '
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UfetfcM iuarmUM".on'Al Mounts the ..project cost will I" ,
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F f! $enlor Citizens Steven SPEU: left last week for a' for week, Oct. 22 to 6, weal/: :j.. *Mday. N.v, l>: Macaroni *.ChMMt (ptewlmm ......., Ii: cud.u ldnnt,.cMkapa ague. ,
,, Luncheon... Navy assignment in Okinawa. He Krlstopher Hinson, Melissa Kyle, 'Students SAntA Secret Shop ,Mndwlcfl BTMii baaia. brownia, fruit cup, pIIIIr halvaa, dnnamiw......mil, 'I
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Citizens Club met on County Tuesday Senior Nov. time. Lee Randy Rhoden. Aimee Hodges to select their own Christmas gifts Niacbaa 1>*n4 ,, .N.'-ntI'OII.Mi Chill ml craekr* larder Mlad, .......aalwl. fryM.. orlp, hut rullk y min. ';I

a.*at the home of Henry Easterling. and Allison Archey. 'again this year. The attractive mer- .........",Nee. l.i Chlcfcan a MM. than Mix, AIACAnTf'f
Among local residents Hampton Elem. School For the week Oct. 29 to Nov.: '2,, : available at the room ad. lurflkp era***,appl.sae.aecndw, as milk.
covered dish luncheon enjoying were Mrs.the. News Super P.E. Students were: Randeo joining the cafeteria Is priced In the plckJa Tknmtey., franc.-MM.ual ,Hamawar fntil toppml On cake 61m milk.rrMay Mine. mllkiilwkw.M.ae.yPIuI. h' ihurii! .'r., fris,4 Tin, ,i .9:

Evelyn Vaughn, Mrs. Betty Successful! Carnival Varnum, Stacey ''McGregor range of 10 cents to 1000. N Watkins Rudy DeWaters and The annual school carnival held Christina Broome; Frank Koser .Hours to shop are from 8:30 Until ,cabbaga itav,appl crisp hot nil,milk ...i ,' ,. ,! ;,
William .:./khn Oct. 27 ,was termed very successful Angelina Crews; David;, Feezell, 1/ noon on school days from Monday Bradford County High School w...... .II.a.\I'II.Oi.. i \ ;. frpnclt" .ii'Sa". F' \!
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and enjoyable.Profits Tommy Condone and Pam llhoden. .NoV. 12, through Tuesday, Nov.
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Birthdays celebrated... from this project were School Safety Patrol 20 Everyone Is Invited to do theirearly .....,. NM. Iti Salisbury flak nuuhadpeutoM e r...... I I "I f",
Mrs. Mabel Nessmlth enjoyed her figured to be approximately $f 000. The School Safety Patrol organil* Christmas shopping here. mill milk.*,grimy> graan ...... ky Ui i.pta, ho : rcfleh fRl14'! 1.;

birthday on Nov. 4, by dining at the ,according' to Chairmen DebbieBroome ed this year under .the direction of... More workers are needed to assiststudents :in May. NM, ft QOcktn 1< Western Steer Steakhouse in Starke., and Sallye Scoggjns. Coach Keith Tetstone has named the .'' with purchase! Volunteers ,, salad bar or they,may pwvhiikln* n.?r.' "'.vx' J'I
with Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr. They wish to thank everyone who following to serve in the second ,. ";may contact PTA Shop"Chalrman' ;
and.Mrs. Richard Rogers; friends. _assisted In anyway to make this, a ;troop,,: Misty ,Koehler, Rhonell. ,Sallye.' Scoggina at, 468-1549. I 'I' ',... '.". .. 1 J' j'y 1
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calls from her out<< .. t "I.' ,
and grandchildren in celebration of n ',
her Noy.S birthday.She and William .
Lahn enjoyed lunch at Morrison's. in i. 'j : :, ;
Gainesville also. t XT &T Your Eck rd Drug Store honors Opportunity '

"her birthdays.. Checks: from AT&T. Now you can ute. "I
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.hNov'. 1, Stacey,.McGregor; Nov. 2, p checks on sorrm of your favorite m fchan-: I
Deals Williams Nov. 3, Andy Red- iPJpRTUNITYCALLING': '
, : diM at Eckerd. Tako this opportunity to
: ding;and Maggie Holloway; .Nov.4, 1
, Johnathon' Woodard and Medford saw and use your Opportunity( Checks

Connelly; Nov. 6, Sarah Underwood,. at Ectord. 1
Gerald Brown.Billy Jordan, Shlan
Roberts and Christina Meng Nov.
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j |Church Grace Activities... __ \I\ It's easy to 'save time by TWtM n..MCX.. '. SCH CKor COT!UPSTICRFACTOR.. i ." ,1"

| United Methodist Church phoning ahead for refills DtSP SA ORS COSMSTICSCOOO .
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|Ti Dinner Personals.on Saturday. Nov. 17 Our prescription number label.Is on your Medicated. not 250/ OFF 20 i'OFI

Included REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE
'j' 6 Mr. and' Mrs Oscar(Vanzant''of .
While quantities last I
last
I Limit 2 please While quantities .
Callahan stopped ,by for, a, few, :
fnlnutes with their sister Mrs;: Ona ,
#, ,Hardee..while on their way to see the
t doctor in Gainesville. .Mrs. Hardee!

fcent with them. -. . .-. . .., \
ijj Mr, ,and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,,Jr.,. ,r flll, :, :
t were Saturday supper guest of their .. .
'J. fnOther Mrs. O.J. Boyette Sr. of : = :

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tie. and Mrs. Harold Eunice ':.;. '--"
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' night andMrs. Linnie Harris. ofUaxvUle prNO'A o ,irr),!llti, .i(rl 1 111 I i\. '" r '
on Wednesday. .
a Mr. Norris Gay had 'a cataract k
moved Saturday from his left eye fit "
:' n Sir Vlncenta Hospital, Jacksonville REVLON HDR
wl 1 '' He was able to come home the SHAMPOO CAFFEINE COKE.
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\',: $iame day. Our prayers are with L'ECCS COLGATE CONDITIONER FREE ;,
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klfll TOOTHPASTE HEFTY STEEL-SAX WISK
PANYHOSE COKE Of SPRITE
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited Y
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heir son and daughter-in-law Mr; %OFF,
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I nd ast weekend.Mrs. John Lee in Palm Harbor' p 2O PRICE REGULAR 9 +, I 1'w 2 ao oAkkon 9, eaar Itee,9 N '
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other Mrs.Fred Moore Sr.
" Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan atended -
,! the Retiring Dinner at the /51

;' Community Center on Saturday at t041fA SHOPANYONE'S .__...
-ike Butler
Reggie Norman visited., hisirents 't: "

Mr, and Mrs.'Truman Nor. r oM. :. AD ATECKERD COIOrm
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v, i Mrs. Inez Crosby,of Starke visited j : i : : : :; h

, Mrs. Rossie' Reddish on1 Sunday \-:-' : : I .we meet all locally \ .

r Jeff moon.McClellan. DeWitt and Brett / eoralspAClt, ?,., HYPO-ALLERCENIC BAN SECRET 1.ALMAY II advertised prices ABRA-CURL-DABRA :. 9 'r:

,Revels were Sunday dinner guests of DRY IDEA Of SOFT & I on (Identical CURLING .IRON. /

,.. their Grandparents: .Mr,, .and.Mrs. FOAM. DRI ROLL-ON; BIC'SUPER'. 0 merchandise.. ...., ....12.n KODAK VR 100 !
;Les McClellan: r
j Carla and Erica Sherrlng.;( of HAIR' ROLLERS SAVER PENS Bring In current 7:99 sale Price COLOR PRINT flLM

acksonvile,, spent the long 29 iiulif 40.: '139U-oZ.t C PACK Of 10' ads & see. -7.OO Mail-In Rebate 99 c. tss .\
.Weekend'with their Great Grandmother -' 1 Excluding tobacco t se 9xrOSUat 9
Mrs. B.L Wilkinson Sr. While quantities last' .. liquor Items. 996 Your Flful con

i Mr. and Mrs., Donald E.'..Wilklsonwr. 1ff / 'f 'b' y, z' Z / .. .. '" .. .. ,

., of Jacksonville, were SundayKSupper 4 Wff. J IJ h .,-/h "" 'th"/ .. .. ,. j
guests of their Parents Mr. rf
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Grandson Robby.. Slnitrtab 'Iut.,,iih. L 0k : Rf
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.Military Group from Patrick A.F.B. TABLETS CAPSULES FLAVORS : FADE ,; ....' ....1." T.YPln..p"1' ,
Beach. MCK or>4 .f .. .,''''' ANSCO' MR-25,
Cocoa They attended foot-
baD game In Gainesville. a .299 Limit;,? please 539 429.-oa. ... 1 09 ':.;:... ,.; 100.UGHTWAY FLASHER DISC CAMERA
MINI LICHT SET
4 i Mr; Ralph Futch attended.Homecoming Wltll AUTOMATIC FLASH
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'Church in Starke on'Sunday.,;" ,.. .' '." 1999.'U"
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Shuford Is patient in St. Vincents { MEDICATED GWf.ROAST':; C.f. :
gllosptlal, Jacksonville, as of Saturday SHAPE COVER CIRL .. DRY ROASTED I NIGHTLIGHT ',,It ', .', ,
t Our prayers fire with him., CREAM EYE 4kmuemt .' >.' :!\
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A im IJ'aduate'of Bradford High.,. f CALCIUM, .'Apricot' M .. r ', CHEROOT, ....4... "
I iSchooL and a 1984 graduate of,New SO1 SOOMO. t .Scrub 20-02. THE RAGGEDY PATCH a ; CIGARS'\ Battery back-up system.
Yak Regente, New' York: City, NYI ,- 97 y each Cleanser;; '_a KIDS"'AIM FRMHINIR. > S HACKS OP S19O2. 1._ III .... ". ., .., r
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t ?beoliwd the to November JflflB.,' ;. ...- .. 97e' i +
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previously assigned at Fort Bean-, Limit' 2.please' I. r ,: 'VI1(. 2599.450 Four showerheads in 1. Safety rip, :I
log Ga. Soe .: .4 Davis"Is"a '1963' "". v' 11 v4<;,, .. ?asy) installation.. .'. Over switch' .j
graduate ofj tadford.High I School. .
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Bradford grldders exploded In the But, 163-pound Tornado tackle BHS was forced to punt on what actually Cross for no gain as he tried to roll BHS the flats. MCLeI caught yards. .
fourth quarter for a 16-10 victory Chris Dougherty stopped Roberts was third down, but which officials :lout to p.... On fourth down passes of 4 and 31 yards. Diggs "
over Class 3A Lake Weir High In a for a two yard gain, to the BHS 4, on called fourth down.Apparent* > linebacker Craig Falstreaux got caught passes of t, lZ, and 38 yardson Long'. Lightning... I
tough road game Friday night, Oct. first down. On second down Robertawas Iy the down marker. was changed 'through the LW line to throw the drive.Francis Pushed back 9 yards In throe 1'
2. hit at the line of scrimmage by after a 5-yard offsides penalty :', fullback Roberta for a yard loss. plays, Including a ffce"yard sack of "
It was a tough, physical football BHS linebacker Michael Early who against Lake Weir and officiate fall-' Intercepts... LW quarterback' Thadd Cross,, the :,."
game In which the home town Hurricanes Immediately got help from several ed to notice. Aborting BUS Drive... A bomb surprise pass by Lake Hurricane punted.
led 2-0 until the fourth period Tornado defenders From its 16, BHS moved 72 yardsIn Weir trying to get out of Its deep Tony Diggs took in the bouncing
when a 48-yard John David Francis On third down, Robert got LW's S caught the BHS 12 plays to inside the Lake Weir 12 hole in a hurry, Intercepted by football at the BHS 41, and twisted ,
punt backed Lake Weir up to Its 14. another 1.&yards but was hit hard at punt, was tacked after a short yard line safety John David Francis on the and turned his way back 7 yards to
Two plays later Tony Dlggs intercepted the line of scrimmage by a host of return by Mike Early,but Lake Weir At that point running back Frank next down, putting BUS,, back In ,
a pass at the Hurricane 30 Tornadoes. On fourth down Hurricane was back In business on the BUS 40., Long dropped the football as he attempted business on Its 41 yard line. Allyof a sudden running back'''
and returned It 18 yards to the Lake quarterback Thadd Cross A pass intothe endzone was too to swing around left end. In nine plays,BUS was at the Lake Frank Long came zipping round left ,
Weir 11. Two plays later, running tried to sneak over right tackle but long, but Hurricane fullback Henry Long attempted to pick the crazily Weir 29 where the drive stalled anda end with good blocking keeping most,' .
back Frank Long scored from eight tackle Chris Cribbs and linebackers Roberts got one first down on an 18 bouncing football Instead of falling JDF field goal was partially block. LW defenders hemmed in the middle ;11+
yards out for a Z-2 BUS advantagewith Early and Cral Falstreaux met him yard run before safety John David on it, and some Lake Weir players ed by a Lake Weir player who (ot a of the field.Long slipped by one Hur- .
10:52: remaining In the game. head-on. Cross a head appeared to Francis pushed him out of bounds. Jumped on it. hand on It ricane tackier then used his,speed' .
Dlggs intercepted a second: Hurricane i go across the goal but the footballwas BHS linebacker Mike Early stopped QB John David Francis moved the back Clinton Jenkins ran to turn the corner,and was gone on a
pass, setting up a 23-yard a foot away. fullback Roberts after games of 5 football mostly with passes Into the for 9 yards, and Frank Long for 8 92-yard touchdown run.Diggs didn't
John David Francis field goal which and 2.5 yards On third down Early, flats to wideouta Todd McLeod and and 9 yards, QB Francis completeda spot the extra point snap but passed, ; .
made it 10-2 midway through the BUS Loses Down... Billy Jackson and Donald Thornton Tony Diggs. Lake Weir was lining up 10 yard to tight end Mike incomplete: Into the. endzone. But
final quarter. Driving out from the one-foot liner chased down LW quarterback Thadd; !eight men on the line, but Riving Chapped plus BUS netted 10 penalty BHS was up 16-2 with 3:28 left ,',
With 3:28: left, Bradford iced the

win with a veer-type option play on An Exclusive On Beautiful
which Frank Long used his speed Presenting Offer ;: ;
around left end for a 52-yard s rPI',

touchdown Lake Weir run.scored on a 35-yard ..' Ascot Fine Porcelain China ,, ; ?\"," ,,
pass with 1:41: remaining when Tornado '
pass coverage got: mixed up. 3-PIECE PLACE SETTING '" I',I:

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three,alsea In the Lake Weir game, US.OXORAOCA J}yrs.1'1'1.::,: ,/ ,1.i < stlff VjfrW .NI''" Bon&ess lawry Salt .'.. .fc. 4 1 ;' ,;, i I ,* 1 :19...., .i ..' '
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first period but pulled off a tough-as- Frying Chicken . AY4PKIl' .u.79 Tetley Tea Bags . .OOUNf.1.79",- > <. '-
nails goal line stand In which a big, CUMBERLAND GAP POLISH OR Boneless SAVE 40' PER LB .. :. Ii 'h"l.lIt: /; .
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couldn't make It. TENDER TASTY I"ROZEN: FRYING $159 Betty Crocker.. ." ,1:: .114t! 'r
Thou very, early in the game, Chicken Gizzards Le2"as. i iTYSONS u.60 Turkey Ham ;" ',l,. .4dt'r.FS stand was probably the FRIEDChicken -, "f ;!>\:....../:. (11
turning point, Head. Coach David Chunks. PKG.2.49 Stuffing r 'bt-n .
Hurse feels.Mistakes. HILTON BRAND'Steamer HICKORY SMOKED SAVE 4t> PER LB CHICKEN>CORNBREAD OR HERB '. I ::1r'11? '.. >

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In the second period a 72-yard Tornado cub sneaks JLBS La2.6g, Marke4Style; SAVE r 'CI .. '!' ,.1" q .
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drive a 35-yard field goal missed. ,. ;" ')' '. ":;'.lI', '\ .
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Interception of a Bradford pass on I .11 '".. i {!" ,
the second play of the game put DIET DELIOH1'1' ; (

Lake Weir in business for its time- AppleSauce . . 3eoz 1:00 h1't! ,'dw..fr,4 .,,\
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consuming first period drive, and PANTRY PRIDE FRESH. PURE SAVE' 70* PER LB >\,.. ". )'n", i l
the BHS goal line stand. STEERO BEEF OR CHICKEN ? 'I? srrPref', ... -J,
BHS dropped' the football four; \ 2S ""8./J'' .,, "\\11'\ "
Bouillon. Pubes ."It. ..COUNT" .'. .. '
times and lost it once, missed a field Ground ; ; ,H X, 4I8ozaDrAaHIoI 'r t: ,\
goal, and simply'could not get into : MEDkJMA t.1 ,r"'I.t! :; Irrr.h, ,,
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play. ?" vIFVa"I .rr + I Mueiters,Kgg Noodles 211.00"' II' '. ,

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,;';' Lake Weir dominated the first and Uverwurst i A" >It. ;/POUND ..89 .,,. .f PANTR'pRib !' :' ; I'.I,c, ,I.+o+iHlelt +
most of the third periods of play. 'IMPORTED 8UCCOPicnic : ;1' ; !" JHALKGAL.CTN" :" .. : ,,1 < :((1 :< ';
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second period, though to get OUR FAMOUS- ..,. GOLD N' PURE d j. .p ih' ,I
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4r score.It didn't, rain but the night' was,, Baked'" s tit f :. 4 PovNo ONE '. a99'', OraJI e, Bread't I hh+ut, Yi( ,

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and difficult to hold. Ber-B-Q_Chicken. .,.* ,v.,. 2.79. jY.. \ 't.
.' Lake Weir was a big,strong team, .FRESH BAKED \ I. '- iI9I" tj"f.( r

as BHS coaches said. ,The 'Hurricanes .White Bread./' 1"f .!;.," 89 ; .3' 'I'J"1' ". ..i 1arr.; : "fr'4 I
but r' v." I. '\' "t : 2002 I ,
two-platooned the Toran- .L 1Q3P1 ; >d- 'G 1\1>.
r" does hung in very well with the use 'Otazed'oenute. / ,'0 I t \ "I :y"Juth ; ', LOAVES or '>!" 'v.V ,
of more players and frequent (", .'r.7.; ; )
changes on the line that Coach Mike FRESH\ MAOC '" '"X 'r' "' $ h'.>iI." ,',I 'Ir/:,'"

Sexton has worked- out Blueberry Muffin ." .911.39 1"49'Franlls' '.. .- .. ''I-'' -, i ..!'> j'i, :"!
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Linebacker,Greg Boger ..,intercepted Choose. .Cake, A. ,.,. ..- A'. >. 12.a99 KAHWS CHUNK' ... Set Your 'Table with ..j :' :?W
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returning the football yards to the FRESH; BAKED ,v.. Nor' '
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line. Roberts; and fullback Henry r .. fr
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heavily favored to win over the There are some good athletes on quaktlrback'? the Or .rJnll'. 1 quarterback the vwy%weft. In rr _W ,I' ba iii 4o Oaltegan, no. 64. 'lStIn\ other
Hawthorne Hornets who are coming the Hawthorne team The Hornets game,,and plays defensive ,",,,1.' ning Y'00 of the starting Job at the ha"e aright ha ;w''II words, the Hornets have good able,
to Bradford Field tomorrow night could explode leanom HU tha first beside, tho fullback ,:r .
against e
somebody. Fortunately,;Frank Long an alsdr. ""' e in ,
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BHS has
(Friday, Nov. 9)) at ,
8 p.m. for a Coach Hurse hopes that explosion Ffbad The Hornet defend ttunta all the
District 8 Class 2A battle won't come against the Tornadoes.<< ..-..,.,, },.-. 'V.H:' :, :;;, / .'v.j./.' I:, tact two It's.capable luxury, quarterbacks. In ,Fibrnetdetensds4( ,with ,':'rl.an tlm*.lining up tight to the line.That

Everybody plays well against Game Facts... ',! '',?*,Running back Gerald Brown has spilt front live linebackers, and twocornerbacks. mean there wilt be a hard rash on
The Hornets... .
Bradford, however the head Tornado returned from the Tornado offense! and QB Long
Hawthorne is 1-6 coming into Fri! points out. Bradford, seems to OQIH lima' S p.m. IntheLakaWelrgame.an Injury, and played Hornet quarterback Sam Town will have to Ret his passes off quickly
day night's game here. bring out the best In every/ tody! .. Brown lead, no. W, a impound icnKMr, aDd BItS runners will look flood ,
Only Hornet win this season was Hurse maintains.\ Game sites, ;,.$radloidHilbatlodlue,. ,', : .. *.[r.Stark. :?,:tony" ;| can play a comcrback fend. throws left handed. .-. when they find a scam in the urn- .,
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over Interlachen, 9-0, an Intense DI'Scar at tight end sting Hornet players or Will look bad
; quarterback the
rivalry. Francis Limited: r '. \ be left Doug Story, no. J, a, impound at times when they get nailed In the ,
.. will to '
Lake Butler beat Hawthorne 29-6 '$ Jenkins
for terlachen its only beat win of the season. In Francis Starting will quarterback be limited to,John kicking David duty Hawthorne High 1Srl -*. from Brown, who can with also play help. ways Meet,-offense of the Hornet players go both blockers fall to pick up.
Hawthorne 62-6 last there. and defense Two-way
season, as 60-point turn-a-round ,final this week, and possibly for the *. HUtoryi 1.0-0, INS ,i tackles are Eddie Thompson;,.0. '1t.. Ten Hornet players will be lined
of
game the season against Bradford won 27.0 last roar In the riyatrn..eba .", Hornet Formations.... 22i2, and Shawn Freeman no. 7$, up close to the line scrimmage,
BUS Problem... Jasper next week. of Iho two'..m..ftr IHS was '', 2213: ; guard-linebacker Kenny the county did J.D,
Head Coach David Hurse has the Francis has a slightly torn musclein ,rcla..KI.d 2A.John David Prancli miss..',' Hawthorne High runs from anmucb Reaves no. S2,200-9; running back- ,def: eatingBIama'rsHSBaker
his Pro-I
left calf. It shouldn't bother or
strong
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Job this week of keeping the Tornado him to kick but Coach Hurse says only l>fovorod t. win this gam. like the Tornadoes: 192.J2. fuUback-llnebackef Bryant no. JL

players from taking Hawthorne too rest will mend the muscle. '.n Instead of a wldeout,. however, Rutiedge. no. 77, >9


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1 AUNT JEMIMA FRESH ;\SAV 20' PER LB' FRESH SAVE 10' PER; LB night '(Friday Nov. 9) will be
,the final Dist.' ,,8 clash for the Tornado .,
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Franks Sodas . :. .u:= .69 : 'Sweet Fresh> : (; of KHS the,and threedistrict Clay; ,continue leader to win,BUS their 'j

2,9 Lemons 89 'district earner Clay must still play r .
Potatoes FQR Lake Butler* this c week,.and In I
LB V terlachen in its final week.:
Comstock'"I ,. .' If Clay loses one of the two final'' :
games, the Blue Devils would be 3-2
: w. FAQ SAVE2D'PER ti' SAVe;40"' in the district and out of the race. In '
Pie Filling: w GOLDEN i FRESH PINTDelicious that case,and if KHS and BHS were
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; district,champs! because! of its 21.7
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21-OZ 30- $. 139" At wr UuhlNG Apples ;: Tom loeS.6: g ;regular After season losing to game.Clay',.''BHS. had to

hope KITS would beat Clay which
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\. 'KHS beats:Interlachen. Should KHS''., '
NABlSOdl lone to Interlachen. ; and if Clay wins
Premium SaltInes .. .' ,. .,,. 1&OZ 1.09 Its'' two district games; with Lake
':. .. I,," 'HEALTH''BEAUTY' : Butler and Interlachen;: Clay would
,.,'. NABISCO ,.":. FROZEN AIDS repeat as district champion because
Chips Ahoy ,. '". .. \.. ."" .. 1 1 .89 .both Clay and BHS would be 4-1 in .
I .. 1 ," ; ', 1frOZ BAG FROZEN' Cricket 'the district but Clay has beaten BHS :
I NABISCO Green GiantVegetables 2199 '37-22,. and' the, Indiana and BHS i
4':' Chewy Chips Ahoy V,\- ;t :: ., 1.89 I. .DISPOSABLE V would be out of It. '

.. ,' '. .". ACXXJ J CiiWFL ; 9. 9 I.I Lighter The expected scenario;,however
.ARM*HAMMER Deodolizer 'LE.SUEURPEAS OH WHITE CORN., ) la for -.Clay to, win over both In-
; Carpet ,>: ':'oIif'<(/ '. 1.19 '. SOFT, MED.OR HARDPepsodent I terlachen and Lake Butler, and for
"' \ '. : 160% : KHS to beat Interlachen tomorrow.
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'I .fcreen Gteiii ESl ,and for all teams to be 41.
$ night
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Ii ,Mix' ... '160Z FROZEN .. REG; .&<>z OR, GEJ.\ Asoz, the title by virtue of the play of other' .

Gsri ) ,Colgate' .$ 29'Dimension i,'teams.' cia' tie ,' will' be.left,
: ': VS 19' In case S-way ,it
PUMP J' to a'vo1eiof the of ,the
$1' ; principals
VeQetableSMEJY :
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3" /$1 ,FANFARE.SUPREME OH BOUNTY '
I', !;;!f f,1:\; "-\"; i J ,, ., tie off;and what method to use.

.'it';'v'f ,'" .k'C'; ,.'. ',. ..71.r1":1" 12-OZ FROZEN'SmJtiis 11-OZ '. schools The site, Involved-could bo any The of the largest three

.\ ": .,..J.. ,.'','. .. . ., ... .. I I'i :Green J Giant' ,$ $, : seating' consideration capacity would(Coach be an Important David. I,
r FAMILY PACK 'I-g .. ;
:: TWINE & :BEER_ 'Cob V Shampoo )99 Hurst has been told by Fred Roselle,
'i:. l Com : commissioner of, the Florida High;
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".; 14, \'!'. 1.5 tfl'ER, r' ., ",90 CT.: < The', district;-champion could be'
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,Hawthorne; ''ptel,Lady, 'Tornadoes
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MOVING SAIL 0000 SELECTION* U.- GARAGE SALE4mlle 'pail Highway COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Stark. WE BUY 11 and 2nd Existing Morgloa.es *Travel Agy..
.d rid. and walk-behind lawnmower: Patrol Station going North on Hwy Truck Stop couth of Stork. 964-8212. and alto originate home .qulty loan Te Open. Dec ibq

chain saws! many other bargain 301 3-plece dinette, couch 2 rocker 11/24 tfn \, )p""J{ : Call Liz Langley at,964.5010.0/09 tfnBY N.Temple AYe.Subscribe. ,
Stark. Pow.r Equipment, 322 S. and lot of flea market Item. Thursday MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Window ft OWNER Quiet close convenient. !J.iJr

Walnut St.. Stark 964-8968. 10/25 thru Sunday. Itpd 11/01 door, plumbing and ...c: supplies; Spacious 4 BR 2 BA. Lot*'of storage. erWiU
4tchg: 11/15 FRIDAY 9 Tli f T: N. 301 at doublewlde alto, furniture BARGAIN CENTER 1. Chalnllnk carport workshop, pecan. '
FRIDAY A SATURDAYS 93. Nw < used behind Thompson' Garage. Toy, mile South of Starke. 3/01 tin 1.96 acre Good gardening. Down

tool, furnishing, sporting good, tool, clothe., dishes, camping stove GUN SPECIAL Rugs Mlnl-14, 223 wI..- payment assumable mortgage IIn I'
housewares I cloth*. 315 N. Clark St. and much more. Itpd 11/01 trai, $325, .380 Automatic Amt. 2 clip 964.3610.6/30 tfn

10/25.fn GIANT SALE Restaurant equipment furniture In ca., $169; Ingram Mae 10 43 eo|. ON LARGE CITY LOT*4 BR horn, fonced. PHONE 964.777620S'
FOUR FAMUIISi Children cloth*, tt. mower tiller, tools, door, ACP carbine rifle w/4 clip and pouch Large living room and dining room kitchen Starke: CECEUA
0.6 X; baby furniture; toy: pcan. mortar box 2650 watt alternator $375; Ruger ,44 col. carb, $140; Smith hot lot of cabinet pace and pan- Call Monte ERWILUCAR N. Temple, Starke I
much Tak SR 100 (toward lake Item. Frl., Sal. A Sun. 2
moray many more and Wesson SSI 12 gauge pump try. Newly painted, papered and SPECIAL
Butler) turn right on Wtmorland. mile N. of Starke, 301 A Morgan Rd. shotgun $250. 483-1341. Itchg 11/08 carpeted. Central heat large shade 964-6305 Absolutely great maintenance free horn
Follow.lgn.. Itpd 11/08 Itpd 11/01 PECANSi We buy sell or crack any tree with utility building. Need an
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Tool, baby In County Convenient tai town fruit
amount. Open 6 day a week. Wain. owner and some TIC No owner finance
thing, cloth.., mlic. 5 miles south on FOR SALE wright Pecan, Starke Farmer's ing. $31,500. Firm. Serious Inquirer on 'USED DWOn trees, oak trees. "'Ii yrs.. old. Excellent

301 Itchg to 1100SATURDAYS SE 25th Strt watch for *lgn*. Market, Highway 301 North. 10/25 ly. Call .....y. 372.7734 or 4623998. wooded lot with Imp. buy.at $58,500. '

4tchg 11/15 0/254tchg 11/13 ''All for .. ....
$1tOO
Aluminum. Down $372
PLATES ,
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NEWSPAPER -) *
Cane ) If roln. Half-mil
STEREO FOR SALE Excellent condition. LAKE BUTLER CBS HOME 3 BR. 1% BA.
poll city limit on fait 16 lot 'of Measures 24x36". 25 cent each. Great (Belongs to son) Dr. .R.E. Dopson. Vinyl the floor. CH, utility room, per me. for only 10 year*. TWO NICE HOMES Available For lease.

children cloth*, pecan.. ? a.m. ill f? for patching and repair. TELEGRAPH 9648018. $18Q. Itpd II/OS -'. garage, 1404 .q. ft. on 'Vt-ocre (wood Call -SECLUDED, CHARMING, 2-story, S BR 3'/" BA.
Itch 1108LOOKING 133 W. Call St. 964 6303. FROZEN FOOD CASE,Coke box, live bolt and creekon East side). Concrete 473-2669 CH/A. Sep. office In city II", Fish pond.on 7 Ac. See
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FOR BARGAINS Janice.. USED ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, Good con tub with screens and n.t. Call driveway on paved street near school. to believe. I SP Now $19,900.:"'
Fay. and Bth hove thm. Drl .wd/ry / dition. $125. OFFICE SHOP, 110 W. Call 964.7499.v.s. Itchg 11/08 :.;,,: 3 bike, oN SR 121 Lake Butler. NO DOWN $3B,500i Will buy thl. 3 BR. 1'4 BA w/CH/A. In

col.. Furniture, antiques, old lawn St. 964-3764. 25 FT. TRAIlERi 1 BR: full bath. A/C. Carpenter/painter may earn up to' PAYMENTNew country. Fireplace deck, A patio. I Ac. Circle drive,
HomeInt.rlorl. TWO WELL USED METAL DISKS $30 ea. 14x70. 3. BR/2 BA
mowr. cloth $1600, firm. Call house and
pumpkins 964-7499. eve*. Itchg $6,000 repairing the use t,....
while On. 4-department cosh for Mobil. Home.
etc. Free register 219.97
11/08 the $6.000 as a down payment. Sale .
10 ACRES FENCED S M mile south of Stark
they loit. 4V 11 miles on Hwy 16 (Ralford ale, $223. THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. 17 PT., TRAILBLAZER TRAVEL TRAILERi, price. 31000. Cash down payment, per mo. with approved fin. avail. .
$19.900. Owner
Rd. 3 Salon Sat. Nov. Call St. 9645764. credit Call Mr.
) Pays. Beauty 2.30 Ib. go. bottles, electric%water 1600. By owner 1-753-4149 or Bradley
10. 93.,Rain or thine. Itchg 11/08 PIANO Old but good. Need some workto heater toilet, air conditioner hitchcompl.t. 1.752.6238 evening. 11/08 2tpd 11/15 for detail BLISSFUL PRIVACYiThl new stone A cypress, contemporary '
Trailer bock to perfect condition. Must on 10-Ac. site. City. Nice touches Inc.
FRIDAY AT MIMOSA MANOR bring 473-7237
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except receiver. Mu*' be IY OWNER N.E. Alachuo County on
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Pork. 23 A. Rear Lot 22. I Itchg 11/08 see to appreciate. $23. HOME ENTER seen for other extra Call 964-3377. Route :235 In nice area, wooded dry, wallpaper, 2 fireplace. 4 BR, 2 BA, Exc. traffic pat
FRIDAY I SATURDAY 9 a.m. ill 3 p.m. TAINMENT CONCEPTS, Bradford I1/084tpd 11/29 secluded iconic 6.3 acre with well tern.
Little of .".'Vt"lng. Grill! Loop across Square 9646946. 32 FT. TRAVEL TRAILERS Excellent Condi- kept mobile home. 3 BR, 1'4' BA. Ex. NO CASH NEEDED LOVELY GROUNDS with nice MH. Klngsley lake...:':,
road from SE 28th Ave. Itpd 11/08 ROLLS OF HAYS Ord.r your hay for the tlon. First $3500 take It. 9646020. panda living room. $29,000. 4962298. 1985 2 BR Mobile Home Estate $33,900.SOUTHGATG .
THIS SATURDAY 4 SUNDAYS Nov. 10 winter and 'leave It under my barn until Itchg 1108TRAMPOLINESl ,," Itchg 11/OS Can Be Your for SU9.63 2 beautiful lots, $4,000 each. Cash. '

11. Turn at Textile Town 1 block on needed. Roll of Alicia, $23 at barn; $299; Go.Kart.1 by 408$. WATER STREETS By owner, 2 BR CI per mo. with approved -COMMERCIAL-OAK PLAZA Just S. of City Limit, .
I.ft. 95. Itpd 11/08 Argentina Bohla Alicia A Bahla $20 at Kawasaki, $490; boat helter' home. 1-468.1323.11/08 tin credit. Call Mr. Bradley ,next to future home of Starke Chrysler-Plymouth.13 I
CALL FRIDAY. SATURDAY A SUNDAYtil 9 barn. Hoy barn 7 mile N. of Slarke on '2xex.... $529. Curie Cycle, 964-6020. for detail. lot available.

6. Antique Duncan P"y'. dining Road 16. Delivery available at extra Itchg 1108UPIIGHT.RIIlII REAL ESTATE 473-7237 -US 901 FRONTAGE, Approx. S mile $.,2 ,.c..Iot.. "
room table, carved leg ((4 leovei), charge. 782.3727 after 3 or 964.6167 .
132 cu. ft. 125. Call .Buy now. Owner fin.
china cabinet, 4 choir, needlepoint Arthur Oaskln 10/18 tin OUT OF AREA
Fifth 964-4064. Itpd 1108"f' -15 ACRES ONLY $35,000: 10 Ac. Imp. post. S Ac. 1Ac.
26' CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER!
*eat. $600.964-4532. Itpd 11/08
FULL SIZE MATTRESS A BOX
SPRINGS. '
lake w/fish I
Wheel. Call 964-3606. 10/25 tfn By owner
GARAGE SALE Fri. and Sot. Nov. 9 A 10. $2,993.
Rain or thine. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Women SHAKIII USERS lost your source? Permanent $10; plaid couch bed $40; lawnmow.r. 10 ACRESi commercial 7 pasture. Main TrampolinesFactory HOME A 2 LOTS IN. CITY Priced 'to *elLf/$11,000..
Black and Decker 18"
and children clothing ((0 A up): baby resident will supply. Just call $40.964..711. electric ,highway East of Gainesville: No Owner finance.
Item; household Item CR 225 bet. Joy. 964-4223 or 3728962. 11/01 4tchg Itchg 11/08 neighbor $49,500 cash to mortgage.C .1981' FLEETWOOD MH A Lot. No. Crosby LakeShores
w..n Lawt.y A Prlion. Itpd 11/08 11/22 SIMCO dition.14"Used SADDLE for riding. Good con A F Feed. Earlton, Fl ((904))) 473-2141. Direct A 12x24 storage bldg. 29000..
few
only a ,
203 JACKSON STREET, Saturday, 10 III ?? TEXAS GRAND ONION PLANTS $22.00 times lay-A-Woy now lor PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEYl NW 75th A.,.2% Ac. SP
9647512. $250 cash. 11/08 RENT
Mlc. Item. Itchg 11/08 per thousand. 964-8106 or '9643406. COLEMAN '5.000.TU CENTRAL Itchg HEATER FOR SALE OR Christmas $39,900 with $7,900 dn. Fin. by owner 12% IS yr*.
TWO FAMILY GARAGE SALES Nov. 9 A 11/01 2tchg II/08 with thermostat. 2 old. Like $25>Q Down Mo. pmt. "79.21. Clean. '
10 8:30-4 p.m. Two high chair, 'baby USED COUCHi Beige one-pi.c. couch $150. Call 9647822.yrs.Itpd It/08 new.. 24x44 BUILDINGi Will build to ult te- -4 BR, 2 BA ON MORGAN RD Beautifully landcaped .
accoHorle, quad., stereo guitar, $100. Phon. 964.5875 after 4 p.m.: nant. Have 2 Ac. Will In"..'. Rt. 301 8 ft. x 12 ff. 5235 with swimming pool surrounded by chain

tricycle, tent many household Item Itchg 11/08 MOBILE HOMES and 18, 6 mile* south of Starke. Or call 13 It. Round $299 link fence, paved driveway $62.900.
and lot of clothe. 16 west turn rightat SHAKLEE USERS, Lost your source' ? Permanent J.K.. 1413.689.8011.10/18 4tpd 11/08 OVER 100 FT ON LAKE BROOKLYN By Approx. 393
Evergreen St. Follow *lgn.. Itpd residents 372.69211/01.' call FOR SALE DOUBIEWIDI MOBILE HOMEl For sale or 7SJ.1999 7SJ9412' ft. deep /'a" cottage. $27,000.

11/08 Joy. 964-4223 or 4tchg rent. Phone 782.3373..l9chg 11/08 752.:5385 Lake City -3 BR, IVs BAl "7.00. Brick CHAA. $32.000 mtg.
SIDEWALK SALES Thur, Fri. A Sat. 11/22 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER,
If 104 St.
Hwy. price you qualify. Long .,
and REFRIGERATOR BEDS dressers c"olro.
9530. Save 50% more.Bulllngton'
: 301 N. Starke. Come Dee Ramon LAND FOR SALE
see
HAMPTON LAKE Redwood A brick 3 BR, 2 BA
*, 104 W. Call St. Itchg 11/08 9.8 Mercury motor and tank 9 N Ford
for the bargain..964-<<1. ,
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964-4778J home.
Fireplace A scrn'd .
porch on landscaped .
SATURDAY 9-4 3 mile wet of Lawteyon tractor with blade. 964-6743. Itpd s.
225. Clothe, all ilxes; winter coat; 11/08 MOBILE HOMI FOR SALEi Keystone3 ONE ACRE'LOT facing Foriythe Road. Shop ,&. Compare! plus lot. 514,200.'HISTORICAL '.

microwave; Vitamin; furnace; window SHETLAND PONY $100;' nanny goat Height. 2 BR across from lake $3.000.'$300 down $73 per :mo.. Coll Sptfiul. liiHuraiifo fit r HOME IN LAWTEYi 4 BR"2 BA On TA
and trail itch g "/08 $50; new Bell) A Howell movie prol.c.| Geneva $89.00 per month, $'OOdoioMt 9 .5606..101. tinr.r7ACMS'H MaloneHoney: l ( Park ec.,2.MH hookups.. "9.900.10 lot toned MH...c'? .1.i t< I

1091 AND .1101 COU1Y 'KOADl'-.Sal;;, ; Id.'I\\; ; \+ t'gl. 'PI'Jnd..m.ra. Must remalon lot. .for five yeariVQy Brooker Rood(CR!\2271.)4Vt "AH pppvl< .ttNr: >fhomes > Iwn + i .fHQMX.AlAPPItaX.in4t: ACRES HWYj tt ,'$Ww; ..T,
.' Children. onceladies '100.cOfCg64.0131; ort.,3p.m. < -N//"NQD-tf l' > innrtni f f0t(*. \.'....000.. IS ; .., .. .
Nov. 10. 9:OO 3:00.: 81400 tfnf'J:1) : peX.Cpt.it 'i-r'P/1 -1> ol\fiw"" x cMeoOrHltVOBOpihf"
24x 2'TIDfWELl DOUMIWtDCr': 144 net nor t'fll'01! l lmnbde fi
11/13 '. 9645606 ,....,. '.
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clothe and shoes/ In good con 11/oaatpd $ mtg. for $20.000 at IJX by own.r.
Ac. of land.'3 BR, 2 BA. Carpeted andfurnished.
dition. Aquarium toy, conning |lore PECANS GOOD CROP $1.00 to $1.23 ACRES off Fonythe Road. $1,995 TERMS OP 12% POSSIBLf-14 ac.cleared w/apprax.
almost new couch and recllner lb. 1510 E. Brownlee Rood Slot Rd. 16 4311212. ext.$24,500.131. Can B.J. at oar acre. Has a larg. pond. $2,000 Call for Quote 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep well. 3 septic tanks
helve, much more. Itpd 11/08 E. Sign. Itpd 11/08 down $200 per mo. Call 964.5606.10/4 2 MH Butler Bldg. Stacked pond A croak
SATURDAY NOV. Id 924 Woodlawn CAMPER FOR SALE Long wheel base. If Hill Feed OCALA NATIONAL fOREST High, and Olln's Mobile COMMERCIAL .PROPERTY DELUXE 21S' ON 30|

first dirt rood on right past Starke Interested call 782.3547 or 782-3341. Clay dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile Home Sales Located In the Heal. of Starke. Approx. 100 *q. ft.
EI.m. Follow *lgn.. Vacuum cleaner, $133. Itpd 11/08 home, cabin, or camping. $4950 ea. WE ARE PROUD TO OFFER one of Bradford' County'
miniature vote collection dishes. and SMALL KITCHEN TABLE w/4 chair, $35; 282.1063 ddl.burg w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting Elaine M. Olin, Agent truly luxurious home' situated 'from the
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-50 Lb. Supr Block .S7.755
much Itpd 11/08 and $50, r r and Owner.
mar. recllner w/vlbrator heater fishing. ((904)) 236-4579 or
RUMMAGE SALE By four famllle On qu..n slie Hid.-A-B.d Simmons, $100. b. Supr Block, . . .$67.00 629.9649.10/11 4tchg/ 11/08 964.5606 Country Cub. Extroordlnaryprlvacy'and gracious
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living or.avall.b, In this 3 BR. 2'hA, brick home.
Sat. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 209 E. 9646932. Itchg 11/08 Or$64.00 Ton 3 LOTS WITH WILLS AND SEPTIC One
Adklns, St. Household and kitchen FIBERGLASS DOG BOX 6 month old. ..00 Lb. 12* Horse, r.. r r . ....75 zoned mobile home. Price'and sixes An uncommon concept of living.' Superb condition.

Item, clothe Itpd 11/01 For small truck $150; pulpwood truck 100 Lb. Whole. Corn . r .9.50 negotiable. 964-8813.Itpd.11/08 l Steve roadway -A SPECIAL PLACE,FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE, Beautifully
constructed white brick, 4 BR. :3 BA '
THURSDAY SATURDAY Hug. yard with loader $200.9646664. Itpd 11/08 w/wlmmlng,
tale. Sheet, chairs all size In' 4 STEEL-IELTED TIRES With good tread ll/ui' :4tpa. ,tutu TREE SERVICE pool. Designed with the family In mind. '

clothes, *m. children clothes,camping $40; Also a 5-room kerosene oil SMASHING CONTEMPORARYl 2-stary, "cedar, at
quip., lot mar. It.m.. 1 mile 301 S. ,heater $10. Phone 964.6653. Itpd nbing Supplies Removal l Country Club 2SB4 *... ft. on 2 lot. Beaut. Insul. .
Lawtoy) City Limit Itchg 11/01 11/08 : Trimming Fireplace. yrs, old. SP 175.000 mtg.: $73ooqlt

FromPlur ""' Stump Kemo\al 9%%. Mo. Pmt. $498.94.
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Southern VillasApartments .... .r! Durrance :3'A Ac. w/3 BR, :3 BA A CH/A.SIM.OOO. ,
I nl i jI }FreelEstimalt,} .: QUIET LIVING, S BR, 1V4 BA. Located .1320 SearIng I

OFFiCe" "' '; --- 473-4732 St. CB w/approx.1700 .... ft. I
](\ pump .. THINK COUNTRY! Convened DW on 10 A, fenced
-,2 Bedrooms Now Available, 1 SHOP fir. After 5 PM. land: 2.5 A. cleared. 3 BR. "I'/t BA w/scrn'd back

Central Heat Stove Supply Co. Keystone Heights porch. Potlo and Util. rm. "5.000.
Refrigerator
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RENOVATED
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Custom: Drapes U.S..301 N.-U4 N.Jemple. licensed & Insure Rd. 230A. 3 BR,"I BA. CHAA. Beautifully decorated.
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Wall to Wall Carpet ft More 964-5764 Starke.Florida 9647061r.j -NICE ACRSAGEi Great prlce-20 plus acre located: j

Call '"-7295 or 964-4214 stortc..Flo 'VACUUMSALE an Morgan Rd. 3 well, 2 sep. tank, *m. barn A
\ toolshed.Can be divided.. $27.000 ea. or$10.000 all. I

1..:.[ 1001 Southern Villa Drive 4r Drill Wells' 708 )W. CALL STi Only "'.000' Beautifully '
.... Hwy 16 W LicensedTaylor's painted 2 BR super living and dining room 'I
IN.v N.I. 2'k, fig.,- State ,, NEW & USED -NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKtOn 2% Ac. Located

a .. ---- Robert Rd. off Rd.,:.14. 3 BR, 2 BA. CHAA. Carport I'
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LONGCHAMP HOMES? :,\ ,. KOYALSEUKEKAS IAVI.H OUTLAW""" -'",... ? 'Silt OOOD*M74MJOHNOniHS9tlII
LAKE SUTLER CBS 3 BR, 1% BA,Vinyl \ ;mvWOClAK..M.M4.7)MTOMMVCHASTAIHM44
Custo'mSlaughtertng: >tt MAXIM*SOOTH 4SJIM7NOVWWAIOM474M
J tile floor CH, utll. rm., garage. 1404 HOOVERSELECTKOLUX FAVSMUUtNtU-1S4S
sq. ft.'on H-oc. (wood*A creek en E. INC '83s5'ToylorfieldR. WAVNIOOUOiA. .**.**** JOHN IANONIKO 4Mlt
side), Concrete driveway paved AVID aooo44W.Wait .
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8 bike off SR121Lake Stork. Florida FILTEK' QUEENS
street near school. : .
,Jacl t.onvlll. 772-9406 ,
Butler. Carpenter/painter may ,3 Bedroom, Brick Veneer Home SEARS
to$4,000 repairing the house fOMiyiEKCIALWe I
earn up }
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and use the $4,000 a* a down pay 1 /r Both CHI A; Carport: Utility Room] j : < Hog A 'i' repair all makes>>

ment. Sale price $31,000. Cesh dawn Carpeting.- .r" "t. .",.' Auction '
paym.nt'1.600.BowMr. 1755-4149 On Your Lot Dress AI Young'sSince *
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1-7S2-4238, eve. .: .:, EveryWe;' & Frt: Night at 7:30rp.rn': ; s

; 1957 'One block pH.301 on SR lo going East.

$34 ,53000 ) { :;;Cut&:, WrapI : | \964.6918" Next to NAPA WeBwySelkTrade Auto,Part -Everyone. Welcome. ,

Rooms v :3
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To Rent''* Interest SJortlne at 4%to 13%. 4fti''f,": 1'81J '.'

Also have Let* I Acreage Sole ".. Lb. .
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Starke Post Office '
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Keystone Heights Ads leC I s Bass & .
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US 301 North : "
Starke "> "
STANDING TIMBER will cut on sKares. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,
Select wood.. 475-2161. 2tpd REALTY REALTOR 964.4461 Night 964J21; '' .
n/8-t l/15 Rental Property Available THE FEED THEY NEED

\ HWY 21.3 BR 1 Bath fireplace, central r

PERSONAL SERVICES WHITE H/A. SANDS$350 p.r LAKE month.2BR screened Hunting Season: :i : q I u "'R.

porch fireplace, unfurnished $325 p.r '
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CARPENTER WORK. R.mod.Ung'k.' mo. Starts Saturday \,
kitchen. cabinets and trim Carpentry. SEMINOLE RIDGE 4BR 2BA screened
Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after porch newly painted, woodstove, Executive '
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5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg : home $400 per mo. November 10
CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and- In. HWY 21 LAKI BROOKLYN 3 bedroom, 1 en \

foliation Free estimate' .. Ten year. bath C.B. home, $275 per month. '\
experience. Call 473-4217 and ark lor 2 BR 1 BATH Central H/A, 2 Car garage, ";
Craig. S/17 tfnchg lok. access.: $250 per month. Are V o ?
HANDYMAN, All kind. of home repair, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. 'ReadYi

mobll.hom. repairs, and fix-up need Realtor. 473-491.
No job too imall. Minor 6/21 tfnchg ,
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Cleaning service, light haul- ,l' \' We Have: ___
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Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR house,
5/17 : 'lakefront A/C. Oct. May $250 .
tfnchg. p.r : .f./:/ Portable PROFIT HUSTLERS
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LIT Ml HELP YOU CATCH UP A little month. Ca11249.7884.4tpd 11/1- 11/22 ::1 .tt; l '. ; .: I '

behind on mall, typing, filing, office LOT FOR RENT Outskirts of Keystone ,/H. ",.,. r Tree I
.work. I 10m''' temporarily your. Keep Heights. $35 per month. First last and :I.. /. Stands j '
this number. security deposit. 1 year lose Call : '>. ; MORE
.73.2289"tchgI0/18-11/8
Pigs and Years
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sow of research Afl4 Mon-th
111 per f
I
t-
after
il/1S \JJ I' ;
6p.m.372.7294.2tchg11/8-
PRESSURE WASHING Removes "r
dirt Camo. '
mora to market -
mildew and peeling paint from homes 2 BR 1%. BATH Mobil. home. Screened '1 I f / : : Clothing pigs means -- farm" pro : A.lI\f have

driveways, decks patios and mobile porch on'' lake Geneva, $250 per ,1 A' ; : more profit In the pocket for : consistently sAtfMtotf'/ swine,
homes. Call Rick month. Deposit required. 473-4165. :p Southeastern swine I'aiall. producers fif\3 thflr|
at 4732452. 4tchg I I, .. Ammo -I /\
11/1-11/22 producers, s..AetCOnnfaniRJ .
WILL KEEP CHILDREN before' and after HELP WANTED ". \1 r Large Assortment fRM's "Profit l Fustier" |.ga. Hustle CM\ d<*wn to

Call school.473-7907.Bus stops Itpd at 11/8 Woodland Drl".. 'CARPET AND VINYL Installer helper. \ If You Need .It We've Got It line of 18 swine feeds = your FRM ded! ,[ft %nq l let

HOUSECLEANING dependable, Full-tim.. Must have own transporta ,( 10"" t.h. supplements. and "worming him' show v...V fort' to>

Will Call 4737122. ., ....., feeds promises proven tern: youC pigs Itytt" "ProfitGAtORll
thorough references. Call .473-2289. tlon.11/8 train. Mod I 'orr--;.., J,t'I ,.ar' ,.v '" Scopes performance. Hustlers"
11/8-11/29
4tchg
LAWN AND LANDSCAPE PERSON Call Guns On 't ,.
Ordered Request "
after 6 p.m. 473.4165.2tpd 11/0-11/15 :.\ , ;, '
NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE? ,Call MALE JANITOR Part time for man to And Other Sporting Goods. .:,' "
Chuck Satterwhlt., Stat. Farm Insurance perforn (janitorial and cleaning ser"

Lawr.nc. Blvd., Keystone ... Park of the Palms, 4734926. '. ,; Open, 8-5 Monday/ 'thru. Saturday .
Heights. 473.7272.7/19 tfn Itpd 11/8 'r : u.s. 301 south FEED STORE 6J-tltI3

NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call Chuck

Satterwhlte. State Farm Insurance, Starke Ads

Lawrence. Blvd., Keystone Heights, ;
473.7272.7/19 tfn I I


PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE complete .;A.........
lawn care and maintenance. FOR LEASE FOR RENT : PERSONAL SERVICES CARS & TRUCKS MISCEUVtl114EOUS '

Commercial or residential. Fr. I i ",..,...,
..tlmat... 475.2191.v.nings. 8/02 tfn 41000R 4,800 SQ. FT. BUILDING on Hwy. MIMOSA MANOR-MOBILE HOME PARK.:: SEWING 'MACHINES REPAIREDi All '77 CHIVY' STATION WAGON KITTENS mm OOtyftHAMIl Pleat call

301 South. $1,000 p.r month. Call Mobile ,homes, and spaces for ijent. makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted. AC/PS.PB. Run. good. '83 PONTIAC If ;V-4$01 (1/08 2tpd J
9646020. Itchg 1108MOTORCYCLES Phone GRAND PRIX, loaded. 964-4092. 10/11 you can help
MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS Recreational vehicles welcome, $i5. Work 'guaranteed. James 11/15 r
"" 69.2912.9116 tfn 1 Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and tfn .
ANONYMOUS: Closed ., MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile Hwy; 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn '79 LINCOLN TOWN CAR Good cond. ""

meeting Monday 8. Op.n from Stork. city limits. Clean.} No CHAIN LINK PENCE Installed. Free 3750. Can be seen el Olln's MH Sol... WAJ11IV. CD. .
meetings Friday 8 Alanon p.m. Mon children or pets. Hwy. 16 W, [Call estimates, Handy-Man' Fence Co. Hwy 100. Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn .. .; ...
p.m. 1978 SUZUKI MODEL lOOl Only 2600 'S7 CHRYSLERS Sedan black. Good
8 All Educational 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. 3/29 .dr. rips rod (four
day p.m. meetings at miles. Call 473.2214,10/18 tfn AXLES I TIRSSi Tw"* ) tires.
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES 'for rent. On tfn cond. $1,000. Can be seen at Olin' MH '
Building Community. Church 473-2790 Highest price p.tl|d t 0,**,, Welding
1971 Needs
or 475-213O. tfnchg One YAMAHA ENDUROi motor. Hwy. 16 W. Close to' prison .Call. MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King .1".. Sales, Hwy. 100. Call.964-5606. 10/25 Shop 301 South :M fk., ,'. 964-9007,.
owner. $125, 964-7499, eves 4681323. 10/07 tfn. Also have quilts for 101..I Assorted tinGOVT .
PAC RAT. Buy, Sell and trod. Used furniture 11/03 tfnchg' .
appliances, household Items, .79 Itchg DS 11/08 80 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly. sizes and design. B.tty Hildebrand SURPLUS CARS & TRUCKS under WI ', IUY SELL fM0ft Gold silver,
SUZUKI
DIRT TIKE Call rates Palms Apartments, 2314 N. temple 964.8122. 6/21 tfnchg $100. Now available your area. Call1(6I9)5690241 '
collectable, glassware, old jewerly. diamond HldJvV' '** prices: paid
964-5822 ofter
5:30: Itchg 11/08 (( ) 11/01 11/13
tools, .tc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 p.m. Ave 7/28 tfn I WANT TO DRINK 3tchg 94.4238.11/OS JfM' 1 1/27COMMERCI&l .
ROOM FOR RENT' BY THE MONTHi THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 83 LINCOLN 4-door, Signature series' ,
HELP WANTED W/SwImmtng pool. '''Maid service;; 'WANT TO STOP like new 17,700.. Loon value, 16000. "", .J .
YARD SALE linens included. Restaurant and lounge THAT'S OURS '82 Jeep Cherokee, with larado PROPERTY
GOVERNMENT JOBS package, $10,800. 4732214. II/01'tfn
on 'premises, Utilities i Included. Alcoholics Anonymous
RIG YARD SALI Saturday Nov. 10. $16S59.S0.553/year. Now hiring. S300/mo. Free parking. Econo Loda* of .. 964-4 1 M9646I94964S434AlANON MUST SELL, 1978 Ford Fiestas. One for RENT/ AsE
Keystone Stat. Bank. 9 a.m. to 2 P.mk Your area. For Information call ((805)) Starke, 964.7600.5/03 tfn T I parts only. Both for 975. Negotiable. -

Itpd 11/8 ," 687.6000, Ext. R.5504.10/iB4tpd 11/08 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 .R, 2 FAMILY GROUP Call 964-6166. Itpd 11/08 'OlSAU. LEASE*VW 7900 Ft.
NOV. AND 10 Moving sole, VOCATIONAL. AIDs BA apt. For more Information call Lake '*...6219 1974 GREMLIN 232 CID, 6 cyl.: 3 sp. In'' 2-story masonry MfldWa: trt corner: Sq. of
Everything! must go. Lowery organ (Carpentry-Supervlslon) and Instruction Butler Apt., .496-3141. Equal Opportunity pd thru 8/16 floor. Good running cond. $500 Call East Call i ThonWn> St. On block

bed, stereo misc. West on' SR 100 to of ,handicapped workers In the Hooting. 6/7 tfnchg !i BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Septic eves, 4311208.. llchg 11/08 from City Hall. M,, v a On ", R... (904))
Mailman Rood. look for signs. Itchg manufacturing of pallets, survey FURNISHED A/C' KINGSLEV LAKE COT.TACEt tank pump-out; 'grease traps, drain REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 1980 Ford 35,1-6849. Clyde W Simpson 1119
11/8 stakes and other wood products. In. 3 8R. '$350 month. 10-month lines relaid. Residential and commer Fairmont. Sirs cyl., automatic, air, Barnett Bank BulWli\V, J Kk: .onvllle. FL
,,J FAMILY SALI Sat. and Sun. 9 to T dividual needs be radio, excellent
a.m. to people orientedas lease No pets, no children. 964-6491. cial. Fully licensed Reasonable, transportation 33302.,10/23 tfrt
First place east of Gizmo on SR-100. well as production minded, obi. to 9/06 tin 964-8121. 10/18 tIn 964-4850.. : Itbf 11/08 .. ......
Many household Items, dishes, relate well with students. Qualifications LOG SPLITTER For rent, by day or !hour. ,;JERRY ELECTRICAll Now In Stark. 1972 FORD PINTOS 4 speed trans.,, exc. ;w.
.bedspreads, tool., 2 dressers. end ; HS A 2 yr.exp.rlenc, In Industry Call 964-6974. 10/4 tin Reasonable prices Free estimates.24hour cond. New tires $950, neg. 782.3063.lawtey. LOST 1 "lIN.
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tables, captains bed, dining room suit, rehabilitation or related fieldor' MOBILE HOMI-KEYSTONE HIIGttTSI'2tBIf'aero. : ..rvlc.. 964-6897. }0/18 ",chg Mod 11/08 ;1', .

chain saws, utility trailer 1963 Ford completion of vocational training .. from Lak. J'.M' pr "I.WJOB O" HUNTERS SPSCIALr '74 Bronco. $700. LOST 'J .Mat* RyARLa HeundsiyColl,;
.. .,., Geneva \
plck-up. Itpd W" ? .v. *>wrthA'Of'1 y.or experience. ; Phon.782.3669:11pd: 11/08 :
program month J.F"rnl.hed. 4n1 ,7ufyihlt .4J COfcA LEAK: IN THI ROOF.HOLE IN.THI "H238,.. W 'Nt
T..r..OVIt I crWo' S p.r>* O'mll Mva.s.trJltelns.rolAtrhr ,S61ary Bd..d! t, ,& 9ttpalApre ; 1f ; :Y feur.nn.Rsfdvwelartacko4tthludoer'Wvd0 .. !1 ( :
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OWtI19 ;; :')ra..90"! .w'1C/1i@6hd 4d,00OUm'A. aCKr ro>'W 'ipiiiiiOPPORYUNITES! ; ; \i\'I'0.\
1bGxaoe ry N"",''.iMdwSUln.)44 plr.cart' "J 1RAlLEI N! 6PACES AYAi .'.drrrtfnd""riomanag.ment i all ,Itt.,., ", ct' : ( ... ./!/ O. ,
rood 352. Go 'miles on paved rood.. '' Sunshine Industries, P. (3. Box 509, (Bradford Motel), i .all More,1 Home and Mobile Home repairs. 9646056. Ask {for Sue or Terry. Itpd: ,

.See signs. Itchg 11/8 Starke. FL 32091. 10/25..tehg 11/15 964-5332 for Information. ,9/2? tan; Mon.-Frl. 8-6, 9648830. After 6 p.m. 11/08 BUSINESS_
NATIONAL COMPANY EXPANDING Into 3 BR ,,BLOCK, HOMES CA/Heaf. Stove t' and weekends 9648961. 10/2$ tfn 1979 CHRYSLER CORDOBA Power steerIng |

CARS, TRUCKS' area recruiting for management refrigerator, furnished. $350 per mo. All BREED PROFESSIONAL HANDLERS* brakes and AC, elect seats A win ",.,. '" .
trainee positions. $20,000 to $30,000 Call 964-5606. 10/25 tfn Training conditioning, grooming etc. dow. Cruise. Factory spoke wheels
'
& BOATS potential. Respond to P.O. Box 12547, APARTMENT NO. ,8 COVE APTSi'Elf ICiency' I- Attending most Southeastern shows with lock II 67'J. 782-3110. Itchg 11/08 OWN YOUR OWN Jew-Sportswear1,

Gainesville, FL 32604. 11/01. 2tchg apartment. Furnished. $15, Wayne and Carol, Starke, 964-4127.. 1978 MERCURY ZEPHRSi Station wagon. Ladles, Apparel, OrfblhOtlon, Accessories -
'174 OLDS 98 Needs work. $500. TRACTOR 11/08 mo/tlOO deposit. 301 N. Tiffin .11/014tchg 11/22 Clean Inside and out Power steer. Large S'V' .t or.. Notional
1955 Case tractor For part FREE RENT IN EXCHANGE for port time Owens, Inc. 9645065. ifchg 11/08, i WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Boys a Ing/brakes. A/C. 6 cyl. $1830. brands!. JordochAj Chic:, Lee, levl,
,Make 'loiter. 4737057. 4tchg chicken farm work. Call 485-1037 BEAUTIFUL 3 BR HOME* On St. Clair St. week. Have'chain linked back yard. 7823110. Itchg 11/08 Vanderbllt Uods/ f frlt. Brlttdnla',
'10/25-11/15 anytime 11/082tchg 11/15 With fireplace and large yard. $350. per ,Call. Elaine, 9648396. Itchg 11/08 1973 VALIANT Power steering, brakes; Calvin Klein Sf'\>'gk'( Vol."?.. Evan
MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOMEI Be AC, slant 6: $>450. 7823110. Itchg Plcone, Clalborrv.. Member Only
171 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 DR sedan, '' 'mo: $350 sec. Tilfln .,& Owens, Inc. BOB'S MOBILE HOME MOVING '
'good tire, motor fair, gray. 'good flooded with offers Details, rush 9645065. ttchg 11'/08 > Moving Blocking Anchoring 11/08' Organically' Gro"'M, ttealthtex,_ 700
stamped nil-addressed envelope to bedroom '2 & 1980 FORD GRANADA 2 door, power other 7900. M ,:24,900 Inventory,
tran'p I'Iotlon. $300 Call J. D. McGraw TWO HOUSES FOR RENTt 3 Cool Ceiling, SkirtingI
473-3967 Itpd 118. Alle, Dept. A; P.O. Box 425, Starke, FL bath. Completely remodeled. Shake We have axles X wheels, steering/brakes. AC. Good tires, airfare training 'li'Mf, grand open-
32091. 1l/082tpd 11/15 area.'473-7832 IT/01 tfn J : y; I{ Call Bob Chrlltme.1.2st."tt.Moccl.nnr. $2275.782-3110 Itchg 11/08 Ing etc. Can opery 11 S d*>ys, Mr. Kaiser
ELDERLY CHRISTIAN LADY who for the '2 BEDROOM; 2 BATH MOBILE HOMES 1970 CHEVY IMPAlA .350 engine, $500, ((612)) 8886555. ItM I'/lM
FOR SALE most part can care for herself needs Melghti' area' .473-7,832, ; 11/084tpd1f/29 Call 964-4064. Itpd 11/08 BOOKSTORE P0 I. SALE, Family
:: companion and help with H light .Keystone 11/01 tfn ., GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors?,window., 76 MONTE CARLCn& Good transportation. bookstore. E;tatlfi| / .d 14 year In'
SHALLOW' AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC houseworkl: Hours 7:30 o.m to 5 p.m.. MOBILE HOME WITH EXPANDO LIVING etc. JACKSON' BUILDING SUPPLY $750. O.B.O. 9647419. Itpd 11/08 shopping center ffyat ocean In Nor
pipes and 'finings. Water softeners. ''Monday-Friday, Starting Novo 26. Call ROOMS BR. No 225mo. $175' '964-6078. Order. also taken In lake ''theast Florida. flffAtm' \\ and Inventory,
pets
Bryan AceHardware; Keystone Hot*., '964-3584 ofter 6 or on weekends. 1 tehg'. :Deposit.: Call( after 6, 964-6054f. 11/01: .BUtler 496-3079 and Keystone $50,000. Call (904141'1.2700.11/08Icon( }
473.40065/24
tfnchg,! 11/08 t< H.lntIt..'473.4973.2126 tfn ;'\JV-
AMWAY' PRODUCT! Call to place your VOCATIONAL COORDINATOR TO od, nONI BEDROOM,; TRAILER! IN COUNTRYI -- -1' :' -" ERA Tiffin & Ow ns Inc.:
;orders Nutrllite Vitamins Need extra minister vocational/training/ program. ,
Incom.?, Call for detail.. Heat and air, Near Graham. $60 p.rw..k. : ;';i.
us In a progressive production oriented :Call t\ .
furnished '
Completely ,
.'73.3671.5/10 tfnchg sheltered Workshop' for the handicapped 11" Wanted Realtor
SWAN. CREST NURSERY SR-26 2V4 miles Good people and organizationalskills 485-1371. Itchg 11/08 ..tII!! :.. I". .. Help
east of Melrose.. Azoaleas 50 ,cents experience with MR desired 14x72 MOBILE, HOMEl.washer 2'/ BA.A ,dryer I plus, "": .: Expr. Swing Machine Formerly f FAUlKNtR R(( ,ALLY
bath AC,
each; S5 limit. 475-1639 BS/8A'ln Ed. Voc'Ed. Rehab. sunken tub. '
8/16tfnchg Special Operators & Presser,,
maker
11ew
FIREWOOD full face cord. $100. Select or Industry related. Excellent solar)'. garbage trailer Available disposal 3, Novl Ice Call 964-8106 '4, For Production Work l I 964-50651
wood. 475.2161.2tpd 1181115HAMMOND and bonus. .1'
fringes Quarterly .
Salary .
leml.furnllhed. 'Good Benefit Apply,
ORGAN With rhythm .ec- 'Commensurate 'with training A ex after 3 dolly. All day weekends !. 11'' ,.
tlon plus organ' 'mulc.S995. Call perience. 11/08 2tchg J1 II 5, 1 ;" Starke Uniform 221 lelayctt St. Across IroV Withbens,
',473-5210 473-4648' ,,ROOMS FOR RENT ti" .. Mon..M. >;iO .m. lo >:3a Sn1W1rM II2eeeINVESTMENT
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weekday or :TRAINING SPECIALISTS Student 0. ,, .. : 7 a.m. to 4:30; p.m p.mj
:'''weekend. for appointment to ...." tfn 'men and Instructional) programs for ,Day *Week Month' !' j}: 'lFs' '" 441 I. Brownie. St.-Starke ;PROPEf1STc
U PT. YELLOWSTONE CAMPER MAGNOLIA HOTEL ,
sleeps mentally handicapped. In sheltered, 1p. -
Slarke P.O. 60 ACRES PRIME AGRICULTUR-Wv.AND with 2
Across from *
?,six, awning flushing toilet good con- workshop setting: Assist with program
\ Be t Off.r. Call 473-2277. 11/1 coordination. BS/BA special ed.. UN.UINISHeD..2 .BR AP"UMeNTDUPLEXI : fish'pond. Priced right to sell. ,
tfnchg related. Excellent.salary and fringe or Available Nov. 1 1.: $235, per'ma.lIOO *' ,fc C&CMiniStorage EL oVJ *MUSt:'SEE TO BELIEVE:'2 bedrcrxW i bah brtcW

TWIN BED f Head and* foot board. Triple' 'and quarterly bonus Salary commensurate seal deposit.' ;120N., MyrtleSt. I. home with fireplace, skylights.or\l 1j."I1". tuba on
dresser with mirror, contemporary with training and experience. 964-8944, 11/01 tfnLOCATED. ) l ooM'r 6.1 acr.'.. Call for an oppolntmet',

''.white finish solid wood., good. condition. Send resume to? Sunshine Industries. IN COUNTRYl" 2 '''BR mobile *REDUCED: 3 BR, 2 BA home on tfpftr'IUI, S <*..with.
475-1597 Itpd 11/8 P.O. Box 509.Starke, FL 32091:located home. ,Furnished with" A/C.and h: .at. I Hwy 301 -SoutP'Stark. fish pond.

SOLID OAK. Early American couch: $275 30 mln.'from Gainesville. 11/08 2tchg Nice yard. Call 964-5630 after 9, Faye'' ,VMI., S,of Shopping Center *20 ACRES WITH NICE 2 DR FRAME\MOWSEs; Reduc-:

;or best offer. ,473-4165. 2tpd 11/15 t llchg 11/08 ...-. ed to $63,000
11/8-11/15 .EARN $4.87 HOUR* We need assistance' UPSTAIRS' OFFICES IN' DOWNTOWN ..eI *WE HAVE SEVERAL TRACTS'M UNO LARGE
WASHER lAND DRYER $200. 'Call In evaluating and responding to dolly .STARKEr N.wly remodeled, wcentratheat at'S.E. I 964-6020, ? AND SMALL. Call for detail. .
73-3338'ltpd 11/8 work reports submitted by our agents and air conditioning.! located .; Wes -*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Hwy &\ $ A M.
WINCHESTER 10-30 <. w/scopo.: model throughout the state.,No experience corner of Call: ft Thompson St.Con'. *NICE 3;IR DOUBLEWIDE: New immanent roof

number' $100. Winchester 12 gauge neceesaryu paid to complete training.' "tact Freeman Register, III.I 964-5688." -- ,ond porch addition on 8.5 ec. Norlt V>' Starke. Priced
shotgun.' '''model number 870SI JO, Work at home. For Information,';;send U/OI.4tchg 11/22 j .

Deer stood,. $75. Bow w/arrows, $40 .elf-ddr..d stamped envelop 9V4' LAWTEY-MOBIIE HOMES Unturnl.h'd.3'IIR. EARN EXTRA MONEY *30 rlght ACRES> :, Hwy.' 16 West.B, cwJ JO acres with
$100 dep. Pay awn utilities.Garden '
Air n.gotiabl.'Call 4733571.Itpd your '
prices .. Inches long to AWGA.' Dept., E. Box ". -.
11/8 '" .:::*_', 49204,'Atlanta GA 30359. |ltpd 1J/08 space 782-3279 11(08 ''* Keystone Heights Area DW.
BR, UNIT:COMPLEX :301.. Eaw1Vh.'VAtyfi.xibte! )
CEDAR AND OAK LUMBER-various' ninth/) HOUSE UNFURNISHED IN LAWTiY2 ,? *3 : On
and dimension S.I.ct: wood; -' '. .' garden space. $100 dep., no. utilities. Xkppl(fcatrohs1? are now being tak.n'lor' = term*. '
'75-216.2tpel 11/8-11/W'' 3ol-4: BR, 2 BA on 3'plus .Ac 782.3279itchg; 11/08 Tim.s-Unon) Morning Paper Route, AppIlconti *CENTER STREET: 2 BR, In town..Carter f financing.
; r' iSR : Pond. V ". children, ftuplftx' ,., Owner.
'. j $42,500. 'r 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSE No no must ''be able,, to post a cash' *PRIME LOCATION IN TOWN: ,
381-Lt., Commercial' oc. ". $300 month. plus $150 sec.: dep. available.
financing
'p.
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MOTORCYCLES'?: 4f;r/r 2.89 oc. 15000. Lowdown. Fir.' lane 'No.: 4',1',, '.Klrlg.l.y t ,alttt;. ,, ', ",. bond have:reliable'transportation ando. '*3 BR, 1 BA ON 1V4 ACRES: Only (W.WO,

payment.' 533-2789. 11/08 tfn' : *'. 3,1 >J*\ telephone. ''*IN'' TOWN: 'Apprax. :2 ae.< vAWH. Walking'

171 SUZUKI 7M 4 Needs minor repair 1338-2 BR, 2 BA'im' MH MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2, b.droom'ojl/ ; Call ''''-5165 .distance., '
S25Oj Call 'for' > more /'Information.. with 1 Ac1. Furnished. Fenc both. Starke.'473-2006:Itpd) 11/0$ 4 '''Trill"'f' onldeal1supplementalsineome: 'for a *3 BR, f, .....;:Nlce aide* hoed. Vllh" Kofdwoodi
475-1006. Itchg 11SWOUSifFOR ed. 30000. \ STORAGE SPACES 12x32$115/mo.lCall'( \ and 5 with tress. t (II l bAd make sus!
(floor oc, pecan .
( j' ,>' ,. f F'y,/ housewife; retirement couple, teacher ete- ,
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,; 1380-3 BR,, I BA MHori f0 964-8568.: Itpd 11/08 J offer.SARATOGN'HEIGHT.3. ,
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SALE "' A, Lowtey$31t5OQ'Gaod, ; < ",\.'l, ,>. I'I I NICE, HOUSt WITH 3 ACRESi located 3 BK.between ; 2 > EXCELLENT PROFITS BR.. \ M MoAlwoad,,

owner_ terms, Starka and State Prison $ 51'p.r ,I -. floors,,fenced yard, shady tot. $3W9 '
3 M 1 BATH T Carport. ;Ireplac-rgy': :. ',BA. CHIA. Min:6' mos. 1 lease vveekende.req. .*NEXT TO PARK 2 BR.1 BA rec.ryrlp: redecorated.

efficient, Ceta home on 1 acre lot. me. .1.332.0IU.veI41 :; PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS ,Has many extras
down, $404 'Cola' 11/08 tfn Brick $$.",9O ..
$' .000 per month.. APARTMENT Lights and *S ACRES WITH 3 BR, 2 BA : *\ry ,,
2 M FURNISHED .
"73-2269..ltctlg 118Y : //I 1'" ..: .;., .,. hot; water Included $200 .mth., ', $73, prox; 2:mile from town.- Stone I\\,,.,...* ari trees.::'
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IRE: % BA. t'yr*.'old.CHAjl deposit. ;,,1 BR furnished Apartment.' : j pasture, fencing, country living. .
OWtMftt 3 1 No utilities furnish *HWV 16 immatutate 2 M, l IS Mi Nke: sizeroans.'CHBA. '
:h,,, Cloy: ,County..ieo.utlfuM oe, ,.. I' : as .1 150 pit$75. dep. Itpd 11/0* : Fenced yard and ed. No
964-8071.
nee deck covered,S4 .900, tot;' 'i,""Celt',4T3..fencedbackyard.' .7273: or.? '. I V
''lNtfIe .. .. "llehaU/aI. ; Cellont, owner flnenclnaj/ ( a
1.3I9.218S./28 tm: I ,. fll 1 f, No .vAdulrsonfy. Apply! From !it Si". f 0287** '' $** ocr d: "'t, ;. .
sto" .i M HOUMi petf; ( ;; .rAClt. /,\GEtrci") per. /" / .
r' o' 408 N. Church St.. 1lchf 1 11/08 f *" '

"- '.-..- -. -' i,1 '' .. r. .IItIA1T I f. .r/"r,:;" ", \, rcttCsiNETTiMt; ,we.and dye.sleeping Alt'', Wl"rooms.) .* '. '> 12 i-3-: WfOOTM JUaitoH No1d 'I''RENE FAULKNER' 96-- .S ASSOaATESi'1"2. SUSANyMAKI1ER961.40.I8' ( t *<

t.rd ... turn. Maid service ;'
"I LOU YOUNG 964-7525, 10IilA.II1twU..1. .
AIMTWMfAM l SIIEfffAM, v 4 months pfd, .i if, = : 'Underwood. telHwy} 301 N'tchg, M.ditoiit' '
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the plaintiffs, and JAY B. and contain .,1 t.7 of an 'NOTICEOF> I I" t- .1 NOTICEOF Council Room of City Bradford! County Zoning local Government' Comprehensive '.

BAKER and EUNICE L. acre more or less (Lot 7, 'Hall on Thompson and Planning Board to. Planning
INTENTIONTO INTENTIONTO of os
I NoticesNOTICE r Act 1975 providedfor
Street. Slarke
Florida
Legal conduct cf public hearing
BAKER; GERALD T. Block 1. See DB 19.$, REGISTER REGISTER At this In Chapter 163 of
lime all
person at a regular1
.
SltCOX, d/b/a SILCOX Page 273))
FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME will b* heard concern'ing'this held th*,Florida $totut...
SERVICE STATION; and at public tale, to th.highest meeting at. 7:00 To: All Citizen, Taxpayers
; FLORIDA BANK'' AT bidder for cash, application as p.m.. .In the Council .
Pursuant to Section Pursuant to Section and other1' 'Interested
b* examined at the STARKE are the defendants at the front door of the 865.09 Florida Statute Statutes, specified In the Zoning Room of Stark City
,
869.09 Florida person
Codes
of Bradd Hall, Stark. Florida
following location: I will sell to the Bradford County Courthouse
OFSHERIFF'S notice I Is hereby givenshat notice I I. hereby given You and each' of You
Owner: BradfordjCounty highest and best bidder In Stark. County on Tuesday, November
t SALE the undersigned, that the Undersigned. L.M. ... are hereby and .
Courthouse, Cerk't Office for cash the 11:00 Gal 27 1984 and make arecommendation
: at front doorof Florida between ARTHUR LEONARD HILDA D. JOHNSON. Directorltchg herewith given- notice <.j
Notice Is hereby given Stark, Florida tho Courthouse In a.m. and 2:00: p.m. on. CHLOFMAN. P.O. Box AND SUSAN I. SHEETS; 11/08 to the In accordance with
that I, Dolph E. Reddish Engineer: H.J. Kelley Stark, Florida between, ihe.20th. day of' f.90. Stork., Florida 444-H. W. Madison St., 5' 5' Board of.County Comml'.lo".r. 'Florida Statutes that .," '

as sheriff of Bradford P.E.. 4131 NW 13th the legal hours of safe November, 1984.GILBERT 32091 and KEVIN! M. Stark, FL 32091, joint .-.... and"the the Board of County,
County Florida under Street, Suit.. 224, (estimated time of, sal. S. BROWN MCAULIFFE |point owners, doing business Board will consider on Commissioner of Bradford
Gainesville, Fl 32609. '11:00 a.m.) on the 15th A* Clerk of Said Court : Monday December 3,
and by virtue of Writ of owners,doing business under the firm name of NOTICE: ,: County., Florida
Execution to-wit: Copies of the CON day of November, 1984. By: Beulah Moody under the firm name of 7.77 SHOE STORE, ........H J.K. HEWITT has mad 1984, at the Commix have designated the
sioners Room of 'theBrad'
Execution Issued out TRACT DOCUMENTS may the following deicrlbedproperty Deputy Clerk FORESIGHT LAND Stark. Bradford ;: Zoning
W. Madison St., County
the Bradford flfo.nd
application to ,,;d Cour-
oi' County Court of Brad b* obtained at the officeof to-wlt: 'll/082tehg 11/15 DEVELOPMENT, 1 1104 S, FL 32091, Intends to County Planning'Board' to
County Zoning house. Stark, lorldd,
the Engineer locatedat Lot 10 of Block ,26: In. ( ) f .
ford County Florida pursuant c.l.. Walnut St.,. Stork, register said fictitious 'Board for reclosslflca-/ ''at Ordinance Conduct a public hearIng ,
,10:00 a.m. an -
:
4131 NW 13th t
to a Final Judge'm.nt Street Livingston Truby andCompany' 'I Florida 32091 Intends to name under the tlon of the property to at'' o.. tegula'meeting ,.
relating :
for EMMCO INSURANCE Suit 224, Gainesville Addition to register said fictitious aforesaid statute. described below' from .neld'.at, 7:00' .
The of the
COMPANY of Florida 32609 upon pay- the Town of Stark, all rezoning Council
name under the ,Dated this 2nd day of In the
CG CI Two acres described
to :
Jacksonville, Florida menf) of $20.00 for each lying and being In Section aforesaid statute, November A.D. 1984 In located' South of following Room 'of 'Stork City

and against Frank E. set 28, Township 6 'IN.THE!CIRCUIT Dated thi.!7th day of Bradford County, 'Stork. '4Vi miles on property and amendingthe Hall. Stark. Florida, '

Jones, defendant In the No refund will be South Rang 22 East 'COURT FOR November A.D., 1984, 11/08 4tpd 11/29 right of Hwy 301 and ComprehensiveLand Use Plan ; on Tuesday November, ,
to
amount of 1930.97 'made for the CONTRACT Bradford County, BRADFORD' COUNTY. In Bradford' County. ....".. North of .Intersection'with provide 27 1984, and make a '."
together; with'costs of DOCUMENTS Florida. FLORIDA 11/084tchg 1 11/29 that land currently recommendation tj the' ,": ..
collection This project consist of DATED this 24th day of CIVIL DIVISION Hwy 18 'parcel. zoned OR''and Board of County Com- '.
NOTICE :
Have seized and hove constructing approximately October, 1984.GILBERT. ' CASE NO. 84-2J1: .....,,-, INTENTIONTO 0968.1100' pnd designated by the plan missioners ''ond the I
6.200 lineal' ,feet S. BROWN 'r.:>,t. OF 0968-01 I JOI In' Section a* AGRICULTURAL, ; b* Board will consider on .

In my possession described the of oiphaaltle. concrete Clerk, Circuit Court JOHN W. SUTTLES, Plain-' ,',,)1,' -' FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME 24, Township' 7 South; rezoned to Cl, ,anc(, Monday December 3, '
following personal Rang 21 East, Lots 136' designated Commercial
road will) 6 Inch llmerock By: Beulah Moody j'tittoi NOTICEOF '
1934, at the Commissioners
property to-wit: t .. used and
i, base 15 for car Cabinet. Shop theproperty '
on a previouslycleared 11/012tchg 1108IN VS INTENTION Room ,of the
197 Lincoln 2 Dr, I.D. Pursuant to' Section1
truck soles; of LAURA.
and rough graded T. ALLEN and "
lKEVIN, TO REGISTER Bradford County Courthouse -
No. 5Y89A830962. 865.09 Florida
This change In GOOLSBY' (Cubbedge).
1971 Ford Pickup. I.D. roadbed. Alternate CAROL A.ALIEN Defendant. FICTITIOUS NAME Statute, : notice'' I I. Starke; Florida
classification Is subjectto 'described follow
a* :
bids for fine grading the : ''
No. F10GNK21273. shoulder and ditches THE CIRCUIT 1 hereby given ,that the a 'public hearing tobeheld '"' 125' (one-half ae.), 'at 10:00'a.m.-an1: Or- !
As the property of the COURT FOR, 'Pursuant ,, to Section undersigned, ROBERT on :Tuesday located outside CI- dlnanc relating to:
and grossing are Includ COUNTY, 869.09 Florida Statutes, lust The'' of the r
,
above named defendantand BRADFORD H. MONK STEVEN H. rezoning ;
ed. ; November 27, 1984, at ty Limit o'f East'cjde, of ";
FLORIDA I. notice I I. hereby given 'described
following
that on'tuesdoy, the i WAITERS P.O. Box ';
OF 7 In the Council 100 before RR.
Lawrence Mosley' NOTICE 'AlE'NOTICE. p.m. Hwy |lust ,
CIVIL DIVISION that undersigned' and omending'the' .
i 13th of November FL 32622. 'property
day Chairman Jt.' herebygiven 128, Brookef. Room of the Stark City out of Parcel 44S1 In
1984 at two o'clock on CASE NO.84.416COMMUNITY .. GERALD BLANKENSHIP, (joint owners doing Hall on' ThompsonStreet 'Section 33,, Township 6''. ,, Compre".n.lv. -9wi"'
; that ,
10/l84tchg 11/08 pursuant to .
: Rt. Land Use Plan
laid day on the premisesof 1. Stark. FL': 3209T business under the firm 0 prewV'
\ In 'Stark; South Range 22"Eastfof "
th. Bradford County .....,- STATE the Final In"Cose{Judgement'entered Number sole owner, doing 'nam* ot. EXOTIBOX, ,Florida.''At this' time allpersons cabinet "' artd. '. ,vide that land. currently. k"xon.d
Jail Yard. I will offer for BANK OF STARKER f Iain-: business under the firm P.O.' Box 128. Brooker, Interested remodelling shop ; OR" unddesignated
the ;
Circuit
84-221. In'' '
sole and tell to thehighest IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.OF tiff. .. Court for Bradford County name of G.I BLANKEN, Fl., '32622. Intend toregister hall be heard foil oragainst You aril: further given by'th p'arv.' ""nv'
< SHIP CHIMNEY SWEEP. fOt AGRICULTURAL, b =
bidder for coshIi FLORIDA. vs sold fictitious the
.. proposal. NOTICE that a.copy'ofnsaid
LINDA HAWKINS. Defen- Florida, | will .lIth.prop.'ty Rt. 1.. Storks, FL-32Q9U reioned to RSF-MH i'-,
,
In hand. the above EIGHTH JUDICIAL situated. name' under the. as specified In the Zone proposed OR.
|In m
,
described property of CIRCUIT.. IN AND FOR 'dant ,, :; ;,: "" Bradford i County Intends to register IOId'flctltlou. ';aforesaid statute. 'Ing Codes :of,Bradford! DINANCE'I available ,'and designated Mixed
t said defendant to satisfy BRADFORD COUNTY, '. '.' -". ." name under the Dated this 2nd day of County youiCirnpectfoo'o l Residential, the property -' <.<
Ii the aforesaid Execution. FLORIDA NOTICE OP SALE Florida descried as: .aforesaid statute..: Nov.mberA.D.. IV84 L.M. Goines, Director the office of ih* Dlrec- of FREEMAN
\ ,
NOTICE.;, I I. .> .herebyglv.n Commence at the SW Dated this 2nd day of 4 f ..REGISTER III. described ,"
Dolph E. Reddish CASE NO. 84-123-CA 'corner of the E'A of SE'/i In Bradford, County. .Bradford Co. Zoning 'for of Zoning and, f Ion1nlng '-' .
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toIhi.Final' November.A.D..J984 | : tollowsp II.79 acre
.
Sheriff DIVISION: CIVIL thot.pureuanI ,2 11/08 .tpd 1 /29' '
Itchg 11/08 City Halt; Thompson
of SW'A oflsectl| n 11, located mile South ''
five
Bradford County, Fla. Judg.m..rntentered Bradford County. ....!-.. Street Slarke,
,,
10/18 4tchg 11/08 MARION S. .HAHINOTON *. In Case Number Township 6 South Rang. J ll/084tpdl1/2 NOTICE ,. f florldo'; .. of Stark East off Hwy' ":*"
and MARY ,84-416 In' the; Circuit 22 East and run thenceN .... NOTICE OF APPLICATION '30\:and South of 221,. -
and parsonhaving'
ITEM 'JOAN Court for Bradford County. B920'10'E.165.10 leet'to FOR REZONING Each every out of Parcel, 0986-0000 *'
,
J HARRINGTON .1..1. 'on' Interest- '
I ADVERTISEMENTFORBIDS Plaintiffs, Florida, I wilt sell the, POB., From POB continue ,\ : LEON :AND v RHONDA, .AND AMEN MINf: whatever In(the .enactment '"M Srfcllon Township-, ; .

YI. property ,situated' In' N 89"20'10" E, ,.' ODOM. III., have mod OF THE! of this prof'O.ed'.ORDINANCE 7 South Rang 21 East,
NOTICE
JAY B. 'BAKER and Bradford .County.' 493.32 feat; run thence NriO'10" INTENTION. :application for SPECIAL;: :LAND USE PLAN should' pi- 0. have mobile home. "?,

Separate,sealed BIDS EUNICE, L. BAKER; Florida-described ass: E,. 1309.68 feet; OF REGISTER EXCEPTION for No. 8 'pear-'and' b* hrd.o, \ on 20.000 sq. ft.. ''
'
for the construction of GERALD T. SILCOX .1.0' 7, .Block 1. \run thence S 89"9"10" W TO NAMEd for CHILD DAY CARE An OItCiNANClliom.,. the lima and place''prescribed You r Laura Church Road will d/b/a SILCOX SERVICE GAHAGAN SUBDIVI. >48 .6B feet; run thence S.l'32'23" FICTITIOUS-at-ffi** 'CENTER. ".20 the ,Brad ,ding |h* 'Comprehonlve -. NOTICE! that a copy of -

41( be received by Bradford STATION; and FLORIDA SIGN o* recorded |in Plat : "W. 1307,75, feet, Pursuant fto t $..ctlorte65n ford County Beard dAdjustments '. land Us. Plan ile'. ;! : a >"OARDOF sold proposed ORDINANCE : ".
4U.public .to POB. on 'vent and Map by Brad- ,l ovollabl. .,
'I County Commission at BANK AT STARKE,, Book 2,. Page Florida Statutes, proper'ty BRADFORD COUNTY ?
the office of th* clerk,at Defendant, ,.record* of, Bradford RESERVING' or" easement herftv ",- that to claoslfled RSrV ford Covnty, Florida. In. 'COMMISSIONERS'bytGS. for 'CIUi Inspection' at
Stark "ntl2 p.m, County Florldp Sald tot, for ingr..* and notice 'is ,vnebrtlgnvd" 'MH-t, ;and described occordonc"with the ; Brown Clerk .'o"lco of the Direc '
; press along the East 30 that the tot 1 of Blk. local Government Com-' tor of and Plan '.
Daylight Savings Tim. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE being more, p'IIrtc"larht'delCrlb.d '' rm.AND below: On Itchg j/08.J Zoning '
November 3. 1984 and' ..FORECLOSURE SALE as;.,follows 'feet'of .the described- : SUSAN L; >>I, 444-G. 4 of Garden Acre', (lu tEats ,,prehenvlve Planning ;nlng. City r JOHNeE '
HILDA ''
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then at sold office publicly from the NS,eormr: of property Storkej of Stork City Act of 1975 a* provided li' '0"\.Street! Starket t"
1 HEREBY the. NE'of the 51'.'01 at public| sole, to the W. Madison St., Limit off North ..Ido'of for ,In Chapter 163:, of 4'f 0'1- \ .
rod .
and NOTICE IS.
opened highest bidder for Fl 37091, lotntjownor, :,CJ&NOTICE ... '.1having'
aloud. : the: SE'A'of, Siicthw 81, cash Hwy 14 out of Parcel. the Florida Statute t: loch arid every period\!
GIVEN'pursuerd to ,a the "
under i V
by Township 6 South, Rang at the front;. door of theBradford' doing business ''2828-O-00100 k{ Section TaAll'Citlx.n44: .Tax "'it! 'APPLICATION any ; jnieresf
;.4 The CONTRACT Summary Final' Judge f+' STARKE'BEAUTY
DOCUMENTS consistingof ,"' .". .of Foreclosure.dated 22 East.run South 300 ft. I County Cour. firm nomo t''f ,:444, 27, ,Township 6 South poyert. and other' fro. AND FOR REZONING ,. whatever'In the onact1 '
'thnc-'run' theuse- Stark. :s 22 East to'build, tretd AMENDMENT 'ment'of tltls' po'-.i -',,
to the POB: Bans : person pr
Advertisement forBid October 1$. )98.4.end ; Starke"
", ,, between W. Madison $54' Of THE .1st} '
Florida rt' ; *
I ,West 100 its thence run 11:00: and operate 'd Child'' 'You and each of Voo : pttOINANCE should bp"c'p.at"Ond ; f
Information for Bid- enternd In- Civil Action ; 'tor.rpi.Nr v ",
ft run ...m. and-2OO: p.m. on FL 3209U. Core Cents*., ,'. "are hr *y '>or d '. .7A''" UN "LAH., : "b., heard ar" "
50 .-thence Day ,
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i : she 6th day ol December thtllous'.ftO"'e C herewith, ,' 'rtotlce \ i the "time end i','
'Agr..ment""c.n.rClI: Circuit Court''' of the East 100 ft,:t ithene run \ ',,; It.j k Th* tVor<; -nty' glviM* 'AnM1ffAN piece;
: \ North' 50 fri to the POB.< \984. : i' u jj I :Board ol AJjutm. .rr In ccor nc.Ffwfth'; "",. .. I Oman- :f".crlbed.. .n .1./ ,
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1 a Condition. Supplementol EtghtfvJudielat '.
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game was i the goal' early 'had 10 tackles''and one"assist. Best who earned best defensive back of still two games to go. Running back Long, 'who went' 10, to let the football go Into the end-
i in the first period, following pass defensive back of the week honors the week honors with cornerback John David Francis leads with from goat to hero in so minutes ran tone. Coach Hurse says the other I
interception which gave Lake Weir are shared by Crosby and linebacker Tony Diggs, had 5 tackles and two seven interceptions. for 110 yards in 14 carries, by virtue deep man Tony Diggs, was M much

the football on the Bradford 15 yard Michael Early.Lnnebackers. assists. Mathews Is coming along, Goat to Hero... of his 52 yard TD run Long fumbled to i blame) for fielding the punt a.
line,. Coach David Hurse points out,which on one TD drive, dropped the ball Long because Diggs should haw
Ordinarily, when a football coach Michael Early, no. has enabled the coaches to take Fullback Barry Warren and I'UDnsevera.. more times, fielded punt been and was not, yelling for Long
picks a key play, a turning point in 41,and Craig falat.reuUJJ no. 60,who Mike Chappell off defense so he can.. ing back Frank Long were named Inside the 10 and was caught for a to .let It go. .'.. (1
the game,'it'll be something towardthe Coach Sexton calls the best pair of go one way, at offensive tight end,::; y' 'best offensive backs by BHS safety. But the quick, speedy Long, Junior, running back Clintoncoaches.
end of the contest. linebackers at BBS in a long time. deceptively strong for his pencil-thin Jenkins carried 9 tunes for 24 yards
i But in Lake Weir the key to the Both are real steady, play the position John David Francis no. 5, who Fullback Warren no 10,did a real'' size, scored both Torndao TD's. QB Francis carried 3 times for 42
game was the tough goal line stand well, compliment each other, played the last three quarters of the. job blocking for running backs Long Tornado backs, by the way, are, yards
Tornadoes, pulled off against and' are around the football all the game-in pain with a torn muscle in
Jlf: big physical Lake Weir ,eleven time Early led the team in tackles his left calf, raced across the field
;, whtch'} had four chances from the with 11 and 5 assists. Falstreaux had and batted down a Lake Weir pass
i, BUS six yard line and failed to score. 7 tackles and 2 assists. just before the half which would
"Our defensive people did a have almost certainly been a rl
T: tremendous Job on that goal line Defensive tackles ,Jamie touchdown and would have put the t
Ii: stand. If they had gotten in and Whitehead, no. 70, and Chris Hurricanes,who already had a safety '
I ,, scored early it could have been a different Dougherty,no. 64;who had the choreof up 9-0 going into the half. Francis
ball game," says Defensive closing up the middle; the bread also Intercepted a pass,and quarterbacked : :
I Coach Mike Sexton. and butter of the Lake Weir offensive the entire game. His punting k's
( attack The quick*'Dougherty put Lake Weir on its 15 and 14 yard

Tornadoes on the goal line defenseare and big Whitehead, 240,'did a goodjob lines .in the second, half" setting,up ,
guards Cralgn Falstreaux and controlling the middle and con Tornado scoring. a ,,
Chris Dougherty, tackles Jamie trolling the Hurricane offense'Sexton
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Crosby, the two outside linebackers Donald Thornton no. 78, who in the last three games'
are,,Barry Warren, Billy Jackson, hung tough on the running attack of points out Coach Sexton. "If we can

and Aaron Mathews, middle the Lake Weir offense from Ills Sam continue to improve each game...", w <'' n hf> rn,
linebacker Michael Early, and two linebacker, which is on line on the The offensive line is tight ends err r
.. corners are Tony Diggs and Frank tight end s de. Thornton also movedin Michael Early and Mike Chappel, 4 '' i' '
i Long. at defensive tackle' when strong side tackle Donnie Thornton, (' '
;. "We Just got a OUtstanding Dougherty'', got hurt in the second strong side'guard Tommy Parker, '
.?.; < defensive effort;" says Coach Sex half :Thornton, .who at';260 pounds center Danny Manning weak side\'

,,". ton',,. 'can move better than, opponents guard Keith Gillingham and weak
For-outstanding 'personal performances think)is strong and real tough on the side tackle Greg Jackson, whd was,
I,, i consider. : run Sexton points out. named best offensive lineman of the
week l by Tornado coaches.
I Tony Diggs, no. '7, who 'caught Billy Jackson, no. 12, the Strong The line,.moved the football on
\1'\ three, passes, intercepted two>>' .aide defensive end, which looks like Lake Weir'' the entire game. It was,

, passes, and ran back several punts a linebacker'.,on 'the, tight'end side ball handling mistakes that stifled .. '07"..... ._
I n'' fielded and returned In traffic for 'just back of and outside of the Sam BHS scoring in the first half not the .
,': crucial field position\ and no doubt linebacker,played the Lake Weir option line. '.,':, Controlling the Lake Weir',Middle...
': leaving Tornado coaches with hearts real well. '
': Hurricane fullback Henry Roberts Is stopped cold as At left' I Is rear Is 8am linebacker
in their throats. 15 Interceptions... '. Donald Thornton,
Aaron\Mathews ,,p: 'Tornado defensive Chris Dougherty on ground at bot- no 78. At '
no, 20, played right, being blocked, Is BUS linebacker
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Richard Crosby, no. 82, who the linebacker or rover position on The 'Tornado secondary two already'hasIntercepted more':, .,, tort., and Jamie Whitehead with the,, padded arms Michael Early. 1 '

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Flag football has been under way'' first,half to lead 27.15 at halftime Jets. ;;ran 22 yards for the Bears scoring passed to' Michael Rodriguez for anextra rail 18 yards to score. Bishop follow-' :'

for the past six,weeks under sponsor,, 'and continued to extend their lead in The Jets led 12-6 after the first half'.as ''Larry Green ran 14 yards and, point. ed, this up with a 9 yard run for the :'i i f
ship:' of the Starke Recreation. the second half for a 47-21 victory. Tommy Balkcom passed to twice passed to Jason Welty. for the. third Bus TD. Extra points were >?
Department. 'Jets scores came on a 13 yard run Steven Flood and Sc ott Barber ran 9 Oiler scores. '''The Bears scored on a oneyardrun made from passes by Bishop to'' !

Current standings are: Bucs 7-2, by Tommy Balkcom, a 6 yard pass yards: Chris Rodriguez scored from, by Scott Duncan, and a Duncanto Chris Rodriguez and to Zurfluh.Bears .,.
Jets 6-3, Bears 5-4, and Oilers p-9. from Balkcom to,Ricky,Flood, a 20 a yard out for the Bucs. .In 9ct:27 action: Michael, Huggins pass. Duncan
i yard pass from Balkcom to Stephen Difference In the second half was passed to Rolland Shafer for an ex; f ,t't. '

In Oct.: 18 action:' Flood with Balkcom, passing to an extra point, giving the Bucs the ,Jets J: 35 -Oilers :7, ',:. tra point. t. 39 Oilers,26 .
Stephen Flood for the extra point.and win and sole possession of first "! 'second entire ".
The Jets led the
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Bucs 36,- Oilers 16'' another 8 yard pass from 'place. The Bucs scored on a 9 yardrun In Noy. 1 Action Playing until, i
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Balkcom to Flood with Balkcom run- by Ron Zurfluh, a 14 yard pass last few minutes of the game, the
Three second,'half touchdownsgave ning the extra point.In from' Link Bishop to Chris Oilers. Jets 3$ '- Bucs 22 bears came alive and won with two
the Bucs a. 36-16 win over thewinless Jets scoring 'came on a 31-yard late in the second half.
Oilers. the second half, the Jets scored: Rodriguez, with Bishop scoring the Tommy Balkcom. to Scott Barber Leading the game from the beginning scores
when Scott Barber ran one yard for'a extra point on a run,.and a 20-yard
of 49 and so yards by the second place team in the '
Second half Bucs scores'wer by passruns 28'
Scores for the Bears on a
TD and a Balkcom to Flood pass Bishop Rodriguez pass, and a, came
league the leaders their second
Barber, a 34-yard run by Kyle gave
Link Bishop on a 15-yard pass Interception for the extra point Scott Barber ran, 2-point conversion on'a Zurfluh to yard run by Kyle Brown yard
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43 yards and Flood ran 33 yards for Rodriguez pass. .
Balkcom. Jets extra points were high scoring game, the Jets cameout
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Balkcom to Timmy McBride pass a ahead of the Bucs, 30-22.
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Rodriguez The Bears scored on a 12 yard run runs of 35 and 8 yards'by', gins. Huggins threw a 21 yard pass
cameon,
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by Michael Huggins, who also ran''' Scptt Barber and Balkcom passing .Scores the Jets came'on a 40 to Andy Huggins who went in
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safety when Jason- .Welty caught extra points, and Michael Huggins Bears 26 Oilers 18' ,, Bucs -Bears 14 to to Barber. Patrick, Jordani,
Link Bishop in the endzone. Ron scored the Bears second half TD on a Extra points were made on a pass
Zurfluh scored the first half Bucs 9 ;yard run- In another1 close game, tne'thirdplace The' league: leading Bucs were from Balkcom to Steven Flood andtwo Jason Welty scored on a four:yard
touchdown on a 32 yard run. ,Bears edged out the last place ahead all the way in a 26-14 win over passes to Timmy McBride pass from'' Ben Hawkins for the
The second half Oilers TD came on'a in Oct. 23'action: Oilers. 2018. the third place Bears. The Bucs scored on a ten yard Oilers and on a 35 yarder as well. '

9 yard run by Larry Green. Bucs"27 Jets 26 Scott Duncan scored twice on runs The'Dues scored on Ron Zurfluh pass from,, Link Bishop to, Ron Welty also returned a punt 32 yards
'! of 11 and 3 yards and threw to Kyle passes of 10 and 18 yard to Link Zurfluh who then ran 18 yards for the for a score and Hawkins ran 21 yards
Jets 47 Bears.21 The league-leading Bucs had" ; a, Brown for an extra point, and John Bishop and 20 yards to McBride, anda score. Turning around Zurfluh toss for another. Hawkins also ran in two 'v,

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Impression at the Espiscopal;' sophomore Kelley Jackson finishingin The boys'made a real good try,kYII indicates Loper.'J'. Tlmcit l-Lori '.',,1 II..... JV drill ....._Tmiwnt Hill, CIor......
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Jacksonville Thursday, Nov.,1., With a team score of 23,' the with three' mile event. North, Florida dIng 1 so were unable to Igar.pah(11)r.- ... S AmJ.rt ,21. 21-l.lnd. Qmvltt 16,40Var.lty by. JVi iiKopii in,,I-NMM (45)
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work a. "strappers" at the Gladwell Farm, are shown riding a couple of '
their prize posneslons on a typical tbe '. ,' .'.
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Gladwell and his wife Blllie Ruth have been working together since 1962.

; conditioning and .training both quarterhorses. and thoroughbreds for. sales
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Aa Gladwell trained quarterhorseg. at Pompano Park from 1970-82. where he ;
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by Jeannine McGinn local girls. Genie Rising 19, grew up winners and three stakes horses.
in the Lawtey-Starke area. In high Speed Syndrome is owned jointly by
Have you ever noticed the Ocala- school she worked for Dowling Jimmy Gladwell and W.W. etc 'b-,
like horse farm located just south of Stables, on US 301, in Starke. That bin, Jr. of Gainesville. .
Starke near Hampton you are a was when Jimmy discovered her During the 1984 breeding season,
horse person, I'm sure you have. and offered her a position. Genie the Gladwells managed around 47
The starting gates, training track radiates that quality that a good mares that had been brought in to be'
hot-walker, snd' barns are clearly trainer looks for in a stable bred to this young stallion. Six 01
visible from Hwy. 301 manager: she possesses an inate Speed's yearlings were recently sold
There lies the home of Billie Ruth love and understanding of the, at the Ocala Shamrock Sale, on Oct.
and J.L. "Jimmy" Gladwell. This equine. Genie claims that Jimmy e. This yearly sale features race-'
couple has been working together and his wife, Billie, an ex-barrel bred quarters many of whom have b y'
since 1962, conditioning and training racer, taught her everything she gone on to be champions: Even
both quarterhorses and knows. She s now able to put a handle though these Speed Syndrome yearlings
thoroughbreds for sales and racing. on a fiesty stud colt, as well as were of his first crop, they were
Jimmy Gladwell trained condition, break, and gallop poten- some of the highest selling horses in
quarterhorses at Pompano Park tial race horses. the sale. Silver Series, hip number
from 1970! to 1982. During those Becky Cooney,. age 20 has been 76, was the highest seller in the
years, he earned recognition as one with the Gladwells for four years. Shamrock Sale. He went for an
of Florida's top quarterhorse When she 'was only 17, she, went to unbelievable.ooo. He still resides
trainers. This honor was based on Pompano Park with Jimmy'as his in. the Gladwell paddock. Silver
his record number' 'of wins each assistant trainer. Today, she Is his Series is a large dark-grey
season. He has trained a number of main exercise rider and also showsat quarterhorse colt'with perfect conformation -
champion race horses. One of the the sales. In1 addition, Becky' and temperament. The
most well-known is Miss 000 EEE, manages a registered Brahman Gladwells are training him for the
a Florida stakes winner who went on herd at the Hampton House Farm. 1985 racing season. The odds are in
and placed second in the million She has the strength to handle any his favor; he's sure to be a winner. l a s, ,4_ i1i.
dollar 'All American Futurity' in situation that may arise while handling !- Presently, Jimmy and Billie Ruth
Ruidoso, New Mexico. Jimmy also these powerful animals along conditioning'' 36 thoroughbreds'for
trained Mister Oh Jay (SI. 104) whois with ,the ability .to 'ride like the the "two-year-old Intrainingsales'

owned by. Sheriff Jennings Mur- wind', They will haul them to Ocala ..,.
rhee. You'll also find at the Hampton Louisiana, Kentucky and Marylandin .
During this time, the horse earned House Farm an outstanding gray February. These colts and fillies

$33,747 and had over 12 wins, in- thoroughbred stallion, Speed Syn- will have,had more than 90 days, .;; Standing .Ta t.. ... .
cluding four stakes races. Mister Oh drome, winner of $70,757. He standsat training prior to the sale.-They'll be ,,<"r Strapper Becky, Cooney shows off one of [the'. 'If she weren't busy enough Becky also manages' "v
Jay, now standing stud in Keystone stud there for both thoroughbredand ready for any potential buyer to run. I Gladwell's 'prize hone.' at the farm before'another. ., a registered Brahman herd at the..lJamptGn..Jlou8e. ,?;
Heights, has already sired seven quarterhorse mares. He is by In addition, they will have been '
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Behind every good trainer, there'sa year and sire of more than 40 stakes beginning, thus, these potential a\years. She went to Pompano Park with Gladwell at age' '-.'' thanks to all that experience she gets, as well aa ann-): -..'">
good strapper. Jimmy and Billie 'winners. His dam,. Post Native, by" champions will have their minds and Iii and : "
today,, < hi* main 'exercise, rider; asslstant'jtratner ante ability to handle the 'onf'I1'1.g( ( ; \ t ;:'vv'i1f : .:
are lucky enough to have two,. both Native Dancer, has produced eight hearts,on running to win. : and also shows hones at sales,+xli i ,"' .' ,. .
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of each month at 8 p.m.at the Masonic Lodge In Stark.; corner of Coll and, elude.,, ; ; ? i. Mt -'- "4 >V; 1 r .'T,L v.. Y ;It j 1'on Hwy 40.O.gins at 7. p.m. on Friday and Is over Sunday at 4 p.m.1 Saturday shoe f.f ;'
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thlngton Community Center on Highway 121.Get your beautiful handmade arts; Brownies meet Monday at 3 p.m. v ;'jKf' 'l' 'For more Information contact eiu.gm.s' 117S.I., .161h .-. Ocala, Fl 33671, '..

crafts, and baked good.:Chicken and rice dinners will be served from I a.m. until Girl, Scout meet Monday. ot 3 p.m, ,SpE' 'lil"l"" ,> ., ,404.732.7343 a 904-:4"8330... .. : ., .. ,
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Turkey Shoet..Amerlcan t.glon'Post 56 Edward.' Rdr Stork. October,?"' N..,Cranct St. Call % -69t!. : .i 2gj| ,.(
through Dec. 33. From 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Saturday only ",/.:"- UMWAI; "'otI'...Ncw. '\S oit) 'day at Flnt United Methodist Church In.Stark 4rh Annwel IHorlea': S .. 4.ht. Cnv itM A (oft"".;.Nov. 2 a :3 at Santa F*:|

Mlcanopy Pall ,..tIvaI..Arta.craft. and music.Oct. 27,9 a.m. tiI du.k, Saturday *. p1Chllllunchoon: ; tl a.m.'to.l p-!". Donation tt.OO.{ .,. .' i High School In Alochua."Begin Friday'ilaht' at 7 p.m.) first round of .fiddling.:Ail
.begin at, 1 Saturday Final,, round. : Saturday. Far more Information, .
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< library ; \ .fantod P.S.F.A./49S-a243 or ,<446-9801. ;; ..: ',, : ';" >,)'"* ;,
Keystone Alcoholics1 onymous..St.. Annls Group will l meet on Monday and* Given! by Codette Troop 320.; '"'//:11/: ,.I'! ;' ? : "t' '' r '' >> '' '

Fridays at 8 p.m. et the Sr. Annie' Episcopal Church. 473-3632.. Christmas Cantata tWr*.,........t seth Monday ot 7 p.m. through Doe,, tVaf th.ju. i- "\f \ '' \ ; '1'1 ,1l" ,' -"
Breaker VFD Art end Craft "' ''_I.wlll be held oft Saturday, Dec, 1. from 9a.mto ,lake Butlr First United Mthodlst Church.on Main $"..t.l.aka Butla>V j''i''u'l lk...' ...1cW.,Ch*. .rAea'evry'Tuadofi'nighF'at' 7:30: 'p- .fn.;cat, Swrke* ,.'r''Wornan'
5 p.m, 485-1344 between :30o.m,and noon. Deadline lor entry I is Nov. 9, Ky f.n. NlghtowU. Night version of Hammokrs Club,) mt wand.Tu**., Club, jjde1e player! cry Invited to attend. v' 1.: >- ;.',
day of ach month at 7:30 .at First Moist Church In I'WS iMMlnAS I' : Start 630 .j;
: p m. K.y.ton.trsfiAOfla"T.king'Applk.H.n..ii '? > riuli il 1i bXnghl4 In an ManaW night lit| p.m. .
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: { Training, course InclwdMt frilfr** Education. Patel ProMir Prof ..I 1M*... ......f The weight >eaWn< .MftuHer > __s soh"Tda Oyot,9M 0;t nl ot, "'. .
1 Ad ell_.:. Thls woman'. barbershop music meet eoch .
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Job Placement OITMbaseii ...la-and .
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eFEF PEO than ever on many national brands and on, quality brands 5,. WKJJ\ (T Limit 1 with".<"moN pxtMM.xcLelys. J | tir
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PRICES GOOD big savings on meats, produce,staples, dairy products and "Use TOO D.me. .:
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FIELD TRIAL ARROW AUTOMATIC "I LILAC 12-e.PKGS DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE ';

DOG $449 DISHWASHER $189' BATH 1 "" ENGLISH 1

RATION : DETERGENT sa JL TISSUE. .0 DOLL PKG. ,9' MUFFINS ; '

KOUNTRY FRESH ASTOR SAVE'20e-DEEP SOUTH 12 o..PKGS'DIXIE.DARLING PRESTIGE ;:?

CORNFLAKES. 99 INSTANT -. $-179 ': PEANUTBUTTER. $149 ..SOURDOUGHMUFFINS : I'
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30c TROPICALSTRAWBERRY 24_.PKG.DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE OVEN

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Here at WINN-DIXIE, we take special pride in our pork because | 1, S

we know it's of extra-specia'' quality. Quality that comes from o',

Western Cornfed pork the, best you can buy and the only kind ,

we sell at WINN-DIXIE. Western, Cornfed pork so deliciously plump< 1

and tender, and full of flavor you 11 never: settle for anything less. ti .

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WINN-DIXIE your place for pork'!. ? .. ..... :. .
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PINKY PIG LOIN HALf SLICED( FREE) PINKY PIG CENTER CUT PINKY, PIGPRESHIPORK WD BRAND ENDLESS LINK

PORK $108 PORK $248 $ ,48 SMOKED1'99
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LOIN , I / CHOPS La r ' SAUSAGE IA ..L
PINKY PIG(5 RIB END LOIN, END) PINKY PIG BOSTON BUTT "
ECONOMYPORK S ,$128 PORK $158 NECKBONES PINKY PIG PORK or [4 FORK CUT $98

: CHOPS > ROAST , i>i- FEET ,,q . IA CHOPS . IA
PINKY/ PIG QUARTER PACK SLICED PINKY PIG BOSTON BUTT WHOLE HOG
LOIN $"168 PORK S $178 'WD BRAND 39 ,SLABS. $108

CHOPS H'H ._. ** .I. STEAK , SAUSAGE. .,"" IA BACON to eo' IA

COUNTRY STYLE BACKBONE.. PINKY PIG FRESH PORK WD BRAND REGULARFRANKS SMOKED HICK SLICED!

COUNTRY STYLESPARERIBS $178 PICNIC $'108 or 12_ QG SLAB $138

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By Mark Frledlin the proper care of their pets. resisted their efforts to show them of their animals, it might q
BCT Staff Writer The animal population is high In better methods of care for their pets. something they can !
"My daddy never lets my cat in this agricultural county and getting Now members have moved into throughout their lives.
the house" said one little first higher and with the growth has comea what they call an "educational they will also pass some of the I
grader. "What should I do?" high incidence of reported abuse to phase" of the society's growth mation along to their parents !
I "My dog doesn't get to go to the animals both in the city of Starke beginning with the instructional program .well. 1
vet," piped up another. "How can I and in the surrounding rural areasas in the elementary schools. Rabbits, kittens and puppies .r'I
get my parents to take him?" well. "We feel we can make a good startin used by the Humane
The preceding remarks are Just a Humane Society members all the education of people concern- members to demonstrate
sample of the stories heard by Bradford local volunteers, have been workingto Ing the proper care of their pets and handling of small animals, and
Humane Society members this alleviate the problems associatedwith farm animals by starting at the necessity of having the proper ;
week as they launched a campaignin animal abuse by transportingsick beginning that's why we are going munizations for their pets under
the local schools to educate or abused animals to shelters into the schools and beginning with direction of a veternarian is I t
elementary school children in the and reporting violators for further elementary schools kids," commented ed. Members also give out
proper care of animals. action. Humane Society member phlets and booklets regarding '' ;
Members visited Mrs.Wainwrightand Members have had to face Barbara Renfroe. "We feel that if for animals following the )
Mrs. Sexton's classes at Starke abusive uninformed and sometimeseven the elementary school age children mem er's visits. '
Elementary Tuesday morning and threatening owners who have can be taught good habits I\the care The animals on hand seem .,
heard a variety of questions about make'a big difference in I '
members'presentation.The kids I
to see a cute puppy with Just one J
who had been abandoned and :;
back to health by society :/.
Attention Keystone I I FJ and a tame rabbit which was
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Residents than happy to sit still as the [ \l lI
Hampton took turns rubbing his ears. I "1
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The Lake Butler Hospital and Chiropractic Center Newsome and Renfroe,who i
Hand Surgery Center supplied a spent long hours of their own t
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newspaper Insert, which building up the society here
read/'Hands At Work..central to Starke, took turns showing I
your health and happiness." to the Specializing In students how to handle the
Bradford County Telegraph. It was I without harming them and {,
published October 25 and contained Chronic & Difficult Cases them plenty of tips on how to 1
for your area. .HEADACHES G better care of their own animals i
Unfortunately, the number for the the future.
Hampton fire and police depart- NERVOUSNESSPAINFUL Society members say they :
ments was incorrect. It was taken JOINTS be happy to visit other schools ;
directly from the telephone book LOSS OF SLEEP childhood organizations. Anyone
but that number was also incorrect. terested may Contact the society
Please'make the following correc- NECK, SHOULDER& ARM PAIN' P.O. Box) 294 here in Starke, or .
.. _-,NUMBNESS IN H"'NP5/A\WIS\ j j jo. tact Mrs: Harry Cooney'at : ; '
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the fire and police departments ,
LOW BACK LEG PAIN Dr. Richardson
468-1020 to 468-2044. Once again, the .
correct number to call for fire and ---- -
police in Hampton, is 468-2044. MOST INSURANCE PLANS ,
Please enter this correct number on
the list of numbers COVER CHIROPRATIC Auto Accident&Whiplash
emergency you
received from the hospital so you Union Insurances Worker's Comp*an-the-1ob Injuries Blue. Crow
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Vincent DeSoto Lew*,, t63, of Mrs. Gertrude Addison Smith 85, Effie Crawford-Coursorv 72. died life b soilmovtng to Jacksonville in brothers, W.B. Crawford of Lake '.
Kingsley Lake, died Monday after of Lake City died Wednesday, Oct. Mrs Essie D. Taylor 1 .is: Jacksonville hospital Tuesday, the early 1940s. She was buried Butler and T.M. Crawford of High
noon, Oct. 29, In the VA.: Medical 31,in the Lake Shore Hospital, Lake Mrs. Essie Dora White Smith, 30. from Injuries received In an Saturday, Nov. 3, in Midway Springs; three sinter, Ella Eden-
Center Gainesville following' long City, following an extended illness. Taylor of Lake Butler died in Automobile accident earlier in the Cemetery, Union County. field Winnie Conner and Louise
Illness. Born in RaTford Mrs. Smith had Riverside Hospital New Port News day. Survivors include one daughter Herndon, all of Lake City.
Born In Whortonville N.C., Mr lived in the community for most of Va, Marylin Turbevillo of Apopka; one Funeral arrangements were made
Lewis moved to Kingsley Lake from her life until moving to Lake City A native of Washington Co., Fla., granddaughter Karen Wright and by People's Funeral Home of
Jacksonville in 1973; was the retired four years ago.She was a member of Mrs.Taylor was a homemaker and a iMrs fot! 'r''ion was born In Union one prrat Rrindriaunht Nicol Jacksonville. I
owner and president of the G.L. the Johnstown Baptist Church. member of the Freewill Baptist' .j ..
1 Lewis Crab Meat Plant Inc. in Survivors include four daughters, Church. / --
Jacksonville, and he was a U.S. Ar- Mrs Gussie Hersey of Lake Butler, Survivors Include four daughters
my veteran of World War II. He wasa Mrs. Reath Johnson of DeLeon Spr- Mrs. Vita Merle Quattlebaum Mrs.
member of the Solomon Masonic ings, Mrs. Rhenda Thomas of Lake Doris Heirs Mrs.Betty E.Couch,all '
Lodge No.20 in Jacksonville,the Ancient Butler and Mrs. Ethel Gaskins of of Panama City and Mrs. Emily L.LEGARF'ORDl
and. Accepted Scottish Rite Lake City; four sons, Ray Smith of Grace Anderson of Lansdale Pa.;
Bodies;: In Jacksonville, and a Middleburg. Morris Smith of Max- six sons Frank J. Smith New Port
lifetime member of the Baptist' Vllle Melvin Smith of Macclenny, News Va., Willard O. Smith, St.
Children's Home. Mr. Lewis was and Earl Smith of Jacksonville; two Marys, Ga., Thomas A. Smith. Ran I '
also a member of the Disabled sisters,Mrs.Edna Rosier of Raiford Bridge, Va., Aubrey Smith of Lake Starke
American Veteran Chapter No.61 in and Mrs. Wilma Williams of Lake Butler Charles M. Taylor of Florida .
Starke and he attended the Baptist Butler; one brother Seeber Addison Panama City and James E. Taylorof ,
Church. of Middleburg; 36 grandchildren 64 Klssimmee: 31 grandchildren and
Survivors include his wife 'Mrs. great grandchildren ,and 18 great.great 18 great grandchildren. '
Vera Mae Church Lewis of Kingsley grandchildren.Funeral Funeral services were held from IS HAVING A
Lake; four daughters, Mrs. Terry services were held Saturday the Chapel of Blackburn-Wachob
Lee Ivey of Clearwater, Nov. 3, at in the Archer Funeral Home,
Mrs. JoAnn 2 Sunday, Nov. 4, at 2
Agins and Mrs. Charlene Ennis both Funeral Home Chapel p.m. with Rev. p.m. with Rev. Andrew Danley of- .......e.. ...**....**. *..**.**.** *.* ..& ........................
of Kingsley Lake,and Mrs.Christine Roscoe Creed officiating.Burial was ficiating. Burial was In the family
l,. Reddish of St. Augustine; his. in Sapp Cemetery in Raiford.Archer plot In the Piney Grove Cemetery,
mother, Mrs. Leona Whorton Lewisof Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Duncan community. SELL DOWN SALE
Kingsley Lake; one sister Mrs. : ':
Clara Stolty of St. Petersburg; two
brothers William B. Lewis and, MR CONDITIONING & HMTING **.***......********..*.........*........*.................*.**.*..**.....** '
uclid W. Lewis!both of Brunswick
Qa.;,; five granddaughters and three NEW INSTALLATIONS ,
grandsons. e + SERVICE ON ALl MAKES TRUCKS
ALL USED CARS AND
: Funeral services were held HEAT PUMPS :
Wednesday Oct. 31, at 1 p.m. in the '
C..lones ENERGY SAVING! UNITS (
DeWitt Chapel with Rev. H+
Greg Douglas and Rev. O.D. Moore MASTER LICENSED ,
officiating. Burial was in Evergreen '. INSURED & BONDED.REASONABLE DRASTICALLY REDUCEDI!
Cemetery Jacksonville, .with RATES
Maspnfc Rites at 'graveside. Jones
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
SINCE 1969
arrangements. ,
WAYNE KINNEY 1984 FORD LTD DOOR SEDAN '
']; ,Leonard L. Grant :

!; Leonard Lacy Grant, 78, of C'ilKTHICAl \ .@,ATING j Alp COND.rWMtlING / I, LIGHT TAN PAINT WITH DARK 'TAN INTERIOR, V6 ENGINE,

light Keystone, Nov.Heights 4, at, his died residence Sunday i.. __._' REFRIGERATION/ |, AUTO TRANS., PS, PB, LOW, LOW MILES, LIKE NEW. OVER

following. a long illness. I 64.87861 M1.000NEW; .'. . . . .'. ,.. .'. .,. '. ...-. . "" ..'" SAVE *8.888|
Born in Roanoke Va.t Mr. Grant ,
moved to Keystone Heights from ,
1984 MERCURY MARQUIS 4 DOOR SEDAN
Cincinnati Ohio in 1968. He was a 766 N THOMPSON STARVE '
U.S.Air Force veteran of World War .. TWO TONS DARK BROWN AND LIGHT TAN. V6 'ENGINE.. ,
and he retired insurance' I
II was a '
Salesman with Western & Southern AUTO TRANS, PS, PB, POWER WINDOWS, SUPER, CLEAN AND :
BRADFORD-UNION
Life Insurance Company Mr. Grant I NICE ALL,THE WAY .-. .? . . . . _u. . ...'.'.'. .SAVE -. $9.288|
was a member of the Melrose Seminole. Boosters Present.

Rite Masonic Bodies Lodge; the No.Syrian 89; the Shrine Scottish Club' (C- ) An Evening With 1984 FORD"ESCORT WAGON. LX: (

!in Cincinnati Ohio and the Com- LOCAL ONE OWNER CAR WITH ALL THE OPTIONS, SOLID
munity Church in Keystone Heights, GENE DECKERHOFF ,
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Survivors include, his wife,, Mrs. t :'WRITE: PAINT' WITH BLUE, CgSTOM INTERIOR, LINCOLN 1 $

Evelyn Ann Hillebrand Grant of ''TheV ice ofthe; Semlnbles" TRADE-IN .'. . . . . . ."/ ? ."'; .'. ..,.,SA VE. ?,gBA
Keystone Heights; one brother, Clifton -
"Jack" Grant of Roanoke Va.; I 1984 FORD TEMPO 4' DOOR SEDAN '
four cousins and two nieces. *'TirneFlorida TUESDAY NOV. 20
Funeral services where held at 10a.m. j .LIGHT TAN PAINT'WITH REAL PLUSH TRIM, A PERFECT '"
the Year
of
Nov.: at Sportscaster 7:30'American: HallPlay..byplay FAMISAVE7.488 !
graveside Wednesday with Rev.* Eugene 7 Haas Legion I LY.CAR . ... . . . . ... a. . ... ...
man fpr on Edwards Road, Starke

and Burial Rev.was Leamon in Keystone Ward officiating.Heights FSU Sports and' *, Hors d'oeuvres : 1983 TOYOTA CELICA COUPE I,

Cemetery with Masonic Rites at the i Tampa Bay Bandits Door Prizes E O Ll2i9
NEW T-BIRD TRADE-IN OWNER WITH '
vesite. Jones Funeral.llpnTY, of r ... \;
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. Keystone Heights.was in :cargrolrfanaeiment rf: |*Vof f d'Most Popular "' Game Films '- !'i'!;OR5( : ) ..M1lES.. .w. 1TERS'"V: .:....$1au ;;; r-, ,\\ia
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contributions may be made to the 3 ,:" \" --t 'AI>
' Gideon Memorial Bible Fund. Florida IS INVITED! t".., ,
LOADED WITH PSr PB, PW, PS, BUtrkEtSEATS, AC,.SPORTS II- '"" tt .

| CONSOLE AND WIRE WHEELS, REAL CLEAN, ONE OW'NER'S'AVE. $
,
SAVE BIG ON THIS ONE ... . 8,888

1983'MERCURY COUGAR

Wheel Horse 0WALDO ;SOLID SILVER DRLOOKSANDDRi ,,LOADED WITH' FAC.SAVE $ <988
TORY OPTIONS A LIKE NEW : O,

1983 MERCURY MARQUIS I .BROUGHAM 4 DOOR

AND. THE'. ',TWO TONE BLACK & SILVER,WTH| : RED[ TRIM, LOADED WITHAl

: 'THE TOYS, :YOU..MUST. SEE THRONE' BEF.ORE.yqU .BUYANYTHING ,

s "BIG HORSE,! .... ..- .., ". ; SAME $8,888

'1983 CADILLAC' FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM 4, DR

.,;,, INVITE YOU TO (ONLY 20,000 MILES ON THIS FINE CAD. IT: HAS,EVERY OP-

AVAILABLEINCLODING'LEATHERINTERIORIJSOLD' ; -
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j S'AVE" "1,982 FORD THUNDERBIRD HERITAGE COUPE'' .

Ferm THiS., BIRD BEFORE,' $OLlD 'WHITE PAINT WITH THE CARRIAGE
+ *'si .. SEE, FJNE! .r- yOU.BUX# .
And R I .ROoFf FULLY COMPUTERIZED DASH ANq.:VE.RYOPTION OF-

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; /ITHALL.T.HE bpripNSJsEE! .AND DRIVE, THIS:: ONE TODAY SAVE,:,. '*1G"ft 8 8
j:;' Balanced. Briggs ..'-..0:r.l'. L i.. .. i.."i .. .4 +<*?*'* alti, 4. A ..*-.-... 4'bJ* .V**/'. .*"-"..'A'01. _'
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:AT :MANY, MANY MORE.'CARS &, TRUCKS TO, CHOOSE 'FROM' :pan:

.'t WALOOFARMERS, SO' COME: ON'IN AND LET l S SHOW ,YOU YflUR NEW' CAR '


AND..FLEA ,MARKET FOR THE FNI ST USED CARS IN NORTH FLORIDA AHO TIE BEst DEALS AROUND(mORE YOU BUY AHYTHWt. ) I

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> Six Bradford County residents and ford County said Sheriff Reddish. Garry Dennis Wells, 23, Qt' rke .
two out of county residents have Norman was arrested May 23 in was charged with possessfonpof+ a
been arrested by the Bradford Coun Jacksonville with Sheila Marie controlled substance and sal *of a
: ty Sheriff's Department and agents Starling, 21, they were charged with controlled substance. Wells'/bond
of the Florida Department of Law trafficking In cocaine, possession of was set at $6,000. .
Enforcement. The arrested Included more than one Ib cocaine, possession "The amount of the bond Indicates STRESS!
the owner of Sonny's Bar-B-Que In of marijuana and drug the Involvement of the Individual in
i Starke, all have been charged with paraphernalia. That trial date has the illegal business," according to
cocaine dealing. been set for next Tuesday. Investigator Wiley Clark. There is a ,
Those arrested are Johnnie Blaine disproportion number of cocaine
Thompson, 43, of Lawtey, chargedwith Also arrested were; users in Bradford County for a county -
twelve counts relating to con- Michael Stephen Bryan, 29,Starke this size, said Clark. .. ,
charged with four counts of
spiracy to sell a controlled possession Cocaine is commonly sold 'on thestreets' .
of controlled substance and Art +f
a
substance, conspiracy to traffic In a in amounts of one ounce .
\. controlled substance, trafficking in sale of a controlled substance. Total down to a gram,A fair street price is' .
bond has been set at 160000.
$1,500 to$2,000 for an ounce.
\ a controlled substance,sale of a controlled -
Ewell Frank Craft, 29, Starke
substance possession of a Four vehicles were also seized at
controlled substance delivery of a charged with possession of controlled the time of the arrests as the I
substance and sale of controlled
controlled substance, possession a vehicles were used In the cocaine I
substance. Craft's total bond has
drug paraphernalia and one count transaction: A 1981 Lincoln.Continental -
been set at 50000. and a 1980 Ford van were
driving under the influence of a controlled
seized from Thompson. A 1975 Ford
substance At Thompson'sfirst
Charlie Harrelson 30, of
Simpson
pickup truck seized from Michael S.
Nov. 7 bond was
appearence Lake city charged with eleven
reduced to $1 million.lewis counts involving possession of a con Bryan and a Mazda pickup truck ,
Jacob Nurman, 41, of trolled substance seized from Timothy A. Bryan
,possession of drug
Sheriff Reddish said he requested
Wellborn is described as a 'signifi to traffic
CaraPhernaliaf conspiracy FDLE to assist his department In In-
cant cocaine trafficker dealing in ed substance, con- \ ,'
multi kilo amounts' of the illegal spiracy to sell or deliver a controlled vestigating the Illegal possessionand ,
sale cocaine in Bradford
drug which he then sold in smaller substance, of controlled of
delivery a County. All of the arrests were a .
amounts to other dealers. :.
substance, trafficking in cocaine .
result of this undercover investigation -
Norman was arrested in the Duval
and sale of a controlled substance.Jlarrelson'a MANAGEMENT
County Courthouse where he was appearing total bond has been set which took place over the past
on drug related charges in six months,.with all the 'buys' being
at $1 million.
that county He is charged with trafficking made directly by agents for FDLE.

in cocaine, sale of a controlled Timothy Alan Bryan, 23, of Starkeis Norman The investigation was supplying revealed quantities that of Stress can be physically and emotionally damaging to your health. This course will'

substance a controlled, conspiracy substance to trafficin con- charged with possession of a con- cocaine to Thompson who; was help you develop techniques to manage stress through time management,assertive- .
trolled substance and sale of con- ,
a
spiracy to sell or deliver a controlled trolled substance. Total bond has distributing the cocaine in smaller ness training, relaxation practice\and lifestyle change. ,; j
substance and grand theft. amounts to be sold at the street levelin ? ,
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been set at 100000. .
Norman's,bond has been set at $6 Johnny Dewayne Spencer 28, of Sheriff Bradford Reddish.County, according. to TUESDAYS, November 20 & 27, December 4 & 11; 700.900: : p.m.
is confinedin
million on all counts. He Starke with of
charged possession
Sheriff Reddish praised the I.
"Norman the Duval County and Thompson Jail. are controlled substance and sale of a and expert law enforce-professionalism FEE: $25 preregistration; $30 at-the-door, $30 for CEU credits \< ;:

responsible for a large portion of the controlled was set substance.at$10,000 at his Spencer'sbond first ap FDLE.ment techniqes, displayed by .the _.l.t -- -- sarisws-----s.eaa.-----i.e\ .
cocaine being distributed in Brad-
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J REGISTRATION FEES: Registration feel'are I,
Chimney Fires .. refundable It the BH Center for Health Name
Some say carrying nutmeg In the' and fitness to notified prior to the start of j
pocket prevents rheumatism. Are Among the Top 10 the std class Once the class begins the lost first "; middle, Initial
Homo-Fir. Hazard registration to*becomes nonrefundable\ Mailing Address "

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And Family BH Center for Health and Fitness. .'
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922 East Call Street
The longest known reign In history Sale Chlmn.ywas Starke. Florida 32091
that of Pepl of the sixth Egyp
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age of six and ruled until he died 94 Chimney Sweep9Z132tch A a member Florida noMopro at Santa.F.*_Hhcoie1".11.cora corporation..Inc.,
years later.

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(Across from Highway Patrol Station) .

2303 N. Temple Ave., Starke, FloridaHUNTER'S 'The Country Store For More"' :1-

'it' ::4 .:s." .!hone''"9$4 4 ,1"f",or r,':,96I7AA" New' Hours: Open 8330'6rn -,7, pm Monday ?0ESati3rday? .,. Ii
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A ;New,. November 30/30 10th Winchesterto 30th : FOOD SAVINGS. ] ;f'I';' : ,




Any Buyer of a New Home! PRODUCE FRUITCAKE PRODUCE I,w


The Best Deals in Town, with SugarCane Stalk,75C: MATERI Ls Mustard, . Bunch 99C. .

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all the 1984's !/
Already 99 Collards 69 '

Drastically Reduced Pineapples. ..lath ',' Bunc

Come Out and See .'
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Decor Ida Sue for a BargainBAITS Bell Pepper. *'& I lettuce Head

$2.89b.or
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on our Holiday Collection ,of. RIBEYES . 1 ....h:;'. $3.99 CHOPS . . .. $1.99L'1.39 ,"
20 Studio Quality Color Portraits, j..,,..1 ,.

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9 Reg, (2)(3)5x7 8x10 SHORT. RIBS.. : :ff: q-.f.Ib., ..1.59 RIBS ..... . . . ;'... .'.:. .; ; .
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BABIES CHILDREN ADULTS FAMILIES HEADS OFF I, .1 ir:1' ",7..+( $ O ', :1"I"'I,,'"../II' (-.
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I extra portrait limit-MlnoamustbeoccompanledhyonadultSotIr-texturedflnlshat One package: per subject.| 81.00 each additional' lubjecl In ROCK SHRIMP . .,, .r ," ,. .'.,. lb. -C. UI"1t-;LILY: ,\":./.''.., .,....... .? \ ',.

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1 Wed, Thur, Fri,.Sat. ,Sun; Nov.,14,15,16718, :'J '. ',"'' ; 19'' $ 36"f
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trames, red felt stock- host ;.;& FOR HOME EC. HOLtISII EXPERIENCE '
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Set For November with names, for San-!' Circus Nov. 29 $>'; CLA55? THATS DON'T BE ESPECIALLY1' FOR 'M''LN. IRALIZEtYOU: WERE GRN x 5AW .n,I''
There once was a church'' de ornaments toys and games"I fof the tree< The KIwanis club of Starke will..J: FOI1 GIRL51l A PRffNE., P 50NAliy, J FEEL SUCH K DEDICATED)
a bazaar! and the people wreaths and embroidery hosting the first circus to come 1l' IT SHOULD &ftOME AND SINCERE, GUYS
near bazaar.and far to this church' wall hangings for all Starke in nearly ten year: The cbS; A 1IfQUlRE COURSE.. ''1 tt err r.
cue will be performing on Thursday, a+xe .'
They found free deserved a second Nov. 29 for two shows, 5:30 and ft' : '
doughnuts only a dime to and plants, a white Bradford County,, .. A
fairgrounds.Tickets
friends while they pawed., baskets'V' and'who can resist a i i:
Inspecting the goodies;so book? will be $3 for children 6 ., '
In the Home Bakery lunch from eleven tit under 14 and senior citizens and $4' ,
luscious cookies and candy', /' (for a $2 donation) by for 14 and over with,proceeds going
cakes, oh, so that for with desserts available, toward the clubs sponsorship of T! "
guests won't handy very last crumb. Special Olympics and other pro ,.'
The Country Pantry had you've read this little grams for local disadvantaged. ;
and Jam preserved and to come without fall to: children. "
enjoy with ham. and United Methodist You may purchase tickets at Den* \
pickles, thank you ma'ma. Starke. Thursday, mark Furniture and the Chamber at
There were handmade 15 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m Commerce offflce In Starke.
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Arrests in, BC at Skyline Mobile Sales and r l'tit r Samuel D, & Patricia y'Bold Bond Reduced on Former COs
;' Traffic Violations arrest after he alledgedly""kicked a parcel of land in the Moodyvllle '
': Ira Bradford County Local authorities certainly received Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Crawfordwas area to Earnest D. & Lorene Wilkinson
no respect over the weekend according released after a $630 surety for $26,900.Carson" One Still at Large
Arrests for traffic: violations during to the arrest records. They bond was posted. :" Marjorie Turlington sold Suspect ,
the past week in Bradford Coun were kicked,struck, yelled and cursed a parcel of land on Forsythe Rd. ,
ty include the following. at by most of the people they ar In another incident at Starke south of Starke,to Henry F.. Hodgesfor Bond was reduced on three former1 mains a fugative. Harvey was
Ronald Frank Easterling of rested. Lanes Nov. 2, Chet Anthony Rice $17.500. correctional officers held In introductin of contra-
Keystone Heights was arrested Nov. addition several of those arrested was arrested for disorderly intoxication Carl E. ft Marion Douglas awlJames 'ford County Jail on charges of smugbandafter the August discovery of
3 for driving under the influence according tried to kick their way out of and resisting arrest without V. & Joanne S. Rowe pur- gling contraband Into prison. One contraband inside Florida State
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. the patrol car, they were additionally violence after he kicked the officer, chased a parcel of land on N. Lake man remains In custody. Prison.
Easterling was released on a $325 charged with resisting arrest with according to Patrolman Groves. St. in Starke from the estate of E. A. Circuit Judge R. A. Green heard a Edwards and McKenzie have each
cash bond. violence. Bond was set at $210, he was released Edwards for $8,000 request from Assistant Public entered a plea of not guilty and are
Called to a disturbance at Starke on his own recognizance. Also arrested William M., Jr. & Virginia L. Defender Glen Weiss, that the scheduled for the Dec. 17, trial
Jane B. Roy of Gulfport was arrested Lanes Nov. 2 the Starke Police were was Donna Sue Crawford.24, Abernathy sold a lot In Mt. Pleasanton original $50,000 bond was too high. docket, according to records in the
Nov. 4 for driving while unable to get peace without arresting of Lawtey for trespassing after war- Silver Lake to Rufus R. & Mary Judge Green reduced the amount on Bradford County Clerk's office.
license suspended, according to Patrick E. Southerland,and:21. ning and disorderly intoxication according R. Hafer for $16,000. Claud Sheffield, 43, of Starke to Sheffield entered a written plea of
Patrolman David Cr,unr She paid a Michael Ernest Southerland, 20, to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Lassie W. & Clinton E. Daughertysold and he was released after a his case has
$59.25 fine.Patrick Arthur Dewayne Thornton all of Bond was set at$210, she was released two aces on CR-225 south of Surety posted. He and nbeengutltaced on8the January trial
Lawtey. Thornton is charged with on her own recognizance for the Sampson Lake to Harold & Diane C, Brian Edwards, 34, of Raiford were docket.
Daniel Galvin of Seminolewas kicking fighting, ''resisting and charges. An outstanding warrant Godwin for $ .500. Jailed on Oct. 4. Bond on Edwards On Aug. 1 a search of the max
arrested Nov. 4 for. driving criminal mischief; Bond was set at a from Dade County charging her with was reduced to $21,000 but he remains imum'security wing at FSP turned
while intoxicated according to Sgt. total of$2,300 he was released after possession of a controlled substance ,William R. & Elmo G. Aldermansold in Jail. Both were charged up four zipguns In the possession of
Wayne Wilkinson. Galvin was surety bonds were posted. Patrick -' drugs had a bond of 2000. just over 4 acres on US-301 south with receiving unlawful compensation inmates, .22 caliber ammunition,
released after a $325 surety bond Southerland was charged with Crawford was released after a surety of Starke to Life & Praise Ministriesof introduction of contraband and hacksaw blades, homemade keys to
was posted. disorderly Intoxication and obstruc- bond was posted. Starke, Inc for$31,500. possession of more than 20 grams of unlock cells, tools capable of taking
ting by false information, he was Jerome Johns sold a lot on Pine marijuana. locks apart, fireworks and knives,
Judith McKelvy Crawford of also released on his own BC Land Sales Avenue in Crystal Lake Homesitesto Byrdus McKenzie, 47, of Lawtey according to the Department of Cor-
Hampton was arrested Nov. 2 for recognizance.Bond Reach $338,300 Johnnie H. & Anne M. Mon- also posted a surety bond after his rections. .
i driving while license suspended, according was set at $210, according to tgomery for $500. bond was reduced to$30,000. McKenFour inmates1''allegedly were Involved -
to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Patrolman Dwight Groves. Recorded land sales in Bradford William R. It Elmo G Aldermansold zle was jailed Oct. 9. He faces in the conspiracy by paying
i She was released after a $210 cash Michael Southerland was charged County reached $338,300 last week. two acres Just off US-301 southof charges of introduction! of contraguards to bring in weapons and
bond was posted. with resisting arrest, battery of a The largest sale was for $150,000, a Starke to Keith L.Jones for 6700. band including marijuana and .22 other contraband items but their
law enforcement officer and DI after home on two acres on Bessent Roadin Troy L., Sr. & Mary Long sold a caliber ammunition and hacksaw names have not been made public by
Timothy D. Roberts of Brooker he alledgedly struck the officer In Starke sold by Warren E.:'>& parcel of )land on CR-235 near the blades, unlawful compensation and the prison system. Assistant State
waws arrested Nov. 3 for driving the back. Total bond was set at Abigail W. Rauhofer.: to. Morris B.,& Moodyville community to James E. conveying tools into a prison to aid Attorney Tom Elwell said the inmates
under the influence according to $2,150, he was released after a Sharon B. Williams. & Marie M. Oden for $67.600. I escape may not be prosecuted and
Marshal Tommy Raulerson. surtey bond was posted. Townhouse Enterprises of Pla.t. Jack M. Courtnay sold I a lot in A, fourth suspect, Roger G, could be important witnesses. for the
Roberts was released after a $325 Inc. sold a lot in Knight's Subdivison Keystone Club Estates to Paul E. & Harvey, 31, of Keystone: .Heights, re state. '
cash bond was posted. Ronald Lamar Crawford of Hampton to Charles L. & Shirley A. Jenkinsfor Phyllis J. Futch for $4,10.FOR .
was arrested Nov.4 for prowling $4,000. { '.g
Lucien Moise Gauther, 32, of
Starke was arrested NOv. 2 for driv-
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REAL ESTATE PERSONAL i
ding to Patrolman Gerald Barrette. RENT SERVICES HELP WANTED

Bond was set at $210, Gauther was 'i
released on his own recognizance. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING DORMAN Will AND SEPTIC TANK PROCESS MAIL AT HOME) $75.00 per
County PROPERTY If I don't hove It,'I'll findIt MACHINES FOR REM Union CountyTim. Package deal: 2" or 4" wells, water hundred) No Experience.: Part or full !
Just ask. JANE S.:, USHER. .. 150 pump., new' Installation of septic time. $tart Immediately. Details-
Joseph David Stewart, 38, of Main Street Lake Butler ;;!
496-2126 or 496-2903 tank, drain fields and lift stations. send self-oddress.d stamped
Phone 496-2261 for TFN
Starke arrested Nov. 2 for driving information ,
while was license suspended accor- AdsREALTOR. Union County Realtor," MOBILE HOMI Clean, furnished, 2 BR, Mobil. horn pel* available. All enveloped to.C.R.I.! 6092 P.O. Box
ding to Patrolman Dwight Groves. < y 12 X 65 near Worthington Springs.Adults work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- 3149 Stuart, Fl 33495 4-pd i
hl man 275-2191. UFN 9/1 10/1811/8
only. No pets. $225 mth.
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No 1 lease NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal GOVERNEMNT JOSS- Thousands of .!
plus security. phon.
Subscribe I Ift 375-6614 (Gainesville/ ). 1-pd 11/8 and pruning. Alto firewood, oak and vacancies must be filled Immediate
Will Care ForElderly ""* pin for tale. Call Thomas Nettles ly. $17.634 to .50112. Call
Quality Lake Buffer/ : WANTED 496-3823.: ufn 12/22 716882.2900, Ext. 31032. pd 11/11-25 .
I I Call Vicki Will KEEP YOUR CHILD IN MY HOME COOK AND WAITRESS Crossroads
4962261n Weekdays, Raiford- call 431-1774, Restaurant, Hwy 100 and 121. Now .
Auto Detailing I My Home WANTED TO BUY Old Carpenter Tools. taking applications. 1-'-chg 11/8
'I.We Clean'Cars. Trucks. Especially/ old or rare plan. Will INSURANCE .
& All Types RVs. For more information, call Keystone Hgti. pay top price. Phone 468-1551, morning -. YARD SALE f
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15% to all) ,. WANTEDi Responsible party to take Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978.; LeCROSSE'COMMUNITY YARD SAllf
Mary Kay BeautyConsultants 431-1234 Stark: ov.r low monthly payments on spinet Complete Insurance Service. TFN. Nov. 3,.at the Big "J" drive-In Hwy
Call Monrs piano. Can be seen locally. Writ. 121 a variety of Items, amply parking
Dealers Welcome .. 964-6305 Credit Manag.r; P.O. Box 537 FOR SALE 900500.: : 1-chg 11/1
.FREE PICK-UP a DELIVERY 'helbyyllle,. IN 46176. 3-pdf ,YARD SALE FRI. AND SAT. On 231 byClark's
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Come &by Ella lake McMahan Chevy-Olds or, Dwayn.ask for Janet M.Starling. l 1913 PONTIAC; FIREBIRD Good eond.*, ?cake Grocery.decorating Household supplies furniture and
St.v. T-top; electronic tuning stereo miscellaneous Items. Phone
Bowen. I- Mainos Real Estate spoiler.automatic transmission tilt- 496.3010:1-chg; 11/8 -,
For Appointments Call RENTA steering power steering/brakes, SAT. Nov. 10,9:00..m.till Three f fami
782-3931 496-3978 Realtor. electric' windows, V-6 engine. Phone ly. Two piece'' living room group..
Mon Fri..-, Sat. B-3:30F7ricePerms f 4963789. ufn Misc. Items, clothes. Hwy 16 prison 1
Lake Butler Area -2'/-10 Ac.; '$2,000 per 1919 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOMI. :24 X housing area followi' signs. 1-pd .
1)) Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on nice large, -5 Ac.: Pv'd frntgj 1 M. 3 BR. 2 BH, CH/A, large den and TPO
?;' kitchen w/dlshwosher and, stove. REWARD '
shaded lot. Central heat and air. -12500.2O Ae.i Cov'd In pin.50 .. Currently on rented lot: will not need ....+r..;; I.
2)) 3 bedroom.2 bath home on large. landscape JObe} moved, $19.00Q.lu. $500 equl- "
Ac.i$30.000. ; .r ;IMFOIUMATION To"
;, r' lot. Central heat & a/r/ ., '-.rvh. ,IWMMva.lki.,,,.....-* '.TATQ\II OtOCK J HOME)f* ., r .,)y,.., Easy financing ""!'/IPW',payment'e.:* .'jUMOW-Mttt. AN RlODfttBIX. For LEADING gas ank."",'"" ..
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bedrooms$, 2 baths. REMOTE QUIET SET weekdays, anytime weekends finder, from boat I In, Lake Butler' thatwas
BR. 2 BA. $37,750, WI
TING:2 vandlllxed and sunk Oct. 311 Call
4)) Large residential 'lots owner financing many 19U" HONDA OOLDWINO MOTOR CYCLE
large trees some available for mobile homes. -14 Ac. 51,7SO"p.r Oc. 1100 CC.ngln*..fairing. Best of. 496-2261.2. -pd t1/8, -IS :::1:, '
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Raiford Area $25.500. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Frostfree '
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FEED STORE: 45000. HOME refrlg. $173, washer $129. dryer \ :
IHairpBanes 1)) 3 bedroom 1 1I/a bath brick,home on one acre LIQUOR STORE $123;new sofa, chair, coffee and end Hallmark Cards ,: 1
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AND LOUNGE table$200,new queen bed$100,new .
of land. Has central heat.
SERVICE STATION, ,ENTERTAINMENTCONCEPTS double bed $73, king ,. wat.r-bed 7H6 11.' I It
$ 2)) 3 bedroom 1 / bath frame home on opprox. $40,000 $300 super single. waterbed $125. 'aFrlcla
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Reg. MO00 NOW one acre of land. Central heat. -3 BR. $25,000Pov'd : ,ti: Phone 752.5455. I-chg 11/8 f SHOP H i, 'A:I>!:.!t!J: .l'143'.61 '
Offer Good for Limited Time Only For prices and more details, call Irontag/, HOUSE AND 21 ACRES IN PROW : '
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HARRIETT MAINES, REALTOR 964-6946 room, dining room- 20' X 40' swimming / :. '
964.4645 ((904))782-3931 ;,1J t ..
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118 S. Thompson SL Lake Butler, Fla. 301 S. Lawt., hookups:Other extras-Term. Phone 'I,

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Brooker News Mrs. Allen Crews of Brooker. Clyatt also played her own original Awards were presented for the Most Improved-Amber,Combs. Pierce. and Shawn' Thompsons" ,
The club, a member of Florida composition, a march tune used In end of the first six weeks of school. Third grade: Student 6 Weeks dent of the 9 WeeksJo.. m"r. '.;
X'IIb c.' -' .., ,Federation of Music Clubs, in its Bible school. ', .They are as Stunt : August Jenkins; Straight, 'A't-Amy Fifth grader! A- .S1\lW1t Bum
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"Sue" Davis continued\ efforts to support and enCourage Mw JDene Ward played a coon;" ;'m ndergartcn: of the 0tWffks Crews and Shondee( Lewis; A-B-' Phillip Crawford,'Josh,Larry
Baby Shower Held the growth of music appreciation position! Olive Dungan called"Peacock' -Emily Corbine, Eugene Carman Jason Corbine, Parrlsh and Chris Snow. '
For Charles voted to make a $100 *, This selection is said to( '" .first grade: Straight Mary Dunne,Mandy Garrard,Chris Sixth grade: Straight A..JOsh.
A. Futch, III donation to the Bradford High be a poem without words.The music -Matthugh Crosbr' Kelli Griffis Ross and Malt Stafford; Academic Crawford, Christina Bath; A-B-
A baby shower was held Oct. 9 at School Chorus.It was also decided to allows\ the listener to envision the"peacock Nadia Hardan Urrutia; AB- Achievement-Jamie Wilkerson. Nancy Arnold, David Hall James
New River Baptist Church continue a scholarship for voice ritual of strutting preening ,Melissa McLeod,Julie Robinson and Fourth grade: Straight Miller, Kevin Snow, Kyle Starling,
Fellowship Hall in honor of Charles training. fluttering, and spreading: the Wendy Williams. A's-Stephen McLeod Josee Miller Tammy Wilkerson; AcademicAchievementBilly
Arthur Futch. HI, born Sept 22,son At the close of the business tal:feathers. Mrs. Anita Countryman "Second grade: Straight A's-'Megan Larissa Scott; A-B-Mitchel Gainey, Barnes and
of Charles and Suzie Futch of Lake meeting a musical program on played "Somebody Cares" Pillow; A-B-Erlc Wtlkerson, Amber Justin Kendrick. Eric Mason, Jace Kesiah'Manning.
Butler. Women Composers was presented. by Fannie Edna Stafford.A Combs, Rebekah Achievement 111 .II'' .' lllrlUllu.udlllll._ _lrniJIlnlDl___
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Games and refreshments were enjoyed Eloulse Ramsey played piano dish luncheon was enjoyed ;
by the guests, among .whom Selections"Abiding Love" by Gloria by all.Breaker. Amy Hallmark, Ryan Mason; Math
were the honoree and his mother Rowe and "The Bible Tells Me So?' .. Achicvement-Rebekah: Welch; Stu RON DENMARK i in INSURINCll
Suzie Welch Futch; his maternalgrandmother by Dale Evans.Mrs:Blanche Brown School News. dent. of 6 Weeks: Kristy Starling; "
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: Time Take Me Back'* and "I've Toke 100 South .Keystone, take! right. on 0 Home life'' ,
Riverland Music Club, bone My Work''.
Met Thursday, Oct 11 "Mrs. Vera Clyatt read'an excerpt, 24th Street, ,folloW signs or 211,7 N. '
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deep appreciation for the many wishes to thank each one who extended Custom Clocks & Swings 10. x 10's30 month .,
kind and sympathetic acts that their sympathy for our grief and more Call For Further 'Information '
came to us our recent .during the death of our loved one. \ '
bereavement we especially appreciate The thoughtful support through Compare .pur prices & Sqye. ,964-7071. .J
the food flowers, and prayers, food visits, calls, flowers You'll love our atmosphere .. "All Nature Sings of Jesus" t "
prayers from Kingsley Lake Baptist and 'memorlams were deeply ,
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