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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Worth noting $110,923 is Low Bid in Project to Pave Laura Church Road .: '.i; I _L LA ,


apparent low bid of $110,923 to county has done the subgrading the next few weeks to pave the 1.2 The paving of Laura Church Road rested for. years with no< funds ,

pave the 1.2 miles of Laura Church work. miles or' 6,200 linear feet of Laura will extend some 1,000 feet past the available. .r' (

Parade Route Set. Road has been taken under advise- The county will not haul limerock, Church Road which is NE of Starke Ellington Road intersection to get to Other four roads '011 the paving ,

.. ment by the Bradford County commission as it did when paving the Speedvllle and takes off eastward from the corner the Laura Baptist Church and to the priority list are,'In order of priority: "' ';;.

Route of the Christmas paradewill Road near Keystone Heights last of Old Lawtey Road and Market trailer park at NE 11th Street. 'J i : 'I. ::
begin at Bradford Square Shopping The low bid. was submitted by year. No money was saved in haul- Road in < Starke and running Extension of Bessent Road to. "

i' Center, go north to Walnut Hipp Construction Co. of Ing and storing the limerock, and eastward toward Kingsley Lake. Based on costs of paving the meet Flume Road, about 3/4 miles.
Street, turn right on Madison Gainesville. Columbia Paving of storing it is not necessary, commis- V Speedville Road last year, it will : :>

., Street, a left on Thompson St. and Lake City bid $133,881. Watson Con- sioners emphatically declared Mon Between the local gas tax, which cost $250,000 to $300,000 to pave Eunice Loop Road, north) of

a left onto Call St., and back to the struction Co. of Gainesville bid day, Nov..5. _, th6'
Florida Bank parking lot. $181,029. The bids were turned over Plan is to pave 2.44 miles of Laura September.1983 at the rate of around With '
If that sounds the same as last to engineer Jerome Kelley. for Church (NE 20th Ave.) and Ell- $20,000 per month, and the regular passage of the local 4-centa Forsyth Road, which y'loft'/ : : '

year, it is. Police Chief Jimmy evaluation.The ington (NE 10th St.) Road:The coun- state gas tax monies there is enough per gallon gasoline tax, the commis- SR-100 just south of Starke. ,
Bowen okayed the use of US-301 as bids include putting down ty is still in process of securing right- money hi county coffers now to build sion hopes to pave at least one road '

long as the parade moves quickly, limerock and asphalt,, grading and of-way for Ellington Road. the 2.7-miles of Laura Church and per year. Lake View Drive in the Seminole i

leaves on time, and gets off 301 as sodding the shoulders, and planting Ellington Roads, according to Clerk Laura Church Road tops the coun-, Ridge Subdivision off SR-21 and on,. ;
soon as possible. It was determinedthat grass to prevent washouts. The' Work is expected to begin within Gib Brown. ty's paving priority list, 'where! I it Santa Fe Lake almost to Melrose., .u.

North Walnut Street Is too ,, ,, ,,, C.MiV .,.
for floats and "" .
rough marchers,.says III il "I" 'ti"- 'f:d. !'
Chamber Manager Michael t.t 1.: '
Cooney. Peace 'TimeEmergency :

The parade Is set for 10 a.m. I ; .

Saturday, Dec. 8. .
Theme is "An Old-Fashioned j
Christmas." All floats should work :
toward that theme. :

First place float will win $50, se- ,. :

cond place tits, third place $15. Applications _
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required for all entries,
will be available by this Friday, >>
Set "
Nov. 16, at the Chamber office. CUt- Plan

off date for all entries is Dec. 5. -lAfr "a ...J
The parade was switched to the
morning hours to accomodate the All agencies involved (In the Com- .:

Bradford High and Bradford Mid- prehensive' Emergency Plan met ,
dle School bands which have been Y NV' /.WWM1MI +W 1p lM '' Y 1S 'Tuesday morning at the Rescue ,;

invited to march in a televised building for the final drafting of the

: parade in Ocala later In the day. : I'" { ,f + i. plan. ,
I .1 L4 4 ,, i' "Wr, '-county-wide plan covers

.': On the Downtown..., ?ft; t 'peace time emergencies such as ...
hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding and --
l The Downtown Progress Committee hazardous materials.. Bradford
i; (DPC) will propose its plans to 'j
,
.. County is a prime target for an ';'
downtown Starke to the
revamp Ci-t emergency involving hazardous:
ty Commission at its meeting Tues- materials to
according Emergency. :
day, Nov. 20, at 7:30: p.m. Service Director Cliff 'Chapman, .

The committee will propose that With US-301, CR-100 and the railroad

r the city create a taxing district and running' through the county,, ,the ..'
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borrow for the revitalization ;
.,000 county needs to be preparedsaid
',: project to be repaid over 30. rlyh't' Chapman. .
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years for the project. Funds to ar'4 Representatives from.the police,

repay the loan will be raised by Increasing sheriff, firecounty commissioners), .:

j the property tax of the 31 f 4 school board,, lied Cross, public:; ..;
i.. 'downtown property owners _involv-t' '.health and the Bureau of EmergenCyManagemefltloidCivflDOepaelF'- ; :
J, ed: The DPC has signatures*21'oaf .',,1j, '
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other property owners. .''"
All downtown businessmen are Near.Disaster>/\.vrAlthough ; ,
urged to attend the city commission -
;: meeting.See 'the 'plan involving the
agencies is 'still,'in- the Harming'
article on the proposal
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stages a near disaster was'averted.
elesewhere in this issue of The
recently on US-301

Telegraph. A tanker truck, hauling 8,500

Meetings... gallons of motor lubricant, was
sideswiped''by' a vehicle towing a

The Bradford School''Board will .. trailer' just north ''of Lawteylast,,
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meeting Monday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. '. t. ,, I.. .A. --' \ .. .... ... ..... ,.-r.t month.'The gate valves were rippedoff
for its regular monthly meeting. the tanker allowing the lubricant'to

Nothing unusual Is coming up, according They Care... seep onto the roadway ;The,

to Supt. Tom Casey. Pre-game ceremonies above, Friday Airstream trailer' overturned .and
The Starke Commission from the'
City propane gas was leaking
night observed Veteran's Day,
meets Tuesday, Nov.' 20, at 7:30: Including the unfurling of a huge traileras well,as gasoline,"from' 'the
p.m. in city hall. vehicle. ,
Bradford
American flag as the
High Band played The Battle Hymnof Lawtey .Correctional., Fire Dept.
Pecan Auction.. a& first responded to the accident, call-
: the Republic drawing applause
In
ed Services who
A second pecan auction of the fall of both Bradford and.:.;.Hawthorne Emergency' ''
turned contacted the Hazarous
is set at 1 today (Thursday, k7JArI fans..
Nov. 15) a f.m. State Farmers Middle school band memberswho Material Team, made up, of Starke
Assistant. Fire Chief J .
.Market on US-301 north in Starke. came to practice Friday got Dewayne.Hardee
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and firemen
the duty The,
There Is a bumper crop of pecans r ,the chance to unfurl the big flag on ..
lIazMat Team responded to the acct
this year and auctions are set each Bradford High'JROTC member
Thursday until the quantity falls Lamar Crews, left takes wreath dent using.the kit which had ,been
made after Hardee ParamedicDan
off. from Girl Scout Leaders. Mrs. up ;
and Fireman Lott
Pecans should be weighed in bet- ? Diane Tierney and Mrs. ElizabethWalkMVlnthewrealhlaying Cuddington
}R Y ." H Williams returned.from training,In
ween 8 a.m. and noon, separated by ;
St. Augustine;' 'After> the leak was
and in cloth Monday morning at the'r
variety, bagged bags. ceremony
Cash buyers except those licensedand I Kji 'courthouse,'sponsored.American' plugged a DOT dump truck brought'In
sand to cover the spill the road
pn;
bonded, must put up a $23 cash Legion Post 56.Organization. .
tanker
and,a 'county; 'arrived
be credited laying wreaths at way
which will to
deposit
!with 5,000 .water to wash
.,' gallons of
purchase, refunded in cash in case the foot of the American flag Included i.
down the V1
there is forfeited if the DA V, Post 56. Jhe,408'Honor area. ),
no purchase, or I
1 ; VAlthough\, this1 was'pot plannedand
of Post 59, Woman'sClub. "'
the buyer fails to claim his purchase. Society
% fuel it
Kiwanis, Senior Citizens. was not a volatile provedto
be exercise and potential l
Chamber of Commerce, Girl a good "
disaster was adverted, said Chap-
Bazaars. and Concerned Citizens.
Scouts
.. .a', '",,'" ,,. .:ti,-,'M'"', ', ',, man. "All the agencies; involved' did
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'This in Christmas Bazaar week. 't : I'' ; :. 'J,.' :, '... .a fantastic job.r Vr-

.f; with three set i-' I .:; *' J': ,' ", '') '. A planned exercise is In the fture;
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that
First United Methodist Church at time the. total emergency

Starke, today (Thursday, Nov. 15), plan wUl.beJested' $ Mid' Chapman; _
7 a.m. to 3 p.m.WorthJngton Veterans Honored.; : ; > /, !

Springs Christmas ., ; F

Bazaar, Saturday, Nov.' IT 10 a.m.. { ". ,
to 4 p.m. : HSJBan-t ;
Church of God, Starke Saturday, ; ; .

Nov. 17,7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Local Patriotism Evident in Observances: Here,>. <,:,f .'' ( I ,

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EJitplorer'TroopNow Eyes misted, ,echoing trumpets those gathered to honor American| the/ assasination of India Premier. In- world, We've" seen 'them faiKln\ To 'ColnpeteSat. ; : ; 'I

Forming. sounded taps, aging arms snapped .veterans: /:::.: ,s dirt, Ghandi. various nations;'thrown out by host '
stiff salutes as the Bradford High "There is no doubt in mind ] J i 'Who eventually found T'
'Explorer Scouting Troop is now { my ?v All around us we see elements of governments I"
Band played The Star Spangled Ban that'professionalism is alive,, and| them distasteful. all watch in
\ forming For moro information, a new kind of warfare. It''un
.p' call 964-6911. ner, and wreaths were laid at.the 'well In the Armed Forces.This is extremely -i conventional warfareterrorism at horror as they force. ,,their will on .. atUF; ;: 1 :
base of the American flag in front of '
,
.' important now, more sol Its worst. So it is a tough time for us, Af anlstan.; *w ) "
the county courthouse. than ever before, because of the? a time of violent peace "At a time when the USSR finds _?"
,The Bradford
Karate Classes... Some 100 patriotic souls'gathered critical world situation we .facea "As a consequence,we in the Arm itself somewhat "ostracized., it is Band will .':
Korean Karate Branch School ofPak's to honor the.fallen and living time of 'violent peace.' >/ ) ed Forces find ourselves the midst 'especially:{ important that our Armed Bandmaster's "

;,- Karate in Jacksonville is 011 American veterans of all wars in a :,S; of the fray trying to do everything Forces continue to demonstrate we Contest this Hllbe'Marl;

'r 1 fered at the Starke Recreation wreath-laying .ceremony Monday, ..Busy Year..... I we can tc bring stability to various' have the, right; deterrent-stuff We ,Univ rfllty of ( :

Dept. on Tuesday and Thursday. Nov. sponsored ,by .American "This has been' a busy year for|K regions. At no time since the end of :must: continue to ,send .a, positive': /The 'Tornado. .

ul Classes; to 9:30: p.nu> Legion Post 86 of Starke.. your Armed Forces. We had the !i World War II has this, Cation faced signal to that nation-and others-that, ,l& i ;!traight 'u er1ot' i'-p" ''l,1 ...
in the
;.: are held upstairs "Veterans 'from Bradford County tragic shoot-down of the: Korean!''j,l' more difficult times, aggravated we are ready,/If required; to ftop? highest possible,' 8tl UriS. ph'HcIestlval -W

Old Armory on 1JS..30Ir'Ages 7-60 have fought in eight wars during the Airlines Flight 007. In the Sea off'1.:,principally by the frightening alt .fo/' 'mischief.; ; ,, .,points'out Drbotoq] $ '
All Instructions by '
attend. are '
may Black Belt Rick Rosen past 150 years.,Therefore, Veterans Japan-: We saw ,a state-sponsored S.1 I'; native to peace as modern weaponry "So, we have' a very.dlsturbb1.1world Celt who hopes,to, make t,17''stF tttaniExee1Ient
2nd degree and nation .r -
terriorist murder of 241 of our brave becomes more awesome situation a trying "
Day, November, 11, is to every claro''f. 11\1"
..:;. student of Master Pak with its responsible I(,
: back, be remembered and revere." marines and sailors early one lSUn.t'day ,r. to com: to gripe \ ;;
: '"it- -. wrote E.L. Matthews in an editorialin morning In Beriut. We'had' ;1,\"' Soviets a Concern...; '1 ty of world\ leadership on the 'one .(' ; f. ;

",":' : Fuqua Representative The Telegraph last week.. Eastern ,Caribbean 'states t 4 nother' element of concern isthe 1'hand, and: military services In the ('At'MouUyIe4> ai; :, 9 .

,; Schedules: Stops... \ SUlly resplendent in his red,white ;;' ,our help, to come in and .aeltiij Soviets.: W 've'aeen them walk bMt .tlteeoI,.dliMH sines.IhQ end'J e bend: Ien I "" '......... '

"' C Congressman Don Fuqua,. and blue "Marine dress uniform, ,residue a bloody coup on I eut of the Geneva: talks when their. ','of'World War n worW on the sl..; : wee': I.'="'----....reS., ar'.. 'oFI .
paradise Island of Grenada.the ne currtHrt -"-" :::
Marine Colonel R.C. Korman, commending -. propaganda machine failed NATO'sresolve :
D-Altha, announces that a pndictant. Because of our Irthargy 'Nov.10a&.1. ."! .
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continued push of M .
officerMATSG Cecil to counter their 8$-20 "
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be ,
;j $ < representative of his office will ;,.< *: Leninist expanionism in '.our total;?: missiles with. and malaise t In the last..decade a ,, INeDttltrle,, "
Field called this day for Americans: our ;PeraMae ll's,, I'' '
Nov:20. '' "'tnirted1ovraelvea t TaF
the town >> i
in on .
:, v r f foBowlng We watched we've time ,which we < ; : f,
k hemisphere. m4MRals
to come together, to think seriously' seen them backed: into a core and ei ',: ,
'if"/ .The schedule is follows events, in: Rangoon tit.m r In believed. our nuclear 'a M'
k?d; J as :I .about their reponsibUiUea to the nation the aftermath of the Korean the t : '.1, '
affhtence'would day
;" e. i!. Starke, Courthouse 9:30-10:30 to protect cherished freedoms\ Korean diplomat werebloody'aaaslnation airliner shoot-down. We've seen carry t' '
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'.,' \is a.m. ; Keystone Heights Post Of-- ,in the. current. state ,' ;Dor-
, a}. *:i,flee,'1:00-148pm.and; Hampton,,, ; .. assaslnation of BritishMlniaterMairg Iwo the Soviet.anti SovIet'jOMectie MuuroM for our own defense. ......:_!'JI,' ", "r."lt. I

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Local. .Vet D Patriotism: Evident ,' ,I

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from.ceIA) Hard' labor is considered either both''safety and acceptance'tdl stan 11

InC this period supposed detente drudgery or punishment or,at best, dardization. Management has
we essentially executed a unilateralmilitary 'a necessary evil. And, the man who become computerized,'mechanical, q r ,
freeze relative to the works harder than his fellow worker and conformist while workers are
relentless Soviet build-up. nowadays is considered not only willingly compelled to let unions do 1 '.1
"In 1980 we awoke to find we were foolish but a danger to the ecomony. their thinking.
woefully behind, and had left the He is even liable for reprimand or "Perhaps, the pollution of affluence
door wide to world-wide adventurism penalty by his union management. congestion, automation, :1
open and lack :
money, of purpose, which
the Soviets and their
by sur Gratitude Unfashionable... has in Just over 200 years managedto
rogates. We are now working hardto foul ,j
come back to life, and to hold our "Additionally, the art of being up the national. machine,
western world leadership heads high thankful In America has not progressed -needs- a new filter.
;
again."This. in spite of over 200 years of "The young have new, clean, 1
Is a particularly Interesting all sorts of amazing things to be strong filters that can screen out the
thankful for. good from the bad more 1I'
moment in our nation's history. The quickly than
record will someday show that we T> we older worn-out people; In youth, I'I'II'
either came together to deal with "The gifts of life are more and lies hope.
world events, or that we could not. more taken for granted and the "We must be confident that the "r.w
"If we cannot come together, the general belief Is that we constantly spiritual pollution,which has changed 9, ap" 1
result will be the demise of the deserve more than whatever we so thoroughly moral a nation Is i 4,
freedoms we cherish. already have. For example, the not as strong as the powerful spirits ,
"But there are good things this nation common response from recipients of it was born with. S ...+ 1 F 1, II
is doing and every once in charity (now called relief or "We must be confident that in living "
awhile we oujht;!: to recognize them. welfare) is that the gilts are alwaystoo for today we can dream for u :'S GS ;S'
When we have Grenada-like victory small.Voicing gratitude is out of tomorrow and learn from yesterday.Change :

for God's sake, let's capitalizeon fashion, rare, or unheard of. 0. ...
It. in Thinking... ,)oo. ; ..-JIIII'E
"So, it Is a very important time for Era of Indifference... "Perhaps the greatest change In wr.Il't' V' I";' .. ;". '.": "' lt l\--

all of us to think seriously about our "Everyone knows about 'the American thinking occurred in the r cot
responsibilities to this nation. We American heritage' but, when ask- middle 1800's. Abraham Lincoln i n In Observance... ,
must try to elevate ourselves above ed,, few can say what that heritageis. sensed this and was duly alarmed. Some t
the degrading aelf ly everything we're doing as a na- made us different, what tilted degeneracy appears to be pretty Monday morning for a
tion."It Europe off her moral base and rapid.' He then spelled out the trend fallen wreath-laying ceremony to honor
Is time for America to get its created the foundation for a United of change In a thought-provoking lyY and living veterans.
act together, for all Americans to States of America was Independenceand paragraph remarkably pertinent to Col. Korman...
.wa.
start pulling together on oars in consonance total respect for the individual.The our present time. P
with the time-tested Declaration of Independence Quoting Lincoln again, Col. Kor- hrl 'P'w Featured speaker, Marine Col.
democratic principles on which this stated that the greatest human man said: 'You cannot bring about 'w l B.C. Korman spoke of an era of Indifference 3
nation was founded. benefit la Independence that in- prosperity by discouraging thrift. ( the work ethic, and the. 3A
dependence shall be the American You cannot strengthen the weak by threat of the Soviet Union.
The Work Ethic... way of life and the American weakening the strong. You cannot 4 4t
"Once upon a time in America, Heritage."Independence. help the wage earner by pulling Snappy Salute...
hard work was part of life; it was and individualitydo down the wage payer. You cannot A veteran of one of the eight wars
one of the pleasures and satisfactions not take indifference lightly; they help the poor by destroying the rich. over the past 150 years offers a snappy
of living. start to decay when they are Ig You cannot build character and salute to the national anthem. .,
"These words might. have a nored, and today Is an era of indif courage by taking away a man's In-
ridiculous ring to our ears, so condi- ference. itiative to independence.You cannot
tioned are we to the popular "Apathy is an Invlnclple and Insidious help men permanently by doing for
American creed of seeking the most giant. Individualism is In a them what they could be doing and Christmas Dance 'j w,
pay for the least amount of work. twilight of its favor.Mediocrity finds should be doing for themselves," Set Dee. 1 at BUS ---

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A Christmas dance' Is set Saturday
Dec. 1, in the Bradford High
BHS Band... gym from 8:30 p.m. to midnight,
under sponsorship of the BHS Student HAROV RE:
(from page IA) Council.. STORES
Admission will be one toy per per
rate3 excellent at
separate unit, was '
Moultrie. The percussion line son.The 1984-83 Mr.and Miss BUS will Holiday Gift Center .
members are Richard O'Steen, be announced at the dance. ,
Gray Spengler, Eric Nazworth, Entertainment will be by Smash
Robin Brown Ray SAuford, Lottie Shannon from 1100. r WIN a1985
Cole, Mike Gowens, Kevin Blanken- Attire will be coat and tie for
ship, Mark Traylor, Sharmin gentlemen and dresses for the
Wilkerson,Chet Norman,and Carrie ladies. ,FIJeep.CJ
Foster. The toys need not be brand new,
The BHS majorettes received a but in good condition and clean.Toys
Receive Tot
of excellent at Moultrie.They Up
rating collected will l go toward Christmas
are' : head majorette Rosalind Lennon boxes for local families .. e SlOOInfHEETrue
,Donna Parado.Donna Langley, Value
Lorrie King, Cindy Rogers, Kim Dollars. '...,,
Casey Anna Ward, and Melissa THE! BRADFORD
Williams. J COUNTY TELEGRAPH Come.Jn For Details

The BHS flag corps also received a Published Thursday .. :'L,:, "
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Carla Andrea Piggott.Williams, 'Pam,' MikeHa, :;aA + dJa f """Stark.; Florida 32091 '1 IiJI: I es' tNknaTlyMlrnn. { n

Parents of band members shouldbe PoulciftModel ,. Second Class postage paid at
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extremely proud of their hard- Starke, FloridaSubscription ,
working students, says Director HardwareHOURS
Rates:

Bell.The band was ranked second V In-trade area: $10.00 per year
lowest In its first marching Contest 2000 .:
5.50, sl'x months IJS301 South Starke
BHS :
of the fall in tough competition.
played first, and got to see other with 16" bar''and chain' '". Outside 'area: $11 1. per year Monday. Saturday Sunday
bands perform. Then followed the 12" bar and chain : .
excellent rating at Moultrie. ..f.m.extra! $6.00 six months 8 a.m.6 p.m. 10 a.m. ,5 p.m.

A reg retail value of $209.99 j, -,

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Brooker Bazaar... .., ,.'
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ment will be host its first annual $15999 (CHARDS.S
Arts and Crafts Festival. this Dec. 1 ,
from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. '
Several artists are already lined ,:Florida Pest Control Starke Power Equipment"- '; I;';

up.from Applications anyone with are any being type accepted of hand- 539. E. Call St., Starke 322 S. Walnut SHOES ,; : :,,; ,

'made articles,paintings,woodcarving 964-5745 964-8560
needlepoint, dolls, etc. Dttrfcuttd by Thlgpwl OWrltuUn.Inc.,Bo ass TIKon,OA 31794.Cltl(912( ,3831Mt .
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For information, write to BVFD, Although MOV dMMr hu n1pmlausIynolIAad01th4albssaneb4Mdudd.akramaynp ,: _: l ,,, 10t E. Call St. Starke (Formerly Stan's Bootery) '
partleipMK one you wlKt doM not a.a her Md or coli((112))3S21396"fnwnaal.Naoum.olalNrNauaranaaadaquat
or call 485-1344 between 8:30 a.m. clock.xJwtlMd pnce. ';
and noon. WE'RE OPEN!;
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To the Voters of, Bradford County, my deepest We're putting, things together, so come in and tell us what

thanks for electing me your new County Commissioner = you like. New shoes are, coming in everyday, but you, can

District 5. ,;;, save'now while we're remodeling.



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i:: ,This election could not have had the outcome It did;if not for the voters Hush Puppies By, iAhpst01180

#. j- of Bradford County who had confidence and trust in me. My sincere a& .' 1,1,88 ..SASTheyre:

.. predation for your vote and support, I hope that I will never''betray thattrust $2488 5 ," -. ,

and that I will always be the kind of commissioner you will be proud S ,.11*...'22.99OxferifA (, ; on,SaleStarktfs ;

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t4i':' Also, thanks to my families on both sides and to my,helpers for all their" Maay' .(Mm Md StyiM.- '0-: IE .'\ .. f.
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Conservation ': Or din ; :Postponedfe'diMore I Swamp Land ,G a AB 1Donated

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j'ofkfie; gj&n'tj" ;N1nns; kl; ii aMt l,J to ''protect I I i:Itt.'11f, L."l".>kid"\!! : b: J l\ ; ;i t to mine peat in there," Morgan. .side.. of Sampson" Lake, whem'1'" .! i Ii county'f.. "either go tnlo a mail nearby lake or .;

tlon ordinanC haS been''postponed 3 from mining and' development. l'' plans to build a basin to launch Into Lak.$art Fee.
days, until De :. 3, to allow local property Chairman ,Hodges assured! I 1 I ;; \ can mine the peat if you can boats. ., hanked Zoning utrector L.M Gaines said
owners to wrtteOfIapruulleea members of tile Santa Fe Lake I the heatj"; Chairman Hodges ..retired purveyor M.G. McMillan for that Iff'effluent exceeds 3,000 gallons
the' same Wx Of'l!lGeorgla Dwellers Association, Harold !; 'Including ;; !! \ the offer., per day the U.S. Environmental' Protection .
-PacifMc.) > its presldient dill,
; Agency has jurisdiction\ ; over
Ronnie Ne mad la making arM 1! the ordinance will be signed :in i 'Backed IW zoning board In all the type of waste system used. .
fangements o donate some 150i December, thatthe! county''Is nc t tip other Nov. s action, the comb' seven rAcIasslflration projects for '
acres in the swamp to the county or to any shenanigans. Hill did no( ob I I.I' : ';,1; November. Harold Hill said the typeof -Accepted year-end money turn-
the Suwannee River Water Management ject. ; i c t.F t" waste system for the proposed backs from: Property Appraiser
District ;SRWMD), according Commissioners noted there are I'I' told by:veteran's service of shopping center at Midway on SR-21 Jimmy Alvarez$24,578; Ta*Collector
to Commission ;; several''' land Owners around the ;, Bill Haas hat he plans to retire should be revealed before the area is Esther Hall, $'.583; Sheriff"
Hodges. Other.propert'lowners have' edges:.of the swamp who May,want \ ;: but will work on temporary rezoned. It has been his experience; Dolph Reddish, and Clerk" ,
also i expressed an interest In. to donate landl\ G-P does not own the I. : / "k\. Hill said that it's a goOd Idea to Gib Brown, $ ,$14.15511'er1.. Brown
donating,, prpperty around .the,, entire swamp;; < I '{ '; J \ i<'j know,what's going In before property pointed out Alvarez doesn't write the
swamp that would be in the conservation Don Morgan,i iSRWMD executive 'i ,'' offeredi: a l00 6 survey, at no is reclasslfied. Effluent from the county ,a check! but carries the
zoning(!t.district ,the county is director was Ins! rke Monday and !;' { of Cypress" .Run on the west proposed shopping ,,center must money over Into next( year's budget:
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DEB Savs Starke Must. :T aws.Concerning Hunting '

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The well at the Starke power plant k:> There is no evidence whatsoever I, ;y,{ :
must be tested for pollutants since it, of contamination'' of "the' well, i : : '.
Is only 20 Met from fuel tanks, Ruckman said, but the city must foot f ,;:: .
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engineer Don luckman(! told the city'commission the? bill, estimated at several thou ;; n Private Land Explamed' ':
al its Nov. 6 meeting.Department sand to have Ruckman's firm'put in : :
of Environmental; a ,!lumber,'of well points to teat for t : ,
Regulation representatives visited! fuel oil in the ground water "A$ you' i': iI f
the site, said the well Is too close to1 know, recently 'there has been a Jot I' : "
fuel storage )tanks, and ordered'' of agony ;over ground water .con- ;i. I '
testing for ground water leakage in lamination' !" ," Ruckman' ;ibid, the ; are some of thecurrent: laws relatetQthecrimes' ) ? : 1
to the well for possible contamination -, 'council : .
said Rutftman, of the firm of There, is no time frame for] the, ;, Trespass and Illegal Use of Firearms. \ '; '

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Jacksonville. kind of citation Ruckman stressed. h ''
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: the test program which will be I I ,:; read the below Statutes
are urged to Florida and
Youth BasketballRegistration : drawn up by his firm''' and,must ,be ,
approved by \>DER There; was ,no ) : :\,i! :
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Progress... themselves
way to know Nov.. 6 how manywelll; i vern accordingly! You are reminded that viola

Youth Basketball registration( points wilt( be ;Required, ,' :
began Nov. 7 and will end Dec. 5. said. i i of either of th statutes. ,. plus others, can result in your
This program 'is for boys and girls, DER rerquires that wells be, 100'<
ages 814. (Two leagues) The pro feet' from fuel tanks, Ruckman said.' ,; If' you do not own the land or'' have'permission from the
gram' 'is free Games are1' played: The well at the power plant is one ::

after school. of four the city uses. It would not be / in charge 'of private property to hunt' or trespass:
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For more I formation, come by' an emergency should the well at the
the 'Old Armory (across from the''' power plant have to be shut down. ,should stay'off., C ;'
high school)) Monday ''through Fri The well Is 550 feet deep and}' has ,I same, you.... .I
day, from 8:301: a.m. to 12 noon, and 1 been cased part''of the way down1,but .1 I, ,
Center 5:30 p.m. 'or Pratt Street Ruckman said that had to be determined <. ,>{ -.t ,:i ., ,

from 3to 5 p.m. too. : I i i'I 1 1I / to this informattbriy'ifor
requested keep
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A'night exercise class began Nov. ture, :referral. All vioqtipnsshould| ; ..be. .reportedfqTipe. ( ;1 Bipdr' ,;
13. The course!is five weeks,long, on! I .
Tuesdays and [Thursdays.'Advanced, .. .1 ; : d. County Sheriff's Office;.,964'' -6'280.9'L161;; P',>;!'/u@@/c'" t. /.;'\\'I,1r.; {If'.' U"*/!'\ i

aerobics Is a{ 5:30: p.m.j exercise; : ; >/.' t. .,.I'. '' .j I''a: ,. ,111't'rieCCiii': ';'!/ ". \ ,' .. /AHtltr.) ..1 h
from 6-7 and beginning) 'I I wish to extend ; .
p.m.; : r ', r St ," ,f'' M\\\j C ; I t'f.o'td.l rf
aerobics at 7 ptm. Dance classes are I .. f ,, 'j I.. ..,. ,
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$2, and exercise$4 (fee Covers entirpicourse ,' preciation to thej' ft. REDDISH SHERIFF'D '; .,t': "I,v.o ';
held upstairs In ,
) Classes are "! f f. )l i' ,<10\1:1>J ,
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An organizational meeting will be Republicans that In any public place or on the vided in s. 775.082, s, 7751083: or s'.
held Tuesday,!'Nov..27, at,,7:30 right-of-way of any paved public 775.084.
in the Old Armory to discuss pans! : paign. I consider; th : .0<.t' Legally ,enclosed land; road, ,highway or' for a Men's Basketball League.If inr ceda' 'I posted. ,whosoever knowingly discharges '. 810.115 Breaking or .injuring'
terested in having a team, 'come, toi\ ; |(1) : id shall be legally, any firearm over the right-of-way ''fences. Whoever ''Willfully and
the meeting, Dept. I efore the meeting : I anctohed |,by a legal fence: ..highway, or street,.or over any Injures, or cuts'ony fence,or any
f better countylgo v@ when there shall be placed .occupled be part thereof..belonging..t ,
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< I 1, the boundary of said land In"anner :"-., \ a.lni4ddeemeenorlot I the ..enclostna land:M\k.biatif\N* I on f
II 4 1 ':tI" I w ..iJ I I. ,t I ; herein pro vide'"L.wfWnfM; .tJb.hRI11)I << "as.pro- _,nvliy bq r aatRtedttil trd kwoken'i11
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n'Employ ent'Qi.-t'Up liThe 1! 18(1' that if shall not be This section does shall. not apply? any fence belonging to or enclose

Thanks ary Jo erect any ,fence to' land his shall be
; i : $ a person lawfully defending Ing not own guile
U.S. Bureau of the Census will!: ; + any portion of the boun' life or property or performing official ty of 'a misdemeanor of the first
conduct its regular survey on employ ; Holtzendorf; ; !: I IIII of the land formed by any duties ,,requiring the degree punishable as provided in
ment and unemployment in this area Ben ; gulf, bay, river' creek or discharge of a firearm or to a per S. 775.082,S,775.083, ore. 775.084.
during the week of November 19-23j; I, 't't son' discharging'' a firearm on
according to iforrest Cawtey" Jr.,,; ''I (: >The fences, enclosures and 'public i roads 'orl properties expressly 810.12 Unauthorized entry' on
Director of the: Bureau's Regional Office : I 'posted t notices, when erected, :,approved for hunting by land; prima facie evidence o4(
in Atlanta! and maintained as herein, the Game and Fresh Water Fish trespass.
j" uired shall'be notice to the Commission 'or Division of' (1)) The unauthorized entry by
X41', '" Jic: that the land enclosed Forestry.firearm any person into or upon'', any ?
11\\ : I eby is private property upon, ,< t. enclosed and posted land shall be
\ Le Notices I ; unauthorized person( to re 1 I Section 2. ''This act shall take effect 'prima facie evidence of the Intention -: ,

.)'- f i o, ; :: 'I Off of or to depart from !said October:J,198. ,_ '; of such person to.' commit an
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.t'I'.. ,''. ,",1 tt. N J' 1\", ',/I.".. i i'T I I : )'Posted! notices; require. 3..1978.,: '; "' enclosed and posted land without
,'. 'COUNT.V I t{, *- Posted notices to the P : < permission of the'owner of said
:;: ,.r BRADF as' required by s. 588.09 Filed in Office Secretary of land by any workman, servant,
', COMMISSIONERS hose
'j'H,1 i I be signs Upon which there State.May 3, 1978 employee, or agent while actually
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mode application :
aM1: {| appear'' prominently;; In let engaged In the performance of
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: I of not Jessi) than 2' Inches/ 810.09''Trepassd'on'property\ his work or his duties: Incident to
., "l I(; 'r> and Planning' Board' for,, I i ,S! r .. I' the word ''posted,"and hii, : other, than structure, ore Con Such employment and while
i'i reclaulficatlon of'th., s' .
) there ,shal ap- under the supervision direc-
,. ,d..crb.d: r f I theretp veyance.- or
r"N .proportyr w : (the; name of the owner; .. ((1)) Whoever Without ,:being tion, or through the procurement'
MI! b.low EA. OR and{ rl jl'f' I, '
of said land. authorized licensed invited other
froc'; '< ,;'"" 4' I'RSP 'a ,ThalcSV' .;;;' r y -M4 posted;notices shall be plac willfully enters upon or remains supervisor foreman. employer,,
':.'alp Conicrvat on 'category )H ,. 4r ..r ; along;; on or:' close within the'' In' any: property other than a ,or principal, or in '.any other;
',f' :'Include "on.."" ion*" ,r a of any legally enclos- structure, or conveyance as to capacity,, shall be prima facie I
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district: CV.'It I. 'h4In-! "' i' t or posted land in a manner and 'which notice against entering or evidence of the' eausing'and'ofthe '
tent of this district to' t $t4H N.rw P ( sucn: position as to be clearly remaining is given either by actual procurement, of such act by:
protect 'environmentallyteniltlve ,r !" "' r I able from the outside of the communication the offender the ; supervisor foreman', ,
..... preo. by." ,en- 4'' ,' and: said notice. shall, or by posting fencing, or employer, principal or other per''
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couraglnd that ,Uch .4wti +5 4 placed not further; than 500 feet cultivation as described (sin s. son. : I
., 1 land.,, be g.ed,'!for';'' oc- : I 1 ; along;and at each corner, 810.011> commits. the''-offense of (3)''The,act committed by any.
:. \,\ tlvltle. wh cK' do not 'Impair -"' ,., "' 'P'' the boundaries of the land'apd trespass on property other than a person or persons of, taking 't
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'. '' ; .their natural! func-*4)I ; at'each gateway or opening i structure or conveyance. trasnporting, operating, driving
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"tlon., '*uoh ,0. ground'water 0 the'fence enclosing! the same. ((2)a( ) Except as provided in ,,or the. act of permitting or' i
.' .' Iv ; *control, *nd IpoItj,..'ton";. j tf 1\ ; 't i: I' J boundaries)' formed by the 'perty' other than'structure or' transporting of, any machine
'i Th* regula4''tion I '. +' trees Is misdemeanor of 'or draft
,,.;'abatement. tp mentioned herein on conveyance a tool motor' vehicle
i I ,wr'.''(" In ihl I' dUirkt are;' C.r i C'' kI 1 posts close to the banks of said the first'degree,, punishable as animal into or upon any enclosed
I ti intended to' permit 'a\ t in position so as they may provided in s.775.082 OJ:s. 775083. and posted land without the per: ,
,; reaonabl< i 'u.e 'of" pro-"* t l } I- I i ,noticeable U> persons,, app '(b) If the offender defies an mission of the owner of said land
.r Itp.rty In o//lchlng the boundary, formed ''order leave'personallycom' by, any, person -who is not the.
! JdnJ 'the Compr! h.n.Iv.Plae,',- I $' '' 'I said waters., municated to him by the owner of owner of such machine, tool, '
.<- .ft-G t while at thet-tome .time I P I r / I the premises or by an authorized vehicle, or animal, but with the
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prevent tl* creation,of j, xa i d I 1st-'iea': '' 'hak ng 'Wildlife on person, or if the offender willfully knowledge or consent of' the:
1 1'r )., ,,,condition. : which would .. ., T' ii'f i ''I'' Ili,! I,I'' !* land fU ,tsoI-Wayr Pro opens any door fence; or gate or owner, of such,, machine tool,
j ;;/,'f", adyertel, ) ff.c't"t"o! ;, .. ,' f +}lM I I .'" 1 e. does, any act which exposes .vehicle, or animal, or of,the per;,
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< a ; unlawful to take animals or other propertyto son then having the .right to'
}I"" natural, funttlon*)) othete U It shall) be crops
w ;II ur" areq., The propel s i! ;?' .,,1'1',. I" I :attempt to take wildlife by the waste destruction, or'' possession' thereof ''shall be;
)f 33: and"C, l p ;! ) i I I I the right- freedom,or trespasses on proper. prima facie evidence of the intent
', ty lie In Section > ; 4-.r of( 4 gun on:of upon :
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."f4,. ...'j \ ,34.of.Tow ahlp South' ?,,.. ,f'I: 'l l. V "> ''II '''. 'II't.: wayfany ,federal.'.' state or'' ty other than a structure or conveyance of such owner of,such machine
171. "I" I road whether he Is of a misdemeanor tool, vehicle; or animal, or of the.. '
Range 22 Eoat and Jl ,' '., ,1! ;t I' II nalntait1ed guilty .
9,1oj,, ,I ;i' t", of the first, degree then entitled to the '
tion 2, 3. .3,6. 6. (.oA I u.- > .,,' Qrotherwlse. person possession
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775.082
I rt.Vi'V 37 or :Towhshlp 8 South.) --- ,...... ,r : > uaon the .right-of-way ,S.
""lIang.22 Eat.r "; ,I'1"" '- "' r'tttr:. federal,.. state or county-" ,( ) If the offender armed) >(4)-jAs used heretn.the"terrq ,'
.Bradford County 'Comoo""" paitpon. -
"Thla ehange' in' 1,hearing, until Dec : | sired road in 'a manner with a firearm or other "owner. said land"'shall i In-?;'
minion May ;7..1 9M
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"heard: : wildlife is pro- dangerous weapon, during the elude the beneficial I owner
cla..I'lcot "waS Th ; Bradford' County J, .199.\at )10:00 ( of,taking ?
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Otte' publjci'hearlrm; by the Commlulort sd4M: ; commission ; person
t4'f'/! '? '; Commliiloir I" 'In,AGMMBNt -> !
the Brodf...dCoQr.vZcfl r' : ; tl. ,Bradford 3>-,Pederalstate'or 1; ,countyr'' trespass on property other than a having ayterest.in said land i; '
Hudson Pulp.i
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'"W be he is under and by virtue of which that
I roads. may ,.structure or conveyance ,
";;:; I '/ring' Board art1' April]H 'ft Poper CorpondOeorglaPocJflcj ( 'C"h: .;.,., ; ,, exempted by com--' of"a felony .of, thev third is entitled to,,possession! ;
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'"" 11981, and i ""Ift'hethe.' Carp I & ')) rule,.,except that no ex ;2nishableasprovided In and shall also include the
: ; 'shall Apply to roads ad e. : agents authorized employeesof
in 'Street, Sfarke.i., Ftorldo.., STARKt, .riOINO ; I ('to land that are posted\ such owner. i- ,
: {,! iO ENACTMENT ,'A '''eopy' pl. aid?Of.; MVISINCSa" (; '' .. trespassing or hunting. 810.10 Posted 'J land; removing (5) However, this section shall! ,, ,
,' p9OPOSE I :finance,1''rnay ''MJfn- AS VOIUN .).AU& federaj, state or county- notices unlawful; penalty.* not apply' to any ,official,or
OFOIDINANCB\: any member: RETIREMEpt&AN toed roads within Type I :(t) It is unlawful for any personto employee of the stateor a county,
",".' 9Y CIrfOMMISSION'ofd. of the Of1.HeeqltheCity I TION ir-WCt! ; U.wU management 'Willfully remove,' destroy :municipality or other', governmental -; .,
:o :!'a' ,STARK FIOKIOA .Cl! rk tn PfNKON I }! asenopert to the taking of ''mutilate. or'' commit ,any' .act agency now authorized,by. ,
.f:: ', I t.'iCttv""i' I ,etgoept perimeter roads. designed to remove,,'muHHrt*. or law, to enter'upon lands or 'to' .
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-\r :, '.' ',,16s'lat ? .....Ida..;,On,''tH., .... IQ1 11 \: !' .ho orb; outoidr of such reduce the UgttriWy! or '.",*,Coo ,registered ''engineers ,an*' 1
wapraN.e ....,:." .. E ;,; itMnt iareasy'Federal,' ,tivenos ,of/any"; ; posted *ic. surveyors authorized, ,to' enter!
4<. ". ..1)11'.,Witereetwl -ttee.. t ..cMuI'Ity- nalntalned roads, ,placed, by-, the. owners .tenant, land pwnuant to,s. 492,14.,'The '
'/ >- tamer mey ap| ewrv.' and '-''''' A RRTNGUTh meat-areas,may,, le eee4 or oc 01. provisions of this iwottoo stall h*(
N ct with;"...-et('to Td i taking wildlife by use'' enclosed or hBfc tty: pIIo stage apply to the trimming at cutting .; t
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Seventy-five years ago Starke was an of- The; route selected the for trip 75 years numerous mishaps along the way.:',So bad "
ficial "check point" on the famed "En- ago was the so-called Tampa to Jacksonville were road\ conditions in those days -that j!
durance Run" of 18 pioneering shortcut, which passed directly family doctors advised the riders. and "
automobiles from Tampa to Jacksonville through Starke,and duplicated some of the passengers not to shave during the trip for '!
in the days when paved roads were still a present route followed by U.S. 301. The fear the dust, sunburn, and Wind.Would'r r
dw rdka rareity in Florida. motorcade left.Tampa before daybreak on' cause skin Infections (Glass windshields "
Nov. 22, 1009, and. arrived in Starke two were considered so unsafe' in those days '>
On Friday,November 23,the"run" will days later, after an overnight stop in that few cars were equipped with any protection ;;
i be reenacted by members of the Gainesville. from the elements. 4

I \ Southeastern Veteran Motor Car' Club of Starke's well-known photographers, the( Thomas M. Jevcak, of Tampa, the f
: America,a group of antique car buffs from Hoover brothers, Frank and Joe, were on originator and coordinator'' of the Endurance '|
rrMrt the Tampa area, who have been reenacting hand to record the history-making event. Run reenactments, said the antl- 4\
the'Endurance Run" for the past six Their photographs show the cars stop que car club duplicates the original event J
___ years. on S. Thompson Street,a checking as closely! as possible including authentic 5 I
The motorcade of mint-condition cars, where they were surrounded by admiringand costumes of the ,the tour route used \
some dating back to the 1920s, or older, curious local citizens.The drivers then in 1909,and the same rules and awards used -, {
will arrive at the Old Courthouse In Starkeat continued up North Walnut Street where 75 years ago. ;
r. 8:30 a.m. Friday Nov. 23. They will be the old Starke Male and Female Institute, The public! Is Invited to meet the drivers i(
accompanied by a dhannel3 (PBS) televiSion the town's earliest school,turned out to let and view the antique cars during their stop }
awe-struck students line the sidewalks fora
crew filming a documentary of the' here Friday, Nov.' 23. Coffee and J 1
event.Participation in the"run1'Is limitedto view of perhaps their first "horselesscarriages" doughnuts will be served by the Chamber i '

18 cars the exact number that made of Commerce on the parking lot. east of the t\ I
x the pioneering trip in 1909 to dramatize the Only one out'of the 18 cars that left Tam- old courthouse. I
.' '_. -;' :':;:. '. need for: more hard roads in Florida.FORESTRY pa in 1909 failed to finish the run,in spite of
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4 EDITORIALSSpeeding Isrse.' a : Incorporated in 1''' 076 '


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Present a ProblemResidents Although Starke dates its birth from TALLY SHEET: Incorporation Election 1876, ,': ,.
establishment of the first post office here
in'1857 the town was not actually incorporated -
until almost 20 years later, near ?, I $ 4c41i :::.7.i j jM.
of State Road 230 east of This is by no means just a local pro- the end of Reconstruction Days followingthe '
Starke are getting fed with speeding blem, ,as letters to the editor: in other Civil War.Undoubtedly. 7' J'" :T d'i
up .' :
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in the will attest. +
newspapers' area there had been little time to .
sand or limerock trucks they say are Following is one letter recently appear- devote to civic matters during the, war i ,

violating speed laws and endangering ing in the Gainesville Sun front a years and the stressful Reconstructionera j r : ,',

lives in this residential section, as well Newberry citizen who tells of a frightening the,citizens but with of all Starke that turned finally their behind attentionto them, i r-J; f ;' aw hIIlH/11l.II/IIf'I1II/ !'';;'... :j'ii.i""i-, '

as elsewhere along highways leading to experience that could easily happen incorporating the town for the expected /' ., !

the rapidly-developing areas of nor- here or any other town along the sand- period of growth and development. "-W ,, ,, :/' ". "' '

thern Clay and southern Duval counties. ,truck routes: Accordingly, "upon the request of manyvoters" "' : :'.'c I I'

Benjamin E. Tucker, Bradford ,. I .. i ,
Picture yourself stopped behind a school When are we going to crack down on the County's clerk of the court, posted .the', "A1wtiftflmtmU/ha.,9y.( ..<,,:.. :,', I, ,;'
bus early In the morning. The school bus rock trucks What i is it going to take for action following hand-written legal notice, dated / ,I : '1"!, :,:;W'k J'\JjJ\ /' \' ", '' \ ,' ',I
lights are flashing and you are behind the Maybe the next time it won't be a April 26, 187 : ''I"t .. ,,., ,," r .{ '., (" agpnf111Cl11 "
other car. Suddenly you look in the mirror near miss.The last time there was a public "Notice is hereby given that on Mondaythe \ ;J '/."\' ? '.L ..1'"
just In time to see a rock truck flash by you outcry the rock trucks said they would 29th day of May,A.D.1876,all qualified ", .t. a,.. : .:'< ;\,; '. ;, .:'.. :
on the shoulder of the road. Somehow he remove their CB radios and police registered voters within the limits .. ,
misses you and the other car. Luckily all themselves. Well guess what The next hereinafter described are requested to .'h/7fiflf.1CTfl._ ,"f R'I". if. .'
the children have boarded the bus, otherwise time you drive down SR 235, count how meet at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit "-.1. C ", ; '.r ;j
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someone might have been killed, CB antennas see.See how I"
many you many Court in the Town of Starke, Florida to ,'.'
because he has slid past the bus also. rock trucks pass you in a no-passing zone., decide by vote whether or not we Incor- :, : ;:

Think about it, would you have liked to See how many rock trucks are speeding,or porate said town and elect officers for the '.. ,'r : ,!h ,
have been in the ?How about kids pass you in an intersection, or have tat- Government of same." r ,
car "
your with Gl a.... ., ::1
tered covers that spray your car +r ;
crossing the shoulder to get on the bus? "
The original incorporation documentsand '
Think about it the next time you drive sand.And isn't it funny is how around nice they? drive election1 reports were discovered ."- *". "i'IIiNLlINnnlllll1Jlll J0 : ;
whenever a police car 1
down SR 235,because it happened this past several years ago in the courthouse files : (/ J/ j
Monday morning. I, for one, have about' had my limit. and showed that a total of 42 registered _

Sure, it was a little foggy, but not bad. When you endanger a school bus full of voters cast their ballots In the election,and _;.K.,1ifIIfHJfjlllJHllllUlIll."..; .1'1(": ;;
But all the more reason to slow down and kids, you're going too far I realize all 42 voted unanimously for Incorporation.At .p" _/1JII/IJ.T1IIlID/llJl.. JIJ .' ;,
be more alert. I did, but I can't say the everyone has to make a living and hauling that time there were only 49 persons : : '. ,1! I
same about.the rock truck driver.,JThink limerock is necessary.'And I realize that, all, males -r registered to vote, since .' 1/f/1HI11flI1JI11Jl1lU1/1..v .J.C; ;?" ." .",(1'" '
about this ,story tomorrow when you, send there are good -drivers'and bad'drivers.. i "wom }\', suffrage" was stills -distant'' _u.,. .a1rtiu ,,4a "aob9y,lqtll' :' '- .xur.'II"t, ( {>!sd r 4
chUd"olt to'Behoof and see how it' But in the can oI"tbe"l'OCk'tJ'uclra'oq SR,nmwi*..f.v"" >:'dreanrr.gd wwnoirtou/d, .no!TBglster no**f J.Yaba l ; .I l' Of/.j:/ .JI&- e'b\ ':I '
your ,. td edT ;Je; ; ;"
235, I feel the good drivers are out- .roc ,1--\ .92t/On W"
makes you feel. I get the shakes every A'slate of officers for the newly Incorporated "
time I remember it. numbered. _Roger Barrington,Newberry ." f'
town was elected at the same time : 1
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and the vote for mayor was almost as ,j' ', ,. "
The drivers of these trucks are enforcement of speed limit laws that unanimous as for incorporation. Dr. J.L. '
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evidently paid on a per-load basis and are being recklessly violated by driversof munity, received 38 votes for com-and '. ., .', ,, fli

most of them seem willing to risk their these rolling juggernauts.More one each was cast for W.F. Bowen mayor, and i "' J,

lives and the lives of others in an effortto adequate posting of speed limit J.C. Richard. Besides being a leading ; J.

get the maximum number of loads warnings in this area might do some physician interested and druggist, Dr. Gaskins was grandfather of W.A.Bessent, III, a Starke I j the great city itself f .
in real estate and other
delivered per day. good, but the bottom line will be stricter developments, such as constructing attorney. I Managers; W of. ''th**IV.. election_. _.._.. were" -..9..
law enforcement when drivers show several buildings on Call Street, and he The. five 'Aldermen (Councilmen) Weeks.,W.T'Iryden, and H.C. Bowen.' "1|
The concerned residents along SR-230 disregard for their lives and the lives of was also considered the"political boss"of elected at this time and the number of 'John Q. Adams was,election, clerk.' ;.

believe the time has come for stricter others. the county during the old convention votes received by each were: Joseph The 42 persons voting in.the election
system of electing officials. He served in Alvarez,39; A.H. Johns, 38:Thomas Hem- were: A.H.Johns,W.F.Bowen.Tom Hemingway
the Legislature for several terms,and was ingway, 37; J.C. Richard, 36; and G.W. K.L. Adams, F.D Hollingsworth,
. 75th Anniversary Of Endurance Run Speaker of the House. Richard McKinney, 34. Alvarez Starke, Hemingway,. and J.M.Johms Fredric Willis,Sandy Sanders,
were early merchants. Albert
The selection of a City Clerk was Andrew Sr. Jack Williams, G.W.
likewise near-unanimous with 34 votes for Others 'receiving votes 'for Aldermenwere Adams,J.Q. Adams,Alex Sanders,James
It was the day after Thanksgiving which was a'n official check-point S.S. Weeks,and one each for Jerry M. : J.M. Johns, 5? S.S. Weeks, 2; W.F. Murhea, Robert Albert, Britton "Mimms,
1909 and the air was charged with excitement where the motorcade stopped for a brief Johns,and G. (Gib) Hollingsworth. Bowen, 1; and London Albert, 1. Albert S.B.Williams,. H.W. Adams, J.C.-McRae, I
Old was a member of a black family that came M. Hutchison; H.C. Bowen, S.S., Weeks,
in Starke when the intrepid rest and refreshments. photographsshow 'The race for city marshal ''was more to this area from the Bahama Islands. W.T. Dryden, J.J. Bowen,: G. Holl- :
drivers of 18 "devil wagons", as early large crowds of curious spectators closely contested with W.A. (Sonny) Bes- Since the Bahamas were under English ingsworthj W.A.Bessent, Joseph GasWns, '
automobiles were sometimes called in assembled here to: see the cars, and sent being the winner with 20 votes to 18 for rule at that time, Most of the Alberta were G.W. McKinney,Joseph Alvarez, Dri J.M.

those days, stopped over in Starke on a school was turned out so that students Gib Hollingsworth. Bessent was the fatherof named for members of the Royal Family Jones, Daniel McRae, J.J. Sparkman,
could share in this rare sight. Abe Bessent, who operated a pool room there ''was King Albert; Prince Albert, J.M. Blitch, W.E. Thebaut, Erviri Johns,
daring 543-mile: round trip over unpaved on Call Street for and, the
many years Queen Albert and London was named for John Parker, Jasper NJ Strickland, M.W. :
roads from Tampa to Jacksonville and The Tampa Times, which promotedthe :' Brown, and Kit WllliamsLetters '

back home again. event, commented: "The' great ,

Needless to say, Starkites throngedthe Tampa-to-Jacksonville run has .passedinto' __ :l
the David Nar
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streets to see these marvelous history. It has made an, epoch in 'County Forester" -

"horseless carriages" and listen to the Florida history, and has also markedthe IN BRADFORD COUNTY : .t

tales told by their drivers and start of an era of include good road buildingthat ",By David W.Norton';,' Democrat Predicts"Reaganbmics" ed; spending. more on war materials l, and !

passengers of the dangers encounteredon will eventually every coun- Will cutting medicare;medicaid pensions I ,and :
his historic pioneering trip.. ty in'the state. This prophecy,'made' 75 '1' lilt Hard in '85 compensation. Veterans ..benefits ,hare

On Friday November 23,'antique car years ago, is now a.reality.Starke .: One item'not in a forester's job description been cut, VA hospitals have been turned 'I
can be proud to have played an is controversy. I won't try to stimulateany In my opinion, dear editor, I would like veterans needing care have been '
will observe the Now
buffsof the Tampa area ,some even resorting to suicide. i
to few words In away
but I would like say a to say that I am a Democrat and voted for
75th anniversary ''of this 'memorable .important 'part it! this historymakingevent 'reference to a tree protection ordinance Mondale and other Democrats.I' I'm beginning to see why Reagan. says"no 1
event which was staged primarily to in 1909,and equally proud to be in- 'which appeared' the Telegraph/ ,on, tax Increase'7. ,. )t
believe most'of the media
call attention to Florida's needs for bet- cluded by another visit on this, the 75th 11/01/84. ft( ter roads in those days when a stretch of anniversary of the "Great Endurance'' There is"'a'great deal which can be accomplished and have a bad case of diarrhea of the'' fret, but thanks to Mr/ Grace's, commission ,'i
Run" We congratulate members of the the enactment of a tree what President and David Stockman (OMB), I'm .,
pavement was a rare and welcome by protection mouth concerning ; Reagan wondering who is In control ., '
from the sand trails that Southeastern Region ,of the Veteran ordinance. As was indicated by the; ,and,the Republicans. pave done ,for our : ;I
change bumpy Jiving 'In certain ''I'd like"to;' 'to' all ,'J) mocr.t
Motor Club of America who article, many', people country ,; say. YOu
Car ,
spon-
were the only connecting link between Florida cities,were too late by ,the time Veterans for Reagan, Dust,; off your old I x
most Florida towns and cities. sor this 'annual re-enactment of an they realized: all the trees that were lost to i resent that I have been catalogued as a' soup bowls' Reaganomics won't fully hit, I I
historic event, and.hope-they will continue development. Some 'cities, like Orange white"Southern Democrat for Reagan.Reagan you until next year.You may sit back and (
The tour' followed' the so-called to include Starke in their,annual Park and Gainesville have enacted tree has nevedone\ anything for ,laugh now, but remember; "for'evfr1.of!
Tampa-to-Jacksonville short'route'' that to a' 'tree- 'anybody I know of, ex ept.cuulng earned Uon there,is and
observance. protection ordinances keep; an opposite, .equal reac- !
benefits from the poor, aged,:and disabl- -
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Many timer on bur sincere efforts to protest ,Fiye Days Set You veterans who have been lucky and
a partfeutor item we have a tendencyto haven't had:to be, treated by.the .V.A.
I $anta' Image Eridang'' 4 red By Horror Movie I protect In a 'over-kill",fashion A tree'' For DistributionOf hospital and clinics Just nope that you I

protection oHnanceti a great Idea, but, ,Commodities don t need one You may not have one in
been.naughty"., < "' there are.... associated with. ;the nfXtfour years. .I
The horror movie makers have reached you've hems '
a wholesale i need,to be Cheese 'butter flour,'and'mint'wilt be Also ,Rea '
you vefc iw
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a new low with a pre-Christmas show spokesman for producers of the film ;mentioned, :,;:!,''F' ." "' ,' surplus commodities: distributed In the that got a roll 01 anupportlng fat around ySur belles 'I

about a murderous, ax-wielding Santa say it was Intended "for adults and not Questions ..* a. "who'wlll monitor, or' county on Nov. 19, :20,21,27 and 28. Clientsare you might better:: get that old metH-eeten
I Claus..This film will released just in for children"but, ';' most adults police onnuHtce 'such'as this?", and asked to bring a bag'or.box. to place' uniform out of the closet let.It out t and set \
time to make ,the Christmas season a would like to keep their of Santa 'should ,MMftMte* be issued In 'Certain their commodities in.. > In line to' board the bus,?. !
image only scratch the Time ,and place," ,of distribution! as.
i nightmare for impressionable 'Claus as a "jolly .. cases? wee questions' follows Also all you'young men-learn hov'tomarch
:surface. \ ,j'> / ; r ;eat dirt,and fire a piece. I predict
youngsters. murderous madman. .Monday: Nov. 19 Lawtey Recreation. .., \
Educating dte'pttblic'as wed.as buildersand enter., to 3:30 that,we've' had the. green weiner.,.
Entitled '."Silent Night DeadlyNight" ..children' will DOA.4n. : p.m. ,
But even so, many develcM to protect any trees' whichconstruction ..TuesdaytNov20BrookerCJtyHaliioa.m. ; ; ', EMa.. yBoxi2.Lawtey (
the film features a series of doubtless get a gruesome view of Santa is a to 3 p.m;. Wayne 1

i bloody murders committed by a maniacin on the gory commercial that is being used to a tree-leMlend- :r\le 6d8y\;.Nov 30,-'Hftmpton,fl'1.la v l l... :,., .",' .,.; :
a Santa Claus suit, who kills his victims ->', te advertise it on television., grand.. eM..1bouIh fohw-etIve: 10 a.lO, to $'.,9's D.m.., ., .." I

M with a razor, a string of Christmas > ''mother'.whose grandchildren\ watched -> COWdIJdW111C...lees i.bets aS.m Wadn. to S:lr'rr..p.m; .,,'l'," ,, i-, ., ; '. ,.. I '- ',

lights, an arrow, a pick hammer, the the commercial said they told her 'WM" inflicted. Tuesday,oY.n: ,-RJE School building

4 antlers of a stuffed moose,broken glass. 'they,didn't want anything for Christmas ,. (for:.dto M 4 and over 80)! ,}Ore: .a,m.. tolp.m. :. '
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( they would get a.good ,Santa, or.a bed ,handbook :"Tree*.Protection 1. NOT; "' RJI:,'9ohbal',, "
warM "You've made if throughHalloween Builderstionfor "* .. Wgrwaor -, ,buUd uI.... 'aIO.Jo\ ,1:30'; prn.,'(nsptbcAli /
j ,. now', try' ;,and survive I one/ I 'devwoper.vK you. ,'..............),. t." 1, (
Chrietmas'V: The, ad depicts: ,an ax-. Apparently' nothing is safe'from the, want to ','call m* at "MWO, /* cants trait gwith' 'U8DACommo 1'hti aAnMttoJJm.. '...' .ftII

P :welding Santa into a chimney dollar-hungry," moguls, 0(. Hollywood ""-< eat.219._ ,.cen' keep StIIrke..i : ; ,
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Lu Green Sanders' Picture Appears .., '

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Lu Green acss&ffssass&A Club Newt Glad.v Mot Weddings

Notices Social Editor Receptions
Church Item Parties
964-7608
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Insurance Company as stated In the "' ,

nationally.uytm/ magazine distributed ," "

Mrs. Sanders is an agent of the St.
,Augustine District of Gulf Life'and Play Bridgeand: Help Abused Kids '
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.i rtSe the beginning of May,when Lu '
Actively market, she
lras k ,9"alfidP1lan8'or} two separate More than 200,000 bridge players are abused annually, and donations same time" ,
in northern and central will match their wits by playing, from the more than two hundred Play will begin Tuesday,Nov. 20,
Florida. Her weeklyized Identical hands in a charity tournament thousand members of ACBL as well at 7:30 p.m. and arrangements are
'equivalent growth from these cases with proceeds going to protect as other players will go to the National being made to accommodate bridge
: Is almost
$700. children frum neglect and from Committee for Prevention of
who
l players are not acquainted with
,' Mrs. Sanders has been an agent at ''physical sexual, and emotional Child Abuse. The National Committee large group play front identical
tlulf Life for almost two years; lives ,Ii 7 abuse.' The charity tournament, has been selected by'the ACBL hands. Use of Identical deals
in Starke and works out of the which la open to au bridge players
Charity Foundation fot an award of eliminates the "luck of the deal."
'detached office there, although, V klV will be on Nov. 20 at ,the Starke $125,000 annually two years. ;Players are scored by comparison of
much of her time is spent "on theroad" Woman's Club. "All bridge players are welcome," results obtained by others holding
The event is of the two annual
I one Bald Ida Shaw, Starke DuplicateBridge 'the Identical cards Winners will
,:. Married to Curtis Sanders, they t benefit games being sponsored Club, and Jack'' Burdett, receive Master Point awards of the
have one son, Lex,who is a senior in across the country by the American director. "It's a great opportunity ACBL .
.i high school. Her father was the late Contract Bridge League '(ACBL) for those not acquainted with play- Donations are tax deductible and
Lex Green, Congressman for 20 Charity Foundation. Identical hands ing identical hands dealt ,
by com- may be' made :st ,the>!,Starke
years from the fourth Congressional t; n will be played at more,than 500 sites- puter and for experienced duplicate Duplicate Bridge Club' For more in-
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( District, and her brother is utmost simultaneously. bridge love
Judge players to share their of formation on the benefit game call
R.A. "Buzzy" Green,present circuit One million American children the game and help abused kids at theEUREKA' 904-7192.
:4 i judge. Being out of the work force ".i
for 11 years, marketing Insurance

." has been for an Lu.unique., fulfilling experience Parties for' Engaged l Couple" .

Lu explained: "After.I graduated:
from college, I was a school teacher
for four years. However when The Ravine Club was the setting :spective groom. ; "
;' started a family I felt thai providing we ,for a brunch Nov 11 honoring'Miss The couple',were 'g ven '0 silver.
a good home atmosphere Laura Fernandez of Miami and tray as a memento of the occasion
.', important at the time.' was more ,Steven' Rutledge of Klnglsey Lake, by her host and hostesses, Mr. and
whose is for Dec. Mrs. T.H. Slade and '
,r As my responsibilities changed wedding planned -Mrs.. Clyde
'Sinclair.
however, I wanted a career Life 29.Bridal place ''cards and napkins ....*.. ,
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was that I started
with Gulf
: Insurance." Were getting out a day early marked the seating arrangementwhere Dr;and Mrs.Thomas G:Rltch and
;\'; She feels she has found Salary Savings Spells SUCCESS For Lu Sanders..... next week due to Thanksgiving a three course buffet brunch, Mr. and Mrs. George Li: Chapman of
;, niche In her specialS Lance Consultant for Gulf Life", out of home,office,'and In being on Thursday. Society news was served. 'Jacksonville were hosts at a dinner
Ings. Insurance k with,. Salary. Saw Sanders discuss details for Salary Savings, a payroll deduction plan offer, ,, turned in on Saturday would be The guests Included the parents of party at the Ortega home of Dr. and
<"? > Ing convenient, way of making payments for life Insurance through one's appreciated.The deadline is noon, the bride-elect-. and Mrs. Mrs. Ritch Saturday;Nov. 10 honoring -
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f '\ paycheck.; '' Monday. Manuel Fernandez of Miami Mrs. Laura. Fernandez and Steven
/ ./ D.H. Rutledge,of KIngsley Lake and Rutledge.
: . .. '" .A Mrs. L.Astrausku o1 Mt. Pleasant, Twenty-five friends and family attantnst -
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a memento,of the occasion'

Spaghetti Supper :: Beta Sigma, Phi Rev. and Mrs. R.J. Blaine! ..,,.Stress'- Management Class Did You Know, ;, .........

'; Saturday Night Reviews Projects Honored October 29 f. ,:: Tuesday, Nov. 20 "
Mrs. Leonard Astrauskas, of
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:.. At Klngsley Center;, Members of,, Beta Sigma Phi: The 'West Jacksonville District :;,; A Stress Management class will be 'Charleston, S.C. spent the weekend
chapter XI ,Iota Delta'.'met at the observed an appreciation programin offered by the Bradford Hospital with her mother, Mrs.Dee. Rutledge
M Members of the Kingsley Lake home of Connie Best,'. Nov. ,6, for honor of presiding elder and Mrs. Center for Health and Fitness star- at Kingsley Lake. Dr. and Mrs.
Property Owners Association will their regular meeting. Blame on Monday, Oct..29. at 7:30: ting Tuesday, Nov. 20. The four-part Astrauskas are making their homeIn
'. sponsor a Spaghetti Supper Satur- Following a short business p.m. In Jacksonville at New St. class will focus on learning to control Charleston during his residency at
< day, Nov. 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the meeting, they discussed their ways James A.M.E.. Church, F.W. Jones, stress through time manage- the Medical University Hospital. \L; '
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. and means, projects: a Christmas' pastor. ment, lifestyle change, asser-
The: supper.is, open to the public money tree to furnish presents for' Ministers'their wives membersand tlveness training, and relaxation Mr. and Mrs. Milton Patterson of: lire Hartfordloves
and tickets may be obtained at the the nursing home and baskets for a ,friends of the West Jacksonville,..'practice. : Montgomery, Ala. are guests this
f j' door for a $3 donation. needy family as their service pro-. District attended and heard Rev; The class will meet at the Bradford week of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. mature
E.L. Taylor deliver 'very warm Hospital drivers. Weguarantee
Library Tuesday even-
ject.A and enlightening sermon. Friends of Erika!: Gruen, 16, BHS :
program entitled, "Painting a ings from 7 to 9 p.m. on Nov. 20 and
Hospital Auxiliary. Living Masterpiece",was presentedby Many tangible and intangible expressions 27, Dec. 4 and 11. Instructors wUl be varsity cheerleader captain, will it
Connie Best.Members of appreciation were Lynda Steele,Director of the Center, regret to hear she received a broken
To Meet Nov. 19
: Marie Wynn, Diane presented to the 1 honorees.Dd and certified biofeedback techni- arm last Tuesday while at
.,', 0' .. i Hodge, .Alice ,Clance, Linda. .. '.1... '' clan, and Donna-Verkerk, R.N. and cheerleading practice after school, If you're a driver age E
'. ,' : 'when the top of a pyramid which she 50 or older,The llart-
Mrs:Adrienne Garcia,Director of Bowman,, Brenda. Slade. i enjoyedrefreshmehta ; \ -Ii >,massage therapist at.the Center.
Support Service, at. ,Bradford1' > / YOli Know,, ,...... ,;. n.-Pre-registration fee is $25.for. the was on collapsed. ,ford can guarantee that. ;

Hospital, Inc.,will be sp6.a.k $:$the.',.....I".1 ., -. "classt; $30 at the door. For more.Informatiotv Miller your auto,Insurancewont f
'" I' : uMrd: \Mrs John: were on be canceled) : .
dinnermeetingM about the clasS call the'
M (Hbsptlal ni&b&Auxiliary- t:3Q pvin.. OI' ,hartlBa. ,, $ "rCh..JGot" : Attending,.the:HoapitaLAurilsry) ",e tt t '.t964-4. 10.__,____.atean, ) UIO, ,dtr I nlW'U1ae I last ', because!you have Iii '",;., ,'" ',
'"I"" '_ ai Western Steer Steak House.'The'" ". Slng : "f';: Ipeanrenuann'femq'antmt.''ss7aat Ars''f i..tI., .. ', *' .. .It/ at I.r" ffi r.. ; ,.-y" ,,,. ., s
Wednesday were Mrs. W.H. Thom
executive board will meet Immediately Did You Know........ ... yourinsurancegvonr< .
after; ,the-general' .... ., .. .. son, president Miss Lillian Stump; Mrs. "Ruth Merlie of Starke, and. canceled ;
The Graham Baptist Church will Mrs.:,.Edward 'Green, Mrs. ; ela'McGee MY, and Mrs. Manuel Fernandez son Kevin Merlie of Silver Springs, becauseof
meeting, v or
Mrs. WilmaJean Terry and attended the wedding of their son your age any
hold of Mrs.
t a Gospel Sing Sat. Nov. 17 at of Miami were house guest
claims file. Plus
) 7:30: p.m. featuring "The New Spirit Mrs L.C. Early. .Dee Rutledge over the weekend and and brother,Michael Merlie to Miss you ,
Singers". attended the parties honoring their Jerl Burt on Saturday, Nov. 10,, in we,offer generous discounts -
Weeks. U.D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiggins of daughter, Laura, bride-elect of Chicago, Ills for mature

;'?; To Meet Nov. 19t Virginia Beach, Va. were last Sun- .1:1.:.__..._v.... _n. JlnU..f____.__.._. drivers with good
I Did You Kn9w; ........,.. day to Friday guests of his mother, driving records.

*. W.T. Weeks chapter,.,UDC,"will Mrs. Orie Wiggins.Joining the family '''' you're a mature
nk have luncheon-meeting'' Monday, on Saturdaywere Mr. and Mrs. driver and want qual-
Mr. and'Mrs.. Pat Welch and family and of .
Jimmy'Wiggins' family
', Nov. 19. at 12 noon at Western Steer ,special:
: : -, '" .' spent the weekend with his Jacksonville, ity protection
1'I.Jjfl1r Steak," -House.ft parents, Mr..and Mrs. Lewis Welch A .. Feature Packed rates and lifetime re4 .
in Madison. Upright With Headlight ,newable auto insurance -

Laura Fernandez, 4Way01.1 A.NapDuil coverage;ask lor
Settles auto insurance from'
';J.) Steven Rutledgeg LOSE,WE I GilT OR '" STARKE, .. .. Edge Kleener'' .The Hartford Call our
//uTo: ,WedDec., ,,29 YOUR MONEY BACK CHURCH.OF GOD .., agencytodaCDon't

...U. *y. '422 N. St ClaIr .'914.'....', I .. LIL. SAVE $5O make a de-
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r The wedding .of Laura L. '''Fer- ATLANTA"the Ed: : Diet Plan Walter F. Monti, Pastor './" .. cislon on automobile
.' 'nandex and Steven D. Rutledge will Is'a natural dietary, no calorie, We MA"OWA' .TOfIII insurance without a. ,
i f'take place Dec. 29, at 11 a.m. at St. high fiber power E.G. turns into a Invite you to worship with us. quote&QOk US. ,
'!"'i- Catholic Church in Miami. fiber gel that makes you feel full ATTENDED NURSERY $6995MODEL '
.'Jv: Miss Fernandez Is the daughter of thus curbing your craving for food. ,SuiNdi School .,... . '" 10 .... HODGESnsurancc. '
: fi Mr.' and Mrs.' Manuel Fernandez Of ,You can eat the,.foods you want, ,Honing" Wmttp ..-.*n* _... 11 ....- .Hardware
'1d',Miami and Mri: Rutledge is the sone, but feel full.should' ,eat.Jess because. Eyvnlng Sifvlci, .,. ,\,,,.w. .". S p.m. : rHwy 3bl'Souih I n.s. s119.aa Agency :
*V; of Damaris H. Rutledge of Kingsley you There is nothing harmful or Wt nndiy Ymitlt ... .... 7:30 S.M.Apostpllc i

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B.S. degree In nursing in December. WEIGHT RETURN THE BOT- .N.!. 2nd St.,lay 1.y, Florida ',Monday Saturday AUTO UFE MOBILE'HOMES 1
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h..il: PHARMACY. FOR.. ,,'AFULL, REFUND Thurwfay Woranlp Worship...,.''.,'7130 PM, a.m. 1 5 p.m. 1
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l)" i Monday, ,Nov.' 19, THE PHARMACIES LISTED _Coma Worship With U. !
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I 'of Operating Room Nurses is having CAPSULB SIZE.MR.. Two fender Ash tMets '
v..,& its monthly meeting Lake City VA PHARMACIST WILL a : : FISIi"8c FRIES :
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1 The meeting will beheld Monday STARKE ;
Nov. 19 at 7:00: p.m. The'program 'agreatllttl. seaI00d.placeeortW'XIM.N".21.1Ia4 ...... :
MITCHELLS DRUG I Ca .i
Jstu$will be Head and Neck Surgery '" n D's. :
j.I 'presented by John, H. M.D 127 E. CM Street ,. :.: .
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. Gainesville Deanery Meets at St. Edwards "Church I School Lunch Menus I i:1

., mm..DOM1UC*.evoki*.I mll.' :
Gainesville St. Francis *Xavier of Women, Bradford CarntyMiddleSchoolavid ii :AiV.: N...: Ml ..k..d turiiv w/iltaM gravy.mubed ,'",
HHdegarde
On Thursday Nov. 8 the FaU Father Roland Julian of Gainesville. Ruper, Gail I schools cd d g ,,'
Meeting of the Gainesville Deanerywas Antoinette Cos served as organist. Live Oak St. Ann's of Lake City,HoFamily Johnson and Irene HouJe also ol all elementary poUKM.-. pumpkbig lrerdd ,, ...r' f
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hosted by St. Edwards Altar Luncheon followed in the hall. ly of Williston. San'' Juan Jacksonville, :Mary Dobbs and l ,"'*,.....".oMim Nm. It,:m.Sloppy:, Joe on Bun, butl.rawM..dq.. ",......,. riM.inuiatelv\ .'el','
Society in the parish hall. Tables were covered with yellow Guild of Branford Holy Cross of Louise Hynard of Palatka. T.M4.yt Nov. Mi Blind turkey w/lll>l<< gravy. boliitayi.. "
Following registration and coffee cloths and decorated with autumn Cross City, St. Madeleine's of High Preparing the luncheon were Zita muW poUltM or d.-I"" .bultwwl craaa.pupumpkin ALA-CARTE ,\
the business meeting conductedby leaves flowers, and Thanksgivingsymbols. Springs, and St. John the Evangelist Shuford, Betty Kelly and Dorothy pi*,ennbwry MUC, hot rolla, milk A
was
Rife. Klmutls Wed......,,",.,...,. ofChlefland. Sophie "
the president, Esther Kres man. The miniature pumpkinsand and Pauline mlUwhum.TMi4 ;'
This included Commission Reports turkeys at each place setting Among special guests attendingwere Oeschger: were in charge of registra .Hmndi. Mm, rollkjhikM, ptaa. hambufflw };i iunrd
and Affiliation President reports. were complimentary gifts. The Dolores Hanklns of Jacksonville tion. Decorations were done by Bradford County High School Ii

Muriel Edwards stage was decorated with sugar cane president of the St. Augustine Sallye Scoggins, Ruth Meng and M....". N.... t!i SJoppy Jot oo. Bun,. but ..Each.'liib day rnrtl itudaaU nfmavBiirc haft chok..M.l*of.-e kol i hmch L or
Altar Society president, reported on stalks, pumpkins and ..e8110nalnnW..rtL Diocesan Council of Catholic Elols Jones ..
the recent Pariah Barest *. welt n. "" 'J ...- -.. -- .... )
regular Society activitteli i including Following the luncheon, a fashion 1
Involvement in the local Hospital show was presented by Deanery "
Auxiliary. members and the Oaks Mall Lane
Father Micheal Larkin of Bryant Store.
Jacksonville addressed the group on Table decoration door prizes were
the need for an Alternative to Abortion won by Doris Bellacome of Live !
Organization in the Diocese. Oak, Muriel Gilhooly of Starke and TurkologyWan
Mass was then concelebrated In Nena Railey of Macclenny.
the Church by the host pastor, Some 120 women from Gainesville
Father'Joeeph Finlay, the Deanery Deanery affiliations were V
Spiritual Moderator Father Flan- represented at the meeting In- : contest

nan Walsh of Gainesville, Father cluding St. Mary's of Faith, St. V : \:

Thomas- Gordon .of Lake City, and... Patrick's and Holy of


AttNOUNCING Did You Know........... A '

Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and

daughter, Michele of Lakeland, Ir "I' Turkey 'J,
s.,ent the weekend with her mother,
George Randall Alvarez,Jr Mrs. Herbert Thomas, while Mr. I

Mr. and Mrs. George Randall D.L.Chubb at his the hunting weekend camp with near Dr. I ., For .
Alvarez of Starke announce the birth "? ''
of a boy, George Randall Jr., born Cassia. >'.'t', Thanksgiving it
Oct. 18 in Alachua General Hospital. j
Club results for
Duplicate Bridge ., 1
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Maternal Mr.
grandparents are ,
Allene Brew and '
Nov; 8 are: first
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and Mrs. Don Denton of Keystone ,
second and '
Dorothy Cawley Henry
Heights. Maternal great grand- Schafer; third Mike and _
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Si Dentonof Molly :_ .. ;
Heights and maternal Mabel Faikle; fourth Myldred Cut- REMEMBER: THE DEADLINE IS NOON MONDAY NOVEMBER 19. '
Keystone
tino and Lillian Stump.Dr. : ,
great grandmother Mrs. Thelma a
Fagan of Boyton Beach.
Paternal granparents are Mr. and

Mrs. Owen R. Alvarez,Jr. of Starke. D.W. Whiffen attended the RULES:' Each space below repre-ents some business firm of Bradford County.'Use the scrambled letters and arrange'them to

Mr.Paternal and Mrs.great O.K.grandparents Alvarez Sr.are of Florida Optometric Association Fall spell the firm's'name EXACTLY, using all the letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest. The first THREE persons submitting "

Starke and Mrs. J. T. Jackson of Seminar 912. The in subjects Fort Lauderdale discussed included Nov.- the correct' or nearest correct answer BEFORE 12:00 noon on Monday, November 19"* will be awarded turkeys for

Starke. the Effects of Long Term Wear of Thanksgiving., \. "> '
Soft-Extended Wear Contact Lenses,
Jeanne Tomllnson
Amy Systemic Diseases Related to the 1. ENTCOSIXRRXUEEHSE, 15. ERTS'AMTEECLGSNTHYIL 29. EOGTAVLAUSAN 43. SAXLJRIQOU
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Sgt. James E. and Bonnie Tomlln ,Eyes and Diagnostic Proceduresand TONHTRO
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Tests for Eye Diseases.
son announce the birth of a
daughter, Amy Jeanne, born at
Lakenheath RAFB in Suffolk Robert Best, minister of youth at

England, November 12. Salem Baptist Church, was honored .. ', ,
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Maternal grandparents are Mr. with a visit from all his family the "" ,,,.>,",, 11"" ,
of Tam- weekend of Nov. 13. Verl and Connie
and Mrs. Byron Willoughby
Best, Rhonda, Earl, Elaine, Wayne 2. ELECLDILOVEREHOSST 16. EHJEMOSEONENLARU 30. YCNOAMPNOAYSLUPPECNRAUROMPUP 44. DNASGASKECALJP
pa.Paternal grandparents are Mr. Murray, of Starke; Marty Best, } : v'V: PADEALSSYWARE
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and Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson of Panama City; Tina, Mike and ., :; .
Starke. Paternal great grandparents Christina Bassett of Lake City. : '
While there toured the GE .:, : I \,
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are Mr. and Mrs. Austin they plantat '.
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Fender and Mrs. Annie Tomlinson, Raleigh and visited Col. Richard ,
all of Starke. Zwiig and family at Goldsboro. : : ;.!t. !1 :? : .


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by Dolores Meng Joan Mowry. ,.
Celebrated
phone 468-1915 Matthew Birthdays celebrated third .
Dyal his ':; I "
Woman's ,Club demonstration. birthday on Nov. 9. "

... Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meng hosted a 4. TRENEKEWRMOAPPTIS 18.' ETGNNAUROALT&SER.EO 32. EGRUOTRSDTUL'SEHCM. 46. GKXDNG1TU8REKES '.
birthday party on Sunday in honor of .
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On Nov. 8 the QEU ,,,.'00 GNDOCOLE- TEYTRNKUO
Thursday night their daughter, Christina's, second ,
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A!Hampton Woman's Club had as a birthday on Nov e.'Pony rides were a'rbd'. ""? 'dt ,idiJA. !"'!1 C I WVV\ 'L.. .....:,'..... :. 4"4 t'1'irnU.A.V' ) (\t""Io\"C: : ,:.iIU1'J'!', ot.yp: J'.a.z.
.j$special guest, Diana Douglas of the'home. enjoyed the cousins and friends .... r ftJ\! I < '
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Demonstrations CJub. ATM:,attending'.' "t't 'N-'ft3 VS- I'' 'W' f" e r'I" '6ft. )I"\'f' IIlqn JJA C : '' ,
'presentation included Christmas 1 "
Among out-of-town 'guests ar.It' "I. <' \ '
crafts and holiday baking ideas. celebrating were Eugene Meng of '

Visitors... Orlando Hawthorne, Tina Angela and Carrie Meng Meng of of 5. ETEROHOOTTSB.REEIQKA: ... 19, REEMTONHECGFNWRH 33. YNROEITR 47. MtHRTOOMNERTSEWTESB: "

Mr. and Mrs. George Werri en- Starke, Madonna and Karen Gilbert HRPSAETRS, f ? NS1XDACBOC TArAABDENRArr. ,, i
joyed the week long visit of his of Gainesville, Dot Haythorne and iJ.J.
sisters, Mrs. Adelia Adams of grandson, Keith, of Gainesville : if
Bismarck, N.D. and Mrs. Matilda Susan and Susanna Slaughter of !,
Zimmerman of Fargo, N.D. They Leesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel ,J,'" ,,., t
enjoyed taking the trip to Cape Boyer of Oklawaha. i
Canaveral for the lift-off of the Happy Anniversary 6. OEEKDRIAVTS 20. SOTTRUPAESTAAMGHOT 34. YSRAELTGTUAODBEFKO 48." SHfflATACfMJMMOCElETNOTflON :
Space Shuttle Discovery. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng ': '
Birthdays... celebrated their 38th' wedding an- TSRA I:
niversary on Nov. 9. '
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Nov. 10, Sandra Aviles: Nov. 11,
Elem. School
Andy Smith; Nov. 12, Sld Russell; Hampton I .. V <
Nov. 13, Glenn Frlesel.Brlan Davis, News 4:
and MIndy Hersey; Nov. 14, Amy Santa's Secret Shop ItI
Horne, Stacey Rhoden and Darren School children, parents and 7. YPNAOMCRGOETNAEARD 21. EFORERKUR 35. YNLIHEMTASFEWKRAE 49. EROTSDOFODAM6GAQPEPYEYNREAJLPTSMGOMC ;.
Whitehead; Nov. IS, Lillian Hall and friends are invited to do their early NAMRSRATRE&B ,' : .' TATISNRUFRAKMNED "
LouannHill. :" \ ETESSTEOSUJt.
Christmas shopping at Santa's :
Condolences... Secret Shop adjoining the cafeteria.
Attractive gifts are available at .
Sympathy is extended to the family prices ranging from 10 cents to 600. .'
of Martha Brown who died at age This shop is sponsored by the "-
85 on Wednesday, Nov. 7.Hampton school PTA which In turn benefits all

Lake News school children. 8. >- ,22. YSRMLAEImtUJW 38. SCJOHPTFARN60E 50. CNLTEPRAC.EUT1LAET, ,"
The shop opened on Monday, Nov. J :- :' ;
Pre-ThanksgivingCelebration 12, and will be open from 8 a.m.until :::IW '. V ,
On Monday, lOVe 12, Mrs. Mabel noon on school days until Nov. 20. ," ;;

Nessmith hosted a covered dish lun- ,Kindergarten Make. Pies I, ', $,.
cheon at her home for members of On Tuesday, Nov. ,13. Cyndee )!;.titI. .', ,' .r, \
her Sunday school class. Some 20 Lawrence's kindergarten class '. I':
members of the Keystone Heights made delicious pumpkin pies which

Friendship Alliance Church attended they later enjoyed eating.They were' 9. D.CIfWOF.RTAEGREWLH 23...., YYCELNREA6HAC.CEMLS... 37 CHAHERAKETLAEOWTST. 51' NLOCAYTUAEBWrnBT
the meeting and luncheon. assisted In this project by SheUia i,;!{ .tlJNO'or';' NOKSNI '" : ,,;
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Turkey with all the trimmingswere Padgett and Arlene Rich. ', '" ,'" <,f. .
enjoyed by the group which School Holiday 9 ,
also included special guests from Thanksgiving holidays, will be I ', .. .'..
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,1977. the Bite lady harriers took Crossing the magic line first for
i home the first place trophy Satur- BUS and 6th overall was Paul RESULTS
I dayF.Novr 10; to Coach George McKinney In 17-10: with long-time :i
r JLope::' ... team-mate< and competitor Eddie Olrl' Vortllyi i.HHS (M), .-t-coLLB
l" Not to be outdone, the boys also Tennant right behind him in 17:11: to (M).
I l-l1 qualified for the state meet schedul- gather in 7th place. Individual Pleas ,
,ed for Saturday, Nov. "They knew they had to their 1-Lorl I.pp IltU
17, hi Deland, run 4.K.II.y Jccktwi Hill t-Lli* Tl.my 12,", ,
lllh\Qgth\rd\ \ at. Pislricl|;., very best race to make it to state and T..rl.r. H..TU 13"". tvctwryi e.vt. 111*?.
.y 'W 've"?,?, the youngest girl's they did It,-" said Loper of his men ..-ell."An' ....,..11..',p-LIIMte IMwMt l"ll(, .
team coming into the state meet," "I'm just as excited for the guys ... 80,'. .
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meet .17.1',7..otle Tmitmt 7i)1. 14-Tkwnn MOMUi4 rp ; BII3 Girls Varsity Cross Country Lisa Tlerney Coach I
I'I.seniors'. "WtTve come real close The 84 was held at FJC North ., \ runners are all LlWI..P' George Loper)
I' ', 1Fwllf. Wright I1.FNary CM/WI :'< jmlles after winning the the District 2 Cheryl Bogle, tori Sappy and Chris: Andent, '
since I took over In DOjjbuY: this-was Campus end hosted by Episcopal |)J.44 Skip AMulUN' ,1414ial In YlwnmMil ,. championship. 4' \
*?*the first time" the Tft.: !'..\'.. < and. :$,.olles.. 'of",."Jacksonville, /.,., Last. *. ',..... "t,,,di;: ..'.. The quad Is ti|J-,t. ,",.'Barbara." "..', Harrln. Kelley Jackson

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I Tornadoes Prepare.. for Possible.' ;,;3Way- Play-Off, .' t NOW OPEN! THE NEWEST .


Why would the Tornado football home. on the site of the -.I""I; the KHS in front of its own'fans, Hurse EATING PLACE IN STARKE...
team be practicing twice this Satur- Should: Interlachen beat Clay type of purse II. soys
day'Nov. 17? Bradford would be district cham- Coach says 'heJsi.told\ : If BUS Wins,..?
Because they're preparing aof.lsettforCMonday pion; no play-off would be FHSAA Commissioner Fred Rocelle feh' SANDWICH'au"
three-way play- necessary. If Interlachen wins BUS that,, a vote of the principals! the Opponent for the Districtone $
will the
be
night, Nov. 19 and KHS would still have identical site would be unfair since two District probably
That's right Monday night. 4-1 district records but BHS would be schools are from Clay County Hurse Santa Fe High SHOPPE i

Bradford High and Keystone High district champion because of its win prefers a toss of the coin and says week Santa, and Fe Is favored Plays Cross City this 107 E. Coll) Street Starke, FL
are both 4-1 in district play. Clay over KHS which has ended its finest Rozelle has told him a coin toss is the to win. 1
High now 3-1, plays Its remaining season ever with a 9-1 record. way the site Is usually chosen. Santa Fe is a tough physical team : I
diatrlet game against Interlachen If favored Clay High beats In- Hurse also prefers a one-quarter with Hurse big rangy athletes, Coach SPECIAL OF THE WEEK/ -
tomorrow night(Friday, Nov. 18) at terlachen it will throw District 8 into play-off as opposed to the overtime says. Now 7-2. Santa Fe has '
the expected 3-way tie, type where each team gets four lost only to Gainesville Eastslde and Bowl of Soup or Chili
necessitating the play-off. downs from the 10 yard line.; Perry In the second game of the "
Therefore KIDS is rooting for Clay to Size of the stadium is also! ''an important season. Reg. Hot Dog $2.00
Winner
of the
win; if Clay loses It will put KHS out factor in choosing the Santa Fe play-off ,.
of the Coach Hurse says Rozelle has told game ,will face the District 5-2A
playoffs.Principals champion Holies of o EAT IN OR TAKE OUT OPEN 8 DAYS
will him. Bradford Hurse has the Jacksonville a
of the three schools says
passing club. As Hurse SANDWICHES MON-FRI 7 1m 3 pm
travel to Gainesville this to largest stadium. sees It now. a BREAKFAST
the headquarters of the Florida Saturday High Clay Coach David Mitchell prefers Santa Fe Is the toughest play-off op- 0 CROISSANTS. SALADS DRMS.! 964-4524
School Athletic AwwvlwMnn tn vole Keystone as the sit..n! hi can heal ponent.


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coaches this week are
busily preparing their players for
Jasper this Friday night Nov.16,on
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play-off Monday night Nov. 19, for ROCERYl P
District 8-2A honors. j
3-6 to date, shows .. -
Jasper High :
many offensive looks. Head Coach PillsbU Plus !
David Hurse has films of five Jasper Boneless
games and is at least showing each SAVE $1.30 PER POUNDWhole
look the Trojans have used to the -" Cake Mixes
Tornado players. I
Against Perry the Trojans used a Beef ,1 ALL VARIETIES
spread offensive set with four yards
between each lineman spreading $69, :
them out all across the field. BHS
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Against Santa Fe, the Trojans us- Rib Eve'U.&D 18.&O2BOX! '
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: Mix, ., the regular 4-2 defense. Keystone : a f V x.....rl
used unbalanced line J CUMBERLAND GAPBoneless SAVE OO PER LB '
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BHS Defensive Secondary Coach PLANTATION BRAND.FOR YOUR TURKEY STUFFINQ $119 Betty CrockerStuffing .,' : II f
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Jasper is a troubled squad this LB CHICKEN,CXSRNBR AD OR HERB.SAVE '
season with discipline problems .1.1< BRAND SIZZLE SAVE'I1 PER :'. .
which have resulted in the benchingof Sandwich Steaks P ." .8,9 U.S.OA. '''' .
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some players.The LE CONTINENTAL INDIVIDUAL SLICES : .t' I .. ;
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a bad year for the usual winning ." Baking ,Hens ,
team.Jasper beat Macclenny in the Chicken Gizzards .u L8 69 ;'

second game of the season after "' "it,,tf<' LB .. 1
Baker had beaten the Tornadoes. TO SPREAD- r e..i."':". ..,

Jasper has also beaten Brooks County ,PINebUTyFroahtg ., ,,. ;> 1UZ'I': .2.,_ : '1.
Ga, and Fernandina Beach. J: ". ,
Jasper has lost to Camden County Turkey LARGE MEATYDrumsticks SAve ..La'I"I\$ "' ".... 1'1

Live Perry Oak and Monticello.Clay High Madison 30' PET" 2' gt'; ..Martha White Com Meal.",,.. ,1..29 i

Jasper''was 8-2 last season and. ..', FAMILY, awM sort', ',. ', "' .

beat BHS 21-0. : SIZE..y ChIok Broth .... . r' ,002 .39 ,: 1 1D8QUARI1"f.I'I'

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The Trojans are big and pretty '
quick, points out Coach Hartley. All FU'LLY'' C'OOKEDb" ., I,A THE COMBINATION ALL,AMERICAN OP TRAY SERVES I "'French'sSpecialty ,
the defensive team except one, are 1Q TO 12Boiled "
listed as seniors. our n" Ham 6 'rPotatoes' !
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Tornadoes Clinch Tie for District Against Hawthorne, Subs Gain Experience';

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With the easy win over Hawthorn 1 .. .rt.... .. -. ..".. ... ".... '
*:had It yards rushing II : .:i : weak side
Hawthorne, the Tornado footballer ":JI nlng guard Keith GUItngham timed lot :36! yards. QB Frank Long
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th"f1; t half, and minus?1 yards the I ., and weak side
Bradford tackle
of High clinched at feast a second half. : '''' Greg ran once for 10 yards Gerald Brown
tie for Class 2A, District 8 honors. Defensive tackle Chris Cribbs had ,); '''' :' Jackson. ran twice for 15 yards. Sub running
That's the biggest accomplishment :2 tad lea and :2 assists Tony Diggs, Thornton, Greg Jackson, and Gill. back Greg Wiggins ran 9 times for 13,
the Tornado eleven made last Barrji Warren, and Jess McSwain ..... Ingham were named by coaches as yards. Sub quarterback Johnny A
week, other than it gave the Brad had,3 tackles each.. .. a < the best offensive linemen of the Clark ran twice for minus-4: yards.. ;:;
week
for the .
Hawthorne "
ford subs a chance to play. ; :\ game. I
Completely down : 1 ; Best defensive lineman honors Subs Gain Experience.\, ;
shutting the II
Drives I' '
Hawthorne option was rover back at Will., ," \ ::<\ '''' ,; went to Early and Billy Jackson, the "We're goeR!
line drove big holes M 'I'\'I.. :' '' leading
tacklers.
Billy Jackson who did a real good ''Ud to play. It definitely helps, {team::
Job says Coach Mike Sexton Qfljse defense as BHS moved I; I!'', Tony; Diggs, who intercepted two morale," say Head Coach David.*
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Jackson led the team in tackles with will. 'l"i,' :: IoI'. "! passes ran punts back for good yardage Hume. > '- '.v Js
7 individuals and one assist. no time to build up .j' "\0 "JfC' -1!' '''I returned kickoffs, and played The JV. ptavcrs broughtVp to the|
Linebacker Michael Intercepted however.The touchdowns deep safety was named the best V Varsity "..,will have to
Early
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easily. defensive
i.oW .. back.
two between' .
both of now"and
he ran back for passes touchdowns. which'Early TIM starting offensive line consistsof ..", '.r.,>"'\'" 'fi." ,,,.., '_......'.."..'... \ Beet offensive back honors went to Getting With It.:. points out Hurse, next' season,11;

had four tackles and three assists. tight ends Michael Early and Tl Pass.. running back Clinton Jenkins who The playing time was badly needy ted
Defensive end Ron Brown blocked Mike Chappell, strong side tackle end ran six times for 59 yards a 9.6 Amy Clark the only girl who playsa by the pew players the coachJ.
a punt for a safety and recovered Donnle Thornton, strong side guard Tight Mike Chappell heads for yards per carry average. tuba In the BUS band rerally gets said. :
the endxone on a :5-yard TO Jess McSwain 16 times for 29
pass ran Into her
two Hornet ,fumbles tune at the Hawthorne
Tommy Parker center Darnv Man- '
from QB Fra k Long yards, fullback \ j
I Barry Warren, 7 game -

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!HoBday Hawthorne J :


I Tornado gridders, rolled easilyover

Broad 16 LBS & UP the luckiest Hawthorne
Brasted Hornets for a 574 Class 2A.District

football victory last Friday night,
I" ALSO AVAILABLE ,)Nov. 9, s "< ? ,? ., :*#vf;
:Every Tornado gridder played in
! FARMER GRAY SELF BASTING the blow out. Bradford coaches

I / O' TURKEYS WITH AUTO POP-UP began substituting In .the. second
I UP. 9' TIMER/SWIFT BUTTERBALLTURKEYSDUCKSBAKING Quarter,, and the subs,; Including
'. \ / HENS those ,brought up from the junior
: ,; CORNISH HENS & LARGE .varsity when that season ended,
CHICKENS/FULL played the entire second half despitethe
ROASTING
.,. coaches'' fear that some of the
LINE OF CANNED younger players would be injured in
; .IlII'iy" HAMS .',.competition with larger varsity
"? : players. *.,;
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", t.,.,.. B" youngsters, but you're always concerned -
UMrT.oN WITH A 10.00 \. ;about their-safety,1': ,;Head
IURCHASE.GROCERY Coach David Hume said Monday,
OR MORE ADDITIONAL:
:; EZ FOIL RACK'N ROAST PANPalcesMm looking back on the game. >I i<
CCXJPOW8 m ncTNe4HUmnAr' The JV linemen didn't know who
.NOVEMnea is TWHU WEDMCSOAV. NO"WB 21.1904.u.s. RECTANGULAR $1 29
to block
ddper or. how to block.: Hornets
REDEEM FECieftAL 1
.' PR OVAL stunted
players through the young
BHS linemen too inexperienced to
pick:,them up, and stacked up the
PANTRY PRIDE young backs.Quarterback for the
N'0. i second half was Johnny Clark. The.
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Cranberry'Sauce '. running back was Greg Wiggins :"1
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l h 1 V' $ 'T49, .,Scoring at,Will...,. 'J:

".'i .,, ,Baldng. > Tornado starters scored at will;It
L : 'i ,,(" '" ".:. 'was' ;?1-0 after .the... first period and.
l< 37-0 at the half : ,,a
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'J'. ::t". .SAVe.. 'Game: statistics aren't much. The
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'.. :.!X'! '. CAN :i rushlnglards, which were 128 the
the second half,
: CRISP STALK SAVE! 9' SAVE 37 QB Frank Long went up the mid.

Tomato Sauce .,3 eoz .89 FRESH dle for the first TD with 7:50: remain-
Florida Ing in the first period. Tony Diggsset
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La wry Seasoned SatyKOnHER ,_, ., 1.19. Celery : 'Onions Le eAG to Hornet the Hawthorne punt., 18:of a short high..

J \ 0fI POU91VIaeIc /' 1If : : .',; ; '. '..' '. ', A pass Interception\,'put BHS back
"in business on the Tornado 35. In 10taYB.BliSdrove
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: : ic- : CaiTOtS LBBAQ I Peppers Early'returned! intercepted i(37 yards a for Hornet touchdown.pass and,

/ BHS led 210. H :
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,; :' : D.. CANADIAN WASHINGTON RED OR GOLDEN GEORGIA NEW CROP Hawthorne got just a yard out oi a

; :. '' '' Root, u e Yellow JDeliciousApples '. SweetPotatoes, fourth 'down, screen pass, putting
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; BHS back 'in business on its 30.
EGULAROR SUGAR FREE J'' w Rutabagas Fullback Barry Warren went over
I from 5 yards out, Francis added his
.'.f: r-: ,." \ .Jourth extra point, and BUS Jed,28-0
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,- ,S PACK 1 19 79 SAVE 10PERLB- Defensive end Ron Brown blocked
SAve 6' SAVe,2O'
,a Hawthorne punt'from the 12, the
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-' PER LB "__ football going out the end of the end-
,.;', ," ., 'zone for a safety, putting BHS up
CHUNK' 3QI.'I '

'cl1 lh fn Dog Food ..,: 25L14.59 -- Just' minutes later defensive end
Brown slid out of' bounds at the
,1asOZDtLIA@OnA11A1Non I,: : FROZEN DAIRY/ DE aI'' Hornet '19 with a loose Hawthorne

; MCeisir,fudge : ;)t/bG21.29 QUART pitchout. The BHS'offensive line 1

aaoz FROZEN Axeirod . .1.09 cleared large hole up the middlefor
? Egg Nog ,
eounc eAK,B ocflN08ALT' .; : running back Clinton Jenkins on
., rfllCi' Potato CWpPapal .. 7(1Z ,.9, Mrs. SmIths ,$169' 10OZ BUTTER RUM PORT WINE A SHARP first down, and it it was 37-0 at the
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,PepperldgeP'''''' .; soR', ,,. PANTRY PfjIDFr? a. With two ,Tornado,defenders:fall
[ (:. MARGARINE QUARTERS over him, Hawthorne Ronnie Rawls
;. Whipped 59, .Blue Bonnet. . . 1wa .69 ,caught a short pass, and then outran
':.S1'a: Diet Pepsi,, imA Topping HALF GAL CTN. J the., Tornadoes for. the only'touchdown
!:;:.Mt..Dew Pepsi In the third period, the
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'WJIY'E; & BEER:_ '$ 19 Smokle Links SJ5 . z BHS up 44-7 with 1015 remain.
p., : Minute Maid 1 : 79\ ing in the game .'
';T; .. :: \r 'AMERICAN' QUALITY
Clrasl e'Juice. ,On Hawthorne's first
Sliced Ham a 2.49, following
+ ioaroarept Lykes
Aaus.aa ..a' down linebacker Michael got,
t Early
.. 11TMeV, .e ,,. .. ..a.\.:f, 'v; a'.:; ....99'' j FROZEN_' OWU MASTER CHICKEN FRANKS OR 1.-. ;his second pass Interception and also
,. II ;",. PACKERLABE.. 8UBoIog na . PK >.99. ran this one in for a TD.BHS was up
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\ .' .... 1'1 ::0fI1. ,Wlriepr: .,!, ,UNR,..'" Grated. '89-, .TENNESSEE, PWOC< HlATU T .51-6 with' 9:35 remaining. .: !

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:, L .., .. ., ''fumble onthe: Hornet 24. McSwain
>'. ,'.'VII'JI'I. -- fumbled the ball on third down,,but
,I; ::7.i/ BHS' Roach recovered Francis:
." \. I' came'ort for a 37 yard field goal.BHS
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RULES OF THE GAME NAME THE WINNING _
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''I'' TEAMS EACH WEEK AND
1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employee and their immediate families are 3)) In case of ties we will UM the total points scored In the Bradford High School '
welcome la enter but there I I. a limit of one entry per person each week. gome each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and must be drop In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent com 7UIJrrrr.!
ped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all bind In the tiebreaker blank. For instance If the score in the Tornadoe gamewas _
the blank,with either the name of the team you think will win or "tie" If you Tornadoes 19 Opponents f, the correct score was 26 points.
.think the game will end In a tie. The person who pick the moil games right will 4)) All decisions. of the fudges are final. A second tiebreaker will be used Ifnec..sary
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NOTICE YARD SALE PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT 0 '

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SALE GOOD SELECTION Used
MOVING
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISIN0 should be submitted SEWING MACHINES REPAIREDi ''All MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME Travel Agy '
to the Bradford County ride and walk-b.hind lownmowers;. makes cleaned oiled end adjusted. PARKiMoblle home and space for To Op.n Dec. 15 I

Telegraph' office 'In writing and! paid In chain saws Pow.r; many oth.r bargains.Starke 322 S. $15. Work guaranteed. James, rent. Recreational vehicle* w.lcom., I"N. Temple! Ave.Subscribe. 4 cru/l llcgar
advance unless credit It already Equipment 10/25 Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Phone 468.2912. 9/16 tfn
Walnut St. Stork. 964-8568.
established with this off lc.. Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTiOne mil. (

THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT M FRIDAY 4tchg 11/15 ft SATURDAY 93. New A used CHAIN LINK FENCIi Installed. Free from Starke city limits Clan No

HELD RESPONSIILI FOR MISTAKES IN tools' furnishings, sporting goods, estimate. Handy-Man Fence' '''Co. chlldr.n or pets. Hwy. 16 W. Call I IIn ., REALT
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD: IS TAKEN OVER housewares S clothe 315 N. Clark St. Owner Tommy 'eddl.h. 96/-8559,'3/29 4681323. 10/07 tfn
THI TELEPHONE. tin ;,. CLEAN MOBILE HOMESfor r.nt. On Hwy. ,
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Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY. 10/25 South MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King site. 16 W. Close to prison. Can 468-1323. PHONE 964'.7776
GARAGE SALEiFrl. 16th only 301 Starke
to have for !.. 10/07 tfn : CECILIA
NOON prior Thursday publication. Also quilts so Assort.dsius
Minimum charg. Is 15,words for$2.73 GARAGE behind ERA SALE.Realty.11/15 Sot. only from tchg 9 1111 4. and designs.' Betty Hlldebrand STUDIO APARTMENTIW..kly, monthly Call Monfez' [ERWIIUGAR 205, N. Temple! Starke I
th.n 10 cent for each word thereafter. 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg rat. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple
534 West Pratt .children clothes, SPECIAL
WANTTOMINKf Ave. 7/28 tfn
household goods and Stanl.y Home 3ol-4 BR, 2 BA on 5 plus
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ROOM FOR RENT BY THI REAL ESTATE INVESTORS: We have lust|
Ac. Pond.
Product 11/15 tchg 42500.
FCAN (Florida Classified Ad N.twork). WANT TO STOP? MONTHiW/SwImming pool. Mold
YARD SALEi9-4 Sat. 656 W. Madison St. service 38-lt. Commercial listed seven ((7)) excellent rentals! Five
For$125 ((25-word.).your ad will go Into TH ATS OURS linen Included. Restaurant and ac.
baby Clothes, crib walker carseat 2.89 aCt 15000. Low down : duplexes and 2 homes. All are rented and
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and Alcoholics Anonymous9t441SO94eB949e4S434 lounge on premises. Utilities Included.
chainsaw and ,
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weeklies) for a circulation of 1.000,000 mar. 11/15 $300/mo. Free parking Econo Lodg.of paym.nt. have a positive cash flow.
readers. Make that money work foryou..Sell GARAGE SALEilnslde rain or shine, ALANON Stark. 964.7600.5/03 tfn 1358.2 BR, 2 BA 1981 MH I .........?
Call men women and children clothing. ) ', NOW TAKING with 2 Ac: Furnlihed. Fence
the FCAN FAMILY GROUP APPLICATIONSfor BR, 2
way. Baby Items. Fri. 9-3.'Sot. 92. CR 225 v ed 30000. SPACIOUS, BRICK 3 BR, 2 .. Large. greot room
964-6305 ask for Sylvia. Today. .*.-621' f BA opt. For more Information call Lake I
between Lawt.y ft Prison. 11/15 2tpd thrv 380-3 BR, 1 w/freplace.( Double garage Builder',will finish to
.DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I p4 1/16 Butl.r Apts., 4963141. Equal Oppor BA MH on )10
11/22 A. I suit your taste or you can finish at a reduced price.
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Septic tunity Houtlna. 6 tfnchg Lawtey 31500. Good '
3 FAMILY YARD SALEiSat. Nov. 17, 8-4 '
GREAT MAINTENANCE
FREI HOME 'In
HOMES FOR SALE S.W. Corner of 229 ft 225 (Brown!..Rd. tank pump-out grease trap.\drain 'FURNISHED '. KINGSLEY LAKE COT- owner terms county.
lines retold. Residential and commercial. TAGEi3 Bit, $350 month. 10-month I Cony to town, fruit A oak trees, "/ 'yr.. old. Exc,
ft Bayless Highway) turn baby Items, buy at $51.500.DISCOVER .
licensed. Reasonable. lease. No children.
Fully pets no 964-6491
WE BUY First and Second Existing Mortgages outdoor tools, pictures, baby Items, 964.8121,10/10 tfn 0 9/06 tfn A WORLD OF BLISSFUL PRIVACY) Within

and also originate home equity 'bench bedding ft much toys, clothes 11/15, weights and JERRY ELECTRICAL Now In Starke. LOG SPLITTERFor rent by day or hour. 'this new stone A cypress,dramatic contemporary on ,
loans. Call Liz langley. at 964-3010, more. tchg Reasonable prices. Free estimate. Call 964-6974. 10/4 tIn a 10 Ac. site In the city. Sumptuous touches Include
YARD SALEiThurs. I Fri. 9 am to 5
8/09 tfn pm 24-hour .service.. 964-6897. 10/18 4tchg MOBIL HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS2 BR gorgeous wallpaper 2 fireplaces4 BR, 2 BA with
Grlffls road from S.E. 28th .
BY OWNERt Quiet close, convenient. Loop across 11/08' across from Lak. Geneva $155 per exc. traffic pattern $133,000.
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Spacious 4 BR, 2 8A.,Lots of storage.Chalnllnk 11/IStahg miles north of GOT A LEAK IN THE ROOF, HOLD IN THI month. Furnished or unfurnished WB ARE PROUD TO OFFER one of Bradford County'struly
FIVE FAMILY SALEiSat. 4
carport workshop. Pecans. Starke 301 .I.ctrlc appllcances, furniture FLOOR fduc.t need flxln', n..d a lockon 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn Ml N.Temple Ave. luxurious: homes situated across from the
1.96 acres. Good gardening. Down ,on rnens tools, clothes, children the door? W. do all this and much TRAILER SPACES AVAIlABUiUnder n.w Sterke.Fl12091STROUT Country Club. Extraordinary privacy and gracious

payment. Assumable mortgag. mens and women's ft misc. 11/15 tchg more. Home and Mobil. Home repairs, management (Bradford Motel). Call living are available In this 3 BR, 2% BA, brick home.
964-5610. 8/30 tfn Mon.-Frl. 8-6 .964-8830. Aft.r 6 964-5332 for Information. tInS
p.m. An of condition.A .
BIG YARD SALEiLots of everything! Sat. I uncommon concept: living. Superb
ON LARGE CITY LOTS BR home, fenced. and weekends; 964.8961.10/25 tfn BR BLOCK HOMEtCA/Heat. Stove REALTY
SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE
Nov. 17, 3 1/2 miles south of Stark. on Beautifully
Larg. living room and dining room kitchen ALL BREED PROFESSIONAL' HANDLERS ,refrigerator furnished. $380 INCOtIPOIIl\rto
) per mo.
100 toward Keystone 9 am to 3 pm. constructed white brick, 4 BR, 3 BA w/swlmmlng
has lots of cabinet and Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn liKMtse
space pan Training conditioning grooming.tc.Att.nding
9644722. J. with the
11/15 tchg pool. Designed family In mind
try. N.wly painted papered and most Southeastern shows.Wayne TWO HOUSES FOR RENTi3 bedroom 2)) 94-1931 473-309
YARD SALEs 17 *SMASHING
Nov. 9-2 CONTEMPORARY
acrossSouthslde ; cedar
shade ) 2-story at
carpeted. Central heat larg. and Carol Starke, .964-4127. bath. Completely remodeled. Stark
trees with utility building. Needs on Elementary. 11/01 4tchg 11/22 or... 473-7832. 11/01 tfn Country Club. 2S84 sq.. ft. on 2 lots Beaut. Insul. .
owner and some TLC. No owner financ Recorder/player, household Items, BOB'S MOBILE. HOME MOVING 2 BEDROOM 2 lATH' MOBILE Fireplace. 3 yrs.. old.:SP $175,000 mfg.$73,000 at '
ing. 31500. Firm. Serious Inquiries toys Avon )jewelry clothing books. -Moving Blocking AnchoringCool HOMEiKeystone Heights area. TrampolinesFactory 9'A". Mo. Pmr $"..96.
only. Call Jessy 372-7734 or 4623998. 11/t5tpd Celling Skirting 4737832. 11/01 tfn ROOM TO ROAMI 256$ sq. ft. home Is located on
10/25 4tchg 11/15 FRI. SAT.iFurnlture tools' gas heaters, We have axle ft wheel. .MOBILE HOME WITH EXPANDO LIVING 3% Ac. wBit., 3 BA A CH/A.S10S.OOO.
doors, dishes, clothe, lots misc. Ham '
601 S.WATER STREET;owner.2 BR,CB Call Bob Christmas ROOMi2 BR. No pet. $225/mo. $175 Direct HOME A APPROX. 49 ACRES HWY 229) 99000.'
mond Rood off 301 North. 11/15
home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn tpd 1- 9-3799-M.cclenny deposit. Call after 6, 964-6054.. 11/01 Assm. mtg. of approx.. $48,000 at 9X mo. fmt
LOG HOMES Ov.r 40.rustic models to 11/084tpd 11/29 tfn lay A>Way now for 1385.". 2nd mtg.for $20.000 at 13% by owner.

choose from. S.nd for FREE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LIKI ART WORKiSlgns or drafting In my LARGE ONE BEDROOM TRAiuRiCompletely Chroltmos COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 21$' ON 301) ,

BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES RENT/LEASE ham. References available, 533-2502., furnished Including utilities, $2500 Down Located In the Heart'of Stark. Approx. 1100 sq. ft.
Rout. One Box 84-CF, Moss Tennessee after5.11/15tchg $65 per week hear Graham 485-1371. 8 ft.'x .12 N. $235 HAMPTON LAKEt Redwood A brick 3 BR. 2 BA
38573 ((615)) 2583648. (fcan) 1/2 PRICI PERM SALIiRegularly $40 now 11/15 tchg.FURNISHED. home Fireplace A scrn'd porch on landscaped ac.
13 Ft
FOR SALE LEASE OR TRADEi 7500 Sq. Ft. RoundS299 :;
$20. Halrplanes, call now 9644645. I. ONE BEDROOM plus lot. $94,200.eHISTORICAI .
CARS & TRUCKS 2-story masonry building at corner of 11/13 tchgBABYSITTING DUPLEXPartof ROOMS FOR RENT
East On. block HOME )IN IAWTEY 6 BR, 2 BA on 7%
Call ft Thompson St.
752-I999
IN MY HOMEiNewbornage Week Month 752
Day 9412 ac. 2 MH hookups. "'.900.,1. lots toned MH.
; from City Hall. Mak. an offer ((904)) 'n.a'! schools. Come MAGNOLIA HOTEL 752. ,
tend and 5385
79 LINCOLN TOWN CAR Good to lake Clly SECLUDED CHARMING, 2-.,ory'S' BR., 3'/ 'BA.
3566849. Clyd. W. Simpson 1119 McMahoni! Str.... Ask for -Undo. Across from Stork. P.O.
706
Sales.Hwy
3750. Can be seen at Olln's MH !
CH/A. office llm. Fish 7 Ac.
See
Barnett Bank Building Jacksonville, Fl '' I Sep. }In city pond on ,
UNFURNISHED 2 BR APARTMENT "
100.:Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn 11/1 tchg ; bellevel '
87 CHRYSLER 4-dr. Sedan black. Good 32202. 10/25 tfn GLASS CUT TO ORDER) Doors, wlndowetc. .'; DUPLEX Available Nov. 1. $235 per to SP Now $89,900. "
condo 1000. Can be seen at Olln's MH ., JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. : md./$100's.c.' deposit. 122 N. Myrtle Shop& Compare! $38,500)'Will buy' this 3 BR, ,1% BA, WCHIn

, Sol... Hwy. 100. Call 964.5606.10/2$ WANTED 964-6078.. Orders also taken In'La t., StJ964-8944.il/01tfrr fui| ,country fireplace1, deck.& patiovf Ae. Circle! ",roy,...
y Spcvial rI11r4' for .
tin I ,jfj -', -. Butler....496.307,9 .Cllld j(. Ane, OrF .i DQ) '. \ COMMtERgAL; OINIMA' Jupl S4j9 ARB LtiJ$4
,vm ,
x !J 4TQWP!1 U biU Hirrni' 14atk ..
COVT SURPLUS CARS .TRUCKS under AXLES ft TIRES Two oxlei and; four'flreV: : yL_ H.lghn. ..73-4973.2F26 Ttn75'- ''' wty .1s1 I .. h.,6'1, 'W $100. Now available your or... Call Highest prlc. paid. Green's Welding STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT OR LEASERS' ''heat, and air conditioning. Located at All t>p >H iif 'home lots ova lab!.. ,-''r > >. mt", H4 -' .xxw-M: .PI'

1-(6l9)-569-024( ) 11/01 3tchg 11/15 Shop. 301 South Stark., FL. 964-3007. x 32 $115 month Coll 9648586. 111 S S.E. corper,of Calf ft Thompson St.Con owners policies (nr -BR.. 2..BA MORGAN!> RD; Beautifullyland,

'13 LINCOLN 4-door, Signature series, 11/03 tfnchg tchg'I I tact Freeman Register, III. 9645888. 111111)\1 Ii' hum vet. scaped with 'swimming pool surrounded. by chain,

Ilk. n.w.$17,700. Loan value 16000. Wl BUY SELL TRADEi Gold silver 11/01 4tchg 11/22 Call (for Quote link fence, paved driveway 2,500.
'82 Jeep.Cherokee, with Larodo diamonds. Highest prices paid. I1 III FURNISHED HOUSE No children no OVER 100 FT ON LAKE BROOKLYN) By Approx.! ';391

pockag., $10,800.413.2214. 11/01 tfn 9644238. 11/084tpd 11/29 MISCLLANEOUSJ, pet. $300 month,'plus $150 sec. dep. Olin' Mobile ft, deep w/small cotta,_: $27. OO.
179 CHRYSLER CORDOBAi pow.r steering SEMI-RETIRED COUPLEiwIth small travel Fir. Lan. No. 45, Klngsley Lake. e3 BR, IV BAt $37,100. Brick, CHIA a$32.000 mtg.
brakes and AC, elect seats A win. trailer desires reasonable place to KITTENS NEED GOOD HOMEi please call 333.2789,11/08 tIn Home Sales, price If you qualify. 104 Long St. '
dowse Cruise. Factory spoke wheels park and live In same. Requires some If you can help) 964-4301. 11/08 2tpd t FACE HOUSE WITH ACRES Located between Elaine M. Olin COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cozy, brick stucco on
with lock $1675. 782.3110. I Itehg 11/13 use of shower consider possible part 1115'I i Stark. and State Prlion,3 BR 2 Agent Rd. J30A.S BR/ 1. pAy CHAA. I.autlfull.decorat.d.. .
178 MERCURY ZEPHREt Station wagon. time work exchange.. 964-8484 leave FREE TO GOOD HOMItWhlte 3 yr. old" 1 BA. CHCA. Min. 6 mo.. 'lease req.W25. 964.5606 NICE ACREAGE Great prlce-20 plus acres located,

Clean Inside and out. Pow.r steer message "Benno". Lot 63. 11/151pd female pit bull. Lawtey 782.304611/15 ', p.r mo. 1-332-0177 eves. ft weekends.. ,ion Morgan Rd;.3fwlls,< 2 Sep..tanksm. barn A
ing/brakes. A/C. 6 cyl. $1850. MALI GERMAN SHEPPARDtApprox- tchg'; ". .. I 11/08 tfll' toolshed. Can be divided. 27.000 ea.or $30,000 all.
7823110. Itchg 11/13 Imat.ly 1 yr. old for good watch dog FREE PUPPIES :TO GOOD HOMECall f 2 BR FURNISHED APARTMENT'Lights and Steve, roadwa"" 708 W.:CALL: STl Only. $3S,0001.Beautifully.op-
If 10 FORD GRANADAi .2 door power 9646974.11/15 tchgNEWDVV after 6 p.m., 4589.11/15 tchg ... hot; wat.r Included $200 mth., $75. Minted and .
2 BR Irving dining rooms.NEARLY
steering/brakes. AC. Good tires, 'deposit, 1'' BR furnished Apartment. TREE SERVICE 'I super
$2273. 782-3110. Itchg 11/15 $150 mo.. $75 dep. No utilities furnish NEW ANTIQUE BRICKsOn 27. Ac. located
1973 DODGE SWINGERslmmaculate, V-8 BOATS "T'j ed..No pets. 9648071. Itpd 11/15 Kemoval( ) Roberts Rd. off Rdj 14.<3 $R. t BA, CHAA. Carport.

318 power steering/power brakes. On wooded lot with Imp. I (KITCHENETTES, Week'All! 'utilities'' Trimming *10 ,AC' Fenced. 3% Ml. $. of ,Starke.' $19,900.
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A/C $900 firm.,964-5063 days, .after All for $1900 Down, $372 14'MITCHELL GLASS BOATiWIth 9.B Merf furn.Maid service and sleeping room. Owner Jin. available; i "' 1'US
Motel Stump Kemovjil 301 FRONTAOEIApprox" $ n4.iAc! lot..,
4:30 9644992. 11/13 tchg per mo. for only 10 years. cury Gator Troller with extra's. $87 art .Underwood Hwy 301 N, ,.ItchgMOOQKLYN .
Fin'woud .IS AC. ONLY $''.11001 10 g Ac. I Ac.
1977 BUICK-CENTURYFalr condition asking Call best off. 9640484.11/13 tchg r. LAKEtSmoke rise subdlvl- Act Imp.'pail.;
$600 full equlped 964-8663. 11/13 473-2669 t', lion 2 BR, 1 BA., ,walt to'wall carpet. I FreeKslinnitt( l lake w/flsh. By owner '' .,-
tfntchg o : : central: heat and air ,,stove and > 473-4732 HOME A 2 LOTS IN" ,CIt'/E rric.4',0!>> tell, Owner
1976 MONTI CARLOtloaded. fair condition {. cr'beltJ ,refrigerator., No pet*. $300 p.r month. financing. $18.004. ,','-f'i

$1250. 8.5 weekdays, 964-3743.. Southern VillasApartments 1 Sub Call 9645663.11/13 4tchg 12/06 After 5 P.M. OOUBLEWIDE;, ON (CANAIt1. Cia.b.' :,Loke. Inlet.
11/15 tchg Toc/oy// / MOBILI HOMEiClean furnished 2 BI R. 12 137 '00. r ; !

1978 PONTIACiGrond,, Prix $2275 V-8 .;.r .r'I",x 63 near Worthington Springs adults; Keystone,Heights" 'eLA'ICE / ALTO'ESTATES.2: ;2,J BR MH, fin, oi, 9%. Only
power/steering power/brakes A/C. : ; '. only. 375-8614 (Gainesville) 11/15 tpd licensed & In red $29 000 -' '' .1'

782-3110. 11/15 tchg InSfarke: i':2 BR MOBILE HOMCiPrlvate setting on mmitin\ '*TERMs'O' 12% POSSI8LI..6 oct cleared w/approx.

1976 PLYMOUTH ASPENStatlonwagon 2 Bedrooms Now Available Call Monfez/ Grlffls loop. New carpet throughout. 700 on Hwy 901 Si; Inc.'S: deep wells, :3. septic,tanks,
$600. .xc.ptlonally clean inside. Central Heat Stove.Refrigerator, ,.1 'I} Phone 468.2314.11/13 tchg VACUUM 2 MH, Butler'Bldol,Stocked pond A crock .
Needs battery 964.706311/15 tchg Custom Drapes I 964-6305 ji I LARGE, '.",fram. house unfurnished .LOVELY GROUNDSj] w/MH./Klngsley Ik. Estates.
IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR$44through l located In country on SR 235 nice yard $33.900.'I .' ,
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the U.S.'government Get '. Wall to Wall Carpet & More"' i ''wtth pecan tree..,.Call 964-5630. 1113OCoil 'SALE'NEW .:.Aeee.e '

the facts todayl Call .13127421142Ext. 46.4.7295 or961.4214 i- I i10015outMrnVillaDrly I & USED !I. SVINIMOI ,
609,'11/15 41pd,1206Subscribe, i LAVISH OUTLAW r....5475// ,, 'liLt DODO.*4-7_
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:: FOREST Wo Finance IurbwnKiRBI'S JOHN GIIIN.8321'1 1 IRVINO CLASH.M4-7IM
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PIKE TOMMY CHASI mM4Slf MAXIM!SOOTH 4ISIM7NOVISWAtOtUr4S4
Nr' .r.res Hwy 16 W -t ; ,' PAYI NULL/NI115.1543 '
I arroOUal HOYALSEUHKKAS W"YN'DOuOLA5M4Mrx: ,.IOHttLANGfOtIOmS

'" APAlTMENTSClay .. o e 55 s7 .

J HOOVEHS
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Hill Feed :: 1-2; V'3 Ntfroom 'Apts.o ELECTROLUX. -
loNGCH AMP .HOMES FILTER QUEENS: : 1'.e Da '

282-1063 -'s'' ... Cite ; -M
.ddleburgSO F romj' 297" SEARS I oYJ .
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Lb. Supr Block $7.73 I INC i ()M1\1ERt'It\L eo : 0
.5 .b. Supr' Block. ,. . .$67.00 !I |12' t 3 I r4wm! $" Available Now] \\' repair, all makes i M"1n.1-StOliargepgaAAl ,, ) .


.100 Lb..12% Iorse\: .,. .Or$64.00Ton.. ;$B.7S Starke. Florida t I. "L, MadISon., Young's 'Hw{ 3O h o..h1$! ,'k.
Bedroom Brick.Vene.rnom.e ,1SWW.
.,ooL..Whol.Cona..S'.50! 3 G t.'r' { MIrSshpyyrn9{ :",., .. J, 1
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__ \\-lVt Bath;, 'CHI A; Carport Utility Room; .: : :''M.r. m:':jt1011a 964-S312 Since 1957 ; /[;,

Carpeting.- On Your ot 964-6918 III i ;6:4:06420.:: : i .1,, ,?

Rooms LAKE BUTLER CBS $ BR. W/i *;Vlrtyl .. 3 Mileinerfh'.f 4 ,. o (p1 < ,
Starting-At tile fleer, CH.Htll.rm,, MJj4l4M.se. ,
To Rent ft.en Vt-ec.(wood** *
Me). Concrete it I mM ,'paved,' .,.. "
*Weekly :''MonthlyOr $3.. ,5000 street Loke neer ss.rpe 1 M *} 1 :.Janet MtStarling Garpet''" (Any'' :::$'i': ": .. ,5.' '' .?Scotchgard'i'

Butler. # *,msy
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By the Night 8 Different Plans of Financing ; ; ''Reom r '" I Is
urn to$4,000 !
SJortlna 4\to 13%. up rvpvnMRBfe "-"" ,
Located by i'Interest 'end use the $4.000 Realtor: Cleaning &fHa' .I. .''Available'
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Also have let A Acreage For Sale Mdcw ,, : II'' i I" .
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Starke Poif Office ?. meirt.Sele price Ml, '
_Reasonable I Rote*- Forlnfermetloti. QjLi.e&fiS 'f PeYm t51,6ooBy ewe r *r""w;MW4149t ''*:2-10! Ac..),$2.000 per..:. (Deep TSoll Extraclfan !IB Alva! .J vRRgble''' ', ;; !

Magnolia Hotel Call t er 1'7a2-4238 eves, ;!i2,5oa$ Ac ,' ',f.v:"T fr!,Ci : ,I ,.W $le.HoUs> ; Special (Liv}:;if ...;Hrt. 3 Dr.); | :

*20 AC.S to3d7n p+mnt-,I IllS'|
i e30 Ae. $00.000.J Carpet'Dyedt:' #<9 II. 12)),, . . .' . . ''

Plumbing Sup : eSTATHt OLDER HOMO ,
,'y :3 BR. 2 BA $43.COOJ; Furniture Cleaned (Sotl ,'Chw);I' . !

R ; FromDurrcmc' .TING Xf-MOTC; .Bll.JLBA.rjQX. I-.SEl,$37,750.. :...: :''flat;t De1Ightecf' 1 Dan'tIPoy"! : !

'_14 Ac.t $'.750 per are. ;Serving Bradford '& '' Union Co. and: sufrouwHufl( areas
.-3' III.. 2 ?*'. Country.
& AUTOMATIC TRANSI Pump+ ,tl J ,.;= -$45,000"" ?* 'Florida :Carpet :Cle5'a'' Dye '.,Co.f .' "

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' 0 U.S. Ml. N.-M M. femel* 9 $40.000 W. IpBahYat o dliitdi111 and re-clylC.... _watt '.....( .........i .ath' ,

zAc + 6 4 '1 0 Sterke.Hrlee, O B*. "trant.000.. : I Ittt ....III.1de aUto dstaI. ...,w. Offer" WthI" Ba pntftw. ..Oa0NOcN., I
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., SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL : ".. \' "
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;-:- ;)//1'] : ;;". ;Wp.R'axl;' fitting, Water J '
g": 'FOR RENT .?'<.:-. --&./:. .I,' ; ER5oNAh')_ .' :.. .i" "0II1I't106 Bryask Au-S/24 Hardware, (. '1 ; :'" S"I I

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to 'l I -lER I ALe '
[ REALTY, REALTOR CARPENTER WORKS Remodeling work, order, Nutrlllt. Vitamin. I ; : 1, .
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i: Rental Property kitchen cabinet and trim i ?
Available carpentry. Income? Call u* for I ; \
SHWV 21 3 BR. 1 Bath, flreplac, Central Reasonable price. Call 473.4018 after 473-3671.5/10 Hnchg I SKYLINE MOBILE HOME ,CINVER. Hwy
f HI A. $350 per mot ;h. 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg SWAN CREST NURSERY_ ,," ,' :SOI N. Stark Com *e* Dee.Kannnn ,
MOBILE HOME PARK LOT water and CARPET AND VINVli Repair and Installation east of Melrose. 1, ) for the bargain 964-4414 or 9644778. i+
j 1"1"yard ii. preferred. $M per month. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for FIREWOOD full face cord I MOBILE NOME foR SALE. Keyttone .
JEMlNOLI RIDGI.. JVIBA Krnd Craig. 5/17 tfnchg wood. 479-2161. 2tpd / Height 2 BR ;;cross from Lak
t porch newly painted, woodatov. Ex. HANDYMAN All kind. of horn repairs, HAMMOND ORGAN With Aluminum. Go_. $89,00 per'month, $100 down. >.

eeutlv horn $400 per mo. mobllehom repairs, and fix-up need tlon, plus ofgon, each Great Must remain' on lot for five ,...rIj 4,< 'd,,i, ,
HWY 21 LAKE BROOKLYN 3 b.droomt 1 No lob -too small. Minor plumbing 473-2210 Weekday or ; TELEGRAPH 473-7560. Bill. 9/27 Ifn"' '
bath. C.B: horn. $275 per month, (, ', '. repair Cleaning service.I LIght.",,""ul. w..k.nds for appointment : :,' : :I.IIIDIIOOM; ; M/HfutnI'.hed''' ,3/.: acr. '" "i,
2 BR 1 BATH Central, H/A. 2'car garage, Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or _11'10. SOLID OAK Early American Good"? con fenced S20.000. Call between noon a 6,;, .. V .-
lak. acc.... $250 per month. 5/17 tfnchg. or best off.r. .. )| 110 W. Call pm964-5928.il/154tpdl2/6-' ;. ';:,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY PRESSURE WASHING Remove. dirt, 11/8-11/15 : MOBILE HOME FOR SAIEH2 x 60 ((972,. ,' ""
Realtor,.1'3."1 mildew and peeling paint from home*, CEDAR AND OAK LUMBER .( $30 ea. $4,000. after S, 431-1050. : > '
WHITI SANDS LAKE 2 BR hou., driveway, deck. .patio and mobile and dimension J I register for "Jt

lokefront, A/C. Oct. May $250 per ,home.. Call Rick at 4732452. 4tchg 475.2161.2tpd 11/8-11/19 SHOP. 110 W, .
month. Call 2497884. 4tpd I/I-,1.1/22' "/11122HOUseCLEANING BASSINET, CRIB AND 726"v i "
LOT FOR RENT Outskirts of Keystone' d.p.ndabl., Excellent condition. $100 brown ex FOR SALE :,

Height $85 per month. Flr.r last and thorough, references. Call 4732289. 473-7373 Friday evening, .hap*. $75. .
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security deposit. 1 year lease. Callafter 4tchg 11/8-11/29 Sunday. Itchg 11/15 choose from.
PERSONALLY V YOURS ( ) ROLLS Of HAYiOrder your 'hay for thwlntee
6 -IMPRINTED HOLIDAY SALE 50
372.7294.2tchg
p.m. 11/8-11/15 ADVERTISING percent quality and leave It under my barn until '
2 BR MOIILE.'HOME Slav 'andrefrigerator. Businesses-Schools- cosmetics. Going out of to match.
On SRI00 In Lakevlew Clubs-(3iurch.s. Key ,Chains, pen; Now. Call 475-1697.! Itpd W. Call St. Alicia needed Roll of Alicia $25 at born, ''
and
Bahia mined
cop, calendar, decals $22.50 at barn.
Villa. Couple or .ingl.lady. No award, .
475-1032. Itpd 11/1$ pets. trophies, medal., flog, 30,000 Item to FOR SALItGeldlng with for pain Argentina. labia $20 at barn. Hay. barn '
choose from. Your 473.1728.,11/15 tpd. 7 mile North ,of Stark on ,Rdt 16.
2 BEDROOM HOUSE m..agVour'logo.
On Lak. kid
Geneva. furalturei
.FurnUhed. Avallabl. Call 473.2521.2tpd 11/15-11/22 FIREWOODtFor Sal.- roll. Delivery available>> at extra charge. ;
Call
now. per '
\ 762-3727 or 964-6167. 11/13 tin
.,3-2.". Itchp 11/15 CARMICHAEL'S PAINTING Interior Methodist Church hot St. 964-6303.
exterior. Reference*: Call 473-7517. firewood for sale. $.45 for Fifth UTILITY miLDINOiWIred for washer, ;'
WANTED NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE? Call pick-up load cut to 1O/2S! tin, dryer and) freexer.. very nice. Antique '
Chuck delivered and tacked. Call satin drapes, off whit, 2 doubt and 2 ',
Satterwhlte .
Stat. ?
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Farm Insurance source .r. Ingle, with hear and rod. Alma
STANDING TIMBER will cut on shares. Lawrenc Blvd.. Keystone 4733829 for delivery. 11/15 Just call) new. 702-3419 or 782.3666',1115' ;city :J
S.I.ct wood. "".2161. 2tpd Height 473.7272.7/19 tfn J 1101 4tchg PlEW00DIPor''Sal.Keystone''' United :7

NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE* Call Chuck Methodist .Church ha seasoned. oak
YARD SALE Satterwhlle. State Farm Insurance, source' ? Per firewood' for ale.. $.45 for a longbed ':

lawrene Blvd.. Keystone Height. ALCOHOLICS Just call pick-up load _cul to any letgth.:
SATURDAY NOV. 17 a.m. till 5 p.m. "73-7272.7119 Hn mooting Monday 8 : 11/014tchg delivered and tacked. Call 473-2386 or .
Everything must go. 2-330: '' Woman. PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE, ,<::om.pl. meeting Friday 8 I 473.38491or d.llv.ry.11/1S tpd ;
Club Road, Keystone Heights. Itchg .,. lawn con and maintenance.. day 8 p.m. All meetings p.m. at nanny goat, COLOR TVl $99 and up. Next to'Stark i
II/IS. Commercial; or r..I NOVEMBER 17 AND 11. 8 a.m. till 5 .estimates. 478-2197 evening.. 8/02 tfn or 4752130. tfnchg ,, projector 11/24 tinPECANS4
p.m.. Saturday and Sunday at Klar.E.tal.o PAC RAT- Buy Sell and I Inltur. after'3 W. buy. soil( or crack any '!:
Drive. mules In on C-214, turn ., appliances, .. ; door'' .amount. Open 6 day 'a week. Wain :i
right. Stuffed) animal, 11% Inch doll. Subscribe collectable, glassware I glass wright Pecan. Stark Farmer'* ,
.*te. 473-3509. Itpd 11/15 (hap* $75, Market, Highway 301, North 10/23
SATURDAY.. NOV._ 1 n.*_ e.J_ Sunday. N ov, Tooav_ I tool, etc. 473-2183 tfnehg __..-! sheltered Workshop for the handicapped. ,, : In, green, 4tchg 11/15 .
19, 124. Corner of FI.ld and Jasmine Good people and organizational $100. Call 9648016. I/IS tchg FROZEN fOOD CASE; Coke box. live bait
12 foot fiberglass boot stereo TV Chimney Fire kills;: experience with MR desired. BY OWNER acre of land from tub with screens and net. Colt,

sewing machines, winter coat, clothe* NO CASH NEEDED Ar. Among the 10 BS/BA In Special Ed., Voc Ed.. Rehab. house, pecan tree, near Raiford 964.7499.v.s, ttchg 11/15
an much more Itpd 11/15 1985 2 BR Mobil Horn. Top or Industry related. Excellent salary Prison. $35.000: Call: day 964-5842: 25 FT. TRAILERS 1 *R, full bath. A/C.
Can Hom.-Fir. Hazards and fringe Quarterly bonu Salary after 7 pm 964-7778. 11/15 tpd $1600 firm. Call. 964-7499. eve*, Itchg
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B. for T49.63
CARS, TRUCKS Your A Dirty Chimney :,'commensurate with training' & ex PECANSU-pIck, .SO cent a. pound, 11/15, :
par mo. with approved1credit.Coll Also Causes perience. 9646530. l_ n5) tfntchq., ,.,__ 17 PT. TRAIIBLAZER' TRAVEL TRAILER '
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& BOATS Mr. Bradley .H.alloss TRAINING SPECIALIST. Student assessment WILL SEUiBeautlful wooden building 12' 2.30 lb. ''aa* bottle, *, electric'";water ,;
for detail. .'Smoke-Filled Room and Instructional program for' x 3V nice eliding big window, large heater toilet, air conditioner"' hitch .;

1974 OLDS 98 Needs work $500. TRACTOR :-] ,473-7237 mentally handicapped In' sheltered door/ portable. $1495. will deliver or complete ."cept'rec.lver. Must be

1955 Ca.. tractor For part. .,. ,,Protect your ham ,workshop setting. Assist with program build on your:; t lot, ,1-777-3735 ,,11/13\ seen for.other xtra.lCall,, 964-5977. :
Make offer, 473-7057. 4tcha And Family coordination, BS/BA special/ ed. orrelated. 2tchg 1122MODULAR :3 CHICKEN HOUSMtTO 300 colt ? i'
--- .PECANS''' With A Excellent salory"andifringe, HOME GYMW. ght bench, 964-7893 also 3 big 42" fort -, ., :A
HOUSES FOR SALE Sal*_ChimneyBlankenship and quarterly bonu .Salary common-, ,cast Iron weight,. weight pulley, I leg lt/154tchg 12/6 TQUARTERMORSR ;'
YOU PICK.SO' lb. I urale with training and experience. pulley, lop bar Exercise bike tension AUMcGlnn, Ranch -,

NICE 2 BR/J BATH horn for sale, .1V4 Don Calls 'U-8278 Send resume Sunshine Industries, control and odometer "DP" sltup special 8 yr, old game mar. bred to
fenced acre, fully equipped kitchen Morgan P.O. Box 509. Stark.. 32091. located board. All for $275 96.8937,11/15 tpdPIANOiBaldwIn AAA Hear the Band. With-85 Pool

central H/A. 43500. Awumable more :1473-2662 Chimn.ySw..p 30 min, from Gainesville.. 11/08 2tchg upright piano recentlytuned after 5. $1500.,without $900. Also her 84 Colt .;'
sound terrific 533-2502.
11/19.
;gag.. Call 1-744-9343.4tpd 11/15-12/6 $1208.964.5078.11/15 2tpd 11/22
.' ,HAIRDRESSERtfor. new Stark Salon. ''All 11115tchg FIREPLACEiBen Franklin Fireplace $150.
Union Ads Inquire confidential call 96/-4645.. PRCANSiYou pick 60' prt pound load of wood that go.* with It.
County 11/15 tchg. 964.1124.11/15 tchgGELDINGiRglstrd 964-8310 on 229.1115 tchg
Bay Gelding, 4 *,
--- -- BOOKKEEFER/ACCOUNTANTlElobllh-' _.__ ._ L_ _u old, a ..... and! lea hrefceMflnfi,.. call yr Kay H YF.OftSALI! w Hay Si.50 a bole!
ed IIIni in Stark.' floe opening 'v.per' v Coa.tai Dllrmoa horse hay $2.25: : Bol.
HELP WANTED REAL ESTATE FOR RENT loft qualified In accounting and book. Foryth after, 96.t1115 tehg 500, Bale available each. 485-1031'!
k..pl"g'with some secretarial duties .._- -. ._ .
GOVERNEMNT JOBSThousand. of /refer a mature. dependable.. Individual ';'
LOOKING FOR A ,SPtOAL!: PIECE OF .
SALE ,
MOBIL HOME Clean, furnished, 2 BR, LAND FOR .
'vocancle must be filled Immediate- PROPERTY If r don't have 1t"I'1I find will to accept a position- pfresponsibility. .......... ;
12.X 65 near Worthington J
r-- tt \\ly. $17.634 to'' Call Spring : : Coll for, apponms.rdJiu : I. '' '
$50,112 ,
It Just ask. JANE S. USHER.RE .- '. '
. 716-882-2900.: Ext. 31032. pd 11/11-25 TQR,.. 496'4126, 'or.,1496.2903,1W I' ".'Adult P t .ecuri only. ht No. pet No $225 t.a.per phone'mth. 'd..OVh.' '. 64.6\97..... ""..r.! ". .8-2340.,. '.r'.....),11/1a VONB ACRE LOT facing1 Forsyth ,Road.r.. .,_' 'c'::. \ E ... /.i/: .i7. w'." Oa .... '
IXCELUMYI WCOMI4 For pdMA.111at1tI ''' ..rr: L1 'R 1; .. $3.000- $300-downi-S73.per. n .. n'( '''' 'k: '' \\WIi1vMll'!

< 1... ,.oilfr$ I,,,,,taol,..7'SM1,7....1II,,..M., JuW.J.1t1R.J..ltJ', \\I'l; rM4 1MtI I M-, s.Ptlnlfappllaattone..L.'b..o..s.s.Q..1., ." foe:.**>
Handy Man Port-tim. ..toady'NorIe.. WANTED si lngendl|' /.0r-5 Office open" $...000: $400 down, $75 per mo Calf tOWCol\SI.\ 1 .
exp' net; carpentry plumbing, PERSONAL SERVICES K I ,8-12 > t-4. n a. 11/15 964-4606. 1C/4 tfn t ,

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carpeting, torn efoctral! Pin. MH '
Park 496.2366.68:00: p.m. ufn 11llt ,DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC: TANK WANTED Responsible party to' taks' '., oar air*. Has a large pond. s.r.\JUO:. Starke,. I '\
Package deal; 2'": or 4",wells, water; over low monthly payment on spinet SAT. AND SUN.'POSmONiDepcndabl daWn $200 per mo. Call 964.5606.10/4 '
YARD SALE 'pump., new. Installation of eptle' ''piano. Can be teen locally. Writ. person- to,work Mock bar at Waldo Ck y i 'P p '1\\ ':
tank, drain field and HH station. Credit Manager: P.O. Bow 537 Flat .Market. For.. appointment. .call ..10ACRISof'and.tOOOocr..HlJmptOft.Sh.lbyvill. ,
Mobil horn pole. available. All ., IN 46176. 3-pd 4A8-2235.'11/15 tchg For .Information, call 468-1949. 11/15 ear .
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MOVING SAIL 235 S. Lake Av. work 'guaranteed call Tommy Dor- 1
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Refrigerator, stove, go heater, man 275-2131 UFN 9/t \ .
cloth, double bed book.. Briton- NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree, removal .,\ GAINESVILLE SUN :
nlca Encyclopedia call/ and pepper and pruning. Also firewood,oak and '', DISTRICT CIRCULATION MANAGER \

whatnots, (Iew.rly,120 base accor- pin. for 'sale'Call Thomas Nellies ff J; $50 ,,Reward ;.;::: >
dlan, toy and punt**. 1-chg 11/15 4963823. ufn 12/22 '; '
No Questions'lasts The Gainesville Sun Is now accepting applications for a full-time, ;',

.MISCELLANEOUS, LOST/FOUND .>,TJt ;-.,. IRISH SETTER District! Circulation .Sales,, Manager; for the Bradford. ,Clay,, 'Union: ,, ..." ., ,
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4WHITE We looking for a goal oriented Individual 0
t I L County circulation areas. are f'
; i ..Answers fo less,.., If ',you oave her a ,
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SLIDE-IN CAMPER FOR SHORT WHEEL,, BULLDOG'WITWO BROWN SPOTS ;, who Is able to motivate and deal effectively with people,
AIR TRUCK Phone 431-1022 after ON RYES ONE ON HIP. 11 'week* old. I good,home. k"'p'h.r.lf not, please con-i Responsibilities Include supervision' recruitment and trainingof' "I''

1:30 call 431-1212 ext. 403. 1-chg. Brown leather collar. Wo In a truck at'' tact- adult motor' route carriers, monitoring sales, collections., and ; I
k"ld.. Reward. Phone 496-2540 Charles Parliament'
'1115I'X Ina ."
L. service bonus 'plan,benefits. transportation pro.
10 TENT. Phone 431.1022. after 533-2050 or 74-7214 delivery Salary, s'vlded
1:30 tall: 431-1212.ext. ..co3Pl-chg. '""" ': : Applications being accepted at.Gainesville Sun. 408 South ,

11/13. INSURANCE ( ": .< Walnut Stork .'from'9.d.rril: to 3 p.m. weekdays No colls.Thanksgiving ,1"!'. I I4t

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REWARD MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S, ) '

Complete Lake Avnu Insurance.. lak Butler Service., 496-3978.TFN. EARN EXTRA MONEY HELP WANTED : ,:

LEADING TO Job Title TEACHER ,
FOR ANY INFORMATION -n-- -- / K' : "
ARREST OR RECOVERY. For gal tank Subscribe y *" '-Salary, Range: S7,800-$9,500" .,'/ '

life |tickets. fishing equipment, debth ,. ? I .. 'Application'are now' being taken for Responsible Day-Care Program Director= (, '" !.H' :c
finder from boat In Lake Butler that : Times-Union Morning Paper Route Ap -General Duties; Responsible for'planning 'and ix'i, \, '. ;
wo vondill *d and sunk Oct.31.. Call .\' ; rl,' > ". November' 22 on educational l, In ,line with the 'f
acting }fyr'
'. i. Lacs Sutl.r:. ,' ), ;pllcants must be, able to post a. cash program ; ,
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496-2261 2-pd 1,1/8-13 : : 1.
; educational and standards of the Cora Pro-
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bond have reliable .
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PART-TIME', POSITION AVAILA1LE.l '' Is aA 'Id.of! ,soppi.m.ntal Income 'Of" ,ahousowlt. 1; R.sponslbiefargr.etingeachchlidlnasslgned/ ',+ :
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1'l'Medical terminology word', ci lrl., \ ; ", retlrem ntcaupl.k teacher .k: group..., t t' ?, '";; \ **?>'}, ,: "
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'.training or experience roqulr./op-o':"Aft,'1,4 .,, ', J(', ,' 1 Clay Hill : EXCELLENT HOPITS t, 2. Responslbl for the dally. planning" and'execus'tionsfoiIoutdoariactivities '".,. ,(

ply ,,to personnel department, Lake '282-1063; ; 5 x j' '
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Butler Hospital and floodargery : : -- Is1 V V safety ;\
Cntr P.O. Box 748 Lak* Butler Fl. '. '100 Lb. 13.554 iteer.;. ... ....'. .$7.7 of the children In the" group. '

,;: ... ... ERA, Tiffin &'Owens'int., '' 4 Responsible" for of In 'th. .3
3gQ M. Equal ajyortwiHY! mployf. : 100 Lb.,12.0"'Horse.,- ,' < 99.7 { )' ; ; supervision group :: :-
,. ,$4.90 ; bathroom, *' r, .,'
50 lb. 20.0% Cattle Cubes t .. '
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/ Realtor 5. Responsible for all mealtime octlvitie 'of '
I '24Th R Block', ., . .$67.00't ,
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:Portohl SO Lb. 2""S -R-Block., ". ".', .$7.7SRoberts I' Formerly. :.FAULKNER, ,REALTY. 6. R..pon.lbI.l or dally atrendanc. report ", '
., *Aldlngs: ,50 Lb'.21 % Utt le Chunk Dog ,i. ,$6.5 1 7. Responsible 'for: training and constructive. .1"

U... Ml . .$8.45 utilization of Atsistbtpt'Teacher and volunteer*, ); .4 ,
I 50 Lbw 26% High Pro *%'>.," ,4,* ."" l 964.5065: .
.' : ,'Ii" Periodic Outleq*<( $)*<'t'| ;t(4 l&w.! ."..':,. ,.,?,'i'w,*' \.;''- .
E1 Different/ Sty... '1. Responsible Voittendlng staff meetings. '.:.iI V' .:",
'24DrH.r. C.i*>t V 'f3X1 Leteyette SI. cress tom niimrane /12 12. Respondbt! tor.ll/equlrfd report pertaining:' I .:
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Real l I' t".O..lmU-r- 3, R.sponslbla.forkolding' parent. .conference, *. :
0 Estate984Nj.'TmpleAvV. '"t tk t r'ACRIS' WITH CRIB *FEEDING STALLS:Idol,04t'E IIIT Occasional DullW;.;y;. '
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'i ;. ;: ; :: }'(.r' !' ; ;., Starfce, FL Fenced. Priced to el.! 1. ,.R..pon.lbl.ifOl'lott.ndln": '+ workshop, ono i SI; n

Mai IJJ..Jitc.I' f .. p64-6262' "> SK TO BELIEVED a bedroom, 2 both brick it f.r.nc..allll\o..rv.tc.Jralnlng.: ", c c" .. ."* : J'
; ? and sunken tub on.v I ;2v R..pon.lbI..fo.-a..I.llng-fn'c' !. center ( ice ,
; .t J flreploc; skylight nlng ',4
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't FORTY ACRE FARM ''OFF BROWNLEE +*MfHstBw.t excellent location awnW financing... : 3R.sponslbl.forinkinghomevIsitIasneeded.T! : Ii'( 'I'"' "':

;; Lake otli..r ArsMi:, I ROAD: J5 acres*of pecan,grove, 25,acres:of I A. LfiD2.ML.,.1 BAi Afros} from' City Hall.. 11/. Other Duties, as" Asslgnedr' '.. ; .' ', '';r,,, ..;.IA h, ,

'k.; 1)) Lorg* (bexkoo,,,v,2bot r >mhodexl ..ogl, niw lorf! 1 improved, potur",,i;fenced: and (cross. feric-1 4,000 m..wI1"vlnyi'ald/ \ ,'. Relationship.Children'+:" th 'j"(Center.vi', '. t'I ',* 'I'I'' !.\' "., <.:
,:* NEAT 3 BR frame ng In, ,1. In. ; ,
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t. Iotr Con+ml heflt/atK *. :'. :, :, :: ; :' led.. "Two;, bedroom',. ,twg bath:.house wtth| ce try. Only $28.000 ; 2. Famllle of nrolle... ; \< ; '. '

.: 2)).3 bedroom. 2 bottler home Ott! 'large landscaped: ( : [central; heat and.'air,cmd "'qfireplace. 'IrnImaculate. !- \\'f4IXr. ,CCITY..PRK. Cbmfortoblrmodeld! .2.: 3. All.. Center Staff'V .".

01..Central.heatair., Barns,, holding "pen.: *., hay I 'U, OR,'P R. Other exit *.' 4. Profelo Mil.taff froM.otlwr ojjertcle. ..1 ,j '-S

r, ), ;1942' Flintifone Mobile. ')Iomoand' fqt,,. |storage,'.varythlna to moke this one 'Jhecounty' | *SARATOGA HEIGHTS'S: :3 BR, t BAC/8 hordwood: 5.'Greater community; .'...;: ., .
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} *) Lar residential. loft "owner ; many ( $3900 Most '
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.:.' glt"....- ,; 4101yM 4tMgIflSiFhd,, ,, fOr f.t1seI11i.', '-f .h;.....'., will qualify i foc.,\stondord.?septic 'dank.terms \.I t i, 1 -GAftAGCS. .1. LlviNO'QUARTER, $ ;:Musf be aW.,j'r.fot. fe'rAlt' an'all lvU on ;,;,/1. iJt.,
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NOTICEOF 865.09; Florida Statutes, ARI I vflffiOSft.))) which GIVEN that VERNIB p, Waiter Nestro4t Zoning and Kannlng, ; ,... '
Legal Notices r I INTENTIONTO notice I If hereby "given, eos mW!{ ?r nowdellneatSa ODOM, the holder of the Chairman i Bradford County Cour 'TOM 1 lf IIJ' BROWN

i REGISTER thai the underpinned' ,;'i lO/l:: 'rrpr. following certificates, Stark Zoning S thou. Stark, Florida PA "..' '

, iI i-: J "." \ ". ," I : FItTITIQII, NAME SUSAN L. SHEETS, ANDHILP4iOHNSQN' The cit "fI i5Sted ,has fl.I. said tertlflcates,, Donning; PoardNOTICE a ,Each and .'. 1.e2'W.Coll Street
Person
I IN THE CIRCUIT' v* V' -. i i t. 1, : .J ,444G.Wi'Modlwrt will; "ttW 4 'for 4iow! ,,deed! lo'" be. I tyhg:51'/15 I paying" !any every Inter4letiyyhateveT110 | '.'-" flktrklu
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COURT FOR KEVIN"" T; AUEN ; Pursuant 'to Section SK' Stork, CoMml :stWbon.; .Issued thereon.;The" tat"tiNeot. ; the erwct ?: 'sss tg 11/1S
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I BRADFORD COUNTY. CAROL 1\\:.'ALLEN. Florida Statutes, FL 32091. lolnt owner, don' a | f' of th aaer numbtri' and .......,.! ment!! 'of this proposed'I'
dant. doing business under the ......
FLORIDA I Is h.r.by given'' firm1 'name of STARKE men" 'I!," year of Issuance, the ORDINANCE should appear a

CIVIL DIVISION' NOTICE OF SALE the undersigned BEAUTY SUPPLY, ...... .G 2. To approve a description of the property and be heard at the
CASE NO. 84-416 NOTICE I I. ., BLANKENSHIP. W. Madison St., Starke decrees* In the sit. of and the name lit OF AMENDMENTFOR time and place prescribe ,
1, Stark, Fl 32091, NOTICE Of
given .that; ,. FL 32091, intends, to the Common'' Area which It wo assessed REZONING ed.
COMMUNITY STATE the Final, '' owner, doing known as TRACT e. This are a* follow PROPOSED ENACTMENT
AND AMENDMENT' ,
register said fictitious BOARD OF
BANK OF STARKE Plaintiff ,' ... under the firm 'OP ORDINANCE(
entered In Cos will ,with theConsent Certificate '
$" >
beUdone No 105
name under the : ; OF THE CITY OF STARKE
...22', In the of G. BLANKEN- aforesaid statute. !from the'owners Year of Issuance 1980; IANDUSEPIAN COMMISSIONERS BY CITY COMMISSION
vs CHIMNEY SWEEP g FLORIDA
Court for Bradford Dated this 2nd cloy of of loll In I ,ARI Description of Property: l.M. Games, STARKE,
LINDA By
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HAWKINS Defen 1, Stark, FL 32091 WOODS.tees "
dant.,' ty Florida,' I will tell to register sold, Nov.mber..ADt 1984 In This action No. 2900 Beg at NW Cor An ORDINANCE emirs:, i <
property Bradford, .Ituated name under the Bradford County. quested rat ,thJrgularmeeHngYotith ) of EV4 of SEVi\ of SE'/4\ S ding the Compr.h.n.lv. Zoning I Planning NOTICE IS" HEREBY

NOTICE OF SALE Florida, described; ) .. statute. < ,' 1 H/08..tpd'1/29 *" *, County 50' M/l 6 15V S 1001 .I land UM Plan Element Itcho! It/lS GIVEN that the proposed
'.iTT'-r*' Commissioner on Monday 300' N 35'MIL to S Line of and Ordinance whoM
of
,' NOTICE le| h.r.by ,Commence at the Dated this 2nd Jay 'of ; Mop by City .
', given that pursuant to of the EVi of A.D. 1984 In: NOTICE :3 December 1984, Bessent Road NW on S Stark., Florida. In occor-- title hereinafter ap
corner NOTICE OP ,
,, th* Final Judgement of SW'/4 of Section County. ,' OF INTENTION beginning at 9:00 a.m. .'line to POI See 27 Twp 6 done ;with the local pearsw ll b* tom
:. entered In Case Number Township 6 South, 11/084tpd1V29 TO REGISTER y Itchg( 11/15 S R 22. Government Comprehensive 'PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF sldered for final mach
I 84."t6, In the Circuit ........ Name which ORDINANCE' of
22 East and run FICTITIOUS NAME ........ In assessed Planning Act BY CITY COMMISSION meet on the 20tH day
, Court for Bradford Coun N 89>20'IO" E, 165.10 NOTICE : CARL L. JOHNS of 1975 a* provided for InChapter November A.D., 1984,
ty, Florida. I will sell the' to POB. From POB OF INTENTIONTO > Pursuant to Section .NOTICE' All of said property 163 of the STARKE, ,, FLORIDA .at the City _I..IOft.
i property 'situated In tinue N 89'2 I '! Bradford County, 495.32 feet: run FICTITIOUS NAME notice 'Is hereby given TOt!' APPLICATION Bradford; State of TO: All Citizen. Taxpayer .NOTICE IS $EREBY' 7:30 p.m., In the City

I ; Florida described a*: 21O/10" E,' 1309.68 that the undersigned FOR TAX,DEEDNOTICE' ; Florida. *', and other Interested GIVEN that the proposed Hall, 209,,N, Thompson

lot 7, Block t. run thence S 89"9'10" ) '! Pursuant to Section PATRICK B, WELCH P.O. Unless such certificate Persons.You Ordinance, whose Street, Stork*, Florida.
I GAHAGAN SUED'VISION 486.68 feet; run 863.09, FloridaStatutes Box 809, Stark, FL. IS HEREBY or certificates shall be and each of You title hereinafter' opt A copy of sold Ordlnanc -; !
a* recorded In Plat 1 IMT23"W, 1307.75 : I I. JAMES GIVEN.;'' that ERNEST E. redeemed I pears, will be con- be Inspected
Book 2, notice P. O'BRIAN, P.O.Box according M are hereby and herewith may
record Pag.41 of- Bradford public to POB. hereby given that theUndersigned 501, Stark, FL, and OR IRENE HUNTER' the law the property described given notice In accordance Idered for final enact by any member

Florida. Sold lot RESERVING an" ROBERT, STEPHEN L. WRIGHT 145 holder .of the following ,, In 'such certificate or with Florida m.nt on the 20th day of 'of the public at the Office

County being more particularly mont for Ingress MONK STEVEN H. N. Orange St., Starke, FL certificate, .has filed certificate will be sold Statute that the Boardof November, A.D., 1984, of the City Clark In
egress along the WALTERS P.O. ,Box,, 32091 sold certificate for a tax to the bidder at the City Commltslon Stark,
soil
described a* 'follows: |Joint owners, doIng highest at City Commissioner of th* City
feet 'of the .. 32622. :
128, Brooker, Fl. deed ko be Issued Meeting, commencingat
From the NE cormer of business under the the courthouse door on, Starke, Florida have Florida. On th. dot
th* NE'.4 of th. SE4\ of property: sale, 1129"r' loin; owners, doing firm name of PJ'S thereop.i; The certificate the 20th day, ofDec.mber. designated the Stark. 7:30: p.m., In the City 'tl.t'abot..montloned.\ ,
at. public to business undo the firm number and of Is- Hall. 209 N. Thompson
th* SE'of\ Section 21, highest bidder for SPORTS CENTER, 870 W; year 1984. Zoning and Planning all Interested'parties
,
of EXOTIBOX Starke, Florida
Township 6 South Rang. at the front door of McMohpn St., Starke, FL uancei. th. descriptionof Dated this 1st day of Board to conduct a public Street may''appear and be
P.O. Boll 128, Brooker, the and the A of sold] OM
22 East, run South 300 ft. 'Bradford Count Fl. 32622. Intends toregister 32091 Intend to, property; ,Nov.mber.I984. hearing at a regular copy 'heard with respect to
to th. POB thence run thouse, In said fictitious register fictitious ''name names .In 'which It was GILBERT S. BROWN meeting held at 7:30: dlnonce may be Inspected this proposed,' Or-
West 100 ft., thence run Under assessed are per fallaICortlflcate' Clerk of Circuit Court by any memberof
Florida between' : under the the aforesaid p.m., In. the City Corn* dinance.
South 50 ft., thence ) No: 73; the public at the CHM
run a.m. and 2:00'p.m.: aforesaid statute.. statute. Bradford County FloridaBy mission meeting room, AN ORDINANCE
East '100 ft., thence run .the 6th day of Dated this 2nd day of Doted this 7th day of .Year ofls.uonc.z: 1982Description' ;- : Beuloh Moody Starke City,Hall. Starke, flee of the City Clerk In AMENDING SECTIONS
Stark
North 50 ft. to th. POB. '1984. November, ....0. 1984In November. A.D.. 1984 In of Property 11/15 4tchg 12/06 Florid, on Thursday the City Hall 7.3 yes and 75.1 OF
Florida.On the date
The .abovedescribedland GILBERT 84 '' .No. 2490-00200 sq Acre THE CODE OF OR.
Bradford County. Bradford County. November 29,1984.,) and
being In the NE% of As Clerk of Said ll/084tpd) 11/29. 1 11115''tehg 12/06 In SW Cor or Int Ctr St. a E ....."1' make a recommendationto first above-mentioned DINANCES TO PROVIDE
the SE\% of the SEVi\ of all Interested
By: Beulah .-..... Tec Lin* 21-6-22 Sec 21 the City of.Stark. partiesmay THAT BLOCK *
Section 21, Township 6, Deputy ji. :._..: Twp 6 S R 22. ., NOTICE Commissioner and the appear and be ASSOCIATES SHALL EX-
South Rang. 22 East, I heard with to -
11/08 2tchg NOTICE Name In which assessed Board will consider on respect AMINE. ALL PERSONS
and contain ,1147 of an' '' this On
OF INTENTION'TO ; NOTICEOF ; WILLIE" MAE JEWEL CASEY (Ruby M. Tuesday, December 4, proposed DESIRING, TO ENGAGEIN
acre mar or less (lot 7, dlnance.
I Block I. s..' DB 195, NOTICEOf REGISTER INTENTIONTO WILLIAMS ,, Strickland) has made application 1984, at the same said ; AN ORDINANCe' ELECTRICAL ,CON-
FICTITIOUS sold
NAMEPursuant' All of
Page 273)). INTENTIONTO REQUEST A CHANGE j property to1 the Stark place at 7:00 p.m. an Ordinance STRUCTIONINTHECITY
AMENDING SECTIONS
at public sale, to the$ REGISTER IN'AN EASEMENT being \li the County' of Zoning and Planning relating tot: OP'THE' OF STARKE.
18.2 AND 18.3
highest bidder for cash FICTITIOUS NA to Section DELINEATED ON A Bradford, State of Board for rclasslflcallon.of The' rezoning of ,the By t Terence M. Brown
865.09. Florida Stotut., ;I: CODE OF ORDINANCESTO
at the front door of the Pursuant to notice 'Is hereby given RECORDED PLAT Floridah. the property described following described property PROVIDE THAT TOMLINSON A BROWN. ,
below from and PA'
R1A the
Bradford County Courthouse OF ARI WOODS to amending
In- Starke, 865.091'- Florida that the undersigned/ or certificates "shall,be R-2A 155 N. Orange Comprehensive land BLOCK ASSOCIATES '.'-' .', f 42 W.:Coll Street
Is .hereby' HILDA D. JOHNSON;. SHALL EXAMINE ALLAPPLICANTS1 ..
Florida between 11:00 notice that the, \ AND SUSAN 1. SHEETS, YOU ,ARE HEREBY, redeemed according to ,Street In Blk. 12 of Use Plan to provide that DESIRINGTO "Stark;Florida
a.m. 'and 2.00 p.m. 'on ARTHUR 444-H..W. Madison' St., NOTIFIED, that JACK law the property described Gasklns Addition In Section land currently zoned A ,Itchg 11/5|
the 20th day of In such certificate or 6 and the ENGAGE IN PLUMB-
Stark, FL 32091 joint COURTNAY AND 29. Township designated by
SCHLOFMAN, f.O.
November 1984.GILBERTS ., .. certificates', be told ,South; 22, East. be ING IN THE CITY OF
190, Stork., .; doing buslnesunder *- ASSOCIATES, .INC., a Range plan o. Agriculture .
BROWN, 32091 ''and KEVIN the firm name of Florida ''Corporation, to the.hlghest; bidder at Parcel 3922. for two family rezoned to 1.2,, ''and'1' STARKE.
d
As Clerk of Said Court MCAULIFfE, ( '' 7.77 SHOE STORE, 444-H (which Is the 'owner of the courthouse'' door on (duplex) occupancy. designated' Industrial' ,
By:Beulah Moody owners doing' 'Madison' St., Stark, the majority of lots In the '20th ''day of -This change ln Park;, the property of''

Deputy Clerk under'the firm Fl 32091, Intends'' toregl.t.r' ARI WOODS a plannedunit December, 984.* classification I'S subjectto BRADFOItq LAND CATTLE .
11/08! 2tchg! 1'/15 '''said fictitious Dated this let. day' of
FORESIGHT development/ plot a public hearing to beheld CO., described a*

......... ( DEVELOPMENT ", under'the thereof Is, recorded In November, 1964.! on Thursday, follows: 51 acres locatedoff
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Walnut St., $ aforesaid statute. Plat Book 3, page 53, GILBERT S. BROWN November 29/ 1984, at S. Water Street.. (Hwy
Florida 32091. Dated this 2nd day of public records of Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court 7:00 P.M.. In the Council 100)) Parcel 4414, Section

IN THE CIRCUIT register laid November A.D. 1984 In. County) Florida), Bradford. County, Florida Room In the Stark. City ,33, Township 6' South ,

COURT FOR nom. under Bradford County. will apply to the Board of By Beulah Moody Hall on Thompson Street Range 22 East for Industrlal .
aforesaid statute. 11/08 4tpd 11/29 '1 1/15 4tchg 12/06
BRADFORD. COUNTY, Dated this 7h' ........ County Commissioners, r'4' Starke, Florida. At this. Park. Jf I'o
all further
FLORIDA Bradford County. time person Interested You are given '
1k
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CIVIL DIVISION .November. A.D., NOTICEOF Florida, for that, follow. -i. shall be heard, NOTICE that .,a copy of
CASE NO. 84-221 'In ,Bradford County. INTENTIONTO ing A NOTICE for or against' the proposal said proposed ORDINANCE .
"/08 4tehg FOR APPLICATION
> REGISTER I. To change .o Golf as specified In the Is available for

"" JOHN W. SUTTLES. Plain- ........ FICTITIOUS NAME Course Easement 'on FOR. TAX DEED Zoning Cod of the City your Inspection at the of.
':: ,t. tiff, TRACT A, of said plat In' of Stark, Florida. fice ,of''the. Director,' of
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:' ,. Py; Mark FrledllrtipCTSfaff" Writer Thursday's sale brought in over fll.ooqand was the 1 -.-
I.. .A bigger Mian average crowd.of:buyer tumed.ouUor... ..second.largeatJorAU opening day S r;aceording' do .s. r .'" ,
iV>Tfc 'ir1Uir > continue tWii> sales bmr"t MtHitgmrantrTHKHopger'Bo AUgMr'vKitf g"nMOgu f ... \. ...
I. last week and will as long as continue. the sale with a firm but friendly hand. 26 buyers participated f*, ".. -
The auction takes place at the Starke Fanner's in Thursday's auction. ./ .
Market every Wednesday except Thanksgiving and are Seedling nuts are in good supply and quantity this
open to the general public as well as the commercial year but there is practically no demand at all for the'
buyers who come from all over to sample the tasty nuts. poorer quality nuts in this year of plenty. + I "
Prices are down sharply this year due to a big supplyof Some retailers buy their nuts for roadside fruit stands ,
nuts on hand despite just a fair growing season gave some buy for restaurants or personal use and some big- I
local growers a big surplus that finest overflowed the ger buyers like David Wainright of Starke and LJ.; r '
long concrete floor at the Farmer's' Market when the Crawford ,, also of Starke, buy large supplies to accumulate r" ,: -r "_ i
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: auction began. and then sell to retailers later on after the 4 _
Id season. Wainwright is' the biggest local commercial :
L buyer who was on hand for the auction Thursday
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1 Monticello, Waverly Georgia, Callahan, Longwood. Fl. raFe
Jacksonville Alachua Yulee St. Augustine,.
Hawthorne and even one buyer from Ohio who Allen
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stopped by to pick up a bag- or. two- for'their own personaluse. .

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Prices were down sharply this season due to the big
supply and a big carryover from last season. Seedlingnuts
were running at 30-40 cents per pound but bring in I I
(( 50-60 cents on a good year. The desireable Stuarts were )

going for 45-65 cents per pound and usually bring in from
80 cents to $1 on a good year. Curtiss nuts were bringing ,

| 35-50 cents per pound and have sold for 45-60: cents per. E
J pound in the past.

yith j The crop here in Bradford county was running lower 4: _
r n( this year than previously due to dry weather at critical f f4
?: times during the growing season. But the season looks
tIw like a winner when compared to last year's sale when

there were a total of Just. 12 bags of nuts on sale during' .. .._._._ __._ .
'the opening day. .

Nuts Nuts, Nuts... : .

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than usual crowd of commercial buyers who bowed up
a 4? for Starke's traditional Pecan Auction at the Starke
Farmer's Market which began Thursday on U.S. 301. J
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number is'nn hi* hatfhntinin riffhl) ai he listen to auctioneer ...;':;.

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1 Orange St. Caller I! I I. Jim Duncan, Visitor: welcome. Mainstream danclng..iX on. at 3:30'p.m. and on. at. 8 p.m. at th* Bradford' County Fairground on 301. Boy Scout Troop 109 sach'Ti.slay ot t pmt ,',
1 r' & <+ri< t 4 Hand' i' J :. Tickets will b* $3 for children under 14 and/ senior citizen and$4 for 14 and old. Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30 p.my) ,, '
Thanksgiving Dinner at lake Butler j Hospital and Surg.ryCr.rsni.vWheth. : '
: "' Proceed. go toward me'club's .ponl rlf>lip of the Special: Olympic and other program Brownie meet.Monday at 3 p.m ( ., .' '"I'HWI" fJI'I! v ...
I {you're too busy to Cook or simply want to take the family out; you are In- I.
for local disadvantages! children sale Denmark Furniture Olrl Scout meet Monday at 3 *.' .
Tickets at
It vlted to |join u*at the LBH cafeteria on Thanksgiving: Day !Thursday,Nov. 22,from or.on r .p.m..m-. i* "> i* ,*,10\ 'aiS V ft/fl.A' &% IIU
] and,the Chamber of Comm.rc. I In Stark' *. ; M I ,' .'.' 4.. .'' "' I.. ,,\ ? :*< '*
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'' ,\ ; 1. itarke Bey Scout Troop"70t .' .... from 7,44:34: 'each T In the Scout'but
:'" u* and leave with a smile.A delicious Thanksgiving dinner,1 complete: with turk.y l 1 "' p.m. ueiy
'Christma Cantata K.h.arsoi.:5.f each Monday at 7 p.m.through Doc:31 at'the > behind the .nnl. Prod W $ *.: : 'i\"' ,
J and all the trimming or ham and candled yam. Including d..rto"Is, only 13.'0.I' t court on Street "" ,, -] \* aMffl8j$
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i:" African Lions await you at thisyear's VIP (65 years and older), Adults (14 Proceeds will go toward the clubs taged children, according to circus I
//ii I.'j: edition .of the Franzen to 63) tickets are$4. Gate prices for sponsorship of Special Olympics and coordinator Cliff Chapman. J
Brothers Circus being sponsored by Jt
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J' two This performances great act will on be November in Starke for 29. Used Cars... Lot Full of Cars... At All Prices....
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.. Union.: Wefoelbs Scout earnS Arrow of Light,, highest!: awardin C b1Sou1ih!! '

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by Linda Hopkins organization, gave thanks and appreciation give them our1'best wishes for a successful
Sixty-five people attended the mono for all the parents and future in the Scouting pro-
thly pack meeting and annual hayrideof other adults who have given so much gram.
Union County Cub Scout Pack 552 time to helping keep Pack 932 going
on Saturday Nov. 3, at the Lake strong. He asked for their continued Other Awards...

.But1 Softball Complex on SR-121..- support. Sean Kersey received four !silver
.The.highlight of the erening
arrows and one gold arrow. Casey
when Chad Thorton son of Mr. and f Bobcat Dad ..... Barnauskaa received one silver arrow -
Mrs. Dale Thorton of Raiford recelv- ,; ) Rusty Wade received one red
""ed the Arrow of Light Award, the / Eleven boys have just joined Pack bead. Jeffrey Davis was not presentto
and received their Bobcat Badges
highest award a Cub Scout can 552 receive his gold arrow, point and
receive, and was Inducted into Boy They are: Chad Ward, Clay Peacock, David Shadd was Dot present to
r Scout Troop 552. John Roberts, Jr., Lee Thomas, receive his silver arrow. '
Webelos Leader David Hopkins Joshua Smith Jonathon ,Pearce",
presented Chad with this prestigious Chris Williams, Richard Jordon anJ'Steven 'Webelos Awards... '.z
award and congratulated him on a job Crawford. Not present to get ?
well done. their badges wera.BUI. Smith and, Jason;Davison received his Sportsman
I "Chad had to work very hard and David Thomas.We Pin and Cris Crusaw was not
was a shining example for all boys* want to welcome,these boys and present to receive:his Sportsman Pin

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Hopkins acknowledged Chad's '- 1 aft\
parents and thanked them for all the ,
help and support they have given lou-Adn's' Azalea ,& Blueberry'\ Farm, ,: '

[ :helping Chad and him challenged as he goes them into to continue the Boy Take 10Q 1 $outh'toward* Keystone( fake r.i.igh1 on''"|;%;A r{:

"Scout troop. 24th Street, follow'slgni" ..oriCall V"W. ; >; $' '
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this award, Chad has also earned the '
following' pins; Aquanaut,. .Sportsman Tuesday:thru Saturday 10 am > 5 pm,
Citizen and Naturalist. Arrow of Light Recipient... Come See Our *.... ?' .. '..
Chad accepted his award amid 'Webelog Scout Chad Thornton (center) received the Unit Commissioner Kenneth Williams' (left and'Arrow "' ,:'''H ""i
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cheers from his fellow Cub Scouts. of Light Award, the highest honor given in Put Webelos Leader David, Hopkins .(right) congratulate .HoBday '" .(.: r""
'He was then stripped. of his Webelos Scouting and was Inducted Into Boy Scout Troop 55? Chad on a Job well done. Flowering Azaleas :i"\\, \! !
scarf and slider Webelos Leader,
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Hopkins and introduced to Unit Com- this month. Hanglna Baskets ;,'< \)!> :. .!
missioner Kenneth Williams. Custom Clockso; Swings: : :i
Williams presented Chad to Assistant present to see the boys receive their Webelos den leader. reaching the many goals that each '
Troop 552 Boy Scout Leader Tommy awards. Also introduced were Unit Commissioner boy has to complete in order to I and more', ( ,,,,
Nettles who put the Boy Scout scarf Den 1 with Susan, Bryant 8$'den Kenneth Williams, Pack 552 receive the. coveted Arrow of Light Compare our prices &''ScSve j Jesus'v, ) ;:.q\\
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and slider around Chad's neck; o->, leader gave' the opening flag' Scouting Coordinator Robert Waters?, Award. You'll love our'atmosphere "Air Nature Sings of '
ficially welcoming him into Boy Scout ceremony. The boys participating in. Assistant Boy Scout Troop 552.Leader in *'
f Troop 552. it.were Michael Bryant, Guille Mari Tommy Nettles, Den Leader Coach Parents sh6uld attend pack J -: ;," -." To>,'
Congratulations again Chad! tin 1 Jon Pearce 'Sean ,Kersey. and Eris Williams and Dale Smith who' meetings, help in weekly den .
Casey Barnauskas. represents' 'the sponsoring meetings and help their boy to workon ''I'
Although it"fiad ained all day .it' "' Cubmaster Davison then Introduced organization- The Church of Jesus his badges and give him all-around
began to.clear up during the eveningand the dens arid their leaders Den 1- Christ of Latter Day Saints. support. The boys can't succeed Keystone :J;
everyone was able to.enjoy the Sherry without this support on the long road
hayride and coveted wagon races. Den 2-GailPeacock and Sarah Smith, Davisonthen- spoke' about how. ,,they have to travel in order to receive "
,r' Cubmaster Larry Davison opened Den 3- Mary Jenkins and Charlotte much a Scout\ depends on his familyfor the Arrow of Light Award L Chiropractic Center"I'I' : ,
the parents.meeting'and other, by relatives welcoming who were the .Douglas and David Hopkins as support and encouragement, in Smith representing the spo rlngSMOKEQUf r I' ..

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;Miss'; Olustee. Applicants, Needed by No"V',3Of"t;1 ? -tea- Chronic & Difficult Cases
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,r. Applications for the Miss Olustee'\ l/nion/ Suwannee; Alacnua,. Bradford -i "This year's pageant-to be held on' :
; :' Festival Scholarship Pageant, spon-, Clay and Putnam Counties. February 23rd j will offer our'local NERVOUSNESS
'''i sored by the Blue-Grey Army Inc. The Miss America Scholarshipprogram contestants even more scholarship ;" .. PAINFUL JOINTS
than $2 than In the past. We feel this r
and a Miss (America francjlsed'"event provides''more money sa. a LOSS OF' SLEEP
million In scholarship funds, in addition iq an excellent opportunity for our;
are now being accepted ': '
!i.,. Deadline.for entry Is November to 'the prizes awarded at the, young women to subsidize'. their f; NOTICE'On ,, NECK, SHOULDER&'ARM PAIN
JJ>*30, 1984 but participants, are encouraged local, state and national compeU1 futher education;'* said Judy'fomeroy :/\' 1 of. this week's TG&Y NUMBNESS IN HANDS/ARMS "
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submit tions. It also provides a forum for Exectlve Co-producer. '.
,ri i. to their applica- Family: center Circular the fAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS,
the area's most talented For more information,or to obtain''applicationsf
lotions as early as possible. The competition showcasing .Glade Air Freshener shduld be< e *
.' is to young women.Judging is based on a call '((904) 752-2058, LOW BACl?& LEG PAIN:> Dr. Richardson
single women I.
open from 7 oz.each not 13 oz;Also;on ,
';"(never married) between the ages 'combination of personal interviews, Monday,Wednesday or Friday 8 the photo for the ToBot .
''$<17-25, residing in Columbia.,Baker .appearance! talent and beauty! : .9 a.m6 p.m.WHBVBmnBBHnmHBBBnBBOHHBMlBI laser page Blaster Is incorrect. How- MOST INSURANCE PLANS! I, .

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"Methodist PreSchool price of 12.99 are correct. e Union Insurance .Worker's Comp.OnthJob Injuries| Blue trow.
t.;Plan hJi'ENI 106 11 We regret these errors and any'. Mentor Modlcpl: Plant //Medicare Etc,
Trips
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r The Methodist Church preschoolenjoyed ,
5 a field trip and picnic at the Sun. _IKERFIMR' 1TG'UlY' '473.3604; ,', I
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Jacksonville Museum' of Arts and. '
Sciences.; 'The children' ,Were i& Mon I, Keystone hank Annex Downtown'Hwy. 21 ,,;,. .
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W. ty, for which the children/ made all
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It\ children will participate in" pony 1a:: :NO
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)II j j., Mrs. Neta Brown two daughters, Miss Nita Faith of Raiford and Mrs.Marilee Sullivan" Shirley Mulkey or Ocala Carol Elaine D. Halle: sister Ms. Lupll.
, : Mrs. Neta Brown, 88, of Starke, Green and Miss Carol Green,both of of Atlantic Beach; four> step- Swafford of Branford,Wanda Griffis Card of ThanksDear Lee, one son and aunts.
'I j died Monday Nov. 12, at the Bradford Raiford; one son, Cody Green of daughters, Ms. Jane Machen of Pitt- of Lake Butler and G ends Nelmans
HospitaL She was a native of Raiford; his mother, Mrs. Nita sburgh, Pa., Mrs Ilene Kronin of of Orange City' and one grand-
1 Bradford County and a member of Green of Raiford; five brothers, West Virginia, Mrs. Nancy Smith of daughter.Funeral. Friends, .'
; the Bayless Highway Baptist Carlos,Carl and Lamar Green,all of Atlantic Beach and Mrs. Barbara services were held Mon- I would like to take this opportunity The tamllY of Everlyn: *
I Church. Raiford, Kirby Creep of Holly Hill Boles of Atlantic Beach; one son,Arnold day at 2,,p.m. at graveside in Mid- to express my appreciation for the ,Southerland wishes to thank eajch;
Survivors include one niece, and Ira Green of Macclenny; five Bruce Burdett, Jr. of'Californla Way Cemetery near Mayo with Rev. many acts of kindness shown to me 'and every one who extended tht.lr.
I Audrey Belle Parrish of Brooker sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Johns of ; two stepsons, Robert:Raypush Mertic Wimberly officiating. Archer during my recent stay in the sympathies for our grief during the:
, I Services were held Wednesday, Jacksonville, Mrs. Lois Varnes of and William Raypush of Pittsburgh, Funeral Home of Lake Butler In hospital. Thank you for your cards illness and death of our lovAing\
j' : Nov. 14, at 2 p.m. in the Bayless Lake Butler, Mrs. Merle Atkinson of Pa.; one sister, Mrs. Ann Reitler of charge of arrangements.; flowers, visits, and most of all your mother. The thoughtful support
Highway Baptist Church with Rev. Clinton, N.C., Mrs. Anna Lora Lewisof Pennsylvania i. 28grandchildrenand prayers In regard to me and my through prayers, food, visits, cards
, J.D.Robinson and Perry Gorman of' Macclenny and Mrs. Sheri Millerof 11 great grancSchildr'en.Memorial Francie S. Lewis family. God has richly blessed me calls & flowers and all other kind
t ficiating. Burial was In Brown Gainesville. services were held with many friends and brothers and deeds of our friends and neighborswere
L, I Cemetery under the direction of Archie Funeral services will be held Thursday,Nov. 8 1 at 2 p.m.in the Archer Francie. Slocum Lewis, 68, of sisters In Christ. It is so wonderful to deeply appreciated. Special
: I Tanner Funeral Home of Thursday, Nov. 13, at 2 p.m. in the Funeral Home Chapel with Starke, died Friday Nov. 9, In be a part of the family of God. May thanks to Dr. Hernandez and of If:Ice
, Starke. First Baptist Church of Raiford with Rev. Raymond Baer officiating. Archer Whispering Pines Nursing Home 'God bless each of you richly.Love staff, the Bradford Hospital eta df,
, Rev. Ronnie Kinsaul and Rev. Funeral Home of Lake ButlerIn Center following a long illness. in Christ, Archie Tanner and staff, Susan
: Mrs. Mary Gay Melvin Owen officiating. Burial will charge of arrangements.\ .' Born In Georgia, Mrs. Lewis mov" Broward E.AkrIdge Douglas, Karen Ford,and DeWitt C,
, follow at Sapp Cemetery in Raiford. ed to, Starke where she has lived Jones Funeral Home.
. Mrs. Mary Gay, 90, of Klngsley
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Lake,died Sunday. Nov. 11, at Bradford Archer Funeral Home of Lake' Mac Arthur DriverMac The Southerland fam lly
I Hospital. Butler in charge of arrangements. Arthur "Mac" Driver, 41, of Freewill Baptist Church.
, : Born in Bellmore Community in Gainesville, died FridayBorn in Survivors Include three The family of the late Daniel'Haile In MemoryIn
, Clay County, Mrs. Gay moved to Arnold B. Burdett, Sr. Mayo, Mr. Driver had lived in daughters, three sons, two sisters wishes to thank you and express '
Arnold Bruce Burdett, Sr., 68 of Gainesville for the last four years; and six brothers. their heartfelt appreciation for the loving memory of my husbn nd,
Kingsley ; was a
I member of ktheiBeulah Baptist Atlantic Beach; died Monday, iJov.ti was employed with the Florida State Funeral services will be held at many comforting expressions,floral ALLEN DESUE, who passed (may
(. Church and was one of the oldest after a brief illness. Prison and had lived in Lake Butler 2:30: p.m. at ,Greater Bethlehem offerings, cards, phone calls} and Nov. 9.1981.For .
charter members of that church. Born in Pennsylvania; Mr. until moving to Gainesville. Freewill Church Saturday Williams Nov. 17, other l kind acts of sympathy during God so loved the world,
Survivors Include one daughter, Burdett had lived there until movingto Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. with Rev. Jasper of will of our loved one. "Dan1* that He gave his only begotten
Mrs. Mary Dot Miller of Kingsley Atlantic Beach ten years ago. He Mickey Ellis Driver of Gainesville; ficiating.Burial will be in Oddfellow greatly missed by those who Son.That
Lakj T.Gay of was a retired coal miner; was a two sons, Michael and Steven Cemetery. Family will line up at knew and loved him. His smile and whosoever believeth in Him
I one step son, Logan
I Atlanta< ; Ga. one step-daughter, member of the Church of God; held Driver, both of Branford; one step- Mrs. Blanche Jenkins' home, 1402 cheery attitude made our days, Shall not perish;
Elizabeth Estes; of Decatur,Ga.; one memberships in the United Mine son, Charles Wayne Spicher, of Old Lawtey Road. Carl Haile together complete. May .God bless But have everlasting Life.
sister, Elma T. Riggs of Kingsley Workers and. the Veterans of Daytona; one stepdaughter, DebraE. Funeral Home in charge of ar each of you in a very special way. Carrie t6ue
Lake; two grandchildren and one Foreign Wars and was in the Army Stodgill of Lake Butler; four rangements. Brother & sister-in-law, Carl D. & Miss &YvonneYoungMotors
great grandchild. during World War II. brothers, G.W. Driver of Orange Ci-
Funeral services were held Tuesday Survivors include his wife, Mrs. ty, Ray Driver of Zolopho Springs
Nov. 13, at 2 p.m. at the Beulah Luella G.Burdett of Atlantic Beach; Joe Driver of St. Augustine, and
Baptist Church with the Rev. Greg three daughters, Mrs. Sherry Howard Driver of Mayo; five
Douglas and Rev. Herb Mullay of- Kersey of Raiford Mrs.Cathy Zerba sisters, Bernice Jones of Ocala, ,

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peared In circuit court Nov. 13 and office. Defendant Blaine Thompson, surety bond,was posted..Bonds set as he entered to answer cocaine' t REASONABLE,: RATES
each entered a plea of not guilty. 43, of Lawtey said he would be on the suspects range from W.OOO to charges in Duval County. Norman
represented by Gainesville attorney $1 million each for Thompson and whose bond was set at $6 million is SINCE 1969
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I possession or sale of cocaine stemming Other Bradford County men arrested f County later this month. WAYNE KINNEY
from a six-month investigation included Michael Stephen Another man charged In the alleg "In reference to rumors concern -
by the Bradford County Sheriff's Of. Bryan, 29; Timothy Alan Bryan, 23; ed conspiracy is Lewis Jacob Nor ing other individuals arrested in this L,:.. IU"AIC ,NRATING AIRCOND. ,
fice and the Florida Department of Ewell Frank Craft, 29; and Johnny man, .L of, Wellborn. Norman is cocaine case, as of this date L_PLYMMIIMO L REFRIGERAIIONI
Law Enforcement, according to Dewayne Spencer, 28. They, along believed to be the leader, of the ((Wednesday afternoon), we, have .
I Sheriff Dolph Reddish. Six of the with Charlie Simpson Harrelson 30.of operation who brought cocaine from. made no additional arrests in the 964-8786, ,
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Outs Garage transports each to & Betty Jean J. Sasser & Jennifer L. '
Building Reception Medical Center and Union Sasse Crum. Larry Brown & Lisa Brown.
Fire gutted the old Bells Garage General Hospital in Lake Butler. & Delorea J. eA i Ff. t. tdberg' &' Lillian( V.
early Saturday on SR-16 and US-3o1 The new unit, Rescue 61, Is in service Ltndberg.MiChele.,.

iri Starke. There were no injuries in two' weeks.and has been rolling for the past H. D. '" Hendrik c &/Itussell'Uen-' '. ,. . "" "" ",, ,n" .. -. .. ",.. ,, ". ..... .., .
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located at the intersection that the man. Crawford.' Alvin Henley "& Barbara S. lIRE! ON
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Fire| 'Deparlment responded to the 'I'\. ," ',, ,
call and brought the blaze under con- Additional .ArrestIn -_. .1 .1' TOP HAHD
trol within fifteen minutes of arrival ICenda..llal.' Case .
The surrounding buildings were strJciI2.1 '"' "t" t. .. .. ... ." .. .. .., '. .
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damage to the adjacent building. A the Kendall-Hall fraud case. car'and' pickup truck left inside the 72-year-old Walter Neilson was ar- lust Bso ,
building could not be saved however rested, Nov. \\ in Walla Walla, Wa. for electing me' youoe you.
The state fire marshal was called, and charged)with involvement in a, Lubricating everything from a hydraulic; pur{ p to a ,
into determine the cause of the fire scheme \ito defraud Starke It is my intent oil ; differential places tough demands; on.a fluidGulf '
according to Assistant Fire Chief, businessman Mark Kendall. Arrested Universal Tractor Fluid performs.
Dewayne Hardee. ,drea in September were Lydia An- all the.citizens in this,district It Is a superior fluid for roost modern tractors
Williams and her husband ,
The garage is owned by Colon, requiring a"common fluid" in the hydraulic transmission
,Thomas'.and, has been leased ,the, ,, 1 George awtey. Brooks Neilson Williams,is ,Mrs. Williams'both of 'competently as poss&te.' final drive, wet brake and power steeringv
past several months to Schoenirig : ,
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father,but represented himself to be systems. d long exceptional prop* '
Auto Repair. the be ,erties to work in hot or cold weather, and deliver '
grandfather of Howard L. 'Dale'Hall accomplished with good
Fireman responding to the fire .'. ',
when' Hall claimed to have long trouble-free service.
were Williams Hardee Chief Mike Bobby Sanders Lewis Randy; LoU received an inheritance of several .. 'I I will let you:; know' Come to us for Gulf Universal -
Gaskins, Tom Rowe, Darrtn Hardee million dollars which was in a trust'' Tractof Fluid. Like all Gulf products, e'(
and volunteers Wallace Wise, Tom fund While awaiting, money from.the' ,. ,newspaper as soon 'as the it's the kind bf help you can use around '
,Gros. and Jeff Johnson, as well'as trust fund Hall received'money; !the farm. _
Rescue and Starke Police. from Kendall to buy equipment to' staff are in place. In .event
fullfU contracts but did no buy the any ,, "
equipment, according to Investigator REGISTER OIL & GAS
Bradford RescueAnswered Don Denton. me,at"my home telephone, I
,. 86 Calls' ,Hall left the area in July and has '' 308 S. Thompson St., Slorke.' Fla. ((904)) 964-5888 "
not be located according to or P.O.: Box 2233; :Orange
'Bradford' County Rescue responded authorities : .; I| LP GAS TIRES. BATTERIES. TUBES. SOLVENT I
to a total of 86 runs during the '.,' \f" r) .:":. ,'
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:53 calls required transport and 33 Divorces RecordedIn I "J. '; \\1.t'j 't'. (.;.
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The backup unit responded to two month of October in Bradford Coun- I ;..! ,
calls,Stat Flight transported two patients ty include the following;, : !
and ShandsCair transportedone Richard ,A. Crane,& Jessie M.
patient. Crane. tati e
'The majority of the calls, 22, were Graham B. Ellis & Helen M. Ellis.

illness related Eight calls were to ,Richard Murray. & Cheryl Murray m _____ _n .. __n.__ -__ _____n__ _
cardiac patients five calls were w "="-
respiratory related and three were' Sylvester Williams' & Shirley' Bring your fqmily and enjoy yoUr
overdose victims.' Six calls were to Williams. Back ?
people in' trauma and' four 'were John Goolsby& Rebecca Goolsby. I I Pain, Thanksgiving meal with us. ,
trauma resulting from automobile HaNguyen Lam &: Lou Hoang '

accidents.Four,.runs were to obstretlc pa- Lam.David Lee Garland,&4. Linda B. !I Jlur Buffet Includes : 1 I
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and one call was a false alarm. Marion Lee & Mumell) Lee. OF: SA
Seven calls were cancelled, and Donald Alvarez & Sheila Alvarez. : L7 *' ROAST TOM TURKEY SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
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people were when the Baldocchi & Albert W. "
rescue unit arrived. Baldocchi. ,,' /i PAINS 9 ,CORNBREAD DRESSING' GIBLET GRAVY
The majority of the runs, 32; were ',Jimmy M. Keene &',"Vickle L..
taken to Bradford Hospital Three Keene.Grady, i PAINS 'BAKED HAM W/CHERRY/ SAUCE
were transported to North Florida D;Nettles&Wanda E. Nettles -
Regional, six to'Alachua General ? I & TINGLING, GREEN BEANS. ,AMANDINE,
and six to Shands In Gainesville.One William L Williams & RosemarieE. \
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taking over the prison industries, including Glisson predicted sales for the build self-esteem an4 i! a at the meeting to help promote Burger answered firm no: He!said might be retiring. the 77-year-old '.
UCI and FSP, state officials coming fiscal year will increase by fighting chance to successfully prison reform and the involvementof television Is "show business" and Justice: smiled and.: dented considering
predicted the plan would reduce the 39 percent to $32 million. PRIDE has return to society."I the public.He shouldn't be mixed with legal retirement. He said his father
cost of keeping prisoners reduce employed salesmen who call on can think of nothing worse than said Burger was the nation's business.One lived to be 90 years old and I his
idleness, provide better job training county and city governments which taking an individual and locking most famous proponent of programs reporter said allowing television mother 94.Eckerd .
for Inmates and ultimately give previously didn't buy products: from them in a cell with nothing to do; .to help rehabilitate prisoners. cameras might help educate the added that Burger had :
I .prisoners a better chance of staying prison industries. Glisson. said the the chief justice said. Eckerd said most people: want to public to the workings of the court. spent the night at his home after arriving .
I out of high new marketing approach plus fewer He said society's' fear of ex- forget about prisoners and don't like Burgers reply cited a situation &in Florida (ha day before and) &
I, These sounding goals struck purchasing restrictions and other offenders will be slow in changing JO talk about the problems involved. where a news report on a seven day Burger had stayed up pant midnight: z.
a chord of unity at the second annual red. tape which hampered stateoperations and the poses the biggest problem Department of Corrections trial was less than three minutes of talking without wanting to get off UT"S
PRIDE of Florida meeting held In blended to allow better facing inmates leaving ''prison. Secretary Louie L. Wainwrlght saidit the prosecutor's opening statement. bed and rest. 5
I j, Tampa on Monday Nov.-12. PRIDE management of prison industries However, an ex-convict who can't was great to have the chief Justice That, Burger said, was not educational "Don't let these white hairs fool i
,. stands for Prison itehabllttative Industries and. more profit.Statewide read, write or calculate has a far present which had apparently drawnan and in fact a one-sided account 'ou Burger said, T.m not even $,
and Diversified Enterprises PRIDE! had a surplus more difficult problem of readjust' 'above average crowd to, the of what happened: thlnsingabout, retirin .'' ,. i
a non-profit organization of $104,000 at the close of the 1983-84 ment than a person who comes out meeting. Wainwright said the only r .
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founded by the Florida Legislature fiscal year. compared a with some basic skills. : timlarge crowds gathered to .
.*. in 1981 to manage the 43 Industries of$129,000 the previous year.Eckerd Too often in our country \Inmatesare discuss prisons was when the
operated in 17 state prisons. started the organization on $200,000 worse off when they leave prison department proposed building a tp/uun '
donated by private contributors. than when they entered, he said. prison in their town. MUSIC COIN ,
The goals of PRIDE were restated Profits earned by PRIDE will go By Investing In programs which, About 30 news reporters were'present .
Monday at the annual meeting of the to start new industries, Glisson said. may help a person stay out of prison for the Monday morning session
I 13-member PRIDE board of directors The intent is to expand the opera- society can help to reduce the. high. .which began with.a news conferenceat AFFORDADLM i z
appointed by Governor Bob tions now in existence to producemore cost of crime, he said. ', 10 a.m.
Graham. Graham was not present products and also tq begin new Keeping person first of all would Burger was asked several questions
but sent a letter praising the progress industries in other prisons to providemore save'the state the cost of .housing, 'about prison during the news
PRIDE has made since taking jobs for inmates. feeding and guarding which conference in which he basically ;
over the prison industries t pro In Bradford and Union counties averages' between $12,000 and reiterated the content of his speech
j cess began on July 1,. 1982 and was PRIDE operates industries at $30,000( per Inmate annually, Burger praising rehabilitation efforts. PIANOS : 1/
completed July 1-1984, which was 12 Florida StatePrison Union Correctional said. !. I' Asked about allowing television /
months ahead of the schedule outlined and Lawtey Correctional. industries Indirect. costs Include Insurance ;: i
by the Legislature, according to include the tag plant, rates, victim,. losses, law enforcement atenruwatuaa w.j .
; Department of Corrections forestry,dental lab metal furniture, and courts AND "
I Secretary Louie L. Wainwright. agricultural operations, meat processing However, the worst side, is the j
I PRIDE board Chairman Jack plant, shoe factory, brooms human suffering, Burger said..That
I Eckerd praised Wainwright and the and garments.Regional includes the convicted person and ORGANS2Day
superintendents of the Institutions Director'' Wallace the family left behind that often
where the Industries operate for the Mooneyham reports that sales In- winds up on welfare
"excellent cooperation" between creased to $1.46 million thin year Burger;said the fear that putting ,
PRIDE and DOC officials. ahead of a projected total of $1.19 inmates to work would hurt' private 'I '
: Eckerd the founder of a multimillion million. Mooneyham was among the business and unions is not correct.He "
J I dollar corporation' which 200 persons present at the 2nd Annual said if'each of the nations half
primarily operates drug stores was PRIDE Board Meeting In.Tam. million prisoners were put to work it
::1,i i appointed head of the PRIDE board pa Monday which included the wouldn't,even scratch the gross national EVOflt'at.g.
by the governor. PRIDE became the presence pf U.S. Supreme Court product.
I first private corporation in the Chief Justice Warren Ei Burger. Burger 'said the progress of
United States to undertake the task Burger complimented Florida of- private enterprise's involvement In i
of operating prison industries. About ficials for leading the nation in need- Florida prisons Is encouraging and TG&Y \ ;
I 1,800 inmates work in the various Industries ed prison reform by involving 'he hopes that other states will follow of } -
I in 17 of the states 35 prisons. private enterprise with i inmates to,:' 'suit lie mentioned that in his home l'16'
J I Florida's present Inmate population increase-productivity supply 'state of Minnesota,a computer coma .
totals. about 28,000. better job skills. f pany is using inmates to assemble. Thursday. Friday, Nov 15th, 16th 10.6 p.m. t
1 One goal Is to Increase the numberof In his 15-minute remarks withouta computers. .
inmates working from the present written text, Burger (said the Following the 'address//, ,Eckerd .NEW USED .
7 percent of the available workforceto cooperation of the private sector J
30 percent. Many inmates in the with the public sector in trying to $4950 ', t ,
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system are not allowed to work rehabilitate prisoners is r a .great Quality. ;;: Ij IMe.. ,.. \',$4572./M :'S .
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