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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 22, 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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::,i.-.i.J. "We just got after them," said Keystone outlasted Clay 10-7( in an plus two five yards penalties down, that late In the period and Keystone deitense the offensive'line matched ';"": I.
," : Head Coaach David Hurse after his evenly contested first period which them with rMrmlngv.back lank ,followed by a pass interception by the Hurse said. c''ti .
; Cars Due.. Tornado eleven dominated Keystonefor had two'eight play overtimes In ad- Long going 'Ofeiffrom! Wire yards, 'defensive back Tny.? piggs to eathevlcwry' Members of the offensive line.;,.',.
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Antique a 9-0 win to take the 1984 District dition, to the' quarter ''of play. The out. John Francis missed the which overpowered KHS, Monday/, '1,
Starke will host the 75th Anniversary Class 2A football championship in score was 0.0 after' 12 minutes, 7-7 point-after David BHS led 80. "It was the best quarter of play night ,are wcakside! tackle 'Greg,'' .
: re-enactment of the historic 8 the, second quarter of a three-way, 'after the first overtime, .and 10-7: Aaron Mathews intercepted a KHS we've had all year long said Coach Jackson, weakslde guard Keith GUI :
; Endurance Run of 1909 at the Old Monday night in Keystone after the second overtime. pass, returnecMt Z 17 yards and set up, Huns "Our offensive flue Just.took' ingham, ,.center Danny Mannihng, 1(oil
hh! Courthouse Friday, Nov, 23, at 8:30: play-off Heights. Bradford High drew the bye, and BHS on' the KHS 15 \in the waning. charge' 'and went after'' Keystone strong guard Tommy Parker;strong'' }I
a.m. BHS will now host the(Santa Fe in the second quarter of play simply' minutes of thefp{ riod., ''Hel ts. tackle Donald Thornton and tight., 1
Driven and pasbengers of the an- Raiders of District 72A"this' drove the football down. the middleof Long ran three times then $HS's "The offense complimented'the end Mike Chappell. ,
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tique car motorcase will be Friday night Nov, 23, on.Bradford the Indian defense. Receiving the Francis 22-yard field goal. defense tonight"" Nurse Bald; The "They'did a super job..They! really. I '
presented with a Key to the City Field in regional round of the kickoff from KHS, the Tornadoes' for the 'kiCk5i argig.- BHS defense has been getting after 1.. .
and served doughnuts and coffee. state play- fs. i drove the ball 60yrards In,nine playa, BHS j ,only one first people all season long. Monday night (See BHS..P.11A, ) ,'. I

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and Miss BHS to crowned at the C'"aus'e's .tJ" roncertt',' ': :: "" :' :' .
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night Dec. 1, in the BHS gym. ,. I" .." i
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Mr. BUS candidates ate Tony : ,
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Diggs, sponsored by the Science .',
Club; Michael Early, sponsored by :l.
JROTC; John David Francis, sponsored Afeout School FundsDeclining1 ,

by Spanish Honor Soceity; .
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Curtis Green, sponsored by the Key ;i '.
Club; Andy Nguyen, sponsored by ( $ '
the Spanish Club, and Donald : .school''enrollment in Smith said the welding class and' c":

Thornton, sponsored by the National 1y/ ; Bradford County is a cause for concern -, ,heating 'and air-conditioning class .. '
x Honor Society. \ r but, Supt.; Tom,Casey says a' are being canceled because of, few' < ,
w s Miss BHS candidates ate Kay u l : reduced amount of funding la not expected .'' students. i. "
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Allen, sponsored by the Kiev Club; impact 'classroom needs : \
Pat Barber, sponsored by JROTC;, d 'supplies or personnel.,,: ' crease fees; because, of the;":! !
Brenda Bawek, sponsored by the :_ Casey said purchasing' has"been ,, Legislature's actions In June which,- :' :
Honor Valaiie frozen except through the county ofv' has hampered some students, Smith' '
y : Jenkins Spanish, sponsored Society by ;the French _ ________________ ,' 'flee in preparation the'new administration ;; 'said.The Legislature also prohibited ",
Club; Dawn Scott, sponsored by i-: ) -. beginning Jan: 7. any persons being allowed attend '
National Honor Society and: ',"I want every thing,hi order,and without,:paying( fees: In' one course I
Sabrina Snell, sponsored by the accounted for so that Mr; Duncan, 'business education for example last '' '.' j
I Science Club. will have what he.needs .when'he year's'feewas $1.50 per semester> : ;
The school-wide election to select ,takes over,"' ,C sey 'said. '.He said! and this.year's charge is $20. : -:
the outstanding male and female' .principals.at each school.are being: The/'num er of veterans lookingfor
senior representative of BHS. .to set. ''asked to take an inventory! equip Job i skills has also declined. ; .
L Nov 27,and 29. ,hest.athdbalance budgets based on'available ;*Smith said. .
funds, and school 1 n_eeds.jiir .' One good piece of news, Smith .
Pecan Auction.., ., Nrti.T ./ said, is that more people are able to .
.. ., .FTP\Count/Dpwn,.*, find jobs and don't need to come to: ) ,
', Next pecan auction of the'fall .is ,: :;, .;"'\.. ;" '" "'., ::' ,. :.students'' thanexr, the Vo-Tech to; retrain for another '.;'," :t !
it will be Thursday Nov. 29, At 4 p.m.. ,, r .; oles;a 'j ivocatlon. after, inaajobI, ,:; ; WI Jji' ; '. .' .. ;
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",'" I receiving Some$400,000 less than expected County-wide1' enrollment) declines
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of tl in funds, Supt. Tom a funding >
." year A bumper and low crop demand pecans is keeping 1s Casey.has told The Telegraph. $400,000 Casey Said. He Said internal ,' .' .

.I'. prices down'Auctions are set eachThursday Vo-Tech'Decllne..*. have meetings outlined a with way to admlnstrators make up for .'

1 until{ except Thanksgiving The, biggest decline in students the decline In enrollment and over
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pecans falls off. | : showed'up at'' the Bradford-Union projections.Overall .
''" Pecans should be weighed iri I bet t, ; j Vocational School where .variousnew the county has 72 fewer: .
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rules passed year grades
;, ween 8 a.m. and noon separated by y by the Florida
K-12 he said. That less
variety and bagged in cloth bags.' Legislature and other factors have means
...: ;: Cash buyers, except those licensed reduced enrollment. VoTech Dlreci money .than anticipated but not, a
,. and bonded, must put up a $25 cash tor David.Smith said this year's total loss of those funds. He said a
1 J' J" .'. deposit which will be credited, to enrollment of adults is down about 39 state regulation allows the county to
i.1'','Y purchase, refunded In cash In case percent. That' translates to about collect half that amount 'because. of. "
':;;ft:.:; there is no purchase, or forfeited If __ $126,000 less state income than anticipated the declining enrollment.
;:'tJ.i ,'.. the buyer fails to claim his purchase : ., Last year's adult enrollment Another state program, state'public
". How Sweet It Is... : !!: totaled 420 compared. to 247 In education bonds monies Just ,
'l" .., < iJt, ,October of this ear. re-approved when voters'okayed a' .
..i' Parade Route Set.. Silas Jenkins congratulates Coach David Hurse on the first ,, .at He said the. shortage' would be Constitutional amendment will pay t
BUS district title since 1978, at the about ,
top. made ,up by/canceling\ some night county $120 000 'for'
-.. Applications to enter the 1984 Quarterback John David Francis Is congratuated by Heather .. not replacing an instructor maintenance and construction at the ,
'f! :s Christmas Parade set Dec. 8 can be O'Steen, left,, and Terri Fender, above. ; .that courses resigned,, shifting some' Brooker Elementary. Cafetorium ,
'.;'1" found at the Chamber of Com- Number 3 rolls. Frank Long, gained over 90 yards In the one teaching assignments to reduce "', which makes up another large chunk ,I '
': merce, Radio Shack at Bradford quarter of play, at right. overtime and a promoUon campaignto '#
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? Square, and The Telegraph' draw students. (See DrOp..P.2A) -
,,-I', ,..' Route of the Christmas parade more ,
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":$''' Street Street,, a turn left right on Thompson on Madison St. and' Williams Victimized by Redistricting Growing 'GOP Trend, : I IChalk

a left onto Call St., and back to.the ; .
Florida Bank parking lot. ,
'I If that sounds the same as last it up to President Reagan's of the vote ,to 3,289), but lost the run-oft to. Cove Springs,the county seat,where I II.
year, it is. Police Chief Jimmy' coattails, a voter) realignment, in Williams was a victim not only of Williams: ",, the living Is more relaxed and the,
Bowen okayed the use of US-301 as Clay County, or whatever fact heavy Republican registration and!,! As things now stand, Clay County, voting more traditionally Democrat I.
long as the parade moves quickly remains that Republican Frances cross-over'voting'In'Orange Park, has a North-South voting constituency But Green Cove Is now heavily out
.: leaves on time, and gets off 301 as '"Chance" Irvine, a Clay County but also of the 1982 House redistricting ,with, Black Creek forming the voted by Orange Park, and with two
soon as possible. It was determined housewife making her first bid for which divided old. District 25 political dividing,, line. North, of 'Republicans making"their way into"'
,r, that North Walnut Street Is too public office, defeated Democrat taking away more than half of his Black! Creek, is bustling Orange the hallowed halls of the courthouse,
rough for floats and marchers,says! Frank Williams J a 12-year veteran of' Bradford County home territory. Park:,."busting" at the seams'ns,a the -pattern may'be set for more
; Chamber Michael the Florida House: of Representatives Before redistricting Williams had a '
,;;' Manager bedroom 'community for refugees Republican inroads in the future. "
,' Cooney. by 348 votes in the pool of around 8,000 voters to drawon from Jacksonville' fast-lane To' some' Clay: County t political
The parade U set for Id a.m.. ,November 6 General Election. against a Republican opponent, lifestyle. Add to this some 28,530 ,observera'the November 28 election Ir
(" Saturday Dec 8- ,. And Williams ..wasn't the only but after the partitioning of Brad, civilian and military personnel. from signified the death rattle of the traditional ,
"t Theme is "An Old-Fashioned casualty in the growing Republican ford, only 3,718 'Voters remained In Jacksonville ,NAS and Cecil Field, l rural' Democratic, politicalmachine. (
r Christmas." All floats should work strength that swept away Democrat! the nine precincts placed in District :NAS many of whom live in Orange< One Orange Park resident -
toward that theme. Jesse Tynes,who has held the office 21,his new ballwick, I
.Park,'and are more likely to vote. commented, ,1, think the north end
: .First place float will win $50 second of-'Clay County>School superintend< 'RepuDll alt because of the party's, of the county'is growing; and we're
place $35, third place $15. Applications dent for 20 years'awarding the post 'Williams"1 eventual i' defeat ''was' ".hawk,' image. conservative. two-party system'

required for all entries, 'to Anne Wiggins, Republican who, likely Indicated two years ago In the' More/than, !half of Clay County's, .has finally ,comet Clay County
will be available by this Friday; has taught English for the past five" first election after redistricting;'In, 74,524 MfMents live in Orange Park which I think t Is exciting./ "
I f t Nov. ia, at the Chamber office.Cut- years and filled the Supervisor of' the four-way Democratic1 primary where the, population has soaredfrom Not alt;'Of; the,; Republican vote,
'-' 4off; date for all entries la Dec. 5. If Elections vacancy;with Republican. for Representative Lee Drawdv of .. 17,_t to 42,000 since 1970. :)y ..{ ....

: On the' Downtown.... Dorothy'' Holt:., who. Dolled I s8 percent' Orange Park drew more. votes (4,970WilliamsGearingJJp' ; .\i../" ..Sow. '**"-.",>#.*...ack. Creek. '.lies..Green, :(See.WilialmS., ..ep,3Al', )) 'Rep. Chance Irvix /, '. \
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:The Downtown Progress Committee I' \ ; (.' '1 13ifve'MpreArrested '

(DPC) was to propose its plan I i : ; .
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Drug
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.City Commission at its Tuesday,', ;r:. "r V-, ;rw', ',,', ?/, ':: -47,:" ... ,.,_- _. ( : .,. .." ,..'. /..., ',., .
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's' after.. presstlme.' i 11> ., \ Flvef=tfona arrest ',Nov, .261\ on>Ew ll' Craft, ''29, .of 'Starke.:for [ford '<5ounly o'this month/Seven.:'o r. v:;:, :
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The council was expected to turn not about to roll over and pl y dead."' ,,have besMwade In Bradford County .posMMton and sale) of cocaine;Craft ,those previously arrested remain lrhl'i ,, ...1 :.
the matter over to city attorney '/ ; In ctMUMWMi with an undercover uAveatismtion Is sUB In custody from the cocaine tail, unable; : to post bond...There will( ., ?r\.;';, .
Terry Brown for research on the ..Former st te'aep 'esentativ 'Frank Williams atUhkoepo: liUcebtspite i into the distribution and: arresto/'on Nov.'6. and' his bond rv, ;.be more arrests, Reddish said,;" 4 ,;} "
legal: aspects of setting up a laxtngkProposal ,of losing his District 21 seat in the November 8 General Election sale of.'-..alne and marijuana ins; mains $148,098-; :, '. L f iJ'1 j Norman; arrested Nov..,8 in i' ,
district.. : -I'm not going to rollover and play dead," Williams Mid BredjerdCounty.: Those arrested, Nov :arrest are a part ofa... .Jacksonville entered a written plea "'t
to that the city create t while closing out his office: on Edwards Road in Starke.Wednesday Tuesday there' and beads ,are as follows: :cond phase;of, th* undercover. ''Innyeatigation 'of:not guilty' Nov; 19 when he was ., ,
taxing: district and borrow $500,000 was no answer to the familiar 964r7202 phone numberA. used by his consti: "' Tony'' A.i Williams, 23, 'charged. ( by'the Florida'Department scheduled for arraignment" Bradford ". ,.", ,
for the downtown revitalization pro* tuents for the past VX years: kIn *. ,. 'nth on and sale of cocaine ywraaker of Law Enforcement the ; County, ,, ,:_, '
Ject to be rapaid over 30 years. tact Williams] likes politics' 110 much that he lost no time filing his, 1 Bradford.. Wlty;.Sheriff* Depart. '' .
Funds to repay the loan will be tllntention to run"" papers with the Secretary of State oft November 34;charged with? ment, according,to Sheriff, Dolph.BwlMMsH ; Worman. tha 'Kingpin", remain*' :
raised by increasing the property; groundwork for future political activities Includin& funds laying -' and sale of cocaine-bond The. sheriff requited the "sunder a..$. miUiolbond for.the trafJs : ;', '
tax of the 33 downtown ( ; raising forr J ticking and poasesntort,of 'coealw) : ; \. :,, ,
property ,
his next campalgo.-l'I'U: probably try I<<,,either the Rou i1 .aasUtance of(he state agency in the s '
owners involved Tho DPC has Williams Ot' Senate: \ R Green. charaeA "" filed: in Bradford. ",i',Y .., '
said, adding that he had no telttion I to swltcb I .witttjes ..arMerpartofakByearashiadepwtmeat & sic CGulttr.i ,' ,' .
signatures of of the ,:parties, despite .f fin d ..-on, r
28 property the growing Republican i .'ength jn Clay County. t. po >nd sale,of cocaine.,bon4, received Information of the In-' was. ,
owners who favor the project.. Williams said f he .. I '.. ,.cocaine', and' .marijuana after" pleading guilty. .to. posfMsn' of II' ..
Just.spent
the last .,090 io his once aI.....,"war ; .f200. Ii '
Three will not sign., chest"; sending out personal thanlc.yous to his supporters" ......... a\\ ''j,, "1.;\, h l von ,Ham ti';' ;;aiV\ .= ..dhstrl6utfon'. ja| Bradfwd, ':cocaine, In" iJuval alter Conttty.: Tliatcharge ,,"'r':, iq. I
a Meetings.. ( ,total 01$61,000 on the 15114 eampal.,'More than aU my other 8 1f ut I srsiaL f1'881"; rf. Ana :* resulted '" ; "'..., 'jt'
... ; bond$80B-.J.,>> :"' tw.iiaauon; !hW been C divided i l icharge w..dt..llowecttbr' tr&, ; : ';"I" to' w:
h" ./ .. ''' ( f together: he said. His Republican opponent. Frances''Chamse"! .U' lte f ,... ',,' -
!TM 1aahi IIOwd' wUI,4' .. spent about a fourth,o.f"tha amount tol1 her n.. ;; ,' .' AJdrldge. ;21,7\,...... .'L.C ,>ferud phases due 'to manJaU Attoilwr charge 'of :;:: "'Ii',.'\. ,, J"I':" trU!)

! meet Noor. sit,. 7 p ..."I,. t sald. .j 'I..<' P.JJ, }t u, L ,, .! it indldual ..l _., i' faetmi saW''.the which,.,.........., WM stemnMM" flisd agaiiwt from. to Nwmait.I Hen it '" ,'""''J."'.''JI. I,"i"I '' ..' --
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1x PV" meet Thursday W*.3f. at 1 p..... development! in the MJddeixlrBrea7wWch"to banning be. one of the. A. t charge> were'aieo{t11 d' ._ ... harllaa In .Coun" .. .. '. ', < ,'; ,I., '
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out the components and 'had'been! ; completed ore 23,433,000; feet buildirigH, drainage, septic Bradford from iSumpter County
mapping Injurious types of soil in acres of the slate's total, area of tanks parking born and shopping where they completed a three-year
Bradford County's 187,000 acres will 30,720,000 acres. This. la a completion centers survey. Yamatakl was also team
take three or four'years. rate of 76 percent" Conner said. "This is especially important to leader there "
The prediction came from survey Bradford County because Alachua Leach from Wisconsin,Joined the
team leader Howard Yvmataki' dur Yamatakl said County Is growing northward and USDA soil survey team In August. s
r ing the "First Acre Ceremony"heldon throughout the United States surveys were beginning to encroach on Bradford Sullivan has been with the USDA
the courthouse lawn In Starke being done to'help planners deter. County in the Brooker and Keystone since the summer of '82.
Friday Nov. 16. mine the best use of the lands. areas" Conner said. Team members move to Bradf'ordCounty
"Because of thin growth it is imperative for the' expected 2-year '
that the make-up of the soil survey here. A map of the survey
Some 20, persons gathered' to Conner said surveys. of 32 of be determined so that appropriateand finding will be published lft-2 years
watch soil scientist/surveyor Dar- Florida's 87 counties had been completed best use can be made of the after that. '
rell Leach twist the metal boring and, published "
maps seven, land and the wetlands preserved
rrr tool into the ground and bring up the more were completed but had not he said. The.Payment.,..
various types of soil layer by layer. yet been published. And 13 more are He emphasized the importance!of Bradford County is paying Its
Each different type of soil was In progress He said surveys had not continuing the soil survey program'in $43,000 cost of the scil survey with In-
displayed on a piece of cardboard as begun on the remaining 15 counties, Florida and to impress upon those kind services and cash over five
Yamatakl explained how samples but are expected to be accomplished who control state funding that soil .. years. Total cost is some $135,000
would ty. be taken throughout the coun by the project completion. date of July surveys are a vital element in with the county: ) state, and federal
of 1969. growth planning and management, government each paying a third.
l Conner concluded. Royce Joyner, chairman of the
.. Some areas of the soil are similar
:_ '' "With the predicted population ex Bradford County Soil and Water
for miles as In the Keystone Heightsarea plosion experts expect for Florida The Survey Team... Conservation District, has pushedthe
/ where sandy soils abound and already under way we need to make The 3-man soil survey' team work- soil survey before the county
in low lying areas where' marshland :use of every tool available to us to ing here consists of Yamatakl, the commission over the past several '
wPlaying soils exist. determine the best possible use of team leader- Darrell Leach 'and years finally this year: getting thecommission ,I
brief our land. A soil survey is just such a Kevin Sullivan. to agree to pay its part
In remarks. Commissionerof "
tool. Conner said. The team of soil scientists came to 'of the soil.survey*
Agriculture Doyle Conner said it
in the Dirt... was a special pleasure for him to Conner said soli surveys provide

Ag ConiinU loner Doyle Conner samples a soil boring In front of the come to Bradford County where he Information essential' to deriving optimum
Bradford County Courthou elast Thursday Nov. 15, in a Pint Acre was born and raised; to participatein land use The information
Ceremony. the ceremony 't. can be helpful to farmers,
From left: Howard Yamatakt.party leader of the scientists: to work developers builders foresters ran
'In Bradford; Commissioner Conner, and Royce Joyner chairman of the "I have long been an advocate of chers, dairymen and growth plan
Bradford County Soil and Water Conservation District. soil surveys and I am pleased that ners. Soil surveys help to pinpoint
surveys in Florida an of September potential problems as they might af-

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1Hampton To Remove TroublesJme Trees :

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Hampton will finally see removalof payment. Only stipulation was that ,and approved the city applicationfor purchase,;5 stop signs, 15 speed limit
it's troublesome trees after ap the council pay within 90 days. a Community' DevelopmentBlock signs and 3. ,city limit signs. The'
proval of a contract at the regular Gaston said that his crew would be Grant. ,The council seeks'to speed signs will post the 'new city ;::
city council meeting Tuesday night on the job no later than Nov. 15. The ,improve water service and paving In' limit of 20 mph in all streets off of 13" Dow A:: Now Save
Nov. 13.Gaston. job is estimated to take two weeks. an area of southeast Hampton. CR' 25, 18,or 221.
Tree Service will remove Upon questioning Gaston said Funds in the amount of $500,000 are 1 *
12 trunks 3 complete trees, 9 palm that stumps-would be ground to a .sought for the proposal,'and indications -Is having Attorney James R. 160
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trees and 31 stumps for a low bid of level of 6 inches below grade and filled -. are'that the requested funds Flynn check'into the requirementsfor 4&Kv
$4,400. Only competing bid was from with chips to grade. considered reasonable' for the annexation of property Into the ,J
Sapp Tree Service for 4800. Members voted to accept the bid project. 'I.' city,, i either voluntary ,or .involun
The trees have been quite a problem and for Gaston to begin work im elo8in tarY > Solid State Electronic
for the city for a period of time. mediately. The 'vote represents -Tabled I a street requests.until -
The original contractor was involved obligation of more than 33 per cent of the' landowner ..coup. be present Heard Marshal l Hodges report of Ignition
in an accident that prevented the'total yearly allocation for street one arrest, 2 citations 2 accidents e All position carburetor
completion of the job and delayedthe and right-of-way work in the city; and 7 disturbances in October; e Automatic & manual chain oiling system 16" -30 replaceablesprock.etnose
efforts further. -Agreed to advertise for bids to Hodges added that he had no
pro-
Bill Gaston stressed that he did not In other 'Nov 13. business; the pave 1,685 feet of Pine and Division blem.with the guidelines laid down bars/17",21",25" hard-tipped/ & 14"-..reverslble'baNs
require a draw or deposit but would council: steets over the existing base. ., by a'recent council resolution. The also available e CounterVibe feature for smooth'operation,
complete the work to the members' council hired Gail Yarnun to patrol e Powerful 3.9 cu. In. engine Powerhead weighs less than 14 Ibs.
satisfaction before asking for any Held a second public hearing on Allowed Marshal John Hodges to ,school zones.
13" Bow

a Hr N I Reg: '559" Now: '31981 You Save: '160M

Low Income ]Energy, Assistance Program'Set Here Available at these participating dealers.

l Florida Pest Control .Starke Power. Equipment
The Department of Health ,and Some low-income;' Florida in total household "income, the'' The Low-Income' Home Energy 539 E. Call St.,Starke 322 S. Walnut Starke ,
Rehabilitative Services .(HRS) is residents have begun applying for geographic area of the state in which Assistance Program Includes one 964-5743 .964-8568
presently .grants,,since Nov. 1,. Low. the home is located, and the number payment both heating and cool-
accepting applications ton .; .. .,:nlu16 uted bt Tblpt+.nDt.ubl.t.a.l.' ',amt 1IUr n-.QA.,1D4Ic..11mIt 7eL/ma_,oo\.IA ,6t !'
4 the Low-Income Home -Energy Income Home .Energy Assistance tof persons in the household- ling expenses.' ,There 'will be no, ., .."Ia1pnlM/yM.Mrh.a..q.M1, N nma.d.O.Wl.-Io1dMd....dtuN.lnq\ .,}. .
Assistance of Health and. I People interested iii applying'1ol'the \"' application ,for the, ,.ur.'nnq pNklp.N.a.rN.Illlld na.aHl.t eadoraprylal'' eeTl eta !.
Deco Department Separate period
Program' through ,
; .
: nwu.wum.a ;,
.oIW1'! i'! .d.qur..w .wwnu.a pa. 'wllllW ,,
the JUWII
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'87. If'*Tr i ro>-I..n- Rehabilitative Services (HRS) of* Low-Income H ore !!;fter/"I cooling.-aes'ssnce. program later on. ynnt''r.sn"v *

ficials said recently.The Assistance Program must dor so by -- -- '- \Ji"' ''
authorized by Congress Dec. 17. Applications are availableat '
Purpose of the program is to help program '
low-income households with their is designed to help low- all local HRS offices, as well as
income families and individualsmeet other locations Including Area Agencies '
home costs. The limits for a
household's energy monthly income are the costs of home energy. on Aging Community Action chord ';
$415 for one person; $560 for two; Assistance will be limited to a one- Agencies county welfare offices JIi S HOLIDAY ;
$705 for three; $850 for four; $1140 time only payment to eligible and some utility company offices.A{ Shoe ,
households. The is some .of these staff Special
for six plus $145 for each additional program not a locations '
; SHOES Y.
crisis members will be available
household whose program and does not pay to assist
person; however a monthly utility bills. applicants in filling out the ;. .
income is more than the limit may, SALE !
101 E. CALL ST.
because in- HRS, which is administering the necessary forms. STARKE. :
still be eligible some :
comes are not counted. program estimates that more than All applications must be receivedby (,, ., RLYSTAN'SICXTERY) 1 .:
200,000 low-income households HRS or be postmarked on or -' I
Application forms are available at throughout the state may apply for before December 17. Applications $1388 t .=$16aa .
HRS Economic Services offices returned by mail must be sent to the \
(AFDC and Food Stamp offices), aid.In order'to qualify for assistance, ,address printed on the application. Ladies Fall' Dress .
decision will be made within 45 .
and some city and county welfare offices .households will have to meet income daysof :
Community Action Agencies standards based on family size and \ receiving the application. Applicants and Casual Sandals t
will be notified mail
utility company offices and officesof total cash income, of all household by I
other community-based organiza whether or not they are eligible to Colon
members. Income limits are $415 Yowr,favorite /\
receive assistance. HRS officials'
tions.For more information contactthe
local HRS Economic Services of per month for an Individual; $560 for said all notices should go out,by late! Me/ W e WW,Widths! ir.
two persons;; $850 for four; $1140 for '
fice. six,plus$145 for each additional. per, January 1983. f,.. Comfort Counts Temptations :
The amounts of energy assistance I .
Low-income residents son. checks will be determined after the .Happy Go -' Lightly !
Payments will vary among eligi period is over and all application

applying for grants... ble households based on differences have been processed.}' '..< LADIES CL--=ARANCE'SALERACKS"'I,, "

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U' ; \, ._ $AVE'( '' $AVE' _: $ VE.Mens.. Super Special .: .
Ladies Super Special

I ]Enrollment ., I''rit'; ,'. Hush Puppies $988 to' $2990NAME Johnsonian ,3Captain '.""' .
Drop..; (from page 1A) \ /
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of the funding. It has not been,know Of those graduating' academics the studentTwho. isn't .Reg., 22.99 t '
until' after the vote if the 1 ECO enroll R e g' to*32.99
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school only about 20 percent planning to go to college has less In- Brown Black. ,I
funds/they are called in education college. centive to stay in high school and Foil' Colon ;iStarkeVQwn family' Shoe StoreVVe're or
lingo, would come through. more knock his head Slip.pn. or Oxfords
With more and emphasis: on up against a 'brick \ !
Not being able to hire a speechtherapist wall" which calls for academic sue* Happy to SerVe'; Yo\J\ ,D. e 3E Widths 1
has cost the county about Truth cess which he is unable to achieve
$30,000. However no salary has been Apostolic Casey said. t'" Phone 964-3S3 Hours: Moo. thru Sat. 9:30-6: Maslercharg & Visa Accepted ,j
paid for that position so the actual 'United Pentecostal Church "
N.E. 2nd St., towtay, floridorwtw --
loss is less.Casey .. .. .. !
said the state a11111M/1 w.arytlr-Ta.'*o* CUPTW8COUPON .. .. ... ..
requirements .,... 10 AM,
Sunday Morning N.i
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for a speech therapist have made it Sunday lvnlng Worship *M PM ;; e
difficult to get certified.creating,a, : Thursday Wonhlp . 7M PM D \FJIIo.FRIETwotendeifllhflllell, .
shortage. .-. Horn* Bib!. Study $ ''
Hopefully, a person can be found ACTS 3:3S SALAVATION q : ONLY $1.75.Soutf'i huoh.:
for the position and the, children Com Worship With U. .
placed and. the. funds. received, tllltrttt '" a Brea little aeaf od place' : **.." -.'.0198/ ; ..c tain D's ,:
Casey says.Academic '
STARKE"CHURCH .
Dilemma'... GOD'f' li1lhe geegosdl,,.. '' -
OF
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Casey' said the actions of'the 422 N. SI CUlr 964-5445 ,
: tender fIsh..feth -
Legislature in the name of "qualityeducation" : .i ,
Walter F. Montz. Pastor : ; :
have left local school administrators : : .nchfrteo .. ;'
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We invite
to
In the position of ATTENDED you worship KURSEHr.with' us.. '' '' | ,I !' 2 Southern-style, .. hush '": ," ",,:\:

becoming "paper shufflers." . ....) ,
He said state Intervention forces Smtey School "H." 10 ... .: ; "
MomnWmM.. . .'. ..,Ml.N.11am. .
school districts to meet the needs of tain' D'. !.
the Legislature rather than meeting Evtulnt.. StrvtetMV' ". I ,... r .
.the educational needs of people. Ws4Madq 1IIt1l ......v.w.,7M M.tHC ? itttlettlu.14w41NiatAt. :; \ \'" ',',
He said the actions of ''the' ( .. ... .., .At'. ::. "
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Legislature,which sound good in the eta.eauoautimMm t.tnder..... ..... : .
I .I
name of quality education will havea BRADFORD : : /frirtcfl foiet' ',. f
detrimental effect on school '
districts trying to meet the educational COUNTY TELHMAPH LTwo!' 2 SoulherrHitytehush 'i "
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needs of students Published every Thursdayat : ;; !" ,', .
Casey predicts that drop-out rates 194 W.; Call Street : : A M '
1 will increase as the state forces 'Stark, Florida' 33991 ; ; aitt" D", '
classes student ;
academic on '
while more not allowing them to attend ;Second Class postage pold'ot'Starke l ( INte .?......:':"I' ,v

vocational ,courses, agricultural ;!....... f'r" .t!
programs and extra-curicular activities ; FloridaSubscriptlonRates, 'l _'''____"'-"'"'""" ,\ ':,A q",;\. ,:, ';?.\
because of,a low grade-point ; : '
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that enter school La the ninth :$5.50 six months \ .. / /::.,
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At'
grade May 'graduate.now. '
,Bradford High School the incoming''I i i Outside areor: $il:per.yearo.OO'i 1 ; :: D.., D''I'I' .;" ; .

ninth graders have averaged about $ Ix 'months' r .. ..... I'
310 the several with :
over past years
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r, 16 wing.Bed"A PHroved, ; f r: Hospital$. .1.1BraWorJ

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Hospital's application for SUrkc's Whispering Pines Nursing care patients. lie aald no accurate
I i 16 swing beds has been approved by Home protested the application by the estimate could be made aa to the
II fwI HRS, administrator C.E. "nip hospital at an HRS hearing In number of extended care beds that
O'Steen reported Tuesday Oct. 30.These September. He,said the expansion of would be needed at any given time
I N'TiIfi cunrently existing beds would nursing home would Include skill.end but predicted that shouu boa maximum R
alternate Sween taking care of nursing space and the hospital ever in use at !the hospital for
acute ca e' patien a and those would not need to duplicate that that purpose. Aa needed the beds ,
Medicare I patients who are less space.The. could pe used to meet the needs of pai''' 3'
serious/ill! ..yet still in need of more nursing home b building 71 new lienta who are not candidates for long,'1 I''.
d A' 86 intensive nursing care than would rooms and will also remodel the 49 term nursing' home care, but ar In?,; '!,
normally be rendered in a, nursing rooms now in use after the new space need of extended skilled nursing .care I;" g
home. I Is available. for up to 100 days > .
Other,patients that'are' likely Candidates Scanlin said the nursing home hud : '
.
: tort 1 using the swing beds include not applied for'skilled nursing statusat 'u Steen noted that the hospital'intentions '.
6 orA ,u y patJejnts who are currently not'' the time of the hearing but would at this time were directed: at
; h eligible for nursing home beds In be obtaining that additional license to filling the existing void for an intermedtate ,', .
Starke.: Another category Is patients provide extended care so that pat facility in the community/, ...,
who are la terminal stages of illness lienta, needing Medicare' continuingcare "We. are net! .establishing theae swIng .':
and In nee4 of skilled nursing care for would not have to go to beds as a nursing name.,,,but*;;
a,relatively.short time. Gainesville or Orange Park. rather as a means of helping the,,'
At this time Medicare patients are O'Staen pointed put that the 16 beds many patients whose 'health,care j jneeds' f. '
largely sent to Gainesville for their at the hospital would be In adesignated fall between the level of care..
follow-up care after being dischargedfrom area of the hospital and rendered at the hospital and 'that' :I.!
Hunter Safety' Education Program... Bradford Hospital. Such would primarily:be used for acute. rendered' at. 'pursing M.homes. )\ r

Some 20 Green Acres 4-11 Club members and it' :. Whitehead Amy Black Katrlna McSpadden, Barbara distance moves can be both physically .
leaders received certificates Nov. a for completing the' Balkcom,.Greg Oliver. and emotionally stressful and ,
Hunter Education. Safety Program Sponsored by the, 'f' Fourth row.Jenny Black Lisa Mosley Dale Cooper, sometimes:result In a patient sufferIng *
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Kerr) Snider James Balkcom. 'tranfer a number" of said. 4&
Not pictured; Joe Relchert. Wayne Mack' Robert' By establishing swing
Certificate recipients are Front rowAnita Black, BenJI Bennett Jeremy Instructor Wayne K.Mclntlre of the Game Commis.ItUdebrand 'Directors hope to fill this community
Lesley Trowell. sion said the Green Acres '4-11 Club was an excellent health care need and keep the patients r little eaood place.
'' Second row. Wesley Moody Keith Moody Tommy class and that "...you are never too old to learn." dot their home community, he aWILL f3
Balkcom, John Relchert. Doyle Rlcherson. Instructor. 'Mclntlre stressed the Importance of putting to use the said.Admlnls:
''Wayne Mclntlre. .. safety rules just learned especially with hunting ;n. :tor Pat Scanlin of BE OPEN '

,,.,Third row.Blalne Thornton Annette Balkcom Terry .. ..season under way. .. .F',.i"i
j .' I It..I FOR THANKSGIVINGWE

: )) WILL BE OPEN .

I. Marching Tornadoes Earn Superior at .District 'THANKSGIVING 10:45: a.m. to 10:00: Gmb yIN '


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'The Bradford High School Mar? Saxophone: Robert Boone. Patti Class BBradford,' Palark (, Y.;. .... ..... Superior ? '
ching Band earned a superior Browder Aaron Davis, Eddie Hall', ... . .. .. Superior' Gater.." ",,.' ;"III". ..... ..Superior ,;
'rating, the highest possible in the Kenny Heiken, Kenneth !,)wens, Bator, .. .. . . . .Superior, ClassColumbia.'A ,. ADDITION
Florida Bandmaster's Association David Rogers,. Kevin Starling! Kirk Eattild. .. . ... .Sup.rloi t- r ; .'<
District Contest Saturday, Nov. 17, Williams. Sanla *.. .'.. .. .. .i>c.llnt. ,."',. .. .. .. .. .. .Good :, '' TO OUR
at the University of. Florida in. Trumpets: Kevin Cogdill, Kim ucfholtt...:". ... .. ....Superior.Superior '
REGULARSEAFOOD'
Gainesville, Gowens. Lynn Holtzendorf, Trey
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,It Is the 17th' straight year that Howard, 'Larry Nazworth Tim Class BBtMlddUburg. Class I AAOrang r '
BHS has earned a superior rating In Weir Jimmy;Wilson. .: . ., ...:. ..c....... .Parlc.... ... .. .
>this competition. Flag Corps; Libby Andrea I DINNERS
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Eleven of the 22 bands received a Piggott, Pam '
I superior rating. In Class B,which includes Williams Kathy Tyson,Cindy Ward. .
I Bradford High, Baker Majorettes: Rosaland Lennon ALTERNATORSSTARTERSGENERATORS. BE\ SERVING .A
I Eastslde were rated superior, andSanta head majorette; Kim Case WE WILL >, .
Fe, excellent.The Melissa Williams Donna '
Union High School Band,. Donna Langley, Cindy Rogers,Anna I Thanksgiving Day Buffet.
i under the direction of Dean Cassels, 'Ward, Lorrie King.Correction. 'AUT "
I former BHS band director, won a ,
MOTIVEaRININDUSTRIAL: We WHI .Be Featuring -
t superior rating in Class C. The VHS ... ..
I. band is through of eight sophomores The BUS percussion line receiveda Country Style, Ham with the Trimmings
t and 7th 9th graders. superior rating at the Sunbelt
Championships in Moultrie Ga. J We will also be featuring '
I Band Members.., '''recently. The Telegraph Incorrectly :[ .
BHS band members by. Instrument reported the percussion line had an ,One of the Best Oyster, Dressings YOU have aver ustedDon't .
grouping, are: excellent rating.And..the ,
Flutes: Leanna Barfield Kim band director's name Is 10 Vrt. Servae to. B. & ivi-i: l'Ifcti start '' Be Caught. Cooking
Buddy Ball. The incoti ,
Burch Pam Carter Angela Montgomey..1 Telegraph Bedford County ;, ,
Bianca Simpson.Rosalyn rectly reported the name as Bell. '
in the Kitchen All\ Day
"GENERATOR '
Taylor :Susie: Wilson. STARTER & co.. .
'Overall Standings. .. -
Clarinets: Carol Baker Allison: REGUUTORS-SOLENOIDS .I ,: Come and;Try .OurTHANKSaiVING '

Davis lx, Angela Angela Joiner Futch Sherry.} Michele Ma Hen-ttoxf. .. Class c. REBUILT-REPAIRED,, ,'I 4 I t,r... . .. ,.' .. : BUFFET; d ; '
.anon'ylgh.lh, :", FOREICN-DOMESTtC. ., ; ; .
: \-i:: I .r ,i ,. ,v.. .. ...i.(. I h::: .; : 'i ?! : /
ylvia PartRrltdL.ly: ; : : Watson 'n, t. <
? "' '" Chl.ll.nd .SIIP.rIoU ..... ...... .'Ak" .....
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French HornsBrenda, Bawek ..Hawthorn.'.'. ...'.....Good .96'jII\5'2 L .
tass WASHINGTON ST
Dale Cassels. Trenton.. ... ... ..'xcelUnf .. I ; ,. STARKEI. I 12 yra & under
Trombones: Paul Bawek Charles ".K. Vong. .. .. .. .Sup.rlor .
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Casner Fertlg, Jay Hayes, ,,.',
Shaun :Schmit.Percussion Class CC ,
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: Kevin Blankenshlp, Ka ....... .:' P' } a .
Superior'Cr Vn
Robyn Brown Lottie Cole, Mike ,. .
.Knt .Good xc r%i q v, :. .
I Gowens, Eric Natworth Richard ', h
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Clay High. Superior ,"
'Shuford, Gray.Spangler
O'Steen Ray .
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Mark 'Traylor,\Charmin'Wilkerson Newborry. ."Ixcollant SuperiorIntarlachon lY ri em ::1 1

Chet Norman, Carrie'Foste .. .
Wlllltton . ..lIixc.II."tI

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iIliams. ....r.trompagelAl..H.N..u.ny.u.( ).' "
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came from Republican voters,' Republican nominee for President in
however Registered Republicans In, the,last four elect 1 tjonsL. "'
Clay County are outnumbered 2 to 1
by registered Democrats but party
lines are disregarded in the General .
,:c Election, and Florida Democrats
have crossed over to vote for the rir.

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Commodities *

To Be Distributed. The Hartford

Nov:'21,' 27;' 28 loves'maturedrivers.

.Three'remainingcommodity ;Weguaraliteeit.
distributions for November will be
held at the following locations:' .;

Wednesday, Nov, 21-Speedville"
(' 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you're a driver age 1 S

i j' : : i Tuesday,. Nov. 27-Starke. .R. E 50 or older The Hart
,;\ 10:30: ,a.m to 4 p.m., For ford can guarantee that
disabled and persons over age 65V' your auto Insurance

Wednesday, Nov. 28-Starke.'RJi!:!! won't be canceled lust

.' school 9 a.m. to 130 p.m. Regular'. because you have an .. .- .
'. distribution. '* accident..What's'more., ,
'.i Insurance.won't!\

,be Cheese distributed butter and"flour clients and are milk asked will .of your be canceled because It's been .said .!thkt. American And we share y our concern for- ,r
to bring a.bag ,or box toi! put com'! your age or any \ : "
,..:; modifies in. ," claims you file;Plus' farmers have .seabed; the eighth protecting Florida's environment... :;
offer discounts '
: I :Rec News!,., we far generous mature \vpr\der< the: 'world+ jtf, that is.. so, Our reclamation, efforts have 'conVerted -, ,; '

Cage. League.'I' < < drivers driving with records.good ( Vj .; ,; i 'then, the("'Florida faontoi. ::1'ifi1 I a giant, .thousands'',...of acres; of mined';;""' ?

.. Basketball A meeting toor..1S.\ ;',, driver" I \and'Want a mature'quality .. 'I'" ,,f 4 j;.;ji'; .(,': .L : ); Ull .." ( $' '.out' land to profitable pastures 'and ...,, 1\;. :

'. Nov; 37, at 7 protection( ,special'' :'r. .r" : oBecau6e( Honda '''f and groves And water'' "\ -
+ Recreation Dept f :; and lifetime nels. our J': ;

.:' please,If interested send a representative,in i!having"a'to t *this m> 'fates auto1 insurance'coverage'aslc renewable -, .\ Ir.. ranchers'are the.No. 1'producer'of 20 ,system is so efectwe'we recycle 90%' < *', ",

A,' meeting or' notify the. Recreation ; toil ':':: < '': commodities ndallt 1 of the :
Dept.T phone\964-8798. before the alto Insurance from '';., "r' ? together water, we.iise. ,. i' .,//Jf: ,

*:."J. mmeet\ .Ree..D\nctorCheryl\ ,. .'agency"Ie.Bartford.today Call.our, ,: '' .,'; :grovyrrKW; ; tl n'240 0X013$; The phosphate 'industry is,

,Ii'iic I F", '. Just We, Softball are trying to,the to offer community.more than If I II clsion' '.Don't;automobile make a'dcV t : I,,'.;! ,, .. .And. they do,it.in spite,'of sometough proud to be ,your partner in Florida. d,)|
on ; '
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L ,have other lntereflt, >lease J Jet '. ',' ; wierriies. Insect l Disease.Heayy : .. "' ,:"
you j '" 't, i'Wesa3uteyou j- -s- .:.: .

us Basketball ow"'asupar"ctorG Clinics; .. n. .;quote..... frtsijt M!!, e I .'i,""<: ; raini' And too Jittii,falr l AH i inliW .i. r.' For 'more 'irifonnatibn/ai f ; wt ti'1:" ':::1t;. '

HODGESInsuranca 'rnart inteiile.soil of } write :" ;> .,
Basketball clinics for youths any"major : "
.
i Dent sponsored are set by the" "Starkm Recreation* : Agoncy 1'-' '\ ..... ,agncultural: _"' ,"_/Jn' in the, ._world. 1 'PhtFte..PIan"hk'P! l. :' -"ffewX, ;:; '. I "
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a- "Monday;Dec.: 3 and Wednesday, >,'9$4-4571. :" .,' ,: I" 1 tA.I'.yt. ; 'qI" 1' 11.b. lam' R j. i .I I'" 'J.I\ },,.}": .. /Mitt <,
,,bee:from' ti:3Siae: p.ra.forafWI I'fi %' ? ., : yr one, .Tz \\" tf
I X6.1:' ': \ "10iA 'N. yes(ith I ) : .:' .'toofe the: Florida : mt&i'?t a;:.' '". ( Box .. /.( ,. '. !' td.i' ..\. .
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'R plfly :I. 9j9'E.id: f'ii"// dun; W itting" Antique' t Cars to Starke Fridafc' ,


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In 1911, The Telegraph was proudly an- 'ant that it is a Wonder that every man who ,\,
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nouncing that there were"a round dozen" can afford an automobile hasn't got one.

44 automobiles owned by citizens of Starke, Family doctors who were kept busy ,
and the "buzz wagons" were getting so making house calls, were among the
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common on the streets that "even the pioneer auto owners in those days. With all ,"
horses as a rule pay no attention to the their imperfections the early cars beat the r I
motor cars". horse and buggy and the doctors were V v

But two years earlier, in 1909, locally. ,quick to take advantage of this new means ".,
owned cars could be counted on the fingersof of transportation, The Telegraph [. '1';
one hand. Little wonder then that the reported: "Dr. J.C. Wills has sold his W n ,? :
1909 PREMIER history-making "Endurance Run" from Brush runabout and brought a Ford
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with which he is well pleased. ;
Tampa to Jacksonville was a major event Torpedo
which brought crowds out here to see the This is the ideal doctor's car. It looks :
"" cars as they stopped 'briefly in Starke, stylish is provided with a top, rides easy, "1\;\
Is almost noiseless and very powerful.The .
which was an official check-point on the
route. axles are high above; ground and it will ;
iu turn in a very short radius. Dr. Wills is the
In its 1911 article on the growing number agent in Starke for this style car." :7n
of autos in Starke The Telegraph said"Inthe r
automobile is embodied most of the With the increasing number of cars in x(",
mechanical discoveries of recent years. Florida during this period it was natural
The machine is a marvel of strength, and that there should be an increased demandfor
the way it annihilates distance, obeys the good roads to drive them on Paved
1910 SIMPLEX slightest touch on the steering wheel and roads in those days were almost non-
glides along without any bumps is so pleaEDITORlAlS existent and cars had to have their axles
high off the ground in order to avoid
,stumps that were often left in the road bed Off for a House Call....

when trees were cut to open up the sand Dr. W.E..Middleton, early Bradford County physician, at the wheel of his trusty s'

....trails.,I. Ford (tl) runabout -similar to the antique models that will be teen,here Friday
1 f" The Endurance Run of 1909 was
'.. lo or and promoted by the Tampa
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:, 'Daily Times, under the auspices of'The, N, Main St., dedicating a new historical the 1909 run.Sunday .
':y" I" ',) "',Tampa Automobile Club to draw public attention marker commemorating "The Great En- Nov. .25, will find the par, h
'" : "' for more good roads In Florida. durance Run" of 1909. This will take louse ticipants In the anniversary run heading
; /The route used for the run was the so- at the exact location of the old White toward their starting point In Tampa.
.,called Tampa to Jacksonville "short Hotel where the 1909 participants held a From noon until 3 p.m. the home city will I'
route" '''which passed directly through banquet and took lodging for their first celebrate their return In a celebration at
,t I y;\I{Gainesville and Starke. night on the road. Plant Park on the campus of the University
in Starke of The festival will include live ..
The motorcade will arrive Tampa.
: This stunt has been credited for
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Nov. 23,where the Dixieland music and barbershop
""! Florida's road-building about 8:30: a.m. Friday
increasing appropriation and
} u cars will be displayed on Court Street on live bagpipe band squaredancers, a
JJ from $19,000 in 1909 to over a
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'I. million the east side, of the Old Bradford County six-story high hot air balloon. The antiquecars
: million dollars a short time later.A
and will arrive at the celebration about 1'p.m.
'p Courthouse, and drivers, passengers,
wouldn't much highway now
sa : I,dollars pave andthe spectators will be served coffee and ., led by the American Legion Colori
What better way to spend ,a few minutes on Thanksgiving Day than to but it interest was a lot created of money eventually in those resulted days in doughnuts by the Chamber of Commerce.The Guard and Regimental Firing Squad.

pause and reflect on the history of this first genuinely American holiday. 'bond issues that helped foster Florida's cars will arrive in Jacksonville Shortly after arrival the winner of,the

Although the ceremonial observance of thanks-giving was traditionalas ,5 present network of super highways. around noon and assemble at Ocean 1984 run will be announced and presentedwith
Into Florida In the Street between Adams and Forsyth, the the Tampa'Times Cup. The,winner
and French expeditions
far back as the Spanish .-Original Routes Retraced exact location of the 1909 Jacksonville City will be determined by an average travel
1500s, Thanksgiving, as we know It now, began with the Plymouth y;>>,, The 75th Anniversary duplication of the-, Hall, which was the "turnaround: point'for ing time with points deducted for the use of

Colony In 1620. original run will start with ceremonies in the motorcade's round trip 75 years spare parts and breakdowns as were partof
1620 During Tampa at 9 a.m. Thursday (ThanksgivingDay the 1909 rules I\
The Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock on December 21, '
months that followed they continued to live aboard the )when the 18 vintage automobiles(the ago.The third night on the road will be spentin The public is invited to greet the drivers
the harsh winter number that made the original run)
} same Kissimmee, which was the third over and their beautiful automobiles and sharea
Mayflower the ship that brought them to this country In their search for will line up for the starting gun. night stop on the original run. Dedication little bit of history in each town along the
religious freedom. During that first winter, 47 of their number died as victims !, :' The cars will arrive in Gainesville about ceremomes will be held for a historical round-trip route. '

of an epidemic of disease that had already killed 95,000 Indians along ,. 14:30\. p.m. for a ceremony at Sun Bank,411 .. marker describing Kissimmee's part in \

the coast between 1615 and 1617. ., "

After the Mayflower returned to England the following spring, the col. ,. ::'

onlsts began, a permanent settlement, building their homes of rough hewn Notebook BY BobbyTaylot'y fl
County Agent's
lumber and ,cultivating the fields laboriously cleared from the forests: ? County Agent

When the first crops were harvested the following autumn Gov. William ,

Bradford Issued a proclamation calling for a feast of Thanksgiving. a II

Corn pumpkjns and other products of the fields were harvested, and ,,'"A beautiful home landscape can represent Landscaping Needs buying a plant, so that youMl.be able to get
with wild turkeys deer and a major Investment with a sizeable Careful Planningway take it
hunters went,,into, the forests and returned it to' the ground as soon as you
\ accounted for by trees and shrubs. If wait /
.d j portion home. This is very important. you
other game for the feast. So,it's! Important to plan carefully,buy on- the plants packaged.Plants usually even'a few days,between purchase and
,After two more years of success In coping with the hardships of frontier ly from reputable nurseries and take care are prepared for, sale in one of four planting; a plant that:was,healthy :when
life, Governor Bradford called for a three-day Thanksgiving festival thatternatafci poar>shapftbftthe I
n and o! ,get them.horn :JM ,:'sy bare ot all softy WhiCb:1, t : .: ,J.II411 '
the are
ban 30,62,?;..., MVttftjfoiJfeftsinging. .JJt Y.I ggr JJ.J..p ; I( means foots vela dttttIIe
on July < r "aj
Most of u&dd trees and shVSbJtoour-" ,may ben a: 'pa kaged bare root" ; aBa ti* t"-aM" ,,p "'
/ 'home grounds now and then. And, as we with the bare roots wrapped in sawdust, preparation, you'll get your new plant offto '.'
The custom of rendering thanks for blessings bestowed is well founded contemplate such a project, we face a I bark, or peat moss. a much better start. The Job you do hi
It had been the practice of common question, "when is the best time preparing the planting area will have a Jot
Middle
in centuries of tradition. Since the Ages Plants be sold "balled and burlap- "
to plant?" Generally speaking,the answeris may to do with how your plant will look for
Christians In European churches to praise God for a bountiful If pad," with the root soil ballwrapped In to its sur
many during late,fall and winter months many years ,come perhaps very,
harvest and deliverance from evil forces In times of danger. It was not you're thinking about setting some new burlap.And,many plants are sold as"con. vival. ,

unusual, then, for Europeans arriving In the New World to offer thanks trees or shrubs in your landscape'now' is tamer the root grown"system\,specimens isn't disturbed, in which at all until case Obviously, the first step'' in 'planting is

for their safe passage and settlement In strange surroundings.In probably the time to do it. However this planting time. digging the hole. Be sure you dig it large
Isn't hard and fast rule because the I
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the enough. The hole should be at least six in- .
1562 French explorers led by Jean Ribault landed on the banks of plant is packaged at the nursery has a lot For the most part "bare root"andburlapped" ches deeper and wider on all sides than the

St. Johns River and knelt In thanksgiving. to do with the best time to do it. "packaged bare root", and "balled root mass of,the plant. Keep the sides going
of A of to the fall and plants will have a higher survival straight down, rather than sloped.
had proclaimed a day couple exceptions
in Newfoundland late fall
in the
settlers rate if they're planted
In 1578 English
winter planting rule are evergreens and Loosen the soil in the bottom. to allow .for
thanksgiving and a similar observance was held in 1607 in the Popham palms. It's best to plant evergreens in, or winter. "Container grown't plants can ,root development.

Colony on the coast of Maine. OnDecember4, 1619, a band of English Virginia.settlers August or early September while palms',' be you'll added usually to the pay landscape a lot more anytime.for plants But soldill The next. step will be to add some'soil
River ,in
arrived, at the Berkley Plantation on the James should be planted during the summer containers. amendments to the soil you've removed

Their charter, states that each year on the date of their first arrival, they i," rainy season. 'I' 'Your: should be from the hole,or soil that will be used to fill
next consideration
mentioned earlier, planting in around the roots when set
I you your
would observe a day of thanksgiving. Jtowever _as should
You
preparing theylanting? site. get"the There several other, in ',
: plants. are, steps :
During,the American \Revolution, eight days,,of special thanksgiving. I :, times' also can vary according to the '' selected site ready well in advance of planting that 1 will discuss in later articles. X rf;
following victories In battle bringing an'end to a period, .
were proclaimed W \ J
of extreme danger.to the American cause) ',: :: <) : SF Arts Festiva J

So there was plenty of precedent for such'an observance,when President Plans for Swamp .

In 1789. proclaimed Thursday, Nov. 26 a day,of, &Jp *'*.'_ *
George Washington, I Actor Storyteller Will
,national thanksgiving, placing emphasis on its ''religious, character.and EeanToward f.: BringVariety : .
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1830 New York became the first state?In the North to proclaim.* Creating 'Preserve -' Program to End Series .

Thanksgiving as a state holiday The'first Florida governor',to proclaim $ ; ,

the observance was ,Thomas Brown in 185,0. when he declared Thursday. y execuUve"director of the Although' disappointed by the tpr ,
'* Don Morgan IFtr
cancellation of the scheduled concert -,
and
Nov. 28 as "a, day of public thanksgiving, praise. Suwannee River 'Water Management by distinguished pianist Martha,

By the end of'the 19th Century Thanksgiving,Day was an institution District; new owners :of the ,Santa' Fe, /, Anne Verbit due to the death of her % .
work
President Lincoln,. at the urging of Sarah J. Swamp"says'his organization'will ) mother the growing number of fans r
throughout New ,England. closely with the State Division of Forestry, of the Santa Fe Community College
Ladies Magazine", proclaimed Thursday, and Fresh Water
Hale editor and founder of and the Florida,Game Fall Festival of the Performing Arts
Nov. 26,. 1863 as a day 01 national thanksgiving.; \ : Fish Commission in the next few months to, still have one more performancebefore :
three-quarters''of, American presidents pro develop asnd carry out a plan' for manag the curtain comes down on
century,
For the next feracU
ing the 5,300-acre the 1984 season. David Marshall
Day.; In 1939;,
claimed the last Thursday in November,Thanksgiving -- willpresent
Thursday the 'At present, Morgan favors a management noted performer and lecturer,
President Franklin D. Roosevelt designated the fourth plan used by the fish and game com a spellbinding evening of,
month for this annual observance in,response to the general belief that mission that would basically designate the story telling, theatrical history and.
Christmas and help boost leaving it in dramatic'' readings on Thursday
would the shopping period before swamp as a preserve mainly
this lengthen fixed the date for Thanksgivingon iU status quo. He said the Suwannee Nov. 29. This final event of the Fall
the economy. Two years later Congress District is studying the possibility of open Festival's seventh season will beginat
the fourth Thursday In November and made It officially a legal federal ing a portion,of the swamp for hunting 8 p.m. in 'the,Starke. Woman's, T
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holiday. although the area is so dense,that any Club.

hundred and thirty-/our years ago Governor Brown, ,of Florida, ,large game such as deer is"found,only in A veteran writer, actor director
,One Thanksgiving'Day when he called on the'good ,the perimeter areas.dLarry and., musician with more than 40 I, I. .
summed up the spirit of regional of the of hi all of
and assemble at Martin manager years experience phases '
people of this state"to suspend their: "usual avocations'! and fish commission, said his agen .howbuslness.; Marshall uses his: : f : '\\Ji, !.

their respective places of ,worship! humbly'acknowledging the entreat Infinite ". ,cy game ja also considering"opening.. part of the. unique background to, present a. 'fi"S" .. : '
and to '
goodness that has crowned with blessings the closingyear', swamp for hunting., memorable one man show. '!: \ &fl' :, "
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: God would ,be pleased*, California descendant fit .\.., C.fI,. '
a continuance of 'same."that Almighty ",tther" idea I is reseed outer fringes ofthe. Born in d of .
overlook our national and individual. sins and continue to us the rich. temporal which are dry during much of the Cherokee Nation, and _Quaker Davidiyarall. ( 4'and
'' "''t, : : swamp* missionaries who settled the ,
< west,
and spiritual ,blessings we now, enJoy:.. : the year..Morgan said a small amount had ofcaefletwoods David Marshall has absorbed the 'Ytagestara'1Judttti n. pvml.'
surrounding the swamp 'Gertrude Lawren *.f Jack, *.. .
J flavor of early America,reflected in
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been cut earlier this year manage- '' Danny Thomas aiidBoris AuMK*,,: '
.... nMWt ptaiv to be worked out will likely \in.'valve ., his writings and lifestyle. As young .
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y. z '" \ he worked in As ..us'aci '
reseeding' the acreage. man as a cowpuncher r;Marshall had rota*te>1
Texas; a musician on a Mississippi -'Inherit' the/Wind;'' "My Fa"!!
Crackdowns on DWIs 1i:addition: td: ;; certain! areas of Show Bat a performer Id a circus 4Lady,* "Cabarer and ,a doeMk\.\
Holiday also and i'In
the swamp could used for other played in a symphony orchestra \ ;Shakespearean plays \
recreational purposes, Morgan .said, had cowboy roles, in .Hollywood, 1
the IS15O'S forced
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The Florida Highway Patrol gearing up for,a killed in accidents in Florida during the bolida'yilast strewing! & that, these would include use of Westerns. V. Will Goer, (Grandpa**Joined: Walton) .*to. i
42-day"enforcement blitz to get drunken drivers year,'and many of the fatal accidents were only a fraction of the swamp,leaving most In 1987 he entered radio as a scriptwriter ;daian,and,'direct, m : ,
off the road and reduce the number of traffic victims ,alcohol related. of the acreage,as a preserve. actor and news ',comment. 'outor theatre near "' ;
during the holiday season.The Intensified ef- The crackdown on drunken drivers will also i.1he i adoption of a Bradford County cona I" tator During World War II he wrote Later j be toured 60' $ :'f'' I /
fort started,Wednesday and wUl continue until carry the message of safe driving through "ordinance aimed at protecting and directed .40. .radio dram* and Special. ; of I
midnight Jan 1,1905. billboards along Florida highways as a warning to t i from mining and other develop- :,* 'dmnMMNtarieB. aqr the Amy! SpecialifervMB. !Americana EV.DI.r. ilo t"
One hundred and twenty-eight persons were those tempted to break the law" The,.. message, is;. *'delayed until December'after' '- A tiga <' toaft, Army cites. poetorV ffti:_ and : I
e: M1 .toM ,commissioner j at''''their ,fntertainiwent, Unit headed by of,Ute fl"UP' : '
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id RT teem several adjotatag property I /" Bv: TW (K.ed. Him,in Samlet I", The '. "" 1 "',
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Tuesday, Nov. 27 pcialid iiJt ;

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The Woman's Club of Starke will
sponsor' a "Holiday Bridge Lun ,* '.
cheon" to be held qn Tuesday, Nov. 0 News, Gladys Mooty '
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,Bridge, canasta, and other such Social Editor Receptions
card Barnes may be played, beginn ,F e Church Items 964-7608 Parties I I
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served at noon. Cards will be resume -
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Tickets are $4 each; reservations Terrie I' I.
fin may, phone be made 964-7806.with Mrs. John Grif Cogdill'and Grady Brannon! "

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Lloyd Linda Steve'Lano Fay. Garland, Wed. 1. Nov 1'0 at Grace, Baptist Church I

Terrie, Dell Cogdill, daughter of with Victorian necklne, fitted mints Kim Cogdill and Michelle .
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November. 10 Mr. and Mrs. C.W.Cogdill of Starke, sleeves and bodice decor\ted with Hall, nieces of the bride, cut the
LitA1i and Grady Michael Brannon of Fort seed pearls with the train -rf layersof cake. '
Linda Faye Garland became the .A I1FW Ord, Monterey Cal., son of Mr.'and ruffled chantilly lace a.>d hoop Debbie Sapp presided at the' .
bride of Lloyd Steve Lane Saturday, Mrs. Grady Brannon of DeKunlak skirt. Her chantilly lace herdpiece crystal punch bowl which wu en- ",
Nov. 10, at the home of bride a Springs, were united In marriage secured her fingertip veil. She carried circled with fern and silk flowers. .
. aunt and uncle, Vera and Tommy \ Saturday, Nov. 10, at 2 p.m. with a silk arrangement of white Assisting were Mrs. Gene Cogdill. '
" .Clayton of Jacksonville. Rev Don Scheetz performing the lilies,lilv-of-the-vaUey,ivy....J..tin Mrs David Lawson,Mrs.Jerry Hall ,'
Krystal Garland served as her \Ttdt1 nuptials. streamers.A and Janet Saunders, sister of the,
mother's flower glr.tJ.!: Garland jfl Highlighting the altar was a rec-;;:'':.i was held in the church groom Jennifer Saunders, niece of .
I was his mother's ringbearer, and lighted arch against a background of Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Don the groom, served the 'groom's
the bride was given in marriage by I ,, ficus trees ana ferns. Scheetz was wedding director. Mrs. chocolate' cake which was topped .
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her 'oldest son, Chad. Denise lip ,!}.., Nuptial music was provided by Danny Hildebran,niece of the bride, with a Army Jeep. I
Woodard, cousin of the bride, was !) : Tricia Lawson. pianist, Lisa. kept the bride's book. Following a wedding trip to West'
maid of honor and Terry Lee Lane of :/" La wsori', soloist, nieces of the bride,, The hall was decorated with hur- Florida, the couple traveled to Fort
Houston,. Texas, brother of the l'' Bobby Epps, :.vocalist and Daryl ricane lamps and magnolia leaves Ord, Monterey, Calif., where he Is
groom, served as best man. ) Nazworth, guitarist.Mr. with ferns in the windows. stationed with the Army. .
The double ring ceremony was Brannon attended bis.son as The bride's table was covered with The bride graduated from Brad
performed by the Rev. Leroy best man. Ushers were Danny a Army/Navy cloth and centered ford High School,attended Santa Fe
Dalrymple, pastor of Cinnamon "- '" Hildebran and Lee Cogdill, brotherof with a three-tiered wedding cake Community College in Gainesvilleand
Street Baptist, Clay Hill. the bride. topped with a miniature'bride and Baptist Bible Institute in
A reception was held following the Miss Susan Byers served as maid groom. This was flanked by crystal Graceville. The'groom graduatedfrom
ceremony.The wedding cake,a four If II of' honot. She wore. a rust, floor ,candle. holders with' tapers and DeFuntak Springs High School
miniature cake topped with a 'length knit.gown with cape collar crystal compotes held nuts and .and Baptist Bible Institute .
bride and groom, was and carried a arm bouquet silk
made by Ms. Inez Teston, a friend of mums, baby's breath, ivy and pussy
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I" 'Mr. and Mrs. Lane will reside at' .Mr;;and Mr1 Grady Brannon plow by*.f McUndMlf Misses Lydia Starllng"and Ginger
'I their home in Lawtey.. : ,., I ,Jones were attendants and wore

i I f. .: ;'\ ,:y.'. ,' gowns similar to the honor attendant :, Bradford Florists
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After 35 Years at Florida. National; ,Bank Shower'Kim Solzo HonoreeKim OPEN .HOUSE II \,..,

t I _.:.. ...J..L Solze whose to Bill \
il : : marriage ",'. ,;: '"& "1 T.. .r Saturday, (
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Mrs; Charles C. ,Johns was ", 'I T- Rhoden will be an event of Dec 29, ". .
... :' .. .was honored at a bridal shower \
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: honored at a all-day surprise party, : .,. ,, ,Nov.13, Mrs.Verl :10% Discount PurchaseFree "
Tuesday, Nov. 13, commemorating : w.. 'Tuesday night by on Any :,: t
employment with Florida Best, Mrs. Bud Rosier, Mrs. Earl j,' ,
, I National 'Wayne Murray, Mrs. Ricky Solze '
Bank. Rose Certificate .';
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Mrs. Johns started with the bankin

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Corsages were presented
when the bank was situated at '
I honoree and her Mrs. COME SEESANTA
grandmother,
the i cornet of .Call and Walnut ,
S.M. Miller,
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The refreshment table was REFRESHMENTS
A dinner at noon was given in one
covered with outwork. cloth and
of the upstairs rooms which was, Bradford
centered with an arrangement ofbaby's 1 FloristUS
highlighted with floral arrangements -
breath in a wicker basket.
from merchants and The hostesses presented the 301 South 864-7954 Starke
friends. The dinner was for the 30
honoree-with a electric frying pan (Next to Motley Tire)
staff members directors and wives
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and guests ,past president S.L.
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'Glasgow Miss Della Rosenberg;
Mrs. ';1onns"- husband, Charles C.
Johns,and daughter, Krlsti. STUFFEDDINNER
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centered with an arrangement of .' .
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Mrs.Johnswho is now senior vice-
president of the bank, was the recipient .."f ',r
of many gifts as a memento of
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B-li Retlred'Teacher.' ">

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The Bradford-Union 'Retired ,
Teachers Association met Thursday : 6 "
.morning, Nov. IS, in the Bradford
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'"County president School Muriel Board Norman office presiding.with 35 Years and the clock is still running,.. "::You Have To Try it to Believe it! :

Aq impressive memorial service Pictured are J.E.:Tomllnson.president of Florida National Bank of Starke \ "
was presented honoring the following honored Nov, 13 with an all day
and Mr. Charles C..(Ruth) Johns who was \
Sarah, deceased retired teachers$ surprise party after 35 years .with the bank.i, ,!Delicious! .crab'meat and stuffinginside Sout em-st 4e
Jenkins, MayBelle Roberts.
Eva Anderson,, Annie 'Laura a natural shell. hush puppiesFresh .

Morgan; Harmon Morgan, and 'I r, v .- i.w .
Evalyn Ritch. A.candle was lightedfor .oc.
each person''whose name was Parties Honor Recent BrideTerrie '
called..Mrs. Norman' gave an'appropriate ,,' f" P 1' ; t'a: :

'reading and prayer. : Dell Cogdill, whose 'mar A lingerie shower;was given for
A Recorded organ music by ,Mona riage to Grady; Brannon was solemnized Mrs. Brannon on Nov. 3 by Lisa
Canova was played during the sen ; Nov. 10, was honored at Lawson, Michelle Hall, Kim Cogdill
vices: Others participating in the several parties recently. and Mrs. Bobby Sapp at the home. of.
\ program were Ruth Jenkins, Leona the,latter.
,1 '. Royal, Kathryne Epperson, Bethna Mrs. Brannon was given a bridal '
', Estes,'' Lucile 'Johns and' Doris shower. Oct. 26 by the ladies 'of The .refreshment table was *
, Richarde. Southwest Baptist' Church .in covered with a white lace cloth and ( ( :
', yearbookswere business meeting DeFunlak Springs.. centered by a crystal punch bowl en- (4\ -
passed out and com circled with fern Fem and doves / :
mittee reports were given. 'A.. Cerv Games were played'and' prizes 'were at points of. interest. ,, in the livtngroom. :
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tlflcate' of Achievement for com* awarded. Refreshments. punch' < .
munity services was presented. and ,cake were served to the 33 .
Prior to the'regular:.meeting, the guests which included Mrs. Grady' Games Were flayed and ,prizes but A k
-. ,".'. executive board met: .Brannon, mother? of the groom. awarded.: <
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>/:' enjoyed lunch at the First Methodist A .bridal shower was given for The, hostesses presented -t re. ,', .Naturalcut
Church. 'They spent. some, time Mrs.Brannon on Nov.1 by the ladiesof honoree with a tloor-lengtlr black '
browsing in the many areas at the ,Grace Baptist Church in the negligee and matching, satin slip- tole slaw french fries
,' Hall. Hostesses were .
V -( Bazaar. Fellowship pen. '
The next meeting'will be at'10:30: Mrs. Jerry Blalock,Mrs. John Shef Mra;.,CW.Cogdlll, ; 20. in the School Board field, Mrs. Randy Crews. and Mrs. bride,was. among the ton guests prlent. '
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. /Mike\ :. Cooney Speaker at Woman's: ,Luncheon-Meeting Wednesday, Nov. 14 ". :\ : >:: il' I I'I


Mike Cooney' executive director be undertaken.The tification! rapidly moving ahead, directory, and advertising through A.K. Carlisle, who reminded 9 a.m. to'l p.m. AU club Junlorette members,' '

of the Bradford County Chamber of proposed Santa Fe Community with a target date of February 1, monthly local radio spots are all on members that dues must be paid are urged to support the' ,"
Commerce was speaker at the College restoration of the old 1985, for:the Department of Com- the agenda(of the Bradford Chamberof prior to Nov. 30. in this effort. thePresident'
Woman's Club of Starke luncheon- Courthouse will be a major portionof merce to assess Starke's bid to Commerce, which hopes and Mrs. 1I.M. Connelly discussed the Mrs. Green announced that will be
meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at the Downtown Development pro become registered as a "Blue Chip plans 'to expand their basic programs upcoming arts and crafts meeting, Council meeting Club ;
the clubhouse.: gram. Deeming this a "chance of a Community". in the furthering of slated for January, where items held at the Arlington Woman's gE ,
A traditional Thanksgiving turkey lifetime", Mr. Cooney stressed the The annual "Tampa tl) Jackson- Starke/Bradford County. As Mr. made by members will be displayed on Nov. 27, for which a full complement 1''
dinner, with all the trimmings,were varied potentials, economic ville Run ,marking the Cooney is obviously enthusiastic prior to the ,district Judging. Mrs. of delegates is needed this-
served. Carrying out the seasonal possibilities and the desirability of first trek of 18 cars in 1909, will be about his subject, he 18 readily ableto F.J. Shaw gave the estimate reedy Members who wish to attend, '
theme the tables were centered with affording a higher education to local held Nov 23, when the travelers, all convey this enthusiasm to his ed for Installation of a sprinkler meeting are requested to contact
pinecone turkeys accented with colorful students. in cars dating from the'20s,will stop listeners and the Woman's Club of system for the clubhouse grounds. A Saundra Green, 964-7682. 'a:
leaves. An overflowing cornucopia The highway beautification coma in Starke for coffee and doughnuts at Starke was most appreciative of his! committee,consisting of Mrs. Shaw, Mrs Merlin announced that plans'have
centered the head table, mittee will with the help of local the parking lot of the old courthouse. comments.The Mrs, F.L. Merlie, and Mrs. Young been cancelled for presentationof ?
Mrs. L.T. Young created the decor businesses, landscape the median Newsletters, popular and well- business meeting was calledto was empowered to seek means of a play during the winter.E,
tions. 'strips leading to Starke, for which attended "mixers' and the gather- order by Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., financing, this project. The next social will be the bridge
Mrs. Patricia Slack, chairman of they have already received DOT approval ing of information from questionnaires president. The devotions were given Notification was received from the luncheon to be held Nov. 27, for a
the Public Affairs Committee, in- for the north end of town seeking to: learn how the' by Mrs. W.H. Haas who spoke on Juniorettes Club that UK v will hold a which members are requested 'to y
troduced Michael Cooney who spokeon strips.The. Chamber may better verve the com- the Thanksgiving theme. The bake and rummage s.le at the make reservations with Mrs. John
the Chamber's activities Blue Chip Community Cer munity, developing a membership treasurer's report was given by Mrs. clubhouse,on Saturday,D>H:.8,from Griffin, 964-7806.. "'.'
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throughout 1984. Citing highlights, .', wr
such as Jerry Clower's appearanceat '
the Bradford High School, which 6 18't :

was taped for presentation on "PM WEDNESDAY 28 1984. QUANTITY RIGHTK;. RESERVED. :: $
Magazine"[ and the basis for Mr. PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, NOV. 23 THRU NOVEMBER ;

Clower's 14th album, entitled, I .
"Starke Ravin"'. The album is now /s,,;)
available, and the vlJeo has been TENDER 'TASTY J. ,tl'; 'I
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syndicated to 64 stations, at present J'Vt
count all of which are aiding greatlyin U.S. NO. 1 HICKORY SMOKEDLBBAG {
publicizing Starke and what it has 0 1 s' i
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to offer. '.. '
The 1984 Bradford County Fair, ;(
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held in April, broke all existing at- 1 n.1.1' a
tendance records. An unbelievable ( ,:tJ, J
number, 86,000, advance tickets f \ : ;
were soldi In August, Starke,was J,:., r,
featured in the "Guide to North POTATOES: PER POUND '. \
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Florida Living", An over-run of the
Starke profile Is being used as a > .'\
send-out to advertise our community \\I'
and it is anticipated that Starke J', "
will be featured in forthcomingissues

too. Citing the most 10. I f
nent committees,Mr.Cooney briefly
recounted the progress of' the

Downtown Development project. An '
engineering firm will shortly survey '"""
the situation, and report back to the 1> "
,committee regarding future steps to i GROCERY) ::1

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Michael Todd .., ,
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COMPLETEPANCAKE SPARE RIBS
their daughter, Anne Marie, to \
Michael L. Todd, son of Mr. and MIX 99LESUEUR
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Mrs. Lawrence Todd, all of Starke. ,.. REO.BUTTERMILK FLAVOR '
.The wedding will take place Dec. 8 3 69 $139
at 1 p.m. in the First United MEDIUM
Methodist Church of Starke. LD BAG 1 .oz CAN SIZE FORBARBOUE 00' PEA 1.9 rII
Miss Loper is a 1984 graduate of '
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employed by the First United PEAS ,
Methodist Church.Mr.Todd is a 1982 ,1 .
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graduate of Bradford High School ON-COR ;

and is employed by DuPont. CELLO 2 5 9 C: OCEAN SPRAY, 4&OZ179 COOKED BREADED *; "
'All friends and relatives of the CARROTS LB eAo CRANBERRY JUICE .$- MEAT PATTIES 99 I' '
couple are invited to attend. COCKTAIL' 'FAMILY. SIZE PKa. L l3 '
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Plans! Special ProgramThe PEPSI COLA, DIET NA BOTTLES TASTY-DELICIOUS; 'i'
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Georgia will be at Hope Baptist I DWG! 0 Church December 1, at 7 p.m. P P : JI
This is a wonderful group who is ,- :(
sure to bless your heart. So, come FRANKS ;. lr
sing and fellowship with the congregation r
of Hope Baptist Church, S SODAS' ; "

located on Highway 100, 5 miles TWO LITER POUND' ,,':
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Did You Know...........t HAMBURGEROR 'KNEIPS OVEN ROAST \
',.. HOT DOG 3/49 ; CORNED BEEF ,$169 ,. Mrs. L.A. Canova spent last Tues- BUNSCOLGATE BRISKET t tPANTRV /
day to Friday,with her sister; Mrs, 'f,
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James Otto,in Seminole and they at CROCKER out. ,. : :;
tended the Florida Baptist Conven- '
tion in St. Petersburg on Wednes- '' STUFFING '69<=,' PURE FLORIDA PRIDE' HALF'GAL.CTrf.Dixie it.,
day. Also attending the conventionwere CHCKEN CORNBREACk\
PUMP $129
OR HERB ORANGEJUICE .
Rev. Ben Bryant and William .9C2 REQ $1$9' !;

Floyd from Monday to Wednesday. TOOTHPASTE 4. GEL .: .

'Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller 130ZCAN, ;.

visited Jacksonville Mr. and on Mrs.Sunday.Mr. Ogden. Bates in HORMEL SPICED HALFPOUND, ,(:KALKANCATFOOD: .,... '$1 Crystal 0 : '::1i;i


and Mrs. Drew Reddish will,, LUNCHEONMEAT :, AU.VARIETIES, ; Sugar' Y:,I

have as Thanksgiving guests Mr# 99 ',.

St.and Mrs.Augustine Stan Reddish,and Mr.and and family Mrs.of -- e 1 ; 'ERJCH'S 4X 10X LIGHT BROWN,OR,DARK, BROWN | ..,i n1N ', ,

Doug Reddish Tallahassee. The THE DEUBAKERY SCORES$ ONLY, ":;
Doug Reddishs will Also visit' her ,- s ;\t
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keystone Heights. lSERROUS,6/89, ..
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sacpla are weekend guests of his, r : LITER'G
mother Mrs. P.D. Reddish and s TAYLOR, 1.3 .. "'

family. :; SNAPSHOT .. :' :CALIFORNIA *399XiRa .}r rn

) CELLARS BURGUNDY '. '
.-Mrs. ,".Joe (Aunt bee) Wilsori ', CHAOUS,RHIME OR o'sei ; "
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celebrated her93th' birthday on FORri SPECIAL' .. "
Tuesday when her niece,Mrs Olive J(# 7&1 I B $utlfur S.lln'iS "'b, ." ;j \ SMiYHS 2&OZ FROZEN: !
:: niece Mr Buddy ,., ASHmft .
Ryder; great *- I I' ,Fln'.hcol..r'Int 30 OFF "l1.M SAVt 50' :: '
Paterson, and ?great niece,. ELY ">rlh a.ullde" : PUMPKINpie Ii
great 1! .
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Miss lunch.Mocha ,Paterson, : took..:.her., to., ,ffl.!;.' 1\'\B 4" w you will!a lw." ..<>.,,ambet. 'I I II COCA' COLA, ,1 ?. .- ; !J.

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I Community'News : ; f < .Lance" : Cpr Dean Slocumb '. \
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son, pastor of Royal Tabernacle of '
Elizabeth
by Walker '
____ phone 964-6683 Jacksonville and Elizabeth Baptist Marine Lance Cpl. Dean M. .''*
Church of Lake Butler and Rev. Slocumb, sonof Annette Bearenn-; '
Church news... Klmm Turner will be present. Sun- tine of Keystone Heights has been '
tAra GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL day, 11 a.m., Rev. Jack Smith will awarded a Meritorious, Mast while,.
i nt speak. serving with 2nd Force Service Sup
A.M.E.conference CHURCH of the: The new first conference quarterly New Bethel No. 1 Choir Slng..Sun- port Group, Camp Lejeune, N.C. ,' v
Rev. Harris with both A 1980 graduate of Keystone
will be held Sunday Nov. 25 at congreg9attomnA '
year will conduct services. Junior/Senior High School, hejoined> ''I
11 a.m. All boards asked to have
written are The public is invited to attend. the Marine Corps March 1981.
reports. A Meritorious Mast Is an official
NEW PETIIEL BAPTIST recognition from a Marine's commanding
CHURCH The pastor and church officer for superior Individual -
anniversary will be observed begin- performance It is issued in
ning Wednesday, at 7 p.m., at the a pf the form of a bulletin published
church. Speaker will be Rev. throughout the command, and a,;"
Henderson
Hudson from Lawtey. copy is entered in the Marine's perjmanent
Friday night,.Rev.Jeremiah,Robin service records .:,V
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Kevin Neel left Wednesday for
Fort Knox Ky. for four years In the
Army.

Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards ChnlnS pLzi
celebrated her 90th birthday Tues- pR
day at Whispering Pines Nursing AC
Home with a birthday party given in
the morning. Helping to celebratethe A Great .

occasion were her family: Mr. Gift Idea.
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+'-n..ellggelsri and Mrs. David Moore, .Mrs. Paul ".
Moore and Mrs. Rex Mixon of Great Price Too! :
Jacksonville, Mrs. Mary Moore of f
Lawtey and Mrs Drew Reddish of Reg., p199" ".
Starke and Bill Edwards of Kingsley. : "
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'(. 0" his father J.D. Yeager. : -

:Mr. and Mrs.. Marion Harrington _
and. daughters of Ormond Beach "
were weekend guests of Mr. and

Mrs. J.D< Seymour.Mrs. !
Southsiders T' ,
Make Yummy Ruth Coffman of Centralla, .
Model No. 2000 "
Ill. is a ten day guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Pumpkin Pie L.C. Early. 14" Bar & Chain '

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class at Southslde Elementary Thanksgiving guests, her family 2.0 cu. 'in.engine i
Mr. andMrs. John Williams of Port
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make Orange Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams Sold State Ignition Assembled
a pumpkin pie.
(Above, clockwise around table) 1 of Savannah Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Automatic Chain Ollnp'b' Serviced,
Adam Ennis, Clint Graudons, / Williams of Jacksonville and Mrs. Light .-7)'sIbs. J': I--------------'
Leslie Woods Rachel Coleman. Anne Godwin Gainesville and ULLIsled' I| Poulan'' Bar Lube '
Tommy Bednarz and Eric Hudson their families. .r .,, r '
watch as Mrs. Graudons tells them Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews of |i 'Gallon' 4gpcs
how to measure the brown sugar., ,. Jacksonville were last Friday C! I Reg. 5.99
(Right) Clint Graudons stirs the 's t visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Jt-__..::...._________
pumpkin mixture. Each kindergartner Dansby. .
took turns measuring Ingre- '
dients and stirring the pumpkin. 'r Among those attending the' Get t an Extra, Chain at '1/2 price
The children learned how to 4
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purchase the Reg. "
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a recipe measure Ingre
+ Lexington,Ky.were: Ai and Marge
dients. They also learned how good l Carlisle Douglas and Hazel Hardy ,$ 50
a pie smells in the oven! ,
Cecelia Terwillegar Marty ONLY.. I;
Adrienne, and Drew Barry, Jay '
M vn Godwin Lillian Stump, Margie .. "
'J Thomson, Gladys Goldwire, Joyce I LIMITED SUPPLY SUBJECT TO SELL-OUT l
Riherd, Ray Griffis, Gene and Edith
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Powell, Ovid and Gerrl Bennett. LORIDA
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and all elementary schools Monday Nov. Zs Sausage, macaroni cheese, milkshakes.TaesdayFrench. :
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Six i i but Tornadoes 8 2A Title is Sweet '

I years:: long wait pistrict ,; I



+ Six years. good. District 8, Class '2A teams Jenkins The has' was forced onto

J That's how long it's been since were better. Both Keystone and Clay who come through improving -

Bradford High has won a district were vastly improved football game. !by game

football title. teams.In Coach Sexton> is one of the best at

In 1978 the Tornadoes were 7.3 on preseason} Coach Hurse would working in new players at finding

the season won the district and beat admit only to having slightly more talent where nobody else can see It.

Lake Brantley in a post season game talent that in recent years..The 1984 As the season progressed, Sexton ,
to finish 83. : team lacked an experienced offen- has done exactly that first to relieve,

In fact you have to go back to the sive line. There was no proven running the players going both ways then

mid-70's to find season records, back healthy. There were big developing players in his own way.

match this season's 7-3 mark. boys' but they were slow; Having two quality quarterbackshas
Bus won the district title four BUS coaches as always built the meant the difference in

years straight in the mld-70's. They team around the talent available. and losing several games. Fran
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were 10-2 in 1974 7-4 in 1975 9-3 in Nobody was fast enough to play Long won the signal calling Job for ,

1978, 6-4 In 1977 and &-3 in 1978. middle guard in the tried and proven the season opener. But'John David 1 f 13

Since it's been down hiD.BUS was BUS 5-4 defense; Coach Mike Sexton Francis came along and took over

5-5 in 1979 3-7 in 1800 and (o-io In switched to a 4-4, anchored in the when Long was injured. And when

1981. middle by two big men, Jamie Francis was injured for the Jasper
Since that 1978 team it's been an Whitehead and Donald Thornton. game Long came in with a good, \
uphill battle. Those two have been stalwarts. solid ,
performance
Last year,in 1983;BUS was 5-5 and They've even lost some weight and IQ early games the Tornado running -
3-2 in its first year of Class 2A increased their mobility. Plus Chris was non-exlstqnt. Coaches
game
district play, losing to Keystone Dougherty have developed at defensive struggled with the problem, and
and Interlachen. tackle/ to add speed and get into
High finally made several changes. Since ------- -- -- -
It is always the goal of Coach an opponent's backneld. Plus,Aaron the offensive line came along to the
David Hume to win the district. Mathews at defensive end developed it played its Big Gainer...

Much emphasis is placed on that during the season. Mathews isn't point keystone in the district playoff.inet BUS running back Frank Long (number three) finds Long provided most of the yardage as the Tornadoes '

every year. It's may be more important playing there to rest anybody; he All this to folks, it isn't a crease in the Keystone defense and breaks for a big dominated the playoff period and earned the right to ', '' I
goes say
to Rune than an over-all winning won the position. the same team BHS coaches started gain on a crucial third and long situation Monday. nightin meet the Santa Fe Raiders this Friday night In Starke. .
the third string '
record. Clinton Jenkins was "
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Ii Tornadoes Will Be Underdog Against Santa Fe,, Playoffs ','dII; I



and Fullbacks Reggie Edwards 6-2: Santa Fe, big. strong and fast, Is ; ;;.

Bradford High footballers face week.much line Baker High or Jasper last quarterback.back, John And David'I'rancl, you might;see at Diggs Frank,Long John in David the secondary.Francis 205-12 and Daryl Burt. 5-10,180-12.( favored to win,!I IHS Is a definite under- ?:t

Class 2A test yet when and 7i
Edwards is
their toughest alternate. bigger dog.Santa
District 7 champions, the Santa Fe Santa Fe is very aggressive Long switch to quarterback at Speed to Burn.,. stronger Burt smaller but faster. Fe has won the last two com 1n)

Raiders come to town this Friday ,blitzes often, and have good size times. Both, hard-nosed football players tests. 14-11 In 1982 and 19-0 In flu..BHS ymust
back Clinton Jenkins..is Fe's main is speedster '
Running Santa man
Coach David Hurse. 21-20 "
back to 19SO for 0 win. i
state playofftest.
for linebackers go
says inside
Nov. 23 a the on
night also to be asset in back Steve Ross 8-1. 180-12. are
definitely will be a challenge, expected a big a running defense. which came at IHS on a last minute field ','
says Coach Hurse, agreeing BHS is full game. who can fly. Ross number 24, is 4.5 goal,Santa F.had a chance to win with '

Balanced, big, strong, and fast is the underdog.It The same starting line-up is expected or 4.6 in the 40 dash. a later field goal.Coach David Hun.

the best way to describe the 7-2 on defense. Coach Mike Sexton Halfback J. hippy, number I, &-9 had saved all his time outs, and called ",
Raiders beaten this season only by isn't the best club Santa Fe has says he's been' playing his,best 160-12 is small but very quick andhas Game Facts... four or five times outs to let the Raider ;

Eastside 34-28, and Perry, 21-7 in had, Hurse says but .one of the better team. '" breakaway speed. Rippy is a kicker think about It.When he finally got .
the first game of the season. Santa ones. Defensively Coach Sexton; has tough and good football players the to kick the ball w.nt straight up In the ",(.1'p1''rj

Fe is a balanced team can run been using tackles Jamie monster man of defense. Game times B p.m. air ,,!

pass, has a good passing attack a Whitehead Donald Thornton..and Quarterback Floyd Nichols 1

good kicking game, and can play BUS Plans... Chris Doughterty, ends Ron Brown number 8, 5-9 160-12 is quick: executes Game sites Starite. Season Records! Bradford. 7.,, Santa :
defense. "We'll go with what got us here" and Aaron Matthews? linebackers well.The Tornadoes must get IHS will host Alochua.Hlgh.Spring.Santa Fe 73. .
Mike and Nichols to prevent Pe In the regional round of the
Early Craig Falstreaux on QB
Santa Fe lines in a says Coach Hurse. pressure Series History 21147. BHS's: favor. ,'1
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4-4-3 and comes at an opponent Frank Long will start at running rover back Billy Jackson with Tony getting: burned on 8I11es. state football playoffs.Gabriel "I





I Distracted BHS'Pulls Out Victory Over Jasper on the Road; : I



tried to leap Aver BUS deteriorated and two players were .,",'
head of John David Francis Goal Line Stand... ';'fI! "'"
punter
until
and led
first touchdown 6-0 ;
Tornado gridders won a hard, defenders for the TD, but was ejected, including BHS guard Tom't.
fought 19-6 victory over a tough Trojan midway the second period. who got off a short 30-yarder under a Jasper took the opening kick-off abruptly stopped in midair: he was my Parker who found himself flat on

eleven in Jasper last Friday By then, Tornado gridders had hard rush by two Jasper players. A and drove the football over and in the grasp of big Tornado tackle ,his back under a pile of Jasper v
touched }
night, Nov. 16. found out they were in a ballgame Jasper player the low punt, through a struggling Tornado Donnie Thornton. players. Coach Hurse walked off the "

The win earned Bradford High a that Jasper had some big strong and Diggs then recovered, enabling defense for almost 67 yards but fail On fourth down. from the one-foot field after the game ended with his .>i!(

7-3 season record for 1984 which athletes and that the Trojans were BHS to retain possesion and."keep ed to get into the endzone. line quarterback Bruce Ford triedto arm around Parker;

sounds much better than 6-4. Other refusing to lay down and roll over for that drive alive The goal line stand was almost a sneak up the middle but was stop-
them. BHS scores came on passes of 10 replica of the one in Lake Weir. ;I 1-
than that, the Jasper game was an ped for no gain by BHS linebackers ; .
Diggs Intended ,
wideout
to be BHS could never put the game yards to Tony
obstacle, a distraction, overcome Falstreaux.
Michael and Jasper had a first down at the BHS Early and Craig ,
but did for tight end Early -
but
the 'r 6 t 6 '
three- away game away
before Monday night's \ of the J.pr
7 line. back Gabriel That got the biggest yell ., .....
District Class get enough lead so one mistake 10 yards to wideout Todd McLeod! yard Running a..dlord t2 ,6 1. \\So IaHI'
for the 8
play-off the small Tornado crowd
way night out of
fullback Wallace got four yards the BHS '
three by
wouldn't the plus a yard run up :x' > :
Coach mean game. Jssp.r
title. Head David
2A footbaU which traveled 70 miles to the game.
Barry Warren. and was stopped by a big First Down. 4 1 11 :: '."I::
Nurse admitted all last week that Long's Punt Returns... Warren did some of his'bestrunos.ing .mlddlel white Jersied Tornadoes BHS engineered a 60-yard, 13 play Yard,aunlne "' 71 I2I r ,{;;.

BUS was preparing for three teams andCtoyHlgfr. : Three punt returns by .Frank ., through traffic-agaLnslMlhspeii( >>j:-Wlngback Venice Hawkins- drive to consume most of the,fourth ?Yard, :I"i!: '" wt Sdrib au1N_' t jIN.utYalkao '

Jasper High: Keystone High, iN-*'M''.* Long 44, 52, and 34 yards set up all .Warre* _refused to go dovgnnmnj' :ppee s er ran two yards at left* period plus a shorter drrvv efaZ4:',. (ieLrt ... ,;. ,t-td.t ....I..46.JJ .:o elm.'J. ... '
yard The'second half was "
rBbuS Tackle.fand BHS linebacker Michael punt -
mishandled
three Tornado TD's.'A through tacklers, with only* :* 'um"I'Ullo.t t1 u.
The lack of concentration showed football helped on one drive. Tony to "Stop carrying that ball like a loaf Early made the stop at the Tornadoone tuat bjris'gtTdAit1: 31itfebby"frustrated """V'""""""7 feigM 1Yny'.u1'enlti.s "..""-"f

too as 3-6 Jasper ran all but four plggs snapped the punt way over the of bread" from Coach Hurse. yard line Jasper players. Play -"" ?r
downs of the first period, scored the
Auburndale spent the weekend with

that the undersigned firm name of STARKE -to the highest bidder xit GILBERT BROWN Lawtey Newsby Mrs. Sellers'.sister and brother-in-'

GERALD BlANKENSHIP BEAUTY SUPPLYI) """.G ( the courthouse dOOr on Clerk ol Circuit Court law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starling./
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1 Legal Notices Rt. 1. Starke. FL 32091. W. Madison St., Starke.: 'the 20th day of Bradford County, Florida Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Eronie Conner from Crosby...

sol. owner doing FL 32091, Intends to "'December 1984. By Beulah Moody phone 782.3300 Lake had dinner with them on Sun-

.All persons Interested business under the firm register said fictitious Dated this 1st day of 11/15 4tchg 12/06 day: ',
IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT nome of G. BLANKEN nom. under the Nov.mber.1984. Church Activities...
In the cilot to whom o
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FOR BRADFORD aforesaid statute.
SHIP CHIMNEY SWEEP. GILBERT S. BROWN
Administration "
of this Nolle of United Methodist
copy The Grace
COUNTY Rt. 1. Stark.. FL 32091. .Dated this 2nd day of Clerk
had been of Circuit Court School
FLORIDA. PROBAtE. i November.. 1984 In .' Church Thanksgiving Supper was a Lawtey "
Intends said A.D. .
to register 1 .
mailed or. 'required. -Bradford County Florida IN THE CIRCUIT They had "" ,'
Saturday night. News
DIVISION Bradford success '
CASE NO. B4-80-CP WITHIN THREE MONTHS fictitious name. under the 11/084tpdl1/29 County JL By: Beulah Moody COURT FOR good attendance and excellent food .', (,
aforesaid statute. '" '
File Number'-3572 FROM FIRST THE PUBLICATION DATE OF THE OF Dated this 2nd day of ..,..-.. I I)54tch91206y BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA, which was enjoyed by all present.

THIS NOTICE to III. anyobjections November AD.984/ In NOTICEOF w...... CIVIL DIVISION Rev. J, Daniel Solomon of Second graders In',Mrs. Melody
OF at First Bap-
IN RE: ESTATE Bradford Jacksonville preached
County. INTENTIONTO CASE NO.84.688In
they may NOTICE Kirkland's class have been studying
CARL BROWN. 11/0Utpd 11/29 tist Church Sunday morning And
have that challenges the REGISTER FOR APPLICATION 'about 'the Chad
weather Boat-
Deceased validity of the decedent's FICTITIOUS NAME t Re: The Marriage of Sunday evening at 7 p.m. At 6 p.m.
,'. FOR TAX DEED wright, Noah Prescott Scott Reed
"Jewish PassoverIn'
will. the qualification of NOTICEOF EDWARD CLAY HOIS- he showed a film .
and Clarence Smith did
? a splendid
NOTICE OF entitled Bones".
INTENTIONTO Husband Israel", "Dry
ADMINISTRATIONTO the personal representative Pursuant to Section NOTICE .IS !HEREBY! INGTON in their presentation of the play
fij : t' International Board of job <
or the venue or REGISTER 865.09. Florida Statutes, [ .GIVEN, ,that VERNIE*P. fond'MARTHA He is with 'The Sun". .. .
FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant SIBLEY HOIS- Jewish Missions.
of the court
lurlsdlction notlc. Is hereby giventhat .
ALL PERSONS HAVING I CLAIMS ODOM, the holder of the INGTON. Wife. '
All
the undersigned,
CLAIMS' OR
DEMANDS. OR OBJECTIONS to Section following certificates, Personals...
PATRICK B. WELCH, P.O.
AGAINST THE
DEMANDS NOT 1 SO FILED 865.09. Florida ,has filed sold certificatesfor NOTICEOF The play, entitled
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Statutes, notice Is Box 809. Starke. FL, a tax deed to b. ACTION Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Palm,"'Thanksgiving'V topped ,off our

OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED RED. hereby given that the JAMES P. O'BRIAN P.O. Issued thereon The cer- Harbor, and their parents Mr, and social studies unit about the
IN THE ESTATE: ROBERTH. Box 901, Stork., Fl and ." numbers and ''EDWARD CLAY' several daysin
first TO
Dot of the undersigned tlflcate : Mrs. Robert Lee spent Pilgrims. Tina Eunice DaltOQ ;
publication of this Notkef MUNK.. STEVEN H. STEPHEN L. WRIGHT. 145 'years of Issuance, -the ,HOISINGT.ON; Residence Decatur, Ga., visiting Mr. and Piggs.r and Matthew Grlffis did an
YOU ARE that HEREBY the administration AdmlnUtrollon; Nov. WALTERS P.O. Box N. Orange St., Starke, FL description of the property Unknown. Mrs. Larrie DuBose. While*there, outstanding Job I

NOTIFIED of the 22. 1984. : 128. Brooker. Fl. 32622. 32091 joint owners, do- and the names In Robert Lee and his sister Mrs.

of CARL BROWN.dec.a.ed. HILDA MYERS. lolnt ,owners doing ing business under the which It was assessedare YOU ARE NOTIFIED Hazel DuBose..celebrated their,bir- Melanie O'steen, Tessa Coyte An-
estate A*Personal business under the firm firm name of PJ'S that an action ,for
drew Crews
follows
File Number as : ; thdays. Angel Lanier Greg
1.3572. Case No. Representative of name of EXOTIBOX. SPORTS CENTER 870 W. Certificate NOI! 105; Dissolution; of Marriagehas Mrs. J.S. '''Waters visited her Johnson and Zack Smith did an ex-
the Estat.of P.O. Box 128 Brooker. McMahon St., Starke, FL been flied againstyou
of Issuance 1980 Mrs. Jamie Higginbotham; cellent job choral
; mother
8460-CP, Is pending In Year ; .
CARL BROWN. Fl. 32622. Intends toregl.t.r Intends and required. presentingChild"
or.
32091 10regl.t.r you .
*. afternoon. 'i
the Circuit Court for sold fictitious t Description of Property: of of MaxvlUe.'on Sunday reading from
Bradford County. deceased t name und.r the fictitious nom."nd.r ,'Nor. 2900 Begot NW Cor to written serve defenses a copy If your any Mrs. Glennie Peacock 'of memory as part 6f the morning an-.
aforesaid
Probate Dlvl- the ** of SE'/ of SEVi S is several days nouncements.
E'h
Florida Tof Crestview
ATTORNEY FOR aforesaid statute. 'tutu,.. to It, on Richard E,.Welty' spending
.Ion. the address of Doled this 2nd day of '50"M/L E IS!' S 100' E Petitioner's attorney. with her sister-in-law
which Is Bradford County PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE i. : Nov..b<<. A.D. 1984 Dated this 7th day olNovember. ',*:300' N 35'MIL to 5 Lln.ofTp whose address Is Post Mr:: and Mrs. Ralph Wise and'other-

Courthouse, Starke, Harris Ball In Bradford County. A.D. 1984 In Bessent Rood NW on S Office Box 999 Starke, relatives in Starke. '
Florida 32091. Th. personal 2SS4 Corinthian Avenue 11/0Utpd 11/29 Bradford County. ;4 4\\ line to POB See 27 Twp 6 Florida 32091, on or Pastor and Mrs. David' Brown Rumor has (it thatLE.: School's

representative of Jacksonville 32210 .. 11/134tchg12/06 rISR22.: c before 24 December spent a few days.with his parents In cafeteria was Invaded by Indians
the estate Is Hilda ...,.. and for the annual
Telephone: 1r" Name i In which assessed 1984 and file the North Carolina. Pilgrims
Myers, whose address Is ((904)388-1771) NOTICEOF .4, :,CARL L, JOHNS. original with the Clerk of Henry Hodges-attended the stockCar Thanksgiving lunch. It was in fact
5304 Astral Avenue.Jacksonville. 1129NOnCE. INTENTIONTO NOTICE this Court either before only the second graders dressed
11/22 2tchg .11" All of sold: property in Lake City at Gateway as
FL' 32205. REGISTER races
'
FOR APPLICATIONFOR In the of Service Petltion.r's'attorney pilgrims and Indians from Melqdy
being County upon .
The name and address of FICTITIOUS NAME! TAX DEED ;, Bradford State of or Immediately'' National Speedway on Saturday ,Kirkland's class: ,

the personal representative's OF INTENTION thereafter otherwise a night. .
attorney are set TO REGISTER- Pursuant to Section ,, -Florida.' Default will be entered Mrs. Annie Kelley of Starke i ;I'
NOTICE IS HEREBY h certificate '
forth below. FICTITIOUS NAME 869.09 Florida Statutes GIVEN that ERNEST L. .or-certificates Unless su< shall be against you for''relief visited. her aunt Mrs. Rossie Reddish Remember to count your blessings
All persons having notice Is hereby given t' demanded inthe Peti on Sunday afternoon. and have a;; happy and,, safe
claims or demands Pursuant .t against the estate are '86509. Florida Statute.*' HILDA D. JOHNSON.AND holder of the following .. *.low the property descrlbf' ". DATED this 20th day of ':came by Sunday 'afternoon1' andvisited ,' :
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required. WITHIN THREE notice It hereby given SUSAN L. SHEETS certificates, has filed' 'Wed?! In .certificate; orw November 1984. her sister Mrs. Wilma Wain- ,/ .S.,")::'h\ ,

MONTHS FROM THE that the undertlgned 444-H. W. Madison St., old certificates for a tax :..certificates'!)) be sold GILBERT S.BROWN .wristht Congratulations to second graders

DATE OF THE FIRST ARTHUR LEONARD Stark, FL 32O91 '|olnt deed to be Issued %z ;'to the highest" bidder at .CLERK OP THE COURT Mrs; Wendle'Sm>1h. of Atlanta Matthew Gflffis Greg Johnson

PUBLICATION OF THIS SCHLOFMAN; P.O. Box owners doing; business thereon. The certificate ,>'.the,courthouse door on By:Beulah Moody Ga.,' is spending week with her,.Melanie Osteen, and Zack Smith for '
NOTICE to file with the 190 Stark.. Florida under the firm name of numbers and years of Issuance the 20tK; day oft' Deputy Clerk ,parents ,Col. sand Mrs. .William. earning straight A's Mrs. ''
in'
clerk of the above courta 32091 and KEVIN M. 7.77 SHOE STORE. 444HW the descriptionof December.t984. 11/224tchg 12/13 Wilson.. Kirkland's class. : f
written statement of MCAULIFFI, |loins ,' Madison St., Starke. the( property and the ".' >Dated this 1st day of ,- Mrs. William Wilson" called' their ,I
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claim or demand business FL' 32091, Intends 'to 'Ij ..... ," .
any .owners, doing names In which it was. f. Hovembef41984, | .r daughter Mrs Doreen'Bloom of. '
they may have. Each under the firm name of register sold fictitious assessed ore as follows .: i. | \
claim must be In writing FORESIGHT LAND nameunder the Certificate No: 73:; j. : Yokota: Japan;en Saturday nightyMr {: Dardie Bolin Tessa.. Coyle. DaltonDiggs .

and must Indicate 'the DEVELOPMENT, :1104 S. aforesaid statute. Year of Issuance: 1982 and Mrs. Charles Starlng'andfamily' and Tina Eunice are also to be,
,basis for the claim, the, ;Walnut St., Stark., Dated this 2nd day of Description of Property;: went to 'Safety Harbor on ,congratulated for making the A-B
name and address of the Florida 32091. Intend to November A.D. 1984 In No. 2490-002001 I Acre Wednesday and visited .with their I honor roll. ;,
creditor or his agent or register ,told fictitious Bradford County. sq son and family Mr. and Mrs.Jerre
In SW cor or bit Ctr St. a E
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the .
and JT064tp41129NOTICE
attorney under the and until Saturday
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name Starling family .
claimed. H the Sec line 21-6-22 Sec 21 o Tina Eunice and DelJrti Lee'ciade
amount aforesaid statute. --
sirs: M.".Crapse,Sr., Mrs. Gary
.
claim Is not due the Twd6SR22. test
yet Dated /IhM 7th day of Mr. and Mrs. 100 percent on' every spelling
date when It will become November., A.D.. 1944. OF INTENTIONTO Name In which assessed Wheeler and children and Mr. and, Mrs..this past six .weeks,They challengethe
due'' shall be stated. If : Wlllll MAE I Mike Crapse son "
In Bradford County. REGISTER children Mr. : rest of the class to study more
the claim Is contingent or' It/OS 4tchg!11/29 FICTITIOUS"''AMI'punuant WILLIAMS. Bruce Crape.;Srsnd and childrenand _'and make 100 oft every teat next six
unliquidated the natureof All of sold property and Mrs. Jim Ceballos ? .
shall ,.. Mrs.Mary M notte of J.cIuIoJ1.IvUle weeks mTeesa
the uncertainty ;.- to Section being In the County of
be stated rt the claim Is Bradford, State el r." wore hosts for a birthday din-
cured, the security' NOTICE 165.09. Florida Statute. Florida. nap for M.B.. Crapte,Sr. on. Sunday: ... '"
shall be described. Th.'claimant' Of INTENTION notice- Is hereby given Nov. 18. j. ,>' '
Unless such certificate "
that IN .......Joned. from Union'Sgefngg "' DaKon .rTinsAPnnunices4Atihew r
shall deliver'sufficient TO REGISTER or certificates shall be" .I Mr. and Mr. Rivers Di..
copies of the 'PJCm1OUS NAMa. SUSAN I.. SHCETS. AND. Ndeemod.rdl"ll to Ala. spent Monday with his .Grif fla.Gary Hendrlx,Angel!Latter,

claim to the clerk to ', HILDA JOHNSON.G. low the descrlb-' .artel'and brother-in-law, Mr. and. beidra Lee'and Zack Smith Mveperfect
Storke.H
noble the clerk to mall Pursuant to Section' W. Madison St.,, ed property ''Mrs. Harold attendance! Bundle up !and
In such certificate
one copy to each personal 1165.or Ffortda Statute*, 39091 business loins under owners me will be sold orcertificate ,Mrs,; d Starr!. ,Sellers! from try. to stay healthrJ'| if.
doles !
I representative., notice,,tohereby, ** ?' : \- ', i' N .' .\
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I t'Girls Cross Co!!,ntro

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7, ,''''i1l' ;',," ';4 r '. :., 'I'tI
With eluded ,
a .
strong showing at district Loper. With his girl'. Loper Is expecting three miles for ..,
week boys. Right now It is OM .
last s harriers Ver.ttyPC.e.b I
arrived at Eric Alvarez of Helen Jesuit, a his first five place, finisher back in the talking but .or'''' ...et1
.the state cross stage, he expects It _ell 11.1 IN5, .lteell....... t1.
country meet 'in south Florida school I'NINd d..'.Mn Jnvlt lJckMnvlllHM .
BHS II
the
Sat. won event next year. With them, he said to happen within the next five years. 4sin.V..IN.r. Lry.N 111> ,'. .
Deland 11-17
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ready to run. In a time of 15:48, followed by contender state ***) Nl II-BNt MfIndhrMual
dust Larry Is a realistic for the "Especially with the boys, they .
the
When finally settled, thegirl's Abele of Florida High in 13:98: title, over the next several yean have gotten to such a level that you IndlvMwal Plea. PI... .
took home the runner-up Bolles of Jacksonville won team Loper confirmed there is a move can't control large of them," i-Lwi.. !..... iiiti, ''-..Il7 "..d_ 11.46 ,*l-l...il McKlmwy % tI7J. 41-.wl.' T..."....
.trophy finished in the strong while the honors for the second year in a row. ,afoot to lengthen the distances from Loper of the II'OUr the finish 17-LI .Tlwiwy A1..11.7!1'17.1,1.arb.r., M-Ctwryl N.rrIfl.M.flbr1. ..t s 14i/l, 1,1Jg., 7tan MM HIMHnry' C.op.17M ..
boys lit 12th said ,'* -WIHI ,
place. Finishing first for BHS and 22nd the present two miles for girls and rt-tlMl. Piwltt ItI' WrliM ItiM ir-MI AMulhrii
The team 21'Cllv'lt' tN.m.41/11/ ,
girl's finish
the overall .
was ,
was Paul McKinney. in .
highest ever for- a Starke team instate 17:02.6.: : Eddie Tennant was 40th ..11:...... -.- .....-I..n. -,_ -" -.-.------.-, v"
competition. The last time with a time of 17:29. ), '
BHS had a team in state ,: } .'II
competition Thomas Moon
Walt 73rd in 18:48: d A h
was 1977 when standout Cindy Griffith and Henry Cooper was 80th, with ,;.., t
took fifth place with a time of 19:20.: Completing the five '
top was .
11:09.: Willie Wright at 19:38 .p '; ., ,, :.
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"Teamwise,we did very similar to Skip Abdullah was 87th In 20:28: Turkol'og', 1" ,. I i"" I .

establish for them to go out and Calvin Thomas was 88th in 20:37 '. .," '" '
and '" "
themselves
Next
early in Year...
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the race, not being concerned \ ", i''. .
,with
Cocoa Losing everyone except Moon and ,. ..Jt:t"J.;\ '
Beach but to run our own Contest
Cooper, is ,
Loper facing a rebuilding : '
race/ said Coach 'j
George Loper. "
year with his boy's ieam. He indicated :' j' 7
Taking an early lead, freshman ; ,
he expects to field a ; ,,' ,
young ., '
Lori held
Sapp onto it for about the team in 85t with some good talent

first mile* before being passed by coming up from middle school. ,. : .
Cocoa Beach's Butler. Ultimately With his girl'. Loper is ; .t., ,
coming in third, Sapp turned in a .his first five'place finishers expecting back G 'Win A'. I, : .,'
time of ,
12:05.: next With them he said a '11.
year BHS ', '
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AA competition was won by Cocoa :' "jl' A.ii.1I.
is a realistic contender for the state '" / ". '
Beach's Butler' in 11:51: and team title over the next several years. a Tune, :.... .f' ,".,'
mate Cheri' "h
Dickson took second in "
Lope confirmed there. is
a move :
; :
11:58.: afoot to r .
lengthen the distances from \
Placing strongly at 13th was )Kelly FO' ,
the present two miles for and y
girls D \
Jackson iS/ .. '' ; '
in .
12:41: over the deceptively 'a. J 1 "
three miles for boys. Right now it is .w ? '
difficult two mile course. Battling in the talking stage, but he expects it r hanksgivingWINNER r'j;, .
for 17th and 18th
positions' Lisa to happen within the next five years. ,
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and .> .
Tierney Barbara
Harris crossed ,
"Especially with the boys, they *, '.. ,' \,
the line .
at 12:57.8: and 12:58.: Rounding have gotten to such a level, that you. .. /4' ;'\" I .' 1
out the first five scorers, Chris can't control a ";, ., .1'i:' ,/i, '.
large of
group them, ,: 1,1 .
1 Anderson
Anders arrived at 13:32: to,bag 31st, said Loper of HO Debby I I, > :f.
the mob at the finish ,
place.Cheryl. lines.Thomas. WINNER NO! 2 Jacquelyn Hi8lnbrthan REMEMBER: THE DEADLINE. ,IS. NOON,. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 'l.,
Bogle was 45th in 14:01 and .
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Linda Dewitt was 73rd in 15:19. Moon. was,73rd in 18:48 WINDER NO. -Vanls Rosier ? j' ','.' : : ,I ;:
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"As a team they ran strong, extremely and Henry Cooper was 80th with '. .' '. (. \ "

all the competitive.right times and They had peakedat in- 19:26. Completing the top five was RULES: Each space below represents some business firm of Bradford County. Use the scrambled: letters and arrange them' to ,,1;

credible season. They .were an the Willie Skip Wright,82nd Abdullah was, at 19:38.87th in 20:28 spell the firm's name, EXACTLY, using all the letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest, The first THREE periods sub \ ;;

youngest team coming in and they and Calvin Thomas was 88th in 20:37: miffing the correct or nearest:'correct answer( BEFORE.12:00: noon on Monday; November 19 will be awarded turkeys for ,' .

didn't crack." said Loper of his Thanksgiving.. ,.. ., H' .
Kirls. Next Year... -- -

"I'm Boy's not Did disappointed Their, Best in the ooy's Cooper Losing, Loper everyone is facing except a rebuilding Moon and 1... Hurst Exxon. '.Service;: 15..Leta'L, :StyBng Center 29. Thornton'Auto Salvage 43. ''JAX Liquors J: .

race at all. I thought their effort was year with his boy's team. ... ';

total and they did they best they dicated he expects to field a young ," ....''I,.. .". ,' ? ,I' "..' .'.... ", ,.,, .. .'
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could. They were Just out-manned, team in 85 with some good talent '. '' .j" ,' ,
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by some of the other teams." con 'coming up from middle school. .. ';. .,:;M.. :.. ..l .. '., $. <'" I 4 .

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(from page 1A> Field Goal Helped... 2.' Toroda Shed. Service:v, 'l" 16.. :JeneirFuneral' Home- 30. Ourrance Pump and.Suppt:,. ',;. 44. '[Sawyer S1adeGai'end'' : "':,,:':I! '

got after Keystone," said Coach. Coach debated about kicking' the "f', !ly CompanY' Appliances/\; / ; s
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goal, which was just a long extra : "
"Our boys were fired They for ,
up. point Francis, who has missed -
were ready to play." extra points only three times in '., .,'yt., : ,
his high school career. once last i ,, ,.ri "

Long's Runs Helped... 'season, onece last week, the first' ..
Having Frank Long at running PAT Monday night. Francis, 3.: Gtenda's Sheer Design' 17. Al&gator Creek Farm 31. Lake Chevrolet'Oids: "" 45. Fried Chicken

back helped tremendously, Hume however, has been hampered by atom Center1' Factory
said. Long hit the holes quickly muscle in the left leg, the one he ,r") .
before they could close. plants to kick off of. ,, .
/ Long got the Tornadoes going on a The field goal gave the Tornadoes 'j, ''"
third down and 20 yard situation one-mistake cushion. Coach Hurse .;1 -'ii, ,, :' u "
with a 28 yard run. He kept twisting said they debated pushing KH deep, J
and for more yards, and get- down to the goal, but decided to go ,
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ting turn, the KH 8P.for over 90 for the field goal since..' it was. an easy.. 4., ,, Starke Power. .Equipment. 18. Econ a Lodjt, Restaurant t 1,? 32 ) MitcheR's Drug --W', "4it\ur t Sk Oetes !CoUniry 3 f I' '. 1.,1 '
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Foreign or domestic, gas or diesel 5. Starke 'Shoe Repair] ,: The '19.:' Badcock Home Furnishing 33. "Marion Tire' and Battery 47. Best "Western, Motor Inn :I j .,

Boot. { Store : '. ., '
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and electrical 1 '. Center I, ,' '" '" ''' ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ;', ", '> :".\ ". ?I '
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J. \ ,. .,,,/' .'Sa"'P e, 8.( Motley. Tire" Companyt, : .22.' WlIUan1i J eiri{ lry 38. Jones. Craft Shop: '( I 50.. Teal 'Tile I & ;Carpet-Inc.; ,
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and after each event told the4H'en Melson 4.' Penny Stalnaker,. $. (Above) Hayes shows Wesley Moody the correct way to rein a hone
what they should do and Amy Black 4*,;Kerrie Snider. back in a formal horsemanship competition. The way Us done Is Just as ,
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I fdal! competitions. Mares at jtlaHer..., (Left) John Roberts lopes his pony'In the horsemanship competition.

The top six!!places in the mares at (Below) Franklin hart rides In the obedience competition. .
I' High Point Trophies.., halter event Were: 1. Wesley Moody, (Lower Left) Danny Griffis competes In the trail obstacle course.'He
Lisa Mosley, won, trophy for the ,Senior Division 4-H 4. Franklin Hart, 5. Anita Black, 6: and carry a bucket of feed all the way around the box without his horse
horsemanship competition.! Kim John wY moving
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LUNCHEON._Tuesday. Nov.. 27 Sponsored by.th..Stark. gram for local dlsadvantaged children. Ticket are on sal!'l.at Danmark furniture AEROBIC: CLASSES...' Sriing"offered In Loki Butler on Monday and WedneSday -"'.'"' ',. .
,1 Woman's Club beginning at 10 a.m. Lunch- served at noon.. Ticket, $4 each; and the Chamber of Commerce.Stark.. 'Ay afternoons at 5:30 pm. I In, Room '1368 at: Union County High ,School; Call I ft t 'l\\I '

:'. ;z. reservation accepted by Mr. J. Griffin. 9647806. IOY SCOUT TIOOP <18..mts from 7:30: to'9 .m.'each Thursday at th*Churchof 96-4.5078forlnfotmatlon\ .. T"S'l: : I"'' )1 ,
SQUARE DANCING... Squar. doling.; wlrl b* hull th.s.eond and fourth Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints chapel at 1404 ..*..nt Road In Stork. AH JUDO CLAMS.wlll be held Monday ond Thursday night 'In Key.t_ tfelghjJI'l', ; ;> t "'

Thursday of each month at B ft.m. of thd'Masonlc lodge in Stark.;.corner of Call boys from,11to 18 or. _Ic"!" .. Call 964-4980 for more Information. High School cafeteria..Junior class. wilt' I I.b* held from 6:30-7:30: .m1.. 'senior' i t. ,. ., '. !
Classes from,7:30-8:30..Call: : 473-3964.' ,... .,'1 ,.. I
and Orang. St. Caller I I. Jim Duncan .Visitors welcome..Mainstream dancing .
; : Sweet Adelines... This woman' barbershop musk group meet* each Monday at AEROBIC CLASSES... are being offered Monday and Wednesday at ?:3O'a.'m;, ''aitk-: ,.:,r-:.: : > .
THANKSGIVING DINNER at lake"Butler Hospital'and Hand Surgery Center... 7:30: p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Women Interested 'In singing' four '4:30' : and 7:30 p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday at, S30; p.m. at th* Kay.totte'ti-'I'.l! \t t'
'it Whether you're too busy to cook or simply want to take ,the family out, you ors Invited part harmony are Invited.to visit.! .-Jj.| Height Woman' Club. Call 473-3784 |for further Information' : \..'t.I.--i( :: : '.

if.:' '. to loin u.at th.IBM cafeteria Thanksgiving Day,Thursday" ; Nov. 22, from Brbrgator. .., This male barbergator group meets 'each.Tuesday at 7:30'p.m. : OVEREATERS ANONYMO ....maets each Thursday' '11:30 a.m.; at SL'Mark's ,'.:,;':'l/ :. '. .": !'
... i 2:30-2:30: : p.m. for a Thanksgiving feast. You'll.. why so many p.opl.dine with In the ".K. Yong music room, 1080 SW Uro StjVlsltor* welcome. ,Episcopal: Church parish ho '..; ,Tu.sd.ly.,- 7:30: p.m. at Keystone,Heights Communlty -'. t '1( I" -lIfT '", ;; )
: us and leave with smile.. A d.liclouiThanksgiving dinner, complete with turk.y "' Church. Ferlnformationcoll7e2.3931ori473-V90': : : *. : : ?:J "I. M, 'I
and all the trimming. or ham and candled yams Including dessert I. only $3.10. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH; 'Meetings; haIJ'loch week In the Parish House :' '' -' 1 :
Senior cltlxen will b*given a 10 percent" discount. LBH cares about health In (Include .' : _Clsic ...Will b* held! each Thursday beginning at i-p.mOtt: tw Pint'; |' ) ;f '. t:,. ,
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'' Mahodh/Church. Main Stref, ,. There will be a f 1.00 charoVv!('.: l .; L '
a variety of way; from quality medical car. to big helpings of.nutritious foa '' Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30: -1:1: .per person parlklpotlng.! } : lar$e conducted by Betty Herring and WW,YaM*. ;n j /\ !i 1 ,'t.( : "
FIRST CHRISTIAN. CHURCH OF STARKi.wlll hold an Open House of'the newly : .
I r.I Brownies. meet Monday at 3 p.m. : EXfftOH CLASS** FOR FALL.jkquasli. at 6. Mon-Thunt: SHmnostJes at 10 e.m|, : : 4
welcome uvenated[ to parsonage attend. from 2 fo 4 p.m.: Sunday November 25. '' Everyone. ; Is :Girl,Scout.*'m.-... Monday' 3 p.m., .",tJ. (tree bcyslttln" ) and" pm.Tu.s- : bnd Aerobic at 4 p.m., Mon,..Vr**!.} t tt J r t; '" .. 0' I :: .,

EXPLORER SCOUTING TROO."..forming In StorkCa M64- 9l 1 for Information; Frl. ond 6 p.m.rTum.1.' Wed.! ];, and,Fr"">.;Call BH Center' for Health and'Fitness te jr ,. ,;:
TURKEY SHOOT..Amerlcan L.glon Post ,56 Edward Rd. Stark, October 27through ,..- t reglsterr. 964-410., .., /, ,, ', f\ :'c, ""
Dec. 22. From 1:00 to 6:00: p.m.: Saturday only CHRISTMAS.. CANTATA RSHEARSAL.t.Set eoch Monday at 7 p.m. through D.c.91 ', ':\ \ ," .
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at th. lake Butler first United Methodist Church onMWn. Street Lake Butler. 'FREEDOM FROMMo.uPm..A unique n.w, program1to'naVVbu, Wait. m.. ,= ,: E "dilr I;! ;
KEYSTONE ALCOHOLICS ANOHYMOUS.JiAnn!. Group will m..t oh Monday. -' "" "v.til .HC aim < clgaraH habit through D.c.10, from' 7.' p.m., at,th* Bradford Hfl* M Library J( .:'j; ,..',' .
f and Friday at 8 p.mi' at the ft,Annl Episcopal Church. 473-3692. KEYSTONE NIGHTOWLS... Night version of Homemahers. Club meets second' "' ,Program I It offered by Bradford Hospital' Inc. Center for Hearth and PltnM.'ana' '' ;'} :1,1' )

BROOXSR VPD ARTS 1 CRAFTS FESTtVAL..wHI, b* held on Saturday, Dec.1, f from Tuesday of oath month. at 7:30: p.m at First Baptist' ,.Church...... In Keystone. lhArMrlcariuhflAso. :'" } F.. $30._For.Information calf' 9* ,4810.; ,5. ;::\'" ..;'

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 489-1344.I between- 8:30: a.m. and noon. 'STARK* BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ..._.* from r,1'r 1:31 p m..ocll Tuesday' In th t, I t Cancart Phoise". II.H'. ''Jacksonvlli l.' Coliseum; and' Civic Auditorium' ; ;','."

'HAMPTON CHIISTMASPLANS..Db.: 19 will be the magic day 'for resident scout hut .behind the; tennis' courts on )Pratt'Street In Stark' 1-6G&-I'9CI&: Florida)Thatnr i-l-3So-2767PlayarourKl South r,!.7a4-4BM; .Orlando ii ':" !
of Hampton: Celebration will begin with a Christmas Parade Of 1:30: p..,,.*.'With' .'.. Bob Carr: Center-. lr303-B43-aill Civic; .1.J05.345Lakelerld: ; Civic',1 < ,,"

prizes being offered for winning Moots. $SO will be awarded to the first place Best DUPLICATI BRIOGI I CLUI..m..h.v.ry Tu radavrntiril| a,. 7:30: of Stark C.nt.r, an4,, Thiratr. < 1-813-A8A-7124' : Tallahassee Civic Center, l9O4E Entry S30 for second place and $20 forthlrd; plac; A prlxe of a turkey will be.. Woman'* Club.'Bridge player or Invited to: attenfL gfJf p.m. autr. '-1-313-2M-99 Curtis* Hlxon I Holt? 1-813-228911: UBf Sun.:, jI
awarded to the Best Decorated House by the Hampton (Woman's Club; Beginning f *- KW I DomI8137743III. Petanksw*) <.. BWffrttnt1'Center8l> W-79el '
at 7 p.m. In Hampton City Hall, there will b* a Christmas party for the children'of', A WEIQ41l'WATclHLN! ClUB.i-js': being held 1 lAMlBt on Monday, nights' at e:30 ......., ..... ,P.abaely'Audl j. .1IJ:'enA.jAJUtBt.. CoasoSs.-ii k u'* -''.", ,,,"?,.. ',' 'c, ,. ,. I '. ':: iJ
Hampton residents.* *' ,.p.m.,, Call Peggy Register 1473.2730-for. m fcTSn rt tlon.MELROSL .; "I....,.. .. t'... 'n ''i' 'I'o.: '.. r i
;CIRCUS IN STARKB.. The Klwanl Club of' Stark will b* hosting the first circus; to TOM;;.Th,;.weight reducing tub rmief*'*"*'* Tuaday at ,:30 ..m.at j :\ b grf' \ ;' : : .or'' ; jt r"J, :.':i, 1""';AMO < t I :.,:
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on. ol 5tO'pm.; and on* at 8 pm..ot th* Bradford' County Fairground on 301. :LAKE IIUTt1LTOP*:'..Tok.Off Pounds'Sensibly Ch* n.*... each)Thur.day.wn., '!c.*#::n.kv t group put <.. Included onraqw' ...ga. 1f lin.sl'stMMlwMhs-| | |t..p; 1 ', ..., ''it" .' 'i"F' Tickets will b* $3 for children under 14 and senlorcUliens' and$4 for 14 and older. ; + ,.t.- 'It
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were: 1. Anita Black, 2. John nette Stalnaker,6. Randy Gockley. The top six places in this event F -
Roberta, 3. Kim Roberts, 4. Wesley were: 1. Amy Blacky 2. Randy
Moody, 3. Falina Yott, 6. Franklin Trail Competition.., Gockley, 3. Penny Gockley, 4. Kim
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Horsemanship.., horse. Egg and Spoon... '
The top six places in western Riders had to cross a cattle gap, The top six riders In the egg and ....: 11\ :
horsemanship, senior division, open a mailbox while mounted,take spoon competition were: 1. Lisa GREETINGSTO
were: 1. Lisa Mosley 2. Amy Black, out the mall and replace it withoutthe Mosley, 2. Belinda Melson, 3. Amy ',' ) : :
3.Penny Gockley,4,Randy Gockley, horse shying, ride over a brightly Black, 4. Penny Gockley S. Randy .
S. Penny Stalnaker, 6. Nannette colored table cloth, put on a rain- Gockley,6. Penny Stainaafcer, i
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jump at a lope, back the horse Cob Race... :H ALL OUR CUSTOMERS ;
Obedience Western... through an L-shaped obstacle dismount The top six winners in the cob race
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were: 1.Nannette Stalnaker,2.John .
The top six places in the western with a pail of feed without the horse Roberta, 3. Kerrie Snider, 4. Danny .
style obedience competition were: 1. moving, and drag a bag full of tin Griffis, 5..Randy Gockley, 6. Anita .
Penny Gockley. 2. Lisa Nan- cans without the horse shying or, Black. WE WILL BE CLOSEDThanksgiving ;
Amy Black, 4. Kim Roberta, 5. bolting.

....Y..,. If., Key Hole Race...
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Cloverleaf.Race.. ..
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Randy Gockley competes'In the trail obstacle course.In SELECT YOUR '.
this obstacle he had to open the mailbox, take out the mail and
replace It without his hone shying.
Other obstacles Included walking over a brightly colored table cloth,
taking a jump at a lope,backing through an L-shape and dragging a bag
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l (....:. "Sue" 1 Duvis Serene. beauty... unusually early sunrise and chirping \.pound J note Mre,in America,are spoiled rather than drive.. tion,.Inside and out,bull I was told (that
of the birds at 4 a.m. and nightfall at We use;sprinkler systems while the corridors are as they were in war
,, phenelf3: -CNt: Looking out of the window at total to p.m. those people: ,use a watering can, put Fit at 98... days While there I also visited the
Visiting another country, EnglandIn darkness around 4 a.m., U.S. time, I Each day became a new adventureas ting the'water directly on the plant. Meeting Jane's 98-year-old, grand- Public Library and the County
thin case, is a delighful experiencebut saw a faint red glow beginning to we strolled leisurely along the As hard as,,the soil gets it Is surpris- mother, Jane Farmer, I was surprised Records office to do research)\ for
returning homo to familiar territory show on the horizon. As we flew walkways through Wantage up and ing how well and large the vegetables at how young she looks. I asked daughter Barbara. Amazed. I came
is a rewarding feeling.As toward it, the light became stronger. down hills, through the shady area grow. I ate:!my first broad beans pnd how she was feeling at that; age. She away with Information on my late
a child growing up in the The red began to radiate outward into down by Letcombe Brook and watched marrow there and enjoyed them so came" back with "I sure don't feel like husbands people that dates' back: to
southwest corner of Bradford County many colors. Daylight was upon us. the ducks paddle along in the water much I brought back some treated 98. She Was watching an enormous 1261. '
near Brooker and attending public We had traveled foward in time, five foraging for food. We walked up seed in hopes of raising some In fighter call "Big Daddy" on the telly Our excursions became.numerous:
schools, I read of (far away lands and hours.I through the church yard Into the shop- Florida, and got so excited she began'yelling as the days flew by One afternoon we
often imagined living during the daysof have never seen a morning beginas ping district to wander around the little Evenings tit the Pub.. "Give the bloody bloke an uppercut", accompalned Jim and Gwen,Tipper to
kings, queens, dragons, palaces, that one began. As the lovely scene shops, to purchase mementoes or Big Daddy, or their heads. the Vale or the White Horse.,.Climbing
castles and of great battles fought to unfolded before us, I became excited stop and gaze around at the beauty of In the 'evenings we usally met She lived these moments along with the hill and walking along I the
preserve a way of life. Never in my at the brilliance of the sunrise framed old buildings of yesteryear still In use. friends down at one of the( pubs after the fighter. Hdgeway, we leaked: !down: on the/
wildest dreams did I ever believe that within a backdrop of a perfect blue In early the mistress tea, limeThe l lounge Is set up as Old Building-Impressive.We graceful\ figue of a galloping stallion','-
someday I ''Would walk upon foreign sky, broken by scattered white of the house sopped for daily food though 'you.were in your own living :360 ft. long and 130. ft. wide at''.Ihe'!
land j stoop to gather a handful of soil clouds. It gave one a feeling of being supplies, then rushed home to com- room at home for friends and familyto took In the sights in London and Widest point. Jl Is a unique sigt t.It\ is '
and feel its texture as it slowly trickl- suspended between Heaven and plete her chores before tea time.In stop by.,Over a glass of brandy Oxford via bus trips, I was impressedby \said that this is one!; of the Oldest chalk'
ed through my fingers, see the earth. My thoughts were, "There is the little meat shops I found 'Coke or lemonade friends woulddiscuss' the old buildings in London such as cuts In hillside figures in England and
magnitude 'of growth in products only one way to describe the beauty of prices were very high and was sur- happenings of the day while SI. Paul's the Royal Court of Justice, Is beltlCsd to dale back to 50\)B.C..The
needed for man's survival, or look an early morning sunrise at 33,000 prised to see no refrigeration for the others spur yarns in these leisure The House of Parliament, Big Ben, preservation of the figure after'2000
upon the beauty of buildings several feet and that is: there has to be a hanging weight or the wrapped meat gatherings.;, Buckingham Palace, and of course, years due to the people of the farms
r hundred years old, yet still beautifully Supreme Being who created beauty of on display the meat shop window. I learned,more about the history of Piccidilly Square, along with the hustle and .villages. 'These ,people,;..gather
preserved after years of being battered such great magnitude. I believe thereis The balmy weather during the day, the town And surrounding area. and bustle of the crowds. The colleges once every !seven! years (9\'scour the
by the elements. no one on earth who can come closeto as well as the nights, was wonderful. The pub J enjoyed the n.ocl..as: In In Oxford are numerous and( horse. '
Such was the town I was fortunate painting what an individual sees When asked by someone why I wore a the Bear.Hotel, a beautiful oldbuilding very'impressive; I counted 28 and am Climbing upward to the summitwas
enough to visit recently Wantage, and feels within! at a time like; this.". sweater and gloves during the lovely filled with history and over not sure If that was all. tremendous effort but worth it.
England, birthplace and homeland of Atl Gatwick Airport, we breezedthrough cool days my reply was, "You'don't 400 years old. The old carriage en- There was a memorable tripto V
a friend, Jane Farmer Thompson. customs and immigrationand take thin blood from Florida, bring: it trance and exit are still in use as well'as Churchhill Hospital in Oxford to visit ,
Everything was routine as Jane andI were met by relatives of Jane's, over to England and turn It loose the Inner courtyard. In past years a sick friend. While there I learned >
boarded the plane during: an after soon leaving London behind. Travel- without wrapping it up." The (people the horse stables were converted Into that this was the hospital used by our .Seepage' 4,.. ,
noon thunderstorm at Tampa Inter- ing through villages and small (owns, were\as\ delighted with my southern guest rooms' As you walk into the carriage Armed Forces during World War II. ,' "
national Airport for the first leg of our drinking in the beauty that unfolded acceitl as I was with their English ac -entrance you can 'almost hearth The buildings' are still In good condi ," ,'
journey. After landing in Atlanta we before us, my tiredness'disappeared cent. Like the E.F. Hutton commer- @ horses stomping and chomping at" .
rushed over to the International Ter- as we cruised: along at speeds that cial, when C.E. "Sue" Davis spoke, the bits to be off. You slip quietly into, Azalea & Farm 1 ?
minal'to board, the overseas flight would surley earn a fellow ticket in everyone listened, the pub ,located on' the left 'of the Lou-Ann's Blueberry : .
destination was Gatwick Airport in the states. No speed limit is posted in I was amazed to see so many roses. driveway. 'A' friendly face' Is always, Take 100 South towards Keystone, take right on, I'i,'
London, England. After being airbornthe England. Every' house' has a flower garden, there,to greet you'wllh a "ello" or '. !) .
realization of what I was doing hit Arriving at the Farmer home we' eyen the light poles along the sleets "aye, mate; what will it be?" Time 24lfi( Street'folteWj signs or ,
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books and hearsay. Now I believe I market square in the heart of town to season then another group assumes! The English are very healthy and a Come See Our ,. ', .
know how Jane must have felt when view the statue,of King Alfred who the task. The roses were magnif icant, contributing factor is the daily exercise ..f .!JJ
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of sheep grate upon the sit* shop a quaint building where the local your food. : f,. .,, Marlborough had walked UUW.) -:.tr.11. == : relatives& began giving parties or
of what was known as "UnfSlngton people display and sell handmade I will always remember: attendingart entered the palace through (MM* CII b.It Mhl vii my planning outings for us. The days Justaidn't
'' Castle" during the Stone Age. As we items. After viewing the crafts we and craft show*; visiting the doors which opened Into great balk "" .. ...".... .-.. .M.t seem long enough. The day ofaVpftrlure
i stood bracing ourselves against gale had a short informative chat on local Parish Church, having chats'with the The first thing that caught my etc. ...... "'_ r" "'" N4 dawned bright and clear.
force winds I had a feeling of being history with the proprietor. We set sisters at the convent, tripe to the was the vast size of two silver urns after sacra);wtvtee iw.. was besrt" t adaaatert \Vt said our final good bys. I looked
on top of the world.I looked down Into forth for Arlington to visit the Arlington area museum, a/ritop over at filled with a rainbow of flower Th Iws awwary even muno. Htv around at this wonderful family I had
the valley hundreds of feet below me. Pottery where a couple of Stocke/Row to view the Maharajhn'sWell urns were resting upon enormous ateave. seelaed t. tt* Kttto been a part of for a short time, and '
watched the traffic now along the master potters, a leather craftman and a day attending. the horse marble pedestals. They flanked each man's s>,ta'ee4 at head After" tour said a silent prayer thanking God for .'.,
roadway and the cattle grazing in the and several wood craftmen all races at Newbury. side of the Great Hall. (4 the K.nm*,w headed back nom giving me the opportunity of being .
fields bordering the farm houses. All display their wares in a group of old Blenheim Looking upward 67 feet to the veiling another day seat in learning" htetory there, ; ,v
the scenes looked as small as a farm buildings. Palace .. I saw a painting by Sir James If you eror gel' the chance to visit th* We left London at noon and arrived ;.
postage stamp. Horse The trip to Blenheim Palace was Thornhill. It was of Blenheim, dating Oxford area, please make sure in Tampa around 9:30: p.m. That'sright
Hill we continued wining our way Thatch Roof... the most memorable occasion. The back to 1716.Strolling. Blenheim palace is en your cheduJ ,you guessed it,right in the middle
i along the ridgeway past Blowing Being Interested In the country and entrance to the estate is reached by a along the corridors of a storm. Happy to be home?
Rock a Urge stone with holes in it. customs I continuously asked ques drive through the town of Woodstock through room after room,we Glad to get home... Would I like to return to England?. I.r"
The Saxon king, Alfred so legend tions. I saw my first thatch roof and The view upon entering the grounds often to gaze upon paintings stop As our English visit begin to draw Yes, I plan to return some day' and
goes used it to summon his troops to was amazed at the thickness. I one of the finest in England, is set offby wall, on the ceilings. All framed, to a close, the friends neighbors and with God's help, I will. .
battle It was sounded by blowing into discovered the roof as the birds would a lake, bridge, mammoth oaks anda these paintings are hundreds of years -- -- '-
the top hole which caused a sound bet burrow into the straw to build nest river flowing in the background. In old. Marble, silver, gold, brass, cop .-. -
ween a moan and a roar to emerge. It and the nesting will cause leaks during the midst of all this loveliness stands per, china, all were in an abundance 6 I.
will carry for a great distance..the the rainy season. the large stately palace. The palace throughout the entire palace.We CLOSED COBLEY'S 473-2446
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Barrows to visit many small villages Fish and Chips.. Passing through the entrance was ChurchhiU in one of the rooms. It was BBIKB-R-RRiAB I dJ.
and drove through some of the richest as though we were transported into his voice giving some of his famous g -:
race horse country in England before Many times I had heard about the another world. We crossed the same speeches. We also viewed documents ;;
we returned to Wantage in the even- traditional dish of Fish N' Chips serv- courtyard the First Duke of composed by him. Commercial Circle Keystone Heights )
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visit to The Century Galliers in Oxon. strainer space between the sections of 964-7071
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Buiy Randall Joiner Susan Douglas, Kathy Collins, and
Billy Randall Joiner,44,of Starke. Archie Tanner Funeral Home.
died Sunday, Nov. 18, from injuries. Audre Belle&Herbert Parrish T44D## .
received in a hunting accident. Fannie Silcox i .OUR*.BLESSINGS j

A Douglas, Ga. native Mr.Joiner 'iI.,
had lived in Starke for the past 20 IN ,'W'M

years,and was employed as a sheet '.. ,,1;'
metal mechanic by the University of ". '
Florida. He was a member of .1 nm I (,:Jt1.t :
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Survivors include his wife, Janice (J.i 'rptlil! lg; ,\ '.
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and Belinda Dawn Joiner, all of ,
Starke, and Sherry Ann Lee of dr .
Newberry; his mother and step-. il.ql il.
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father, Mr. and .Mrs. .Herman CUSTOMERS...; ,
Morgan Micanopy; two sisters,
Faye Carroll, Fairbanks and Ann f
Godwin of Fort McCoy; four ,
brothers Tommy, Donald and Ronnie
an of Gainesville and Danny of
Archer; and three grandchildren. 4s
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Etta Edenfield Blackwelder, chase. One,will the carpet be in a \ Florida:National Bank I
86, of Worthington Springs, died Jieavily traveled area, or will it ik& i
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Saturday night, Nov. 17, in North be placed in an area such as the 1"" /
.Florida Regional Care Center living room where there is a y Main Office: 105 W. Jefferson St.State 32091((904)) 964-7050.

Gainesville, following an extendedillness. great deal less usage? Certain .'-. ,. .
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Born in Bradford County, Mrs. whereas others less r t. ;. '
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late Rev. I.J.Blackwelder and was a Two. will there be direct light,
member of the Freewill .1
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Baptist Church. or indirect light on the carpet? '..
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Survivors include two sisters, .4
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and several nieces and nephews. best with strong colors, D .. . .
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Baptist Church with Rev. Bud Three and four, will the em- .
Hill and Rev. Nick Daniels of- phasis of the room be oq\ the If s Wise to Shop at a Homeowned
Burial was In New Zion ,
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My Mark F'rkdlinB'T the old pavement on the Interconnecting Columbia was awarded the con- original work was done during pletlon ol uu airport layout plan, which will be beneficial to the city. /"
Starr WriterGood series of runways at the site and tract for the large paving job by the World War 11. considered a necessity for any fur We're running out of parking spaces j
news for local pilots and private plane'owners from area city council in June when it submit The city was awarded two airport ther improvement,of development'. out there right now and I think that !f
private plane owners work is pro counties Including Bradford and ted a low bid of$347,729 for resurfacing Improvement grants from the FAA in the area. is probably an indication of where !
ceeding smoothly at the Keystone Union can look forward to improved the primary runway at the airport in January,one for a total of$355,100 After hearing a recommendation the facility is heading In the future i
Heights Airport as as funds made facilities at the popular airstrip In ,which has deteriorated and has for runway resurfacing and another by consulting engineers Post The airport was originally enlarged ,!
:available from a $358,000 Federal the near future. never been refurbished since the separate grant to finance the come Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan of during the earlydayaoIW.W.I1to ,<,t
Aviation Administration grant are I Orlando the council decided add the accom ate some of the vastnumbers :!" ""
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facilities there. surfaces to the runway as an additional were used In :.' \
Workers subcontracted. by Colum : %:: item on the the contract in the then ferried overseas to the conflict{ ':'
bla Paving Co. of Lake City have r"frt F:1: event that additional funding In Europe. The main runways are .. .. ,
completed'' series ,..'; !: becomes available in the future still surrounded by extensive 'I'. il
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FLORIDA TWIN exploring options to clear and seed he heavy bombers took place. ..:I.\\
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THEATREIStarke runway. 1028.( that the airport, roughly half of ',,;,f: '
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964.545 Work the done under the stipulationsof be a, great asset to the city as the .;:{;
grant should help to alleviate a area grows in the future.The airport .1'
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potentially dangerous situation in layout plan should ,give council "
NOW SHOWING
which the brush and other '
11 members previously unobtainable ,;,
overgrowth have hindered the directional '
Information they can use to their adVantage + N
Nov. 21 thru Dec. 6 abilities of pilots using the as additional requests for1 : AI
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facUity. This can be especially use of the facility come In. ''',:
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hazardous for pilots unfamiliar with, "The potential out there is great 'J""
SupergirlWEEKNIGHTS the layout of the faciltity and even but we need to make sure we have '. .f:',
for experienced pilots at night all the right information before we I +I.'af": ,
Workers were busy this week at continue to' expand the facilities I'. ,
I the facility spraying herbacide Into there" commented Council Chair "; ;\\1
'e .. the cracks In the pavement on the 'man Everett Fox at an .earlier. ', :
'. runway surfaces. The council voted meeting. '"Hopefully this airport .'#
to add the spraying to the contract layout plan will put us in the right, ."i\?\'
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SAT. & SUN. 5:00. 7:00: 9:00 Facelift... Service at the site, recommended of the property to the Keystone ,. ',:.t
Workl'ill contracted the project to the council.: Club and has additional 't.L
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SCREEN 2 Low Back, Pain? t'uvinK nl'\ prepare the, runway at. Young was, selected as Airport .. leases for hay and timber, cutting on 'f!"
Manager
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Nov. 21 & Nov. 22 application.The unanimous vote after offering his r}
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Chuck Norris.in r..n4.'waIJlroJ..ct part at the an W.W. II vintage much of time at the site and has ex Inc., has applied for a new lease at .",'t'
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"Missing In Action"! TREATMENT OF: get ; airstrip which i Iii being Ilianced.., tion and construction work. opera specializes in hard-to-get woods like i
by the Federal Aviation" /\dllalll '
I "iJi, ", ,," ".litrll... ,"The airport was really getting to cedar and cypress for homeowners 4'and !f
WED. & THURS. 8:0d HEADACHESLOW iii;;!( ., .ch
"" !8' '''' .. a point where it needed someone out small businesses.The city council M..J
BACK PAINS there at all times to represent the city is considering the lease request, I';
SCREEN 2 t ," Young stated. "I have been out which has already been approved by ';
NECK & ARM PAINS there for more than four years now the consulting engineers as fitting ':,\
Starts Friday Nov. 23 .. and I think we are really entering a into the Master Layout Plan for the ''i
"Thief of Hearts" NUMBNESS & TINGLINGCall ; .,,,\:...,,.u. '," ,r'. "Y ', period, of. sustained growth there airstrip and the surrounding area. '
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GED Test. For information JIMMY MARTIN ,-,; '

Fri. thru Mon.CHARLES Same Day Emergency Appt. call 964-6150.. The deadline for registering November 22 will four years,you. "". ;,

Complete Family Chiropractic is Diner 6 ,1984.'Testing dates and have'been gone away. '1 ,
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11 Bradford Man Dies driving- under the Influence, :\ H J" f'

f In Hunting Accident ding to Trooper W..D.Langston.
. eman was released after a$325 ;
, Billy Randal Joiner, 44,of Bayless ty bond was posted.
n' Hwy died Sunday-afternoon: after beIng ,
,i;' shot by a 13-year-old boy who
, ; I had shot ai a noise he thought was Steven W. Mickey, 23, of
:' 'r made by a turkey, according to Lt. Park was arrested Nov. 17 for (
L' \./ John Dempsey. ing under the influence and ; L
,''ty 1,:, Joiner was pronounced dead at sion of cannabis according ,
, S-27: p.m. at Lake Butler Hospital Trooper Langston. sp e
after he was taken there in a private ped for unlawful speed and
.vehicle, said Dempsey. tionally charged, his blood
The accident occurred in the New content was .21 percent. Bond
' River area where Joiner and three set at $587.80, Hickey was '
other men were hunting on private on his own recognizance.
property in the same area as the Edward Arthur Langley, 22, ; <
u youth and his adult companion. of Orange Park was arrested
Neither group was aware of theother's I possession, according to
presence. Langston. Langley was a for'a;
Joiner was using a turkey caller as in the Hickey automobile, he
u he hunted. He was hit in the head released on his own'
and chest by one shotgun blast, ac Bond was set at $262.50. !
cording to they by Demp
se and Lt Gary SSeaayd Charles Anthony Luke, 18, ':,:' \ t'l
No charges have been filed in the Starke was arrested Nov. 16 -
shooting.. possession of cannabis and ,
sion of drug paraphernalia, :I

kil Couple ArrestedIn ding to Trooper Langston. Luke .i \
released on his own
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Cocaine BustA Bond was set at $525. !i ,' ',; !:

cocaine deal Nov. 13 capped a William Richard Alvarez, 19, : ;:\
local narcotics investigation that Starke was arrested Nov. 16 \ '!)
netted five people being arrested in possession of cannabis and ;
Gainesville on cocaine trafficking paraphernalia,according to :'I !
charges. (
Langston.Alvarez was released
Cocaine, cash, marijuana and a $525 cash bond. ; :/ ;
truck were seized when agents made ;;
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the arrests late Tuesday night. An James Abelardo Madarjaga,24
undercover agent had purchased Gainesville was arrested Nov. 14 1 ; rf'
several ounces of cocaine from the no valid driver license, according .
five people Involved, according to Trooper Williams. Madarjaga :
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the Gafnesville-Alachua County released after a $50 cash bond ; ;

Unit.Narcotics and Organized Crime posted. :

''Arrested were Donald Atwater Michael Erwin Asher, 28of !
Mallard, 31 and his wife Aida ford County was arrested, Nov. 14 :
Mallard, 33, of Keystone Heights, Center In Starke. Boys 11 to 18 years Ruth, Pat., Betty & Margie > <
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James E. Hall III, 33, Vanessa I of age are! Invited to attend. v*
Virginia Hall,24,Karen Krawiec 21. _, W
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all of Gainesville. All were chsrg&Iwith iC ,* * * * * * * *'* "" ":;:
trafficking in cocaine and conspiracy -
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Agents said they expect more arrests .* .
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Starke* Fire Calls ttowMqntMy Payments ; I


The i" Starke Fire Department W1985' ''NO DOWN 1985 NO DOWN ," :}

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month of October, according to deg PAYMENT PAYMENT )4.$1OP,79 ,
:: Assistant Fire Chief Dewayne ''I -7S '.'
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County Rescue and three runs were ,! r ,.
to brush and trash fires.One run was : ; un 35 i
to clean up muratic acid spilled at ; 103
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the Eagle Army Navy Store. One 'S, : : i5 4 .
call was mutual aid to the county Security Deposit '125.00 Security Deposit *129.00 *', .
volunteer fire department north of I r Chevette Hatchback Coupe Total Payments '5077.92 S-10 Pickup Total Payments '4960.80 *,
Lawtey to an accident with a possible a ,
hazardous material leak. One :, .. o'' This is' just a sample of, our Low, Low Payments. '
1 fire call was to a gas tank on fire on a "
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Arrests weekday, Richard and his guests promote positive and entertaining '
The following arrests were made attitudes towards exercise and nutrition. S : -7 The All New Spectrum Is HERE:; *
during the first part of this month in With unlimited energy and unpredictable humor, Richard will *
Bradford County according to local motivate you to turn your life around to find a better way to health \ Spectrum Is Chevrolet's all-new; front-wheel 1 '
authorities. 1// and happiness. Give yourself a lift and join hint on Lifetime. ,' e . __drive, 4-passenger entry Into the subcompact 1p'
Dennis Melvin Rucker, 50, of .
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arrested Nov. 10 l0aslyst rssas
Jacksonville was '
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for driving under the influence and The Richard Simmons *
no valid driver license, according to =--Hatchback Coupe that features sportiness and
Deputy Eugene Lee. Rucker was 1 y (mini-wagon cargo-carrying: capacity, and d *'
released after a $535 surety bond Show c 4-door Notchback Sedan model with standard I
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Spectrum 2-dr. Hatchback Coupe convenience. Designed and produced by *
of Brad-
Carol Elaine Burton arrested 18 Nov., 7 fort Every weekday at 9:30: : am and 6:00: pm on Channel 21' Isuzu Motors for Chevrolet.- ..........
ford County was sad end 48.moat sass. aatundible Mcurtty d.ptlit,plus tint pnyment dui it.w.mry..esvu on ou.uuu mUll and tcc UMt mill!,M .
valid driver license,according to ., *
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Trooper B. A. Williams. Bond was "
set at 950.}Burton was released on .. _ABC"-I-, '.'imwrt fttntaMBradford ,..' I
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school), 90 days court s supervision. Hwy IQO W Keyionn Height* '
George H. Pierce In Bradford Coun
Change of Plea ((904U7J-J&6
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ty Traffic-Criminal Court November
David Ballingor disorderly intox- froedemor eta
5 were 86 cases.The following defendants
ication, six: months ,
probation $75
appeared and received final The following defendants entereda cost. '
disposition: change of plea November 9 in "; L
James Franklin Bryant driving Bradford County Court Robert Lee Yeager drfrlng while
mwnmmiHii.i.nmiHBMHuiiimii iiiniiumuuuiijnaaBBBBiBnffiinTm
while intoxicated, fined $544, license
intoxicated, fined .
$350 license
suspended five years, Salvation Ar- Horace Wayne Hunzeker driving suspended ,five six' months "
Gold
my supervision one year, must at- while Intoxicated, 30 days in jail on probation Bradford years Kist Inc.
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tend driving while intoxicatedDWI weekends, license suspended 10 Clinic. .'.,guidance ,, ,
( ) school, complete 50 hours years, $1,069 fine, DWI school, Yeager leaving scene of accident,
community service work Salvation ARmy supervision six $150 fine, restitution for damage. Christmas Shopping List;
William Frazier driving while In- months. Yeager disorderly intoxication,
toxicated, fined $544, license Hunzeker driving while-license $50.cost. ,
: suspended five years, attend DWI suspended, dismissed by the state ':" )

,, school, Salvation Army supervision attorney. ,: Pony Saddle Pleasure Saddle
one year: Misdemeanor
Frazier no valid driver license, David Wayne Jones driving while Court.
pay $45 cost.Frazier intoxicated, dismissed by state at 1i&. Package with Saddle Pad, Bridle

no tag, pay $15 cost. torney. Bruce Edwin Hopkins ''carrying Saddle' Bridle, Blanket $
Scott E. Everett driving while in- Jones wilful-wanton reckless driving concealed weapon, 60 days proba- 2 5 0
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toxicated, fined $281.50, license $1,000 fine,'DWI school, 30 days tion, $35 cost (violate. no laws or 30 16000Simco ,
suspended six months,50 hours com- court probation.Jones days in jam.) ..
munity work, attend DWI school, unlawful speed, fined$64. John William Woodard worthless
Salvation Army supervision. I check,make restitution and$25 cost. ,
Everett. careless driving, fined Walter Lee Henderson wilful- Simon McCloud petit theft,60 days Barrel Racer
$29. wanton reckless driving, fined probation,30 hours community work $
Rod Elmore Parker driving while $62.50. with Salvation Army. 380 .
intoxicated, fined $281.50, license Martha J. Crews worthless check, I
suspended six months,50 hours com- Percy Sonny Moody wilful-wanton make restitution and$25 cost. 2 Left
munity work, attend DWI school reckless driving, $281.50 fine, 30 JoeDavid Raulerson possession of
Salvation Army supervision. days in jail, DWI school. cannabis and possession of drug Remember to order Saddles Now"
Parker improper muffler, fined paraphernalia, 30 hours under court
$15.Michael Ulysses Roberts driving while in- supervision $35 cost. rI
Starrs no valid driver toxicated, fined $1,069, DWI school, David Jim Browning consuming Saddle Pads .
license, $35 cost and produce licenseor license suspended ten years. alcohol in public five Wed.. and five -
pay $55.25 fine. Sundays in jail. Gold Klst
Richard Eugene Clark driving Earl Webb'Thigpen wilful-wanton Steven M. Griffis consuming 10 % Off
while license. suspended or revoked, reckless driving, fined $544 license alcohol/ public 50 hours communi- Horse Supplement:
pay $25 cost.Brenda suspended five years, attend DWI ty work pay $35 cost.
Williams Henderson no Block 331/3 Ib
Zimectrin Wormer
valid driver license, pay$59.25 fine. .
Philip W. Hinson no valid dirver DON'T FUSS, CALL USMike's $6.50each
license, $59.25 fine. 9.50 .
dismissed.Hinson failed to report accident, Auto Electric

Hinson careless driving, fined$29. & Good Selection of Martha Josey's Splint Boots
Richard Wayne Mikell no valid
driver license, produce license and Radiator Service
pay $25 cost or pay$55.25 fine. ... Anti Freeze S'purs'Ut1ROOUCN
Mikell no tag, pay $25. 473-7557, G '
Ronald Alan Morrison wilful & $ Q75 Kids, Youth
wanton reckless driving, pay $50 Hwy'21 & Cargo Way Keystone Heights O by the case

cost.William Albert McDaniel no valid Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters' Silver Barrel Racer

driver license, fined$55.25. Saturday 8-12
8-5
Kenneth D. Keith driving while Monday Friday Key Chain
12% Southern Horse Pellets
license suspended, produce valid H tfBBHBIBBUBH New

Last PreregistrationIn "AIR CONDITIONING & HEATINGNEW Protein$M2.00 Fat :2.50"Fiber 9.00 8.50

Starke For SFCCA INSTALLATIONS j

special evening preregistrationsession .SERVICE ON ALL MAKES .
for the Winter Term at Santa y '
B riu HEAT PUMPS
Fe Community College in
Gainesville will be held Monday oIC e ENERGY.SAVING UNITS: ,
evening November 26, from 6 to 7 .MASTER ; "
p.m. at the SFCC Starke Center office INSURED & BONDED '" I
in Bradford High School.
t REASONABLE RATES
Students planning to take classes in
Gainesville but wishing to register APPLIANCE
through the Starke office, must SINCE, 1969
register by November 28. After that WAYNE KINNEY
date all registration for classes in -
Gainesville will be at the Santa Fe. : .
FLECTnCAL NjATIKGAIR COND
Main Campus. FWGobbIo
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SUSAN'S BACK I Ihamplons .
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDSi Perfect.for painting .MIM6SA' :MANOR '' ,MOBILE HOME: .OOKKEEPIRI ACCOUNT ANTIEstabll.h. Trevel AS/- '

to tha Bradford County drawing covering f urn ture, kid PARKiMoblle homes and spaces for\, ed firm in Starke has opening for a parson To Open Dec:. 15
Telegraph' office writing and paid In. to color' on. etct $300 per roll. .. Recreational ,vehicles welcome... qualified 'In accounting and bookkeeping 131 N,Temple Ave' rtJJilIcsar
}advance unltt credit .1.I .already TELEGRAPH 135 W. Call St. 9646305.2e' Phone'468-2912. 9/16 tfn with some secretarial duties. :
established with this office. CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILERi Fifth. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTiOne mile Prefer a mature dependable, .Individual (!
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Wheel. $2.993. Call 964-5606. 10/23 tfn from Starke. city limits Clean No1 will to accept ,9 position of I
'. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SHAKLEE USERS Lost your source? Permanent -' children or pets. Hwy ,16 W. Call responsibility. Call for appointment Subscr.beInSfark / .REALT ,{
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\CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AO IS. TAKEN OVER residents will supply. Just call 463-1323. 10/07 tIn : day ,9646197 nights 469-2340. 11/15 'j
THE TELEPHONE, Jo.,. 964-4223 or 3728962. 1 j j/Ot 4tchd CLEAN MOBILE HOMESfor rent. On Hwy," 2tchg 11/22
.Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY 11/22 16 W. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. THE FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUARD Is ; PHONE 944.7774
;NOON, prior to Thursday publication. SHAKLEB USERS Lost your source? Per.manent 10/07 tfn looking for young HS. grods, Interested *' j I
.*>Minimum charge I I. 13 wordt for$3.7S residents will supply), Just call STUDIO APARTMENTiWeekly monthly. ,In construction, electrical Call Mon'. 205 N. Tempi Starke i

,then. 10 cent for each word thereafter. Joy, 964-4223 or 372-8963. it/01 4tchg ral... Palms Apartments, 2314 N, Temple plumbing, metal, working, water and '1
$> -.....*? 11/22 Ave, 7/28 tfn waste, masonry heavy equipment ,
CALL and other field. 361-4 BR 2 ..A'on:, 3 plus ,I''.
operator
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TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON PICANSU-pkk .30 cent 4 pound. FOR RENT BY MONTHiW/SwImm engineering
,FCAN (Florida Oo lfled Ad Network). 964-6530.il/13ttntchg ing pool. Maid service, linens Included.. Earn While, Your Learn. Contact TSG Ac. Pond. 42500. SPECIAL .'

,Fpr; $123 ((23.wordt), your ad will go InJto -. ROLLS OF HAYiOrder your hoy\ for the Restaurant and lounge on premise*..' Carl Slavers at 904-533-2368 ext, 3306 381-Lt.. Commercial ad.
NEW LISTINGS' Priced to .ell. Brkk 3 BR 2
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Monday thru Friday 11/22 11/29 2 89 0(. $19.000. low dawn ,
36 Florida newspapers, (dailie* and winter and leave It under my'barn' until Utilities. Included 3OO/mo. Free parkIng -. 2tehg
weeklies) for.a circulation of 1,000,000 .needed. Rolls-,'of Alicia'*25 at barn; Econo, Lodge! of Starke. 964-7600 DRY WALL FINISHERi Needed Immediately. payment ., \tBA CHftA. Be't location; Chain link fence.
readers. Make that money'work for Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.sk> at barn, 3/03 tfn Call' 782-3949, Itchg 11/23 358-2 BR, 3 BA 1981 ,MH $49,000. Auum \\'A\ % Mlg. Mo, Pmt.

{you...Sell the FCAN way. ,Call, !Argentina Bahla $20 at born J Hay barn NOW TAKING APPLICATIONSfor 4 BR. 2 TEXAS REFINERY CORP. 'needs,mature with 2 Ac. Furnished.. Fenc I ,927.09, .........
'964-6305, ask for Sylvia Toda.,. 7 miles North of Starke on Rd. 16. BA apt. For more Information call Lake. person now liv, the Jtorke or_. ed. $30,000, t I IC3803 .
*" r.. DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY t, Delivery available at extra Charge. Butler' Apts., 496-3141 Equal Oppor. Regardless of experience writ A.B. BR, 1 BA' Mfi \'n'10 ,'ATTENTION) DEVELOPERS INVESTORS Beautiful
; 782-3727 or 964-6167. 11/15 tfn tunlty Hou.lng.7 tfnchg '. Sears, Bolt 711. Fort,Worth TX 76101. A. lowtey, W1.500J Good ,\housing development paved road*, except terms ,'

HOMES FOR SALE UTILITY BUILDINGiWIred forj washer, LOG SPLITTERiFo rent by day or hour ? 1tpd 11/)2 1. owner: term*. ,by owner. Call far more Info. ,."
;:!, dryer and freeier, very nlcej J Antique Call 964-6974 10/4 Ifn. FEDERAL STATE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS. ,REAL ESTATE INVESTORS)'We have |ust listed seven >

satin drapes, off white, 3 double and 2 MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BR '\ /AVAILABLE! Call l-(619)( ) 569-8304 for ((7)) excellent rentals Five duple* and 2 h_.. ,." "
WE BUY First and Second Existing Mortgages singles, with shears and rods. Almost across from Lake Geneva, $135 per ..Info. 24 hours. 11/22 3tpd 12/06 All are rented end have a positive cash How,
', and also originate home equity new, 782-3419 or 7823666. 11/15 tchgXMAS month. Furnished or unfurnished G SPACIOUS BRICKi 3 BR, 2 BA. Isrge great room ,
'loAns. Call Liz Langley at 9645010. TREES 4737560. Bill 9/27 tfn LAND FOR SALE w/flreplace. Double garage, Builder will finish to '. '
8/09 tfn Choose ft cut live tree from 2,000 shaped TRAILER SPACE? AVAILABLEUnder new" *ult your taste or yew can finish et a reduced price. ; I

BY') OWNERt Quiet close, .convenient.'Spacious pine ft cedar. 1-10 W to Hwy. 123 exit at manogemenf (Bradford Motel). Call; ,.: ONE ACRE 'LOT facing Forsythe Road.. ,: ,, GREAT MAINTENANCE FREE HOME In county.Conv "

4 BR 2 BA. Lots of storage..Chalnllnk Glen St. Mary's, go 12 ml. N. on Hwy. 964-5332 for Information. 9/27 tfn $3,000. $300 down $73 per,mo. Call I to fawn, fruit ft oak'tree*.4Vfc r.... old.' Ixc."buy .
; carport workshop. Pecans. 123. Watch for signs. 2597416. 11/22 3 BR BLOCK HOMEi A/Heat. Stove. 964-5606., 10/4 tin 131 N.Temple Ave.tarkeFI at $5'.500.DISCOVER .
0'' .96 acres. Good gardening. Down pd 12/20 refrigerator furnished. '$380' per mo. 1.7 ACRES off Breaker Road (CR '227)). $ 32091 A WORLD OF BLISSFUL IVACY. Within

.payment Assumable, ,mor'aage. YORKSHIRE PIGSt $30 ea. Weigh' 30 Ib.. Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn 4000. $400 down, $75 pervmo. Call STROUTREALTY tfils new stone & cypress, dramatic contemporary ona ':
964.5610. 8/30 tfn ea. Call 9647823. Itpd '11/22 TWO HOUSES FOR RENTI3 bedroom. 2 '964.5606.1014 tfn 10 A(. site In the city: Sumptuau4 touches Include
60. S.WATER STREET By owner. 3 BR, CB 1974 32 TRAVEL TRAILER Etra nice. bath. Completely remodeled.. .Storkearea. 14% ACRES off Forsythe Road, $1,995 : gorgeous wallpaper,, 2 fireplaces. BR, 2 BA with
',!\om.. 1.468-1323.11/08 Hn. ..$3500. Call 964.6020. Itchg 1V22 4737832. 11/01 tfn oer acre. Has a Jorge'pond. $2,000 NCOWOIATIO9MB93I exe. traffic pattern. $136.000.WE .
TRAMPOLINE SALEi at,$299 Go- 1 BR, 3 BA MOBILE HOMEiKeystone -.
Starting ; down $200 per ,"0. Call 964-5606.10/4 ARE PROUD TO OFFER one of Bradford Count '.
CARS ft TRUCKS CartsMotorcycles.: CURLESUXYCIES, Heights area. 473-7832. 11/01 tfn tin 473.30,6"Trampolir ,
truly luxurious homes situated' 'ram"th.'
U.S. 301 S. 9646020. Itchg 1 1/22 MOBILE HOME WITH EXPANDO LIVING 20 ACRESsof' land $1,000 ocre.Hampton. eeross
79 LINCOLN TOWN CARS Good condo BIO BRAHMA BULK$1.000. Col,1782-3834 ROOMi2 BR. No pets. $225/mo. $173deposit. For Information,call" 468-1949 11/15 Country Club. Extraordinary privacy end graclou
available thl 9 BR, 2VI brick home.
'$3,730. Can be seen at Olln's MH Sales.Hwy or 782-374U Itpd 11/22 I i Call after 6, 964 6054. 11/01 living are In BA
100. Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn REGISTERED BAY GELDINGi 4 *rs. old. 3 tfn MOBILE HOMES ,... An uncommon concept of living.' Superb condition,
ONE BEDROOM A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLSi !
bars X loo breeding. K. FURNISHED .' Beautifully
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97 CHRYSLERi 4-dr. Sedan black. Good .
..cond.$1,000.:Can be seen at Olln's MH 964-7983. Itpd 11/22 DUPLEXtPart of'utilities.furnished. No FOR SALE: ,constructed white brick, 4. BR,' 3 IA w/swlmmlng- ,
children 9645464. 11/22 tfn pool. Designed with the family In mind. "
Sales. Hwy. 100. Call 9645606. 10/25 QUARTERHORSE SALEs McGinrr Ranch no pel. Factory Dlreif
tfn Specials. AA Broodmare, 11 >!ln foal to SMALL' HOUSE ON SPRING LAKEr $190 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy. -lay.A:Way now.'fa". ,SMASHING,.CONTEMPORARVi. '2-tory, ..dar""at,
'83 LINCOLNi ..4-door Signature series, big black TB. Due Feb.. $2,300. '84 per mo. Call 964-6020. Itchg 11/22 301 N, Starke. Come see Dee Ramon Chritrmot, ,Country Club 2584 *q. ft., on 2 lot. ...ut. In.ul. '
like new. 17700. Loan value, 16000. Panama Jet colt, $1200\ Have! more. 2 BR MOBILE HOME Furnished carpet for the bargains.. 964-4414 or 964-4778. Fireplace. 3 ,r... eld. SP $173.000 mtg. $73.000 at
82 Jeep Cherokee, with Laradopackage. 964-5078. Itpd 11/22: new curtains. Clean Not In MH park 4/26 Hn $25" Down 9'1.". Mo. Pmt:$ 98.9t.
10800. 473-2214. 11/01 tfn B FT. SLIDING GLASS DOOR with screen, Nice ,ard. Call 9645630. Itpd 11/22 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Keystone 8ft. x 12 ft. -$235'' ROOM 1O ROAMI 2543 .... ft. home Is located ooSW

1977 BUICK-CENTURYFalr condition askIng good 'shape.. $73; WESTINGHOUSE. 2 BR HOUSE IN TOWN Unfurnished. Call Heights.: : 3 ,BR' acros* from Lake '13 It. Round -$299 Ac. w/3 BR. 3 BA ft CH/A.SI05.000. '
$600, full equlped 964.8663. 11/15 STOVE drop-In, green-i .'-$'00. Call 'alter V p.m.. 9644789. Itchg 11/22 Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down. -HOME ft APPROX, 49 ACRES HWY,.229i $99.000.
2 BR MOBILE HOMEi Adults only. No '
tfntchg 9648016. .Itpd 1,1/22 Mutt remain on lot, for five years.. Assm. mtg. of: approx. $48.000 It 9% mo. ,pint
152.19<
IS IT TRUE, YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR, COLOR TV: $99 and Op. Next |to Starke pet..964.76190r964-8614.1tchg 11/22 4737560. Bill.\ 9/27 tfn X1 ,7$ '$915.69. 2nd mtg. far $20.000 at 13% by ow_..
Truck Stop, south of Storke.:,,964-82121 2 BR HOUSE, UNFURNISHED 708 7525385: ; lok ,
$44through the U.S. government Get 3 BEDROOM M/Hfurnlhed 'J14'o r. I'Y HAMPTON LAKEf Redwood'ft brick 3 BR, 2 BAhome.
964-5882. $160 mth. plu*
McMahon St.
the facts today! Call .13127421142Ex 11/24 tfnFROZEN fenced $20.000. Call between noon. 8 6 Fireplace. ft scrn'd parch; on landscaped ac.
807N. Itpd
$75 Thompson.
bolt deposit
FOOD CASE. Coke box, live
964-5928. 12/6
ll/134tpd
609. 11/15 4tpd 12/06 pm 'plus lot. $94,200.
:.
tub with and Call 11/22 .
WjCHSVY CITATIONi 4 dr., hatchback. screens riot. I ;'SECLUDED CMARMINOv 2-story,.S BR, S'/i" BA.
964-7499 _...'Itchg 11/22 THREE BEDROOM HOUSE with central COMMERCIAL I Shop & Compare! ;
27 miles per gal. $3,000. Call 964-8520 17 FT. TRAILBIAZER TRAVEL I TRAILER heat and ;air. No pet*. $273 month. PROPERTY- ctuij( tnsuruin.' for CHI A. Sep. office In city llm. Fish fond on 7 Act See
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after 6 p m. Itpd 11/22 11/22 \ RENTLEASErqry1iMls'onry to bellevel SP Now (9,900.
,.76 CHRYSLER NEW YORKERt 2-door.. ,2-30 Ib., toilet gas bottles air conditioner, electric! waterheater hitch .3$100.ROOM depo.lt.FURNISHED 9647824..EFFICIENCY-Itchg MobiUlljime ,Harkifoi -$3 .SOOt Will buy" thl* 3 M,, IV" ..A'icH.I,.. .1r'COiMtryuFlreplace.e'eck < ,, \ ,:;
$3 3. Phone 964v7 25VVp* H22 .. ... r.a -" :: 'IL.1>''p''I\-: nm '- ; 'ft.petle.r.A4) Clrwl...drivel .v., .
r.cjiirzsjfeaft.yj/2! ; ttn1 ,( ;
| T (f SIJI .::.-.C. p .. except re t. J': ; ..<, Ul..u".o.nOII'f.lffl/\ .. "
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-:1' :;* p'li.le COMMtRClAt-OAK( PlAZAf Ju.t 1,"of Mmltsjnext
7, FOIIIDr.F1 8fd nllf iJ.r.3Ql w8.. .*js>i.' for'other .xtra i' :f'tI I ; ,. "'RJfli'N"0" \ >>* building at corner. of I : : 1I City
on II lOB 4tpd 11/29 -WeekMonth. Calf' In'ubllt) lilI11t to future home,of Starke C;..yiler-Plymovth 13
; V-8 4 .p. O.D., PS. new starter, MAGNOLIA HOTEL ea f A Thompson ,St. On* block tell available "
condition. Asking, 4000. Nego.; 3 CHICKEN HOUSESi30 x J5OO call from City Hall. Make an offer ((904)) ., ,Call (or, Quote, *' ,
gopd
Stark p. '
Across O.
from V4 landcaped
trade for 964-7893 also 3 big 42": fans. j164.78rf.111154tchg 336-6849. 'Clyde W. Simpson 1119.om.tt BR. 3 BA ON MORGAN RDi .Beoutlfully -
will consider partial motor
or BR APARTMENT "
12/6 UNFURNISHED 2 Olln't .Mobile with swimming ) surrounded by chain
I Bank Building. Jacksonville. Fl poo
Call 964-7793 after ,
cycle. weekends.p.m. HAY FOR SALECow Hay $1.50 a'bale.Coastal ,DUPLEX Available Nov 1. $235 permo.JlOO 32202 10/25.tfn' : ,link fence, paved driveway, $12,340,, ,
weekdays anytime on. Burmda hors hay $4.25' Bale, ..c:. deposit' 122 N. Myrtle Home Sales OVER 100 FT ON IAKE BROOKLYN) By. Approx. 393 I
'68 FORD FAIRLANC: 299. AT, R&H, Vt all: ... St. 964-8944. 11/01 tfn
500 Bale* available each. 483-1037j Elaine l ,M. Olln ft. deep w/small cottage. $27,000.
original. Must see to appreciate. $550. UPSTAIRS OFFICES IN DOWNTOWN Agent .
11/14 2tchfl 11/22 FOR SE' 3 BR, 1% BAi $37,100. Brick, CHiA. $32.000 mtg.
43-3553, llchg 11/22 WILL SELLtBeautlful wooden building 12', STARKEi. Newly' remodeled w/centrol 954-5608$ price ff you qual if.,. 104 Long St.
4800 So.
Ft
heat and air conditioning Located at 4800 or i I
it 20 nice sliding, big window; *, large -70S W. CALL STi Only $35,0001'"autlt'ully appointed
.E of Call A Thompson St. Contact ,Bldg. On Prime
S
REAL ESTATE doors, portable, $1493 will deliver or > corner 2 BR living end dining
super rooms*
Freeman III. 964-3888. 301 Hwy Frontage
OUT OF AREA build on your lot. 1-777-3735 11/15 11/01 4tchg 11/22 Register_ )1ICaU'.6020. Steve. Broadway -NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKiOn JV.. Ac. located .

t 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSEt No children, no TREE SERVICE Roberts Rd. off Rd. It, 3 BR. 3 BA. CHftA. Carport.

., MOTORCYCLES p.... $300 month plus $150' sec, dep. .-10 ACt Fenced. 3V Ml, S. at..Starke, $''.too.
BAR/PACKAGE COMBINATIONl I 'Fire Lane No. 45, Klngsley .lake. Kcmmul l Owner fin. available.US .
Alligator Point 40 'miles SW of 1978 SUZUKI MODEL lOOt Only, 2600 533-2789. 11/08 tfn' :CREDIT-I'DENIED, ?' TRY" US, '.*' Tji-jnimiig SOl FRONTAGEt.ApproxJ 1 ml. S. 2 Ac Iot.15 ..

Tallahassee, 125'x276 commercial mile*.Call 473-2214.10/18 tfn KITCHENETTES: Weekly. All 'utilities, 'J AC.;ONLY $33.000:10 Ac.Imp.past.. 5 Ac. 1 ,Ac.
waterfront. Includes house.. and fishing 1978 HONDAtSOO. $400. 96+4499. 11152tchfl turn. Maid service and sleeping rooms.Underwood .New 1985 2 BR Mobile Home Slump Hl'mo\'ul: lake w/flh. By owner.
dock. Everything go. 185000. .11/22 Motel\ Hwy 301N. 1tchgBROOOKL Fin'\\'nc' t 'HOME ft 2 LOTS IN CITY $159"
9Q.4/349.9218111/22 Icon_ I. LAkESmok.'rls" subdivUslon mo. .* Frv yKstmuiti473473i':! -DOUBLEWIDEc Crosby Lake Inlet. $37,900.LAKE .
YARD SALEFRIDAY 2 BR 1 BA,., wall to wall carpet New 14x70 3 BR, 2 BA -ALTO ESTATES 2 BR MH: 9X fln.-$29.000.
lOST IFOUND $219'* ?, : i.TIRMS OF n% POSSIBIE-1& cleared
central heat pnd, air .' stove ,and mo. ac. w/approx.
SATURDAY '-3. New used I' ,refrigerator. No pets. $300 per month. : 'NO MONEY DOWN After ,5 P.M., ; '700' on Hwy 301 $, me.. 2 deep wells,' 3 septic ..nkl..
LITTLE Call 964-3663. 11/15 4tchg 12/06 t MH.; Butler Bldg. Stocked pand creek.LOVELY .
MISSENGi BLACK AND WHITE PUP qualified
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tools, furnishings ft clothes., sporting 315 N. Clark goods St., PY :. Pit bull terrier. She Is ,wearing." a, ON HAMPTON LAKE 2 BR with screened ,. to buyer Keysione"H g' is GROUNDS ftMH.. Klngsley Lk. Estates. ,
housewares
for free credit
Call approval
d green collar last seen on Scott Road.Nov. porch. Completely' furnished. Utilitiesprovided. Licensed & InsuredVACUUM. *. 4 #
10/23 tfn
Information Good fishing and boating. Mr Ford ((904)) 4737237LONGCHAMP IYIG'LAYI.Noun.w..n.
SALEtlnslde ,rain 0" shine 13. Reward $15 for return.Any "" ,
GARAGE cHlldrens call 533-2086. Answer* to $250 mth.. ,$$q., dep Call 468-1777. :MUOOOO9U.netJOHN ..
and
clothing.
men women OMINI SXl-im HtVINO CIA. Jl M4-7IU
Baby Items. Frl, 9-3. Sat., 9-2. CR 225between the name "Spooky"- .11/22. 2tchg 11/29 Itchg 1122Plumbing ,. TOMMY CHAtT AIM. H4-4I1.. MAXINI SOOTH 4M-IM7.
1 -- NQ1/lIwA.a... 7454 'wATHlDOUOLA.**< ...,
lawtey, ft Prison. 1 VIS 2tpd I' : <
OA VK>0000..127e"I'
11/22 HOMES ?, SALE
SATURDAY, 9.31 Couch and two chairs;' '.'

stove lots of m.n. children, women Supplies, \ NEW & USEDw .
i ; '
clothes..'2 miles south on' Hwy 100 : INC.StorkV ." > financeK1RBYS hur ()Wlt ''Ii" '. '
'toward Keystone, ttchg 1 122v. .1' \I '
FromDur 'I: THANKGIVING
:
SALE OF ML SALES : Florida
KUYALS,
Huge 4 family yard sale. Two miles east '- Brick Veneer Home*
Bedroom
3 ;
ranee U ; KUHKKA.SIIOOVEKS, .NO'lEMa R' 22 ;
of 301 on SR 16. Green house on right. :
Friday and Saturday. 964.7161;, Itpd, & -1' 2. Bath'CH/A, ; : Carport. ; Utility Room] .. '
; '
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ELECTKOLl'X
pump :orpetlng.
j s x OnYourLotStarting'At
!Clay Hill Feed .. KILTER. .. QCEKNSSEAKS .
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) : Supply' ,Co. vU.S. t C & 'C'. Nt-f.\

J 282-1063. ddUborg : lMI\JEH I\t1Y t' Lt\O"'t'

.50 ib.. Supr Block . .$7.73 301 N.-'''' N. Tempi* 9647061We ; : \\v repair\ .all m Mini-Storage O !
.S, \ hi; Supr Block, ,$6700 Stark*, Florida II. $34,500,00I" \ l
t Or $64.00 Ton Al I
i"ina" Young 30r.Sowth-Storke'
.100 lb l2iHof, .et, .'. :.$8.73 ( Different Plan a Ig't t Hwy
'. 4%.to 13-. i Ml I. $. el Shopping Center
100 Ib. Whole. Corn.:. ...'." -?-.,:. ,$ .50 Drill Wells ,Al.a_ ''ntere.tSJortlnQ have let & Acreage at ', For Sale Since 1957 2Z'' .'

-2'L to,6" .Sff te.Licenced I : !olnfootlon.! 9646853: 964-6918, .:: : 964-6020
II. Coil :3> Miles nortli ofM """I
.*Rooms '" ,. US 3fli j

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'To' Rent *. LAKE BUTLER CBS 1 BR. 1% BA.Vinyl}\ .
.::1"* floor CH utll: ..., garage 1404ea *ML \" ::

VVeeBy; :*M6nthtyOr ft.' en 'At'IIC.,(weed. 8 creekon:, E.I' Janet M. CarpetCleaning. '((AntfJ{$ Scot hgar

'. side,1} _Concrete driveway on I paved :foTngRealtor// ,Room \4"-95 I. is \
,Bytho Night street near school 9 blks. off SK121tnke
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"loc'citecfby' ; '. ......... Carpenter/painter. .,.may AHaliv},. Ji'<"* Available,:'

"pst Of fJce earn vp to $4,000. revalriieo. the house, Sail is Also Available .I
'Storke, (Deep Extraction ) l'g
down1./ 5'
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RatesMagrioliaHolel_ and us* the $4,000 as ,payment. -J'/i-TO.A .;:.$2,000: per : > 1
*,Reaspnable : Sat* prk* $".800. Cash pawn |I .S ...c..: .Pv'd: frntg.' Special I tlh'( '., on., ,. Hair..3 BM) 59
; l payment .1..... By owner, 17594149 $12.500. \.Wh9Ie'.Hp ., > :. :

*r 1.7M-eM eve. i,., I ,,-20 Ae.J-Cov'd Ir, plne\, .<'(.9X,1,2)>. ,:,,' ,yFurniture ,; 5g9i' ,;.1,

SO ,.C.1 $50,000..STATELY .
OLDER HOME.. ,Cleaned (S. i& hav};:'; '

'_REMOTE 3 11t. 2 BA QUIET$43.000., .SSTiNG.2 > *'tootpeHgly/. 'l $
,' 14Av,BR.$ ,75Qperae.;2 BA $37,750! Serving ,Bradford f &' Union r Co. and surrounding : areas' "

) _3: BB.. 2 BAt Country. Florida & Co. '
( AUTOMATIC $25.500 : FINANCING AVAIL:ABLE f I ,Carpet Cleaning Dye,

',FEED STORE "43.00Qi. 'GOOO' -' (Llcen8adI_& hiswed) (Hasidantiat &_$.WMrCI8! :) .1:, t

!LIQUOR STORE Jon. 'ttsls SpcKleue S.....-"':*boif surrewnded by'.Urge ROfES .L .Sfi IJ I .' .I'
,AND LOUNGE STATION Fsfta.it" trees on IV* ec..lot l In tewnt; BxceHswt location.J I 'wrl> ijSJMiiiffs, W 'i Trt,. > ** jVrt j ,I

tSEHVICE' $,0,000. ) '-, i :Won't tort (en'Crtl Today" .AsKF; ,_ specialize W ctoninl and re-dyE o of wail to wMteafp! *), ttirilturerj' I,. r

., ; lntfandlnsio 4MndefaiHng.WBOfl fbirlonr rr>.weillftiitf ct : J I ". '
:e3 B*; $9S,0( M '''* FAULKNERRIDDISH'
.rcw'4 t09'f t. SUSAN R* 964-404*' SaWerCimgr"--.", ti1ti !A"eoge i"---rg" I. '1F ,- iC: 'lif\.t'f\ :'
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'944.50S5 or .
: ;! }';;;.*" I mA'TWIN *<>W1N< $; INC*.' I*'"* '. Call ''l96 4981 : ,::1Ca1t.,1'kf 1 ;,: '" ..1Answer ,\\{

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Union County, AdsFOR : ,. .: ii, I"o\; /' .. 'I IIC"'RYSLl I' SALE ON 1985 DODGE COLT



I ,,- I R! 4 Door, 5 Speed
RENT FOR SALE WANTED 1
Air AM/FM Stereo -

GOVERNEMNT r '
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDINO 1MO MERCURY BOBCAT Standard JOBS- Thousand of s
MACHINES FOR RENTi-Unlon' County tr.nsn4ssion.Ir/heat. am/fm radio vacancies mutt be tilled Immediate 5 ?
Time. ISO Main Street lake' Butler. lye $17.634 to S50. tn. Call -798O
",OQ() mile. 26 mpg $2700. Phone .
Phone 496-2361 for \Informotto .1TN 4944417. 1-<:hg 11/21 I 716882.2900, (".31032. pd 11/11.25 I
MOBILE HOME Clean. .IHnl....... 3 $1. 1TO CMVROLff IMPALA 76 Engine, :: Handy Man Part-time steady' : work, I # ,
12' X 65 near Worthington Spring good transportation. Call after 500; exp, nes*, carpentry, plumbing, s ,;+
Adults only. No pets. $333 pec mm. p.m. 4962590. I-pd 11/21 carpeting, some electral/fine MH
plus security, No lease phone 1977 FORD RANGER 4X4, automatic Park 496.2366.68:00 p.m: ufn 11/19 84 Dodge 600 84 Aries
375.8614 (Gainesville). 1-pd 11/21 .a/plt..1 F. shortwhe*) base,tinted GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000$50,000year -
MOBILE HOMI For rant. Country IW- window Biding rear window am/fm possible Guaranteed; Immediate Call List '10,981, 4 or"WlllteAt, CLOSE,OUT 2 Door. PS.

Ing Phone 496-2842. 11/21 1-pd fter.-tree*liJO. $3.000.call 431-1212 fhono .xt.431.1022.403. 803-687-6000 opportunities 11/21-12/13 Ext R-9000 ,4-pd Air PS, PB, AM/FM . NOW *9,753 |PB, AM-FM, List 9132 SALE *8348 ::1..

I-thg; 1121VHFUHF .
INSURANCE
TEXAS REFINERY CORP need mature '
COLOR TV ANNTENNA
person now In Union area.Regardless ...
W/MAST Rotary and booster. County :..u:,.... :_.' M1
of experience writ. A,'. CAR SALE ;,. .. :, .
USED
MAINIS INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. $175.00 or best offer 496-2321 or EilEWUllW: : :: : : ; .:
Sear
Bon 711" Fort Worth)Tx 76101.
Avonuo, take Butler, 496-378. 496.3568.1-.chg 11/21 1 '
-chg ;
Complete Insurance Service TFN. OVER ton( truck.CAi Call SLIDE 496.2611.1-pd IN CAMPER For 11/21 3/4 COORDINATOR Education-Inmate Adult/Vecatlonal. 83 15 Pass. Van! 84 Colt Vista Wgn 83 Jeep ,

1978 81AZERLOADED 2 WD. A/T, Program '
REAL ESTATE A/C P/F. excellent condition. Bachelor degree in Adult/Voca Dual, Air. Cruise, AM-FM, Automatic Transmission 6' //1
tional education, or a Mastersdegree 5 Speed
Serious Inquiries on $4,500. Phone 27,000 miles Air
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LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIICI,OF in AdministrativeSupervision.
PROPERTY If I don't have it. III find 4963279. 1-chg: 11/21 PLUS two years' work experience $7450
It Jut oik. JANE S. USHER In business and industry $11,900 8890
REALTOR. 496.2126 or 496-2903. YARD SALE with on. year In administrative
ovo*. "Your Union County too/tor./ "' capacity. Require extensive travel. : .
8/04 tin Salary: Based on qualifications and 82 Dodge PU 81 Dodge PU 82 Toyota
IIG YARD SALT Matching Sofa and experience. Deadline Open. To apply -
PERSONAL SERVICES"" love Seat Sofa Sleeper, Chair, contact lake City Community College 16', AT, Air Blue & White 2 Door, HatchbackPS t
Stereo, Children clotlis. toy. Mine. Rt. 7 Box 378 lake City, Florida with 6'1 AT 5 Speed
155 N.W. lit St. right across from 32055, ((904)) 752.1822.t.n.lon 313. Topper
,.
CORMAN WILL AND SEPTIC TANK post off Ice. 1-pd 1121MISCELLANEOUS
EA/EO EMPLOYER 1 1121OFFICE
Package deal, 2" or 4" well" water -chg $6450 3990 $5490

pump, now Installation Mptlc 'rtat I
tanks. drain Holds and lift station. '.

Mobil. homo polo available. All 76 Honda 74 Chevy 1 Ton 78 Dodge Wgn
work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- SLIDE-IN CAMPER FOR SHORT WHEEL THE,
man 2752151. UFN 9/1 BASI TRUCK Phon. 431.1022, after
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal 1:30 call 431.1212 ..t. 403. 1-chg: X8'75'X1590 $1300CHRYSLER
and pruning. Also firewood oak and 11/21 '

pin. for sale. Call Thomas Nettle 1 X 10 TENT. Phon. 431-1022, after .SHOP .
4963823. ufn 12/22 1:30 call 431.1212 .xt. 403. 1 I-chg: .
1.1/121 110W;CaliSt.9b4.5764,

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I !Keystone Heights Ads l'a. 1320 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) DODGE 964.6081 '


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_PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED OUT OF PAWN:

.Got Back Trouble?*
_CARPENTER WORKi R.mod.ling.work, TEXAS. REFINERY CORP. need mature Starke Ads GAINESVILLE SUN American Hamilton
kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry.Reasonable person now In Monitor area. CIRCULATION MANAGERThe Aquamatlc Mod.IIC.20.
prices, Call 473-401. after Regardless of experience, write A.B. DISTRICT $100.00 '
5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg Sear. Box 711, Ft., Worth TX 76101. Exercise weight ,
CARPET AND VINVLi Repairs ana. Installation Itchg 11/22 WANTED t full-time
for
Gainesville Sun is now accepting applications a bench,complete. '
.. Fr. estimate.. Ten
year for the Bradford: Clay (Union $35.00
.xp.rl.nc. Call 473-4217 and ask for ,"L' District Circulation Sales Manager ;
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS AXLES ft TIRESt TWO axles and four tire*. County circulation areas. We are looking for a goal-oriented individual New 2-Eye Wood

HANDYMAN All kind. of home repair, Highest price paid. Green' Welding who is able to motivate and deal effectively with people. ,Heater.
Shop. 301 South Starko Ft.. 964-5007.
ANONYMOUS Closedmeeting. $ $.00
need
mobllehome and fix
No |lob too repair small. Minor-up plumbing Monday 8 p.m. Open 11/03tfnchg ,.*. Responsibilities include supervision, recruitment and training of 25" Color ConsoleTruTone

repair, Cleaning service. Light haulIng meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Monday WE BUY. SELL TRADE, Gold silver, adult motor route carriers monitoring sales, collections, and TV

Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. 8 p.m. All meeting Church at Educational 473-2790 diamond 964-4238.11108 Highest 4tpd 11/29 price paid. delivery, service.. ,Salary, bonus plan ,benefits transportation pro $125.00LAWTEY
5/17 tfnchg. Building Community vided..'Applications being' accepted at Gainesville Sun, 403 South ----
PRESSURE" WASHING R.mov.* dirt, or 4752130. tfnchg PAWN
I mildew and peeling paint from homes: PAC RAT' Buy. Sell and trade. Used fur PERSONAL SERVICES Walnut Starke from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. No calls. Hwy 301 lnwt y

driveway.'d.cke,, patio. and mobile nltur. appliances, household Item, -- -- -- ,
home. Call Rick at 4732452. 4tchg collectable, glassware, old jewerly, L Z Ea '
11/1.11/22 tool., etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All
PERSONALLY YOURS-IMPRINTED make cleaned oiled;odd adlu.t.d.S15. EARN EXTRA MONEY

ADVERTISING Iasiness.s-Schoola FOR SALE Strickland. Work corner guaranteed.Morgan Rd.James and Clay Hill Feed Keystone Height Area* .
Clubs-Churches. Chain., -
Key pen. .. ''
16. 12/291fn '
Star"
cap, calendar, decal, award, SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS: PVC CHAIN Hwy. LINK, "FENCEt' Initalled. Free 282-1063 Applications are now being taken fob: ;' : ::

trophies medal,flags. 30.000 Item to pipe and fittings. Water softener*. estimate HandyMan Fence Co. 100 Lb. 13.5% Steer . . .$7.70 Times-Union Morning Paper Route 'Applicants -"' ..". ,

choose: Call from.473.2S21..Your 2tpd rn..ogVour1io1Io. 11/15-11/22 Bryan 473-4006 Ace 5/24 Hardware Keystone". Hgts., Owner Tommy Reddish,1964) .8559..3/29 100 Lb. 12.0% Horse, . . .$8.75 must be able to post a' cash .. ','

CJkRMlCHASL'S PAINTING Interior.Jtafengnce .'. AMWAY PRODUCT tfnchg! Cog,,| '' ,
rqt/erlgq/ *. Call 4737517. order. Nutrlllte Vltom'..*/Need extra Also, ,have quilt for sale'' Assorted 500 lb; 24,9L/tfl.Btoct}/ : <7>jf, 'fi' .$67.00 .tblephpnel, 'gm pnijp\ > 1108'' III
Income? Call u* for detail. sizes'and, designs.itty Hildebrand Call 964-5165 ,
50 Lb.24Sup-R-Block. . $7.75
FOR RENT 473-3671.3/10 tfnchg 9648122. 6/21 tfnchg This ,.is an Idea) supplemental. income "for ahousewife ..
SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2'miles WANTfODRINKKTHArS :, 50 Lb. 21 %Little Chunk Dog ,$6.95 :
teacher, etc
KEYSTONE HIIGHTSRlALIEALTOI east of Melrose. Aiaeleos 50 cents YOUR BUSINESS 50 Lb. 26% High Pro .$8.45 retirement couple
each. $limit. 475-1639 8/16tfnchg' WANT TO STOI'- EXCELLENT PROFITS .
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RentaLProperty Available HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec THATSOURSAlcoholic -- -- -- '- -
HWY 21 .3 BR. I Both fireplace,central lion,. plus organ music.$993. Call *Anonymous '- .
H/A, $350 per month 473-2310 weekdays or 473-4648 944-4150-'*4-tt94-'44-S434 Chimney Fires '
MOBILE HOME PARK LOT water and weekend for appointment to sea tfn ALANON Southern VillasApartments '
FENNITS REFRIGERATOR Good Are Among the Top 10
yard care provided Older couple J.C. FAMILY GROUP
preferred. $65 (tor* month. operating condition need paint.. $30. 94-i21 Home-Fir Hazard
SEMINOLE RIDGE 4BR 2BA'' screened 47S.7S7ll1pd 11/22 pdthrulYU A Dirty Chimney
porch, newly" painted woodstove.. Executive TWIN BED Head and foot board Triple BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: Septic 2 Bedrooms Now Available Also Causes
home $.400 per mo. : dresser with mirror contemporarywhite : tank pump-oub, grease' trap. drain ,Heat lossSmokeFilled
HWY 21 LAKE BROOKLYN 3 bedroom finish solid wood. Good condi line relold. Residential and commer. Central Heat.' Stove Refrigerator., Rooms '
bath C.B. home $275 per month. tion. 475-1597 Itpd 11/22 clal. Fully licensed. Reasonable. Custom Drapes
2 BR 1 BATH Central H/A.2 car garage LADIES SEARS BICYCLE with rear Infant 964-8121. 10/18 tfn '*' Wall to Wall Carpet & More Protect your home,
'lake access. $250 per month. seat. $39.50: one new range hood. GOT A LEAK IN THE ROOF HOLE IN THE And Family I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS IIAL .. white electric light and exhaust, $18, FLOOR faucet need flxln', need a lock Call 964-7295 or 964-42U With A
Realtor,473-4MI. counter top 4-burner electric: Insert, on the door? We do all this and much Safe
WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR :house; $13. Call 73.7812.ltpd )1/22 more. Home and Mobil.Home repair I..J: 1001) Southern Villa' Drive Chimney
lakefront. A/C. Oct. May. $250 per Mon.-Fri. 8-6,,964.8830. After 6 p.m. w..w I Hwy, 16 W Call} 964-8278
month. Call 249.7884.4tpd 111.1122KEYSTONE HOUSES FOR SALE and weekend, 964.8961.10/25 tfn y ,
Blankenshlp Chimney Sweep
HEIGHTS AREA 3 BR.,2 bath ALL BREED PROFESSIONAL HANDLERS) ,
heat and A/C fenced back yard. $375, NICE 2 BR/J BATH home for'sale. 1 I'Vt Training conditioning, grooming, etc.
'per month. first, last and deposit. ,fenced ocr.., fully equipped kitchen Attending most Southeastern shows, Hand! House
1-694-3087. 11/22 tfnchg central H/A. $43,500. Assumable more Wayne and Carol, Storke. 964-4127.
I tgage. Call 17449343.4tpd 11/15-12/4 11/01 4tchg 11/22 .\ Portable Buildings ,
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LOST/FOUND BOB'S MOBILE HOME MOVING '''.6020 ,
IY OWNER 3 BR, Itt'' BA. 1'% yr* old. US. 401 Seutti
In Beautiful 1 ac. Moving Blocking,Anchoring
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A let of .key w.r. found en en e ..ement covered lot fenced backyard Cool Ceiling, Skirting 0 Realtor
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ecros from Chkameuge Way deck. 48900. Call. 473-7272 or Call Bob 25 Different Color ,Formerly FAULKNER REALTY
about S week .... Call 47J-221Q. formore '-.259.2120 tfn ChAstmae1.25S.3799Moccbesy ,

Information.1 i u Lake Buffer; 11/084tpd 11/29 : | ,964- 0651.J .
Call Vicki' WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Hot meal, '
GARA iALI 496-2261 ,and plenty of room to play.,964-4539,
\ 11/222tpd 11/29 PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS. 221 Loloyolto St. ACIOM(ram Wishbone
Fri. &'Si at, ,, Sun. Keystone 473-2210 Hots, WE DO All TYPES OF HOME REPAIRSi I Mon, -M 1:300: m:to 8:30 p.m: Saturday o,,n' 12 noon

10 a.m. to. 4' 1 to 5 ,.m. Starke. Roofing gutter*, painting and some INVESTMENT PROPERTIES :;
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free estimate ((904)) 7823332. ,
964-6303 Excellent
11/22 tfn '. carport $30,000. owner financing. ,
GLASS CUT TO ORDERt Doom window. 1.-2" ft Bedroom Apt*. t ,I,r '.;\ DUPLEX ON 3 LOTS; In ,town./"Oood business' ,
'location.: Excellent for qualified buyer.
.frost.Free Upright Freezer 'etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY; terms "
Refrigerator !TVs".Toy* "E c.. PECANS' 9646078. Order also taken In lake From'150""to" 297" TRIPLEX: ON US,30V( Lawl. Owgifinancingavailable ; ,

CASH ONlY YOU PICK..50-Lb. Butler*, 473.4973.2/26 496-3079 and tfn ..KeystoneHeight 12. &I'3 Bedroom* Available No* | I 11530'Wo'Madilon *8'/ ACRE FARM W/DW;, wlttY permanent; roof '
Immokalee Rood off SR 21 Don MorganSubscribe STORAGE S.ACI'OIl RENT OR LEAJKI2 and porch. Must see to oppr.clatePricad to sell.
J look.for sign' on left ; I x 32 SI.15 month. Call 9648386. 11/15 NEW LISTlNGi COUNTRY CLUB; AREA ,3 BR,,2 BA
-, A73.2662 tchg $54.000 w/assurnable mortgage \.:?,'lO, of an acre/
I L.J "J,'=: Phocu 964-6312, w/paved rd.f frontage. "'' f"
lAKf BUTLIR CU 3 BR.I'h: BA,vinyl I I r. HArjOYMAN SPECIAL:,Home\ with large cement, .'.
Hie'' floor, CH. 'utll, roorn garage. TUNE: INIJ\ blh.,workshop' *. $18.000. Good owner financing. ,{
I; ? 'lddl) 'ells ft; on''%-ac. land ,(wood *6Q ACRES !f RIME'AGRICULTURAL LAND with 2 ,
on4"cr.aki on ''f, '.id.r) Concrete TO HOME: ,Roberts Real Estate manmade'; pond. Owner'financing: i

"':' driveway1 '01'pov.d'' 'street. near' 986 N..Temple Ave. Starke,'FL'::. CLOSE TO HAMPTON' LAKE: One lake lot, "3 BR.,. 2'BA
,; school 5 blk*. oH SR 121 take kAle,' SA: .TV :fireplace and Ig. screened" In porch.
orpenter/polnter "may .earn op to 1 ,n 964.6262' :*. NEAR KEYSTONE I Beautiful BR. 3 BA with wall ,
16.000 repairing the house and u.. d "" '.Iar wall' \carpel, full tile throughout bath jenaire;
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price $31,000. Cash down payment.'; .. \ I 9 ROAD .15 acres of pecan grove, 25 acre of j '. 'DUPLEX: Excellent location A:owner financing. J
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Question How like- to ." [centralPieot and air and a'fireplace. Im.rncculafe. oun"v..Only $35,000 : i ,
'Quality' take :'pick would you .1//" [ 'Barns hofdmg! p.ns. hay! NEXT FR.'OVero! mfortablo; ,remodeled_ ,2 ', i ,
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Core Truck your TV for an afternoon of foot Most IMMACULATE: ; BA" fa'/'Vr'Many'/' !'r.xlras.
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with an undercover Investigation bond$500. County Sheriff's Department. Reddish ,
Into the distribution and sale of Edward Aldridge, 21, charged. had requested the assistance. of '
J J Jtz. cocaine and marijuana in Bradford with sale of marijuana bond$500. the state agency in the earlier part
County. :fIo8e arrested and bonds All of those arrested Nov. 20 are of the year a.his. department received -; ,
are as follows: from Starke. Information of theIncreasing Cocaine .'. ?'.
Tony A. Williams, 28, charged Additional charges were also filed and marijuana vales. and
with possession and sale of cocaine on Ewell Craft, 29, of Starke. tor'possession distribution In Bradford County. According
,bond .,.000.WOlle and sale cocaine.Craft to Sheriff Reddish,. the Investigation '. ;
r C Baker 94, charged with Is, still in custody from the cocaine<<; has been divided into "'>.
,.possession and sale of cocaine-bondHoosevelt arrests on November 6 and his bond several phases due tomanpowerand ': I 1', 1;
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Green,32, charged with Sheriff Dolph Reddish stated that the total to thirteen persons arrested .. ,,
possession and sale of cocaine-bond Nov. 20 arrest are a part of a second. on various Ulegaf drug charges in.; .
$8,000. phase of the undww"" .-"*4i.....,' Bradford County (his month:"" '
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Thin lire'from, a ...mllru'kt'IUII'Ihl..iu"h,, a S/mh uuuide lire went around behind'(he truck then punned- .':' )j
inch thick plate glass window, of Wales Grocery in it, The driver, from(ip..rglll.llaw. It enter the 1110....The Thursday November .29'S; ; ; ,"',,<'
'Ijiwlcy hit the celling, and landed in the pickle lijhlile tire went, Herons, the railroud truck at .l.iwtey S I (
.lumen Wale surveys the .damage (ihlllll WUH 1111 and wan whipped by a concrete building.The Chamber of ;, ; )Vi:;
over the store. Damage ran inu'i the HuniHundM. lire nb ye went airborne when hit the curb out Bradford Fairgrounds ; \
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,clIIKPd.: 1 bounding! off the lop of. an 1 Ice cream cane right InxideI tvs yon* I I' caked to pvrchot* ,ticked" prior to (the day 01 the Chub Tho I' .:" ."
Tw Ores fame ofdthe (I'lld.Iltll( north\ The (' window continued UH flight.I .- Kiwonii Club r c:.iv.. a larger p.rc.nK>9 of odvanct sale tlck.' ."'which '. Commercewlllgo .' : ;
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Martin Leo Rice Benjamin Throupe "If a men could hate half hit witht Children 2 yrs t6 13 %irs . . . 3.00 4.00 Denmark. *: ; t .
Martin Leo Rice 81. of Keystone! Benjamin Throupe', 77, of he would doubts hit troubls." Adults 14 to 65 . . ,M.OO '5.00 '1. ;: ';
Heights, died Saturday morning Franklin yrs yrs Furniture ,
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Nov. 17, in Alachua GeneralHospital Nov. 17, at his home. VIPs 65 &over . . . ..' ':?I _3.00 '4_.00"" S :"S t". ,..f
Gainesville, following! A Born in Lawrence, Mass., Mr. ......,....,.0'\, ....\........'......... .yrs S '. '
long illness. Throupe moved to Keystone Heights .',J"" ., .., ."' ,'"
Born in New Jersey, Mr. Rice ',one year ago from Fairfield Connecticut ,
moved to Keystone Heights 21 years ; was a retired tool maker jfc0MB0D#
ago; was a retired police officer of and was a member of the Lutheran. ....
Irvington N.J. and was also a Church ,f
member of the St. .William's Survivors include, one .daughter! ,. Norman's Marke :
Catholic Church. Nancy\ and seven, sons: Norman,
Mr. Rice Is survived by one niece. Kenneth; Ronald, Roger;. Robert, ,
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Nichols of Green Wesley and Edward, all of Connec ,
Cove Springs. ticut. U.S. 301$ South 964-6071' )., /.
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Williams Burial was conducting In.Spring the services.Bank /with. Jones Bro.Chapel Bell officiating.in Keystone Burial Heights will aew Hours: Open 8:30: am r.7 prri:;Mdnday thrU .Sat rd YII.: ', .. :

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