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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04394
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; Brooker!' Volunteer Fire Depart., : ",,1\iI-\ w I' ', ,,.. ".... ", '. ': :iBy Bank Pushes, >:' > ;
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from anyone with any type of handmade ;

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b For information write to BVFD, 11 ,'I. V ,' ( j f' Pt y1 f'f Fund-raising 'to. establish a two- will remain as 'Is,.except for a small i i
or call 485-1344 between 8:30 a.m. ,' I' A.; ,,; year college center in the 1902 Bradford addtlon 'on;the north side to allow '

and noon. County courthouse took a giant construction of an elevator shaft. .. .j
Brooker is located 20 miles northof ,' ,"I''. step forward Tuesday, Nov;27, with Plans for the 'interior call for converting '
Gainesville and 16 miles r :: Ii I .. I' 'presentation of a $$100,000 gift by the: the large, second: floor courtroom : I

southwest of Starke; on highways 1": ..' ,,:"' 1 IP (''", Florida National to the Santa into classrooms and Labe.'The
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,.College Endowment Corporation. 'rooms to the right of the Court street. ,

Fire'Aflt Bait Sale... (",Ji. Iq brief ceremony: on the cow'thouse entra will.be,converted to a large
Robertson'; ,with kitchen
grounds Dr. Alan conference room, adjacent: "
An Amdro fire ant'bait sale Is set ;1'\1', "' S,, Santa Fe College president received .facilities, which: 'will 'be' .

next Wednesday Dec. 5,from 8:30: .. ,1 #' the check: : (symbolically represented available foruse by local clubs-and :.: i
a.m. to 4: 30 p.m. at the county: Y.I, by a' huge from Florida civic: groups. "
agriculture building on US-301 "" '. s'J Bank refUC8):Tomlinson. The large, first,floor room at the ;. ,
north of Starke, according: to County < I Another significant: gift made at southwest corner of the building will '
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Extension Agent Bobby Taylor.' ',}';,, \; r.f: : ; h "\ ,this :time was in the form of .266 -be reserved by the Bradford County ,.. 'I

Amdro will sell for $4 per pound, '..;''.. ,- shares of Pepsi''Cola stock, presently Board of Historical Trustees for use ,

about half the retail price. A lan- "''It''I), 'valued at over $11,000, placed: In the as a'small museum :pr other' put.Central I
downer of IS or more acres can: r'.l "I '\'; endownracnt fund by )Lillian Stump.
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purchase the Amdro for some $2.50 ,..''i ,,'". .', ... per pound.Amdro ; .- ,from-her mother. to serve the entire building. I
has to be spread on the -Tuesday's gifts brought: total It ij is predicted: that manymore.students' I

fire ant mound. The ants take it ; funds raised to more than half of the especially adults who are
down into the mound to the queen b r ,' ,'J.f.! ,' ,$700,000 goal that will be needed to otherwise employed will be able to ", "; :: '

ant and young ants. "It's the best. ,. : adapt the Old Courthouse for college enroll In night courses.at the local ', ::::;
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thing we have." says Taylor;'., .It, use and establish a perpetual center because of the savings of time ".
works, but it takes time. : /"W, ,; maintenance fund .for future. 'upkeepof and commuting costs: Involved in attending

the building.. : : college: In Gainesville It Is
Meetings.-..: In thanking 'Tomlinsori' and' the 'estimated,that these savings would '

The Bradford County Commission ,' .. Florida Bank board of directors for amount to around $600 for a three-

will meet Monday, Dec. 3, at their cooperation with. the project., day per,week commuter: and $1,300 '
9:30: a.m. in the courthouse. Guy Andrews who Initiated the for a five-day per week student. I ,I

The. Lawtey City Commission will "j ;. f'S Starke Center concept: : said -;"You The Bradford County Historical '
meet Monday night Dec.: '3, at 7:30: -St. > S / S have set the tone and the pace of this Board of Trustees, owners of the Old
p.m. in the city: hall. '' S 5rys S campaign,''and I belieye that others Courthouse, are making availableto
The Starke City Commission" will : : will follow.?' : the :college at no cost under a "

meet Tuesday, Dec. 4,.at 7:30 p.m. : III 4 'By your action you are telling us' 99-year lease.The cost of renovating
in city: halt, 1114+, i II, l that you care about this town... that the building and converting it for use
I you have confidence in the future by the college: must.be contributed:
Pecan Auction.... and that by working together we can: ,locally, since state statutes do not
aocttori make this town and county: a better allow 'Florida colleges' and univer. ::'J.;
A third pecan Is set today l?,,..:place to which: "to live and raise our '.ltIdto use capital: outlay lda toiaihhfiHy. f" ,' i
' .','1'.' "y (Thursday. Nov; 29) at 1 p.ttt at. tstildrenr'RAurdl'ew.' tp I4t' banltrof.wfaasa "'ftt..bltlh."! Jf:4wpwetu": ,",,i, '>...i.-.i.a : I

:. .. ; .yj' Jt.the StateII'arMers Market..on':, 'j "_, "' ,..... "....Jr s ala..iIJijf'.n.; ... \ ;:" nd ; ;,, S
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In ''accepting' the ,check:; Dr. menu have agreed tosupp
declined at the second
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S Robertson said that, the Starke community project: by providing in-kind ,
sale
the week before 55
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Thanksgiving.

has played a key part in the: services: in< lieu of cash contribu "
success: : of Santa Fe Community Col lions ,:t
A bumper of this
and low crop demand pecans Is lege. "This Starke. ,Center now Letters have been sent to the home

year prices down. Auctions are keeping set each allows us to participate by offering pffices of major Starke'Industries,
Thursday maximum educational opportunities requesting their support; and *
except Thanksgiving.Day.
for the of Bradford .
Committee
County.We
until interest or quanitity of I people recently appointed Citizens
falls off. will be able to offer the kind of ( hag been 'organized lq'contactdonors :

pecans Pecans should be weighed In bet courses: they want and need. The in the smaller,and middle-
and Center Is a dream that.is now on the range, brackets. All 'contributions.
ween 8 a.m. noon separated by
variety, and bagged in cloth bags. 55 ( S verge of reality; The long range large or small are .vital to the success .
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Cash buyers, except those licensed i results will be very positive both for of the project. .,
and bonded, must put up a $25 cash: the college and for the citizens of In addition to enhanced 'educational ,
deposit which will be credited: to Bradford County.' opportunities for all citizens: of ''I j''
purchase refunded in cash: In case The Old Courthouse a landmarkon Bradford and adjoining counties; it ;

there is no purchase, or forfeited if Call Street since 1902, has been is believed that the Starke'center, ,
the buyer fails to claim: his pur- pronounced structurally: sound by a will become: an integral part of the' I
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chase.: < number of architects and construe1'tlon Call ,Street"redevelopment, I
.; engineers, one of whom remarked 'stimulating activity in the downtown '

Parade Route Set... "It's been here for 84 years, and district and lending prestige' to the

: "Applications appears to be good for another 84, or restoration work' planned by, Can: \ I
: to enter the 1984 The exterior of the Street Y
building
more. .. property owners. jf "
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Christmas Parade ,
set Dec. 8 can be "? I

find at the Chamber of Corn- 4 .. .., :
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fierce, Radio Shack at Bradford : ,v .. ".
care, and The Telegraph.The CII I
parade will begin at Brad- fr'a In Your-Section... .
ord Square, go north to Walnut ; +w uw sN A p' .', ', ;
/Street turn right on Madison V i '
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t Street left onto Thompson Street, L. ... ".'''''4 Additional Coc ln. .Arr..t.... viy( :V 4 ""
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left onto Call Street and back to 1j '. '" "r. _' -"acoi""" The cl.an'up'of Bradford County,drug traffic'continues; as't.five ; '. ,':'
the Florida Bank + + :
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lot. '
parking '
The parade, with the theme of .,.:' 1 :.t o...,. :. ..... ) more peoplevfor a total of 18, ,ore arr..t.dTu'.sday; on \ "
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"An Old-Fashioned Christmas," is f 6 ",, ',"tr"It. -- various charges of dealing and possession of marijuana and '

set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. J cocaine. See B-S ctlon. p. 7!: for d.talli. ; 1/1/! 'S. :: .' ," '
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First place float will win The Giving Spirit.. .
$50, second !#"'''k I
place $33, third place $15. Applications I \ 1 :Members of the boards lop photo) of the Florida National \1/'l'/ ,. ,' '' "* '",;;",:
required for all entries, : Bank and Santa Fe Endowment Corporation gather In front of Optical I I Surfacing I Lab.. .. ; & ", -j" )
will be available by this Friday, the IMS courthouse for the $100,000 donation by' the ; ,11. : ,. rt
\ Monday Dr. D.VV. Whllfen '
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opened
; a complete optical surfacing :
Nov. 16, at the Chamber office: Cut 1, banks : "; j /
off date for all entries Is Dec. 3. S '. Lillian Stump, bottom l left, donated 2M shares i of Pepsi stock e laboratory' In ,Stark.. iiiigtfi.;, :<' .M l 'I' } ; ;,\ ;\

."] r 1w to Alan Robertson SFCC president The highly skilled and technical process of'"' grinding "i; :' i

Hampton Christmas... a Bottom right i. Guy Andrews. Drew Reddish SFCC President prescription: lenses for glasses makes this| lab a.first for this! 1 ,. ," x I

''The Hampton city council: has set 3''t Alan Robertson Warren Winkler and Florida Bank' President area. < '"* .. '*- r *. W. )\'u .".1K .
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,,J.E. Tomlinson. .
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schedule f'A. .
the for
following a city: ._ \ It ; '
Christmas celebration: all to be 'u
held Dec. 15, a week after the 5 '


Starke I The Christmas Hampton Christmas parade paradewill Supt. Rtirement Deal School Boairci* ; : ;j::Jil JilIn I

start at 1:30: p.m., with a $:SO Casey ,Proposes to ., .t ; :,
first prize for best In show. Second w ,. ', s., ,
place entry will receive $30, third
"1 lace $20.The a deal proposed to the school: Elected officials earn neither retire*; I.{the rate of pis'' current salary as cent vof; accumulated: : ;unused sick'' quest the Individual i board! ri:1'. :, :

A annual Children's. board outgoing Supt. Tom Casey ment nor sick: leave. -> -- superintendent i much higher than leave and 12-month personnel can: will be liable forthe. money > .' '' I J'

': Christmas Party for the children of .says he'll retire Immediately If he,, Supt. Casey has apparently decide',is'ttie pay" of an administrator 12, years. accumulate, unused "vacation time, .Question: Is an ,'elected school : ",7,} I'
can qualify for about $14,000 In ter-f E 'ed be will retire Immediately if the .- f : t
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Hampton residents is set for 7 p.m. superintendent legally an employee .i;
at City Hall. The council: voted tot' mlnal pay benefits. terminal pay issue Is resolved- In his .'?li'I1I8Y what rd say to anybody ,, Question: 'Can the school l' board of the school board? ";' : ,

provide $150 for the party.A Supt. Casey; 60, holds a continuing: > favor.. You' deserve what everybody else legally pay, the ,, terminal 'pay at Casey ,told the board he' knows of
contract as an administrator and Casey Is asking td be paid for sick' deserves," was the initial reaction: of Casey's current salary: rate?' several cases in which retiring ,:
t' house decoration: contest: will has said all ,along he'll work foranotheryearortwoInthat leave and retirement accumulatedas school board member Rodney Hall :Chairperson Patricia Sgengfer says, 'superintendents have been found to :. //i"m

be held, with the best decorated capacity.: a teacher and, administrator ,when Casey brought up the terminal she's bewi told by a Defcartinent of .he employees of the board and 21 '

..1..' house gaining prize of a turkey Casey Is stepping .down ,after 12 ,back: when he was school: boarsemployee. '",,pity. Issue Nov; 20. Education (DOB) employee that If ';thelricurj.M'. rater. for paid ac. ,;,::'f I'r.at :' I

:1:1 ,' donated. by the Hampton Woman'sClub. years as an elected: superintendent., But he wants to,be paid, at' ( SChool employees now earn 50 per4fi ",' 'theboard. 1 Illegally' Casft/i re ;laze kt183.p.2A) '':f :g;; I I'

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: Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc.L '. .80 % Higher Pay Rate" Liu-es City Ffenen'to.GainesviIW:' ',(' .' l)' : ., I If

has relocated to the Bradford Couit*. ;, It
it ty Guidance Clinic.in back of,the .

county courthouse: An SO'percent salary increase is Hardee related that three of the d 'add Lewis told Grawferd,"left Uw deportment ... ,.' j,: f.,' : IV
1 '. will be available to : 'to shewing to t% ..' :' ., !
i Attorneys see luring two 01 Starke' eight (Iremea ty's eight firemen had t Curtis Crawford weak ,, \ \ it". '
: recently ; < t ist.: Crawford sod :
; prospective clients the second and ,to work for the 'answered,' ad r"r..fI', : f" ',k .;
; !t fourth of months v wxaawVMCV 1I'Int an from CMnesvtife OAsklns n. QtaiOeim Jaws''scoartsd taHttat I 'PM"'B'1 I f 01", ,
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from ':30. II a.m. every Department, Chief Bobby 'where the7 were pl-natag. ..hire M Sanders 'was et8ft t e .QeitewaiiI >Nre DapaM-! ", ,.. ... < :'.*;$
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'' says. among tile I7t awlkiants.h .' .. 'stab Starke Dee < ,, 71' s w.
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Pale ZA TELEGRAPH November W. 1984


Downtown Renovation Project Put in Hands of City Attorney for StudyCity ...IL-'.

and other who'wln with providing tttt He said a firm be contacted aovu-
for In the alternatives which could Improve' student persons had a problem .
to -
improvements
Attorney Terry Brown told up pay the downtown MM.Roblmon come downfcw cooperation asked for by the con- eel umtbat Mum a najss
downtown such street
as
the Starke City Commission Tuesday area Mid major factor to be UtUer..Wlw'tfareseeana. Inn district 'usually CCII
Nov. 20, that he foresee no difficulty sidewalks and greenery.DPC of retailers downtown but rdtNo p .
,
pansion
considered Include downtown parking andwatAO.nwra
Chairman John Miller recap- one voiced opposition. 9 If be could Nt It
in setting up a special taxing walkways, sidewalk coverings predicted the spac* would be Ideal
ped the progress made by the com- to the.city
cost
the
downtown merchants can reduce
district so for sendee-type buttons** up to
and
traffic flow.
mittee the eight months. Terry Brown was *
for $500,000 in municipal Improvements over past City attorney .In an Indefinite rown
pay over a 30 year period. He said traveling to other cities facing MMer told the commissioners that not present at that.time due to a said be would complete Sf a report on t.'
Brown was asked to give a briefIng the same problems as Starke had'liven 110,090 Plan Needed..* the project couldn't proceed wltboutCIty school board meeting at UM MOM the laws a steps t
Commissioner Vernon the committee several options Miller said| meetings with legal research. time. However. Brown arrived whit outlineHt up.
Sifcox.by City and helpful Information. He said a downtown merchants had produced before the meeting adjourned and estimated necessary that would cat the ciittyy
"We need some background on planning and engineering firm hi agreement from :not S3 owner of Cooperation...? answered mMsUons subjectthe about$400.
this," Silcox said. Jacksonville had been contacted to downtown properties to begin the Silcox asked If wo commissioners commissioners*w the
further Information on alter project. He said that woula mean I..
DPC Asks Legal Help,.. natives available and costs. spending about $10,000 to come up
The commission D was asked by the Planning engineer Jim Robinsonof with plans for revitalizing. the
Downtown Progress Committee to Jacksonville presented a downtown area.
seek a legal opinion'on whether a 10-mlnute slide presentation showing '
special taxing district could be set Starke as it is and voicing some SFCC Enhancement... V Grand 'c'
Miller said Improvements! to the
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old courthouse on Call Street
through efforts to provide space for ,,' .,
Santa Fe Community Collage would
enhance other projects downtown.
Miller predicted that classes would .
be held in the courthouse building by Opening. t. ;
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September 1985. Night classes are .
presently held at Bradford. High "
School./ r I

More Parking... See Our Color Register :'x

Starke Miller Center also directoI'Dr.Introduced Bernard SFCC .Flyer I Inserted This Week's Special to Win 1

McFadden who reported on parking..
.
committee alternatives.McFadden .
in todays DiamondTelegraph

pointed out five possible 14 Kt Gold .
locations where property couldbe Pendant ;
purchased and converted to parking -
space. First on the list Is at the BeadsPrdished
corner of Call and Thompson I and Earrings
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streets where the old Rosenburg .
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building Is located.A '
Drawing
second location Is on Madison "
Street next door to Gator .
Freightways.A third possibility Is In ;I : Saturday :.
front of.the city hall on Thompson '
.) Street. He said the city commission ". December 21 ;
'..,,.:.:,..,r,':> ', might want to help purchase that Lay-Aways. .
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.... .. ""' ".'"" ..'... land to provide more parking.A .Cash ,3mm. to 7 mm l, 693.50 : ,
fourth site for consideration: .
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;'I/, Western Auto, but he
'ItliMj. I _. pointed out Visa I
that crossing U3-901 would cause : I '. ; Prices
Remodeled Badcock Store is Winner... some concern in deciding on. that 20% 1
location. MastercardMonSat off Effective.
Kim and Jan Johnson,owners of the Badcock furniture store on Walnut maintained .
McFadden portion '
Street in downtown Starke receive the November Bradford I 1 \ w >
Improve ;:>" '
ment Award from Chamber of Commerce Manager Mike Cooney the money raised by a special taxing ; : thru .
'district should be used to The Johnsons bought the local Badcock store two years ago, and this purchase
for because of the
year undertook a comprehensive remodeling project, including a new additional property needs parking when Christmas '
roof, a new front and back of the store, a new canopy on front. the'college .
The Johnsons have also renovated the old cotton gin adjacent to the opens and more businesses spring 9-5:30 : :." !
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store, on the corner of Walnut and Madison Streets, which used to be a
service station. The Badcock store, built in 1940, used to be a theatre.
The original beams from which bales of cotton hung have been slipped THB MAOTORDCOUNTY
of paint as has the ceiling and the old bricks have been sandblasted backto TEUOtfAPH
their original finish. However, the old gin building is now considered
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unsafe by Johnson,who plans to have it torn down.Johnson plans to save every Thursday
the old beams, however. at 139 W. Call Strtert 1 '
The Johnson moved to Starke from the Fort Lauderdale area. Both are Stark. Florida 3301 "rtJ
unhurried rte level employees of Badcock. Both say they love the ", ,, .,
of a small town, with no traffic jams. Second Class pottage paid at '

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/C Fourteen, otr percent, of the 825 Patricia Bath, Angela Baucom,
w members of the Bradford' Middle Michael Blalock, Shawna Blom, 1I I 1 1'f'
N School student body earned Straight- Kim Brewer Michele Bronson,Lilly
/,;' A's for the first six-weeks grading Burgess, Kevin Crawford, Ed
k I.?: period. .; Douglas, Chris Durban, Kim Dukes,
Another 119'BMS': students, or 14.4. Dem Flllyaw, Stanley Griffis JJ. e i
percent of the student body, earnedall Hall. Bill Hamilton, Chrlstl Harrell, 4't' 1' 'I
' A's and B's for places on the A-B Kirby Joe Hlldebran, Eric Hodge, '
honor rolLStaightA Julianne Jackson, Brian Kendrick, + I .j
students are: Unisia, King Tonja Klein, Penny, t '. 'i
Kuck Kim Lee, Richard Leneave, '
I Jarett 't''' s M ., '" : : 1
Nanette
: Metcalf, Petteway, I : \. I
YvonnerSobo I ',
, daughter of Mr Kristin Redding Melissa Powell, ,; :! I \
., and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Christina Sandra Rowan, ...I. .". t J ""
1. Audra Brantley, daughter of ...,. Elizabeth Rowell, Barrie" Shaw, Bar'bare ." j. a'v b- ,.t. I.-.WiIt. ; ts'"alt., 'rJ. i
Smith, Noy Srivlbul, Sheila "
;\ Marcl) Brown, daughter of Mr. '' # ,,1.
tS7 Stewart Jill Strickland, James 1
! and Mrs.D.A< Brown of Lake Butler.
. Allsha Gruen, daughter of Mr. Watson Shannon Young, ,Matthew'Watsoni BMS Brains.., \- .' .
and Mrs. Gruen of Starke. Tina Wlllingham Denise .-
Harry .
n Earning stralght-A's at Bradford Middle School for: the tint six-weeks can,'Ron Zurfluh. and Srlrna Norman.
f, and Karen Mrs. David Hodges Hodges, daughter of Starke.of Mr grading period were (I-ri i ; Back row: Yvonne He.bu.It'tllllla, : t'ranaptllllIIj( 1 Nichols.: Tammy
. Wanda Seventh Grade John Allen Front: Ashley Alday and AHsha Gruen. i Tatum Wanda Mueller.
Mueller, daughter of Mr. \
: and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of Starke. Melissa Backus, Teresa Bassett. Second row Marcia Brown, Karen Hodges.... BrlanCallova,, Scott Dun ,
I Link Bishop, ,Truin Blye, Jamie
Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. Melissa Schmitt Sriell, Vanessa Karen Coleman, Kim Camming, Napier, Frankie Riser, Daniele
and Mrs. L.M. Norman of SR-223. Bowen Debra Browning, ,ReneeCarroll Hedding, Dole Regina
Shields Mr. Dyana Crawford, Gayle Hislop, Lisa Minks; Eva Hodge, Stewart, Misty Telken, Steven Chris Durden, Darren Evans, Mindy Smith David Smith, Catherine
Holly daughter of '
and Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Douglas, Sara Douglas,Kelley Dyal, Kevin Krack.: Valerie Krack: Len Thornton, Tawanda Tyson Lynn. Gnann, Debbie Hankerson Kristin Starling, Carla Stephens Michael i
Starke and Bill Shields of Starke. Rusty Eberle, David Elder, Allison Looney Beth McKlnney, Daniel Wartsbaugh. Harrison, Holly Hersey Shannon Thomas, Raymond Trimble, Nicole
Tammy Tatum, daughter of Mr. Farnsworth Aimee Ferguson.Jeff Moss,. Sharie Meier, Amy Noegel, Hicks Latara Jackson Chris Williams, Tushina Vanzant. I
and )Mrs Charles Tatum of Lawtey. Foster. Donni Francis JenniferForsyth Tammie Patterson, Patricia Rosier, Sixth Grade: Ginger Adams,Chris Johnson, Amy Jones Trammell
Stephanie Gainey. Tavia Carl Richie, Mike Ripplinger,fShanaBe Barltcld, Shanda Barnes. Brandt. Jones Emily Lee, Michael ,
Seventh Grade: Barrett, Regina Bass,Shanae Blom, :McElroy Sherea. Myers, Kevin, 'I I ICOtpKISi

Mrs.Scott Jim Duncan Duncan,of son Starke.of Mr.. and .A Millionaire for'a Day... r 1'ue

Ron Zurfluh. son of Mr. and Mrs. Here's.Your,Chance to be a Millionaire for a Day It may be.as close)
Lonnle Zurfluh of Starke. as most of us will ever come to being a millionaire. '.. i' ,1 rr GOLD. KIST
Through a sweepstakes drawing, Florida National Bank'will select
'Sixth Grade: > v one customer who will earn a day's interest on one million dollars, \
Ashley Alday son of Mn/.and calculated at 10 percent. By unofficial l calculations,. that amounts, to' F'J ill SHOPPINGJ..IST
Mrs. Dwayne Allay of Starke. '
Brian Canova, son of 'Mr. and $280.Florida National's, "Millionaire for a Day"sweepstakes Is a Parlor 2226 N. Temple Avenue Starke
Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley the bank's promotion. of its automated teller machine Tillie. .the
Lake. ': Alltime Teller. ((904)) 964:7871
-Melissa Frampton, daughter' of Florida National will select its Millionaire for a Daywith a drawingset
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Frampton of Dec. 14 at s p.m. Every is the sweepstakes. Entry'forms
Starke. ,are available at each Florida National office. '
Angel Nichols; daughter of Mr. For more information on' the "Millionaire for ': sweepstakes ; Pony t
and Mrs. Buddy Nichols of Starke.AB phone customer service representatives of Florida National at ,
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The 119 BMS students on the A-B t

honor roll. are I by grade: : :Package., i ,

Eighth Grade:,,Jeff Adams,.' Hair Designer "

I Family; ; I ,,$15000'bridle.

Next.to Pizza Hut. 964-7303, M

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cumulated sick leave and retire- Pads 1 Oo' Off"IP3"
ment. Casey said he'd provide the .
board with the cases: to which he $29'

referred.. .. ., .. ,.. thru Dec. .11 n'' ,. I

Brown School said'BOard at first attorney blush he was Terry in- WITH( JESSIE. ,OR. WENDY

clined to' believe Casey. But the attorney \' ON TACK
questions' if Casey's status
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the board. Brown said he sought I\IC" ; h.. ,
guidance on, the question from the '. sALE! Good .a ,
number two.lawyer In the DOE legal E'IebtO'HS 1. I Id Supply

department, but did .not receive' a ./ of

definite answer. 'Headstalls :. -... .. . ,, "
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J Primarily; attorney BriJwTfi ","" ; J\ .
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Casey said he'd like a board decision ; Plorida and run'669.90 A
and will make his decision to UNITED STATES prop.rty situote In Brad' to a concr.l'" man"" ';Cover Your
retire, or not based on board's deci DISTRICT COURT lord County. 'Fiends, "'ant. th.nc. 5, tI 331/#, Horse 14 KARAT GOLD.,
slon. Board; member'Rodney Hall MIDDLE DISTRICT described. 0.: degrees. 40 min '."W.. Horse for
said the ,board has a right to be OF fLORIDA Commenc.: at the NW for 26.39 t..t, iu. c. \ SupplementBLOCK HE. MOST TREASURE
aware of Casey's plans, whether or .JACKSONVILLE DIVISION con.r of SE'o1; 51!'. 01 W... Jew. 661,1$, f..t lNiOrder nter, 'GIFTOFAJL.CROSS'.
not Casey intends to retire or be an Court No.84.510 Section 1". Tqwn.hlp 5 th.ncl North for S ,b..tCIv.J .
employee of the board. .i6, Sough Rango 22 Easto. Pont of legr""lng." Winter
"I'll be here" Casey assured the run S. 25 t"th.nc., E. at public outcry 10 the. :
board, until a decision Is made. UNITED' STATES OF 25 "eat" for' point of'' hlgh..f and b..tlblddet :BLANKETSSpecial: 6.50 :
AMERICA "alntl". b.ginning th.nc. con- fo,. ca.h at tho hour ofvs.
d Spengler Re-Elected... tlnu. e; 210 f..t, thc. 1:00: : o'clock Nqon .on .. Pricel SINCPt! ; .1846
> GEORGE W. WILKtRSON I S. 210 fest th.ne. W. Jon, 8 1985 at the front : I
\ Chairperson Patricia Spenglerwas and ANNIE D. ,WILKER+' 210....t,,thence N; '210 door :sntronc. !:If ""ha; *, .* *; *, "
re-elected to head the school Perfect ,
SON Def.ndants. f..t to point of b.ginn' BrodfordCountyl'Coure I ,
board for a second year ,in a .Ing and.containing tho"..., at Stak.NOTla' .. "
reorganization for 1983 just prior to OF SALE ((1)) ac,., more or ins; ly. Florida r for
the Nov. 20 meeting. Ing In,NW con.r of $E'4 Da'.d'Nov.: 291 19e4.Notk. old Kist Bull Test Ratio; "
Board members also voted to reelect Is her.by gl..n of 51 of Section. :14. Richard L.tor.Jr.. Your ,'
member Rodney Hall as vice- .that p"nllOnt to a Final Township 5 Sough Range Unl'ed Stars Ma-"al '
: i Judg.men .nt.red on 22 East, ,also onso.sl-, Mlddl.OI.trlct Good All ': ''round( Feed All\ Grain BossOFFICE'.SHOP' '., :,
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t '..;, Oetob.r 3. 19.. by tile !met' for Ing a..Florldo' j? .
..,. above en'lled Court In .ar.s6 d.sclb.d 0. 'Doto'hocr I.an. :
f. chairman.'Firemen') ::. the above Iyled cau...' fallow. Begin at tho NW A..I.'ont United I "'
'" ''lRI the .ndenlgned United coner of SE'b of SE'4 of ,Stoles Aeorn.r '''I $9'' .50 r
'Sta'..Marshalloranyof .Section, 14. Township 5 ,S'Altorn.yfor' I : '
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fi' hi., duly o"thorl..d South Range 22' East ? "olntl" I .,.,.,.i,. per
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life.'MayorCommissioner'. '//\1/) /.: 'sure to'give j it the special, '.. "" "
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the county. : (' ''' ,' ,: U,speciall/filtered to remove .;.:., '..J .t '''r' r'

,Early' fletirmeni Law: i. .', .,,43; ; z.':,I.'.""., : : .' wvate'tand {pther i contaminantsbefore : ,1..... ., .

r Propolq..d for Starke '.x : t;; .." theyctrndawageyc ,jglfieGulfaiWoff'rs, .\ 6u14 Aulol esel" ilw. '. t''' ,/ ''''

. ;Firemen Policemen .""-40'; lIlt:. ,L you a choiceoftwomotai-oilspecficallydesignat :14WI3t3' '. ::,.j( .;\ ., '\1 r"j" .
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quire personnel the police and fire :' .Diesel oil lilter,;you rah ba,sure you're getting / .CX-4I.': :. J.' ,. '
departments to retire at DB.'He' .
explained that the ordInance age If i,' ''.:, .). ;'' : the' superior1protection"' [ Gulfpricfate) famous for. "<':: i'; ,\ / I. ?r "; \:;:\ i .' t;; ..: "

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$M< of history could be told by a century old hide with a :
book now reposing on a top shelf In the Not only farmers and professional ,'
StarkeCenter by Major records storage vault at the. Bradford, livestock owners were among,those who
I!, County courthouse. registered,, marks and brands In the old "i
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In this book may be found the names of days.
Gift' early 900 livestock owners In Bradford GEIGER" Names listed In the book included such
County who recorded marks and brands NOAII I prominent figures as A.V. (Gus) Long a :
: from the late 1870's until 1948 when this Crop Underbit In'one ear and Starke attorney who later became a Circuit
h. function of the county government was Under Slope In the other. Brand NO., E. Judge, and finally a federal Judge
turned over to the State Director of Marks Recorded April. 3.1878, by .BenJ.) ," after he moved to Gainesville N.J. Jones
\ and Brands. The earliest records of marks Tucker, clerk 'I an early Starke merchant and father of

.... and brands were destroyed along with DeWitt C, Jones had his marks and
other county records, by a courthouse! fire : brands recorded on August 18, 1877; and
in 1875. Richard registered his June 12
John C. on ,
Many significant ceremonies have Tuesday's ceremony marked the c. 1877. Richard was a partner in the large
taken place on the grounds surroundingthe presentation of the $100,000 check (sym- Each stock owner had his own special general merchandise store of Richard &

Old Bradford County Courthouse, bolically represented by a huge replica) code for marking the ears of his stock,witha Pace which was established, here.In the
since its construction in 1902, but none to Dr. Alan Robertson president of San- combination of upper and under "bits"* 1850s In a building next to the railroad on
perhaps more significant than the one ta Fe College. In crops, half crops, splits, and slopes. These Call Street. Another well-known name in .:
Community accepting
markings could be combined in an endless FRANCIS N. ANDREU the book was Alonzo S. Strickland, one of
occurring early Tuesday morning. the significant gift, Dr. Robertson said variety of combinations to distinguish one Straight split in one ear And two the first owners property. on the north
Governors and other governmentalleaders establishment of the Starke Center man's cattle and hogs from all the others. underbits in the other. Brand FA. side'of Kingsley 'Lake which was' the I

have spoken from its steps allows us to participate by offering It must have taken considerable time to Recorded Nov. 5, 1871 by H.F, York, forerunner of the popular resort, "
welcomedhome maximum educational opportunities for search the records and come up with a clerk. I Strickland's Landing, I
returning veterans have been
marking combination that had not already
from wars and mass meetings the people of Bradford County" in else. There
been used by someone were no
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In the early days of the 'open | t
return for the significant support that In those to sort this range
have been held there for various pur- computers around days when cattle and hogs were allowed to run f
poses. But Tuesday morning's t brief. SFCC has enjoyed from the Starke area information out and develop a combinationthat at large In Florida marks and brands

ceremony was of unusual significancesince since the college was founded more than' had not already been used. 'were of great importance to enable owners .'

it went a long way toward insuringa twenty years ago. The earliest entry In the book was that of to keep their livestock" from falling\ Into the

brighter future for education in Bradford Fund raising efforts for the Starke Noah Geiger, recorded on April 3,1876. He .. : "CROSBY called hands of"no"rustlers.fence" The law passage during of the the ad-so-

County and a new role of usefulnessfor Center project are being stepped up was the son of John Martin Geiger, one of Crop underbit in one ear and under ministration of Gov. Fuller Warren, '

the county's only public building of during the final weeks of 1984 and whose the earliest'farm''was settlers mentioned of Bradford in field County notes of, square in the other. Recorded'Jan ., however, compelled livestock owners to 4

historic significance.In smaller. contributions, as well as' the a survey made In 1831. 11, 1888 by I1.FYork, clerk. keep their cattle and hogs under fence and '
the need for marks and brands was not :
so
commending the Florida National larger amounts, will play significantrole "Crop?" "swallowfork,and "bit" were great as in the days of "open range". ,
Bank for its contribution of $100,000 to in reaching the $700,000 goal required Francis Andreu's marks and brands terms used to describe various markings. .
the Santa Fe College Endowment Fund to adapt the Old Courthouse for were,recorded on Nov. 5, 1871 by Henry F. Each livestock owner would work out an
If you'd like to see who was raising cattle
York,clerk of the court. Andreu was one of
orglnal combination of these marks which
for use in creating the Starke Center in college use, and set up a special endow- the earliest settlers in the vicinity of were then cut into the ears of the animal as and hogs in Bradford County in the days
the Old Courthouse, Guy Andrews, who ment fund to maintain it as a topnotch Starke-coming here from St.Augustine. 1 sure way of identification in case any before the "no-fence" law, and admire the
has spearheaded the project, said: facility in future years. Others among the early entries included Mere lost or stolen. fancy designs they cut into the ears of their
Madison R. Beasley John B. Crews, John animals you can spend an interesting half
"You (bank president J.E. Tomlinson) In expressing, appreciation for the H. Dowlihg,. Christopher Frazier, Phillip The same names for marks that were us- hour turning the pages of the old marks ,<
and your board of directors have seen Florida Bank's gift, Andrews said, A. Crosby, Daniel B. Knight Lemuel B. ed in the descriptions in 1878 were still and brands book in the office of County '
the potential of this project from an "You have set the tone and pace of this Rhoden, William R.Whitehead and Henry popular in the later years. Other "types of Clerk Gib Brown. '

economic point of.view, as well as froman campaign." With roughly half of the F, York of Lake Butler, who was clerk of marks were call "under,.. square, "over5quare..bullet I .
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educational point of view, and this needed amount the court and recorded most of the marks; hole,. splits, under: 7, However, livestock owners who< still .
already pledged, it is .ind:brands during this period. At that and "cross niches." wish to make use of the once vital marks' ''1'
gift demonstrates to this communitythat hoped that other contributors, large or' t lime Bradford also included the area, thatiS The brands listed in the old record book and brands and wish to have them recorded :./;;(
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you are willing to meet the small, will come forward and help meet now Union County. usually consisted of the initials of the may contact the Slate office.'n
challenge" and make this worthy project this exciting challenge. ',!\,,
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Talks "FREDL.DEAVER. -:: ',, ,
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Crop with'two splits; upper and IIEIBERGER ALONZO S. STRICKLAND '
under bits in each ear. Brand FL. A very unusual mark: One heart Crop split and.un erbit,1n left ear'
Recorded in each ear. Recorded Feb. 8, 1m by and crop in right ear. Recorded
Sunday's Face the Nation interview talks. June 18, 1921 by G.W. ; May '
For instance, Secretary G.W. Alderman clerk 12,1892 by AV.T. ,Wceks.
with President Alderman, clerk. .clerk.. ,,
National .
Reagan's Weinberger is moving ahead I' ',
rapidly "i3_ .. _;,1 .
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Security Advisor Robert McFarlane of- with intermediaterange'missile .. ';

fered little comfort to those Americanswho deployments has also ruled out a ,

had hope for an early easing of the space'weapons test moratorium, ',;',

arms race through forthcoming talks another Soviet requirement for talks. I .,.

between WJishingjfpjl! and, Moscow",, u '.!':, :Amid.allotrihis"dissention.over\, :, !how; '; ,

Reagan McFarlaneasaidV"is committed, '.i
by the time he leaves office" in 1988. low Underslope.tfn oneear and FOSTER Sill SMITH; ,:'
profile, apparently unable, as one' upper Crop and half crop in one ear and ,.
When asked whether he thought an observer put it, to "make up his mind slope Recorded in the other' Brand ZB. split and underbit in the other. 'Mark for all stuck: Sharp in each '::

agreement on nuclear arms control how to become both a peace presidentand York, clerk June' 12, 1877 by H.'F. Recorded August 18, 1877 by H.F. ear. Recorded March' 1944 by A.J, .;;',1
might take that long, Mr. McFarlane ? York, clerk Thomas, clerk -w .
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strength president" at the same
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replied, "It shouldn't, but it may" time. : \ ,- ,' :

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He also held out little chance that the To quote The Christian Science : 1' j'1

U.S. would take any unilateral arms- Monitor: "It is a president's responsibility J< County Agent's Notebook'I ; by Bobby; 1.. Tar lor y
C"WdrBxlnnxl".1anu1 1
control steps such as limitation of to forge workable political con- "

medium-range missiles in Western census on arms, or any other sensitive This is the time of \ ,
year when a lot of new 1::i!.\'oj:
Europe American
or development of matter. President Reagan must put the trees and shrubs are added to the land Tree Planting Discussed: soil. Kill the hole three-fourlha full keep-' "
space weapons before the talks get weight of his office and his powers of scape. And to get the most out of your ing.the plant in an Upright putlitlon..Wal t: .

underway. persuasion behind it. He has to commit plant purchases 'you need to establish Don't try to remove the burlap on a ball thoroughly. After the water settles, fill the

Being the realist that he is, one himself. .He cannot sit Hamlet-like and .: 'plants trees and off to shrubs correctly. Getting new ed and burlapped plant. Simply'roll the rest of the hole with more amended soil
and
a good start can have a tot to material down from the soil ball and water again. Finally, make a rim of
reason no doubt, for Mr. McFarlane's wait for a champion to emerge from do with their health and appearance for it will decay naturally.away Container-grown' soil a few inches high and two or three feet

failure to be more optimistic about among his staff's infighters to tell him many years to c me. plants usually are sold in metal cans away from the plant's trunk. This saucer
quick results toward arms control is the what to do. He has to take the heat in If you follow our basic guidelines for which'' must be carefully cut away, and shaped basin will help hold water, and f
wide variety 'of views held on :the sub- order to win the prize. This has always 11 establishing new trees and shrubs,you can discarded before planting. direct it to the roots of the plant. i

ject within the Reagan administration been so. save time and money, and be a step ahead After your plant is set, you're ready to Next week I'll discuss IIf '
itself. in your efforts- to develop an attractive fill up the rest of the hole with amended cultural care
"As it is, Mr. Reagan's professed bid landscape. Proper care should begin the, hew trees and shrubs. I; \

According to White House sources, to become a successful conservativer day you bring new plant home. It's best if .i

Secretary of State Shultz and Mr. peacemaker is 'still in being r you already have the planting site ready. '
McFarlane buffaloed But, this Involves a lot more than just digging Forestry .Bradford
have been pushing for by domestic factionalism and the hole. Before you're ready to plant, County \ .111
President "
Reagan to adopt an overall internal administration dissent. you need to add !amendments to the soil: By David W.Norton .

plan for dealing with the Soviets. At the With nuclear holocaust the only alter- Adding soil amendments is an Important Bradford (0.Forester \

same time, Defense Secretary native, the stakes are too high for'Mr' part of establishing trees and shrubs. Soil *ire Season Approaching between l legal '
Weinberger is stalemating arms amendments are things like fires and wildlires'before ,
Reagan tot whatever fail compost, pine .
negotiations with aggressive programs to exert the reasons to bark and peat moss. They help hold water 'The fall season means fire time in nor jending a firefighting crew, |Jo ,the scene '
in all areas that would be covered by the leadership qualities that so "' and nutrients better in our sandy soils. thern Florida.With the coming of the first Burning authorizations are Issued free of \\\ 1
many voters perceived him to frost and lower air ,
possess. !' Dig the planting hole about 12-lnches. '''wildfires humidity, the threat of charge but if a person fails to obtain one ,
'deeper and wider than the root mass of the and reaches a dangerously high level, he may be cited or charged with unlawful 1
remains
plant, with the sides going straight own, when high through the end of spring burning.. Under Florida law; ',this is a ,.
rainfall
rather than sloping. You'll then have plea again turns the vegetation second-degree misdemeanor .''and is ,I
I Righting a Wrong for The Disabled ty of loose earth to work with. Mix one part green punishable by: a maximum fine.of$SOO and
". ." i; soil'amendment with every two parts of, This J Is also the Ime of ,year''when 60 days in jail. '.".-,
by Senator Lawton C iles" ,'", I" the soil. you plan to use in setting'your 'prescribed /ire'is'used for burning off .
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.. plant Then, place about six to 12 inches of croplands or underbrush woodlands.. FFA" -
n deeply, understandably- distressed woman American people began to learn what was going the amended!soil back In the hole. Pack the Prescribed fire Is a useful tool, but Speaker, '. '.: '.
wrote. Her severely disabled added soil down fairly well, so the wildfires can be costly
husband had been on, they plant. very resulting (In
expressed from disbelief
stripped of his disability benefits by the federal to outrage feelings ranging! doesn't settle after,It's set. low of limber,crops,homes or even lives. Shows. His. Stuff / ,

government on the basis that he was able to work Next,. stand the plant 'uprlgi1t In'the' It is the Job of.the..Florida Division ''of
He
tried, but the disability worsened, and the man Dismayed members of Congress protested'to center of the and Forestry to A$ 'ClubRaymond'Whitepuhtic'speaker
died at the age of 49. -, the administration, insisting on faster determination 'best hole turn It.so that its suppress wildfires, and it is a Rotary; "
.. side is most visible. Make sure there's very expensive operation considering the l
'The doctor's written medical for those already cut who were appealing and plenty of room for the roots. When working cost or,. manpower., tractors
opinion slated that others' trucks, the i ,
on benefits not being stopped until final for
a planes !
emotional with ,and fuel.
from a bare root make
anxiety
efforts to plant; a cone-shaped senior
Bradford
prove disability determination FFA
that
able tried his
they were to work and Chapter out w
and get the benefits restored contributed to the therefore .mound of soil In the bottom of the hole,and By Florida law! irafory at the Starke
ineligible. ', anyone doing Rotary Club meet ing
man's untimely death. :; _:\ arrange the roots around It,They' should any open
burning must first Wednesday, Nov
obtain >>
an authorization 21.uslng'as his;: topic.
How could this The appeals process resulted in over 200,000 be- be spread naturally, not cramped or by calling the Division "Agriculture .Your ; '.'" ....
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happen? Hands".
Well. In 1980 with log reinstated after proving they were still disable twisted. For aballetl;; and burlappedor their Forestry office in : ,,-
The
area.
mounting
i .were ripping suggestions off the that able-bodied people ed. Clearly, they should never have been removed container-grown plant,handle the soil. ball, phone number for obtainIng Illustrating his fluency with w:<>rids.( and 1
Congress directed disability that a review assistance be conducted program to In the first place '" gently, being careful.not; to break it; 964-5435'yrl3iMoJ:2r Bradford, County reporting'landowners' fires is gestures chapter's", Raymond will be the.senior! J

insure that only those properly eligible were being To protect the truly disabled from a repeat of Make sure you place the plant'.at the' Authorizations .may, be-'obtained seven. speaking! contest entry in the be, Sub-District public I;(
aided. this kind of ordeal. Congress approved safeguard .. right level In the soil. Planting too shallow days a week, from 8 a.m. to,5 p.m. at the Fairgrounds to held Friday Dec, 7, u

Rarely has a congressional mandate been legislation; that President Reagan has Just signed can cause the foots"to dry out.'But,, planting -:;; 'To obtain authorization"' 16 ;burn About civil defense building.: ;
rled out with such zeal and.unfortunately car. into law '' "'ty'C: too deep,cal\ ,suffocate roots, and, ;dispatcher must be supplied the the i 100 FFA members Incfuding Columbia -
excess. bW ) cause the base of the trunk to rot.On bare following and Baker Counties'',, ''.well
With uncommon speed hundreds ,of This specifies that benefits cannot be ended information: landowner's ; as as,
thousands name Bradford 1
were notified by mail that their benefits had been before the government proves a person's medical',, root plants you can usually tell what the responsible for the fire mailing address person of \(the host J.!;will enter the day-long
terminated. Yes, an appeals process was condition has Improved sufficiently to warrant it." right level It; because there's 'a color ihe landowner'telephone number., competition that' ;Includes contests in
available but you can be sure it took much;much No longer will cold computer evaluations suffice. change when the base of the/trunk meets for bUrning.number of acres, and location reason Parliamentary procedure and externKTia -
longer than the termination did. Many people Face-to-face: : interviews in social security offices the soil line. With balled"andburlapped or 'of'the-fire by section. township. and range. unu I spealunt! A tractor driving Mn-
les.1
were left destitute and hopeless. An extreme with individuals undergoing eligibility review container-grown plants line up the top of Location of the'ffre wIIL).also' beheld at.the fairgrounds.,
result was the case of the 49-year-old man are required. And examinations to"determine the soil ball with, the soil surface,. .is plotted on a"ma Prlscilla Welch. ajunior FFA member;
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Other victims Included a man with a shattered i eligibility must take Into account the cumulative Jd; '" : iui h, ," will represent'the, ark' juniors. f In\',the
effect of more than younger I .
spine one physical problem where category
requiring a full .
body cast,a
woman Involun
tarily committed to a mental! institution and in they may combine' to cause severe disability.For ",.,'. Others tt ndi1a't! :'the,:Notaty'meeiThj.
dividuals with advanced multiple sclerosis. Even several years chaos' has ;reigned In our mdIS last'wedcwere; inna,J) rMineYtA"'i.-.
a man living in an iron lung got the surprising social: security disability program: und many out' C' ,"-., 'denl .of the 'senior chapter;' .fevtd, :
police that hf1.was! able to 10 back to work. fered great personal,hardamp because of It. I .. ., .. 'Hamilton, president of the)Junior' chapter:,
Needless to say.this was not Congresa'intent.It fair believe and the changes we have made, providing for & .rte, ',. and.Nannette Conway junto! !.reporter,,, f
was accomplished under the Judicious: review of continuing eligibility., iff. a asuagel lssatrttasetwt ....... from '
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Office .of Management, and Budget misguidance. and as of the the gram serve as the well.interests' of the -disabled and the. 'pro. ? *: 'f. 'first Into the rotMir' pf.Yln In 1TN,a a cede) )wtv..:"in,.f IleltPum.LonII on.. ". He.raNi.rel" .I II.J'j' ;,:,: ,-n.,,...,...;...'tl. Y ,.""'....JhIIv".fl....._:, ,.

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S saF\ ula;;n Randall Reddish' ,Wed n Oct.2rAM: /:

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Susan Marl Faulkner. daughter'i' complemented the gown:; with also Faulkner Mrs. W-lLlnomas.! and Islands, the couple will reside in
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner trailed a cathedral train.' Her headpiece Mrs. Lucille Spry. Starke.
became UM bride of Randall Leslieronof was of two organza flowers .
Reddish! Mr.and Mrs.Johnny and an ivory fingertip veil She car Assisting.. Dana Louis. Nancy Mrs. Reddish graduated from
11 i1 H.TomUnson and Maxie D.Reddish ried a free-style cascade of white Movers, Mrs. Janet Leasure. Mrs. Bradford High SchoolandIsPreemG

1, I Ir aU of Starke,;!iOctoba' 97, at a 7:30: roses stephanotis, and white enCJantmfl Vicki Games Mm.Mrs. Brenda Barrett.Iy Arrest employed ERA Tiffin Owen! ,
United ''ceremony: in the First t lilies. Sh. wore I i Ells. Johns. Robbln, / Inc. Realty of Stark. Mr.ReddIsh.is

Methodist Church of Starke. bracelet her mother Following a wedding trip to New. also a graduate of BUS and Is atten

Rev. Ballard Wilson performed ,and a gold a.gift from thegroom York and St. Marrten in the,Virgin ling: Santa Fe Community College

the nuptials before an 'altar .
was centered with an arch of lighted
The attendants wore of lr-
gowns
candelabra, flanked by palms:; on
ridescent fitted bodice
taffeta with\
either side throughout the choir loft.
cummerbun 'waistband and
r, On the altar two '
were
white gladiolus, porn arrangementsof poms, and sleeves.strapless. with carried removable full il : Social"Siile
They freestyle The
two arrangement of white glide, "
Tern, and blue Iris.Other palms were nosegays of Navy blue enchantmentpowder
placed throughout the' choir loft lilies blue.anemone and '
white baby's breath. In the center of

area.Presenting a program of nuptial', each nosegay were brass votive Ow.. MIOtV Of The
music candleholders! with a single votive. .
were Mrs. Drew Reddish at

the piano, Joey Hems soloist and A reception'' 'w'"' held In the Soe r.Bf/.ftIJ1w e

Kristy Johns, organist. Woman's Club of. 'Starke.
Mr. Reddish served as his son's Throughout the Clubhouse were News !
best man. Ushers were Donald Red-- ficus trees with miniature clear
dish, brother of the/groom.Jeffrey lights. '
Norman; Glen Addison; .and Ron'
''Thomas, cousin of the bride. "
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,' 'If Mrs; Grady Overstreetcreeted' ..ML
1 ; Julie Ann Grimm served.maid of guests at the : The bride s table Mrs. Eva Mae Thomas

ji.t,. honor. Bridal attendants were was centered with a wedding cake, Honored
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DinnerMrs.
\,: Aimee Griffis, Darlene Hobbs .and flanked on either side bya three- at
.' Eoline Green. Little Tracey Gaines, branch silver candelabra: with burnIng r't1I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry tapers. Centering the food table Eva Mae Thomas celebratedher

Gaines, served as' flower girl. was an arrangement of blue Iris and 90th birthday Sunday Nov. 11 'ata I
DeWitt Revels, nephew, of the white daisies. family party given at the KlrlpieyLake '
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groom was ring bearer;; i home of her !son, F. Delano
Surrounding the punch bowls were Thomas.Following. :
Given marriage by her father, ., fresh flowers and greenery, Ms. the dinner, the family
the bride wore an vorycoloredgown Margret Smith attended: couple' enjoyed, visiting reminiscing with
of satinnessa, and Alencon lace ,gift table. Ms. Vicki Revels sister of Mrs. Thomas, and taking pictures.
with a bodice'of drop waist and ,' ,the groom, kept the bride's: bock ,Mrs. Thomas enjoyed. opening gifts
decorated with seed pearls.. Bishop' Serving cake were Mrs. Robert .from the family.

sleeves, trimmed, in Alencon lace,';,. Faulkner., Mrs Preston' 4.Iltemsofinterest I Present to enjoy the occasion with I
Mrs. Thomas was net great grand
Mr.and Mrs.Randall Reddish I\ | ... .son, Michael Romines, age 2,of Fort 4
I Lauderdale. Also present were her
three children Arch Thomas,Jr. and ,

Enaaaements wife Jean of Fort LauaeraaleaClarice "u yh r k i t2f
Scout Troop 518 T. Wood'and husband Joe
Julius Kowatchs Celebrate of Gainesville and Delano Thomas %t t.'Mrs. .
.''' Yard Sal. Dinner
50th Wedding Annlv. and wife Karin.,of Kingsley Lake.
Patricia I. Pierce Planned for D.c..1 Seven of! her nine, grandchildrenwere .Eva Mae Thomas ,

; Mr and Mrs. Julius"Kowatch of also present: Archie and Martha '
J. Mack. Godwin Starke celebrated their SOUl wedding '1 Scout Troop 518 is being reactivated Thomas of Jacksonville;; Ann Senior Citizens Club

Plan, Spring'Wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 25,with a'' and Is open to new member and Michael Romines Fort Lauderdale Host Dinner, ,. Games I ;
reception at their home on Wilson'' ;ship: ; Mary C. Wood,'Jacksonville; '. v '
J Judge and Mrs. George H..Pierce, Road, glvenr''by their I i'son and a"a1 i A yard sale and spaghetti dinner ia ,Joe Wood, Jr. and wife Janet of Bradford County Seniors. Citizens, I
''of Starke announce the engagement'of daughter-in-law.Mr.and Mrs.Steve planned for Saturday, Dec:. 1. at Gainesville;' and Barry, ,Brian,, and 'Club boasted good attendanee'attheir ,

their daughter, Patricia Lynn to Kowatch Archer,.,, .' Bradford Rentals parking lot, Hwy.. Maria Thomas of Starke. Also enjoy Thanksgiving ,dinner, with' i
,.J. Mack Godwin, son of Ms. Ann Mr. and Mrs. Kowatch were Mart ,,,301 N,2111 N. Temple Ave. The yard ing the occasion with Mrs. Thomas members and guests enjoying
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Godwin of Gainesville and Harold ried November,,23,1934 In Jackson-t i;(sale will be from 10 a.m.1118:30p.m. were Mrs, .Jessie Morgan of turkey and all the trimmings. After
Serving for the dinner will Jacksonville' Mrs. Gladys B.Thomas .
Ville. ,' spaghetti
Godwin of Starke.<. dinner group singing .tories'.and
A wedding .Is planned. Several guests and friends called'between "'begIn at 3 p.m. for a $3 donation.The of Starke. jokes and bingo were enjoyed by all.

Maya graduate of the University the hours 2 to 4 p.m. to congratulate <' troop is badly in need of You don't know what you're missIng :?
of Florida Pharmacy School and. the Kow tch8. ,uniforms, tents and equipment. Angela Jo;;Sapp .if you. don't join the
: is employed as a staff pharmacist at , '
Shands Teaching HospitaJ !In W.T. Weeks,' UDC .World.annual Any Scout donations Scamporee will greatly at Disney fellowship. ,

Gainesville., J. Mack la a senior, in the College. Hold, Progrom ,appreciated by the Scouts. Please Angela Jo Sapp, whose marriage Pratt Meetings Street'are every Recreation Tuesday Center at the,
caU to Robert Gorman will be of
of 964-4580 or 964-8349 and ask for an event
of Education at from noon to 3
Florida and employed University as ,JV. The W.T. Weeks Chapter. UDC Terry Sny. Dec 7 at 7:30 p.m. In Northside Baptist p.m. I

basketball and football coach at met Monday Nov. 19,at the WesternSteer Church, was honored at a bridal 'Go.pel'Slng :
shower Nov.'4 in Mandarin the i
Steakhouse. Mrs. Franklyn JehovahWltn.ss
Lynn Pierce Buchholz High School in Gainesville,' '
J. Mack Godwin Welsgerber president, presidedover .* 'To Hold Dedication home* of her aunt Mrs. Jo Wiggins. Saturday'Dec &
the business Co-hostesses were Mrs. Glenda '
meeting. Following -*" ,; Holiness Tabernacle
the meeting, luncheon was sery '' Sunday, Dec. 2Th'evfctafge' '" Cook and Debbie Sapp Friendship r !
Glen .gC'lllpel '
.. Attending, were friends and St..Maryswill, host ..;,(!
., Congr4dtion.ol.Nava "'f sing Saturday night Dec l, with the i "
relatives-frtym' 'the Jacksonville
Sob. -The table was coDerddwtm a lace... ... .. ,. + fsF+e641ht I''J' ......JI
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: IF Wllham Rhoden, :"'I *1td9fFlr't 'r A .r +'IF 7 clout and UM centerpiece,wuf aeonr? their new w Kingdom f.iiws Hall}ff a4bva1 bIt* l hh LtfJ lrary4ra, Uai J.IJ guest. singers. ,
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In honor of Jewel Roberts' birthday1 on Sunday.Dec. 2.The Hall, which is : Mope'baptist Church !
Plan D.c.mb.r Wedding ; located 4 miles south of Starke on i
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conclusion of the lunch. Hwy 301, was a ":3-day wonder"con.structed Plans Special ProgramThe STARKE ,
The wedding of Kimberly A: Solzt in of this The
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and William C. Rhoden will be an Mrs. Lloyd :Wlke, historian, gavethe i dedication program will, begin at Journeymen rof Southeast CHURCH ;

event of Saturday, Dec. 29, at 7 p.m. program selections on Southern from the Poetry,.book','using of .9:59: a.m..and end at,12:05: pm.L. Georgia will be at Hope Baptist. 422 H. SL flab 984-5445' ,,
in HeUbron Springs Baptist Church.: .Swingle who is a member of the Church Dec. 1- at 7 p.m. Waiter f. Mont Pastor
Miss Solze is the daughter of the poems.uBeecbenbrooku.war written ,a rhyme, of 'governing body of the Watchtower, This .Is a wonderful group who are We Invite you to worship with us.
Richard Solze and the late.JoAnn, Preston and, ; by in Margaret J. Bible&,Tract Society's World Headquarters sure to bless your heart. So. come ATOMiCO NUftSEMV ;

Solze of Starke. Mr. Rhoden Is the- Hostesses printed for the meeting'IBM. were. located In Brooklyn. N.Y" sing and fellowship with the congregation twisty leaser 1 . . ,11 S.M.HtomtoaWmlss .
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also of Starke. ', : Thomas: '. 'There will also be an"open house" located on Highway 100. 5 miles EMto| Santos ,.,. ... .. i>. . I ,." :
All to friends attend.and'relatives are,invited beginning at:2 p.m.The public is cordially north of 'Keystone Heights. and 8 ws4Ms4el Yana. .... '. . 7:39 pet
invited to attend. miles south of Starke.

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Michelle Sweat,to Raiford Tetstone. I drhers. Weguarantee I." ,
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The, 7:30 p.m. ceremonywill;; be ;. I ,phone's in use And call Vtaittng: Isn't puts busy signals out of business.:,,' ; h'J ;
held : at the home ,of, the bride's ; If you're a driver age. : I :ono puts you bra When ,MDU need Call Waiting. So don't up Your : ,. ,
;I parents. AU ,friends and relatives 50 Or olderThr. Hart ., home pip s busy Ii lets on the phone phone and call Continental.V..' put you through.

ere cordially,invited: to attend. ford can guarantee that' answer your call,and put the other on hold It even And lhafs no Idle promise, ', ,, ; ., '

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' Bradley .of,'Starke ,announce 'the counts for mature t :rI
and'Mrs: Ralph J, Darley of, birth of A son.Brandon Miles born I driver.withgood! I,' 1 .1 1',:' I" ,', !Io
") Starke announce: the engagement Nov. 1 in Alachua General Hospital,.'.I ..J ;',. .) .'I' I I."" ',
i and approaching marriage of their; Gainesville.. : tw' driving records ", ,.' ,. ', .. .: II'" ',.< .
I v ', daughter.Maria,Dianne, to Richard '.Maternal grandparents are Mr. : If you're a mature ; :. \" ". ,;" ,r"" .. 'r" I'," ,I ,', :

' .(., ... !'A. Smith Jr.. son of Mrs.l'rancla.: 'and Mrs. Luther Jackson. Paternal '.,/ Wright of Virginia and Richard A. randparenta': are Mr. and Mrs 1i; .J'Uy protecrion/iPC'la.. !: J t:?.' M'f ,!" "' 'f({:, ': V" '.;..I".:".?", ";'. .. :!1
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January: ; '1_, at:7:30:, : In'' 'I .: ..,! r 1 .' ,t. ::"Ii'.Ji' '11< ,' "i
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PsgesA TELEGRAPH; November, ,. 1M4. 'LaMonte, Annette Thornton Javon Christ Modeaitt.I Barbara Thomas from thud oboe TJeptT- Dowdy
and Annice Williams first
I grade; from the drivers Scenes dlvWoo. We
Starke Elementary i Daniel Robinson,Christy Joins Rob- panh Nm. Gregory Hendrtetn Andrew Bute, Ashley Burkhalter.Todd appreciate all their help) We would
Teralka Evan Mark Harden
Matt McGinn Berry.Rebeckah Douglas
bin Bassett Erin Stan eD. Donald who
to( like to thank an the parents
KanoSTchamel a >>
Gann PauOc Hutchmon,
,Christy ,
Hardy Cassandra Jarvis,. June
News '. KhklandtriattnaCartes have bean helping us sew our sniffed
School Kim
LIla Johns Register Brown Timothy
Walker, and Jeff Oittty, aeoond Susie dote/ and arm. for'' the carnival: ; .
grade: ;'EsteOa Dentaft; Totkt Strong, Lynn Vogt Casey RIch.Mrs.. ,
Matt McGinn, ftexter Theresa Branson, Lori Sapp, APri111a'Ior. James 1 AwctUu They ant Mrs. "'.
SE Students Norman Jeff Evans DAN Newsome. Chrintfe Jackson and Mrs.Thompson. '
Recognized Knowles, Mrs. Bonnette
batik Sandra Shawn Jenkins. Kefaha" Bass Rodo
George Page, and Wendy dark Cand'' ''orman Stephanie Lewis Crews first grade;
At Awards CeremonyStarke Qvws. first grade; Tiinmy Williams Sellers, J(. n Smith, and, Ronald Watts, Alicia Anther, Shelly Reagan KOcheUe Boatwright. Sonja .
KlonenUuy :students were and JeoBlca Bennett second grade; Tamara Elks laird grade Tim Rogers, Charlotte Griffin Erica Norman, Chris Sova, Blake Thoroms,
recognized at An Awards C&wnaat Kelly Thornton and Chera Starling, Barber, Tara L>uion Melanl Hind, Cleveland, Jacob Drown Brian Tasha Powell Ktan Lane. Cathy Jo Head Uce a problem...
on Monday Oct 19, for outstanding third grade; Vanessa Powell dim Bernard Johnson, Ryan Reddish, Johns 'Kenny Crawford i Erin Jackson Chad Krupincxl, Angela From time to time the schools, as. .,";
academic achievement for the ftost Thompson Bert Williams,and Sandy Julie Starting Angela Barber, Amy Brewer Beth Modeaitt,Karta= demons, Barry Eh, Keffl Hatcher: well as other places,will haves problem '.;
six weeks grading period.Students Williams, Jeremy ; Kim Lane King, Stephen Murphy and Jimmy Tasha Johnson,April I Gasklns, TabathaRowe.Classroom with head lice. If you become i
of the six weeks included fifth grade; Smith, Dwight Parade fourth grade; Deans Hoi- Hampton Linda Dixon, Rachel News... aware that your child has this problem ;
Emily Hartley,kindergarten;Joshua Bonnette. Emma Knowles, Earl day,Emily Nugent.Brenda Williams Turner Sarah Groves Stacey ,you will need to get a shampoo,
Bubfltz, first grade; Julie Walker, second Johnson Brian Titus Ricky Kevin Woodard. Tammy Mobtey: Crawford, Timothy Rlgby, LeAnn TMH-EMM-EHs Lone.* Mrs.Randolph. specifically for head Dee, shampoo .
grade; Christopher Wall, thirl Faulkner. Special areas and ChapterStraight Kimberty N Nlchofa, Patricia Martin. Carlton,Alena Csson Pergtaia Tyson,, heat would like to thank once, and: the next day, get "
grade; Stephen Murphy, fourth I Programs. Shannon ElUott,Andrea Hewett andPamela Jeff Cbitty,, Nicky McNeBey,: Shane everyone who corns by and given clearance from the Bradford County;
grade; Deana Holiday,fifth grade. A students Included Vtaa. Patterson fifth grade. Reddish second grade; Lori Cohen, of their time to,share their lias of Health Department in order 'i to ';r
Most Improved students were Oars OMan,Jamie Gotts Chris Newsotne Honor RoB Students are; Jimmy Tracy Rhoden Natashie work<< ,with the children: they are: Mr. return to school. Tbe Health Dept., ',. I
Howe, Joy Wilkerson, Spencl Diteroicnda Gates, Angela Griff,i Buchanan: Kesha WUkea, Michael l Patricia Softens, Robin Register, Debrall, Mr. Rlptey Smckey the will furnish a prescription if needed. '
Know ea, and Tammy Sellers, Heather Williams Renee Clemens I IYemesko Pusaterl, Jermaina, Ford Troy Jason Woods Justin Brown, Calvin Bar from the forestry Mr. Bennett ,
kindergarten; Taw Reddev. Gina Fountain: Joshua Bublitz, Walker. third! grade; Angela Hm t I \ )J

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U.S.D.A. TOP' CHOICE
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'. September 17 CENTER CUT. ;. ,
Gray and Melissa Frampton $ ". ,1!,.
Casey '
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and Joey Klrcbalne did contour : '
drawings from a still life in crayon 'ffl" f"1
and pastels. Ilyd' C
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September!>> Z4 Chuck ,
Chris Johnson and Mike Swansondid t" :
I art.sketches from Ancient Egyptian I', f', '."

October 1'' .
Brian Canova did a drawing of a ': '

waterfall in pencil October and crayon. I .. ,. I .; }.,


y did Egyptians Jay crayon Hodge as etchings and their Clarence subjects.with Williams ancient Roast: :: -'r II': '" ,' ,. I 1-' ;


October 15
t Sammy Thompson and Michael
Griffis did pencil drawings of 3 PRICES &COUPONS EFFECTIVE ,
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dimensional forms. THURS, NOV.29 THRU WED. DEC SAVE 70 PER
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October 20 I
FOOD STAMPS. "
Eric Brown did a Halloween 1.
monster-In crayon and marker. GRocERy ;

November S PER -
Sharon Cockerham and Darren .
Evans did designs in.pencU using U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE Golden Grain :
triangular shapes. : .
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Macaroni
First Six Weeks Macaroni'
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Honor RollA Chuck "
Honor Sixth Grade Ashley Al- & Cheese 'SAVE.34' '. 'J
day, Melissa Frampton and: .
Deborah Nichols. '
A-B Honor Roll:Ginger Adams,
Brand Barrett, Regina Bass,
Shanae Blom, Karen Coleman, Kim 3/I
Cumming, Chris Durban, Mindy Steaks TWIN 70* 7.2&OZ
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Gnann, Kristin 'Harrison Holly '
Hersey, Shannon Hicks, Chris PACK LB ox.
Johnson, Amy Jones, Mihcael a LB BAG ,'

McElroy, Sherea Myers, Frankie Quaker Quick Grits. .. . 1.19} n s ,
Riser, David Smith,Carla Stephens, FAMILY SIZE PIG ,
Raymond Trimble, Tushina Van- lEANMEA1'tAEG.OAFLAHICENrmu SAVE elf PER LB TREE SWEET .
zant, and Nicole Williams: Beef Short Ribs . La1.69 LEAN MEATY Grapefruit Juice . . ai .,aaA a. .ptljM. .rtf.\J'
Seventh grade: A Honor Scott LEAN .
Duncan and} Ron Zur uh. Ground Beef Chuck asovEN ia1.79 CountryStylePork'Ribs .. WKITNEV
A-B Honor RolIJohn Allen BROWN kSEHVC ALL VARIETIES 9 9. 'Red Salmon . .. .' : :1 5 CAM 2..9...;' ... ..

Tereaa Carroll-Bassett Gayle,Link Douglas Bishop Renee Sara I S w.s e.-.__, .""........."l"1OZ1 .39' ... .&> ....... '...... : 1 oa 'e,IAjfOe.:': ,

Douglas, Kelley Dyal,Rusty Eberle ,EAAalY1rAYCWR__YAF71/R "" .'"': ;,, ..... -i .-JoiL.: \\"SAVf9QlPER: < I fiQ iN ssugar"hf80. I. .. .
David Elder, Allison Farnsworth, Lykes Sausage .T PKG. l779WEAVERS U.SrD'ATOPCHOICF! / ".,
Aimee Ferguson Jennifer Forsyth, .
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Jeff Foster bonnie Francis, Chicken Rondelets 22.49 ':" Beefr. ''I' .'

Stephanie Gainey, Doley Hersey, CHEFS PANTRY CXIOI
Lisa Hunks Melissa Hislop, Eva Breaded Meat Patties 1.29FRYMQ Roast '
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Hodge,Kevin Krack Valerie Krack \ \;. "I./ .: I ":'
Len Looney, Sharie Meier, Daniel
Moss, Beth McKinney, Amy Noegel Chicken Gizzards u"as! u.69 .f. .. I;' SAVE SO PER LB wont BEANS: i'4' '
Carl Richie, Mike Ripplinger CEU.O WRAPPED FVASH FRO7EN RED r; {
Patricia Rosier, Shana Schmitt, SNAPPER,nmeoT. onFlounder CUMBERLAND GAPBoneless ",- ,
Vanessa Stewart, Misty Telken, Fillets . . u1.693LBSAOVER 'J, .
Steven Thorton, Lyn Wartsbaugh. Half $199' 59 .

Scholastic AchievementMelissa Bnls. StewingBeef .. L8i.99. I' Dinner Hams SAVE 15OZ'
Backus Train Blye Jamie Bowen. / 20CAN
Debra Browning Dyana Crawford .
Tavia Hedding, Tammie Patterson, MEAT ON MUSHROOM ,:
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Regina Snell, and Tawanda Tyson. Prego Spaghetti Sauce v2.29 .4,
Eighth Grade A Honor Yvonne '
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Bobo, Audra Brantley March FLORIDA PREMIUM. GRADEFresh 5 70ZVEOETABUI BEEF OH OZ CHICKEN NOOOU ;.-'''

Brown, Karen Hodges, Selena Norman .SoupStarter. . .. . . 1.09'>,' .
''j Holly Shields Tammy Tatum. .,' .
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Angela Baucom Michael Blalock, Armour Beef Stow '. .:;:. j. 1.49[ > t '

Shawna Bronson.Blom Kevin Kim, Brewer Crawford,Michele, Ed III- ,,IrIp 1 OZ :; -" "''i-ii ;'tVlas.c ;:: i

Douglas, Kim Dukes,Chris Durban Sweet Gherkins' . 1.29ifa;* -
Dem Fillyaw,Stanley Griffis Alisha .. ;j
Gruen J.J. Hall, Bill Hamilton; "

Christi Julianne Unless!King Jackson Harrell, Tonja, Brian Eric Klein Kendrick,lodge Penny SAVE 7O PER LB LB French's' SdaIi.i! J :;:

Kuck Kim Lee, Richard Leneave . .. 4 .
Wanda Kristin Mueller Nanette Pettaway. .. [Potatoes' .. ) ., Sen's'','. ..r.fc ',
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James Quiette, Christina CREAM '" I Iy ,
Sandra Rowan, Elizabeth Redding Rowell, Il'i STORE DELI/BAKERY WTH( CHIVES OR POTATO

Carrie Shaw, Barbara Smith, Noy DAIRY/DELI: t 1
Srlvibul. Sheila Stewart Jill IN THE OEUflAKEHV STORES ONLY'STORE r, SAVE 9 '
Strickland. Matthew Watson, Tina AXBJWO 3 >' iar ; \

Willingham, and Shannon Young. SLICED HALF POUND Sour C?.am *, ." .'." 1&OZ FKG 89 \
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Kirby Hildebran. MeatBologna ,89' French +Onkm Dip .,.. ,.. S21 ..09SJWOENTOSHMMMD' [BAKERY, .. \> g \\ 1,:

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'County Middle School DOMESTIC Swiss I Cheese . .ro o 1.99. :4.t"t l. )!; PutgHsh MifWns.r! ,,,,,I.1'1"P' ac a .'.., ,.
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i Mrs.' Carlton 'Yarborough"lpBakiwin. Mr.and'Mrs.J L. Mctver Ocalawere either Thursday or Friday of this Mrs. Rene Thompson and sons,
News Wednesday dinner guests of week. Kevin and Brian of Jackoonvllle,
Lawtey .
? ? ? .,. : ; ., Pastor and Mrs David Brown ,their sister, Mrs. Wilma WabWrI&ht. Mrs. Darrell Hornet of Astor Fla. were Wednesday overnight guests of.
,; w.li. -'' "t*:f. ':, ', i \ .. t ,., bet mother Mrs. Fred Moore. On
i I I I 'iF., : :\ijk"f returned horn from West Jefferson. 'had lunch with her uncle and aunt
i by Elisabeth Terry I': ', '''' Mr. and Mrs.' 'Terry Futch's' sons' i'N.C.: on Wednesday after visit with Stuart Lcckhart.;, Mu. Donald;:] 'Mr.and Mrs. Hermie Kelly on Tues Thanksgiving they attended the
Wflkison and and Mrs. reunion at Silver Springs
Mr. Benny day of last week: Boyer
phone 782-3300 football their Mr. and Mrs, Foster
Bruce and Dean team were parents and Wilklson, III and Robert WUklson Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited where there were 79 present. Mr, ,
well ClUJ'prayen
the first team at the Beach to be Brown. They are very
Personals... with them. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley, their cousin Mrs. Loca Whitten of and Mrs. Chuck Moore and family
undefeated far 6 in the Pop are
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Warner Association.Mr. years. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Prevatt and Jr., daughter Brandy, ate Lake Butler, on Sunday, Nov. U, came home'with their mother, Mrs.
and Mrs. and Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Fred Moore, and stayed over Thursday -
Mr. :
nephew and niece Mr. and, Mrs and Mrs. Lynn Bach and Jennie family, Scotty B.L. .
Earl Prevatt and Cecil Mrs. Wflkison. Jr. GracevWe were Thanksgiving din night.Mrs.
Mrs.
Futch and ,
Terry sons Cristopher, and Joey spent Thanksgiving family
Mrs. Marjorie Whetsel of of their John Tye, Sr. was a
Bruce and of Jacksonville 'were Thanksgiving dinner guests of ner guests son
Dean
with their mother Mrs. Boch
Daisy : Steve ,
and her and dinner of her
Beach Tuesday until Saturday and grandmother Mrs. Nellie Mr.: and Mrs. Robert Brice and Keystone Heights son in-law Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving guest
Besides Miss for children. daug. ter-in-law. Mr.and Mrs. Gary and Stephany of Starke. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Terry Thanksgiving Wilkinson. The grandchildren Jennie
Whetsel of Charlotte, N.C.. were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell of Mrs. John Tye Jr. and family
Kelly
dinner on had and unW Sun Vernon Testqn of Little Rock,Ark.
Thursday, they Joey stayed over -
of the Robert Lees. and Mrs Earl TroxeU'and
Saturday guests Lake Mr.
their sister, Mrs. Is spending a week with his mother Worth spent Friday and Saturday
Cynthia Brown a day.Their parents came for them on
friend; Mrs. Pat. Nielsen, her Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Minnie Teston. He plans to go Mrs. B.L. Wilklson Jr. and her Nov. 18 and 17, with their daughter Mrs. Patricia Hayes and
Lisa, and On and Mrs. O.J. Jr. to school Ft. Lauderdale for two father Stuart Lockhart,of Jackson'vine parents,M '.and Mrs.Hermie Kelly. daughter Mrs. David Kelly and sons
daughter; son Billy. Boyette, .
Friday night they attended a spent Thanksgiving with family weeks,then be will go back to his ,went to Louisville Ky.to spend They were on their way to spend accompanied them for Thanksgiving
week with her son-in-law and dinner and a long weekend to
powder puff football game fan which of Mr. and Mrs: Fay Durban.Mr.. home. He plans to visit his grandmother a Thanksgiving with her parents in In
Mr. and Mrs. BWy King diana.On their their so.ln-law and daughters, Mr.
daughter
back
they
way spent
Mrs. and Mrs. Norris Mrs. Wordle Melton at .
Mr ,
Terry Gay were ,
.
Beachytteeamwon and grandchildren and Tif and Mrs. Carroll and
ington and the dinner of their'brotherlnlaw' Ocoee.: j. "., Stephany Friday and Saturday with their Craig children
Thanksgiving guests
.
., They to come home ,of Boca Raton.
83-25. and sister Mr. and .' 'r" .' ". ,' fany. expect parents.Mr.and Mrs.Hermie Kellv.
:
t Mrs. Wayne Hardee and childrenwere
," Thanksgiving dinner guests of .
I .I' SI their grandmother, Mrs. Ona'

N' Hardee.
I Mrs. Wayne Hardee and children

attended a barbecue and cane grinding
at the home of Juanita Parrish. ,

Cahfomia" l LARGE HEAD on Saturday night Nov. 24. '< ,' '


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On Thursday; Nov. 15;the Ladles
Council of the Hampton Christian
Church held their monthly meeting. ,
Following she, business session, a "
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; i 'l, celebration mass was held honoring
Mrs. Lillian Hall on the occasion of'
her 75th birthday Those present enjoyed
Lettuce the delicious birthday .cake,,
and fruit punch served by members,
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Recuperating.>,
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Mrs Belle Brown was ,hapj'y to
visit her home and church over
Thanksgiving weekend. ''Among

those also visiting her ,and her
GROCERY daughter; Mrs Katherine Carbone
from Rochelle, N.J. Were Mr"'and
Mrs. Gordon Weest of Miami Mr.
and Mrs. Cherapy Steven, and
WESTERN Karen of Grayson, Ga.
Friends will be happy to hear that
Two liter Large'' Btmch (: Aunt Belle plans to be home, un Friday

Nov. 30, following An extended
Franks Sodas recuperation stay at the Jasmine
Broccoli 1 House In Gainesville. I'

Outreach:Bible Class.. .

'" Mrs. Clarice1 ,Adkins 'hosted the
,*-I'j' y meeting of the Outreach Bible Class
j
'' at 'her home ''On Nov, 12.'' Eight
ALL t FLAVORS
(dl members attended the
'meeting
SAVE 10- C FRESK .iALLVAfUfI1D \{;: : which consisted of scripture study,

fellowship and refreshments.The .
Green last meeting of the year'for
KalKanCatFood .2:1.00., 14 'this organization was held at'the
home of Mrs. Jane Morrow in
NACHOOMTKAJXTIONAI.' "

FrttoLayTostitos ., SS1.29 Cabbage Starke.
POUND
Visitors...
NATURAL _" .1 ,

Wtee'Cottage Fries. I. IIAO IIOZ 1.29. .: .... O'Al9 flJ3P'ct, Clarice Among'Adkins recent were visitors her sister\of.Mrs Mrs,:,,'. \' ?j, ;
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\ Starke. y' "
I / 's!." PearsPEFT" Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Malthcus

Sweet'N Low ii ; 'hosted Thanksgiving dinner for
relatives.Among those visiting were

II Betty Jo, Ralph Langford Ricky,
Substitute Susan 'and'Todd Langford of Fer-
Sugar I U.S. NO. 1 RUSSETT FRESH nandina,Glen Mattheus of Folkston
; Ga., Bob and Kathy Langford and.
Baking 10$149' w 3 59t son,,Timmy, of Hampton. .

9 Potatoes ... >
100' On Nov. 12, 13 & 14. Mrs. Wilma- ,
COUNT Jean Terry.accompanied the group,
of six persons who attended the
AEROSOL American Florida Hospital Associa

Pam Cooking Spray . 51.99 tion Conference herd at the Tampa.
FROZEN HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Hyatt Regency Hole! in Tampa. frv+
200 SOUAM FEETGtedWrap. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry attended ,

., . .. Ci'' Y.r 1.1 .1.19Corned 0.302 FROZEN.. Conair. the recent Mid-Winter Conference '
Totino's'
R of the American Legion heldat
ARMOUR SHAMPOO t t> '+u BODY the Surfside Inn
in
9 9 Holiday <
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1&Ol. Dt Of'jER150Z
Beef Hash .n': .09 PApp .9 9 HAIR ExmA SPRAY.BODY ULTRA.-oz HOLD OR.- stir Daytona Among Bejch.others attending'were' the ..
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15Cw CAT. . SAVE 23Jeno's- ; National President and the'National,

Kenny Pen Dog Food? .,, .411.00Pepsi SAVE 13b2 FROZEN'': COUNT Commander Legion.Ilamion. 'of the American. .

Pizza RollsCra .,3)!' *" .' Alka $149 Lake Newsrn

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Cola Seltzer
99
t TATTY f I !Arrival
I COMBINATION,PEPFERONI t ... '
Diet ",Mt. Dews ORBA \ Marie: Gilbert :
Pepsi, ;., .1. 8OOE. 12 COUNT Russell and Madonna Gilbert"of '

,16-0ZFROZeN Gainesville announce the'arrlvai of,1/

or Pepsi Free I"SSL, "-1'T pi 2tna their daughter. Anna Marie, born ,'

((REGULAR OR SUGAR FREE)) fc*.,.* == .J 'Actifed $149- Nov. 18 in Ali-'tUd\ General Hospital .

O Juice $159. Tablets weighing 8 It!. d o:;.'and. measuring;; ','
79' -.I Pu :
.. \ \ : 20 inches --i;
Cl .. .. SAVE*}''
She
6 PACK1&OZ joins t or sister, Karen, who JaJ/; ,
.
,8 CT, FROZEN I 40Z seven. I ,
N.R BTLS *
Paternn erandp6rentsare:
Birdseye :Robitussin i William r.u-iert! of Somerset, Mass!,'
WINE: & BEER Cob Corn $1" $199' and Rosetla;: Wright of .Atlantic,.
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,i ', SAVE 10' Maternal grandparents are Francis >
Polo J2 ML FROZEN and. Dolores Meng of Hampton' '.
24 PACK 24 COUNT Lake. .

Brindisi $9 2! :Flav-O-Rich ,$ 9;: Advil $ Attend (;.Itor(.am.. '?' .

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BIANCO,toesoSECOO i Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges travel-t
BIANCO I Pops' Tablets ed to Lexington. Ky; on Nor 16.
They helped cheer the,Gators on to: '

"';..I,' ;<"., 'Miller victory over Kentucky at the Commonwealth ,'
r: 'or.r.LiteBeer Stadium there.
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,,1" : They enjoyed the lovely scenery
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'.. < 1'5< on? .r leaves still in sight H( was cool bull:,
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', beautiful in the mountain, areas.
.8. where they saw snow and ice. **
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$23' q w"\) | They hosted a Thanksgiving'din
.1' UgtitNLively '
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: : ner, last week. .'. '.
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CAN' I "" I I !\If-ng.'amlty1feclt': j.aca. ,
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Ice ,
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.: /On t J> I' Over Thanksgiving weekend,!Mr. ,. .
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:HALF GALLON {., and Mrs.. Paul Meng had as guests> ,

'!..... .UM"i ODUPON:: PER,ITEM GaJ rMru! WED DEC 5 'iaK : most of their children including Mr.'; ;
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---.-- --\"j... --- ''''T ;,' and Mrs. David .Wanner, Mark and?/' >
Jeffrey, of Orlando.Mr, .and, Mrs. .
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llnk&tWagnafs Vpfiiines229only$3.99e .. .Carlton Meng and family; Mr. and'' '
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New EncyclopediaVolume : 1 SAn ; Mrs. Theron Hunter' and children:,"' '

".; : 50 CASH ''R feI Mr., and Mrs; MartinMeng :and '.

1 on JyQ< I family; all of Keystone Heights. Mr '.
-THtSWEKVOUMMGB1THHU19AVMLABLE. I..;. I 'Coca > t, m and Mrs. Allen Kent of Orange Park;
Cola I Dkt' paCK i80t ;
.WMh 9 punhMC tjr ; ,I, Mr. ''and Mrs. Joe' ,
Meng, of'
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enyvolenea2sr3or Coke Tab,,Sprite..' rhomasvllle Ga. Mr. '
-\ 't, and Mrs. '
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J' I M4iIk: FunkartYagnatleCew.. I! MelloYello 9eorr9lf.S.... 11 Randy Scoggins i and children' of ,

?s' CncyclopcdU and receive ." ,or. ,Mr 01 Ptbb ''j t Hampton e. '.
.. a Fre*2-vWumepatc$!+a wm. ,. PLUS. DEasr i ; ,"
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Adrienne Garcia Speaker . :.. .
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thereon. cer- NOTICE
I' i .:' ;' -\ ; t' 1';t'/H11fB'' CIRCUIT COUtTv NOTICE y.,.Issued, '' numbers, and \'.:, k ''tlj''
I' INTENTION tiflcat'* < '
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< 'FOR BRADFORD

At Hospital Auxiliary MeetingIP ,; COUNTY FLORIDA, PROBATE FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER NAME year description., and of Issuance the of-the names property the In given December NOTICE that 10 on Is, Monday 1984 hereby, at,.,. ,

DIVISION 10:00 o'clock a.m., th* '
CASCNO.84-aO.CF Pursuant to Section which It woe attested
undersigned OATORTREIGHTWAYS "
IP t. insurance President for Fib Number 1-3572 '''.09, Florida are at follows,) : INC. will '
Adrienne Garcia, Statutes, notice It Certificate No 1051| I
"I,! officer at Bradford Hospital Inc. presided over will hereby given that the of htuoncei 1980: sell at public auction for '" .
; IN Rti ESTATE Of Year ,
BradfordHospital stated the cosh'' at 2175 Commonwealth
was speaker at the .'" CARL BROWN undersigned, ROBERTH. Description of Property: Aye j.

Auxiliary dinner/meeting met at chrysanthemum namental flower Aux Deceased MONK, STEVEN H. No. 2900 loG at NW Cor Jacksonville, Fid., on.? ;:t}
which
Nov. 19, Box
Monday night, WALTERS, P.O. % S5ff
of SE-/4 of SE ,
of EVt frame .
lot of ,
Western Steer Steakhouse with 32 hospital.A : Nicki ''NOTICE Of 128. Brooker, Fl.) 32622. MIL 1451' S 100" E picture "
consigned to Muffercq ,
I report was owners, doing
members present. ADMINISTRATIONTOALLPfRSONSHAV joint .
1 of Support State the firm 300 N35'M/LtoSLineof Corp, Miami, Fla.i one t ,
Mrs. Garcia, Director Auxiliary > business under >
Road NW on S bolts .'
Bessent lot of anchor con-
at the hospital, talked on 12.14 in and name of EXOTIBOX, .
Services '
hospital insurance, health care, from here were INO", CLAIMS OR '.0.10" 128, Brooker, line to POI Sec 27 twp* signed to Flo.lee one lot Co.of..' .Lia;>>:;, ,

Medicare, health maintenance, being nadine Early, Aux- DEMANDS AGAINST THE Fl. 32622. Intend toregister SR22. Margate. ,
Name In which assessed plastic poly consigned' to; :
over-insured and underinsured.She Green, Lillian ABOVE ESTATE AND All told fictitious 4: )
that the 7. INTERESTED name under the : CARL L. JOHNS. Hyatt Regency Miami ;
advised the group Jean Terry. OTHER PERSONS and
said Flo. to satisfy freight
All of property
hospital has a directory on all Marguerite IN THE ESTATE: aforesaid statute. Under ,
of 'in the County of storage charge
Dated this 2nd day being
j reputable health Insurance groups man, asked for sign 1 of the provisions of Section .
November. A.D. 1984In Bradford State
and is available to (the public. fo volunteer! what YOU ARE HEREBY
.\ nts. NOTIFIED that the administration Bradford County Florida. 4b( ) of Uniform Standard \ :
Of the 11/08..tpd 11/29 Unless such certificateor Bill of lading. alt}
I certificate shall be Inc.Carrier. (1\\
ttoM of CARL BROWN G Frelghtways ,

.,... . ... . deceased File .Number NOTICE redeemed according to ,;0\;..
Did KnowThe
J F You 1-3372. Co.. No. OF INTENTIONTO 'law the property described 11/29 2tchfl 12/06 ;,;!i
14-BOCP'I. pending In REGISTER In such certificate or' TIN

the Circuit Court for FICTITIOUS NAME certificates will be told ,J'

J.f Charles Darby family con Mr. and Mrs. as Florida.Bradford Probate' County Dlvl- Pursuant to Section to the the courthouse highest bidder door on at THE COURT CIRCUIT FOR? Cm, l':c!:,

gregated-at their camp at HorseShoe their son and tlon. the address of 865.09 Florida Statutes, the 20th day of BRADFORDCOUNTYFLORIDA',',,/, ,-*? }
t from Wednesday to Sunday. Mrs. Kevin which li Bradford County nonce I. hereby given ?" .

''I, They were: Mrs. Charles Darby, Ariz. for ten Courtho".., Stark., that the undersigned, December Dated this, 1984.1st ,day of CIVIL DIVISION *.:,,:,". ,Ii
r'i. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns of Mrs. Florida 3201. The pen HILDA D. JOHNSON, CASE NO. B/84-416U,:,; >'.+ r,''' 0.,
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nobles of Mrs. F.J. of tonal representative" AND SUSAN L. SHEETS November 1984.GILBERTS. COMMUNITY STATE ,' "< ;.

Mandarin, Mrs. Lee Akridge of Lake Shirley Johns, th* .tat* I I. Hilda 444-H. W. Madison St., BROWN BANK OF STARKE;piain-, t

1 Butler and Mike Darby' of Orange Day with Mr. M".,., whaM address I. Starke. Fl 32091, joint Clerk of Circuit Court tiff .

/I. Park and their families. in Jacksonville. day 5304 Astral Avnu. owners, doing business Bradford County FloridaBy v. ''. "' > .! ,
t ners'f'Most Jacksonville, 'FL 32205. under the firm name of : Beulah Moody LINDA HAWKINS Defen''!'' '. .t":
Mr: and Mrs. Robbie Shaller had Mrs. Louie Th.nam and address of 7.77 SHOE STORE 444-H 11/13 4tchg 12/06 dent ? 'j
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i as guests for Thanksgiving Mr. and from the personal rprt* W. Madison St., Stork., t >'. i \u '

I Mrs. Donald Tilley of Orange Park week with her BHS, tatlve's attorney or. let FL 32091: Intends to ........ NOTICE OF SALE ;. I
i Mrs. Ron Osborn of Orlando, andi family, Mr, and and forth below. register told fictitious ;"

!i Mr. and Mrs. John Tilley of Starke. Jacksonville. All per.oni having name under the IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE I. h.r.by. I) ;3
tended the 50th claim demands aforesaid .. COURT FOR hj
or' .tot", given that, pursuant to .f" ''Ji;
I Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon of of Mrs. Parks ogalntt the. estate ore Dated this 2nd day of BRADFORD COUNTY, the Final Judgment ,i, J'y
and Morgan Mikell, required. WITHIN THREE November A.D. 1984 In FLORIDA entered In case number :, :1:
Starke and son-in-law daughter MONTHS FROM THE Bradford County. CIVIL DIVISION '
84-416, In the Circuit ; i
Mr..and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart ana Mr. and Mrs. at six DATE OF THE FIRST 11/08 4tpd 11/29 CASE NO....-601 Court for Bradford Coun )
of Hartwell, Ga., spent :
family Palatka PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida I will sell the
spent
Wednesday to Sunday with Mr. and sister, Mrs. ; Betty NOTICE to file with the NOTICE In Re: The Marriage of property ty. situated in \

I Mrs. Sonny Loudon and family in Mr. Thomas. ; clerk of th* above court OF INTENTIONTO EDWARD CLAY HOIS- Bradford County, "; 1., mV
l Lake Charles, La. and written of REGISTER Husband
a statement INGTON Florida, described a*: ;' "
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; any claim or demand FICTITIOUS NAME and lot 7, Block 1.
Brew they may have. Each MARTHA SIBLEY HOIS- GAHAGAN SUBDIVISION -

WENDY IS claim mutt be In writing Pursuant to Section INGTON. Wife. a*recorded In Plat ..J'-,-
Florida Statutes, '/,
and mutt Indicate the 865.09. Book 2.Pag.41, public,, : j
basis for the claim, the notice It hereby given NOTICEOF records, of Bradford t?
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f Color FrOSt name and address of the that the undersigned ACTION County, Florida. Said lot I t: ;
SUSAN I. SHEETS. AND
or Special creditor or hit agent or being more particularly
attorney and the HILDA JOHNSON,444-G. TOi 'EDWARD CLAY described as follows: .
and amount claimed. If the W. Madison St., Stark.. HOISINGTON, Residence From the NE corner of --,) '

Wednesdays Thursdays Ray. claim I. not yet due, the FL 32091: joint -_nor., ,Unknown. the NE'of the SE'/i of ,.
date will become doing business under the
when It
the SEW of Section 21, ,
:: due shall be Mated, If firm name of STARKE YOU ARE NOTIFIED
9647303COME Township 6 South. Range
Spec. ..... '',
"N. the claim It contingent or BEAUTY! SUPPLY, .G' that an action for '22 East, run South 300 ft.:
unliquidated, the natureof W, Madison St.., Stark, Dissolution of'Marriage ,
'''to the POI thence run
SEE OUR NEW of the uncertainty shall .FL 32091: Intends to has been filed against West 100 ft., thence'run '
in the be Hated. If the claim It register, said fictitious you and you ore requiredto
South 50 ft., thence run yEast
cured, the security name under the serve a of
copy your
NEXT TO PIZZA 100 ft., thence run
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hall be described. Tho aforesaid statute.
written defenses, if any, North 50 ft. to the POB.
Get claimant shall deliversufficient Dated this 2nd day of to It, on Richard E. Welty, The above-described
Com of the November, A.D. 1984 In
copies Petitioner' attorney,
Hair Desi land being In the NE'of
Family claim the clerk to Bradford County.
to
whose address It Post the SE% of 'th*SE'/i.. of ,
enable the clerk to mall 11/08 4tpd 11/29
OHlce Box 995, 'Starke, Section 21, Township 6 ,i
one copy to each per NOTICEOF Florida 32091, on orbefore South Range 22-Eo.t.,
tonal I .
representative.All INTENTIONTO ,24 December and contains .1147 of an ,
persons InterestedIn REGISTER 1984, and file the acre mar or less (Lot 7,. '
the e>t>te to whom a original with the Clerk of '
FICTITIOUS NAME Block 1. seePage DB 195.
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of this Notice of Administration "
this Court
copy eitherbefore ''273)).
t h 'hod been ,'Servfc' tce "
Petitioner'sflJiaxo
L y. "
moil......<'ar.! required, .,--u ,Pursuant to Section ltlf upon nr Immerllntelythereafter. '-a public's.," & fo .rWNM1 rQ'Jti.'
6&OVvlorfda: h1ahil"
.wl, WITHIN THREE MONTHS v t. Sfofufe.rrnotlce
.*otherwlie"a
at the front door of the
FROM THE DATE Of THE Is hereby giventhat Default will be ..ntereda"aln.t "
the undersigned Bradford County Courthouse '. d
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'FIRST PUBLICATION OF :
d for relief .
t PATRICK B. WELCH you in Starke. ,, : ,,1" I"
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THIS NOTICE, to file any PLO, demanded In the Peti between 11:00"a.m .. .'i )
Box 809. Starke, FL Florida ,. "
objections they may ,'
tion.DATED and 2:00: p.m. on ,'
have that the JAMES P.
challenges O'BRIAN. P.O.
this 20th day of
validity of the decedent' Box 501, Starke, FL. and November 1984.' the 20th ,day of ,." ., ;1 i

-INP IIJ-1 will, the qualifications of STEPHEN L. WRIGHT, 145 GILBERT BROWN Dec.mber.1984.GILBERT S. BROWN., 'J', ,. .' ,':, I

the personal represen* N. Orange St., Star..... FL CLERK OF THE COURT AS CLERK OF SAID !j"

totlve, or the venue or 32091, joint owners, doIng By: Beulah Moody COURT ,1r.':::
jurisdiction of the Court business under the .' Deputy Clerk' 1
Beulah M. .
By: Moody 'c' ,
ALL CLAIMS. t
DEMANDS. OR OBJECTIONS firm' flame of PJ'S 11/32 4tchg '12/13 Deputy Clerk1l294lchg1220 J',":", '"
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.$5W| NOT SO FILED McMahon SPORTS CENTER St.. Stark.870,W.FL ........ "':' .;'' ,. .
WILL- BE ,'t-r.;
FOREVER BAR. 32091. Intends to NOTICE .......,. '

RED..Date! register fictitious .name ,, I .,
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11 ,of, the first \ '
publication of this Noticeof under the aforesaid On 10/39/1984.' NOR .,''>iI' 'i- .

Administration: Nov. statute. THSIDE BAPTIST IN THE CIRCUIT"' \11., _
100'EXTENSION 22. ,1984, Dated this 7th day of CHURCH Rt. 2. Boy 2188, COURTFORr i' "''", '
Stork., FL 32091 mad .
HILDA MYERS, November. A.D, 1984 In BRADFORD COUNTY -, 0
GUN A*'enonolReprntatlvo Bradford County application for water use FLORIDA'' '

CORD of 11/IS 4tchg' 12/06 permit 2-84-00744 for on CIVIL DIVISION .

the Estate of -..,... : average dally CASE NO.84-432:.'r h.
$3.97 $9,97 CARL BROWN withdrawal of 0.0013 FLEET FINANCE B MORTGAGE -<... : 11
I ,million gallons per day ,,
INC.. ,
deceased. formerly :
Retail *10(17All (
flag sup Ae a Sug Retail 129 72 NOTICE'
from ground water.located ., SOUTHERN DISCOUNTr i ;; h
steel construction. Spring fed lever FOR APPLICATIONFOR In Section *
"- ATTORNEY FOR .26, COMPANY.Plaintiff. S& 'f,
action lor sure performance. Quantities Heavy duty extension cord for indoor or PERSONAL TAX DEED Township OS South' vs ,,

limited 899-1241 outdooruse. Come REPRESENTATIVE: Rang 21. East. Bradford' HAROLD SISK, 'MARY ,
Always innow.
handy. Harris Boll ''NOTICE IS HEREBY! County, Florida, for ANN TOTH, R.A. STUE8E. f. ?Ji. ::l \i'
Quantities
I Workmate) limited. 15132 _, ________ 2854 Corinthian Avenue GIVEN that ERNEST L. water utility uses. COLE L. SAXON. JR.'.'''>",'':, "l "
OR IRENE HUNTER the Written' objections or' HALBERT C_ SMITHand "
Work Center Jacksonville.FL 32210 ; ; ;
Telephone: ,holder of the following comm.nlaon this application RUTHANN SMITH his du' .'

-i 56-99 (904)38/-1771 certificates, hat filed may be filed wife.. Defendant f >; ",|1" '
AWITH @ 11/222tchg 11/29 told certificate for a tax with the Governing : : "-
Board'of .
$26.50 Christmas deed to be Issued the Suwonne NOTICE,OFSAli_ i'
NOTICE
River .
...MANUFACTURCM..COUPON a / \ Bargain Buy OF INTENTIONTO number thereon. and The certificate of Issuance District Water Management Route 3,, .NOTICE .Is herebygiven \14. \'
j year
S3t SO /' NAPA 19" Tool Box 'FICTITIOUS REGISTER the description 'Box 64,( Live Oak FL that pursuant,to '. \ ;
NAME 33060. until 12171984.ltchgll39. ,
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WITHOUT COUPON 0 Here's a gift they'll use for secure all- of the property and the the Final Judgement- ''"

Space saving Workmate' work center. ...\purpose storage of tools and supplies. Pursuant 'to Section names In which It was entered. In case number \

Vise jaws open to 5V wide. 23V width'with 7 Regular suggested rera-,' 14.99 865,09,1 Florida Statutes assessed are as follows: ..;;.:.... ...A32. in the Circuit '' d

rule on front jaw. Quantities limited. notice ,.Is hereby given Certificate No\ 73;. ,. ,' .Court. for Bradford C the.. \i
.. Florlda; I wilt sell
17g-0n that the undersigned Yea of Issuance 1982-. NOTICEA <
$ gS 'situated ,
property ,ln '
10. ARTHUR LEONARD Description of Property Bradford .

tJicessso SCHLOFMAN. 'P.O.' Bon No: 2490-00200 tq Acre legal notice'to CARL Florida'described"COUl'ty.es: "
190 Starke, Florida: inSWcororlntCrS.BESec
Christmas I 32091 and KEVIN M. Line AND SARA BEDFORD: lot 4 end 5 of Block' 1. .'$
21.65ec'21 Notice of lien '
Bargain Buy| on ,.Livingston" Truby B Com .
MCAULIFFCr (joint Two 6 S R 22.i storage ,unit No. U, at' 'pa",,'. Addition to the

NAPA Toy-n-uck owners under the,doing firm butlnes'of Name In which a.. ..... Mini of America. ci' Town of Stark*,,,in Section .'
It's rough. It's tough. It's ready forA name* ed WILLIE MAE 301,, Slarke. FL. Sal, 28., Township .6
Black & Decker Car Ute : FORESIGHT LAND : n
anything I a kid can dish out;Made of DEVELOPMENT, WILLIAMS. storage unit will be held South;Range 22 East.oe- .' '
1104
great gift for car truck or boat owner sturdy steel with stay-on wheels and I ;Walnut' St.. ; Stark.t.,, All ''of said property on Dec;!S. 1984, 'at' 10urn. 'icordiftiM' tho'' plot "'.! P
12-foot cord plugs into the lighter for on premises.: '' '
non-toxic baked on enamel paint I ' utility or emergency uses. Bradford. Slat. ,of t/chg1/129 ''public"record of rods, :. :
... Regular suggested'retail- 16.00 : : register 'Mid! fictitious' :
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Regular suggested retail.,-J21.21 ..., nome,. under the. Florida. I Deed: County In', ":: ,.'
''''''' i232 ''S
'aforesaid statute Unless such certificateoreerufkates'shall : Book J. Pa .: 'I;
Dated this 7lh day'of ; : be at 'public sale,to the "" ;;

I. 939I November, A.D.. 19S4, ,redeemed accordinq'tolaw ".'NOTKC\": \ : ... highest bidder for,cash .;
at the front .:\
I ,In Bradford: County. the property Jetcrlb- door of the '
'A douse '
I legal Bradford ,
Christmas Christmas 1l/OB4tcha.li/29. ed ,In such certificate or '. : County Cour1thoute ct
., MELIA STEWART '
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'In ''Starke :"" ,
Bargain Buy) certificates will be'sold' ; '
,
Bargain Buy ? rNOTICI. ;;'Notice, of '(left en.storogp.vnitES Florida: between M:00' :" .
to the highest bidder. "
t, .
NAPA'Eleven Piece at 'a.m.; end 2 )
Balkamp Creeper .OP INTENTION the courthouse dooron. :: p.mkortthe .

It's'a gift they've always wanted/now; Hand Tool Kit TOREGNiTERr the 20th day. of Keystone Mi.i'ppvpf.Am.Neop'' Heights' ,. ....., 'OecemlWri, 20th 1984.'doji. .J.f"''' Ire" ,....

here it is at an incredibly low price. A The versatile gift anyone would love to FICTITIOUS NAME December'1984. ,' .on, Hwy 100.', Sob of, ; ',' ', :I'. "

t solid hardwood frame creeper for have. Easy storage case Is packed with Pursuant Dated this 1st,day of" .storage. unit will be held ONBRTf'lGW4'J. 1 t .
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reaching the tight spots 'eternnquakrytoolsfarallroutlherepairs.Regular ....01. PloWt Section iftotut- New..."' ,. 1..... "" ,on ,Dec,;"l..lW4. ,!at 10 .........11;' / xl '
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suggested retail-' SI9.27 Regular suggested retail-S34.W .I notice' )'a htreby), 'given. .GftBMTS. BROWN ........ on.preml.... ; r .Er Beulah- ? M,%Moody'f..WWW t f >-:f..,. -' 0.

'Clerk of Circuit Court: Itchg+/29 Deputy Clerkf..: : 1 1)9

,,G tthat do'l1:. 1Rt. Bradford. : County. Florida X111 4tchg 12/.WI?,; ># I

:>ave now on .. ..;.Starke, Fl 300 l,,. By Beuloh. Moody jo.Thetlnt ; \. '. "

,toe owners doing. tl/1S4tchfl 12/06 .-....... .. ...... i'
bushes under the firm
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Stance Motor PartsSSf ._ .01 O. BlAMNftMfMMttotM -,' ,-.-- ..

... CHIiWIIty1. SttlNp, NOTICE I/f \Y
,.../ .:Starke. "f0.'s1I81liklNnth FOR APPLICATION 4 ; -' i'

q 964-6060 155 W.';Browntee Road N rrMMw .... ,FORTAXCMttft; t ... ...
MM under the t ,.2 .
Starke Florida
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NAPA BRAND NEW ; .... ..... ........." NOTICE' isIRHERESY "

.. ., GIVE, met.VSRNH Pi human clenonpap<< bat was

; In ODOM,the .holder of tho Merit In 1t77 by Zsaet bHto!as ';'h.IM4kFllhlll .

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if 1. '....\,..HELP WANTED '""" PERSONAL'SERVICES'," .... HOMES' 'FORlRINTsOn, mla1) !K-Jf$..:!!: THRU BEDROOM HOUSE.' : No .'" ,'f ',,',. L U .
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1 i ". I'MhO'lfif' I > 'W. Call ') reference. 9647470. Iteha 11/29 'I' .I, RENT YARD SALE
'3HI 1 FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUAM I I. children'or pel*. .HwylV.p16" ,11\ :
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I'f looking for young H.S. grodts In. SEWING MACHINES. REPAIRED All 468.1323:: 10/01 tfn : FURNISHED 1 Bit DUPLIXi. 116 N. Myrtle .
i'> iterested," In construction, electrical. make cleaned oiled and odlusted.' CLEAN MOWLE HOMtSfor rent. On Hwy. st, $263/mo. $ISO dep. Phone"' -8944' j IC.YSTONI4IOHTS! FRIDAY' AND $SATURDAY Now. SO and
plumbing m.talrklno, water and $15. Work guarant..d. James 16 W. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. days 964-4228 evenings. 11/29 tfn REALTY. I REALTOR Dec. 1. Turn right an Galln Rod off
waste, ma heavy Strickland corner Rd. and 10/07 tfn 13x60 UNFURNISHED MOBILE HOME. 3 I Rental Prop.ryAvailableH.V of SR-21, then left on lol.lgh'.Rood.'
onry equipmentoperator
Morgan
and other engineering fields. Hwy. 16. Stork.. / STUDIO ARTMENTiWoeKry, monthly BR, T'/s BA. One ocr In country. $175 tl 3 BR I Bath fireplace, central" Houieware*. p per-bek. book,
Earn While You learn. Contact TSG CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed. Free role. Palrn; Apartment, 2314 N, Temple per mo., $150 dep.Now taking applica H/A. $350 per month, costume ewelry( clothing, ate. Itpd
t I 4'\f, Carl Steven 904-533-3268, .* 3386. estimate. Nandy-Mon Fence Co. Ave. 7/28 tfn tions.94.5734after 4 p.m 11/293tchg MOBILE HOME PARK LOT water and SATURDAY DEC. 1 -Fairway St.. t until?
! i< Monday thru Friday. 11/22 2tchg 11/29 Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8539.3/29 ROOM FOR RENT BY MONTHiW/SwImm- a BR MOBIL HOMES Convenient to shopping yard car provided. Older couple (no -early bird). Carpel good
1,' IflDIHAL. STAn t CIVIL.SIRVICI JOBS Hn Ing pool. Maid service, linen Included. center. No pets or children. preferred. $69 per month. children1* clothe; mix. Item, A
;i ''AVAILABlti Call l-(619)( ) 569-8304: fat MACHINE QlMLTINOt Crib to King *li*. Restaurant and lounge on premise 9648810. Itchg 11/39 SEMINOLB RIDGE "R JViBA screened bargain for avryonl 1 Itpd 11/29,,
'. Info., 24 hour.. 11/22 3tpd 13/06 Also hove quilt for tale. Assorted Utllltle Included. $300/ma. Fr.*park 3 LARGE ROOMS AND BATHl Furnlthed porch newly painted woodstove, E. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9-9 .weight'
PAHT-TIMB HELP NIEMDl Apply Pep-O .,lie* and design' Betty Hlldebrond Ing. Econo lodge of Sta"" .. 9647600. apartment. $150 mth plus $75 deposit. ecutlve horn $400 per mo. benches, weight*, cabbage porch doll
Food Mart 620 S. Walnut. 6 a.m. .to 3 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg 5/03 tfn No pet.. 9648071. Itchg "/29 HWV IT LAKE BROOKLYN .3 bedroom, t almost new doll and ltuHed'a,,.
p.m.ltchg, 11/29 WANTTODIINK' NOW TAKING APPLrCATIONSfor 4 8R, 2 J ROOM HOUSEt Completely 'furnished. bath C.B. home, $275 per month. barbk. toy, motorcycle; bike. girl
, ;. THE CITY OF STARK WILL ACCEPT APPLICATIONS THAT'S VOURIUSINISS BA apt. For more Information call lake $140/mth. Call after I p.m. 9644789.Itchg : 2 BR I BATH Central H/A 2 car goroge.. clothe .1.! 5-6 almost new and other.
i Nov. 26-Dec. 9 for full. WANT TO STOP Butler Apt... 496-3141. Equal Opportunlty 11/29 lake access $250 per month. Children clothe oil 1"boy and girl
: time fireman. Apply at Merrell 0...' THAn oun Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 2 BR TRAILER Near Hampton Phone KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY-, and many other Item Pecan and Bird!
'r 'office In City Hall Itchg 11/29, Akohallc AnonylllOu..U41SOO..uu. LOG SPLirTIRFor rent, by day or hour. 964-6831. Itpd 11/29 Realtor 473-4961 !.vN..t! to football stadium. 'Itpd
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' NIED MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS Start Call 9646974. 11/29 tfn IIR WITH CH A Ai $275 month plus$100 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA 3 BR, 2 bath
'rt W) Immediately 10-15 hour per week, ALANON MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE rlEIOHTIi2 BR damage f... 964-7834. Itchg 11/39 heat and A/C. fenced back yard. $345, CARS TRUCKS .: '
' f', 'unlimited earning potential.Call for In.I' FAMILY GROUP acres from lake Geneva $155 per FURNISHED :I 8R,1 BA DUPLEXi 11B Myrtle p.r month first. |Ia.t.and. deposit. .
.....621t Furnl.h.d unfurnished _. \ ft BO ATSIf
tervlew.I 702.3790.11/29 2tchg 13/06 month. or St. $265 month. $100 damage f 16943087. 11/22 tfnchg2BR
pd thru 8/16 Bill 9/27 tfrt l
4737560. 9648944. 11/39 KmMOBILE UNFURNISHED MOBILE HOME -
I''t f.'f : v BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Septic TRAILER SPACES AVAILABLRiUnder new' HOMEi Furnished or unfurnlth. Stove and refrigerator, covered patio 79 DODOE-40 pickup/camper tap.'
:' i'' 'j',. .- line relald. Residential and commercial. 964-9332 for Information 9/27 tfn .9648704. Itchg 11/39 SR.100. Couple only no pel, $.75 per 4.600 mile 473-3774. 1 tpd 11/29 '
: AXLES ft TIRESt Two axl..and four tlr... Fully licensed. Reasonable S BR BLOCK HOMEtCA/Heat. Stove HOUSES 4 APARTMENTS $150 and up. month. 479-1032. Itpd 11/29 CHEVROLET 4-W-D BLAZER Many .....
"; Highest prlc. paid. Green' Welding 9648121. 10/18 tin refrigerator furnished. ''$300 per mo. 964-. 4048 or 964-5143.,Itchg 11/29 OFFICE SPACE -excellent location ,In city. Ira.. Only 27.000 mil... $..500 co....; ,
LEAK IN THE ROOF MOLE IN THE Hn '
GOT A Call 964-5606 10/25
'.j'.1 'Shop.. 301 South Stork., FL. 964-9007.. .*, .'. SubscribeTodayl) 473-4881 or 473-4786. 2tchg ,,475-2306.. Itchgll29FOR ';'
'.., 11/03 FLOOR faucet need.fixin', need a lock- TWO HOUSES FOR RENT bedroom. 2 .
tfnchgWfMBUY. the door W. do all this and much bath. remodeled. Stark. '
Completely
I" COUNT
on ; BRADFORD MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS "T
.. Sill, TRADES Cold, liver,, I, SALE
and Mobil Horn
Horn 473-7832.11/01
mar repairs.Mon. area. / : .. .
diamond... Highest TELEGRAPH
paid.
price .-Frl. 8-6, 964-8830. Alter 6 p.m. 2 BR, 2 .BA MOBILE HOMHiKeyiton ,
964-4238. 11/08 If/29 doted DRIP
4tpd and weekend, 964-8961.10/25 tfn101'S Height area.,4737832. 1I/O1 tfn a; \ 964- 305' ANONYMOUS SHALLOW AND WILL PUMPS PVC
"" WANT TO BUY A Commercial MOBILE HOME MOVING MOBILE HOME WITH IXPANDO LIVING v ;' 956 SANTA FE meeting Monday B p.m. Openmeeting pipe and fitting. Water oftener,'
ulldlng..Anywhere lev Northeast Moving Blocking, AnchoringCool ROOMi2 BR. No pet. $225/rno. $175 Iy'"nt.ton.'Iir Friday 8 p.m. Alanon, Monday Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgl.,
Florida. Or lea.. or rent. Rout. 2, Box hv( 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational
Celling SkirtingW. Call after 6. 9646054. 11/01 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
deposit
24 wid. Shl"gl. roof,
193, Grocevllle. Fl 32440. 11/29 Church 473-2790
Itchg :. Building Community
Call to place
itj have axle I wheals.Call FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM plywood floon. and AMWAY PRODUCTS your
Bob Chrlstma furnished.. 'J. or 475-2130. tfnchg order Nutrllll Vitamin, Need extra
DUPLEXsPart of utilities No ,,;.;, flr.plac.. Starting'. at PAC RAT- Buy. Sell and trade. Used fur. lot .detail
|.259.3799-Mocclenny 11/22 tfn Income? Call 'us
'. HOMES FOR SALE children no pet 9$4-5461. $1700.. ,
>1' nlture, appliance,_ household It.mi.coll.etabl. ,
> 11/084tpd ")/29 473-3671.9/10 tfnchaj
2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY InLawtey. SKYLINE
'. ? L .*, glassware, old Jewerly, With rhythm" lec
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Hot meal Call 7823458. 11/22Ifn HAMMOND ORGAN -
w, BUY Flnt ono| Second Exlitlng Mar.tgage '" MOBILE HOME CTI. tool, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 mulc.$995. Call
and of 9644539.
plenty room to play. 4 BR HOME IN COUNTRYl 5 acre of hun Lion, plus organ
and also originate horn equity 11/22 2tpd 11/29 ting property. $200 mth'and: $100 dep. "" t 641 473-2210 weekday or,, 473-448
loan.. Coll Lit Langley. at '964.5010. WI DO ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIRS 964-6818 after 9:30. Itchg 11/29 1\ HOUSES FOR SALE weekend for appointment to ..*. HnSINGER
8/09 tfn.BYOWNERt< Roofing gutter, painting and some 1"11. IlIA BLOCK, HOME Fenced ( { .NOW.SPECIA SEWING MACHINE In cabinet
; Quiet, close, convenient. electrical) and plumbing. Call Charle. backyard, nice. $215 month plus $100 'At" 19EsFIIntston. NICE 2 BR/2 BATH horn for *ol*. .Vfenced .1: good condition. $60. Fireplace end
Sp clou. 4 BR, 2 BA. Lot of torage.. for free ..tlmot... ((904)) 7823332. deposit.' Call 9647972. ttpd 11/29 'j I"" .lb56. 2 8R/2 BAM acre, fully equipped kitchen, Iron and screen. $30 475-2598 Itpd

Chalnllnk, carport; workshop. Pecan. 11/221tn EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS Furnished ,. M Ceiling Fan$'.," central H/A/$43.500. Assumable mar. LARGE NATIVITY SET -Ceromic-outdoot'. .
1.96 acre Good gard.ning.'Down' deck, ( tgage. Call 1.744.9343.4tpd 11/19-12/6
Call
CARPENTRY
Repair porch.* one room small kitchenette. $145 SKYLINE Must s" to oppr< payment. Assumobl' mortgag. addition., plumbing repair, no |lob too month. $100 deposit. Tiffin S Owens, :" \ MOIIL.HOM'CTI NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT BR, 2 BA 4733844. Itpd 1129PERSONAL '
"r 964.5610.8/30 tfn mall. Free ..tlmat... 9646232.. 'Itchg Inc. 964-5065. Itchg 11/29 ", Iii':", 9$4.4411ntnrnnn wooded tot near golf cour*.. By owner
MM S.WATER STREET By owner, 2 BR, CB 11/29 UNFURNISHED 2 BRt Upstair.apartment. I' I 475.25983tpu 11/29-12/13 "
home. 14681323. 11/08 tin EXPERT SEWING By pattern only and Couple only. No children no pets. t" SERVICES
LARGE 3 BR. 2 BATH BLOCK HOME 7 .". .
on alteration. Reasonable rate Call Reference $100 d.p..$165 mth. Coll
acre. In Stork. $39,900. Call 9646386. 9646998. 3-9 Itpd 11/29 I ,, '
p.m. 11/29 work
964-8051 for appointment. llpd I CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling ,
Itpd 11/29 WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE APARTMENT FOR RENT 3 BR furnished. kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry
LOO HOMES Ov.r 40 rustic model to HOLIDAYS Flat rots $20 $35. Have AC. Apt In town. Call 964-5876 and a. I' .a. ..: Reasonable price. Call 473.<1011 altar
choo* from. Sand for FREE : ; 1 + .. =:.. ; ..
BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES reference, 'will travel. Call Joyc. at leave. name and phone number, Itpd ., I" ta ,w "'T"' =:.. (i' :::. 5:30: p.m. 1/3 tfnchg
496-2939 or Fay 4962980. Itpd 11/29 ROOMS FOR RENT CARPET AND VINYL Repair and Installation .
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Rout.One, Box B4CF Mo**, Tennessee HANDYMAN. All kind of horn repair.No .Day Week *Mo th ';":' Pre-ChrlttrTKit Special i 4; *. Fr. estimate Ten year

38975': ((615)) 258.3648. (Icon' ) |lob too mall, $12 hr..Call 9646868. MAGNOLIA HOTEL '.it+JhT-T 10-25% Off All Quill*In Stock .'. experience. Call 473-4217 and osk Jar

Itpd 1129BABYSITTING Aero from Stark.P.O. ; A. Assorted Sliet L Detlgnt Nov.29.Dec. 4 1 Craig. "17 tfnchg .
tIi' <
HAVE THREE IN MY HOME N.wborn UNFURNISHED ,2 BR APARTMENT "' HIWebrand 'HANDYMAN All kind of horn repair.
and I live at 706 McMahon 1 Jt; *A "fMachine/ QuIlting by Betty "
15 Skyline Home age up. DUPLEX Available Nov. 1, $235 per mobllehom repair, and fix-up need.
.24' wide, ;3 BR, 2 BA. Street, ask for Undo: Itpd 1129I mo./SlOO sec. deposit. 122 :IN, Myrtle' ; '.I,. > Corner, of CR-225' (Baylett' Hwy)d NW 40th Ave. '"?**;, No lob too .mall. Minor plumbing

Shingle rood, plywood, I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT IN MY HOME. St. 964-8944. 11/01 tin' ', K-: *. 964-8122 repair. Cleaning ._Ic.. light haulIng. .
/loonfirepiaci, Starting' Phone 964-5963. Cheryl Wllllngham. 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSEt No children no 'V '" + Call Jim 47 -361' day or evening,
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at $J1;>00. Itpd 11/29 pet. $300 month plus $150 sec.' dep. + .. .::::.. +. .. 9/17 tfnchg.
SKYLINE.MOBILE GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door, window, Fir. Ian "NO. ..s. Klngsley take. NURSES ASSISTANT with good
HOME CTR. .tc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 5332789. 11/08 tfn reference; would like weekend 'or
'. 9646078. Order also tak.n In Lake Weekly. All utilities with
KITCHENETTES evening work 'elderly person. .
64.4414
Butler, 496-3079, and Keytlon furn. Maid service and sleeping rooms PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS 473-2780 after 6 p.m. Itpd 11/29
Height, 473.4973, 2/?6 tfn Underwood Motel Hwy 301 N. Itpd NEED HELD WITH CHRISTMAS Babysitting -

BOATS 11/29 housecleaning, addressing card..
FOR RENT BROOOKIYN LAKESmokerl subdlvl- hopping, baking and .tc; lat me help.
Ion 2 BR. 1 BA., wall to wall carpet ; Call 479-3359 otter 4 p.m. tchg 11/29
|f4' MITCHELL 'GLASS BOATi With 9.8 central heat and ,air stove and 1 6' PERSONALLY 'YOURS-IMPRINTED
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME \ 1 e. 3 Bedroom '
Mercury Gator trailer with extra Can refrigerator.No pel.,$300 per month.. Apts. ADVERTISING ; .Businesses-School*.
be seen at Stake kO.... lot 69.:$879 or PARKiMoblle home.,, and (paces lorrent. ''Call 964.5663.11/13 4tchg 12/06 j.1150.tci2il"i.: .; 'j! ;J".r r .,: ..Clubs-Church.'. 'JCeychalnt.pen*; ,
Recreational vehicle w.leome.itiiiSlh.'iZ,6ryUOR47Rtln :: ,
best offer. 9648484. .hgll'a! LAKEFRONT.:COTTAGE*., 1 ,Bit( ;,,screened From i it tM, f : ..cop*. calendar dcatn\ ::awaro...W "I/w"
; 'lihtnabMeaih : '!. ,**,.fa ph""e*.'merfol..Vaos. :36,000 Item lachoo l
.. nus. rt' W. t..ponh'bopt dofk ;good 1It.i-- .ari >Ii l' ,7w1 !! !! .
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.rw.mwR...11I . '" '?1"1"'t *rlt. t 'v> "r' / / 1, < -" "'. _d .' logo. Call 473.2321.2tpd 11/29.12/6
--r 19"Liberty Supra 1530. Madison FURNITURE STRIPPING and rellnlshlng.

ONI ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. 14x50. 2 BR 1 BA I g" ..... ,'-1 Specializing In ontlqu! Call Joe
S3.000. $300'down $75 per. 'mo.. ,Call $8,900 INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH. ".-r:. Phone 9646312 473-2521:: 2tpd 11/29-12/6 .
9645606. 10/4 Hn SKYLINE PRESSURE WASHING Remove dirt;
|l.7 ACRES off Brook. Road (CR 227)). MOBILE HOME CTR. TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDED) mildew and peeling paint from "home*,
$4.000. $400 down.?$79 per mo. Call 964-4414 Sell subscriptions to Th. Florida Timer ';t r driveway, d.ekl. patio and moblla
964-5606. 10/4 tfn Union from the'' comfort of yourl own I INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH home, Call Rick. at tl7: .2452. 4tchg

]4V ACRES off Forsythe Rood. $1.995 home. Set hours. Be '''The Florida Times-Union Is accepting! "
oer.acre. Ho*,a large pond. $2.000 FLORiLANDREALTY your own. your own ..' for salespeople to PETS .
applications
boss. No to meet. Not'a salaried young
down, .$200 p.r mo.Call. 964-5606.10/4 quota
tfn ; but excellent' commission sell subscriptions to new customers. NICE CHRISTMAS GIFT large block'pony. |
position an t .
HAMPTON LAKE) By owner tot 75' on Structure. Must be 1 16 years! of age or.older.. Ex gentle. $315.473.7733.. try.Ing.ltpd
' lake and 1001 on Hwy, 18, about 200' 'cellent 11/29
9647700 commission
Transportation
deep. Call 9646619. Itpd 11/29 Call; 964-5165 for details paid, 'AKC. REGISTERED Cocker Spaniel pup-
; 393 N. Tempi Av. ., pie, 6 week old, hove been wormed
yr ::1 Vernle P. Odom provided.Call 964.5165 for details Oil J7.:\.7048: tn.f 1129LASTFOUND' '

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Got Bock Trouble.
FOR RENT: '
LOST MALI GERMAN SHEPHERD cream
i. TUNE INTO .3 BR, Home, Trailer- for. American Hamilton '. GAINESVILLE SUN and black. Bedford Oak. Cemp Eton-
Aquamatk Model N-20, .
rent. CIRCULATION MANAGER ding area. 468-2987 p.m. weekend' .
DISTRICT:
HOMESAraiJLLTETV (lit R lost mo. plus".p) $100.00Eiercl .. or 475-1414 day. Itpd 11/29 ::
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: : Good location for Of, bench"complete 'The Gainesville 'Sun.ftlow:accepting'applications "for, a full-time'New' '

flee.: Building I.000.q. ft. $35.00 District; Circulation Soles 'Manager for the Bradford. Clay Union "ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.Ems .
', Could easily ,be two,, of. 2-Eye. Wood : for oriented individual .
circulation areos.,9Weore looking a goal-
'County :
flee, each with separate Heater.i I Realtor
,, entrance, less than,$20 '. $85.00 who is able tq motivate( and deal effectively with people. )
'. -J."oo. ._ .JS- Color ConsoleTruTone Include recruitment and of FormerITFAULKNERREALTY I
.q. ft.Building. Responsibilities! ;,supervision I training .
r. "' '10* with lot of TV I adult I' motor route carriers'', monitoring: sales collections I and /
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-' space. 3 different store. $125.00 delivery service'Salary'bonus: : plan benefits, transportation pro :::. I 964-50651
' Question How would' like to Owner will hold I .
; you mortgageto at' Gainesville Sun. 408 South'Walnut. '
''vlded. 'Applications being accepted
take your pick from more than 650 qualified buyer LAWTEYPAWNHwyMllawtey I ail ,. .,.tte St. Access l..m Wishbone
free movies each and every month .24 oc..3:: BR.2 BA house. i Starke from 9 a.m.,.. to 5 p.m. Weekdays. No calls. M....-trl. .:' seen to S3Q f.rn, S.tU'.1*9...... II n.. ,
Have you ever settled down In front Approx. 9 yrs. old. Hall '
of your TV for an afternoon of football nursery for pig, concrete INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
and then discovered the best8ames I pen, has been Used a. UNIQUE ,LOVELY: COUNTRY SETTING with :2.35 ,-

weren't. even. 'broadcast. to I hog farm acre and 2,000 tq': ft.cypress house. with fishpond
region? TERMS: decks central H B A.
four '
1Answer SS.It Ac. lot/). ; loned Looking for a ;Good Deal? *SARATOGA HEIGHTS: 3 BR, ,1 BA CI with porch

: Tuning in to Satellite ;TV trailer. and carport. $30,000. Excellent owner financing.
answers all 'yourquestions about 9 Ac., 301 So. 450' rood *DUPLEX ON :3 LOTS: In town. Good business
satellite TV. See the dealer below for frontages I location. Eiicellent term for qualified buyer'

a a free copy. But. hurry-the. supply is I 181 Ac.-Good': hunting Check' ,our\ prices: before you TOO much! ) 17 ACRES WITH CRIB AND FEEDING STALL 'Id1
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''Imlt :wood.,,Graham area. : ,, :; pay for horses Fenced. Priced to ell. .
198 Ac:Front SR 1$.War .f' .
*TRIPLEX 'ON US 301: lawtey.. Owner,linanclng' \
'p Carlson ,thlngton Spg*.%,Union Co. We have bee in Business iri Florida for 34 available.:

'i 'Home Satellite System*, Inc.St. .. 114 Ac. Front Co:Rd,18. ; *8'> ACRE FARM.' W/DWJ. with permanent roof u

.ICO Keystone Height. A Co. Rd.238..Wothlngt,tti and porch. Mutt tee to appreciate. Priced to sell
: {473-2646 'Spring. Union Ca.r years: -. Designing cu tori-Building to meet *NEW LISTING: COUNTRY C'UaAltEA",3 BR, 2 BA' ,

"J.. ? '____--n'' ------ $,...000 w/aumabl'morlgage. 9/10 of an ocr* '

YOUR>specific needs. WeJ'wili, :also ,complete'YO.UR w/paved rd. frontage. .
': "' Rob ns' Real ; Estate *HANDYMAN SPECIAL! Horn with large cement
:1" ;: blk.: yorkthop. $".000. Good owner financing.

: 986 N.:Temple: W4-6262 Ave.< S_Starke FL", home. or :building,(to( ')AN'Y' :STAGE YOUDESIRE. manmade*60 ACRES pond.PRIME:Owner AGRICULTURAL financing. 'LAND with 2. I.

*, : '*MUST SEE TO BEUEVE! t BR, 2 BA !brick henna ,. '7
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, '"i I ., ; $\ $,' &/ with fireplace, skylights' and sunken tub art 6.) .
[FORTY ACRE >FARM OFF :BROWNLEEi : acre*. '- -:. \

\ [ROAD:; acres'of, paean G'W2'! ocres'of] : .*DUPLEX: Excellent location' B Owner financing.; '., '. .(.; i{

1\i' [Improved; p turedenced'> both cross. !antI "- In the :Market for: a : New Home? : < .Only*REMODELED 18000. 3 BR. ,, 1 BAi/'Acrot from City Hall., 1' '1 ,,,,.' 10 ;S.1 t'

.,I,r;; Jed.,' Two'bedroom: ) }two .house.'wlthj '*>VERY NEAT:3 BR frame firma with vinyl tiding'In ?

,;\ I centraI'hwf'und\ : air' ancIp'fireptac..lmmacurat4i : i "V. I out t '3-Bcdroom Brick Veneer Special Q! country Only $29.000. : t v .. a':::, ;;' >1
our ;
, E : ,Barris; holding pens. hay j ; *NEXT TO CITY PARK:Comfortable. remodeled :2 1\

:,* |9torag.; everything to moke,thl$'one of the > I' BR, DR. FR.i Other extras.. .' v'i. 1-\ ',. (
f! county's best working forms, 1*12 Baths, CH/Af',Carport,:UtilRm.; &'CarpetingStarting *SARATOGA HEIGHTS: ) BRP.1 BA C: 8. hardwood '. *'.

;. MOBILE; !': HOME! LOTS FROM $3500: Most! !'.at$34,844Ion''your, ; lot ; Moor*IMMACUIATC Central H4A., : BI11,: i iH ..."Hwy 16,',W, "Many o .;'c n.It.. \

''lots:.will/qualifyfor, standard septlf tank: extras. In city limit, ," : / l...l t"
rli 'Excellent= terms. 1 Details Free.' Estimates : *AUTO MECHANIC GARAGE't LIVING Q ARTERi., : \. r "
/ ,BROWNLEE ROADrFour bwjdroom((,,2 bath For, :More,: :&. Call: on 2 acre. rt/ ,"

home with' 'ntror air'fireplace l :! *39 ACRES: Wooded: Priced 57000. ,
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,, femodelIled HWY 301 N: 41/, *\, Acnes.Next. .. Textile,Towf. ; ," ... ', ,:;
Irt:19!0.,.;;Qrt 2/3 acre,. frjced! _bfow" op- .1 LONGCHAMP I HOMES I $26.000. ..4,.: ., 4''f'

olsed'valu. fof quIck,'IC1le I INCA COUNTRY SETTING ON 4 ACW4: CN A, $rlikporch. ,n:I :.,,""I, : .l''

It2 NIWLY REMODELED HWMEk ,ON ,ONfil worhahep greenhouses Call ta lee this' '; '
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YARD SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE CARS & TRUCKS M.r

SUSAN'S BACK I

ft used 7t LINCOLN TOWN CARS Good cond. Hamptons Travel .
N.w Agy.
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 93.
FlREWOOOi Call 9648268. ask for Matt TURNIPS OK MUSTARD GREENSi You
Con be Sale. To Dee.18 ,
tool, furnishing, porting good 961.5606.110/25 Op.n
tfn 65 We 85 '
11/29 pick. cents pick. cent a Hwy
houseware ft clothes. 315 N. Clark St, 100. Coll tfn U'N.Temple Ave.Subscribe. ill
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AKC REGISTERED Cocker Spaniel. 2 M, bunch. 964-7798 or 9647372. Itchg '87 CHRYSLER 4dr. Sedan block. Good OfJ iJr

10/25 tfn lik. clothes. buff, $123; 1 F, blond., $125, 3 F, black. 11/29 cond. $'.000. Can be teen at Olln'MH
THRU rAMILIiSt Many -n.w $175. All Shots. Call after 5 p.m., OAT TRAILERS From$283.00.17 to 3Trailer /'.
100. 9645606. 10/23
Girls and women .Iz... lots of Levis' Sales. Hwy. Call
5332779.: Itpd 11/29 World. 300 S. Federal Hwy., '
(I. 3.10; shoes: all cloth.. 25 to 75 rtn !IIn
FREEZERt One
UPRIGHT KENMORE yr. Pompono Beach FL 3057850030. iLDEALTcICEl1A
4-door series,
bed. 'M LINCOLNi Signature
twin
each eo
cents ; stereos $15 :
old. $450. 964-7011 after 530 p.m. Home of Slip-On Aluminum Boat
value
17700. loon 16000.
$20 and handmade Adoption Dolls, like new.
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11/29tfn Trailer (icon) .
; $30 and Many others from $12 and '82 Jeep Cherokee, with Laredo PHONE 964.7776
up.
GOLF CLUBS AND RAG New 7500. ADOPTION DOLLS $25 In diapeR. $30 Srorfce:
11/01
tfn
Thur., Sat. Sun. all day; Friday. package. $10,800.113.2311.
up.
oft.r 1 p.m. Corner Epperson andButl.r 964-4237. Itchg 11/29 skier. dressed. Also have many other hand- IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR Call Monfez ERWnLLGAR 205 N. ,Temple Starke I
OUTBOARD MOTOR Chrysler 700 mod dolls and clown from $12 and
2- housebehind $44through the U.S. government G.t
Rood tory yellow Low hours excellent condition, $750or up. Also taking order for Christmas SPECIAL
Madison Church. the facts today! Call 1.312.742.1142 ,
Street
Baptist best offer. Call 964-4877 after 6 p.m. 2-story yellow house behind Madison !361-4 BR 2 BA on 3 plus
1129SATURDAY Ext. 609. 11/151tpd 12/06 NEW LISTING Priced sell. Brick '
Itchg to 3 BR, 2
Itpd 1129PARAKEETS Street Baptist Church corner Epperson Ac. Pond:
42500.
DEC. l II 1976 International 79 FORD FIOO CUSTOM W/TOPPERi
PET SURPLUS Nylon dog and Butler Road. 902 Butler Road. Itchg Ford remanufactured 1381-LI. Commercial oc BA CHCA Best location. Chain link fence.
4x4 truck, elec. churn clothes, 7,000 mile on
draperies, book., furniture, 'pecans. collar and leaihe and horse occessorl.s. 11/29 302 V-8, 4 sp. 0.0.. PS. new .starter 2.89ac. $15,000. Low down $49.000. Assum M'/ % Mtg. Mo. Pmt.

First road to right after passing Crlffls House. Save lot.SOX 19, Old or more.Waldo Dot'sBird FleaMarket. REAL ESTATE goad condition. Asking $...000. Nego. payment. $297.09 ......... .
loop Hwy. 100 S. Itehg 11/29 or will consider partial trade far motor 1358.2 BR. 2 BA 1981 MH
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Itpd 1129V ATTENTIONi DEVELOPERS ft INVESTORS Beautiful
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Dec. 112. 9-4 OUT OF AREA cycle. Call 964-7793 altar 1 p.m. with 2 Ac. Furnished. Fenc :
1 J USED FURNITURE! Open AgainUnder housing' development, paved roods,,except, term*
book. .
I Pecans, Christina trees. weekday, anytime on weekend ed. $30.000.
New Next to PostOffice Call for
Management. by Info.
owner more
cloth., hou..hold and many otheritems. 1l/222tpd 11/29. 1380.3 BR. 1 BA MH 10
on
in Raifr'rd. Itpd 11/29 EXCELLENT TAX SHELTIRi Hotel In quaint
REAL ESTATE INVESTORS W. listed
hove|just
*evn
425 .N. Christian Street. Hpd 176 DATSUN PICKUPi bed .
Long
auto
A.
130 FARMAll TRACTOR ft Equipment, historic town Louisville, Ga., U.S. lawtey $31,500., Good (7)( ) excellent rental I Five duplexes and 2 home.
11/29 transmission $975. 7823110. ftchg
$2300. 964 8122. Itpd 11/29 Hwy I. Building structurally sound and Owner term.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY All are rented and have positive cash flew
.FRIDAY $40, built In 1920 Qualifies for DowntownDevelopment 11/29 '
KEROSENE HEATERS
TWO one
Gr..n drop-In .Iee. tove; 7 In. double crib CHEVY PICKUP Excellent condition.. SPACIOUS BRICKS 3 BR, 2 BA. Large great roam
clothes $20 baby by Authority funding.
dryer one
base and sink; cabinet tops yellow ; double Power steering, brakes, stereo.',Must w/flreploce. Double garage.. Builder will finish to
bookcase three
Bassett, $SO, on. Thirty-five room, dining areas,
Formica, U..haped. about 20"; couch: see to' appreciate Call 7823960. cull your taste .r you can finish at a reduced price.GREAT .
only kitchen remodeled.
bed, $30; on. gas stove Maytag newly Reasonably
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free-standing cabinet: 8 ft. sliding 2 mth. old, $350. Call 9647163. Itchg priced. Call ((912)) 625-3482 or writ 302 ($2500)) Itchg 11/29 MAINTENANCE FREE HOME In county.

glass door with screen, GE central AC 11/29 East 5th St.,. Louisville, GA 30434 1971 MERCURY ZEPHYRS Station wagon. Canv. to town, fruit ft oak. tree. 4'/t yr*. old. Exc.
with gas furnace and oil copper tubes NEWSPAPER PLATESi Aluminum. (fcan) Power leering, power broke. Air buy at $51,500.'DISCOVER .

for complete system, fish equip.; GM Measures 24x36".25 cents each. Great NEW MEXICO S acres near Concha lake condo Very clean. $1850. 7823110. A WORLD OP BLIS.SFUL PRIVACY Within

wheels, hub caps; metal desk; kitchenpots for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Motel/Dam. Winter/Summer (port*. Itchg 11/29 43*N.Temple Ave.Stark this new stone ft cypress, dramatic contemporary en

and pans; tent, clothes; and misc.Item. 135 W. Call St. 964-6305. $10000 (negotiable). Writ to: 6948 .197' CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 2door. ..PI. 12091 a 10 Ac. site In the city. Sumptuous touches h.clud.gorgu. .

.. 9648016. Corner of Northeast13th TWO WELL USED METAL DESKSi $30 ea NW 1t St., Margot., FL 33063. Call $793. Phone 964-7623.: Itpd 11/29 STROUTREALTY wallpaper 2 fireplace*, 4 BR, 2 BA with\
Street and 2nd Av.nu. Country
1979 MERCURY ZEPHYRi Z-7. superb condition
One department cash register fat 13059711262. (fcan) exc. traffic pattern. 135000. ,
Club section. 11/29
Itchg sale $225. THE OFFICE SHOP, 110 W. cylinder automatic air, '
WE ARE of
HOME INTERIORS SCRATCH. ft DENT PROUD TO OFFER one Bradford Coun',*
Call St. 961.5761.NEWSPRINTROLL FOR SALE OR RENT .i power steering new radial and more. MCOVCMtATtO truly luxurious home. situated from the
SALE Some Christmas reduced. Otheritems ENDSi Perfect for painting 33,000 original mile*. $3093 or best of. ssoxsI across
also. Sot.. Dec. I. 84. 1103 W.; ler. 964-8803. Itchg 11/29 Country Club. Extraordinary privacy and gracious
furniture, kidsto
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Pratt St. Itchg 11/29 drawing covering= 1912 TWO DOOR FORD GRANADA 944-8931 473-3096 living are available this 3 BR, 2/, BA.brick home.
color ontc. $3.00 roll. SMALL BUSINESS Or will 1 lease Building
SAT., DEC. 1i 8:30 a.m. 617\ West Pratt per An,uncommon cenc.pof living. condition.A .
: Power steering, brake, air Superb
Call power
TELEGRAPH. 135 W. St. 964 6305. Only. On Hwy 301 N. Call 964-4048 or .
St. Thr. family garage sale. Clothing 26 CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER Fifth 964-3142. Itchg 1129MOBILE while W/blue vinyl top. Run good. SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Beautifully

toys, fabrics, and plant Itchg 11/29 Wheel. 2995. Call 9645606. 10/25 tfn 21757823110. Itchg 11/29 constructed white brick, 4 BR. 3 BA w/iwlmmlng

SATURDAY DEC. ll 8:00: to biko 5:00.and 812 lots N.. PECANSU.pick, .50 cent. a pound.. HOMES lfaf SCOUT S80O. Firm.' 4311050. Itchg. TrompolineiFactory ,,,, pool. Designed with the family In mind.
Thompson St. Ten-speed
9646530. 11/15 tfntchg. 11/29 SMASHING CONTEMPORARY! 2-story, cedar, at
more Items. Hpd 11/29 ROLLS OF HAYiOrder your hay for the FOR SALE ins CHEVELlEt Good condition $850 or Country Club. 2514 sq. ft. on 2 fat*. Beaut. lnul.
FAMILY SALE Sat., Dec. 1,1
FIVE YARD Direct
.. winter and leave it under my born until 'best offer. 961.7276.11/29 3tchg 12/13 Fireplace; y r,. old. SP $175,000 ",.mtg. 73.000 at
Bock of Con
til 127 N.Water St. Pest
and needed. Rolls of Alicia $25 at barn, SKYLINI MOBILE HOME CENTER. 1971 IUICK SKYLARKS 330. 2 barrel), lay A Way now 'agrChrstmoti "/. Y" Mo. Pmt, 6996.
trol. Clothes lot women Hwy.
men
children. Also lo' of assorted Items. Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at born. 301 N. Stork. Com see Dee Ramon, rebuilt transmission new brakes, no ,, I ROOM TO ROAM 2565 sq. H. home I Is located on..
Cancel rain. Itpd 11/29 Argentina Bahia $20 at barn. Hay barn for the bargain 964-4414 or 9644778. rust Mops, white letter tires, custom $25" DownI 3'/i Ac. w/3 B.. 3 BA ft CH/A.S105.000.

FRIDAY NOV. 30j 9 til ??.2 MI. N. of 7 miles North of Starke on Rd. 16.: 4/26 tinMOBIL fog lights.air shock, run ...c.lI..tly.'FM.II.rea. 8 ft. x ?)21t. -$23S', HOMI APPROX.. 49 ACRES HWY 229 $99,000..
First take
Stork. on 301 next to saw Discount Delivery available at extra charg. HOMI FOR SALES Keystone $900 It. Phone 13 ft. Round $299 Assm. 'mtg. of appro $4B,000 at 9''I, me. pmt
Paul 1-473-3108 12822353.
782.3727 9646167. 11/15 tfn or Itchg
Parts llchg 11/29 or Heights. 2 BR across from lake 11/29 S3l5.it..2nd mtg. for $20,000 at 13% by owner.

SATURDAY f-4i Dec. 1st. Corner Alton XMAS TREES Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down HAMPTON LAKEr Redwood ,ft brick 3 BR. 2 BA
Rd and Butler Choose S cut live tree from 2,000 shaped Must remain lot for 1979 FORD TORINO Power itring.pow.r 7S7 199?'' 7529..12
1002, \ Rd. Housewares on five year. home. Fireplace ft .cr 'd parch an landscaped IIC.
brakes
pine A cedar. 1.10W to Hwy. 125 exit at '' air, one owner, clean '
4737560. Bill. 7523383
women and children clothes; mlsctItems. 9/27 tfn LakO'Gty plus lot $94,200.; .
Cancelled rain. Itchg 11/29 Glen St. Mary's, go 12 ml. N. on, Hwy. 2 BEDROOM M/Hfurnlshed 3/4 7823110. Itchg 1129MOTORCYCLES
acre 'SECLUDED.CHARMINGi 2-story. S BR. "3'." BA.
125. Watch for
BOY SCOUT TROOP *1li At Bradford signs 239-7416. 11/22 fenced $20.000. Call between noon I 6 CH/A. office llm.
pd 1220QUARTERHO.SI Sep In city Fish pond on 1 Ac. See
Rentals No. :301 2111 N. Temple '
or pm 964.5928.11/154tpd 12/6
b.II. ..
to SP Now SS9.900.
SALE
McGinn Ranch
Ave 10 a.m. Sat.. Dec. 1, Also Shop & Compare! .
3.500 Will this 3 BR. 1', BAw/CH/A. .
Specials. AA Broodmare, 11 In foal to buy In
spaghetti dinner, 3 til $.30 $3
plate. Itpd 11 nq : pm, per big block TB. Due Feb. $2.300; Pinto 197B SUZUKI MODEL 100) .Only 2600 Sptfi.il. .Insurance. for country. Fireplace, deck ft patio. I Ac. Circle drive,

FRI. ft SATs Nov. 30. Dec. 1 (9 to 5)) Shelled Pony. $150, tractor; '84 Panama Jet COMMERCIAL PROPERTY) mil... Call 473.3211.10/le tfn; .Mobile Homo' 'ark" COMMERCIAL-OAK PLAZAr.Just S. of City limits,
large bags. Over pound S3 odd colt $1200. Have more. 9645078..Itpd 197 HONDA 5501 4.cyfl..r.v:fairing "All l>'px. of Imni? next to future home of Storks,Chrysler-Plymouth. 13
11/29 RE T/LEAS-' windshield: carrying .. 3 ftelmet" Gr.valhb...
onden<:tt9l0S. Tll Both of $ !!! owners poliviv lor
Gulf OIL 964-7193. tipdI1/29 ,'COLOR TVt $99 and up. Next fo Starke .. ... t'Lfrfter"10,000 lrllmi7.ySrrf! .:JV,''look*' mobile homes (31-"- II -** 'QN'MORGAN RDi.Beautifully tonJscopecf .
3 FAMILY YARD SAlEt Griff I Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212. FOR SALE LEASE OH good. After 6, call 964.4724 on(1t1m.( onw..kend. with '
loop at second TRADE 7500 Sq. Ft/: .. swimming pool surrounded by chain
railroad crossing. Friday, 9-4.Itpd 11/24 tfn 2-story masonry building at comer of Itpd 11/29 Call for Quote link fence, paved driveway. $62.500.'

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4 FAMILY YARD SALE Friday, Nov. 30, Corner of Wilson, Rd. and 230-A.: Call New 14x70 BR, 1 BA, Robert Rd. off Rd.'' U. 3 BR. 2 BA. CHftA. Carport.

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Tuesday, Nov.20.t the Buca nailed passes by Znrfluh to Blshost, one Crews Also,Chris Rodriguez caught ''tronturtluh tot7tri6. Rodriguez/
down the championship of"jth pass to Andy Crews, and a run by Michael Huggtno in the end tons to And Iri 8 yd. pass from Bishop toBears
\ Flag Football League with an:it-3 BUbop. add a safety to the Bucs coring.For Zurfluh.'
record. Scoring for the OUer was Ben the Bears,scores WIN made on runs SO Oilers
The Jets finished second with..9-5 Hawkins on a seven yard rue and on by Scott Duncan, 9 yds., and Bo The Bears scored 38 points in the
J CiFlag mark the Bears third at 7.7 and the two passes from Larry Green. Bishop, 4 yds. first half and continued to toad in the
Oilers trailed at 113.Tuesday .Green passed to Jason Welty for THURSDAY, NOV.8 second half. Scores for the Bears
another and ran In from yards oat Jets M Bears 33 were made on a 8 yd. pass from Scott
Nov. 20 ,I" to score himself. The Jets scored in the last minute Duncan to Josh McClellan, a 13 yd.
Bucs 4Z.Oilers M Extra point came from passes of the game to clinch the victory and run by Holland Shafer a3 yd. run by
It was .dose bat no cigar for the from Green to Welty and Hawkln. remain In second place. Scores for Kyle Brown and runs by Duncan for
Oilers who almost came from behind the'Jets in the first half, were madeon 34 y..., 11. yd, and 20 yds. Extra
i but ran out of time before they couldIn bear Jl- Jets M a 9 yd. run b)' Scott Barber, a 9. points were made on two passes
last Tuesday'game. Final score Holding onto their lead after the Steven from Tommy Balkcom to from Duncan to Shafer and passes
was Baa 42. Oilers 34. half,the Bears downed the Jets 32-26 Flood and al I yd. run by Scott from Duncan to McCIellan and
Taking It In for the winning Buc's In their last meeting. The deciding Barber. Extra points were made on Brown. For the Oilers, scores were
was Link Bishop who scored on four factor was the Bears ability to make passes from Balkcom to' Steven made on a pass from Ben Hawkins to
runs. Crossing the goal-line with extra points when needed. Flood, Wayne Boatwright and Andy Jason Welty, a 6 yd. and 10 yd. run
runs of....*, 28 and 11 yards, Bishopwas Leading scorer for the Bears was Huggins. Second half scores for the by Ben Hawkins and a 20 yd. run by
Football Champions... the games high scorer. Scott Duncan who' made four Jets were made on passes from, Jason Welt)', Extra points were
ROD Zurfluh ran. In one from 4* touchdowns: Duncan ran the baU In Balkcom to Larry Green and Steven made ,on a run by Hawkins and a
The league-leading Bud'have nailed down the flag football champion yards out and pasted yards to Andy from the 20, 22, 13.and 18 yardllnes. Flood,. For the Bears, scores were pass from Hawkins to Bo Bishop.
ship. They are l-r): Front- Chris Rodriguez and Michael.Rodriguez. Crews in the end-zone. Extra points came on passes from made In the first half! by Josh Mc- THURSDAY NOV. IS
Back- Link Bishop, Andy!Crews Ron Zurfluh. Duncan to Josh.McCleUan Kyle Clellan on a 32 yard kick off return 'Oilers 18.>Jets 1*
Brown and two to Rolland Shafer an 11' yd.and 49 yd.run by Scott Duncan The Oilers won their first game of
Scott Barber ran two in for the :Second half scores for the Bears the season and knocked: the Jets out
Jets one from the 15 and the other were made on a 5 yd.run by Duncan of a tie for first place Larry Green
from the 24. Tommy Balkcont pass- and a pass from Duncan to Holland for the Oilers, made ,two safetys
ed to Wayne Boatwright and Steven Shafer, Extra points were made on a/, which determined, the win. Other
Flood for two more scores. pass Shafer and a
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Duncan.to scores made Oilers came on a
Extra points were scarce!,with only run by 9 yd. pass from Green to Jason Wel
Qa one pass by Balkcom .to Bryan Hues 27 Oilers ty and a 32 yd. run by Ben Hawkins.
The Bus dominated the
Crews being any good. game A pass from Hawkins to Green for a
against the Oilers<< on Thursday.
two-point extra
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scored on a 45 and 32
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yd. run by Scott Barber.Their
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closely played game.All TDa for the Crews a 13 yd. run by and, Floods to Barber With pass time Steven
Oilers were scored by Scott Barber. another pass from Bishop to Crews. out,Ben Hawkins downed the running ball
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Barber ran 4 yds., 38 yds.,V yds., 34 Extra points were scored on a run by the Oilers, endzone to give the Jets
yds., and a 50 yd. run on a pass in- Zurfluh and a pass from Bishop to their final score
terception. Extra points were madeon Chris Rodriguez. The Oilers only with a safety.
a pass from Ron Zurfluh to Andy score was made in the first half on a Buts 35 Bears *
r Huggins a run by Zurfluh. For the 28 yd.: pass from' Ben Hawkins to The Bucs". dominated the game
Oilers scores were made)on runs of Larry Green. with two pass Interception helping to
31 yds.and 9 yds.by Chris Rodriguezand I TUESDAY.NQV.13 clinch the victory in the second half.
a pass from Rodriguez to Ben Jet 20 Bucs16 Scores for the Bucs were made on a
Hawkins. Extra points were madeon The Jets defeated the Bucs to go 35 yd. pass from Chris Rodriguez to,
...a passes from Rodriguez to into a tie for first place.Three scores Link Bishop a 12 yd.pass from Ron
Hawkins and Steve Lewis. were made by each team with the' Zurfluh to Andy Crews 37 yd. paM
Bun 34 Bears 12 difference being an extra point for from Bishop to Chris Rodriguez and
The Bucs dominated the game two scored on a pass from Tommy pass interceptions that Were returned
from beginning to end with'scores Balkcom to Steven Flood in the second for,TD's by Bishop and Zurfluh.
made by Link Bishop a 29 yd.run;, half for theJets.,, Other scores Extra points for the Bucs were madeon
a 33 yd.pass from Bishop to Chris for the Jets were made on runs by' passes, from Bishop to Bryan
Rodriguez; a 6 yd. pass from Bishop Tommy Balkcom (20 yds.), Ben Crews and Michael Rodriguez and a
i to Ron Zurfluh; a 14 )'d. pass from Hawkins (31 yds.) and Scott Barber run by Bishop; For the Bears their
Zurfluh to Rodriguez and 4 yd. run '29 yds. on a kickoff return. For the' only score was'on a 28 )'d..run by.
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ALL PICTURE,'' \ Girl's baketball already under Other returnees 'are sophomores low post. Freshman Tonya Jenkinsis
in' the Store way at Bradford High with both Beverly Mosley Evette Gainey Cin- quick, and does an outstanding job
varsity and junior varsity. competition dy Para do, and Tammy Lynn. at guard on defense and wing on of-
planned by Coach John Slater. Newcomers are; junior Tammy fense. Tammy Odom. just
: FRAMES BHS is young and Inexperienced Odom. .sophomore Ann coming
Starling. off volleyball is rusty but is picking
1-001 but Coach Slater says the squad andsome Latasha Lindsey and ,freshmen up at Coach Slater says shows good
Off quickness ana can run. Slater Felicia Davis Kim Ramon, and proimise at the post positions: ,Connie
IN STOCK expects i to win some basketball Tonya Jenkins. Carter also just from volleyballand
games this season which began last BHS Is a young team with only two who did not play, last is'
Reg Price week at' the Keystone High' seniors and two juniors. Currently.. picking up. too. .year.
Thanksgiving Tournament in which the starters
are seniors Cindy Felicia Davis the only starter who
BHS lost to KHS but won the Consolation Strickland, junior Marla Reddish. is a freshman, has been a pleasant
game against Allan Nease sophomores '
Beverly Mosley and surprise.
The BHS players are c Ann Starling, and freshman Felicia -
Four returning letterman: seniors Davis. ,
Pat Barber and Cindy Stickland and : Seven other players come off the -KU'Tourna ment...
juniors Marla Reddish and Connie bench to help says Coach Slater. BHS opened play last Tuesday and
,,Carter Stickland and Carter let; Senior Pat Barber does a real good Wednesday in the Keystone
ri tered year before and did not play job at point guard in backing up Cin Thanksgiving Tournament winning
l last year. Miss Reddish U the only. dy Strickland. Kim Ramon does a the consolation game .29-25 over
two-year letter person. real good job coming: In to play the Allan Nease of Ponte Vedra area.

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Video for the BHS weightliftlng team will competition'with four'competing. Expecting a big turn-out from the
Recorder be Friday, Nov 30, according, to Prevatt:emphasized that.everyone. JV football players in the
., .Coach Jimmy Prevatt. 'will get to,compete. this year in)the. f.you 148 pound lightweight
meets. classes,the coach forsees about 33 la
.1 Gathering''place will be in front of He expects returners Mike Early; 40 good men,to pump. iron for BHS
FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY : ''.the gym after school at 3:30. Donald Thornton and Brett Russell$ 'this year:'
After losing only one senior last to. do well In this years contests, Their first meet is set for the second -
!year,Coach Prevatt indicated he is. "Anyone who wants to come out Is week .of January'wlth Mid-
':Hoping' .-for* good season. welcome,'' said Prevatt. -We can 'dleburg.! r .


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Favored Santa Fe won the Region was' mWhrown\ into the hands' of a Francis passed 19 yards to.wld oet ;\;':,
4-2A football play-off 14-7 but the Santa Fe defender and intercepted. Diggs in the right flat Wi\b,mMa l; '
Tornadoes of Bradford High hung running for the yardage< '..tha-1.. "
tough, making the Raiders throw a The Tornadoes drove 60 yards to From the 31, Diggs thenffctft: the
game-winning 73-yard touchdown the Santa Fe 14 yard line with the Santa Fe defender as 1M, headed
pass with 3:09: left to play. score 7-. Santa Fe'*, favor in the down the sideline and cut toward the
third period. But the Raider defense middle of the field. '1 .;
The loss puts BIIS at'?.. on the simply stormed the BHS offense not ,
season, which ended Friday night. allowing the Tornadoes to get off a d"'
J Y1a' Santa Fe, now S-2i; goes on to face play. Then from the 14 yard linei Late Pass Wins It...
u' u Daytona Beach Father Lopez winker John David Francis missed < Santa Fe's game-winning' TD pass
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Friday night, Nov. 30, at Santa Fe for Francis at that distance. The .the Tornadoes looking) stronger, "
High in an Intersectional I battle, the kick was plenty long, but slight off to shutting down the Raider running
second step of the Florida high the right. game and, ,to that point shutting '.J
school play-offs. down t the passing game. I ,
BHS got close the second time on '1.
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''I'm proud of the' way 'our kids QB Francis asses to Diggs for 14 I
E' hung in there," says Head Coach yards, to McLeod for 46 yards, and Prior to the TD pass.'Santa Fo had
David Hurse of the game played in tight end Mike Chappell for 3 yards. passed 46 yards to the BHS 20, but I
Starke on Bradford Field last Friday The McLeod reception:caught the that was c.Ued.back' on an illegal :
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2A district champions. way. McLeod got to the Santa Fe 11 coaches on guard and they cautioned -
Santa Fe established 'its running yard line before the speedy Rippycould the Tornado defenders not to get .,
game with 146 yards rushing,but the chase him down. beaten deep by the speedy Santa Fe
yards came hard'in front of a tough runners. But Santa Fe's Rippy who

BUS defense with a game plan that Raiders Strike First. has good but not blinding speebgot, ,
a couple' of steps behind BHS
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fn 'doing. The Tornadoes hung tough, Santa Fe struck first on a 10-yard ,defender Frank Long on' a fly pat.,
r Attacking with BHS had 26 run by running back Steve Ross with, tern down theTornado. sideline! \ ,.and
passes.
net yards rushing, 170 passing. San- 3:19: left In the first period. On its' the perfectly,thrown pass from QB
't rpP '! ta Fe held a slight edge in total yardage first possession Bradford committed Floyd Nichols was about six inches
232 to 196. three costly, .mistakes, 3-yard beyond Long's outstretched fingers.
The teams traded passes in the penalties for delay of game and its 'Long's speed-was.equal1 to'Hippy'sbut
legal motion followed by a pass in* he.couldn't'overcome I. ftippy's': '
I first half, Santa Fe intercepting four
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football inside the Santa Fe 20 yard BUS Evens'It Up,.. .e.. P'r,,', "e !
,.llne and failed to score points. 'MSI SWIM F.
,i". 'We just made one too many" 'Bradford evened the scored at 7-7 ,,Flr f Om.MYardt I I. a '

mistakes," Is the way Coach Hurseputs .with 9:51: remaining in.. the third Hahne Huuilnf.FAFCF ., Miro ,. '. INvary Ye ,
it.The period on a 31 yard pass from QB ::1..11.. ....3:' '"
first chance came late In the Frank Long to wideout Tpny..' Diggs" fault s71,3 ya;'.
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Speedster running back Steve Ros ((24)1 of Santa FelIer'. David Francis passed 11 ,yards to drop-end Aaron .Mathews had put ,
had trouble to the outside' against' In 'the shot at middle left 'Crosby and Lonnle BHS.in good field position at the San aammNV '' '
breaking ''Wldeout Todd McLeod then 33 yardsto 11 ....'..".. Holt ,. ,.... rwi.'gri Oy aka'
Tornado defense all night. Hamilton close In 01' Raider fullback Reggie Nichols wideout Tony Diggs to the Raider ta Fe 46 yard line, 1) SKI. Oit... t-v.r.psis. apt ftacit kick:
llere.(above) Richard Crosby, Mike Early and Tony while' crosby,, Greg Jackson. Tony' Diggs and Mike ,US.' Francis pass into the endzone On; first down, QB John David II Sam F*.Hippy, n.'.*.;Mal..f I O.y kic' *.
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..;", Seldom do football coached have rushed on most every play l ,The BHS but other;than 'that .we contalnen: ,f-' very day since he's been hurt', points out Coach Mike Hartley. 'interceptions: I in one season .
much positive comment about a losing offensive 'line had the lob of keeping' their break-a-way speed $exton 'coaches point out. *', '.l).. Santa Fe had only one real scoring -John David Francis interceptedeight
t'. effort, but its a different story the Raiders out of the BUS backfield ,points, 'out, : ""' rll- Coach Sexton points out BHS real threat and John David Francis intercepted passes this season. ,
;. for the play-off game with Santa Fe long enough for the Tornado, Players responsible were Richardt?, i more .scoring opportunitiesthat a pass to end that. Hartley l
1 f'I described as big, fast, and talented. quarterback John David Francis or' Crosby.and Aaron Mathews on the Santa Fe; "'We just didn't cash' points out.Frank The BHS"offensive: line provided
:..' : "We played a good ball game.We Frank Long to throw The BHS QB's Weak side and Billy',Jackson 'and: in." 'A clipping penalty nullified oneFrank Long and Tony Diggs alsd 'good, pass'protection'most of the
.. ',. had our chances ;to win. We just were sacked; Several times but Long' Ron' Brown 'on, the strong aide Long run.,that would ,have. did credible job stopping Santa Fe. time.
"; s', made one mistake too many," says. also broke through the coverage for Crosby led BHS with 6 tackles and 3* ..meant a touchdown Long had 6 tackles. Diggs 5. There were no major breakdownsin
Head Coach David Nurse: several long,runs' ', assists. Jackson, had :1.tackles .fdS! :: BHS was also consistent 'inside Santa Fe 'didn't want to throw blocking. Even when there was an
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,'\\ ballgame" says Defensive Coach 'Well Prepared... "They }just did a good job of'con-* linebackers Michael Early and Coach' 'Hartley points, out. The offensive line did not jump the count,
Mike Sexton. Coach Hurse agreed taming Santa Fe's speed and not let.?: Craig Falstreaux and defensive 73-yard winning TD pass was really as often happens when a difference
,"We played a' helluva defensive''' The'. .BHS, defense Was well' ting them get 'around 'the ,.corner tackles Chris Daugherty.. .Jamie' thrown out 'desperation: ; when cadence is called. Coach Bell points
.'".. ballgame." Prepared for the Santa Fe attack. Sophomore, defensive end Ron Whitehead and Donnie Thornton. <;. Santa Fe's running gamehad been .
The plan of attack against Santa had been running all Brown played his best game,to, data: "I was just real' proud of our et- 'stopped, Hartley says. ; 'out.The 'second half the O-llne did'an
Fe was Via the Coach Hurse people;, but ,they''. could noti ', '
} pass. 'O"C fort. I thought the kids did $ good, especially good job. Coach Bell
I I. feels i dominate the BUS defense. LonnieHamiltonInjured Interception Record. says.
nobody successfully run since the job, says Coach.Sexton:' ,,,, ; The line is, made up of weak side
the football on Santa Fe, but,felt a P'We'took' ,away'' a lot 'ot' things third game ,came in'the fourth With'29 pass interceptions, three' tackle 'Greg 'Jackson 'weak side
passing attack was a different story they'd been succesful with in a bip Quarter when Brown hurt his leg and against Santa Fe the. BHS secon- guard Keith
., The Tornadoes attacked the flats ," points out Coach Sexton did A Good Secondary... Gillingham center
way a good job. Sexton points out," dary has set a new school t record Danny' Manning strong side guard
or corners of the.Rald r defense, I meaning! :the, ''draw" play .!and the i HQ.W,could Hamilton step right in? The BHS defensive secondary held Previous high was 22 back in 1968. Tommy Parker strong side tackle
getting short yardage successfully; !quick pitch. ,. He's been doing something, running: up real well except for the one big Former",Tornado Bill'Adams still Donald Thornton and :'ends
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j of" '\ t..aff mid residents at-the area's largest.. c if. ; center. .are excited about new, building ,
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_. Frledlln administrators report a smooth commented Whispering Pines Administrative The new building has a completely
By Mark Director Pat Scanlin. modem engineering facility which
Writer transition' into the modern new
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BCT and staff of theStarke's facility. "The staff Is so excited about the features its own portable generatorin
The patients
Pines Care "We are all very'excited about the sheer' newness of everything any case of a citywide power failure.
: Y t. Whispering about completed a new building, the Improvement overt small problems we may have had in An attractive, fenccd-ln. atrium'
Center have just
c, their building, and the 'old building Is tremendous,?' the move have been swept aside has been built outside between the
Into new
move The changes In the facility and the two buildings for residents and ample
fr .-- equipment on hand make this'lhe, space has been devoted to manyof

most modern and best ',equipped the special activities that are. a

.,' home of Its kind in the area. We havea regular part of each day:

,,1' .." way to go yet, with the old building The cafeteria Is brightly' painted .
4 renovation and the landscaping but and spacious ''and doubles as a I

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"'i ;. .', new building at last after watching it aerobics to' some serious card
fl ': go up in our backyard for so many game can be found in progress dur
months." ing the day. The kitchen facilitiesare
Work Is now beginning on the old just as modern as the rest of the
Itttt. f building, now vacant, which will building and complement the staff's
; undergo an extensive rennovatlon to efforts, which has been inspired by I'
make it a "perfect match"* according the new facility.

L to Scanlin, with the gleaming Each of the new rooms equipped. .

j ,. '" : b dingtwhich the rear ontColley with its own individual air condition I I .

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"They completed the new building walking an elderly patient into the'
and we have pretty well completedthe exercise room. "It's hard not to got'
move Into that so now they have "
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} SQUARS DANCING... Square dancing will be held the second and,fourth Barbergotan... This male barbergator group meet each Tuesday ot 7:30 David Marshall, a noted performer .4S !'\ '" ..f'' '>:M ,."'., ,'
Thursdays of *ach month at 8 p.m. at,th. Masonic Lodge Stark.corner of Call p.m. In the P.K, Yonge'music room. lOBO SW 11th St. Visitors welcome./, ;'' director, and lecturer; wiltconclude "'fi.1, "' ."'" Yry: i,'},:tlw6lr\ ". : ,'
and Orong S/t. Collar It Jim Duncan. Visitor welcome. Malnvtreom dancing* the 1984 Santa Fe Com 'irtI\r'( ". "
.TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH... MeetlrTgt'TIeld each week. 1 In/In* Parish Haute, munity College Fall Festival. of the ,.. ,it-"" ,,.,...'.. .../.A". ,
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TURKIY SHOOT..Amerlcan legion Post 56. Edward'Rd. Stark.. October 27 -1 to .
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SWlJ Performing Arts with a spellbinding I : 6. ;-4i{ p.trs :
through Dee.:99:From 1:00: to 6:00: p.m. Saturday only: Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m'I-! evening telling theatrical ,. ., "' ;1, 61. "\" "J,j :,"." )., '
KIYSTONI ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS..St. AnnU Group will m*"on Monday ,, Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night' Ot 6:30 p.m.: ;: -::' *,'i. ;; '':"..1 ,,: 0 history and story dramatic 'readin s' ,r".. hp +tt t;>l'J'\I\ t II k.

and Friday of 8 ,:m. ot the St. Annl Episcopal! Churc..73-36S2... J( '.Brownie. meet Monday at 3: p.m. ;' ; :: J '..;' '" tonight, Thursday Nov. 29.The pen' r. ,II"''''<1'" aa 4'4O :;''

BROOKtR VfD ARTS ft CRAFTS FISTIVAl;,.;wlll; b* held on Saturday,D.c.f;'from Girl Scout meet Monday at 3 p.m. ..si"I' .'; :.' (;: formance will begin at 8 p.m. in" the .'..t' .I' ilWI I .:}!

9 a.m. to.5 p.qn.. 485-1344: between 8:30 a.m. and noon. ;..,'< .'; EXPLORER SCOUTING TROO'...formlngl" :"" *. Call 964-6911. for.. information.r ,Starke'A veteran Woman's writer Club.actor. director ., ', t J '"}''S Itt :'
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SRADFORD MIDDLI SCHOOL PTO... will meet on Monday DM. 3,'at 7:30: p.m..ln. KIYSTONI NICHTOWLS... Night' vet Jleifol Homemoker Club mo.la second and musician with more than. *> h: .. IIIlti, \$ i t
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YARD AND SAKI SAL1... Sponsored by the Jr'.".. of the Stark Woman Club BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ........t. frt."t 7. < 8.30 p.m. each''I Tuday'ln, the 'i show ,business. Marshall.uses! his, I'., ': ; "'IIN,,!. tu, inn ''"':. ;i, .
'from 9 a.m..to 1 p.m. this Saturday. Dc. I, 1 scout .hut behind th. tennl court on Pratt. Street In,Stark. .i? /..-; unique background to present a .1.1'I'"I::1''" ;.((14 #' \ I>"J J t
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HAMPTON CHRISTMAS PLANS.December'l9 will b the for resident '; ',' ,.\ .I:
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i of Hampton. Clbrotlon will begin with a Christmas Porod at ':30 p.m., with DUPLICATE BRIDGI CLUS..nwet ev.ry Tuesday night at 7:30 p.mva: Stork. the Cherokee nation and Quaker a. ..:!.
I pries being oflrd for winning float S50 will awarded to Ih. lint plot Bt Woman' Club.. Bridge play.. .or* invited to attend. .j';'J,':'\j. ,, .. 1 missionaries who settled the ,. '. II." "'
| Entry: $30 for't. ond place and $20 for third ploce;> A prlt of a turkey will b* David weet.\\ :'I..t'
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,A WIICHT CLUS.. i In Stork. Monday rtlght. ot 6:30p.m.CallP.ggyR.glst.r
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awarded to the Bt Decorated Houte by the Hampton Woman' Club lnnlng at' ,.,
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: 7 p.m. In Hampton City Hall. there. will be a Christmas party for the children of 1-473-2730: {< formanr'informotIon his writings and ," '"" hr{ ;, I ,f.1.
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i Hampton,..Wenl.. TOPS... The weight reducing club'rrwett eoch' Tuesday ot'9:30: a.m. at man he worked as a cowpuncher In Ludden.'' He'worlied with Hollywood'' r.'

j CIRCUS IN ST A.K...,The Klwanl Club of Starke will b* holing the tint' circus to the Illom Baptist Church In Melrote.I jA .:;.i *. Texas, a musician on a Mississippi and stage stars Jttdtth'Andiwon, I''. '

como to Slarke In nearly 10 years on Thursday Nov. 29..Th.... will b* two thowt 1AKI BUTLER TOPS.-Tak.Off Pounds Sentihsy Club' m..is inch Thurvdoy "wm., Show Boat, a performer In a circu v.> .' Gertrude I'Lawrence,' Jock Betwy;,' ', .
I on. at S:30: p.m.' and one at 8 p.m. at lh* Bradford County Fairground on 301. .I"g at 7:00 p.m. at UCHS.lake utter. For fu'.*.*' Information toll Linda Durham played In a symphony orchestra and Danny Thomas jnncj/ Boris Krloffr' 1 ;
Tickets will be(3 for children under 14 and eenloteltll.n.and$4 for 14 and older. a496-33S4. .''.+". 'a ;, ; '. i had, cowboy!. .rol.jn/ ..Hollywoodwesterns , In the JftBOs he'joined forces wtrtr' :r-ff\1:
1 Proceed ga toward the club' sponsorship of the Special Olympic and other program *.: Iutl.iaon" 1N.dnw: ; .* Will +iGtMf'" .(Grandpa W"tOfttq.c." : :-- "' .H
*for local dltodvantaged children. Ticket* are on *al. at Denmark Furniture. AIROBK dASSIS... are beWig offered In loft* Monday ond In 1037.>.heentaed radta'uascript ,idesign and'direct a'mountaln"top !
q and the Chamber ol Commerce In Stark. 'day afternoon at 5:30: p.m. irk Room 13: n .County, High School, Calf! writer, actor'and news com" 'outs oI qr theatre near Hollywood, In :.
I + 96<1.5078 for Information.. ; :1' ; 1: mentator. During World War\ It;.he Later he :toured'' e.k. cities doing '
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of Lott..Day.SO..t. thapel at In All. .
boy from It to IS are _Ico_. Call164-4S80 for.mar. Information. 'Wave on annou flc..m>....,... 'In foul by ti rtdoys of s'p:ni:and and .d documentaries. \for the Army!. ,Americana: ,with tall tale authentic and ballads folk ksttches. of"; ,;_:
Special .vtc.s. poetry. ,
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7:30 p.m. at th* United Church of Calnetvlll. Woman Interested In singing four or Mwgroupsaganlsng I wiltb.IncludarfCM I I.. UItIt' '' t' .' are actor: ,ld rice The twrformanca;which :..1,ran'',. .
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.\,;:" : GRAND OPENING

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Lower cost convenience with tnt} 'r sax iof Friday, Nov. 30 Saturday,

< recroeTo .IlL "f.\\lE OPEN FRIDAY 12:30 to 7 p.m. ;. '. ::,:,

Bradford-Union Home Economist make ahead for freezing, bake I teaspoon cinnamon Peanut Butter Cookies PICTURE TAKEN WITH SANTA
Dlann Douglas gives seminars only until pale gold, about or 9 1/3 cup water .. your
periodically on the cost of convenience minutes. leg,. V
or the price people pay in Wrap in ,foil when cooled Use 1/2 cup shortening '" 3 and 1/2 cups master mix Saturday 10 am to 6 pen
order to save Un,.. within 2 weeks. ,To serve, leave in 1/2 cup nuts, chopped I and 1/3 cups sugar ... '.,. Ii IIrBI \.
"The purpose of a convenience foil, partially opened and bake at 3 cups quick cooking oats ... j 1 cup peanut butter t'' $1.00011
food is to save time,and quite often 425 degrees F for about 3 minutes until 2 eggs beaten \. ,
these Urne-aavlngfoodl cost more golden brown Stir sugar and cinnamon Into mix. This carttflcato wortk '1.00 ell M a raf
money than 'making things from Combine water,' beaten eggs and' butter ,beaten eggs and peanut 1 110. 11, 135 or Use fill dtmtoptog. M
mix until well blended.
scratch, but sometimes they cost shortening
less"she said.: Oatmeal Cookies Stir Into mix ..until well blended. Roll dough into small balls, place Sam Day S nrtc*.Expires Dte.8.1984.
She used the examples of hot dogs Add oats and nuts. '." on baking sheet and flatten with ORANGE K3S RLM
peanut butter and saltines to point Drop by teaspoonfuls on greased fork, making a crisscross design.
out that If someone tried to make S and 1/4 cups matter mix baking sheet.Bake about 12 minutesat Bake In moderate oven (375 WE USE DEVELOPING SAME DAY ,,,
these things it would take a lot of 1 and 3/4 cups brown sugar 375, degrees F. Yields 75 cookies. degrees F) until lightly browned. KODAK PAPER '444 W. Madison (Pantry Pride Plata' ) \",
time and more money than would be ,\
spent on the packaged Items. ,,'
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before deciding what to buy," suggested ,
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labels will tell you how much nutri- .------wrr rwr .rAasng
tional value you're getting for your COMPLETE YOUR .mCE 1ft rj" '
money. Ingredients are listed. by SAVE w, II! ;,
degree of content, with the ingre- SETS TODAY 'I
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dient that the food contains moat of 'J
first. For instance. If you see by a "'" i THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORSICEMLLK 1 f 'J
cereal label that sugar is the first or SESAME STREET OFFER I .
second ingredient, then the cereal .
may not be worth" your money on a ENDS DEC. 5, 1984 'J
nutritional basis.
Douglas gave out recipes that.. .. 7'i
show people how to make their own COUNTRYSIDE: COLLECTION ,OFFER HALF :i
convenience foods that are less ex- GAL. __
pensive than store-bought. That is, ENDS DEC. 12 1984'' "" '
, they tell how basic ingredients can COUPON OOOO nor 19-DUG.S. ISM IUmlt ;;
1 with aloes or mom putehMO owl.MB- J
; be blended together and stored in an

used airtight in container.several different The mix recipes Is then fy SPICE0' LIFE CORNING, WARE

whenever its needed. eE EF PEO PEE LAST DAY STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY "

DECEMBER 19 OVANTITYMONTa
Master Mix PRICES GOOD .I f: LAST DAY:TO COLLECT, PIECES ''''::':.:..S. VA1 F y 4 I,
THURS. WED.. FaoaaAL ,.Trier Q
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cups sifted soft wheat or cake flour
1/3 cup double-acting baking

powder .
1 tablespoon salt
1 teaspoon cream of tartar (optional .
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2 cups shortening which does not require GIANT TIDE % ,
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I nonfat dry milk. DETERGENT j W.D BRAND '
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Stir In the powder, salt, milk, $169
cream of tartar and sugar Into flour. =WHITE 4\l CHUCKROAST
Sift mixture. three times in large '
bowl. POTATOES \
Cut In shortening until mix is the GIANT ARROWDETERGENT ,. ?
consistency of corn meal. Store in _
covered containers at. room 4i 4 :
temperature. '
To measure the master mix,spoonit $119IReAI'R0 884

light with into the a spatula.measuring cup,and La :' ,

This master mix can be used to 11.111 f p.r e1.bnu
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make different
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2 tablespoons corn meal
1.teaspo II"'J1D.taDt.1 (..'y J minced I : -
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1/3 cup red or IrMa taco sauce I
1 tablespoon salad oil
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circle in a lightly greased pizza pan Itn.CANS THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY MUCx:OR 1, ,1 '
or on a baking sheet. IT-M.CANS ACTOR FANCY SMALL THRIF't'' MAID 18X.LION BROWN OR 'POST BEECHNUT

make Cut 64 Into pieces.1 and 1/2-inch squares to SWEET .2 $1 00 DARK BROWN ,2 $1 00 I' ; RAISIN $149 I BABY "w .\

minutes Bake at, until 400 degrees golden brown F for about on the 9 PEAS '. ; CANS ; SUGAR. + p j. ... BRAN ... PSG.ns JUICES .".1 ,ARs $149,

edges.Cool. .
a rack for 5 minutes, then 4 IV.",' I/'II.>>.; '
remove and break apart squares.To 25 LBS.PLUS 5 LBS. FREE PURINA '-. .' PRESTIGE OVEN HONEY

store, place in a tightly-sealed .DOG $ 49 ASTOR : ; 29 LONG GRAIN QQd: WHEAT "
container in a cool, dry place. To Sala 8 t:1
recrtsp, place squares on a shallow CHOW BAG OIL ; BREAD. y.
baking sheet and bake in a 400 y f o. (" : : :, RICE . SSO7 .
degree F oven for approximatelyone DEEP sod11i jr V' PRICE BREAKER PRESTIGE OVEN SANDWICH ROLLS OR '

Serve minute.with a creamy" dip, a bean DEEP SOUTH $] 29 PEANUTBUTTER. ':' >r SLICEDIS. FRANKFURTER : ,,

dip, or guacamole If desired. Recipecan MAYONNAISE << i $149' i1 59 ROLLS.as 69ft "
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THRIFTY MAID TROPICAL PRICE BREAKER PRESTIGE

Egg Roll-Ups TOMATOSTRA V ERRY2 $139 :
rT- FRUIT'he69 BUTTERMILl69c1
CATSUP 8rL. 33 JAM ".. ,
3/4 pound pork sausage,. .? JAR'. i :
1 and lit cups master mix THRIFTY MAIDSPAGHETTI '. DIXIE DARLINGPECAN ,.''
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oil 12 hard-boiled for frying eggs, peeled : PILLSBURY' O $110

99 88 \TOMA'I03 $100, *-, "
By hand, knead sausage and SAUCE JAa FLOUR! 0" TREATS Aid PKO& 1f.0'0 j
master mix together until welt ,
THRIFTY MAID im SUGAR, ,
blended. Divide sausage mixture In, ) THRIFTY MAID PRICK:BREAKER MIXED, CRUNCH CINNAMON ,.
to 12 equal portions,shape each Intoa APPLEJUICE. QUICKGRITS 4'CUT GLA" ,
very thin patty. $119 3 $ OO'
Wrap ,each 'egg In a patty of a ) laa } $129 '
sausage mixture, working with . a 1G, BEANS SANS DONUTS s i
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: 3/4 cup plain yogurt or sow cream SUPERBRANO O SVNSM1NC, : '

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BCT Stall Writer the prescribed lenses,according to Dr..Whiffen, with on- .xf:3
The latest example of the growth occuring in Starke ly a very few requiring use of special laboratories. '" :3
and Bradford County can be found in an obscure office .In addition,unique lenses capable of providing protection : I' ', "
building just off Hwy 100. from the sun s ultra-violet rays, now linked to the < ;
An innovation in the form of a complete optical acIng development of cataracts, may be secured through the
laboratory is the newest addition to the office of local new laboratory as well. These lens are almost clear, '. WI"
optometrist Dr: D.W. Whiffen. therefore tinting is not necessary.The 4
The surfacing laboratory,where client's prescriptionsare lenses in the new lab are' shaped, ground and L n 2si I'-, *
ground on the lens, is a highly skilled and technical' polished on special machines and are custom ground to
process and is a first in this area. each client's needs and personal prescription. .
The new facility is an extension of Dr.Whiff en's office "We feel that the new laboratory gives Bradford : It.
laboratory, where the lens are shaped to fit the frames Union and Clay County residents a thorough,completely
'In 'all of, the Jacksonville-Gainesville area and all up-to-date optometric service not normally found out. **
points in between,there are no more than five offices side of a major metropolitan area,"Dr.Whiffin said. "It Sit
equipped to offer this complete service, which is is a definite asset to the health of our community,"
valuable when making bi-focallens. r
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alos located on Hwy. 100, the new optical surfacing tf >
laboratory currently has "one' full-time employee [ ,1(
Laboratory Manager Sandra'Lee, with approximatelytwo .'
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Dr. Whiffen said his desire for higher and more < I ,
uniform quality In his lens led to the development of the t?, ,
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the lens shaping process,and we will complete that
process at my main office. We're excited about the
potential for the new facility and we feel it will probably u..our convnl.n|credit, t 1t
give us more flexibility with our patients as well."
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situation after the"new, laboratory.has,been in operation.
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Laboratory Director Sandra Lee Is ,busy at work
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In the picture above Dr. Whiffen, measures a Established/ in 1923 .
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Bertha Ballinger brother, Tom Crawford of High Springs Edwards will be receiving member ot'the First United Con- ., ,
Bertha Ballinger, 95, of Miami, i ; three sisters Mrs. Ella Eden- and relatives at the Funeral; Home gregational Church in Appleton; David risk, Asalstant- Executive1Director \
died Purdue field Mrs. Lois Herndon adn Mrs. Thursday evening Nov. 29, from Wise. The Suwannee River Water
Nov. at ,
Friday 16 stated that this >
Medical Center, following a Winnie Conner all of Lake City; 18 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers Miss Dittmer is survived by her Management District (SRWMD) : who program J
Miami and 22 sister, Mrs Gwen D. Bachmann of of its will look at surfacewater inxpacts
lengthy illness. grandchildren great grand expressions of sympathy may be heated the quarterly meeting land and 1, ',
on use development
in Mrs. children. made to the Grace United Methodist Keystone Heights. County Advisory Council on Tuet -
Ballinger
Horn Wisconsin
moved to Miami 25 from Funeral services were held Church, P.O. Box 226, Lawtey,,PL Funeral services will be held at 2 day, October 30, 7:00 p.m., at the A portion of the surfacewater"
She a years retired ago school Wednesday Nov. 28, at 2 p.m. in the 32058. pro. Thursday, Nov. 29, in the district headquarters in Live Oak pacts on land use and development
Chicago. was
A portion of the aurfacewater rule is
Chapel of Archer Funeral Home DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Dr
teacher. and was of the Presbyterianfaith. with Bro. Jammie Rhoden and Bro. Helen L. Dittmer James R. Neale..Jr. officiating.Additional Donald O. Morgan, SRWMD's Ex. the newly adopted agriculture and
Survivors include one son, Robert Colon Williamson officiating. Burial Miss Helen L.Dittmer,of Regency funeral services will /field ecuUve Director, discussed the up- forestry about permitting rule. This. rule
O. Ballingor of Keystone Heights; was in Midway Cemetery near Lake House, Jacksonville, died Tuesday at 12 noon on Saturday Dec. win the dating of County comprehensive came when the .tate'legislature
one granddaughter Linda Jo Butler under the direction of Archer morning, Nov. 27, while visiting her Wichman Funeral Home / ..;napel, plans that each county will be re gave dredge and fill
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. .sister in Keystone Heights,followinga Appleton Wisconsin.\ Burial will.be to accomplish in the coming authority for agriculture and ,
Mobley granddaughter
one great
; months silviculture to the water
Memorial Is assembling management
Lauren Elaine Mobley one great long illness. In Appleton-Highland The district now
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grandson Kevin Lee Mobley all of Linnie O. Anderson Born in Green Bay, Wise., Miss Cemetery. Local arrangements are Information in order to assist districts-a duty previously'
Keystone Heights; two sisters Norma Llnnie O. Anderson 97, of Dittmer moved to Jacksonville from under the direction of Jones Funeral counties in this task through data held by the Department of Environmental ,
Halverson of Fond du Lac, Mascotte, Fla., widow of the late Appleton, Wisc., three years ago. Home of Keystone Helghta./In lieu of collected through district programs Regulation. '
Wise., and Mildred Doucette of Elder E.N. Anderson died Tuesday, She was a retired office employee'from flowers, expressions of sympathy such as surfacewater management For further information please
Wakefield Mich.Memorial Nov. 20.Born the Fox River Paper Corporation may be made to the Anvxlcan Heart and floodplain management.A contact Carolyn Mobley, Program ,
services were held In Putnam County Mrs. in Wisconsin and she was a Association. brief review of the surfacewater Coordinator, SRWMD, (904)
Tuesday Nov. 20, in Miami. Anderson moved to Mascotte from management program was given by 362-1001.
Bradenton in 1941. She was a
Roscoe V. May, Sr. member of Empire Primitive Bap-
Roscoe V. May. Sr., 72, of Edin- tist Church. 870 W. McMahon Slr..f
burg County died Memorial Tuesday Hospital.in Shenandoah Jacksonville Survivors include; one one daughter son,John Lou of I [[ !! iJ <
Born in Theressa Mr. May was ,Vlnnie McKamey of Mascotte; one ; sun.
the son of the late Horace Drew and brother, John Smith of W. I-
Mae Hagan May and was retired Frostproof; two sisters, Sadie Sports Apparel & Custom Made UniformsGolf & Mon.Commercial '
from the Diamond Cab Co. in the Porterfield of Zephyrhills and Millie Circle
Washington area after 30 years ,of Moore of New Port Richey; 13 Accessories Now AvailableSPECIALS Keystone Heights
service. He was also a member of grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren '25.00 will Lay-Away any Bike
the Woodstock Moose Lodge. and 38 great-great grandchildren '
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Survivors include his wife, until the 24th of December

Frances Roscoe V Fontana May Jr.of May Arlington; one ;son one, Mamie Lou Edwards WARM-UP SUITS . : . . Starting at 26.95 BMX Bikes X Heavy Duty

sister, Wilma Lambert of Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, 90, of BENCH & WEIGHT SET Valued M59.90 NOW $12990 Hutch 20"'rGT
Woodstock; one brother Wilson F. Starke died Tuesday night Nov. 27,
May of Trenton Fla.and four grand- i in the Whispering Pines Care MCS Dirt
children. Center, Starke following a long il- Diamond Back
Funeral services were held Thurs- lness. Bike
day morning at 10 a.m. at Dellinger Born in Pulaski, Tenn., Mrs. Ed- DON'T FUSS, CALL US ; Mongoose
Funeral Home, Woodstock, by wards moved to Starke over 20 years
Father Sylvester Catallo. Burial was ago; was a former resident of Mike's Auto ElectricRadiator
in Fort Lincoln Cemetery followinga Lawtey and a member of the Grace 1ST '
graveside service in Prince United Methodist Church of Lawtey. BICYCLE .
Georges County Md. Mrs. Edwards taught piano lessonsin .cam )I[ j
the Jacksonville, Lawtey, and ,. Service SALES. '
William B. Crawford Starke areas for over 60 years. ,
William B. Crawford 84, of Lake Survivors Include four daughters : 4 73-7557 '.. REPAIRS :: tg
Butler, died Sunday night at his Mrs. Ada Reddish of Starke Mrs. BEACH CRUISER _
Lou of Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights
home following an extended illness.A Royster North Augusta, S C.,
life long resident of Union County Mrs. Jean Rathel of Salisburg, Md., & Domestic Alternators & Starters Everything for your BMX Bike
'Mr. Crawford had owned and and Mrs. Mary Mixon of Jackson Foreign Oakley Shimano and Helmets Comp 1/1/ Tires
operated his farm until his retire- ville; one son, William "Bill" Ed- Monday Friday 8.5 Saturday 8-12 .
ment and was a member of Danville wards, Jr. of Kingsley Lake; one I
Church of Christ. brother David Moore of Jackson
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. ville; 18 grandchildren, and 20 great
Pearl Reaves Crawford of Lake grandchildren. Starke '
Butler; four daughters, Mrs. Etta Funeral services will be held at 2 Auto Sales, Inc. LAKE CHEVY-OLDS GREAT
Mae Croft and Mrs. Maudie L. Voltz, p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, in the FirstUnited
both of Jacksonville, Mrs. Hazel Methodist Church of Starke We Finance Our Own I "CHRISTMAS
Bivins of Lake Butler and Mrs. Car. with Rev. Ballard Wilson and Rev CASH BASH"Take
rie Bell Richards of Lake City; three James Tompkins officiating. Burial
sons, Ernest of Lake Butler Jamesof will be in Crosby Lake Cemetery Regardless of Credit
Jacksonville, and Melvin under the direction of Jones Funeral .::: ,-- Your Pick /
,Crawford of Keystone Heights; one Home of Starke. The family of,Mrs. NO INTEREST RATE O ...... ,
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Arrests continued Tuesday of per Alvaughn Richard Golden, 28, of charges. illegal drugs in the county. and Harrelson remain In jail here on have been released from jail after
sons involved in Illegal drug trafficin Lawtey, charged with two counts Chris Charles Goodman, 22, Further arrests are expected, according $1 million bond. paying 10 percent of their bond
Bradford County, by the county possession and two counts sale,of cocaine Starke, charged with sale of mari, to Reddish.On An FDLE spokesman said the first amount to a bondsman who
I Sheriff's Department and Florida with bond of $8,000. juana with bond of $500. Nov. 6 FDLE agents and arrests included the major guaranteed their appearance" in
Department of Law Enforcement.! deputies arrested eight persons on' distributors. He said the arrests court to answer the charges.
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Edward Otis Smith, 32, All five remained In Jail Wednes- charges including trafficking, which came later Involved persons On Noy. 20 five more persons were
; Tuesday's arrests bring the totalto charged with possession and Starkel day after first appearance hearings. possession and sale of cocaine; considered to be street dealers who arrested Including: Tony A.
18 persons arrested in Bradford cocaine with bond of,$6,000. Labeled the ringleader of the opera- were held under less bond because Williams, 25, Wilma C. Baker, M.
County in November on various Sheriff Dolph Reddish said tion was L.J. Norman, 41, of they were less influential. in the Roosevelt Green. 32, Thomas Levon
dealing and possession of deputies and FDLE agents will con- Wellborn. An FDLE spokesman organization. Hamilton, 21, and Edward Aldridge
marijuana and cocaine. James Clark Jr., 34, of tinue their crackdown on the posses- alleged that Norman!supplied the cocaine Others arrested on Nov. 6 were: 21. Aldridge and Hamilton each held
Those arrested and their bonds Gainesville, charged with posses sion and sale of illegal drugs in from South Florida to Johnnie Michael Stephen Bryan 29, Starke; on $500 bond have been released
are as follows: sion and sale of cocaine with bond of Bradford County. Reddish said the Blaine Thompson, 43,'of Lawtey and Timothy Alan Bryan 23, Starke; after paying 10 percent of their bond,, '
'" 1000. Clark is being held in the six-month undercover InvestigationInto Charlie Harrelson, 30, of Lake City. Ewell Frank Craft :29. Starke; to a bondsman and promised to appear \
; William Alvarez, 47, of Starke Alachua County, Detention Center the illegal drug traffic in Brad-' Norman is In Duval County jail on $6 Johnny. Dewayne Spencer 28, In court, "" :'."',' ''
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s to work at the Starke Police Depart- ing the hearing. it was $1.76. '*. the firing. stating Miller was to report to work Miller who Is currently assigned to
I' ment this week ending the "stand Miller, 32, was fired by Bowen The arbitrator, Jerome hems, Monday November 26, or if he chose work within the police station. ;.',
; off" between Miller and Chief Jim- after Miller allegedly entered the was brought into the case under After Bowen said he' would, not not to return to work he would be
"',, '-m police station Intoxicated and. terms of the Police Benevolent rehire Miller, Miller took the case to paid $6,000. Due to the holiday last When asked Bowen said he iiad'comment no
t, Miler was fired last November damaged a door In the building. Associations contract, which re- civil court where Circuit Judge R. A, week Smith did not receive the letter on Miller's return to the
' even through an arbitrator called Into Miller denied being' Intoxicatedand quired a hearing on the matter. That Green ordered on' October 18 that until Nov. 26 and Miller reported to' department. '..':H4S1.t'\..jSiThe
; hear the case said the officer said he didn't slam a door at the hearing took place in' April of this, Miller be reinstated and the city give ,work at the police Station Tuesday, city has not meet the demandsof
), should be reinstated. police station, so hard that it was year and the arbitrator's report was him back pay Nov.. 27. the court concerning'-'the' ; back
! '.'1 am not bound by the decision of damaged. He said .the door was received in June. The'report said Last week a' letter was mailed to "1 am proud to be a part of the pay, said. Miller. >,',, :." : >
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November 9 in Bradford County Lowry for $4,950. lot on Oak Ave. In Crystal Lake ray for $6,90. and Brenda S. Wahl, Stephanie JC J 43 & 44 of Crosby Lake Inlet In Arthur
totaled $182,700. The largest. sale Eloise Starling sold a parcel of Homesites to John H. Verplank for Ednah M. Fcderick & Ann Y. Lowe, Patricia A. Shackleford and, and Theressa U/.oltc for SfI.OOO'< .
was for $40.500. Hand on Call St. in Starke to TommyC. $40,500. Simpson sold 16 acres on CR-18 in Evelyn S. Shaughnessy for $48,000.' ".ranc lI.A. ,and M. June, Mi-nard
V. E. & Gwen Thornton sold an III & Evelyn S. Chastain for Mildred Futch Stephens sold a .. ,Hampton to Sammy Allen Sheppard Franklin Delano Thomas sold IS1 a sold a parcel of land in Dwr Run fo
acre of land on SR-100 west of Starke., 17500. parcel of land north of Brooker to E. for $12,250. acres on Edwards Rd. W. of Starketo Theodore A.. Sr. and (Catherine:
to Francis Leroy &>: Effie Marie John Allen, Jr, &: Laura Jean M. Lewis for $23,000. Total land sale for the week en- R.V. Durrance and Eugene F. Belanger for $3,500.(). .'
,Miller for $4,000. /r: Shadd and Frank W. & Barbara Ann Jack M. Courtnay sold a lot of ding Nov. 16 in Bradford County Shaw for $44,300. q
Anthony J.Tringali sold ten acres' Cooper sold ten acres just north of ,'{;Keystone Club Estates*' to RichardJ. .'\ere $185,200, with, a slower week Lloyd C. and Doris, King cold a Leslie B. and LucilleWhitehead!
southeast of Starke to' Glen David. 'Starke Wesley, M. Luke for$10,000' & Ronda S. Clance for 4200. (,Nov. 23)) following at $33,500. parcel of land SW of Lawtey to Her sold an acre of land in the
Overby for $12,000. '*-. and Wesley M. Luke sold that pro"' Van Wayne & Paritia M. Bennett Ivan H. and Mildred E. Hazen sold man F. and Sandra A Crews for Moody ville area' to 'Harvey and
Vernie E. & Gwendolynl.f'ThornJton 'perty to' Randolph -Troy Luke for sold two lots'of East Lawtey to a parcel of land in Lakeside Subdivision $39,900 Margaret Smith for $5.ooo. /V.:
sold a lot of Crosby Lake Shoresto $13,000. Maria Dianne Darley &: Richard. A. to John S. Hopkins for $48,000. J.C., Jr. Genevieve L.;Prevail Annie M, Simmon!)s)1daparcel of '
William L. & Sue Ann Mossfor Mark V Olin sold a parcel of land Smith, Jr. for $26,000. Darius W. Cauthen Inc. sold par'- sold a parcel of land just W. of land near Little Santa Fc lake to
$6,900 '.? on CR-227 south of Starke to Thomas Leon& Diana I. Aspinwall sold a tially in Bradford County and partially Lawtey to George E. and Mildred S. Jnyce Roberts and Roiuild Jones. for
Jack M. Courtnay sold a lot of tn.-( McDonough. for $1,500.. parcel of land just off.of,US-301 two in Clay County on SR 21, S. of' Adams for $21,000. $:'J.000, 1.;' :
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Fuel.regulation storage in tank affect. Share holiday spirit t l;Registration for Winter. Term ,ClassesIn ":'1:;

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.rule underground which regulates stationary above storage and 'cards Progress at Santa Fe Community College,- ,, ,

tanks stored at nonresidential Christmas !
locatons which contain petroleum- Registration for 'Winter Term The Winter term begins January. jor Religions 20th' Century. Com
based fuels used to a vehicle > classes in Starke is underway daily .8 and ends on May 2. puter Concepts I, The Social
and whose storage capacities-exceed power 4fJi l from 8 a.m.,to 3:30 p.m. at the Santa Credit classes offered in Starke Sciences, First 'Aid, Introduction to
550 gallons. Vehicles affected are Fe Community College Starke this'term include College Composition Humanities Introduction to
cars, trucks, boats and Center A special evening registra General Biology with Lab. Literature and World History ",
airplanes tlon' will be held Monday General Psychology, Programming 'information,.
tractors. In effect since May 21, 1984, evening For more please call.
Dec. 3, from 6 to 7 in Basic Intermediate Algebra.MaLila
I the rule states that all regulated p.m. Yawn at 9645382.
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LAKE BUTLER
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Have an annual use greater than
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1,000<<) gallons. FREE IMPRINTINGDURING _-4- OPEN M-F 7:30-5:30: : Sat 7:30-12:
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Registration from: John Svec forms or can Susan be Boyles obtained Come See Us For All Your Farm Supply Needs!

Stationary Tank Section, Depart *, Clarksfl( '
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Stone Road, Tallahassee, Fl 32301 '
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P165 BOD 13 . P215 75B 15 33.88 : : $775 ,Ryes, Rye (Brass, "
PISS 750 14 28.83 P225 758 15 : 36.83 j, 50 lb'bag '
'P215 758 1.4 33.38 .P235 75B 15 ,.? ? 3S..88 "y Oats, Wheat, Clover

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1\ FET Included Balancing Extra 6 71' ,., ,
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\, Power Cat Traction ) .?? 1:' Roll', '
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,.. dimension of tuft patterning that' Price Includes FET Balancing Extra -' I m ,
was not available in Bill Certified Mechanic 25 : rift ''
regular Bogle, experience, specializing In '
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f. and shading, and does not detract frem. etc.' Come Sat Ul! '. > "rrr .
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outflow (the Model-T is now in
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'473-7213' it in 90 percent "original" condi-
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enactment and his wife Eileen ,
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./ . Richard C.. Tuner, D.C.. vintage touring car. .
.', The Tampa-based antique car :
: Same Day.Emergency Appt. ." ;'- buffs were presented the "Key to '1'1 ., .... .

'. :' the City" by Mayor Bobby Biggs. ,! .. ... .
Complete Fpmily: Chiropractic ,.
and other county and city of- I' ;:tt ..
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TULLER CHIROPRACTIC: CENTER ,
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Lawrence. Blvd../;Keystone Heights, No. 'hard roads in Florida. Starke wasa '. J''. l
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Mon.Fri.,6:306:00Weekends:: : & Evenings ':473-7094 check-point on the round trip .. '.. :
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t r' ITE Battery Charges' ;Against fi,.Deput P Ba'sl. ' '

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Charges against a Game and Fish met Jordan, 'the; wildlife officer'pn( .fracas and assisted ueputyBloin; In'I I:'
Commission officer arrested for bat- the front porch and Fields denied handcuffing the two/*nd .took' themto
tery of a Union County deptuty on making the call. Union County jail.
Nov. 20 were dropped on Nov. 28. GFC officer J.E. Sullivan also Tobin said Wednesday that the
Assistant State Attorney Harris received the radio call and went to situation had apparently gotten out
\ Tobin said he had spoken with the same location to offer of hand that night, but It had since
\/ Sheriff John Whitehead and arresting assistance; been resolved and he agreed with
officer D.I. Blom and a decision In his arrest report, Deputy Blom the Sheriffs Department that the .
had been made to, drop the said he immediately left when case should be dismissed. ,
; charges. 'I' Fields denied making the call. Blom. :' .'
Whitehead said wildlife officer said he stopped his car on the county ",
Howard Charged.... ;
Daniel Ray Jordan had not actually road in front of the residence to waft ,
hit Deputy Blom, although he had for Sullivan. Meanwhile, wildlife officer In another battery case filed the 1/
I' grabbed and shoved him which ,is Jordan approached Blom's car same day in the Union County '.'
::. f' : ::;j : technically battery. He said the Incident and yelled at him. Blom got out of cleric's office Charles Howard, 31,
_ ys li '4 _ was minor and didn't deserve to the car and Jordan grabbed him, the was accused of beating up GFC "
i be taken to court report stated, .- wildlife officer R.E. Woodall. "'
Deputy Blom responded .to a Fields got Jn between the two'men Tobin said that case would goi (to, ;\
Top Pilot.,. disturbance call from the residence and scratched the deputy on the court on Dec. 3. No details about that "

Mrs.James J. Lyons and grandparent Mr. and Mr. rigorous academic I of Vernie L. Fields, 41, of Lake face the report stated.. Situation were listed on the arrest ,
completing a training count a8
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Butler. Upon arrival, Blom said he' Sullivan helped breakup the 'report. J
Raymond Baer ,
Congratulate Trey Lyons after the well
as approximately 90. hour of airborne limlructlitu: "...
former Bradford resident received his designation as a In the T..... "Pegasus". ,
Navel Aviator in a recent ceremony at Corpus Christi, lie now Joins an elite gourp of navel aviators
Texgs' qualified for muld-eogiue flying. -
Trev is a member of the "Wise Owls", VT-31. after
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w" ,by Kiwanis Club !, <::,1 I.: .
by C.K. "Sue" Davis tint, it started snowing and for ap kidd and Amy Fletcher as theStatue : .a
phone IH.VU4I proximately one hour it really came of Liberty. "
down. Sure was a pretty site, Mann Winners were awarded books and
Shows &
Happenings...... commented. "I sure got cold several were recognized at '8 special 2 5:30 8 pm ;
Mr, .and Mrs.'Don' 'fientley and times .while there and wished for' assembly. All' students..who\ : par ,
daughter Brandi of Gainesville, ,some of the Florida sunshine :towarm ticipated were given special book : :
visited their grandmother, Mrs4' me but all In all it was a mark with a picture of the Statue of Thursday November 29 .
Ethel Russ, Thursday. .,*?;,/';(;' wonderful experience' one I can Liberty on it. Theme':{f,''Chlldren'sBook ,
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Mr. and Mrs; Edwin Prevatt And relive many times daughters, Missy and Patty,iof;:' through the photo album I sure do "Celebrate LlbertY:. Rtadt" The I' Bradford Fairgrounds.
Clearmont, were uvernighlguests of recommend to all Floridians a trip students were treatedaa.special
his mother, Mrs. M.A! William 'ln( of this kind should be experienced by rendition of ''Peter :P'M'| "' by, the
Starke Wednesday THursday, the all then we wilt appreciate what we staff. Special guesl."porjraying the Tickets. are Now:
family -wo4-lmichi! eels of''hermotheM'ftt have in our home state," Mann con- part ofthe ''Gator'.r&'her than the .
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brotheKlimirratfir; er' -,", to repeat the trip at a future date, Ezell assistant priMptehat( Brad $400 & $500 at GateNorman's "
MrJwfflwrlT l tlogh/ Crosby anJson';';.. Mann replied, "You I bet I. OU.ldr"; ford Middle School. iK7]:
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Mrsrulondson! in Lak-I' ( d.
Other members of the familyomirtg)) BES:.celebrated Children's Book "
for the' day were Mrs. HazeiJCaHton,:' Week on Friday, Nov., 16: Students; <
Mrs. Elaine Griffis and sqi i"Steve' were"asked to dress up like one of
and wife Peggy, all of Stdrke, Mi their favorite characters'. from" 'a.
and ,Mrs Tac Carr and children ,,book. t' s MarketU.S.
from Tennessee and Mr. and MrW> Charles Francis visited the school .
Herschel Blount of Tallahassee. '' l tp judge the cost ames.. Winners '

Tammy Mann of Boone N.C; join were: kindergarten Emily Corbine. i' "I 301 South 964-6071.
ed her mother, Mrs.!; T.J. l1ann and as Betsy Ross and Matthew Jordanas i -S !
brother Jay, for an outing and the Lone Ranger; first grade '
turkey day with her 'great grand- Matt Crosby as Captain Hook, Keith ''The'Country' Store For, More"< .
father pan; Johnson in Hampton and LaBombarde as the.'Tin Man.and
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melissa McLeod as Snow White; second ,New Hours: Open 8:30 ni0 7 pm Monday$ thru' Saturday
Frank Williams of Melrose. Tammy grade Megan Pillow as P ppi
returned to Boone to resume her Longstocking and Doug Colson as Compare Our Prices & SavelU!!! ; .
studies' at the University Sunday Daniel Boone; third Shannon '
afternoon. Jenkins 'as the Cat in the Hat and Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA Food :Stamps

Mrs. Rub -'.(lodges has returned Jason Corbine as Galileo; fourth
home after several days visiting her'' grade Justin Kendrick as Tom
children Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roe of >,Sawyer and Bobble Sue Fletcher as OUR "
.- Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Pippi Longstocking; fifth grade '
my Strickland in Callahan. On thereturd Stacey Wentworth as Cinderella and
trip, -Ruby visited herB Chris Snow as George Brett; sixth LUyuLbl JrKlULb AUUUJND
; f ft tifttlL8.: jBu'tr grade ,Christine Bath.as ..Captain I ,
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1$ext/ ( Tuesday, Dec<< !i. 4, ''vote'rs' ot.
Broker will turn out to ''vote on VOUR .
wrjejtticr to abolish .the office of t
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Maybr and accept the chairman ap- '
poitited by the council each year'as COWS A FRESH BOSTON ; -;" ,FRESH
acting mayor. All registered voters '
are... rgcd to ciime out and vote BLOCK BUTT : :. PORK CHICKEN '

It I rsonalsna PARTYvoyR $ (: u59

ili'. 'and Mrs. NeuflickS< :; \ enjoyed, ROAST .Lb: 1l SHOULDERFRESH Lb 99 1 THIGHS
th mi'lidays with family'and friends : : 7 :
injAndalusa, Ala. 1 cows will' tt( a vacation in the su'hmer'to l;' f.RM'. nuw' : bjI1L -
eking from the heat is a luxury Supplement Block! with lt. FRESH
b leaving Florida in,th!'Fall.for ,
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th snowand'; ice in'Michigan i is an j.J.; GROUND
outstanding 'an" ," f"ofahl l tgx, .. Will | SPARERIBS '
xpeVtirnce You ; love Cflllltf,, ,, : .
,, said "t:1.::: ,i l\1a.0'1'I'a8 here $ CHICKEN 99', ,
Supplement| Block.wilh |its l no'll'i 1 BEEF
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; m isl of one afternoon riding a !!h*. party On,,you,(arm : '
combine gatherlifg'tMrrtt't When askecfiwho "
this was being done so late in ''Inl/II.. your cow lo, a 'CHR'IS'TM'AS". TREES I
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a season and>whetflhe t harvest: t, :
w$ ready to gather, the rainy Your JIRMDvtjui. /%; ARE tiERE! '
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he i}fldy equipment and, With I '' the it was weight Impossible of the) Come Check,, : j l .. Premium, Ho. 1 :Frazier Firs1- Scotch, 'Pines Spruce

toot? into the fields The farmer had. en' Our :] ., ... .. ." 1 .

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Starke' Attorney, Prosecutor Finalists for JudgeA


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A Starke trial lawyer and a prosecutor The names of James L. Tomlinson, created by the Legislature. ThdnW"""attorney with the :University of
have emerged: as finalist for David A. Giant and John W. County Judge Stephen P. Mickle was .,, Florida student'-legal services
as Alachua County Stephenson were forwarded to the appointed to the position. before going Into private practice
appointment governor who has 80 days to appoint Tomlinson and two other at- for three years in Caln
j judge The candidates all men beat out 1 someone to the bench. torneys are vying for the position Stephenson, 34, of Alachua has
field of t left. vacant by Mlckle's appointment. been an assistant state attorney in
was a as '
what sources say mostly from For the second time In three mon Tomlinson was a partner with the Gainesville since 1876.. 4l
mary Gainesville as 20 applicants state attorney and ths Tomlinson 54, has been recom- Gainesville firm of Scruggs & Carmichael County judges 'handle traffic
defender's offices. mended by the nine-member for 18 years before opening court misdemeanors landlord-
public circuit Judicial nominating commission. In his own office In Starke He con tenant disputes and civil matters
The local commission 8th : receivedand September, the commission recommended tinues to live In Gainesville. .'<4.. concerning less thatn 5000. The an-
nominating evaluted the applications Conducted the trial lawyer along with Giant, 35, of Gainesville joined the nual salary is$58,544;the Seat under 'S r
Interviews and then narrowed three other people for a newly Bradford County Sate Attorney's office consideration is up for election in .
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the list to the three candidates. created circuit judge position in September. Giant was a staff 1988. ..
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I No Major Accidents Reported Over Thanksgiving, ...;t"i.,''\-


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estimates by the trooper on sw BUI Avenue wnen me collision .'
TrooperT.C. Pace. A car Damage
Florida Patrol officein cording to
The Highway
occurred. Brewer was charged with
Sr. to Starling's 1983 Mer-
included
Starke reported no fatalities or driving by Emanual D. Starling $100
to
yield.
failure
of Raiford was pulling with a cury, $250 to Frounfelter's 1976 Pon-
major accidents in the area over the 42. A 1979 Datsun driven by Brenda
to Van's 1981 Datsun:
driven by Corey Alan tiac and $1,000 .j
a car
rope
Thanksgiving holidays. Roberts Goodwin 33, of Starke went
of Starke eastboundon Another accident on Nov. 22 in-
In a one-car accident on Nov'22 Frounfelter 20, control NW 25th Circle "
out of on near
left Into the volved a 1981 Honda driven by Kerin
about :3 a.m., an Ocala man was C-16. I.Idrivewaayy about Nov. 23
C.T. a west- Annette Brewer 22. of Lake Butler U.S. 301 2:45: p.m. on ., i
after his went prison
slightly Injured car causing $700 damage to the car. i.
bond vehicle driven by Lena Sweet and a 1979 Plymouth driven by
out of control when he swerved ,to
Trooper EJ<. Etheridge 'reported
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P. Nerrderman, 34, of
avoid hitting a deer on SR-e, according Van, 51, of Tampa collided. im Lawrence LA. the Datsun hit a soft spot on the
to Trooper D.C. Roberts. Starling was charged. with Shreveport.D.C. Roberts reportedthat roadway which threw it out of con

caused A three-car damages accident but no near serious Raiford Injuries proper Van left was turn.charged with driving Trooper the Plymouth was westbound on trol into the south side ditch and; Anything you can do, I can do (twice 1))....;' '. .:/..

Nov. 22 about 8:30: a.m., ac- without headlights In the rain C-238 and the Honda was northbound' striking a pine tree. Sporting her first kill with a muzileloader Nov. 3. Johnnie Johns proudly .
displays this six-point buck she took In Two-Buck Hunt Club This Is In no' .
way her first kill she has several others to her credit, but it Is the first black t '
powder for the Starke native. Husband. Edwin. Is a great asset to her, he
1 Bradford Countians Sentenced Prison in Circuit CourtFour cleans and zeroes in the mUilZl load rt when l leaves the shooting to Johnnie. ,..
Four to
: Not to be outdone during regular gun season, she also took a; five-point
., buck last-Thursday from the same general area.
Bradford County men were. radio he was carrying. Gibson theft. Prevatt was arrested in'Aug. in Starke in October; 1983. _, I'
sentenced to prison terms Monday, in received 75 days in a community 1983 and charged with stealing eIn another case, Steven Edward r fem.OIP .-. '
four separate circuit court cases control center plus three years pro- T-tops worth about $1,700. from two Cornwall, 18, of Starke pleaded guil-
before Judge R.A. "Buzzy" Green, bation. He was charged with driving Corvettes In Starke. ty to grand theft Monday and a
Jr. while intoxicated and other viola -Richard Dwayne Tyler, 18, 'of presentence investigation was
Gregory Steven Gibson 23'l! of, tions of his probation agreement. 'Starke was sentenced to two years in ordered before sentencing.Cornwallwas ':
Starke, received a three-year prison'' before coming back to court. prison as 'a youthful offender. He: charged with breaking into the
term: after' he violated probation. Joseph Alan Prevatt 20, of pleaded guilty to grand theft after Pinehurst Grocery :and Southside.
Gibson was originally charged With Starke received a two-year prison being charged with stealing Elementary school and taking food, Some used to say mosquitos were,cr..ted,from the
robbing a Starke man of a portable term after pleading guilty to grand automotive tools from two vehicles drinks and clothing. smoke from the Devil's, pipe. ,. ; ,




Arrests ........4., ........................1............................J......................!...................................... }J'' Have You: Seen the. '

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Bradford County jail personnel'processed ed on promise to appear. 18, arrested for burglary and grand CHRYSLER 'II I
several persons since Nov. 25 Wesley Delane Wlll- theft in connection with items taken
Nov.21. including: Ingham 36, arreste for driving while from a van owned by Bradford Coun 85 LancerChryslers '
license schools on Sept. 30. "
Nov. 21 -Douglas Hinson "Buddy" suspended. ty
Hardy, 32, for trespass after warnIng Nov. 25 Lisa Dawn Hall 19" arrested Nov.26.Carl Lamar Foster;; 19 arrested Keyvesf.To I .
and disorderly intoxication I arrest by Ptl. C. Blankenship for for breaking into a Union'
by D.I. Groves. He was releasedon retail theft. Released on promise to County school bus parked at Brad- lymoulff Compete"In( I; '"
his promise to appear in court. :appear. ford High 'on Oct. 12 for a, football
Nov 22 Gregory Harris-Combs, '.'>;;f Nov. 26 :-'John R. Luke, 30,, ar game. ( the Foreign; line i
34, for driving under the Influenceand rested for 'driving 'under the'' inf1uenc'e Nov. 27 'Simon Mcloud 19, was 'of'StYling" '
driving while license suspended driving :while license'' arrested for shoplifting. i
arrested by Trooper D.C. Roberts. suspended and refusing to sign a Nov. 27 Kurt Allen Knifer, 22, arrested & Hauling: i'J '
He was released on bond. citation. He was released on bond. for driving while license
Nov. 22 Nathaniel Thompson I Jr., Nov. 26 William Frazier 38, arrested suspended.Nov. .
32, 'arrested for no valid driver's for violation of probation by 28 James Marchant 17, arrested J
license and improper tag. Posted Deputy G.A. Moore. He was arrested for failing to appear to. 83 '
82
bond. for driving while intoxicated.The answer charges of driving while in- Dodge Charger Datsun PU ,81 Dodge PU

Nov. 23 Paul Rodgers 31. ar- probation was received for'' a toxicated. He remains in jail on: AT, AC,,.PS, 14,000 miles Yellow AT, 6.; AC PS
,rested by Trooper. D.C. Roberts':for conviction of carrying a concealed $1,000 bond. ,
driving under the influence Posted firearm. Nov. 28- Ervin Doyle Williamson $
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bond.., Nov. 26 -Timothy Alan Bryan 23, 40, arrested for violation- of proba- $6295po 389500 349572Chev: 0. '
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Nov. 23- Harry William Tyson;43, arrested for violation of probation tion. :, '" ,
arrested by Sgt. Winston Barber,, for due to a driving under the influence' Nov. 28- Jimmy Julian Moore, 42.

driving'ryyyy! wider- the lhfluenceReleas..t< C".,*!.-- .rjr;arrest Now.26 i-RJcbard. Dewoyne, Tyleiv.. arrested h8k: f9r 1....,.issuing-,,worthless- I. 79'. Monte. Carlo. us 77 Ford Maverick x lip, ; : .tPULt f.,: t1
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Girl Scout New,S $ 36,95'1'695Q0: $12,9.500, .


Gateway Girl Scout Council!has and Bradford Delegate Chairman \
announced that it Is now recruitingand "I love the name and feel it will work CHRYSLER
training leaders to form Daisy as long as the group remains '
Girl Scout troops. Girls who are five 'separate which is the plan, after all byas STARKE
years old or in kindergarten may we have Deed having pixies at PLYMOUTH :
now.join the Girl Scouts. Until now camps for years which was the ,
the youngest Girl Scouts were younger girls and they loved it. We DODGE
Brownies six years old or .in first continue to recruit desirable leadersin I

grade. Bradford Union Neighborhood, 1320 N, Temple, Ave. (U.S 301 N.), -- 964-6081
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the new age level was named for' now we will need a few more. .
founder of Girl Scouting Juliette The Gateway Girl Scout Council
Gordon Low, whose childhood serves 15 counties (including
nickname was Daisy. It'represents 0 Bradford-Union) with a ''girl s wdJ11 ::';1 .....
the first change in the minlnum age membership of over 13,000 and adult : --_ .- .
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for girl members since 1973 and the membership of over 3,11: .
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first major revision of Girl Scout age .
levels in 21 years... : : .
"The decision to serve younger ,Lou.Ann's Azalea\ & Blueberry Farm ':''
girls was reached after years of extensive Take 100 ;
South towards "
study and nationwide pilot Keystone take right on 1\ 1. :,
projects," said Mrs William G. 24th Street, follow signs or .. .
Lockwood Jr.* 'president;. of Call 964-7109 II W. wit assist you t. I "
Gateway Council. '
At present, leaders are being Tuesday thru Saturday 10 am 5 pm''f.' ? ;. RED waaTEMBROIDERY I .
recruited and trained. Women : LL
Come See Our ".
wishing to work directly with Daisy M" I 'POLYESTER'
Girl Scouts are welcome., asj j are Monday Honys ,
groups and organizations interested .! FLOSS
Flowering Azaleas i
in sponsoring a troop. 0 '.w' N '1 T THREAD
The Daisy Girl Scout age level was Hanging Baskets .i." i ,
announced nationally In Detroit In Custom Docks & Swingsand o
i October at the Girl Scout 43rd, National more t ; / i'wwwww..wwwlw..r.
Council
Session-Convention. '
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Pain ripped through his legs and "The panther wasn't bleeding mediate danger.
body, but the panther's will to lurmuch by then," Johnston said "1 "We could have done the surgery ,, ,
vive was strong. Both his hind legs think he had bled alot before we got here" Johnston said. "But we don't t. ,
were broken and one foot was crushto him." have facilities anything like what 'f'. }
ed, but still he tried to walk. A Later, veterinarians determined they have at the university." ,
motorist wheeled over his body and that Big Guy had lost half his blood the three veterinarians decided to ;
left him for dead early Thursday before help arrived. fly the panther to the university toprovide
Nov; 1, but Big Guy is'a fighter, aDd The veterinarian decided to use a the best conditions) possible
he fought for his life. dart gun to tranquilize ,the panther for surgery on the animal's hind legs
It was many hours later shortly before attempting to get ,close. to and foot
before daylight when Ronald Mm. The animal clinic's staff members "
Townsend, driving a produce truck "His respiration was rapid from teamed up with the biologists to load 'r
from Miami to Naples, spotted the stress and shock" Johnston the animal onto a stretcher and carried 'r
pair of panther eyes along side US said. "A wild animal In shock like him out to a Game and FreshWater I'I I
41. He had seen them before that..there was no telling .what he Fish Commission vehicle. An l
"Panthers' eyes are brighter than might do." aircraft! chartered by the Commission
waited at the airport. '.
Meanwhile, the university was
preparing to receive the Big. Guy. A
university van, with Roelke Inside,. 4
p headed for the Gainesville airport, ,yy ,
ready to transport the panther to the
college. Others from the universitywere
tracking down a source for a
panther blood transfusion. They 1 "
found one in a small zoo at Camp .
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camp at High Springs .. qy
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A city blood and transfusion.prepared for the one-Bter Brooker Sets First Annual Arts.and Crafts Festival...

"He was a big cat Roelke said. The Brooker Volunteer Fire Department will ,be If you're looking tor a Christmas girt thai l.truly '
Tests indicated that the cats had hosting its First Annual Arts and Craft !Festival
oil orlginual Idea, Just come Id BriMiker and, look aver" ,
compatible blood types. Saturday, Dec I, from a.m. to 5 p.m. large Helecllom there ., ; '
iie Early SaturdaYb orthopedic Arts,, and crafts of all kinds Including needlework, Brmtker I Is located 20.mile :north of Halites: *illr ani I
n., Mark woodwork and paintings will"be on display for sale.al 'S miles southwest of SUrkf oiihlghnayit! 1(1( and z
Bloomberg and Gayle Donner, the festival.

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Drs. Bloomberg and Jamie Bellah ,
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hind leg and fool. ASherrod
Wrap Up
The veterinarians believe both
"Big_ 'Guy operations were successful.
"We're thrilled at the teamwork. i.
.deer's eyes," he said later, ''You can, ,After firing the first tranquilizing among all the people and agencies Conversion
tell the difference.". dart. Into the animal, the rescuers that took part in rescuing and saving
Townsend could barely make out waited ten minutes to allow the drug the panther," said Game and FreshWater I
the animal, but he could tell the cat to take effect.. Fish Commission Executive
was injured. He turned his truck "Then we got a pole with a syringe Director Col. Robert M. Brantly.
around and drove back by the spot a on the end of it and moved in close to "Mr. Townsend, the Commission
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few' miles east of Ochopee, to in try to give him an injection," the the highway patrol,..Dr. Johnston,
vestigate. veterinarian said. "As soon as we the park service, the university, the VAN for 'CHRISTMAS
Some time before 6:30 a.m., the touched him with that, he jumped at sheriffs department of them
125-pound panther had attempted to us, and there we were standing pitched in to help. Everybody was r
cross the highway, only to be halted chest-deep in the canal. We scrambled Determined save the animal nootter .
by.a vehicle that apparently ran on out of there and hit him with. what it took. That's why the .......--"'",,.---.. ,-.,. .,."..,
over his hind quarters. another dart. panther Is alive night now." -
"There were some skid marks on Another ten minutes later, the Currently Big is recovering '"
the road there Townsend said. "It animal's respiration still was rapid in a 3x7-foot cage at the university. "
looked to me like it must have been a about 72 breaths per minute, but The staff reports. that he is sitting
car or a pickup that did it." he appeared to be calm, so the up eating and even walking around ,
Somehow, the animal had manag rescuers moved In again with the occasionally. In fact,. a 4-week-old
ed to drag himself to the side of the syringe. Soon the animal was un African deer, a couple of cages away
road before he collapsed beside a' conscious. from him, occupies Big Guy's attention -
guardrail. But when the animal The men pulled a stretcher from much of the time. Deer are
sensed the presence of Townsend,he .the helicopter and loaded the animal among panthers' favorite meals.
stood;up and 'walked a' few steps onto it and floated him on a'smaU After' two or'three weeks of
before the pain and shock. drove him boat across the canal to the recovery according to. wildlife
to the ground again. highway. As soon as they reachedthe biologist Tom Logan of the Game
"I've always liked that kind, of pavement,. the veterinarian and Fresh Water Fish Commission,
animal," Townsend said. "I decidedto began treating the, panther. ;. forshock.v.ttijit&al' Big Guy probably will be transferred -
,fetphateverU;could UMalp him"at ;' ImtWithin > 1 to larger facility!to regain. .,his ,(r-dh, tlwi
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Wfth t'bu ,'-T t1drove respiration was: back down around ',. then we'll know the extent of I
to a nearby. Florida Highway lft-18 per minute. Johnston said. tissue damage," Logan said.."Then
Patrol station. "Then they called in the helicopter we'll be able to tell whether he,will.
Phonellitarted ringing. and we (the pilot, veterinarian andRoboski be able to return to the wild."
Biologist John Roboskl. of the took off for the clinic with If biologists find that the animal J r
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com the animal's head laying in my lap." won't be strong, agile or swift 5" Something All
mission's Panther Recovery Team; It was Johnston who named the enough to compete for food in the
raced to the scene as soon 'al ,he 'cat Big Guy. Johnston, an avid bass ,wild, he will be held in captivity for 6 YEAR .
learned of the wounded animal. fisherman, said that the night before breeding and further,study. '
Townsend had driven on into Naplesto the cat was injured he had dreamed '."Unless there are complications, 'j, or./ Your Family Can
unload his truck and then accompanied that he had seen a panther while the veterinarians expect him to ) 7 Financing
Roboskl back to the site. bass fishing in the Everglades. 'make a complete. recovery" Logan.
Meanwhile, the Collier County "I dreamed that as I was leaving
Sheriffs Department dispatched a had yelled 'See you later, big guy',to said.Meanwhile, scientists ,will seize ,.
unit to the scene to control traffic the panther," Johnston said. "Then the''opportunity to conduct tests on
and to' prevent well-meaning Individuals lo and behold;the next day there was Big Guy ,to, learn:more about the '
from spooking the animal. this panther.I just decided. to name .animal's disease history, geneticsand At this Great Price!
."That was the thing that worriedme :him Big Guy." physical characteristics. ; .
the most,"said veterinarian Ned "At.1:30: p.m., the chopper set down If all goes well, Logan laid Big ; "
Johnston who treated the panther."I in a parking lot near the St. Francis Guy may be' roaming his native 1985 Sherrod
was afraid the cat might hurt Animal Clinic at Naples,. and wetlands again;within a. couple of Conversion
himself trying to get away. momenta later, the University. of months j -
It was about, 10:30 a.m.,. recalls Florida 'College ,of Veterinary Based .on'' Big Guy's ;size' and List Price Tilt, Cruise 320 V-8;
Commissioner biologist Walter Me- Medicine airlifted two specialists, absence of battle scars, biologists i f. : Automatic',Overdrive 'Power, r4
Cown, when the rescuers watched Drs. George Kollias and Melody estimate that the panther' Is about '' .
uneasily as the animal crawled into' .Roelke, to Naples to team up with 3V4. years old.Panthers < .. I :, Windows Power Door Locks $ 15, A
the canal on the north side of the Johnston. Kollias and Roelke, under once roamed throughoutthe *19,495 ", Duol Tics-Chrome .1. O *f 9? 5
road and swam toward the swamp. :contract to assist the Commission in. ..state, but today; nearly aD the : :", Bumper:! ej.
The panther could barely summon rescuing Injured panthers and studying remaining panthers I are (in south
enough strength to pull himself par: the species: arrived at,,3:30: '' Florida: Theexact l? population of '
tially up the bank before he stopped, p.m. ', .panthers ,,Is unknown,,but wildlife SHELLS' ,FOR YOUR :CONVERSION '
with his hind legs still dangling in Commission 'blologists'stood 'by biologists' have:documented fewer .
the water. with instructions to any. than 30 of them In the southern tip of :
:While the Commission biologistsand help the veterinarians need. the, state. '
the deputy sheriff watched the At St.'Francis, Johnston.X-rayed .Big Guy is the only panther knownto
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animal the National Park Service, the animal and stitched up a cut on have survived a hit-and-run. FULLY LOADED $10,995u ,
notlfled its helicopter pilot Phil Murphy the panther's tongue His main con. Logan said the Commission had .. ..,. . . ,
'that "he was cern, however, was to stabilize the .the foresight to establish proceduresto _- I
veterinarian at the Napl.sab'o't, :panther's vital signs. Once stabilized rescue injured panthers,and he ': .t ,
for a rescue.attempt* the animal would be out of Inv said that (la largely;responsible for : ; J ,:: ; C .. (V
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Streamlined licensing system for the magazine's. circulation has increase icon| will be :
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many hunting and fishing activities "ed by,nearly. '13 percent..over last pa 'l' ,, ,, '
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recent action taken by the five-; ,* : .. .
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