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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A high pressure ridge is developing over the southeast U.S. which Edltorloli , ...'. , 4A I J () l j' 11"1. ,
could keep N-Florida skies clear through the weekend.No Social N.w., . . 3-7A ( ( >1- I.{ {
rain is mentioned in the forecast which does predict gradually Football Contort, . ., IDA J1 { J. '''UU1 J'r
warming temperatures through the weekend. Fair and cold Public Nolle., . . ., ,*A :
Wednesday night with lows in the 30s. mild and cold weather today Sport, , . . '.' MIA
(Thursday Nov. 7) from the 30s into the 70s,and a 20-degree warming Eo.aar , . ... 13A C 1 II l lv
trend Friday-Sunday is expected with lows in the 50s and highsin Clrcut, , . ,, . 14A \ l' ,
the middle 70s. It could be In the 80s by Sunday.No .
important wind or frontal systems are seen for the weekend. SECTION Bi 12 Fag..

Persistent scattered showers last Thursday night and Friday, Golfing Boom IB
dampening the BUS homecoming, didn't amount to much in Wlnn-Dlxl.Ad. . . 2B
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30-year average rainfall January-October is 49 inches. So far ins Ar.a D.alh. . . . . 2B The. Sweetest Strawberries ThisSide_ of Heaven "
1989, some 51 inches of rain has been recorded in Bradford County. Want Ad.-------------------MOB 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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" American Legion Post 56 will Habits

observe Veteran's Day Monday,
Nov. 11, with a breakfast from 8-9 r ,
a.m.Road.at the post home on Edwards 4

Following the breakfast a program Moving to control city expenses, When Commissioner Bobby Biggs
is scheduled at the site of Starke commissioners are setting upa reported that Police Chief Jimmy
Veteran's Memorial at US-301 and gasoline purchasing system with Bow en is concerned about the process
Walnut Street. Register Oil. the council members asked for
Members of Post 56, the Ladies The city just recently placed all patience in working the new opera
Auxiliary, and veterans and their purchasing of supplies under Purchasing tion out. Policemen already purchase
families interested in becoming Agent Jerry Wadsworth. gas from the Register Oil
members are invited and urged to The commission recently built a new credit card system at the bulk plant.
attend the breakfast. As part of the $50,000 warehouse at its yard on the Commissioners stressing this is a
Veterans Day activities, Post 56 f" r corner of Orange and Washington cost-conserving method and a
asks the public and Bradford County 5 Streets, and is centralizing purchasing record-keeping operation that will\
organizations to participate in the 6 !I and the city garage under one show how much gas is being
program. Wreaths will be laid at the building. Objective is to have better pruchased by each city department,
base of the Veteran's Memorial at control of purchasing by city urged that department heads give it
the intersection of US-301 and Call employ ees. a good look before complaining. If
Street. The council approved gasoline changes need to be made, they will\
The Bradford High Band will per- prices submitted by Register Oil the be made said !MayorCommissionerCharles
form. Speaker of the day will be the only bidder, to purchase fuel from Schaefer
commanding officer of the Cecil Ihe'lsland at the company's credit-!
Field Naval Air Station. card 24-hour-per day service opera. Dress Code..
lion at the Register Oil bulk plant. A dress code proposed by Mayor
The gas will cost slightly more than Charles Schaefer"
Fair w as adopted by the
My Lady... HomecomingFever. last year, but the city will save the council Tuesday night Nov.:'; 5.
My Fair Lady, a dinner-theatre price of having a man on duty to Among other things, the code prohibits
stage production presented by The pump gas. And, said Commissioner. wearing: shirts' outside of
Bradford Players and the Junior vernon Silcox, it would cost the city pants, requires that uniforms be
Woman's Club of Starke is set for ... 'li MI >t Y, $10.000 to $13.000 to install its own ('le.Ihen employees ('onto
two consecutive Friday and Satur- credit card gasoline system. :Nobodyat '; work, and establishes some safetymeasures
day nights, Nov. 15-16 and 22-23. A Tuesday night's commission such as the wearing of
Rain dampened 19H5 Homecoming
Sunday matinee is set Nov. 17. meeting had records of what steel toe shoes" or hard hats in some
festivities at Bradford High but not the cost the this ,
Tickets are available through any gasoline city past year
of the students jobs.The
spirit ,
Junior Woman's Club member, Commissioner Silcox explainedthat drt'Ssie require that city;
Amy Dowling and Mark Triiylor portray two cards will be fora
Chastain's Jewelry, Denmark Fur y t necessary employees wear the uniform
niture, and by calling Ms. Debbie FFA's interpretation of the paradetheme city gas purchase: under the nt'w1'lIh'l1I prescribed: bv' the departmentheads
Connaughton, phone 9645326. '" "Tornadoes' .Go Hollywood. inHrrMayii : an ID card will be carriedby The city will furnish five ',
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hoineeoinlni city agents, such a* policemen" uniforms per emplo.vee after the
Wadsworth is at bottom right. who need to purchase gasoline The probation period completed
Gator QB Club... Homecoming Queen Erika Griien ID card will have a designation for Commissioner Bohl\v Biggs I
escorted her father Dr. Harry C.riien, questioned I
by the city department for which the
if al) city employees will berequired
Charlie the defensive
Bailey takes her walk before 2,000 fans parked gasoline purchaser works Another
Itt'r a uniform, in-
coordinator for the Gator defense Into Bradford Stadium for the 42-0
card, called
an acceptance card w ill '
\11d1ltht ladies who work in city I
which stopped Auburn's Bo shutout Paxon, the lUIS band prfwr-
over be Kept by the city purchasing agent hall Clerk !Neil Tucker said his
Jackson last Saturday will speak mall ", and to see the homecoming queen a I To get gas the city employee would
employee uniforms.
already wear ;
at 8 p.m. at the Gator QuarterbackClub and her court and the class princesses, wM have lo go to the (warehouse" at Assistant Clerk Elise Pass showed
meeting tonight (Thursday, recogni/ed lit halflime. : Orange and Washington Streets toget hl'I-I'I.\\'l.sl\l1d
n Mouse outfit to Biggs,
Golf and
the Starke
Nov. 7) at
For more on Ilo ictonib4)gsee card Then
an with
acceptance who said
it didn't t look like a
Club. The social begins at 7
County :3A. both ID card and
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an an :acceptancecard \11111'11TII( 'I.'r "said' that was the
p.m. still the employee will bo able to i'inl11"1': Pass "said, the ladies w ear
Seats which cost $15, are
draw: gasoline. Then, the empUivee so\ oral different blouses
available for the bus to the
will fL'llIl'lth,' acceptance card to
Georgia-Florida game if you have the purchasing departmentmaiiuler Iscc' Starke Moves..p.2.\>
your own tickets. For more info,
phone 964-7910 for Ada Reddish.

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Representative.Chiles .. School Board Architect Works on, Walkway.. PlansSchool

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Dean Fenn a district assistant of I
U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles, board architect )Don Duncan says their won't be time lo and the Bradford, High I'lusc 1 project of the school; year Mrs. The members, I Ihroe appointed bjeach
D-Lakcland will be in the County Morgan is working on drawings to build all five portables.' both built by' Tries! ""on.II'II': Carter said she plans to appeal the school board member, arc:
Commission meeting room in the replace the unsafe walkways utStarke. Architect Morgan was hired for lion ('0. of Keystone Heights. suspensionExpelled. Becker Judo Archcv Jimmy
Bradford Courthouse from 1-3 p.m. Elementary School. the walkway project a small $:r;0iXHl Both buildings are being used, but St'I'tI. Sandi Smith
tomorrow (Friday, Nov 8). If you Supt. Jim Duncan says that unsafe to $(WIHH), job, in a :3-2 vote of I he at MIIS, for instance, problems remain : a 17-year-old student for Hall' )Debbie Connaughlon; Vicki
have any problems with the walkways will be replaced on a school hoard ill the Oct. 21 schoollx with the damper controls on the remainder the school term for Crew, Bob Ferguson I
Federal Government or want to priority basis. There arc also some >ar<1 modintf Morgan got I the nod the( << air-conditioners, soffits improperly defiance: of authority to school. officials Parrish: Dot Simmons Lloyd
discuss issues or legislation Sen. unsafe walkways at Bradford High from a school board selection com- installed and falling down, and disrespect 1 to a teacher Stilwell. MarSchlofman \ i I.'II'I.
Chiles urges that you contact School. miller, then (he entire school Ixwtrd and three of SIN hc.tlcrs pulling out The situation went beyond what the I
district assistant while he is in the With such a late start there will was a.k't1ln: vole yes or, no on him. excessive mounts i of w atcr The excess administration could understand, Carolyn Aulr '. Rev j!
local courthouse. "My office is your probably In- no new walkways (mill Voting against I the approval of valor pill out is a manufacturing said Supt. Duncan in recommending Robert Gillis, Shan Johns
office, and I want it to work for this year, Supl. Duncan says. Morgan were hoard members Jtuly : problem, Duncan told the bond<< expulsion The school\ board supported Snongler Jimmy Crosby, Jr.,
you. It's important to me that I Becker mid Leu Schlofiuait. HI''k"I'qUl'.1 and said (he manufacturer would be r the recommendation :S-0. Judge George Plt'I"SII', I' Futch.Mrs. .
know of your views and concerns so The school hoard originally planned : jollt'll going I through the KI'II'C"linlll"'oc'c..s cuiilactcd lt> determine if the company Judy Arches was named
that I can better serve you," Sen. to build five portable classrooms on such small job. She w ill correct its defect ive equip chairman of the group for an
Chiles has stated. but changes in the way Lawley Correctional foul ended 1 the entire lx>ard should be ment. Took no action on establishing an organisational meeting to be held in
inmates can work havedelayed able to voice opinions on he( selection overtime pay plan required under I the near future
not just vote In approve or" the U.S.1 Fair Labor Standards Act
that The school
Small Business... project. IHne Itihlxm (;rnup... Senate Is expected to
board will now have to hire a person disapprove' a committee selection.Selilofmiin 'I'h1.S. In other Oct. 21 a'I 11thr school
A business analyst for one-on-one to be in charge of the inmate said lie was voting The<< :school. board (VI. 21 appointedti << nit-mi the Garcia Act so thai local board:
consultations will be available the workers. The prison can no longer against Morgan because small unfinished now Blue Ribbon<< Committee to ernments can allow time off for
last Friday of each month the next supply an instructor. Since it will lx : items long delayed on the study school problems and make overtime worked if taken in the Suspended without pay Siss't'refary
meetings being Nov. 22, and Dec. January Ix-foro work can shirt,Supl. Hrookor Eli: menlary cafeteria job suggestia11s: lo the Mora same pay tx'riod.Binikclvthip Janet Carter for the reTrial -

20.The Small Business Development

Center (SBDC), Gainesville an-

thly nounces assistance management the sessions beginning information at the of the Starke-mon and Set Nov. 8 for Truck Driver Who Killed FourAn


Bradford for County actual Chamber and prospective of Commerce Altoona FL truck driver, Killed at the Kl'rlor the nceideiit Judge R.A. (Bu//y) (:rt'C'n. After ttn sinning large quantities of alcoholic evidence that 1'a111' had consumednine
business owners. whose semi collided last summer 1.7 miles south of Slarke on SI.1(10. extended Investigation the slate beverages beers during the 12 hours
The SBDC is a service of the with a car, killing four people, is were Katie Crawford, 32; could not prove thai Taylor showed a proceeding the accident and had a
scheduled to trial Nov. 18 Greta truck To'>rnvelhatpoint I ,all ornev' Wellsasked blood-alcohol level of .24 when his
State System and the go on on her sister, Campbell Cain, high degree of intent when his .
University eight that could net him and that Taylor be allowed to consume 1980 Konworlh semi tractor collided
U.S. Small Business Administration. charges up 34, and Cain's 8-yelll'-old daughter swerved out of its lane July 20
to 60 in jail. the Crawford, beer in jail to redevelop the with a 1979 Ford LTD carry ing l1evC'nmembcrs
There is no charge for the sessions. years Melanie Johnson. Cain's son, 9-year- into path of the car which have
alcnholtolerance
of Raiford .
F.lwellsaid. many a
old Aaron Assistant Slate Tom
Johnson, died the follow Attorney
For more information, call Gary Taylor, 47, of Altoona, is ing afternoon at Bradford. Hospital deteriorated during Taylor's three According to a Floridafamily.High*ay-
the Chamber, phone 9645278. charged with four counts of months in jail. Wells said he should Patrol report Taylor was travelingon
vehicular homicide and four countsof Another passenger In (the car Ker- Judge Green denied I ho motion of be allowed to test and demonstrate SR-100 about 1.7 miles east of
Upcoming... DWI manslaughter. Taylor's rie Crawford, 9, was seriously, Injured Public Defender Dennis! Wells whois Taylor's ability to consume alcohol Starke when ho pulled into the west
semi-tractor and trailer collided last Two other passengers, )Dallas. representing Taylor, to allow and not become intoxicated. Wells! bound lane. Dallas Crawford attempted
The Board of Governors of the July 20 on SR-21 with a car occup- Lamar Crawford, 41, and Michael Taylor to consume beer while in Jail said he intends to show even if it is to avoid the crash by pullIng -
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com picd by seven persons fatally Injuring Crawford 14, received minor in- awaiting trial. Wells claimed Taylor proved that Taylor's blood-alcohol into the ea si bound lane. When
merce will meet at 12:30: p.m. today four of them. Taylor had a blood- juries. had developed chronic alcohol level was .24, was not intoxicated Taylor pulled back into the east-
(Thursday, Nov. 7) in the acohol level of .24, more than twice Four charges of second degree tolerance. Wells argued the and therefore, not guiltyof bound lane, his semi-tractor and
board room at the Starke Center of the amount necessary for a drunk murder against! Taylor were drop- tolerance was so great that Taylor the charges. trailer collided with the left front
Santa Fe Community College in the driving charge. ped Monday, Nov. 4, by Circuit could funlion normAlly after con State prosecutors will present; and left side of Craw ford's car.
old 1902
courthouse. For more in-
i formation phone 9655278.
The City Commission of Brooker

will p.m.meet in city Tuesday hall. Nov. 12, at 7:30. BHS Marching: Band Earns Straight: Superiors at ContestThe

The City Commission of Hampton c1; .
will meet Tuesday, Nov. 12, at "Spirit of Bradford" High came through (to show just how Assistant Band Director Jimmy Reggie Crum Carle Morgan, Kenneth Owens, Chanda :
7:30: p.m in city hall. School Marching Band clearly ignored powerful it can be. The lilts band Brownlev. Drum major hoi lie Cole. Foster Bradley Gilhousen. David Padgett Kristin! Pfenniger Melinda I
The Bradford County Commis superstition of being the 13th was the only one in its\ class to rule BRASS: Paul Bawek Charles Rogers, Kevin Starling Charlotte Powell Jeff Sellers, Noy Srivibul,
sion meets Monday, Nov. 18, at 9:30: band scheduled and went on to give straight superiors. Casner Dale Cassels l Keven Terry, Shannon Tucker CharminWilkcrson Sheila Stewart, Craig Williams,
a.m. In the courthouse. The com- a straight superior) performance at Cogdill, Paul Coleman Dennlo Sarah Woodard. Suzy Wilson. .
mission is meeting week later. the District 111 Florida Bandmasters Darley, Stephen Easem, Doug For- WOODWIND: Carol Baker, Karen MAJORETTES: : Leanna Barfield,
than usual this month. Association Marching Festival in Next scheduled conlwt Is Nov 16 tig, Kim Gowens Jay Hayes Bill Black, Robert Boone Patty Kim Casey, Lorrie King, Donna
The Bradford School Board will Gainesville.Of In Jacksonville at Forrest High Hamilton Billy Harrison. Karen Browder, Kim Burch Pam Carter, Langley Donna Parado, Rosalyn
meet at 7p.m. Monday Nov. 18, in the 22 area high school bands School for the Northeast Florida Hodges, Lynn Holtrondorf, Becky Corel ha Daniels, Aaron Davis Taylor and Anna Ward.
the administration building on N. performing Saturday Nov. 2, at compel ion. Manning, Larry Nazworth, Jimmy Angela I Davis, Kern Fill yaw. Eddie COLOR GUARD: Ginny Bennett,
Temple Ave. UF's Florida Field only four bands Qulette. Shawn Schmidt, Bianca Hall Kenneth Heiken. Michelle Hendrix Cindy Frey Pam Mikell, Laurie
The Starke Commission will earned superior in all categories.The 1983-86 members of the Bradford Simpson, Billy Starling, Tim Weir. Renee Hewett, Angela Joiner. Mobfey, Angela Montgomery and Rhonda -
meet Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m. other three bands were much High Band are: PERCUSSION Jeff Adams, Also Kim Lee Sherry Mattox, Nettles, Cindy Ward, Dawn
In city baD, larger" but the "Spirit of Bradford" Director: Charles (Buddy) Ball. Angle Baueom. Mlcki Becker, Kevin Zelloulse Montgomery, Karen Woolvln.


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Michelle Hall before school, during both lunches
and after school. Staff membersare
: Kellie Baldwin,Sue Blackburn,
A Big Thanks... Lynn Bowen, Allison Denmark, An-
Thank Mr. Ramsey for all dy Frey Beth Green, Michelle Hall.Chris
the work and support you gave last Holloway, Rusty Nail, Todd
week during Homecoming. Withoutit Parker, LaTanya Tyson Dana
Homecoming would never have Whitaker, Sharon Vessel Deanna
been. You were marvelous. Ab- Tomlinson and Editor Wayne Sut-
solutely marvelous. Mr. Ramsey is ton.
._ VIr.-, J JI ,_ the Student Council advisor and a
Flag Raised at SFCC Starke Center... social studies Instructor. Congratulations....
Congratulations to Erika Gruen,
The American flag held by Dr.Bernard McFadden was raised over the Witnessing the ceremony Monday morning were l-r) Barney Walker Key Clubbers... this year's Homecoming Queen.
Starke Branch of Santa Fe Community College In ceremonies Monday Sue Smith, Lila Yawn Janet Montgomery Jane Menard Dr. Norman We are starting a very importantfund You deserve it, Erlka.1Congratulations .I
morning. Nov. 4. Jensen JoAnn Smith Rowe Tom Rowe Stephanie Redding, Melanie raiser. Quaker Oats and Key
Donated by Junior Woman's Club of Starke the flag has flown over the ..Wood, !and Cindy!': nkler. JoAnn and Jim Howe came up from Sanford Club International are joining to the Spirit of
state Capitol In Tallahassee. and son Tom Itowe of Starke,donated $1,000 to the SFCC Starke Center In together in a project entitled "Save Bradford... The Bradford High
Taking part In the ceremony are Dr.McFadden coorinator of the SFCC honor of Tom's grandparents Mrs. Eoline W and Mrs. W. Hogan Smith the Children"1. Key Clubs all over School Band marched this past
Starke Center and Starke Mayor Charles Schaefer who put in untold who were lifelong residents of Bradford County. the country are joining in on this pro- Saturday in the FBA Marching
hours preparing the parking lot and the grounds to turn the old 1902 courthouse ject. This will be our biggest projector Festival in Gainseville. Twenty-

Into a college.- 198586. For more information, eight bands were competing for top
contact Quaker Chairman Mike honors. Only four our of 28 received
Barber. straight superior ratings. The Spiritof
City Moves The time and day of our meetingshas Bradford was one of the four. This
not changed. We meet every ears of STRAIGHTSUPERIOR
Tuesday evening at 6:30: p.m. in Miss for Bradford High
from page 1 Task Force Set... said electrical engineer Howard Signed an agreement with the Swift's room. Everyone is en- School Band. So congratulaions,
Biggs also questioned if the council The council appointed a 4-membcr Sims has been in Starke talking to Florida National Bank of Starke to couraged to join. band on a super job.
has authority to establish and enforce Community Action Task Force, the Utility Superintendent Merrill Dees reduce the city's interest rate on a Key Club is a service organization.We .
a dress code. Yes, said attorney first step In seeking a Community and Electric System Supervisor Bill large loan by 1.3 percent, down to 6.7 are here to help people in our Float and Skit Places...
Terry Brown. Employeescould Development Block Grant from the Weldon about the new line. Currently percent. City Clerk Neil Tucker announced schools and community. If you are In the Float judging, Seniors took
be fired for not adhering to the Florida Department of Community the city awaits a construction the interest reduction in interested in being a member of this first place over all. The juniors won
dress code, the councilmen said. Affairs. schedule from WalMart.On getting approval of the council to fantastic club,contact a Key Club officer second place, the freshmen were
Commissioner Silcox said the sign the new agreement. or sponsor Sheryll Swift. third, and sophmores fourth.In .
employees, hearing the dress code Dog Catcher... the Skit competition at Tornado
was coming, already are arriving at Task Force members are The city will have 24-hour dog cat- Sophomores... Whirl, the seniors took first place
work in clean work clothes with Elizabeth Walker, Charles Jackson, ching ability by having two men split Was told by Commissioner THe Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation once again. The freshmen were se-
shirts tucked it. It looks good from Charles Cunningham, and Commissioner the duties and the $300 per month' Crosby that several replacements on (HOBY) has conducted annual, cond, the juniors were third,and the
the outside to see employees dressedas Jimmy Crosby. The group salary. the city zoning board and code en- all expense paid Leadership sophomores were fourth. Hang in
neatly as possible, said Commis- must select a target area made up of forcement board will be made at the Seminars since 1958. During these there Sophomores! Things'll start
sioner Jimmy Crosby. Crosby, who at least 51 percent low income The council increased the dog cat- next meeting Nov. 19 for ZB seminars, 10th graders have the op- looking up!
works for the Department of Correc- residents, and decide whether to cher payment $100, up from $200, at members Johnny Hobbs and Sam portunity to meet, interact with, and
tions, pointed out the state of Florida seek money for house or the recommendation of Utility Supt. Bassett. A replacement must be question renowned leaders of today Dance Rules...
has a dress code for employees. neighborhood development.The Merrill Dees who made the recommendation found for city ZB member Spiros about their future world. HOBY To refresh your memory,here are
city has a HUb grant to redo said Commissioner Jim Drivas who is building a home at the State Seminars are three-day the dance rules everyone must
New Electric... housing in the Reno area, but since my Crosby, as the least expensive country club, outside the city limits. weekend events held each spring.By follow:
City department heads are study the HUD funds have been funneled method of improving the dog cat being selected as your school's 1.No Middle School students will
ing a new power line to service the through the state Dept.of Community ching. Said the "Ambassador", and attending your be allowed to attend the High School
Wal-Mart shopping center which is Affairs the city has not been able Crosby said the city has caught 600 Recreation Department proposal of to the light city the HOBY State Seminar, you become Dances.
supposed to come to south Starke, eligible for HOBY's paid, 2. Once have and
expense
you paid are
to for within
said qualify a grant. dogs the past year, and that ten.:is courts at Bradford High
Commissioner Vernon Silcox. one week International Leadership inside the are not allowedto
gym
you
the law is
city's being enforced to a Schoo! has been made to school of-
Electrical engineer Howard Sims New Power Line... degree. Crosby said the 24-hour call ficials. Seminar to be held in August. The leave and come back in without
has been to Starke to meet with for 1986 International Leadership paying admission again. This is to
dog catchers should Idea is
Discussion is under about help.
Electric Superintendent Bill Weldon way a Seminar is set August 1-9 in In- try and cut down on the number of
new power line going south to the to get response to a dog complaint Received three bids on a new
and Merrill Dees coordinated
Utility Dept. Supt. within a resonable time said dianapolis, by Indiana students going out to parked cars to
KOA campground where WalMartis copy machine for city hall with
but nothing definite has been planned. University. If you are interested in smoke or drink.
City forces await word of Wal- supposed to build a store and adjacent Crosby.In prices ranging from$6,900 to$10,946, teh seminar, you may get an ap- ,
Mart's construction schedule, Silcox shopping stores. and turned the bids over to Clerk plication from Mrs. Holiday in the 3. If not student
you are a of
other
Citv Commissioner Vernon Silcox Nov. 5 action, the council: Tucker for evaluation.
said. Guidance Office.Yearbooks .
Bradford, or you are no longer in
school, you must be with a Bradford
on Sale... High School student to be able to
1985 is Comparatively Bad Year for Forest Fires The 1986 Tornado will be on sale enter the dance.

.... .. until tomorrow (Friday. Nov. 8) for
This has been the worst year for volunteer fire departments to geT $20,000 being held by the state from Set a special meeting for 9:30: $17. They may be purchased from Happy Birthday...
wild fires since 1981, forester Tom 50-50 matching monies for equip- fishing license fees paid in the coun a.m. Monday, Oct. 28, to open bidson any member of the yearbook staff. Happy Birthday, mom. I love you
Hannon told the county commissionOct. ment. The Heilbron Dept. got some ty. 50 cents from each license purchased health insurance. The bids will There is a table set up in.the office very much) Love, Darlene.:
21 in his annual report for fiscal funds in 84-85 Hannon said, so probably goes into the fund to improve then be turned over to a committeeto
year 1984-85 which ended Sept. 30. the funds will be allocated to a facilities. It took three months to be evaluated, said Chairman
There was a 55 percent increase in different department this year Han- have the deal approved by the state Maxie Carter Jr. (See accompany
wild fires over last year, said Han non said. which kept asking for more information ing article.)
non,the area supervisor in charge of Forester David Norton reportedhe Gaines said.
forestry rangers that do the fire assisted 76 landowners with tree Continued efforts to buy property
fighting. 1,400 acres burned in 84-85, growing programs,including 16 new In other Oct. 21 action,. the commissioners -' j I I adjacent to the county landfill. ,on..
compared .to 219 acres in 83-84. clients. From 300 to 400 acres were : SR-100 near Keystone Heights.
Worst fire was a 650-acre burn near replanted in pines, which is the major
Sampson City. emphasis of his program, Norton --
East Lawtey and the Pleasant said. His goal is to reach 500 acres
Grove sections have been the worst per year with private landowners. e
areas for small fires, said Hannon. Some 210 acres were control burn .
Trouble is from people setting fires, ed, Norton said.
but with one investigator for four STRICKLAND'S WASH
counties it is next to impossible to On Boat Ramp...
catch somebody red-handed, whichis The Game and Fresh Water Fish
what it would take to prosecute, Commission has approved the coun- 411 W. Madison Street Starke
said Hannon. ty's plan for a boat ramp and basinon III II III
Hannon also reminded commis- Cypress Run on the west side of featuring ,,0
sioners the Dept. of Forestry Sampson Lake,said Zoning Director Dry Cleaning s e
operates a am,and L.M. Gaines, who is in charge of the '
said there are currently five trucks project.The Wash, Dry -
leased to Bradford County. Cypress Run project is S
There is also a DOF program fur estimated at 11000. The county has & FoldServices fri ;
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Lunch Menus slaw buiwncutcn wowmes fruit, hot rolls 4 s
Nov. 11-15 milk.Wednesday Beef-vegetable .mile crackers LLJU L:) 11
cheese toast,cookls fruit cup I
Bradford Elem.&Middle School Thursday Whaler on a bun.macaroni cheese, WE wILL
Monday: Hamburger gravy mashed potatoes mixed vegetables, peaches, milk. r BE CLOSED
green peas fruit topped cake,blsculta milk. Friday Spaghetti with meat sauce cheese sits, "
Tuesday. i Barbecue beef on bun, buttered corn garden salad,apple crisp hot rolls milk. Wash Dry & Fold MONDAY
cabbage slaw, peaches cookie milk. NOVEMBER 11
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tlx,garden salad apple crisp hot rolls milk. Monday. Cheeseburgers pizza french fries Services will j Coin Laundrybe To Honor Our
Thursday: Pizza trench fries, green beans O.J., milkshakes t' ServicemenPast
custard,cookie, milk. TuesdaytCorndogs hamburgers, trench fries, attended. }\ Attended
Friday: Beef-vegetable soup, cheese toast applesauce pizza milkshakes. & Present
,brownie,milk.Bradford WednesdayPlua french fries hamburgers, 7 Days a Week
chicken nuggets milkshakes.ThuradaytCorndogs Man.-Fri. 7.7 7 a.m.11 p.m.
french tries, pizza
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High School milkshakes O.J. Saturday 8-6 -< National BankMain
Mondays Hamburger gravy mashed potatoes Friday:Cheeseburgers,french fries pizza,O.J., :
turnip greens applesauce cookie milk cornbread milkshakes.i
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Erika Gruen was crowned 1985 homecoming queen at the Tornado
Whirl last Thursday night,Oct. 31, and was presented to the homecoming
football crowd at halftime Friday night, Nov. 1.
f't'r ,., The Whirl was moved Inside to the BHS auditorium because of. rain.
The 900 capacity auditorium had standing room only, said Deanna
Tomlinson HC chairperson. It was the first time the pre-homecoming
[ / ( festivities have ever had to be moved inside.
14 4/ Friday afternoon's parade was windy but made I it'between the showers.
Crowds of all ages stood along the roads as the 55-unit parade went by.
Friday night the young ladies, class princesses, the queen's court, and
Queen Erika and their fathers had to get their feet muddy to parade
before the packed homecoming crowd. BHS obliged by shutting out the
homecoming foe, Jacksonville's Paxon, 42-0.
I Queen Erika is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke.
J t r Miss Gruen is an honor roll student, captain of the Tornado cheerleaders
I r rJi yRwtj7.) Yhtw for the past three years, is a member of the Spanish Honor Society, was
voted cutest for senior superlatives, and works in the tutorial program at
Starke Elementary. Her favorite subject is science. Erika plans to attend
Santa Fe Community College and then on to the University of Florida,
and is interested in a medical career.
Members of the Queen's Court are: Deanna Tomlinson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson of Starke; Melanie Ponder, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Poncier of Starke; Tricia Lawson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lawson of Starke,and Tammy Dempsey,daughter of Deputy
Sheriff and Mrs. John Dempsey of Starke.
Class princesses are: Junior Princess Vicki Crockrell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Crockrell of Starke, Sophomore Princess is Alision Ivey,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivey of Kingsley Lake, and Freshman
Princess is Susan' Crawford, daughter of Ms. Sandra Crawford and Skip-
py Crawford.
The seniors took first place in the float competition. The juniors were
second, freshmen third, and sophomores fourth.
The seniors also won the skit competition at Tornado Whirl. The
freshmen were second, juniors third, and sophomores fourth.
Turning the tables, the juniors won a hall decorating competition in
..' which each class took a section of BHS hallway to decorate. The freshmen
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witness Bradford High School in
Homecoming Queen were:
', : review as they watched floats g.1 Deanna Tomlinson (front, left).
and decorated vehicles go by. Tammy Dempsey (front, right),
Queen Erika Gruen (center),
Tricia Lawson (rear, right) and
Melanie Poncier (rear, left).
(Left) The flag corps provideda
colorful highlight to the
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... and Ginny Bennett (rear)
leading off.Below .
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I depicted the demise of the Pax
on Eagles with (front) Chris
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(Bottom) The Bradford ROTC
carried Old Glory in procession
during the parade.
Float winners were: seniors-
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third sophomoresfourth.Skit .
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(rear, 1-r) David Thorpe, Sarah Crews' and Jonathon The parade seemed to Incite a lot of community
Rowe as actors.Left participation this year with several businesses enter.
( ) The Bradford Flag Corps had all colors fly. Ing vehicles.
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Veterans Daythe date originally set day should also include a prayera

aside for observance as Armistice prayer that, never again, will our nation _. _._----..., .......
Day, celebrating the end of World War be forced into all-out war. Our Bradford off
men to the in
war 1917 i
U in 1918. should
prayers also be
prayers of young Bradford
Now rededication. America's disabled Gathered at the Starke depot just before departure for military service In Count 1917.la In ns who were registered for
designated the
as Veterans Day in background Is Silas
training Johns
veterans know, better camp during World War I are some of the 1,238 erocerv store, later
honor of those who have served our than anyone the site of Starke Builders Si nnly.

country in all wars, it will be observed else, that freedom can exact a terrible Back in 1917, one before the end'of ed i
across the nation in toll. But they also know that freedom the First World War year, Starke Union County). Lawtey had 116; Lake American coastal city, would bring it I
many different was boasting Butler, 172; Starke, 315 and home to us, and
is too precious value of ; Raiford 161. nothing less startling will
ways. For some Americans it will be a a to ignore; too having the highest flying flag in the Other towns in the county registered arouse many of us to voluntary
dear State personal
of
day of remembrance of loved ones lost a principle to relinquish. They Florida. smaller numbers.In sacrifices for our country.

in combat. For others, it is a time of know that freedom must be carefully On Flag Day in June of that year, a 9x12 an editorial on "Preparedness" The "Not yet, perhaps, but soon, Floridians
nourished American ,
thanksgiving for those who fought faithfully tended, and flag was hoisted atop the City Telegraph said: in common with all Americans, may have
/ zealously guarded if it is to water tower, located at that time at the to eat what they
hohorably in Europe, the Pacific, survive. municipal power plant. "The present week witnessed a want can getnot what they

Korea,.,Vietnam, and elsewhere, and This year, nearly two million In its ceremony impressive and unique in the or to even what they may have the
account of money buybut what
lived to return home. veterans will be the flag-raising history of this nation,if not in the history of they can get. Then
hospitalized in V.A. ceremony, The they will discover to
.... Telegraph said the eleva- the world. Ten million their great surprise
-- menmen in
the
hospitals and care facilities. Millions tion of the ground at this point was 155.975 prime of their that they can get along comfortably with
Veterans Day 1985 takes on renewed more will require V.A. outpatient feet above mean sea level, and the ball of registered for actual youthregardless service in the of race, much less than they have been accustom

meaning,'cOn'ling, as it does, on the treatment. There can be no the flagstaff was 128.458 above ground, World War."From great ed to, that all their lives they have been
threshold of a super-power summit tangible more making a total elevation above sea level of eating more than they needed, more than
expression of the debt we 284.433 feet"Flags this mighty host their
owe a million men- physical systems could assimilate.
meeting that will hopefully be a step them than by visiting them at home or the fittestare to be chosen for the first army They will find that they are better off with
toward lessening the chance of a in the may wave from higher poles, with which the one-third
facilities where they are confin- perhaps, in nation will defend its or one-half less meat than
our they
nuclear war that would be far more ed. A personal demonstration of so low an elevation seaport cities, but they are right to be called a free and independent have ordinarily consumed, and they will
of concern above the
destructive and deadly than all the for their welfare will their heights are less than the sea till be people, and other half millions are apt to improve under the change. They will be
help ours called
news to the colors forced
within the months to other
wars of the world account to changes and reductions
said. "The of
combined! acknowledge the debt owed to each staff, which is an iron follow. diet,and will wonder
of pipe, was in why they are clearer-
throughout all time. those put place by Superintendent
who
sacrificed so much for all of Phillips and fastened to the iron ladder "Not until the world conflict, at present headed and more efficient in spite of it.
this
On .Veterans Day, Americansare usa debt that can never be fully that runs up the side of the water tank. It staged three thousand miles away, shall "And while

asked to remember, and to repaid was a job that few would care to tackle." bring direct and personal results into our fighting lines and the men are going to the

meditate on sacrifices made Veterans It was own lives, will its full meaning dawn not it training camps, would
by the Day takes on added pointed out that the American con- be a good idea for those who
millions flag, "though the vincingly in our souls. The loss of a son or home to stay at
of service men and women significance this the emblem of the youngest prepare themselves by
year as leaders brother
who have worn the the of country, is yet the oldest in the world or friend in the trenches, down at the dining table and training--
uniforms of our two most powerful countries in the all other countries through divisions, as somewhere in France, the appearance of a appetites to meet new subdue" their
country through ten or more wars world prepare to meet at the Geneva additions; have had their flags altered or German warship bombarding an conditions?

since the nation's founding over 200 summit later this month. At present, since the American flag was adopted."

years ago. Veterans Day should be a the atmosphere does not Commenting

day for remembering that America's for any significant agreement seem on hopeful arms ceremony, The Telegraph on the said flag, "The raising im- Forestry in Bradford County
liberty"Mas'p'urtSh'ased blood -+t'' pressiveness was J
by control. Following a meeting with heightened by the fact
sacrifice %'artdXvn-3b?' *.'' that the day was the
?( < offen''bylife'* -SovJefa'feader Gorbachev this one set apart for the
week, registmibn: !
of the
itself.. young men subject to Attend landownerlForester'Meetfng
Secretary of State draft
George Schultz said under the conscript law, and follow
Serving in uniform is a deeply emo- that "serious differences" still remain ing the flag will be a very real action for By David W.Norton -
tional experience. Veterans can never between both sides of this and other some of them." Bradford Co.Forester growing timber, and to explain techniquesto -

forget the acts of courage, and com- issues. After formation at the Red Cross head- ATTENTION help improve YOw.-hmberlanas.
plete dedication quarters, the Boy Scout troop, : Landowners in Bradford Two of the that
marshalled programs definite
witnessed are
by them While County are invited
remembering and honoring by Scoutmaster Ted Halligan to attend the "First An are: ((1) tax incentives for
while in the service their marched nual N.E. Florida forestry,and (2)
of veterans down
country. of past wars next Monday, Call Street to the home of Mr. and Landowner/Forestry growing timber and raising cattle together
They recognize all of the sacrifice that: Americans would do well to pray that Mrs. T.N. Limbaugh, across the street Meeting" on the same tract of land.

has been necessary to keep America leaders of the two super will from the flagstaff. They were followed by The Division of Forestry in cooperation For this get-together,
powers the we also wish to invite
Campfire Girls. with the -
free. They will always remember make The spacious veranda University of FIorida/IFAS
some progress at Geneva toward of the Limbaugh Cooperative any landowners in the neighboring
residence Extension
those who were killed or wounded on preventing a nuclear war that would by members of the Red Cross was occupied area's forest products Service and the counties of Alachua, Putnam and Union. If
the field of battle, and those who victimize a few Chapter and like companies, would you are Interested, please call local
con- not only the men and women prominent men of the city. you to attend this get together. your

while tracted fatal or disabling illnesses in the service, but millions of civilians Dr. A.H. Freeman presented the hand- Make a note on your calendar for Mon Bradford County Forester County,),((964-6280 Florida, ext.Division 219 for of
,defending their country. as well. some American day, Dec. 2 to be
,
flag to Mayor Joe Hill at Austin Cary Memorial Forestry and give him your name and ad-
Williams as a gift from the citizens of Forest for this event at 7 p.m. dress. We will send you a personal invita-

Starke. He, in turn presented it to the tion, a map, and more details about the
Plan for Growth Scouts, who carried it to the foot of the What about food, and what's the program gettogether.If .
I Now tower, where Superintendent Phillips about? The food is undecided as to
hoisted it to the what possible, please let us know by
top as the Campfire girls it will beright now all I can tell you November
sang "The Star Spangled Banner." is that there will be something to eat. 25 so we can make plans for

To Avoid Problems Later Dr. Freeman then introduced There will be four or five guest speakers your arrival.
Judge
J.T.
Wills orator of the day, who entered (15 to 20 minutes per speaker) from the We're expecting a success for the First
,' the Annual N.E. Florida
pergola.Disdaining all university, state, and industry. The program Landowner/Forestry
Over 750 new residents move into for home use could be contaminated sions, the speaker presented hackneyed a host expres of is designed to both interest you in and Meeting welcomed,, Your attendance will be helpful

Florida every day. It is projected that beyond redemption. To continue with original thoughts on the subject of !
the patriotism,
state's population will uncontrolled
increase
by development without the

1.3 million people in the next five years. necessary infrastructure in place to Cow ReferendumIn Letters to the EditorAre

Bradford County is sharing in this support it is to court disaster.
growth, but neither the State other news in that June 8,1917 issue, it I
nor of
its 67 counties any This problem is causing great con- was reported that a petition containing the

what is coming.are prepared. to handle cern in neighboring Alachua County, names of 125 citizens was presented to the Pets the Real Problem.
City Council Pet
where the growth rate is much faster be asking that the cow ordinance -- or Owncsrc

There is a widespread belief, that than in our so-called "rural" county. In freedom amended of the to streets allow between milk cows the Dear Editor:
daylight
growth is great, but unless counties warning of uncontrolled growth, one and dusk, with(empoundment to apply only In the past few weeks we have read
cities, and the State itself concerned citizen after nightfall. After about various
are prepared of Gainesville wrote, a lengthy discussion dog problems in the city,
for it, the' accompanying headaches "Why is it when we turn to land, that it was decided to submit the question to a These problems and more are an every
could outnumber the benefits.If this city behaves in its vote of the citizens on Tuesday,July 3.J.L. day happening in and around the Starke
regulations
if Peek
as )K.H. Shaffer and T.N. Kendrick area. The main cause boils down to ir- i4.wx .+
the future is the land developer is a sacred were appointed of
patterned after the person, managers the election. responsible pet ownership. Every stray,
past, it is certain that the infrastructure different from the rest of us? Let this AA free-roaming underfed, unvaccinated,

needs at the State, city and county kind of (high density) housing wait until At a meeting of the Bradford County and unwanted pet belongs to someone.
levels will sewerage is solved until roads Medical Association 'Everylime another litter of mix-breed
not be met until long after are solved a resolution was is distributed pets.
they have become problems. The needs and until we know what will happen unanimously adopted pledging the problem grows.among our community, the
that to the water table. But members to take care of the practice of
are with us now will be we did not wait!
multiplied any member who might be called Visit our local dumps to find
to
the one
in Thus in
the 1985 this way pet
future is
area
when short front
there will! be $12.5 during the war, turning over to his owners sometimes handle their pet pro- I
dangerous deficiencies in roads, sewer million worth of roads and sewers, and family one-third of the proceeds of his blem. Rather than sterilize the adult

systems, and the treatment no one is sure yet what has happened to practice so long as such member holds a animal, the litters keep coming, many fin-

to supply potabe.| .water' for home necessary and the water table." commission lower in rank than major. fills ding ,new deserted homes on busy highways, land-

business use. : This same writer believes that to save Campbell Attending, the A.II.o'recman mooting were doctors K 1'. neighborhoods, local dumps roads and, other distant out

Mobile homes continue 'to sprout "natural Florida, which is threatened Tomlmson, of Slarke; J.K. ,Mains and J.P.and of the way places. The animals that do survive -
all up by a "plastic Florida" the Sechcr turn wild and live in
over the countyanother of following King I
I since growth most, but''adding mobile to the problems sign must changes come in thought about: followed by action. Springs l-iwlcy; and J.O. Phillips, Worthington areas.toward but also farm They animals can become as well as destructive humans, I

homes
pay no ad they become great disease car i
valorem taxes due to the $25,000 1. Stop treating the earth nothing riers. With so many of our county's own ) l1

homestead exemption.The but a commodity. Bottling Plant MovesTo pets unvaccinated and allowed to roam
New Location freely, diseases now easily controlled

Growth Management Act of 1985 2. Stop building in wetlands and other The June, 1917 issue also announced that be(such out as of rabies hand. parvo, etc.) could one' day ing?the best possible
care of
requires cities and sensitive our pets still
counties to areas. or
write pro DeWitt C. Jones had moved his adding to our
"bottling
visions for capital] .outlays into their 3. Recognize that the basic works"to the building at the northeast cor be The city has very good ordinances, but to Finally,let your Commissioners community' problems.know
conflict'over effective how
comprehensive plans. This is an at- land ner of Madison and Thompson Streets, they must be enforced. That is you feel about our animal
takes
use place between individual after first down up to our police department. The need for problems the
having put a
tempt to keep from ,adding to the a concrete floor has county countywide she'lteVand"'full
$30 no ordinances
but -
billion property rights and the rights and made other alterations. should have a man time well-trained
animal.
deficiency already existing in the of the public, and'decide in each case'which datory rabies ordinance and possibly a And remember, together control person.
state to finance Besides Coca-Cola and Bludwinc leash law we can solve
J needed sewers, water: one should prevail. Jones manufactured several Mr. However, to get our animal problems animal problems. our'
treatment plants, and highways. As of other kinds of really under control we should all
last October },: a total of $1.3 billion Most important of all, of course, is not carhon.iU-d'Mi-graph' "Since beverages. Commented The look In our own back yards to see if we are Lynne Newsome,President
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approved many customers Bradford
to allow use complying with the law and also Humane
development in tak- Society
sewer projects awaited funding. any area until such drinks mostly on account of the gas

Before: they are finally. funded, 'the the necessary infrastructure services they contain, they will be interested to -

ground! water, on which most poonle rely are in place to support the heavier load. know that by a new process, Mr. Jones
forces a double) quantity of gas into the bot SKIN DISORDERS 83 mystery
E---- ..... tles. His trade,already large, Is constantly pWQ s;? out

expanding gus!")" And.. no wonder, with all that Gel' 'fast, free confidential Infor' 86 Why are old age freckles .
dangerous?
motion by calling Tel-Mod and ask '\
ing to have one of' the following 114 Plantar 'warts and moles
172 Acne
Military Census "'\- .' '. tapes played for you Just call 513 Warts and moles
In Bradford (CountyA 964496 or 37S-0007 and ask for 514 Sunshine and

revived January the became the first month in 46 B.C. when the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar A of 1,2m: young men in Bradford the lope by number: 548 Poison Ivy sunburn
calendar. 79
Dandruff -
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County wereriRiMenfl' for military ser lei.Medlssponsor.dbyth.Aux4.
I vice in World War I II(Bradford then inelinl 80 Ringworm iary of Bradford Hospital inc



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Anne Robinson and Robert pearls. Slit carried a cascade of Ivy Side" .d 'I'
George Pierce exchanged wedding gardenias, IIIY-Of-the-valler' and Social l GlubNewt, I Iof
vows stephanotis,
Saturday, Oct. 5. at 4:30: p.m. Collies .
in the First Baptist/ Church in pearls and satin ribbon. ;
Cleveland.Tenn.with Dr.O.Eugene Mrs. Amy Atchley attended her the Church m. .1
Mlms, pastor, performing the sister as matron of honor.
ceremony.The Bridesmaids were Lindsay Cheek of H "
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bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Memphis Tenn., Gwen Linkous of st "'.cfdfft6" .
Richard Edwin Robinson of Cleveland, Tenn. and Lynn Godwin, r *. Receptions
Cleveland Tenn. and the late Mr. sister of the groom of Gainesville. t_!' w ;,,:. .;:,,
Robinson. She is the granddaughter The matron of honor wore a tea !rL Gladys Mooty' garde..
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grandson of Mrs. R.C.Cartwrlghtof dresses worn by the bridesmaidswere
Cleveland Tenn. identical, except for color, the .
Music was presented by David one worn by the matron of honor. Methodists To Celebrate .
Cato, pianist; Nell Rose Ware Bridesmaids' dresses were of ,
organist; and Jann Stephens, Karen burgundy taffeta. Each attendantwore 122nd Homecoming .
Winters and Keith Colloms, all a tear-shaped hat of taffeta to
soloists. match the color of her dress. The
The bride was given in marriage hats featured pearl trim and tulle First United Methodist Church the present more central location at
by her brother Steve Robinson who puff 4 will celebrate homecoming Sunday, the corner of.Walnut and Jefferson
escorted her to an altar arrangedwith Attendants carried small u.1 Nov. 10 with Dr.Durwood McDoneU, streets.
a large tiered candelabra,witha cascades of burgundy and I a former District Superintendent of With the explosion of population
spiral candelabra to either side. liliums alstromeria lilius 1 __ the Gainesville district as the during World War II, -a new
pink JI
Smaller tiered candelabras were white tube roses, stephanotis and lily speaker at the 11 a.m. service. Fellowship Hall as built in 1M2.

placed at each side of the spirals. of) the valley, with clusters of Following the 11 a.m. service a
Central altar decoration was a white pearls and satin ribbon. covered dish dinner will be served in Methodist Christmas
freshly cut arrangement of white The father of the groom served as tlI the Fellowship Hall.
gladiolus and spider Bazaar Nov. 21
chrysan- best man. Groomsmen were Ty Acton Old and new members as well as
themums. Ferns and schefflerasalso of Tampa, Robert Pratt of guests are invited to attend. United Methodist Women will hold
covered the
stage. Starke, Mike Akridge of Tallahassee T its annual Christmas bazaar and
and Jay Godwin brother-in-law of ; soup-chili( : luncheon on Thursday
The bride wore a full length gownof the groom of Gainesville.A : In 1863 the first congregation of Nov.21, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lunch
peau-ganza featuring fitted bodice reception was given for the cou- First United Methodist Church was will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
with beaded motifs of venire lace ple by the bride's mother at organized only six years after The famous or chili luncheonwill
and shirring. Each short puff sleeve Cleveland Country Club, Cleveland, '. Starke was formed. First United be $2.00 which soup will include coffee -
was styled with a double ruffle. The Tenn. Kim Johnson attended the Methodist is the oldest local con- or tea. Sandwich or dessert will
full bouffant skirt was encircled with bride's book. -: gregation In Starke of which there is be 75 cents.
venise lace and fell to a chapel After a wedding trip to St. a record. The first building was a There will be beautiful hand made
length train. Her veil of bridal illusion Thomas, U.S.Virgin Islands, the tiny one-room log building on. gift items,home made jellies jams
was attached to an English couple will reside in Cleveland, ,. Church street. candy, baked goods, plants andCome
ascot hat of venise ,lace and seed Tenn. -- ti. Seeing the importance of placing books.
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the church nearer the center of join the fun; there's
,town, in 1896 the church purchased something for
everyone.
Did You Know ..
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"Y'"' ""'
Mr.and Mrs. J. Roy Chasteen and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ruckdeschelwere INT
I daughter and Mrs. Madge Chasteenof in Grand Blanc, Mich. last RODUCING
Orlando attended the BHS class week visiting their daughter, Clare, ,, .
reunion and visited friends here over who has accepted a position with GinsClassic
the weekend. Thomas Design and Engineering Co. MT'r.. and Mrs. Robert Pierce

Cuts & Styles

I Diana Crawford and Robert Rothwell .. ,
Jr. Wed Oct 25 I'J with our .... I,

GRAND :OPENING
Diana Leigh Crawford and Roger changed under an arch filled with sion which was bordered by mat- parents and parents wedding cakes. .
Dixon Rothwell, Jr. were married in magnolia leaves and baby's breath. ching lace trim. She carried a The couple cut the cake with a SPECIALS! '
a garden ceremony overlooking The archway was further enhancedby cascade of white roses, stephenotisand Civil War saber,which had belongedto
Lake Sante Fe on Friday evening, tiny white lights which freesia arranged on a the bridegroom's great-great Perms *Z5
Including Cut . *
October 25 at 7 p.m. highlighted the dusk setting. background of delicate springeria grandfather. . .
The bride is the daughter of Mr. The bride appeared in an old Following a wedding trip to Orlan-
and Mrs. Neil Crawford and the fashion styled ivory satin gown fern.Following the ceremony, the do where they visited the Magic Haircut & Blowdry .
grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. which featured a fitted bodice com- Bryan's hosted the reception for Kingdom, Epcot and Sea World, the

James T. Lawson, all of Starke and plimented by a sheer yoke sprinkledwith family and friends in their home. couple returned to make their homein Men . . . . 7.00
the bridegroom is the son of tiny seed pearls amidst appli- The bride's table was covered with apink Keystone Heights.
Col.Ret) and Mrs. Roger D. qued lace flowers. The gown table cloth topped with a white The bride a graduate of Bradford t Women. !
Rothwell of Melrose and grandson of featured long sheer sleeves cappedat linen and lace overlay. A three- High School I, is attending Santa Fe .,. . . 10.00
Mrs. Stoyte O. Ross of Jacksonvilleand the bodice by a lace ruffle. The tiered wedding cake, made and Community College and is employedby -
the late Brig. Gen. Stoyte O. full skirt featured a two layered ruffle decorated in pink icing by Janice Florida Federal Savings and 964.6777
lace the Geotzman centered the table and Loan in
Ross. of corresponding at Keystone Heights
The ceremony, conducted by hemline and a formal Chapel length was flanked by two tall silver. The bridegroom, a graduate of 486 N. Temple Ave. Hours:
Adm. Wychffe D. Toole, Jr., was train. candlesticks with burning tapers. Warner Robins High School, Suite A Tues. Sat. 9-5 '
held at the home of Mr.and Mrs.JoeE. Her headpiece was complimentedby Topping the cake were bride and Georgia, is also attending Santa Fe
Bryan. The nuptial vows were ex- tiny seed pearls and veil of illu- groom figurines which had previously Community College and is employedby Starke, Florida Evenings by
topped the bridegroom grand- Bryan's Ace Hardware in (Across street from BHS) Appointment

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Katharine Peek Junior Woman's Club KimbleBristowTo

Richard Long To Have Conservation Wed Nov. 23
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Marry Oct. 16 Program Nov. 11 Mary Frances Kimble and EugeneJ.
Bristow their '
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair L. Peek, Jr. Dave Norton will speak on Conser- announce engage-
ment and approaching marriage,set
announce the marriage of their vation at the Junior Woman's Club =}
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for Saturday, Nov. 23, in the St.
daughter, Katharine Elise, to meeting Monday, Nov. 11, at 7:30: ( James A.M.E. Church at 700 S.W. .,,- ,.
Richard William The mar-
Long. 2nd St. in Lake Butler. Ir
solemnized in Tallahasseeon p.m.Hostesses will be Christie Torode
riage was ,
The ceremony is set to begin at 3
Oct. 16. Evelyn Chastain, Tina McRae and A reception will follow in the -
is the of Mrs. Emma p.m.
Mr. Long son Tracey Torode. Lakeside Community Center in Lake
Long of Jacksonville and the late Butler.

Seeber Long. All friends and relatives of the
Woman's Club
Starke
Mrs.Long is a senior management
couple are invited to attend. No local :
analyst in the Florida Department of To Meet Nov. 13
'
Labor and Mr. Long is self- invitations are being sent. 1 > } .
employed in the refrigeration and Mrs. W. J. Spengler, Public Af- r
air-conditioning business. fairs Chairman of the Woman's Clubof } i
The couple are residing at 5083 Starke, has announced that Cliff rr
Easy Street in Tallahassee. Chapman, director of Bradford
County's Emergency Services and Cub Scout Meeting

Presby. Lunch BunchTo Fire the Chief Nov.Dwayne 13 Hardy noon will luncheon-speakat Tuesday, Nov. 12

Meet Nov. 8 meeting of the club. A Cub Scout meeting will be held .
Assisting Mrs. Spengler will be Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the r
The Lunch Bunch will hold Mrs. J. D. Warren, Mrs. W. T.' Starke Elementary Cafeterium for
their covered dish lunch Friday, Reeder,Mrs. L. Crews,Mrs. H. Her- ages 8 to 10.Registration. \\
Nov. 8, at 12 noon at the res, Mrs. R. Ward, Mrs. R. Renfro, is $3.00 for boys and p'
Presbyterian Church. Mrs. G.B.Spry, Mrs.J. Shaffer,Mrs.F. $5.00 for adults.
Father Gilbert Crosby of St.Markswill A. Siddons, Mrs. W V. Sikes and (- .
be guest speaker.The Mrs. E. Cowan.
public is invited to attend.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe .



City of Starke is considering applying tOthe, Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) 1

for a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to $575,000. These funds must

be used for one of the following purposes: '

1 1. To benefit low and moderate Income persons; or

2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or .

3. To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because existing

conditions pose a serious l and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community and I VETER4N DAY

where other financial resources are not available to meet such needs. I


The category of activities for which these funds may be used are In the areas of housing and :

neighborhood revitalization and include such physical Improvement activities as housing rehabilitation

clearance, water and sewer Improvements,' street Improvements, drainage, and 1985. We Will be CLOSEDSat.

neighborhood facilities. Additional Information regarding the range of. activities.that may be under-

taken will be provided at the public hearing. Nov. 9 and Mon. Nov. 11

For each activity that Is proposed, at least 51 % of the fund must benefit low and moderate Income :
persons.In in honor of all the service men & women that have


served their in the U.S. Armed
country Forces.
developing an application for submission DCA, the City of Starke must plan' to minimize .

displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the, City. of Starke Is required We are proud'to be in a country where people take their freedom

to develop a plan to assist displaced persons. serious enough to make the sacrifice to defend it.


The public hearing to receive citizens views concerning the community's housing and community ,

development needs will be held In the Commission meeting room, City Hall, on November 19. 1985 I COMMUNITY STATE BANK .

at 7:30: p.m. To obtain additional information concerning the public hearing contact: Mr Neil Tucker, T ,

City Clerk City Hall, at ((904))9645027. I BRADFORD SQUARE STARKE '

Member FDIC 964-7830: .


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Dorminey Donald Jackson, Jr.


Wed,Aug. 24 in Calvary- Baptist ChurchDonna RAWSOMS DOOBMANUFACTURER'S


Lynn Dorminey, daughterof I
Mr. and Mrs. J.W.Dorminey of
Hampton and Donald E. JackSon
Jr." son of Mr. and Mrs. DenaIJJackson
Sr. of Raiford were unitedin
marriage Aug. 24, at 4 p.m. In I JCOLIPONS
Calvary Baptist Church with Rev.
tials.Benny Beckum performing the nup-

Centering the of altar flowers was against a pink arrangement a GOOD 7 DAYS A WEEK!

background of two spiral PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS. NOV. 7 THRU
WED. NOV.
13
1985.
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
candelabras and one arch TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
candelabra. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.

Providing a program of nuptial
music were Vicki Thomas and Greg

Alvarez Alvarez Michael,,pianist.Jackson soloists,served and Jimmy as best *p1 11 11Mr. BE SURE TO LOOK FOR YOUR

man. Ushers were Andy Chaff, Jeff
Clemons and Dexter O'Steen.

Julie honor.Dorminey She wore attended a lavender as dress maidof COUNTRY COOKING INSERT

with V-neckline, puffed sleeves with
the skirt fashioned short in front and and Mrs. Donald JacksonJr.
long in back.Attendants. IN YOUR LOCAL
were Karan Elixson, reception hall where several arrangements NEWSPAPER
Bridget Skeen and Mrs. Dexter of white, lavender and
O'Steen. Their gowns were fashioned pink silk flowers were placed at
similar to the honor attendant ex- points of interest. Mrs. Dorminey
cept in pink. All the girls carried greeted the guests at the door.
lavender and pink silk flower ar The brides table was covered with
rangements. pink lace cloth and centered with a iiP'
Christen O'Steen served as flower three tier wedding cake attached to 11111\1
girl.Given four smaller cakes. Mrs. Gene Dor- .
in marriage by her mother miney cut the cake. ,
and father, the bride wore white The punch table,also covered witha
traditional wedding gown with pink lace cloth was centered with a
square neck, long lace sieves that crystal punch bowl.
tapered at the wrists and fitted Mrs. Bud Clemons was director.
bodice. The skirt,accented with lace Following a wedding trip the cou-
ruffles terminated with a three foot ple is residing in Hampton.The
train. Her small hat made with mat- bride, a 1985 graduate of i
ching material was highlighted with Bradford High School is employed at
pearlized flowers and secured her the Bradford County School Board 111 1 tLLk
waist length veil of illusion.She car- office.
ried a bouquet of white silk flowers The groom is a graduate of Union '
mixed with lavender and pink High School and is employed at the I Ib
flowers.A Reception and Medical Center in 4
reception was held in the church Raiford. \ n

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Public Education Successful in AmericaHere I .- ,


are some national figures on The top 5 percent of the U.S.
U.S. Public Education to help us school population is as skillful as the
understand the accomplishments of top 5 percent from any nation in the ,
our American public schools: world.
Some 80 percent of our young people The 22nd International J ltL WA
currently graduate from high Mathematics Olympiad, held in
school and 65 percent of these 1981, included competing teams
graduates then attend college. Fifty from 27 nations. The eightmemberU.S.
percent of entering college students team placed first.
graduate. In England, only about 20 .In 1970, 58,000 high school
percent of youth graduate from high students took Advanced Placement
school. Exams for college credit. In 1980,
Enrollment in colleges and 134,000 high school students took '
universities rose from 6 million in those exams-although fewer I
1966 to 12 million in 1981. /students were enrolled in high ,
oOf every 1,000 fifth graders in school.
1947, fifty-five percent graduatedfrom Standarized tests show that to-
high school and 28 percent day's elementary school students
entered college. Compare that with read better than did their counter- ,
current figures that show that of parts tested in 1960.'Handicapped. .
every 1,000 fifth graders in 1970.,74, youngsters in the
percent graduated from high schoolin U.S. have more education geared to
1977 and 43 percent entered col- their special needs than handicapped -
lege. youngsters in any other nation.
U.S. schools enroll a far higher The U.S.produced the worl's first
percentage of the nations; school astronauts to set foot on the moon;
are youngsters that any other coun- 23 of the first 25 astronauts assignedto
try except Japan. France enrolls 51 lunar missions were U.S. public
percent on a full time basis; Ger- school graduates.
many, 51 percent; Great Britain, 44 Presented by: Alpha Nu Chapterof
percent: Italy, 40 percent.AtlNDUNCI. Mu State, Delta Kappa Gamma -

RhodenYoungTo r- BANQUET


G Wed November 16 ftDINNERS

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhoden of
Amanda Carrie Alvarez Macclenny announce the engage-
Leavy and Cindy Alvarez an- ment and approaching marriage of CHICKEN, TURKEY, SALISBURY,
nounce the birth' of a daughter, their daughter, Judy Diane, to Ran- MEATLOAF ITALIAN, BEANS & FRANKS
Amanda Carrie, born Nov. 2 in Baptist dall David Young, son of Mr. Irving OR VEAL PARMESAN
Memorial Hospital. She joins a Young of Hampton and Ms. Ann
brother, Leavy Junior Alvarez. Young of Starke.
Maternal grandmother is Mildred The wedding is planned for Satur-
Tetstone. Maternal great grand- day, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pine
parents were Carrie and Lacy Ed- Grove Congregational Methodist
wards, deceased. Church in Raiford.All .
Paternal grandparents are friends and relatives are in-
Carolyn of Tennessee and Leavy vited to attend.American.

Alvarez, Jr., deceased Paternal 11-02 PKGFROZEN
great grandparents are Gladys of LegionTo
Pensacola and Leavy Alvarez, Meet Nov. 12
deceased.
The regular meeting of the
American Legion will be held on
Pine Level BaptistTo Nov. 12 at the Legion Post on Ed-
Observe Homecoming wards road at 7 p,m.
President Toni Coss points out that
Homecoming services and "Old November is"Membership Month".
Fashioned Day" will be observed at Membership is open to any qualified BANQUETOZ BANQUET
Pine Level Baptist Church on Sun- Woman. Membership chairpersonsare FROZEN VARIOUS SIZES
day,Nov.10. An old fashioned theme Mary Brown and Violet Crosby. LIGHT & ELEGANT
will be carried out in all of the ser- The Auxiliary is currently) making POT PIES 5, C
vices. There will be old fashioned lap robes for hospitilized Veterans. TURKEY, CHICKEN 8 9 DINNERSMACARONI
BEEF
singing by the congregation and Anyone wishing to donate cotton OR MACARONI
special musical groups, old fashioned and-or flannel material may do so by & CHEESE & CHEESE $1149
preaching and old fashioned"din- telephoning Pres. Toni Coss at LASAGNA OR SPAGHETTI
ner on the grounds" following the 964-6364. WITH MEAT SAUCE
morning service.All Mid-winter conference of the BANQUET VARIOUS SIZES
members, former membersand American Legion Auxiliary is to be
friends of Pine Level are invitedto held Nov. 23-24 at the Holiday Inn COOKING BAGS
attend these special services.Sun- Surfside at Daytona Beach. BANQUETCHICKEN
CHICKEN .
A LA KING 9-OZ FROZEN
.
.
day school begins at 10 a.m., morn-
Ing worship at 11 a.m..and evening Retirees Hold TURKEY BEEF, CHIPPED BEEF, 2/8 9.
ORSALISBURY
worship at 6 p.m.
Pine Level Baptist Church is 14th Reunion STEAK $ 19
located 3 miles west of Starke on 122 retirees from The Florida PLATTERBAN ]
Highway 100. Department of Corrections held
REGULAR OR HOT N' SPICY
their 14th annual get-together at the UET
Officer's Training Building at Union VARIOUS SIZES .
Teresa Bassett Celebrates13th
EXTRA HELPING .
Correctional Institution at Raifordon
BirthdayMr. Saturday, Nov.2. BANQUET!
and Mrs. Sam Bassett gave a Jim Bridges and daughter, Mrs. DINNERSCHICKEN $ fl69 12-OZ FROZEN
birthday party at their home on Evelyn Lyles of Thomasville, Ala. SALISBURY/ CHICKEN
traveled the distance.
longest
Street Oct.26
Lafayette on honoring MUSHROOM
their daughter, Teresa Kay, who. The food was prepared and served GRAVY, TURKEY NUGGETS
was celebrating her 13th birthday. by Mrs. Oleeta Hardenbrook
The Big Bird theme was carriedout Thanks are extended to Supt. Tom
in the party decorations. Barton and his staff members for BANQUETFRIED CHEDDAR OR HOT N' SPICY
Multicolored streamers and balls their assistance in making the get- 32-OZ FROZEN
were hung throughout the party together a most joyful occasion.
rooms along with multi-colored
balloons. The gifts were placed Gospel Sing. Fish Fry BANQUET 32-OZ FROZEN
around the fireplace with Big Bird New River New Cong. CHICKEN S299 ENTREE
mantel
over the holding an inscription
of "Happy Birthday Teresa" Methodist ChurchNew REGULAR OR HOT N'SPICY DINNERS $ 49
The refreshment taBle was River' New Congregational |
covered with Bird cloth and TURKEY &
a Big Methodist Church will have a gospel, GRAVY, SALISBURY,
centered with Bird cake. Hot
and refreshments a Big servedto ling and fish fry Saturday, Nov. 16, NOODLES/BEEF
dogs were with the fish fry starting at 5 p.m.
the 45 guests. and the sing at 7 p.m.
VCR movies were enjoyed by all. Featured at the Sing will be The
Co-hosts for the occasion were Mr. Cavaliers The New and The
Spirits
and Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook,and Gospel Sounds. STARKE: 430 WEST MADISON STREETPage
Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt The public is invited to attend.

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Did You KnowMrs. -


Lois Bennett spent the Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons
weekend In Jacksonville with her of New Orleans spent Thursday to
grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday at their cottage at Kingsley
Gregory Moore and Miss Athena Lake and attended the BHS 20th
Moore of Salisbury N.C. They attended class reunion.They will also return
Who the wedding of Harry this coming weekend to attend the
always" Bowen.II and Rhonda Maury at the Florida-Georgia game. Also here
gives Mayport Chapel. On Monday they will be Mr. and Mrs. David
joined Gregory aboard the USS Mendenhall and family of Atlanta to
Underwood for a cruise and picnic visit her parents,Mr.and Mrs.J.
for Navy dependents.Mr. E. Hardy: and attend the game.


Top Valtlle and Mrs. Ogden Bates of EARLY MARKDOWNSON SWEATERS

Stamps Jacksonville spent the weekend with Leila's Dr...Shop.Brad.Sq.
FSP Mrs.reunion.Peggy Shaller and attended the

Mr.and Mrs.James B.Talley III
and children of Athens Ga. visitedhis
,
Oct. 29 Bridge Club
results are Duplicate: first Ida Shaw and mother, Mrs. Louise Talley over
the weekend and attended the 1965
and low
Evelyn : second Tom Ro-
prices wand Griffin'k Burnette; third class reunion. On Sunday they
Marjorie Thomson and Lucile visited Mr.and Mrs. Tommy Talley
Green. in Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy and
Early MorkdowniOn
Sw.atr. Mrs. M. R. Judd visited Mr. and
Mrs. John Stringer and in
LEILA'S DRESS SHOP.Brad. family
everydllay0I Sq.
Pleasant Hill Ala. Thursday to
Saturday and attended the UF-

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown of Auburn game.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Wilson of Providence attended the
Trane dealors meeting at the Mrs. Millie Starling and Mrs. Lois
Sheraton Hotel in Jacksonville Bennett spent Oct. 9-21 visiting the
Saturday night. W.C.Moore family in Salisbury,
N.C., sight seeing in the Smoky
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams of Mountains and visiting relatives in
Palatka were Sunday visitors of Mr. Cookeville and Lebanon,Tenn.They
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. visited their home town of Monterey
where, their old house is being
Mrs. W. B. Mundy visited her restored and will be listed in the Na-
daughter Dr. Jean Mundy in tional Register of Historical

_I Tallahassee Sunday to Tuesday. Buildings.


The George Pierces Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cost

.1 I Host Rehearsal Dinner Honored at ReceptionOn

and Saturday night, Nov. 2, Frank
Judge Mrs. George H. Pierce
.1II
Anthony Coss and Joanna Day of
dinner
gave a party Friday night,
I Oct. 4, for their son, Robert and his Bath, England!: who were marriedon
II fiancee, Molly Robinson in the August 31 in Woodbridge,
1 Cathedral Room at the Chalet England,were honored with a reception
Restaurant in Cleveland, Tenn. given by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Coss.
rehearsal.The following. the couple's wedding The buffet supper was held at the
SUPEblALUDon't American Legion social hall and was
tables covered
U-shaped were attended by relatives and friends of
with white linen cloths. The head
I
the couple.Among special guests at-
table was centered with
an arrange- tending Mrs. Minnie Coss,
were
1I ment of fresh flowers in the bride's
chosen colors. grandmother of the groom.
I The head dining table was covered
During the dinner the
groom
with a white lace cloth. It was
presented gifts to his groomsmen.
centered with a quintuple
Attending the immediate
were
candelabra holding blue-lighted
families and
wedding party. candles and encircled with daisies
and greenery. The two-tiered wedding
cake was made by the groom's
sister, Mrs. Mary Bott. Cake was
Hampton Hilites served by her children, Christopherand

let : tell that By Dolores Meng Rhiannon.
anyone you Phone 468-1915 After Nov. 25 Airman and Mrs.
Hampton Lake Area Coss will be living in Arkansas
Great Vacation where he is assigned to BlythevilleAir
can't have] both! Mrs. Mabel Nessmith is home Force Base as a Senior Airman
you again following an 8-day vacation to with the Security Police.
Georgia, Tennessee and Carolina

states. Mr. and Mrs. Coss
She accompanied Mrs.Melba Con-
"" i dor and,Mrs.Jean Tripp of Keystone Attend Birthday

NATURALLY, WE KNOW ONE OF THE BIG 'REASONS FOLKS KEEP ON SHOPPING' T visited Heights the to former Memphis home where of Elvis they Celebra tion

OUR STORES. .LOW PRICES. PRICES JUST AS LOW AS OUR BIG VOLUME BUYING Presley at Graceland. They saw his Mr.and Mrs.Richard Coss returned -
CAN MAKE THEM. .NOT ON A FEW FEATURED ITEMS, BUT ON EVERYTHING THROUGHOUT airplanes, ornate cars and beautiful home last week from

OUR STORES! TOP VALUE STAMPS ARE SIMPLY OUR WAY OF SAYING "THANKS FOR YOUR mansion with his .museum and Brookhaven, Pennsylvania where

BUSINESS". SHOP AND COMPARE. PROVE TO YOUR OWN SATISFACTION THAT YOU ALWAYS gorgeous Nashville furnishings.In they enjoyed the they celebration attended of!:her the mother 90th, Mrs.birthday An-

GET TOP VALUE STAMPS PLUS ROCK-BOTTOM: PRICES AT OUR STORES. entertainment of the Grand Ole toinette Klein.
Opry and Opryland. They also Prior to that celebration they
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toured the Opryland Hotel there. greeted their son, Frank, and his
II They dined at the famous bride, Joanna, who had arrived at
II Crosseyed Cricket Restaurant near Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C.,
Oak Ridge in Lenoir City, Tenn. from the Royal Air Force Base in
Extra "Mighty good food," Mabel said. Woodbridge, England.
11 roo Extra 11 SOD They drove on to Ashville, S.C., Their family reunion was held at
and stayed two days and nights at the home of Mrs.Dorothy Starzinskl
the Pisgah View Ranch at Candler. in West Chester, Pa. They also
' Top Value StampsWITH 'u 1 s Top Value, Stamps s s The home cooked family style meals visited Mr. and Mrs.Paul Bobbin of
there were worth the drive, too. Baltimore, Md.
The scenery along the way was Among the highlights of their trip
S40 OR MORE WITH $20 OR MORE lovely with fall colors, especially in was a visit to Atlantic City.

(AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE ; (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE Parkway.the vicinity The of entire the trip Blue was Ridge most

REDEEMABLE AT RAWSONS REDEEMABLE AT RAWSONS enjoyable for all of them. Brownie PartyOn
Oct. 26 ten girls from Brownie
SUPER VALU. SUPER VALU. Mrs.Visitors Beverly Wanner and son Jeffrey Troop 161 enjoyed a halloween partyat

GOOD THROUGH WEONESDAV. NOVEMBER 13. 1985 GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13. 1903 of Orlando and Mrs.Joyce Kentof the home of April Scoggins,
ss Orange Park spent the weekend daughter of Randy and Sallye Scog-
r with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. gins.
_.I, I Paul and other relatives and They came in pretty and scarey
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friends nearby. costumes and played a variety of
games. They enjoyed the weiner
USE BOTH COUPONS .WITH $60.010 OR MORE PURCHASE AND E.W.Gators and Win Lucy Again Hodges drove to roast and other refreshments.Mrs. .
where Vicki Crews and Mrs. Judy
Auburn, Ala., on Saturday
they cheered the Gators on to vic- Archey helped Randy and Sallye
Auburn football team. with the party.
tory over the
TOP VALUE They enjoyed their trip very much.
Christie Celebrates
GET 1 Christina Meng celebrated her
St. Edward's
500 News
STAMPS third birthday on Sunday at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bazaar PrizewinnersThe
Kevin Meng. Parish Bazaar conducted by
The little ones enjoyed the pony St. Edward's Catholic Church on
/ v. / .... cart rides with Snuffy doing the pull- Friday Nov. 1 was well attendedand
ing and Kevin the driving. They enjoyable.Winning .
/ 1 scrambled for candy when one of the prizes at the Bazaar were
j; YOU ARE REALLY strong boys demolished the pinata. Mary Gissy who won the hand-
They all liked the carousel cake crafted doll house made by Bill
THIS WEEK'S THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL made by Patti and the ice cream and Oschger. Dr. Leonard Schlofman
TECH FLAV-O-RITE cold drinks along with it. Relativesand won the pair of pillows made by
SMART WHEN friends came from Leesburgand JJuriel Gilhooly. Harriet Conrad of
FRUIT LONG GRAIN Gainesville. Island Grove won the Marcie
Other Birthdays Christmas doll made by Sophie
COCKTAIL RICE ll/l--Stacey McGregor; Kimutis. Matt Potty won $100 cash;
YOU SAVE 11/2-Denise Williams; 11/3-Karrie the twelve-pound turkeys wer won
Lee Andy Redding and Maggie by Therese Aston and Sara Swiet-
C Holloway; ll/4--Johnatnon nicki.
17-OZ 2 L8 gc Woodard, Mabel Nessmith and Med- St. Edward's Parishioners ap-
CAN TOP VALUE STAMPS PKG ford Connelly; ll/S--Evelyn preciate the help of all community
WITH ONI FILLED TOP VALUE CASH WITH Vaughan; ll/6-Billy Jordan and members who made this Bazaar a
SAVING SPECIAL CERTIFICATE 0000 SAVING ONE SPECIAL FILLED CERTIFICATE TOP VALUE CASH GOOD Gerald Brown; 11/7-Mark Parado; success.
THRU WED. NOV. 13. 1915 THRU WEO NOV 13, 19M _J ll/9--Matthew Dyal.!
Hampton Elementary School
Successful Carnival
/ 1 ., The annual Halloween carnival
held at the school Saturday night Marriage Vows Renewed
1 I s 1 e 1 o was enjoyable and financially suc During the Saturday evening Masson
cessful. Nov. 2, Father Joseph Finlay officiated -
Student prizewinners were Beth at the special service when
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! THIS.WEEK'S Kennan, 5th grader, who won Paul the marriage vows were renewed. This
SPECIAL girls bicycle, kindergartener
was in celebration of the 40th Wed-
"FRESHMUSHROOMS SUNNYLAND FLAVORITEiCRANBERRY Phillips won the boys bicycle. Other ding Anniversary of Rudy and Kitty
SLICED prize winners were Ian Marney who Chism which occured on Oct. 24 and
won the boots valued at$40.WinningS the 38th Anniversary of Mike and
$ gift certificates were Nicki Nut-
BACON Betty Daziiuki on Oct. 4.
SAUCE ter, Tori Hersey, David Feezell and The wedding rings of the couples

8-OZ 29c. 12-OZ 79c the Cordell Kindergarten Macaw was class.the lucky win- were Following blessed the service by Father each coupewas

PKQ PKG 16.0Z 9 ner of the$100 given away at the car- presented with heart shaped
nival Saturday night.
cakes by Mrs. Dorothy Rife. The
CAN The PTA appreciates the cooperation
cakes were made and decorated by
WITH ONI FILLED TOP VALUE CASH WITH ONE FILLED TOP VALUE CASH
SAVING SPECIAL CERTIFICATE' 0000 SAVING SPECIAL CERTIFICATE, 0000 WITH ONE FILLED TOP VALUE CASH and help of those parents and her daughter. Mrs. Zita Shuford.
.
NOV. ". 1t J THRU SAVING in to > .
THRU WilD. WEO NOV. M.: 1"5. SI'tCIAL! ClfllTl'ICATI.000 anyone who helped any way
THRU WilD. NOV. 13, ,..,. make the carnival successful.



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Iii Lie'Council Says Garbage Pickup to Remain :Free of Charge \ II


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I' There 'won't: be'a."garbage fee in "Wilkerson suggested the council donV! Bills Questioned... The chlorinator injector purchasehad presented the council with some Community Action Task Force plug-
I Lawtey anytime soon, the City Commission skier charge for trash pickup, but Lawtey is In pretty good financial been approved at the October $1,800 wort Ji of purchases, including ging for a Community DevelopmentBlock
i said Monday night, Nov. 4i the suggestion was brushed aside. shape but that didn't. meeting at the request of water two new a' ir masks, about $700 each Grant, that Lawtey has the se-
stop veteran
"Ever since I've been a memberof It might come to that, but a gar-\ councLlman Marvin Rosier from' department operator Dale Smith. and a new, I'' -inch nozzle for a fire cond best fire department in the
this council we've! tried to give the bage charge should be delayed as i\\ questioning two bills totaling $1,291 Okay, said Commissioner Rosier hose whicl! It will pump 95 gallons of county. Starke, of course, has the
people as much as possible in ser long as possible, said Mayor Laura for repairs in the water system. after Commissioner Scott explainedthe water a m mute best fire department, but Lawtey is
vices," Commissioner Marvin Harris. Then came Rosier's state- \ One bill was for for situation.The "Is that gold or platinum," asked second "...and this man has been
a new injector
Rosier. The statement was promoted 'ment about providing as many services the chlorinator in the town's water council decided, however, to Commi ssii, oner Rosier, about the nozzle responsible for a lot of it."
by Commissioner Robert Scott s as possible to residents at the ,system, the other for rewiring the delay purchase of an automatic swit- The c :ouncil approved the bills As long as, everybody is braggingon
announcement'' that -neither tree least cost pumphouse after the wiring shorted cher which would switch' from one for the pu rchases to be passed onto everybody, Lawtey has the best
limbs nor any 'other..trash, except out and burned. Apparently a wire chlorine container to the second the Brad! lord County Commission garbage collector, said garbage collector -
household garbage, can be taken to Clerk Lucille Shuford added that was rubbing against metal, said automatically At present, the plant for pa ymq ;nt from monies budgetedto Bud Barber, pointing out he
the city's landfill. Only household Lawtey is in "pretty good financial Commissioner Robert Scott, who is operator must be present to make the Lav vtey Fire Department. doesn't take a holiday. That's
garbage is now accepted. shape.. We don't Increase in charge of the Water Departmentthis the switch; Them ommissioner Rosier told because Barber refuses to take a
I Commission candidate; Leon charges! : until we have tot" year. Then Fire Chief Bill Crouse the crowd, ed meeting room, full of a holiday and collect the next day,
\ pointed out Commissioner II.W.
(Buster)' Bennett.

\ .2nd BIG WEEK '


t Clerk Candidate .I
Backs Out of Race... '
.. ...."., ',1.I"" The council agreed at Clerk
'
,
.;Ij. Lucille Shuford's suggestion that someone
.
ie I ?, ,. .. be hired as assistant! clerk.

\ The former assistant clerk, Bar-
i bara (Mrs. J.S) Waters has movedto
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE '' Georgia, leaving the job. Mrs.
Diane Wilkerson, who qualified to
run for the clerk's post, has since
Sale prices good thru Sat, Nov. 9th. taken a job for which she had applied -
for and has said she doesn't
want the clerk's post.


Come Ina pick-up our Nature Made Vitamin sale droibr That means the other qualifer for
and save on vitamins for your family.We're the clerk's job, AI Anderson, 26, will
be the new city clerk. Anderson is
currently working in Mrs. Waters'
la" place to learn the duties of the clerk
with sale In aisle. ,
celebrating Items every 'f'M and how the office works. Andersonis
interested, and is trying to learn
the clerk's duties,Mrs. Shuford said.
1 fa

( m j But, the clerk said and the council
x AaI' agreed, Anderson will need an assis-
tant. The city needs somebody who
knows a little bookkeeping and can
type, said Mayor Harris. The coun-
I e / I 'I 1 I I' I II cil agreed to advertise for an assis-
tant clerk.
I 1 1 1 I 1 w, ,,, .n 1 I 1 I :
Mrs. Shuford and CommissionerRosier
are retiring from the councilas
of Dec 31 at the end of their cur-
rent terms. Shuford has 12 years as
: clerk, Rosier 14 years!; on the,council.

Wayne Massey is challenging
: veteran Buster Bennett for his
Group 5 council seat. Willie Strong
and Leon Wilkerson are running for
Rosier's Group 1 post. The electionis
LtLI Dec. 3.Housing.
.-w ,

Grant... .
/Y.J/M(wMF ixwlAnrrWCorot. Lawtey is again applying for a
$500,000 Community DevelopmentBlock
Grant. The city council has re-
? -1 tained Fred Fox Enterprises of
AIch Formula 'BLUSH ON' ... Palatka to write the application to
'Love-Pat' ..,* ...
the state Department of Community

4 49 '::=: JlIiIMMuY, 1.39, 69! ( v ff', I .. .Affairs.'' A CommunityAction, [.. Task Force: |lu.,.", sill.

Revwru of Lawtey citizens voted Monday r-,,"+eq
I' wlsR REKJUZIT, ftenuzitADIUSTABIE; night to seek a grant to improve
SMFfGEEAISSNNNII! Ah1ER lAUNDRY SOL III AIR housing in Lawtey's most blightedarea
E
DmlCENT FRi SHINE* the Sam
"ol. Monlunnnp Brown quarters in
StOl. IT MS
MsNwp southeast Lawtey, the area around4th
13.99j Mltk ,. ....,. Touch and 5th Streets and between
GGlow SR-225 and Brown Lane.

REVLON' S Harold Jones, tne fox represent
]QUID PAPER tative, explained the Task Force
could have chosen to seek

? ; 2 5 % OFF REVLON 194.95 MflXE-UP to 9.50 Choose n4e than neighborhood housing. The revitalization choice would rather be to

( lEG PRICE from powder, liquid, and, blush. 77CD fix and up add 20 houses drainage or to and redo road 14 houses work,

Jones said. The citizens, when told
NTA A1 ri uovJt that up to 35 percent of the grant
"
Nfy .PIII".1"llI.f monies could be used for drainageand
roads in front of the houses,
n voted for housing.
Sun DEODORANTS come: smlE ENTIRI STOCK OF uluD _
rae e
bI rou M 1.25.01, SOLID 2 49, COLD CAPSULES f o KORDri Lawtey has applied, without success -
2-01 a Nm F9S/NAl1T MEN OF 10 t TRASH RAGS three times for a Community
1.01.21TFEf UrS 2 Off Reg-1.19 to 479 Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Jones said the target areas need to
a IPRt ,3IIV be cut down, and need to be made up
eo,:; iA1r of 100 percent of families of lower in-

.347 wlM SUNS 6 8 8"LADIES''1MB FORNNESUEYe n come.Last year the Dept. of Community

EEGMMAIFnA9 SPORT TOFu Affairs received 200 applications forCDBG's
3 97' I... 9.99 rUJ
and made 34 awards. It is
.101:71":1 very competitive, Jones said. Application -
: deadline is Dec. 23. The
UITUVITI.umVlUUlnl awards will be made in February.The .
r- Task Force members are
MISS CUIROLCREMC .Dims 15D' 811'. ASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE Rev. Henry Hudson, Forrest Wig
2 5 FORMUU ICJI1U OF 3 97 FIGURE ASSORTHERT 9 NEUESTERASSOAIMEENT gins, Mrs. J. W Barber, J.W. (Bud)
MIR COLORING ,,,, ri BATTLE BONES RIO. S.99 Barber, Commissioner Robert Scott,
Selection may vaiy < ., CARRY CASE '11 Mayor Laura Harris, Commissioner

Emmett Bright, Mrs. Ed Melton,
Mrs. Bertha Johnson, and Rev.
James T. Thompkins, pastor of First
TOUR CNOKIHOTU United Methodist Church in Lawtey.In .
1 00 HAYING 38 BBKOUIn..it
CARDS Jumbo, -IM other action, the Lawtey coun-
Poker, or PinochJ*.
RlJ. M99
1.99C cil:: ,I

INSER RDIMSSSORNfNf Approved street for
JOHNSOII'S IAIY i a light
SfWII'OO11oz.I lito Truman Road at the request of Leon
Insect conrea
m6at Wilkerson. Commissioners Scott and
TOUR CHOICE Bennett said it was dark there.
5 TJ A/ML 1II11.ETStamI O. 100 2 49 ENEICIZER"M"
,. e Of "AAA"RATTERIES Were reminded by Bud Barber to
Q 4MCKYOUX give Christmas bonuses this year.
The council forgot last year. The
noy, --- council voted on a motion by Com-
missioner Rosier to give bonuses
tea- NOdacolor ,v> this year.

7c Ip y1 D D + Were told by Commissioner Scott
I u that work will begin on running a
: water line looped behind the Watts
IE"IIInN home and back to US-301. Pipe for
that 4-inch line will cost 67 cents per
1 CHOICE linear foot, said CommissionerScott.
29.99 X.Logs. ,_ Pipe for the 6 inch line to the
12" BUCX WHITE TELEVISIONS Beg. 74.99 510 KfMN COLON
: OAIROL KINDNESS 59.99 CANNES DRiNT FIIN 200 ISO prison pistol range will cost$1.80 per
#31m.SHMP #3K89 MACMWOX #BO7J1 9.9901St
j-mt HAiRsirriiMW
u 9 .j aus 24 foot, but that project will be delayed
# RM. 17.99i Some models not available hi all stores. until the 4 inch line is completed.

Was cautioned by Patrolman Ken
Tillotson that an organized group of
burglars' from other counties is

UlABETIOARE i [T"i j FOR A GOOD LOOK, CHOOSEECKERD'S check operating on property.in this area Mayor, and Harris to keep of a

fered to set up a citizen's crime ,
SYSTEM 2 watch program I if anyone Is in-

FULL ,SELECTION AND LOWERED PRICES FOR THE /d FOR KODAK terested.
Asked clerk Shuford to remind I
CARE OF DIABETES.
,,9
the Lawtey Correctional Institution \
ASK.your: pharmacist about our total dlabetlcare program. SM till fttkW' peas QUALITY I it is responsible for upkeep of the old J
4 special offers on 'a variety. of diabetic suppliesFREE for till fcsufd Sra. SYS-WMli- strawberry wharf which the prison
M vials '.. rtstrft . I
of insulin leases the There
from
to Suit u.riit.ti. ______________________________________-_-_________ shingles on the roof city.and the are building loose '' I,

is in need of painting, commissioners -. 1

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Cross Country. Team Wins Two (of Three I


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tonal I records for themselves said Lisa! T'wn' Anders
y.Chrissey !and
It's b
<<:en good year for the Girl's ---tA.L
Tornado Cross Lady 2-Mlle First... Loper.It Robin Manning ran their best twomile .

with two Country team lately, t-tlMS. t-Mlddl.bura, |tlihoa Kanny was the largest field of girls times of the year, said lx>per.
big
wins in the last two Orange, Park, Cplicopal a (alias ever for the meet, said Loper with
weeks, the first at the UF Invita 246 starting the from schools."It Individual
tional and second Individual Plac. race 36 places 1.Lori Sapp 11'is,
Invitational. at the Middleburg 1-Jni Dunn (BK) llJI, ILorl Saw. Dill was really gratifying to see 1.Kim Albritton I),01,1 Nicola Batchaldar 11.11
7-Lisa Tlarnay 14,10, I.Robin Manning 14ilO them come back after being down," 4 Kallay Jackson II.JJ, .L1.. Tlernay 11.11,
BUS finished its cross country VChrltuy Anders MtJJ, UKallay Jackson said the veteran coach. "They ran ChrliMy And... 11,141. Robin Manning 14,14

season with 12 wins out of 14 outings, l.i.l, IS-chrlitla Harrall Milt; great by far the best race thay ran Rood Runn.... Girl's 2-mll., Ramon r

poinys out a proud Coach George Rood Runner Girl.... all year." Tannant |,,?, vlck, Ryes IS,,,, ,?,??. W(|.
Loper. They finished third in the 4A sea t.PRoadrunn.
a Ramon With things looking better for
Tannant
14'14.llckl Raves MiH>> ,
category at the Sandalwood Invita 11'Brook* Walton Sill BHS, the prediction made by a ..., Boy's 3-mllei Eric Wall krM
tional and ;
were seventh at the Rood sports-writer at.the. The Florida 11:07, Larry Green 2t:It, Randy Milton Mjo: ,
Deland Invitational for their only Runner Boy... Times-Union that the Tornadoes David Fischer' Mi 14
losses. 31-Larry Green 11.ot, M.David Fischer MiM,
51 Randy Milton 10:00 could kiss any chance at the state title I f
good-bye, may have been a little Team Friends...
At Middleburg... premature.Only Iva and Henry Harrell
saw a need
The Lady Tornadoes kept up the The Lady Tornadoes did it again three teams beat BHS: Class for a water cooler for a thirsty bunch .
Saturday Oct. 26 with first in the
pressure and slogged to a first place 3A a '4A schools Winter Park, Orange of runners, so the Tornadoes now
finish at the Middleburg Invita- Florida category at the annual Universityof Park and Walton High from have one. It has been more than "'

tional, Friday, Nov 1, Invitational Cross Coun- Georgia.3A welcome by the cross country teams
try meet in Gainesville.
"It was probably the worst this year indicates Coach
course Loper. .
Top finisher for BHS was Lori 7
has run all With the
anyone on year, said weather cooling down ''
Loper of Middleburg's soft and !sloppy 'Sapp the, who set a new school recordfor Team Results: 1-BHS finally, the team will get to put to use
girl's 3,000 meter run cover ...
loop. 173. 2-Bishop Moore 321, their warm-up tights, bought for ....-
Coming off of a hip InJury, Bishop overall ing the fourth cpurse in finish.10:58.7: for an 3-Middleburg 335, 4-Citrus 337, them by Bruce Jackson of Jackson's

Kenny's Jenna Dunn finished first in place 5-Ocala Vanguard 347. .Blshop Kenny Builder's Supply.
Overall winner Lee Ann Case 4
was r
the girl's two mile with a time of from 450, 7-Palatka 556, 8-Osceola 557 Congratulations to several really .
Walton High School Marietta
12:35.: Starke's Lori Sapp nice people.
was second -
Georgia in 10:23.4 followed defending
splashing to a slow finish In by Individual Places! l-Lia Ann Cat,
13:12.: girl's 4A state champ Kim Walton, 10,23.4, 1.Kim Bovli, Winter Park,
Lisa Tierney came in seventh in Bovis of Winter Park in 10:36.4.: IOU..4; 1 Amy CamDIar Winter Park, 10''...' District Coming Up...
"I was especially pleased to 4 Lori Sapp 10i5sr." at.Kallay Jackson I1SD.I. ,
see The
next hurdle for the
14:20: Robin Lady Tor-
Manning was in
eighth them this 17 Ll.a Tlarnay ":".1. I] Chrltiay Anders
well after
14:30 and run the Deland nadoes is the district meet this
: Chrissey Anders was ninthin 11:14.3 "Rabin Manning I2IM
meet, said Coach Loper. "Best Saturday Nov. 9 set for Florida
14:35. ,
: Finishing out the top five :
scorers was Kelley Jackson at 12th total team race they have run all At Home Tuesday... Junior College's North Campus in '. .
in 14:48. year..all of them ran up to their The Lady Tornadoes won again at Jacksonville at 11 a.m. .".tA'
'
Coming back from a foot injury potential." home Oct. 26, ending their home While BHS is favored to win, according \t:.
,
Christie Harrell was 15th in 14:59.: Battling a hilly course, Kelley meets for the year undefeated. to Loper, the veteran coach &

The BMS Road Runners ran in the Jackson finished 21st for BHS in Clay High and Suwannee from is cautious of making any predic-

JV race but there were only three 11:50.3: with Lisa Tierney taking a Live Oak were the visitors, but Clay tions about Saturday. On her way....
girls and three boys respectable 27th in 11:54.1.: Finishingout did not bring a girl's team and Live "How they do is up to them," says
so they couldn't
the five Lori Sapp leads the Lady Tornadoes to another victory Middleburg:
have a team scoring places were Oak only had two of their five with Loper of his girls.
score. Chrissey Anders at 52nd in 12:24.3 them. The top six teams and first five High School's Invitational Cross! Country :Meet Friday, Nov. 1. BUS won

Ramona Tennant was high and Robin Manning at 69th in Lori Sapp, holding off a challengeby finishers qualify for the regional the girl's division with 38 points, to send their regular season record to 12

finisher a second for the for Road BMS.Runners, taking 12:37.5. Suwannee's Kim Albritton, won meet set for Saturday, Nov. 16, in wins out of 11 races.! :Next'; test for the Lady Tornadoes is district, :Nov.';. 9 in

All the_Lady Tornadoes set per- in a time of 12:38.: Tallahassee. Jacksonville. ,



Legal Noticesdefault


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA County. Honda; and you are hereby will be entered against you for THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ZONING NOTICE 13 Township 8 South Range 22 East to
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR commanded to be and appear before the the relief demanded in the complaint NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate have a home for living a security

BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Honorable GEORGE H. PIERCE Judge of petition. and ((2)) any objection| by an Interested DONALD C. ROBERTS has made application You are further given NOTICE that a
CIVIL ACTION the Circuit Court at Bradford County WITNESS my hand and seal of the person on whom this notice was served to the Starke Zoning and Plann copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is

CASE NO. 85.461 CA Starke, Florida, at 1:30 p.m. on the 20th Court on October 23, 1985. that challenges the validity of the will, ing Board for reclassification of the property available for your Inspection at the office
day of November 1985, and to show GILBERT BROWN the qualifications of the personal described below from Rl A to R.2A. of the Director of Zoning and Planning

In Re: The Marriage of cause why said Petition should not be as Clerk of Court representative, venue, or jurisdiction of One acre located off North side of City Hall, Thompson Street Storke,
JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS. Husband granted. By Beulah Moody the court. West Market Road, 397 W. Market Road Florida.
and WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of said Deputy Clerk ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Parcel 241300201 in Section 21. Each and every person having any Interest .
ALICE JUNE GRIFFIS. Wife Court and the Seal thereof this 10th day 10/31 2tchg 11/7 SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Township 6 South Range 22 East Northwest whatever In the enactment of thisproposed

of October, 1985. ....................... Publication of this notice has begun on Starke, to bs used for duplex and ORDINANCE should app.arand
NOTICE OF SUIT Clerk of Circuit Court October 31 1985 through November 7, single family be heard at the time and place
NO PROPERTYto By Barbara: Starner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 1985. This change In classification, Is subjectto prescribed
: JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS address Deputy Clerk JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Personal RepresentativeALLEN a public hearing to be held on Thurs. BOARD OF BRADFORD

unknown. 10/17 4tchg 11/7 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY JONES JR. day, November 21, 1985. at 7:00: p.m., in COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has ................... 1624 E. Market Rd. the Council Room In the Storke City Hall : Gilbert. Brown, Clerk

been filed against you and you are required IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH CIVIL ACTION Starke, Fla. 32091 on Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. At Itchg 11/7 '
to serve a copy of your written JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. CASE NO. 89.441 Attorney for Personal RepresentativeDUDLEY this time all persons Interested shall be .. .................. '
defenses If any, to JAMES R, FLYNN. ES. FORD COUNTY FLORIDA P. HARDY P.A. heard for or against the proposal, as
QUIRE Petitioner's Attorney whose address Case No. 85.463-CA IN RE: The Marriage of By John H. Jones, Esquireof specified In the Zoning Code of the Cityof NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
Is 405 West Georgia Street >. JACKIE RAY HALL Counsel Starke Florida. REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF

Starke, Florida, 32091 on or before Husband, P.O. Drawer 1030 Walter Westcott, Chairman THE LAND USE PLAN
In Re: The Marriage of
November 28, 1985 and file the original BRENDA PINEDA.PetitionerWife and Starke, Florida 32091 Stork. Zoning S Planning Board
with the Clerk of this Court either before LAVON E. HALL.' Phone ((904)) 964.5701 I Itchg 11/7 An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive

service on Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately and Wife 10/31 2tchg 11/7 ................ ........ Lone Use Plan Element and
thereafter otherwise a HILARIO h' ..................... Mop by Bradford; County, Florida in accordance
default will be entered against you for PINEDA NOTICE OF SUIT ZONING NOTICE with the local ,, Government

the relief demanded: In the complaint, or RespondentHusband.NOTICE ., ..... PROPaRT'5.. ,... qne.-w-__ ". 'c NOTICE sa +wRSnnsRFly,,\IIIHI' "s+- l'fniB.. 11 "....$v ,,;."" '7f: .,t Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
petition. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday THOMAS H. HARRIS has made application provided for in Chapter 163 of the
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this OF ACTIONTO TO: LAVON E. HALL Address Unknown ; Nov. 11, 1985 at 10:00 a.m., the for SPECIAL EXCEPTION) for HOME Florida Statutes.
Court on November 4, I9S5. : Hilarlo Pineda YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action undersigned GATOR FREIGHTWAYS, OCCUPATION to the Bradford County TO: All citizens Taxpayers and other. Interested '
GILBERT S. BROWN Address Unknown for dissolution of marriage Involvingthe INC., will sell at public auction for cash Board of Adjustments on property that I.cla.sof.d Is persons
CLERK OF THE COURT YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for following property in Bradford County at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one OR and described below and You and eqch of Y9U are hereby and
BRADFORD COUNTYBy dissolution of marriage has been filed Florida; lot of Carols Find Furniture West Palm located: herewith given notice In accordancewith
Beulah Moody against you and you are required to PARCEL 1: Part of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Beach, Fla., to satisfy freight and Nine miles Northwest, of Starke and Florida Statutes that the Board of

11/7 4tchg 11/28 serve a copy of your written defenses' If Section 25 Township 7 South Range 21 storage charges, under the provisions of 6/1 Oth of a mile North of Ct. Rd. 225 onto County Commissioners of Bradford

..................... any to it on BRENDA PINEDA Petitioner East Bradford County Florida, described Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of East side of 225A, Parcel 1272.00300 In County, Florida hove designated the
whose address is Rt I. Box 921, as follows: Commence at the SW corner lading. Section 19, Township 5 South, Range 22 Bradford County Zoning and Planning

CALL FOR BIDS Starke Florida, 32091 on or before of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4; thence East GATOR FREIGHTWAYS INC., CarrierPro. East for Home Occupation for electrical Board to conduc,! a public hearing ot a
"Sealed bids" will be accepted by the December 19, 1985 and (lie the original on South line of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 01.605469 dtd.9/3/85 contracting office. regular meeting held ot 7:00: p.m. In the
City of Starke until 6:30: p.m. November with th. clerk of this court either before 122.48 feet to the Point of Beginning: 10/31 2tchg 11/7 The Bradford County Board of Adjustments Council Room of Starke City Hall Storke,

19 1985 for the the of service on Petitioner or Immediately thence continue East on the SE 1 /4 of NE .. .. will conduct a public hearingat Florida, on Tuesday, November 26, 1985,
purchase by City thereafter otherwise default will be ................. ...
the following: ; a 1/4 208.72 feet; thence North 208.72 their regular meeting held on Tuesday and make a recprnmendotlon to the

1 Mid-size door Sedan entered against you for the relief feet, thence West 208.72 feet thence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH November 26, 1985, at 7:30 p.,m. In Board of County Commissioners and the.
Persons Interested may obtain additional demanded In the complaint or petition. South 208.72 feet to the Point of Beginn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD the Council Room of City Hall on Thompson Board will consider on Monday.
information and specifications by WITNESS my hand and the seal of this ing. Containing one ((1)) acre, more or FORD COUNTY FLORIDA Street Starke, Florida. At this time, December 9, 1985 ot the CommissionersRoom

contacting the City Clerk, City of Starke, Court on November 5, 1985. less. Also: an easement 15 feet In width CIVIL CASE NO.: 84.662-CA all persons will.be heard concerning this of the Bradford County Courthouse
9049645027. GILBERT S. BROWNAs for ingress and egress described as: application as specified in the Zoning Starke, Florida at 10;:00 a.m. an
11/7 2tchg 11/14 Clerk of the Court Begin at the NW corner of the above MARY G. FRANKLIN Plaintiff.' Codes of Bradford County. Ordinance relating to:
By Beulah M. MoodyAs described tract thence West 2.18 feet to L. M. GAINES, The rezoning of the following'described
; vs
.. ... ............... Clerk
Deputy the Southeasterly line of State Road No. PEGGY HELEN HAMILTON Defendant. Director property and amending the .Comprehensive
11/7 4tchg 11/28 221 a 66 foot right of way; thence South Itchg 11/7 Land Use Plan to providethat

NOTICE OF ....................... 384730" W along said Southeasterlyline NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ....... "........... land currently zoned RSF-MH and

SHERIFF'SSALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH of State Road No. 221, 19.24 feet; Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto designated by the plan as Rural Residential -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD thence East 14.23 feet thence North I 13- the Final Judgement of Foreclosure ZONING NOTICE be rezoned to CG and designated

COUNTY FLORIDA feet to the Point of Beginning.' entered in the Circuit Court of the Eighth General Commercial the property of
Notice is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. WILBUR L, I KAY WATERS described
CASE NO. 85-443-CA Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County ROBERT L. COOPER has made application as
Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County DIVISION: PARCEL 2: Part of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Florida Civil Action Case No. to the Bradford County Zoning follows:
Florida under and by virtue of Writ of Section 25. Township 7 South. Range 21 84.662.CA. on 30 October. 1985 I will Board for reclassification of the property One acre, one mile Northwest of

Execution to wit: DONALD N. WADE, and East Bradford County Florida described sell the following described property lying described below from RSF to RSF.MH, Starke at the Southwest corner of Hwy
Execution Issued out of County Courtof FLORENCE WADE, Tenants In commonvs as follows: Begin at the SW corner of and being situate in Bradford County 8.2 acres out of Parcel 4206.00000 in 16 and NW 25th Ave., out of Parcel
Bradford County Florida pursuant to said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 as marked by a Florida to-wit: Section 31 Township 6 South, Range 22 2253 oo in Section 17, Township 6
a Final Judgement for Daniel L. Gripp of CLIFFORD WARDEN If 'living and if concrete monument; thence E on the Two parcels of land lying In the East located 1/4 mile West of Starke off South, Range 22 East to be used for

Jacksonville, Florida, and against David deceased any known party who may South line of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4353.17 Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4)) of Northwest Edwards Road ((100A) to be used for General Commercial

Garrison defendant In the amount of claim as heir, devisee, grantee, feet to an Iron pipe set at a fence corner; Quarter (NW 1/4)), Section 17, Township mobile home lots. You ore further given NOTICE that a
$1,814.49 together with costs of collec assignee, lienor, creditor, trustor thence North 4330" W along said 6 South Range 22 East Bradford County This change in classification .is subjectto copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is.
lion. trustee, or other claimant claiming fence, 207.03 feet to an Iron pipe; thence Florida, and more particularly describedas a public hearing to be held on Tuesday available for your inspection at the office
Have seized and have in my possession through any or against him; North 3912'55" West 175.42 feet to an follows: November 26. 1985, at 7:00 p.m. in of the Director of Zoning and Plann
the following described personal by and Iron pipe on the Southeasterly right of Parcel A: Commence at the Intersection the Council Room of the Starke City Hall ing City Hall. Thompson Street .Starke,

property to-wit: CLIFFORD D. WARDEN, MARY ETTA way of S.R. No. 221 as established for a of the Westerly boundary of the on Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. At Florida.
On. ((1)) Panasonic Color Video MICHAELS BARBARA D. WARDEN AND width of 66 feet; thence South 3847'30" right-of-way of State Road 16 and the this time, all persons will be heard for or Each and every person having any Interest

Camera Newvicon Omnlpro Model JOYCE LYNN GRIFFIS if living and if West on said right of way 367.50 feet to Northerly boundary of the right of way against the proposal, as specified, In the whatever In the enactment of this

PK-975 with Camera Extension Cable, deceased, any known party who may an Iron pipe on the West line of the of a county road and run thence West Zoning Codes of Bradford County, proposed ORDINANCE should'opp.or
No. 10H-30AS and lens cleaning: kit. 1. M. GAINES, and be heard at the time and place
one claim as heir devisee, grant., aforesaid Southeast 1/4 of NE 1/4; along said Northerly boundary a
One ((1)) Panasonic Omnlvlslon VHS assignee, lienor, creditor, trustor, thence South along the said West line of distance of 531.26 feet to a point said Bradford County Zoning prescribed.
Portable Video Cassette Recorder trustee, or any other claimant claiming the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 57.45 feet to the point being 881.2 feet Easterly of the Itchg 11/7 COUNTY BOARD OF BRADFORD

Model No PV-8000. Serial No. by through or against them; Point of Beginning.has Southwest corner of said SE 1/4 of NW ..................... COMMISSIONERSBy
K4SA27045 with Carrying Case and 264 : Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
and 1/4, run thence North a distance of
Panasonic Programmable Tuner/Tlrner All parties having or claiming to hav.any !., been filed against you and you are feet to an Iron stake for point of beginning. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Itchg 11 7CHILDREN'S

Model PV-A850 Serial No. K4SA27045.As right title or- rnTerest in and to the required to serve a copy of your written From point of beginning thus REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF ......................
property of the above named following described property lying and defenses, if any to It, on the plaintiff's described continue North a distance of THE LAND USE PLAN

defendant and that on Monday the 18th being In Bradford County Florida to attorney whose name and address Is 162.04 feet to an Iron stake; run thence
day of November 1985 at two o'clockon wit DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A., P. O. Drawer West a distance of 220 feet to an Iron An ORDINANCE amending the Com,

sold day on the premises of the Brad. Part: of Section 24, Township 8 South 1030 Starke, Florida 32091 stake; run thence South 162.04 feet to on prehenslve Lane Use Plan Element and
ford County Jail I will offer for sale and Range 22 East as more fully described in and file the original with the clerk of the, iron stake: run thence East a distance of Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance
sell to the highest bidder for cash in Tax Deed recorded In O.R. Book 147X above styled court on or before 220 feet to point of beginning. with the local Government
hand the above described property of 79, Bradford County Public November 22, 1985; otherwise a judge Parcel B: Commence at the Intersection Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
said defendant to satisfy the aforesaid page Records ment may be entered against you for the of the Westerly boundary of the provided for In Chapter 163 of the

Execution. relief demanded In the complaint or right of way of State Road 16 and the Florida Statutes
DOLPH E. REDDISH NOTICE OF ACTIONTO p.tltion.WITNESS. I Northerly boundary of the right of way TO: All citizens Taxpayers and other interested .

SHERIFF THE ABOVE STYLED DEFENDANTS my hand and the seal of said of a county road and run thence West persons. HEALTHCAREHow
BRADFORD COUNTY, AND All OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON Court on October 21, 1985. along said Northerly boundary a You and each of you ore hereby and

FLORIDA CERN: YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Institution GILBERT S. BROWN distance of 531.26 feet to a point said herewith given notice In accordancewith much do you know about
!0/244tchg 11/14 of this action by Plaintiffs againstyou A. Clerk of said Court point being 881.2 feet Easterly of the Florida Statutes that the Board of various children's heollhcare problems -
... ......... 10/24: 4tchg 11/14 of NW County Commissioners of Bradford
!... .., seeking to Quiet Title on the follow. Southwest corner of said SE 1/4 ? Tel-Med has the Information
1/4 run thence North distance of County Florida have designated the
; a
ing! property In Bradford County ..,................... 426.04 feet thence Bradford County Zoning and Planning on these and many more health
CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Commence of 5buflieaster-- to an Iron stake; run
IN THE topics. Call Tel-Med at 964-4C96 or
Board to conduct public hearing at a
West 220 feet Iran stake for pointof a
DIVISION to an a
COUNTY FLORIDA, JUVENILE ly corner of the Northeast quarter IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD beginning. From of beginningthus regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the 37B-0007 and. ask for these. tapes
8 South point
'CASE 85.90-CJ Section 24, Township
NO. FLORIDA Starke- by number
COUNTY, described continue West a distanceof Council Room of Storke City Hall ; :
DIVISION S-730 Rang. 22 East distance, and of run 523.5 thence feet; PROBATE DIVISION 110 feet to a point; run thence South Florida on Tuesday. November 26, 1985, 3 Can medicine In the home.
Westerly a File Number 85-91-CP and parallel to the Easterly boundary ofa and make a recommendation to the poison your child?
1185 feet
North
IN THE INTEREST OF: Thence run ; Division 1.3673 Board of Commissioners and the 10 'Poisons In the horn
a child Thence East 55 feet; Thence lot deeded Official Record Book 31, County .
Infant Male Petrey.
Southerly 1265 feet; Thence Northwesterly Page 468, 'Public, Records of Bradford Board will consider on Monday. 73 Earache ,
NOTICE 100.11 feel to the In Re: ESTATE OF County Florida a distance of 162.041..tto December 9, 1985, at the CommissionersRoom 225 Croup
SHIRLEY J. LUKE, Deceased a thence East distance of of the Bradford County Courthouse 232 Speect problems In children
THE STATE OF FLORIDATo Point of Beginning. Being a par-. point: : run a )
' ALBERT WESLEY DEMENT'R..ld.nc. lion of the lands conveyed InDeed 110 to an Iron slake; run thence Starke, Florida at 10:00 a.m. an 233 Diabetes In children .
ADMINISTRATIONThe
: recorded In Deed Book 81, NOTICE OF North 162.04 feet to point of beginning. Ordinance relating to: 236 Cystic (Ibrojl, '
of
Unknown of the
157 and 158 Bradford administration estate Said sale shall be at public sale to the The rezoning of the following described 399 Car seat safety .. ,
pages SHIRLEY J. LUKE, deceased File Number the Comprehensive .
and amending
You ore hereby notified that a Petition ,, County Public Records. 83-91-CP, It pending In the Circuit Court highest .bidder for cash and In accordance property land Use Plan to providethat 404 Accidents, safety'and young
under oath copy of which has been Suit has been filed against you and Bradford Florida Probate with the aforedescrlbed Final children I' ".
and
County, zoned ILW
for
deposited with the Clerk of this Court for you are required to serve a copy of your the address of which It Brad Judgment. Said sale shall be held at the land currently Industrial 409 Hyperactrvlfy '.* ':*; "
Division
the plan at Light
you. has been filed In the above styled written defenses. If any on Myron C. ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida. Main (East) Door of the Bradford County designated be by retorted to RSF, and 434 ,Child ,abuse ,," tt -
Courthouse In
to whoseaddress Starke. Florida at 11:00:
Plaintiff's
commitment Prevatt Jr., attorney
Court for the permanent and addresses of the
of
The personal
name Residential the
Society of Florida If P.O. Drawer 790 KeystoneHeights a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on the 2nd designated property free .
The Children's Home representative and the personal of P. GEORGE MANNING, described at Tel-Med A community service
for subsequent adoption of Infant Male Florida 32656, on or beforeDecember representative's attorney are set forth day December 1985.GILBERT follows problded by the Auxiliary of
are and file the originalwith S. BROWN :
of whom you 9, 1985 ''*
Petrey. a mole child below. ft. 200 ft. out of Parcel I Bradford. Hospital IrtcV0
natural father, said the Clerk of this court either beforeservice CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT 125 x _
alleged to be the of "Interested persons are required to 5554.00000. located nine miles South of
Beuloh Moody
child born on the 4th day on Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately WITHIN THREE MON- 11/7 2tchg 11114 By:
being file with this court Stark. off NE tide of Hwy 100 In Section
Sept.mber 1983, at Jacksonville. Duval thereafter, otherwise a ,...r.a ;.......Deputy Clerk



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TD Catch... The number two-ranked team in the state requires a top quality runn- enroute to a good gain.
Tight end Mike Chappell is just about to make catch for a touchdown: ing back and BUS certainly has one in Clinton Jenkins CM), shown here Quarterback Frank Long3) and center: Danny Manning(51)look) on I
against Paxon. pounding around the left side of the I'uxon: defense last Friday night Clinton does a number on Paxon.
Chappell has turned into a dangerous receiver for Coach Iliirse this

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I BHS Tornadoes Shut Out Paxon 42-0

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Bradford High gridders shut out a fullback Aaron Matthews, which he third Tornado TD. Paxon was BIIS was getting just a few yardson
young Jacksonville Paxon eleven caught in the flat and ran for the yar- penalized half the distance to the most running plays with the
42-0 for a nice homecoming victory, dage. goal, which amounted to six inches, substitutes in the line. But the quick t ? ;
and are headed into a week off for Safety Cory Strong intercepted a and QB Long sneaked for the Andy Jones would burst through the -
some needed rest and to let the mud- Paxon pass at the BHS 35 and touchdown with 8:34: left in the third line occassionally.Jones .
dy football field dry out. returned it to the Paxon 42 yard line, period. Hamilton booted his third extra had a big hole for his 45 yard y_ n, e tf
The Nov. 1 win puts the Tornadoes BBS fumbled it back two plays later, point. BHS left 210. touchdown run. Once Jones was past d I
at 8-0 on the season and 6-0 in then Paxon returned the favor and By that time Paxon had taken scrimmage nobody could catch. On V
I District 3-AAA play. Off Nov. 8, BHS defensive end Greg Jackson starting quarterback Dennis Horne the 64 Jones had to struggle throughthe
will play Tavares Nov. 15 and Santa recovered the loose football at the out of the game, and put Freddie scrimmage line with would-be
Fe, district foe, Nov. 22, both at Tornado 49 yard line as the wet foot- Smith, a hard-nosed runner and tacklers knocking him this way and
home.It ball went back and fourth in the second linebacker, behind the center. Smith that. Jones stumbled off balance as _'
period. BUS then was penalized first kept the football and ran 8 he cleared the traffic, then turned on _
was an appropiate setting, the 15 yards for an illegal block, back to yards out to the Paxon 16, but then the after-burners and was gone
1985 BHS football team undefeatedand its own 40 yard line. Things seemedto fumbled the football for an 11 yard down the sideline. ; -
in the drivers seat for the be going Paxon's way. loss back to the five yard line, then The Tornadoes rushed fo 297 yardsin _
District 3-AAA championship, with Suddenly, running back Clinton tried to pass out from the hole. Cor- 37 carries. The BHS defense
members of the former 1965 and 1966 Jenkins poppeds through the line of nerback Wendell Shanks promptly limited Paxon to 60 yards running in
state champion teams sitting in the scrimmage, cut to his left againstthe intercepted the first Smith pass and 32 rushing plays. BHS quarterbackFrank -, '- 0.
filled BHS stands. You have to go grain, then simply outran the returned the the football 20 yards for Long completed 6 of 16 passes x
back to 1978 to find a Tornado foot- Paxon players for a 60 yard the fourth BIIS score with 7:09: re- and threw for one touchdown to tight
ball that won eight game,and to 1976 touchdown run, his longest of the maining in the the third period. end Chappell. The passing attack _
to find a team that won more, 93. year "It's about time," muttered Hamilton's fourth EP kick put BHS was very effective, and kept the
The last BHS team to win 10 games Coach David Hurse as he impatiently up 280. Paxon defense off balance.

was the 1974 eleven which went 102. paced the sidelines. Hamilton's At that point clean uniforms Paxon passed 18 times for 18 Dig it Out...
second extra point kick put BUS up 7 and 3 in-
yards, completing having
Matthews carries Paxon defender\ with him he
began to appear in the Braford line Fullback Aaron a ah
14-0 woth 35 seconds remaining in Tornadoes
The 1985 football team is favoredto the up. Coach Hurse'wanted the Brad- tercepted by Cory rushes for good yardage in the first half.
go 10-0 and will probably battle In- second quarter.KB : ford fans to see their boys play. Strong, two by Wendell Shanks. The undefeated Tornadoes are open this week.
had been
Jenkins, WhO looking
team BHS shut out 18-0 -
verness, a '' JI
here Oct 4, in the first post-season tough in practice, continued to run But it didn't stop the scoring. The ..
I for the regional title hard Friday. He ran 41 yards, to the second string running back happen -'"
playoff game' ,]axBn-iieven- yard inland; drove to be wideout Andy Jones,the raSteS**"c
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hard:! to the one-foot line to set up the man on the BIIS squad. While get- NOVEMBER SPECIJS'WHEN
BHJ Paxon ting some valued experience in the
Start... First Downs 10 5 backfield, Jones also kept BHS fans
Though BHS didn't kept posses- Ruining Yards 37-37 32-40 awake, returning a Paxon punt 38
sion of the football most of the first Failing Yards 90 1. yards, and running 45 and 64 yardsfor YOU BUY IN BRADFORD COUNTY....

period, the first score didn't come PA-PC-PI It 4-0 18-7-J touchdowns. ECONOMY THAT SUPPORTS YOU!
until they mounted a 59-yard, 7-play Punts 2-12) ,.39 YOU SUPPORT THE
Fumolu-lost 4-1 2-1
drive with quarterback Frank Long Penalties.yard 3-45 '.33.5 BHS fumbled the wet football
throwing a 31-yard touchdown pass Scoring Summary] away twice in the late going, losingone
to tight end Mike Chappell with 11:16: BHS- Chappell, 31-yard past from OB Long. and an alert substitute falling on COPIERS AM PAD DATED
remaining in the second period. EP Hamilton, kick. one. With QB Horne back in the At-A-Glance
David Hamilton, who had been kick- BHS-Jenkins,'O-vord run. EP Hamilton kick. game, Paxon was trying desperatelyto
ing terriblv in oractice all week BHS- Long, 6-)ncll OB sneak E Hamilton, pass, having had no success runn- For Sale or Rent DECK PADS

first of kick.BHS ing against the BHS defense But DATE BOOKS
the
made it 7-0 by putting the Shanks, 20-yard return ol pass Intercep 7B1-24105
six straight through the uprights tion. EP Hamilton, Kick. Wendell Shanks, Aaron Matthews, $4500
Friday night. Only other big play on BHS- Jones, 4S-yard run. EPi Hamilton, kick. and David Hamilton broke up the month rental Reg. $4.10 REFILLS$3a75
the drive was a 20-yard pass play to BHS- Jones,44-yard run. EPHamilton, kick. passes.




I Bradford Escapes] With No InjuriesTornado r I'-I"I-II-J-1.._: ......'l'l'l. t"n'lHOIl w_

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escaped with no playing in the second round of the jobs better, thus making the entire -
injuries from gridders their 42-0 win over state playoffs. First BHS has to win backfield work together better. FILE CABINET 9a :.. : : : : ;:
Jacksonville Paxon. the Dist 3, and that title is nailed Wendell Shanks, number 42, got [
Practice starts back today (Thurs- down, since with a loss to Santa Fe ,best defensive back of the week 7E4-32ADUP ..- .-- -- ..' :.'
Nov. 7) after a three day break the Tornadoes would still have honors, but everybody played extremely ..
day,
other team in the well against Paxon, says $323 i'
from drills. Linebacker Ron Brown, beaten every Coach Kaminski. Q Reg. :_... :.
who has a bruised thigh, was held district.
second is winning the Shanks intercepted a and
out of the Paxon game. Coach David The step pass $259
Hurse hopes Brown will be ready to regional play-offs, in which BHS ex- returned it 20 yards to for a Tenex

today, and, if not, by Mon- pects to face Inverness-Citrus, touchdown.
practice
which BHS shut out 18-0 in Starke in Greg Wiggins played his first entire
day.Idle. this week, the Tornadoes face the fourth game of the season for the game at rover back when Aaron Q Ramped Edge
and Santa Region 4 title. Matthews was moved to defensiveend
Tavares at home Nov. 15
Nov. 22. Then, BHS would probably face for the game. CHAIRMAT7E45W460V2
here
Fe Tornado offensive line blew Tallahassee Godby, the current top- Cory Strong and Frank Long TYPEWRITER
The had to ranked Class 3A team in the state. shared duties at safety. Shanks and
off the line. The Eagles
Paxon
attack, Godby must Crestview of David Hamilton were the corner- Swhitec 1146 $89.95
respect the Tornado passing Coach Reg.
establishedtheir District One. Hurse has word backs.

and once running the Tornadoes game, they got goingin from area coaches that Crestview Defensive Line... $ 69 95
well with
BINET149n9
the second half. It is the first time may be able to play pretty FILEtoC
since 1976 that two BHS backs had Godby. Either way, the Tornadoeswill Due to Ron Brown's thigh bruise,
of rushing. Running have their work cut out for several Tornadoes got new
100 yards
over back Clinton Jenkins, the Tornadoes them, Hurse candidly notes. assignments in the defensive front Protects Your Files

bread and butter man, had 165 yardson seven. up to 1700 for One Hour BONDPAPER
Consistent...
15 carries including a 60 yard TD Line Billy Jackson, who usually plays
run, and a 41 yard run on which he Up until the last couple of weeks, strong side defensive end, played inside 7E45210118
was tackled at the seven yard line. the Tornado offensive line hadn't linebacker Jackson led the
Speedster Andy Jones ran eight been blowing out opposing linemen.But team in tackles with nine individual Reg. $755
times for 122 yards, including the line just blew Bishop Kenny tackles and five assists, and was COMPUTER 8'/2 x 11
touchdown runs of 45 and 64 yards. and Paxon off the football, says really around the football ,a lot, $595 BUY ONE AT REG
Jones was mentioned in the Coach Jay Godwin.It's Coach Mike Sexton notes. PAPER
Gainesville Sun running back honors been the first times we've real- Aaron Matthews moved from PRICE GET ONE FREE
for the area. But Bradford's bread ly gone out and got some people, rover to strong side end, and had All Sizes
and butter runner so far is Clinton says Coach Jay Godwin.The line has nine tackles and one assist.
Jenkins. Jenkins got his yardage in been pass blocking and finesse Inside linebacker Gary Wise, who ADD & Grades
the first half when the going was blocking, such as on traps and had six tackles and two assits, Billy ALLBRIEFCASES
toughest. Jones got his yardage in counter plays, well. But just going Jackson and Aaron Matthews
the second half when Paxon was out after people had been a short- shared best defensive lineman of the ROLLS 20 % Off
out. Jonesis coming. week honors.
tired, Coach Hurse points
coming along and will be used in Center Danny Manning, guard Coach Sexton has been working 2 14"BUY
the first of the game more, to keep Keith Gillingham, and tacke Greg Billy Jackson some at inside In Stock
both backs fresh Coach Hurse says. Jackson have been performing well linebacker for the past two weeks, ONE DOZEN

QB Frank Long had a good all year long, says Coach Godwin. In and Jackson played a little bit therein GET 6 ROLLS FREE 15 % Off
ballgame, though completing just the past three weeks guard Tommy the Bishop Kenny game. BANKERS
six of 16 passes. Some of Long's Parker, tight end Mike Chappell, Tackle Chris Dougherty got backin
were not caught because the and guard Chris Cribbs have startedto actiop against Paxon after an In-
passes football was wet. It was not a goodnight come into their own,Godwin says. jury in the North Marion game. BOXES
f for passing the football, Coach The offensive line is playing Greg Jackson and Chris Cribbs also ; -mE
Hurse points out. together better than it has, pointsout played1 well.Anytime 10% OFF ALL SIZES
The BHS defense limited Paxon to Coach Godwin you hold a team to 60 ; DFFICE
60 yards rushing and 18 yards pass- The entire offensive line, which yards rushing somebody is doing 1 4 No. 701] Letter
"You can't do much better than calls itself the Pest Control, was something right, points out Coach SHOP .
Ing.that," says the Head Tornado, who named the best offensive lineman of Sexton. The Tornadoes needed 2.98 ea
was well pleased with the defensive the week honors by Coach Godwin. somebody like Paxon's Freddie IIOWCal151.
effort of Coach Mike Sexton's corps. Smith, number 24, to run against,
Back to Basics... says Coach Hurse. Smith was as 964.5764
l Looking Ahead... "The last two weeks we've really good a back as he's seen this season, -. { storkeFlo. No. 702 Legal T'

off" Tuesday, progressed as a defensive says Coach Sexton.
r Coach During Hurse his and"time some of the Tor- backfield," says Coach Jerry Ron Brown will probably be back \ 3.65 ea
I looking at game Kaminski. this week, after a week's rest and \ & _4 ;I'
nado players were 4A Gainesville High "We wanted to get back to some of treatment consisting of icing the Ir
films of Class Godby. the basics," said Coach Kaminski, bruise and doing stretching exer-
vs. Class 3A Tallhassee t ask.GodbyIs and it has worked to make the defen- cises. If Brown is not ready he'll be a
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1 1) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their immediatefamihes
U; are welcome to enter, but there is a limit of one entry per person _
each week.
l 2) The entry must be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and
.must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Fri
day afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the team
you think will win or"tie" if you think the game will end in a tie. The
( 3 ,i person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
Last Week's Winner 3) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
School each week the Tornadoes week) a
High game (except open as
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nadoes and their opponent combined in the tiebreaker blank. For instance
N. I. Woodburn ol Stork won the football if the score in the Tornadoe game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
cont.it blank that I week for the Bradford Coun 7, the correct score was 26 points.
ty Telegraph's football contort.H.missed only 4) All decisions of the judges are final. A second tiebreaker will be us-
two out of tho 1*
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F i '- Worthington Springs is abilzz witha duce large amounts of handmade enough to dine with the Worthington
Y flurry of activity each year at this items, they don't last long. Springs Civic Club will be clamoringfor
P II >,r"AT' time as people prepare for the an Proceeds from the sale go toward this major tome on delectable
nual Worthington Springs Civic Club projects of the civic club for the goodies of all descriptions.
Bazaar for community.From The cookbook goes on sale next
1 l set Saturday, Nov. 16,
ri bs ,i from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Starke, travel out SR-100 to Wednesday, Nov. 20, and will be
The Worthington Springs Civic the flashing traffic light in Lake available at the bazaar.
",. Club met in its log cabin-style Butler and turn left on SR-121.That Books are $5 each and include
,. t. .t, ; ,,., 'C'. >/ clubhouse Tuesday, Nov. 5, to put road will take you approximately 13 recipes on everything from 'ap
>' "' '''' :: :, finishing touches on the myriads of miles into Worthington Springs petlzers to desserts as well as
., ,;,/.,,}\ .a i art and craft items that will be where the Community Center is on helpful hints from the veteran chefsin
I" h, h u ..&'..,-; ,.., "il } 11 available at the bazaar. the right hand side of the road Worthington and several other
1 }lantl-sewn items of all shapes and areas.
"":- -. will be available for Contact Worthington Springs
V\ w descriptions the Cookbook... any
A discerning shopper who prefers Civic Club member or pick up your
.L.1k.z their Christmas' gifts to be more per Anyone who has ever been lucky, _copy at the bazaar _
sonal than the usual commercialized .. '- ,' ....
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Handmade quilts, needleworked
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Christmas tree skirts, tree decora-
i /Ac lions handwoiked baskets, and \ (Associated with Dr. ,Harry Gruen)
many other decorative and useful
items will be on sale at the bazaar, now Announces
as well as delicious baked goods.
C People come from the surrounding
counties each year to look over the EVENING DENTAL SERVICES
items at the bazaar, and they try to
tome early because even though the 6-9 PM
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,the prices of the blankets are '
The Worthington Springs Civic Club has set its an llamlmadr quilts pillows dolls, \\v\icatlis wall anti SATS JO ANN'S
I nual bazaar for Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Community tree dccor.iliniih ore only ,i few of the many aiticlos incorrect. The correct prices are .
Center on Sli-121 in Worthington Springs from 91"m.to thatiII In1 available for shoppers who want. l 10 givesonlcthiug regular 5.99 to 74.99 now only iflUO RIILTURKEY DAY IS ON ITS WAY! i i !
4 p.m. extra special for Cluislmas this j.t'ar.I 4.49 to 56.24. We regret this '
Table Decorations Cook
oversight and apologize for any Inconvenience .i lityndGiftShrphe: iJ '
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Insurance Commission takes action Central Fla. ,
against. agents 2i: U. P. 301 South- Acrai from NormiiVi Market
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State Insurance CommissionerBill charged Payne with failing to file a $500 under an agreement approved! ffROCHET
Closed Wed.&Sun. I ERAMK WATERMELON BASKETS
Gunter has taken action against report of assets and liabilities as regwred by Gunter September 16. An ad-
eight Central Florida insurance of bondsmen. minstrative complaint filed June 26 Centers .i ((904))964-8547 *" OUECTIBLES i

agents insurance charged laws. with violating state N.W.Robert 27 Terrace Maynard, Gainesville Jacobs,, 3324 sur charged allowing Shively unlicensed with people two counts to sell of 137 t,Walnut Stml. It.... tr+ WRlliiAW1: fI:lW1VFN i trt 'AWiBIt: I

Gunter suspended the license of rendered his licenses as a life and policies Under the settlement -
bondsman Leslie Earl Peeler, 2090 general lines agent under an agree- agreement Shively did not admit "' --
Council Heights, Lake City, on Oc ment approved by Gunter October 3. any violations He is licensed as a
tober 8 in an emergency order. An Jacobs was being investigated by life and general lines agent FREE HEARING TEST
administrative complaint filed the the Insurance Department for Gunter revoked the licenses of
same day alleged that Peeler has allegedly misappropriating perfor Sheila Lee Hendncks P.O. Box 341,
been charged with five counts of mance bonds. Cross City on September 25 after
forgery which is grounds for im David Tucker, 206 North Beach Hendricks failed to respond loan ad- Gainesville Hearing Aid is coming to STARKEWe
mediate suspension of a bondsman's Street, Suite 110, Daytona Beach, minstrative complaint filed August
license. was fined $750 and placed on probation 13. She had been charged with eight
Roslyn Bassett, 206 Buttonwood for one year under a settlement counts of misappropriating
Drive, Longwood, surrendered her approved by Gunter September 25. premiums, and was licensed as a will be at Mitchell's Rexall) Drug on Call Street the
license as a fraternal benefit agent An administrative complaint filed life, disability and general lines
under an agreement approved by August 13 charged Tucker with three agent. FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH from 9 a.m. until
Gunter Oct. 4. Bassett was being in counts of selling policies for a company Gunter also revoked the licensesof
vestigated by the Insurance Depart he was not licensed to repre Emory Dewey Singletary, Route 1 1:30: p.m. to better serve our customers.
ment for allegedly misappropriating sent and failing to follow life- 1, Perry Singletary was licensed as
premiums.John insurance replacement regualtions. a general lines, life disability and
Clinton Payne, 7522 SnyderSt. Under the settlement agreement legal expense agent and as a bondsman Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
., Orlando, was fined $500 and Tucker did not admit any violations.He He pleaded guilty to 14 counts ., I
placed on probation for one year is licensed as a life and disability of grand theft in March, and Gunter 1003 NW 23rd Avenue
under settlement agent. charged him with 10 counts of
proved a by Gunter October agreement 7. An ap ad- William J. Shively, 3501 S.W. Se misappropriating clients' Gainesville. FL 32609,

minstrative w.. complaint filed! ,April 16 cond Ave."" ,...Gainesville.-- "''''t>.,-, was" fined\' 'j premiums:'1" J' ,..... ..............;,{.,\J, 376-0035 i' .,.-

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A really BIG show.The! elephantine rolls it across the ring and even making their debut performancewith Tickets are available at Spires IGA
stars will shine at showtime of plays the tambourine. the circus.Showtimes Store on SR-231 in Lake Butler.
Elephant hard their sentries,The the entire herd
the Franzen Brothers Circus sponsored When asked to "speak" by her will be a 12 p.m.and 4 On the morning of circus day of>> any approaching post d.nger."RElAlE own. sentry warns
by the Starke Kiwanis Club trainer Wayne Franzen she p.m. Tickets are available at Den- moms dads, and kids are invited to
Saturday Nov. 23, at the BradfordCounty trumpets on command. mark Furniture at 434 W. Call in come to the circus showgrounds to
Fairgrounds on U.S. 301 in Kosti and Megu (pronounced Starke at the Chamber of Commerce watch the feeding of the animals
Starke.In Kahs-tee and Meh-Goo), the two at 202 S. Walnut in Starke. In and then Okha will 'raise the the
her ten minute act, Okha (pronounced baby elephants having( finished Keystone Heights. Tickets are Franzen Brothers'blue and yellow
Oh-Kah), the largest of the their first year of training with available at Watson's Realty or big top.
elephants, kicks a football skips Franzen at the circus' winter Lake Region Travel at 275 Lawrence The three ton elephant will put on
bu Unices all four feet on a globe a'll! quarters in Webster, Fl., will be Blvd in Keystone. In Lake Butler- a harness and pull up the two 35 foot !
center poles of the tent raising three
-=- -4 -0. tons of canvas. An extremely intelligent ;!
'"...... .1' elephant she will take the
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tall but now their trunks are the size I. & steering system.spec.For most American er rotors; pack bearings; Mead A adjust;; -" ;
of vacuum cleaner hoses. road-test most American tan A trucks. ;;0::: !,
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elephantine escapades with the 1 Chevettes extra.Paris extra. I II
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A Really BIG' Show... the gate.Proceeds. ? 31 x 11.5015 . '66.88'33 :;;
from the circus will go .1 t :;
Okha (largest) and Kostl and Megu (two smaller) ford County Fairgrounds on U.S. :301 in Starke with toward Kiwanis Club projects involving .4 -, -_ X 12.50-15 . '77.88ill .
are three elephants which will perform with the shows at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. children including Special r
Franzen Brothers Circus sponsored by the Starke Advance tickets are on sale in Starke. Keystone and Olympics, special education and CORBETTS TIRES &<< SERVICE 2
Kiwanis Club. Lake Butler. ndicapped children.
The circus is set for Saturday. Nov. 2S, at the Brad- I .3' US 301.Temple Ave. 964-6436 ".>
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Keystone Heights Golf and Country Club Pro Terry Catlett has been
busy with classes and demonstrations at the club recently due to steady
growth in memberships as more peoplpe discover the popular sport.
Putting practiceabove( ) Is popular every day of the week at the course. .


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Clubs in Starke, Keystone enjoy rapid growthBy NMttx



!MarkFriedlin ing to be an exciting time for the will use a level to realign the
BCT Staff Writer membership, especially those who drainage ways.
North Florida is a beautiful and have been with the club for a long The surveyors will also determine
challenging area to pursue the links time. where new drainage fields should be ,
with golf,club.-la hand, and the The country club in Starke.-was installed-torm' the course
courses in this region include some started in 1965 and is run by the playable under a wider variety of
of the finest in the nation. members themselves in a true club weather conditions.The .
Interest in the sport has never organization. The same system is in rains have been a problemthis ,
been higher here in Keystone place for the club in Keystone year on the fairways and greens
Heights and Starke where rising Heights where the number of and have played havoc with the -
memberships at the two local coun- members have growth steadily since Club's regularly scheduled events, y
try clubs, both featuring challenging it's founding in the early 1960's. including the Starke City Tournament -
nine-hole layouts, and active Both courses are varied and which was repeatedly
members are paving the way for big challenging for both beginners and postponed last Summer due to the
improvements, rennovations and advanced players alike, with rolling, above-average percipatation."We .
possible expansion in the near hilly terrain facing golfers in will see some big improvements -
future. Keystone Heights and the hazards of out there when the
."People moving into this area as it stands of big pine trees and water surveying crew does their job,"
grows are just starting to discover obstacles in Starke. Starke Pro Herb Herres commented
what a great region this is for the Drainage problems in Starke due commented. "A real leveling job
sport," commented Keystone to recent heavy rains will be hasn't been done here in over 17
Heights Golf and Country Club Pro alleviated soon by an entirely new years. We are really looking forwardto
Terry Catlett. "The weather here is drainage system which will be in- the changes."
great most of the time and the variety stalled as soon as dry weather An intensive redecoration will be
in the is returns to the done in the clubhouse In-
of courses area really. area. facility, Big Changes...
first rate." "The drainage system in place cluding new interior decorating in
At the Starke Golf and Country here now needs to be cleaned out and the banquet room, a new snack bar Starke's Golf and Country Club .
Club the membership has doubled in new drainage routes installed and in the pro shop and expansion to members will soon be enjoying a
the past two years, thrusting the cleared out Knight said "We planto keep up with the new number of complete rennovation of the
club from a break-even propositionto begin the project as soon as the members. clubhouse and banquet roomabove
a thriving organization with big course drys out. We have had some Starke Golf and Country Club Pro at right) as well as changes at the
plans in store for the future. big downpours here in the past three Herb Herres said there is a possibility Pro Shop.
"Plans are underway for a total months. We sure don't want to drivea that the club will expand its The tree and water hazardsdnid-( .pry.
rennovation and refurbishing of the two-ton truck out there to do the course from nine to 18 holes die right) make the Starke course a ,.
clubhouse and the pro-shop," said work until they will hold up. They'vegot sometime in the near future. challenging one for enthusiasts. r
Starke Golf and Country Club Chief to be dried out first."
Greenskeeper and Maintenance A surveying crew will follow the See Page 10 Photoi ly Mark/, ..dIhiy
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Obituaries \ ,;\; \I'. '.


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In MemoryIn Kewait, Roque Siqueira of Arabian following a short illness. Palms Chapel. Burial followed In Church of God.Survivors Andrew D. ScarboroughMr.
Gulf and Alcanto Siqueira of India; Born September 10, 1907 in St. Keystone Heights Cemetery, with include his mother, Andrew Dale Scarborough,74,
remembrance ol Edna J.Thomas and one sister, Loanlicao Medes of Louis, Mo., Mrs. Hartz moved to Jones Funeral Home of Keystone in Mrs. Laura Broskey of Gainesville; of Hillsville, died Tuesday in the VA
October, 19113 Brazil. Keystone Heights three years ago charge of arrangements. four sisters, Verna Davis of Starke Hospital in Salem, N.C.
God doesn't always promise life to Funeral services were held Nov. 5 from Wayne, N.J. and was a meberof Della Robins, Rosemary Jewell and Survivors include his wife Mrs.
be fairThatls at St. Edwards Catholic Church with the Park of the Palms Chapel. Newton BroskeyMr. Sylvia Davis, all of Gainesville; Lillian D. Scarborough; one son,
why we must cherish every Father Joseph Finlay officiating. A Survivors include her husband, Newton (Buddy) Broskey, 58, three brothers, Carl Broskey of Emmett Scarborough of Annapolis,
moment we share. in each of Rosary Service was held Nov. 4 at 7 Sylvester Herman Hartz of of Gainesville,died Wednesday,Oct. Gainesville, Henry Broskey of Md.; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy
You are still so special p.m. Burial followed at Crosby Lake Keystone; three daughters, Mrs. 30 at the VA Hospital in Gainesville Starke and Arthur Broskey of Tam- Mitzel of Hampton; two brothers,
our We hearts have, treasured Cemetery, with Jones Funeral. Catherine Hartz Nye and Ms. following an extended illness. pa.Graveside Ervin of Whiteford,Md.,and Robertof
so many Home in charge of arrangements.Mrs. Deborah Sophia Hartz, both of Born and raised in Bradford Coun- services were con Newark, Del.; eight grand-
memories that from will never
us, Chicago, Ill., and Mrs. MargaretAnn ty, Mr. Broskey attended Bradford ducted Saturday, Nov. 2, in children and four great-
part. Margaret Hartz Mann of White Plains, N.Y.; County schools. He entered the U.S. Evergreen Cemetery in Gainesvillewith grandchildren.Funeral .
smile sweet
Your ,
blue. was so your Mrs. Margaret Buschart Hartz, and one grandson, Jason L. Nye of Army and served in the Korean Con Rev. Walter Montz officiating. services were Thursdayat
eyes We so can never forget our loving 78, of Park of the Palms in Keystone Roanoke, Va.Funeral flict. He was employed by the City of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of the Fairview PresbyterianChurch
mother this is true. Heights, died Sunday, Nov. 3 in services were held Gainesville as a caretaker until his Starke was in charge of ar with burial in Monta Vista
so
So look down upon us, guide us North Florida Regional Hospital Wednesday, Nov. 6 at Park of the retirement. He was a member of the rangements. Memorial Gardens.

from above
And always remember for you,

your family undying love. .-- --- .u_ _______ ___
We love and miss you-
Randy,Debbie,Cindy,and
Candy, Mandy,Tommy and Melissa

BCT OBITS

Arthur McRaeMr.

Arthur Roy McRae, 81, of
Starke,died Friday, Nov. 1,at Brad-
ford Hospital following a lengthy il-
lness.
Born August 27, 1904 in Starke,Mr.
McRae was a Superintendent of
Bradford County Schools from
January,1945 to December,1948. He
taught school from 1920 to 1941 and l MMHMm HHMaHi MHHMHi H
his salary in his first year of
teaching in 1921 was $220 per year.
He was a deacon of First Baptist America's
Church in Starke and a member of Supermarket
the F A'M Lodge and the
Cattlemen's Association.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.

Ernestine son, Walter Buddington B. "Buddy"McRae McRae; one of rp-acnE--;;'t.i --- @l rp nR s ;;ii l i PRscref @lIRn

Starke; one brother Owen W. .. \ll f/ !e
II\ULH1\D-
Il\n 1
McRae of Starke; and 4 sisters, Mn .1
Louise Norman, Iris M. Crosby, both oU'P ", SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A' I -+I --CO'U' FOlGERSFlAKE I I I *...co./ -' ARROW I 11 '
of Starke, Odessa Taylor of Raiford I
and Audrey Mobley of Jacksonville. ;. 'A LARGE EGGS i .. COFFEE1ALUMINUM i FOILI i
Funeral services were conducted t

Monday, Nov. 4 at First Baptist /. :... '''"- J 'p-i: i I ,R l I' I i C I I
Church of Starke with Rev. Ben |I .
Bryant and Rev. Bobby Epps of- Ijffibf $149 9 '
ficiating. Burial followed at Crosby ....j 002. I' II 13-oz.BAG I' I f ." 25' 12"ROLL ii-- I II

Lake Cemetery. Jones Funeral fW1JI
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Home of Starke was in charge of ar I -- -COUPON"GOOD NOVEMBER 7- 13. 185 :>@II@ COUPON GOOD NOVEMBER 7. 13. 1985 1@1 OtifrW COUPON GOOD NOVEMBER 7--31U5
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rangements.Mrs. ..------------- ----------- --------- ---- ----------- ------------- ------ ----

Lena KenneyMrs. MOUIAR or IIOHTOLD
Leana "Lena"Kenney, 81, of MILWAUKEE PRICES GOOD
Starke, died Friday, Nov. 1 at Brad- 6 12 PAK oiCANS. $169 THURS. WED., QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS

ford Hospital following a lengthy il- BEER s . . . NOVEMBER 7 13, 1985 .;:O4Klf_ STOMI-.,.'"
lness. 1 "
TAYLOR CHAILIS VIN LOSE SHINS
Born September 13, 1904, in Plain- or
field, N.J., Mrs. Kenney was a retail IBATH CALIFORNIA
food store clerk, and a member of $349
CELLARS WINES .1161LTp FILL YOUR FREEZEIBLSALE
the Presbyterian faith. IISSUI . .
Survivors include a friend, Mrs. PtISTIOI OVIN HONEY WHEAT or + '
Ann McCrary. LIGHT GRAINBREAD
Graveside funeral services were .
held Monday, Nov. 4 in Crosby Lake . . :.;:
Cemetery,with Rev.Don Weaver of- 44
ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of ,

Starke rangements.was' .in charge of ar. BEEF STEAKS \ Tf J.'e' ."-.I *A99

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In MemoryIn PORK SPARERIBS .- .WM470

loving memory of our beloved ( PORK RIBLETS $
mother, grandmother, sister, and c\ w 990
aunt, Mrs. Louise (Pandora) I \ SMOKED or THICK SLICED
Glover, who departed this life o u 4 PALMOLIVE SLAB BACON RIND v.-$1590
November 6, 1978.

Loving and kind in quick all your to ways, p i JEIQUID CORN DOGS . . . sis $ "
so willing to help, so
sincere and true in your heart andmind i COLD KIST
beautiful memories you left I\ I 0 CHICKEN BREAST PATTIES . : -,$15"GOLD
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Webster, and nieces and nephews.
BEEF PATTIES . . . 00a 3W
Samuel C. McLellan Jr. [ SO"4 ot PATTIES n',LB

Samuel C. McLellan, Jr., 65, of --' ALL BEEF PATTIES . . O.159s

Darlington, S.C., died Sunday, Nov. L SNOW
3, in a hospital in Columbia, S.C., CRAB CLUSTERS . . :sl2w
following an illness. '
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Maude Dowling McLellan, formerlyof .4 p .
Raiford, Fl. 1. I Y
Funeral services were held Tuesday
Nov. 5, at the Central Baptist
Church of Darlington. Services were "
conducted by Rev. James L. Oliver. a I : ffOASTQMRIfRS
Burial followed in Florence S dI

Memorial Gardens, directed by Ul. $CHOICE 1
Kistler Funeral Homes of Darling :
ton.
Mr. McLellan was born in Marion
County, the son of the late Samuel
Cicero McLellan, Sr., and Mattie t.
Campbell McLellan. He graduatedfrom
Marion County High School.
During World War II he served .
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overseas in the U.S. Army in North
Africa and Italy with the 178th FA GOLDEN RIPE
Battalion and 248th FA Battalion. He '
was awarded the bronze star medal L L o O
for meritorious actions in combat.He / 1
was associated with the Rabb '

Packing House in Darlington for 31 ;;:: /J ;..,:.. 4 ..
years as co-owner and manager until RRESTI6I
his retirement in 1982.
Survivors include his wife: Annie
Maude Dowling McLellan of Darlington I
formerly of Raiford, Fl.
Also surviving:
One son- Edwin G. "Eddie" : .. .
McLellan of Darlington; four CREAM CHEESE
daughtersMrs.. Carol M. Jordan of Now you can save up to*84 [$jAlq K'Q J t
Johnsonville, S.C.; Mrs. M. Vivianof GGIi "' _,.fi1l/ when you collect a complete "'- '
Pamplico, S.C.; Mrs. Marsha M. l7/ChGG set of this exquisite '
Evans and Mrs. Pat Christey, both STONEWARE puixelairr-on-xteel tookwdre '
of Darlington, S.C. Ui
Four brothers- Mr. Hubert
McLellan and Mr. James C. ; 51/2 qt. DA

McLellan,-both of Florence, S.C.; Covered'DUTCH $16911 -
Mr. Bobby G. McLellan of Columbia _
S.C.; and Rev. Franklin D.McLellan OVEN' purLhA... Hv -. ACH-r ;,MIC' >M"$-,
of Orangeburg, S.C. @
Three Bisters- Mrs. Verge M. "):. :j SPECIAL RETAIL WITHOUT PURCHASE$26.99 L '
Youmans and mrs. Joyce M. Stork 1- Snug Filling Dome Cmvn''Fosv Clean/ IntvminitomKi
both of Florence, S.C.; and Mrs: '. / Steel/Flame Guards L '
M. Coleman of .
Eloise Darlington.Seven ------------------

grandchildren. F 8 SPECIAL WEEKLYSAYINGS _.. ;

Frenacisco SiqueiraMr. ; SnithamptonTahlUortCiJki.lionYJU : 9

Frenacisco Carvaho Siqueira, : 2 qt. Souffle :

70, of Starke died Sunday, Nov. 3 in '*" :,.1 i
Bradford Hospital following a sud- : I I', -- f COUPON GOOD NOVEMBER 7-13, 1989 I

den Wness. in Goa India r,n : i $099 :
Born July S., 1915 I -
Mr. Siqueira moved here from Indiain 1 I. f W. .
1982. He was a tailor and a 1 foil ":1 I II II' La11pINt PlI1p..
,1 wetiwltil.. .Ip"n, i59! !' rI
member of St. Edwards Catholic L______________________J ,
Church.
Survivors include his wifer'Mrs.
Aliira Siqueira of Starke; two ) '
daughters. Zita Rodney of Starke .
and Finiana Deal of Kanaplus, N.C.;
three brothers. Antonio Siqueira of .



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November 7, 1985 BSECTION PageSy. r:'4,


Store winter clothes carefully' I '. -\


by Dlann Douglas dust hair lint,and dirt. Insects feedon destroyed by moths. '
Bradford-Union Home EconomistStore all of this as well as on mold and -Even though rainy days bring on
Summer Clothes Clean and Dryi fungi. Watch for crickets, moths, indoor projects, clean and pack
From your bathroomto With cold weather approaching, silverfish or carpet beetles in your clothes on a clear, dry day. Cottons
some attention should be given to clothes closet. and other fibers will absorb.
your bedroom, your storing seasonal items. After the closet is clean and moisture on a rainy or humid day.If .
The long, wet summer takes its fresh,make repairs and dry clean or your hanging space is limited,
kitchen to your living room toll on summer clothes when it launder every item to remove soil use cardboard boxes for stoage.,
enhance the looks of your comes time to store them. It's temp- and stains that would attract insectsor Clean and spray them with a com
ting to jam them into a closet or stuff mildew. mercial insect spray before you
home with them into boxes and forget them un- pack your clothes. Fold clean
til next spring. It is also disappointing The most important precaution to clothes neatly Into the box. Then
Ceiling Fans from... to find last year's clothing take before storing clothing is to tape and label the box and store in a
damaged by insects and mildew. store it clean.Dirt and body oils will clean, dry place.
FANS 'N STOVES Start with the closet. A clean rot the fabric. And even though in- Clean and repair shoes and store
closet is a necessity.Clean it out and sects will only eat natural fibers, them in boxes to avoid dust.
Ceiling Fans GaloreChoose vacuum carpeting thoroughly or they have been known to damage .Cedar chest and cedar closets
scrub floors. Wash the walls and man-mades that have food stains. will not kill insects, so be sure the
from one of the o shelves and spray for insects with a Different fabrics are susceptibleto clothes you store in them do not
commercial spary. different insects or molds.Cottonsare carry deposits of insect eggs.
Largest slections In X40 Use your vacuum attachment to damaged by mildew; cotton,' These cleaning measures take
/ (S ,get in and around creylces to get rayon and blends of these are time, but if you pack clothes into
North Florida C &.. e cellulosic and they attract silverfishand clean storage areas, you will go alone
& c crickets. Some winter clothes way to preserving your clothes
? have a wool content, which can be until next year _
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SAVE on your 4'b )

bill by Qk> ... ... Eyesight ChangesDon't USDA seeks comments"The
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circulating the cg ,..' $b' U.S. Department of re-evaluated if legislative changesin
heat Agriculture is seeking public com- the procedure for quota deter-
throughout .s. ment to help determine the national mination are enacted before the
your house. / t marketing quota for the 1986 crop of marketing quota is announced,"
flue-cured tobacco," said John Roberts said.
Ask how -<& &::4<::-. ff Stop letting Roberts, of the Union County ASCS Any person who would like to send
Office. any written comments pertaining to
at b your money this program should do so. Your
< "Options being considered for the comments should be sent to arriveno
FANS 'N STOVES < .>v Q+ float out your 1986 national marketing quota range later that November 15, 1985 to:
(; from an amount equal to the 1985 Directgor, Commodity Analysis
Heat
Slb chimney. quota (no cuts) to 4 percent below Division, ASCS/USDA, P.O. Box
your houseefficiently the 1985 quota. These options will be 2415, Washington, D.C. 20013.
take your eyesight for
and granted. Having good vision often
COME BE A TV START
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manual oiling. Chain Brake QUAKER STATE 42 OZ. RINSO WONDERFOIL BAR SOAP
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Dennis Ralph Lester, 32, from recognicance.\ Arrested officer was improper tag. $:00 bond. Arresting officer was Morrison was released after Champ convenience store at Market
Pasco County, was arrested Tues peputy Sheriff John Dempsey. Mathiswas' released from jails Deputy Sheriff, Sammy,Eunice. posting a $1,000 surety bond. Road and US-301., Morrison, accor-
day, Nov.5,for driving under the influence when he posted a $250 cash bond I Ii ;' I Morrison is charged with swinginga ding to the police report! hit Flack,
by Florida Highway Patrol. Martella Eugene Moore, 19, was David Marion Morris ope. ,28, of pulpwood chain at David Flack slapped Flack's wife, then got the
Trooper William Langston. arrested Nov. 1 by Deputy Sheriff Jays Baker,30,of Starke,was arrested Flagler County, was arrested here during an !:argument! at the Lil chain and struck Flack.. with-It.. -.-
Lester,, whose blood-alcohol level David Aderholt and charged with Oct. '31 and charged with Nov. 2 by Starke Patrolman John ----- '
was .15, was released under $325 having no tag. passing a worthless check. Hodges and charged with aggravated -
bond. Moore posted a bond of$101.85 and ,_ ,Baker was released after posting aid battery

was released. Under New Management

James Holder,28,of Bradford Sinclair Holmes, 42, of Union .. .. .. ", 1.,
County was arrested Nov. 4 for County, was arrested Oct. 31 on 1 r I
writing a $200 worthless check. charges of violation of probation by 1
301
Holder is free after posting a$200 Eugene Lee. LIQUORS
bond. Arresting officer was Deputy i Holmes was picked up on an I
Sheriff John Dempsey. Alachua County warrant. J7S TRESSMANAGEMENT LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE

Pearlie Mae Simmons, 46, of Edward Darrell Mathis, 22, of
1 Mile North of Starke Fla U.S. 301
Bradford County,was arrested Nov. Bradford County was arrested Nov. on
3 for disorderly intoxication. 1 by Starke Patrolman W.C. Reno
Simmons was released on her own and charged with theft, no tag, and OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -

Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2

I News Briefs Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1 to 11

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court action Monday, Nov.4.
Youth Charged Lawson is being held! in Bradford
County Jail under no bond for viola- I Happy
tion of parole. He has entered a writ- MUSIC
With AssaultAndrew
ten plea of not guilty to nine chargesof i Hours Drinks
sexual battery and lewd acts. Thursday Saturday
Chaff, 19, a Bradford The motion was made by Public 5 to 7thruFri. :
youth charged with aggravated Defender Dennis Wells, who is Learn to manage the stress in your life through: Mon. Starts at 9 Tuesday
assault reckless display of representing Lawson.
dangerous weapon and battery,has lifestyle change exerdse Sunday at 7 1/2 Price
been allowed by Judge George PSI OrderedIn assertiveness training time with the Starts
managementThis
at 7
Pierce to enter a pre-trial interven- Stabbing Case
tion program.If four session class is sponsored by the Laurel River Band
Chaff behaves himself for six Wayne P. Hutchins, 34, of Starke, BH Center for Health and Fitness
months, the charges will be dismissed pleaded guilty to one of two counts of Featuring: Jerry Caldwell,
under the conditional contract aggravated battery in the stabbingof I
TIME: 6:30: p.m. 830: p.m. and Brian with BalladLadies
Morgan Johnny
between the state and Chaff. his son, Tony during an argu-
The-case involves March 8 incident ment.A DATES: November 18 & 25 December 2 & 9, 1985 \
at the Econo-Lodge in which presentence Investigation has PLACE: Bradford Hospital, Inc. Library
COME ON OUT FOR FUN AND GOOD MUSIC
several persons were caught by been ordered.Disposition of the case COST: $32.00
manager Pat Slack while loading a has been deferred until the PSI is
$40.00 C.E.U credit --- -
cooler of ice. Chaff trying to leave completed.The .
the scene,struck Mrs.Slack with the second count of aggravated CONTACT: The BH Center for Health and Fitness, 9644210BH CORRECTIONAL E sl--l!
left rear portion of the tailgate of the battery will be dropped by the state,
truck which he was driving, knock- according to personnel in the county I MONDAYS ARE YOUR DAYS! :
clerk's office.Padgett. Center for Health and Fitness I I
ing Ms. Slack to the ground.
Chaff has been charged with two 922 Eat:: Call Street I Well Drinks 1.25 ... Beer '.90 I II

misdemeanors in the past year. Jailed Starke FL 32091 I MUST SHOW I.D. I
For NonSupportThomas ((904)) 9644210 L-------------7-----------.J

Burglary Nets Padgett, 26, of Bradford BH Center for Heats end Fitness Is.a member of Santa Fe Healthcare Systems Inc.,
Year in BC Jail County, was sentenced Monday, a Florida not for profit healthcare corporation.
Nov. 4,to five months and 29 days in
Daniel Williams, 34, of Rt. 2, the county jail after failure to pay
Starkewas sentenced Monday,Nov. child support as ordered by the
4, to 365 days in the Bradford County court.
after pleading guilty to burglary of a Padgett paid $349 while in court
structure. Monday, and must by an additional
Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green $401 before he can be released from Paint It All This Fall
sentenced Williams after he pled jail. "
guilty to burglary of a structure May
16, a trailer owned by Lonnie Col-

eman. with JACKSON'S BIG SPECTACULAR
Lawson Refused I J JAmong

Bond Second Time
Sale Prices Good MOBILE
A second motion to set bond on certain tribes,women were Through IBLPI Fall / Winter Sale
J.R. (Jim) Lawson was again refus- not allowed to eat tiger meat, last, FAINTS
ed by Circuit Judge R.A. Green..' -in It make them too strong-minded. Dec. 31, 1985
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ONTROlStarke b.caui* this li th r
EXTERIOR or wherever super
GARDEN Open 9-6 wothabillty It required lik. 'l'''' paint for everything..In-'
CHCMICAICO HOUSE PAINT walls In kitchen and ttd*or out.Croat lor imall) '
CENTER 539 E. Call St. Scientifically Created playroom Colono match r (obi and touchupi.v p QlBElf f
for this Climate Coventry Wall Paint. No. fuss ., \O\1 Reg 22.43 Oy 1ewru
cleanup lust us. water

DON'T LET, BUGS SPEND THE factory=List $ 15.98 Gal. "$16
$13 9 9 9 9
WINTER IN YOUR HOME... 22.13 GAL. _. Factory List '19.43 GAL.


Kill them on with
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BUHL'S CONCENTRATE q I q. Enamel Available In [!!] "..,U h For Use On All Expos-
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8 oz. Bottle makes 1 Go. Spray '.Sr Variety Of Beautiful Is Beautiful LastingPreservative. MO TE.d

Hi Kill 749 List Factory'3 60 A i Colors. Also Available ... >_toi..j__House.___.___PoU.__ Our Toughest Exterior .
eiy In Pints. Quarts, or ".ft ..
Paint.
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Contains Baygon Reg. 9.49New Gallon Use it and you, too,

Hi Kill' 599 will join a host

Contains Dursbon Reg. 7.99 2.69 of otherSatisfied 12.99


Spray It Easy with a "Spray Doc" (Spray Can) Folk Factory List '20.10



Compresser Air Sprayer RUS-KIL 'EXTERIOR PRIMERS" SpeeDeck

"..""' factory Lilt S 17.93 "
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r1T .Full Rotating 18"Wand with sp np prlfn ./ Quick Drying fl I oar/f>eck fna"'"
$1 0 0 Now 14.29 .
Adjustable Nozzle-4'Hose Resists Moisture 1IIii\'"'

'I 1000 Gal.1 P Size-Wide Mouth jaus fM&L Per GallonOff 6.6 LATEX PRIMER And Salt Water ....,

C'w Reg.29.99 List '21.38 _
Special 1888Camellias $ 13.99 _
SalePrice Now 14.29 0,1. GAL'. 'AGIIO..,



MOBILE HOME ROOF COATING List

AchitedundFactory
Penetrating-Preservative An Acrylic! Plastic- '
For all wood sidings. Type Emulsion with ,. -.n. '
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Fences. Shakes
In Bud & Bloom i Extreme Whiteness; RpOFE HOME ( {!i Exterior
I (: Factory LUtvt Magnesium Silicate : Flat Wall
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088w :: :. !"' $13". for Properties Strength to; and Resist '/. urglNf r-

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9.99 $8 99
UP : Gal. Saverl. List TWALLF1NISH .
59.99 '.87. =-l. Gal.
Reg. up to 13.99

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srl"\\. AllBrushes EMOM CD e tel $1.06

Paulan Model-2000' & Rollers .
J Ladders & Caulk Our premium latex interior wallpaint Off

12" Bar & Chain % Drop Cloths one-coot coverage, a .. '
Paint Remover beautiful finish \ ,
.;/ R D.M 64.99 :. Paint Thinners n ,- r.. 1QQ Per Gallon
129" Not Otherwise Fer ry -J: BLP
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PLUS. wtth Saw rurchai: PLUS with Saw Fmchas:. .
Buy Ml"V..lu. 18", 34" v.... '
Nr41b Buy a ..:r Lake Butler US 301 S. Starke Keystone Heights

.. IIIy 29" Can gCwONY 1411 :'1 .': L S.W. 6th Avenue 964-6078 Jct SR 21 & 100
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'Pines has .., ,'"t,, ,,.:" I i I;Iil>.,://I:,
Whispering Halloween ,' .', ,
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Residents of Whispering Pines Care (middle) who was dressed like a prisoner,
Center in Starke had a wonderful time at complete with ball and chain. (Top, '.. \
wi'rN the Halloween party planned for them by background) Carlton Simmons and Jerl
the staff last Thursday, Oct:;31. Thompson cheer Farris on at the sponge FLA.TWIN THEATRE- -- -

toss.Bottom Starke 964-5451
(Top) Obie Farris makes a spirited hurl ) Dolly Kunig waves for the
with a wet sponge at. Director. Pat Scanlon. camera to show off her outlandish Open Every Night
.Tr ... _'_- _u._ ._ 1.11 costume y, _and_ -.hat. S I -"Sfoo?PECur, ."'' '''I II j
{ ilL 1111II.SOB Showd*
I L._Tuttdty___:3iflowAJSTARTS .'
1+ Sylvia and H.L. Thomas, owners of the FRIDAY
New Method Laundries in Starke
j 1 i introduces Profes3ional Dry Cleaning
in Lake Butler at their new business.... -
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; 1iHH % Hi !'S Dry Cleaning SCREEN 2

Main Street -'Lake Butler 496-0094
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Behind Lyman Green's 301 DRIVE-IN

&* :iI Old Bar-B-Que Restaurant Starke 964-7484
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8:00-12: NOON Sat.


ANYTHING BROUGHT IN TODAY PLUSExterminator

WILL BE OUT TOMORROW BY 4 PM i II

NEXT DAY SERVICE x301"MONDAY NIGHT-SPECIAL 1I
Adults .... $1.50
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HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL'* FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR'
HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULA1JON ;i
BEST BUYS AROUND ON USED UNITS
FIBERGLAS BAtTS NEW Otf OfcO CONSTRUCTION .
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DEAN CASSELS INSULATION, 1985 F-350 Dualie 1985 Porsche 944 $oq >1QK
t STARKE. I 6.9L Diesel, 4 speed, air, 4,500 miles .. $16,995 6,000 miles, .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .OUU

1985F-150(4x4)( ) sin 1985 Olds Cutlass $ -4n
9 9 5 QQC
, Suncoast Wants to Install Your L.W.B., 351,XL,Auto, Air, Glass .. .. Supreme Brougham .. .. .. .. IUj 7 W

: New Floors Before the Holidays 1985 Toyota Mark Hi VanLoaded 1984 Ford Tempo $ c
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1984F-250(4x4)( ) 1984 Mustang GT $n one
s16 495
Supercab Diesel,XLT,Tilt,Cruise . Loaded , .. .. .. .. 53j .OO
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1984 Bronco H 1984 -Bird Turbo $
.. ((5 to choose from) ..I........... from 10,495 Black .!.. ... .. .. ...... ... .. .. -jn,4051983Delorean
3 Rooms of Carpet .

Living Room, Dining Room & Hall 351 1984F-250(4x4)H.D.,Auto,Tilt,(Cruise)...... ..: $1 1 ,995 Original i 1 14,000 miles ....... ..... .. ..... ... .. Offer

$388Complete 1983 F-250 Supercab 1983 Mustang LX

I 460, XLT,.Auto, Air . ...r.. .... .. . $9,995 Convertible, Loaded .. .. .. .. .. . .. $10,495
.,!! .Installation. with pad (price based on 40 sq. yds.)
1983 Bronco ((4x4)) 1982 Mercury Zephyr $ OQR
We Also Have Custom XLT, Auto, Air, Glass . ... ".. $1 .,995 GS, 4 Door, Loaded .. .. . ... .. .... .. 4 jfci2 V
Convenient Shop at Home Made Cabinets and'

Service Call Now and Remodeling Johnson by like 1982 New Granada. . .. . .Squire. .. . ._Wagons5,095
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Sake 750 ML. 3.75 44.00 + LITER.
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i! ( NOTICE starke Area WaY1t11d: t. a;


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should/ be submitted -
j to the Brodlord ''County HELP WANTED CECELIilERWIItkGA .
FOR SALE YARD SALES
T.I.groph office In writing and paid In t ,
advance unless/ credit I I. already EETATI ;
RAINED OUT LAST WEEKS FULL TIM REAL SALESPEOPLE
Children
established with this office CAMPER 1978 35' fifth wheel. American 'uli
II : women and men clothe, old dishes, Scholarship available I ERA Tiffin and tt.9arE.ALTY
: THE TELEGRAPH. STAFF MISTAKES CANNOT IN Traveler with 20 ft. awning, fully self- many household Item. Typewriter, Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 ,W,Layfayette
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR contained price neg. 5332411. Call. club. St. 944-5065 7/4 Ifn. .
elec.
trolling motor golf much
\ CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER after ,
6 tfn
. p.m. 5/16 more. 385 Alton Rd. Itpd 11/7 CRUISI SHIP JOBS! Great Income pot.n.tlal. .
THE TELEPHONE. ROLLS OF HAYi Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur All occupation For Info call
li TUESDAY, SAT. 11/'. 2 gee heater*, 1 kerosene I I
Clarified deadline Gasklns, 762-3727 after 3 p.m. 5/16 tfn heater, clothes, odd& ends 610 Alton, 312-742-8620 ext. ,362.1,10/24] | 4tpd'
to Thursday publication.
NOON
prior BRADFORD LIMEROCK
19 words for$2: .75, Rd., Starke. Hpd 11/7 i 11/14
Minimumcharg.Is SALES SATURDAY S families plus 2 EXCELLENT INCOME for pact-time home PHONE '".7776
th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. Umerock& Pill Dirt new
families. Lot of new stuff radio furniture assembly work. For Info call
205 N. .mpl Stark
20 yd. seml-loods only 504.641.8003 ext. 9579. 4tpd ,10/10,24 !
jewelry men, women and .
CARS & TRUCKSIT Phone 7S3-3I72 5/23tfchj children cloth.*.. Elsie Norman. 301 11/7,21 .
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sole at near old Thonl go. It pet 11/7 APPLICANTS NEEDED for temporary Today and always, may God bestow his love on you.
IS TRUE you can buy Jeep for $44 Doublewlde Home: Center located FRIDAY/SAT.i mile out 16 East. Turn employment. No ..... Office skills.
through the U.S. Government Get the North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this I I. not left on NE 10th St., I block dawn NE Cashier, sale.. 964-7777. 218 S. The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation of our

facts today! Call 1-312-742-1142 .xt. trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg 12th Ave. 9 til. 11/7 Walnut St. W.W. Professional Office & progress.

609. 4tpd 10/17 31, 11/14.28 FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for GARAGE SALEi Multi-family clothing, Personnel Service 10/31.2tchg 11/7 NEW LISTINGS

MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY! 1982 Corvette, ale at Olln Home Center located on furniture, toy, TV Atari. 147 N.WaterSt. CASHIER for convenience store with gas. CORNER LOT 3'ACRES; Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235 3BR, IBa MH ,
load.d with Beautiful 100 West. This I.I not trailer
extra car.. Beit Highway 8:30 to 4 o.m. Sat. 11/9. Itod 11/7 Apply Psp-O Service Station!, 620 S.
offer. 9648809. 10/10 TFchg furniture. 6/13 tfnchg FRI ft SAT. 11/8-9 B a.m. to 4:30 Walnut. 10/31 2tchg 11/7 plus office bldg. 30x30 well 2 septic tanks 50000. Has been

MUST SELL 1979 Renault Le Car 35,000 WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES giant round Port-a-crlb, playpen baby bed p.m.highchair TAKING APPLICATIONS for redl-mlx a successful car operation/residence combined. Owner to:
mil., 50 mpg new tires, good shape. 14 ft., galvanized' $289.95. Christmas stroller walker driver and production 'personnel. No retire.
carseat.
$1550 firm 964.8848 or 473.3627 10/31 layoway $25 down. 1.752.1999 Lake carrier call., please. Fla. Rock Ind. 311
Stchg 11/14 City. 10/24 lOtpd 12/23 pot, pan, dishes, sheets, phone Edwards Rd. Storks 10/31 2tchg 11/7 SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB. $68,000. With 20%
bedspreads, carpets, single bed. table,
ASPEN WAGON 1980 Dodge, AT PS, LIVESTOCK Two thoroughbred chairs, 13" TV, 16 shotgun M-l PARAMEDIC Immediate opening for a down owner will finance.
1500. Call 473.2817 after 5 10/31 Charolals with calf due In spring. $350. go. carbine Paramedic with sold"as
p.m. rifle rollaway bed. 7 mile South full-time. hospital- MAKE AN OFFER: Wilson Rd. frame/stucco on 1 acre
3tchg 1114FLEETW000 Phone 7823864. 'Itchg 11/7 based ambulance service In Lake
of Stork. Rd. 100 left
on on Itpd 11/7 is".
CADILLAC 1975. on. STEREO CONSOLE) with record player, ''FRI. County. 24 hr. shifts, competitive
SAT.; SUN, MONl 3 mile '
radio and B track like best offer on WALK TO EVERYTHING 431 Center St., frame 3BR 2Ba
owner 31.600 mil... Call 964.7953 bet new Raiford Rd. from Stark. on left Look wages with excellent fringe bandits :
w..n 6-7 p.m. weekdays. 10/31 3tchg Phone 7823380. 11/7 2tchg 11/14 for sign. Itpd 11/7 Contact Personnel Dept.. South Lake $24,300.

11/14 GOAT FOR SALE Also free kittens. 4 FAMILY YARD SALEi Nov. 9, 8 a.m. HI. Memorial Hospital Clearmont, Fla. 533 PRATT ST. 3BR IBa $18,150.PREFERRED .
THUNDERBIRD Ford royal blue, all 9646614. Itpd 11/7 515 Alton Rd. Table w/4 chair, 2 twin 32711. 904-394-4071. 10/31 2tchg 11/7
whit. Int., AC cruise, tilt steering, AT TOPPER paneled Inside. LWB $125. bed sets National Cash Register TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature PROPERTIES
with overdrive. 47,000 orlg. mil.One 4%-2037. 11/7 4tpd 11/28 clothes, ceramics, lots more. Itchg 11/7 person now In Stark. area Regardless HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba brick Country Club lot
own.r. 6500. Call 533.2403 after 6 METAL OFFICE DESK and swivel chair. of experience, write A.B: Hopkins, Box
SAT. NOV. 9i 9 til 6. Furniture, dishes, 478x310 paved driveway 2 car garage fireplace range
p.m. 10/31 TF Exc. condition both for $75. 9647260. 711, Ft. Worth TX, 76101. Itchg 11/7
clothes, etc. Everything priced to sell. refrlg., DW central vacuum hl-fl system drapes & blinds
.CARS JEEPS, TRUCKS under $300 now Itpd 11/7 TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Write
Dirt road by Textile Town 1 mile
available at local sales.Call 1.51 8-3535 USED FURNITURE 5 pc. bedroom suite: ,left. Itchg 11/7 on P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207.11/7 plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000, 8.75% interest.

for your directory to purchase. 24 HRS. couch and matching rocker; coffee YARD SALE Thur.. and Fri 9-5 p.m. 368N. TF Owner will hold second mortgage.
11/7 3tpd 11/21 table and end table; round dinette, POWER PLANT OPERATOR Minimum
Cherry St. 'Itpd 11/7 BARGAIN: Frame home two acres swimming pool. 15000.
171 MERCURY Grand Marquis Loaded, table; odd chain; desk. Phone HS GED
qualifications grad or or
FRIDAY & SAT. Nov. 8, 9. 9 a.m. to 5 WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Efficient 2Vi old
excellent ''running condition. $2,000 9647771. 11/7 2tpd 11/14 418 S. Thompson St. Itpd 11/7 vocational school grad with experienceIn Energy year
OBO. 7823864. Itchg 11/7 MOVING MUST SELL living room and YARD p.m.SALE Old Lawtey Rd. NE 2nd. Sat. the operation of electric generatingand cedar & stone home with handsome great room cathedral

CONVERSION VANS 1978 Ford E-150, AT dining room furniture. Come Seel Con- 9 until. Itchg 11/7 control equipment or any ceilings, stunning fireplace approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth
AC CB, .t.r_. Immaculat. $3995. .rly Estates. Call first. Eves 9644962. equivalent combination of training and
MULTIFAMILY SALEi Sat. 11/9 9 a.m. to master bedroom with king-sized adjoining bath plus two other
Call 4733590. Itpd 11/7 11/72tchg 11/14 .xperi.nce. Prefer experienced
3 ,Stark. Golf C CC. NE 2nd Ave. ft
DOBERMAN PUPPIES all black and tan. p.m. bedrooms & bath with magic door all this on
NEW YORKER 1973 Chrysler, runs good 15th St. 'Itchg 11/7 operator with considerable knowledgeof garage opener
looks good. $375. !Phone 964-4042 or 1 male, 3 female. $50 each. Phone GARAGE SALEt Friday, Sot.. 508 N. power plant generation and over an acre of beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boat-ramp

964-5963. Itpd 11/7 96 .5813 after 3:30 p.m. Itpd 11/7 Walnut St. at Adkln St. Exercise bike, distribution systems. Apply City Hall, and dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
CRUISER WAGON: 1977 Custom, loaded FOX/DEER/COON HOUNDS 6 mile Merrell Dees Office. Itchg 11/7
flexing exerciser, 16 cu.ft.
South of Starke. 301. 4682905. upright part for last. a true value at $65,0001
gr.at condition, $1,000 firm. Phone Hwy freezer stove, elec. floor TWO SALESMEN WANTED Experienced.
964-4080 after 6 p.m. Itchg 11/7 Itpd 11/7 buffer/scrubber gas camp rollaway bed PU Olin Mobile Home Sales, Starke. Apply WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS. 321 Butler Terrace

'174 MUSTANG II: V6 AC 4 speed OAK FIREWOOD Keystone Methodist camper jacks, sofas, Xmas tree lights, In person. 11/7 4tchg 11/28 in the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4BR
mags, $500. Phon. 964.4080 after 6 Church has seasoned oak firewood for HOSTESSES NEEDEDi Shaklee Classics
TV CB antennas (mobile Motivated Seller.
car antenna 2Ba 2000 ft.
approx. sq.
p.m, Itchg 11/7 sale. Any length, delivered and stack Mak parties. Cash paid to
and base), antenna masts, radios .up
1977 PICKUP Custom Deluxe. Coll ed. A full long.bed pickup load Is $45. radio speakers elec. fan car, vacuum, hostesses..not product credit. Phone .BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford

964.5926onytlm.. Itpd 11/7 Call 473-2386 or 473.3829 for delivery. cleaner shop vacuum riding mower 7823790. Itpd 11/7 Villas with a variety of trees paved roads, water, sewage

Itpd 117NEWSPAPER with bagger gas-powered yard FULLTIME HAIRDRESSER Experience re- police protection nice neighborhood $7,0001
HOMES PLATES Aluminum. vacuum, lawn motor home, quired. Call Glenda 9644151. 11/7
sweeper BRICK DUPLEX ft APT. BLDG. Now rented have positive
Measures :24x36". 25 cents each. Great 2tchg 11/14
FOR SALE 9x10 utility bldg., typewriter mans
cash flow and assumable Owner will take
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH suits, square dance dresses, concrete QUALITY SALES POSITION you seek a good mortgages.
135 W. Call St. 9646305. blocks, 20 ft. 2x6s much more. Hours sales position with excellent Income second mortgages for good client.
3 BR 1% BA HOME Saratoga Hts., corner TRAILERS TRAILERS, TRAILERS) 3x8' 8.6 p.m. Itpd 11/7 and management opportunities, call: INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
lot. Enclosed garage, CH&A. Phon. utility trailer, $650; 16' dozer trailer FRI & SAT.i 739 S. Westmoreland: 8-3 AMERICAN REPUBLIC INSURANCE
964.8652. 3/21 tfn $1,700; 16'utility trailer $970; 16' lawn p.m. Clothes, babies to adults lots of COMPANY(800)( )255.2255, ext. 4277. Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.

WOODEN HOUSEi20x20: tin roof, block..d trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle' household Item. Inside. Itpd 11/7 fcan :201HAIRCUTTER KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also ,

up r.ady to move $500.431.1050 tf n frailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 -- -.. with Florida license. Withor 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled plus second
BY OWNER3BR; IBa home, CH and AC ft. ramps $100. Olln's Mobile Home -- -- without following. Busy Shop.
home for family rental several other buildings all
or
r.c room. Nice lot just out of town. Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. BUSINESS Halplanes. 9644645. Itchg 11/7 guests
9645997. 10/31 3tchg 11/14 1/10 tfn OPPORTUNITIESOWN BRADFORD COUNTY Road Departmenthas well maintained. Owner financing.FOR .

EQUITY SALE Home and 5 acres. COPY MACHINES Canon-tor rent or a lob opening for a qualified heavy YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp

Relocating North. P.O. Box 52, Stark., sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon equipment operator. Applications will Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing.
Flo. 32091. 10/31 11/7 YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR be from 7:30 to 4
2tchg home or office copier, $999; Canon office accepted : o.m. p.m.at
BY OWNERS This lovely custom built copier, $1399. Rent to own for as ladles apparel, children, large size, 812B N. 'Grand St., Nov. 112. Equal .A JOY TO LIVE IN Large attractive home in city with little

home with 3-car garage, 3BR. 2Bo, little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, combination store, petite, maternity Opportunity Employer. 10/31 2tchg yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A 3BR. 2Ba

fireplace, patio connecting hallway 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.5764.2/21 accessories. Jordache, Chic Lee Levi), 11/7 spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room utility room
from garage CH/A. All on 1 acre lot. tfn EZ Street, Izod, Esprit Tomboy. Calvin SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks,
Many extras. Beautiful landscaping, 30 ELECTRONIC: ORGAN v$49.99 month. Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Liz drive big truck.. D.O.T certification. skylights, 2 util. bldgs privacy fence. $55,000.
trees, your own lake, swimming and No down payment. Call 1)64.6946.0"per Claiborne Member Only Gasoline, local and ,national job plac.mentni.tana "WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY: OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on .

.fishing.I New d.v.lopm.nt of the Deer- tin ..:. HealthTexover JOOO others. $13,300 ,-, *.V' ,Correspondence/resident .tl y>lLbSyehOI( IijQ h!y teflR&l orjt FgrsytK !Kjf.. 3 ftR; 712:37&
'wood Section |lust S. from Sforke. Ask MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low OS' to$24,900lnventoryl training, fixtures; *r6tnlng.' 'Eligible Institution for federal I barn, greenhouse..s'celf'n9Vans,many trees.. $69,000.. : l
ing $79,000 or best off.r. For Info call $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. 4/04 grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. old) GSL. Call 18002519042. UNITED
964-5006, or eves 964-6489 Louie or tfn Mr. Loughlin 6128886555. Itpd 11/7 TRUCK MASTER. Resident training: WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala block home approx.

Elizabeth. 11/7 2tpd 11/14 COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Stork. MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 unit In Tampa, Fla. Icon 207. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on 50 acres Crawford Rd., plus 4 chicken

LOG HOMESi Over 40 rustic models to Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212. Keystone, house also. $25,000 down, ,JOURNEYMAN PRESSMAN! Experienced barns-a good, going business. Owner financing. Buy all or
choose from. S.nd for FREE 11/24 tfn net 20000. Great tax advantages. on Goes Suburban. Live on the
BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3,000/installed 3734792. 10/24 8tpd 12/12 beautiful Gulf Coast. Contact Arnold part IeNEARLY I
I Rout. I, Box 84CF, Moss, Tenn. 38575. 3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg PENNY STOCKS An oppportunity of the McDonald, Suncoast Media Group NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.

: 18002313695. icon 199BOATS CYPRESS SAWDUST 2 yards deliveredand 80s. For your free report call Chris Inc., 200 E. Miami Ave., Venice, Fla ., Owner financing.

spread $20.468.2624. 9/12121chg Kane, 18004321335. Stuart James Investment 335950104. ((813)) 4842611. fcon 205 .29 GOOD ACRES: 1 mi. W. of Lawtey on CR 225. 15% down
11/28 Banker Member NASD, "JOIN THE WINNING TEAM" We need 3
will finance remainder for 20 at 10%.
owner yrs.
ALL YOU NEED In appliances, used 51 PC. icon 202 sales associates who have above
$10-oOO WEEK AVERAGES Part-time of and GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for 23562.50
17 ft. FIBERGLASS 1973 with 1973 65hp washer dryers, refrlg. and ranges. average expectations earnings
., Johnson with Johnson trolling motor. Appliance Repair and sales, 212 E. Call clerical work. For detail, pelase writ. wish to receive' above average opportunities. GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for $17,078.75.A .

Gator trailer Good condition. St., Stark. 10/314tchg 11/21 to Walker Pub., Box 3107 FLC Denver Watson Realty Is expandingand SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATERS EDGE Sampson Lake ap
TRAVEL TRAILER 1980 Coachman Deluxe CO. 80201. fcan 203 I I. offering extensive training programs
964-7197. 1135 Nell Ct., Stark. Itpd
11/7 32 B. $5.800 cash. Phone 4681000. STEEL BUILDINGi overhead door. Dealerships and full time management. Expect prox. 100' on water x 275' plus a storage shed. 21900.

FISHING BOAT "14 ft. fiberglass boat 10/31 IfnCAMPERI available some area. No franchise to"WIN WITH WATSON"...Call for NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL: 12 acres and large home barn

with trolling motor. 964-8081 after 5pm. no bath. Sleeps 4, good condi f_. We offer more, you earn confidential Interview. 473-4816. Dean workshop various fruit trees. $85,000.EVENINGS .
11/7 11/14 tlon. $600 OBO 473-3903. Itpd 11/7, more than with our competitor. EMPIRE Weaver. Itpd 11/7
2tpd
18006353311. icon 206 I * *
STEEL
GRIFCRAFT 14 ft. boot with 50 hp M.r- 50% OFFI Flashing arrow signs $29911
trolling motor and trailer. $250: Lighted non-arrow $279. Unlighted DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE: Earn $200 pro- FLORILANO
and cury assume payments 964.5745 days, $229. Free letter See locally. fit on $300 sole. Newly patented BILL DODD 964.7408 TOMMY, CHASTAIN 964-4319 |

ask for Frank or 964-8901 eve 11/7 1.800.423.0163 onytlme.1.800.626.7446.GIANT energy saving device. Ample leads. REALTY IRVING CLARK.JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
limited. EO/MF.
Number of dealer
I
2tchg 11/14 BLIMP LED 305.692.0608.fcan 210.MOTORCYCLES. 964.7700 I WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454 I
moving message soldBig) profits!
Don't lose outl) icon 208. S"N.Tomplo Av.. .' MAXINE BOOTH 485.1687 RANDY CORY 475-2597
MISCELLANEOUSWILL Vornlo P. Odom SrokirOIIIJoy
ALL STEEL BUILDING) 30, 40, 50 60 ft. Thornton A.lot.
wide and up. Must sell-factory to you. .
TRADE EQUITY In 100 ft. .waterfront Call collect 1-419-241-0999. icon 209
lot for equal value In house In 1915 ATC 200X HONDA* 3 wheeler, Lots-Vi ac to 1'/ ac. $500.

Stark. or vicinity.. Phon. 9644236., OAK FIREWOOD cut. split and 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782-3333 Land on 301 South for lease Financial Equipment
Itehg 11/7 delivered $75 per cord. Rick' Lawn 8/8 tfn Commercial Building. Call for

Service. 473.4512.2tpd 11/7-14 detail Installers., Inc.

'2.39 Acres, In city, 3 BR, 2 BA brick
Classified Ads
WANTEDWANT home, most desired area. Ready to

TREE TRIMMING Get Results/ sell. Call for more details. 259.3093

TO BUY W. buy houses! Any Less than 2 Years Old Brick home In

I II Licensed REAL ESTATE area, any condition. legal problems country with 6 or more acres. Complete commercial and private services for
moving and
solved. Foreclosure specialist. We are '1S1 Acres, good hunting woods,
I III FIREWOOD For Sale OUT OF STATE Investor, not realtor Immedlat. some owner financing. Installing safes, vaults, security doors, safe deposit boxes and

cash. Call John 1. -"62.8877. fcan '20 Minutes from Gainesville High& other security equipment.
Call for EstimatesI1
Fr.
I III MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner. 204 dry land highway frontage, excellent Trained and equipped to move a variety of heavy equipmentand

96..7758 $100 down. Owner financed. 2 acre owner financing, good for objects around places of business or homes.
tracts, nearby 3.000 acre lake, I'/i subdividing.
I III 10124"pel 11/7 hours north of Atlanta. North Georgia. :- Fully Insured and bonded Delivery& Plck up Services

1-404-276-2727 or 14042763668. fcan Available ,

200E M Extensive work done for banking Institutions,
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T-. T-r- medical facilities,department stores and private Individuals.


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DAVID L. Malr.ienance'e Repair

!-4522 '.'iVe"Do.Do.App".al.!' R... 964.5370MSA9U'f Carpentry& .Plumbing. C & C MINI-STORAGE t .

I .. KAY C. WATERS f
..".STARrlE; FMU3U-* 904-448-2360'I .
R... 964-4941 fr. Estimates No Down Payment
Across from Your.fun Sffyfet LINDA H an d I-H ouses*
Norman's Market -' '' M. WOODS M/fl, canHOMES Up to 4S Month Financing"

U.s. 301 = south:! JJ: .*I_ EsJate tJIflca: e R.J33.20.&O -- They're Portable
I *10 ACRES South of Hampton |lust off 325. $26.900. -

*S ACRES and mobile home on Eunice Rood In Lowtey. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED
BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEYl Remodeled Inside and out. $48,500. BEAUTIFUL 215 Eo CALL ST Hwy.301 South

*REDUCED TO $42.000 3BR 2Ba home In city: Fenced In back yard corner lot.; OF NORTH FLORIDA STARKE' PL. ; Offlc.,....11-4. P.O. Sox 549Starke

*10 CLEARED ACRES South of Hampton, just off CR 235. $26.900. 964 6766. ,Florida not1
1 *LEASING commercial space In new building. FiRE
REDUCED TO S27HCh recently remodeled home on S.100. ISu. 1
HIGHWAY FRONTAGES 301 North 58 acre, Heavy In pine timber. $100.000. l A,1 ;,.: -- ------ -
South 301. ,.. Ro y.S1D1N0
*COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on -
SOUTHGATE AREAl Contemporary 3 BR 2 BA. CHA, chain link fenced bock ,,

I Assam Only $52,900. k 50FFI1'S
yard. mtg. -.V
*3 ACRE MINI-FARM Land In pasture, 3 BR 2 BA, super kitchen. iM.ICO. '' V_'V SYSTEM Plumbing les

*HIGH ft DRY Building lot with beautiful oak trees. Keystone area $4.500 nos "I pp
*LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres., pecan trees, born .' .

.and workshop. See It. you will love $128,55010k fl From DurroncePump
lIST AREA. Brick 3 BR, 2 Ba.; fenced backyard. iWW. '
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19SO DOUBLEWIDE one acre all hookups. In excellent cond. 24900. CUT.BRICK oV STONE ooo. G\1" LAnb :;;! &; Supply Co.
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*OWNER TRANSFERRED ANXIOUS Brick 4BR.3 BA on 2 lots. Over 2600',CH/A, STUCCO COQmm. : ; iiOws t"4 '". .

R.all amenltle Excellent location, just off 16 W. Only $74.900. CLOSED SCREEN ROOMS '- .
AND ACREAGE OWNER FINANCED. *OPEN, OR US 301 North

*HAV.aUllDINO. We Invite LOTS Inquiries On Our Other Properties. CUSTOM FOR WINDOWS'HOMES .PAT1qS"" '. jl* S44 N. Temple Ave. 1|964-706Ti: | w. Drill W.llsI

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MIMOSA MANOR MOBIU MOW PARK, FOR SALE ,, Oct. 18 from dockside In Lake Santa Fe.
ID number Fl 810V CP. Contact: P. O.
MobIl. Homes and spaces for rent. FOR BALI Several 2 br I RENT FOR SALE YARD SALE
Box Metros The
887. FL 32666 or
l.rtl1 whiles _I com...Phone good to exc. cond. $ f '
Monitor, P. 0. Box 1171. Keystone
964.7491. 9/16 tin Sam with A.C. !Pin GARAGE SALE Postmasters Retirement
MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series Hgts., Fl 32656. 2tpd 10/31-11/7
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly. monthly '-2366. 4/25 tfnchg. '' for rent. On. or two organ with doubt keyboard base Village.Clubhouse on Hutchinson Rood HOUSI PLANS lost at corner of Oriole
rates. Palms Apartments, 3314 N.T.m IS unD MOBIU HOMES or unfurnished. pedals and rhythm section, f.79S[ Call off C214 S. Rummage, craft Items and live Oak. If found call 4733192.
pl. Av.. 7/28 tin one or all. Olln's Mobil. Call 473-7560.. 10/10 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 plants, etc Fri. Nov. 0 from 9.4 and Itpd 11/7
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR.2' 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg : weekends for appointment see. tfn Sat. Nov.9 from 912. Itpd 11/7
BA opt. For more Information call lak. 2.93 ACRESplus mobile HOME has porch WURLITZER spinet piano, excellent con YARD SALE Sat.' and Sun. Nov. 9-10
Butler Apt. 496-3141, Equal Opportunlly Rd. $12,500 21 between Melrose and HELP WANTED
cash Coll Responsible couple/ or dition. IOOO. Cherry mahogany. from 95. Hwy
Housing 6/7 tfnchg 9/1216tpd 11/,. south of Midway. Follow
$175 per month Phone 473-3752. tfnchg 8/29 Keystone .
MCI ROOM. rmvATi IATH. 964-6039 197112..0 Guerdon Statler. : 16846634. 2tchg 1971 SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen. signs Itchg 11/7 SECRETARIAL POSITION open for
ONI BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. very good condition, dean air, low mileage. $13,500. Call YARD SALE ".2 miles from light east on Keystone United Methodist Church.
T.mpl. Av*. In downtown Stork.. ed, $5,500.964.7512.10/3 3 BR, 2 BA 473.3343 or 9647055. 10/3 tfnchg Hwy 100 on left. Sat. and possibly Sun Call 473-3829 for appointment, 9.12

$50-$75/wk Including utilities. No 19U FLEITWOODi 14x70, month-$ 00 deposit. OAK FIREWOOD cut, split and day. Furniture, household Items and mornings. 2tchg 11714QUALITY .
deposits rqulrd. 964-3139 or CH/A cathedral) ceilings, Itpd 11/7 delivered. $75 per cord. Rick's Lawn books. Itchy 11/7 sales SALES POsmON If you seek a
9646566.103 TF and much mor..'Tok. over BR on lake Geneva. Service. 473-4512. 2tchg 10/31.11/7 YARD SALI- Whit Sands lake, dirt position with excellent Income
:1 BR MOBIL HOMI clot to city. No VA loan. 372.5685.af'er.6 11/7 CHINA CUPBOARD buffet base.$.50 or road 'A HP water pump. CB afgan and management opportuntles, call:

pts $190 a month plot.deposit. Call .chg 11/1. Garage apt. partly best offer. Call 473-4309. Itpd 11/7 encyclopedia set, flowers, clothes, AMERICAN REPUBLIC INSURANCE
4681323.. 10/3 TF RENT TO OWN I No cash plus deposit. 4733909. SOFA LOVE SEAT ft CHAIR light earth dishes, much mor. Fri. and Sat. Itpd COMPANY 1-800-255-2255, Ext. 4277. ,
icon 117JOURNEYMAN
2 II MOIRE HOME clot to city. MS Mr. Seth at 237-6166 tones. Three glass and chrome table 11/7
weekly Including utilities. Coll 2360875. 10/24 4tchg / ((2 end.1 coffee). $300 or best offer. 2 FAMILY YARD SALE- Miscellaneous PRESSMAN Experiencedon
Gall Suburban.
Live the
4681323. 10/3 TF 1985 BANK REPOSi Must .. SERVICES' Call after 6 p.m. 473-7619. Itchg 11/7 Items, children's clothes, building on
beautiful' Gulf Coast. Contact Arnold
LAROI MOBILE HOMI LOT Concrt down, $ 040 per month. materials Friday Nov. 8, 9 a.m. 5
polio, water furnished close to prison. pond at 237-6166 or .- p.m. Breezy Point Road off SR-214. McDonald: Suncoast Media Group
Remodeling work HOUSES FOR SALE Inc., 200 East Miami Ave, Venice,
95mo. 964.7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF p.m. 10/24 4tchg 11/14 Itchg 11/7
113 GRAHAM: 1 BR trailer, completely MUST SELL) $500 down and trim carpentry. Florida 335950104. 813-484-2611 Icon

furnished hat and AC plus utilltlt. anything. 3BR, 2Ba. Call ... Call 473-4018 after BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 BA 2000 sq. ft., nice BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 11/7
$60 per _.k. 485.1371.2Ipd 11/7 237-6166 or 236-0875 after 7 lot, carport. Assumable mortgage, low
TWO IEDROOM rmodld unf urnl>hd 4tchg 11/14 Repairs and.In Interest. Keystone area. 60000. $10-$600/WEEK AVERAGE Port-tlm.
house In Stark. CH/A, $250 pr mo. ALL 15'. sold at Invoke. estimates. T.n years 473.2613.2tpd 10/31.11/7 clerical work. For Details, please writeto
1st last $100 dp. 964-8840 or down. 14x70 3BR 2Ba. $189 473-4217 and,ask for BRICK HOME one-half acre, 3 BR, 2 BA Walker Pub., Box 3107. FLC, Denver, VACUUM :
73.3627.10/31 3tchg 11/14 38R, 2Ba, Dbl. wide $199 living room, dining room family room, CO 80201. fcan 11/7 ;
THRU II HOUSI In Waldo. Stove, Call 231.7171.10/24 4tchg ANTIQUE rflnlshlng. fireplace, screened porch garage, PENNY STOCKS An opportunity of the SALE
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refrigerator, fenced yard.$200 per mo. FOR SALE OR RENTi 3BR IV oil finishes. Call Jac greenhouse. Geneva lake Estates 80's. For your free report call Chris

1st, last, and $100 security deposit home on 1 acre. Price $ $73.000.475.2677. 3tpd 11/7-11,1 Kane 1-800-432-1335. Stuart James Investment NEW & USED
4681509.1031 2tpdll/7 for $200/mo.i 9644236. Itpd dining chairs LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to Bankers Members NASD
TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS each 'MUST Sn.li 1983 Fleolwood beds Addison choose from. Send for FREE SIPC. fcan 11/7 We Finance Our Own
with 3 large rooms ft bath. $150!! per 3BR 2Ba, CH/A, cathedral 4tchg 11/7-11/28 BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES STEEL BUILDING/OVERHEAD DOOR KIRBYS
month plus $75 security deposit. No garden tub. Excellent Removes dirt, Rout. one Box 84CF, Moss, Tennessee Dealerships available In some areas. ROYALS
utilities furnished. NO PETS. 964-8071. 964.4155.10/314rchg / paint from homes, 38575. 1-800-231-3693 fcan 11/7 No franchise fee. We offer more, you EUREKAS
Itchg 117FURNISHED SCRATCH ft DENT homes. Call Rick .
earn more than with our competitors. HOOVERS
UR Apt tights and hot was $16,993, NOW $ 11/7-11/28 REAL ESTATE WANTED EMPIRE STEEL. 1-800-635-3311 fcan 11/7 ELECTROLUX
water Included $HO mo. plu. $75 as low as $198 mo. CLEANING DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE Earn $200 pro I FILTER QUEENS
deposit. No 964-8071. 3965 Phillips Hwy, Jax. deep steam extrac
security pets. WE BUY HOUSES Any area any condition fit on $300 sale. Newly patentedenergy SEARS
Half off
Itchg 11/7 DOUBLEWlDEi 24x65 on 3 on Scotchguard. legal problems solved. saving device. Ample lead.. COMMERCIALWe
TWO lEDROOMt furnished mobile ham. 2Ba. CH/A. 29500. Pho CLEANING
Numbers of dealers limited. EO/MF. all make
Foreclosure specialist. We are Investors repair
with nice and located In INTRODUCTORY OFFERi .Heights ,
yard country. cash. 3056920608. fcan 11/7
not realtors. Immediate
$165 mo. 9645630. Itpd 11/7 HOUSE 14x72 Loaded waxed Call John. 1-800-462-8877. fcan 11/7 SEMI-DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big AI Young'sSince
FOR SALI OR RENT 3BR IBa house on TV deluxe cassette and Bucks-Drlve Big Truck D.O.T. Cer
2.6 acres. Rent $300 per month. feemaker can op.n.r tification. Local and National Job 1957
9645445. Itpd 11/7 Itchg 11/14 phone, hair dryer houses, mobile LAND FOR SALE Placement Assistance Cor

TRAILER ON 1 ACRE with .r.... Newly special Intro price $ Int.rlor and exterior. respondence/Resident Training. Eligible 964-6918
remodeled furnished carpet 2BR with Homes 3965 Phillips minor repairs, quality LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. Institution for Fed.ral Aid GSL.
AC. On. child maximum. $245 month 7330821. Itchg 473-2341. .4lpd Owner will finance. $164 per month. Call 18002519042. UNITED TRUCK 3 Miles north of

$150 deposit located near Hampton 1973 APOLLO MH 12x60: 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa, Starke on US 301
School off M.ng Dairy Rd. Michelle. pondo. 1 full both and SERVICE yordwork, LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready Florida. icon 11/7
9646714. Itpd 11/7 CH/A. $4,000. 964-8310 chain saw work, trimm to move on. Power well, septic and

TWO BEDROOM, 2 bath LR, DR, kitchen 11/7 2tchg 11/14 473-3321 Itpd Tin fence. $6,499. 392.0985 or 473-3024.
and family room garage. $325 month.1st PRE-OWNED HOME 1978 Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13
and last In advance. Walking cond. $590 down $119 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, well

distance from shopping. 964.6718 alter Homes, 3965 Phillips septic, fence and power pal*. ERA TIFFIN. & OWENS INC.
5 p.m. 11/7 2tpd 11/,. 733-0621. Itchg 117PERSONAL and trade. Used fur 4733024. 11/7 tfnchg

FIVI ACRESi partially fenced set up for household Items 1 t

mobile horn. $150/mo. .62.5102.11/7 .. ., old (ewerly. PETS
FURNISHED APARTMENT small suitable tfnchg 7/26 '
for one working person. Part of NEED A TUTOR All subects| !I Flashing arrow signs FREE KITTEN to good home 2'/i' month
utilities furnished. No chlldr.n, no tlf led Teacher. 533.2901 I non-arrow signs $279. old tiger stripped. 473-2563. Itchg m 964.5065
pets, please. Phone 9645970. 11/7 TF CHAIN LINK FENCE (Free letters!) See 11/7
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month estimates. Handy-Man .. anytime.
and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- Owner Tommy Reddish, (GIANT BLIMP. LED MOBILE HOMES
Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 6/27 tfn sale) Big Profits! REALTORS!) ft

CLEAN* MOBILE HOMES for r.nt. On WANT TO !) fcan 11/7 14
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. THAT'S YOUR 30. 40. 50, 60 ft. MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two sc MIra1P
964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg WANT TO STOP'THAT'S sell..factory to you. bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. 1L "
DO YOU HAVE PROPERTY you would Ilk. OURS fcan 11/7 $150 month. Call 473-7560. 10/10 tIn

to rent but don't have time?L.t us handle '..Alcoholics-. -,..."'...'. chg OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I
the and all the problems. ESTATE
property _
MOBILE HOME for sale by owner. Large
Commercial Residential Call Carol GLASS CUT 10 ORDERS
or V acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR. 2 bath
Warner,TIHIn A Owens Inc., REALTOR etc.964-6078.JACKSON: Ord.r. also for sale by owner mobile home. CH/A central water, Located on'HWy. 301 one block South of S.R.100
964.5065.-10/31 3tchg if/1,4" financed. 2
], act furnished, n.w' rp.t, front and rear
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- SMAtL OW4GII o .,rtnailey'tofc1, l ,0- ButlerV496-3O79. ; ,3.000.ocr.'lak.,. J Vi decks owner financing.' 4681323.
May 1. H&AC. No pets.:533-2364.'.11/7 r473-4973.2126 tfn Atlanta. North Georgia.
10/10 TFl..09..DRASTICALL RESIDENTIAL
MOBILE HOME on Klngsley Lak. Fur. BULLDOZER Wanting to or 1-404-276-3668 fcan
work. Have 2 bulldozes ft
nlshed 2BR year around occupancy. .
, Call 533-2502 after 5 p.m. Itchg 11/7 work. 964-5606. TRUCKS
.e.'r
Mark. 8/8 tfn
SMALL COTTAGE on Hampton Lak. PAINTING REMODELING BOATS Y REDUCED: 4BR kfgiP'SJss
Adults only. 1st and last months rent.
at an' affordable price. ViBa, cypress home on 20' acres,
4681829. 11/7 2tpd 1114FOUR estimate, 9648809. 10/10 pool stocked pond pasture, timber,
BEDROOM home. 2Ba, three door hat-
country -
L SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED fenced Rd. 16 East. Owner flnanc.d.low ,
war. 3 mil. out of Starke. AT. PS A/C, dn.
W/S30.000
relald. dn. $200.000
. 375month. Phon. 964-4080 after 6 s.rvlngllrodford Excellent condition
Bradford 4415--DRASTICALLY REDUCED: 2
years. Septic
Itchg 11/7 tod 11/7 1
p.m. 9648121. 10/17 TFchg story home on 19.3 ac. Rd 16 East
lake.
MOIILI HOME on Hampton Com
pl.t.ly furnished, screen porch NEED TRANSMISSION pecan grove, pasture low down and
utilities Included. Phone 468-1777. Itpd transmissions $150 with owner financed. $55,000 w/$5.000
400 EM ,
most cars. Also do motorcycle dn.
ONE BEDROOM trailer 30 ft., in Lost foreign. Call 272-7607 windshield and mag (T412--3BR 1 BA on Market Rd. New
Valley Campground. Phon. 9645760. 11/7 473-3321. Itpd U/7 optionees Included. Pecan trees '

Itchy 11/7 SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED Assume mtg.

LAND FOR SALE Union Counties. Gockley 402-1 BR home In Raiford. Bargainat
496-2939 or 496-2871. / M. 12500.
BUY. SELL REPAIR ,
1414-3 BR 1 BA workshop mobile
ONI ACRE LOT facing Forsyth Rood no water pumps and AC and
home with 2nd well .1.c & sept., 9
Call Call St. 10/31 4tchg
down payment $75 per mo. 212 E.
Immaculate has
oc. BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPORARY CEDAR HOME Is I
9645606. 10tin LET US DO YOUR .
LOTS A ACREAGE 20 percent-down. house or office. 1398-20 ac., 4BR 2 BA N. of Starke, amenities beyond compare, features loft with spiral staircase, 2-car

balance In flv. years, financing by fessional work. 964-5473 : septic tank, $63.000. garage complete appliance package huge kitchen.
3 BR 1 BA home
owners, 964-6853. 12/13 tfn. 10/31 2tchg 11/7 barn. $33,500 #411-3 plus acres,
ACRE LOTSi Pleasant Grove Settlement. MH REPAIR SERVICE has 11 ft. ceilings, fenced 3
$3.500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call cool sealing, leveling .2.500 Term; 10.. ,. ACRES fireplaces, like new Inside, lawtey. *MH on 1 acre- only 10000.
964.5606.1/03 tfn and skirting. Free 418-Moblle with addition, 3 BR 1 .NICE BRICK VENEER 3BR IViBo priced to sell $35,000.
ONI ACRI LOTS ON MEND DAIRY 10/314tchg 11/21 .fenced/cross-fenced., septic tank 17x35 Ba like newacre lot, a great buy REDUCED $13,0001 SELLER HIGHLY MOTIVATED. 3BR home with family

ROAD $3,000 no down payment. $70 NEED SOMI HELP Will for $21,500.Check I room fireplace, real pine paneling, etc. CALL TODAY.
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn enytl_. Just dial *DELIGHTFUL FRAME HOME! Cozy fireplace convenient to Klngsley lake
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) Is on the way. Itpd 11/7 225 A: $12,500. on our acreage parcels comII and Camp Blanding.
$3,500. no down payment, $70 per mo. CHILD CARl IN MY HOMIi frntg. $12,500. merclal property apartment Investments *A TRUE VALUE will be yoursl I When you purchase this 2.story home In
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn lunches furnished. For farm house. Beautiful II motels and mobile home Macclenny price now REDUCED to $68,000.
LOT IN CITY 6000.Call 964-5764; after Ion call 9646809. 11/7 pork. *HANDYMAN NEEDED that likes to make money I Low cash In and a little
5. call 964.5251.3/07 tfn "LITTERS FROM SANTA" In lowtey $8,500. B'uyand S.II the Strout Way work brings good profit.

LAND FOR SALIi Six lot., 1-2/3 acre per AND HANDWRITTEN. ..AND LOUNGE.' All ACROSS AMERICA. .DEVELOPING DISTRICT keep the 1440 sq. ft. mobile home and sell lots in
lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per 'lot. Off of For name, address, and $'. -'UN..mpl.AV' this mobile home zoned 5.31 acre parcel
syth Rd. No money down $75 mth. Dec. 10 to P.O. Box 411 '. Landscaped Lot. Sterke.Fl\ 32091; 1 .EXTRAS GALORE BEST BUYf1 In this 1784 sq. ft. executive home, must

Call 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg 32058. Itpd 11/7 West. STROUTREALTY see to believe price. CALL TODAY.
WOODLAND ACRESi 1/2 acre tot locatedat HOMI NURSING -nCI Country. $29900. *COUNTRY QUIET but close! 955 sq. ft. home on 1.69 fenced acres. Great
Woodland Acres, Starke. Has.well, cellent references. / starter or retirement home.
septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling after 3 p.m. l1n 2tchg ( ) '!-3951 INCOIWOSATIOSfOKH

price 500 down 135.00/month. Call Drawer BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGI
LOST/
964-5606 6/13 tfchg $.lawtey e493l 473-3096 .i' *BEAUTIFUL wooded large building lot with city utilities available.
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..., ACRESi 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage. BUILDING LOT on St. Clair St. 5000.
LOST RED MARI HORSIl
$.000/ocre..Call 305-464-6827.Cash or
9/1210tpd 11/14 back hoof old and split. ...
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Zoned commercial. 30x100'pal. Jail House In Stark 8/8 FARMS AND ACREAGE
1V4 ACRISi 275' on 301. LOST OR STOUNi Red male 1'/ ACRE with farmhouse on paved road let us show you this today.
.. Building approx.
cleared land. 25000. last seen In Sampson I *LOTS OF LAND and easy to ownl! 20 acres minutes from US 301, owner
High B. dry Any' -a Scotchgard
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Phon %
J I*f153l.10117 41$111 W1.. l REWARD. Roam $ >I95 Is terms available.

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.. HaD) 14 Available INVESTMENT
*BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, be your own boss Invest In this thriving
Real Estate Carpet
Roberts
Cleaning' & Dye Co. restaurant

916 N. TmpU. Av." Stark., FL
964.6262i SERVICES OFFERED EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST NOWI

Shoppers can walk from Bradford Square to New Retail/Professional,
In cleaning and rt-dyilng of wal to wan carpet furniture clean- unitsCALL NOW for a private showing. All for only $39,800.. _

PRICE REDUCED 40. act,. Farm NW of Starke, pecan auto detallng. We offer bids on'commercial: contracts. Quality : _

BR from. house, CHSA, outbuildings and many low prices. Cal new ta make an appointment I *INCOME PRODUCING Property. located on Hwy 301,over- 300'-frontage.

JUST REDUCED c 4 BR, 2 BA, block horn on large city Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice Six acres total. Owner financing available. Owner anxious.. Terms

!fro I hat and .lr, carport. $49,500.' : Call 964.4997 .- Call available.
location US 301
I Prim business on
:eCOMMERCIAL Cluck Vstflw Plea .to heel .*.*. Nek .1 Wilt EasaINId
plus feet on the highway* and 10 acr* 3300 sq. ft.. Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
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Call for details. Sales Evenings 94-4048
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In'a __. .
IpUO! ACRES Exc.llent d.v.lopment'property REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
[growing area of Clay ,county. Priced to sell at L.Faulkner '''.51'2
CYPRESS MULCH Suzanne Kitchens 944-7630 lob Matthews 964-7281.
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acres I I. .
$1200.CO per beautiful Lou Young .604.7SU Lee Hardenbrook 473-784
I.WATERFRONT 150 plus-minus feet on * ,

,l' Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking ;, I : &PINE BARK LEI HARDENBROOK.>APPRAISALS

Itg. screened porch. This on. will go fast at $57.500 * *

MOBILE HOME On a,,,1 plus-minus acre lot with You pick-up or'We deliver r 1 COMMERCIAL Rentals Available RESIDENTIAL
barn.
buildings Including. a 21' x .66' metal Minimum 3 yds. .on Delivery, Carol Warner.REALTOR AJSOC. <
I possibilities. : t Property Management Division
'CROSSTiES FOR ', DO YOU HAVE PROPERTY you would like to rent but don't have time?Let

COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL I:' -' ,-' 'LANDSCAPING'M us handle the property and all the problems. Commercial or Residential.Call .

George W. Roberts, Jr. Brok.r 964'- Carol Warner, TIHIn S Owens, Inc.. REALTOR. 9645065.J -

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need adult.leader

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BUSINESS V"RDSALE The Bradford County, 4-H Clown
Club needs an adult volunteer leader
OPPORTUNITIES to work with its 10 members.
.Big Yard Sale Some things old. some The clown club meets monthly and

Available Earn $200 profit on things new some thing just for you. performs community service pro- ,
Dealership Saturday, November ,9,. 8 A.M. to 2 '
:t:5
beta. If interested In workIng
$300 sole. Newly patented energy save P.M. on SR-121. Lacrosse, next to post f, you are -
Ing device. Ample lad. Number of office ltpd.11/7 with youth between the ages 8
limited. '1 and 18 and have creative
dealers EOMi.1(3OS)692.O608. Saturday November 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. a ability :
( ) It 11/7 on Circle Drive on Florida Stat. Prison call the Bradford County 4-H office
Steel Building/Overhead Door Deoleri' rat 964-6280.
property. House 26. Furniture, appliances -
ships available iorn areas. No fran adult and children, clothing. The 4-H clowning program is a 4w r"r
chit* f... W. ollor more, you earn 1983 Honda ATC 250. Itch g. 11/7 .new and exciting part of the regular r r4it
mar than with our competitors. Empire county 4-H : Through the
Worthington Spring. (HE) Saturday. program
Stool. 1(800)633-331).1111/7( ) November 9. Clothe, new craft, clowning program young people
round antique ook coffee tabl., double develop their physical and perform,
LAND FOR SALE. porcelain! sink with double sides, (junk ing skills. They also develop in-
and miscellaneous Items. Rain cancel. terpersonal communications, rela-

Mountain land for alo by ownor $100 4962554 Itpd. 11/7 tionships with' others and ; !tl h'
down. Ownor financed. Two acra strenghthen their selfconfidence.Share rtJ % t ,
tract, nearby 3,000aero lako, I4 hour FOR SALE you skills by volunteering to- .
north of Atlanta. North G.orgia.1(404)( ) day. ', "i NYwt
276-2727 1(404)276-3668.( ) It. 11/7 a
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50 percent off 11 Flashing arrow signs dsW
$299111.I Lighted Non-orrow $279. k :/
JOB OPPORTUNITIESSoml Unlighted $229. (Free letters!) See "Mountain are the palacet of
locally. 1(800)423-0163( anytime. nature., Lord Byron
Drlvor Training Earn big bucks- 18006267446.( ) (Clsnt Blimp. LED mowIng
drlvo big truck D.O.T. Certification. menage tale I Big prof It*I Don't
lose outl! It. 11/7
Local and notional plac.monta..l.tanco.
l Correspondence/resident Wall unit lighted, dining table and six
Eligible Institution for Foderol chair, both walnut flnlih. Sofabeige( STARKE LANES i t },
training. United and brown) Must tee to appreciate. 1612 N. Temple Avenue 964.8175 r 1
Aid GSL. Call 18002519042.( )
Tam Call 496-3206, after 6 P.M. Itpd.1024All
Truck Mattor. Resident training:
Steel Building 30.40.50,60 ft. wide
Fla. It. 11/7
pa. tack* An opportunity of the SO'.. and up. Must sell-factory to you. Call

Penny For 1(800)432( your)* .froo 1335.report Stuart call Jame Chris Investment Kane. Band collect 4963875.Saw 14192410999.( Itpd.Sears) 11/7 brand It 11/7$250. Call Golf booming at area Country Clubs"The I

Banker Member NASD SPIC.It .
11/7 Window Louver Brand new still In the plans have already; been laid ger courses in the area," Knight ad Catlett said there is room for
IO-eOO/Woek Avorago Port-time box. Fit* Firebird Comoro models out, it just a matter of time if new ded. possible expansion of the course
clerical work. For detail, please wrltoto 8285. For more Information. Call members keep joining the Club," sometime in the future but the landis
Walker Pub, Box 3107, FLC, Denver 4311632. lrd.: 11/7 Herres said. He already has a large In Keystone Heights, over 75 new prlvatly owned.
Four Horse Ideal for Men Women blueprint plan of the expansion
Co. 80201. It 11/7 pro- members have signed up in the past
Quality Sale Position If you seek o.ale. training on barrels: also western saddle Learn to Bowl Classes ject. The enlarged course would be a year, a surge of growth unusual for The old course was actually built
position with excellent Incom. and for sale. Call 496-0061, after 5 P.M. (Starting) challenging one and would include the Club but one which probably in the 1940's but fell into a state of
management opportunities, call: Itpd. 11/7 some wicked-looking water hazards reflects both the in the disrepair during the war. It was ren
growth area
Four Hundred 55.gallon heavy steel all Mon., Nov,11 . 10:00:
American Republic Insurance Company drums, clean. Can be used for am along with the usual assortment of and the improved appearance and novated beginning in 1960.
18002552255.( ) Ext. 4277. It 11/7 kerosene. Call 4962416. Itpd. 11/7 9:30: pm sand traps and trees "in the rough", playing; surfaces on the greens,
Tues., Nov. 12 . 7:00 pm Herres said 350 golfing members which has been rejuvinated. "Both courses are great for nine-
WANTED INSURANCEMAINES Thurs., Nov. 14 . 10:00: am would be needed to maintain an18hole "Another 125 members> 'and'there hole layouts," commented former

I Fit, Nov. 15 . . 7:00: pm course. might not be room for any more Keystone Heights resident Steve
We buy house Any area, any condition. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. Sat Nov. 16 . . 2:00: pm could"It would compete be a with top level some course of the that big-! players:: on the course,'" Catlett said Greek, now a member of the FSU
Golf real treat
solved. Foreclosure : It s become really popular lately Team. "They are a
Legal problem Lake Avenue Lake Butler 496-3978.
specialist. We or. Investors not Complete Insurance Service tfn Cost $1.25 per class ((4 wks $5)) with the local golfers and peoplefrnm for me to come back and play on. We
realtors. Immediate cash Call John. Free Shoes I other rihes in the Area.' are lucky to have them available." t

18004628877.( ) It. 11/7 Classes are limited to 9 people PROPERTYFOR
HELP WANTED For further Information:
SALEApproximately
FOR RENT Cal 964.4233 or 964.8175 HELP
Texas Refinery Corp. needs mature Wood Stove
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now In Union County area person ___ A totter __ 28 acres]
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES CLUB For SaleFireplace
FOR RENTS Union CoontyTlmes, 150 Regardless of experience, writ A,B. 25 featuring... in permanent pastureand WANTED
Main Street, Lak. Butler. Phon. Hopkins, Box 711, Fort Worth' Tx. "Wanted Alve" Band
496-2261 for Information. tfn 76106 Itchg. 11/7 Game Room Pool Tables pecan grove In Building Maintenance

Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished Journeyman Pressman Experienced on __ .*_VIdEO, Games Insert
call 964-6385 or 496-2751. $275 Goss Suburban. live on the beautiful _ East Lake Butler person needed to main-
gulf coast. Contact Arnold MdDonald: SUNDAY BOWLING SPECIAL
first last, and security deposit
month Call
tfn/chg Suncoast Media Group, Inc., 200 East 3 Games $2.40 from 2.6 pm tain and upkeep building. Lopi-X
Miami Ave.. Venice, Fl. 33595.0104.
Six room house reasonable, nice loca- 496-3197
tion. Call 4963018. Itchg.11/7 1(813)4842611( ) It 11/7 Good benefits, full or part One Year Old

Mobile Home 12'x65', 3 bedroom 1 bath time. in to
Apply
of land SR-100. person
furnished one acre on
near Union-Bradford county line. Call I Lake Butler Apparel. 398-3168.
496-2842 Itchg. 11/7 of. J BugJ&rI6t u
Three bedroom three both mobile home. -
Call 4963437. Itchg. 11/7 .
Briefs ...................... 964-4956-
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Log Home 'Over-40 rustic, model.to- 'Floral Design.: .' .-.VESA 6MASTERCAAD .. :1111) iY10IEjkE "/
choose from send for free brochure aWE
Honest Abe Log Homes, Rout. 1 box 84 Applications for Floral Design ) SHOP I

CF, Moss, Tenn., 38575.. 1(800)( ) Classes are being taken by the CLEARANCE SALE ,
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2313659. It 1031.PERSONAL Community Education Program at CUSTOM ?
the Bradford-Union Vocational

SERVICES Center in Starke, phone 964-6150. SELECTED ,SILK ARRANGEMENTS ORDER VAN I
These are special classes for
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Thanksgiving and Christmas floral r I
l i NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tr. removal decorations. Please contact the Vo- .. 25 % SHOES ij /
and pruning. Also firewood oak and Tech Center, phone 964-6150. Class off It I 1
for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
pine w Lay-A-Way a I
will begin Nov. 5 and end Dec. 10.
:I I 496-3823 tfn 1222Classified An advanced course will begin Nov. ALL PLANTS 1/2 Off Now for t I
7 and end Dec. 19. ChristmasOpen
Ads COME IN AND SEE LARGE SELECTION OF
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Full Una of Cniltan. BMX, 134
Get Results OUR DISPLAY OF RUSS BERRIE Monday: Freestyle 10 Spied E. CaN !
PORCELAIN CABBAGE STUFFED ANIMALS
Skitebosnli ft Equipment
Arts and Crafts... PATCH DOLLS GREAT GIFTS j S.lunl'r1o.1 IlIru AfflvIn semi a Sterile I
964-7055 1
REAL ESTATE The second annual arts and -
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crafts festival sponsored by the -'
OUT OF AREA .
Brooker Volunteer Fire Depart- i
ment is set Dec. 7.
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY It is open to arts and crafts of all QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED _
? If I don't have It. I'll find It- Just categories. Cash and ribbon awards j
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. will be given. For more information .
496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "YOUR write to: Program Director r Beer 0 Wine Mixers j jIt's
UNION. COUNTY REALTOR. tfn Tony Stalnaker, BVFD, P.O. Box
Land For Sale Approximately 3 acres. 127, Brooker, FL 32622.
Partlcally wooded well and septic Wise to Shop at a Homeowned l land [
lank mobile homes okay. Hale and

Associates Real Estate Inc. Call Homeoperatcd Price Wise store.
496-3939 or 462-3068. chg. fin Shop & Compare I

Special Insurance for Check Our Many In-Store Specials .
Mobile Home Pork. "
Need I
All types of homeowners '1 '
Custom policies for ., i DISCO AD GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 13. 1985 .
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mobile home -
Draperies? r re
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4962219TF I Olin's Mobile
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Home Sales Jim IBTl Kentucky Crown D.F.C. Absolut :leischmans

Elaine M. Olin, Agent I Beam Tavern 1"v- Royal t e Vodka Giniict

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Trimming Electrical t Plumbing ,I --

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Keystone Heights 964-6679 US 301 South I r Castillo Seagrams Scotch Scotch
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all never the IMS chocolate cold or you wanted and girl how to walk teaching, talk, a and poor act flower like a Pair Performances Lady." of the classic pin' and' ,","' l 1)I U'y' will begin at B :1 Eliza'i; father is played by Pat are brisk. Check your calendar and
hungry again? asks debutante from the cream of Crawford and Bill Wilson plays make your reservations now by contacting
cockney flower Broadway musical Playing| the
girl Eliza Doohttlo English society. scheduled for lead roles in "My Fair Henry Higgins Colonel Junior Women's Club
Pickering is any
/UJebbiu Woodfm) of Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15-16 and Lady" are
her father and some of the finest ex- played Bernie
by Akridge and Freddie member or by contacting Mrs. Dennis
friends in the streets of London. 223 at the Starke Women's Club on amples of local talent would
Eynsford
you Hill is Connaughton at 964-532B
played by Bobby
They agree that, yes, it would be The Starke Junior Women's Club Walnut Street in. ever delight yourself in finding. Frampton.The .
lovely..never knowing that soon and the Bradford -Debbie Woodfm plays the lead role entire cast of the Tickets for
Players Bradford some performancescan
.Eliza will find are busily 'delicious: I buffet dinner will be of Eliza Doolittle
out just how and
Players is
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lovely putting the sings working hard at also be
finishing touches polishing purchased at Chastain's
on prepared and served favorites
when Colonel by members of
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preparations for the upcoming the Junior Women's Club. The buffet and "I Could up song, dance set and comedy Jewelry or Denmark's Furniture on
Akridge) decides to Have '
the Danced All in the
accept dinner-theatre production of "My will, be served from 6-7:30 p.m. each .Night. play Call Street in Starke Tickets are$1%
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alcohol, sales- to minors Get the LAKE CHEVY-OLDS ADVANTAGESAVE $ '

Since Florida raised the drinkingage alcoholic beverages.In .
this summer, the Department of early September the Division of Buy at Home from Your HOMETOWN CAR CENTER \
Business Regulation has set as its Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco ,
number one priority stopping the established a toll free
number
sale of alcohol to persons- born after 1(800)AGE-IS21( ) for citizens to Quality Sales Quality Service and Quality People .-
June 3O. ]966. report the illegal sale of alcoholic ,
While we will be doing our very beverages to underaged persons.
best to enforce the law and working
with very able local law enforce- The number is easy tore

ment agencies we will n 1\,help >retnenbec..l(800)AGE-IS21.( ) peo- ,.. ... .
from the piObhu.*We arvaskmg pa.WIJloQItl'1l luspect the sa1Zr'of'aicoholk. rr p 1 I Ia
school officials and community beverages to underage
leaders to help us seek out those few persons, all they have to do is call us.
establishments and employees who We will follow up with a full In-
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.4 MphtolbMM and Wily padded sbi IdS'$. TM tebrkatton to 10% Rayon and 20% F..... I ,
the amp iMrt,It 100% cotton and to toyirad with I iwck iwotlir vest Uo 100% eitton.
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Over 300 gather for unique competition
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ByMark Frledlin
BCT Staff Writer
Over 300 hunters and their finest r1 4
hunting dogs traveled from as far
away as Alabama, South Carolina,
North Carolina, Louisiana to Brad-
ford County last Saturday for the
Florida State Coon Hunting State
Championship. ,
The event was sponsored by the
Lawtey Coonhunters Association,
jW1 Ti which holds the annual event in this
area each Fall.
Lawtey resident and President of Marvin Rosier
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i ",'1" .- .. / '; .Yo'.,. ."",.1.\1'!:!}, the Organization Marvin Rosier said
-.. the event was a big success this yearas
.. ._ .: : : '' the hunters competed in special held.
_.. ." .. ; skill contest designed to test the hun- The coon was not hurt or harmedin
ting spirit and skill if the many dogs any way in contrast to hunts backin
!-t h i". .' ..... J y- entered in the event. the old days, and was returned to
t The day began with a Bench Showin it's "luxury headquarters" after the
_. .i .....". ..... .. which dogs and their owners won dogs had their say.
,./, ",.. ', ,.. trophies for best deportment and The coon hunt itself lasted all
4" 'i other show points, then the hunters night and into the morning and was
it.\; .; ...h... :,=' ,, joined in an exciting treeing contest, held in the woods near Lawtey.
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Area Land SalesThe Christmas


Open House

following sale prices are Lois J. & Donald A. Thomas sold James P. & Loris M. Meece sold Ronald E. Newman, Sr. sold 2
determined from the amount of state lots 59 &: 60 of Parkwood Subdivision lots 6, 7 &: 8 of Block 12, Hampton, to acres oh C.R. 227,south of Starke, to Saturday, Nov. 9 10 am 4 pm
affixed to Ursula M. for Mark &Linda A. for Sunday, Nov. 10 -- 4 6
documentary stamps to War Starling $5,300. : Lady $13,200. George W. & Mary F. Looney for : pm pm
ranty Deeds recorded with the Of- J. Duston Walters sold lot 6 of James F. & Thelma M. Ward sold $5,000. ; Refreshments Will Be Served -
fice of Clerk of Circuit Court. Block A, Mt. Pleasant on Silver 20 acres west of Pleasant Grove to
Lake to Charles R. &: Sharon K. Grant L. & Jane Jones for $45,000. t ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
Week ending Sept. 6... Fisher for$3,200. Carol Y Combs sold 15 acres on ty OR BUY & TAKE WITH YOU
E. M. Lewis sold a parcel of landon Doyle E. &:Mildred B. Hardin sold Mark Lee Starling Road to Raymond
C.R. 235 in the New River area to lot 11 of Geneva Creek to Charles R. J. Allen for 28000. Handcrafted Gifts for All Occasions
& Shona S. Shough for $11,000. Raymond J. Allen sold 3 acres on 4.
Cecil &
Jane Benton for $8,000. X,
Christmas Decorations &
Mark Lee Starling Road to Connie Centerpieces
Longchamp Homes,Inc.sold lots 1
M. Combs for
& 2 of Block 3, J. M. Johns Subdivi- Week ending Oct. 4... Jeanette Sutton 6000.Smith & Thomas 964-8740 SR18 West(Towanl IIranl)..:
sion to Michael L. & Theresa E. :
Slocum for$41,700. Land Sales for the week ending O. Smith, Jr. sold 20 acres on Mark WATCH FOR SIGNS #5
Oct. 4 in Bradford County totaled Lee Starling Road to Raymond J. 6''J
Roberta Timmerman sold a 258700. Allen for$20,000. Some weightlifters take as many as Located at the home of Mike & Debbie Woodfin
parcel of land on Santa Fe Lake to aLiDr
Wilbert H. & Genevieve A. Nelsonfor The following Sale prices are bas- Edgar E. Evans sold lots 1 &: 2 of 250 vitamin tablets a day.
ed on the amount of state documen- Block 33 and lots 1 &: 2 of Block 34,
$13,000.Roy affixed to Livingston, Truby & Company's ...
W. &Ruby M.Tyre sold lot 55 tary stamps warranty ---
of Club deeds recorded with the Clerk of Circuit Subdivision to Selina B. Perkins for
Keystone Estates, Unit 1', to
J. and Court's Office. $10,000. ,
Shirley Draper H. Edward,
Jr. & Patricia S. Draper for$4,000. Q .(7GK
Ronald E. Newman, Sr. &John D.
Odom, III sold lot 9 of Block A, Everyone Is a genius at least once a year. The real genulses simply have ttlaw
Dalewood Subdivision to Janet G. their bright Ideas closer together. G.C. Lichtenberg
Olive for 8000.
Mark &Elaine Olin sold 1.91 acreson
Pleasant Grove Road to Blanche
Gibbs for$7,000.

Week ending Sept. 20... Held
Rex & Diane D. Brown sold 5.7: PRICE
acres on Market Road in Starke ti Overby 1/2
H. F., Jr. & Cornelia J. Wiggins foi
$93,500. 30 % Off 26" 10 SPEED BIKE
Farmers & Dealers Bank of Lak<< S ALE (Selected)
Butler sold 40.57 acres on S.R. S237 Popular Alan Liz
west of Brooker to Donald E.Gray< Demand LindaHairplanes
Wendy Tony
Judy S. Clark for$45,000. BICYCLES!!
Donna L. Brewer sold a parcel ol
land on West Call St. at Bay St. tc
Girls &
Freeman Register, III for$50,000. Boys 10-Speed --
Keystone Developers of BradfordInc. 149.95
Bicycles, were
sold a tract of land in Keystom
Club Estates, Unit 1, to Keystom Now 119.95 -
Oaks_LTD for* $70,000. +

Keystone State Bank sold lot 37 o 20" Boys Jump Bikes
PERMS
Geneva Lake Estates to Edwi' *

Olson Gerald for&$53,000.Diane Ely sold lots 5 &: Men & Women Body or Curlies were '179.95

of Dowling's Subdivision to Geral Now '139.95
M. Griffis and Gerald Griffis fo Reg. '40.00 HAIRCUT.Now20.00
$6,000.'
Olin M. McCann sold a parcel c *
land on S.R.S-235 near Moodyville t
CLOSE OUT!!
$17,500.Week Robert. C. & Carol K. Elliott fo Women Reg. '14.00 . . Now $7.00


Men Reg. 14.00 . . . Now $7.00 One
ending Sept. 27.. ( Only)
FROSTING *
Edna P.Trainor sold lots 1,2,3&: '
of Block 17 Crosby Lake Shores, 1 :. .1: Lawnflight 18 HP 44" Cut
Lawrence Stephen Winningham ft Men & Women Reg. 40.00 . Now 20.00 *

$7,500.Clyde Byron Terwillegar pu ALL HAIRCOLOR 199995Gun

chased parcel of land at the corn
of West Madison and Court Streets Men & Women Reg. '18.00 Now $9.00Open
Starke from the Estate of the la
Comer P.Perryman for 97500. Mon.-Sat. Offer Expires Nov. 30
Kenneth F. &: Jane C. Mannit
sold 2 acres near Graham to To CalUNow or Sto'p by 964-4645 Starke Cabinets
,
Oxley for$7,000. '

6 to 10 Gun Cabinets


Old Glory $23995 to $49995SPECIAL


, \ Feed & Supplies '199"
6-Gun was Now 179" One of Each 4 Q

(formerly Sapp's Feed Store) 10-Gun was 459" Now 399"

646 N. St. Clair Street Starke ....

(East on SR 16 4th Street on right)


964.6195 THIS IS NOT ALL!


LOOK LOOK LOOK LOOK LOOK Other markdowns on living room furniture,


II BIG SAVINGS!!! dining room suites and dinettes. I


Patterson 13.5%/ Steer Fat. . . . . . . ., 0 100 Ibs. $7.35 HURRY while selection is good to...

Patterson 12, % Hog Finisher . . . . . .'. 100 Ibs. 8.75

Patterson 12% Hi-Grain Horse Feed . . . . . 100 Ibs. $9.55.

Jazz 21'Dog Ration 0... . . .,. . '. . .0. 50 Ibs. $8.25 F= YlSJ / \ S8TA8L1SHED Et-k

Rose 21% Dog Chunks . . . ... . 50 Ibs. 7.95 HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
B.lio wuarws.w, .. .. ..APPUAMO.' ..rkOOM COV.MIMO.NOM..NT.wTA/NM.NyI
STOP IN TO FIND SAVINGS ON ALL OTHER I I;nom k'o I OVER 200STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST

PATTERSON FEEDS AND JAZZ DOG FOOD oueA.NresMc.I
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Complete Line of Farm from the r -.N N I- n
and Feed Supplies We Buy in Quantity People Who ""'"' (Corner of Hwy '100 & Walnut)

Jazz and AND care! 8:30-7:00: Mon.-FrL Starke 964.5289

Including Pass the Savings on to You! 8:30-12 Noon Sat. -.
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