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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 21, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
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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 rainy I weekend, courtesy of Hurricane Kate, is the weekend !, :::. " .4A
outlook for North Florida. social N..* . S-&A ;
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Warm, partly cloudy, and rain over the weekend ,is the extended Sports . : . . . 7-10A 1 .t,.
outlook, with lows in the upper 60s and highs ,in the lower 80s, and Football Contest t " 12A I r ,"
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high humidity through Saturday, turning slightly cooler Sunday' k; l fa f
The storm system covered the entire' state Wednesday afternoon SECTION' Bi 12 ..... ,
south of Bradford County Hurricane Kate with winds up to 115 Airport. Chang.t " .IBKlwanls : I y ,'l I I I I tlF.l Lfa M1
mph, was kicking up;her heals out in the Gui,. Forecasters thought Circus : ... ... .. ... .. .. .IB U vi ,'-.J-r
it might turn NE and ......south Georgia. Hunting Season. . . . 2B v ",'." 11.
The week's rainfall was widely scattered and slight Turk./ 'Tlp.. . .. ... .. ... ..3BN.ms r-I I ,,<:'
30-year average rainfall January-November Is 51.86 inches So ........ . ...., ,..". The Sweetest Stravt -

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available for the dinner-theatre, I, .I Ii ,,
"My Fair Lady," for this Friday i :" ,, ,

and Saturday nights, Nov. 22-23, the 1 1W1. .
Junior Woman's Club says. The -: #

dinner-theatre, presented by The r;" .' ,( ,,, ,1 t a n
Bradford Players and the Junior ..;. t,' t w6tI Store in Starke
Woman's Club of Starke, is playing y
for the final weekend this Friday 1,
and Saturday nights, Nov. 2223.
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Tickets to be picked up at the Ii A multi-million dollar commercial The corporation's original deci-
door may be reserved by calling II i complex announced last July by sion to locate here was based on
Evelyn Chastain, phone 964-7271, or I Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., for U.S. 301 results of extensive research of
Debbie Connaughton, phone South of Starke is apparently "deadin growth patterns in a three county
964-5326. the water" as an option to buy area, with Starke as the hub. It is
i I II KOA Campground property as a site reported that during this period the
Inverness Tickets... I for the proposed 25-store shopping Campground site was visited per-
center expired November 11 without sonally by Samuel Moore Walton,
Reserved seat tickets for the first ,I: being renewed. The company could founder of the huge Wal-Mart chain
post-season football game with In- have bought a 90-day extension of which includes over 750 stores in a
verness High here will cost $5 each p ..- the option, but failed to do so. 20-state trade territory. Other
and are on sale from Bradford The office of Horne Properties, Walton enterprises include the
High Finance Officer Wanda Inc., of Bartow, developers working Sam's Wholesale Clubs and Walton'sBen
Prevatt. Holders of regular season }I : ti tir with Wal-Mart on the Starke project, Franklin Stores.WalMart's .
reserved seat tickets will have first t confirmed the corporation's decision
choice. Their seats will be held not to proceed with plans at the pre- original announce
through next Wednesday, Nov. 27, Band Does Best Ever. sent time. No specific reasons were ment last July said the Starke store
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then the reserved seats left will go
given. would mean 80 new jobs in the area.
on sale to the general public. To The Spirit of Bradford took home top hOnors As customary with such Plans included spaces for more than
order go by BHS or phone Ms. from the Northeast Florida Marching Contest held developments, Wal-Mart's plans for 20 specialty shops, in addition to a
Prevatt at 9646092. General admis- at Jacksonville: Forrest High on Nov.' 16. construction of a 41,304 square foot drug store and a supermarket.
sion tickets will be $4 for the play- The band earned straight superiors and brought discount store hinged on securing At the time of Wal-Mart's first an-
off game. home three trophies and six plaques. other "anchors", including a deluxe nouncement, KOA owners, Fred and
(Top) These drummers keep the beat going for supermarket and a discount drug Ruth McElroy, said they planned to
Gator QB Club... the Spirit of Bradford during the halftime show at store. Difficulty in putting this move their campground to a new
the football game Friday night. They are (I-r) package together is believed to have location just south of the presentsite.
Bo Bayer, recruiting coordinatorwho Charlotte Terry, Charmin Wilkerson, Kevin influenced its decision not to exercise They are scheduled to return
keeps up with the NCAA rules Blankenship and Bradley Gilhousen. 4 ,; this option. from a vacation in Hawaii today
for the UF Gators, will speak from (Right) Suzy Wilson plays a flute solo during k' .r Although Wal-Mart's delay in closing (Thursday,Nov. 21) and could not be
7-7:45: p.m. at the Gator Quarterback halftime. She helped the woodwind section win its on the property and starting con- reached for a statement.
Club meeting tonight (Thurs- superior rating at contest. y struction had caused some local con- Wal-Mart's original plan was to
day, Nov. 21) at the Starke Golf (Below) These tuba players helped the brass cern, the November 11 option expiration start construction on the complexthis
and County Club. A covered dish section: win a superior rating at contest. came as a surprise to those fall with the store opening pro-
dinner is planned,after the speech. (L-R) Kevin Blankenship lays down a beat on awaiting activity on the project.Onistnlas. jected for the spring of 1986
I The meat is being provided. This the drums, while Brad Hamilton throws in a cou-
r week the social hour will begin ple of oompahs on the tuba. Jeff Adams has a BIG
after the program at 7 p.m. responsibility with the band in playing the bass
Starke Gator Quarterbackers say drum and Belinda Clark rounds out the sound with u
, they were scared to death by the her tuba playing.Spirit. Parade
\ B-52 bomber which buzzed the UF

stadium Saturday. The plane came ._ .
j;. in so low it just missed the .....",.. ". "' J 5} ,.: .:'. i
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say.This ,," Set December 7
is the final club meeting of '
1985. The annual banquet is set in ..rT

January. The Christmas! Parade is set Saturday, Dec. 7, beginning at 10 a.m.
from the south end of Thompson Street.

White Elephant Sale... All participants are asked to be on Thompson Street to receive a place-
i iI'' ment number by 9 a.m. Everyone is asked to be lined up 9:30: a.m.
A White Elephant Sale is set Fri Deadline to notify the Chamber of Commerce, the sponsoring organization -
day, Dec. 6, at the Senior Center of an entry is Dec. 4. Entry forms are available at the Chamber of
behind the Bradford County cour- Commerce, corner of Walnut and Madison Streets, and at The Telegraph
thouse. office on Call Street.
Anyone with items to donate is
asked to call Peggy Barnett, Center .d.di The parade route begins at the south end of Thompson Street, the in-
director, phone 964-4545, for free tersection of Walnut St. and Temple Ave (at the cannon), proceeds northon
pickup. ;fiI Walnut Street, left on Madison Street, right on Court Street, right onto
Call Street, left on Thpmpson Street, left on Jefferson Street and vill end
ir at the parking lot of the Florida National Bank.

Small Business... p w "Christmas Around the World" is the theme for the 1985 parade. All
A business analyst for one-on-one t ., float builders are asked to keep the theme in mind.
consultations will be available the Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three votes: $50, first place; $35,
last Friday of each month, the next second place, and $15, third place. A trophy will be presented to the first
meetings being Nov. 22, and Dec. place winner. The trophy will remain with the winner for three months,
''Ir'J then will be returned to the Chamber office where it will be on display until -

20.The Small Business DevelopmentCenter the 1986 Christmas parade.The .

(SBDC), Gainesville, announces
the beginning of the mon- Parade Committee requests that there be no live Santas except for
thly management information and ',,'. the real Santa at the end of the parade. The parade is mostly for childrenand
assistance sessions at the Starke- *r the committee does not want to cause confusion for them.

Bradford County Chamber of Com- ... Every entry in the parade must have sufficient adult supervision. The
.. distance of the parade route, approximately 7/10 miles, when determining -
merce for actual and prospective .. .. *". ', .. ""
limits of the children who be walking.
business owners. .. .. .. ".. .'\\I I oI!.... "., .. .., ...,..., ..,,_ c..;:: .,." age may
The SBDC is a service of the
State University System and the

sions.U.S.. Small There For more Business is no information charge Administration. for the, call ses- of Bradford Rates Highest Ever in Competition j jThe

the Chamber, phone 9645278.

the Bradford Middle School Band tig, Kim Uowens, Jay Hayes, Bill Hall, Kenneth Heiken, Michelle Hen-
Spirit 01 tsradford rated the Superior ratings, the highest Hamilton, Billy Harrison, Karen drix, Renee Hewett, Angela Joiner.
School
Arts and Crafts... highest it ever has in outside com possible, were earned by the BHS and the Lawtey Elementary at the Hodges, Lynn Holtzendorf, Becky Also, Kim Lee, Sherry Mattox,
Band will together
perform
drum Lottie Cole the wood-
petition at the NE Florida Marching major Karen
Nazworth, Jimmy. Zellouise Montgomery,
Manning, Larry
The second annual arts and and final BHS football game this Friday
Contest at Jacksonville Forrest High wind section, the brass section, Chanda
Schmidt Bianca Kenneth Owens
Quiette, Shawn Morgan, ,
crafts festival sponsored by the night, Nov. 22.
Tornado
School Nov. 16. the majorettes.
Brooker Volunteer Fire Depart- Simpson, Billy Starling, Tim Weir. Padgett, Kristin Pfenniger, Melinda
PERCUSSION: Jeff Adams, Powell, Jeff Sellers, Noy Srivibul,
ment is set for Dec. 7.
"The kids did real well. We The band brought home three
were Baucom, Micki Becker,Kevin Sheila Stewart, Craig Williams,
It is open to arts and crafts of all proud of them," says Band Director trophies and six plaques from the 1985-86 members of the Bradford Angle
Blankenship, Reggie Crum, Carle Suzy Wilson.
Cash and ribbon awards Band
categories. The band also High are:
Ball.Competing. Jax competition.
Buddy Foster Bradley Gilhousen, David MAJORETTES: Leanna Barfield,
will be given. For more information earned straight superior ratings this Director: Charles (Buddy) Ball. ,
Rogers, Kevin Starling, Charlotte Kim Casey, Lorrie King, Donna
write to: Program Director Assistant Band Director Jimmy
Florida Bandmasters
with 25 high school fall at the
Stalnaker BVFD P.O. Box Brownlee. Drum Lottie Cole., Terry Shannon Tucker, Charmin Langley, Donna Parado, Rosalyn
Tony bands at Forrest High School, some Marching Contest at UF in major: Wilkerson, Sarah Woodard. Taylor and Anna Ward.
127, Brooker, FL 32622. twice as big, the Bradford High band Gainesville this year. WOODWIND: Carol Baker, Karen COLOR GUARD: Ginny Bennett,

earned the opportunity to make the BRASS: Paul Bawek, Charles Black Robert Boone, Patty Cindy Frey, Pam Mikell, Laurie
nine finalists and finished fifth over Browder Kim Burch, Pam Carter, Mobley, Angela Montgomery, Rhonda -
DAY Meetings... Friday Show Set... Casner, Dale Cassels, Keven ,
which beat out
all. The four bands and Dawn
Dennie Coretha Daniels, Aaron Davis, Nettles, Cindy Ward,
Paul Coleman,
BHS from much larger The Spirit of Bradford, as the BHS ,Cogdill,
The local chapter of the Disabled were Easem, Doug Fer- Angela Davis Kem Fillyaw, Eddie Woolvin.
with Darley, Stephen
American Veterans meets every second schools. band has named itself, together
Thursday of the month at the

Pratt There Street is a Recreation covered dish Center.supper at Prosecuters State Case against Altoona Trucker in 4-Death Wreck I

7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30: p.m.
'-' According to the state at lane and toward tne right shoulder of
For Altoona Fl. Also by his own ad- guidelines.
late afternoon continue the week. the road when it still half.mile
By Wednesday through mission had been drinkingand torney's office when a precedentwas was a
Upcoming... (Nov. 20) the state had presented Killed at the scene were Katie within, Taylor the 24 hours had eaten on- established for victim injuries away from the car.
The Starke Zoning Board will nearly two-thirds of 18-some Campbell Crawford, 32; her sister, a sandwich, according to which would have added five yearsto "There was no place for me to go
ly
had called to in Gretha and spam but into the other traffic lane to
it
meet at 7 tonight (Thursday, witnesses testify Campbell Cain, 34, Assistant State Attorney Thomas the defendant's sentence, the
Nov. 21) in p.m.city hall. the trial of Gary Lynn Taylor, the Altoona Cain's 8-yearald daughter. Melody Elwell. The state said the evidence defense chose to proceed with the avoid the collision. But then I saw
Committeeof FL truck driver whose semi- Johnson. Cain's nine year-old son, trial. the truck turn into the car, I recall
would applied
The Parent Advisory show the truck never
Bradford High School will meetat truck collided with a car and killed Aaron Johnson, died the following brakes before the accident, at the Lamar Crawford,the driver of the spinning around like the world was
7:30 tonight (Thursday, four members of a local family last afternoon at Baptist Hospital in time of impact or following the accident 1979 LTD Ford sedan, took the standto crashing down on me," said
Nov. 21)p.m.in the BHS media center July 20. Jacksonville.The tell of his family's trip, the accident Crawford.When the car came to rest
( ). All interested parentsare Approximately 18 witnesses In- state presented in an opening The defense attorney, ,Assistant and the accident scene. Crawford said his door was jammed."I .
library
invited to attend. cluding law enforcement officers, statement a scenario of the family's Public Defender Dennis Wells, requested Crawford who lost his wife, sister-in- had to crawl out on the passenger
The Bradford County Zoning rescue personnel, a medical examiner travel from Ft. Pierce to Bradford he be allowed to reserve his law and her two children in the acci- side. There was no passenger side
Board will meet Tuesday, Nov. 26, and blood experts testifiedfor County and of the semi tractor- right to present his statement in the dent, received a broken nose and left on the car," he said.
trailer truck New Testimony from blood experts is
the state. travelling from arm. His step-daugher, Kerrie
at The 7 p.m.Bradford in city hall.High QuarterbackClub Taylor is wiled four countsof 'York to Bradford County and their closing the arguments.In absence of the Jury follow Crawford, was hospitalized for expected today, (Thursday,Nov.21)
will meet Tuesday Nov 26, at Driving intoxicated meeetmg et sunset when the semi ing the opening statement, plea several months with multiple In- to prove Taylor was drunk, that his
7:30 in the Western Steer manslaughter and four counts of. was on the wrong side of the road 1.7 aegoUtions appeared to be in the juries.Crawford. blood alcohol. content was .24 percent
Steak: p.m.House. All parents are invited vehicular homocide. After nearly miles south of Starke. The truck making! with Taylor pleading to the said there was no other .
to attend. two days of testimony, presiding driver, who by his own admission charges in exchange for a sentenceof vehicle on the road Just the semi see'Taylor..p..2Mi
Judge R.A.: (Buzzy) Green said had been up 48 hours,stopped to loanpotatoes 12 under the sentencing which had drifted into the westbound (
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I Starke City Patrolmen Receive 5 Percent Salary Increase _


Starke's 12 policemen will get a The rest of the 95 city employeesgot negotiated by attorney Brown Crosby's
my suggestion, agreed to in the work
same period. The exten- Was told writer Linda
five percent salary increase effective a five percent pay increase last which amounts to $624 per year bas- extend the work period to 80 hours, sion to an 80-hour work is Starke by grant
Nov. 8, as soon as the union, the Oct. 1 effective with the period Day that has pretty good
1985-86 ed on a 40-hour work week. Five per or two weeks, to give more time to legal, commissioners
were told by chance to qualify for a Community
$575,000 -
Police Benevolent AssociationPBA fiscal year. City attorney Terry cent of the $13,000 starting pay for a allow an employee compensatory attorney Brown, who said he thinks
( ), signs the contract which in* Brown has been Action Block Grant. The rest
with the
bargaining
Starke policeman is $650. Police time President Ronald Reagan has the PBA will that
accept change. of the NW Starke known
cludes a few changes made Tuesday PBA since August. hired from now on, if PBA agrees, signed an amendment to the Garcia Crosby pointed out that if area, as
Nov. 19, by the City Commission commissioners a Reno, not upgraded in some $1.4
night City the
agreed to will be paid $13,624. Law making it legal for governmental policeman had to appear in court in million of work from 19791982.
30 cents!! per hour pay increase The council, .at Commission\ Jim units to Rive compensatory time connection with one of his cases, the Starke's application was one of the

.. .. "' .... .. officer is considered on duty, even if lowest rated in 1984, said Ms. Day
u it is his day off "If we don't look into but the city has since passed a Fair
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"HEARING AID EXPERT ; [ this we're going to face an Housing Law and the guidelines of
I\\" '" ''' astronomical overtime bill at the have been
: the backto
grants changed
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: ., j:;, ,r"J' ... klJ!: ,gl I+ ;......,1 M_ StiN". :. :p .L .qii\ i end of the year," said Commissioner the way the funds were intendedto
To Visit Starke and I: .... .. . . .. .;. . ." . ,. .. .. Crosby.To be dispersed by the U.S. Dept. of
hold down overtime, the com- Housing and Urban Development,
CitiesMR. mission directed that policemen be the agency which funnels. the federal
Surrounding % given compensatory time in such funds to the program.
9.07 cases. The city cannot afford over-
KEN BARBER FACTORY TRAINED time except for holidays for which

EXPERT WILL BE ATKOCH'S overtime is already budgeted, they
said. This will have to be done, and Turned over to committee for
DRUG STORE Uuiiydlvldendstreeoffederal lax* C.tlI1 -13M administrative personnel will haveto study the purchase of two cars, for
'We'llrutha prot.ptclu which includes substitute for employees who are the Police Department and one for
Monthly dividend paid In cash or reinvested information about churgea and expenses.Head
the Electric Department for
166 W. Call Street Starke Florida
at the next determined net asset value. It carefully before>ou invest send off."If
Bill at the
money. they take two hours and go to Superintendent Weldon
Friday & Saturday November 22 & 23 Managed by a leading analyst of tax 'C.""" (MM 18 Misname l 'V imwIUIlif IM MMIMvlil court on their on time, we can still suggestion of Commissioner Vernon
free securities. < ......" pet .pit Hun l Ir tltt Mnlh. man| N... le.Tms give them two hours off later in the Silcox. Silcox pointed out Chief Jim-
9:00 a.m. to 4:00: p.m. III *..MK>t Hit mild IIy III MiriK.M.MIUM"luMKHii1 next week in the same pay period," my Bowen is driving a new car now.
Easy dally access to all or part of your ... l plci .tor"I UIM ,....... TM wM vary ktcauw eI said
FOR THOSE THAT HEAR BUT DO NOT UNDERSTANDPlan capital. cMnyl. h IM FuM'l. tUtlkullMI. ad.Htrt.. iricl.. pwIM Crosby.
*W hMM .ay It IUt.tCl M ItiH llrf .Hell,ran. "It. will give us more leverage to He said perhaps the
Now to Attend Here Is What You Win Receive: AffordiibliInvestment! minimum IMnn" niybicMNiM. MiMnitliiithiiilMcnt.OFFERED give time off within the 80-hour pay city can save
money by buying one new car, giving -
A FREE itoctnnlc hearing test conducted by I nearing Aid Specialist someone who will BY period," added Commissioner it to Weldon, and having the
ba to of( Ion and the kind of that Is available.A Travis Woods.
glad explain "e..nllypel miring help now Police
Dept. keep using the five cars
American Capital Financial ServicesRichard Only 3 or 4 of the 12 city policemenare
dtmonttraMofl of the new All-IN-THE.EAR netting Instrument. You will sae that this it now has. Police Chief Jimmy
DeVoe Reg. Rep. Financial Management ServicesP.O. dues-paying members of PBA. Bowen was not present Tuesday
Hny Instrument may be the answer to your problem.H But the is
city required to bargain
Box 206 Lake Butler Florida 32054 night. Commissioner Jimmy Crosby
you are wearing aid, It willie cleaned and adjusted to Insure maximum performance with the entire police force, says said the city may need one or two
Police Chief .
TO AVOID WAITING PLEASE CALL 964.6757 Jimmy Bowen.In new cars but the council needs to
,Wllffllt.t/r'Q"/ d MH !dNq f"ee, ""ITI<'1rn'lII: Qijlft': ,p (eptf.J(M4;>R.f. ; other Nov. 19 action, the coun- look and see where and how the pre- -
FOR AN APPOINTMENT sent cars are being used before mak-
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A state appeals court has thrown
out a seven-year sentence for a prominent
Bradford County man con-
victed earlier this of drug deal-
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'*f t* ing.The
1st District Court of Appeal
sent Johnnie Blaine Thompson'scase
back to Circuit Judge John J
Crews for resentencing after a
three-judge appeals panel Nov. 12
found Crews had exceeded the
'aS state's sentencing guidelines
,,3 J r p without sufficient reason.,.

S Thompson, former owner of Sonny's -
SSSS\ S 1 1 w'rY Bar-B-Q restaurant in Starke,
was arrested Nov. 6 and chargedwith
C tr eight drug-related counts, in-
M cluding possession and delivery of
($te. cocaine. But as part of a pleabargain

5*%> he acknowledgedt guilt! on.
i't only one count of conspl; / dcy to trat- III i
l, : 1lo cdeaYeittvexcesg: of'28'grams! in",.J I
4 .. I If Yr January A pre-sentence investigation -
report recommended a prison
,r pt.. r r : ti, sentence of five to seven years,
.-' '; ''.*' which was in excess of the 3to 4/
if ,/ >>'*;:'&'' years called for under state sentencing -
V -; fcmfc /e' guidelines.The .
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report identified Thompson,
who was a prominent business
l,' >w< leader and a past school board

member, as a "ringleader" among a
group of drug dealers. It said he hadbeen
'. ',- .,'. dealing drugs for a long time
: and that he was doing it out of desireto

/"', ..'.' .'."'' : J make more monty.
."'" After reviewing the report, Judge
'" ; Crews imposed the seven-year-
; ,<:? : : sentence, along with 12 years proba-
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** > ; >, { f.-o--: : S $ tion. He cited several reasons whyThompson's
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As SSF"i' sentence should exceed
Y.atia.h .', "' the guidelines.But .
>' < ? '*/ the appeals court said most of
; 'r those reasons were invalid, finding
merit in only two of them.
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S appeals court was Crews' assertion
that "Thompson deserved a stiffer
d"' ,t' sentence because he posed
R. ;;1 as a productive
business leader and devoteeof
a highly respected fraternal order
tree while dealing in cocaine with
Climbing a 4v aEr=. younger and lesser intelligent men."
Nir/ "this reason violates the prohibition .
be R xw t',. <* < &Q" ". against sentencing an individualon
can a shocking experience. ? Vijv1 the basis of social or economic
>*** =& TS* status," Appeals Judge E. Earle

Before you or your children climb a tree, look up to see if therefore <)*'.,*-*;* Zehmer Another wrote.reason Crews gave was

lines S Ms-v the Thompson's "nefarious
any power nearby. rr*. >.. *KJJ4 unlawful activity'nas
If there are, make sure there's no danger of touching them or even $? ** '' impact unpon this small had community.a profound

coming close. ** Operating from a widely known and

And remember that the tree itself could become accidentally charged'. -' **$ ',;':: defendant respectable became named restaurant a menace, the to

with electricity. All it takes is for a branch to come in contact with a -vr-, t* v> t\ society"To condone on his crime this as binge.a permissiblereason

power line.If someone gets close to the point of contact,they could get a for departure from the

certain conditions-wet for ; Lt&A guidelines would inflict upon individuals -
severe shock.And ,under weather; example d w \ in small communities the
-the electric current can be carried all the way to the gro nd.Th t V ; potential for more severe sentences

means it's also possible to get a shock from simply. touching the trunk, munities than individuals," Zehmer wrote.in large. com-

of the tree The valid reasons found by the appeals -

So always look up before you have anything do with a tree.And 'S'S Thompson court was were dealing the assertions drugs "for that

tell your children to do the same; Naturally were working to keep your I "ff. r i 'iSfe all the evil love and of money that he(was which) is root of

trees clear of our lines. But we also know little boys and girls love. .to' Y. the leader in cocaine trafficking undoubtedly in
Bradford County."
'climb, them.

,'Whatwe're concerned about is that you and ypur children are aware .

of the dangers, so that if they should climb a tree without your know. TaylorFrom

ing, you can take comfort knowing they looked before climbing. ;

Encouraging safety is just one Wrj.fe' working ham! at being. the, j: i x ( Page)

kkd of power company you want. :' ',' ', -
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tolerance
developed chronic alcohol
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far v'p s'T function normally. Attorney Wells
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BHS Coaches Have Plenty.. To Praise After Big: Win Over Tavar.

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Tornado gridders came out of the Keith Gillingham, tackles Tommy I BJ _. -
Jones and Jenkins and Coach
Tavares ;: keep a fresh Hurse phoned
offense game healthy, and both the Parker and Greg Jackson, and running in the game all the time Florida coaching friend a west Crystal River thinks it has a chance district are competing, such as Dist.
and
defense looked in Wednesday, to beat Inverness 1 and Dist
sharp center Danny Manning. now. found out the 3, the highest numbered
the possible
one-sided contest, Bradford High Running behind that line, running Godby was regional opponent If BHS gets by the district play-off, district, Dist. 3 In this case, would be
coaches say. back Clinton Jenkins carried for 174 Defensive Backs... ;night, and was planning playing Thursday to scout the Regional opponent will be either the home team.If .
yards and three touchdowns. : Tallahassee Godby or Crestview even-numbered Dist. 2
The them. Godby
The Tornado Godby visited BHS
Defense... Jenkins is 864 yards rushing through defensive backs fired Tavares last week against Coach Hurse says Godby is a better wins, then BHS Dist. 3 winner would
up quickly Coach Hurse
The defense settled down after nine game and has a chance to made on running plays, and says. defensive team. Crestview is more travel to Tallahassee for that game,
some initial confusion when Tavares become the first Tornado back to defense a good many tackles. Still, the ,; BHS,winner of District of an offensive threat. since it would depend on who was at
3 will
came out in since Marvin DeSue intercepted 2 of Tavares' 8 face Godby has lost its last two home and who
an entirely new offense gain 1,000 yards the winner of District 4 here Nov. games, traveled the week
passes. Getting the '28
than they had shown. The Eagles back in 1978.Running! interceptionswere .in the district to Bay High and to Tallahassee before. If Dist. 1 Crestview wins
were running a single back offense back Andy Jones gained thews.Johnny Clark and Aaron Mat beaten 18-0 by the play-offs.Tornadoes Inverness in the, Leon, Hurse points out. that lowered number district would
a slot with two tight ends. Before the 102 yards in 12 carries, and scored fourth game this and Since 1985 is an odd year, the odd travel to the district 3 winner.
Crystal
BHS game Tavares had used a twice. The speedy Jones has 477 Smelling a chance for a state River play tomorrow season night ( number football district play at Probably Class 3A District 5 winners
wishbone, a three back offense. yards so far, since he has come on in championship, Tornado coaches Nov. 22) for the District 4 Friday, home in the state playoffs. Dist. 3 is Orlando-Jones, in District 6
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sex- the past four or five games. "He were headed to Tallahassee Thurs- ship. Coach Hurse champion-both In- BHS then hosts both district playoff Bartow, in District 7 Clewiston, and
ton was concerned about after the adds a whole new demension to our day night, Nov. 21, to scout verness and Crystal River says have 7-2 against the Dist. 4 winner.In District 8 NapesLely.Bradford .
week's layoff about just how his offense," says Coach Sexton. Coach Tallahassee Godby against records Hurse has thought Inverness the regional game the! odd fans must go back to 1965
defense, which has been playing Hurse says he plans to alternate Tallahassee Rickards. the favoriter .but number district winner is the home to find a 10-0 team. That state championship -
.:. says tem. Or, if two odd numbered team "
sharp since the Bishop Kennv- -came.. .. _. was 120.AMERICA'S
would come back and play.
Best defensive linemen of the _
week honors were shared by sam -
linebacker Lonnie Hamilton weak i
side end Greg Jackson, and inside ( _1 .
linebacker Ron Brown for playing : __ _
their position without mistakes. "I rr ii
tell you, it's: getting harder every I ,
week to pick out an outstanding
defensive lineman. You can look at
the film, go up and down it, and
nobody is playing a sloppy game. y _
t We're getting a good effort out of
I everybody," says Coach Sexton of
., the Tornado defense that racked up
its fifth shutout of the season. FAMILY DRUG STORE
Most everybody played in the
Tavares game. The defensive Sale prices good thru
starters were tackles Billy Harrell Enter tiw Edrenl self
and Chris Dougherty, strong end Billy Sat., November 23, 1985. Sweepstales & pickup
Jackson, weak side end 1
Jackson and Dennis Cummings Greg, inside vour Esters! & Self S

linebackers Gary Wise and Ron i MagaDI "A Healthier: ,

Brown Hamilton, sam and linebacker rover back Lonnie Aaron More Beautiful: You" :

Matthews. ,, Insert !
Billy Jackson led Tornado tackl /
ing with 5 individual tackles and 4
1 assists. Aaron Matthews and Ron NA COME IN AND PICK( UP OUR 8-PAGE SALES CIRCULAR< FOR MORE UNBEATABLE SAVINGS

I Brown were 5.3, Greg Jackson 5-2.
I Gary Wise and David Hamilton were

3-2" Greg Wiggins 3-1, Billy Harrell
3, Frank Long 2.1. Chris Dougherty
1.2, and Wendell Shanks one tackle.

The Offense...

Bradford's Pest Control got off the y e, i 4 I

football together, with power, and
led the BHS back to 320 yard of
rushing offense against Santa Fe. ri
Coach Hurse didn't get to practicehis i1BA1
passing. attack. It was unnecessary mss ,fir r.

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Named best offensive lineman of L A..Y.11 W3n ti: l
the week by Coach Jay Godwin was A r d4i M
guard Chris Cribbs. The other star- rrti
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the Rec... 1.99QOIOI

I Basketball time... CriLH. Z

I Registration, boys .,a cLy8irls-) Af, "'w*. FIV91N8f JUMEtJfW*" d ,- -. Ie IUIClI.az:-.. GIDBDX
basketball starts Nov. 12 and ends c PLOT r I IIIIN IYFI IN t>ml
Dec. 6 for the coming season. Ages 2PIKEMI
are 7 to 14 for the leagues that are

forming.Go .
by the Pratt Street center from GILLETTE 4 FORp GIITTI UGIIT7
3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Fridayor 1 87 cooo nan uuons 10.51eoU all fabric bleach -'
at the Old Armory from 8:30: a.m. KCUUU or PIVOT iuiaiNUGNnI 1
to noon and 1-5:30: p.m. Reg .t' u. ?

For more information, call the j ,__
Rec Dept, 9646792. j suya d OVA >4 00

Hoop Shoot Coming... SAVV

For the hot basketballers amongthe
younger set, the Elks Club is ? sudafedaOmguMMi
version of II,,
sponsoring this year's
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local Hoop Shoot Contest on Wednes- Abutlnvadl1'y

day, Dec. 11. Ilu I ..
Boys and girls will compete in 7 'uiy TIlu a.n.

separate divisions with the winners ..:::::.-; .
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going on to district competition in SUDAFEOMG. DIMENSION SHAMPOO .'; \ ,
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Live Oak, Saturday, Jan. 18. The TABLETS 24': Of CONDITIONER SOFT-N-DRI A OLYMPIC ES2 ''l \29")4'91 \
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1 e99Of IOU-011 DEODORANT ,
will be in 1 99 1 39 -N-ROD "" .
state competition SYRUP 4-OZ. Limit 2 13-01 1.S-OZ. ,33 N51.98AEEl ,.aMMI"T<<'$CiD',' ,.
Okeechobee on Feb. 15.
Ages are from 8 through 13, with
April 1, 1986 being the eligibility '
determination date. Registration is OV 1'If '
SpV caw*
through Monday, Dec. 9. Age groupsare 1.99 Nei
8-9,10-11 and 1213.
Each contestant will have 25 free 40 SO. FT. WRAP
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throws, with the winner being deter- SO" HIDE4RflU
mined by how many are made. ION Rea. 2.992V. !

For more information, go by the
Old Armory on North Temple Ave.or 1.47
call 9646792.
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Doves to fly... CUSS IOX OF ORNAMENTS I RtJ. 1.99 II II A TOUR CHOICE WTEI COLOR PAINTJET IIOUTOU 3 QQ FACE SOIiOIA KIT COOIJfTT1 Reg. 1.00
The second phase of dove season WOODEN JEWELRY IOX er 99 C OATONS 1*'I Refl. 1.19 Colour Sensation &
II 1L i. NECIIACt CASE IM. 19.91 Of COLORING IOOH Rea. 99 Grand ClaSsJQue ._. 10,99
starts one-half hour before sunrise, 7.88 ?
Nov. 16 and ends Dec. 1, with the .,
third phase running from Dec. 14 5" IlliG TlEE .
through Jan. 13. STAND NE. 9.99 .1 "


Courts to shine... 10 88 .; M m' 4tJ .
The Starke City Commission pass- :
ed a proposal at their regular ixRNSTiA s pie 35-- "
meeting to light the tennis courts at I EL
leg. 1UI! -4
.e _
Bradford High School in a joint fun- a
ding plan with the Bradford County
GENERAL ELECTRIC NrfKr .1'1.'
School Board. uls C I
2.99 MERtY MIDGET .:.
The city will provide the estimatedcost initialnecessary .4QQ a:!i:;; IS LIGHT SET Itg. 5.99 FliP FLOPS I" eoirwRniu HARD NAT SERIES
materials at an Limit 1 Rebate per customer. o ASsoAmur
of $5,088 and will install the 1.99 = 3.97 18811DRTNENT2e97 It*. SJSSOATNENT

materials.The .
city and the school board will pO 5.00
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Bicycle ride set...

David Bakley invites all bicycle
enthusiasts to join him in a 3-mile
ride Saturday, Nov. 23, beginning at
10 a.m. at Hal's Bike Shop on Call
Street in Starke.
Legal shooting hours are from

one-half hour before sunrise until COLOR UYSTOMI M 1 55 au CAIIEIA LAS W lOX mnrai ../fII STEREO TOSHIU MINI
one-half hour before sunset. Hunters a 9.15s 24/ iali.Li Ii 0i. 41.95o CASI WITH WITH HEADPHONES STEREO
may take 12 birds per day but only .. ISO bullt.=. flash.f000S and 5.88.49900-.... CASSETTES 14.99.< ...u .... 19.91 59.98.RTSX1 .... 74.99
four of the white-winged variety perday
with a possession limit of 24, 1 -
with no more than eight being white- When you're serious about 35mm

winged doves.Hunting M DlABETlCARE .
I
season dates... ---rii!

The statewide general hunting '
lasts until FULL SELECTION AND COMPETITIVE; PRICES ge '
season begins Nov. 16 and FOR alft"'IOW l
Jan. 12 thIS year. For more information THE CARE OF DIABETES. pg PHOTO PROCESSING --
concerning regulations or public efert nearest you.W IXCLUtrmVATECKIRO
Ask
your pharmacist about our total
dlabetlcare
the Game program.
hunting facilities, contact special offers on a variety. of diabetic ftserr30uWtOE11 SLEEVED GLOSSY KODAK R .
Fish Commission at supplies
and Freshwater nut to unit PRINTS NEGATIVES PAPER
7th vial of insulin FREE
of-
FLorida Regional
its Northeast ..pllt2t2es., UlTRALAS PROCESSING IS GREAT POR/ NEW KODAK V fllMI
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STARKE'SFHCSTAVTQBy enhanced. But he soon had to get rid of it of
because it was always out of repair,and no
II.E,Lager,"_ one in town could fix it.
Ttlffraph, Sept.25, 1138 The early cars had no tops and were

The first automobile seen in Starke wad-- rihS(: equipped with a wooden dashboard Insteadof ;
dled in one day in 1911. While the astounded a windshield. The tread was wider thanat
gaping at present, and the wheels would not track
proletariatthem holding on to fried with the horse-drawn vehicles. The steering -

ponies and mules,the president of the local wheel was on the right-hand side. The u a,+
bank, forgetting his dignity for the moment springs were so stiff that the vibration in use
ran to the Hoover Bros, moving over the ungraded roads was '
photographic studio to have them come something terrific. Nuts, bolts and screws
and take a picture. The owner of the auto, were constantly Jarred out of place and
graciously consented to have it pushed in could be picked up all along the roads. The
front of the bank for( a picture, showing consequent rattling made horns unnecessary the
beyond a doubt, that the bank was doing for everyone knew when an
usiness with millionaires.The auto was approaching.The .
first Starke citizen to own an auto braking equipment on the first cars
vas B.E.Canova. It was a contraption that was a mystery but there seemed to be a the bumps."I
had passed through many ownerships, telepathic understanding'- between the
judging from its looks. Yet it was greatly machine and its driver, so that the contraption the "

admired and Mr. Canova's prestige was EDITORIALS. stopped dead at the! desired point the i



"The / i


Community; College; System the



Valuable to State's EducationThe got

of the first automobile in I.alllit'
for main drag in the early IU
increasing importance of community degree in a much shorter time. ;

i colleges on the education scene Senior citizens also benefit by the opportunity suit the cars gave the butter a '
c is evident in the fact that they are now of attending classes without not flavor and the ingenious

I serving more than 700,000 persons in tuition charges. was given up.
water in the radiator
enough
Florida, ranging from high school age the
adults Educators agree that one of Florida's neglected by these early drivers,
to adults to middleaged
young could
the their cars be seen along the I
greatest contributions in the field of
and senior citizens.
\ the spouting steam from their engines, i
I education is the community college, the drivers were anxiously scooping t
Best of all is the fact that community
i which provides opportunities for an increasing little water they could find in the '
: colleges have placed two years of col- number of adults, including but gum cups hanging on nearby

lege on a financial level that is minorities and the disabled or disadvantaged trees. i:
moderate enough to be within the reachof The Starke Center provides this instead of two or three cars in the
it sometimes if
who sincerely desires to town, seems as there
everyone at a valuable of hours
savings two or or three cars in almost every
better his and
her
or opportunities more in commuter time daily, as well as in town. Yesas someone once
broaden his or her horizons. travel expenses to out of county col the times do change!

The fact that the new SFCC Starke leges.At.

Center is already serving nearly 300 President Robertson Tells Rotary:
students from Starke, Keystone the same time, major contribu-
Heights Lawtey tions are made to the economic well-
,
Gainesville Lake 'Butler, Hampton, Waldo,, being of the local community, resulting'from Starke's SFCC Center is Here To Serve Needs"We

Graham and Brooker demonstrates the a pool of higher skilled workers

latent need that existed in this area for with expanded abilities, and increased
an "in-house" educational institution of- earning power. It is generally recognized want to offer everything demandedby who wish to broaden their horizons and literacy is still surprisingly high in the na-
the community, Alan J. Robertson, equip themselves for a better, more productive tion, and that persons who cannot read and
that Florida would have attainedits
fering a wide spectrum of courses from not president of Santa Fe Community College, life.President. write are severely handicapped in perfor-
literature to computers.More position of leadership among the nation's told Starke Rotarians last week in review- ming jobs that pay enough to support
Robertson said the center is
states without the substantial ing the successful completion and
openingof
fifty themselves and their families. "Santa Fe
than encouraging more specialized courses for
200,000 Floridians enroll contribution made to the economy by the new SFCC Starke Center. adults and that additional courses wouldbe Center now places the advantages of

annually in community colleges to community colleges. The' present enrollment of almost 300 added if requested by a minimum of IS literacy within the reach of all, at very little
upgrade existing skills or to acquirenew students from 16 different communities in persons. "We would like to provide opportunities cost," the speaker said.
job skills. Although the universitiesand This has not gone unnoted by Florida the Northeast Florida area has been gratifying to meet the needs of the entire The micro-computer laboratory at

colleges do offer some of the same legislators, the Governor, and other the speaker said, and indicates that range of population in our community and Starke Center is equipped with eight IBM
freshman and sophomore academic state officials, inspiring them to make the Starke Center is fulfilling its mission of surrounding area," he said. PC-Juniors and is proving "popular with
our state a role model of cooperation placing two years of college within the adults as well as younger students President
courses, the universities do not providethe
reach and financial means of all persons Robertson said that the percentage of il- Robertson said.
vocational between the universities and community -
program opportunitiesthat ,. ,
.
are offered by most community col- colleges,, working' together to meet. 'it '.... -- '" '. '" -
, leges. -" ',""' ," the educational and economic needs. of.a'If'ti Brddford
Democrat
,Attend
Delegates ,
Another attractive feature of com- rapidly growing population. \ 'Pep Rally "'- NI

munity colleges, including the Starke Starke and Bradford County have f

Center, is the "dual enrollment" pro- already shown their strong support of Bradford County was represented at the the presidential waters for 1988. Special Hawkins. One oi the most popular booths
the community college concept of ad- State Democratic Conference in honors were accorded veteran House heralded Gov. Graham, potential can-
gram whereby high school students
can Hollywood last weekend by Desta Dyal, member Claude Pepper, champion of the didate as Florida's next U.S. Senator.
vanced education and of
enroll in courses not offered at the high recognition State Committee Woman Jewel Brown
; interests of Senior Citizens. "It was more "We can't rely on our legacy to carry us
school and obtain both high school and the invaluable role that the Starke vice chairman of the Bradford County like a pep rally than a convention," com- into the year 2000" Rep. Jon l\hllslIouse

college credit with no added fees, and Center plays in meeting the educational Democratic Executive; Committee, and mented Bradford delegate Terwillegar.Three .! Speaker-Elect, told young Democrats
text Books provided without cost. Thus needs, both academic and vocational, of members James Reddish, Sandra Red- gathered for a Future Leaders of Florida
our people. dish, Jimmy and Olivia Scott,Anna Felos, Democratic hopefuls for the, workshop. "We can no longer afford to be
they AA (Associate of Arts
can
earn )
an and .
Cecelia Terwillegar.The Governorship( in 1986, Senate President complacent" The young Democrats planto

Bradford delegation was visited by Harry Johnston of West Palm Beach, organize statewide to register first-time
Gov. Bob Graham Commissioner of former Representative Steve Pajcic of voters and get youth more involved in local

I'' Agriculture' Doyle Conner and 13th Jacksonville, ana Sen. Frank Mann ot fr'tu i campaigns..
District Rep. George Crady. Myers, mixed and mingled with the Senate President-elect Ken Jenne of
I'i delegates, amid a sea of campaign Hollywood told the upbeat delegates, "The
i Acid Rain Is Threatening The 2,000 delegates applauded Florida's literature! and promises, as cheerleaders worst thing the Democratic Party has
Senator Lawton Chiles, Delaware's done is not tell our story. We saved the
Senator Joseph Biden, and Missouri's Rep. urged delegates to help Democrats recapture beaches, built the roads, and fought the
l North Florida Lake Richard Gephardt, the latter two testing the nation for the party, including the crime and didn't tell people we were the
Region Senate seat now held by Republican Paula ones doing it."

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The following article is reproduced from a letter to the Florida Times Union.

f Forestry in Bradford CountyBy Letters ITo

Those of us who follow the acid rain issue on ponents of critical lakes. -
a daily basis were not too surprised by the recent EPA's avoidance of Florida's acid rain problem David W.Norton will arrive later this month. I

announcement that the Environmental is even more disturbing to those of us who Bradford County Forester Turkey oaks, covering many brilliant The Editor
Protection Agency's National Lake Survey saw EOA Assistant Administrator for Air miles of sandy soils, will turn a !
found Florida to have the highest number of red for a week or two when December
Quality Charles,Elkins' comment on the new Autumn brings spectacular foliage colors -
acidic lakes in the country. However, we were to nights turn chilly. This is the one momentof TI1K ANIMAL KPIDKMICOK :
data. He told The Washington Post that Florida Florida trees just as it does to the
shocked to hear that,in spite of their confirmation residents "now should be more concerned trees of the Carolina mountains. It's the glory for this scrubby little member of SURPLUS CATS ANI DOGS
of this "alarming" situation EPA has not about their water than they have been." In scale of show that is different.In the majestic oak tribe. All the hickory Many animals die in warfare, but
included Florida its family of trees will color with
lake in
a single follow-up to up bright
typical EPA fashion, Elkins downplayed the thousands of dogs and cats die daily whilea
and
Georgia Tennessee
the lakes survey. 'especially yellow, deepening to gold as the season
I report, assuring us that the new EPA data battle
the Carolinas, people flock to the moun- Dogwoods will take losing continues against human
High levels of and low natural shows "no basis for alarm, with the possible progresses. on a rangeof
I acidity very tains to see millions of trees all erupting colors dominated The apathy toward animal overpopulation.Only .
p, levels of materials of Florida." Apparently Floridians by orange.
protective buffering are
exception simultaneously in bright reds, golds and weedlike wild tree
will small
f should lakes cherry turn bright a percentage of animals have
, found in thousands of Florida lakes accordingto be concerned about their but not
purples. In Florida, you have to seek out yellow. Even wild vines invisible owners who
the new EPA, and other, data. The Trail EPA.f'lorida's. grape in really care for them. The unwanted -
individual trees or small groves, tucked the general of become animals
greenery summer, are abandoned to starve,
1 of northeastern Florida
Ridge area the Ocala
away among other kinds of trees still unaf- blankets and curtains of for be
yellow a few randomly shot, poisoned, killed by
1
National Forest and of the
of En-
parts panhandle secretary of the Department
fected by fall.The home display is not like- days of fall. automobiles or become the victim of some
are the areas of greatest concern. Acid rain in vironmental Victoria Tschinkel,
Regulation
ly to attract any tourists, or even be much other form of
these areas is well within the range that scien- has sent a tough letter to Courtney Riordan of noticed travelers on the highways.But The yellow color so common in Florida painful or lingering death.
tists worldwide associate with the damage of EPA's Research and Development Office to by forests is a pigment that exists in the leaf Prevention of overpopulation lies with
similarly sensitive lakes. protest EPA's omission. Tschinkel and her foresters and others who do get inside all year. It is masked until the overwhelming every pet owner. Please have your pet
While some of Florida's lakes are naturally staff are right on target in demanding that the woods for close looks can find green of the chlorophyll disappears in spayed or neutered to help in the battle
: acidic some of EPA's $70 million acid rain research trees that match in brilliance anything in Autumn. against abandoned animals.
many are not. Evidence that acid rainis the
Smokey Mountains The
,damaging Florida's lakes is mounting. budget be spent on long-term monitoring of sumacs are The reds and pigments that Claire M. Cappe, member
just as red the poplar leaves
just IBright
acid levels and damage in Florida. ; as do not form until fall. ,
However very little research is being done to yellow and some ashes a peculiar fleshy days and chilly Bradford Humane Society
determine the extent of the threat to the 54 per purple unlike anything else in the woods. nights aid in the formation of this pigment -
cent of Florida's lakes which the EPA data Riordan is a holdover from the regrettableEPA but frost is not necessary, and ui
considers vulnerable to acidification from acid of Anne Gorsuch-Burford. His delibera- Fall is'' just now arriving in North fact can kill the leaf and end the color pro- Wm. Ward Descendant
tions whether not to include the critical Gives InformationDear
on or Florida having moved down from thefoothills gression.
rain.A five-year study completed this year by the Florida lakes in EPA's plans for follow-up to of Georgia. A few small 'For the homeowner in florida who wants Editor:
Florida Electric Utility Power Group avoided the National Lakes Survey, are being quietly,) sweetgums are showing yellow-gold far in to plant a tree or two just for the sight of Your fine article in last week's edition on
research into this critical (and potentially explosive Riordan followed chooses by conservationists to avoid further nationwide.work If advance of most of their tribe. Blackgums fall color, the common sweetgum is one of William H. Ward is much appreciated, as
) area. An attempt by state Rep. Tom on in swamp sites are turning ruby red. The the best. When growing in full sun, a he was my great-great grandfather, and
then EPA is to
Florida lakes again
likely once
to increase state-sponsored research leaves of sassafras and sourwood, which sweetgum often will display at once all the also because it serves as a reminder of the
defeated face its own acid rain of questions regardingtheir began in August, are developingmuch subtle shades and tints of red hardships and sacrifices
, was In the 1984 Legislature, credibility and desire to really know the turning ,yellow,gold, experienced by
: deeper tues of orange and red, pink and purple. This multi-colored show early Florida settlers.
Unfortunately, EPA also appears ready to truth about what's happening to our environ-
These ) just the beginnings of will last for a couple of weeks ending just It be of interest to
: join the campaign to avoid finding out how bad ment. are may some of your
the acid rain situation is in Florida. Despite Florida's small scale fall show; the peak prior to the holiday( season.J readers to know that (1) during the second

federal and state data confirming the high PAULW.IIANSEN. r f Seminole (Florida War) engaged In the
number of acidic lakes in Florida, EPA does Acid rain project coordinator, fighting was Capt. Wm. H. Ward's Company -
I not plan to include these lakes in their Phase II Izaak Walton League of America, i of Florida Volunteers; and ((2) the
examination of biological and chemical com- Bloomington, Minn. CHILDREN'S HEALTHCARE given name of his wife was Rosetta. Their
daughter, Huldah, was the wife of Valen-
much do you know about 73 EaracheChildren's tine Rowell Prevatt, captured near Starke .
VOrtOl) healthcare prob225 Croup by Union Forces In Feb. 1864.She is buriedat

. lame Tel-Med hat the Information 232 Speech problems In childrenon Prevatt Cemetery.
tri se and many more rieaRri 233 oiabetetin children Sincerely,
D f + h' D.v 1u topic CoD Tel-Mad at 9444494 or 236 Cystic llbrosi Pauline Prevatt Murley.
J: 174 07 and ask tor these tape 399 Car,teat safety Box 75,Geneva,Fla.' 32732i
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Jackie Hall and Steve Underhill Repeat Vows Sep .7



Halluof daughter or Jack and lua... She wore a band of tour. overlay drawn Up on each side with sirs with cherubs leading down to
Bonnie : Hampton and Steve quoise silk flowers in her hair and white satin bows large sash tied in a coke that was decorated with yellow tF t- I
HUMS'W CoUey and Dorothy carried a hurricane glass with tour- bow at the waist In back with high rdfces and flowers. There were C Cr
were united in quoise candle and lUy-of-the-valley neck of lace encircling the bride's ydlow candles at each end of the
marriage Sept. 7. at 7 p.m. at the and tourquoise streamers. The glass neck. Her headband was covered table and bouquet of silk rose buds.
Florida State Platol was given to the bride as her first with white lace with small pearls'' Tie large cut glass punch bowl was
David McClain of Bradford Baptist'The piece of antique glass. outlining the band and decorated encircled with greenery. Cutting the
Church olficlatlrur. Attendants were Donna Daugherty with silk roses and flowers which cake were Granetta Ramsey and
couple recited their vows in and Linda Hodges sisters of the secured her floor length veil that Jan Moore. Presiding at the punch
front of a red brick fireplace where bride. Their gowns were similar to was encircled with white lace. She bowl were Mrs. Allison Hilliard and
the mantle was centered with an ar' the honor attendant. They wore carried a silk bouquet of white roses Mrs. Carolyn Billiard.
rangement silk daisies mums and peach and lavender silk flowers rainbow colored rosebuds baby's A white basket of colored rice was yD
orchids in earth colors balanced by across their head. They carried breath lily-of-the-valley, green, placed on the bride's table.
four white candelabras entwined brandy sniffers with peach and velvet roses and yellow gypsy lace. Following short wedding trip the
with greenery with two large palms lavender candles with lily-of-the- A reception was also held at the couple is residing at 819 Parkwood L
in background. valley and peach and lavender Range where Mrs: Joann Underhill Place in Starke.

streamers. greeted the guests at the door and The bride's bouquet and veil were
Taped background music was used Sonya Hodges niece of the bride kept the guest book. The groom's handmade by Carolyn Craig who
including wedding march. served as flower girl Ina gown parents and wedding party stood in also coordinated and directed the ..
Emmett Craig Jr. served as best similar to the bride's gown with silk the receiving line. wedding. '

man. Ushers were Coney Underhlll rainbow flowers at her wrist. Bo The bride's table was covered with The bride and groom are both
the groom's brother and Edwin Baker nephew of the groom was a white lace cloth over yellow graduates of Bradford High School.
Baker the groom's brother-in-law. ringbearer.The drawn up at the corners with yellow She graduated in 1982 and worked at
Donna Bentley attended as bride, given in marriage by satin bows centered with three-layer Dollar General Store. He graduated
matron honor. She wore a rainbow Emmett Craig, Sr. wore a white cake with fountain and branching off in 1981 and works at FSP as a correc-
striped silk gown with spaghetti satin colonial style gown with silk to two smaller cakes connected by tional officer.




Hospital Auxiliary Planning i 1 \


I Social Side Club News r'

Annual Christmas Tea Dec. 6 NoticesChurch

of theNews ;? Items

Bradford Hospital Auxiliary made iliary. .
plans for its annual Christmas Tea Members signed up to serve at the 1 J
Dec.'0. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the :Tea and what they will contribute in WeddingsReceptions
Library of the hospital,at the dinner the way of goodies. .' '
meeting Monday night at Western Linda Johns stated TEL MED Parties
Steer Steak House where there were received 120 calls in September and Gladys Mooty Mr. and Mrs. Steve UnderhlllINT
34 members and four guests present. 226 calls in October. Mrs. Johns also
964-7608
The tea will honor the hospital stated the Teenage Volunteers have 1 -
staff doctors, board members and seven members. They meet the first '
their wives and city officials, Monday of the month at 7 p.m.in the RODUCING
Hospital library.
President Marjorie Thomson Mr. and Gina'sI'J
presided over the meeting and asked For the program C.E.O'Steen Mrs. Thomas Dwyer

for reports from members, Nela Hospital Administrator introducdthe ;; Classic Cuts & Styles
McGee, Gerri Green Ruth Meng, Vice President of Santa Fe
WilmaJean Terry and Agnes Healthcare Systems Inc. Philip Jan Celebrate 60th AnniversaryMr. Itl+i
Dinkins on the meeting of the Hughey who spoke to the Auxiliaryon I
Association of Florida Hospital Aux- "Mega-Trends in Florida" and 'b, het s give '
ilaries which they all attended in gave an update on the newest projects and Mrs. Thomas F. Dwyer the receiving line with the honored ; c. ;
Orlando Sunday to Wednesday of of the multi healthcare cor- celebated their 60th wedding an- couple were Mr. and Mrs. Robert I qfia 1

last week. Gerri Green stated that poration, SFHS. niversary Sunday Nov 10, at a Dwyer, Mrs. Bobo and Mrs. Kelly
eight new Auxiliaries have been The most exciting new projects reception given by their daughter Forsythe. Miss Yvonne Bobo kept $ 2
formed in Florida for a total of 159. with regional impacts for SFHS are Mrs. Elizabeth Bobo of Starke and the guest book. Perms Including Cut . . . O *
She also stated the format of Cherry the pschiatric and rehabilitation daughter-in-law Mrs. Robert Dwyerof At points of interest in the hall

Chatter has been changed and costs hospitals, as well as the manage- Albany, N.Y. held In St. Marks were arrangements of yellow and Haircut & Blowdry *
$5.00 per issue. Mrs. Green also ment of The Atruim, a Preferred Parish Hall. white carnations and chrysan-
recognized three new members Provider Organization (PPO) and a The couple renewed their weddingvows themums. -
Mary Brut Marge German and Dot Health Maintenance OrganizationHMO during the 10 a.m. service at The refreshment table was Q Men . . . . 7.00
Sherrill who have joined the Aux- ( ). St. Marks with old friends, Mr. and covered with a white linen cloth and
Mrs. Martin Heilman of centered by a sheet cake decoratedwith .
AlbanyN.Y. standing up with them. two hearts joined together. ..v. wDmeg64 6i77s10.00
I REMINDER: Meth. Bazaar Today Father Seymour and Father Gilbert Mrs. Ed Watts cut the cake. Punch -
Crosby officiated. was served at a table covered with a
United Methodist Women are cheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. After the service a reeption was Army-Navy cloth and centered by a 486 N. Temple Ave. Hours:
holding its annual Christmas bazaar Christmas gifts and gadgets crystal bowl.
held in the Parish Hall. Standing in punch Crystal com- '
and soup-chili luncheon today, Nov. galore will be available. potes held nuts and mints. Suite Gina Brown Frazee Tues. Sat. 9-5

21, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. with lun Following the reception 20 Starke, Florida Salon Manager Evenings byLAcross
members of the family and friends
had dinner at 3 p.m. In the Brown ( street from BHS) Appointment

UDC Has Program "Life in Town and Country" Derby in Gainesville.

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. Yesterday and Today, at Nov. 18 Meeting L .. '. .
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C > "': ,itYRtrtA hr/x9ir! f M ,r r, .,1 r "'. Our HI Anniversary ,
$1J \ahlf AaQ6i't r trt'Wfr wa4rdsigrled
Mrs" Guy" *esente6'tl"", lQtrt 'Alw'wi t n* a: oro To lay Thank You we're offering he
historical program to the adjust to wartime restrictions as the members Jewell Roberts whose bir- following specials/ Thursday Friday
W.T.Weeks chapter United Confederate children had to. The thday is Nov. 19 and for Real Saturday Only.
Daughters of the Confederacy on women provised in so many ways to Daughter Dea Weeks Wilson who
Monday Nov. 18 on the subject "Lifein hold the family together and the sur- will be 96 on Nov. 20. .Greeting Cards-25%off

Town and Country". vival of the South. The rural areas Luncheon followed the business Free Imprint w/purchase of Bible
Mrs.Sale spoke of hardships of fared better because they could meeting.The table was covered witha :, f FrceJewelryCleanerwJewelrypurchase

living during the War Between the raise some food. Mrs. Sale read excerpts lace cloth with a centerpiece form- '1 Add-a-Beads.20%of f
States and in preparing her talk, it from a diary of BeauchampJones ed from two cornucopia baskets filled n Free Engraving w/Cross Pen
made her pause and think that we giving the low income figures with fruits and flowers. purchaseFree
are living in perilous times now and and the high prices of food duringthe I Engraving w/Speldel Bracelet

might have to cope with another war period. '' SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE purchase
and would we be able to do this. The The meeting was held at the Mrs. Mona Canova was presentedwith I / .20%off Christmas Accessories
Confederate women had to become Western Steer Restaurant with the her membership certificate and THROUGH NOVEMBER 30. 1985 .Free No. Mom Charm w/Mother's

adept at cloth for clothing, improvising president Mrs. Franklyn welcomed into the chapter. Guests tUJIJIUjJ Ring OrderMAIIQU"EWOK
substitutes for food to keep the Weisgerber conducting the business present were Mrs. Effie Aldermanof

family alive. Men had to make do meeting. Plans were made for the Hampton, Mrs. Emajo ..., LADIES GENUINE GEMS
with tools available. Just imagine Christmas luncheon which will be Camplyohn of Miami and Mrs. Linda '4goo 4On:1W:

how our present day children used to held Dec. 16 at the Woman's Club. Sullivan of Keystone Heights.NOUNCiNG. \.J $199 W .. I," lAIJIES'490 it'- .J 1j,' DUYI'n111AlNR ANDnunwD/''99"' \./ DUMONDeY.
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approaching two 5 and 399_ r' AND DIAIIDMo
sisters Vicki
marriage of her approaching marriage of their 2. age Renea R..'k" N4 299 MY -- t ....:... '

daughter, Tammy McDaniel to daughter, Sharon Annette to age Maternal grandmother is Mrs. THIS SEASONS FINEST EXQUISITE RINGS
Michael Padgett son of Mr. and Richard Earle Elam son of Mr. and DIAMOND ... I/NT AFFORDABLE FASHION
Amy G. Williams of Hampton. pt u\ / I4KT I CT:TW
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Mrs. Willy N. Hutto of Tallahasseeand 1499007' M' "
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Nov. 22, at the Bradford Florist 14, at 7 Highland Baptist '
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Wedding House in Starke at 7 p.m.A Church, Highland, with a reception Myrick e HCT.TWVOll*CHOICI .,: DIANaND
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will follow. All friends
reception following. s ....... M9NIDN
and relatives are invited. The couple are both graduates of Christina Marie 2r. TOTAL \ IowAMOlDIIN2
Lopez ,
Bradford High School. She Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lopez of Wor- COCKTA'-OO 1J Pc? '..' :- .'.. ,, ti) TINTrrYw I ELEGANT DINNER RINGS
graduated in 1985 and is employedBy thington Springs announce the birthof GENUINE GEMS AND YOUR CHOICE : 899", '4C1TWi
Wlnn Dixie. He graduated In 1983 Christina Marie born DIAMONDS i ." C YOimOKMCI
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Barbara Jackson and Prison.is employed at Florida State Nov. 13 in Alachua General Hospital. .......... c. ... '/00" I '599"t S\ '1 ggoofjj" '
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. '
L.sll. JacksonTo
All friends and relatives are in- Lonnie Fullwood of Starke and great

Wed Dec. 24 vited to attend. grandmother is Mrs. C.A. Pratt of 6ENTL RLNGSIAMOND
.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis an- Hawthorne. Paternal grandparentsare / ;lftj V "

nounce the approaching marriage of W..ks Family AppearingSun. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lopez of FILIGREE LADIES FASHIONS "!.;, :. :Q' e;gym; CARAT TOTAL
Gainesville.Brian. RINGS ;;;,;.0 GEM WEIGHTTtOVmCHOK
their daughter Barbara Jackson, to at NS BaptistThe CT.'IW' I4KT. I' "" 299"I
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Weeks Family will be singingat Keith Davis $9900 6 PRONG BUTTERCUPttpmutn "INn 1 '149"ANTIQUE
W.N. Jackson all of Starke. hI In c""ma .
The bride-elect attended Bradford Northside Baptist Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Davis of 4" ..PNDAN1s.. MM" ..NIn! 1.* .- .199'.. A JI a.. a.I'Nanf'IW _
High School.Mr. Jackson graduatedfrom night beginning at 7p.m7 Starke announce the birth of a son, L1rd4zK. 'r- MR MIA ..M.n.. IT vrn ..NNr/ OI o:NNn IlMMR
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School and is Everyone is Invited to attend. Brian Keith Davis. He was born Oct. :.V t Mar"... o.:NorA
Bradford High a. aR NM.w -
24. 1985 in Humana Hospital in -......... ,."....-
employed by Bronson Farms. ,
The wedding will Orange Park.Maternal .lCT.TWMHHION' + .n L1aAINGa n1 MIA .NM IRR'Ir rMRINp, .VA n.s..... .:.
ipllaaeeBap- db MM Ina Mr' .hM ""IT. ''' wCL YW allNnllt
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Church on Griffis Loop with a Nov. 30, Victory Baptist and Starke.Mrs. Dewey' B., McKlnney of Iq' ran WM.Al aR w'n1A.AV M .IM lIAY IO
reception following.
All friends and relatives are in- Victory Baptist Church is having a Paternal grandparents are Mr. BEAUTIFUL CULTURED PEARLS LADIES SOLITAIRES ANNIVERSARYRINGS HKT. CLASSIC WEDDING LADIES 7 DIAMOND CLUSTER
mullet and Saturday and Mrs. Carl Davis of Lake City wl AND IMT ruu AND MKTUCITW: : lOIn:M" C'1:TwLID.D
vited to attend.Artisan's supper program UNn : .
Nov. 30, starting at 4:30 p.m. and Mrs. Bonnie Davis of Brooker. '!49" = 3 LmAND'wla, ,p) I !W' sj N4 199399"N/N' ,NA'MN7,9w'
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underwent surgery Monday in wa IIIn: s CT.1W '
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will begin its annual Christmas event of Dec. 14, was honored at a NL Mtl'k ....,.-
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White Show on Nov. 30 with an open lingerie shower Saturday night 7NOTICE

house in conjunction with the Art given by Miss Jenny SLawtey in '. y DIRECT DIAMOND DISTRIBUTORS
Collector Gallery, Nina's Nook and .
1 WAYS TO MIV
Hometown Restaurant all in the 800 The refreshment table was ? -:=::=,,::::,,::==:="-=::;::,... CASH BANK CAMM.LAYAWAY
block of West University covered with a pink linen cloth and Since Thanksgiving is ---... ---------- fZSI!!
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The reception will be from 1 p.m..... arrangement. A crystal punch bowl DEADLINE /or1 SOCIAL /,4r 'S' M I AI M7.w ,DrAl.w oow.CeI'Na r.wsN
to 5 p.m.Nov. 30 and from 1 p.m. until was at one end of the table. NEWS will be MONDAYNOON. CJ
5 p.m. Dec. 1. Mrs. Farrell Manning mother of S'i;;...:... 7cwdry-C&Gift
Thanks for .
The public is invited to attend. the honoree' was among the 13 'm- -your 1 "tdI.II '. \ iDe.
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Pngv6.A TKI.KiK.\l! November: I!>K5;


I Emergency, Services and Fire Chief Present Program, at Woman's Club Meeting Nov. 13Mrs.

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J.W. Griffin;'president of the',t' ,,ready", the service is the equivalentto A lively question and answer see worked to complement each other, ceremonies. December, but they will resume on
Woman's Club of Starke,presided at having a travelling emergencyroom. sion followed Mr. Chapman's so that the EMT's and paramedics Introduction ot guests was followed Jan. 23.Mrs. .
the Nov. 13 meeting of the Club, Presently, there are five full- remarks, with many club members now are with the Fire Dept. and the by the reading of the minutes of George Roberts, fourth vice
which was sponsored by the Public time, and seven part-time asking about specifics, such as Rescue Squad employs certified the previous meeting by the recor- president, reminded the group of a
Affairs Committee. employees working under the direction whether or not the service coor- firefighters. Thus, each unit is ding secretary, Mrs. J.D. Warren. covered dish dinner, to be held at the
Mrs. Lester Crews gave the devo- of Dr. Peter Gianas, with four dinates with the various helicopter ready to answer varied emergencies Mrs. A.K. Carlisle gave thetreasurer's club on Friday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m.This
tions, reciting the 100th Psalm,and a more who are expected to join the flights (it does), and how a deter- report. Mrs. J.E. Byrd, will be used as a means of raising
poem entitled, "Give Thanks". group within the next six months.Mr. mination is made concerning just Noting that Starke has recentlylost corresponding secretary, read a let funds to equip the newlyrenovatedkitchen
These were followed by a minute of Chapman stressed the absolute where a patient should be taken (the professional firefighters to other ter of appreciation from Santa Fe as a fee of $2 will be collected -
silence in memory of Mrs. O.L. importance of giving full judgment of the paramedic on the locations, Chief Hardy stressed the Community College for the coopera- at the door.
Beasley a long-time member of the details when one calls for any scene is followed, except in life- importance of keeping trained personnel tion of the Woman's Club in presenting The annual Christmas Tea will be
club. emergency service. A full name and threatening cases, when the patient here, particularly as growth the annual Fall Festival. held from 4-5:30 p.m.on Wednesday
The traditional Thanksgiving din- address, plus directions, are vital is transported to the nearest within the area means more and Mrs L.T. Young, first vice president Dec. 11. Mrs. Joyce Riherd of the
ner was served. when minutes count. As Bradford is hospital.) more buildings could become involved reminded members that the Bradford County Health Dept. will
Chairman of the Public Affairs predominantly a rural county, Fire Chief Hardy echoed the in a conflagration.Again January Arts and Crafts meeting be honored, as well as members who
Committee, Mrs. V.J. Spengler, in- are often necessaryfor preparedness theme when he said questions were asked of will feature a fashion show of were inducted into the Woman's
troduced the speakers, Cliff Chap- the drivers to locate their that Starke is now equipped with Chief Hardy, particularly regardingthe clothing made by the members, in Club of Starke during the year.
man of the Bradford Emergency destination. Further, please give the hydraulic extraction apparatus, procedure for calling in a fire addition to the handwork display. Announcement was made that on-
Services, and Fire Chief Dwayne number from which you are callingto vital when one considers that approximately outside the city limits, and how frequently Due to the New Year's holiday, the ly a very few tickets remain for the
Hardy. ask for aid, as it has been known 24,000 vehicles use US the fire hydrants are checked. date of the January meeting has production of "My Fair Lady"
Citing the value of having advanced that a follow-up call must be made, 301 daily, In addition to traffic on CR been changed to Jan. 15. which is a combined effort of the
life supports available to county when the address given cannot be 100 and 16, plus other county road- In the business meeting which Diann Douglas, Home Economist, Junior Woman's Club and the Bradford
residents and paramedics on call 24 found. ways.A followed the speakers, Mrs. Griffin was welcomed as the newest Players currently being
hours a day Mr Chapman said that Answering approximately 111 hazardous materials team is thanked Mrs. Thomson and Mrs. J. member of the Woman's Club of presented at the club building.
with IV and drug therapy and all calls a month, the service also does also being developed here. About Blackshear who, together with the Starke. The Thanksgiving and The next meeting of the Woman's
basic life support systems "at thetJ.Jl some out-of-county runs, calling in a two years ago, the Fire Departmentand president, represented the Woman's Christmas Holidays will necessitatea Club of Starke will be chaired by
"back-up" unit to cover them. the Bradford Rescue Squad Club at the Veterans' Day cancellation of the monthly bridge Mrs. A. Young on Jan. 15, 1986.
luncheons for November and

l rt Mary Watterson, nriN! tl a.'pef! Did You Know-

Grant Williams
t 1ws Mr. and Mrs. William G. Halle of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of
Engagement ToldMr. a Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. Keith Gill- Palatka were Sunday luncheon Jacksonville visited his mother,

and Mrs. Fred L. Watterson t ingham were Wednesday overnight guests of his sister, Mrs. Herbert Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mr. and Mrs.
announce the engagement of their guests of Miss Jean Mundy in Thomas and Mr. Thomas and all at- Herbert Green on Sunday.
Tallahassee.Mr tended the presentation of "My FairLady"
: daughter, Mary L. to Grant Biggam
Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor k. and Mrs. Carl Torode and Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. J. D. War-
'
a ris Williams, all of Starke. ren and Mrs. L.T. Young will attend
daughter, Shelley returned Monday Nov. 12 Duplicate bridge club the Woman's Club district meetingin
The couple are both 1983 ____ after a week at Helen, Ga.
Bradford High School results were: North-South, first Ida St.Augustine on FridayNOTICE
Graduates Shaw and Evelyn Griffin, second -
Santa Fe Community -
and Mrs. Bill Jackson of
Mr.
Frankie Senser and Yvonne
College and is employed by Brad
and
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Morris
4 9 AN Riechman; East-West, first Mary
.- ry ford Furniture Industries.
of Ocala to Thanksgivingnext
Jackson returned Sunday Due
Alton and Jen second Lora
Tyrholm
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Mr. Williams is employed by the
State of Florida. Iq" 4t after a 3000 mile trip to Quincey, 111., Francis and Rhea Johnson. Thursday, the
Ia. Kinosha Wis. and
Fairfield ,
DEADLINE for SOCIAL
The wedding is planned for March
Shelbyville, Ind. visiting friends and
22 in the First PrpshvtM-ian! Church. Mrs. Neil Goss of Panama City NEWS will be MONDAY
relatives, some they hadn't seen in was last Wednesday and Thursday
over 50 years. guest of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. NOON.HOW .

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!Robert Marsenna Pratt Brantlej' :*'fJ':. "'" IL Theresa Norman,

: Bruce Moyers
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Marsenna Brantley : Theresa Norman,

Robert PrattEngagement ToldMr. Fv.r Bruce Moyers To WedMr. fB 4 a

and Mrs. Raleigh Stricklandof :
and Mrs. Gerald L. Brantley \ Starke and Mrs. Emilene K. ;; dt"r ;w ems
announce the engagement of their Moyers, also of Starke, announce the
daughter, Marsenna LaVone, to engagement and approaching marriage "M' as ? .4fi
Robert Allen Pratt, son of Mr. and of their children, Theresa i iSe.
Mrs. Arthur A. Pratt, all of Starke. Strickland Norman and Bruce David y
The bride-elect is attending Brad- Moyers. ? 'x $a syri t t l lI
ford High School. The wedding will be an event on
Mr. Pratt is attending Santa Fe Dec. 7, 1985, at 7 p.m. at the Grace
Community College and is employedby Baptist Church in Starke. The recep-

Pizza Hut. ... WIIIOIIII tion will follow the ceremony in the I I t I I I a ra I l I l .
The wedding is planned for June Jam- church fellowship hall.
21,1986 in the Starke Church of God. \, All friends and relatives are cordially I .kw I I I I
invited to attend. a : I
Mary Watterson

Grant Williams I .


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'Jim Heidegger Lakeland was Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVito) and son
Methodist Womens Sunday School class had a luncheon Monday at Carver and family.Mr. Lloyd and Mrs Claire Howard of
Ironwood Country Club celebratingthe Jacksonville spent the weekend with
birthday of Ada Reddish with and Mrs. C. L. Cooper visitedMr. their mother, Mrs. Janet Turner I tl; '
eight members attending. and Mrs. J. B. Langston in
Chiefland on Sunday. St.Mark's senior youth and guests
Mrs. J. H. McClane was in enjoyed a cookout and dance at the ![f
Tallahassee over the weekend Mrs. L. H.Gibson spent the home of Brandi and Larry Noegel on t
visiting her sons and families, Mr. weekend with her son and daughter- Saturday night. Assisting with the 3 ,
and Mrs. Bill McClane and daughterand in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonin party were Mac and Carol Baldwin. i #
Dr. Glenn McClane Merritt Island. Those attending were Paul Sanders, l ** I; ..4I
Dennis Cumming, John Stanwix-
Mrs. Berniece Kinnard of Bronsonwas Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin, Mr. and Hay, Julie Ferguson, Kim Dukes, f v
guest of Mrs. J.G.Jackson Mrs. A. V. Thomas and Mrs. AI Jody Brown, Jason Brown, Eric I ; II I I II
Wednesday to Monday. They, along Leslie of Mobile, Ala. were Friday Starling, Jennifer Brown, Alison I I "
with Mrs. Peggy Shaller visited Mr. and Saturday visitors of Mr. and Ivey, Andy Roach, Laurie Tyndell
and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley and familyin Mrs. L. C. Early. Nindy Chamblin and Eric Sanders.

Orange Park on Sunday. YOU CAN CAll ON YOUR TELEPHONE



I Hampton- Hilites TO DO MORE THAN EVER BEFORE.

spelling test. As a reward they are
By I>oloresIeng! Attending Convention participating in plans for a party on
Phone 468-1915 Mrs. Wilmajean Terry Thursday. \Vith Comers custom calling features, your phone can be faster more convenient -
represented the Bradford Hospital Typing Volunteers Needed
and accessible than it's ever been.
JamboreeThe Auxiliary at the Florida Hospital Computer skills are being taughtat more
Enjoyable Hampton Jamboree held at Auxiliary Convention in Orlando the school. In order to assist Bl'. t of all, these features can be added for only pennies a day

the City Park on the night of Nov. 2 from Nov. 1013. students in this project, they need to Call your Contel service office for details./These days when you need
Some Mrs. Terry was accompanied by be familiar with the typewriter -
by people.
enjoyed many
was$200 profit was realized that night. five other Auxiliary members and keyboard. If anyone having these more from your telephone, we've ,= === =. =1 Continental Telephone
Proceeds go toward improvement of attended workshops and meetings as skills will volunteer one morning a come up with the answers. '=sFS= = = System
the park well as the concluding banquet at the week in Mrs. Mindy Seville's fourth
The next jamboree is set for Sat., Hyatt Hotel, the convention head- grade classroom, it would be ap

Dec 7 from 7-11 p.m.Christmas quarters. preciated.
Parade During the business meeting of the -
The Hampton Christmas Paradeis Hospital Auxiliary held at the
scheduled take place on Sat., Western Steer Steakhouse Monday MONDAY &
Dec 21 at 3 p,m., beginning at City evening, Mrs. Terry joined other
Hall. Anyone interested is invited to members in reporting on the successof Mt TUESDAY ALL
participate. Signing up can be done the convention.
with the Clerk's Office or by calling Pre-Thanks Iving Dinner DAY SPECIAL
Bobbie Sheppard, 4681199. Mrs. Mabel Nessmith hosted a
All area children are invited to Thanksgiving Dinner at her home on 2-Piece
come as Santa is expected to be on Hampton Lake on Monday, Nov. 11.
hand. Twenty-one members of her Sunday
Visitors School class from Friendship
Mrs. Cecile Lanier of West Palm Alliance Church in Keystone Heights OYSTER F$1:99t :
Beach left for home on Saturday enjoyed the celebration. ,
following a week's stay with her Turkey, ham, and all the trimmings -
mother, Mrs. Louise Mattheus. Mr. including desserts were served.
and Mrs. Ralph Langford of Fernan- Assisting Mrs. Nessmith in food Dinner includes: 2 golden-
dina Beach and Glenn Mattheus of were Joan Mowry, Jo brown fish fillets natural-cut
Folkston also visited their mother Williamson and Becky Malone. Mrs. french fries, fresh cole slaw, 2
Bonnie Underwood prepared r
during the week. pumpkin
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Mrs. Ruby Miller of Greer, S.C., is baskets filled with goodies. She ,( Southern-style hush puppies.SUNDAY
spending this week with her sister also presented the new enrollment

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each guest. A giant helping of delicious, plump, : -

PTA Hampton Plans Elementary Santa's Workshop School juicy oysters, fried in our crispy L!. & WEDNESDAY

Debbie Donnerstag, president, breading. Served with natural-cut .. ;
conducted the meeting of the Hampton "' '
Lunch Menus 0" ALL DAY
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peaches Mnnilay milk Sloppy, Joe on bun cabbage slaw Santa's Workshop which was so pies, cocktail sauce and a fresh :-. .r... 4f,' ;L-"i. !.If"' .H. r.:.; r
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broccoli: pumpkin pie hot rolls, milk.Thanksgiving customers from Dec. 5-13 from 7:30: .. "
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broccoli with cheese Specially breaded country-style
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sauce pumpkin pin. hot rolls, milk. Thanksgiving Holidays I
Thanksgiving Holidays. School will be closed next week fish fillets naturakut french
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The BHS Lady Tornado Cross time this ye0r' with a 14th place with one of the youngest teams, "Vte've made Incredible' strides the coach Individual '' ,.nt.fw. ..
Country team Is headed for state finish in 1240. Kelley Jackson camein made up of two freshmen, three the list two year," said Loper who M.o./ : !
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competition after a fourth place.. 19th in 13:50 for a strong finish. Bohpmores and one Junior said that with l-Mlchllt Ltntbwt. (Pln Ortt) 11,11.
remarked they can run the Team Rmuh l-HMlxri, Mopklm(,.. .....) II,.7.Kiwmi Dvm ,
finish at the Region I meet in Running bead to head were Loper. This Is their second consecutive best tf them when they are runningto 1-..*....c.l* PInH.rs.4 1-L..n Ti, (Krnny. 4-Anwl I. Uimbtrt PlmtefMt, ) ",.., I
Tallahassee Saturday, Nov. 16. Christie H4frel1and Chrissy Anders trip to the state meet, but their potential. *NVVII| TJ, 4-CHI '7. f-Blllwp. Kwmy 1M -.a.C;: IliM, 14-l.lM' Tltrmy" 1HM !
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"In nutshell to the who finished 24 and 25 respectively into MM, .. 17 kM.. HtM. 14CIwIINNarrsII
a they were up this year they were bumped the "I'D be working them as hard as I t-MMMUtur 1J7 7-OullDmu -P l tttn ,
challenge and did what they had to In 12:58. -"etreU is coming back 3A category. can from now until Saturday," said, ,-*_mM ill.,.... Auemtin v. Ire HIM.UINl -Clirl"y Anclirt HIM, ei-HobM Mama ,
do, but so was everybody else," said from a foot, injury and Anders is i
Coach George Loper. making rapid progress in loweringher LLII i
Lori Sapp, Lisa Tierney, Christie time. Not to be outdone. Robin :: ij
Harrell, Chrissy Anders and Robin Mannig BrAe in 31st in 13:30: for a j iI
Manning ran their best times this personal record. 1
year said Loper. The first three Overall Winner was Pensacola 1 1 I,
teams also ran their best times of Pineforest' Michelle Lambert in
the year he said. 11:35: followed by Palatka's Rachel e't ,
"An incredibly fast paced race," Hopkins 1__ 11:37: Bishop Kenny's II I
said Loper. "The hills didn't bother Jenna Dttnn in 11:40 and I
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our girls and they just kept going?' PineforestV Angela Lambert in 0 e_ kl ,;
Ten complete teams competed on 11:44.: ( / ,,
the Jake, Gaither Golf Course in "It was eh trebly fast paced I -
Tallahassee for the girl's 3A race race," sailS toperr hills didn't 1 e,_ *
with BHS being the top finisher from bother our girls and they just kept I 1
this part of the state. The Tornadoestook going."'
fourth with 87 points. Next Saturday, Nov. 23, the state
The course was a two-mile loop on cross country meet will be run off at R
the rolling hills of Tallahassee with the ,Delanlt Airport The 3A girl's
one large hill. The team had been race is set for 11 a.m.
working on hills at the North Florida "The goal t for the team is to try
Regional Hospital running trail in and improve their times by .
preparation for the region meet 10-seconds from region," said
Lori Sapp was first finisher for Loper. "Definitely going to be one j:
BHS, taking fifth place in 11:48: and a exciting stAte championship..l'mlooking &
personal record. Number two girl forward to it.
was Linn .TlertMw. who ran her best The Tornadoes will be going in L -
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Tallahassee Saturday, Nov. 16. Starke's Lady Tornadoes were able to I I'' l'ii "' I.t.IUI"U, i'- ::!' II. 1<' \ \(" I elA.: 't< I
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put out in the first round of play
by number two seeded Ocala

Vanguard 15-8, 15-9. Turkeys RULES: Each space below represents some business firm of Bradford County. Use the scrambled letters and arrange them to
"The girl's played well, said
Coach Inez Diggs, "but they got To Be spell the firm's name EXACTLY, using air the letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest. The first THREE persons sub-

discouraged starting out." mitting the correct or nearest correct answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon on Monday November 25 will be awarded turkeys for
Trouble came in the form of calls Given Away
Thanksgiving.
against the Tornadoes for carryingthe _.
ball, something Diggs said her 'Name Phone tote a Time Received
team had no problem with before.
She indicated that this made her SS40MDROT YWTUATEOARLL D-VHKERELSOETACLLO FRNKS TUIIH IEAKOAUUINML ', TFPRSPTHORESASYAOK
team over-cautious and made them
less aggressive on the court.
"AU that went to the serving line
did well," said the coach and the
team played well overall.
Ending the season with a 6-9
record in regular season play, the
Tornadoes will have next year to L.RT&SHttEEOTQFFNACSSKSA CRNXSROEVUTXSIEHE PNEORSXPUETMIQRAEWET SHTMRSTWTALKUEAOESYIFEE CNEIS'EBCRDVRESEIATTTRO
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speedy recovery of family members
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on, the 1985 Tornado foot scoring drives were of 23, 74, 35, 34, penalized five yards for delaying the
ball machine won 35-0 over Tavareson and 63 yards. Two TD's were set up game. QB Long then went to the air
the Bradford High home field last by fumble recoveries by inside for two seven yard passes to
Friday night, Nov. 15. linebacker Ron Brown and defensive wideouts Greg Wiggins and Todd
Bradford High, now 9-0, tackle Chris Dougherty. A third was McLeod. On fourth down and one
dominated the Bulldogs with 320 set up by a pass interception by yard to go from the Bulldog 20, : <'> ..'.
yards of offense on the ground.With rover back Aaron Matthews. Punt' Jenkins went over left tackle,cut to :,; ; .
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the Pest Control operating most efficiently returns of 45 yards by Wendell his left to get outside, and
the No. 1 ranked Class 3A Shanks and Frank Long set up the.. scampered into the endzone. BUS. "
Tornadoes scored in every quarter, other two TDs. 'was up 14-0 going into the half. : .
and twice in the fourth period of the After Ron Brown's, fumbferecovery Opening the second half by receiving :..-'
non-district contest. It was unusual on the Bulldog 23 yard line BUS drove the football 54 yards PRICES EFFECTIVE' THURSDAY NOV. 21 THRU
and unnecessary, but BUS passed on the second play of the game, down to the Bulldog three; but QB QUANTITY| RIGHTS RESERVED.NOT RESPONSIBLE THURSDAY TYPOGRAPHICAL NOV. 28,1985.
only five times. Tavares got a steady diet of running Long then got chased by blitzing FOR ERRORS.
Running back Clinton Jenkins back Clinton Jenkins who'ran behind Bulldogs,was delayed by an official
gained 174 yards in 23 carries and effective blocking for gains of 11, 2, getting out of the way,and ended up
scored three touchowns on runs of 4, 8, 3, and a 4 yard touchdown plungeup losing 23 yards and the football. t
20 and 13 yards.Running back Andy the middle. Jenkins ran hard all The Bulldogs, however, fumbledthe NABISCO 9 TO 12-OZ
Jones gained 102 yards in 12 carries night, refusing to go down on football right back with Tornado MR.
and scored two touchdowns on runs anything less than a solid hit and defensive tackle recovering on the SALTYPRETZELS
of 20 and 42 yards. David Hamilton broke many tackles as he twisted Tavares 34 yard line. Andy Jones 99C a
successfully converted all five extra and spun for extra yardage.The ran four yards over the left side QB
points. BHS offensive attack was Long kept for nine yards, and ASSORTED VARIETIES 1
Tuned to a fine point, the BHS of- more varied on the second TD drive Tavares was penalized 10 yards,half
fensive line, known as the Pest Con- the 74 yard one. Jenkins ran for 9 the distance to the goal for grabbinga
trol, got off the snap quickly and and 10 yards, RB Jones got five BUS face mask. BUS, however, NABISCOSOCIABLES 8OZfl9
together. The backs got to the line yards on his first carry of the night then got two five yard penalties, for $1
quickly and were in the Tavares and QB Frank Long kept for 12 delaying the game and moving
secondary almost instantly. yards. At their 28, the Bulldogs stif before the snap,and the football was I D '
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2) The entry must be on an.official blank from the TELEGRAPH and ,
r must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m each Friday
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
( 'r J ,person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
t s I 3) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
r Last Week's Winner: High School game each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a
Julian E. McRae tiebreaker. Please fill in the points you think will be scored by the Tor-
nadoes and their opponent combined in the tiebreaker blank. For instance -
if the score in the Tornadoe game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
Julian McRa. lucked out this waak by only
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BUS defensive tackle Billy '"* and inside The BITS defense Watered their fifth shutout this
linebacker Gary Wise' get ready to sack the Tavares season.
quarterback during the Tornadoes 35-0 thrashing of p 0 0 0.

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young but improving Santa Fe team, !curse points out. It's time to tackles Derek Wells, no. 53,5-10,180, With a low minimum deposit, third party checks to three per

eleven is scheduled to challenge the be careful, he points out. 12, and Todd Hughes, no. 71, 6-3,223, we'll put your money to work in month) or open a regulara
9-0 and No. 1 ranked in Class 3A They feel if they can beat the 12, described on the BUS scouting better
kind of
Bradford High footballers tomorrow number one team it'll make their report as good, aggressive, solid money market checking account, an interest-

night (Friday, Nov. 22)) at 8 p.m. season, Points out Coach Mike Sex- linemen. The starting guards are investment the Florida bearing NOW Plus or Super

Santa Fe is 2-7 this season, having ton. "It s been a long time since 6-1, 215 and 6-0, 220. The tight end is Gold(!! Money Market Account. NOW
beaten Paxon and West Nassau. we've been there. It feels good," 6-0.195. checking account in

Santa Fe has lost to Wildwood) Fer- Says Sexton. The Raider It's better because the rate paid addition to your Florida Gold
defense is about like
nandina Beach 8-7, Baker High Santa Fe lost 18 seniors last year,
Florida Gold Account is
that of the on Account and Florida
Bishop Kenny, Gainesville High, and is young and rebuilding. Tornadoes. The 5-3 your request a
Live Oak and the defense boils down to a seven man based on market Gold card to
North Marion. Primarily a running team front. many money access your funds
Offensive backs and
Read the BHS scouting report on Raider quarterback, Jeff McNeil, Jenkins linebackers Freeney defense. indicators. it consistently 24 hours a day.
Santa Fe and the terms aggressive, no. 8, 5-9, 135, 12, probably won'tthrow are on .
than Backs Tony Mendez and Chip Issac offers competitive rates and With Florida Gold
good speed, good hitter, recur often. more 10 times. a account
also double
The Raiders have improved over the Bradford's familiarity with the see duty. produces high money market at Florida National you're

season. winged-T offense will be an advan- The best hitters are strong end, ,
They run a winged-T offense, the tage in defending it, Hurse points Jeremy Wooden, no. 11,5-9,1550,10;, income. Because we want you insured up to $100,000 by FDIC.to .

same as the Tornadoes used in 1978, out. strong side linebacker Gerry Davis succeed. That's important protectionWith

but the Raiders don't have the speedto Best Raider ball carrier is Carrie no. 55, 6-0, 210, 11, and middle guard
run that offense yet, but they have Freener, no. 24, 5-8, 140, 11, who is Tim Bugna, no. 3, 5815512. Florida Gold, you can many others can't offer you.

done well at times, Coach David fast, quick, and a good solid runner. Santa Fe's big linemen can cause withdraw funds anytime. Just Stop by Florida National and

Hurse says. Fullback Purcell Jenkins, no. 32, 6.1, some problems, points out BHS
use Florida Gold checks ask about Florida (!!
i' "We don't take them lightly," says 190,11, is tall, strong, and has above Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton. your our \, Gold

Coach Hurse. Everybody comes average speed. Santa Fe runs a lot of motion, pitches (regulations limit the use of Money Market Account-;

gunning to knock: off. the!. number one Best Raider offensive linemen are the football a lot.


I Tavares No Match For Tornadoes Florida National Bank '.


(from the fcirsuccessTMember ....
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page ) That drive stalled at the Bulldog 45, Tavares went to 3-6 with the loss, Spfit "

return 10 the 20 yard line. From and a short punt gave Bradford and faces a tough game with Mount // FDiC "-
there, the speedy Jones suddenly appeared possession. Dora this week. .
in the Tavares secondary Main Office: 105 W. Jefferson St. Starke, 32091, ((904)) 964-7050

around left end for the
touchdown

putting BHS up 21-0. '"............4......................e............................s......s..r...........e...................."............. ........ ..uuu...:.........
With a good many Tavares Legal Notices
players going both ways, the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD register told fictitious name under the entered against you for the reliet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
Bulldogs were getting tired by the COUNTY FLORIDA aforesaid statute demanded In the complaint or petition JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD-
fourth period. They had also driven IN THE COUNTY COURT OF BRADFORD PROBATE DIVISIONFile Dated this 5th day of November,A.D., WITNESS my hand and the seal of this FORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
COUNTY Number B5-94CP 1985, In Bradford County. Court on November 5, 1985. CASE NO. 85-214-CA
50 and 31 yards on the tough BHS
CASE NO. 85-133-SP Division 1-3671 11/21 4tpd 12/12 GILBERT S. BROWNAs
defense. Clerk of the Court STOCKTON WHATLEY DAVIN S COM

With clean uniforms showing up Mary B. Rosier Plaintiff In Re: Estate of .............. By Beulah M. MoodyAs PANYa
more and more, the BHS offense still vs ED JOSEPH MAY Deceased. Deputy Clerk Florida Corporation

continued to drive the football on the Frank Sutton Defendant NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 1 PUBLIC AUCTION 11/7 4tchg 11/28 Plaintiff

Bulldogs. Starting at their own 27, The administration of the estate of Ed. NOTICE ,Is hereby given that on Mon .............. v.
the Tornadoes drove the football 63 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Joseph May deceased File Number day. Dec. 2. 1985, at 10:00: o'clock A.M., OLAN W. POLK. SR. and LYDIA C. POLK
yards (pr their fourthiAouchdawn.JenkjMi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. Dolph 8S-94CP Is pending In,the Circuit Court.foi the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, his wife: ATLANTIC FIRST NATIONAL .
: had two runs'it\W'Y: i'ds.,, E. R.ddi.hw&.iH of Bradford CountrT Bradford CoemV."FIerlctaT-ProWtir' *'"'itft.:WIM..it' t'PubeeoucbbHforca.hat INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA BANK OF GAINESVILLE "w
Then) nes went up the middle for Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of Division the address of which Is N. Temple 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Defendants.
five yards breaking several tackles. Execution heretofore issued out of the Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 The lot of chairs consigned to Ron E. Moore, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Then from the Bulldog 42 Jones went above-entitled court In the obove-styled names and addresses of the personal Homasasia. Fla., to satisfy' freight and CIVIL ACTION Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto

over the left side, got outside, turnedon cause, have levied upon the following representative and the personal storage charges, under the provisions of CASE NO. 85461CAIn an Amended Final Judgment of
the after burners, and outran property situate, lying and being In representatives attorney are set forth Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Foreclosure entered herein I will sell

everyone into the endzone. BHS was Bradford County Florida, to wit: below. Lading. Re: The Marriage of the property situated, In Bradford Co.nty. ,, -
up 28-0 with 9:11 remaining in the Commence at the Southwest corner of Interested persons are required to Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS Husband Florida described as:
Lot. 59 and 60 In WOODLAWN Section file with this court WITHIN THREE MON Pro.-632280 dtd.9/20/85 and Lot Twelve ((12)), Block Fifteen ((15)),and
game. the 13, Township 5 South Range 22 East THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS I1/212tchg 11/28 ALICE JUNE GRIFFIS, Wife the East 25' of Lot Eleven ((11)), Block Fifteen
BHS football
got right back on and run North a distance of 208 feet to a NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate n........... ((15)) of Ward City, now Brooker In
a pass interception by defensive point; thence run East a distance of 260 and ((2)) any objection by an Interested PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE OF SUIT Bradford County Florida all lying and

back Johnny Clark who returned the feet more or less; thence run South a person on whom this notice was served NOTICE i Is hereby given that on Monday NO PROPERTYTo being In Section 8, Township South,
football all the way to the Bulldog distance of 208 feet to a point on DuPont that challenges the validity of the will, December 2, 1985 at 10:00 o'clock : JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS address Range 20 East.logether .
three. But the good run was nullifiedby Road; thence run West on the North the qualifications of the personal A.M., the undersigned Gator unknown. with: Range, Automatic

a Tornado blocking penalty at the boundary line of DuPont Road a distanceof representative, venue, or jurisdiction of Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has Washer Refrigerator, Wall to Wall
20 yard line, and BHS got the ball at 260 feet, more or less, to the Point of the court. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Road been filed against you and you are required Carpet

the Tavares 35. RB Greg Wiggins got Beginning according to the map or plot ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Jacksonville, Fla., on. lot of air conditioners to serve a copy of your written At public sale, to the highest and best
throught the Bulldog defense for 13 of Woodlawn as recorded In the public SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. consigned to Arco Comfort defenses If any to JAMES R. FLYNN. ES. bidder for cash at the front entrance of

yards, then Jenkins returned to the records of Bradford County, Florida Publication of this notice has begun on Prod.. Tampa Fla., to satisfy freight and QUIRE Petitioner's Attorney whose address the Bradford County Courthouse In
game for runs of 9 and 13 yards for as the property of the above-named November, 1985. storage charges under the provisions of Is 405 West Georgia Street Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 5th
the final touchdown which put BHS Defendant and that on the 16th day of Personal) Representative: Section 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Starke Florida, 32091, on or before day of December, 1985.
u > 35-0. December 1985 Monday at two o'clockon Mildred M. L.. Lading.. November 28, 1985, and file the originalwith Dated this 8th day of November, 1985.
said day on the premises ot the Brad- 8731 Beverly Drive Gator Frelghtways. Inc.,Carrier the Clerk of this Court either before GILBERT S. BROWN

t ford County Sheriff Office, I will offer Temple Terrace, Florida 33617 02-646000 dtd. 9/21/85 service on Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy
for sale and sell to the hlghests bidder Attorney for Personal Representative: 11/21 2tchg 11/28 thereafter otherwise a Beulah Moody
for cash In hand the above-described Anthony J. Salzman default will be entered against you for Deputy Clerk
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S S demanded in the complaint or Donald
BESSENT relief L. Smith
properly as the property of the said MOODY & SALZMAN the Esquire
Defendants to satisfy said Execution. 403 W. Georgia St., P.O. Box 1056 PUBLIC AUCTION petition. 816 Barnett Bonk Building
DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF Starke, Florida 32091 NOTICE Is h.r.by given that on Monday WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Jacksonville, Florida 32202

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ((904)) 964-7262 372-8327 December 2, 1985 at 10:00 o'clock Court on November 4, 1985. Telephone: 904-354-3645
11/214tchg 12/12 11/21 2tchg 11/28 A.M., the undersigned GatorFrelghtways GILBERT S. BROWN Attorney for Plaintiff

...............r +eee......... / Inc., will sell at public auc CLERK BRADFORD OF THE COUNTYBy COURT 11/14 2tchg 11/21... ...
S er r. -
Rd. Jacksonville
tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Beulah Moody
NOTICEOF .
Fla., one lot of pool swimming supplies
SPECIAL MEETINGTO COUNTY, FLORIDA consigned' to Kransco 'Mfg. Co.. 11/7 4tchg 11/?8. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
ALL INTERESTED PARTIES: PROBATE DIVISIONFile and ............. TAX DEED
Miami. Flo., to satisfy freight
You will please take notice that a Number B5-93CP under the of
provisions BID
t storage charges NOTICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Leroy T.
Division 1-3670
;i special meeting of the Bradford County Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of The Bradford County Board of CountyComml..lon.r. or Ernest Hunter the holder of the
Health Facilities Authority will be heldon
ir sealed bids
on *
lading. will
In Re Estate of open following certificates has filed said certificates -
Tuesday. November 26. 1985 at 7:00: : Gator Frelghtways, Carrier 9:30 .
Monday, December 9, 1985, at : a.m.In
be Issued
LIZA SLONE MAY Deceased. for a tax deed to
p.m. In the meeting room of the Board of 04-613509 dtd 9/11/85 l
the CounJy&gminIssloner'e!! 8PenirBids
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe thereon. The certificate numbers and
Commissioners In the Bradford
County 11/21 2tchg .''lm. __ received for GeerarLiability
will be
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida to administration of the estate of .u........... Automobile Liabilityand years of issuance, the description of the
consider a bond purchase agreement LIZA SLONE MAY, deceased File. PUBLIC AUCTION Insurance, property, and the names In which it was
Number Is the Circuit Physical Damage, EquipmentFloater assessed are as follows:
with and further 85-93CP. pending In
Merrill-Lynch to consider that Monday
NOTICE Is hereby given on Securities, and
Court for Bradford Florida Money Certificate No.28 Year of Issuance 1983'
other that County
any Items may come up December 2. 1985. at 10:00: A.M., .
Workers Compensation.ALL of LOT 9 of ED-
ot that time Probate Division the address of which is Description Property:
/ .
the undersigned Gator Frelghtwoys.Inc. BE A COMPLETE
N. Avenue, Starke Florida, BIDS MUST WARDS UN-RECORDED PLAT SEC: 26Twp
Temple ,
George W. Roberts Jr., ., will sell at public auction for cash at PACKAGE BID ON ALL COUNTY INSURANCE
32091. The and addresses of the 6S. R-21.
names
Chairman 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one ABOVE.
LISTED
assessed L. G. Edwards,
which
Name In :
Anna WardBradford Itchg 11/21 personal representative and the p.rsonal lot of rims consigned to Robert McCray. THE BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF

representative's attorney are st Leesburg Fla., to satisfy freight and COMMISSIONERS RESERVESTHE Jr.All
_. forth below. COUNTY of said property being in the County
-- 71 14 storage charg.under the provisions of RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY of Bradford State of Florida.
7 interested to
High persons are required Bill of
ISA Uniform'Standard
Section 4b) of
T.v.r.. 0 0 0 0 file with this court WITHIN THREE MON. OR ALL BIDS. Unless such certificate or certificates
Subscribe Today I THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION/ OF THIS Lading. Gilbert S. Brown Esther B. Ellerson .shall be redeemed acceding to low the
Inc., Carriert
First Downs ..'",,pHsTav.rss'".1 7 BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estote Gator Frelghtways-608038 dtd 9/16/85 Clerk to the Board County Finance Dlr.' :'property described In such certificate orcertificates

Rushing Yards ... .,41.3f+ JO-7J TELEGRAPH and ((2)) any objection by an Interested 11/21 2tchg 11/28 11/14 2tchg 11/21 will be sold to the highest
.. ., bidder at the courthouse door on the
Palling Yards .. P4 '" II person on whom this notice was served esa1..e H..
PA-PC-el '" '.' HO S4J430.J 964-6305 that challenges the validity of the will 10th day of December, 1985.
Punta ..000. the qualifications of the personalrepresentative NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR bated this 16th day of October 1985.
ee..e......IU1 TAX DEED Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
Pumblos lost .2' 1-J v.nu., or jurisdiction of
HEREBY GIVEN that ErnestL. of Clrculr Court of Bradford County -
PanaltittyardiScoring 4.40! MS the court. ---- NOTICE IS Clerk
Summary ON BEINGA ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH or Irene Hunter the holder of the Florida
BHS-J.nkin.I.y.rd run.BPi Hamilton,kick. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD following certificates has filed said certificates 11/14 4tchg 12/5 4e
BHS-Janklns 30-yard run..Pi Hamilton. kick. Publication of this notice has begun on' FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA for a tax deed to be Issued
BHS-Jonas, 20-yird run. SIP- Hamilton. kick PARENTChildren November 21, 1985. Case No. e5-463-CA thereon. The certificate numbers and ..s.ce......!.

BHSJonas, 41-yird run. IPi Hamilton kick. Personal Representative: years of Issuance, the description of the
BHS- Janklns, 11-yard run. BPi Hamilton, Mildred M. Lee In R.: The Marriage of property and the names In which It was CALL FOR BID

kick. ore great most of the 8731 Drive BRENDA PINEDA.PetitionerWife assessed are as follows:
shutout of the Beverly Certificate No. 143 Year of Issuance 1983 Sealed bids will be received/ by the City /.
It was the fifth year tlmel To help you cope with raising Temple Terrace, Florida 33617
defensive machine and of Property: No. 4508 WVs of of Starke City Commission at the City
for the Big Red children call Tel-Med at 64-4494 Attorney for Personal Representative: Description
which needed to get back in game or 3749007 and ask for any of Anthony J. Saliman HILARIO PINEDA N'/4 of NW1/4 of NW 1/4 SECTION 34, Hall In Stork.,. Florida until/7:30 p.m..
its skills after a Respondent/Husband. TWP 6 S. R-22. December 3, 1985 at which time and
action to resharpen tnese tape by number: BESSENT, MOOPY & SALZMAN
had to offensive Name In which assessed: Th. Roost Investments place all bids received will be publicly
week's idleness. Tavares 403 W. Georgia St., P.O. Box 1056
drives with running back 133 Advice for parents of Starke. Florida 32O9I NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Inc opened and read aloud on the following:,
Shawn Archie doing most the runt teenagers ((904)) 964-7262. 372.8327 : Hllarlo Pineda All of said property being In the County Specification may be seen at City

i ing. BHS kept the first drive alive 404 Brothers and sisters getting 11/21 2tchg 11/28 Address Unknown of Bradford. State of Florida. Hall: e .
action for certificates
\ YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Unless such certificate or TRUCK .CHASSIS-REAR LOADING
with a 15 yard holding penalty but along I.f.e.e/4.0..11 dissolution/ of marriage has been filed shall be redeemed according to law the REFUSE COLLECTION TRUCK BODY.
Aaron Matthews ended the threat 405 The single parent family against and ore required to described in such certificate or
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO you you property The City of Starke reserve) the right to
with his Interception of Tavares: 408 Discipline and punishment REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ; serve. a copy of your written defenses. If certificates will be sold to the highest 'accept or reect| any or all bids. ..
': pass thrownfrom' the Bradford 30 434 Child abuse Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida any, to It on BRENDA PINEDA. Petitioner bidder at the courthouse door on the The effective dot will be date of acceptance. -

yard line Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the whose address I I. Rt 1, Box 921, 17th day of December, 1985. ., ", .
At the end of the third peried and Tel-Med Is a free service broughtto undersigned. HARRY AND MABEL Sta". ., Florida 32091 on or before Dated this 31 day of October, 1985.
; Florida
of Star
into the fourth, the Bulldogs drive 31 you by the Auxiliary of Bradford GREEN joint owners, doing business1. December 19. 1985. and file the original GILBERT S, BROWN. Clerk City *
yards, that drive again kept alive by'a Hospital, Inc. under the firm name of THE OLE TRUNK' with the clerk of this court either' before Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Coun By: P4.111. Tucker,

15 yard penalty incurred by the ANTIQUE AND GIFT SHOPPC 310 E. Call;, service on Petitioner or Immediately/ ty Florida City Clerk .

Tornadoes for roughing the punter. Street, Storke. Florida./ 32091. Intends toll J thereafter; otherwise a default will be 11/14 4tchg 12/5 11/14 2tchg.IV21 ;,

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Top of the Totem Pole at BMS... Telken Williams, Dwain and I

I (Front row 1-r) Kim Johnson, Deana Holiday, Jane Stanwix-Hay, Richardson, Andy Smith Kevin Smith, Blaine ; ;
Elizabeth Rathburn, Steven Thornton, Scott Duncan. Not pictured: Karen Coleman and Alpesh Patel.
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1 Michael Becker,
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a Burns, Bill
Chandler, Josh
Elder Minday
Grlfds, Holly
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Jones, Jennifer
Mitchell
Myers Deborah
James

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Bula, Angela
Coleman, Janice
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These third, fourth and fifth grade students made straight A's on their Denton, Jonathan Smith, Alison Dugdate/Candice. / ...
report cards for the first six week grading period.On Jimmy Parado and Stephen McLeod.
the front row from left to right: Shawn Tyliczka, Jeff Chitty, Beth In the rearfrom( left to right): Amy Parrish, led County Lori girls
Modesitt, Katlna Hampton, Christy Jones, Malena Roberts Kenneth Spears, Sonja Thompson Dana Newsome, Julie by
Crawford Evans.In Robbie Bassett, Karla Harper, Cassandra Jarvis and Jeffery Darrin Murphy.Young, Angela Barber, Angela .Mobley, Tim the last state Saturday's meet by

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By Mark Frirdlin night-time approach and landing That affection stopped at night, they thought they were landing in way lights which outline the shape of the city benefits in the long run from
BCT Staff Writer techniques. At the end of a long trip when inadequate, antiquated Gainesville by mistake," Keystone the landing area, is both vivid and the various projects we have goingon
Imagine yourself ita\ small any aviator is tired and ready to set lighting and unlit runways along Heights Councilwoman Louise reassuring, truly a dramatic changefor out there. This should be a good
private plane, circling high in air down, his senses may be slightly off, with any type of crosswinds combined Baker commented recently. "We the better for area pilots. first step."
looking for a place to land.It his reactions not quite as sharp as forces to make approaches by have had a very positive response The FAA grant funds also were us- The proposals include the airport
is night and the sky is overcastand when he took off. pilots unfamiliar with the layout a from all the pilots who have used the ed for an airport management study itself, the perimeter of the landing
pitch black, the visibility is zero. Now area pilots who approach the sometimes hair-raising experience.Now facility since the improvementswere which studied traffic patterns at the areas, much of it still paved with a
The fuel guage on your tiny instru- Keystone Heights Airport in this thanks to an airport im- made." facility predicted future growth and maze of taxi-ways dating back to the
ment panel tells you in no uncertain situation are in for a big suprise.The provement grant to the city of The city used the grant money outlined a pattern for constructive extensive military activity which oc-
terms in the dim glow of your huge, old airport, its original Keystone Heights by the Federal from the FAA to install a completelynew developmentThe cured there during World War II,
cockpit light that it is time to seek a construction dating back to pre- Aviation AdmmistrationFAA( ), the lighting system with a new took the.first toward and the forested lands surroundingthe
safe field and a full gas tank. World War II days, was always a old airport has new life, and a beacon which is visible for miles, an better city of steps airport.
That's not a scenario that any pilot favorite for area pilots in perfect flying lighting system pilots are en- illuminated wind directional in- management at the city-owned "One big change is that we have
wants to find himself in, no matter conditions bright, sunny thusiastic about, to say the least. dicator system, lighted boundarieson last property June with the Keystone of Airport set of started to manage the lands at the
how experienced they might be in daylight operations with no winds. "I've had reports by pilots saying the main runways and taxiwaysand recommendations adoption a airport for both timber and
policy proposed
I 1 a unique remote control system Councilman John Ilendrix.r wildlife," Hendrix said. "An area we
which puts control of the system at a just cut is large (approximately 100
pilots fingertips. acres) and needs to be re-planted
"That's the feature that the pilotsare within the next year. I also hope we
the most excited about," com- ={ -. can replace the trees already cut
mented Keystone Heights Airport with species that are better adaptedto
Manager Jim Young. "With this the area."
system they can approach the air- The plan also proposes longer
port at night and turn the entire rotations of tree planting at the air
I system on with just two clicks of port which is not based strictly on
,. : ) their microphone button. It's very pulpwood production. Natural
; ."., flexible and it's quite a sight from up regeneration of commercial 'trees
.' .. .. '< in the air and it's also would be encouraged.
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H .;,;'"' u' conditions." basis, for working- with County
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antique and was never really quite airport consultants and the various
powerful enough for the size airport leaseholders with interests at the
wre have here," Young continued. site," Hendrix said.
'. The city is really lucky to have a The plan also includes a proposalthat
facility this size.It's not ususal for a the Airpark should be managed
small city like Keystone Heights to exclusively for airport developmentand
: have such a large airport. It's quitea used according to the airport
; valuable lesource and will do ,rayNew master plan with compatible non-
4 nothing but continue to grow in the aviation leases. The city's hay-
1' future, especially with this, new cutting lease was cited in the plan as
fi lighting systemwhich brings it rightup one example of this type of "com
''i on par with most of the more patible" lease.
'iI modern mid-size airports in the The city-owned natural park at
:4; :: state." Crystal Lake, also part of the airport

,\ The new Pilot Controled Lighting Feature... ph1""M"k "'.""" property, will be managed along the
:" .System is controlled by a central lines of a state park system, main
., This new wind direction! indicator taining the present Boy Scout lease
I iN' '" control building on the edge of the
; ', : :}J .. .'' ,- runway near the hangar complex lights up as well\ gi\ ing approachingpilots there but also opening the area to
-- crucial information on those
various types of "passive" recrea-
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\ ,'photoelectric cell which turnes the nature and were intended to Improve other activities that would have a
. allowing approaching land owned minimal environmental impact
system on the worth of the by
"" .. pilots to key into the system simply the city at the airport, especially in there," Hendrix said. "We should
4. the radio frequency. At the area of timber and wildlife encourage this."
the same time a set oi lights ringingthe management," Hendrix com-
wind-sock directional indicatorflip mented. "We need a more clearly See Airport page 2

on to give pilots data on wind defined.set of policies to make sure .....
direction critical informaiton to "
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downs visit local schools, library as preview to Circus Nov. 23


Children of all ages enjoyed circus: day. Family tickets are cus camel, is the only camel performing formea with several circuses. _
available for $15 and will admit two in the circus world today. 4t
special free performances by Brothers Flippo, adults and four children. Children Clyde performs with Chico, the Jeus Lawson, who performs an tl _
and Chryssi, two Franzen at under two are admitted free. Ticketsat llama, In a mixed animal review. unusual hand balancing routine, is a F
who
clowns appeared
Circus
Bradford County schools and in the gate are $1 more. When was the last time you saw a graduate of Dartmouth with a
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Brothers Circus llama camel degree in environmental science.
The Franzen Jump over a
special performance at McDonald'sin college r )
features over 50 wild and domestic was on the gymnastic team in r+ M
Starke and the Bradford County
animals .including seven Royal Llamas are very stupid animals. and after graduating decided
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Nov. 18.
Public Library on Monday, than ,
Bengal tigers, three African Wayne Franzen says it would have circus life was more interesting +
lionesses, twelve matched Leopard been easier to train a block of woodto the 9 to 5 business routine.
Flippo and Chryssi will also be a Ponies of America, three elephants, do a trick than it was to train
delightful portion of the perfor- a camel and a llama.' Chico. Heidi and Curt Cassidy, who do an
mance at the circus set for Satur- aerial act, were working in
day, Nov. 23. at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at The circus was started by Wayne Chico has to do his act every dayor Wisconsin-Heidi as a bank teller and ,.
the Bradford County fairgrounds on Franzen in 1974. He was an In- he forgets what to dot Kurt in a restaurant. i
US-301in Starke. dustrial arts teacher at a high schoolin The main performers in the circus
central Wisconsin before answer- are multi-talented people. When Kurt proposed to Heidi she
ing the call of the Big Top. could run away
, Tickets tor the circus are on sale said "yes" if they
now for $3 for children under 14 and Wayne t-Tanzen had seen a Big and Join the circus. They have been "-
I i senior citizens, and $4 for adults aged The featured act are the "Poniesof Top circus as a little boy and was bit- with the Franzen Brothers Circusfor
14-64. Tickets are on sale at the America." Franzen bought the ten by the circus bug. He became a three years now.
Starke Chamber of Commerce and twelve matched Leopard Ponies in school teacher but soon started
Denmark Furniture in Starke, at 1977 and spent 1,000 hours that training al and then took out All the circus "stars" have other --
Spires IGA Store in Lake Butler and winter rehearsing them. They perform his first circus duties with the circus besides perfor- 1
at Watson's Realty and Lake Region a liberty drill routine, meaningthat ming. Heidi Cassidy serves as bookkeeper I

Travel in Keystone Heights. they perform without leads in Bill Reynolds, the ringmaster, Jens Lawson pops popcorn
perfect unison. They do spins, figure was also a teacher who grew tired of for the crowd, and Kurt Cassidy runs Clowning Around...

The Kiwanis Club receives proceeds eights, reverses and salutes to the the bureacracy in education and the elephant rides. The glamour and 43 of Flippo (right) clowns around with one of the many local children and
from advance ticket sales on- audience. then ran away and Joined the circus. the circus lasts only one hour much Chryssl saw Monday In various free shows given around the community
ly, so be sure to buy your tickets ear- His wife had never seen a circus till minutes the work goes on for as a preview to the circus that Is due to arrive Saturday Nov 23,with two
ly. No advance tickets will be sold on Clyde, the Franzen Brothers Cir- she was an adult and now has per- longer. shows at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds on U-30lln Starke.





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Gun.Of Autumn...
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r : 11. Local hunters head for the woods as the fall season opens. with a bong in three.county area


ills\'.U., ,!JSY Mark Frledlln't'T once again as area hunters in Brad- their faithful hound dogs, load their ly cases of mistaken identity. huge forest area in Bradford County ted in this area, which requires a
I I I i Stuff Writer ford,Clay and Union Counties mount firearms and get down to some Hunters should also be aware of No is open for bow hunting or black permit during the first nine day
2.he mil of the wild is_beckoning_ _UD thflr trusty, piek\ -uns, round upHIOIO serious hunting.The Trespassing laws on private property powder guns only."Stiir period.In .
r I season officially started last and not intrude on preserves own- hunting only is permittedin the Joe Budd Game Manage
--i"U,:!., JCTIF f fw week and the trophies started com ed and hunted by club members. these sites. ment area in Tallahassee, huntersare
ing Monday morning at the Some of the areas available for the The same rules for the nine-day allowed to still hunt only without
...fr!;... Telegraph when Russell Miscally hunters: permit period and still hunting dogs in either muzzle-loading or ar
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,,,1..,I" brought in two fine racks he bagged At Camp Blanding, the popular restrictions apply in the Lake Butler chery.Illegal.
,f last weekend in the fieldsee accompanying military reservation throws open its Game Management area. shooters beware: Game
1 picture) along with his doors for area hunters who need a The Osceola National Forest offers Commission officers will be
father Russell. permit during their first nine days in an attractive spot to get away especially alert for hunters plying
'i Hunters have plenty of wide-open the area. After that period open rifle from it all and enjoy a little huntingas their sport without a proper liscense
4 spaces to choose from in the three- and bow hunting are permitted.At well. Bow hunting, blackpowder this season in a new crackdown effort -
l- county area but they should be extra the so-called Raiford Tract a and regular rifle hunting is permit. on illegal hunters
safety conscious this year, according -
to Florida Fish and Game Com
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"The. sport is more popular than i 2nd Annual
Mt't ever and we seem to have more and
II II'S IIq more people out in the I woods, i

'S S_ season especially, in Garrison the beginning commented.of the Franzen Bros. Circus II
"Hunters need to know the basic I
ca.,, safety rules and activly practice
them In the field. We want to cut I
S down on the accidents that have oc- Saturday November 23rd
cured in recent years in this area." ,
tit Hunters should always be awareof
other hunters in the area and wear 2 Shows 2 &
x 'srrtfaan some small brightly colored articleof Big : 4 p.m.
a clothing to avoid sometimes dead-

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Tickets: Advance Gate
Another important change recommended -
in the proposal is the use of Children Under 2 FREE FREE
mixed harvest techniques to be usedon
2.13 & 65 & Over
timber on the property. yrs 1300 1400
"We can't just go in there and suddenly 14-64 yrs. ..4.0I15oo 1500$2fj
cut out large sections of trees
with some soil erosion occuring"Hendrix Family Ticket
,.,r444l said. "This has been a problem ((2 Adults & 4 Kids)
there in the past. We should
l 3'' I .. clearcut in small areas only and I NO ADVANCE SALES CIRCUS DAY!
ot. """ become a little more selective about Tickets will be on Sale until 6:30 pm Friday, Nov. 22
by Murk Fn.dlln when we harvest. A technique called
Good Start... landscape patterning can help *To save money and support your Kiwanis Club, buy J
these two magnificent racks hl weekend at'Ca'nIP preserve the area for a variety of tickets IN ADVANCE
Russ Miscally Jr.bagged different types of trees and your at the following locations:
in the three-
a bang
Blamllng as the hunting season oll'lu'liilh
wildlife Chamber of Commerce
county, area. J Miss Heidi Casady Denmark Furniture
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: Refrlgerater Thawing: Place
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four pound bird will take one to ,
two days: a 12 pound bird takes 2 to 3 If
days and a 20 pounder takes 3 to 4
days.
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cavity until just before you're readyto L
pop it in the oven, to avoid food
poisoning. TURKEYS
When stuffing the bird, fill the
neck area lightly with stuffing. ., _
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skewer. Turn wing tips back of the / l_
heavy wing bone to rest against the \ l '
neck skin. Stuff cavity lightly. '
body ; ', .
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Insert a meat thermometer into
the center of the inner thigh muscle. & UP IuU ,\I.. .
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browning. Baste with drippings if LB. '
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American Poultry Industries : : -ia
Research Council has, at last, --S .
developed standardized approx-
imate turkey roasting times for to-
day's young, tender turkeys.The approximate ; ..
cooking times are basedon e
a bird at refrigerator
temperature at the start of roasting.
Also, the turkey would be stuffed
immediately prior to roasting, be
placed on a rack in a shallow pan ina .
preheated 325 degree F oven and
be roasted to 180-185 degrees F in the i
! inner thigh and 165 degrees F in the;
center of the stuffing. The roasting
\ instructions apply only for turkeys
purchased frozen and unstuffed at
!. time of purchase. 1 yyiI
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' biggest question of all at holiday ,
! time is how big a turkey you should ;
! buy. Of course, the size depends onto
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pounds, allow about one pound of / :
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pounds, allow one-half to three-
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Serving size is figured as three
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; Addison $3ndllionAward Bradford and Union Counties' on
November 28 or in December.
Clients who need to see an attorney
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to schedule an appointment to come
into the Gainesville office,according The trunk of an elephant can hold six quarts of water-,enough to wash down the biggest snootful of peanuts.The .
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Curtis Addison may yet see the Florida Supreme Court to hear the ," "
$3.2 million awarded him last year in case. .",' "
his suit against Seaboard Coastline No matter what decision the .! .. rightdiesel
Railroad, as the decision that railroad makes, it could take quite
favored Addison was upheld by the some time before Addison ever sees \..... fuel
First District Court of Appeals in any of the money awarded him a r'A
Tallahassee Friday. year ago.
The suit stemmed from an acci- The appeal filed by the railroad in
dent in July of 1983 when a freight Tallahassee charged that Judge
train hit the truck being driven by John J. Crews, who presided over Rightaround
Addison at a railroad crossing in the initial trial in union County, :
Lake Butler. committed 18 errors during that ( :
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The truck was totaled and Ad- trial. : S-T

,, dison, who was severely injured, In the Union County trial, I;;:.'., your .
still walks-with a cane and is required Addison's lawyer (Rod Bowdoin of r- d'
to take therapy regularly, Lake City) claimed that the railroadwas .'
although the accident occurred at fault in the accident becausethe :, ( neigliborhood.e .
more than two years ago, says his crossing, which is located on NE .
mother,Josephine Addison. Doctors 8th'Avenue in Lake Butler, was not .
believe his disabilities to be permanent marked with the appropriate warn- You don't have to go far
ing signs and lights.It to find the right diesel fuel for
was also charged that the I your car. Just look for our Gulf
,
In November of 1984 a Union County railroad allowed the right-of-ways to Auto Diesel sign.
jury awarded Addison more than become overgrown and bushes along You see.Gulf Auto Diesel is specially
$4 million to compensate for his In- the tracks at the crossing obstructeda filtered to remove water and So next time you need fuel look
juries. However Addison was foundto motorist's view of approachingtrains. other contaminants before they can for our red and yellow'D.:We're
be 20 percent at fault, with the damage your engine. right around your neighborhood.
railroad being found 80 percent at Charges of speeding against both
fault for the accident and the award Addison and the train were also -. '- -_.----- -- --- .--_.-
was reduced to$3,208,156... made at the trial last November.The ------ --- -----.---
The railroad believed the award to railroad claimed that Addisonwas
be too high and appealed the case in doing 42 mph in a 30 mph speed NW Corner of U.S. 301 and S.R. 100 Starke
Tallahassee. The state appeals zone and Addison's lawyer claimed
court, however, found no errors in that the train was traveling at 39 Kerosene LP Gas (Propane) OPEN 24 HOURS
the November 1984 trial. mph in a 20 mph zone. Full Serve and SeBf-Serve Island
Further claims on the part of the
Other avenues are open to railroad included a charge that Ad-
Seaboard Coastline and it is not dison had his stereo turned up so
known at present whether the loud that he could not hear the approaching -
railroad will take any. further legal train.
action. Addison is the son of Leroy and '. r r a VZap1
The railroad could file a motion Josephine Addison of Lake Butler
for a rehearing or go further up the (Josephine is Union County Tax Collector
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1 pA sr Any student who plans to attend The results of the ACT will be usedto New Testament, Human Growth &
11 Santa Fe Community College this determine placement in Santa Developement, Principles of Accounting
winter should take the ACT Test to Fe's English and math classes. I, Anatomy & Physiology,
be administered at the new Starke The Winter semester in the new Beginning Acting and three different
Center on Friday, November 22. building starts January 7 and ends computer classes.
The test,which lasts approximately May 1.SFCC. For more information,drop by the
four hours, will begin promptly at Starke Center is offering its SFCC Starke Center on West Call St.
0:30: a.m. It will be necessary for largest selection of classes ever this or Call 964-5382. '
those who take the ACT Test to fill Winter Term with 33 different sec
out an application to SFCC prior to tions. In addition to most of the
taking the test, if they have not yet general education requirement,
been admitted to the college. There classes of interest include First Aid,
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a. Road Hazard Warranty room,or a whole building,and we
will gladly cut just the right
Worthington Springs Bazaar... 165800.13 . 25.00 P165-80R-13 . 33.00 amount of carpet to satisfy required -

Mrs Mamie Jo Douglas of Worthington (right ('ounUt'!!. P185-BOD-13 . 27.00 P185-75R-14 . 38.00 needs,large or small.
speaks to one of the many people in attendance at the Civic Club President Gloria Holmes said this! bazaar :, P195-BOB-14 . 30.00 P195-75R-14 . 38.00 Most carpet is tufted in 12 ft.
Civic Club Bazaar held Saturday. 1'41III; was! "the best we've ever had," although proceeds widths since this is usually ade-
P205-75B-14 . 32.00 P205-75R-14 . 40.00P22575B14
The annaul bazaar draws! crowd of people! from allover have not Jcl been computed. quate to cover the width of most
the area Inchulini Union, BI'ulroI'lIIUlII Columbia . 36.00 P225-75R-1S . 45.00 rooms, whether in a home or
P215.75B-15 . 35.00 P235-75R-15 . 47.00 apartment building.Occasionally
Mistrial DeclaredIn P225-75B-14 . 36.00 : carpet is tufted in 15 ft. widths
:. P235-75B-15 . 37.00 4.00 Balance Each s but much less frequently than inithe
Civil
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standard 12 R. width. Lengthsof
The defense's motion for a ,. : FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL 144.95. / carpet rolls vary, according to
mistrial was granted last week in I Includes Sd carter, amber tae In to 1 FRONT or REAR I / needs of retailers and consumers.
the civil suit of Joyce A. Gallagherversus rMmanufsctumn I epee. Inspect suspension Rsplscs peas tr ahot.; I'IIlUrflC', dmmef The selection of carpet in our
f! or "''ora; pacll,be.llngl; lltetd adJuat;
Winn Dixie. SUNDAY DINNER "9J shsdne. Iy.lem. For marl American ad.teal mad Amtlrtcan exs bucks.'Chevettesaxe store is designed to meet the most
Gallagher was seeking damagesfor I l'ji cara. Front wlllel drive vehlclel and Me'alle' palll.xlra whBIIllqulrtd. discriminating tastes. Come in
an injury she incurred March 19, 'artllxlra. "
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1982, when she slipped in a puddle of IS BACK! S10.95 4 HEAVY DUTY SHOCKS, :.? yourself.
water in the Winn Dixie Store in I Mol Car B I ;;.o:
Starke. Gallagher stated she had to t '14.95. 59.95
REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 'Lt..Trucks Tea Tile
have surgery as a result of the in- SERVING FROM 11 am 2 pm : : &j

jury.The mistrial was declared when it Your FRIED CHICKEN +: CORBETT'S TIRES & SERVICEUS301.TempltAve. & Carpet

was learned one of the jurors had a Cote OR MEAT LOAF 964.6436 ; 131 N. Cherry St.
prior association with the original '
attorney of record. Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Green Beans, House Salad, J5 Financing (Formerly StarkeHniteiw) i Starke, Florida
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Hot Rolls & Butter, Coffee or Tea .. .. 964.7423tiiqigiF'
Starke Man Arrested

For Selling CannabisStarke $4.50

police arrested a 31yearold T
man after they stopped to in- COME JOIN US SUNDAY
vestigate a suspicious vehicle at the
Edwards Road Ball Park. ECONO LODGE
Ronnie Joe Moss is charged with
possession of cannabis with the in- Strawberry Patch RestaurantU.S. DISCOVER THE
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tent to sell, according to Patrolmen _
Paul Rhoden and K. R. Hinds, Jr. 301 N. Starke 964-7600 -
Several witnesses stated Moss
attempted to sell marijuana to them. l i I.I
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dissolved following during the marriages month of were October LAWN & GARDEN

in Bradford County, accordingto LORlDA e : "vat
court records. *">!""r ;, w. CENTER .
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Starke
Shelton L. Dale & Rose A. Dale. I rNf./MI LO .
Garrity.Peggy Boone Garrity & Cifford A 964.5745

Safford Simmons & Hester Blume
Simmons.
Jessie V. Griffis & Patricia A.
Griffis. -
Robin Vester & Anne B. Vester.
Stanley F. West & Virginia T, .

West.Warren Winter & Rebecca Winter WEED EATERGas ... ? !. 1 1 }
Barker.John W. Barker & Deborah d '* .:

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Murray.David.
E. Pfenniger & Suxanne Powered

Pfenniger.William Morris & Marilyn Morris. Hand Held Blower .
Paul B. James & Sylvia K. James. (
Gary Wayne Coleman & Edna Col- 28.0 cu. In. engine 2 cycle direct drive
eman. 140 MPH Max. Velocity Vibration
Walker Hamilton,Jr & Reva Jan dampened handle Electronic Ignition
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Gerald E. Brown,Jr. &Sherlyn M. : -
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Kent Hood & Helen Hood. Model No. 940 Reg. 159.99
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David Clark & Boonruan P. Clark Introductory JACKETS
Cantrell.Larry F, Cantrell & Margaret A Price 139"

Tillman Peter Richardson & Infant/Toddler 'Girls1 or -Ladles' or '
Vickie Lynn Richardson. Regularly To 12.99. 9.99 Regularly To 15.99.1 2.99 Regularly 19.99..15.99
Edward Lee Padgett & Audrey
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Tuesday! 7:30Jhowlng: _j Conversion to Vacuum Large, Heavy
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,. ,k.J'MI'OIdbmlllerhu Special PurchaseCAMELLIAS Regularly To 1.49. 32 ounce Reg. To 59' Each. Paper New Coke, Classic Coke,
better luck with women titan you da liquid or 65 ounce powder towels, napkins, foam cups, Diet Coke, Cherry Coke
fcur Mftfend tui a new boyfriend detergent. Limit 2. or Wonderfoll. Limit 4. or Sprite.


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6 AMP Motor ;;,.. iOFC4
Developes 125 MPH 3"
wind velocity for
easy, fast clean-up to 8" $1 591T.

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-. patios & gutters We bought out a Florida Growers entire JERGENS SOAP FOAM PLATES WARREN PRODUCTS TRANSMISSION FLUID
PLUSMoving stock 2 varieties popular colors most Regularly 1.33. 4.5 ounce- Regularly 1.07.25 count Regularly l To 89'.Type A Regularly 1.19. Warren
transmission fluid 30W or Type F or Dexron transmission
Violations al'lln 3 gal. size cans.Subject to sellout.COMPLETE Jergens bath size soap.bars of mild plates.soaK-proof Limit compartment 4. 40W motor oil. Umlt 5. fluid.


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I Kingsley Lake Man Injured Traffic AccidentGarrett SiWYERIL :


Paul Raymond 68, of 'to the right shoulder, according to truck struck the right front of Ray Trooper Bond. Estimated damage to
Kingsley Lake was injured Nov. 15, EMT's Curtis Crawford and Rusty mond's 1978 Pontiac at 8:15: a.m.,acthe Pqntlac was$4,000, there was no
when,his vehicle was struck by a Barrett. cording to Trooper Richard Bond damage to the truck.
rock. truck on SR-16. The 1978'Mack truck was southbound Truck driver Jeremiah Davis, Sr. According to a family member,
Raymond was taken to Bradford on CR-225,attempting to stopat of Green Cove Springs was not In- Raymond was expected to be
Hospital by Rescue 60) with multiple the intersection of SR-16 when the jured in the accident but was cited discharged from Bradford Hospital
.lacerations! and,a rwwsihlo fracture .ruck's air-brakes failed and the for defective brakes, according to !today, Thursday.

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before Judge R. A. Green, Jr. days served and was fined $750.
Monday Bradford Circuit Court: Thompson was found guilty of grand
theft resulting from his arrest for
The court departed' from the taking 20 cases of floor tile in August. _i 1
sentencing guidelines and placed of this year: Oj JV
Jeffrey Holiman.on five years probation Is Into SECURITYFEATURING :
with the sepecial I condition he: Adjudication of guilt was withheld
reside In' Jacksonville: with his, and Wayne Preston Hutchins was Litton
mother. Holiman was guilty of placed on community control and ill :I 'q Ir... '''J Tappan
escape. He was ordered released ordered to continue therapy at Bradford FEATURING V 1!'} I, !1. -N !" Microwave Oven
and transported to his, mother'shouse Union Guidance Clinic. Hut- I Saves space,in your kitchen Microwave Oven
chinsvis found guilty,of two countsof Goes almost Fits
anywhere on a under kitchen cabinetswall
aggravated battery after he attacked 15 % Off on a shell in a corner Cuts cooking time as much
Donald James: Thompsoniis his stepson with a knife July now thru Dec. 31 Perfect tor small kitchens, rec as 75%
sentenced to, the count tail l 101 i sip "u rooms dorms. Interior oven light
Protect Your Home or Businesswith
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Fire Damages Micro-Processor Electronic Technology Even less with working trade Even less with working trader


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Starke RestaurantA for Telephones and Business Telephone I. '\.t:\,".\" ii 11

Systems the top of the line is American made. -, ,r f'"

suspected electrical fur cause..!. Ihl\llIl'.it UKkitvlifn coiling from the
an estimated $4,000 in damage, in ;i attic COMDIAL
Starke restaurant Thursday. No\ "It wasn't a large fire,just hard to Litton
to," said Firemen Tom Rowe Executed it a trademark/ ofComdial Corp Litton
14. niPht"' get Mount under
cabinets
and Jeff Herpc. "it took longer to Meal-ln-One -
find it than to control it" NORTON TELECOM ENTERPRISES INC. Hangs almost anywhere
., is closed the Electronic touch control Cooks
The Starke tire Department The restaurant until so many foods so well
called to the Peking Restaurant on state fire marshall! makes his In- 864 N. Temple Avenue Starke Variable power with memory 500 watts of cooking power.
Temperature probe
US-301 at 9:41: p.m. when someone spection.A 964-4980
reported that smoke was coming fire caused extensive damage to $458 $398 with Reg. $ lCQ with
from under the eaves of the building. the building about five years ago coupon $218 U JO coupon
When firefighters searched for the when the restaurant was known as Even less with working trade Even less with working trade
source of the smoke flames broke thf' fArrtf'n Restaurant. .
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what the holidays mean to you.
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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm Appliance listen to WQIK-FM Supermarket weekdays, then at

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on 100;. Nylon Plush SpecialIn 7 00 AM for your letter and the V

24th Street, follow signs or 8 colors . . $699 sq yd Commercial Level lucky winners. 30 bicycles ,,
will be won. Enter today!
Call 964-7109 4 We wil assist you Tues. thru Sat 10 5:30: Loop Carpet c' .

100 Nylon Sculpt. $799 M99 __ _
FALL IS FOR PLANTINGOur Shag in 6 colors . . sq yd sq yd !\
Winter Stock Inventory includes.... glued down i b ,1e1
Autos,Dogwoods,various holly ties ind shrubs.Junlptrs and HIM. Plush Carpet
Available Now...Patio stock and standard Anna Apple and Dorsttt Blueberries,wt have with 5 year $ Domco Vinylwarranty
them II,ready for" .y\lldlllld grapes"'8".Don't forget the fIgs! . . . Q99 sq yd Starting at PDERiiM
,Our Gift Shop is Now Open
bee estimates on landscaping I maintenance Cal Ben HlgMawer al 964-7109 Sculpt Carpet. sU99sgyd Combo
'4' i 14.} ( .1 '. <*($* And R.m.mb.r..... "All Nature Sings of Jesus" with B year i Microwave.
(a r f'' ,. '.. .:;,< . : ."', ,'1 099w."anty sq yd Shop at Home '.oiloij a ..'Ii Your>oj.'GdrI1muouB.Cle: choice Gas: or lIlIldwlH Electric
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Heavy Plush Carpet George or Tina i r-rii-UrtE Microwave upper oven
in 12 colors $ 11 99 We wVI bring sampleswith Black glass doors with
5 year warranty . sq yd to you. I windows
I 964,5849 or 473-4295 Adjustable rollout broiler
Ii i Heavy Sculpt.Carpetin Compare at $1000
12 colors $ u O99 STOREwith with
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Ralph D. Davis Burial followed under the directionof Mrs. Angelovich was a homemakerand Geneva; three daughters, 'Susan of day, Nov. 18 at St.Williams Catholic Keystone Heights Cemetery with
Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home. salesperson for Sears. She was Jacksonville, Virginia of Queens Church with Father Tom Gorden of- Jones Jl'UDeraI"1lome of Keystone >Aticiatina
', Gainesville Mr. Ralph, died Donald Monday Davis,Nov.18, 57, at of also a member of St. Williams N.Y. and Valerie A. Finney 0GUildtord ; Burial followed at charge of arrangement*.
Catholic Church in Keystone, The Conn.; three brothers,
his home after an apparent heart at Mrs.Susan Angelovich of Frank
Clumbeitt in Newtown, Conn., the William Hoydilla Tampa
tack.
l 1'; Mrs. Susan in Hoydilla of North Hampton, Md.,
Margaret Angelovich, Womens Holy Name Society
In Adel
Born Ga., he had lived
73, of Lake Geneva, died Friday Stratford, Conn., and the AARP in and John Hoydilla of Meridan,
most of his life in Alachua County '
Veronica Garska of ,
Nov. 15 in Alachua General Hospitaltollowlng Keystone Heights. Conn.; sister y
where he in and
was trucking a
produce 'v -
a short Blness.BornJune8,19121n Survivors include her husband, Tampa
farmer. He was a member of Sharon,Penn., Stephen Andrew Angelovlch of Lake Funeral services were held Mon- '
Adel.the Antioch Methodist Church in Than sgivlng a e

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Survivors include three sisters, for ''
FISH DEER HEADS TANNING ALL ANIMALSLifetime
Mrs.Yvonne Thomas of Gainesville, BIRDS
Mrs. Sue Blanton and Mrs. Kay PRICE Guarantee on All Mounts Thursday, November 28
Moore, both of Adel; two brothers 1/2 Serving from 11 a.m to 3 p.m.
Edwin of Valrica, and Robbie olE; SALEHairplanee O' ,
Adel. r Garden t Fresh Salad Bar
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Funeral services were held t ,
Wednesday in the Archer Funeral Roasted Tom Turkey with
Chapel of Lake Butler with Rev. -
Greg Douglas officiating. Burial : uxic ermc;} Dressing and Giblet Gravy

followed in Adel. .
Baked Ham with Cherry Sauce.
r Card of Thanks Open After 9 s p.m.
Mon. JOE LAZENBY + Green Beans Almondlne
Appreciation is extended to 8 Mi. West ol Lawtey -Fri. ;
friends and neighbors for their concern On S.R. 125 All Day Sat. & Sun. Ph. 431.1050 Whipped Potatoes Cranberry Sauce
prayers, food, flowers and '
kindness during the illness and Sweet Potato Souffle Heavenly Hash

death We of especially our loved) thank one. the Upjohn ..... Bread Pudding with Lemon Sauce

employees and the Archie Tanner Hot Rolls & Butter '
Funeral Home for all their help. In Time for Thanksgiving '
The Family of Cecil MattheusC. ATTENTION All You Care lo Eat ....
Children tinder 12
B. LeggettMr. PERMS NAIL Ptip $

Charles Benjamin "C.B." "Reg.'al 40.00 WIIIIIII'Bally or Curtlw NOW $Otl U | TO ALL THIEVES & BANDITS! d Children Under 3 5 9 5

Leggett, 72, died Friday in St. HAIRCUTStNnReA FREEReservations ,
Vincents Hospital in Jacksonvilleafter *

Survivors an extended include illness.his wife, Jessxie W.III.n.Reg.$14.$14 . . . NOW $-7/ Olin's I Mobile I Home Saleshas Suggested for 5 or Mon
O'Berry Leggett of Jacksonville; FROSTING Regular Menu Available B-8 p.m. .
two daughters, Carolyn Price of St. _
Augustine and Wanda Sass of Alma; Men $on hired a full-time night watchman. He ECONO LODGE
two step-sons, Gerald of Houston Reg.$4Gemen. . . NOW L U ; '

and Maxine David Hurst of of Jacksonville Callahan; 11; grand sister All Haii-color will carry a ,double-barreled shotgun and Strawberry Patch Restaurant
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Men*Women $Q U.S. 301 North' _Stark 964-740Q
children Funeral and services 8 great were grandchildren.held Sun Rill.$18. . . . NOW 5* {anybody trespassing after hours.. i -
Maa.-Set. Oiler Expirat Nov. 30
day, Nov. 17 at Zion Rest Primitive Open
Baptist in Jacksonville. Burial 9644645 staH. WILL BE SHOT! i I, h ..
followed at Mt. Zion Cemetery in cu NOW
Lake Butler under the direction of i
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
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Mary Magdalene Hicks

Lake Mary Butler Magdalene died Saturday Hicks,,Nov.59, 16 of, "FRESH QUALITY PRODUCE MEAT & SEAFOOD R THE LOWEST PRICES" .

at the North Florida Regional '
Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. .
Hicks is a Cross City native >
who has lived in Lake Butler for the N
past year.
She is the wife of a retired Baptist
minister,Rev.Leonard Hicks and is ;'
a member of Lulu Baptist Church. :l1( c '>'
Include her husband, WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS '" ,
Survivors .' ,1 ;. r
Everette E. QUANTITY RIGHTS (' .
Rev. Hicks; three sons- MARKET ti
Hicks and Bobby R. Hicks of Old RESERVED :;. '
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Town, and Leon Sato PrlcM Effective Iir.! }
Steinhatchee; one daughter- Thru Wed., Nov. 27,1985 .
Frances Knight of Lake Butler; two U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE.9'6460.71 ..
sisters- Myrtle Peacock of Cross Ci
ty and Hazel Jones of Old Town; 12
grandchildren.Services QUALITY MEATS
were held Tuesday, Nov.
19, at the New Prospect Baptist -

l:. '.WillMrcLWitaon Church in Cross ancMb City with oRev.the Bobby Rev. 'I"""..?. .. Ie' PREMIUM FR'YER. ./_ I 1 "-' '."-RESH AROUt D,CHUCX .-.l-,Iks. ... ;.
'-.?;:.,.,. Robson conducting the service. LEG QUARTERS :. . ... 35cib.K I -tarot'" hIPtr'n Ar

Burial followed in Summerville FRESH \ ., QUAITEI s.

Cemetary Gooding in Funeral Dixie County.Home of Cross GROUND BEEF 5lbs. or more. . . 89Cb;,, .q'_ PORK LOINS YOia.
City directed the services. CENTER CUT -
f. PORK CHOPS S18VBONELESS >

Card of ThanksWe i

would like to express our T-BONE STEAKS . . . . $28VS39V CHUCK ROAST =1"ib.
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deepest appreciation to each and
every one for your kind thoughts, DELMOMICO STEAKS . . . .
support,prayers, food and the many BONELESS CLUB STEAK.?2"m.EZ .
beautiful flowers and cards, duringthe FRESHNECKBONES CARVE
loss of wife and mother, Lillie ROUND STEAK . . . . . 1'VS2'Y or FEET s22
Lee Tyre. RIB ROAST Ib.
From her bus band, BEEF CUBE STEAK . . . . 4bs.for$1 SMALL
Marvin Tyre,Sr., BONELESS $ 4B '
and children. 1 ...
STEW BEEF . . . . . S1749cb.\. NECKeo ESiHDCKSSR '

Asa B. Sharp, Sr. PREMIUM GROUND ROUND. ..................................... S1'/I1J..
Mr. Asa B. Sharp, Sr., 60, of FRYER DRUMSTICKS/THIGHS> ,, 49'n,
Starke, died Sunday at Alachua
General Hospital in Gainesville.
Born in Peytona, Boone County, ALWAYS FRESH PRODUCE
W.Va.,he moved to Starke six years
ago. He was a retired merchant IOANOTOMATOES

seaman for Interlake Steamship, RUSION VINE RIPE BAKING POTATOES CAN slASl . 19C Ik.
and protestant. . . . 39 ib. FIR.
Survivors include his son, Asa B. *
Sharp, Jr., of Gainesville; two GREEN CRISP FLORIDALETTUCE JUICE ORANGES' aaa ... . . 89

daughters, Bobbie Jean Zontini of . . . . . 5 9 cHead FRESH FROM DUB FMM
Star e and Sandra K. Thomas of
Jacksonville; sister Grace Jones of SMALL FANCYCUCUMBERS i 00 COLLARD GREENS fAwckl. . . 69C*

Alta Vista, Va.; and seven grand- . . . . 8 SMALL FANCY RED '

I, children.Graveside services were held FRESH CUT SOUTH FLA s DELICIOUS APPLES .. ... .. d ht.1M
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Wednesday Donald Weaver, Nov.conducting 20, with the Brother ser CABBAGE . . . . . 15 Ib. '.,. EXTRA fAtCYGOLDEN
DELICIOUS APPLES . 39 .,
vices at Evergreen Cemetery. 78
WHITE POTATOES 10 lb. eaB . MEDIUMYEIHUONIJUIS

1/$100 j r. GAB .. ...........
SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT . .
Union one of 13 FRESH MEDIUM JUMBO GEORGIA

FLORIDA $ 19 BI$1 SWEET POTATOES; . 9l0...
bureaus 1
farm
NAVEL ORANGES . . . . ooz BELL PEPPERS .
honored in convention
During the 44th Annual Florida LET US SMOKE YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY OR HAM

Farm Bureau Federation conven PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! .
tion and trade show in Bal HarbourOct.
27-29, Union County Farm
Bureau was among 13 County Farm DELICIOUS SEAFOODCEDAR
Bureaus recognized for outstanding
achievements in program areas.
Union, Baker, Hardee, Jackson,
Marion, and Suwannee County KEY .. FRESH HEADLESS MED.PINK

Farm the Top Bureaus Country were Farm acknowledgedas Bureaus in OYSTERS . . . 12"bushel : ; SHRIMP . . . . . .$2 OQ e. .

the Bay state.County Farm Bureau was LARGE FRESH! --inii SNOW CRAB CLUSTERS *23V;
commended for reaching the highest
percentage and highest numerical FLOUNDER FILLETS . ,Ih. .
', membership totals, and Escambia BAHAMA> > __.

won the honor for having the most FRESH $1"ib. LOBSTER TAILS 2 '1. II.

new Dade members.County was the only county GROUPER FILETS B-tD o:.

awarded Farm Bureau for to win their five gold Women stars,, MED. GULF WHITE HEADLESS '3s 99 \ LOBSTER JAILS .. .. .. *. $44fl... :

Legislative, Public Relations SHRIMP . .. . . . . lb.
Newletter and Florida Agricultural
Marketing Association programs.
Four gold stars went to Lake F R O.ITY.. PI I ,
County Farm Bureau for Young NO COI

Farmer and Rancher, Women, DirrniB 2 lITER ........ ... alA* .
9QC. 7 up, .'a.
FAMA and Public Relations pro- 2Llter Coca Cola Products ........
grams.Three stars were awarded to PATCH DOLL REGISTER TO WIN A.FREE TUR>EY : \
Broward' for Women, Legislative REGISTER TO WIN A CABBAGE .. '3'*
and Farm-City Week, and Polk for Roasted & Salted Jumbo Pistachios II.. ..

Women, Legislative and Farm-City GOLDEN FLAKE .:. II.. Sll.' ... .:vt...Vwtnc FRESH GROUND PEANUT lunD .... Ilc' asereraer
POTATO SHIPS .... .
Winners in the two-star catergory COHH.CHIPS/or 7 art. in.
and -
are: Alachua, Legislative
Farm-City Week; Hillsborough,
Women and Legislative; Marion,

YFR.. and Women; and Week.Walton, ..
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( NOTICE Ads SPEXilALNOTfi, '',' ;',' 'J y3\\ ;r*+' '" TV.
Want
Starke Area "
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Thanksgiving Is next week! CLASSIFIED AD

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING thouid'be:; .ubmitted DEADLINE,will be MONDAY NOON next_ week only.

to' the, Brodfprd! County
Telegraph office In writing and paid In CARS A TRUCKS ,MOBILE HOMES LOSTFOUNDLOST .,
advance unless credit It already
FOR SALE
established with thl. office. IT 1 IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps for $44 MCECELI
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT H through,the U.S.Government? Get the RED MARE HORSEi mane clipped,

,HELD RESPONSIBLE: FOR MISTAKES IN facts today) Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. ,FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobil Homes In back hoof old and split. If found' call .
House In Starke.
Jail 8/8 tin
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS.TAKEN OVER 609.: 4tpd 10/17,31. 1114.28; good to exc. cand. $2700-4500 each 1"m
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 1982 Corvette, LOST WALKER HOUNDS 2 females ((1
THE TELEPHONE. Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park
Minimum charge(II 15) word.for$2.S.then :; loaded with extras. Beautiful car. Best 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg.IS BWT, I whit with brown spots). Last rWjtle.9ar'REALTY'

10<<; cents for.ach'word,her. ffer' 'offer.'964.8809.10/10 TFchg USED MOBILE HOMESi Make offer on seen 11/4 Theresa area (BradfordCo.
.) If found pleas call 473-3237 col
THUNDERMRDi 1981 Ford royal blue, all ana or all. Olin' Mobil Horn Sal..,
HELP WANTED whit.lnf.. AC cruise, tilt steering AT 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg lect. 11/21 2tpd 11/28
LOST MENS CLASS RING Stark
with overdrive.47,000 orlg. miles.One I97B 12x40 Guerdon Statler, 2BR bath area
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11/8 KHHS 1981. Cut ,
$6,500. Call 533-2403 after 6 garnet stone. Indian .
SALESPEOPLE owner. very good condition clean unfurnlsh-'
FULL TIME REAL ESTATE $ on side Initial. AFG Inside.Reward. .
Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and p.m.,10/31 TF ed. $5,500.961.7512. 10/3 TF
CARS. MIPS TRUCKS under $300 782.3966 after 4 p.m. Itchg PHONE
Owen, Inc. Realtor 221 W..lovfayerte now MUST SELli 1983 Fleetwood MH 14x70 11/21 964.7776 .
available at local 101... Call 1-518-3535 3BR. 2Ba CH/A, cathedral
St. 964-5069 7/4 tin for 24 HRS. ceilings and LOST DOGS 2 large shy white walker ((205 N. Temple Starke I
directory to
ham your purchase. garden tub. Excellent condition.
EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time .
dogs, one with red _r..,R.M. Hersey, o
1I/73tpd'I/21' 9644155. 10/31 11/21 -
4tchg
aitembly work. For Info call r
Jr.. 4734435. Itpd 11/21 .
504-441-8003. 9579 2tpd Jl/7.21, 19M S-Ul 4-wheel drive. 5000. DOUBLEWIDEi 24x65 on 3 acres 3BR, 'Today and always, may God bestow his love on you.

TVPISTSt.S500 weekly at horn*. 'Writ 9645041.11/14 2tchg 11/21 2Ba CH/A. 29500. Phone 9648399. SEI THE PONY DRILL The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation
P.O. Box 975, Elizabeth. NJ 07207. TF FORD PICKUP 1978 F-100 with topper 6 SALI OF THE MONTH, New 3BR 2 bath, Wayne Franien's world famous liberty of our
TWO SALESMEN WANTED Experienced", :cylinder. 300CRD. AT, good condition,' Doublewlde, matonlte, shingle den pony drill at the Franzen Bros. Circus progress.

Olin' Mobil. Home Sole*, Stark.. Ap $2850. Also roof carrier, $30. 164.4459. ,w/flreplace,_ was $30,995, now 11/23 at Bradford Co. Fairgrounds SPECIAL
ply In 1t/74tehg 11/28 Itchg 11/21 22995. CLAYTON HOMES 3965 11/14 2tpd 11/21
person !i8' OLD CLASSIC for sale. In good DAIRY QUEEN $89,900 ..
STRONG HEALTHY P PEOPLE reliable and condition Phillips Hwy. 7330821. Itchg 11/21 : Approximately 169' on 301.

hardworking, full ,time,"mu.t'hovedrive. runs good asking $200 or best ONE ONLY: 14x70 3 BR 2 Ba, II ft. tlp-o. REAL ESTATE Building being sold "as\I' ". Approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also,
offer. 473-3886 Itpd 11/21 '- ap-
.. llceni. Inquire Fronzen Bros. afteor.m.: boy window mutt see to appreciate, prox. 12,700 sq. ft. of
172 CLASSIC SW PW, pavement.
Circus. Bradford O Fairgrounds, Sat. 15995. CLAYTON HOMES. 3965 OUT OF STATE
Nov. 23 only. 11/14 2tpd 11/21 radio beat offer.473-3886 after 3 p.m. Phillips Hwy. 7330821. Itchg 11/21
TRAIL MOTEL/RESTAURANT In lawtey- Itpd 11/21 TIRED OF PAYING RENT 14 wide 2BR NEW LISTINGS

applications now being' taken rhous.k.ep.r 173 FORD Maverick runs great stat. 1'Ba, was $17,195 now $12,995. MOUNTAIN LANDS for finance owner. CORNER LOTi 3Vi ACRES Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235, 3BR. 1Ba MH
radio, $400 or best offer. Itpd 1121ISCotn' $100 down. Owner 2 acre
Payments under $200. CLAYTON
helper waitress, buffet and cook waiter, kitchen ft WAGON 1984, 4 door;AT, AC HOMES 3965 Phillips Hwy 7330821. tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake, 1'/. plus office bldg. 30x30. well, 2 septic tanks. 50000. Was a
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hours north of Atlanta. North successful car operation/residence combo. Owner
bartender.. Experience h.lpful but not, 2500 miler Call 4682466. 11/21 2tpd Itchg 11/21 Georgia. retired.
necessary. Apply In'person only. No 11/28 24x60 MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom, 2 1-404-276-2727 or 1-404-276-3668. icon SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB, 68000. With 20%

,phone calls. Itchg 1+/21 CHEVY NOVA! 1978,good condition, low baths, 4851800. 11/21 2tchg 11/28 214LOG down owner'will finance.
Call CABIN 150 old In North
mileage price 'negotiable. yr.
TRUCK DRIVERS Drive with pride.Apply 964-6558 after 5 p.m. or weekends. y- Carolina. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Completely WALK TO EVERYTHING: 431 Center St., 3BR 2Ba $24,300.
In POOLE TRUCK LINES 2241
Detroit person Blvd.at: Pensacola. Fla. Must live Itpd 11/21 SPECIAL NOTE renovated. Beautifully furnished 533 PRATT ST. 3BR IBa, $18,150.PREFERRED .

within 200 miles of Pensacola EOE.' HONDA ACCORD 1982 fully loaded, Because of Thanksgivingnext antiques etc. Sacrifice Below PROPERTIES
exc. condo 533.248.1.11/212tchg 11/28 100000. Pat Troutman ((305)) 647-4272
week the classified ad
icon 211 HANDSOME & PRIVATE 4BR brick
o. J-J>.m. Icon 216 : 2Ba. Country Club, lot
HAIRDRESSER WANTED!,Good'workinp'condition. deadline will be MONDAY'
required. Glen- 478x310, paved driveway, 2 car garage, fireplace, range
Experience NOON instead of the usual SEE TEN PERFORMING LIONS
MOTORCYCLES refrlg., DW, central hi-fi & blinds
'da's Shear Design 964-4151 ,Itchg vacuum system, drapes ,
and at the Franzen Bros. Circus
tigers on
11/21" Tuesday noon. Call early to plus hot tub. Assum. of
Sat 11/23 at Bradford Co. Fairgrounds Mortgage $50,000, 8.75% Interest.
NEED CASH FOR HOLIDAYS* 1.2 nights. ''ins ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler place your ads for next 11/14 2tpd 11/21 Owner will hold second mortgage.

month.per week 7'2.37'O.ltchg can earn 11/21$400per 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782-3333 week! 'BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres swimming pool. 15000.

EMERGENCY ROOM CLERK, Immediate 8/8 finHONDA h.. J 'WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2'/ year old
CM 4OOTi 1980 like new, 2800
'full-timeL position available.' Prev. cedar & stone home with handsome
miles, backrest crash bar. helmet, great room cathedral
medical experience preferred. Apply ERA TIFFIN & OWENS I INC.
$950. 964-6085 7823576. Itpd 11/21 ceilings
1900
.Lake' Butler Hospital Hand, Surgery or stunning fireplace, approx. sq. ft., mammoth

Center,"P.O. Box 748 Lake Butler, 9 1 master bedroom with king-sized adjoining bath plus two other

32054 496-2323 EOE. Itchg 11/21 bedrooms & bath, garage with magic door opener, all this on
YARD SALES 1
PRESCHOOL TEACHER and teachers: old. over an acre of beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boatrampand
to work with children"at Day Car
Center. Call 964.5232 or 964.6849 otter. YARD SALE on Tuesday/Wednesday of 964.5065 dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best

6 for appt. Itpd 11/21 : -.next week, Nov. 26.27, from [H r tea'M part for last. a true value at $65,0001

SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks' Bo.m.-op.m. Turn right at Textile Townon ENERGY EFFICIENT Brick 4BR (one BR 14x20)), '/ baths on
drive ,big trucks.\ D.O.T certification. 301. I block on the left. Itpd 11/21
Local and national |lob placement GARAGE SALE Saturday only. 9 til. / acre, LR, DR-kitchen combo den with fireplace. Well In-

assistance. Correspondence/Resident Many assorted Items. 319 N. Myrtle St. REALTOR w sulated. Carrier heat pump, average utility bill $60 mo.

training. Eligible Institution for federal Itpd 11/21 Located SR 16E. 45000.
GSL Call 18002519042. UNITED SALE Little bit of Sat
aid ; YARD everything. WHERE A GROWING
FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace
TRUCK MASTER. Resident training and Sun. 9.7 p.m. Forsyth Rd., 11th St. -
Tampa Fla. ken 215 Look for signs..Itpd 11/21 In the city on 1.9 ;acres. Almost hidden from view, 4BR

YARD SALE 415 N. Polk St. off Pratt St. OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I 2Ba, approx. 2000 sq. ft. Motivated Seller.

"JOIN THE WINNING n M"- W* need I Furniture, stove, baby Items, sewing BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
3' soles. associates who hay. above machine clothes, many other Items.
average expectations of earnings and 'Thurs., Frl. a Sat. 9 til. Itpd 11/21 Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads water, sewage

wish to receive above average opport.tunltles. o. SATURDAY 11/23 corner of NE 2nd Av. police protection nice neighborhood $7,0001

Watson Realty Is ...pandlntand and NE 15th St. near Stark Golf and BRICK DUPLEX & APT. BLDG. Now rented have positive

I. offering extensive training prw, Country Club. Itpd 11/21 RESIDENTIAL cash flow and good assumable mortgages. Owner will take
gram. and full time management. Expect '$ FAMILIES Friday 11/22 830330.
to"WIN WITH WATSON"...Call for 'Womens, men, childrens clothes, second mortgages for good client.

confidential Interview. 473-4(1 0-, .toys, books,, ,plants, lots of I, INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.

Weaver. miscellaneous Items, 3 miles West 100 t4 Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.
See Cancelled If
past rain.cemetery.Itchg 11/21 .signs. ,; KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also

LAND FOR SALE MOVING SALE Sat. 9 am.3 p.m. 318 N.. f4 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled, plus second -.

Walnut. Handcrafts !household Items,. I ,home_for jornIjy.1 u.!stj or renta.L- seyeFfll )fhftr j bildin"alJ", '
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ONE ACRE LOt toting'forfyrhe RoooVho"; ,. ',Christmas Itpd 11/21 ,.decorations t :.n -. r,, .much tjtM,'.more., ; a b d"oJJklraa 1 Welt maintalnaOwnerTinancTng.' ( fC .koX4-ko? sit ".ttOJ! \\! or,"I

down payment$73 per mo. Call SAT. NOV.23) 10.3. p.m. Com out 16 FOR YOU TH SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp "

9645606. 10/4 tfn toward prison, left at CR 225 to NW Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing.

LOTS I ACREAGE 20 percent down 65th Ave. Household good., arts, 'A JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home in city with little
balance in five years financing by crafts, clothes, reg. size pool table,
owners;'9646853. 12/13 tin. dining room table. Call 9646528. Itchg ; yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR, 28a,._
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 11/21 spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room utility room,

3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call TWO FAMILIES Sat. Nov. 23. Honda skylights 2 util.! bldgs, privacy fence. 55000.
9645606. 1/03 tin ATC sewing machine, gas heater, ? WANT
YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala block home
ONE ACRE. LOTS ON MENG DAIRY dishwasher furniture, other Item. approx.
ROAD $3,000, no down payment $70 Prison Property Residence 31 Circle Dr. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on 50 acres Crawford Rd., 4 chicken

p.r mo..Call 9645606. 1/03 tin 4311944. Itchg 11/21 barns--a going business. Owner fin. Buy all or part!
LOT IN CITY) 6000. Call 964.5764; after GARAGE SALE 823 W. Cypress St. I IMAGINE HAVING OVER 2500 SQ. FT ham to live In, double garage, NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
5, call 964.5251.3/07 tin Starke. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Itchg large screen porch beautiful stone fireplace, landscaping, on 3'/
Owner
financing.
fenced.
11/21 acres,
PERSONAL SERVICESNEED YARD SALE 368 N..Cherry St. Friday and .29 GOOD ACRES 1 mi. W. of Lawtey on CR 225. 15% down

A TUTOR All subjects K-B. Cer- Saturday. Itchg 11/21 owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10%.
FRI I SAT.l 11/23-24. wheel bike, used
titled Teacher 533.2901 ofapnvmi. waterfront GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for 23562.50
and pad Inflatable 2-man boat *VACATION QUIET retreat to one of our lovely properties
CHAIN' UNK ;FENCE .. pew carpet homebase CB elec. fence and Move In. or build to suit yourtcll. Small Investment. gets owner finance GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for 1707875.

estimates Owner Tommy, Reddish- InBJfr. other odds and ends. Corner Cherry at ing. This Is the season to buy. * *

WANT TO Adkins. Itchg 11/21 EVENINGSBILL
YARD SALE Strickland. Landing,
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THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 9644319'IRVING
WANT TO STOP? Klngsley lake. Sat. 11/23 8 a.m. til. *WALK TO EVERYTHING from this 3BR, 1 Bath remodeled home with large f
Miscellaneousltems. Itpd 11/23 CLARK,JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
THAT'SOURSAlcohollCi sitting porch.
Anonymousf64.41SO964.6U4.984.8219 *SEE THIS Immaculate MH with built-on. skirted and workshop. WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454

*STARTER HOME Neat 2BR frame only $23,000. CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 RANDY. CORY 475.2597 .

,pd thru 11/IS HOMES *SILVER LAKE house, 100 It. on water ,
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doprs, windows, FOR SALE *COUNTRY CLUBS None more elegant, good assumable mortgage _. h
etc. 'JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY *EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING: on this 3BR CB ham with 1 acre.
964.6078. Orders 01.0 taken In Lake *BEST VALUE motivated seller for over 1600 sq. ft. home. CH/A, fireplace, BEAUTIFUL ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED
Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone. Heights 3 BR 1'/ BA HOMEi Saratoga Hts., cor convenient to everything on US 301 South. REDUCED $13,000 to SELL. CALL HOMES 213 E. CALL ST
473.4973.2/26 tin n.r lot. Enclosed garage CH8A. Phone NOW! OF NORTH FLORIDA
BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer %4.8652.3/21 tin STARKE; FL.
*MACCLENNY SPECIAL Only $68.000. Call today for your private showingof 964 -
work) Have 2 bulldozers & looking for WOODEN HOUSEi20x20. tin roof blocked this gracious home I 6766.
work. 964-5606, 7823333. Ask for ready to move$500. 431.1050 tfn FIREPLACESCUT.BRICK
up .,
*JUST $36,000 and ERA will put your family into this neat home near
Mark! 8/8 tIn BY OWNER! 3BR. IBa home CH and AC
PAINTING C REMODELING quality work ree room. Nice lot lust out of town. Kingiley Lake! "i' Ii Rooting, 1 1ENUTTERS
affordable free *3/1 IN TOWN only $17,000. Owner will help with financing.
qt an price. Forte 9645997. Itpd 11/21 .
estimate. 9648809. 10/10 TFchg THRlllIEDIIOOM. 28a home, CH/A'PP. *4/3'* Country Club only $75,000. Formal' living room, dining room and

SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines ceiling fans, Ig. screen porch on 6 den fireplace and many other extras. -. SCff'
refold. Serving Bradford County for 10' acres, with pecan frees In city on *RENTAL INCOME Could pay for this fixer-upper with a little Investmentand -- SYS't'gNIS!

yean. Bradford Septic Tank Service. Geiger Rd. near Southslde Elementary. some elbow grease.

9648121. 10/17,TFchg" $69.500.964-5876.1/21:.. 2tchg 11/28 SETTLE DOWN: on this 5 acre site with everything: ,1440 sq. It. MH
BUY. SELL, REPAIR)' appliances and workshop, landscaping fish pond, fruit trees. What more could you want?
water pumps and AC and elec. motors. WANTED *RENT THE EXTRA LOT and live In or rent the mobile home. Secluded, but & oOORScaii \O%IS t
212 E. Call St. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 just minutes away I t STONE; ; UlATtO

MH REPAIR SERVICE. reliable Painting ., *PEACEFUL PRIVACY on your own 1,69 here. homeslte, fenced with 2 BR, 1 STUCCO COQCJI 00' wfi NOOWSN.4
WANTED TO BUY 'good baled hoy.Franzen '
cool sealing, leveling, spray wa.hlng.and bath block home. Priced
Bros. Circus; -Bradford Co. concrete right! }, OPEN OR CLOSED SCREEN ROOMS
skirting{Free estimates. 964-8899., I *"'/0'ACRES. just north of town 3 bedroom 1 both, 6 acres, cleared and '
Fairgrounds. Sat. 11/23 only. 11/14 CUSTOM WINDOWS PATIOS
10/31 4tchg 1121BABYSITTING'in ,
fenced all for
$37,900.
1121WATCH FOR HOMES ,
my home In Sqratoga 2tpd -

Hts. Transportation to'and from both BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE & MOBILE HOMES FREE ESTIMATES
-- -" -
Elem.! Schools. 964-4789. 11/14 2tchg
11/21 OKHA the ...". .n.pull 'up the *TWO NICE BUILDING LOTS $5,000.ach/
,
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LET US HELP 0 WITH YOUR HOLIDAY BAKING t Franzen Bros. Circus big top on Satj BROCKETS ROLLING HILLS 4 acres ready to build on and zoned for

) PASTRY SHOP. 740 W. Madison 11/23 at Bradford. .Co, Fairgrounds.. mobile homes EXCELLENT VALUE at $11,900.' 's 9 .'.lO w{

St., Starke. 9645890.. Itchg 11/21 111142tpd 11/21 *575' ROAD FRONTAGE: In city zoned R-2A: owner financing available. -- r
*COUNTRY QUIET Homesltes in the country available, 1.9 acres, ..om.own.r '
C A C MINI-STORAGE
financing.
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.HELP. WANTED. .BEAUTIFUL LOTS In great netghborhood'owner financing makes it work I
-- WATERFRONT on Crosby Canal, nice wooded lot. 'No Down
,Earn Extra Cash INCOME PRODUCING RENTAL PROPERTY good location. Payment Handi-Houses;
> Up to 48 Month Financing
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The Gainesville Sun has an Mrly morning motor route' *VALUABLE INVESTMENT: new COMMERCIAL retail/professional units, $39,800. They're rtab eJ
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avallabl In Stark*, Lawtey. Ralford ar.... .
Must hav reliable transportation and b." akl. to'post cash Hwy:301 South. ''
Office'64..(..<
P.O. Box 549Starke
bond deposit. SECURE YOUR FUTURE: Invest In one of our Ml commercial properties."
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Manager. Evenings

rl t ...,-. Jim7* Custom Cabinets. REALTOR ASSOCIATES
,,'*All Cabin" *|(.& _lnl Irene L. Faulkner 94-8142 Plumbing! Supplies,
Susanne Kitchens '*...7630 Bob Matthews 9 472t1lau
*AllTyp.sCabinNWork *.." ,
"" .Unl. 964-7525 Hardenbrook 473-7144
Young Lee
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: "" LEI HARDENBROOK..APPRAISALS '
Now !; Pump & 'Supply Co. ---
or Romodollngftlft :*ColtliTg Design Work *

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.r>' .. .. ,.- .. Free Estimates{ Rentali Avallabl ASSOC North .
Call 964-6238 C .., Carol Warner. REALTOR :4P:! I 964-7061 I 'We Drill Wells
.A \.,, Tim Thompson_ Property Management Division '. Av.. r
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MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK _
CAMPER,197/: fifth wheel.American SEVERAL ITEMSi 8x12 1985 utility shed Mobile Home and space for rent .

Traveler with 20 ft owning, fully ..1.. w/lnslde and outside light and elec. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone RENT REAL ESTATE SPECIAL NOTE: ,.

contained, prlc. neg. 5332411. Call outlet, $900 3'/ ton c.ntrol air unit, 964.7498.9/16 tfn Thanksgiving Is next
after 6p.m. 5/16 tfn exc. cond.. $450 1973 Ford Courier EFFICIENCIES, studio and one BR apartment BUY NOW I -One or all of 5 b.autllullot.
ROLLS Of HAYS Fresh cut .clo. Arthur need motor, body great shape n.w *. Electricity Included. Low weekly MOBILE HOMES for rent. On. or two on Swan Lake Rood. Heart of the lake week the CLASSIFIED AD

Caiklni. 782-3737 after 5 p.m. 5/16tIn mag wheel and tires AC, see to appreciate monthly rate Palm Apartment, bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. country. Ask for the newly reduced DEADLINE will be MONDAY -
BRADFORD UMEROCK $500. Call ,....8276 oft.r 430! 3314 N. Temple Ave. tfn $150 month. Coll 4737560. 10/10 price. CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PRO. NOON, instead of Tues-
SALES p.m. Itpd 11/21 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 S tfnchg PERTIES INC. P. O. Box 1338. Keystone
LlmerockB.Fill Dirt HIGHLAND PRODUCE tweet potatoes BA opt. For more Information call Lake 2 BR HOUSI- on lake Geneva. Central Heights, FL 32656. 4734903. Itchg day noon

20,d..mi-load only $8 bushel; homemade can.i syrup; Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity H/A, furnished. 473-2455. Stchgl 1/7-21 11/21
Phone 72-3172 5/23 Hqha yre.ns for your freeier. Highland Pro- Housing. 6/7 tfnchg RETAIL OR OFFICE Space for rent 275. WHY PAY RENT This 3 bedroom home LAND FOR SALE
STORE BOUCHTi Furniture for .al. dtDoublewlde duc., US 301 .N. of lawtey. 11/2l21pd} ONI BIDROOM APARTMENTS ot 314 N. SqFt.200 monthly,; Carpet AC/Heat, has charm location convenience anda .
Horn C.nt.r located 11/28 Temple Ave. In .downtown Starke. Hwy. 100 frontage To Inquire, call 7X assumable mortgage. A great
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this li not SEVERAL ITEMS king siz. bed v.lv.t $5O-$15/wk Including utilities. No 4737683. 11/2ltfn opportunity for you. CENTURY 21 LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500.
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg headboard sheets and spread; 2 pc. deposits required 964-5139 or' MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 BA, very nice, SHOWCASE PROPERTIES, INC. Owner will finance $164. per month.
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for 10 lid ch.rry room divider. Phone 9646566.103 TF close to town. $235 month. Call P. O. Box 1338, Keystone Heights, 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6
ale ot Olin. Home Center located on 9648782. Itpd 1121STEREOxAMFM 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No 473.2730.3tchg 11/7-21 FL 32656. 4734903. ltchg 11/21 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready

Highway 100 Wett. Thli I I. not trailer 8 track record player pets, $190 a month plus deposit Call ONI ACRE In Big Tree Lakes. $100 to move. on. Power well, septic andfence.
furniture. 6/131fnchg 2 _pd., works good. $60. Phon. 468.1323.10/3 TF Lost down assume payments of $79 per for$6,499. 392.0985 or 473.3024.Ask .
WHOLESALI TRAMPOLINES! giant round 964-4034 ask for Glendo. 8:30: to 5 p.m. 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. $85 month. 1.641.7310 after 4 p.m. 4tchg Linda tfnchg 6/13
14 ft., galvanized. $289.95. Chrlttmoi Itchg 1121UPHOLSTERED weekly Including utilities Call REWARDI Black male Labrador, mixed. 11/21.12/12 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights well
layaways, $25 down. 1.752.1999 Lake Couch and chair, wood 468.1323.10/3 TF Lost Nov. 7 SR-100 and Immokalee Rd. septic, fence and power pole.

City. 10/24 lOtpd 12/23 with seat and backrest cushions, LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete Answers to Minor. 4737162. Itpd CARS, TRUCKS 4733024. 11/7, HnchgMOBILE

TOPPERi paneled Inside. LWB. $125. recently reflnlshed and r.cov.r.d patio, water furnished:close to prison. It/21
496.3037. 11/7 4tpd 11/28 cushions. Call Hendry's Upholstery, $95/mo. ,....7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF & BOATS HOMES

SEVERAL ITEMSi regulation .lie pool 496-2083 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 11/212tpd NEAR GRAHAM BR trailer, completely HELP WANTED
tab//. $350 chain link 210 ft 11/28 furnished heat and AC plus utilities.
; fencing, ; 1913 BUICK REGAL V6, power steering, MOBILE for ,
HOMES rant. One two
30.2 cu. ft. frottfree Sears upright TRACTOR EQUIPMENT 1971 John Deere $60 per week. 485-1371. 2tpd 11/21 CHURCH SECRETARY 25.30 hous per power brakes, air, AM/FM radio. Car bedrooms, furnished unfurnished or
freezer $250 Duncan 820 dlesel tractor with front-.nd load.r THREE BR HOUSE In Waldo Stove, or
; Fyfe dining room week Apply In person 8:30 a.m. 1:30: In excellent condition. 7600. $150 month. Call 473-7560. 10/10 tfn
suite compl.t. $1500. Phone 9645610. and 1984 506 John Deere mow.r. Alsoa refrigerator,fenced yard.$200 per mo. p.m, Monday-Friday at Eliom Baptist 4732214. Itchg 11/21.
Itpd 11121HUHTERS trailer. Great condition. 5000. Call let lost, and $100 security deposit. Church corner of Hampton and Park 1976 THREE QUARTER TON VAN chg
SPECIAL $SO Radio Shock 40 9646359. Itpd 11/21 468.1509.11/14 2tpd 11/21 Streets, Melrose Itpd 11/21 Econollne. 473-3821, Itchg 11/21 MOBILE HOME for sale by owner Large
channel bate Motion $15 Radio Shack ALICIA HAY square bales, $1.50 If you TRAILER with trees. Newly remodeled Vi acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR 2 bath

6 channel CB, $35 Midland 23 channel pick up In field. We will deliver. Phone furnished carpet, 2BR with AC. One PERSONAL SERVICES mobile home CHI.... central water
CB. $35 GE 40 channel CB. Phone 9645088. Itpd 11/21 child maximum. $235 month $150 FOR SALE furnished, new carpet front and rear
9646201. 11/21 2tchg 11/28 IRISH SETTER PUPS 6 wks old parents on deposit located near Hampton Schooloff decks, owner financing. 4681323.
JUNGLE FERTILIZER-FREE. Sup.r potent. premises. $50 each. No checks. Meng Dairy Rd. 9646714. TF CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series 10/10 TF

Bring your own hovel and container. 782.3089.11/21 2tchg 11/28 FURNISHED APARTMENT small suitablefor kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. organ with double keyboard, base
Franz.n Broi. Circus, Bradford Co. 3 USED BICYCLES 9645485. Itchg 11/21 one working person. Port of Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after pedals and rhythm section $795. Call Shop & Compare 1
Fairground Sat 11/23 only. 11/14 TWO ITEMS Buckskin stud hors. 16 utilities furnished. No children, no 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 .
2tpd 1121PUREBRED mos. old 13 hands high need very little pets, please. Phone 9645970. 11/7 TF CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In weekends for appointment to see. tfn Special Insurance for
BEACLESi $SO each. 964-6822. training. 1954 / ton CHEVY 2 BEDROOM HOUSE with family room stallations. Free estimates. Ten year WURLITZER spinet piano excellent con Mobile Home Parks i
11/14 2tchg 11/21 PICKUP run, need little work. Call and fireplace. Rd. 227. 9645559. Itchg experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for dltlon. 1000. Cherry mahogany. All types of homeowners I
W..SHER.DRYE.I Kenmore Call after 6 473-3057 oft.r 6 p.m. Itpd 11/21 11/21 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29 policies for '
p.m. 9648149. Itpd 11/21 STEEL BUILDINGS buy direct from face KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE most attractive FURNITURI AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. 1911 SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen. mobile home. I'

FREE TO GOOD HOME While Mal. tory. 30x48x10--$4,167; 3BR. 1 ba kitchen LR. carport $400 Hand rubbed all finishes. Call Jac air low mileage. 13500. Call I Call for Quote *
pit 50x77x14.$8978. Call collect monthly. 533.2196 or 5332801. Itchg 473.2521.8/1 473-3343 or 9647055. 10/3 tfnchg
bull. Need fenced yard. 6 mos, a tfnchg I
964.7804 ".6 p.m. 11/21 4tchg 12/12 9043896939. 11/21 3tpd 12/5 11/21 MAKE NEW CUSHIONS dining chairs SMALL BLUEBERRY FARM 1,000 bushes Olin's Mobile II
CHANNEL CATFISH flngerllng and SEVERAL ITEMSt sofa, chair full bed FOR SALE OR RENT 2 BR house In city, bar stools, camper beds. Addison Produces 8,000 Ibs. a year $20,000. I
table/ chair heater, furnished kitchen. $300 mo. 9644236. Call 659.2233 for details, 4tpd :
waterwheeler pedal boat for ale.. baby lams Upholstery 473.2452.4tchg 11/7.11/28 Home Sales ;
daybed stove, refrigerator, TF PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt 11/14-12/5 ,
788-3111 949-1797. Tarn-
((813)) or ((813)) I
pa Atlantis Aquatic, Inc., 3744 Morris truck lots more. 9645356. Itpd 11/21 HOUSE FOR RENTi carpet quiet area mildew peeling paint from homes, SLIDING GLASS DOORS. FOUR SETS OF Elaine M. Olin Agent I '
washer dryer 2BR 1 Ba. 9647357. NO PETS. Also, efficiency TINTED GLASS SLIDING DOORS. Stan. ,
Bridge Road, Zephyrhlll. Fla. 34248. FOR APPLIANCE REPAIR driveways, mobile homes Call Rick
,
lean 212 refrigerator, freezers, water pumps, rooms. Temple Motel. 11/31TF 473.2452.4tchg 1171128CARPET dord six aluminum frames and 964.5606

50% OFF Flashing arrow .lgn. $26911 electrical supplies and Installation and THREE ROOMS and bath furnished apt. AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING screens. $50 each. 173.2769ltpd11/21
Installation RIVERS first floor. $150/mo. $75 security Truck KEYSTONE HEIGHTSExcellent location ,
lighted non-arrow $249. Unlighted antenna see on mounted deep 'steam extraction
$199. Fr. I.tt.rs. See Locally. HARDWARE AND FURNITURE 40 W. deposit. No pets. 9648071. Itchg 11/21 SPECIAL Half off onScotchguard. close to schools. Extra clean 2/1
1-800-423-0163 800-626-7446. Giant Main St., Lake Butl.r Fla. New tore TWO IEDROOM 1 bath trailer on Vi acre C& B CARPET CLEANING mobile home on nicely landscaped lot. FLORI LAND

Blimp LED moving menage tale. Big hour Mon.-Frl 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Sat. 8 wooded lot. 7 ml. S on US 301. Keystone Heights Ask for Kerry at 473-4903 or 473.3321.

prof It*I Don't lose out) fcan 213 a.m. to noon. Itchg 11/21 1-468-1777 eves or 964-5888 days. Itchg 473-7770 CENTURY 21 Realtor. Keystone REALTY
11/21
IS VARIETIES OF PIES for your holiday 11/21 Floors stripped and waxed Heights. Itchg
SEVERAL ITEMS Clarinet trombone, accordion 964.7700
until Christmas. 2 BR DUPLEX) furnished. Call 964-8566 4tpd 10/31.11/21 FREEZER upright. $175; Trailer frame
Op.n Monday ... .
8 hp Tiller. 964)8032.) Itchg 18 ft. tandem axle Ml N.' .pl.Av.
$650. 473-3412.
11/21 PASTRY SHOP 750 W. Madison, after 5 p.m. 11/21 2tpd 11/28 PRESSURE WASHING houses, mobile V.rnl. P. Odom SrokwOM.
XMAS TREES Choose and cut live tree Stark., 964-5890. Itchg 11/21 MOBILE HOME 2BR. stove, frig AC homes. Painting Interior and exterior. Itpd 11/21 Joy Thorntonlots A..ocle'.

from 2000 hoped pine and cedar. secluded private drive, garage space, Paper hanging minor repairs quality ---- --- -- ---
BOATS In the pines. No children $175/mo.l.t. work. Phone 4732341. .4tpd HOUSES FOR SALE
I lOW to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. months. 3Vi miles N. of Starke on ..'/, ac to 1'/. ac$500..
last 10/31-11/21
Mary., 12 mi. N. on Hwy 125 watch
go land 301 South for lease.
for 2597703. 11/21 Stpd 12/19 3019646918. Itchg 11/21 WORK WANTED female, 33 yrs old BRICK HOME one-half acre 3 BR, 2 BA, on
sign TRI-HULL BOAT 1978 Johnson 50 hp month Commercial Building. Call for
AVAILABLE $150 for
RENTALS par looking part-time or full-time work. living room dining room family room,
Mercury motor 2 gas tanks. AM/FM and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- Clerical/Office work. Please call fireplace, screened porch garage details.
Classified Ads radio variable speed foot-powered Owner at 964-5065 or 964.4048 TF 473.2511 after 5 p.m. Itpd 11/21 greenhouse. Geneva lake Estates. 2.39 Acres In city 3 BR. 2 BA, brick

Get Results trolling motor pedestal seats, roll-on CLEAN MOBILE HOMES) for rent. On FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE We Will Be $73.000. 475-2677. 3tpd 11/7-11,1 home, most desired area. Ready to
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or drive-on galvanized trailer. Excellent Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Open On Monday. 'til Christmas sell. Call for more details.

NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum condition. $2,500. 964-8313 964-7530 or ..68.1323.10/10 Tfchg PASTRY SHOP OF STARKE 750 W.Madison less than 2 Years Old:Brick home In

Measures 24x36". 25 cent each. Great after 5 p.m. 2tcg 11/21 FOUR BEDROOM country home, 28a St., 964-5890. Itchg 1121MISCELLANEOUS country with 6 or more acres
for and STUMPKNOCKER II) 25 hp Johnson w/bar. 3 miles out of Starke. .181 Acres good hunting woods,
patching repair TELEGRAPH Motor, Mercury Thruster trolling motor Phone 964-4080 after 6
135 W. Call St. 9646305. $325/month. r some owner financing.
trailer. $1600. Center Inc.
COpy MACHINESi Canon-for r.nt or and galvanized Turtle p.m. Itchg 11/21 I Bargain .20 Minutes from Gainesville: High B
9647047. 11/14 2tchg 11/21 :3 BR mobile home, adults only no
ole.. 2 or dry land highway frontage, excellent
Canon home
copier $799; Canon BOAT ft TRAILER) $250. In good condi Inside 964.8614 019647619.il14TF PAC RAT- Buy. Sell and trade. Used furniture
home or office copier $999; Canon office tion. Call 964.4610 after 4 p.m. Itchg pets. appliances, household item, I Electrical ft Plumbing owner financing good for

copier, $1399. Rent to own for as 11/21 for rent with ., collectable, glassware, old )fewerly subdividing.
BR MOBILI HOME option
Mobile
little as $43 per month. OFFICE SHOP TWO to-buy. 12x65. furnished. qv M i ,_,., etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26.?_ _, .| Home 6Cabinets2Commercial SuppliesC ,

c "_ -"Mr 110 i ;.Call!.St.xSlork.! : -,9"-74- / 1 1ELICT.ONIC t BUSINESS waterbed. $235/mo. Call Andy 9-5,IT IET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR HOLIDAY I Paneling leemakers
BAKING PASTRY SHOP OF STARKE. ,
ORGANS $49.99 per month.No OPPORTUNITIESOWN 964.7500.11/1" 2tpd 11/21 furnished$175mo. 750 W. Madison St., 9645890. Itchg Makes 350 Ibs a Day
SMALL HOUSES 1 BR, I TREE TRIMMING
down payment. Coll "" .6946. tfn 11/21 Capacity
9&4-8404 after 5 p.m. Itpd ,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* low as Licensed
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn YOUR OWN JEAN.SPORTSWE..RIladl. 11/21 YARD SALE ,j QUALITY FOR LESS
COLOR TVi $99 and N.xt to Starke .. apparel, chlldrens, large size, LARGE HOUSE BR unfurnished. 315 N. ,
up. combination store, petite., maternity Walnut. $350mo. 964-8404 after 5 p.m. FIREWOOD For Sale
Truck Stop louth of Stork. 964-8313. GARAGE SALE Sat Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. I I
accessories. Jordach., Chic Lee. L.vl.) Itpd 11/21 964-6679 l'S111: South ,
Estimates
11/24 tfnCYPRESS Coll for Free
till. State Bank parking lot.
Keystone
SAWDUSTi 2 delivered EZ Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin THREE BEDROOM 1 bath block home.
and spread $20.468.2624.9/1212tchg yards Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz $330/mo. Edwards Rd. ((100A). Itpd 11/21 :.. _ 96.c.7758
11/28 Clolborne, Members Only Gasoline, 964-5606.il/21TF YARD SALE Buyers welcome. Sot 11/23

ALL YOU NEED In appliances, used HealthTex, over 1000 oth.rs. $13,300to TWO BR TRAILER, mile North of Stark. 8 a.m. The Carr Home, Grove St.. E1 11/14 '3tchg

washer dryers refrlg. and $24,900 Inventory training fixture, Hammond Rd. $200 mo. 289.9770. o r Keystone. Itchg 11/21
range grand opening etc. Can open 15 day. 289-9419.il/21 2tpd 11/28 Janet M.
Appliance Repair and ales., 212 E. Call
4042524489. Itpd 11/21
Mr.
St.. Starke. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 Bing
MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 unit inKeystone
HORSESi 1982 Appaloosa filly halter StarlingRealtor
house also. $25,000 down
VACUUMSALE
trained $600. 1980 Quarterhqrse SPECIAL NOTEThanksgiving
Great tax advantages.
net 20000.
gelding, championship bloodlines,
373.4792. 10/24 Btpd 12/12 is next
gentle, $600. 964-6085, 7823576. Itpd
11/21 CARCO 27 yr. old company build high week CLASSIFIED AD .11 ACRESWell, septic tank

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY for sole or Income, sideline business, no Invest DEADLINE will be MONDAY End of Season Special pond/open air born. $33.500 NEW ft USEDWe
after 6 3tchg
'.os.. 30x40 building i.nc.dyard! 801 ment.11/21.12/6 964-4924 p.m. NOON next week only. $4995 .5 ACRES) $12,500; 10 ACRES .

N. Thompson St., 4734728. Itpd 11/21 OWN beautiful children' $25,000. Excellent Terms Finance Our Own
YOUR
f HIMALAYAN KITTEN 4 mo. old. with OPEN Infant to Pre-Teen. Nationally Inground swimming pool., complete .4.17ACRESI Well, septic tank 17x35 KIRBYS
papers. Flame paint. Asking $225 will .hop. sr -------4/ Installation with filters motor Tollman pool fenced/cross fenced ROYALS
Health
known brand.: Tex, Donmoor
'\ Itpd 11/21 and free chemicals. EUREKAS
negotiate. Izod HerMaesty I'IN THERESSA 25000.
Lee, Levi Chic Buster Brown
SEVERAL ITEMSi Exercise bike, rowing Nannette, Feltman and many .30 Acre Horse Farm with large two 100% Financing No Down Payment .4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. $12 500. HOOVERS
machine, Omnlchord System II. ,couch more.( Furniture accessories and toy I story born. Pasture sprigged with Improved I II Florida State Certified CompanyPh. .5 Ac. Paved frntg. 12500. EI.ECTROLUX
j and 2 chair, swing let. Call 964-7569 Gerber and Non-A-Way. $14,900 to Alicia hay ,2/1 brick home Collects .12 ACRE Old farm house Beautiful FILTER QUEENS
by 399.5685 Anytime
after 4 for more Info. Itpd 11/21
p.m. $24,900 Include beginning Inventory, I with many extras. Oaks $32,500. SEARS
.
REFRIGERATOR 15 cu.t. frostfree. with 3/1 CB home, trn :zns BUILDING In COMMERCIALWe
training, fixture, grand opening promotions -10 Acres new 10..0= .OLD Lawtey 8500.
$150. Call 964-7625. Itpd 11/21 and round trip air fare for one. I CH/A, several large pecan trees. 6 I LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. repair all makes
FIREWOOD crap oak and pin., no Call today. We can have your (toreopened acres sprigged In Improved Alicia .50 Ac.lS50.000.
nail.. 18 In. 12 In. $15 load. Oak4x4x27" AI
per Fashion I Young'sSince
In 15 day. Prestige hay. 75000. 3BR 2BA: Beaut. Landscaped Lot.
V4 cord $35. Bradford ARC I420--3 BR 2 Ba brick 5* acres, fence
11/21
5013298327. Itpd $39,500. Hwy 16 West.
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9647699. 11/21 TFCYPRESS I ST. RD. 16 I I ed. 2BR 2BA in the Country. $29.900 1957

.,. -\ 3/2 CB home on large lot. Needs a 1418-3 BR 1 Ba mobile w/addltlon 964.6918
I little TLC. Possible owner terms to like new' V4 ac. lot furnished must ((90") 112.3931

CHIPS ,qualified buyer. Convenient to town see. I P.O. Drawer M 3 Miles north of
For SaleAt I and shopping. 40000. I II 1414-3 BR 1 Ba workshop also 2 BR 301 S. Lawt." Starke on US 301
BOSIER CUSTOM 1 Be'mobile on 9 ac., paved frontage.

CONSTRUCTION&MILLWORK I Call Mary Redding I II I399--3 8R 1'/ Ba, block. In town,
Sawmill. fenced walk CH air'i
Container ,Only R.T. lovorn Realty J everywhere ,
I $7 p.r yard Money Ord.r,or'' I .".3254 or 473-328 tin. 1L unit.

Cashiers Ch.ck Only. Is now doing _serer ___ .,. I405--3 BR 1 Vi Ba nice area In town ., tAVERN H. OUTLAW
blownInc.llulos.ln.ulatlon corner lot many extras, low down.own.r -

Call 964-4384 ,.' I400--9.33 fin. East of Graham paved Broker
ac.
Call for f r.. .stlmat Steve Broadway front wooded. Low down and owner : R.*. 96.4.5.478Associates
It/31 .d
964-6883 "/*: financed.

TREE SERVICE 413-3 BR, 1 ba home like new all DAVID L. DODGE, MSA
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i I b NowBROADWAY new appliances, |lust Inside city 1 W. Do A' ""I"!' >"" Rs. 964-5370

& WALTERS limit. Please check this I III ,964-4522. KAY C. WATERS

I Room- all newOfFICE SPACE STARKE; FL."- Rs. 9646941LINDA
Real Estate *
Roberts Removal FOR RENT across from Courthouse. Your Full Service
M, WOODS
South 301 Plaza ..
Stark FL *
986 N. T.mpU Av.. Trimming
Sfroul R.s. 533-2040
Buy and Sell he Way Real' Estate Office! a< .
964-6262 Stump Removal All ACROSS AMERICA f .. ;.


Firewood 31 N. empiP cc1 *OWNER NEEDS LARGER HOMEi 3BR 2 BA.on 2 acres, CH/A range, ref,? DW
Farm NW of Starke, 2BR r .. PI 09IfTRQUT .
PRICE REDUCED 40 acre pecan groves Free Estimate S. v 1 fireplace, large utility room and more.On paved road 49900.

frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras.. I > 1 *CROSBY L..KIINlETI Canal to Crosby Lake, large OW mobile home 3/2 owner
JUST REDUCED BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central 473-7097. 473-7679 REALTY. .' .financed $34,500.

heat and air, carport. $49,500. After 5 P.M. .. ( mCOOKMATSO *OWNER WANTS TO SELL Price reduced $1,000 to 52900..Southgate area. 3/2.

Prime business location on US 301 with 589 111pxM great room many amenities. Make offer
COMMERCIAL Keystone Heights
2BR 2Bo front porch,
GREAT VALUE 5 acres cleared with DW MH garage
the and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building., I 4"1096
plus feet on highway '" I owner financed. Priced for quick sale, .
Call for details. :' *LOVELY HOME on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced. Only 59900.

640 ACXES Excellent development property In a rapidly : *10 ACRES South ol Hampton |lust off 32S $26,900.
Priced to sell at .less that ', BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEYi Remodeled Inside and out. 48500.
,, of Clay county
growing area MULCH .REDUCED TO $ 2,000i 3BR 2Bo home In city. Fenced In bock yard corner lot.
$1200.00 per acrell.WATERfRONT. I. .. CYPRESS *REDUCED TO $27,500) recently remodeled home on 5.100. .
150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin HIGHWAY FRONTAGEi 301 North 58 ocr... Heavy In pine timber. 100000. '

.ake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake; H & PINE BARK COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 30) ti

screened porch.'Thls' one will go fast at $57,500.; ': *3 ACRE MINI-FARMi Land In pasture 3 BR 2 BA super kitchen $64.900.
g. beautiful oak trees Keystone area, 4500.
lot with
lot with four outwildings HIGH < DRY Building
MOBILE HOME ,,. On a 1 plus-minus acre Loads of You pick-up or We deliver *LIVE IN THI COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees, barn .
metal barn. R
Including a 21' x 66' Minimum 3 yds. :on.Delivery and workshop. See It, you will love It. 128500. .
,0Sllbllitles.I toII *lIST ARIA) Brick 3 BR. 2 Ba. carport chain link fenced backyard: 49900.
CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING *1910 DOUBLEWIDI on one acre, all hookups. In excellent cond. 24900.

I COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE : I *Wf HAVE BUILDING LOTS AND ACREAGE) OWNER FINANCED.

: George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker 964-6 J49 We Invltt Inquiries/ On Our Other Properties.
r Salesman ,, Thinking Buying Or Selling Call Us.I .
Golnes CSM
Terri A. '.

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( Union Ads in Bradford u 'V" '" : II

County ',1., >, .', Recent Arrests County _. .,, ,

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.uwtey has beer! arrested and lord County was arrested Nqv. 14 fort\ was arrested Nov. 18 lor aggravated !I
SPKCIALNOTEItrcause The following individuals were arrested charged with uttering u forged bunk disorderly conduct, according to Li. assault, according to PatrolmanJohn
of Thanksgiving next week the classified ad recently authorities.in Bradford Countyby check according to Investigator .John Dempsey. Bond was set at$500, lodges. Bond wall set at$1,000,

deadline will be MONDAY NOON instead of the usual local Aderholt. Thornton is charged with he was released on his own' ho was released on his own

Tuesday noon. Call early to place your ads for next Michael Joseph Akey, 18, of forging a $1<>:S.OO! check to the recognizance with tho condition he recognizance
Keystone Heights was arrested Nov. Fashion, Stop in Starke. Bond was set f>lay away from tho,victim.
week! at$5("), she was released on( her own
and
18 and charged with grand theft Wade Pelham of Starke was arrested
criminal mischief, according to In- rocogniancc.Sandra of Lake Nov. 19 after Starke police
Stouten Howard 30,
vestigator David Aderhoit, Akey has John Nov. 11 for were called the second time to a
been charged with stealing road' Butler was arrested : accor-
HOMES disturbance on Brownlee
HELP WANTED signs and realty signs In the Im- McCloud was arrested on a possession of lest than 20 grams of Patrolman Richard Sphtt.
to
to Trooper ding
log Homes'' Ov.r 40 rustic models to mokalee Road area valued at more capias charging battery accordingto cannabis, according released Pelham who had been told to stay
Truck Drivers I Drive with prld.I ApplyIn choose from. Send for Free Brochure. than$200. Bond was set at$1,500 he Invcstiagator Aderhoit. Bond was Dean 1'esica. Howard was' from the victim, was charged
person at: Pool. Truck Line. 2241 Honest Ab. Log Homos, Rout. one was released on his own set at $5X) she was released: on her after a $262.50 surety 'bond was away with disorderly intoxication. Bond

D.trolt Blvd.. Pensacola Fl. Must IIv. Box 84CF Mo.; Tennessee 3857S. recognizance.. own recognizance. .. posted. I,1 was set at $500, he was released on
Pensacola, EOE It \
within 200 mil.of
1(800)231-3695.) It 11/21 \his recogni/.ance.
11/14 Eureka Log Homoi, Inc. fulfills the Rhorry Ann Thornton, 20. nf M.ltnn.timmv nrirrl'l ;41 of Wi.i.t l William Jean Khodun Of Hampton. own
Jobs Overseas Big money last.,$20,000 American Dream. Your own buslnots 4 t ; '
to $50,000 plus per ,, year Call and a beautiful Euroka Log Home for
1(317)839.8900( ) Ext. 8008. Itpd. 1121Journalist only 19700. Call free 1(800)643-8344.( ) ..*..*.******...***** .

with accurat.mok.skills-up., It 11/21 YARD SALEIf I IAI
photography pag.
motivated. Exp.rl.nc.preferred. Send PERSONAL SERVICES ( not raining) Arrests Traffic Violations. .
resume to Apopka Chief. 130 S.,Park Broadway and SR 100
Av.. Apopka Fl. 32703 or call
Furniture, other tt.rn.
1(309)886-2777. It,1121IE NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tr. removal Saturday Nov. 23 The following individuals were arrested ) Douglas Bullock of Starke) was Robinson was released on his own

A PARK HANGER, Inexpensive trainIng and pruning. Also firewood Thomas oak NettUs and 9 a.m. until in Bradford County and arrested Nov. 18 for driving under recognizance.
for sale. Call
local state or pin. the Influence, according to
In
placement with traffic violations
for job charged
496-3823. tfn 12/22 Kenneth Greg Morgan, 30, of
S.nd name, address Itch.IlitliiiiiifHiii Patrolman Paul ilhodcn. Bullock's
national parks.
Housekeeping Anything from minor to +*** Starke was charged Nov. 16 with
no. to: Pork Technology D.pt. > blood alcohol content was .21 percent -
Lak.phon.City Community College, Rt. 7. major. Carp.t shampooing Rosonalble, steam. _" 1I He was released after .a $325surety 'several traffic violations after he
ratos.Call
Flo. 32055. 11/14 cleaning services. was apprehended in Hampton ac-
Box 378 Lake City I bond was posted
Cindy at 4961733. Itpd. 11/21 cording to Patrolman Kenneth R.
3tchg 1128INDUSTRIAL EDUCATIONS R.gist.r.or.ly Don's Point and Body-Cotton Avonuo- Hinds,Jr. Morgan was charged with
at Lake Ralford Flo. Auto paint and bodywork PECANS under influence, wilful-
Dec.2.5, for classes starting Paint guaranteed driving
City Community College In January. for on engine. year repair.using Dupont acrylic Willie Robinson Jr., 28, of Duval wanton reckless driving, driving
Brick/Block and fleeing
W. offer Auto Mechanics. enamel. $1Sf. 11/21 2tpd.1121R. Shelled Unshelled Cracked County was arrested Nov. 13 on a while license suspended
to
Masonry Small EngineMotorcycleMarine .- Klip and Korl Monday and capias charging driving while Intox- attempting to elude. According
Electronic travelling in
Repair Saturday. Next door to R *J Saw ShopIn icated and driving while license the report Morgan was
Technology and Welding classes day Call 496-2534 In- excess of 100 mph on US-301 and
Springs. according to
Worthington suspended
and night. Call 7521822. ext. 214. or 4962741. Walk-ln's w.lcom. Itchg. Indian River Fruits vestigator David Aderholt. Bond Steel Mill Rd. He was released aftera
11/28 bond posted.
11/14 3tchg $980 surety was
OUTDOOR CAREER Lak.City Community 11/21 was set at $433 for each charge.
College offers you a career In Forest LET US HELP WITH YOUR HOLIDAY BAK-
Engineering T.chnology, Forest INGs Pastry Shop, 750 W. Madison SI., Navels, Pink GrapefruitsWAINWRIGHT

T.chnology, or Park T.chnology. Stark., 9645890. Itchg 11/21 Starke Man Arrested
Register early, Dee. 2.5, for classes
In January. For more Info, call "
starting
I
REAL ESTATE PRODUCEState
752-1822 ext. 224. 11/14 3tchg 11/28
BUSINESS COURSES offered by Lake City' OUT OF AREA For Tavern Burglary
Community College In January 86. North Starke
Farmers Market US 301 -
Register _rly, Dec. 2-9, for BusinessComputers -
and Small LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
Management I on Monday on eves Thurs eves at If I don't have it, I'll find Its Just Neal Dewitt Palmer of Starke was prehended in.tall grass behind the
Business School. Each earns ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. arrested Oct. 27 at Law's Tavern for building and arrested. A computer
Union credit County hours.High Call 7521822. .*t. 351 496-2126 or 496-2903. eve.. "YOUR burglary, according to PatrolmanK. check on Palmer revealed he was
3 356 for Info. 11/14 3tchg 11/28 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn R. Hinds, Jr.-and Richard Sphtt. wanted by the Duval County
or set at
Bond
was
While on routine patrol the Sheriff's Office.
patrolmen observed a man running $1,000 he was released to Alachua
BUSINESS FOR SALE ., from Law's. The gate on the door County to face charges and will be
(U.S. 301 South) was broken open and the building returned Bradford County.
OPPORTUNITIES P J 1252F South Walnut Street t-oqrf hppn n.ntprpd Palmer was ap
50 percent off I Flashing arrow signs (Across from Norman's) i
available Unlqu..n.w.pat.nt.d.norgy $269111. Lighted Non-arrow $249. 964-7434
Dealership Unlighted $199.. (Free I.tt.rsl!) See
product $200 sports ctHttr Monday-Friday 10-6 Saturday 10.9
anytime.
profit-$ sale.Ample leads.Small Investment locally. 1(800)423-0163. Under New Management
required. Compl.t.InformaHon. .1 1(800)626-7446.( ) (Giant Blimp. LED move
Call Mr. Bam. 13056920608.( ) ing message sal*) Big profits) Don't Anniversary
lose out It. 11/21
Sale
It. Dining tobl. and six chairs walnut ,
finish. Call 496-3206 after 6 P.M. Itpd. 301 LIQUORS
LAND FOR SALE 11/21

Mountain Land for sal. by owner $100 Slip-In lacks, Pick-up stove, Ic.Camper box, sloops with six.loading Call Thursday, Friday & Saturday LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE

down.tract., nearby Owner 3,000 finance acre)lake Two, l'hours acre Hotpolnt 431.1871 Itpd.H.at 11/21 Pump/alrcondltlonor November 21 thru November 23, 1985 1 Mile North of Starke, Fla. on> U.S. 301

north of Atlanta. North G.orgia.1(404)( ) 23.000 BTU cooling, 22.000 ITU
276-2727 14042763668.( ) It. 11/21 hooting $325. Also one IB.COO$275.Call BTU Kick Off Your Christmas Shopping OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -
Acres land and anD mobile homowith cooling 17.500 BTU hooting
,' Fifteen septic tank and largo shod on 4311374. 11/21 Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2
,highway property, off: SR-121 In Worthington D P Gympac 1.500 weight sot with 198 AH' .Merchandise, ,.. REDUCED
a Springs. Call 4962540. ltchg.i Ibs.,.hardly used $75. Schwan's soda '" Lounge Opens at 12 Mon."Sat.Open Sunday 1,',to;11i1'
stream for $15. Call 496-3504, After 6 iO '
i 11/21 P.M. 11/21 2tod. 1128leatherhandcrafted in Stock % to 50 % -.
; bolts Holsters, etc. .--
,
FOR RENT Place Christmas ord.rs now. Call

496-2004, after 8 P.M., Monday thru I ." Happy Ladies
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Wednesday. 11/21 2tchg. 11/23 Jac/s' MUSIC
' RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 Cookbook mok. great gifts Five uniquely Sweats A/h1ell Hours

Main Str..t, lake Butlor. Phon. dlff.r.nt "Hometown" :' Shoe Thursday Saturday Drinks
Information tfn Cookbook., each 200 to 500 recipes. .11
for
Mobil.496-2261 Homo 12'x63', three bedroom $35 value $11.95.Loafiemao's Kitchen Gator & 'Note Tee's : 5 to 7 Starts at ,9 Tuesday
d one bath furnished, one acre land on P.O. Box 233 Kearney' NE 68841. 1t BHS Tote Bag or Mon. thru Fri.
SR-100 near Union-Bradford county 11/21 rzLSS1: FREE Child's playshirt with Sunday at 7 1/2 Price
11/21 Tractor-Ford 4000 looks good and runsgood. and
in.. Call 4962842. It-dig. More '
Mobil. Home On. bedroom on. both. Also, sot of harrows $5,000 for 15.00 purchase with the Starts at 7
Call 496-2020, after 4 P.M.. Itpd. 11/21 all Call 496-3814. Itpd. 11/21
On. 15 cubic foot freezer on. 21 cubic lZ! Laurel River Band .
foot frooier.Call 496-2646. after 5 P.M. Register for Free Drawings -
Itchg. 11/21 Featuring: Jerry Caldwell, ---
INSURANCEMAINES
15 VARIETIES OF PIES for your holidays. and Brian Morgan with Johnny Ballad
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. Open Mondays until Christmas.
4963978. PASTRY SHOP 750 W. Madison
Butler
Lake Avenue Lake -
Compl.l. Insurance Service. tfn Storke, 9645890. Itchg 11/21..... COME ON OUT FOR FUN AND GOOD MUSIC

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S.v.n month old male whit. hound puppy Need I MONDAYS ARE,YOUR DAYS! i
long oars, long toll f.w spots on I i
oars. Wearing brown collar. Missingants Custom The WE SELLKEROSENE I Well Drinks '1.25. ... Beer $.90 IL i
11/9. In Still Hunt area, w..t of Draperies?
Union County landfill. Call 496-3098 I MUST SHOW I.D. -J i
Call Loma Stephens [ _____ _
Evenings. Itchg.,11/21 496-2219 cleanest, __ -----



TF most efficientkerosefle HEARING, TEST


.. SUZUKI OF STARKE heater I FOR SENIOR CITIZENS

our' '
Hearing tests and regular Service

I U.S. 301 South Starke in the world. Large Selectionof Center will be held on the 4th} Friday of each

suzutcl gl 964.6020 Toyostove month from 9:00: a.m. to'12:0bafKOCH'S
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MODEL KRA03"17.500 Healers In DRUG STORE "166 W. Call Street.
BTU 'Stock. :
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DIRT BIKES
WE HAVE start at Anyone who has trouble understanding or

FOR CHRISTMAS!!! : *53 88 has Nerve deafness should mark this date on
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their calendar and plan to attend. If married,
Gal. 1
Free 5
Good :': both and wife should be
',UL/ 'KeroseneJ husband present ,if

Select From Selection can withpgrchase j. .possible. Call, the.Pharmacy ''oL get up an ap.

RMS-OS & DR of of avoid :
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O Toyostove Has ItlAdjustment I SPECIAL

U ..Ten times cleaner than' : of heat output
over 30% level means
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fij more comfortable temperatures -
heaters.Double Clean heaters and far lees fuel con,,

COMPLETE *. burn carbon fuel monoxide twice lor emission.almost zero sumption.,

j In fact, performance Is more .> 3-step wick adjustmentthan .ME JOIN THE Fu'N
MOTORCYCLE Selection the 10 times greater than extends wick lite by 50%.
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All conventional heaters tested. I ISTARKE
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BOWL for '100 per game .'. ':
WE REPAIR ALL MAKES U.S. 301 S. l H r
Palmetto ft Nightingale Strs. Starke Play Pool or Video Games
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The following cases received final fined $362, license suspended six unlawful speed; fined $96.50,,Salvation I Lois W. Daniel pled guilty' (DWI:;"' Anthony Ross pled guilty DWI; 5 Ross"pad guilty leaving 'sceof
disposition before Judge George months 50 hours community service Army supervision. '.' fined $362 license suspended six fined $362'six months Salvation Army accident; fined $105.73.
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic work attend DWI school, remain Crews pled guilty wilful-wanton months attend DWI school. Salvation supervision, license suspendedsix Ross pled guilty wilful-wanton I
Criminal Court November 5. .under Salvation Army supervision. reckless driving; dismissed by Army supervision six months, months, 50 hours communitywork reckless driving; dismissed by
Robert Duayne Langford pled state. '50 hours community work. attend DWI school. state.
Leon Gray Mitchell pled'guilty guilty driving while license suspended Crews pled guilty fleeing and attempting
wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- ; fined $105.75.Delmar to elude; fined $100.75. Tradition has it that In Scotland the first one In a hou..'on New Year's
ed $132. J. Williamson, Jr. pled Crews pled guilty DWI; fined$362 Day gets a big bear hug. Why? Because he has brought the host good
Raymond Smith pled guilty no guilty DWI; fined '$362. license attend DWI school, 50 hours community luck. Scot celebrators carry cakes and spiced ale to wish their hosts a
valid driver's license; fined $100.75.; suspended six months attend DWI work Salvation Army super good year
Smith pled guilty unlawful speed;' school. Salvation Army supervisionsix vision. .
fined $41,50.Robert months, 50 hours community service Rodney W. Flanders pled guilty
H. Smith pled guilty driving work. driving while license suspended; fin-
while intoxicated (DWI or DUD: Roy Thomas Crews pled guilty ed $105.75.


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Annual Report 198485




SCHOOL MEMBERS SUPERINTENDENT
.. BOARD DISTRICT
Patricia Spengler, Chairman OFSCHOOLS
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE
Rodney P. Hall
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Judy Becker 582 North Temple Avenue
Dr. Len Schlofman Starke, Florida 32091
Jim Duncan Telephone: ((904)) 964-6800
J.T. Parrish


The School Board meets regularly on the third Monday of each month,at 7:00: p.m. and at Persons wishing to be placed on the agenda should contact the Office of the Superintenother -
times as the need arises. The public is welcome at these meetings. dent eight(8)) working days before the meeting. There is provision for citizen's request at
each regular meeting.


SCHOOL BOARD
Superintendent's School BoardChairman's


_ II. MessageThe OFBRADFORD MessageIt
COUNTY

Annual Report on the status of our school system is a require- FLORIDA
ment of state law; however, I look upon it as an opportunity to provide is with a great deal of pleasure and pride that I serveon
the citizens, teachers, and students of our city, county and ........... the School Board Bradford County. To be a part of a
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state with documentation of the excellent job our schools are doing. mth '" .J.G ..nJIt! t young student's education is and should be exciting.Our .
Pictures,words and statistics never completely tell the!story how i "la schools offer a challenge to students of every level.
every day more children,young adults and adults in our county are t .d g.u.Dfa :! It takes a combined effort of administration faculty and
being taught by dedicated teachers the skills, attitudes and ILA"i m1 ';"": J..bi support personnel for each Bradford County student to
great academic nation.concepts that will make them productive citizens of our :: reach his/her potential.

"Creating an Excitement for Learning" is our school system's G
motto and it is my hope that every person involved with, or im- fk ;
pacted upon by our schools, will share in supporting our efforts : c Mrs. Patricia Spengler
toward a quality education program. I: J ChairmanBradford
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Superintendent of Schools f. ,*,_="."t'1lW:; .i:.
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Photographs by members of the Bradford High School: Photographs
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Kris Alday, Angle Ford Barbara Green Bill ll.iniillon. Ann Sturlillg.
Dan Virden and Justin Williams.Exciting .

Events
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1984-1985

........,.. Dr. Len Schlof manx
", 1. Mrs. Adele Graham's visit to Lawtey Elementary School.

2. The appearance of Bradford High School's JROTC battalion on "Good

Judy Becker Morning, America", (a national TV show).
1-: 3. State of Florida's Commissioner of Education Ralph Turlington's visitto
19Y our county schools.
: 4. Florida House of Representative's Chance Irving and State Senator

Bill Grant speaking to the student body at Bradford High School.

5. The change in leadership to Superintendent Jim Duncan.

6. The cooperation of Lawtey Correctional Institution in fire clean-up, in

building portable classrooms, and in other helpful actions.
7. Forty-seven ((47)) scholarships to institutions of higher learning awarded
v rr to deserving Bradford High School seniors.

8. Students helping other students individually and in groups the Peer

Facilitator program at Bradford Middle School and the Tutorial program
between Bradford High School and Starke Elementary.

9. The Pre-Kindergarten Program at Lawtey Elementary School for
handicapped children ages 3 to 5 to attain basic self-help skills.
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10. Presentation of a child abuse play, "Rag Dolls," by Bradford Middle

School actors in every county school, made possible by funds from com
Kmliu' I' Il.iII .1. T Parrish munity resources.





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Brooker Elementary ( K-6)) Bill McKae 159
P.O. Box 7
Brooker, Fla. 32622
Ph. 904/485-1812


Hampton] Elementary ( K-7)) Connie M. Clark 173 ar a i
P.O., Box 200 -
Hampton, Fla. 32044
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Ph. 904/468-1212 Hampton Elementary School Nl tanaq

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Lawtey Elementary (K-7)) Robert Paterson 368 =--....
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Southside
Elementary School
Lawtey, Fla. 32058
Ph. 904/782-3639

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Southside Elementary (K-5)) Jesse Moore 655
823 E. Stansbury St. aX L EMEAltSCH0O1
Starke, Fla. 32091
Ph. 904/964-5586


Starke Elementary (K-5)) Wayne McLeod 629 Q4 r
Grand & Washington St.
Starke, Fla. 32091
Ph. 904/964-6091
Starke Elementary School

Bradford Middle School ((6-8)) Dewey McKinney 863
519 N. Orange St., West
Starke. Fla. 32091' .

Ph. 904/964-6093 Lawtey Elementary School

Bradford High School ((9-12)) Jim Duncan 1008
581 N. Temple Avenue Thomas L. Casey, Jr. District Discipline

Starke, Fla. 32091 The Bradford County with students as in-
! Ph. 904/964-6092 School District is commitdividuals..
ted to providing environThree
TOTAL K-12 ENROLLMENT an disciplinary
3855 ment within the schools methods for dealing with
Vocational-Tech/ which is conducive to learning major infractions in the
David Smith ; '''''' .
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Adult Education are
Charles Thomas .. ....
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(includes pa rt-timc students> Hank Greene Conduct is firm, but allows poral Punishment, In-
Bradford Middle School for flexibility in dealing School Suspension, and
,ri 10I Out-of-School Suspension.


I I II Student InformationBy

I ( Race and Sex)

Urop.OuUs! Corporal Punishment In School Suspension. Out School suspension,
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I _La".tey" _I!D _* 0 0 ,0! 0 ;35" I 13 30 "2.0 0" 0 .I Southside" (T 0 0- 0' 0 Slarke ---o--o" 2) (0 (0 0 $4- 3'49''y' 'o'0 0 6 0 4-0- 3' 3-
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Brad Middle _' l T 0 00 0177z8: 70 38" 0 1i 0 0 _'0" V. 0 018 ji U: 3 '0 0
J fired High i 3131_ 6 2 1 0 20 6 9 l 0 0213 155" 101' 34 0 0 IS 36 35 9 0 0
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Brooder Elementary School .

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'It's an ill wind that blows nobody good" was taken to

heart after the Bradford High School fire in December, 1984.

The very best was made out of a bad situation.

The hospitality of the Vocational School staff while accommodating

smoothly the English and Social Studies classes

t Kellrlt and teachers surpassed expectations. Commendable were
the morale and spirit of cooperation among all after the inconvenience -
S and loss caused by the fire.


Bradford County

t 1985-86 School CalendarAug.


20, 21, 22.23.... ... Elem. & BMS Teachers Pre-Planning
Aug. 21, 22, 23 .......... BUS & Vo-Tech Teachers Pre-Planning
Aug. 26 .................................... Students First Day of School
Sept. .................... ....... ... ................... Labor Day Holiday
Oct. 7 ........................................... ....... End First Six Weeks
Oct. 11 ............................................ Teachers Planning Day
Nov. 19 .............. ............................... End Second Six Weeks
Nov. 27, 28, 29 .................................. Thanksgiving Holidays PersonnelAdministrators
Dec. 23-Jan. 3 ....................................... Christmas Holidays
Jan.6 ............................................ Teachers Planning Day
Jan. 7........................................................ Students Return ..... .... .. ... .................. .. .......... 26
Jan. 20 ............................................... End Third Six Weeks Teachers .............. .... ... .... ......... ,................. 272
Jan.24 ...................
Semester Ends -Teachers Planning Day Guidance & Psychologists .......... ................... .8
Feb. 28 ......................................................... Planning Day
Media Specialists ............. ............................ .. 9
Mar. 4 .............................................. End Fourth Six Weeks
Mar. 28 .............................................. Good Friday Holiday Aides and Clerical. ........ ................... ........ ... 74
Apr. 7-11 ...................................... Spring Break Fair Week Bus Drivers (including substitutes) ............... 39

Apr. 23 ............................................... End Fifth Six Weeks Food Service ............ .. ..... ... ..... .................. .. 41
May 26 ............................................ Memorial Day Holiday
I June 6 ...................... End Sixth Six Weeks (last student day)(* Other Non-Instructional.. ........................ ..... 12

June 9-10 ............ ...... Elem. & BMS Teachers Post-Planning Custodial ( including part-time) ..................... 34

I BradfordUnion'oTech Center June 9-11............... BHS & Vo-Tech Teachers Post-Planning TOTAL ......................... 517 (

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I Programs + CurriculumDISTRICTWIDE




CURRICULUM GOALS

1985-86 nsi tr

1. To improve articulation within schools and between ar fvr. i.
schools in the county.
2. To begin to standardize textbooks in the county
(mathematics textbook series K-8 to be selected in the Fall
of 1985 for county-wide usage).
3. To develop curriculum guides in Science, Social Studies, =
and Writing Activities K-5.
4. To develop a district-wide course of study, listing all
courses and programs taught in Bradford County
5. To increase computer literacy instruction at all schools.
6. To revise the Pupil Progression Plan to include 80% .
mastery of communications and math standards for grades
All
5 and 8 ,as measured by the State Assessment Test.
7. To raise students' achievement in the basic subject
areas to the extent their capacity allows. BRADFORD ECIA. CHAPTER I PROGRAMThe
8. To raise student performance on the Florida State Stu-
dent Assessment Test (SSAT) to at least that of the state Bradford ECIA, Chapter 1 Program is a federally-
average. funded program that provides school districts with moneyto
9. To provide In-Service for teachers to Improve teaching hire extra teachers to instruct students who are not doingas
and learning. well as they should in the area of reading.
10. To implement State Curriculum Frameworks in grades The qualifications for students to be selected for this Pro-
CURRICULUM 1 AM: ; INSTRUCTIONIn : ; : ;
lt-12. gram are: ((1)) the pupils must be enrolled in a grade level of

11. To participate in program for the prevention of drop- the spring of 198:>. a county-wide curriculum committee K-S, and ((2)) the pupil's reading level (according to
outs and to increase guidance counseling to ensure every was formed for curriculum improvement as suggestedby established criteria stated in the Project Application) must
opportunity is offered each student to remain in schoolHKADKORIH'O.MPKNSATORV be below the grade level in which the pupil is enrolled.
the Blue Ribbon Committee and the Five-Year Plan
the 1984-85 school term 433 received
During pupils
adopted by the School Board.
remedial assistance from one of the 11.6 Chapter 1 Teacher
jft 1, The Curriculum Committee monitors district:; curriculum
units the District
:. goals, and constantly attempts to gear the curriculum to employed by
.rif >. W. r provide an instructional program to meet the need: ot all
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Mwv students and adults in the county.
J'f'Jj: .(' The Five-Year Plan for the'Bradford County School
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System was developed to fulfil the State and District Goals
l" of Education and to meet the requirements of Florida la\\
Ft ilStfn Specilic needs and goals are outlined in the plan and an annual
J4 evaluation will be conducted March: of each year to rL ,
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=. School and District Comprehensive Educational Plans will 4.r
reflect the goals adopted in the Five Year Plan. .
Bradford County is fortunate to have five elementary
schools, one middle school, one high school and a
vocational-technical center. Santa Fe Community College -16-ML -
completes the educational opportunities offering both day
and night classes. Many students at Bradford County High
i School take advantage of Dual-Enrollment with Santa Fe.

Kindergarten, first, second and third grades receive ad-
ditional state funding to insure that appropriate educational
opportunities are provided for students in those

critical early years.
Primary Specialists assist K-3 teachers in assessing
needs and prescribing programs for students. The average
K-3 teacher/pupil ratio for 1984-85 was 1:20.
Curriculum guides have been developed and are being
constantly updated to insure uniformity for grades K-5.
State Curriculum frameworks for grades 6-8 are in the process
of being developed: for grades !912. curriculum
frameworks were completed for implementation. These!
frameworks provide consistency throughout the state for
Y all courses.
;Mastery of all basic skills in math, reading and writing by
all Bradford County students continues to be a priority:
,,' students are further challenged to develop critical thinkingand
ti b fit. -. irr.A .. problem solving skills through the implementation of
I.: the Student Performance Standards of Excellence and
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Each school has expanded computer literacy programsand
)\: < through inservice of many teachers and paraprofessionals -

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The Bradford Compensatory Education Program is
designed to furnish special help to students who might not
otherwise master the basic skills of math, reading and
writing.
Utilizing slate funds, as well as district funds, in 1984-a
the Bradford School System employed seven Compensatory
Education: Teacher units to instruct pupils eligible for the
Bradford Compensator} Education Program. During the
liiH4-H.! school term. 7:21:! Bradford pupils in grades 6. 7. 8. S.r .
repeating( ill 11 and \i.:! received remedial assistance from
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COMMUNITY EDUCATIONThe .... I '. VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
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Bradford County Community Education Program, "
i. Each Bradford County School has a School Advisory
an integral part of the Bradford County School System,
Committee of school staff and in-
composed parents,
served 1068 persons during 1984-85 in areas of CPRFirstAid :' ; .
terested members. committee works with
,Hunter Safety, Swimming (grades k-6)), Advanced Car '\ community Each
I school the annual of school
personnel to develop report
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diac Life Support, Emergency Evacuation, Florida Care
gress and to offer suggestions on all phases of school ac-
Certificate Training, Pre-SAT Preparation, Floral Design, :'
tivities.
Art, Ballet, Cake Decorating, and Men's Basketball. The
the Volunteers are encouraged to work in various phases of
Community Education Program also coordinates
school buses for use by the Scouts, Senior Citizens, Church the school program on a regular basis. Volunteers provide
assistance to teachers, working with individual students,
and Child Care Centers.VOCATIONALTEC11SICAL.
groups and small groups. They also assist in school media centers

.:..,.\f.! and in school offices. Workshops are provided each year to
train school volunteers to serve in the various disciplines of
the school system.


MEDIA PROGRAMAn I


excellent media program is a vital part of each

school's curriculum, providing not only printed and audio- ..
visual materials, but also opportunities for students and
teachers to use instructional television. Closed circuit

television systems are in operation at Brooker Elementary,

Lawtey Elementary, Southside Elementary, Starke
Elementary, Bradford Middle School and Bradford High
School. Other schools have portable units that allow
teachers to show educational video tapes in the classroom.A .
major goal of the media program is to provide teachers
with variety of materials to meet the needs of students
who have various learning styles.

EDUCATIONThe

Bradford Middle School offers pre-vocational programs l rt EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATIONThe ::

in the areas of Home Economics, Industrial Arts,
Health and Business Occupations. These programs are ex- programs for Exceptional Students in Bradford
7-8. County provide services for students who are: Educable
in nature for grades
ploratory
Bradford High School offers vocational programs in the Mentally Handicapped, Trainable Mentally Handicapped
Specific Learning Disabled, Emotionally Handicapped,
areas of Home Economics and Industrial Arts for grades
Speech and Language Impaired, Profoundly Mentally Han-

912.The Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center t ri dicapped, Gifted, and Homebound/Hospitalized. Hearing
Impaired and Physically Impaired students are served
has job preparatory level programs in air conditioning and by
heating mechanics, business education, auto mechanics, contractual arrangements with the Alachua County School

carpentry, cosmetology, commercial vehicle driving, Board.
agriculture, nursery operations, heavy equipment Services are provided after referrals are made, and
mechanics, drafting, masonry and welding. These programs psychological evaluations are conducted. An Individual
are available to high school students as well as to Educational Plan (IE.P.) is developed for each student

those who are out of school, 16 years of age or older, who based on needs and the level of functioning.A .
need to update their present skill level or learn a new trade. Pre-Kindergarten Program serving 3 and 4 year old
The Vc-Tech Center is approved for veteran's trainingand n II I II Handicapped students was initiated this year. :This program
by the Florida State Board of Cosmetology. The is housed at the Lawtey Elementary School.
counseling staff assists students in determining interest Approximately 10% of the total student population was
levels and abilities. The center has an Individualized Man- ..r served in the Exceptional Student Education Programs.

power Training Laboratory which offers remedial basics to

those students who need it.
There were 227 Vocational Certificates awarded for PB1
courses completed with a placement average of 70.55% in oily'j

work areas.
The Vo-Tech had a scholarship winner of the National
Elks Scholarship Awards. Nancy McFauls was an honor
student in the Vo-Tech Nursery Operations course and she
is continuing her studies in Horticulture at Lake City Com-

munity College.

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curriculum is offered in General Adult and Adult Basic

Education for those persons seeking a General Adult High
School Diploma or the General Educational Development
diploma (G.E.D.). These courses are offered during the
daytime and evening programs for those students 16 yearsof
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opening of the new cafetorium at Brooker Elementary School on January 8 was an important
milestone for the school lunch program in Bradford County. The new building replaced -
the last of the old fashioned cafeteria facilities in the school system. Our goal now is to improve i ,
the other facilities and replace old equipment.
The Bradford County School Cafeterias had a 30 percent increase in participation and a 27
percent increase in the a-la-carte program. The choice of a hot plate lunch or the salad bar or
a variety of items on the a-la-carte has improved the participation at the high school. An effort
is made to introduce new foods to the students via the a-la-carte line. We continue to use
items which are well received by the students.
There are 41 employees of the seven school cafeterias in the county. Thirty-one of these
employees are certified by the National School Food Service Association. To be certified by
the association, state approved inservice courses are required. A cafeteria worker must take
five hours of inservice each year, a cafeteria manager is required to take ten hours, and the
Food Service Coordinator needs fifteen per year. Cafeteria managers are required to have a
manager's course conducted by the Health Department, and all cafeteria employees are re-
quired to have a negative TB test on file. Every effort is made to improve the skills of the
cafeteria employees and keep them informed of new methods of preparing delicious foods for .. .. MOST STUDENTS
the students of Bradford County. -. ....
Revenue for the school lunch program was received from four sources- local, federal (cash RIDE THE BUSThe
and commodities), state and general fund. All students' lunches receive some federal and
state subsidy. |I transportation department is responsible for the
transportation of students and the maintenance of all school
PARTICIPATION BREAKDOWN |WWI board vehicles.All .
Student Lunches ................................................................................... 455.900 bus drivers and sub bus drivers received an additional
Adult Lunches..................................................................................... 26.923 twelve hours of classroom instruction on "Safety and Driving
Percent Economically Needy................................................................. 51% III Techniques" conducted by the Department of Education's
Daily Average Participation ................................................................. 2.682 I ... Transportation Section.A .
fleet of 33 buses and nine other service vehicles were
REVENUE FOR 1984-85 maintained. 2819 students were transported to and from

Local Payments .............................................................................. $$261.680.35 school each day. A special transportation program Is provided -
Federal......................................................:.................................. 294,748.00 for exceptional students.
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State .............................................................................................. 20,939.00 .: Three new regular diesel engine buses, and one handicapped
Commodity Value ........................................................................... 102,922.14 T i bus with wheelchair spaces were ordered at the beginn-
General Fund .................................................................................. 29,265.00 ,.. ing of this school year.
u trML'gMMr.' _. .'" Bus routes were changed to provide a 2:00: p.m. dismissalfor
Parents are encouraged to stop by the school cafeteria when they visit the school to ask all elementary students. This helps to eliminate:
questions or make comments about the program. 1. Over-crowded buses;
2. Waiting time at each elementary school ;
BUILDING. 3. Discipline problems with older students.
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"S Middle and high school students are dismissed at :3.00: p.m.
--- AND IMPROVINGA with these same buses making the second route.IUXIM5 .

survey is made each year to prioritize building needs and '' IJl:
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held meetings at all schools for the purpose of discussing the
school program and the facility needs of each school.
The following improvements were made in 1984-85:
1. Constructed a new cafetorium at Brooker Elementary
School. 1.
2. Added classroom portables at Southside Elementary .
StarKe Elementary and Lawtey Elementary. t4J -
3. Constructed ten new classrooms at Bradford High School
lr (old classrooms were destroyed by fire).
C 4. Made.e t.e-"si\'e.roo.f repairs at Bradford High School and
Bradford Middle School.WHAT ..

THE FINANCIAL PICTURE: -

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SOURCES OF INCOME .,
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURESGENERAL !j, :
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88.887.,
SALARIES Salaries. .. Sb.KKt.\l1..5J 1 ( :
89,554,800.00 69.49 ;o Benefits .. 1.51111.1111.11Purchased \
Services ... 1i-l7.I.U.IIJ 1 :
Materials and Supplies .. .. 408.21U 03
Capital Outlay .. ... .. ..... ........ .. ... .2-12.\1-1"6\ >
Other Expenses .... .... .. ... .. ................ .. .... .. U.471.8iim.Vttli : :) !
MATERIALS a
SUPPLIES Total: U.J4)3.601J.2ti! ) (

4.12 %

BENEFITS General Fund Budget

16.05 % PURCHASED Salaries ........................................................ $$7,534,726.00
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SERVICES
Employee Benefits ................................:........ 1807256.00
FEDERAL REVENUE 6.53 7. Purchased Services ........................................... 827,929.00
LOCAL REVENUE .29 % OTHER Materials and Supplies ...................................... 400,093:
10.83 7. 31,000.OO 1.35 7. Capital Outlay................................................. 320938.00
Other Expenses .................................................. 9067700
S 1,164,635.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY- Replacement Capital Outlay............................. 136837.00: :
2.45 % .
Statistical Drafting done by Vocational-Technical Drafting Class Total : $11,118,436! ,;

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We Present. District Business Competition Education :

Proudly Clerk Typist II: Karen Martin, 2nd place
Accounting II: Sharon Martin 4th place
Public Speaking: Raymond White, 1st place
The Bradford County: School System and the communitycan MUSIC and ART AWARDS State Competition:
take great pride in the accomplishments of its Bradford High School Band received superior ratings at Public Speaking: Raymond White, 4th place

students. Special appreciation is extended to the many the marching competition in Moultrie, Georgia, at the
teachers, other educational personnel, community Tropicana Contest in Gainesville, and at the Florida Band
volunteers, and to the students for devoting hours of OTHER AWARDS (Bradford High School)
many Association Contest in Gainesville (for the 17th year in a
time in preparing and participating in these events. Listed row). The band traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, to competein Valedictorian Stephanie Redding
here are a sample of events and students receiving the Six Flags Competition for Concert Bands and Salutatorian Kay Watson

recognition: received one of only two superior ratings given to the 44

bands in competition.The .
LANGUAGE ARTS AWARDS Chorus received a II-Excellent rating in the District \
Bradford County Spelling Bee: Contest and Tricia Lawson received a I-Superior rating Pr{
Champion: Kimberly Ann Johnson, Lawtey Elem. for her piano solo.

Runner-Up: Jared Metcalf, Bradford Middle School. ..
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Many of the art students entered the ADULT level of

competition at the Bradford County Fair. Two young people \

distinguished themselves: Connie Moody, a
graduating senior, won a blue ribbon for her oil painting"Daisy"
and Jason Brown won Overall Grand Prize for
his oil painting "Clown". Doug Carlton received the
Grand Prize in the Upper Level Division for his pen and
ink rendering of "House on Walnut Street". A Blue Rib-
bon was awarded to Jeanie Meeks in the pottery divisionfor
her slab built "Box With Lid." Recognition was givento

Connie Moody as she received. the "Outstanding ArtistAward"

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BUS Departmental Awards: 1
Art: Connie Moody
.a Y F y1N Band: Brenda Bawek

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MILITARY AWARDS Jimmy Brookins

Bradford High School JROTC: Computer Education Michael Griffis

BUS English: Drama: Abby Foster ................................. D.A.R. JROTC Award Cathy Zambito John Hutchins
Joelle Innocent OverAll Melissa Gay Enoch Starling .................................... Sojourner Award Lisa Green Willie Wright
Dawn Scott Outstanding Student Jill De Sue Spencer Smith ................... Military Order of World Wars Donna Dorminey Terry Albert
Christine Dickinson Merit Award Lamar "Jackie" Crews........... American Legion Post 56
Nancy Grider Merit Award Citizenship Award Terese Richardson was elected to serve as a Messengerin

Alan Rogers Merit Award Daniel Duffy, William Holsenbeck, the Florida House of Representatives.Bradford .

Cathy Zambito Merit Award Abby Foster, Alan Rogers ................... Dept. of the Army High School
Superior Cadet Awards
:\IATIIEIATICSWAHDS: Tutorial Program (Starke Elementary School)
Lamar Crews, Abby Foster,
Mathematics: Dawn Scott 2
: Alan Rogers, Enoch Starling ..................... Distinguished years
Christine Dickinson
Joelle Innocent 2 years
Graduate Awards
Joelle Innocent
BUS Mathematics: *in JRTC year
SCIENCE AWARDS Terese Richardson 1 year
Five mathematically gifted students from Bradford BUS Departmental Awards:
Middle School traveled to the Bolles School in Jackson- Dawn Scott Bausch & Lomb Award in Science "I Dare You" Awards:
ville to compete in the annual MATHCOUNTS tourna- Joelle Innocent Brenda Bawek and Joelle Innocent
ment. Shawna Blom, Micki Becker, Yvonne Bobo, Kristen Donald Thornton
Pfenniger, and Ron Zurfluh were selected by teacher Peg Foreign Language Awards
Stanwix-Hay to represent BMS at this highly competitiveevent VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AWARDS Several Bradford High School Spanish students participated
sponsored by professional engineers. Agriculture: in the Oratorical Competition held at Georgia
More than forty Jacksonville area schools participatedin Star Chapter Farmers: Donna Dorminey and Rusty Southern College. Of the ten Bradford students competing

the event. Shawna Blom was high scorer for Starke, and Sullivan (against 100 plus students from other high schools),Eddie
she was awarded a T-shirt; all five paticipants were Dekalb Award: Donna Dorminey Tennant placed 2nd in his Spanish III category,and Donna
presented a shirt for their academic excellence and Public Speaking: Raymond White and Lee White Parado placed first in her Spanish I category.
dedication. Star Greenhand: David Hamilton

Outstanding First Year Student: BUS Departmental Awards

SOCIAL STUDIES AWARDS Male: Chet Norman Scott Douglas Spanish I................................................. Connie Moody
BUS Departmental Awards: Female: Pricilla Welch Spanish II.......................Sylvia Porterfield Kay Watson
Wendy Sullivan Humanities Proficiency Awards Spanish III ........................... Tracy Baez, Eddie Tennant
Barbara Tetstone World History Forestry: Chuck Goodowns

Joelle Innocent Psychology & Sociology Electricity: Gordon Smith Latin .................................................. Heather O'Steen,
Brenda Bawek American History Horses: Donna DormineyFruit Diana Phillips, Sylvia Porterfield
Zambito Overall & Nut Production Williams
Cathy : Amy
HIGH-Q TEAM 1984853rd
Award in Social Studies Zambito Beef Production Loren Boone
Pride Cathy : Place Western Division of North Florida High-Q
Outstanding Senior FFA'er: ........... Donna Dormineyand Conferencer.
Raymond White

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & ATHLETIC HIGHLIGHTS...

education program is offered in Fourth and fifth grade teams from all schools were in-
well-rounded physical
A volved in intermural activities including football, basket-
of the
the goals
all schools in the district. Some of major
ball, speedball and Softball.
program are to: for all 3rd 4 ln
Fitness
The President's Physical Program
relatingto
health
physical concepts
in students
Develop resulting from muscular and 4th, and 5th graders was implemented. Our Special
in the body
changes change and their relationship to Education students participated in the Special Olympics.The .
cardio-respiratory Bradford High School athletic program distinguished -
physical activity. itself in several areas both team and individual. The
level of physical fitness commen-
Develop in students a
football team won the District Championship as did the

surate with students individual opportunities capacities. for participation in a boy's Varsity Basketball team. Lori Sapp was the State
Provide learningsthe Runner-Up ((2nd place) in the State Cross-Country Meet.
concomitant
which have as
activities
of
variety social and emotional Daren Chandler made the First Team All-State in boy's
of acceptable
development Basketball. Daren received an athletic scholarship to r

behavior. attitude toward his Florida College at Temple Terrace and played for the
student positive
in each a
Develop North on the North All-State Team. Lisha Long finished
in physical activity.
personal involvement areas with the first (First Place) in the Shot-Putt Event at the State
Integrate and reinforce other subject
Track Meet.

physical education students program.in appropriate safety procedures and BUS Departmenlal\wards r -.y ATA ....7 M
Instruct Physical Education ............. Lisha Long, Jason Polk
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STATE STUDENT ASSESSMENT-PART I

.' State Student Assessment Results PERCENTAGE OF ACHIEVEMENT OF MINIMUM STUDENT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

I COMPOSITE SCORES
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The State Student Assessment Part I (SSAT I) assesses student masteryof 11II1982 C/Z3I983 EJ 1984

basic skills in Communications and Mathematics. Bradford County ex- 95"%

ceeds the goal of reaching at least that of the state average in Grade 8 in 92

Reading and Mathematics, and fell short by only one point in Grade 8 in 90"% 91 90

Writing.
Gains over previous scores were made at Grade 8 and Grade 5 remained at 87 87

the same score after having made considerable gains over the previous 85-
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year. All Bradford County programs are well above the 80% level, the E12
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STATE STUDENT ASSESSMENT
PAUL GRADE 10 PARTS 65"%

PERCENTAGE OF ACHIEVEMENT OF MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS PASSING .:.,
STUDENT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS __ ..
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60"%
COMMUNICATION MATHEMATICS COMMUNICATION MATHEMATICS
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100'1'115'1'.. 55"% ::;:.J:

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90'1'. GRADE 3 GRADE 5 GRADE 8

86
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82
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'5'1'. { 74 ; The State Student Assessment- Part II (SSAT) assesses student abilityto

".': use basic skills in everyday life. Students must pass both sections of SSATII
'0'1'. ?:::;: to receive a standard diploma. It is given to the tenth grade students in the

,s 17. LJf: ; 1'' ;fii :'. :,'!: spring of each school year and those not passing have four other opportunities
to take the test before the end of the senior year.

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CTBS/TCS COMPARISON

(PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING TO CAPACITY)

I Q: I 1984 ES3:::;: 1985
Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills
100%
93
8s 90 91' 66 US
Students in Grades 3 through 11 are given the Test of Cognitive Skills along 90% MK 96 6 '2%: e3 84 84 .'f f es T 83 -

with the CTBS.The TCS measures the academic capacity of the student. The 80% !! { -
results of the CTBS is compared with the student's capacity to achieve in 74c ;.
academic subjects. The resulting figures show that a high percentage of 70% .1ft'

Bradford County students are achieving to their capacity,with no significant Yr : )i : 'fit'
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41 j S4i 1 1c Registration & AttendanceState


law requires school attendance between the agesof

6 and 16. If a child has completed kindergarten and will

be 6 years old on or before January 1, he shall be admittedto
I first grade any time during the school year. He may
enroll in kindergarten if he will be 5 years old on or before

September 1. .
Bradford County provides full day kindergarten classesin

all elementary schools. All students entering 71
kindergarten and students entering any grade from
schools out of state must present an up-to-date immunization -

record and proof of a physical examination, signed bya
licensed physician, dated within the last 12 months.

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