Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01416
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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'GAINESVILLE FL 32611 J J Inside. .r.' ,'u.'. SINCE 1879 -

Outside. Two Sections ,

high todayThursday Oct. 29)) Is for 79, seven degrees lower SECTION At
Expected .. . 1 A.3AA3AEditorial
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lower than Oct. 1. Scattered clouds are also News
than last week and 15 degrees .. 4A
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expected The forecast for today.Friday through Sunday Oct.30-Nov.1, Is fair and dry Fri- SocIety. .. . .. . .. Page,.'A'" .
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and chance of showers on Sports Pages .
day, continuing partly cloudy of on Saturday headquarters, a on SR-100 west'of Legal .... . .',' .Pages 14A .;
Sunday, the Department Forestry Correspondence. ._' Pages ISA

Starke states. ... .. ... UA:
1.3 ,Homecoming '
On the 24th New River reported 1/2 Inch of rain Louis Hill reported '
inches of rain and Santa Fe reported 1 inch of rain.On the 25th Louis Hill SECTION B: The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
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of rain. On the 26th New River reported 5/100 Inchesof Briefs.. . Page
reported 3/10 inches
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2/10 Inches of rain. Highland has reported no 'C' 25 Cents
rain, Louis Hill reported eft.B 103rd Year STAKKE.FLORIDA Copy
rain from the past week, the Department of Forestry headquarters. on Classifieds.Pag. Pages tB 13th Issue Thursday October Z9, 1951 LISPS 062-700
SR-100 west of Starke states.

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Individual Units .

Planned for BMS

Heating, Cooling

A bid on two 8-ton airconditioningunits school have deteriorated to the point
! costing $9,838 was accepted that they are not functional, Tanner
, Monday night, Oct. 26, to boost the said.
C IC I v x heat at Bradford Middle School this Questioned about preventive

coming winter.At maintenance on the 37 units Tanner
the same time the Bradford and Director of Operations Lennard
School Board appeared to accept a Register said they see no reason the
plan presented by air-conditioning school custodians can't be shown how
and heating and equipment to replace filters. Experience: they
u maintenance man Gene Tanner to install said, with the individual classroom
37 separate small air. units at Starke Elementary and
: I .. conditioning units in each classroomat Southside Elementary is that the
the middle school and vo-tech small units take much less
} center over the next two years. The maintenance.

entire project will cost some $100,000 Casey pointed out the school board
and will replace the high cost of could consult an architect about the
operating the present huge round proposed individual units system, ad-
., house heating and cooling complex ding there would be no way the board
., if Iv which has been a problem since In-
\ :could be criticized by such a move.
stalled in 1968.
said it woulld not offend him
114S The new scheme will also cut utility
'I if the school board wants to get the ad-
r M costs because all of the 37 units won'thave
't be all the time. At vice of an architect. But, Tanner add-
!; t'k to run pre-
ed, he's checked the system out
sent, the entire middle school which
thinks the individual units are the
has no windows, has to be cooled or
heated even if only the administrationis way to go.
t ,, working and students are not in "I, frankly, firmly believe this is
r w 4 4 school. Individual 'units for each the way to go," Tanner said,

_.. _,____,_ __ ,_ classroom would mean most of the It will take two years to complete
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heating or cooling units would be the job of installing
operated only eight hours per day. Casey said when questioned by Chairman .
It's Tough td Show Your Stuff... J.R. (Jimmy) Lawson, if the
In the summer, when the ad- state maintenance
The Fighting Tornado band performs. during halftime at the homecominggame ministrative offices are the only ones funds.board uses special

Friday night. t occupied, most of the airconditionerscould Coastline Distributors of
Gathered Into one bunch during:;the performance; for':which the band be turned off. 'Gainesville submitted the low bid of

received a standing ovation are par! 4 the percussion section DJ. Klddick. Now paying 9.25 cents per kilowatt $9,838 on two 8-ton Air Temp units,
and David, Young and tri-tom drummer. LeAnn Flynn. hour for electricity supplied by the ci- and promised delivery within 30( days.
It was a hew routine to Bradford fans which the band had performed in ty of Starke, the school system's annual Two other bids were received, from
competition In Largo It* first pre-distfict contest ever, to pick up pointers.The utility bill is over $300,000 per Baker Bros of Gainesville and R & R
%r 'ien band performs this Saturday. Oct. 31, at 2 p.m. on.Florida Field in year.Ways are being sought to cut the Supply Co, Inc. of Jacksonville.A : .
Gainesville; for the Florida Band AssQCIation.DllU'ld Marching Contest.The use of electricity and that will be
n j'N public Is invttedy Admission $1..T. p! out and support the BHS Marching c another advantage of.using the small $487 bid on a kiln for the BUS art
Band. :. units.. class and a $4,674 bid for welding j

't.1 4 R ,,:. ,* ;.: r,> 5' ..'-' [-'_ .1 .- J, "- ..: ..'" ._. ; ', The main'advantage, 'however, is equipment for'a,vo-tech. class, were
r.qr 4 i that the.middle school 'and vo-tech also approved -by the school. board
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.r"o' It's that simple,'" Supt..Tom conditions in the- fifth grade at
Casey told the school. board Monday Southside ''Elementary is almost a
night. certainty when the state cabinet
}s "The round house is really ,just meets as the state education commission -
eating up more electricity thatn it is this Tuesday. Nov, Supt. Tom
r ",_ w producing" said Tanner to the school Casey told the school board.'
k board. "It can't heatit can't cool." Casey said he has been told there

The small fans and air handlers
Ir. nounted in the ceiling of the middle (See BMS Heat..., i>.::1.\1>


; i Appeal Set on Putnam

Matt Duncan Rides Here.... : f

The"Lone Starke Saloon."a take off on Dodge City, was ably presented by
the Sophomore Class which won Second place in Tornado. Whirl skit competition. ( 1 Decision

.. Peat Mining
The skit showed Matt Duncan and his sidekick; Kitty Faye Redding, at
Hurse and the Good Guys are being tempted by the Colts from Cow
left. Coach The small operation on Bay
week's decisionoy
Plans to appeal
North Marlon. : would be the prototype for larger
the Putnam County Zoning Boardto
More homecoming photos and story on Page 16A. allow peat mining in 247 acres of opration Georgia-Pacific hopes to

: ; a f Cow Bay were announced Monday by establish on the 5.315 acre Santa Fe
Bradford County,
Tim Keyser, president of the North Swamp in southeast
purchased early this year for in excess -
Florida Conservation Coalition
Al Richardson to Head Keyser, a resident of Interlachen, of $3 million. The'trees operation arid
T Ta. near the proposed mining site said he would entail cutting all
d had already received approval from a other vegetation on the tract drain-
y majority of the NFCC board of directors ing the swamp and slicing the peat
County' Zoning BoardNew to appeal the Zoning Board'sdecision into strips to be rolled up and dried

v- ..... .-,_- Jt1-_. tothe Putnam County Commission before cutting into pellets for firing
which has jurisdiction in the G-P boilers
member Al Richardson of Little Richardson was appointed by the Queen Tabitha... matter. Keyser said the Suwannee River
Lake Santa Fe was elected chairman County Commission last month and Bradford The Putman Zoning Board after Water Management District has
makes the fifth member of the seven- Miss Tabitha Folsom was crowned IM1 homecoming queen already filed a request with (the
I of the Bradford County Zoning two lengthy hearings, approved a
member board. Two vacancies are High School last Thursday night at the highlight of Tornado Whirl. Florida Department of Natural
Board at a brief meeting Tuesday of pilot project for Georgia-Pacific to
of Gene Folsom and Mrs. Phyllis Carlisle
Queen Tabitha is the daughter for of the
Resources asking purchase
to be filled.Richardson .
yet mine the Bostwick
night Oct. 27 peat deposit near
Stsrke..The popular BUS senior coed was elected by the student body swamp from Georgia-Pacific underan
is a project inspectorfor voted on a field of six girls elected by the senior class from a field of 41 girls. Georgia-Pacific in the northern, which part of owns the the county.land act passed at the 1981 legislative

Davis, Sabis, and Nadeau; a. More photographs and a story on the 181> BUS homecoming are on Page said the peat would be used as fuel to session providing $320.6 million over
Gainesville developing firm, and is ISA, operate its Palatka mill. the next 10 years for the purchase of
currently the on-site inspector for installation paper environmentally endangered

of the new, Melrose water wetlands in Florida. The bill was

system.R.V. Durrance was given permission -, Permits Hit 7 Year LowReflecting will sponsored be financed by Gov by an Bob increase Graham in and the

( to advertise for a public hearing Building state documentary stamp tax.

., on his application to rezone 21 acres Public hearings before various
: -'.. six miles northwest of Starke off state arid federal environmental
economist for the realtors
,,1t Highway 16 (the former J.B. White a national trend One year ago in September 1980, ac agencies must be held before permitscan :
,t:. property) from Open Rural to RMH2in building permits issued by the County permits issued by the county office cusing the government of pursuing of an be obtained for mining either in
., )','. order to rent or sell sites for mobile Zoning Office in October reached the totaled $919,570, the largest monthly anti-housing economic policy high Putnam or Bradford Counties..
homes. lowest mark since 1974. total since April 1978. interest rates. Harold Hill, president of the Santa

, \'. .' Robert Caverly was given permis- With only two days left to go this On a national basis, single family October permit figures were not Fe Lake Dwellers Assn., another
\ Oct. OT advertise for hearing and month. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines home sales continued to slide in available at the Starke Zoning Office, organization vigorously opposing
THURSDAY. sion to
3.5 on the Speedville reported Tuesday that permits issued September as the housing industry remained but Director Al Crosby said new con- peat mining in either county says his
CARNIVALHead rezoning acres
HALLOWEEN totaled only $255,778, almost 100.000 structio9n starts off group has obtained over 4,000(
., Center' Road from RSF-1 to RSF-MH-1 to mired in its worst slump since .
Start less than the previous low of $348,500in C signatures on petitions<< against the
the Na- "tremendously. ;
1p.m. allow for a mobile home or conventional World War II, according to Hill to the
G-P proposal. plans present
) home on a 20,000 sq. ft. lot. The Only one permit for a single family ,tional Association of Realtors. The county total of$255,776 includedone petitions to Governor Graham next

.. FR IDAY. Oe1.30 property Is located across the road. dwelling was issued in October for' "This country Is currently In the single family dwelling, valued at month, and is also urging individualsand
from the G.W. Ranch. $21,600, compared to four SPP per midst of a housing depression that $21,600; 11 mobile homes, $134,500; organizations opposing the peat

"l SATURDAY. Oct. 31 Hearings on both applications' wife" mits, totaling $144,000 issued in surpasses"any downturn in recent 17 additions, $58,878, and one com- mining operations to write directly to
i'.CHICKEN; PILEAU DINNER be held at the Nov. 24 meeting of the September. memory, Jack Carl on, chief, mercial building. 40800. the Governor.
Gospel sing' board.At .
Hill Georgia-Pacific plans to

Sponsored, Fire V-t by p.m.At Station New. RIver approved the Sept.a rezoning 29 meeting request, the board from First Pecan Auction To, Be Held. Here. Noi\ 5 Suwannee make a River presentation Water Management before the

Rural to Neighborhood Com District in Live Oak at 10:30 a.m.
.Fire Department Open mercial for Mrs Jo Bell Stancell: for With prospects of a fair crop but somewhat lower prices for'nuts auc-: true, will be the second largest crop Thursday, Nov. 19, in support of its

: :'- MONDAY. 2_ operation of a beauty shop in her possibly lower prices than last tioned here this year season. nn record in that state argument for peat mining.
-- LBRADFORDCOUNTY season, the Starke Farmers Market : ,The Lake Dwellers Assn. maintains ,
home two miles west of Highway 16 on Some southeastern states' are The market here will also feel the .
\ will hold its first auction in just that peat mining would be detrimental
N.W. 59th Ave. from abun-
COMMISSION harvest to 80 effect of competition an
: percent
weeks 12 starting predicting a up to Santa Fe Lake
two Thursday, Nov. and the Santa Fe
.' including
of other tree nuts, -
but tM volume dant supply
a.m- higher than
.: ,. Also approved was request by at,l p.m. year walnuts and River.a3 well as the entire Suwannee
here will be "about like last year'smaybe almonds .
Charles E. Knight for rezoning from River basin..The swamp Is a valuable
LAWTEY COUNCIL single family residential to ILW(light Bob Allen, manager of the unique a little less," Allen says.. filberts. factor in controlling the water level of b
7:30 p.m. r' industrial warehousing)on 4.8J acres salethe only pecan auction held in 'The' exceptionally dry fall weather Allen says, as usual, no auction will the' lakes, and the proposed clear ,
,. TUESDAY. Hov.I: on the west side of tl JS. 301 just northof Floridasaid an expected bumper' .has hurt some, Allen says. be held on Thanksgiving Day, cutting would leave a bog hole that '
into as
will continue ,
'( STARKE COUNCIL George Ricks salvage yard. The crop of nuts in other nonFloridaareas i sales would be impossible to reclaim for
Meets 7:00 p.m. new owner of the property proposes to plus the current recession in 'The crop forcast for Georgia is long as the- volume of nuts is suffi any useful Hill maintains. '
.- build mini-warehouses on the site. consumer buying may contribute to about 120 _million: pounds which, if dent:
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Attorneys Elwell and Welty Apply:::)" "" ,

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y For Vacant County Judge Post ..

Assistant State Attorney Thomas M. sity of Florida College of Law In 1973. the state attorney's office. It's( a job I
Elwell .and local attorney Richard He served as law clerk, Judicial In- am well satisfied with and will con
Welty made application for the tern Honorable T. A. Yawn Jr., tinue to 'perform to the best. of my
vacancy of Bradford County Judge Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida. abilities.:
1 i before the deadline Oct. 15. Attorney From 1974-78 Elwell was specialized "I intend to remain a public servantin
George Pierce also submitted his ap instructor at Florida Police Standard this community in some capacity. I
I plication. Training Council for Santa Fe Com strongly believe however that my ex-
According to Col. Harry Hatcher munity College. tensive courtroom and trial ex
Jr., a member of the judiciary committee Elwell's experience includes perience can be utilized" in the positionof '
the applications have been Felony Division Head for the State At county judge
submitted to the governor's' office and torney's Office 8th Judicial Circuit Elwell 30, and his wife Linda Kon-
the governor is aware of the need to Florida, Bradford County Division Office ner Iwell have a baby daughter.
,... fill the vacancy as soon as possible. and extensive pre-trial prosecu- Local Attorney Richard Welt)', 39,
."';i \ Hatcher indicated he expects an appointment was born in Fort Thomas Ky., mowing
within a'week or ten days. tion.According to Elwell he is interestedin to Winter Haven Fl., in 1956. He
C: Elwell of Gainesville has served "being a judge only in Braford served 4 years in the Air Force, most
I Bradford County as assistant state attorney County. I am applying nowhere else. of that time spent at Cape Canaveral.
., for approximately 7 years. I like the people in this county very Welty graduated from Florida State
:A .{ During that time he hasprosecuteddozens much and wish to serve them in a University College of Law in Dec. '71,
of capital murder cases and much greater way as their county and was admitted to the' Florida Law
handled many cases in the courtroom judge. If not appointed I intend to continue Bar in April. 197?. .
} serving the citizens of Bradford Welly began practice with Hal
.. Elwell graduated from the Univer- County as their representative from Maines in Lake Butler m July, 1972.
coming to Starke in 1973 to practicevith
Girl Scout Ghouls & Goblins... Gene Shaw Within a year he
opened his own practice in downtown
It's Halloween party time all around town these days Abrams Almee Ferguson; top row Pam Zurfluh. Kim -News in Brief Starke.'Four years ago he built a new
and the girls scouts of Starke Jr. Troop 614 got Into their Fowler, Shnna Schmitt. Sonya Meyer Rhonda Jackson office on N. ,Temple where he is
best Halloween getup last week for a party held at Small an unidentified ghost Lisa Tierney Beth McKinney. located today.
World Day Care In Starke. Also attending but not pictured were: Missy Davis Circuit CourtSentencing of guilty of introduction of contrabandin At this time Welty represents the
They gave skits for their parents enjoyed a short trip Krlstie Dickens, Michelle Garcia. Melissa Sarntinora- Florida State Prison, pre- Bradford County School Board, the
through a haunted house ate cookies cake, and candy, font Margie Hall, Melinda Powell Robin McRee, and Oct. 26 sentencing investigation was ordered. City of and the Bradford
and drank orange sherbet Halloween punch. Emily Crews. .
The following cases came before Deborah Ann DeSue pled no contest County Hospital.
The girls scouts in costume are: bottom row left to The adult leaders of the troop are Diane Tierney, Andrea
Circuit Court Judge Chester B. changed her plea to attempted Welty is Chairman of the Board ot
right. Alice Williams. Schaefer Senior that
Bobbl Joe Melton. Karen Schaefer and Adonna scouts
Chance Oct. 26 in Bradford County.. aggravated battery. Pre-sentencing Directors for the. Bradlord-Union
Julie Ferguson Candice Roberts, Tanya Rackard Allison assisted were Nadinne ad Lisa Green. Also parents
Farnsoworth. Yvonne Bobo: middle row Shannon helped out at the party. Edward Starling, charged with aggravated investigation was ordered. Guidance Clinic also serving on tin
assault, pled guilty to David Ezell entered a plea of guilty Board of Directors for the North
unlawful display of firearms (a lesser to grand theft was sentenced to 5 Florida Mental Health Center in Luke

offense), was ordered to,pay $250. years at Dept. of Corrections. Ezell City:
with two juveniles broke into a home Welty is engaged in the general
l Charles
# Halloween Happening, also violation found in Polk Alachua found Co.(guilty Oct.of 19 parole was 'on misc.Hampton items in Lake July., taking food and a practice vanishing of law.breed Welty states; "This is

guilty of parole violation in
Welty stales he seeks a judgeship to
Bradford Co.. Polk
was ordered to be'able to service all I the people of
the Dept. of Corrections for 2 Green Rescinds
Three Schools Have Carnivals years. Bradford County '
Elementary Saturday' Timothy Leggett charged with aggravated 900 Inmate Cap Welly and his wife Pat have three

'-'" battery pled guilty, was At FSP children They attend St. Kdwards'
ordered to $500. Temporaily Catholic Church.
Elementary school Halloween car- room to receive a popcorn party; At Hampton the carnival fun will pay
nivals continue this weekend with costum judging at 6:00 for Southside start at 5 p.m. with a costume paradeat Billy Gordon Gritfis pled not guiltyon Circuit Judge R. A. "Buzzy" Green
Starke, Hampton and Southside students only; Twisting Tumblers of City Hall with booths opening at 6 a possession of marijuana charge. Jr. ruled Monday that the 900inmatecap
Elementary Schools all having their the Starke Rec. Department at 7:00: ; p.m. For full details on Halloween fun Griffis' trial will be placed on the Jan. at Florida State Prison may be in- Local ManArrested
carnivals Saturday night Oct. 31. and a full night of the many booths in Hampton please;see the Hampton trial docket. creased by 100 until p.m. Nov. 2. A '
The Starke Carnival, set for 5-8:30: and games which Southside officialssay Hilites on ISA. The following change of pleas were transfer of 100 inmates to FSP from :
pg. ,, Sumter >Joe Toler 63, Rt 2 Box 2550 Starke
p.m. at the Bradford County will again include such old heard by Judge Chance Institution was
Fairgrounds promises to "be the best favorites as bingo (in the cafeteria), made last week following rioting was arrested on Hwy 125. Lawtey,
in __.___ Wilbur there. Oct. 25, on a warrant from AlachuaCo.
the world' according to Principal the haunted house, and cake walk --- "'=- .0"= Austin entered a plea of no
Charles Francis though he could be along with new treats. i ..;:'" f'1lil/l/ : contest,not guilty to grand theft. Pre- Friday the transfer of inmates Toler was charged with burglaryand
accused of exaggerating tad Food offered includes hamburgers, ..... .", ,_"t_ J sentencing investigation was ordered. started to FSP after hours of ap- grand theft according to Deputy
bit. There will be costume judging for hot dogs popcorn chicken and rice, Kathy Kidd Doane entered a plea parent racial rioting at Sumter John Dempsey.FAMOUS .
K-S with a $5 prize for each grade and assorted goodies from the Coun- -
level winner. Also on tap is a haunted try Store. ,
house which promises to be a good A very special slate of
one and the Country Store will be open "performers" is scheduled for the
again along with a concession stand Dunkin' Booth: including Principal
with hamburgers hot dogs, and coke. Jessie Moore Sheriff Dolph Reddish
Bingo the Cakewalk and over a dozen Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, School
other activities will offered and the Superintendent Tom Casey, BHS
raffle ticket winner will be announced Choral Director Don Hardy P.E. in-
around 8 p.m.Soutbside's. structor Buddy Revels Brooker Prin-
carnival will be held on cipal Buddy Paterson. and the car-
the school's campus from 5-9 p.m.: nival chairman Mr. Lawrence-Grtf'fis. -
The order of events at Southside is: : ', A t ; : & ;1

booth judging at 5:00 wish:! the vjnnjng ...,..,.....el'N, I tj b t Mlrjnp vtl. V.a.

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Bradford Middle School Vo-Tech green beans.applesauce cookie,cheese-rolls
and milk.Tuesday ... ." "., / .
School and all Bradford County ,. .< ; : :' ,
,Oct.3Sloopy Joe on bun buttered corn, 1' '81\' ,' ,. ?
Elementary Schools: slaw,peaches. butterscotch squares and milk. f\, '. '
Wedn..d.,.Oct:Fish portions cheese Vita,tur- I. V < 'I', "
Oclober2.6 nip greens apricot crisp,cornbread and milk. 'I 'Iii 1
Thursday Oct ..I.i.. ,
Hamburger gravy mashed \t
Monday Oct. 2 Macaroni It '
: Chew 1/2 spiced A '.
ham sandwich mustard fruit potatoes buttered green peas, coconut cake, 4 .
greens cup hot rolls and milk. ..1'711011Jomno
raisin cup and milk. Friday, Ocl. .:Pizza, french fries, salad banana .
Tuesday. Oct. :a: Hamburger steak, mashed :
potatoes gravy, green peas, yellow cake cuke and milk. c 7 S 'toed
with apricot lopping biscuit and milk. ,
Weojwscay. Oct. 4: Beef a Ron!, cheese stix. I
salad,peach crisp hot roll and milk. A-La-Carte j
Thursday, Oct. I: Chicken 4 Rice green beans, Monday Oct. tHamburgera: pizza, trench fries, Ili' If'' '{ r
slaw strawberry shortcake cheese rolls and milkshakes. r IrUA
milk.. Tuesday.. Oct. 3Cheesebtirgers: trench tries, "
FrkUy.Oct.a: Whaler. on.bun or chicken on bun milkshakes,pizza. HOOVER ,. 589Q5 I ins r It
potato chips, buttered corn applesauce, Wvdnesdsy. Ocl. 4Hamburgers, pizza, french 'noCl (StIltw
cookie '. fries milkshakes., ,
Bradford High School Thursday Oct Cheeseburgers, pizza. french J I nov,
fries milkshakes 91t d had
October RegularMonday 2-6 Friday Ocl. Pizza, .hamburgers. trench fries, UPRIGHT/f/ ) /I". ,oq ,71E'/ G mom
milkshakes., I It 111'
Oct. Sausage, rice tomato gravy, :'Reg' II ...I r O. W ill 9

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October 29, 1981 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

.Piiieluirst Gro. Grocery- Better Known As Watering- Hole .h ,.... Church First United News Methodist Library- Presents Christmas Arts & Crafts

Tuesday at 1:00: p.m.a man entered from DeFuniak Springs to Daytona as and watched several large' containers A Halloween for all The Bradford County Public dy Bears and Christmas Trees. Judy
Pinchurst Croc, on south SR-100 requesting part of a circus and were in need of were filled for the use of the adults Party young Library presents a showcase of local Hardenbrook will show granny
((18-35) Is Halloween
water for his animals. When water. There were other trucks load- 'elephants.The the ages hall nightin at Christmas arts and crafts. Soft square beginning crochet. Bring a
I clerk Ruby Lewis asked him what ed with animals but none seemed as 7:30.: fellowship beginning sculpture, woodwork, crochet and G-size crochet hook and one skein of
kind of animal, the said the about 45 for this craft from 1:00-1:43((
man thirsty as elephants. 'watering' took The annual charge conference Is needlework, Christams ornaments, yarn : p.m.
"elephan ". Never one to let a customer slip minutes and was a change' of pace Nov. 2, 7:30 in the and more will be on display from Nov. Watch Ermie Jones carve a praying
Six large elephants were traveling away Lewis hooked up the water hose from the usual customer at the store. Everyone:is encouraged p.m. to sanctuary.attend for 2-Nov. 20.Everyone. hands wood plaque. Also during this
time Cheryl Godwin will be
the election of new officers and the Is invited to place their
demonstrating soft sculpture.
setting of new for 1982. and handicrafts exhibit free in
I BMS ) goals arts on
Solution (From lA
Heating Page Post 56 BreakfastOn
The United Methodist Women the library. Don't miss this opportunity -
Tap Nov. 11 General meeting will be Tuesday,. to strut your stuff. Shop early and
will be no problem with approving the the $2,600 being held in reserve to Nov. 4, at 10 a.m. in the fellowship purchase that special loved one a unique Fire Dept.
plans submitted by architect Craig employ another contractor to finish The annual 'breakfast held by handicrafted gift. Some of the
Salley. The plans will be approved in the work. Supt. Casey said he American Legion Post 56 to celebrate hall.We are all excited over the fact that stuffed toys and ornaments brought in Has New VolunteersAt
time for most of the expense to come understood the board's intention. Armistice Day is set Wednesday, Nancy Roberts is the Bazaar Chair- are Big Bird, Ernie, Bert, and Miss the meeting Oct. 15! the Starke
from state funds, Supt. Casey said. Nov. 11, from 8-10 a.m. afghans and Volunteer
man this year and Lucy White is co- Piggy. Fire Dept. approved Mat-
The school board last week approved Board member J.T. Parrish and There is no charge for the veterans chairman. They have been working hand-made pillows will be some of the thew Box, Jennifer Box and Dan Cud-
the seeking of a local loan up to maintenance staff members plan to and their families. hard and the enthusiasm has been crocheted projects shown. Bring in dington as active volunteer fire per
$18,000 to bwld the portable, con- work on the Lawtey Elementary To get your name in the pot, call contagious. The Bazaar date is Nov your crafts beginning Oct. 29. sons.
sidered a prority to relieve classes School septic tank drain field this Bill Wilson at the Chamber of Com- 19, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year the Plan to attend the free Christmas Cuddington a former fireman he is
which have 35 to 38 students at times. Saturday, Oct. 31. nerce, phone 964-5278. Bill will be dong Ii
theme is "The Old Fashioned Craft Demonstration on Nov 13, from now with Rescue at Bradford County
Work will start on the SSE portable Plans are to dig the clay from the cooking. The menu will in- Bazaar". Tickets are already on sale 10:00: m.-10:45: a.m. Make felt treeor Hospital. 1
about the middle of next week, said around the drain field to a depth of clude scrambled eggs, sausage,. for the soup and chili luncheon still package ornaments with Cyndy Jennifer Box is the first female to
Director of Operations Lennard four feet and to replace it with gravel cream beef on toast SOS), biscuits, $1.50. McCullough: Santas, Snowmen, Ted-- hold such a position in Starke.
Register, when questioned by the hauled in. The sand won't be hauled grits, and; sorghum syrup, Bill says.
school board. from Youth News ..
Camp Blanding as planned ----- - 1
earlier, but will be donated by a Concerned Citizens Hold Great things are happening with the
Only hold upon the PMR building at timber company, Owens-Illinois. MYF. Lori Conti is now meeting with
the middle school is the light fixtures. It will take approximately 20 trips Monthly Meeting the youth each Sunday evening at 6 Whe
The board went along with the suggestion to haul the 400 cubic yards of gravel to Concerned Citizens of Bradford p.m. The study of "Cults" continuesand reamer
of board member Arthur the LE site, Supt. Casey said. County, Inc. will hold their regular lots of fellowship is enjoyed. This '
Gaskins to nofif the electrical contractor The drain field will be extended meeting on Monday, Oct. 26, at 7:30: Sunday the senior MYF will be .
Ray's Electric of Keystone some 20 more feet, an increase of p.m. in the R.J.E. Cafeteria, 1080 meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Satin
Heights, to complete the work in a about a third of its present length, North Pine Street. All members and J.T. Carver at 6 p.m. Sheets "Fit for a King"also

reasonable time, or the board will use Parrish said.. tend.Interested citizens are urged .to at' Tonight the Youth Choir will be ( Queen & Regular)

garnnrflflflrflflnrnmnrnThe --- 17' meeting at the church to go to a sing- Handmade
.Free Tutoring along bonfire meeting at the home of Quilts OPEN: Friday & Saturday 9-6
1981 College Day Program is set the Langley's. Everyone is invited to Gift Items Smiles South on Road 100
Tornado at R.J.E.
for Thursday, Oct. 29, in the BHS Resqmes> join in the fun.Card. 964.7912
Library.,. The will consist of and Ginn "
program Tutoring at R.J.E. in Math 1I' li..ed -
representatives from interested com- Reading will resume on October 27. of ThanksThe z=:tt

munity colleges, state universities, Talk Sessions will be held each Tuesdayand family of Margaret Ann Lovell
armed services, etc. from Florida Thursday afternoon from 5 to 6 Conners wishes with deep appreciation '""
and neighboring states. This service of
p.m. is offered free to thank each and for
The seniors will be in the library for Nw from Bradford High charge by Concerned Citizens of their food, flowers everyone and other
the first session, and the juniors for Bradford County, Inc. prayers WE'RE
acts of kindness during the loss of our
the last session. This is the opportunity -
loved God bless each of
for students to ask questions Cure one. May you.
con- Day Center Jim Conners and Mr. and Mrs. G.L.
cerning your future education. Don't. fF$1by YOU NEED US
(Tiny) Lovell.
miss it. Sponsors Food Program

wy The Community Pay Care Center {tf tS I
On Wednesday, Oct. 28, a film en- II III
titled "The Best Years of Our Lives announces the sponsorship of a child
So Far" was shown to all the studentsat Vickie Carver care food program. Pian..r
BHS. The film was great. Meals are made available to all I
After the film, the school-wide children at the center at no charge, Electric : 1 \
money making project was explained. President, Vickie Carver; Vice- and are provided without regard to a
It will be a special fund raising president, Lari Ann Johns; childs race, creed, sex, color or national Company
project for classes or clubs to raise Secretary, Kelli Carver;, and origin.
money for their organization. The' Treasurer, Tammy Mann. For additional information, stop by
students will sell Wisconsin Heritage the Community Day Care Center
sausage and cheese products to Go tennis! Good luck in the tourna- located at 1080 N. Pine Street in

parents, friends, and other community ment coming up!, Starke. .t
folk. With the upcoming holidays,
everyone will be ready to buy these Annual Pictures Correction!
delicious gifts, according to Mr. Jim
Duncan and the student council. Annual pictures are set for Tues- The cause of death of the late city
There will be prizes given to the person day, Nov, 3. Before your picture clerk of Starke, Merrill Edwards,was 24 Hour :Service
who sells the most. One prize.is time, you are to be excused 5 minutes, congestive heart failure and kidney
$100 cash. in order to get ready. If you aren't failure, not cancer as the Telegraph
there,.your picture will not be taken. reported. IndustrialCommercial
Clubs: Sponsors, or Presidents, please have The. Telegraph apologizes for,the Ready to help with all the arrange-
the information already written that error. Merrill Edwards did undergo
The ''Art Club has selected its officers you wish to put in the annual concerning -' surgery for cancer some 12 years ago, Residential ments during this troubled
for the school year President, your organization; The list belowis but that was not his cause of death, I!
Karen. Thorp; Vice-president, Na- the scheduled time period for.each according to his son, Ricky Edwards.. time..flowers, funeral services and all
diene Green; Treasurer, Theresa club. *x Our prices...
Ricks; and Reporter, Ken Crawford. 8:30-9:30Cheerleaders: ( : (football field) .Competition is'the, Name the details. Rely on us for advice.
9:00.9:15..Student(( : Council (library)
They have been busy this school year
.$;y3Sr9;3Q....:: ..,.WbleJIubJ.; :; ibca vy-l. Till BRADFORDCOOWTTTOJOIlAfH. Of tile :Game' .
fc titcupcukee
ttDTgn ebrstp rditrt "i w *, -* .
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seninf : ':: ; 1. : AM..r.'ll .
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dMubt' ;
(' 'arUst& hirt hday4Xhe t : "bll.h.il.v.ry Th"nd"Y'<1: Sales & Service ilDeWittC..Jon s' \ : .: ,

..,..,auaww"" .. 1I n1vjjl o1Spred.1e1.. will .. "thA. ; ;; e"' ("',J.7.rK..FB ey: ==. I h {us3L ., t mr4} .. ':.',. fA ih1r69<< +1drrd. ,
110I Special Olympics on Nov. l r. 10f3b-lTU5. ..1'. :. ... . .1 t I'M' jmily ) F'unerul"D'on r4
11151130.: .... . ..Newspaper staff paid :l\1i1c.-r.&. Terry: Oglesby
It's not too late to join the F.B.L.A. 11301200..:.. .:,. .. . .. Lunch Second Clara pettoga o1Storm J; : Starke 'Keystone Heights
(Future Business Leaders of 12:00-12:20.: ". ... . ., .. .Chorus ,floridaSubs.rtploe 1 .,
... . . :. Bradford d 964-6200 473-3176
America) club. Contact Mrs. 12:20-12:45.: .Science Club ; ....., County Only *
Register or Mrs. Harrington if you 1:00-1:20.: .. . :. ... .Art Club 782-3065
are interested. 1:20-1:40.: . . ... ."i .French In tr.d..r l as$f.00 par. yartS.OO ,
1:40-2:05.: . . .. .. . ROTC s1r month
The first Math League Contest was 205230.: .. . . .Annual Staff -
%tr" given on Wednesday, Oct. 28. Any 2:30-3:00..... . . .... .Volley Ball Outtlda trade araai$10.00 pr yar r-
$5.M slit Month.
r" .student who has had, or is currently 300330. . .Cross Country
""//enrolled in (Algebra -II, III, or

Geometry may participate in the foruicoroing -
{ tests. Details will be ann -

1 previous to the tests. ", Kiwanis. Community FLORIDA BANK

Fellowship of Christian "' .
Athl IFCA) has scheduled its' .
ti "for the second and fourth ... Prayer Breakfast

y, ornings of each month ., 'TREATS YOUr
q groun will meet ip(the JROTC Nove'm6er18
suit ore school,,(0nly require- 1981 7:00: a.m.. .
,men s ,-esire tp participate inai '
i with other Christians, and '
e experienced Tickets'$4.75 Western Steer RIGHT !
Cols Carbon Faulkjs the sppnsor.i Tickets available from Kiwanians
Offt w e i selecte l for the year; Denmark Furniture,
and First United Methodist Church

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OPEN, 24 HOURS F.Murlrag: qr i : ::1 #

f; "I
+ j M || (Formerly Little Italy) Sandwiches : ,. s1'

Tina's Restaurant ,

Steaks 'I ,
f .NO.|1- Keystone. 473.3540 .
.(f. :,"N ) 2- s Homemade '
y ; arI ,, -,,sc 6877 Pies

.\\'DareaRd4bnaTopry< !i\ < & Cakes $

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Buffet Non.-Fri.;

All You Can Eat

2 meats, veg., salad bar, dessert,,tea or j

coffee ,.. '.i,' "
1 "' \
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Six Sausage Biscuits. I ... f..
the bank on October i,.
$3.00 TREATS! .
muue J. 3 and'join in the fun Enjoy "'7 7i ':
13 for .
$6.00 / 2 for $1.10 ;
i efreshments provided for '
Remember, no matter what day: ,.,
Both you that day. Also, register for it is Florida Bank always
Stores Will Be Open .
All You Can Eat Until 3:30 pm Thanksgiving Day 0 Seafood free gifts. TREATS you right! ;/ ?.

Buffet w/trlmmings 4.95
Sunday. \ This is all fun no tricks just Happy Halloween!
$450 (M You Can Eat) All Kind : .

Buffet Let us bake your turkey and '

3 meats, veg., dessert, dressing for Thanksgiving. Now -_ __ -'F1ari Bank at Stark tj:

salad bar beverage taking orders. All cakes and pies ;
are prepared by Clark at Jefferson Street Stark. FL 32091 ((904)) 964-7050 :;.itMombrFDlC :

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etUTORiALSBeseiged! Open House Will Mark Retirement Public /WarnedOf / urrrq

on Both Sides Of Lillian Stump After 36 YearsMonday Burning,Stringent Rules.

.. ... ."" M... .........'< ,' ". '..'. "..... Outdoor burning is a touch subject
will be about the 12.000th Evelyn and her husband. Jim these days for the Florida Division of

Threatened on one side by As for Mr. Watt's qualifica- day that Lillian Stump has reported to i .'. .',II/f) ," '" Womack, the present owners. Forestry and if you don't know why

the proposed denuding of San- tions for his post Rep. John work at Stump's Department Store. .. Qt"i :,..; ,'. ''' liT you must not have lived in Florida the
But Monday Nov. 2, ., ,.1't1 Lillian followed in her falher'sfootsteps
ta F e Swamp for will be decidedly .,' ; ,.: .f' past 13 months.
purposes Seiberling, chairman of the different from all those other days. '1t in more ways then one. Mr. More than a half-million, acres of
peat mining, this area of House Public Lands and I. \ Stump had been treasurer of the local wildlands have burned over that
Florida now faces the addi- Natural Resources Subcom- In the first place it will be her birth i 1\1 .'} m Red Cross Chapter since its organization period and almost all of ,the H.ooo

tional environmental threat of mittee, has expressed the feel- day. In the second place it will be her ,1" in World War I days, and- the fires were started by.man. A
possible destruction that Watt's final day-officially, that Is--al responsibility of carrying on this program large number of them were illegal
one- ing policy Stump's since she will 'be starting J fell into the willing hands of his fires and the Division of Forestry has
third of the
157,200-acre statements have been "all on "early retirement" at age 62. ,Jj Jr j daughter who recognized the importance begun a crackdown on that.

Osceola National Forest by the side of consumption of our of Red Cross work during her "The stale law says all fires that

phosphate mining interests. natural resources by the cor- In the third place, the day wilt end war experiences, burn any forest grass woods,
interests on a festive note as friends of LII (as .,, wildlands. marshes or vegetative
porate that want to
Groundwork for the Osceola many call her) and all customers of ,! I i J Lillian is still associated with this land-clearing debris are illegal unless

disaster was laid in the 1960s use the public" lands for their Stump's are invited to a retirement ", #,.,, program although her main emphasis authorization has been obtained from

when the mining companies own gain. party and open house at the store shifted to heading up Cancer the Division of Forestry and adjacent
acted from :3 to 6 Monday afternoon, The l''" ,0 fund-raising after the death of her resident landowners are notified of
under an archaic But what can we of a honor will be her !lather'
expect guest usual genial ., as a cancer victim in 1963. Her the intention to burn beforehand"
federal law and obtained man who was president and self as she cuts birthday,cake and ,' ability as a fund raiser is unchallenged says State Forester John Bethea.

leases on 52,000 acres of the chief legal officer of the Moun- greets her guests some of whom have In Starke and Bradford County. Although it seems like the fire

Osceola Forest for purposes of tain States Legal Foundation been familiar faces at Stump's Last year, cancer funds raised in the season has been going for a year now,
through all the 36 years since Lillian county totaled $7,633.: having grown
phosphate actually we are just now entering the
mining. whose giant economic in- started full time work with the store ". ..- ". .,... ....,.... ...." time of the'earwhen we traditionally
Now with an Administration terests have persistently and in 1945.: have the most forest fires! Bethea

in Washington that is intent consistently attacked virtually Stump's is a tradition In Starke and said. "So it is extremely important

on exploiting Federal every aspect of the en- has been since Fred F. Stump, a in that everybody knows the laws concerning
Stump uniform an 1st Lieutenant in outdoor
vironmental movement ? New Yorker established the r burning and that
and young
parks other lands for the World
II (above) and below In l they abide by them.
They openly clean air store on Call Street in 1911. Whileemplo'ed
benefit of industrial oppose "working clothes"
spoilers, with a wholesale mercan at Army. hospital "The Division of Forestry is going
the threat to the Osceola and water standards tile house in the big city Mr. Stumpwas In Germany' to do everything in its power tq nee

Forest seems greater than wilderness protection, strip- told of three possible locations fora .I'' that we don't have repeat of last

ever in spite of the efforts of mining controls grazing controls men's and ladies' clothing store. and other nurses were "conditioned"tor year"lne state forestry director added -
lands and One in their duties overseas. i "If it takes an increase in arrests
U.S. Senators Lawton Chiles on public controls was Pennsylvania, one in '
and fines to get folks' attention then
Alabama and one in Starke Florida
and Paula Hawkins as well as over management of Like many another resident of "the Lillian left for Europe on the Queen we are prepared to do that"Violation

Rep. Don Fuqua, Gov. Bob federal forest lands. Iro/en north" !Mr. Slump opted for the Mary: in January 1944 landing in of Florida's forest fin-

Graham, and ex-Governor One of Reagan's national "one farthest south" and opened Glasgow, Scotland, and later living in laws is punishable by up to five years
a home in
Cheddar. England in a $5.000 fine both
Reubin Askew. "The New York Racket Store in a 0x1 prison or
forest hatchet the above while
men, for the
brick building near the railroad Inevitable invasion "People should keep in mind. loo.
The rape of the Osceola is mentioned John B. Crowell, tracks later changing the name and by Hitler's forces. Several days that a fire that meets the legal requirement -
after the start of the actual invasion ,A f li
just another says the President will have moving into a remodelled livery' ; when started becomes an
example of his strip-mining agreements stable building at Call and Thompson she "shipped out" for duty at Normandy illegal fire if it gets out of control, and
Reaganvironmentalism St., where the business remained Beach in France and arrived k Y 1 rCy the landowner who starts such a lireis
sewed December and until
under the cover of which the up by moving to Bradford Square shopping while they were still burying the dead i' 1 2 liable for the damages it causes..
President and his anti- perhaps he will, unless center in 1974. from that fateful .event. By the n'day \ ? Bethea said.
environment massive forces are brought to the Army had set up a il. Many counties have ordinancesthat
Secretary of the
Interior James bear on behalf of environmental Lillian got a taste of merchandisingas hospital in tents, and the nurse I"II! go beyond the stale statutes-
Watt, are on the beachhead four to a tent.
school many dealing with environmental
protection.If girl when she and her
pushing ahead with. natural sister. Evelyn used to"help out" sell- Lillian later factors for burning. Bradford County
resource policies that are the Osceola Forest min ing hosiery and other items to the the war with the First and Ninth course Armies of- currently has no ordinances or

radical inflationary, ing deals are allowed to go ladies after school hours. and was on duty at the lamed trt regulations nili-iime/. which specificallyrelate

economically unsound, and through they will be a vicious Lillian graduated from Bradford served Battle of the the Bulge in Germany. She from the $2,100 raised during the first "Several factors, led up 'lo lastyear's
environmentally degrading. to end of! the War
and shameful assault on finishing year she took over ot dc'titrultin'lore'51 fire
High School in 1938 and set out to as a 1st lieutenant,. and arrived management problemand
A fanatical believer in the America's environmental- realize an early ambition by entering home in Nnvmeber 1945. back the drive. "I've got good dependable ull of them still exist. Belhca

maximum use of natural protection system, slowly and nurse's training at Orange Memorial workers in every area of (he county" warps "The foremost t factor was an

in painfully evolved over the Hospital in Orlando. She graduated as By that time, Mr. 'Stump and his Lillian says i'n explaining her success. extreme shortage of rain and were
resources even the most a Registered Nurse in 1942. During wife, Eva a Virginian were still lagging well below normal all
protected of public lands, Mr. years at an uncalculated cost. those days of World War II the need age:. so Lillian'and nearmgretirmcnt Evelyn She also plays an active role in (ho parts ol .Florida.. except the extreme

watts advocates an !for Army nurses was great, and she took over management of the store work of the First Presbyterian southern urea. The discouraging>>
"aggressive program with the Bradford County and ad- and most of her graduating class Evelyh married m 1951 and lived in Church having served us an Elder in thing is that we don't l (expect this pro

private who joining areas are caught in the enrolled" with the Red Cross for service Georgia 20 :years returning to Staikc the past, and starling on another bleat In +improve" anytime soon
entrepreneurs middle, between two forceful if called upon. She didn't have to after the death of her husband and three-year term building She i is alsoa !because we have just finished what istraditionally
are willing to invest and member of the "
wait long, receiving notice from the working until her, retirement in June our rainy season.
manage resources" in the national threats--peat mining on the Army to report to Blanding in June IWIOli" which is currently financing a Other) !factors influencing the Ian -
southeast and phosphate mining t1l43. lllooo education building which wilt '! /ti "JUIII\'Jy' ,
parks and forests. crt'nsy', } involve
...... I ', ii-kn'i' ii 'I. I I' ,-"it" fi bv used for I I "
iU" ,. \ ni
( '! rvl Sunday
churcKpflfcYs :
r --f --- -to the ofthwest: NOW B I S3! .... 9 |, The,store, which was owned by the' School : \ Jil a pidlyslates c'xPUl1dltltC"11lpul.ltlun \ -
The implications of the he tim Thlilre followed a round of ; I: 4iris;, rooms",,',{ ,IX ,T,)qui-( > "
r. | t9 arrft! 4r E.IXtUh; l lralnpg"af rigorous I'' ;? IJSth' Srnl; ; +dhUgrl! i,elyn,4andn'81a1i l ; iry? b /
i Reagan-Watt policies 'are evsi- f Blandmg/ Camp fyson.j'J JMW' Jr'lJM" ?l'I ft'Prf5BJia5.: \ : "l"'f 1 jAgrRw'htg
an adequate mining ordinance 1('nn., W \! 'V waWfhPW/ fitlyhlliruafy : lPflfeftl! ) tf Jit I 110 the J
dent. and Camp Kilmer; N.J.ju she/ I9Jo! ( to the in country notes IJetheu.
They have little to do before such development : Asters' niece: incidents that help brighten an otherwise "More! people>> 11)'ali
more chances of
with saving money. They moves into the western part of .r..1 dull day behind the counter. accidental und careless fires. It also
Lillian recalls the time ,
seem designed to cripple Con- it a youngsterwas means more land
our county, as eventually sent into the store by his mother clearing, more dru-
gressionally ordained natural- will. Such mining does not lo ask the price of diapers. The price inge of normally wet areas more
resource, environmental, and need to be stopped, but it does County Agents By was given and the child left to report !forested areas encroachment into

public health programs that need to be adequately controlled to his mother waiting in the car out "It till adds to the fact
up that
interfere with their Bobby I" side. When the transaction! was completed people -
may max- and we cannot dependon have just got to
Notebook Lillian use, ...restraint., ,I.with
rang a slightly
imum development for the state regulations to do the Taylor higher than the one up first price quoted and oulHiuir hurt 11 mi--," '(/'' n v

benefit of industry. job. told the boy "That includes the lax." lores pamphlet! fire laws containing1' 'Florida's'
Ho looked at her and said and open)burning
., up "Well regulations available- frOln'JMv"'
Under the Reagan-Watt en- my mama uses pins.. ol "'Ol'l !' ision
vironmental funds for Wliy Nixon ? The rain earlier this week was not The rains and,wind should loosen bl''obtained tr'OfliL'II'' Irl; can
budget by
enough to break h'liiOIHlf -
our drought but In rikscussing her "
.. "
shucks and rl tirgnwtipl\ : tlui !
pecan permit ; .
pecan drop orestry; .. "
inspection and enforcement of every little bit helps. Strawberry and harvest 'should get underway says'.;"Working at Slump's Mil l lreal twetY'I ;a:,$ IlK "tati.lfMkidr au

strip-mining regulations are A letter writer in a nearby growers especially needed the rain soon. Looks like we only have a fair joy for me;.} was fortunate h 1)i'p 11''" ,Ullf<..:..'pl ids

to be cut by 44 percent-- daily writes since most were setting some plants crop of average quality in the area have good lo'alt'mphl'l'l's'und xre.it,. : }.iJi{ l' fI -_
obviously to make them as in- the newspaper to protest over the weekend and throughout this this year Some pecans that "set" on customers. I will..appreciate con;;/1.. .,;,:F'. _... .
effective Vital dispatch of Richard week. the tree did not fill out and later drop) .[,,Jinued patronage for J the new. owners;'.,. '
as possible. Nixon to help represent the ped. My guess Is that the dry weather ;hu'lyn'and' Jim Womayk.'my. nict-i, ,.r )tlgok'e 'rr t d'.
public-health research pro- United States Transplants like strawberries need Imd'm'phew as M
at the funeral of this spring caused, this in they continue! the
grams in such areas as airborne Anwar Sadat. a good bit of moisture until new roots groves.According. _

; .
are formed and the plant is established ,, l' "i:
contaminants, the x'a ,-, I
This can take several days and lo ",\ 3Thity adf

handling of uncontrolled requires pecan production : "I'f : olt
.J licri'ibrarjIlAp'n
a lot of irrigation if it does not (,
reports throughout the .
country, L .
hazardous wastes, and the rain. production is way up this pecan year. (II It ,: ./,... t."j' "" .J 'rint: fro I ge
protection of water quality Estimates"'are''there. are 84 percent ',t. handlcul8.; I IWhdt'dock

against industrial toxic Looks like our strawberry acreag t more pecans this year than were produced iraplunt1j' ; 1. t i ititiiLB : : WI : .
pollutants are all to be phased might increase a little this year. laattyear Big increases were in : : _"'re./ lly
few growers have plans to set mo : GeorgiqgtwtXexas.Jn9rtThWfoT6a3llsbapparently: meant Ml? meanMkla--d*ajj Bbrd
down drastically or completely and we have a couple of new grower ; ) 1fvilil'iilt4A published 'is 'inslgJyo! K-
(f 1 ,
eliminated. this year. < having dinary booH Is taualig'p 9
K its effccLcyi RjPfi i, paid for pecans at recent letter ;to"iW: Bradford .,"point type. J ... H ? -.r; ,
Most of our strawberries will be th the DCgmntnir'pr"i this season. The Telegraphfisadmission crlUtat'Pt the handling) Today mjjre'. khang:: ; j on
John B. Oakes, a former Sequoia variety again. However tw > Southeasle'rtffVruit and Vegetable pj-pbJ&Htf!& '1JIa; l an individual Americans abee4U.orittpt i In

senior editor of The New York or three growers will have sever I Repdrf 4 frtarmyre Georgia Department was havi.'g'.at the.Palatka: seven, Nearly halftbf'these'i Ice

Times, says: "The supreme 1rk" acres of the Douglas variety. TheiK ....9';Agrip*Wf N| V* d4ng',
cynicism of the plants are coming from Nova Scotia light movement in Florida saw Stuart was only created by-avrnisuse'lDCa:: !! rln : .fIoUeyer' <'nol Reagan program instead of California. Florida Athletic ASS 1I"J lit f} t.
This variety pecans-wiling for 60 cents to 80 cents : is that the President produces well in the Plant City area.: "per pound native or seedling pecans Card from the coach'vwtfe. The card. Some havf normal vision ,that{tires
could ,,achieveand even and seemed to do well for us here last sold for 40 cents lo 60 cents per pound; states that: This- eirtl \NbNrA k WliKf&helts' enjoy the fast and "

surpasshis worthy budget- year, mostly at 43: cents ,to 50 cents per TRANSFERABLE an Ai! &>&Lsd reading pate Large Print offers.easy
as admission
i cutting goals witnout declaring pound. to high school athletic,'K'' Here are some comments from a
Several folks are planting and cpntests for the person .listed rye oP; ,. Large
( Print
"It shocks
war on energy conservation me that a man ryegrass after the rain. It's time by Prices in Georgia were about the lion of school)), The person",, listed pro. -Herb Thomas: "I( love readers Mr.
on the nation's natural can disgrace his country be the calendar to plant and I'm hoping same. I'm hoping that prices will Improve the card was not Mrs. Edwardif;.'; ; "':-reading: so much easier.thenv-makes
That's all I
resources, and on the environ- forced to leave office in there is enough moisture to get crops sent costs to the of grower because of pre-- received; ( "I't"'Palatka ";Cad, now''tIrs. Mamie Lou EdWards -

ment. He has deliberately fail- disrepute and yet representthis up and growing. We are going to needas production of the Athletic High School < : "I 1 think they are wonderful--

ed to make serious reductions country before the world much grazing; as passible, since I"ll be attending the Governors' copy policy of Bradford Events High School Admission Ian.t read regular print but I can read
our hay and
i in the most inflationary and and be trusted with an impor- production),0'off, this year. '!: Small Farmer Conference in Ocala, our policy is very similiar to those we "It Large is Print Mrs. Hazel Richards:

'I' uneconomic of the pork-barrel tant mission," the writer I was hoping we wonM have more 250 this small weekend.farmers I understand from that about received' form other schools. Extensive the rgular so much type more? when comfortable" ,
misuse have vision
throughout of you a
1 projects that dot the South and says-and we agree.In rain this fall and our dafffemen would the state will he there to discuss their FHSAA cards have FACA cards and problem." Former Governor
j West at a cost of billions of plant I've clover in their grass pastures.-- ,problems and opportunities and try among several schools in concern Charley Johns: "I enjoy reading
addition to that Mr. Nix- talked many times about the our area them.
to determine the future and Large Print
dollars or books
to the taxpayer. If this value of clover small we are somewhat reluctant come in
in to admit such
on then left on what was term- a cow-calf-pasture farms in Florida.I'll a wide of "
variety interest
were done it would more than operation. I still encourage this and someone just because they "have ,
I ed a "private visit" to Saudi a card.
compensate for restoring recommend planting .If. we get sulli- report on the conference ,
Arabia, Morocco and other cient moisture..
many of the environmentally naG '? '*- week. I'm sure the situation could have Incumbents ''
sensitive areas--visits that .. J been handled Endorsed
I protective t. in a professional
marked for devastation.The programs now must have had some White .). I_)U.J.i.nA b...' i;. had the coaches from Palatka manner H.v Local Minister ':!;

House sanction otherwise he ,.",.,,0 ,_ ,n ..' been willing to discuss the Editor: ;
--. -., ''IJ'! '. problem- : ;' ,
would not have been receivedby -% rather than shouting and demanding It is with great pleasure that I van

game plan became obVious the heads of state.It .. .. r. authorized(that we admit to use someone the card.who was not endorse the 'following public4 ser
when Mr. Reagan vants: ,u$
app- ,
ointed anti-environmentalists is doubtful if any positive iitii ij ni1, I A decision favorable to the wife of lion Lawton l Chiles. U.S. Senate.
to ,almost every major environmental results were derived by the @ + the coach was made and if vindictiveness 2nd District I Don, .Fuqua, US. .congress, .
: post. One of these U.S. from Mr. Nixon's had been our intention that lion Gt' "1.4
John in and 'f decision would not have been made. :Mate Kirkpatrick: Florida$.
was B. Crowell)), former. presence Egypt ESTABLISHED Senate. ;

: general counsel of theouisianaPacific elsewhere.. The only possible 1179 <$, ,, MEMBER Jim Puncaru Principal. Hon. Frank Williams our own State!'

i timber benefit would have been to BOB. G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER 'Publishers Bradford Legislator, and Hon. Pete Skinner.

'I( company to be the assistant Mr. Nixon hims lf-a futile attempt *. ....bll"' ... each Thuraday and.M.r.d.'cr. Second ct... Matter th* High School. State We,Senator elderly of Lake City. :.

: secretary of agriculture in to help him recover foil OMI at Stark, tW under Act el March 3, Il7fSubscription together for those people who should,:..ork''

: charge of the national forests some of his lost prestige. It .tr., ., eO help just to keep are m mini of
rat In up growing>> in
tr.d..r.a $t Per Vearr $1 St. Months '
on which _LrP depends for would be better for all con- Outald.' flation. ','
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a **> (10 Ver $$.O Sis Monthi :MayGod
federally subsidized timber cerned if he .kept out of the rhe... U4-MOJ Start. *. Florida Two letter not on come back to help God.us In America), to

cuts.. public eye. any ordinary phone di.
t .1 l art "0" and "Z". Rev. Walter II. Lee
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Bailey and Kirk Minton _' 'D Oc DAV Auxiliary Received '

-. .Wed Sept. 25 at Hope Baptist Church The Social Side 4 1 Charter, Installs Officers

;, I Terry Lynn Bailey, daughter of Mr. State DAV Auxiliary Commander following a covered dish supper served ,
and Mrs. J. Frank Bailey of Theressa Fannie Proctor, of Ocala, presentedthe at 6:30 p.m.
and Kirk Allen Minton, son of Mr. and Gladys Mooty OJ TheSociety Charter Thursday night, Oct. 22, Charter officers of the Auxiliary, in-

Mrs. Lester, Minton of Raiford were to the newly ,-organized Disabled stalled at this time were: I/ez

t united in marriage Friday, Sept 25, Editor American<< Veterans Auxiliary Unit Kapellen. Commander: Pearl Andrews
t : Theressa with Rev. Pat Murphy perttdr 964-7608 News Ruby Morris Junior Vice-
toAlargel5 nuptials. << ceremony took place in the Commander; Abbie !Massey
brass candle arch >O 0 Pratt Street Recreation Center, treasurer-adjutant ; and Karen
HI! with lighted white tapers formed the Kapellen.?: chaplain.
Coca I point .on the altar. Cathedral Charier: members of the unit in addition
.l: r. baskets of large white chrysanthemums f Millie Simmons Starke Shriners to above officers, are: Ruby L.

pink gladiolus and carna- Hold DanceThe Bowen, Blanche Collinsworlh.N'avuda .
." lions and white pompoms were on Volley Starling, :' V. Edwards, Anna I n. Jones
;." either side Nine branched brass Announced'Millie Starke Shrine Club, with approximately Doris E. Lamb Vera M. Lewis Ruby
;I.">>* 'candelabras, Bostern ferns and areca st "c P w '1 60 couples attending, !Martin, and Katie !M. Owens,
,: .", palms were in the background. A unity Simmons of Starke and held a Halloween dance, Saturday !Martin Kapellen Commander of
'.M;> candle was lit following the Volley Starling of Kingsley Lake were' night at the Starke Woman's Club DAV No. 61. commended the wives
.,r. ceremony. united in marriage Sunday,Sept. 27 at Individual tables set up around the for organizing an auxiliary within one

A program of nuptial music was Pine Level Church after the 11 a.m. dance area in the auditorium were year after the DAV post was
.,}" 'presented by 'Terry Waldron, S J service. decorated in the halloween motif. reorganized in Slarke in September
>; organist, Stephanie Wheeler, pianist, H Many friends and relatives attended Dancing .to the tunes of Johnny 1980
'0 III.! and Lonnie Broome, soloist. including Millie's daughter, Bar. Jelenik's band from Jacksonville was Commander Proctor was assistedin
-*' ,'. .' bara Daniels and son, John Simmonsand enjoyed from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. the installation ceremonies by 4lh

'< ; ,}( .. ... several grandchildren; Volley's The Shriners plan to make this an District Commander Louise! o'Nwil.:'
> daughter and son-in-law Rose Marie annual affair. of Ocala.

". I; :\Ir, and Mrs. Kirk Minton and Bill Hardee. Other district officers attending the

The immediate families gatheredat Mini Revival At installation and supper were Clarence
Theressa and were served lunch by Humphries. 4th District VUeComniander. -
'1.,' and baby's breath accented granddaughters. .Carol Wise and Bayless Highway Church and Jack t'Iit'"I.Ilh) :'
*" French lace. Charlene Beam. District adjutant-treasurer.,
There will be a mini revival at
.11\I ; reception was held in the church The couple is residing at Kingsley. Bayless Highway CHurch beginningNov.

Hall. Sally Rex kept the Lake. 4 at 7:30: p.m. and continue Starke Woman's Club
.) book. The tables were covered -
through Sunday Nov. 8.
white lace cloths over burgundy Coming EventsThe
---- 5 a.a -- Rev. Charles Colbert pastor, will
/' The bride's table was cake centered Little Women to Host !Mr. and Mrs. Volley Starling bring the messages nightly. Everyoneis Starke Clean-up and
I three tiered
a wedding top-
attend these services. Bcautil'ication
invited to committee': sponsored
with a bride and groom with Halloween Dance the Woman's I
by Club will meet Mon
.I, < bells and pink roses. The cake Halloween dance is planned for dil\'. Nov. 2. at 12 noon at t the Western
','. made'by the groom's mother. Saturday night, Oct. 31, sponsored by BPW Club Holds Steer Steak House.
the cake were two silver Weeks. UDC
the Little Women. Annual -
l 1. and arrangements of ,K will be the first dance of the yearto To Meet Nov. 4 The SIII'kl''Cllmm's Club executive
"r carnations, white pompoms and The Starke Business &: Professional board .
be held at the Woman's Club in will meet Wednesday.Nov. .
Dora Broome and Cathy Starke. The members of Little Women's Club held its annual W.T. Weeks chapter U.D.C.'ill :' 4. ill. the Western! Steer !Steakhouse
cut the cake. business Woman's Week dinner meet Wednesday. Nov.. at :3 p.m. at
will Sat. ; at 12.
Women meet at 10 a.m. morning noon.
Minton and Kelly Minton to decorate and meeting at the Starke Chamber of the Western Steer Steak House with
bowl which prepare Mrs. R.A. Green Sr., and !Mrs Curtis
? at the punch was Commerce Building Thursday, Oct.
refreshments for the dance. For all Did You Know...........
with greenery'and pink car those who come in costumes, admis- 22, at 7 p.m. with President Della Sanders as hostesses.
... Elaine Crawford served the
sion will be half-price. Chaperonesfor Rosenberg presiding over the J ,D. Warren underwent eyesurgery
: the ghostly evening are Mr. and meeting. Elks Wednesday at Alachua
.. were Bea Sparkman and Mrs. J. T. Carver, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mildred Tye led the group in the LodgeHalloween Gl'nl'railltispital.
,..: Adams as floor hostesses'and Lane, and Ms. Jane Everett. Pledge of Allegiance, Lucille Shuford PartyElks
Crawford directed the wedding. gave a fitting Invocation, Novis Ward
Mr. and Irs.1"uril'I': On'rsl"t't'l)"
will have 1I"lIul'I'npurly
a wedding trip to St. led the group in the Collect and Lillian Lodge a
and sons Ritchie: and Wade attendedthe
the, is and masquerade on Saturday.Oct. .
couple residing at Pearson
Welcomed guests. October Fest in Helen (ia. Saturday -
Alpha Nu 31 at H allht'
Lake. Chapter Della Rosenberg introduced the p.m. Lodge to Monday.Rosiia's .

bride graduated from Keystone holds planning workshopThe Women of Yester Year:. Bertie Olson, -- -
.School in 1978 and the groom Arlin McKnight, Lillian Stump, Norma .
from Bradford High School Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta
)J..111"I' Dean Thompson, Joyce Riherd,
Kappa Gamma met Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Lillian Pearson, Esther S. Hall, and
in the library of Union County High other guests.
Iota Delta School for a planning workshop. Della presented a beautiful plaqueto 964.7570 597 Raiford Road

Halloween An inspiring devotion on "Altitudesand Mona A. Canova. Woman of the

... Oct. 30 Aptitudes"-II given by IxinitaMcGill Year, 1981 and gave highlights of her ( Hair CutS. . . . . $4.00
using Timothy 2:16: us a illustrious
I" career as a mother, music
.:. Iota Delta Beta Sigma basis for discussion.At teacher, church worker and Sunday k Shampoo & Set . . 4 . $5.00
halloween the planning workshop the year's
'I' hold a party and school teacher and community pro-
::1' ( ) Oct. 30 at 6 p.m. at the home programs were' set. Alice jects.A Hair Color. . . . extra $5.00
Krankenbc-rger, challenged each
Bowen. program delicious I dinner was enjoyed, Special
.," attending the fourth an- committee to otl'er interestingand completing the evening with the sing-

Witcherie area luncheon relevant. topics at each "ulun'meeting. ing of the Emblem Benediction. Perm Wave (zotos) . . $15.00
\ in Daytona beach were: Har-
Doughnuts and spiced tea wereserved
Byran, Connie Best, Ronda .
to the 25 members present -
Rose Smith,Diane Hodges, Each memberwas presented! with a '
and Marie The
Cooney Wynn
I trick or treat bag 1 lied 1 with assorted'goodies "
's' enjoyed games/ a (fashion;show
which included a tout hbruh. ,
I I ; putohby'thedaytonaBeach Hostesses for* t ho meeting'were:, 42'yeQ' ''Clnd
Xi Epsilion: : 1.1,;. IS : Q
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"M MNMN1P4, \ \ WNftel'Sharpf' i'yonjlAhcen ''': ,SR' ., 'J' Cryu too.
I ; .,. : ; ; I' ( 'wIa'; '' r 'd .
: )I I a'cnapler selling1raf0es nnl l Martha+1hbergxyr Kiherd.'' ''Lrtnita, / J\(1 t.Uttnd'I: ; .t(. i' ,, l ,

and means project. ,

'" regular meeting will be held at Did You Know...,....... 6illiOn dollars
Bowen's home Nov. 3 at 7:30:

Rushees are invited to attend
as it will inform them of Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Godwin of -

I activities of Beta Sigma Chagrin Falls, Ohio will spend Dec. We ore pleased ;fo present our financial acquired Through a merger with counts now number over 12.600
I :3-10 with their mothers Mrs. Bertha statement for the year ended Guoronry Federal of Gainesville), with deposits totaling approximately
.j.. Pearce and Mrs. Eve Godwin. .Sept. Oa 1fl1. (ft view of the economic growing from 19 lo 29 locations. We $10.7 million. We ore gratified or!the
(/ Did You Know........... uncerrolntles: which hove affected now popularity of this new service be> i
\ Mrs. J.G. Sims and children were the savings and loan Industry ber of customers homrtCharlottero cause we continually seek> better '

E. Perkins of Gainesville visiting her mother Mrs. Earl Searing nononwlde.-Wf ore especially proud Gainesville. We are committed to ways ro occommodore the needs of
: ;l visiting his sister. Mrs. Earl last week-end. to be able ro report the following o sound policy of growth, and plan our customers.
i r. : very reassuring figures. and occom- to open our 30th office next month In
i on Tuesday. .
I ''pllshrrtents. Cope Coral Finally it was on excellent year for
.i our depositors also who earned a
,UI, .'Our assets grew by' $205 million Last January we Introduced Interest- record $9d.6 million In interest-on
rhI totaling over.51, billion for the first bearing checking accounts. These oc- increase of 42.0% over the previous
time in our history.,This figure classesus yea
A 0 0 among the top 100 associations In
$1177 billion We at Fortune Federal look forward ro
country a future of growrlS and Mobility. We
An equally Important Indicator of our believe our record of 47 years of servo :
3:114: mj'wf1THDai2EOo a.En strong' financial condition Is growth In $972 million ice sound management and expertise

net worth. Fortune Federal's net worth 5 '? a Is reason for confidence.On .
increased 7.O.hom $31.7 million 0, HLo ....<,,,)1 behalf of !the officers and directors
to $55.5. million which Is nearly twice t!>ih '' '',' $"
.# lr L 'f':'r of Fortune( Federal I wish ro!thank you
-regulatory requirement. "
9illu ,. for continued and
;*-f''Q'Tft your support
: T These two figures-total assets and I.J!f ; encouragement.
rdvln6I net worth-are the best measures of I', ;;,,;'tA .
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Soon Mo and loan offer i '" '""
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Into New Offices I uh Its customers. iLS,"I' ., ,,

h7 301 S.lnUwt yiH' ) I u. Fortune Federal grew 50% In another ", ".,..,
71NI e'+ Important respect. We hove added \. Hammock
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0 Cash on.Hand,*.aodMDanfc t 932.194.03) Saving!Accounts. . .......... t 11.027.610.416.72, .

lnvWgtn.nnond Demand Account .... .. .... 18.72 .806 39

': yl.l.e. ... oO.460.433.64 I 69.392.628.47 .........: .
Advances from FHIO ,n 27,250.000.00kwolyneatoons
Loons. .. .... .. ... 1.031.188.eSJ.23 .
30711423.3 Other Oorrowed Money.. ........ 16.493.392
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jSJjl'(47 'AlOIh loau.. .*. . .. ... 16.089.496.13 loons.m Procew .,... .. :::.. ;''.: 14.976.044.49

/ss.ane : tooJEjtawOwrwd: ..... .. .. 173.409.44, Inc_ . ......: $..116.991.411i

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,. Did You Know........... Fill Out Ques'uon lre.
VA Pensioners AskedThe
RL Mrs. Julia Underhill has returned Veterans Service Officer for
after two weeks in North Florida Bradford County and the American
where she had-
r Regional Hospital Legion Post 56 urges veterans and
BIRTHS surgery. widows receiving V.Ai pensions to
complete the Income Question Card|If
Titusvilla was
John Williams of
? a k of his they receive one with their November
Monday overnight Williams. V.A, pension check.If .
mother, Mrs. Mack ,you need help with completingthe

Joshua Randall Crews Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr. card the Veterans Service Officeis
0 Randy and Peggy Crews of Starkc and Mrs. Tommy Huggins and in the Bradford County Courthouse.
announce the birth of a son, Joshua families, Mrs. Eva Rock and Mrs. Ed- The office will be open each Wednesday
Randall, born Oct. 15 in Alachua na Prevatt were vacationing in the from 8:30: to 4:30.:

I General Hospital. Smoky Mountains recently.Mr. .
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Concerned Citizens Hold

II I Mrs.parents Bob are Cooper.Mr. and Paternal Mrs. .Harold grand _....., 'I'VVTuc ._ --....,.," daughters. and Mrs.of Charles Jacksonville Whiteheadand were Monthly Meeting

I Crews. Paternal greatgrandparentsare Andrews Saturday evening dinner guests of his Concerned Citizens of Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.B. County, Inc. will hold their regular
Mrs. Kirby (Carrie) Crews.. Church of Christ Whitehead.Mr. meeting on Monday, Oct. 26, at 7:30

Gospel Meeting/ p.m. in the R.J.E. Cafeteria 1080
Marl Beth Esplnosa and Mrs. R.L. Epperson have North Pine Street. All members and
Mr. and Mrs. AI Espinosa of November 1.5A moved into the Evergreen Woods interested citizens are urged to at-
4 Alachua announce the birth of a gospel meeting will be held Sun Retirement Center.in Spring Hill, Fl. tend. "
daughter, Marl Beth, born Oct. 9 in day through Thursday at the Starke
Gainesville. She joins a brother Bill, Church of Christ. Services will begin Mr. and Mrs. X.M.. Smith were Sp. 4 Freddie Bell
age 8 and a sister, Munci age 4. with Bible Study classes at 10:00 a.m. sight-seeing in the Smoky Mountainslast On Duty in Panama
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and week.
, Morning worship' services will beginat
I Mrs. William Nemeth of Starke.
11:00: a.m. All evening services will
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and begin at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Nook Norman, Mrs. Spec. 4 Freddie L. Bell son of Mr.
Mrs. Luis Espinosa of Alachua. The church will host a Gospel Sing Leon Norman, Mr. and. Mrs. Gene and Mrs. Freddie D. Bell of Lawtey,
Sunday afternoon beginnning at 2:30: Norman and Mrs. Roy Clemons spent has arrived for duty at Fort Clayton,
Jeremy Wade La jole Saturday to Monday of last week in Panama.
Mrs. Brenda Lajoie of Starke an- p.m.The evangelist for the meeting will the Smoky Mountains and Georgia. Bell/, a field wireman with the 193rd
'nounces the birth of a son, Jeremy be Tuck Andrews of Belle Glade. He is Infantry Brigade, was previously
Wade, born Oct. 23 in Alachua a widely known minister throughoutsouth Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas were in St. assigned at Fort Knox, Ky.
General Hospital.! He joins a sister Florida and will be to Petersburg Thursday and Friday
Traci age 8 and a brother, age 4. Palatka soon to begin local'moving work with where Mr. Haas attended the annual Did You Know.........,.
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. the Church of Christ there. Veterans' Affairs Conference for all
-- .-_.- Roy Clemons and the late Mr. The people of the Church of Christ county veterans service officers. Mrs. Janice Carter of Burke,Va. is
Members of the Atlanta Chamber Players who will appear in concert at the Clemons. Paternal grandparents are would like very much for the people of They visited their son-in-law and visiting her brother, Rev. Warren
I Slarke Woman's Club Thursday night November 5. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lajoie, all of this area to share these services with :daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Langer/and daughter, Allison for 10
Starke. them and extend a warm welcome for Trimpey in Tampa on Friday( night days.
everyone to attend. and Saturday.

Atlanta' Chamber Players Did You Know.......:...

Concert Will Close ville'Mrs.spent Carol Thursday McLendon to Monday of Jackson-with Your Favorite Is, Back!

her mother, Mrs. L.II. Jennings. D's.
I When Carol went back to Jacksonvilleshe Captain ,
Arts Festival Nov. parked her car in a parking lot
while she attended class and it was '
totaled by fire of unknown origin. 'CHICKENDINNER
The Atlanta Chamber Players will ico with the Atlanta Symphony; Matthias .

bring down the final curtain on the Naegele, cellist, has served as Mr. and Mrs J.F. Joudan of Bran-
1981 Santa Fe Community College principal cellist of the Sao Paolo State
don were Friday visitors of Mr and
Fall Festival of the Performing Arts Orchestra and has a degree from the Mrs. M.F, Hazen.. $299
with a concert at the Starke Woman's Royal College of Music in London. '
Club Thursday Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. The Atlanta Chamber Players have Mr. 'and Mrs. George Huggins 'attended -
been cited in the New York Times for DAYS !
New In their sixth season the Atlanta' homecoming at Spring Hill : 1 IQlporhCopalong
their "unusual success" in furthering .
Chamber Players are recognizedas Methodist Church Alachua CQ IoInO'fj ->
near on
outstanding chamber musicians chamber music and for an imaginative '
the first full time repertoire. Other accolades Sunday. Ar i&
professional include: ''Consistently of high
chamber' ensemble in the Judge and Mrs. R.A. Green Jr. and :
Southeast.The caliber, The Atlanta Journal and
Mr. and Mrs. Canova
George -were
"first rate" The Atlanta Constitution.The .
1 program-for'next Thursday's ,
vacationing in Black.Mountain, N.C.
concert will be followed by a
I concert will feature the music of last week. -
j Beethoven Roussel, and Brahms. brief meet-the-performers reception
1 This exciting troupe features six ex- sponsored by the host'StarkeWoman's Mr. and Mrs' ,Charles Green of

cellent musicians: Melanie Cramer Club.Benne" Deland ,Were I Friday and Saturday ;.:,. .
J flute, who has studied in France and visitors their parents Mr. and Mrs. ,.' h.fj fjt .
Italy and is on the faculty of the 'Family Herbert Green and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
: ,
Georgia Academy of Music; Robert Reunion Held Taylor .: fi'Q. f i
J Brown, clarinet, is principal clarinet -
1 of The descendants of the late Richard
the Atlanta Civic Opera Orchestra; Mr. and Mrs. WinlVed Hazen of
Paula Peace, piano has studied in and Hettie Lang Bennett held their '
Switzerland and annual family reunion at the home of Gainesville were visiting Mr. and "' .. .
was a pupil of -.. '
1 Leonidas Lipovetsky; Charles Sher- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett in Lawteyon 'Mrs.,M.F., ;Hazen.on' .. Sunday, j&,. .,, fKV V; "- w

ba, violin,, has been first violinist of Oct. 25.Approximately. : ,Mr. a'nd\ Mrsi BrownTofRedlteyylnd. 3t5kik 1 ... .
Ralph -
\ the Milwaukee Symphony; ,Consuelo 7$ relatives attend-' 7 j apt rm K." rd!It' -- -- -- r ;wr '

.Fjherbay......II! ....lol.: ,8t"\..,recentl.., .....I'.of.".'tottred'Mex.... -"" 'td'to enjoy Tl buffet?luncheonr/Thef'' ;/ :"Mr. and Mro)re-guests George W.this B|,owns' "week f, r.. >' Hgenerous'ortlon' tender:boneless breast of chlckervj eta.?J, t
.1; 'hJ .,j oldest present) waiJ.ueltJap'kwB who ? ', ?,. .>. aAjfil! ; *Cci s speI 2Lfiy e V,.fWrjpogqw .Plenty of french'Irle1! ;r'
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I a"A JT8Ye4fsold'Td'C.Yd' esh,eHJdmy cole slaw .". delltlotls s
I :,_'Thfat Instead of Tick" J"I Amanda Bennett daughter of Mr. Mr. anc the*Cweekend Mra*\George in.'Tallahasseevisitng FlywfJr.spent : i-\, home made hush puppies-:

and Mrs. Danny Bennett, who is one 1il.'..y.. '. ,
Halloween Night their sort and daughter-in-law :. 'M
month old.After ,. .'
Mr and Mrs. ,Reggie and .. !ij < Captor D'si
> Flynn '
On.Halloween night, most people lunch plans for 'next 'years'reunion : daughter l1iss.va Jayne Flynn. o.n.;; I! L
'will be made. Information for .
out "Trick or Treating, but were 1 \ seafood & hamburgers
I the young people of the Starke the family tree was gathered and 5 ***"" '
discussed. h I ...like like it!
i Seventh-day Adventist Church l.iwy. Nor you
.Mr. and Mrs:.Lewis Woods of Live : \ 301
through its Pathfinder Club, will be Good food fellowship and lots of fun
out TREATING. They will be collec- was had by all in attendance. Oak spent Saturday and Sunday with 'i'.... Starke Florida if 'or"
ting food, clothing, and canned goods ,Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Luell ,his mother; ;:Mrs..'.'Linnie Woods and' 964.8100 ,
for the needy folk of Bradford County. Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mrs. Estelle/ McCullels' was a Saturday 1-
Later,they will add fresh fruits and Mr. and Mrs. James Williams, Oral visitor. a;. y" ,
Tanner John Zalk Renee Crawford ., "" 'tWAr. ..
vegetables and make up Thanksgiving .
Baskets for the many needy Mrs. Judy Norman Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J.G"; Jacicson and Mrs. Lita -- .
families in this area. Be a "Good Ernest Beeman Ms.Rhonda Bennett, Cook spent the weekend with Mrs. I la !
Neighbor" this halloween by treating Ms. Diana Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Rain in Chiefland and attended the J J: hum IT1 @m2TI 'Ei"J' b.
some unfortunate family in your com- Buster Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Joey 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and
munity.. Give to a Pathfinder. They Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamson Mrs. Auburn Ethridge on Sunday

I will be around on Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs Donald Bennett afternoon. ,*,. .\ ..
i Oct.,31,. between 6:00: and 8:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bennett, Mr. and W. have a fin.,
They will be in uniform and they hope Mrs. Wayne Bennett Mr. and Mrs. ."
I you will be waiting for them. See you Keith Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Roger To ,All My .5v.acl.ian. of -
then! For more information call Bennett< Dennis Bennett, Mr.., and ,
I 782-3464 or 964-5449. Mrs. David Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Valued l Customers : .,Hallmark Giant;

Danny Bennett Doug Bennett, Mr. Hicks Poodle .
18th Annual Brown and Mrs. Dean Bennett Mrs. Elsie GroomingWill '.Mantater Punch .
Bennett and families. Traveling the Be Going Out
Family Reunion HeldOver longest distance was Mrs. Elsie Ben ,Of Business. Out: Dwcapationsa; '
j nett of Holly Hill.
108 people gathered at the
Because of health problems. Dec. '
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert For Your Ham.ecaratial:1a. 4
i Brown *
road Did You Know........... 23rd will be the last day of groom- I ,
on Morgan on Sunday, Oct. II to '
attend the IHIh annual Brown family and ing. : ..
reunion.. Mr. and Mrs. Rip O'Steen Thank You
Heather attended the October
Luther Woods said grace at the and touredthe For Your -
f Fest in Helen, Ga. Patronage
tables where
more than 200 covered
dishes were served. Smoky Mountains from Thursdayto r-- Hallmark '

Alter dinner members were enter- Monday. t(>". lJ_
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I tinned by country and folk musicpn'st'nl ,I i 'Halloween (

<'d by Mr. and Mrs. Donald .. ..Ii .
'rawford of Raiford. '<" ...:.'... Cards that
Out-oMown guests attending were:
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cochran.Sr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cochran of Lake The Starke ,Say Your L :

Butler; Mr. and Mrs., Donnie .
Crawford of Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. llIfIIQll Nic! Civitian HalloweenMessage -
Luther Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ,
Woods of St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. lliJ 1iI :I 3 ClubWoyHfLike ',
Johnny Purlette of Kiasimmee Mr.I,I J-c '
and Mrs. Roger Brant)' of Green I Best' .

,Cove Pavilock.Springs Mr. Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Michael Greg r Q IfIQ[ ) 1 GJpm} ,

Brown of Clearwater; Mr. and Mrs. [p TII ML 1' Thank ,. Check Our Selection Of
Ancel Brown, Mrs. Lcaton Morgan.Sr. .
of Tampa. Kenny Brantley of
Tallahassee, Charles Brant])' of the following individuals and businesses for ad- Party Goods for
Orlando; Ms. Kim and Ms. Karmel w A'
ding to the success of the First Annual Indian
Ferin of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bernice Autumn
Bruce (of Loganville, Ga. Summer Arts & Crafts Festlyail' '. Elegance


' I Bayles Highway Has Larry Bruner H .& i ,

t Annual Fish Fry Norman's ProduceL.W.C.I. Gus Kopelousos "'.' Our fan .., ."" 'i""
r Wendy'sGainesville and gold rea urges tvveryytlu ng from cups and NSI '
. .
Gilmer Watford
Mr. and Mrs. were \
I Sun WPXE ,- \< naptons 10 playing cards and makes auiumn
hosts to the annual fish fry for N enlenoirung easy \,
Bayless Highway Church at their Florida Times-Union Bradford Co. School Bd. '.

home on Sampson Lake last Monday Bradford Co. Telegraph Flowers' Bakery i r-:

afternoon. Sun IceStarke SQwy. .Slo Gas,, .
Mr. Watford caught the fish and Print Shop Williams J.w.lry 2 Locations to serve you. ." \ ,
Mrs. Watford did the cooking on an Union ;
Hardee's Meat Mark.t County Time
1 Bradford Co. Fair Assoc. Offlo. .
outdoor grill. The ladies of the church I
+ 83 N.W.
2nd Ave., lAke Butler ,
Youth Softball Assoc .
brought the goodies to go with the Charles Hall ,
fish. Mr.Watford surpirsed the group Bobbie Sue O'Brien Carol Hordin IlGW.c.USt..SUrke0. THE \ :
with an oyster stew at the end. Fain Bateman & o-- .
Mr Mrs. Buel Hudson .
" After supper the group enjoyed an David \\\OFFICE\ ,',

old Norman fashioned and gospel his harmonica.sing led by T.N.He McRae PfennlngerMike Joe" Sapp ,r -V. .SHOP> >

time favored country the group tunes.with A good several.time was old Remember th. festival is the last' Saturday inS L.. .:, .& .& 4 IV\I .,:A* >J t .

reported: Those by all.attending. thank Mr.and Mrs. pt.mb.r In 1982. It will b. S.pt. 25, 1982 at' Bradford .:

Watford for their hospitality. County Fairgrounds. .
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: f : the frying pan to the fire. use up the clock and make Buchholz Lane the sophomore who: stepped: in
: it 19 1 Bradford High's Tornadoes ant In earn its points." at cornerback when Larry Long was
that situation this week-going from a The injury-situation isn't improved lost to injury and who also is listed as I
loss to North Marion's Colts last weekto much though defensive tackle Dale the number 2 quarterback, appears
a home-Held tilt with the Buchanon may see more action, Eric doubtful with a still-bothersome/ knee.
.a "far undefeated Buchholz Bobcats.
rn.ur The 'Cats a team loaded with 34
seniors are 6-0 overall and atop the BUCHHOLZ at BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES.
gfival District 5-AAA pile with a 2-0 record FACTS
# .. (along with Santa Fe 6-0, 3-C)) after '.
whipping Eastside 42-0 last week. Game Sites Bradford Stadium; kickoff 8 p.m. '
Now ranked 9th Buchholz is BUS Season Records Tornadoes (0-5 with losses to Baker Co. ((7-13)', rye'. :'.
Coach David Hurse's favorite to cap Palatka (0-55)( Santa Fe ((0-19)), St. Augustine ((6-16)-) Gainesville
., ture the District 5-AAA title and move 0-28)and( ) North Marion '((15-41) Buchholz 6-0 with wins over
deep into Florida's class 3A playoffs. Crystal River (48-0), St. Augustine (14-13)), Englewood ((30-12)() ),
"They can do just about anything" Gainesville US (21-0) Bolles ((34-3)), and Gainesville Eastslde
.' J Hurse said Monday when asked about (42-0)). .
: Buchholz's offensive preferences. Series History: The Tornadoes'lead the serIes{ with 6 wins to 3
"They've got a fine offensive line experienced Buchholz victories and 1 tie since a 26-0 Bradford victory. in the first'
.;J:'. .: ,,j'...... .,. ''. :.. ___ running backs and that meeting In 1971. '"
"'\: ...."!. ;, quarterback (Sean Cannon numbers Last meeting;The Bobcats took advantage of 8 Tornado fumbles 1
; .. : ) is a good solid kid. They have very 'to score a 36-0 whitewash on Florida Field in Gainesville last year1. ;
\t \ "' ;, few non-seniors starting (3 to be exact Players to watch for Buchholz: The Bobcats truly are a"fine team
.:- '. \' ''11/'"c"1.:\. all on defense) and they execute without a superstar balance is their keyword. But notthat; they
1 .t very very well."Buchholz don't have some outstanding players. A senior backfield is led by
''0'r 4iel' ''iT ht has got everything going poised'quarterback Sean Cannon (number 5)). rough fullback EdO'Neil
for them right now and we're going to (46),and tailback Sylvester Hunter(21)( ),who has run for 485
Eight Hands Aren't Quite Enough... have to play good football. we can't yards and 8 TD's in 5 games.
afford to make all those mistakes we Key matchups: "We can't afford to make all those mistakes likewe -.
It wasn't for lack of effort that this wasn't caughtin
pass Tim Lewis, Marvin Lane (the Intended
!Mulling. "
I Tuesday's youth flag football league game betweenthe had last week or they'll blow us right did last week or Buchholz will just blow us off the field, said
), and
receiver Quiette.
Cowboys and Rams. Jimmy off the field." BUS Coach David Hurse Tuesday and he states a fact Buchholzhas
Giving it their best shots are (left to right Chuck For details on the youth flag games see pg. I3A: Hurse said the gameplan at BUS probably the most balanced (and best) club in District 5-AAA.
this week is to"work on some runningand with a strong aggressive defense and offense that can strike both
passing plays the kids can execute in the air and via ground, and a good kicking game. ,
so we can hang onto the ball,

Key XCountryTest Your. going to l tlto Eskerd's J

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ThursdayThe Ph to Ofter. / VISA9 '..

'TVvto*Me.....'.M Get an extra M stage is set for the season- ii color or black and whit print Mm developed and printed.famous .
ending Bradford High cross country I TIJ TODAY AND EVERYDAY. '
29.moot in Starke this Thursday, Nov. Trice *t. Mm _.Get two'roll ol print Mm' for the price ot ohsKodecolororblackandwhite.whenyouhaveyourfilmprocessed '

The meet which is slated for 3:30: at Eckerd's,..TODAY AND EVERYDAY. '
p.in, at the course behind the Middle Twte *>.Ounfonteo?. Buy' only the prints you want No
t> 'hKII.l will be a four-way affair with hassls' -evsn if the.goof was in the picture taking .
North Marion Baldwin and Mid-
all due to the
dli-burg run against
Bradford boys and girls. ,/$ #P"8 ##$ @$ J .J WI/HIHUH'N# .. '-"--'HHVAW"wM'u ,' '/ '/////H////UU///U///U///HU//H/HH////////////U//h

The Lady Tornadoes will be out to 7 IRR R # lb W' ##$ f..o.w/ N/////// i. '" .... ,
protect their season long string of r I
wins in dual. tri,or quad meets where
they are unbeaten after a forfeit win .
ut Palatka Tuesday North Marion J.
Inures to give that streak a severe W/.i 1.I
lest as the Lady Colts are ranked by
BHS coach George Loper as one of the
chief contenders in the Lady Tornadoes lI
battle for a top 4-5 spot at

districts I Friday, Nov. 6. at St. JohnsRin'r I ,' ... r.Q\ ,. : a sCs

Community College) z ..;.n ;...,.,... ...... ..wr 4til +invslf: +t dNrlxewreA..e
The lit IS toys who have lost only to'PaJdlka ,
(twice) and Santa Fe in (heJUMmaiKlunder a I,\ ..iorq/ \01 t1C... r1f11ars.
( clashes also havesomething etae.Pp.y
to prove now that they are I I I 1
hack near lull-Mrr-ngth/ alter a rash of
minor injuries. -

Our kids are well aware of the 17'i ., "
strength\ of North Marion." cross IRISH TWICE'
country' coach George Loper said I AQUA FRESHTOOTHPASTE WHITE
Tuesday in anticipating the final competitive KLEENEX SPRING AS FRESH '
run over the home course! HAIR SPRAY wi

everything. on the line come Thursday 4.oouNcgr Ts ouNCE 09 MCK/o MO SHEET I z.: i
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7geI .1 11.9 67 1'1
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place showing by Richard Warren IS1 off label. Limit 1 please reflects 30" off label. Limit 1 Gillette. Limit,1 pack please 12 on label.Limit 2 boxes time aroma.Limit 3 bars please' a spray. tThoice oLw

SI. Augustine was a no-show and 'le'ilfi.l 1J1n1} tt UMAii't
since Palatka has no girls sqaud the .
Lady Tornadoes hud it easy, running
l h) themselves t in the boys race just --
hl'stII the lilts l finishers there with i TABLETS IrI117IID'11! SHAMPOO DECORA; R e w
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Top Broncos I MURINEEVE :

finale Tuesday for night's the Lady Tornado season I :,.s1;z. 99C ii DELUXE SHOWER :)so o fe is

\'ollej'bailers was a good one in every ..... ... .. ...... ORGANIZER CRAYOLACRaYONSap.In

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let the second-stringers off the TMIfWO --- ,. .......... set Pm.d .POll U .t vows. 'ni
bench and into the action. Arrange toiletries 1 loca IBdlfferentcolors .
Theresa Ray. Monique Chandler. I t lion. Clips on showerhead.' hours of fun. Non-toxic.
Jewell Broughton Patricia Slocum LISTERMINT WONDRA :'q s"I
Wendy McOougale and Sylvia Hollis. MOUTHWASH SKIN LOTION //1\\ ...w.MEi. .
all young players in their first year of 24-OUNCI 10-OUNCC. --ow

volleyball started game one of Tues- I ...."$.... .... 159 ....I'tlcecl ...79C-
day's match at Middleburg Ill
Price reflects 40 off
Price reflects 50'off ,
until the first
stayed on stringerswere label. Limit.1 pleaseGILlETTI / .label.:,Umu>piease
inserted with BHS trailing 90. "
BUS lost that game 15-11 (despite
the regulars outscoring the Lady !
Hroncns 11.6but came back to easilywin :
the next two games 15-4 and 1S-3 .PARR- ,
l lu ems their regular campaign with a 5 SHAVE CREAM EMERY BOARDS .e ii
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;Freshman Pro-Am Weekend for Moxley

Whitewash Was 'The Royal Treatment

Starke's Ben Moxley Sr. got lucky back in September to draw a ticket for an
all-expenses weekend to the Disney World Pro-Am golf tournament'and as far
L as he was concerned last weekend's mini-vacation to the Pro-Am was his
Baker 190With : lucky weekend number two.
Moxley and his wife Gwen got the King and Queen treatment: courtesy of
every player seeing action the Disney World with such royalties as free meals at any of the Magic Kingdom
freshman Tornadoes had plenty restaurants an Elgin electric watch golf shoes, balls a hat and socks for he
enough firepower to knock off weaker r P and a $100 gift certiciate for any of the Disney World stores for she.
Macclenny-Baker Co 19-0 Tuesday "Oh we had a big time" Moxley said of the five day stay at the Polynesian
night on the road and stretch their .Hotel which he won by "lucking out" at a drawing at last September's pre-
season mark to 3-2 with just one classic tournament at Disney. "We go down there every year for the pre-
left-! another road game at North IIr c classic. They have drawings! all t the time and we got lucky and won the grand
Marion Tuesday.Nov 2. prize" the local golfer said with a hearty laugh.As .
Four different players got on the ,- for the golf it was understandably less memorable in Moxley's mind
Scoreboard for the Tornado 9th than the cards passed outwhich entitled him among other things to free
graders. First, with quarterback meals a Buick and driver for transportation at his fingertips and now entitlehe
Barry Warren at the controls BHS and his wife Gwen to free entrance to the Magic Kindgom and Disney
drove about 60 yards with 175-pound World golf course for a year. Moxley and his amateur partners weren't so
fullback Oliver Tyson bursting over < lucky in the lottery for pro's picking far down the list and drawing little-
from 13 yards out to make it 60. known pro's Ron Garcia and Bill Icelee for the first day on the Palm Course
In the second period the Tornadoeswent Jeff Mitchell and veteran Victor Regalado for round two over the Buena Vista
on another march with backup /:".,' layout and Jacksonville's David Eger and Tom Jones for the third and last
quarterback Mathew Widener .' round at Magnolia.
leading the way. Get did Brown pun '(.,', ". "You talk about scared...," Moxley said with a chuckle. "I got upon that tee
',,: '. "! r with the gallery people standing all the Man,after been
ched the ball in on a 12 yard run to up p over place. you laying
the advantage to 12-0 at the half. l'0: :''1'It.'l'' in Starke.,. I was scared to death. I said,'just let me get this ball off the
Early in the' fourth period Kerry ( ,,,,\\1.111"0' tee.: Then" I went and hit the best ball I've hit in my life outdrove both thepro's.

flail capped the scoring with a 30 yard .
TD scamper and John David Francis ,Tyson Bulls Through... "It really.was a lot of fun" he said inclosing, obviously hoping he'll "luck

toed the conversion point. The earlier Freshman fullback Oliver Tyson ((32): shown here touchdown Tuesday night as the 9th graders topped Mac- in" to a return trip one day
two conversion attempts that failed breaking off tackle. against flay two weeks ago. scored a clrnny IM! .
were runs after Baker was penalizedto
move the ball to the II'a yard line.

7 plays"We He said played" said Tyson JV everybody Coach Brown Rick at Hall least Stevens.Tony 6 or I Terwillegar Captures Rotary Golf TournamentClyde I Mitey Mites, MidgetsStill

Davis Antonio Jones an1; Mike Earlyall
contributed some breakaway runs. Terwillegar benefited from the Calloway system ""We had a lot of fun even though the last 6 or 7 holes for
Offensive linemen Clint Hutcheson. just enough to win the Starke Rotary Club's annual some of us were in the rain," tourney coordinator Jim
Donald Thornton, Dan Duffy;and i.uw Scholarship Golf Tournament last weekend. Womack said of the event which helps fund a Rotary Atop ConferenceThe
starters Rusty Sullivan and Richard Terwillegar shot a net 76 at the Starke Golf & Country' scholarship for students in the northeast Florida area.
Orton were cited for their blocking Club which turned into a 71 under Calloway scoring while The top ten read like this: 1)) Clyde Terwillegar 71. 2))
work and Stevens said "everybody runnerup Jack Hazen came in with a 74 that was a Jack Hazen 72, 3)) Drew Reddish 74, 4) Dr. H.H. Adams. Cowboy ,Mite)' Mites and The lliteIiles! whipped Union
that was in there on defense did a Calloway 72. Third place went to Drew Reddish with Red 74, 5) Jim Duncan 74, 6)) Morris Williams 75, 7) Charlie Midgets kept rolling along in con County 26-0 last weekend in Lake
good job" as Macclenny never came dish Dr. II.H. Adams and Jim Duncan all shooting Flynn 73, 8)) Pat Farnsworth 76. 9) J, E Tomlinson 76 10) ference Pop Warner play recently, Butler while the Midgets bluotrd\ Bel-
close to getting on the Scoreboard. Calloway 7-Ts. Bill Wilson and Curtis Sanders 77 both winning to stay undefeated in Mcd 50-0 two weekends ago in Starketo
I their divisions. wrap up their division title and then
blanked a Jacksonville' toam.lK-0 last

-- .... .. -,. Salurda '.
Also the Pee Wee Cowboys had Unload
on he I unbeaten Union Co. Pee
Wee's but ended up losing 1MH.! '
Both the Mite).' Mites and :Midgetsget
: rugged tests this weekend as both
f'Indian coachesRonnie Padgett ol the :Mitey
HalloweenPartytime :Mites and Ronnie Thomas ol the
!Midgets. rate the opposition as tough
Iocs.The :Mite)' :Mites face illusion
rival Callahan with a chance toclinclr
its league title while the :Multfc': lace
: ? Orange Park w ho Thomas I inures his
club will face again in the h'agul'l
playolls' Saturday. Nov. 21 here in i
Starke.fc .
/ .\Iitc,)' ;Mites 2fj
SNICKERS | Union County 0

Cc PUfyliDklna =+ Candy Corr y The ('"whuylIt! 1.lih'lI: kept I their
/ unbeaten and uiuicorrtl-on streaks t going -
Candy COrnBRACH'S '. at .>straight games w ith a 20-0 w in
/ at Lake Butler last week iiiul with thetin
;; INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED H 'A sot up a big battle with rugged! l
CANDY CANDY "/ Callahan this week."A .
HALLOWEEN Coach Ronnie PailHett saul
C INDIAN CONN HALLOWEEN MELLOCREMES HERSHEY'SVotlRCHOlCY e 10-OZ. M It M/MAftS PUN. SIZ* / the Callahun team his club will play'
I .. .. m Saturday'lIt 10 a m. "Injure to he the
.. "
11.I .,h It ', ,'' ....,., ... CAND2 0 / host team we'll play'the' rest, of' them
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....... '1' >fe -.: . FOR
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A Halloween/ favorite! Limit 2
Mix& match them for party favors&as treats' Foil wrapped milk chocolate liisses.tJrhit2 I< ) I "= your favorite chocolate candles are sale bags please/ "A free Union Bengal runners to save
Limit 1 while quantities last. w' priced. A treat for your trlck 'ers. Limit 2 touchdowns and preserve the
4 scoreless streak Clarence William
}Jiinm.\ ChildiTS. iiiul Call Hampton
CARDBOARD 8-INCH PLASTIC PARTYTIME ; also led the Cowboy' tacklers while
1 Scott! :\Iosle.'. Brudham., and Alldn'BlIlIIl' \\
CMT-OUTS PUMPKIN r > HALLOWEEN 00! recovered fumbles to aid II1idl'lI.in' \'
G ib Regular 1.11 ; MASKS < .11'011
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.... L e Sale. priced .....or j YOUR CHOICE! 299 (fins continued In lead the Alile.v :Mile0Uh.irje. ,
,150) yard: on 9!I
las handleUse it to hold.' up
._.. decorate house ,
3.99 ..... Aground including
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for parties, treats.Window decoratipn tool. Ii rRegular
m w.. Theater-style mask. 'm. touclidown scampers of 70. 2H. and 7"A
T ..'$. ,,\/o",",' Fits all laces.Assorted types. yards, one on halfback reverse.
Converted linebacker Gail I lampZfttim -
ran wild "lot the second straight/: I
( n e1POUND '! 1 \ 'm wc''ktllillg! lor 11$) \;u'cllllln ;5 c.irni's
ANUT BUTTER \ fSPQOKYSPOOKS, :, ... )J KOOKY SPOOKSCOSTUMES /and romping HO yards w II h a lake pa,.sWt ,'
f t#o* rruMEs" -. for a TO. Quarterback ('lllU'k11I1'I'ow:
f( acllIl'1I 44 yards rushing, and scored, a
97 ) I\ r ill h Shl\\ :NicholsTwo ,
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I. Sao Priced ...... RegularS.B9 .......... ;\Iidget5 ;)0
An assortment ol infamous 1 The craziest costumes in town!
t Individually wapped chewy I i' Ut'I-\It'd( : 0
creatures & monsters. With inflatable head& make 0
c n lea. mimpag please I I I Itimt weekends ago till'11I11.t'I: ,.

u!rapped up their Div i"i'1111'l'1I\\ w n h
a romp past I Hel-Med.:
Charley I'flh.im had a lu-ld day
CREEPYCREATURE GARRITY DISPOSABLE 00 scoring 4 touchdowns and I piling up
PAU V : yards I'ushing.237; in tl1tll't hall
UBBLE GUM MAKE-UP KIT yuXL A LIFE-LITE Qua'rUThaok Keith Kc'hlll'llclt.." to.:! I
:>t W yards on the ground as the Cowboys
101 PIECU' : ,f ,11-lulart.21. 89UO. k No.tIS'. 159 amassed ;4i'' rushing stripes.
79 v ,
SaNhkd. :....;.: $ Regular' ......... 0 Jess MfSv.nn: also ran lor a :.11 l.con art
Regulwtf ifr score mill (Frank l I.IIIII-t and
Freeb.& flavorful .do Set of 3 non-toxic waler.based'S w. High Intensity beam In plastic case. Hampton, added'l'U's.Defensively .
.creams Design your scary face) N' Get one for your trick-or-Ireaterl!
Limit\t bag please' B Tracy' Howcns picked I
uweaA II 2 Kisses.( Let l Simmons added
'! hl'l' interception, and Aaron
: (\\ racked up Hi tackles.
l.a"t'c'k Kehoe had Tl) runs ol :uanil
.. 1I :.10 yardsand Pelham scored tl1I'Ihll'd
c.I ,FEE COFFEEMAKERtyp. PRESTO PORTABLE POLAROID. KODAK / tilUl'lulllwn as I the Bradford I

VIP PRO CURLING .,,rp1402..:.?.sees oMn* HEATER SUPERCOLOR 1 COLOR8URST50 I :Mulgets\ I totaled .III H!) yards rushing"
BRUSH a I IN ) we WswarmslOcupisuauo.r No.N.13 SX-70 FILM The defense did its part with .> in
A e 2999_I' TIMLZENO CAMERA Ier.pttuns and Um1l1lannill: ,
IN.YP-NCN 799 'Mt 'uiar.ca 24" 34." 699; Ne.A-SO 1'1111I11IParkt'r.. \lalh"\\lIlt'lllhc': I
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heats. swivel' 're' v. / IIII.l'hi'it'c'k:
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W. Cheer Competition

301 South, Starke Florida \ Set for Starke :

.f i eORAIR t"i1. The finals ol the Timuciia ('nn0 -

OPEN DAILY to 9 SUNDAY 10 to 7. f/A lerence's cheerleading tvinlx'liti0n|
", / w ill be held ill Slarke.Sunday. Nov 7.
.." :{" >OUH Sale Prices good thru Sat. Oct. 31 st iWERESERVETHERIOHTTOLIMITQUANTITIES. at 2 p in.A '
The public: is invited to' >> a I lend the
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.. cheerleading Mjuads from around the I


,91 ire. .2"" "l 'T V9 ....t11a.1t: 1399 Ne.XR-M \.9'. for Nov. 21 .

Hee tar/... .... ..__t4." ........ f Reguler1 .N ,.?''h/, Retular13.n..i.' ECKE /, The league's I first annual
Style with mist at any angle Cool Butters kernels ai they popl Non .Highly visible fluorescent' Uses400ASAfilm.. ', day I is al fIIc.t for Slarke. Saturday'
tip swivel! cord & ready dot.HPfim'. stick surface Use cover to serve! display. Has dimmer top control ; Nov. :21. with champions of the

| American and National leagues inW
r each weight and age division
. r off for overall league titles.squaring *

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Teams Each Week.. V .

And Be A WinnerWe


of ties will the total points. scoredIn ,rv, t'7w'7
TELEGRAPH employee and their 3)) In case we use
1)) Anyone except )- School each had as big a collection up at the ( who picked 31)), Marlene
Bradford High
immediate families are welcome to enter, but the County game top of our Football Contest this weekas McWilliams ((24)), Vincent Griffis
there is a limit of one entry per person each week. week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker ever with 7 entrants all missing 6 ((24),. Steve Acree ((23), William A.
Please fill in the points you think will be selections but it was JoAnn Solze of Stroud ((20)), Mike Brown 117)), and .
scored the Tornadoes and their opponent combined StarKe who was the closest with her Jenette Chandler ((13)).
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the by tiebreaker prediction to the 41-15 Toughest games for our pickerswere
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the in the tiebreaker ,blank. For Instance,, the North Marion wilt over Bradford. the Seattle" win over the Jets fI
Telegraph office before 4 p.m. each Friday after score In one of BHS games I last year was Mac- Mrs. Seize who said "there's so Vanderbilt over Ole Miss Houston .
total much football and now baseball com over Arkansas and especially Min -
17, Tornadoes 15, the correct score
the clenny
with either name
Fill in all the blanks
noon. ing into my house, //11 wasn't an expert nesota over Iowa. Contest
winner Joanne
of the team you think will win or "tie" if you think was 32 points. I should be," picked 33 for her Solze and little Jeremiah. I i
the game will end in a tie. The person who picks tiebreaker and thus was closest to the
the most games right will win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of the fudges are final. total of 56 points over Phillip Johns '

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,, NQrthMariODJolts;: : L 15 lL r Y r i.+.. -. fl 301 Music Men ,

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4.:! BHS Homeconiiiig Pull Out Close WinsBoth

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T Rrlribf all 6-5 start the Tornadoes
4 Ji High may have thought of sped 52 yards untouched to make Itperiod 301 Quick Stop and Music Men Curtis Crawford picked off two
;* everything that could go wrong had 22-9 at the half. Minutes Into got scares last week-Quick Stop win passes for the losers while Quick
; Nope. Throw In Interceptions, a couple three James swiped a bomb three ning by just one TD and Music Men Stop's Tim Hartley had one interception. -
:',. of costly penalties a few defensive yards deep in his own endzone and having to rally after being behind at .
: breakdowns, and an injury list zig-zagged back 103 yards to open the ta the half but both did come out on
that Just keeps swelling and the result score The up to 28-9 and the rout was on. k Music Men 3SGuardsmen /
was a chamber of horrors Colts went on to steal four more top.The u
., early last Friday as North eight Marion days pass in the third period (for a total of wins left Quick Stop at 8-0 and 26
five Music Men at 6-1 coming into a
: that quarter and eight in the
Colts played trick The Guardsmen
or treat were winning 20-18
on Bradford
game). rematch this Sunday Nov. I, at 3:00:
jf High's Homecoming with a 41-15 at (the half but second half Intercep--
That Moore on the BHS practice field. The 1:30:
gave the chance
f to rack tions
by the Music Men turned thegame
Norman's Farm and the
r< ,, The 8 take-aways, 5 In the third up 124 TD yards on 17 totes and score a second game Guardsmen pits both of Starke, against around in favor of last )ear's
on a 32 yard run. James
I alone got
quarter made a rout out of a in each other. league champs.
first for
the Colts
i'-' game, that according to the offensive on a 13-yarder
; stat's (BHS 303 yards, North Marion while quarterback Carlton Wilkerson Ross Chandler intercepted a pass
,j: 297) should have been close. snuck in from the 1 to make it 14-0 and Quick Stop 20 went 60 yards and Anthony Dommon
I Guard-turned-fullback then punctuated the defeat with a 62 Norman's Farm 14 intercepted 2 for the winners. James

: spearheaded the most effective Randy Luke Tornado yard counter-option keeper with Just Quick Stop's offense was sputtering Reeves threw 4 TD passes for the win-
ground attack of the with 1125: left. against the Norman's defense Sunday ners, 2 to Glen DeSue and 1 each to
year a
92-stripe night on 19 totes and + t a R but the winners built up a 20-0 lead Mike Chandler and Sam Bennett.

Luke, who his teamates have With ... ._. .... -' _."W '.,-- loW. and held off the other Starke club. Jim Lewis hauled in all 4 touchdown
North "
HerscheU', providing the hard- 1 Model ....../..< Jackson Prevatt found Bill Ratliff passes for the Guardsmen 3 coming

j charging, the way was opened for the :g.,.. NnrMwni......-..... 111M -..|*| Luke Rumbles Through the LIne... open for a 5 yard TD and then teamedup from. quarterback Buddy Patersonand
(< big play... and first-year receiver Jeff ..z1. ........r : Belcher provided that, eny..IhiM. i..f against North Marlon. and-run play and extra point that Randy Corbin. Danny Johns and
hauling in 3 ''0.' .. .,. ..
1' catches for 116 yards from quarter 611 M yue....1d/e 3.11:tt..f Luke, who had to change his Jersey number to a back number and move made It 14-0 at the half. In the second Bruce Hague wood caught extra point
back John Thompson. But the only '.D lu............ ..,, from guard to fullback when the Injury bug hit BUS, picked up 92 yards last half Prevatt hit William Muse for a 5 passes to round out the Guardsmen

two scores BHS could manage came North week the highest output for any Tornado running back this year. yard score and Gene Raulerson for scoring.
14 ( II .| Last Tuesday night the Music Men
on passes from Thompson to .....or4 the conversion to make it 20-0 before
two-way .. t I 1 II Norman's scored twice In the late outscored Ray & Bud's in Macclenny
starter Brian Thomas, one on a 4-yard NM. J m I)ran (- .kick) go-
dump pass and the other on a 29-yard .NM.. WllhwMK_. I n..1(Mrxr.kick) ing. 6426.
'h. 4 IMH Iran Tkom..*.(hick .... ..) .
slant-in that was thrown on the I- ....1111 1114|..| .
money. Rick Braswell added a 31 NM.,. MOOM II ._...,.,... run (",*'' ,... )rm I. CalendarThursday
yard field goal to round out the BHS ... .
NM. .
tallies. ID.1""lit i >Mn run(fort .Ml) Fans
NM. M.o.3u. (_kick) Lights
The big plays though were North 6 Then,.1.,...hem"._.**(kick "".*) ; BuddJ"Collings' Oct. 29-
Marion's, eight coming on the in NM- Wilk......41 nm(kick ,.,....) Snacks
Ref's \ Baldwin N. Marlon at BITS cross country (4:00))
tercepts. Included in the pilfer list .
were steals by Larry James and do- Oohlnl. Randy I.dl.rd/ndlddu.lMY,.... It' .,..._, M ,.,.., .Mm & 1 Team? ? ? f Starke youth flag football ((3:15 & 4:15))
everything Sebastion Moore that Thompwn. 1.94|,|m Th.m..Old *...1.!.........I.ulnr .. "
,. lobe ""'.__.._leII_..n "
carried all the MLm.N '?
were back for the '
way ,
I IM.rc.pli, ,114 .'.>. 2 IO.. Friday. Oct. 30-(
two scores that put the game out of ....,.,.... 1H ....h., I ....,... II* ......, I,IM Buchholz at BUS football (HOMECOMING;) (8))
reach. After BHS had fought back to 1kom..3415 10',.
within 14-9 after spotting the Colts a '...'.". Koinr Wrl.h. 1 prlm' .ry ...... I ndM., I
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(wo-TD advantage Moore picked off '.h..,...krry.ddl.h, SOP Chuck With.. ... ., Saturday. Oct 31- .
his first of three interceptions andBrian M..... *.dl..I..-..A..Orw*..,-.. H-4. ..
All 5 Pop Warner teams have home games at BUS

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It was sort of a perplexing situation last week when the Wednesday, Oct. Cup

r ::1 21, JV football game between Bradford and Santa Fe was called.. off due to .
Tornadoof lack of participation. Sunday Nov. 1Men's -: ;
The JV Tornadoes were raring to go the All Sports Club concession stand ..
.the was operating;referees were on hand,'walkie-talkies A-ok But, and this is. flag football ((1:30 1 : & 3) '
a big but, Santa Fe never showed up. So the football players who dressedout ,Final round of President's Cup Golf ;
WeekSenior had to dress back in as there was not ballgame that night. .. ?
Officials at the Alachua school later said they got mixed up when the ''
game was switched from Thursday to Wednesday night. The contest may' Monday, Nov. 2- >
J cornerback-tailbacl "rian Be rescheduled for the last game of the JV season according to BUS BIIS freshman football at North :Marion .
Thomas has seen his responsibilitiesgrow Athletic Director David llurse. More word on that later. Next contest for ,

and grow as injuries have taken the JV's was set for Thursday, Oct. 29, at Baker County with road. game .
Tuesday Nov. :3- ;
their toll on the Tornadoes but with Clay High set Nov.! 5... >
Thomas continues to produce.In Youth flag football (::1:15: I & 4 15)

.. ;,;. last week's Homecoming loss to. Area RestaurantsProYideChow. ;: for Tornado Gridders... .
North Marion Thomas produced both Four area restaurants have done the commendable"Job'of providing free- '- "" 'Wed lesday, Nov. 4-

BHS touchdowns, on passes from meals to Bradford High football players this year. .
BIIS girls at District volleyball tourney (Santa Fe)
quarterback John Thompson and
Most recently Wendy's passed out cards for single hamburgers to all the
also played all the way defensively. varsity players and Mountain Dew drinks for.JV's and freshman that can

--- -- be used over and over. ., ? Thursday, Nov. 5-
I ThomasMistakes Earlier Harder had given out coupons for a hamburger and Iced! tea and
..- .-.. .-.-.-.-.-...........-....-.-..-.- .-....-.-..-..-.-.._.._.._.-.-.--.:........-.aaa---.___._._._.._.. McDonalds has a policy of providing,free french fries to all players when. BUS JV football at Clay High ,..
< the team dines as a team at the Starke store. District volleyball semifinals (Santa Fe)

"" Also the Western Steer:.Steak Hqu.ftmt .the..Senior football dinner.. .. wy "", "", .starke youth,flag football (::1: 15. and,4:0U),",;_., ""
D' i 1. footing the entire bill. ::

y- Goal esCl adtoee.w. '4 .t'i"., .. ,,,'We appreciate the help they>jgive%tfnd-want:: to recognize the 8upport._ >F'ridtiy ''Novye' '''' "., ,' ." .a4".I:" f i'" ';"'''',\ :i
iW da 911't1t 11\ 'ter alvi(' of these four fine organizations, Tsaid BUS Coach David Hurse...* : .,
r .Ii: ., Live Oak at BUS varsity football ((8) "

in Double on Replay ...Hoop nuts will be glad to hear that Starke is getting back into the District volleyball finals (Santa Fe)
Men's Basketball league business. The
roundballloop, run through Starke
District cross meet at St. Johns C'C' (1:30):
country :
Rec. and Community Education, will start in January and teams should
"I 1 never saw so much go wrong," eliminate the mistakes," said Hurse. start organizing now. Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin said plans now are for

moaned Tornado defensive coach '"North Marion has some pretty good an Open League but if enough church.league teams sign up it may. go (hat Saturday Nov.7 .
Mike Sexton after having to sit looking athletes but we whipped route.
Autumn Sun Fun Run in Starke ((9! a.m.)
through the films of last week's North ourselves.
Marion Tornado game. He might as
well have been speaking) .for.the other' Coaches selections as players of the .
Tornado coaches-When he added,'''1t week were: offensive lineBilly Shan '

seemed like pmt we were gon-. non offensive<<: backJeff Belchertwhlt
na get back ''intb'the dame somethingselse \ ''I( caught passes for 116 yards) .
would go wrong. ; and Brian Thomas defensive .:,

He did add a plug for 'his battle- linemanMark Crews and Kenny
worn defense. _"I still don't believe. .Bright. No defensive back .was "

we're that bad a defensive; ballclub.We selected.
just wer-rqflJIe[ 4i rd .! ,right, .r j'- ; :
con it thf LtWrr,night aa it stiemS <; keym\la'mpson' who moved up from
Uk 'h-enurep'haveabreakdowglt' : the 3V last.,week and' played' most of
Ingnfll.5r and they go 60 yards'4 (the second'halt all cornerback/will: .
"ck r when it r< ns-O pours.:2:: probably>.start*"t here tbisl: week. .

H I ,held man David Hurse of- -Kevin t didn't d..* bad; JQbJ0r"the first \ .
I r "ryes, noranybas/dcurtl394!t? !i.me'6ut; said secondary coach Mike ,{>
Hartley. "He's still got a lot of things I ,
,t' rb" alter something like "
this '8!: working ahd'ty'to' "16 (learn but he did an o.k. job. ,. ..
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fIi The 7-10 year old flag football ran for scoresfpom 10 and 6 yards out : '
J league standings closed up tighteru'( Ito offset a* '28-yarder by; Jimmy "

than a drum last week as the league- Langley, ; Geta: FREE FROSTY

leading Cowboys were knocked off October: .,.
twice to allow the SteelerS ((2-0 in the'week Hams 211Bucs 6I ,;. ,
-- ) to move intoa-ti' for the lead .-I )t\'Jj1Y.wngley; ran for TD's of 40 ''
with Cowboys, both'at 6-4,with the and:WyAftjaand hooked up with Chris

Bucs just a game back at 55. Sin5moflfoia' 20 yard pass TD to lead .4 Just into ,
Games continue-.oh Tuesday and,I ,(he Rams past the Bucs. come Wendy's on ;; .'
Thursday. afternoons attPjjJatJ The other score for the winners
Field. came on a 2 yard burst by Freeman
ll"" "I'"''Register late in the game while the 'r
Octobers: : Bucs got on the scoreboard when Ed .w:;i Halloween Night T'
Hues IS ( 0"00"11. II Douglas hit Donnie Francis with a 14 .

was A conversion the difference run by as bonnie the Bucs Francis upset yard aerial TD' . . ... ... i -v.... .. .-,,-.. ..- .. . : '". ., .;. .
WI" -.the Cowboys last Thursday. .' ., KieelerVl: ,1 ; : Saturday: Oct. 31' '
Francis' conversion run followed a Cowboy 5! 7 ; <"
13 yard TD run by.Michael Huggins The Steelers turned the Cowboys ,f :.' ,. ,' .t. .
while the first Buc score came on a 30 every which way but loose In a 41-7 .
,yard scamper by Kevin poone with victory as 7 different players got in on ,.\ : ,1.\ ', \ .,. .
throwing to Ed the scoring fun. .. ... ?I" ., .
Jimmy Langley ; : \
Mark Strickland scored on a 28 yardrun :. .' f f1,5.::: ; 9 '* ? \ '.r : 1'" ..
Douglas for the conversion.: ; p.m. .:. .;, | :: r.
and 28 from Tommy ; ', : .1. ,; ..
The Cowboys hit paydirl, 6n a 21 a yard pass '1, .. / ; : ,1 "! AJ
yard run by Chuck Mullins, a 11 yard Balkconn, Balkcom hit paydlrt on a 40 ., ( >, !! /

Interception return by ,Jimmy yard run Ed Douglas scored on a 32 .. ;;kJ '. tis" 'ofo! ... ." ""
+ 1"
from yard punt return. Ashley Alday "
Qulette and a 2-poinl pass '
Mullins to Tim Lewis .scored the game's initial TD on a :' dressed ,in costume" :
I 10-yarder, and John Loper slid over .,' your "f
Htrelera 12liahis from' the 2' for the winner's : .,
Also Chris and '
touchdowns. Forsyth
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Ramsas Edwin DeLoach in on the act with ." "
The Steelers snuck past the got I ,
Scott puncan and Kristy Harrison extra point runs, 'J

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Tennis ", ;. ," ,., '

entry deadline for the Starke singles, women's singles, men's; '" \:'""l) t.; ,
Rec. Department Turkey Tennis doubles,, and women s doubles. .'',..' '. J.-Jt!;' '; .. .
been extended to Friday Entry cost is $5 foV '
Tournamet singles and $a .
Oct. 31, with play starting earlyin per doubles team cme.anlnll'$9 per : : .i#,(;;. AHVT NO REASON TO GO ANYPLACE ELSE..TMi. a4Y

November. The finals In 4 divisions person competing both singles and .. ',' ,. :, ,.: .

will be the weekend of Is Nov. 2022.to all doubles) plus balls provided, by the' ... I ..'.. "....,'.. ,'7'-.tf*i ,? .,I'. .' .. ," -1-/;,1t. '' .,. :
The tournament open players. Those wishing to' enter rfafi r'3 I
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FILE NO. 81-97-CP THE CITY OF STARKE THE CIRCUIT COURT person Street; run written serve defense If any. for. Dissolution of Mar. ..Q& 'encore .''e..

1.3341 RESERVES THE RIGHT TO FOR BEDFORD COUN thence South 0 degree to It on WOLBERT. SAX. doge hat bn filed

IN RE: ESTATE OF ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY TY. FLO'' 'OA.O"i 30 fet East along' sold ON AND MIDDLETON. ogainst you and you are
THOMAS TIVE DATE WILL BE DATE CASi, .> 81.382 distance of 335 feet to FLORIDA 32091, plaintiff of your written defenses 321 K. T.m,U I... 9f.. StoR-SBi. 94

Dcasd. OF ACCEPTANCE. point of beginning..From attorney on or If any to It, on the plain.
CITY OF STARKE FLA IN RE: Th. Marriage of point of beginning thus before November 18 and' tiff attorney whose

NOTICE OF BY: Neil Tucker JESSIE HAMILTON described continue South file the original l with the name and address I I. .

ADMINISTRATIONTh City Clerk. Husbandand 0 degree 30 f..t East a .clerk of this Court either PIERCE AND HARDY and address of the personal .
Administration of I0/291 Itchg distance of 75 feet to a before service on plaintiff P.A.., Dudley P. Hardy representative'
th. estate of John HAZEL HAMILTON. point, run thence North attorney or Immediately P.O. Drawer 1030 attorney are set forth 1Ipb Bryan Real Estate"
deceoied. Fil* Number FOR BRADFORD COUN distance of 97.21) feet to otherwise a default will and file the original with All having

81-97-CP It ponding In TY. FLORIDA PROBATI NOTICE OF ACTION a point; run thence North be entered against you the clerk of the above claims' person or demand 211 S. TEMPLEAVE. m

tho Circuit Court for DIVISIONFile TO: JESSE HAMILTON 1 degree 10 feet West a for the relief demandedin styled court on or before against the estate ar. '
Bradford County Number 81-11 I 1 l-Cr I Address Unknow distanc of 75.01 feet to US 301 .
the complaint' or peti November 13. 1981: required WITHIN THREE
Florida, Probate Division Division 1.3352 YOU ARE NOTIFIED a point; run thence South 'otherwise
tlon. a judgementmay MONTHS FROM THE
th. address of that a Petition for 89 degrees 30 feet Westa WITNESS my hand and be entered against DATE OF THE FIRST (ACROSS FROM SONNTS BAR-B.Q)

which I I. Bradford County IN RE: ESTATE OF Dissolution of Marriage distance of 96,35 feet the coal of' the Court on you for the "reliefdemanded PUBLICATION OF THIS NEW LOCATIONWE NEED LISTINGS

Courthouse Stork.. IOHN WILKERSON ho been filed against to point of beginning October 12. 1981 In the complaint NOTICE to file with the ''
Florida. The names and Deceased you In the abo..na..edCourl. BROWN 964-8788. ANYTIMEMONDAYFRIDAY95
GILBERT or petition. clerk of the above courta
addresses of >. Per- and you are required and It further appearingthe CLERK OF THE COURTBy WITNESS my hand and written statement of p.m. SATURDAY 9.12
tonal Rprtntativ OF to serve a copy of Defendants Norman Beuloh MoodyAs the seal of said Court on claim' or demand'
lIonal ADMINISTRATIONThe any and Sunday by appointment
and the P. your answer or pleadingon C. Dague and JacquelineN. Deputy Clerk October 13th. 1981.) they have. Each Evenings
Represer 'tv. attorney administration of the Petition to the Dague, his wife, can 10/154tchg11/05 GILBERT S. BROWN claim must may be in writing Ralph P: Bryan. REALTORLAND
or set forth the estate of JOHN within the
Petitioner' o .orney not be served Clerk of Sold Court and must indicate the
below WILKERSON deceased RICHARD E. WELTY. P. O. Stole of Florida' that It I.I By:Marian McRae th '
basil the claim
All Ir ..>,ld personsor File Number 1-3352 Is Box 995 Slarke. Florida not practicable to serve Clerk *
r.rrvd, to file, with pending in the Circuit 32091. and file the them personally; and 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Deputy name d address of the Country, Club l.t.-$6.oooo $10.000

this Court. WITHIN THREE Court for Bradford County original answer or that they have not volim- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR I0/134tchgll/05 ff or his agent or 'e REDUCED) 3' acres |lust out of city $8.000.owner financ

MONTHS OF THE FIRST Florida' Probate Division pleading in the Office of tarily appeared herein; it CUIT OF FLORIDA IN y, and. the .... "

PUBLICATION OF THIS the address of the Clerk of the Circuit is therefore AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO claimed If the GOOD INVESTMENTI 230 S'/t acre f loaded" with
claim I I. due the
NOTICE: which I i. Bradford County and for Bradford COUNTY. not yet 12% 20
Court In ORDERED AS REGISTER dote when It will/ become pine could be Slot' sub/dlvn financing years.
claims Courthouse, Starke, CIVIL ACTION
((1)I) All agaln."h..slal. County Florida on or FOLLOWS: FICTITIOUS NAME $22,800.
Florida. The names and CASE NO. 8 1-450 due shall be stated If
and ((2)) any objection before November 27,
by an intr.>td addresses of the personal 1981 I. The Del eondants STEPHEN J. EDWARDS. / the claim is contingent or IAWTEY AIEA-Iopp 2% acre $3,000 App,.*. $
whom notice representative and Norman C. Dague and Husband Pursuant to Section unliquidated the natureof acre $9,000 owner financed.US .
person to If you fail to do so, Jacqueline N. Dague, his
mailed that the vsLINDA 865.09 Florida Statues the uncertainty shall Wooded 3 to 20 $3,000 A.
was personal representative judgment by default will wife, shall In this 301 to RR acre* per
challenge th. validity of 's attorney ore set< be taken for appear KAY EDWARDS notice Is hereby given be stated. If the claim issecured down
ogainst you cause and plead to the the -SECLUDED-10 acre 'In pine $22.000 12% 20
th* Will the qualifica, forth below. relief demanded In the that the undersigned security '
complaint filed herein on Wife.NOTICE at 12%.
shall b described. The year
loons of the Personal All interested personsare Petition. OF SUIT SUZANNE SIMMONS 111 1 *
or before November 16 claimant hall deliver LAURA CHURCH ARE A-1.3 acre coned for home or
Representative, venue, required to file with Witness hand and NO PROPERTYTO East Washington St?
or jurisdiction, of the this court WITHIN THREE seal this 20th my day of Oc 1981.I ; ,or the In Court d.faultther.of. shall : Linda Kay Edwards; Starke. Florida 32091. sufficient copies of the mobile home. $3.500.

Court MONTHS OF THE FIRST tober, 1981. C/O Earnest B. Watkins, sole owner doing claim to the clerk to HOMES

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS PUBLICATION OF THIS proceed to judgment. in : r.. Holly Hill S.C. business under the firm enable' the clerk to mail Country, privacy with city convenience I 54x24 double'
NOT SO FILED NOTICE: (I) All claim.again.t this cause to the .xl.ntpravid.d YOU ARE HEREBY name of SECOND TIME one copy to each personal '
Gilbert S. Brown by Section wide mobile home, 3 ...2 bath, central' heat/air" with
WILL BE FOREVER BAR. the estate and for. NOTIFIED that an action AROUND at 417 E. representative.All .
Clerk of Said Court 1655. Title 28' United interestedIn .,.c. built In appliance, spacious 1 1/3 acre with plentyof
RED. ((2)) any objection by an By Beulah Moody il said for Dissolution' of Marriage Weldon St.. Stark., persons hade trees-owner flnanc..prlc. $24,000.
Publication of this interested person to Clerk States as has been 'filed Florida 32091) Intends to the estate to whom a
Notice has begun on Oc whom notice was mailed 10/2 4tchgl/12 Deputy| Defendants had been against and you are register, said fictitious copy of this Notice of :. COLIEY .0Ao..,._ 3 BR 2 BA home near school on
served with you has ... 'lot. $28.800. Assume $18,500 at 11%,
tober 29 1981. that challenges the process required to serve a copy name under the ministration .n large appro mtg.
PersonalRepresentative validity ol' the will the *>*MBVBHMBVBeMB NOTICE OF BMBBHMBVeMBBMBBMBBBHI INTENTIONTO within the ,State of of your written defenses, aforesaid statute. mailed are inquired. $230 per month.,

; : qualifications of the personal REGISTER Florida. If any to It, on the plain. Dated this 15th day of WITHIN THREE'MONTHS -3 BR, I both block' 'home with fireplace, corner 'lot,
Patricia H. Williams representative; FICTITIOUS NAME 2. This order b* tiff's attorney whosename October A.D. 1981 In FROM THE DATE OF THE owner financed, $27,500..
331 I Laurina Street jurisdiction of published In a Bradford FIRST PUBLICATION OF
venue or County.
and address Is
frame 'let screened front $22,5OO.
2 BR corner porch,
of general file
427 newspaper THIS NCE, to I
Apt the court Pursuant to Section PIERCE AND HARDY, 10/S 4tph 1105IN any '
Jacksonville. Flo ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS circulation In Bradford P.A., Dudley P. Hardy. oble| -',ons they may BUSINESS
86S 09 Florida Statutes
32216 NOT SO FILED County Florida; not less P.O. Drawer 1030 THE CIRCUIT COURT have that challenge the Two Income producing properties,In downtown. Ideal for

Attorney for PersonalRepresentative WILL BE FOREVER BAR. notice the is hereby giv.ntnal than once each week for Slarke. Florida 32091 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY validity of the decedent's 'Investment or small .....1_..... Owner will sell separate
RED. six. consecutive weeks and file the original' with FLORIDA. PROBATE will', the qualifications of and finance. $49.000 for both.
MAHON MAHON & Publication of this Art "Doc" Miller Rout prior to the return dale DIVISION, the personal representative
the clerk' of the above Four furnished rental! unit (could b* hem and 3 rentals
G FARLEY. Notice has begun on October 4. Box '1487, Stark. heremabove designated or the venue or
styled court
on or ). Prospective rental' Income appro $450 mon
P A. 29. 1981. Florida 32091. sole' DONE AND ORDERED November 13. 1981.: File No. 81-1 10.CP jurisdiction of the court. $50,000. .

By Harry B. Mahon PersonalRepresentative owner doing business at Jacksonville, Florida otherwise a judgementmay Division' 1.3351 ALL CLAIMS
350 East Adams Street : under the firm name of this 251h'' day of be entered againstyou DEMANDS" AND OBJECTIONS WI HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CAll US FOR All YOUR REAL

Jacksonville. Fla Harry Wilkerson ASHMUR PUBLISHERS September, 1981. for the r.lI.f IN RE: ESTATE NOT SO FILED ESTATE NEEDS.,

32202 904.354,430O Route 1, Box 814 Woodland Acres, Rout Susan H. Black demanded in the com GOLDIA RC EY. WILL BE FOREVER BAR ,AFTER HOURS
10 29 2lchg 11/05 lowtey, Florida 4, Box 1487 Stark. UNITED STATES DISTRICT deceased
Florida 32091. Intends to plaint or petition. RED.Date Lillian C. Parson David' Dyal Novls. Ward
32058 JUDGE WITNESS hand and NOTICE OF of the first'
CALL FOR BIDS COOKE & HAND. P.A. register said ficitious 101086tchA II 12 the seal of my said Court on ADMINISTRATIONTO publication of this Notice .Broker/Salesman Associate Broker/Salesman

Attorney For name under the October 13th. 1981. of Administration I I. October Office Manager 48-122 f44-7454
SEALED BIDS WILL BI aforesaid statute.Dated .. '....531.
Personal RepresentativeBy GILBERT S. BROWN ALL PERSONS HAVING 22. 1981Thomas .
: A. Hamilton Cooke Clerk of Said Court CLAIMS OR D. Rowl.y.P..onal ,
: COMMISSION OF THE CI. 1320 Atlantic Bank Bldg. of October, A.D., 1981 In THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL By Marlon McRa DEMANDS AGAINST THE ( Representative
TY OF STARKE. FLORIDA. Jacksonville, Fla Bradford County. CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Clerk ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Of the Estate of
AT THE CITY HALL IN 32202 ((904)356.1533) 10/29 4tpd 11/19 BRADFORD COUNTY Deputy OTHER PERSONS IN- GOLDIA ROWLEY. ERR ... .
10/154 tEIGHTH
STARKE. FLORIDA. UNTIL 10'29 tchg 1105f ? UNITED STATES DISTRICT ..1.CAsU'o'FLORIDA\ 1 '1;;.J' .... .,1"(1\.... .IYO .. ""'-'. TERES TED IN THE ESTATE' : .dequased.
:' 4 8 f :
7 P.M. TUESDAY.' : .t, i *ii m mmemmmmm COURT MIDDLE- ', '. ." ,. ,- IJ'f.QJ15T_ pLr.AU '(IY7' h"'TTHEiYl." Fm.i.ftER41I.r.!.. IFRUiMNJiR -

.,.I'IOVEMI\ER.1..l WHICH TIME\ AND QlA"*LAC( "'"" "PUBLICNOTICE '**". .-o'STRte1:0"1'LO: *.;. OLA MAE ROWE" ::.:.-: -. .;JUDICIAL :CIR N01'IJIEJr'ih:! : ---h..t" ad.'mrnlctrai'ion" SONAl" ,REPR6SEN!'.' .


SCHOOL BOARD. Starke. CASE NO 81.958.Civ-J.B TURPENTINECO COUNTY. ROWLEY decease File 1055, Stork. Florida
Number 81-110-CP is 32091: 064-5065 m
ONE (I) POLICE CAR. Florida, will hold' a AND CIVIL'; ACTION 964-52OO. .
POLICE CAR PACKAGE PUBLIC HEARING on the UNITED STATES 01 T,': HAMBY, ET AL CASE NO. 81-451 pending in the Circuit 10/22 2tchg 10/29

.' TRADE IN OF THREE ((3)) following PROPOSED AMERICA. Plaintiff Defendant IN RE: The Marriage of Court for Bradford, County tit. a"'t

SPECIFICATIONS MAY CHANGES ON NORMAN C. DAGUE and TO. LAWTEY TURPEN Husband The personal 221 Lafayette St. Across.from Wishbone

BE OBTAINED AT CITY NOVEMBER 16. 1981. at 7 JACQUELINE N. DAGUE. TINE CO. and T.B. HAM. vsMILDRED ,representative of the ,IqF HOURS; ,,., .,, >. '
HALL P.M.. In the School BoardRoom his wife; *t ol.' defen BY if alive, and dead, C. LIVESAYNOTICE estate' I Is THOMAS Monday" Friday- $' Saturday 9 4 12 noonONiceSpacaofant' t
of the Bradford dants. their unknown spouse, ,'. Wife: '1 ROWLEY, 17 Irvington

THE SAID CITY RESERVESTHE County School Administrative heirs" devise. OF SUIT Street Westwood New ." dMl'tlNEW '
RIGHT TO ACCEPTOR Offices, 582 ORDER OF SERVICE BY grantees, creditors and NO PROPERTY Jersey 07675. The name j .,'

REJECT ANY OR ALL North Temple Avenue, PUBLICATIONThis all other parties claiming ... _______ _n__ LISTINGS I IJ) 1)'tKe1 tW

BIDS. Starke, Florida: heard cause the cam verified to b* by through under, or : iy,;.. )I. ,,,,timb0isuliJnn'sflCOMMERICA2LJ !
CITY OF STARKE. upon against them; successors Woo (r'.IHNyn,10F,. UOI9J.rm..nll I
motion of Plaintiff for .': ,. I. ill l
on Com See U.. '"
FLORIDANEIL NO 3310 PURCHASES order for service by In Interest trustees or I ,4'/ ,,ACRES between Start( UK. /HtlFT.rmsA) ,

TUCKER NO. 3410 INVENTORIES'AR. publication and it appearing any other person claim. VWv.Changed Our Nam*. ,-1.$2 ACRES- ,romqltpI., rl,RnIMILA4ylerht9bUS'N',,' : : 1
STARKE under
CLERK OF THE NO. 6116 ing by through or
CITY COMMISSION TICULATING HIGH that this, action against any corporation But Not Our S.rvlc. I ,'CALL STREET BR..a>A, ,.) DR. KM F0mfly; ,rebm.BiMck'

10 28 Itchg SCHOOL AND ADULT has been brought for the or other legal .entity tl! ,. .' .11 I I home'on corner lot. T1nr ; nt/l 10 Bbn9i;,'i12.DOO2

e EDUCATION CREDIT enforcement of a lien named a* a defendant; Why Walt You deserve. Itl 3 ...,.\!/, Both, 'quiet J !'-$ BR.! ",,"&.,.ItIaJI. horned *flc*>I w *dd}j1ot,

COURSES against real property and all claimants, persons neighborhood' $28.000. ,t i'i' ,. Term., ,1 :fiiqc) '/InooD biolbeiH
CALL FOR BIDS situated within the Mid. or parties, naturalor Country Home BR frame on 2 beautiful' acres. Room lor .HWY., ..UW-Brlck home 3 BR,,2"4JJtlfJa..w4w.Oq"( |/ ; '.

Copies of the aboveProposed die District of Florida and corporate, claiming your kids B. garden to grow $23.800. "v v" -.n".' i u (,Good Term.ASSUMA.LI*. .
SEALED BIDS WILL BE Board described as follows: under the uxfttcAaE-a-3 BR, i BA, one acre.
of above
Policy any A Retirement* 2.. block home, a speck fo dust.would' die I. I
RECEIVED BY THE CITY be obtained A portion of the SE 1 4 named described BRICK HOME INP/t/ 11X. lA! B. with
changes may! or of lonellnes' 32500. I .' r riI/ ,"
COMMISSION OF THE CI. of SE 1/4 of Section
from the Superinten 2'J. defendants.YOU ,,''I19i A.cu" oftgJIf illJlllOLAKI
TY OF STARKE 6 Owner Financed) 2 BR home, greet for the list'time ill
FLORIDA. dent's Offices, at the Township South Range ARE NOTIFIED that home buyer. 19500. '.- BUTLER MT 1% BA brlc liome. One acre, close

AT STARKE THE FLORIDA.CITY HALL UNTIL IN Bradford County School 22 East in the City, of an action to Quiet Titleon ': l r ? -8 Aeres-P vd road frontage, room to room, 12000., t ",tor IIMC.: vr

7 P.M ON TUESDAY. Board 582 North Temple Starke, Bradford County the following described "., ...family Pleaser' BR's. 2 full baths brick fireplace.' !h J. ,(FIVE ACRES and home oofy'lJf.(IVIJ. _
Avenue Stark., Florida Florida and being more In Bradford'
NOVEMBER 3, 1981. AT described property CH/AIr, t.rlflc'kl'ch.n, fenced yard, split bedroom plats. I I 11 I '; 'SOQpn.
This is in compliance particularly as County. Florida: .: 110. acre w/nfobl, *hofirsJstiiii \ld2
WHICH TIME AND PLACE with Florida Statutes.Chapter follows: $51.500. n I BR, I BA Frame i $24.9(3.( "
ALL BIDS RECEIVED WILL 120.54 as For point of reference The East half of Lot 45 -In Tewn-2 bedroom home, walk to everything. New :III\ '' 17'K03'| ,STORE BUILDING:CaII Sr-PCMJ'1.rm.

BE PUBLICLY OPENED enacted by the 1974 commence at the NW WOODLAWN. Section listing.$1 9.500. +'1P FORSYTHE ROAD ac. plus.'
AND READ ALOUD ON of said SE 1 4 of' I Rlnver\Af 2 home In town, both for 116.5oo/2h.m..lnl I t i
Florida Legislature/ corner 15, Township S South. I fS9d I (ARGt CO/SFO/ AOl HOMl4 !lrMVB>> >oi. onVacVe.
THE FOLLOWING: V'owiJoWflt.SOO.. Your choice I IJ r "..'
rTWO STOREY HOME-Beautlhil" ..*.'Stll.....
-Lawtey-4 bedroom and 2 baths. central heat and olr.i H 0"' .. .. i
UILDINO LOTS'4nltowA, nk. t,...,
Unleaded Gasoline, one acre of land, $29.500. r i '1r 1rt j
?1A"MQSJNEWi.( *tiftcHro) *1M 4)efiysnt) tts | >

gallons approximately 40.0OO Philip W. Clark REALTOR ftemlly Neat,as$33.500.a Pln-3 bedroom. I'/s baths, waiting for yowl I I'i 1 rl( :: HWYrIOO.W-3" Bri Kent*'with ...r.mobile' a Warn; *'hook-up.
With Minimum Octaneof ( iftUJE COUNTRY HOMfPOen.'Bllr.. on 1'/0' r\ti\.. w/mofclle' I
Road home ''oid
Forsythe" BR on over I acre, completely1fenced > 11 -\OJ
87 percent. ,:Jiome hook-up.. :
Announcesthat $35.000. 111' (fACRfS, ( ,NEA..i.AKt.wbn.. hameslte.
Mobile Home on 1 acre, $15.000. n) '
COKI..BLOCK HOME'KHcetfm low 30's
eI' of Older' Home with 3 ..'*. 2 baths CH/A, 'large roams 2 '
we are now part CENTURY 21, the company that leads NEAR GRAHMM120ffibyiY41cid right.
nice 'lets. $40,000. N'
the real estate world in listings and sales. ?80 ACRSlOrSUies '.n'2 b.,.... Nice ho_.
; ROR9MDREALTY Colley Rod BR's. 2 baths, 1714 sq. ft. of quality built d'; '
BESSENTROArUwlfdlng'lot' :
LD We can now better serve your real estate needs with the support home $41.500.Country ,u;'SIX ACRES 2/2'05 framl.SOO., <

.. A" of our multi-million-dollar advertising program and all the Gentleman-5' acres of prime lend 3 bedrooms, ,4 13Q ACRES PASTURE,FISH PONDS..Fenced,barn.TERMS
2V4 baths, stone much much
fireplace parquet flooring, ,
Phone 964.7700 latest in professional tools and techniques. WE'RE STILL IN- more $89.500. $)EXCELLENT. : 1 '

393 N Temple Avenue -* OR II ACRES-Hwy 30l>Shoppfng Center Site.
DEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED, THOUGH. So New llstlng-4 bedroom brick' home with 10 acre of lend. .
:.ONE ACRE Hwy 100$-56,000 Term.
FOR SALE we're the same local people who have given you. personalized Bring your horse. 10000. BESSENT ROAD ...' 2'/ BA brick home'on one acre
-Creative Financing available on this one I 3 bedrooms,
Beautiful landscaped! attention and experienced service. FIVE ACRES-Owner financing *t 11(.
living room, equipped kitchen, new carpet and fresh
Y.r"-3BR, 2 BA brick CALL ST.-Storee building for sal. or 'lease.
And we'll do
continue to because
so we care about yotf. That'swhy paint, $27SOO.
home, $24,000 Coth to BUILDING LOT-Westrnareland, St.'

Assumable' 10% Mor we did itl! -I, REALTOR ASSOCIATES OVER LOG .FRONTAGI-Hwy.30l. .' 3 versetlle buildings.

tgage. Now we're the Neighborhood Professionals, right here, to PULLET FAR&-. "cT>,,.'blk. "0_. Term..

*4 Bedroom Home-Could serve you so drop in or call whenever you have a Terry A. Galnes-782-3988 'J0% ACRE FARM en Brownlee. Rod.(22( ). 3 ... 2 BA
question 944-4941 '
have business *t this loce- Kay C.Weters- brick.
tlon, with 200 frontage onUS about your real estate needs. J Cfi Eileen Stanley-473-305 COMMERCIAL' BLDG.-Con.:' Ilk Good location.
-301. Petsy L.w.on-27 TERMS AVAILA.L"-Frame home. In town. Disc for cash

*3 Bedroom Frame Home, Philip W.Clark Realtor -.OWNLIIIT..eo.rcl.1 Bldg.' Good Term

with 2 acres of 'lend.Crow. 1 3on9h9qx3 zv DAY CARE CENTSR-Recent .price reduction. Good In.corn. .

your own vegetables' Ontu .. _
o Garage Business for sal. 2I. CROSBY CANAL-QuI.t location. Term

with equipment., cell for 2Ie BAYLESS HIGHWAY-((22/) 10 Acres* weeded $15.000.

details. NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES INC. REALTOR. '., IMMACULATI-3 .., IV. BA. (4.., blk. 'In town.
*2 Bedroom Treller with BETWEEN, STARKE t LAKE. BUTLER-Nlce acre (lot with
assumable _rt..... US 301 S. n.ar Bradford Square 9645231AMERICA'S NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES INC. REALTORU.S. mobile home.DOUBLE '

*J Bedroom Trailer, 1 WIDE mobile home en I acc w/essum. mertg.VALUABLI .

acre lend with lake eec.... 301 South near BradTm J Square 964-5231 301 Property-Owner. will consider teleleaeback.
I Acre with well, electric NUMBER 1 j .

pole' end septic tank, -3 BR CDfetuQrVctt St. $29.500.


M.'t.... with ample. TOP saint '. Houses end Aperiment 'For Rent

down pCyIII41At Property Management Service
Evening Fleece Cell CENTURY 2TBACH CENTUmryt6I9xl'r.unry21NrilKuurl'ixIixnisi.ii.InsarIi.Stir AppraisalsSusan ,
Vernle Odo....Broker .
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,' .. ....,.,.... / : SAY.randmilt'i M.Fulkner-RSALTOR-944-S045'
all Phone 44-5474. (''" "ry 21Ier."EM... ('orp..Ion"rw NAP' -.ndu---'o"n'ury:1I: yrlY'., J .. "
IMnied tJ '. rki>iiic mum'21 Hr.if.:HIUII-oriNiniihin PRI.I.tttiI'ItA."
Knit F.sletrfnrporstkn' In It A. Irene" L.Faulkner REAITORASSOCIATI944BI42Lucille
Kqutl' .t | ? ? SALESMAN..B420Ixage
ItnuMnnOinxmumiy VffV t '. .AND OPERATED. Kfiiml.I llxxmxOpyi...."..,,)/ fiJ Spry-8ROKER
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LawteyBy N' -.-. --- .. -f"o.: : Hampton Hilites -- -- _- """' 4 -

.... ,' .', winners be deter.
that can accurately
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, gran- Gainesville. : mined. Student raffle tickets will be
Elizabeth Terry daughter Miss Lynn Whaley, and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish and By Dolores Meng 23.Jaimee Page Hughes was 2 on Oct.. on sale early Friday morning before
Phone 782-3300 daughter Mrs. Daisy Boch, visited son Kaleb of Starke, were Wednesday phone 468115Bookmobile the drawing is held. There will be
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and supper guests of their Mother, 23.Inger Campen celebrated her birthday seven"winners this year. and tickets
Church Schedules: Mrs. Lynn Boch and daughter Jennie, Mrs. Rosie Reddish and gran. Stop Here Oct. 27. are 25 cents'each.
Church of God: Sunday School 10 of Gainesville Saturday. daughter;, Janae Secrest of Starke. The Bradford County Bookmobile Misty Koehler was 9 years old Oct. Advanced Carnival tickets will be
a.m. Worship Services 11 ".m,and 8 Mrs. B. Ceballos and children and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were serves this area every Tuesday at the 28. on sale Thursday and Friday. In
P.m- Prayer Meeting and :YPE Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and fami- Saturday dinner guests of their Post Office parking between 12:30 Garnet Studer's birthday was Oct. charge of this sale are Mrs. Inger
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ly, of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and t and 2:30: p.m. 23. Campen Mrs. Carolyn Slater and
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School M.D. Crapse Sr.,. Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Callahan. "\ Happy Birthday to Jessie. Keaton Mrs. Jolene Friese.
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Johnny DeVore, of Tampa, spent Mrs. Jeanette Hamilton of Starke Congratulations who is 16 today. Donated items excluding clothingcan
; 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m Prayer the weekend with his. mother, Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins Henry Spell celebrated his birthdayon be brought to the school now.
Meeting Wednesday at : Pauline DeVore. Friday. celebrated their 56th Wedding An- Oct. 24. Mothers are needed to work in the
Faith Baptist: Bible, 7:30rm.. a.m. J.C. Prevatt Jr. was a Friday dingy Mrs. Rossie Reddish and Mrs. Annie niversary on Sunday, October 23. Country Store which will be sponsored -
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 ner guest of his mother, Mrs. Carl Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hampton Elementary News by Mrs. Cindee Lawrence's
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Prevatt (Mrs. Rossie Reddish and Griffis in Raiford Sunday. Hodges Hospitalized PTA Carnival Kindergarten class.
.. 7:30 pm. Mrs. Annie Kelly visited her Aunt, Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake City, Mr. Randy Hodges underwent surgery The Halloween Carnival set this Saturday morning booths will be set
'. First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 Mrs. Bessie Sapp in Raiford on Sun- and Mrs. Emory Eunice, Darleneand last Friday at Alachua General Saturday Oct. 31, was displayed in up starting at 9:30.: Helpers are askedto
a.m. Worship Services II a.m and day Oct. 18th). Deron of Gainesville and Mrs. Hospital. He is recuperating in Room posters from every classroom the bring along packed lunches. Iced
7:30 p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. AMS Chief and Mrs. D.R. Brown Connie Mosley and children of Max- 485. past few weeks. tea will be furnished for workers..
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: and children went to Alabama to the ville visited their parents Mr. and Friday 10 free Carnival tickets Carnival Schedule
,p.m.Grace funeral of his grandfather, Mr. Bryan Mrs. Harold Eunice on Saturday. ,. Visitors:' were given to first place winners in The costume parade begins at 5:00:
United Methodlst Sunday Presley, Thursday. They returned !',Ir. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and Mrs. Jody Delzell of Palatka visited each class while the second place win p.m. at the City Hall. At 5:30: the
.School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 home on Sunday afternoon. son Jeff, of Starke, Mrs. Margie Red her long time friends Mr. and Mrs. ners received five free tickets. Win. costume contest will take place in
a.m. and 7pm.Highland Mrs. Jack Estes Is staying with dish and son Randall and Mr. Johnny Paul Meng on Saturday. ners were: front of the school. Booths will open at
Missionary Baptist: Sun- M.R. &: Mrs. Hermie Kelly following Tomlmson Mr. Claude Revels and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Menu and Kindergarten: 1st-Andy Hall. 2nd- 6:00: o'clock. An auction will be held
day School' 9:45: a.m. Worship Ser- fire that completely destroyed her sons of Starke, were supper guests of Amanda enjoyed the weekend visiting Kimberly Wilson and Frank later. Following the auction the
vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Choir Practice double wide trailer Wednesday. Mr.. and Mrs. Les McClellan Wednes- friends In Atlanta. Williams. drawing for the$too Winn Dixie Shopping
Sunday night at 8 pm,Prayer Deepest sympathy is. extended to day. The occasion celebrated Mr: Les let'Grade: Danielle Hersey. Spree and the wagon wheel light
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Nugie Padgett and relatives McClellan's birthday. Birthdays 2nd grade: 1st-Scotty Campen 2nd- fixture will be held.
There will be a Halloween Party at because of the death of her husband, The ladies 'of the First Baptist Donnie Brown celebrated his 19th Jessica Fisher and David Roberts.3rd Games this year will include FishPond
the Church on Saturday night Oct. J.T. Padgett on Sunday Oct. 25. Church gave Pastor and Mrs. David birthday on Oct, 20. Grade: Mikki Bojunia.4th Duck Pond Cake Walk The
31st. .Children will leave from the Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts of ,Brown an Anniversary Party. They ,Shannon Hughes turned Bon Oct.20. Grade: Stacey Rhoden. Grabber, Scarecrow Pick Bottle Tip
church and go "Trick or Treating"and Fort Lauderdale were supper guestsof received some nice gifts and cards. Alicia Dawn Baker was 3 years old. -5th Grade-lst-Dacla-Russellr2nd-.. .Football .ThrowDart -Game*Ring
then return for apple bobbing a their Grandmother, Mrs. Rossie Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling ,Oct. 20.Wayne. Mark Rhoden. 6th Grade: Elizabeth Toss Country Store Dessert Booth
costume judging and weiner roast. Reddish Wednesday. The Roberts are daughter Melissa and their mother, Kerschner celebrated his Riccitelli: Make-up Booth, Haunted House and
Children are invited. on their way to visit his parents in Mrs. Ola Starling visited their uncle .8th birthday on Oct. 21. 7th Grade: 1st-Roger Green, 2nd- Hayride to another Haunted House.
Laura Baptist: Sunday School at .Norfolk, Va. and family, Mr. and Mrs.. Earl.Starling Stella Brown had a birthday Oct. 22. Justin Wadsworth. The menu will include cold drinks
9:49: .am. Worship Services II a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee visited of Macclenny Sunday, On Oct. 23 Bryan Archer was 8 This Friday an assembly of the stu. hot dogs sausage dogs popcorn, cotton
and 7:30 p.m. Prayer' Meeting cousins Mr. and Mrs Wilson Todd ofBrooker years old.Stephanie. dent body will be held when all adult candy, sno-cones hot coffee hot
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Redding was 14 on Oct. raffle money should be turned in so chocolate and boiled peanuts.
I Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday ,
School ,,10 a.m. Worship Services 11 NewsBy
a.m. and 7 p.m. Also Deaf Ministry I II

I each Class Sunday taught by at Mrs.11 a.m.Pam Training Whittle Mrs. C.E "Sue" Davis New Itlter Volunteer We jnpilelou' GOSPEL: : :

Union at 6 pm. Prayer. Meeting Phone 4K.VI.U4: : Fire DepartmentThe To Study
Wednesday at 7 p.m. New' River Volunteer Fire I
I .Northslde Baptist:. Sunday School 79 Year Old Department will be selling chicken % NG
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Celebrate Birthda dinners: $2 adults and $1 children 'llle Bible
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Sunday Oct. 5. was a happy day for at I the Fire houseOn Highway 2J5: :
7.30pm.: Mrs. Obelia Tetstone of Gainesville North Saturday Oct. 31. Dinners will .If \\'ith cf5 .
Smyrna Missionary Baptist Sunday when she arrived at the home of her IK served from I to 5 p.m. The altei-
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 son Lonnie Tetstone. This was her day nisi of entertainment will consist <>lvarious __ NOVEMBER 1-5
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting to preside over the clan as they groups ot GOlpclsingc.'I's .ind ; \
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. gathered to celebrate her 79th birth. to climax the day a contest for ages ;3 t-
Lang Bridge Baptist: Sunday School day. She looked very regal as she sat and under also 6 through 10 h.IIln\\'l'\11
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. is her wheelchair 'with husband costumes. So bring on all/ (lie lillltBIMSI '
I and 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting George. by her side. and gobbins and enjoy the alterniN SUNDAY SERVICES
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. There were 3 daughters and 9 sons 'n as well, us helping jour lire
lots of grandchildren and !several department.llrookrr. Evangelist Morning Worship 11:00 am
Personals: great grandchildren and a few close Gospel l Singing 2:30 pm
Mr. and Mrs Donald Brannan are friends present for the c>occassion. .:"'lIIt'.Io.\ St'IIIH I TUCK ANDREWS ;
the proud parents of a son Ronald Mrs. Lonnie Tetstone counted the At the safely patrol meeting last Evening Service 7:30 pm
Keith Brannan Jr., born Oct. 18th in guests, present and came up with a week Saberina t>ln.lni)> was 1'lt"'III"I: BELLE GLADE, FLA.
Shands Hospital Gainesville. Materinal family number of 64 present. A captian of the t patrol for the stluxil. MONDAY THURSDAY 7:30: pm J-;
Grandmother is Mrs. Barbara covered dish luncheon was enjoyed by year members attending the mod inn: I
Chamberlin; of Lawtey.. Paternal a II before the enormous cake was rolled were; Joy Vellengu. Sal>t'iina Starling IIKAR: "Hilkinir with God".
Grandmother is Mrs. Jean Brannon, out for cutting. After visiting and a Sandra Green Diane 'It-Mom-. : 9:05
W I'XK Each Sunday a.
of Jessup Ga. .' lot of reminiscing the guests disbanded Denise Tetslone. Kevin Stalling andMickel
Mrs.. Debbie Taylor, is the proud to their respective homes. St ilwC'lI. :Ne\\: nieiitheis john
mother of a baby girl Brandi Aron There were Mr. and Mrs Rue)' ing ul this lime' sere; Joanna An 'Starke Church of Christ
Taylor, born Oct. 18th in Pensacola Tetstone and children Mr and Mrs. drews.'I'ci111'hitt'utjNult/ i Douglas: ,

Fla. Maternal Grandparents are Mr. Otis Telstone, Linda Gale Manning. ..... .. .
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and Mrs. Aron Taylor. Airs. Libby Bryant and children Mr. -
and Mrs. Shurley Tetstone: Mr. and

Miss Elizabyjtl,3erry: was a Mon.."...? Mr?.mCJ..Tetslone and child. Mr. ami'Mrs."Rayford

I s... da. v rnigffr, ugst t'0 rti., tee,.:,., :'a d Mrs.Tetstone Ad_ and children.( .... .
MI """ IJrl" !: MA 4 Jolwbonj aid
I t, ,. 0 Ie;Gcgen; ret ; olm ,t'tjMldreW, Mr and Mrs. 'AtfthorQulksall 1J
Wednesday from North 'FloridaRegional I and grand children Mr. and
Hospital, Gainesville following Mrs Dick Tetstone and children. nr IIto
Mrs. Ruby Allen and children and We t 1
surgery We are happy to reporthe one Don't Give ;
is feeling much better: grandchild Mrs. Willie Mac McDavicI YLIIII
Mr. and Mrs. James Starling; and child and Mr. and Mrs.\ George .....
(daughter Julie and Mrs.'Ola Starlingwent Davis all of Brooker; Joe Ellis/ !Mr. ; I', J ,
to Bryson City and Waynesvile, and Mrs. Churck Tetstone and child/ f. li I'i''> >
all of Worthington Springs: Mr. and :." '
N.C. Thursday and returned Sunday. i.
Mr. George Shuford.underwent Mrs. Sonny Bias and children of Away
surgery i afy St. ..Vmcents Hospital ,Alachua; the honoree Oberlia and ATh ti
Jt k >rmlle,-Wednesday and came husband George Tetstone Mr. and ,
through fmenQwc0Prayers,are with Mrs. Jimmy Dampier and child.
...." Truby-Tetstone and Mr. and Mrs.! sfe
We regret to Jearti'that t''! Miss Nancy Karl: < Buck) Tetstone! of Gainesville P'ri'nting' 1 (

Bennett was admitted to Orange ParkA)1 .' t "
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tAw1/wP; I
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I llospitert Ou"pra5ers are with IiiJliii.1I il..,, f
< 2t'' The home o( Mrs. Dick Raulerson I '
M*n.TGtehAlln'' 'Hai>perwbTWauc4iala : "
>sp nt Friday night With. .her1,,.' 'was'a scene activity last Saturday I, so < Pi'I
i)bltandsetolherjMrs.C.R Crews., '. '(let, 2-T.: Friends and relatives came We are ,
Friends of Mrs. Mandy Manning callingbe cert the hours of 1.:1: p.m.. competitiv II
.' referlt 4o'laai'n' tltataring gifts and wishes of happinessfor xi-it_ ii I ;i''I'' ,,, ,

Bradford County Hospital. Our Mrs. Raulerson in her new homein -'
..wAqtre' Wnlher. 1It"" Oaks sub-division. Cake and punchi i in .
alorig with.ot her goodies were served ;' price.
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..,:>oono A8 : t 1+SA, rtl.' .." +" iMMhe.guests:'"b>" hostesses. Cathy: \,"..t .
Hallmark, Margie Sue DonaUlwHJ-v' "r' 52
dtlweo miilfity$ : JoAnn I Raulerson.;,Undjf'Raulc|>oii '
toll: .."Q rand flf-loww Nancy'wereM Corden; MftrtWhd:" Gtfffls oftirs.from'out.L.r-. J: : (;hec he. Competition fr Fl.l:

N.e Robinson and:! jtaqghj*!', MI:. and Mr. .
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..: .., Allen Oonaldswv Kl .son Mr. and \H;) .:

by ElizabetrG.. !aHier 'Mrs:,, 1 Kit-key!; .K)!biiWn., Mr. and Mrs, .,;, ,,woT ooa.r nl e** ti
Mrfund Mrs. KdSummers"and / -
crick :R0pinBOi;; -, '
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O x I C 1 I-Robinson: all of Lak t'.md. After "WeYI I beat their priceL .
& ouL.Trogtt ,, .' lake Gibson
; \ f fothlng4wgh-( I .
SAAutTroop 346 will meet each : gh School Band from lakeland ut'n'tnt .(woJ. ij <--.. _: ..
Thursday 7:30 aj. R.J.JB.:: .Com t ,\ ;homecoming activities, at .II.."..".". I tJII r'ii
Parents are to .cooperate?wit ''Ih ti i majoretteSherr, >', \' i'\1\
out, Master In..wqrking e'r DCml ) ): Tiotneiv Mrs Margie
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'r I HJ"volunteer; a i r w W' 1I\, 'u ; 'O and'brother',Jamie 10 % or more And the job will be .
the cause. '*JP \1' OfF,ht guest, of! Mrs.:,lick t
Mew/ Bethel Bs pUK"'CIi T Prayer Meeting is heW" ,Vfedoest( M') : .' t t1IdJ' ,' [ : -
day 7 p.m. Allmcmbers. .{QinyJtdto-,soar ***>'. ,wriTW ninr('hur"Jt.,; : professional . fl.
attend. Sunday 'services,nwill to a 1* (New/lliver Baptist Chafth inis- .
presented by the Youth of she chuwA o lon.'ifihneV: wllbe./ held' in the .. '
Sunday School 10 a.nv.Morning;wort'<"1,rrelloiwhip/ hall of the church Wednes"day 10 ,
ship 11 a.m. t .3* : night The Church and pastor annivetsitrywill be followed b>' guest speaker' Allen :,: ,:, I\f .H1TJOHT 1
will .
begin Ward of Gainesville who will give ula '
be various churches conducting sere Ik'and show slides of the past Iwo We have the finest' 'typesetflng'equipment money can buy and the most professional
is Invited.
vice each night. The public years of experiences he acquired serving -
Greater 'Allen Chapel A.M.E. as a volunteer missionaryto personnel ta operate this equipment available. This means your printed ,
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion South America Prayer sen'ie.'e.'Ii11I ; ,
Service 11 am.. Sunday will be held at II p.m. before disbandingfor product will'represent your business; the way you want it to. ( 1 '
Reverend '
be the final service the evening. '//u
Zanders: There will be an appreciation Sunday. Oct. ;!5. was a day for rejoicing '

service.by the memben after. morning r't'CivInlo/as :2 the new church members by baptism were We have professional printershaf know what to do to get you the best results. : .

The West Jacksonville District An- The Rev and Mrs. Jim Coun- .
nual Conference wilL begin tr.vman and daughters of New River ''
November 5-8 at St. Stephens A.M.E. Mrs. Jo Barnes and Mrs BiltjItovkell We have 102 years experience 'in the printing business in Bradford County. '" I

Church. 913 W, 5th Street.Jacksonvile, of Green Cove Spring> Mr. __ ..._ ,." L '._ ....
Fl.) and Mrs. James Padgett and Will. '
son ;' :. .
Pleasant Grove United Methodist of Penn Farms, gathered to help the J"t ,',:1.;

Church: New schedule for weekly Meetingand activities Rev 'Countryman celebrate his> birthday Why settle for less when you can get the best at a competitive price. ,I" ; :. :.
as follows. Prayer al the Cedar River! &'aIIMII : ',' -
Bible Study each ,Wednesday, 7 restaurant in Green Cove. Springs last : :
meeting Bible Study Saturday night. "
Thursday 7:30. Sunday School. a.m.
Communion 2 : llnmkrr HuptM liurtb :
Mt.: Morlah Walled The "Keen Agers" group will Bradford Printers
: Sunday School '::30 Communion gather Thursday morning ()ct. 21).. ut
Service 11 ..m. 11:43': in the fellowship hull for .
and Mt.MorUh United Methodist .| ,covered dish luncheon and an after- //I I In Printing 110 W. Call Street, Starke r 964-5764. # I In Price
unite. in a Revival Nov, 16-:1 in,Pleasant noon of music and fellowship. Those
Grove. Elder Eddie Robinson, interested arc urged/ > atieml.\ /
pastor of Pleasant Grove BaptistChurch
Keystone HeighU will conduct -
the revival. The public) invited.
All American Legions are asked to .
meet in the annex of New Bethel Baptist -
Church Tuesday 7 p.m. --"'

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BCT Special Writer ,. %
Pretty senior coed Tabitha Ansh Folsom was crowned queen of the 1981 Brad- L 1
ford High homecoming Thursday. Oct. 22, at Tornado Whirl but had to reign t + yA
over a losing effort by the football team which lost 41-19 Friday night to the
North Marlon Colts. '
Still the homecoming hoopla brought BUS to life:
Each class had to prepare a skit and float. .
The cheerleaders had to work up a pom-pom routine a tradition with the BUS
band breach Whirl. '
The band showed off a new halftime marching routine which It has polished
: up after presenting the new show at a competition In Largo. If the football team +r
didn't shine brightly Friday night, the Fighting Tornado band did drawing a a
standing ovation from the fans aAri
Allison Aljets BHS guidance counselor, had to organize the line up of the 1 + 'Gina Lane Assists Tabitha.Folsgm! I
homecoming attendants even to the ordering of corsages. Y f .......
The senior class won the skit competition with a "Haw Nee"a takeoff on the i\ t
TV show "llee Ilaw." The sophomores were second the Juniors third. The 81
whirl was very well organized and went off very smoothly according to the
comments heard around BUS this week.
The sophomore class won float competition in the homecoming parade Frl-

The cheerleaders generated spirit and boosted Tornado morale for the r 0rj
I homecoming game Friday night against North Marlon. The sweethearts of different
. clubs and organizations, princesses representing each class and the .'
I court was presented.
The queen was announced and crowned by senior class president Gina Renae
Lane. Each girl chosen selected an escort for the homecoming festivities.
Queen Candidates had their fathers older brothers, .
or escort them on Friday 1 > p V i.,
night at the football game. _
The students spent more time last week working on homecoming than goingto ..
school many spending hours upon hour working on a float or a skit. t < '
Winner of the float competition was the sophomore class. Running a close ', /. l! .1 .
race were the other classes who finished as follows: seniors-second place ;
juniors-third place. and freshman-fourth. TT Meanwhile Freshmen Conspire to Skit I
After the game the junior class hosted the Homecoming dance the best danceof .
the year held In the BITS gym. The juniors made a lot of money which they

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I : NHS Students Ten Jf Trip to Germany I Iasy

lony Burke Alp" AI !4N91w
BCT Staff Writer !
Twelve Bradford County High rJ8j1JJ 1 t
+ School students recently returned i
from a three-*eek.-visit to Europe,
bubbling over with enthusiasm at
what they had seen and done and

picking up some. keen insights,along
the way.
The adventure began Sept. 12 when
the grpup flew into Brussels ",
Belgium.The majority of the excur
sion was spent in Germany,where the \ ;
twelve students stayed with German 1r
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families living in the Bonn area.They
returned on Ocl.3 following a 1L
weekend in Paris. _
.. They were accompanied and 1
chaperoned b>' Mr and Mrs. Steve sL
Miller, who are teachers at BHS. ,. ,' i
"It was beautiful over there," said "
Sharon Fussell, one of the exchange V ty, ti 1 1A
students. "The streets are so clean;: I
there was no litter anywhere.

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similar sentiments, and pointed out ,,,
other interesting ,facets of German IltrwlM I Ia ,
existence. -a -
"The Germans are very politicallyaware
and concerned" said Brian ..'
Clark, the son of Edward and Ja/iice, -_ -

next Clark.war"They will'be are fought convinced in Europe that and the I Te:1: :: I

on I heir soil. Many of the parents __ -
remember the second world war,and ,. _
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made to be politically aware" : '",
('Ial'kuddt'd that a member of the : : ,
German family he stayed with j Iv't
forces his Jifeexpectancy) to be only' .
'20 years, because: of the war feeling. r
"lie plans to accomplish all of his j .
goals during the next 20 years { ", '
because he is certain. the war will
comev .
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that the,; Soviets ure perceived to be N .. 'I'."' '%.' .; ,t "
the "Bad UI'" perhaps because ol '\...'_'" 01' J tree" '
{heir presence on Ule borders of Gcrmuii -' .. Steel #
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Joy' si. John told how the Germans a student can't pass his exams, technical schools. mph,"she said. an
;. ,fear President Reagan "standing he can't stay in school" said Steve One of the interesting facts out I
.I', ,to the Russians-' how this is felt to up be Miller "They are much more concerned students.noted concerned the mining about
'..r prompting the very. war that Gr- about education over .there of lignite coal. equivalents, figuring 2,3larks! to the
than here in the U.S." "A whole town be moved, including -
'if many is afraid of gelling caught in the may
,? dollar and four hires
to the
middle of'They "Students don't have jobs, said the railroads, roads, and
are afraid of the neutron Julie Miller, "Going to school IS their rivers,.' said Mike Christmas., "The Rhonda Hutcheson best remembers/ Alligator Creek Ranch Inc. ;
Iwmb'saul Faith Roberts "T ey do job. Education means their whole once the area is mined, the land is her trip down the Rhine River. "It ,
'pot want it in Germany. future.. Without a good education, you totally reclaimed, the towns rebuilt; was such a feeling to look out from the t Sttn: S 9&l6473lffTracking
Each student expressed home can't have a good job, and<< hence you can't tell that it was ever mined." boat and see the ruins of castles in the
frustration at not being able to speak have the things to make up a certain mountains..
German, relating episodes, usually standard of living The German people ". 'Iuute1B1I'Itlx/
the dinner table, where they would realize this." High ti/ Randy Starling was most impressed -
unintentionally get left out of a conversation "Parents take a more active role in ,1011. tittle. Tins with how much knowledge the people
l is
Even after three weeks, 'the education of their children, Steve 'around him possessed and with
mast could only speak a few words inGot said. "For instance, German high their political.awarenC!>s,
'man. The Germans, on the other school students don't date.. This is t''ielr1'11 tin ii .Ii"c"tcm: Brian Down
Clark Julee
hand,spoke excellent English as it Is viewed as a distraction.They are less Sharon Fussell all Wise and
A required subject in school. indulgent in frivolous behavior. remember the
Each student was asked to relate cathedrals, notably the one in Cologne. -
School in Germany closely parallels Miller outlined the German educational what aspect of the trip stood out the France "The' stained Ilallll
college leaching in the U.S.. beginnIng process for us. All students attend most: gave me the most serene feeling" .1I11.118 G
at about Sam.and continuing into elementary schols through the Joy St. John was thrilled by ridingon said Clark.
the afternoon,with periodic breaks. A first six years. Then they are tested. the German Autobahn in a
particular class may only meet twice Promising students go on to college Mercedes Benz, doing 150 (year miles "To'thlnk that it still stands alter/ a'- Our ;
a week. A typical German student preparatory studies (and then on la per hour. "There is no speed limit being hit by bombs during the war, to
might study H subjects each year, college if they pass the entrance the Autobahn, except during rains. see where. it's bricked in." t'uIIsl'1IlIa's' Close Out ,:
preparing for, comprehensive final tests), while the others will be taughta .
exams Then
you are only allowed to drive 1.20:
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Emma II. Arp 67

Mrs. Emma H. Arp 67 died Saturday 24 Hour Service -
night at her home in Raiford,
after an apparant heart attack. JOIN JR. FOOD
Mrs. Arp was born in Georgia and portable Gas & .
has lived lor the last 10 years in the
Raiford community.. She was a

housewife Holiness Church.and a member of. 'the Electric welding TAPE, SAVER CLUB'I

Survivors include: her husband;
James Arp of Raiford sister; Mrs.
BBQ Grills Entrance Gates
Bessie Hart of Brunswick Ga., ll Fantastic
several neices and nephews. Burgular Bars 11
Funeral services will be held Mon-

day morning at 11 a.m. in the Chapelof Custom Built Bumpers
Archer Funeral Home of Lake \ Offer.
Butler, with Rev. Leslie Thomas of- Dupont Metal Buildings, Sales and Erection, :; ;r Save-A-Tape
ficiating. Interment will follow Tues-

day in McCray Ga, in the Friendship .
Baptist Church Cemetery, Archer ,\file cats

Funeral Home: is in charge of arrangements cans uct\ Come On Down And WIN!

James Russell Caddell onGrace Welding "Just In -Time For Christmas" ,

James Russell Caddell 68, died & Fabrication October :1. 1981 December 31, 1981
Thursday in Alachua General
Hospital in Gainesville after a brief il- Commercial Circle

lness. Keystone Heights Fla.
Mr. Caddell was born in North +

Carolina moving to Florida 27 years
ago. He has lived in Union County .T'1
since 1958. He was a Veteran of WW II Overnight Carton
retiring from the Navy after 20 years, Custom Built All Phases
and is also a retired Correctional Officer Pampers Cigarettes Coifee
from the Union Correctional Trailers Of Welding

stitution.Survivors include: his wife; Mrs 49

Doretha Wainwright Caddell ol
Raiford. 1 daughter; Mrs. Joyce Structural Fabrication

Polhill of Raiford, his mother; Mrs.
Janie Caddell of Summerville, S.C., 2 Portable Steam cleaningShop

step-daughters; Mrs. Gail Riley of

Lake Butler and Mrs. Linda Kay Murphy No. 284 Starke Hwy 100 No. 299 Keystone
of Gainesville 1 step-son; Nights & Sun.
Richard Mott of Orlando 1 brother; 473-3579 473-7396 6 12 HOURS 6.12
James Lawrence Caddell of South

Carolina, 2 sisters; Mrs. Mamie ,
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Rudloff of Moncks Corner South
Carolina and Mrs. Kathline Pritchardof

Summerville South Carolina, 4
grandsons and 1 granddaughter.
Funeral services were held Saturday -

Oct. 24, at 2:00 p.m. in Archer
Funeral Home Chapel 1 with Rev.
James Tompkins officiating. Burial The Finest Tools Available
followed in Sapp cemetery in Raiford
with Archer Funeral Home of Lake '
Butler in charge.

Comer Peek "("I'I'>man m '
.h'. Owner Peek Perr>"num. 56, w ho iI1 I
lueil ill Kinsley! Lake, died in theV
,\. ll<*p.ilal in tiamesulle. Sunday NaJaowaRE '
.ilIt-moon following} an illness of
sacral months. Born in Slarke. Oct. BUILDING SUPPLY'e
.'. IHJ5.! lie attended Bradford County .fl1lrt .
I huh School and I the University l ol <
!-'Illridil.I.: t of his adult life was
"l>ent in Jacksonville where he was a 9/1 lNlleulw.7U04 nponll c Ssw
oaleMium for the Buffalo Tank Div'I- vd.wewe .1910W
MOII Bethlehem Steel Company. He Messy
returned to this area in the mid 1970' : 17110 w4mawan.
| :Mr. I VrrviiHm was nelson ot Judgr&'':" "'T"- .". '001', .,. '- -.. '
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Mr*, U.K.. Pl'rryman.'lInd grandson: .... ';.! ; : Iv 1 :i : ,''I, ,.l ,, ,t ,rilitvSJunofl '' ..rl"19JSwaeueIv
r s1t'uL C.ll PtvlC.pi'MVr.VvlMcr; :"a., ::11' : tuh .tor a ihU ie79o9i d Jdtuo 1r, ,u vc1I (IIu1iero9 ><
"Hml'irdt'IIUllr' )'' flc.ol-"lI 'rt. ... ,._ LL -A- .,in, aing..Ik ', .. '
derail olVV 2,and a member ol the You can win 5 of our moat popular Black Decker power tools plus the
:MclliixiiM 1 faith.Survivors famous Black & Decker WORKMATEfreel! This workshop is worth
$325 and It's all you'll need for almost any project around the house. ,
include: a son. James The deadline is Saturday November 14. So hurry in now. Register to /
1"'IT\'l1Ial\ Jacksonville and a win-It'.absolutely free! ''Approximate. value.
brother Enunelt Perr.vman ol
R. .
Crystal River Fla. _
Memorial. funeral services were *
held at II a.m.. Wednesday.. 28. in f $5099' W$9601
' (he First l'nillodll'lho.hst: : Church Black a/ Decker. 1/4"/ DRILL
with the pastor Rev Warren Langerolliciating.
I Following cremation. unLrrv $1299 C,
For general ..
Initial \\ill be at a later dale in Crosby purpose I D
l Lake Cl'ml't'rDl'\\ill C. Jones Single speed(or light Exclusive recessed DIll,ck&Deckep.BIBCks.lJ claJp.
duty work and center locking button
Funeral Home was in charge ot" thearrangements. occ..lon.lbulldlng guards against WORKMATE Portable Work Center.ncivl.. *. .
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orr.modellngcldenl.I"lockon. Tw/ Portable Dual 29" Model 79-001 .
prelects Drives Doubleineulated Reg. $15.49 : I
Work Center *riM.. .MrtbOTcflMMMMrMflTW"' ** .' VMa'
accessories and Vise ... .,..__ +T"eandingpollehing
Thomas Z. Stanley Baudhru.i'.ndeleeve .1< hrll! .: ..
Single I 23" Model 179.003 How OM anapoa ami,Iwnoar up to'r..".aa,ua ;
Thomas Z. Stanley M.D.. age 70, buffing,grinding, bearings.- ((7004)) < 1011"Ologonauy.MoKfc wdg Miapaa....... w\\7. "
died in the North Florida Regional wire brushing sip lor ata tfyln|oadi Mth' KM r.wkAporl.bleworkcentarplantvleeand : ,

Hospital early Sunday morning sawhorse all In one! Can be set up anywhere, I any"'' "es'/pdL3.nr'::earlymwNOne..raamalp/Mb.: unili banod l ,XHlfBacks }ty t .
following a lingering illness.Dr. ..... In workshop,garage,or on work site.Folds -- ._ ..... .n..pwlyw welaBack4 + .
Stanley was born in Nanticoke. .f'l' Hat for storage. 23-1/4"work table opens to ,H
Perm., and moved here in 1976 from Gi Decker. I 5-1/4"ads.C.nholdobj.CleUJlI021", .
Columbia. S.C. He was a practicing 7392 Reg.987so Ir:"\ diagonally Swivel pegs hold Irregular and I 1001' Off on All. Black & 1\n

physician at the Jacksonville Beaches 2 HP(Max.motor output) \.I:! circular obiects V-grooves In vise jaw.grip .
and Pensacola. retiring in 1975. He BALL BEARING CONSTRUCTION tubular pieces. Base of sturdy steel Some, Decker tools net on'Safe.'" r / '
assembly required, wrench Included.27"
wide. ,
was an Army veteran of WW II. 7.111"SAW
31-1/4"high 23-1/2'deep Folds to 27"wide.
Survivors include: his wife: Lor- nterrunxMedlutureilixverMtUlly- $3900 y
38-1/4"high 5-1/2"deep ;
raine D. Stanley. daughters, Susan .. Y
S Noonan of Allentown N.J., & Janet f How, llHiloroulpiiliriHlMlouglwilioblMMHupiwiittioiiw ,Mr '!Ii4 .
Stanley of Dushore Penn, and 2 Bl_guard. Slutdyino. .
.. tDeeksrk' I.'OUR.
0 wrwnd lor .
grandsons.His ..,..--,.....,..,.....OO, .0.lupinn.,.._," .JStOfl-.fOOCS
and mrd.ben.Tamrow.n, T.orwna..lo.. 7393 Rep $98.49
remains were a T
tiMdy emus. SW.....no convruclioiir .. 7-1/4"SAW WITH !
memorial service was held at 4:00: I0. oil Oullon guHm CARBIDE .faAT.'AIIIII BtACI "DICKBrS
p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 21. in the St. ,...' Siwdutl.,..giiitufilauiaru ,....chut* TIPPED BLADE \y:: I _

Anne's Heights Episcopal Fathers :Michael Church.Williams Keystone bn-,.t r wsiDility Mwtfusl A.1V.*.rrda.anlylwe/a...OPIionBI,rip tone. 150IpISd.M.T TMOI .re'w.wM.11.ew1/M $ rypp.!ootr Buy any.". these. Black A Decker power too...

luwbr. c fttotorouiputi sailprMrollarMarMga M our k w sale. price. Theo
Hugh Edsall officiated. Intermentwill :.. jSt. sn adJticllal s.s
ao lor
> gmMr '
be at a later date.UelkerC."Buz". wb to from Black&; Decker. Sea details O iwee.eeweay.M011e.U

Blacks Decker eoIiw _. w''WI'eweIeed in-Mcrsdiiplay. .
ww Dew wemeen. O>" _
BjronMr. p eific..lly for kullMr*Wr paround.!_
7308 7.1/4"SAW MMgnMaMMKimort IicMUnt. ..NV......resod.Re'prM? .
: Welker C. "Buz" Byron 91. ..HM HO* TM IUMM UrtKM.....Mwhllly....,.... aD1aeYAM4leSpldlpa1J .
Lnv _......... R/e.potae 14111
died in the V.A. Hospital in CoiMilwH tacking boob"lotBlacks.
For encnl ewpoee..... ._--Ia-.... SeIit priae .....
epwWn. '
GaineSll1eIonda: night following a ill HPmM( ffioloroulpuU Sturdy.,.flraoMOuMUioolorMdMKippoll eN ...-
lingering illness. Accnlloptional
:Mr. Byron was born in Millersburg.Ohio. f3!9O1 np Iwwo Powr lock. oilouiion ,r. Your Mee $2800 ellso

Feb. 10. 1890. and served in the a......aura..rnw.OOMMII..,..: ...,.._.u.IIOTIB.lion 9u.,_.yglHiclorlMtlcrvitirMlilr mow,nrbrN
,....... 0
( .S. Army from 1909 until 1945. retiring "' TW4KMlorpouiiM Decker.
in 1943 as Chief Pharmacist. Dur -r control
OouDi rntulalotf S v C l and doptnadu 7397 VsrioWrpeldJyBaw
ing his long service in the Navy he lm.nia quickly. aaa"ly mad*
served under 8 presidents. He was a R $34.95' e c' 7-1/4"VERTICALLY ADJUSTIN Raaplke 135.6
eg SAWCAT CIRCULAR SAW pike sae oo
member of the Keystone-Melrose TBADCt Rag. $159.89 ? '-"bee sgg

American Legion Post No. 202 the $3199 e ra. ..... .
.HP. :
motof output) l wtlul fHoioreanvtrucKon (
Retired Officers Club of Jacksonville _M...ne MtMM lo nMI tt.. .7 q
and member of the .erler.nwpMdlOlw, q
a Keystone
.. ... lIwcI
Heights. Community l Church. 7: "nrlrwrrr.wl..-.-........Una teM.-*pMKtwt'Ofl. 119SI> _
Survivors include: his wife Helen Blacks Decker. ......le.-19 tiMff ft.w. >w v from 7+<..,...k....ky5e:
wad. eweumww/d P. ___
1 t:. Byron of Keystone Heights; and a Req$32.95 __. ......,...._u.... .....,.... SS4 95
nephew. Richard E. Byron of 7300 5-1/2"COMPACT SAW ./w 544.00: .
Urooksville, Fla.
Funeral services were held at 1:30l : $2799 Yew
l pin.. Friday,'October 23 in the chapelof UTILITy a'a $9

lieWill C. Jones Funeral Home For enenai,ewpDoe uee.n .qy.w 7190
with Rev Buddy C. Friedlin of- concapl in pomaf. >I ha VI/JI a dNee .
tin.-iliiiK. Interment was in the HT wada r/iM. _M, Or....... ,A Ac ,.........

fIII.h'morlal, : Park in .panarrng.....,.. ,,plywood...In..mowing....Iw0, (fun.wortMMCilicallyloiltom .,- e "2."

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Grand Opening of the

.,Starke Pioneer Dewitt C. Jones is Dead at .92
.,' .,:';,J: .: Hair Designers
_. ,. : Services 'were held at 2:30: p.m.
and also '
'r' ;:: Florida Coca-Cola Company, Tuesday at the
in .
",\.!, ,. '," IG Baird graveside Crosby "For Hair Cutting Excellence
< l'F.' sold his hardware store to Lake Cemetery with Rev. Jerry
r r Hardware of Gainesville about the Hayner Gainesville, First
1. y' 1: 'r.. t,$ ti same time.Expanding. Church officiating. Baptist I
r'i 114Pi' his funeral home ser .
t tv ; "" .g64 730. wet,
vice, Mr. Jones established a servicein 9647303'a'
>' Gainesville in 1926, and another at FLORIDA THEATRE ,
Keystone Heights in 1966. He disposedof ,
all three over the years, but con Starke 964.5451
tinued an association with the Starke Nov. 3rd Nov. 3rd
Sat. Sun.
home until recently. t .r
In addition to his business Interests ;
1 l fA Mr. Jones was also active at one timein BILL \ ,.
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the Florida National'Guard, and MURRAYSHOW11MES .
also held public office in Starke. tie s Jerry Chris Roy
bT of.ill.P
joined the National Guard in 1906 as a
r private and was promoted to captain 144 W. toN SI.. StlrtM
and company commander In later gor. (Across from TIM Tttegnph' )
a : years. : 964-7303
He served several terms on the
Chris, Jerry and Roy have
Starke City Council in the 1916-24 : : make an appointment today.
K, '+x period, when he was instrumental in Frtdiy 7:00: I 8:50: the qualification to meet the We would like to thank the
f ; promoting a bond issue to enable the SaL, Sun. 5:05: 7:00: A 8:50: haircutting needs of the whole people of Bradford Clay and
power plant to provide electric ser family They are a brotherUnion County for making our
vice on a 24-hour basis, rather than in sister team that has shared profession a success
the evenings only. He was elected their vast knowledge in advanced
301 Drive In
A lifetime spanning 92 of Starke's His long business career began in Mayor of Starke for a two-year term haircutting techni HOURS:
124 years came to a close in the early earnest at the of 18 when he '
age pur In 1926. in cut Tues. & Wed. 9 am 6 pm
Fri. thru Mon. ques. They specialize
morning hours of Sunday, October 25, chased an interest in a hardware and
Jones was the last survivor of the Thurs. It -7
and blow dry styles on men, pm
when DeWitt C. Jones, a figure in the farm implement store operated on committee which divided Bradford
business life of this area for almost a East Call Street by George C. Liv and Union Counties in 1921. women and kids. "For Haircutting Friday 9 am 6 pm
century, died in his sleep. Death, ingston. As a sideline, the partners i Excellence", call and Saturday 9 am 3 pm
which came at his home in sold caskets, just as Mr. Jones father Mr. Jones was a member of the'
Gainesville, was attributed to heart had done in his general store in the Gainesville Elks Club and the In
.. failure due to the infirmaties of ad days before "funeral parlors" came dependent Order of Odd Fellows. He Price List
vanced He born in Starke has been a member of the Gainesville
age. was on into being. $2.00 off on All Complete Hairstylesfor
June 24,1889. Mr. Jones eventually bought his Rotary Club since 1928; was a
Although the expansion of his partner's interest in the business, and member of Woodmen of the World, school students & senior citizens
business caused him to move to the casket and funeral service and member of the Florida Funeral $ to.ooMen's Complete Hairstyles

Gainesville in 1928, Mr. Jones still re sideline continued to expand until it Directors 1946 and Asan.serving'47. He was christened as presidentin at 1 2. $ 14 Ladies' Complete Hairstyles

almost tained close daily ties visitor to Starke here and as long was an as was hardware necessary store.to Thus separate the it DeWitt from the C. an early age in the Methodist Churchof ..Plus.Mountain* (According to length of hair and type of cut)

his health permitted.Although he bad Jones Funeral Home was establishedin Starke. $3b $4O Acid Balance Perm (Curly, Natural Dry or
sold the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral the days when horse-drawn Mr. Jones is survived by his Men Blow Dry Perms according to length of hair)
Home in Starke in 1977, he continued "hearses" were still in vogue. In 1917 daughter Miss Elise Jones of
Includes Recondition Cut and
to be active in its operation until a Mr. Jones advertised the purchase of Gainesville; one son, Darby Jones of Showtlme: 7:00 Shampoo, ,
short time ago. his first "Automobile Funeral Car" Tampa; four grandchildren, and two''' (Appointment not always necessary)

His roots were deep in the community ''which would enable him "to conduct great-grandchildren.
of Starke being the scion of 'funerals in any part of the county." \ .,
two pioneer families of this area. His After a brief exposure to "higher YOUR
father was Newton J. Jones, one of education" at the old Florida CHOICE ,
Starke's earliest merchants, and his Agricultural College in Lake City- DOLL- SALE! $20 OR
mother, Bonita E. Richard Jones, which was later moved to Gainesvilleand "J e IIEAGLEI.
was the daughter of Capt. John C. became the University of
Richard, a Civil War officer and a Florida-Mr. Jones' interest in'the
partner in the firm of Richard & world of business caused him to
Pace, Starke's first large general decide that "further. schooling" .
merchandise store, established in wasn't for him.
18S7. .various times, in addition to his 0/0OFF I S Sa verseg
hardware store and funeral home he OURREGULAR i i ,99yeluel uper
With business both
a background on operated the Starke Coca-Cola bottling 10 FAMOUS JEANNETTEGIFTWARE
sides, Mr.Jones gave early indicationof UNT
following in the family tradition.Asa plant and held the franchise dur PRI
boy he worked for the city power ing the busy years of Camp Standing Save up to 56on brand
plant, helping to install electric wiring when 20 trucks were required to supply '
in many of the early homes built all the routes handled out of Starke. YOUR 627 1 796
during that..perlod.Neu's.. In 1941 he sold his franchise to the CHOICEI! names and best sellers

Eagle Family Discount Stores Is featuring a
and watched as several large containers large selection of TV dolls. Import dolls A >
Briefs were 'filled for the use of the American dolls. Many will be sold out before today through Sattirdayj
elephants. Christmas, so now Is the time to layaway. '. ft'\.:
The 'watering' took about 45 \ ,
Pinehurst Gro. minutes and was a change of pace '.''W63 \
from the usual customer at the store. 83
Better Known As \.

Watering Hole Griffis Sought E ,

.. Pinehurst Tuesday Groc.at 1:00: on pim.! eout afUan sa-i eptered o re <-: Federal Warrant \-.. .. ,'..BOYS' AND.GIRLS' 20" 't,;,,,,,,,,,;,
for tY'''L of Stake'M HI-RISE P .__' ?? questing water bjsj .[ Ronnie Grifis.23. ,being
''h' clerk: Ruby Lewis,4alt< at !SOught by federal offleers for failure t 'featuring tastba'Suhndlekar ,l YI
kind of animal; 'WP'WaTrr said "to appear at hearings in Jacksonville banana seat chrome- eted fi ers,S geaembl y not InGuded.

"elephants". s federal court Oct. 12. and coaster Drakes 1r r+ .+
Six large elephants were traveling Griffis was arrested last month on d I
from DeFuniak Springs to Daytona as counterfeiting charges with his uncle
part of a circus and were in need of Billy G. Griffis and three other Starke '
water. There were other trucks load- men after a grand jury indictment. MEN'S 1183 save 1 I
ed with animals but none seemed as Griffis who was living with his un JEANS 3.05. ""
thirsty as the elephants. cle at 414 N. Myrtle St. in Starke, has .
Never one to let a customer slip not been seen since earlier this
away Lewis hooked up the water hose month. needle elastic stretch backs and ad .

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October 29,1981 '

Archie Cedric Rosier, 23.: Law ley. Barber of Jacksonville was northbound -' 27. charged with violation of probation 'It
News BriefsLake received two months in the Bradford was Unable to atop as Wilkinson and order of arrest. ,
County Jail for stealing cattle in pulled onto the roadway into his McRae arrested in the Brookerarea
Alachua County In May. Rosier was path. Wilkinson was struck in the left had left his address and failed to Up Front
Geneva Man charged with grand theft, receivedlive rear side by Barber's vehicle. file his monthly report 'which is in
Sentenced 5 YearsMike years probation and must pay Wilkinson was taken to Orange violation of his probation 1
restitution of$5.344 to the victim Gary Park Community Hospital where he to his parole officer. McRae serve
Gonzalez of Lake Geneva Smith of Gainesville and $:.100 court was treated and released. time for involvment in the Dalmer
received a I five year sentence for aggravated costs. Charges of improper start of park. burglary in Starke in 1977, he Is cur- Maney :
assault with a deadly Careless Driving ed vehicle and careless driving were rently on probation for that offense.
weapon. Gonzalez plod guilty before Causes Accident placed against Wilkinson. McRae's order of arrest was for ,
Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders who Damage to Barber's vehicle was failure pay child support he is at Y
ordered a three-year mandatory Jimmy Joe Wilkinson was treated $3.000 and damage to Wilkinson's.'81 this time approximately $7,500 in ar
prison term. at the hospital after his vehicle was Ford pickup was 1000. rears. IsHoTrick
Gonzalez demanded, with a pistol struck on US-301, 2 miles north of Oct. 28 McRae appeared before
pain medication from Dr. Abraham Lawtey Oct. 25. Man Arrested Judge Jeanne D. Crenshaw he
Canlux on June 8 at the Bradford Wilkinson,29,RII I Box 244 Lawtey, Probation ViolationWilliam received 5 mos.,29 days for the order
fount.v Hospital. Judge Sanders! was parked on the cast shoulder of of arrest, bond was set at 5000.
recommended that Gonzalez be sent US-301, started to pull across the Robert McRae, 41, 556 SW
to Lantana Correctional Institution roadway from east to west. A'82 Olds 9th, Lake Butler was picked up by
\ihich houses drug ollenders. station wagon driven by Richard M Bradford County Sheriff's Dept. Oct. ,

In other court cases: ;

Bruce K i c hard ;.Nelson 2J: and. The Eyeglass ,Store or Treat \
Bruce I D. MIIJ ITS. 2.1: former correctional
nllicers., pled guilt and received .
SUNN) lines lid day jail terms and i
two years probation each for intriiilu'flnin 1 'f4J October Sale
III I contraband into state .
prisons "
Nelson. il/ Stark, was employed at
..1..llla..1 St.ile Prison.. when he tried to ,
Mkr marijuana; into FSP in :March. A Clear Single Vision Glass or Plastic . . 25.00 ''i :
:Noy ITS.ol Slarke, was employed atl..ni -
IKtunk/ I.I1..tionallnotltut.. Ion when Clear Bifocal Glass or Plastic . .' . . 45.00 '
nuiiijuanu into the prison in rw ,
,\ugU..I.t 1J7I.! !
+ or- piano to 4.00 eph up to 2.00 cyl Special Grinds Priced Separately f
lt1)cky Clinton Thompson. Starke.
w.is in Bradford given :.1 t l County years probation Jail to be.W:served(lays Plastic Frames. . . start as low as. . 12.00 F Fw

on I the weekends and must pay J
1I',I.lutlUn. to the \iclim. Thompsolla"l'Il.II'g'd Metal Frames. . . start as low as. . 25.00
\\ w ith ti-allicking l in stolen
!properly, resulting hoot a Dec 1'JIIO {
incident ol I lln-lt ill a residence.'Ihoinas Before you order glace compare our prices and service.We .
I.VMIII Ham Ilton. I IK.SUu specialize in Eyeglasses and nothing elsel!
'ke. ,'hII'g'dIth burglary' ol a
Bring us new prescription or have present lenses duplicated
structure. received: >ears.. probation.iiid your your
he iii tot I pay $250 to BI'mlt".cII'OUIII
> llaiiiilion' pled J guilty<( lo the r' Located At:
hurgl.II'. IIIh/ ,' linidlord CnuntvClinic .' / \ US 30IS & Edwards Road
m .Keliru.ir.v.liiiiiine Across from Community Bank

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USDA Choice Ask About Our '
LAKE CITY- Those individualswho Alligator Harvest Heavy Western BeeTS USDA
missed out on a quota hunt per- Blanding Yields Important
mit still have the oppurtunity to hunt :. HindI 3 5 \ .52.: Froozor Specials .
in this area during the first nine daysof Yields Scientific Data ,,

hunt season which opens Nov. 14 TALLAHASSEFlorida is a step QtrS. i
That thanks to the Raiford Tract 6' BucksHalf closer to understanding the dynamicsof Lb.4'- t ACCEPTED USDA Choice
wildlife management area,which will the state's alligator population as a Cut & Wraooed ..
be open to primitive weapon hunters result of a special experimentalharvest '
starting Nov. 14 with a dozen more bucks were fRONTS IChuckg3teak
quota permitsnot taken at Camp Blanding reserve last held earlier this month the 9 k "
required. "The
only t
weapons five-member Game and Fresh Water
weekend the first of two weekends of
allowed on the ,
area are bows, muzzleloader hunting.The Fish Commission was told Friday USDA Choice ,
muzzleloading rifles" and 6 kills upped the deer taken (October 231.Meeting ). lb. '
muzzleloading shotguns said Blade Cut a
Sgt. Tallahassee the Commission
Clyde Jordan of the Game Commission's count to 31 for the 4 weeks of primitive

heard status
a report
( and muzzleloader)
weapons archery
law enforcement division.In .
the Division of Wildlife regarding the
the past free hunting with one last weekend of : Chuck
running dogs have :
this weekend Oct. experimental harvest which was conducted -
been a problem at Raiford Tract.Jor muzzleloading and
Oct. 1.14 Orange
30Nov. 1, before the general hunt
dan reminds hunters that
possession Lochloosa lakes In Alachua County. Roast
Nov. 14.
or use of dogs is prohibited and season opens
The Commissioners were told that
354 hunters worked the Blanding
will be strictly enforced. Divison biologists have collected in- I,
woods weekend. this
Nimrods planning to hunt the tract Again formation on the lakes' alligator $ -169
should check the weekend the quota is 200 for each day
regulations and hunt
for to
populations seven years prior
and but
Saturday Sunday any quota
before the
map entering area.
spots not used can be filled by walk- the experimental harvest which provided lb. Premium
Jim Poncier of the
Game Commission's -
ins at 9 a.m. a basis for the taking of 350 (
enforcement division will be '
Gates will at 6 and closeat alligators.
open a.m. FRYERS
the Hunt Coordinator at the Raiford
Biologists will now be able to .
the hunt
: p.m. once general
Tract this year and reminds hunters monitor the natural reproductive
that the rules and laws of the season starts.Starke '
sport response of the population an Impor-
WILL be enforced and that only per- tant step in planning any future "' Cut Up \ A.
sons participating in the hunt are Man Guilty harvests of the reptile.
Whole K O C
allowed on the area PORK
On another matter the Commis- '
Of '
Shooting Spike sioners voted approval of 'a recom- 00 *37ffi O m. <* *
Herman G. Geiger of the Sampson mendation from the Division of 41bS $1
Game Commission Has Lake area plead guilty last week to Wildlife to purchase 711 additionalacres LIVER Per Case

"Eyes in the Sky" taking a spike deer with a firearm in the Cecil M. Webb Wildlife
during bowhunting season. He was Management Area in Charlotte County -
LAKE CITY-The addition of "eyesin sentenced to payment of a $275 fine. I and 65 additional acres in the Cor-
the sky" has added a new dimension plus court costs. bett Wildlife Management Area in Western Small Boston
to wildlife law enforcement Wildlife enforcement officer Jim Palm Beach County. Butt
First Cut Lean
patrol in north Florida. Poncier arrested Geiger with the The in-holding tracts which belongto Meaty 6ustafsM .
Five Baker County men learned the deer which was taken from him. private landowners will be pur- Pork Pork 2I B;:...
hard way of the airplane's effec chased from the land acquisition trust : Spare MilkI I \
tiveness. Arrested for illegally taking Baldwin Man ChargedFor fund at a total of $704.000. 4 1899 :
and possessing deer were Ivie The land acquisition program of t the Chops Ribs Roast \
Jackson Raulerson Route 2, Box 581, Killing TurkeyDavid Commission is based on an increaseof 'LII' Bread .

John Payton Shannon, Route 2, Box S. Tolleson of Baldwin was the wildlife management area per- ,'
(iiM), William Woodrow Knabb, Route charged on three hunting counts last mit from $5 to $10 pursuant to $139 $149 5149 Lb. Lo Fat c
1. Box 981, and William Terry Raulerson Friday for killing a turkey over legislative action in 1972. Sixty per- Lb. lb. ] 2 a 89
P.O. Box 592. all of Macclenny.Also bait, possession of a gun in a manage- cent of the revenue derived from the 1"
arrested was Steven Fredrick ment area closed to hunting and for additional $5 fee is utilized for land !JEi4-ElZSa Gal.TheMtSt.
Fish Route 1, Box 54-F Sanderson.The trespass while armed on Gillman acquisition by the Commission. '
five pleaded guilty and were Paper Company grounds. Also appearing before the Commis-
sentenced by Judge D.L. Griffis of Tolleson illegally killed the turkey sion were representatives of the
Macclenny to $537.00 fine each plus in Black Bottom Shooting Preserve "Friends of the St. Johns River"
taking fifteen. hours of a Hunter according to wildlife officer Jim Pon- citizen group. They expressed con-
Education course and confiscation of cier. The trespassing charge is a 3rd cern that commercial fishing interests -
Kim and lights. degree felony while the other two on the river were detrimental r 105 Edwards Road Acrais tram Bradford Square
Activity has increased recently as charges carry 1st degree misde- lo game fish population from Lake
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish meanor counts. George, south to highway 46, near
(Commission wilidlife officers have Sanford.
seized seven vehicles, fourteen guns
five deer and arrested eighteen persons I I s i i sa
for illegally taking or attempting

lo l take deer.Anyone with. information about PORTABLEWARMTH.( sr

wildlife violations should call the

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pennies* an hour. The
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continuing energy-saving to enjoy level while Annual
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adds/ a 9300 BTU's of clean Starke Road Race

I 1.A mi l.oNT| r"ulllllhc' (:C'I'I1III1I"t-, | heat.Removable.
pie iincl I heir language: : l h o her must e ) fuel tank for L
convenient filling.
Interesting i Hole
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""ailh !Kolicrls mentions the 1''I'c'"ls! a Efficient glass chimney .
and castles as Mil iliA her" a leelmK: e Deluxe woodgrainfinish.
I Il'a velum buck in t tune to the/ :\leileialpen. i Saturday November 7 1981
i" .M I.| e Operate 16 'hrs. on one q ,
Aliout the\.UItIIIA'IU'IIAI'al1l.: Sll' 'C'1 filling.
:Miller, explains I that II was strict i,, 'l> a"" a Convenient push button
volunteertiling. .and; was nor .IMUIreil electric Ignition.
""" l Ihllho;1 'scliol itself. He :11I1 .huI a'U.L. listed.Smokeless.
dutyrl.rNheie.Iatus C Odorless, AUTUMN Trophies to All Age Groups First Place Winners
wile urfei"-jji\en 'Temixd'arj
threeeek and Sate.Conveniently. '' I ,' Trophies to First pl.tcemaleandfemalewinner over;.ill in both races
,i (lor the
I C portableand Second and Third place prizes to all age! groups '
i 11'111.i ihi-"" ih ,"i easy to operate.KKOEHRINO. <
FUN RU1 Trophy to oldest and youngest runner.
I'lie sHiiHil+ ji'ooMTale| ; { 1''I..a''c' 'h\lt"Ihc'\ ,m'flml for' ;heliip. V

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Inline r> tIii uuIi\'ideal Muilenl and
I.is iir hill.v hcr'iii'eiits.| | ,, All proceeds: )benefit) the Bradford-Union Association for Retarded Citizens.

The/ {uriiiip.vas limited in ..IZc' .111 Pre iousrY'. Pnsored by Piggly Wiggly.
.iliout) U Indents, l but Ihreo druppedmil ,
.1 nd;were;" pot ri'placi'il.'fhs{ proveil .:.
I to bra\ IM'o.illI"""Ah. as the :Millers I l la tm e.r. Sponsored this, year by The Bradford County Telegraph and The Community State Bank of Starke.
hulls I'elt that I 12 was the optimum. a Le; pot Donated T.Shirts
hull dWrul students \\ n. ( Trophies. Advertisement)

Miller: loll.. thai the next such /group( '.\\v
should; |hc' heller prepared ill'thel.uiKiiaue
( ( and also in the 1I\11 lal1lt II'S. 9 Who.tM, "i'At. i Alt" .".".. Don't Walk Kun
As for ,when he couldn't t feasibly plan
.mother,I "Udlll'ip until late I'.KKi.! : Prices Starting at Two Races : 10,000 meter and One ((1)) Mile Race
The Miiilentsvero{ unanimous on 149.95
T-Shirts to all Finishers.
one IHIIIII tit Iheeloseol HUM nit-mow,
\\V teal like we are nnvi' if lainil.l%. Wind & Fire
explained Clark above the chorus.al l
his new lirolhers' and sisters' "\UII of Florida AGE GROUPS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
can't lH-lio\t how closewe H"l l l.Mum In Start:
Brett 8 Jerry's 2 Overall Trophies
: and Pad" Mr.: ;find :Mrs.Miller 480 Lawrence Ave.
: i, to our German: families and Keystone Heights. Fl. 13. Under 13. Under Civilian Club Galoraide 8 race officials Community State Bank of Slarke

In each other during the llmr wwk 473-3623: 14.17 14.11 Jaycee's of Keystone- RICe Assistants U.S. 301 South
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MetalsShop ::: 40 ,o er ,A. TGay'Discount onT Shirts Starke Florida 32091

Thomas 3S 31 McDonald's 3D Dinners
Hardees 30 Dinners -
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,: FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION preceding Thursday before publication. Beginning

; Doctor Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine. QUALITY, INSTALLATION ,November 1, 1981 because of increase in postage

But Will Interest His Patients In The Cart Of The Human FaseFdlilwatee
D. there will be for The
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Frame In DM And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease" of
-T.EDISON SAVE O.lti ", 964-6956 oa, SAVE charge will be $1.00 for each'ad. Send (jn your money

ON HEATING I I ON COOLING with ad or pay for ad when you, place it .....SAVE $$$
24 Hour Emergency Answering Service

Mon., Wed., & Fri. 8:30 to 6 Tues. & Thurs. 8:30 to 5 DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE Mininum charge $2.50, each word over 15 is 10 each.

; DR. W.C. EATON 473.3604. ***Not responsible for errors when ad is given over the

: DR. LOUNITTI EATON HWY. jr N. telephone or when copy is not typed and brought to the office.

-Keystone Heights Ads-,


BINGO AMERICAN LAKI LOT on sand bottomed SIDE BOARD $150 Roy 3BR 2BA HOME--CH/A. $350 OFFICE SPACE for' rent
WILSON T-2000 tennis METHODIST 3BR 2BA HOME In Silver LEGION HALL SR-21 lake In Hillcrest. $800 Dulton Pitcher "The per month. Lake access. I Keystone Office Center HYPNOSISopenlng practiceof
racquets, call 473.2210 or CHURCH Ridge overlooking Silver Saturdays p.m. and Sundays down $146..... p.r month. Poacher" Collection of 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 call 475-2160 after 4.00: Mark David Wise B.A..
473-4380 after 5:00: 2 to S. Public invited Phone 473-4058 FURNISHED COTTAGII
p.m. or
Needs a nursery attendant Lake. Two miles to very old National p.m. tfnchg 10/29 Now offering services for
TFN 10/29 for Sunday mornings for Infants Keystone schools, on county OVERIATfRSANONYMOUSAre tfnchg 10/15 "73- 367 after 6 p.m. Geographies. Call 473-3322 bedroom, I bath furnished DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE prescription hypnosis for
up to 3 years old. If owned roads 41000. tfnchg 7/30 or 473-2739 evenings or cottage on Little lake HEIGHTS upstairs .2 or 3 tradditlonal and Individual
Interested call Mon. Wed 11 3/"% mortgage. you LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGE- week-ends. Itchg 10/29 Geneva $225 per month. bedroom apartment. 1,700sq. applications (smoking
GENE REESE or Flrdays between 9.1 3760078. Hnchg 6/18 addicted to food? Is your Keystone Heights, owner TWO GENTLE MARES child Keystone Heights Realty. ft. could be excellent weight control doctor
REALTYGENE 473-3829 GOING OVER SEAS-MUST weight affecting/ the way financed 10 percent in safe, $1.000 and $600 col! Realtor 473-4961 tfnchg location for office or referral; stress reduction,
EXPERIENCED HELLIARC SELL cut. 2 bedroom you live your lif.? Call terest. Lots on clear sand 1-473-3364 I Itchg 10/29 NOW BUILDINGLaasIng' business., Call 473-3542 etc) Please call Galnsville.
REESE REALTOR WELDER famllor with house. lake oc.... O.A. No dues no fees, no bottomed lake, priced to 1910 KAWASAKI 440. windshield 1,000 sq.ft. at Hwy 100 and 2tchg 10/22 10/29 376-3545. for appointment.
welgh-lns. Open meeting sell from $9,900. On. to Hwy 21. Also 3.000 .ft. In
aluminum and stool. Call beautiful large woodedlot sissy bar as new, sq tfnchg 86UNWANTED
OAK FOREST !3 473-4904 2tchg 10/22 assumoble mortgageat Tuesday night. at 7:30 five acres overlooking lake 2.000 mils $1,100 call front of Keystone HeightsPost PERSONALSERVICES HAIR
p.m. at St. Anna'sEpiscopal ( available) with Office Call 473-2149
bedroom 1 BA on 5 fer- \ 10/29 9Vcall owner Church 473-2604 Itcha I 1029Huntty DESTROYED FOREVERI
LICENSED INSURANCE 473-2735 nice trees from $3.500 or 473-2014. 4tcha 10/1 Why settle for ?
til LI". oak and evenings tfnchg temporary
Keystone Heights.Meetings .
$500 down $50 a month. ONE HALF OF DOUBLE OFFICE
AGENTS add "perfect 10/29 Call for
our appointment
fruit tr_.. Extra wll
also held ..
10" to your life portfolio. NEW ALL CEDAR Energy efficient Commercial frontageInvestment Redfearn'sSERVICES for rent oc.corp.tlng. CARPENTER WORKiRemodeling 4737033. Amy's Elec
and tank that
septic to a Thursdays at 9.30 a.m. In _
N.w opportunity. $80 p.r month. work kitchen ,' 490 Lawrence
concept high commission 3BR. 2Bo. large live troly "
mobile homo can be add the Starke Recreational (
SR21N. Owner-salesman. 470 Lawrence Blvd. cabinets and trim
j call Saturday or ing and dining room with Blvd., Keystone. 9/24 tfn
ed. appraised Bldg. In Starke. For Information

473-4375. tfnchg 8/6 Keystone 473-4472 Jackie carpenter Reasonable
Sunday 473-7373. Itchg fireplace. Also family EXPERT
large carpentry great
by bank for IM.tOO. 10/29 room large lot with / or emergency help, AKC DOBERMANS-Top 4734340or 3BR. 1BA, Den with prices. Call Ed Dempsey at I referrences, satisfaction

$35.000. CUSTODIAN n..d.d for trees. Lak. Santa F. access call 473-2790 or 964-8587. quality only. You are invited Fireplace, walk to school 473-2477 after 6 p.m. guaranteed., Call 473-2854

WOODLAND ACRESlBeautiful High School hours 3:00 to located Semlnola ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSclo..d tfnchg 8/27 to visit our kennels. | | 4734252Repair Peach St.. Central Heat tfnchg 72CARPENT.V before 8 a.m. or after 7
3 BR. 2 BA 11:00 p.m. Salary around Ridqe. 473-2012 Itchg 4751228. dishwasher solar water AND p.m. 9/24 tfn '
homo on 1.4 acres. Paved $8.000. Contact David WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN Of Mafor heater $280 p.r month. MASONARY WORK build PAINTING Interior and Exterior
driveway, landscaped Owens at 473-2761. Itchg SHELL HOUSES- Special. On meetings Monday's at 8 tfnchg 72ViACRE Electric Appliances Call ...".2539 or 473-4148 patios, additions, remodeling Phone 473-3919
fireplace. Many 10/29 Your Lot. Cash Talks! p.m. Open meetings Friday's LOTS for sale from 2tpd 10/22 10/29 homes and til. work. 2tchg 10221029PAINTING.WALL
energy saving ."ra.. I BR I BA$,900 8 p.m. Alonon- 2995. Restricted, with Serving Bradford 4 Cloy ON LAKE GENEVA 2 Also painting. Free PAPERING,
Designer drop. WORKING CLASS HEROES 2 BR. 1 BA $12.500 Monday at 8 p.m.. 'lake access 3772808. Counties bedroom house for rent estimates. Phon. 473-4473 Pressure washing free
Recently redecorated. Employm.nt S.rvlc. Serving 3 BR, 1 BA$15.500 Alateen-Monday's 7 pm. tfnchg 618DUPONTE : $250 per month' call during day. tfnchg 8/6 estimates expert craft-
$ 9,500. Keystone Heights' and 3 8R.2 BA $17.500 All meetings at the Educational METAL BUILDING t LawrenceiB/vd. K.- 1-786-0054 Itchg 10/29 manshipl 473-3773 Itchg

LAKI LOTS BLDG. LOTS Melrosa areas. Low fees, N.w line 100 p.rc.nt exterior Building Community 25X50 one half acre, fenced .
Church. 475-2163
tfnchg zoned business. Owner
473-4472. 10/08 tfn finished. You
OWNER FINANCED at complete
12% with 20% down. Interior and save LONELY Send Stamp for Financed 10/8 10/29 473-4667. 4tchg STEVE BROADWAY

Located InK thousands. Good In all free Information. N.w COUCH AND MATCHING TREE SERVICE
.. North Florida counties.
Keystono/Melrase Singles Magazine Box
CHAIR herculon fabric
Call today AFFORDABLE Removal
880-G9)( ) Boynton Beach $250 for both. Desk with
Office'4730707' SHELL HOMES Keystone. Fl. 33435 tfnchg 10/29 .

f".... Peg Reese47132(9 473-3133; Starke.. 964-5533;. ,.'\ II' ". 473.whit...!}formica 6 Uc.ne; finish.10/29$100. Trimming ..,BOATS >'', -'l.Qc... "'.HQ:,.'E '!..wl'" ''"'" ., HOMES
Jacksonville. 353-8068.:' ,."i&A* Free-Estimate ,: -. ; I -j-lur-1 I eau ."" :
''' ltpd WM29 .woJi1** : Classified i ,AdseGet4fs'lunion f 0.4'ev'' l fORSALfr i/yuAp.ORAr: .t E
-- I 1* PT. f1S'E3'bmslout with ,

35 hp electric start 3 BR H'OMEI Work shop
Evlnruae motor and trollIng barn., trailer hookup, on
I AdsHELP New home for sole Also
County I After 5 P.M. motor. Call 96/-6688. quality built homes $22 9 acres. SR-100 S. Call
10/29 1105SCHOOLS
2tchg 964-8350. $48,500. 10/01
Keystone Heights per sq. It. built on your lot
or ours Adams & Hall. tfnchg

WANTED FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR SALEGO I .; === 473-2056 or 475-2128. 6/" 12 PER CENT) I 3 bedroom 2

=..>r _== ...:."" ::: TFchg. both home. 9.28 acres

HOME Webster Ponds.
under construction Fenced Owner
America's foremost dictionary DING MACHINES FOR CUSTOM MADI DRAPERIES: RENT Will furnish 2 condition with rebuilt CosmeticsLouisa overlooking Starke. Country financed. 12 percent
needs RENT Union County Tim... Free estimates. Localdistributes bedroom mobile home inexchange engine.$200, Phone .
company Club. Adams and Hall $9,000 down $504.21
496-2695 after 5 1 tchg per
85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake for p.m. Starling
home worker to update completelywashable for part-time
Builders.. Phone 473.2056 month. Call 9646741.
local mailing lists. All Butler. W. also repair office nationally companion for elderly 473-3092
experience un machines Phone advertised Gord..... mother. Prefer 5865. FREE ENGLISH IVY Pampus ', 1 or 475.2128.6/1 TFchg. 10/22 2tchg 10/2
ages age
necessary. Call 496-2261 for mar. Information. Draperies saw Enter Phone 496-2554.. Itpd Grass $4 and $7.50, hanging EV@ & -L-J SHELL HOUSES Special On
basket closeout: /" HB Your Lot. Cash Talks I
1-716-843-5670. Ext. 6005. TFN 10/1. prl.... Ed or Loma 10/27. MotorcycleI'
Itpd 10/22. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 Stephen. 4962219. $1 UO; 6" HB. $2.50, 8" HB ......TM.om;ece 1 B.. I BA$,.tOO.
bedroom 1 bath on 1/2 5/1/60TFN. $350; 10" HB $450 and JtC- Or"Navy Equipment. HONDA" CT 70. good ;jOjmdl- 2 B.. 1 BA $11.500
REAL acre of 'land no kids, no WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME HOMES 10" Orchid. Cactus $7. -;..:. ar --'Iy tlon, runs strong !>175;' ,*BR, ISA StOOd3BR.2BASI7.540
pets. Also on. acre mobile Monday thru Friday furnish FOR SALE CONTRARY MARY'S TOUHtHClassified Hondo 70 fair condition; a'I'
ESTATE home lot for rent. Phone meals and snacks.. GARDEN SR 121 In 1.-.JU-646I real bargain I $75; Honda New line 100"'percent: ex.
4962308. 10/27 TFN. Phone 496-3724 2tchg LaCrosse. 462.ISoU closed 250 runs excellent $175. terior ''Inl.h.d.r'com.
LOOKING FOR a special 10/2210/29. SHELL HOUSES. Special On Sunday and Monday 3tchg I' Call 964-5262. ask for pl.,.'""nt.rl r cii.it ..ov.thou.o'nda. .
piece of property If I WANTEDMOBILE CUSTOM COMBINI WORK Your Lot. Cash Talks lI 10/22 10/29 11/5., ', Ads Bruce or Billy. Itchg 10/29 tiood| | In all
don't have It, I'll find it-Just Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or I.. I BA$t.toO21..IBAI12.500 SNAPPER ROTO-TILLER: Excellent HONDA ATC IS5i 1980 North Floridopscpynti...
oik...JANE S. USHER 4962903. TFN 8/20. condition.: $350.00 model. Excellent condi Call
REALTOR 496-2126. or HOMES WANTED: BABYSITTING Monday thru 3 BR.1BA$15.500 phone 496.2554 Itpd lion $950. Call 964-5907. today. AFFORDABLE
496-2903 .v.... "Your Will pay cash for your used Friday. Snacks. hot lunch. 3 BR. 2 BA$17,500 10/27. 10/292tchg 1105Classified SHELL HOMES //CIe a1on..
Union County Realtor tfn mobile home. Ray Powell Well supervised fenced New line 100 percent exterior QUEEN SIZE BRASS BED Get Results '473-3133: SIar"O,9645533\ ;
4963377. TFN "/16.- $300. Phone 496-2554. AdsGetResults Jacksonville 353J8068.
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE yard. Ask for Evelyn at finished. You complete
NEEDSCall Venera Brown WANTED Responsible partyto 4963923. TFN 10/1. Interior and save 10/27. Itpd 10/29 ,
..496-3022 Sandy Haien take over payments on I WOULD LIKI TO KEEP thousands Good In all/ DOUBLE HIDE-A-BEDi: $150 !
.96.399'. eves or Gerrl lennon Spinet, Console Piano. Can YOUR CHILD Of any age in North Florida counties Call frost free refrigerator .' ,
496-3140.. Tiffin and be seen locally. Writ. Mr. my home Monday thru Friday today AFFORDABLE SHELL $150, washer $125, dryer HOMES
Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 Foster, P.O. Box 561. from 7 a.m. until 6 HOMES. $85. Sealy, king slz' *.bed LAND Strawberry. Acres-3BR.
Astor Flo. 32002. 4tpd Keystone $200 wood table w/4 2BA. 9.28 acres, fenced
Box 788 Lake Butler, FL. p.m. Hot lunch and snacks. 473-3133.
10/22 10/20 11/5 1112.WANTEDPASTU.I ; Starke. 964-5533 chairs used FOR SALE tacked ponds. $51.000.
tin 8/6. Call 496-3731.' 10/27 $150 never
chg. 2tps Jacksonville 3538068. Itpd .............
,. LAND FOR SAUl Providence FOR ONE 1/4. Simmons double bed cost
HORSE Call Chuck Tyrrell $400-now $200 never used lawteyi J 3 BR 1 blk. from
2 1/2 acre and 5 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME
Classified Ads 2 ACRES or less SR 16. 4
on -
collect. 272-4824. after Sp.m brown plaid sofa chair ot- school shedy.$26,000.Reduced .
acre tracts, $3.000 per Monday thru Friday hot .REALTCCT* miles east of Star.....
10/27. used 22000.
Itchg toman $300. never
Real' Estate meals.
Bates Phone 496-3488.
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Highway frontage. $3500. ***
752.0895.tpd. 10/27 11/4 DEPENDABLE PERSON TO Itpd 10/22. Get Results dinette set $83 black vinyl UNION COUNTY Properties
11/11 11/18. DO HOUSEWORK and I WILL BABYSIT IN MY rocker/recllner $75 double That Ar. Cqll 473-3820. Itchg 10/29 Extra nice, SIR Mme
cook 3 days per week. HOME Several years experience bad $60 twin bed $45. FINANCED ,LAKE SANTA FE LOT 120 i I''' Lawtey 26000. Owner
Prefer Raiford must Phone 735-2397 Pro. ft.of lake front. lots oftrees. fin. Submit terms.
AAA have area hot meals.Phone Mike McNabb New Listings In .............
REAL ESTATE own transportation. 496-2742. Worthington vidence. Itchg 10/27. Unique property
AGENCYPh. Phon. 43L1117. Itchg ar.a. Itchg 10/27., Roof RepairsSky SIMMONS DOUBLE WATERBED private area. Invest now. Award Winning newly I
10/27 SERVICE : Looks' like a regular, ACREAGE WITH HOME $38,500378.9750. 10/29 remodeled home an
WORK: Electrical, Installed
.752.0577 Lights 1001. Must
bed retails over Lok. Butler 4tchg 11/19 Hwy. see to
Very nice 2 BR/1 BAl INSURANCEMAINES plumbing, carpet Installation Guitars Instated a $400-$200, queen size appreclata. Screened
Approximately 20 Acres
repair appliances,
home, born and 4 acres Noble Horns Roofs bedroom suite w/2 nightstands ACREAGE porches, front A back
cl..r.d trailer hook-up, repair 3 months -Has from house utility workshop
( ) Large cost$1400
((convertible) utility INSURANCE AGENCY mowers Install and cut RepekedAluminum ogo-aoO now,,No tolls until 'Hat trailer hookup 2.27 acre heavily wood- can. H/A range, refrlg.,
160 Lake
S. Ave.
: Lake ad.
$4500Cash Sub
gloss. Install Install Roof ar .
2-cer Oak pumps Coating .H00"
ream. 755.2397
Grave area."PinchGut".carport. Butler 4963978. CompleteInsurance antennaes. clean out Friday. Phone Fronts 3 roads Terms. .............
Instated Providence llchg 10/27. ............
S BR/1'/ Service. TFN heaters Install heaters. 12X60 MOBILE HOME 2 ,Has stocked fish pond "I Super Bargain ,.... 2Baen

I BA, family room RIVERS, HARDWARE S FUR- Qualty Workmanship, Bedroom, 1:172 bath,. fur. [Property f.nc.dVUB.d for pasture and] Hwy lOOR'IAc. 3 lots In South....
fireplace, utility. Over 25 iNITURI, 85 East Main Street, at fair prices4gS. fished washer, dryer 1 lot-U.OOO. .w/l4'>23' screened
acres high and dry for_ itMS kake Butler arming ............. patio,,utility bldg. Price
Florida 32054. acre lot water furnished.
7 .Ing land. 1. ;496-2241. Open dolly Mon. 1g Phone 755-2397 ""'CIa.. to town but out of town. Country ClubHwy.230" me., patio fu",.. misc.,
Excellent Buy. 3 BR/1 .'Joins city limits of laka Butler lawn tools, lawnmower
BA on 2 acres. Large car. thru, Sot. 8. am til 6 pm. .: 1.3 Ac. Zoned R1A. riding
T Stark 20000. ,.washer a dryer
port and garden ..roo.I and'D's"LandscapingWe ........... :refrlg.. ran.$55.ooo.
Brick, steel, and oak con r1 Acres .............
High Cost of Living Got You Down? IS .Acresi
struction. ,Large barn,
v*large 4 BR home with fireplace '..
specialize 2Be.:, Spanish Style
'Invest In thl. 3 BR/1 BA I stocked pond 23000.
home In Welde. Has in saw dust and *Has 3 trailer hookups $4000 dn.. A.."", mtg. home en spacious lot leStark.

large (o".r 1500 p: ft.) ,Beautiful country road ..*....**.* .. 32000.
woodchip driveways.We .............
metal out building. ibll. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS '2 1/2 miles from Stark. off SIM 4 Acres Well:
homo hook-ups also do fencing In Country) On 1 acre lot.
and owe 3 ac,..... ''and.'J Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR cypress split *..;Has rental house on property. pole, 10200.e.........e 3 BS 1 BA partially completed
1./1 SA, f.llead yard, along with horticulturalwork. A-f rente home
.had. ....... Could be I Iehpar August occupancy. These all 10 Acres, Lg. pines. with stacked, pond,
"Better on these listings right away'JANE .
than root to close $23,000. $19,500.
I units are spacious with lots 'of
fight buyer.(SW 12th$t.) .*.*.*."*.., I
'T_ Attroctbe home.In space, and all have wall-to-wall carpet. Soon Moving Soon Moving

Sho_ .Addltlo.ctral l WWcarp.1Ing lies. ing, drapes and kitchen appliance. On Call us today! S. USHER Into New Office Into New Offices.SOI .
301 S. In Lawt. S.
)" In Lawtey.
site facilities.
end A/C. In".t".nt laundry Rental assistancefor
Watch for FutureA WatcH for Future
equity..Acraove 496.2126
qualified applicants. or 496.2903
Announcements.Janet .
01 all nnouncements.
typae Contact
t ._llab". For applications and information or Keithat
'. Iervk.forUni. these 360 W. Main St. Lake Butl.r Fla. Janet M.. Starling M. Starling
Notary please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake numbers:. ,
.CeuntysJahn Realtor 7.2.,,')' I Realtor,72-3931
Lengferd Jr. ,Butler, Florida 32054 or Call 4963141.Equal Business 496-2693 "Your Union County Realtor"Day : Michael .. Ce.ney Michael I.Coo...,

Realer 1945 As..ciat..14 Housing_Opportunity. )Home 496-3752 ," Night I I Realtor As....944SS17tfmnsj. ASIOC..944-M17

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preceding Thursday ALUMINUM !PLATES 24 and chain! ping pong table. COOL SEAl FOR TRAILER ON HOME PARK mobile homes bedroom. 2 both brick
before publication. 36" 25. each. Bradford Will sell for anyreasonable TOPS materials S labor ALASKAN AND OVERSEASemployment. and space for rent, home with garage and access ruiilk.n'

Minimum charge $2.50 County Telegraph; amount. Call furnished. $79.00. ; Excellent in. Recreational Vehicleswelcome. to lake Bedford. : .

,(Cover 15 Words:! 964-630S. tfn. 9646106. Itchg 10/29 "31.1827,4/16 fir,. come. If potential call Phone 468-2912 I : Large wooded lot' $.00 per \ !
Each word NEW CARPET. NEW t USED: 5COME SEE US AT THE Ill'S SAW SHOP: Compl.te 312-741-9780. ext 4258. TFchg month, first and lost month k r. REALTY
over 15 is 10 Furniture t Appliance HOUSE OF BARGAINS Inlawty. sharpening service, circular 10/29 4tpd II 19 HOUSEKEEPING and deep plus damage deposit, One

: Not responsible for errors Plumb. fixtures and pipes. Full line of hand corbld, ing room. TV and Air year ,'lease. Call 964.6073. .... ".,
when given over the BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 clothing: children, and chain, mower blade hollow posmotisAVAILABLE Underwood Motel 3 miles Itchg 10 29 H -
South, 9646679. 2/9 adult and balanced. North TRAILER LOTS 964-7776 1 lTERW1LLLGAR 1!
phone or when copy Is not at bargain price ground of Starke on Hwy PRIVATi .In CECILIA
typed and brought to the tfnchg.UMEROCK 10/22 tIn Leave at Jackson Building 301. 10. 9lnchg country. 2 I 2 miles from 205 N. Temple. SfarkeIrs \ 4
: 20 yard semi- Supply, Stark., Keystone MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 Starke.. Owner furnishes

office. loads enly. Phone MOBILE Heights or Lake. Butler For: 2. Vocational and -HINy: -16.-and: 225. water, all other hookups 'NC.'Dliutw.'wrP'OPU1N
782-3172.. lawtey. AllEN TFchg Clean: ) Call 4681323. 3 U"- are"-in.-Call 964.6365. -- TOUCH'vnntrtont' ..
TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn. HOMES' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Instructors; 2 Vo tin. anytime. 10 29 tin


HOUSE 301 South Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. tor's Aids and 2classrOO dining room A kitchencentral BR. $250; Efficiencies. '
,IG BARN 964-6740. We Buy and Sell ; ; Included '. lot
SALE Friday TFchg heat and air. In $200 Electric Beautiful wooded 'z acre corner
and Saturday. Furniture.desk .. Used Furniture end Appllances. 1981 MOBILE HOMESi SEWING MACHINES 1teacherssPecial Hampton, Phone 468.1779. Call 964.8404, 10 29 2lchg Geneva Lake Estates between
*, toots, clothes (baby 1/13 tfn. payment starting at REPAIRED, All makes ( education) ((1st months rent in advance II '05FURNISHED
and adult), torn. dishes, PURE BRED REGISTERED $147.CO per month. John cleaned oiled and ad. ) 5:7 tfnchg. APATMENTf Keystone Heights & Melrose $8,000.
motorcycle. loll of oth.r ANGUS BULL 3yr. old Brown Mobil. Horn justed. $15. Work Submit resumes by TRAILER LOTS high and dry; Three rooms and bath: $4,000 down owner financing for

'Ih ngs. 301 South, across Phone ,964-8356, JamesGaskins Center. 473-3779.4,9 guaranteed.' James Nov. 5, 1981 to oak shad trees; 2 miles lights and hot water furnished $4,000 for S years mo/payments
from Indian Rlv.r TFNchg S/14. Strickland corner Morgan South 301 964-8238. 9 3 '
fruit RECONDITIONED tlnchg. Curtis Sanders on No children nop.t. $88.99.Bradford .
stand. r.d born. look for TVSi Colors 14 1/2 PERCENT I, "Price Rd:and Hwy 16. TFchg tfnKITCHENETTEEFFICIENCY. .. Call 9648071, Itchg
.' starting at 10000. Installed North Florida .
sign. 10 1 5 tin CHAIN LINK FENCE
Leader of the h"with 10 29
Trade-Ins welcome Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with
GIANT RUMMAGI SALE Frl- Phone Free estimates. Handy. Vocational Center ROOMSI for rent atlow
the lowed of 16 I'2percent
rate .
964.8212. 6/II tfn. low maintenance adult housing offering
day and Saturday, 8::JO: am Man Fence Co.. 964.8559. weekly rates. Call: Tempi '
til ?? Books, baby items OAK FIREWOOD FOR SALE I Large election of TFpd. 12,81, P.O. Box 98 Motel 964.7357; 9/17 tin LOSTFOUNDREWARD comfort and quality together with energy efficiency. -

,boys clothing' m.ns andwom.n. Truckload $10.00. Call 12. 14 and 24 wide. Fac. TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call Raiford, Fl 32083 ON KINGSLEY LAKE; 2 BR, 2 .
clothing smalL Sunshine Acres, 964.7699. tory owned and operated. the Office Shop. 110 W. EOEMFWANTED BA home. with large living FOR INFORMATION * * * *

appliances camera and or come out between 9:30: COMMUNITY MOBILE Call St., Starke. for details' room: dining room; kitchen leading to the COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES' One of the most beautiful

many mar.. 607 E, and 3:00: pm and w*II HOME SALES. Highway 964.3764. tin. ; screened porch; heat, recovery of 4 month old brick homes In Stork. 3 M. 3 A on two lot Iromvm
Brownie. St. llpd 10. 29 load. 10/08 tfn 301N. Stark. Open 1 day GLASS CUT TO ORDER and A/C. $325 per mo. Loll black and ton oeagle taken dove family room w/fIroplac. ThIs horn has everything I

237 MONROE ST Next to RYE Rt. SEED WrensAbrunl.!. a week. 964-8741 10.29 Doors windows, etc. 533-2818 or 5332196. from Camp Blanding October HANDYMAN SPECIAL- BR, 1 BA lag.lol on SRI*. lots
4. Box 241, 9645219. .
Eastern Station, Storke. tin. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY T0/lSltchglI/05 13th. Call 533. .2974.Itpd of potential. Financing: with good forms,.
Three families. Oct. :29, 30 USED 10..15 1 COLOR 3tchg 10/29 '"' RIVER OAKS MOBILE 964-6078. Order also .GOOD .PRICES PAID for used 12 11 70 MOBILE HOME 10 29 '..ICED TO SEll .' Beautiful lot on Lake Conovo.. SR 100.
and 31. Gas heater ping TV'S CartersTV HOMEi 2 bedroom full token. In lake Butler, mobile homes if mortgageis bedroom I I 112 bath. Stove

pong table tools clothes, 7823577. We accept bath, 6 mo, old. Asking 496-3079 and Keystone 3/4 paid or more OLiN'SMOBILE and refrigerator furnished. $24.200. .
dishes and lots of olh.r'things. VISA and MasterChorge.. $4.000.00 and take over Heights, 473.4973. 2, 26 HOME SALES, $165 per mo plus deposit $100 Reward .:TTHI DAY APtf. CHUHCHNoat from. bldg. with opproxMO
buS tfn ft., 4 1/2 bath, carpot. 2 hootort. air
llpd 10.29 $277.04 payments. Call tin. 964-5606. Open 7 days and referrences. Call Lost: 5 months old iq. gas
FIVE HOUNDS (deer and condition., lot IOO/MI2S'.. Rd. 230 A
FRIDAY, OCT. 30t Men and 481-4491 anytime. 10 29 weekly TFchgWE 964-5734 altar 3:30: pm.
womens clothing. 9:00: am fox) for sale. Felix Sapp 4tchg 11/19' CONDITIONERS: Sales and BUY AXLES TIRES; w llchg 10, 29 beagle puppy in '40 ACRES NEW RIVER ARIA-HI and dry with pecan trees
836 Raiford Rd. 9647211. Service. Call los free wat.ronal".I. 'COZY DOll HOUSe-Not an Inch of waited space In this
,til, 5:00: pm. Clqer Road. axles + 4 tires $135.00. ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 Reno area.
elf CoVey Road, past 10 222tpd 10/29 CARS and Information, Del to Olins MH. Hwy) 100 bedroom mobile. home 964-7612 Immaculate 3 BR brick, CHI A.. new roof chain link fence.
Southsid. 'Elementary BREEDING RABBITS and 964.5673, 3:12 tfn,* W Starke': 964-5606. TFchg CH'A. Year 'round. NO Rd. 230 A.

School. I llpd 10 29 cages. Also have grown TRUCKS'I72 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK WANTED Used tools, both PETS, Call 5332366. 'LAKE SANTA Ft-T- Custom built 2 story nearly new 3 BR

FIVI FAMILIES 301 North to .Rhode. Island Red roosters.M. SERVICE; Bradford County mechanics and carpenters. Deposit required 10 22 tin COMMERCIAL 3 B, 2200 *q. ft. on 2 acre deck A balcony fireplace

200A, lawtey Friday"" ,, D.10/29 Crapse. 7823068.. VW CAMPER: $2800 or residential pump-outs, Phone 964.8331 or ON KINGSLEY LAKE: Small ilove. refrlg. X troth compactor ovorclied 3 car garage .
Saturday and Sunday lots Itpd better offer. Good recreational $50 We also r..lodrain) 468.1551.9/11 tnchg cottage with heat and air. PROPERTY CHtA. coiling fan, carpeted. shades I drapet. water

of it.ms. tpd 10 29 USED BABY FURNITURE Ex. vehicle. Call lines.. Phone 964-8121. WANTED: Mobile Home Axles. Nov, IS thru. May, 15. softener burglar A fir. alarM, complete sprinkler

SAT., OCT. 31i 4 |1.2 milesfrom cellent condition. Crib with 964-8360 after 6 pm. Itpd 5. 28 TFchgCARPENTRY Paying the belt price Winter rates. NO PETS. BRADFORD MINI System, paved driveway fruit tree BO on water Rlt
Starke on US-301 mattress car seat highchair 10/29 WORK General for ,good condition axles. Call 533.23661 Deposit required
north. Elsie Norman. Furniture play pen.: Call '77 FORD 4x4 $3500; 78 TR repairs; rooling;' painting 964.8331.9 tl tnchg 10 22 tfn WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX wall R20 ceiling Invest now $110.0001-
9648650 Itpd 10/29 for '0''.. 80 pet.owner 'RP I* E. ROOM TO ROAM B acre A nearly new. large
'oil kinds of 7. $3500; dun buggy, dirt Call 7823669. 10,22 2tchg WANT TO BUY usedtypewriters UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 404
jewelry: ,
BOX SPRINGS Sear, double 10, 29 financing availableat attractive brick home, CH&A *.fully Insulated,' 2 car
bike. and N. St
Call Cherry : .
7823065. adding New-carpet.
clothing. household ,items/ bed Itpd I II, pet, I1 acres_ with.. alarm Intercom with
size. Firm. Like fireplace burglar
Itchg 10, 29 10/29 WILL BABYSIT any) ,age. 513E. machines. Must be in stov. and refrig NO PETS. garage system
new. 15000. Call Adkmt St Between 6 am ) room for expansion Phoneowner stereo crooned In back porch water softener one of
FIVE FAMILIES: Saturday and 1969 GMC DIESEL DUMP working condition, $195 per mo.. $lOO security, 24
473 2735. 9 tIn
Sunday 8 am Iii dark. 96..6382. Itchg 10/29 truck 1 yd. Very good and 6pm. 10 222tpd10 29 964.5764. tin 2.' 12. deposit Call 964.8082 after PROFESIONAL OFFICE in the lot with ham ha.well septic t.nk. electricity I can
Childrens 'and adults MOBILE' HOME SERVICE condition. Best offer HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN A MOBILE HOME Axles with 6 pm. '10 29 tin : hove a trailer. "
downtown Stark..D.nll.I.Doctor.
clothing and a little of POLES )100 amp, $135; 473-2867. Itchg I 10/29 TRIP for 2 to Hawaii. Book tires. Will pay, SI 25, Phone KINGSLEY LAKEs 2 bedroom Real Estat.Ag.nt. 'COUNTRY! ESTATE CB horn 4 years old with appro
everything. US.301 southof 200 amp. $225. Call a House of Lloyds.Toy and: 9645007.9 3 12tpd 11 19. unfurnished CB home with 2000 .q. ft, plui 24 acre on SR II near Hampton lake 3
Etc. $5 000 00
lawley. inside of city anytime 964 6365. Stark. BUSINESS Gift Party. Also weekly DON'T DELAY! Now is the carpel and drapes; kitchen Down and Tit BR 2 B. 2 fireplace, CUBA 5 largo boris. pond fenced >
assume more
limits. Cancelled if 1 0,29 tfn drawing for $100 worth of best time to bring in your equipped $300 per month croufenced Amazing value $113.000.
raining. OPPORTUNITIESOWN tgage (possible 2nd
GAS HEATERS,:'gas stoves; free merchandise plus winter We'll NO PE1S mar. well
Itchg 10/29 good clothing plus deposit. at 10 in.terest 'COUNTRY ClUB. New I luiurlou well designed t
electric stove; misc. furniture more. Call for 'details, sell them fbr Clothes Y.or"'round.. 533-2518 tgoge percent '.
SAT. 4 SUN: Oct. 31 and you. ), Total built brick with fireplace huge walk-In clotet
Nov. 1 1. 9 am til ??? lamps. Call. YOUR ,OWN JEAN anytime 964.6279'; .10 29 must be.'eleon: in good 10 293tchg II 12' .. Price-$17.$00. Call, KINGSUV IAKE. Brick duplex Rent. or uo a* homel I

Clothes'...glassware, tools. 964-6365-101'2'1' tin SHdPT Ottering all the no- tin' cond.tieW;in 'VlU' and un 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME; 964,8206. TWIN cedar lined
A sajtancftrSii goods raid BED .. ,.!ionollyknown" br4 t :- 'EXPERIENCED PAINTERi In.'terie,8O ,,,. wrinkledj JEpCQr4viAtbjia:( ...-T'.-1)n..wpw.L: !*.. ,,tlO\ c.,f>80MISING"6trSrNCSS! for' residence*with ever 3OOO So.f plus IlIHf aW.: g"'ond.
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: O'b' i extarlblrTwarfc1Neat NM'temple* boat .
such Jerdoch.. V.nder."bllt' 321 Avehue.- house ana occes* todocR
Weather / maintained.
anfl new" : permitting desk and choir idle.-low down payment. torn barns, split roll fenc.Impeccably .
carp.tldry.r. 'freeestimates.
and reliable, '
'CR.230. pa.1) hospital. 282.0736. Mid. ; Calvin Klein' Call 9646971. 5648-ltcrrrrlO, 29' 10 29.SHOP :.Phbne96i-640. Itpd Owner financing. Call '215 W. W"SHI\ TON Zoned commercial Charm <
.9 mile. Follow signs. Itchg dleburg Itchg 10,29 Sedgefield levi and over 10 29EXPERIENCED 9645648; '964-7189 Itchg comfort om. with traditional fireplace' and eot
I 10'29 REFRIGERATORFREEZERdouble 70 other brands CHILD CARE! MISCELLANEOUS'FREE FOR RENT! 1800 sq. (10 29 |fn kitchen 2000 *q.It. CH A. carpeted drape 4 extra
SATURDAY ONLY;. 9 ,am til door. $150.00. $12.90000 Includes begin ft.,, carpet air., heat 108 E. lot owner financed
Infant preschool. Monday .
airfare for Call St. 964 5648) ,
ping inventory 964.718'1
?? Furniture childrens 964-5648; 964. 18'1. Itchg thru Friday, Big yard and PUPPIES Labrador 'SQUARE < ACRES plus hone barn let up for mobile
I to th apparel center, llchg 10 29MOBILE .
clothes womens clothes. 10/29 training fixtures. and hot meals $25 per week. mixed Call 7823065. 'Itpd Suzuki home with well, septIc tank I electricity, 7 acre cleared
portaCrib. B-W I.V, curtains PECANS FOR SALE U.Pick. Grand References 4682440. 10 29 fenced A eronlenced IB.SOO t 4 mile NW of Storke.

rods. misc. Tender Call 964-7824. Monday thru tions. Call Opening Cheri Wright promo.at 10, 29 2tpd 11, OS HOMf of Starke .BROOKLYN L"'KE-Co.y Beard A Batten cottage. CHtA.I .
Years School.-407 W.Waa.hington .
Ploy Friday after 4 pm., Saturday Mademoiselle Fashions. DO YOU MAIL CHRISTMAS Carpentry Work ', ,!2l .ESSENT RD._Large corner. lot,nicely londscoped9BR .
Itpd and Sunday"" anytime., 3165982277. Itpd 10, 29 GIFTS: Save time. money, 2B ciliA;plus attic fan, patio,fenced back yard 14
10 29 Nettles
til Itcha 10 29 and postage. Call Glen ft 40 Models X 2$' lighted shed. .
SATURDAY Oct. 31. 9am -p --, 964.8813. No obligation. Arthur Masters 'EPPERSON ST. ..,; Owner fin. CB.3 BR. IV. BT CHtA.
3 pm. 315 Lafayette St. Aotorcydes/side
10'IS4tpd 05 Free Estimates cars 'DAVIS ST. OFF 301 NIne acre mar or less owner
Itpd 10/29 Oil & Gas' WILL BABYSIT! in my, homelawtey 5-
SAT.>: OCT. 31: 9:00: am til Register 782-3168.) Low Prices .5 ModelsGo financed lies potential for mobile home park.RAIFORD .
I, : From 3 BR 1 B Cypress, barn t table. pool
4 00 Many nice things;
pm. Street
308 S. Thompson anytime 10 1 I52tchgl0:$ 22 Karts
,clOthes' for children and Excellent References ,, fenced cronfe"c.d' only $23SOQ : '
964-5888 -- "e 1WI -coiJn- lD:::: Brick 3 BR IVk 1'iiA, loon of
..ladiet! -514 ,N! Church St, g 964-5135 or 964-5882 C Lay-a-way NOW ..
04tpcMO( ;L tfl/'Q"t.vt tI/flF For Christmas S24.305. *?t'/ ..Selling price 35000.
8AJN.UQ* iSHINI Ins Id*- (Golf) 'SR IB JUST OFF 301 .... Frame home on I.* acre

oM4i" A Loige on GrlHls -J-. Cold USED BIKES '102* EASTWOOD DRIVE__ CBS BR 1'/... on quiet treet.
S LP Gas Fuel Oil Beat the
> 9 ""PPSOt, ,& Ocl,3LBom til..mo 'tIz1 f) GT 250 Ex Cond 334 N. MYRTLE CHtA Anum. mart t owner will
.?.Everything) must b. e Home Cash & Carry i let your firewood early. tM, take back second. Attractive Interiors I
;) foTd; ..' best. offer at .nd .1 Delivery I)ilk or Pine $40. pick- $690.
: CONVENIENT lOCATION-3 BR. IVB, corner lot next to
IvO II day takes! 01')). Hot dogs and ,ip load or $70 per cord l'Ii! l RECOVafRT 2 360 Hondas Southiide Ele...., S31.f 00. $30.000 financing for qualified

.ieItnIfe,2grL'o. "'cof..' ovqilabje" 'I3J8ACtO1A llpd Cull Thomascities: The .tPPl.n, of f $690. E. buyer. Pay. appro $250 per "' 0.

I"'I Martin and Perfection Heaters Lake Butler Lake City Local Dit. 1980 750F Honda .5 ACRES NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced gal. septic
Archie Tanner Funeral ;; lank-2SO ft. well. available.
496-3738 $21,000. Financing
,9n06*11.. .rfOCT.Ill Four '
Ill 111111, Home: IOT 7 COUNTRY ClUB ISTATF.S-SS.00e.!
;EEe.JeMllleS: ," 'Furniture, 964.57S7_ Starke, Fl '
.eaOtMWrens! 'ctothlng.' cir. 1980 TS 250 Suzuki '3 lOTS IN FIVE OAKS-SIS.000.

culating krosene heater. House Plans Service $790. '3.tS ACRES IN CITY-S21.000.

5 uJLewy4Turn left at SRI 25, 5' Cobs, Roofing MOBILE HOME .Qua i 'ping Realtor As otlote.._After Hour
I Custom & & Special_ Wayne Douglas Broker-Salesman 64- 593FredSackett
miles. Look. for signs. Itchg Drafting Design & Water proofing INSURANCEHOMEOWI'1ERS Refinishing
I 1029f 1978 Yamaha Broker-Salesman ,.1664

i '. Commercial Residential Furniture' 400 Street Bike Byron Terwlllegar4777 Martha Darka-712-3397.
Shingles POLICIESAT I Any JEanS Anne Terwlllegar Nelson1S
Build-up nr Metal /emit
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imagemaker Scott Whitehead Builder Cool 'Seal. ......." .417 Eo. Weldon ,Stf SUZUKIOf MOBILE INSURANCE HOME :Mobile Homes

Foniily Hair Srylmg SJlor New &; Re-roofing! Olin' Mobil Old Jackson :Moved

u.s. 301 N., starke Home Sal' Starke HOMEOWNERSPOLICIES ,
9646512Padgett licensed SupplyBuilding, AT l.ov.il I or st.ilt-u I I i nl<'
(across from Powell', State FREE QUOTES J I '

Oper. Debra Norman. -.,....... .... free Estimates!; Phon'964-S606 I 1M-1182 -I-US.30t S. 9&HM20 REASONABLE.......... RATES mo\vs. Sol iliinv up, &: Call('1111 i iiioftloits

934-71OO 964-7322 Home M. Olin, Agent WAININGHurricane ..u-I;: 7 (" 'f'nil! 's.
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now !1.| 5 & Sons Plumbing Farm and Vegetable Equipment II you are one of (her

Portable Buildings .w who don't hove Msuranc -
'27 Perm Se. yice, New Construction Tractors 9 Trucks' Trailers If and when; a WellDrilling

now'22 & Remodeling : Saturday, October 31st. 1981 10 am fturrfcon approaches you

Hair Cut..1., : *5 -24Ho rSsrvice-, 'S8ZBH1 QF STARMI Hoover and Syracuse Farms Inc. won't be able to purchaseMQblfe e C a : S a S U a

: 301S 964-6020 WT.. Queen'& Sons < '' Horn Insurance 2" Thru 6"
Hwy Inc. Owners
1(115( W. Pratt St. 96:1.57PR8fESSIOIAL : : So rod* advantage of the
fl1IfsnatD r _r'ln.eNJ_,1-i L 6X10 thru 12X50 Homestead Florida1st Circumstances and purchase FostRo.oryDrilling

Sale Location: 252nd Street 'Homestead.. FUIlnd your Insurance now Equipment .

Foreign and flomisti ,TREE SERYICE_.. ["'p _ _ Sale Location: 2 p.m. from Homestead Fla. Olin'c Mobil

III At Oaaltn Ceilft '...-- All Types* .Insured. .take Hwy 27' North.Smiles to Sale.Site. Home Sales STATE LICENSED. .

SIW FFLIt3 PROD ESTIMHTES, Str 22 tfarin Tractors ((4 Four Wheel Drives) FREE QUOTES JPnmps

Discount Partx Call TheMe B. Mvtttit ute .6 Irrigation pumps and guns truck mounted Phone f64-S6uo C a.' . . .

Uafii8M/ 961-Earl 4SS-3T3S Lake l.tI.r 4 Realty! 40 PCS. farm equip. (harrows planters cult.etc.l Elaine M. Olin, Agent*.heVACUUM' New & Used

---- 40 Trucks ((1979 and down cony.and Cahover) T.A. Soles-Ports-Service
and S.A. Tractors 2-ton l-ton
If you are losing money from no one answering your phone whilef.ou'.e IMCOftPOKATXD: \ 11 Reefers and trailers((1978 and down> E-Z,.Terms. : . ,
.Your customer deserve penonal consldera- .
out, contact _
6 Bean pickers (Multi D and
ion nol mechanical. Broker Plumbing
I We. work( 24 hours a day 7 days'a week Lorroln.'Chomplon' Atsoc.:, Squash Washer and Grader SALENEW .

,' C &.M Answering Service 4 American Bean Grading& Packing Lines t USED. .New Installation
9648830e $39 N. Tmpl Av.., 4 Trucks. trailers wean bodies unloading

-'--' Plenty of Local References Phen......31 Or ,, belts. We finance our own .Remodeling! !,: ..R9.s.Dsrrnce!! .

1..1.. 473-309 4 Detroit KIRBYS
,, 471 engines w/water pumps. .
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; __a-, .,,.-- "j' Do not miss this large auction if you need farmor EUREKAS ROYALS. 4 C 0 C C ',. S
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HOMIS vegetable equipment. (rucks and trailers.. HOOVERS PUMP
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.Classified Ads For Information Contact ELECTEOLUXFILTER & ,
.4 BR, 2 BA- Ham en I ocr..rl. SJS.OOO., GODLEY AUCTION COMPANY '

,: ) A, "., Bring Big Results! e 2 BR Hem Plus 22 2* bleck bldg. on .? acre.' tvIc.s'' 4918 Rozzells Ferry Road S EA QUEENS N S'COMMERCIAL'." SUPPLY: !

-' Invest ,$2.50 today can: ,the Telegraph (Starke) Home SIS.SOO,*.nd with..$6,000..'.1. Furnished dawn en mall let'. *'In, :lawn: .?,; Charlotte. N.C. 28216' '. 'COMPANY. **

: She Monitor I2S.SOO. Ow".. fln, ...<*... .>,"( ,<:\." 't704t39756Hoover ( ) W* repair oil make: { .. ?, '
984-6303; ( (Keystone Kgt$.) "<',"' .*\k.. \-' &: Syracuse Farms Inc ."\, ,," ",H\
473.22jfl'ertM'' ; Union County Times (lIke. ACREAGE ./ : Homestead Fla.' ALYOUNG"SJ: : 864 .&.. ::

Butler) 496-2261 TODAY! y"l'h. '(t305 247-7291 Sine Itl| ."Temple f> .Avenue
.14: Acre term 400 I*. weter frontage on private lake. ;. : :, '
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