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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The 129,060 road grader was demonstrated Monday on Luke Road to the !r Come Back Same
Bradford County Commissioners by Industrial Tractor Co. Jacksonville*;; Day :
Like a little boy with a new toy the commissioners enjoyed looking at the six-",

4.1% 1 wheel drive John Deere grader, but told the company the county can't.afford to .,f

\ buy It now.,, Impatient with the county's slow morning he's convinced the commis- The volunteer firemen want more ,

The grader, on which the front end and blade can be offset while leaving Its motion in drafting a fire protection sion is working on an ordinance, but money from the county to buy fire I
r four rear wheels on the road bed got down Into the ditch to pull gravel up a funding ordinance, the Bradford that it could be done quicker. Mosley trucks and other equipment to
gradual slope on both sides of the ditch. Volunteer Fire Department quit Monday said the commission is working in upgrade their departments. Every
At top Road Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. watches the grader. At left Road morning, Nov 2, but that night slow motion, but that's the way the county around has new fire trucks ex-
Foreman Leon Ellington gets explanation of how the rubber hoses in the agreed to keep operating and to give county does percent. of the time. cept Bradford, they say.

hydralllc lines are hidden and protected. the commission more time "I think we've got it on the right Funding requests have come from
The quitting was sprung on him track the firemen for years. The county
now, and it's just going to take
said Commissioner Lawrence time commission finally agreed to put the
to work it out, said
Mosley
Mosley, the lone county official who Wednesday morning. fire protection funding tax proposalon
has dedicatedly worked toward a fire The commission indicated. a straw ballot. The commission
funding ordinance over the past two Monday thought it would fail, and that wouldbe
morning a delegation will be sent to
years. But meeting Monday night find out more about the Polk County the end of the matter, but the proposal
I with Mosley the firemen decided not ordinance. Property Appraiser Jim- passed 21.
to quit and to give the commissionmore my Alvarez told the board he has Still, the commission was reluctantto
time. Mosley said he told the much of the information needed, but add an additional mill of propertytax
firemen they've gone too far to quit needs to find out exactly how Polk onto the 40 percent of taxpayerswho
now, that if they were going to quit, County operates under its ordinance. now actually pay any tax. That
the time would have after the 3-2 vote. proposal was turned down 32.
'against a fire protection ordinance. Using Polk Co. rates of $26 per But the board agreed to work on a
Harry Green, ex-chief of the residence per year Bradford could plan which would place the charge
( volunteers for many years and still raise some $80,000 per year Alvarez more equitably among the county's
jL very much involved, said Wednesday estimated residents, and agreed last month to
raise$100,000 per year for the firemenif
such a plan could be worked out.
DiscussionIn The. firemen are not satisfied with
Merger
Zoning
the progress the county has made in
the past month, as far as the firemenare

iLfTr- Offing for City/County/ done concerned anything the to help commission the 'volunteerfire hasn't

department, and "we quit," Capt.
Norman Dowdy, acting as spokesmanfor
A joint committee meeting is
upcoming The duties of the Starke building the volunteers, suddenly stood
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to discuss Starke's proposal inspector would be assumed by coun- up and told the county commission
for Bradford County to take over the ty building inspector.All .

..... ..". ,duties of.the. city zoning and planning fees collected from inside the Monday"Norman morning., as far as-I'm concerned,
office. city would be remitted to the city, you can quit!" retorted Mosley
The city, however, wants to retainits
The radio and communications of
$300,000.Rep vlng Job Completed... "Obviously, you people have a problem
zoning and planning board and its
the city radios and some other electronic with me,' Attorney Dudley Hardy
At bottom.C mmi88loner. E.L.JNook) Norman, Homer Hart, and Carterare board of adjustment. The county, so equipment would be maintained told Dowdy. Turning back to the
on the intersection of newly paved Weldon and Grand Streets in back of th<, 'far, has named a committee to meet by the county, as the county has in commission, the offered to
Courthouse Only fault the commissioners found was water standing In the mid-. with a city' committee,, but no date its employ a qualified person. The board attorney refused offer
resign. Hardy's
die of the new parking lot north of the courthouse.. Engineer Jim Ward was to bf r bad.,been set as of Tuesday night, The City of Starke would retain its with saying "You're doIng
in!. Starke to see about the problem Tuesday s. y Jf :sj: Wov. 3, when the city'commission adjourned own Planning and Zoning Board and Mosley:
a good
". The county has !completed the paving of the 3.1' mile long'Crawford/ .. &t'hleh' its first of the month meeting. its Board of Adjustment. said job he makes bones that
runs between SR II'and 8H-2MB (Old Lawtey.Road-for leBS'lbanfi.contract In ao4>ct.!!-26 Jetter; to the ewnjty" ;. .Effective,'date (or the merging of he's Hardy fire no
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price of $::!5 ,OOO.'Another |37,QOO ,1t a lot M 'he' rtm VIo'trait 1tP Matw Y Wr S st'b hMa"h. feoW ritfr/ ..; nvrrllil suconrOrOred; '"J 'f"n'j'ija'ltt''e.' '' i9County wLoning,,:>t E.""/tiot4bi ,': 'TU l, vos'lit'.ogwsn'MbraK-: ,: .; '"'It..
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Itepaved in the deal were Weldon Street between US-301 and SR-16. Grand"Street thafoflowing six proposals: 'Director L.M. Gaines, Commissioners what '.
dinance. and that is he's doing.
from SR-16 to Georgia Street, and Georgia Street from Grand back to 301. The county also repaved and widened the'' entrance to Bessent Road off SK-230. Stake Planning and Zoning Office Hart, and County Clerk Gib Brown Commissioner Maxie Carter,'Jr, saidas
In front of the Bradford County Hospital. would be assumed by the County was named Monday, Nov. 2, by Chairman the spokesman for the volunteer
Planning and Zoning Office,
E.L. Norman.
firemen left the
------- ---------------- meeting room.
"You knew there wouldn't be. any
$400M'l1.thRaising money this year/' Mosley told Dowdy

, City Commissioners Double Salary to the Monday firemen morning Monday and night.repeated it to

"It will be worked out in plenty of

Mayor-Commissioner Vernon salary of the city attorney, George board members and county commis their salaries has proven council members, Jimmy Crosby, time, there's no drastic rush now,"
Silcox led the way to doubling the city Pierce, from $200 to $400 per month. sioners are far above the $200 the city politically dangerous for council Bobby Milner, and Travis Wood will Mosley said Wednesday morning.
councilmen's salary from $200 to $400 councilman has been earning. Their members at some times, but at other be up for re-election. CommissionersSilcox Even while telling the firemen to
per month Tuesday night, Nov 3, in a Bringing the proposition up at the salaries are tied to automatic' in- times the increase has not. been a and Schaefer were just electedto bring in their equipment Commis--
4-1 vote end of a two-hour meeting Silcox told creases by, the state, Silcox pointed political issue. new two-year. terms beginning Oct. sioners indicated Monday morningthat
Veteran Councilman Charles the council several times he intendedto This September the three young I. there would be a fire funding ordinance

Schaefer dissented. Effective date of make a motion to increase the out.Milner, who seconded the motion, no matter whether the present -
the increase is Nov. 1. council salaries to $400, per month said he has spent an average of 60 to firemen continue or not. The
The vote also included raising the and asked them for their comments. 80 hours a month working for the city. board apparently intended to
Milner said he used organize a new fire department if the
have dun'tsee has most of his
1 reservations... t just
that we have funds to do it with 200 hours of annual leave to conduct. ....'; volunteers were no longer interested.
business. Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse then
city
our budget, Schaefer said, pointingout told the commission the Bradford
it would cost the city an un- The responsibility of running a city volunteer fire department now con-

budgeted $12,000. with a $4.6 million budget rests righton sists of Starke and Graham. Harry

"We can work a little harder and the shoulders of the city commis- Green says the New River firemen
cut it from somewhere else," said sioners, Silcox pointed out. split with the county department a

Mayor Silcox who gave up the chairto If Milner puts in 60 to 80 hours week before Monday s meeting.
ViceChairmanBobby Milner to .. The six'other volunteer departments
Schaefer said he must put in 200 hoursa r 4mk"
make, the motion for the pay increase. month working for the city a iIf were not part of the quitting
deal, Crouse told the commissioners.
Effective when?Milner asked after Commissioner Jimmy 'Crosby expressed ", F. The six other departments are New
J Silcox moved to double the' present concern aeut the image of a .. River, Heilbron Springs Lawtey,
$200. city commissioner-willing;towork' for Theressa Hampton, and Brooker.
iV "Just as soon as we can get it," said '$200 a month ">Wbo Nov s "
THURSDAY.
would do that for $200 month "
-- .Silcox. a J ultimatums so long, Commissioner
SPECIAL
OLYMPICS
Crosby. asked Mosley said Monday morning, obviously -
BASKETBALL, Pointing .out the city councU'ssalary
f a.m. has remained the same most of Not one ef the five city commissioners put out at the turn of events.
who asked people to vote for .Before Dowdy's quitting notice was
BHSGymFRIDAY. the '10 years he has been in office.
Silcox said the low pay fails to attract them ever considered the $200 salary, given Monday morning Appraiser
said Commissioner e 1 Alvarez reported on the informationhe
Schaefer. 0C
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.r POP WARNER seek public; office, "I'd hate to think we all ran for $200a ._,. got by phone from Polk County,
month," Schaefer said,then went on which has had a fire protection ordinance
HOMECOMING PARADE'Starting Young people willing to put in the to express reservations about the in : for the past 6-7 years.
at Bradford' Square. time to do the job deserve to have the crease because the city cannot affordit Polk charges $26 per residence, $18
.
4p.m. councilman's salary doubled, Silcox now each for mobile homes in a mobile
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A Last time the council increased its, I"'r home park, and $6 per motel room,
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, BAKE SALE He pointed out the salaries of school salary was in 1973 when commissioners charge on the property
tax bill. Alvarez different
pointed out a
were drawing $100 $50
Bradford Square ; plus
for
late
penalty or non paymentwill
per month expense The coun-
f .m.-4 p.m. money.
have to be worked out, such as a
Sponsored by BCTY School. .:. Inside cil and then,doubled dropped the the expense money fine, but other than the penalty and
Food Service Aov' $100 salary to $200.
Two Sections That tax liens filed on unpaid taxes.
was just a year-after Commis- It .+.
-- RUN SECTION A: sioner Silcox came onto the city coun- '"" Alvarez said Polk Co. does not
AUTUMN Bradford SUN FUN News. .'. . Pages A.3A&3A cil. _'0:. .. .. li .r charge for vacant property, but that
9a.m.
Square.M1 Editorial . ': . Page 4A ": Bradford might want to.
19,000 meter mil races Schaefer said ,'" 1.
) he opposed that
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Pages '.'A' > ... His $80,000 estimate does not Include
.T- Sports... ',' . Pages '10U&UA salary increase too, but accepted the ," .. .. ... ....... '11- w vacant land or commercial
", CROWNING OF Legals .-. . Pages )I3A raise. ; )! ,.t,.\ :.. 'i"f. .' buildings, Alvarez said. The fees
POPWARNERQUEENBHS. ''SECTION a: Some years before 1973 the commission -, .. .../ -'. would be levied only in the unincorporated
Field t30
; a.m.MONOAY.NoLjQ Briefs .. d. .'. Page 4A4B was drawing$50 and doubled that :.. ..!! '. ( .. areas of the county.
Correspondence Pages 3108 to$100, then several years later added '-' '.;.' More work is needed to determinethe

t. ". Classifeds..Page. 84?B ,the expense money, 'to ,. number of mobile homes in the
.' '. TUESDAY; NOWL ..04..t.'I'; : ., county, Alvarez pointed out. His of,
fice has records of mobile homes onregistered'
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BROOKER COUNCIL '
homesteads 'which pay
; ;, Meet 7:10 p.m. Outside. .. property taxes, and Tax Collector

.i' HAMPTON COUNCIL Expected.high IodaylThursday Nov. $) is for'74. five degrees lower Esther Hall has records on mobile

J ',\, ,'," Meets 7:30 p.m. than last week and 20 degrees lower than Oct. 1. There is a 70 percent c7 homes for which. tags are'purchasedeach
chance of rain expected for today with heavy lightening and westerly year. .
"I'' winds But there is a significant number bf
'. at 7 miles an hour, It's
; Photo Finish.
BUARC MEETING
a
'n. I The forecast .. mobile homes In the county which
'. Friday through Sunday. Nov S-Nov.8, calls for the on
"It Sunshine Acre'...... ". ..",.,... -kind of weather we received on Thursday t, which 'is regular autumn same Or is it a Double-Take? neither 'property taxes are paid nor
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713'p.mt : ., weather the tags bought. These need to be Iden-
of
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.:' tri\ :V", : Starke states"Department' Forestry" headquarters. on.. SR-lOO west of I No its Just twin brothers Jason and Jody Brown lunging, for the finish line tified before'a1 true:revenue picture
; BHSA4CSPORTTSCLUB *together after one-and-half miles "
or" On the both of Itrlde-by-.trWe running the Bradford can be drawn, Alvarez
'I' MEETING tat Highland and Santa foe reported 3110 Inches ot'rain.. On Middle School pointed out.
:*' Steer the 2nd IIIghland repOrted 2/10 Inches of rain and Santa Fe reported 1/10 cross country Intramural race. Offlcialy Jason was .11th and "Of course,the more you fine tune a
At Western Steak House Jody 12th. You which Is which
.,.. 'Everyone Interested Invited 4 r inches of rain. On the 3rd New River reported a trace of rain, Highland guess thing like this, the more difficult it.
,. '. ',' 1130 -- v reported 9/100 inches of rain and Santa Fe reported I/O inches of rain, the for more on the BMS Intramural, which included 120 runners In'grades. will be to enforce,." Alvarez said urg
.' p.m. r Department. of.Forestry headquarters on SR-IOQ west of Starke states. 6-8, see the sports pages. 1 log the commission to keep the, 1'1'
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a'a'i' i f s; ;;, r4f',W// Wrestling with;1) a $850 ,reroofing would have no pressure':when deafen.ii/:'

I ; Soonby job at the water department, and 2) ended at the church the 34,000Ito.
; ', i extending Water lines to the Church of $5,000 cost of running the lines and
,; ? God on 301 south took up most of the different locations where a 4-inch line'. '
Jim Duncan time; a(, a two hour city ,council might be tapped Into ,
Principal of BUS meeting, Monday'night, Nov. 2,,"at The, city should take the lnitlativeto'ekpand
Every 10 years a high school must LawteyiThe ?' said Veteran councilrpan
I ,r ? be reaccrediated by the Southern Y council made no decision: on Robert Scott;'right when the council
Association of Schools and Colleges v t :ti either project Monday night despite and Water would Bar, y Watts
1 ; the organization that accredits .d : all the talk. A special meeting will becaHed had decided it be too expensiveto '
r schools in the south 4 1'sjis > to discuss reroofing the waterdepartment get water to the church. ,
lta In such an accreditation a school is 1,t tea,,, / building. "Thany you, Mr. Scott said
examined by visiting educators from rrrA The city will investigate the ex Mayor Rosier.
other schools to determine the validity j34 I i / pense of extending( water to the
!,I'";:;,:. Y of the standards within each pro ..1 t1 1 t t 1_ tu_" __ church,. the council told a '4-man Small World
,",t. : gram in the school. Grades of a student delegation headed by L.A. Blake.
> l 'I from an accredited school are Mrs Inez Green Water at the church is not fit to drink,
accepted by all members within the ''To Be Honored Blake told the city council. Blake said says ThanksA :
association[ including universitiesand MethodistsIt the church is willing to defray the cost
i high schools and grades may be By of extending the water lines. Thanks' from
transferred from one school to will be Inez Green Day at, the "If there is any way we can give the Special
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t another.A Methodist Church this Sunday. church water I'd appreciate it," Small World Day Care to
visiting team of outside educatorswill Mrs. Green, organist at the'First Mayor Marvin Rosier told the council Dewitt C. Jones Funeral l
1I be at Bradford High this Nov. United Methodist Church of Starke after Blake made the request. The and
L' s NV b, !',ti"iiP" ? 11-13 for a 10 year 'reaccreditation for the past 23 years will be honored council discussed at length the Home, McDonalds,
5 I IS process. A report of the team's fin Sunday Nov. 8, by the church on its distance new water lines would haveto Hardees for helping' us out'
ding will be given to the faculty and annual homecoming day. be extended the 2-inch lines which with our Halloween party.
I a >fi interested citizens Nov. 13. Mrs. Green will receive a plaque n .m" nn
BHS was originally accredited in during the II a.m. worship sere
1949 and has remained on the ac
credited list of secondary schools
v through three previous evaluations of
visiting committees: The most recent
Lost O
complete evaluation of BHS was done Dog, 0

during the 1972-73 term. Small Silver Poodle with ,
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The establishment of standards for
been red collar missing in .
r ,. secondary schools has a gradual .
process. Starke. .Call
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Secondary schools of the United 964-6433 or 964.7863 FromBradford
,. States are diverse and it is extremely
difficult to measure them on a fixed
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scale or pattern. Differences in
facilities,financial support parent THI BRADFORD
terest, student needs, community in COUNTYTEIEGEApH .
volvement selection of teachers and Published avary Thursdayat '

other factors make uniformity amongall 130 W.Cell Str... ,,, ., Bradford Square Shopping Center.,
secondary schools an impossibleand Stork.,Florida 32091
somewhat undesirable objective.

b\ .::, -. ., (This is the first of a series of ar- Second Cleat poitaga paid of
ticles by BHS Principal Jim Duncanon Starka, rloridaSubrerlptlon
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the upcoming evaluation and ac ,
creditation of Bradford School
High Ratati

The Cradle. Will Rock.. .. representing by a visiting the team Southern of educators Associa In trad$S.OO araa iU$manlh'.00 par y.., See Tina oror ,Lynn' ,; .y :

Tarah Danielle Skinner born Oct. 13. hag really got It made In the new tion of Schools and Colleges. The next ".
wooden cradle her daddy. Daniel, made for her. article in this series will focus on the Ouhld.trod oroai 1 S10.00 par y.or '
Daniel and Jeanetta Skinner are looking at their first born In the new cradle work of the faculty in preparing the $S.IO tin month Call 9645030for
Daddy Daniel took a wood working course at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech self-study for Bradford High School.
Center in Starke.then built the cradle out of cedar from a pile of scrap lumber. -The Editor) ointmentMAioNE'
Only cash layout was $16.50 for the cherry stain. The cradle, large enough to
hold Tarah for a few years is placed by the bed each night so it can be rocked' 11 ''J i .
with a hand or a foot. St. Edwards hurch Hall |
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Torah Danielle weighed 8 Ibs. shy>> 01. at birth. Maternal grandparents are 2.00 airsty eg
Rev. Reed and Wanda Jones of Starke. Paternal grandmother is Nadine Skin BINCO
ner of Uve Oak. ,*
The Skinners, who graduated from Suwannee High School, live on SR-22S two thru November
miles north of SR-100. Every Saturday. 7:30 P.M.
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24th Prepares to Move Out... DAYS

A fog-shrouded 400-vehicle convoy of the 21th Infantry Division from Ft. 1
Stewart moves out from Camp Blanding early Tuesday Nov. 3. Special Purchase on Mattresses and Box Springs,
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Military Convoy Passes Thru FIRM

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If you.were caught in traffic bet beginning in October on their way to 4
ween Lawtey and Camp Blanding this Eglin and for the return trip starting $ 5TWIN
week,you probably thought there was Nov. 2. Four building were used the 7'99 ,
a war close by. motor pool and the cold storage area. EACH
The U.S. Army 24th Infantry Division Approximately 3,000 solders slept in f PiECE
based at Ft. Stewart. tents and fed themselves. .
serve rlicipated in a two-week joint- Funds allocated for this exercise Reg. $99.95 I.
excerise Oct. 13, moving 1,700 enabled the 24th to procure parts for r
vehicles thru Camp Blanding on their their vehicles from the warehouse at FULL .109.93..Reg. $ |39.93ea. .
pc. ,
way to Eglin Air Force Base In West
Camp Blanding. OUEEN .Z69.'S..Reg. ,37995 2po n i, '

Florida.The exercise. was called Bold Eagle Baulah Baptist Church ,KinG .:3.9.95..Refl. ."69.93.tit 1" .

'82. Homecoming Set SUPER FIRM ,
The 24th rented space at Camp _
Blanding for the vehicle convoys Sunday, Nov. 8 : '

Beulah Baptist Church ,will hold $
Legion Post 56 their annual Homecoming services 1 ,099TW

To Observe Veteran's Day Sunday November 8.at the church on l. ,,,

American Legion Post 56. will Highway 21. .r. a ,.' .
observe Veterans Day Wednesday There will be dinner on the ground "t' ,
beginning at 12:30: with singing to ,. PIECE
Nov. 11. by having a breakfast for its
members and their wives. Veteransand follow in the afternoon.A Reg. $139 5 ;
their wives of all Wars are Invitedto cordial invitation is,extended to 1 : r ,
attend the breakfast from 8:00: to everyone wishing to,attend. FULL '''9.95 ..Reg. "79.95... pc.

10:00 a.m.Poet Special QUEEN 379.95 ...Reg. ."79.95.set 2p ..,.,.,._ .. _,
Olympics
Commander C.J. Schaefer KINO ''''.95 ..Reg. 599.93 let la, ? "
urged all members' to attend the Nov. 5 at BIIS

breakfast and to call William (Bill The Run, Dribble Shoot competi
Wilson at his office (964-5278) or his tlon for the Bradford County Special ,
home (782-5278) so that the cooks will Olympics will be held on Thursday :
know how many to prepare food for. Nov. S, in the Bradford High Schoolgym .1. ... r. Car .r' T. /' '
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Benefit Sing Set All participants: and volunteers Ine- MA10 ar. III'
should beat the gym at8:3Oa.m. The SOL I.N SeTS
Missions ONLY
For Foreign opening ceremonies will be at 9:00: Dneam '
At Pine Valley Church, am. Competition will begin shortly! c ..1IT18I1 ....' ,.
thereafter, and will continue until all
A benefit sing Is set Saturday, participants have completed the ac-. r J' lt "
Nov.7. at 7:90: p.m. at Pine'ValleyCongregational tivlties. 41. ..:., j
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Lao" far fhb label wTrr.n. ,
Church for
Holiness c
The highlight of the
mission opening The"I bn he m.a1ln"M. hr fllrWl
foreign program.A ceremonies will be the parade which
love offering will be taken with will feature the BHS Color Guard.. -. -
proceeds going to foreign missions clowns. cheerleaders, participants,, >. .
says Pastor David Hodges. and the Olympic Torch which will be
Special singers are the Happy and carried by Darryl Rich this year. DENMARK, FURNITURE
Gospel Singers from Jacksonville Many civic groups in the Starke
the Silcox Family Singers from Mid- area will be involved with Special h .
dleburg. Olympics this year as they have. .Inpie a Ay 'a 11 }.?t A31 w. Cat 51. Starke FIa.I ,''y., r '
The church Is located two miles yeahpast. ,
north of Starke down the dirt road by The public.is cordially invited to at- k j 96..5826 Eatadtined In tUj .8e4-5827

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i Chiles Lead& Remember the penny postcard and t .
Senator h 1
Fight the days when a two-cent stamp '
I' would carry a first class letter to Its :; ,
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destinationanywhere in the U.S.A.? 1 ; : JI.'I" '' .:."
For Tougher AntiDrug.LoUrs Like the 5 cent cigar and the 5 cent \. ""'" .,.'1

Coke, those one-cent postcards would A .

found.be collector's items, u,they. could.bq: .Penny, \!' .? t 'H' t'i, li. ,a. HI f r ,

Senator Lawton Chiles has called a spade a spade in warning about the crime :

I wave of massive proportions that is,threatening the entire nation, with no;place The sixth postal rate increase WouldiBiiy. ,

I harder hit than Florida.According within a decade, and the second .' \,;." 0
within this year, went into effect Sun- ,
I' to Chiles the number of violent crimes In Florida increased by 27 \
the
day, raising price of first class StumpBack
percent last year, murders by 28 percent, and robberies by 54 percent. Miami postage to 20 cents an ounce,and the A .
: has become the 'murder capital'of the country, and the 572 murders" In Dade price of "penny postcards" to 13 ...' .'
County last year. were a 60 percent jump over the previous year, Senator Chiles. cents.
declares. Then
The increase critized ,
was for corning
Following are excerpts from the Chiles'news letter concerning a nationwide just before the Christmas card .J.j", :
problem that should be given the highest priority by the Reagan administration, season, and also for discriminating '.".

"The wave of crime has affected the very fiber of our communities in lorida against the letter'writer in favor of ,r
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Almost 40 percent of Floridians said they would feel unsafe being out alone in "junkl mail" that still floods post offices
their neighborhood at night. In the last 12 months 16 percent of the households across the nation: h

I polled had been victimized by crime One irate 'letter writer,said: "
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"Floridians are familiar with the size and scope of drug trafficking in the state "If as the U.S. Post Office
tells
I and with its harmful effects on the economy and well-being of Florida. In the past us,
they make a profit junk J
on mail at 3.8
into the state has reached massive
several years, the flow of illegal drugs proportions cents, why must the first class rate ,
and Florida is now the port of entry for 70 percent of the cocaine 80 percent to 20 cents go
I of the marijuana and 90 percent of the illegal Quaaludes that come into the V.S. up
\, Old hand-colored picture postcards like this early scene of lIampton'slluslne"" district reached J
I Estimates of revenues from illegal drug trade in Florida run from$7 to$10 billion "Isn't something wrong when junk Store' and at right is
their destination with a one cent stamp. Building at left Is labeled "Drug I
I annually. mail postage is so cheap that my the white frame Hampton Hotel once a popular overnight stop and eating place for traveling I
; Imnl\finciit tit The Fetlerul Le\el mailbox is filled every day with two, salesmen ("drummers") who rode the Seaboard Air Line In those pre-auto and paved road days.
II I three, and four copies of the same appeals a ; Printed in the stamp space on the reverse side were these directions. "Place Postage! Stamp
and the
I "The federal government can, and must:be actively involved and must work catalogs? For same example slick advertising I have in Here Domestic and Canada One Cent.'Foreign. Two Cents."

together with state and local officials to bring the situation under control. But the hand 14 duplicate appeals from the

problem is complex. We need a comprehensive attack on all fronts. I've been League of Women Voters, and IS letters As part of the Postal Reorganization Congress cut $250 million from the The postal l service i is attempt to

concentrating will work for to the last the flow two years of on such an attack-a package of legislationthat from Ban the Handgun.! Act of 1970, government subsidies postal service's 1982 budget} and the increase productivity through new
drugs into break the
stop Florida up sophisticated were supposed to be down administration automated but <'or'lgr'p-, *
equipment
phased Reagan haft" pwwsed
drug rings, and make that traffickers "If the junk mail rate
sure drug are put behind bars. We've was raised to
from annual hi
an $920 million in it from starting I
1970 to cutting another $250 milinc next has prevented
started to make some headway on several different fronts but we will need to put 'a reasonable figure there would be
$460 million that the code atdeast
postmaster It is to eliminate the proposed nine-digit ZIP (
year. planned
I the entire reform package into place. less of it, and the post office might
even show a profit. Then it wouldn't general may request in 1984. subsidy! entirely in 1984. until 1983. The addition of four more

"Today the drug smugglers, with modern boats and planes, and sophisticated be necessary for first class to subsidize digits to the present five in the, zip
equipment are able to take advantge of Florida's thousands of miles of shoreline it at 20 cents ," n codes was intended to facilitate the
and slip their contraband ashore undetected. State and local police don't have per ounce Fair WeathernF ;; mail service, but met a storm of pi'o-

enough men or equipment to intercept the drugs. By making better use of the The postal service has been seekingmore I test from the digit-shy public
resources in place today and by stepping up efforts in other areas, the federal funds to operate ever since 1851,'
government can cut off a large portion of the flow of drugs., several years before the first post office (An Eititttrial) Consumer advocates, including
the
Ralph Nader decried current rate
was established in Starke in 1857.
"The military has sophisticated radar and other surveillance equipment: in with George Cole increase and said the postal service
place. But a hundred year old law prohibits the military from passing on any intelligence was in 1851 that Congress as postmaster.decided to It Nobody wants to win more than the Bradford High football needed to get its house in order instead .

information such as radar sightings to local police. I introduced a bill subsidize the mails to make service players who continue to practice daily as hard as they know of raising rates. The National

to lift that restriction and am happy to report that both houses of Congress have less expensive to the public, and how, who play every Friday night as hard as they know how Association of Greeting Card
approved my proposal and it is about to be signed into law. Publishers protested that the in
hopefully efficient. and
more of
whom
many play both offense and defense in this ad crease came just before the holiday
"The federal government must work with the foreign countries especially the mittedly frustrating 0-7 year. card season. They also said the new
areas where illicit drug crops are grown. Using herbicides like paraquat to kill rate discriminates against individual
drug crops in other countries is a highly effective way to stop the drug flow. Mexico We understand that no ,,one wants to watch their football mailers because the rates for certain

for instance destroyed 70 percent of its opium crop through a spraying pro- team go down the tube. However, with no support it is hard to types of second glass\ mail.mcluding

gram lending I its have support proposed to drug a bill crop to lift eradication the present programs ban which overseas.prevents My the proposal U.S. from has County Agents have a desire to play better. No support turns a bad season in- so-called junk mail, will drop in some

instances.
been approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and could become to a fiasco. !

law later this year notebook Although the cost of a first class
After 'all it's only a game, gang.
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stamp rose from 18 cents to 20 cents
"I'd like to see the Coast Guard play a role
greater in cutting off the flow of
the of additional
drugs into Florida. But the Coast Guard needs more ships and planes, and more B .- These players are only high school students, not profes- mains cost at 17 each cents. There was ounce no re in

modern equipment. From my position on the Appropriations Committee I was y sional players. They are sons of our neighbors, friends, or a< crese in parcel post rates
able to earmark $300 million additional funds
in for the Coast Guard. With these J Jl
new resources the Coast Guard estimates that it will be able to intercept 75 per Bobby f.if : relative. But for the Grace of God, your son might have beenof
cent of the I to play football this
drugs coming into Florida by sea. age season. .
Taylor Chamber Players
The {>i'eallyileedond: deserve
players
our support.
Go fur the Mini ut The Top I .

Right now a drive is needed to build Close. S
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"The key to recognize'that
breaking up>> organizations is! to the
p.: people who'run them have! instated themselves from the I\ttualsale of>drugs. So .Wilbur.Stephens, MaryrEllWat" It would be good if Principal Jim J Duncan; could foster someBchodhspirit'by l "Nt w 4-pT ..

I arresting the person who handles the drugs does little to break up the trafficking tenon and: I had the*opportunity to'at-. reNdgnizigg l ;'St ct;fen* ( t'fi' {t.A4.i $;t':.4..VlFK.Il\ c JlUj*> 3 *nns )(, J? ,ti 'iris: .,M
rings There is always another 'soldier' to replace the one who was arrested. In
tend and participate in the Gover-, achievers during assembly programs before the entire Tor
the past, the federal government has focused much of its time and efforts on low nor's Conference on the Future of ,nado student body, The Atlanta Chamber Pla).'.is will
level drug dealers. I ve been pushing to change that focus and to use new Investigative Small Farms. held in. Ocala last be heard in concert at the SlaikeWomans
techniques to catch the people at the top. The key to these new efforts weekend It would be good if parents of BHS students would exhibit Club tonight Thuisdav.
and the reason the men at the top are into drug smuggling is one thing- Nov.5)) at in the final
We have to follow the some support for BHS in their homes. School spirit can be 8pm presentation
That will lead
money. money. us to the people at the top.
of
The conference was the result of a fostered the 1981 Santa Fe Community
at home better than else
"In recent years, the Internal Revenue Service the federal agency most skilled mandate to the Governor by the anywhere probably. College Fall Festival' of the pt.'rm'm,

at tracing money, has not been an active or willing participant in drug law en- Florida Legislature to look at the problems Fans can support their school by being present at the ing Arts.
forcement. The Tax Reform Act of 1976 contains which hinder the of the small farmer and recommend -
provisions athletic events. There is
more to a football than the These musicians
game just outstanding the
that
ability of IRS to cooperate with other law enforcement agencies. I have introduced programs might solve
a bill that would lift these restrictions and would mandate a more active role some of the problems. game. How about the band, the majorettes, the flag corps, first tull time professional! chamber
for IRS in breaking up drug rings through financial investigations The proposal and the cheerleaders, all of which practice every+ day, ensemble in the Southeast'win feature
passed the Senate earlier this year and the House has promised to hold expedited Lt. Governor Wayne Mixon, Con- the music of Beethoven, Roussd!. and
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hearings on it. ference Chairman put together an While this football team is losing, the players are working Brahams/ 'intersperfcad.wtttfinloi'in.il.

outstanding and well planned con- as hard as any. other: Tornado teams have worked. In our commentaries!on,,'U's MioLkf ol I tit''M-
"Many drug traffickers use offshore banks to 'launder' the cash profits of their ference that should provide a start of minds the effort famed composers.
criminal activities. Estimates of the money flowing through these offshore good things for not only the small they,. displayed last Friday against an> .Bait;. 'illI, ', HIT
banks-for tax evasion, fraud, laundering, and organized crime operations-run farmer, but Florida Agriculture. as undefeated Buchholz team (and after 6 previous losses) wads II f42Th&Atlanta Chamhoh >Li,>Wi'$ ha\.'
into the billions of dollars. In 1977 the U.S. and Switzerland entered into a treaty well. the best of the season. It must be tough to keep up your spirit:/ been cited by thtiNeWlYorkiW mss lor

which eliminated obstacles to obtaining evidence of illegal funds hidden in Swiss especially if you are an injured football player, but the Tornadoes their imaginative rt'pt'rtrnir and for
banks. I've been pushing the State Department and the Justice Departrment to 'The conference delegates were are.Nobody their success in populji I/IDH
negotiate similar treaties with other offshore banking havens, such as the about 250 small farmers through-out chamber music tnV'v )|
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Cayman Islands the Bahamas and Panama. Such treaties, once in place would the state. They represented a wide is deserving of more respect than the student ,
make it easier for law enforcement officials to locate illegal cash operations variety of small farming enterprisesfrom athlete who does battle in the trenches Following) tnt'foiwenfcJ.VI:: meet
Friday
overseas. every night.
beekeeping to watermelons. 1 !
Our struggling' Tornado gridders do not need fair by the'hostStarkeWMi1a11's'tlubThe'
weather
They were old and young,,. male and
assets"The the most ships effective, planes way and to immobilize cash it a to drug trafficking its ring is to seize its female and most were vocal about fans. They need all the help they can get to face a tough Live ', : "pblic invited rrtitltend'rfrtd there is
uses
run operations as well as the n'admi"lo"'jcharlerlfo" the
their Oak eleven pt.'rfor.
problems and opportunities. tomorrow night on Bradford Field. ;
houses and
cars purchased with drug profits. Despite the fact that asset j.martcWiirl! ciqo} bus from
forfeiture laws have been on the books for 10 law ,,',' ... ,.
years; enforcement officials .' .:" "' tlsdi
After Jt's a tough time to boa Tornado 'dgunb ,
a keynote address by Com football fan. But what
have rarely made of this valuable .
use weapon. In early 1980 only $2 million had ..., )
missioner of would '{if) Ij, ( t' <:'I JGW .
been seized. Last Agriculture, Doyle Con we think of Bradford football team that ?
year however the Appropriations Committee adopted a proposal quit ,, ,Don'twe > .1.\' 1lullIt'JUIIUf( .
I made that required the Justice Department to make forfeiture a key obJective ten ner,discussion the delegates were divided into expect our tra tonally tough footballers to 'get"tough ,' :. "'H6 bnoro
and directed that a greater emphasis be placed on financial Investiga- groups to pursue their H:i Iwhen'the7 going gets rough? C.ontruvt Axiil'dOil1x,1
and
charge to list their .
tions. Results have been problems'asthey
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In ,
startling. .
an eight month the Enforce ,
period Drug : 1"1 or '.Ji' I rAt
ment Administration alone seized over $37 million In drug-related cash and saw and encountered 'them'>in:V; 'Can'We1 ask less of ourselves? ; ," : t

assets. Other law enforcement agencies seized additional, $48 million.'Opel'ution their area. ,0*.,"i 1r '\\4 "_: ..or, !. t .', J Cronb: ; )' (''cmi;lc t 'n}

The groups spent a day and a l half t'I Tne.Crosby Lake Cerfieter>
,Greenback'" Effective"Federal ; listing these problems and suggested .t i ;Association I ahnount'es"' that Nick

/ solutions' to these problems. They .- -: : ; : to the editofc I. :I" ,Harper of Lawtey has been awarded

agencies have begun to aggressively pursue financial investigations. were also asked what assistance or '' .... the' coAracl'for maintenance of the
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The Customs Service in a major ongoing investigation called 'Operation Green programs might. be needed, to ,find. i ', ... ') cemetery located on State, Road IH( )
back' looks for irregular bank and currency transactions as a way to locate the solutions. Nice to live. Where. Peoplepresident I Car'ff,,,'?. ,.'| west of Starke. '
drug kingpins. The FBI in Operation Bancoshares used money laundering to arrest The
of
cooperation t the ask
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35 drug dealers and seize $12 million in drug profits. It is my understanding that a report After locking my keys in my car to see if he eoulcfget\ the car ed In helping maintain the public of
of this conference will be made to the < this past Saturday, I went into a little, open .(it seems this happens.often the beauty
"Violence is the method drug dealers Use to maintain discipline and intimidate Legislature to State Agencies and.to quiet panic.: My husband and son were"Qut -' 'around' the bank .and he is getting,, .fainers cemetery'by placing trash in con
citizens. The Miami Herald reported in July that 45 murders in the Miami area' our State University system, of town and I know nothing about good ails) and he Spent a good deal of removing provided; dead for that PUI'POHC,1I11d'
this year can be attributed to 'Cocaine Cowboys.' Today the federal government cars, except how to drive them. time trying to unlock'the ar. When he':', Uncial flowers and faded ur
doesn't get involved in these 'murder.for hire cases. I have sponsored a bill that I'll be supportive of any programs I went into the Community Bank of saw that the car couldn't be opened in ,plots arrangements from grove
would help cut off some of this, violence by getting the FBI involved in all such that will help keep our small farmer' 'Starke to see.if I could use the phone the ordinary way.he called the police order within to facilitate a reasonable', lime In

cases.. In, business. I feel that they make a to call a locksmith and found out department ,for, me. Two gentlemencame cemetery the; Association care of the

"The fight against crime and drugs will not be easy. We need to have the great contribution to Agriculture and Starke doesn't ,have one/The young ,right to the rescue and several ,the right .to remove1 reserve' such
resources and the will to make our neighborhoods safe if we are to prevail in this our society, and have helped make. lady: volunteered to 'ask the ,bank minutes later managed (o get it open.. atangements after two weeks from

fight. But as I've travelled/ across the state in the past year I've begun to sense a our county as strong as it is. I really. couldn't thank them ,ade-. date of funeral, If owners. of the property
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change in attitudes. People are fed up with unsafe communities drugs in the will only have a fair crop of average 'quately enough on Saturday and fail to do so.

schools and courts that pay more attention to the criminal: than to the victim of ,The weather has been disappoin- :.quality.pecans: J(this! .year.! ,,;, :f ., .wanted! to write this letter to let them 'Thd''t6op2ration "
the cri.ne. People want to make their communities safe again. I believe that the ting in the last few weeks. We nave,.,-. '. know how much appreciated( these 'of the public in
I have outlined above will had cloudy threegentlemen for being so helpful, helping maintain the' cemetery pnv
program help stop crime and drug'trafflcking in overcast skies 'and The national forecast for pecan: production
Florida, and I hope that you will help me get these proposals enacted into law. threats of rain, but no appreciable is up. I have seen reports that and pleasant and for taking so much ,pery! will be appreciated.

Working together, we can restore respect for law and order, in our state." rainfall We are extremely dry in all the national crop is 84 percent higher' of their time away from their regular .
.areas of the duties.-You gave my spirits a real lift
county. This has delayed than last ,,year. This usually means
planting clover and forages for' lower prices tq the grower for pecans. that day.
ivestock and make our hay and other You know; we are so fortunate to

......... ,.....' a ,winter feed supplies:, more critical. I'm hoping that prices at the firstauction live in this community where people
":(" P1P without some green grazing. in Starke, next week care about helping one another. It is a .
!Jr8J:1.r :(Thursday Nov, 12th)' will be better feeling that spreads from one person
: ; :" 're.. .; ,"; .. Except for being dry the clouds than, some early. quotes.I've' seen! to,, another. I enjoy shopping 'in the r
: and overcast weather Is good for the'' stores here because the clerks are

r strawberry transplants that were set Maybe next\ year We could possible usually pleasant and really Interested
ESTABLISHED 'W?. ,. MEMIER last week. Looks like about 75 percent have good production and the rest of in being of service rather" than just
: BOB'G. FERGUSON 'JOHN a M. of our berries are now set and bel in,". the county be down if the old pecan "serving time" In order to collect'*
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Ing to grow. Growers are having to irrigate ,tree continues. exhibit 'alternate salary) The ..first .film with -
oach Thursday. and., .....ai Second Lieu I Manor" a*the heavily; however to keep the' bearing characteristics: let: bear nuts Too often we only': see printed: the, sound accompaniment ynchronued -
..< Pott Ofilco .* Herb,.. ,l.. u...... Act .4M.ich'3,1171 '. .' plants alive until a new root system. i ill *only every other year It this hapena,. things we are concerned :or angry' to be success 0
established.It's we could: j ha.ve.good prices then. about (and that can be good alagi.but fully shown
i .Subscription rote In ......*mom f* Par Voor; $* eta Month "t the news can become gloomy and one to m 'paying

Ovts.... traaVar**:''(IO Par Voari flee Six Month .- Pecan time again.The wind and Plan now to fertilize your trees next 'Aided if we don't hear of the positives,. ," at audienise three were presented

I, "ho...M4-A30S'. Sr.....Florida the little bit of moisture has caused a' !February, whether they have pecansor things this community. has to offer* ',..> ,': S.. 'during' :' temporary the cinemas
; furl Exposition
good bit of nut drop and not this ,
some pecans year. Call me if you have, Mrs' James Bowman '
bttw.. ISmi
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Miss Lillian Stump rounded'out a were Mrs. John W. Griffin j' : Mrs. W.H. ; : want to see their hospital I '

in week of activities Monday afternoon Thomson and Mrs. George Copeland.On "dY'M'I the Auxiliary is work! .;
celebration of her 62nd birthday Sunday night Miss Stump was cookbook containing .
and retirement from Stumps Store also honored on the double occasion : a
of who would
36 where she had been working full time with a turkey dinner given by Mr. and Society Editor Please anyone send it with
years, starting in 1945. Mrs. Jim Womack and Mr. and Mrs. address which will be
Lil's nephew and niece, Mr. and George Copeland at the Blueberry 964-7608 ,
the book, to' Mrs. Doris
Mrs. Jim Womack present owners of Hill Farm of the latter on Underhill OQ 2 Box 1018,
Keystone
Stump store, gave a party for her in road. .
4 VJcy 32656. The first one
the store with
approximately 150 The buffet table was centered withan
: will be
I' ., ;y:; friends stopping by during the party arrangement of mums and carnations cookbook'The received; books
'.. hours 3 to 6 to wish her conY' -
p.m. in the fall shades flanked by bur-
: placed 'on sale to the
gratualations,
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ning orange tapers.
A beautiful sheet cake with the In-
Helping to celebrate this occasion
..... scription "Good: Luck on your Retire.ment" were Mr. and Mrs. AI Coston, Mr. and general be held meeting November ot 23:the at
centered one table, The cake :
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire Mrs. J.M.
will be dutch treat din-
: : a
;'' was encircled with greenery and In Blackshear,,.Mrs. R.M. Riherd, Mrs. Steer Steak House
Z. back of the cake was an arrangementof W.H. Thomson, Mrs. John W. Griffin '
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'iF There will be a short
yellow and gold
Fuji mums. and Bill and Brad Hamilton. ,
Its and
:' The punch table was covered with a These two parties climaxed a weeks a guest
: white linen cloth and centered with a announced later. All
tour
of the Smoky Mountains with i-
Fi" crystal punch bowl .encircled ,with Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. ''Thomson, Mrs. encouraged to intend
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greenery and pompoms. Riherd Mrs. Blackshear and Miss
:C Assisting Mrs Womack In serving Stump enjoying a sight-seeing tour. Dukes

''St 1 'r f 12th

I ; Sharon 'Hobbs Honored at PartiesMiss


Sharon Hobbs whose mar- On Tuesday' night, Oct.:"27; Miss I Dukes celebrated her
riage to Jeffery L. Norman will be an Hobbs was complimented at a bridal Friday night at a
event of Nov. 14, was honored.at ''a shower given by the ladies of Nor- given by her parents.
brunch recently in the Holiday Inn thside Baptist Church held in the J.C. Dukes.
four of her little I
restaurant with hostesses Mrs. Maxie church Fellowhsip Hall. [ gill
Carter, Jr. and Mrs.. Bradley A. Games were played and prizes a weiner roast follow-
and listened
Carter. awarded. Each guest presented I to music-
'I: The head table was covered with awhite Sharon with a favorite recipe whichfit The Florida room
cloth and centered with an arrangement inside a recipe box given to her by in the Halloween
of yellow daisies and the ladies of the church.
miniature orange mums. The side The refreshment table was night Stephanie's
tables were covered with brown centered with an arrangement of silk r11C Mr. and Mrs. V.J
cloths and held vases of burntorangedaisies. flowers. Cokes were served by Mrs. a family dinner for he.
Danny Shuford and serving cake were occasion.

,, Twenty-three guests. attended. Mrs. Glen Shuford and Mrs. Octavian i "

Miss Hobbs along with her mother, Nicula.Among the guests were Mrs. R .,,.'_' Meeting
Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Sr., and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, mother of the bride-
L.M.Norman,Jr.,Mrs. Leon Norman elect and Mrs. L.M. Norman, Jr. and Altar Society I
,. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland. Sr., Mrs. Leon Norman, mother and the Fall Meeting I
mother and grandmothers of the prospective grandmother of the prospectivegroom. ,.. Deanery hosted by
groom, were presented with Women s Guild in
shoulder corsages upon their arrival. October 22nd.
The bride-to-be was also given a five concelebrated at the
piece place setting of her chosen flat Junior Woman's Club t Deanery Moderator.
ware as a memento of the occasion. Flannan Walsh of Holy
; Meet Monday NightThe
To
Gainesville; Father Ed
Junior Woman's Club will Live Oak; Father
Miss Sharon Hobbs was honored at .discuss the Fashion Show for e Lake City; and
.. a bridal shower Monday, Oct. 26, November and Christmas Bazaar for Julian of St. Patrick's
.," given by Miss Gladys Ann Ayer, Mrs. December at their meeting Monday .
'" David Carter and Mrs. Benny Carter night at 7:30: p.m. at the club house. business meeting lun
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: at the home of the latter on Southgate Hostesses will be Evelyn Chastainand afternoon session were
.,.. Drive. Sissy Cory. Agriculture Building in
Several games .were, played and Ellen Hoffenberg. Stale
prizes awarded. ; guest speaker address-
The refreshment table was Starke Woman's Club .
,. on the subject of Child
centered with of fall
an arrangement
." flowers ,and a miniature wedding To Have Drug Abuse St. Edward's Parish

," cake. And Crime Program were the Altar Society
Lillian's
What's
A corsage was presented to the Ashline Antoinette
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Deputy
bride-elect and she was also given a Don Denton will speak on crime and Lillian Stump's retirement I Richards, Betty Dazin
serving bowl to her chosen china as a drug abuse at the Starke Woman's ly held Inside the store and she 964'7701".i Kay Richards and
memento of the occasion. Club luncheon meeting on Wednesday symbol of her favorite subject. Father Edward
Nov. 11, at 12 noon. Miss Stump has got to figure pastor attend
Mrs. V.J. Spengler, chairman of home for a couple of hours the and afternoon session
Brenda Wilkinson 'Public Affairs will have las her an hour. Patrick Foley of
.PtirMurfdorff ."*""' assistihghbstesSes f MrsTJoart Chitty, ;) Chaplain Father Joe

,Yo, II..-1'' __ _!Mr.fj"- and(Mrs.'" ,"J.I, f'f'l.. Wi .inson-,; 11 'r Mrs1ohnt I'b1YT"m', :ieeng: Nags av lrr.M':. fiA..'+.'. '. 8\

Raiford announce the approaching Seymour, Mrs. M. Wells and Mrs The Little Women of Starke, ',
: marriage of their daughter,. Brenda Palmer Williams. Halloween Dance at the OldFashioned
to Pat Mundorff, son of Mrs. Cookie Club, Saturday night, Oct. 31
Mundorff of Starke and Wayne Mun-
dorff of Keystone Heights. Starke Nursing Home Mrs. Warren Stevenson

The wedding will take place Saturday Has Halloween Baby'Shower HonoreeMrs.
Nov. 7, at 7 pm.ln' the Starke
Church of God with reception Party Oct. 30 .' Warren Stevenson was Baptist Church

following in the Fellowship Hall., The "Grandparents" celebrated plimented at a baby shower ., & 227
All friends; and relatives are invited for their"Grandchildren" night, October 11, at the
I to, attend.. halloween by hosting from a party Southisde Residence on Crosby Lake. Bro. Charles Worley
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Mrs. Tom and
were Casey : 9th.13th
School on Friday, Oct.30
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Elementary
; :, Ninth Grade ParentsTo at the Starke Nursing Home. Johnny A game Hobbs was, Jr.played and a 7:30 P.M.
When the 41 children arrived they ,
Meet Nov ,9 were greeted by the staff dressed in given The to refreshment Mrs. Mullins.table was : Jimtt E. Sliding
The Ninth Grade Parents Organiza-3 ''costume and escorted them on a trip
with a white lace cloth and
., 'j' ''tion will meet Monday Notl'9.at 7:30" down"Haunted Lane" with Poor Joe. with an arrangement of daisies
'1' i I' p.m.lin! the BHS Library, Room 1817.Karen IThe residents participated with the pink,' blue and yellow mums.

L,1,,",, ',"F!' "" ..., I I' sound Refreshments effects. of Witches Brew and punch, mints and nuts were I Building
served. The Corsages were presented to
Ghost cookies were and her
Waters received pumpkins and bat Stevenson to daughter
children
ly. The honoree was also given a
.1"/1[ '. Michael.Brlgmondi '''lollipop favors from the residents as
chair of
as a memento the
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),t "I (i''.: Told'' they were leaving. return to school.
.,)\\1 d,1, 1"-ngogement, ,"""
bMrhandMrsi.HowardF..Newland, ,
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mru' > Sri/of/ Tampa! announce,the engage- '..
ment and approaching marriage of ,f -...- ghe ( ( Dad I)
their daughter, Karen Newland ,!' ,'
Starke Michael Brig-' I
Waters of ,to .r t'bJO'N
mond of Orlando, son of Luedell Brig- BIRTHS -
1'Q) 9'.. Sat.
mond and the late Joseph BrigmondofOrlando. Satin
.' ,SheetsC'Fit{ :
The wedding is planned for Nov. 21 i4( \2 (also Queen ee
''at 2 p.m. .at the Orlando United ...! ,. ) lesson or
Pentecostal Church. Christopher Coih Olin Handmade Quilts : "
No local invitations are being sent. Mr. 'and Mrs. Mark V. Olin announce Gift Items bar.
All friends; / d relates! are!.invited to the birth of a son, Christopher ; .
.'attend. > -pu Cash born Nov. 1 in Alachua General Ginn
-;';' :The couple will reside in Orlando. Hospital.,

,?t.,,-,'? Paternal grandfather is Vernon E.
''Olin of Starke and maternal grandparents -
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are Mr. and Mrs. William
.", ", Homemoker' Club peschger,of Starke. i

,<. y.To. ; Meet Nov,'..12" ;,\" "Ii i !

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r.The); Bradford County Homemakers .

'.i .''.' Club will have a "Show and Tell" program -'''.,"\\r,, ;', i ,
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at' their meeting,Thursday;, ''"' i

Nov. 12, at 10 a.m.-in Agriculture-. ; 't : .: ,'. ';A- I
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,building in Starke "
.' '';..;1... ;....;-'f({ Crafts made by the members will'' ; ".:I!, :':,fjl ,r'\ '.J .j' !' -''''You're Invited To :V'i'

> 11 P.Ii.4i:>' 'be on display and each' person will I ., i t : i ;
;' 'I'.i"tJi; '".how her..gilt. individually and -', ;, .
..1..-vty'.": !plain be Christmas how it is ideas.made.. Most items will ./":'. Mircrowave : ..;

Concluding the program will be the' : Demonstration "
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'::1 Christmas snacks or goodies served -

.:- '", to those present. Each dish will have Y. November 17 : ; : ; ,, ," Kirkland. ,
'a copy of the recipe besldo 1C with the: :. i' ; l .
donor's name. After Christmas the ..r4 '.>;' '.' Two Convenient I
recipes will be compiled Into a book. ? .
Everyone is invited to attend. '. 57'9 !!; 'I II'


Emmanuel Missionary This demonstration is sponsored '

: Baptist Church ,We will offer special "\ '

:t Halloween Party on mircrowaves during this "

i! Emmanuel Missionary ::
Baptist '
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Church located on SR 235 had a Halloween >Sawyer-Slade Gas & ', *. .
:. .get-together Friday night,.Oct ,w :*< :
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Thirty-five guests* enjoyed 332 W. Madison St.. :1 I

refreshments and Halloween games AMMMMl .lfwna..M Call I..Hk at : GIFTS, "

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j \ Mr. and Mrs. Ax...' I;;,: IM d ,', Clando; ASJf.i: t.n

C.Iobrat1i25thie, ;" (, l t If: .;'fry,. ,r r= ,t It'I. ',.' Johnny Sassr, Jr.
'rot \ '
i Anniversary ?I, !. t' ;- : p a, 4Uov. 20 Wedding

ii+ Harold and nuby Axe of Keystone MrjJaoiJ Mrs. A.L.Batten announce
i Heights. celebrated their 25th anniversary the engagement and approaching
Monday Nov. '2 with .n dinner marriage of their daughter Glenda
I party at the Brovyn 'Derby in Sue to Johnny William Sasser, Jr..
I Gainesville. :' I;*)( Bon of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. $aIBel'. Sr.,
Several friends helped the couple to all of Starke. .
celebrate the occasion. 71|;a f', The wedding Is planned for Friday,
.f- The couple is, planning on a trip to Nov. 20, at 7 p.m.' at Grace Baptist
the ,Bahamas., ,, ltjl' Church on Grilfis Loop with a recep
'ij>>'' tion following the Fellowship Hall.

Did YOu Know.......... ti,- f'': No invitations are being sent but all
.. friends and relatives are invited to attend

I Mrs Joan Stephens and children of ''lIP ;;'.. \

II I Columbia, Ga. have rented the home. Glenda Sue Batten Sherrl V nant

I, 'at 317 N. Myrtle street. Johnny Sasser, Jr. Luell Tanner Given Albert L.Batten Jr.

I II -... Birthday Party Sherri Vonzont

I The home of Mr. and Mrs. LueU Albert L. Batten Jr..,
Tanner was the setting for a surprise '
blrthdy party for Mr.Tanner on Sunday Engag.mnt \Told ..

,'Nov..1. Mr. and Mrs. Carl'J, Vanzant of
Cheryl Godwin's Magic Needle Wins Top Prize... The party was1 given by his Lawtey I announce, the -engagement
children: Mr. and Mrs. Oral Tanner and approaching marriage of their
This counted cross-stitch picture of wild flowers out of a German book won r Mr. and Mrs. James Williams, Miss daughter, Sherri;to Albert L. Batten.
the top prize in the 7th annual needlework show at the Magic Needle on Bessent Ir Priscilla Tanner Mr.'and Mrs. Erie Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs..A.L. Batten.
Road in Starke. M ; d r M Biggs and John Zack. In addition to Sr. of Starke. .
I !Miss Godwin started the minute cross-stitch project last April and finished It I all children and grandchildren. pre- The wedding Is planned for"Feb. 19,
i the day before Christmas as a present. The top prize is voted on by the people sent guests were Mrs. Owen Anders 1982. .
who visit the 5-day show at the Magic Needle,and Cheryl's picture was an over- Mr.and Mrs.Paul Bennett Miss Joan.
whelming winner, says Magic Needle owner Marty Bary. Dyal and Miss Renee Crawford.
Cheryl has been doing needlework for 11 years, since she was a Junior in high ,. ... Family and friends enjoyed a
school. She hoi no Idea how many hours it took to complete the 30<< by:34 Inch picture cookout and birthday cake. Duplicate Bridge
; she worked on it between other projects. Cheryl also won a first place in Club Results
this year's show with! a Caro design, had two clowns and a small cross stitch .:',' d 4t'r'' t r Gospel Sing
needlepoint billfold. r Hazel and Jerry Moran were the
At Cong. MethodistThere winning couple at Duplicate Bridge

Needle Presents will be a gospel sing Satur- Tuesday night. Ida Shaw and Mildred
Magic day, Nov. 7,at 7:30p.m.featuring the Cuttino were second; tied for third
Pope family at the New Congrega- and fourth were Eva Matthewson and
Annual Needlework ShowThe tional Methodist Church on 301 Northof Bob Patel and Tom Rowand and Jack
Burnette.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Axe Starke.
Raiford. 2. Imogene Miller, The public is Invited to attend.
Needle its 7th
annual Magic needlework presented show Oct. 21-25 Newberry. 3. Geri Johns. Starke Did You Know........... _4JU.. 1 _,.i411'c1 _
with 115 entries of needlework in CREWEL PICTURES: 1. Karen .:.

many forms and from a wide Griffith, 2. Jan Powell Keystone Mrs. R.S. Mullins was a delegate to 'n .
Frances, toLeta's
geographic area. Heights. 3. Charlene the Girl Scout National convention in Have You Been
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CREWEL PILLOWS:
During the course of the show over Gainesville. Houston Texas last Sunday to 'd.- '
250 visitors viewed the show and each Becky Jones Starke Honorable Mention Wednesday.Miss -1 :
visitor voted for their favorite. The Mildred Roberts Lake Geneva.

winner of the Sweepstakes prize was QUILTING: 1. Newell Starke.Anderson 3. Edna Sexton of Keystone ': "i. Style Center
Oxford. 2. Becky Jones,
Cheryl Godwin of Starke. Her entry Heights Mrs. T.B. Rahn and Mrs.
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was a counted thread embroideryflower Sylvia Thomas Lake Butler. LATCH A.J. Eaves of Starke attended the an- 114 N. Walnut 964-8113
HOOK 1. Lori Rauhofer Starke. 2. ;
picture.Mrs. : nual district meeting of Methodist .;;.
Alicia Homrich of the Home Marti Radford Gainesville. 3. Betty Women at the First United Methodist L'' : I Open Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30
Extension Department judged the en- Nettles Lake Butler.FURNITURE Church in Gainesville on Saturday., .
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Stine
tries on Tuesday Oct. 19. Ribbons : 1 Ginny ..
were awarded in the following Jacksonville. 2. Barbara Poston Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and rr.-- -'" .. .
Keystone Heights. 3. Leah Mathews DII VII KNOW?
categories: Honorable Mention- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris were Fridayto Leta
NEEDLEPOINT PILLOWS: I. Gin- Palatka. Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. MorganLet
ny Stine, Jacksonville. 2. Mae Miller, Florence Ruud Raiford Charles Woodley in Auburn and at- Leta style

Starke.Gainesville.3. Randy Honorable Kammer-Phillips Mention,, Starke.KNITTING 2. Allyn: Cook 1. Kay Starke.McKinley 3. Alice tended the UF-Auburn game. -. Your hair Today We Have Braids for Long HairHot

Mable Leacock, Gainesville Green Waldo. Honorable Mention- Mr. and Mrs. Houson McClane and
Wax for Brows Sideburns Unwanted Hair
BARGELLO PILLOWS: 1. Louise Ethel Fuller Starke. MeritBurney Mrs. 'Betty Ann Phillips spent Mon Eye or ,
Mojonnier, Gainesville. 2. Kandy Winkler Starke. CROCHET: 1. Betty day to Saturday in Key West visitingJim
Costello, Keystone Heights. 3. Wanda Nettles Lake Butler. 2. Liz Langley McClane. Enroute home they Blow Dry Styling .
Starke. 3. Tied: Burney Winkler and'
Underwood, Hawthorne. Honorable visited Bok Tower and .Cypress
Mention Kelly Cason. NEEDLE Louise Harden both of Gardens. CurLy or Regular Perms for Men & Women
Starke. COUNT THREAD EMBROIDERY -
POINT PICTURES: 1. Cheryl God-
Starke. 2. : PICTURES:1.. Tied:
win, Kathryn Mosely,
Lawtey. 3. Becky Jones, Starke. Cheryl Godwin, Starke and Carol New Appointment Welcome Leta Morgan
Honorable Mention Mae Miller, Sims St. Mary's. 2. Barbara Poston. Congregation r- But Not Always & Brenda Simpson
Starke. Merit Kandy Costello, Keystone Heights. 3. Peggy Godwin, Methodist Church'New Necessary" to Serve You
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Starke. Honorable MentionEleanor.
Heights. NEEDLEPOINTBELL
Keystone

PULLS:, .1. .Florence Ruud, Samuels Martha ,Dams Gainesville.Keystone PILLOW,Heights.: 2 1. church is Congregation located on 301 N.Methodist, of Starke .. -- -- ." .,. .... ... -- .. .- ,-. -. ,-, .. .""- _.-
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Knf Dot .Adklna,.. Gainesville. 3. 'Sylvia Sunday :
Did You Thomas, Lake Butler BELL PULLS: services: 9:45: and 11 a.m. :ol.lr!.: -:>r--- m:) ..o:1: )151" 10 Iteft x ,,
.J. I t. 1. Dot Adkins Gainesville. 2.'Sylvia evening 7pm. Tuesday-30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker, Sr. and Thomas Lake Butler. 3 Cheryl God- Friday-Young people, 7:30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker of Savan- win, Starke. GettaAxfreein1tfe5tand i
nah, Ga spent the weekend with Mr. MISCELLANEOUS: 1. Tied: Skirt- I
and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.J.C. Adele Hardenbergh, Pair ChristmasStockingsKandy
Costello both of REWARDLOST

Dukes has returned after six Keystone Heights 2. NeedlepointPetite -
weeks in Los Angeles Cal.! on Point Bean Bag-Helen Unser DOG: Grey a CASH bonus :
business with Draw Tite Co. Gainesville. 3. Counted ThreadEmbroideryChatelaineJane

Gareth and Beckie Jones and sons Trawick, Starke. Honorable Mention- and furry. Goes by '
Art and Ann Schultz and Mac and Needlepoint Bean Bag-Betty Kerr with
Carol Baldwin attended a square Palatka and Counted Thread Picture- the of
dance camping weekend at Salt Spr- Donna Langley, Juvenile. name Fortune'sd

ings. "Shadow" Call "
All-
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Workman of -Pick ;..

Miami were Tuesday and Wednesday George Rivers Farm Diane Westcott !, ,
visitors last week of their soninlawand
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Graham Florida

Jones. Black Eyes 1320 Seaming Convert your Money ,

!Mrs Randolph Brandt of Dorset Pink Eyes 964.6150 Market Certificates.. ;"1. ,

Vt. is visiting her son-in-law and Purple Hull IRS Approved.Fortune If you own o Fortune Federblv6-monft w I
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David
10 days Dodgefor Cream 9648971LONGGHAM'P Federal's All-Savers Certificates now Money Market Certificate with"'pn (Interest '
Zipper pay 10.77% simple interest per annum pnd. rate thor Is equal root higher hdn the;Alri'; _

Mr. and Mrs Douglas Hardy and allow you to exempt up to'$2000 interest Savers rate at time of.rrpnsfer, you'contransfer '

Mrs. Millard Judd spent the weekend on a joint federal tax return ( $1000 on on funds without any penalty from!:Jhis

with Mr. and Mrs. John Stringer and individual return). Depending on your ro C!: cerrifjcpre.Into a new All-SoveiiCJerrificarey, ::
daughters in Pleasant Hill Ala and -brocket, these one-year certificates will yield For more Information'drop by your neOresK:
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attended the Auburn-UF game. JATfroTO 16% to 23%. Check the chart to see Fortune Federal office \.. ',i iaWhat

& % [ the All-Savers Certificate means to you .''J;.
t cSfox bracket You can buy an All-Savers
Thirty-two members of the J.O.Y. nN--1\1c15 \ '
Just( Older Youth) group of the i for as little as $500. Each certificate Is fully. _iu,,_ ;:,:=, .':h;
Madison Street Baptist Church toured ur by the F5UC --- IJ.!!,. -.. '!!>.. ..
the Sheriff's Boy's Ranch in Live Oak HOMES I NC''t.:4: ::: if'l' 'W:< .'fij1tJ, Sysp! : t. ':.P8 _-L7'IL__ '__.-7".... _- .
last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. .. "; .. ..ICt.!! :=-uy ___._ -JI.In.'Ji5..JQ1f41..fI .-
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visited her sister Mrs.J.T. Sumner in BUILDERS OF ((USTOC HOMES f CASH bonusesfor !II' 'rice J1 .. .... ,' .' .Lea! .. _
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Ocilla Ga. Sunday and Monday of > )128.101-34.190- .. =

last week. Fop! 30 YEARS IN ALAGHUA ;:. deposits !;. ..I91"1.IIqo'II, ,f'|. 4 ""'fi; ____IJ _

Matt and Jim Ivey of New Orleansare [DUVAL UNION SLAY BAKE ; Flours bov.ire approzimafe'and' based-on r 1981 lax':
spending this week with their / Deposit $2000-$4999 in on All-Savers Certificate tablet. Merest rate. ot 10,77%la equa\to lox ol average
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J E.Har- AND BRADFORD GCUNTIES. r r or a 30-month Money Marker CD and Investment yield on one-year U.S.Treasury Bills aa of the
dy while their parents arejn Darien most recent auction, dale,10.77%interest earned only it
Ga due to the critical illness of Mr. Fortune Federal will pay you $10 cash..For o funds are left to maturity With a monthly or quarterly Intersi -
Ivey's father Mrs. David Mendenhalland BEFORE You PAY Too MuqkGHEGK \;' :r"' deposit of $5000 or more you will receive .check. option. the fate rate ol the certificate will be
Th. /"/ ctlv"
annual yield| ail
Open on three
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daughter Ashley June a bonus. a
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All season long Lance Wig

;.:...:..;. gins, number 31 in the pictures,
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...... the Bradford Cowboy Mitey
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-- as Wiggins twice broke for
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r lengthy touchdown runs against
; Callahan In another Mltey MIte
victory. Here he takes off ilf
: iI 11. around the right end on n pitchout -
a 1r from quarterback Chuck
Morrow, breaks free, and is off
to the races. And with Wiggins!
running It's no race. Mltry Mitt'I I ; > ..
coaches say Wiggins has yet to
be run down from behind all
r Cut- season.
w Saturday Wiggins ran for 150
yards and three more
touchdowns as the Cowboy
Mitey Mites ripped Callahan i
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The Mitey Mites and Midgets kept weekend though at least two of the Mitey Mites 33 Defensive standouts were Pop Warner Standings
: on rolling the little guys winning clubs should be in the league playoffs Games This Week. Callahan 0 noseguard Clarence Williams and
: 33-0 to keep their unscored-on streak here Saturday, Nov. 21)). Festivities (all at Bradford High) linebackers Gail Hampton and. Midget DivisionNational
Once it the touchdown '
again was
10:00 Mitey Mites ((6-0)) vs. Mandarin Gerald Bradham.
; alive and the big 'uns breezing 38-8-- start at 4 p.m. Friday afternoon with iron-clad
of Lance Wiggins,an
sprints
but the other three Bradford Cowboy the Pop Warner parade starting at ((5.2)) Coach Ronnie Padgett also praised BRADFORD 5-0
:,: teams had tough times in Pop Warner Bradford Square shopping center. 11 11:30: Pee Wees ((3-4)) vs O. Park defense, and the direction that of quarter- offensive linemen Rickr.Whittaker Bel-Med 3-2
back Chuck Morrow paved.theway
games Saturday in Starke. This floats are expected to be in the ((3-3-1)) and Ronnie Zurfluh."We ve been running GCS 2-4
.. weekend it's Homecoming Weekend caravan 1:30: Jr Midgets ((0-7) vs. O. Park as the Mitey Mites stormed past up his hole all year long,"
: with all five teams at home for the (4-1-2)( ) Callahan before a damp home crowd Padgett said of Whittaker.The .
football and festivities that start witha Saturday's action starts with the 3:30: Midgets (5-0)( ) vs. Casselberry. Saturday. Mitey Mites have now Junior Midget Division

parade at 4 p.m. Friday. Cowboy Homecoming Queen being (4-1) Wiggins, who has already scored 18 outscored the opposition. 142 points to National
Callahan nipped the Pee Wees 6-0 crowned at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning 5:00: Jr. Pee Wees ((3-4)) vs. Mid- touchdowns in 6 ballgames, hit o. Bel-Med 6-0-1
and dumped the Jr. Pee Wees 19-6 Games start at 10 a.m. with the dleburg (3-3-1)( paydirt three times (his average) on OP Bears 4-1-2
while the Jr. Midgets were thumped Mitey Mites going against Mandarin runs of 70, 60, and 7 yards and totaled GCS 3-4
'. by Orange Park's Falcons 330. which has a 5-2 record. The Pee Wees 150 yards on 10 carries. Hard- Cheerleader BRADFORD 0-7
: Bradford's Mitey Mites are now 6 face Orange Park at 11:30: the Jr. Wees and Middleburg square off at charging quarterback Morrow added
wins no losses in the league, the Midgets take on Orange Park at 1:30: 5:00.: 2 scores on keepers of 30 and 10 yards CompetitionThis Pee Wee Division
Midgets 5-0, the Jr Pees and Pee the Midgets play an exhibition contest Chicken dinners, consisting of a and both ran for point conversions.. National
Wees 3-4, and the Jr. Midgets 07. against a Casselberry (Orlando area) quarter smoked chicken, baked SundayNearly Bel-Med' 5-2
Homecoming for the Bradford club that is 41liith just 13 points beans, slaw, bread, and drink for $2, Also for the offense Andy Goodowns Orange Park 3-3-1
teams is the last regular season home allowed at 3:30: and finally the Jr. Pee will be served starting at 11 a.m.Sports. carried a reverse 40 yards. BRADFORD 3-4
40 squads of Pop.Warner Green Cove 0-6-1
cheerleaders from the towns in the

:; Freshmail Whip Colts Calendar Timucua Bradford Conference High Stadium will in converge Starke this on Junior Pee Wee Division

,. ; 'r, Sunday, Nov .8, at :2 p.m. for the National
Nov."5- t league's cheerleading competition. Bel-Med 4-2-1.
Thursday, ? '. .:.',, t _. ,,:---'Th youngcheerleaders1rom'the" BRADFORD??*; !'.I-"o 3.4' .
t To GamWiiiiiiii .. Season .BUS JV footballafciiiy.llUgh I ,.II! five Bradford Cowboy teams'the Green Cove *''' 2-4-1 '
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4 .:. ", \ t\ District Volleybain&'mlfinals( (at Santa Fe) r. 'Mitey: Mites,Jr. Pee Wees, Pee Wees, DlvlslonlR! '.-
Starke youth flag football ((3:15 & 4:15)) Jr. Midgets, and Midgets-will repre- Mitey Mite
sent us as hosts and Pop Warner officials National
Closing out the first winning season Tyson was instrumental in all three Nov. 6-- are inviting the public to come BRADFORD 6-0
Friday
for a 9th grade team in years the Tornado marches and scored a pair of 2-point out and cheer the cheerleaders on as Mandarin 5-2
freshman footballers whipped conversions as well. Robert Bellamyand Live Oak at BUS varsity football ((8)) they compete against girls from other Green Cove 1.4-1
North Marion 22-14 in Sparr Tuesday Gerald Brown also ran well l District volleyball finals (at Santa Fe) teams. Bel-Med 0-6
night to cap a fine 4 win 2 loss Stevens said and Brown had an
District cross country at St. Johns CC: ((4MO) a?:
season. outstanding kicking night, booming
"I told 'em was real proud of all of two kickoffs into the endzone. Family Hair Designers
them, I told them that even before the Saturday, Nov. 7-
game," said a happy Coach Rick Stevens said the offensive line of Autum Sun Fun Run in Starke ((9 a.m.) "For Hair Cutting Excellence"

Stevens after Tuesday's road victory. Donald Thornton, Richard Ornton, Pop Warner Homecoming Day ((9:30: a.m.)
"They did what we've (Stevens and Jamie Whitehead, Dan Duffy, Robbie
assistant Lanier Clyatt) asked themto Boone. Rich Crosby, and Gordon (crowning of queen at 9:30 games following)
do all year long. Smith was outstanding:: and also said '
The frosh used three long drives for the defense "did a good job." Sunday Nov. 8-- 964-7303 964-7303
their scores getting close enough for An offensive highlight that didn't Men's flag football ((1:30 & 3) i't.
2 short touchdown dives by Tony lead to a score was a pass for nearly Final round of President's Golf ''t
Davis and a 1 yard sneak by quarter- 50 yards hauled in by Mike Colvin Cup ,
back Barry Warren. Fullback Oliver with lust seconds left in the first half. Pop Warner cheerleader competition ((2:00, BUS) _
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Tuesday, Nov. 10-

Thursday Game at ClayIs All Sports Club meeting ((7:30: Western Steer) L 4_ 1 r.r1sd .9/aal L '"1' 0,07 i i

oft Roy Chris Jerry Hafrtyfes j
Thursday, Nov. 12-- $tOO ij
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Starke youth flag football ((3:15 and 4:00)F) A5\ tOft\\\e\e ". 1\\' 144 W. ell St., Stark Lades HS,.. r
Crucial for 3-3 JVThis tot'*e"'O'" C\U181\\ (Lames hem Tin Telegraph) tl.,
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Roy and.Chris' would like '
game at Clay High ((7:30)) will decide dy Balkom, who suffered a broken PINE FORESr"lot.P'AIIDaN7S to Infe.siona Family Hairstyling.S' .!;
traduce their brother Jerry from Roy and Chris want to think
whether the JV Tornadoes of Brad- collarbone after catching a pass. "' the
ford High will have a winning or los Jacksonville. Jerry baa had 5 yra. people of Bradford Clay & Union
ing record as the BHS sophomores - - ,1-33 B.4lrooBB Apt. experience in men & women hair ,County for making their profession
blanked Macclenny 20-0 last week to tyling. He baa previously worked a success
pull their record to 3-3 with 3 wins in Dr. Leonard Schlofman froaa ''130-10 '271- at Kingsley Square Barber Style HOURS:

their last 4 games. Shop in Orange Park and' Sebring Tues. & Wad;9 ani- 6 pm
Coaches Rick Stevens and Lanier = r Style Shop of Normandy Mall.
,15 30 W. Nadleon Jerry Thurs. 11.7 pm
Clyatt are confident heading into the Optometristwould is well qualified fa the fluid of Pro.
Mm.OmwrtwMy. t'Yott Friday 9 am 6
season finale at Green Cove (a 04-83 12 pm
postponed game with Santa Fe will _, Saturday 9 am 3 pm
not be made up), like to announce the assumption of
"The kids looked real good against
Macclenny," Stevens said of the
.- decisive victory. Now A Available Starke
: The JV Wildcats never got close to Dr. James K. Hester's Office :
the goal line against a BHS defense
led by noseguard Wayne Cribbs and
:. tackle Tony Hill, who Stevens said
played their best ballgames of the and now full time practice,. located in Pantry
: : year.
: Cribbs even got in on the scoring ritleShopping Center.
picking up a fumble by a Bradford
back at the three and taking it in for a t fMrKSSitB
.. touchdown. Tudy O'Neal got another
;; Bradford score on a short dive and 964-8076 t
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Jimmy Schoening intercepted a pass -* -*
and ran 30 yards for the initial BHS
TD. Quarterback Robert Carver hit
: William Salmon for the 2-point con-
.: version that made it 20-0.

3. Tennis Tournament

: Is Underway Now '' P1-' ._ ." p* 'Tl!** fB! -**- ',-.

: The Starke Rec.
Department
.' Turkey Tennis Tournament Is under I 1 Kxitiii f III4 4 liaiinols!
way with the finals slated for the
; weekend of Saturday and Sunday I i
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16 players are vieing for the men's I
.' singles crown and 8 tandems are going DROP BY OUR 9 HBO' 13: -'((47 Jacksonville)
for the men's doubles champion- AT 3 WurTi( Gainesville) 14- Future
: ; ship while the women's draw was a OFFICE' WJXT(4Jacksenvlllq( ) 1. WON Chicago(Pending)
': bit lighter. Just 4 women's doubles 527 WATER ST.. S Local Access 16-CMN(Cable News Network) I
.::i teams are entered and 7 have entered FOR YOUR 6 7_- CINIMAX IT- AS N(Educational) .III. i
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the slngles.tourney. ADVANCEAPPLICATION .- (Gainesville ). 1M .- USA Network 1
The finals schedule is as follows 0-- N(2( h. sports) 9O_,,CaN(Christian Broadcast)
:' men's and women's singlesSat.., IO_, (17Jacksonville) 31 _,WO*New York(Pending). '
'. Nov. 21.- at 2:30: p.m. at ,Pratt 'St. Hv 11 _-.,WTM((11 Atlanta 99_ MTV'Video Rock 964-6308 I
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fy 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employee and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored ..
':. .Immediate. families. are welcome to enter, but In the Bradford County High School 'game each Missing on just three ogle games (yep last week's winner also missed R

there is a I limit of one entry per P erson.och week. week (except the Tornadoes open week). as a tie I mistakes(Ithreewerelhrownoutbeceuseotour) Axel Barnes of Starke tied lust tiebreaker 3. Barnes'was guess the of closest 33 points to the on

breaker. Please fill In the points you think will be two other contestants and then was Auburn 14-Gator 12 total while Hicks
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent com closest on the tiebreaker to win our picked 44 and Mrs Solze SO.
Contest last week.
Football most-missed last week
_-.i TELEGRAPH and ,must be dropped off at the bind. In the .tiebreaker blank For I instance, the Barnes missed just the Florida loss was probably the game Gator loss at
; .; : : Telegraph office before 4 p'.m. each Friday after ,score In one .of BHS, games last year was Mac to Auburn, Keystone's: win over P.K., Auburn, followed closely by Penn ::;.....w..-
.:..:;; noon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name clenny 17, Tornadoes 15, the correct total score Yonge, and Miami's upset of Penn St. State's defeat and the Gainesville
; but Glenn Hicks and Jo Ann Seize High win over unbeaten Santa Fe.
,of the team you think will win or "tl e" If you think was 32 points I '. -
the game will end (In a tie. The person who picks'

the most games! right will win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of the Judges are finch

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kirI I It was a day, for the Middle School sixth grade groups finishing first and I
? : munchkiris'last Wednesday Oct. 28, second," BMS coach George Loper r
as the .young sixth graders won the beamed."And of course George's r
"I' girls division and took second in the performance unpushed was outstan- '
I boys race against their older counter- ding." 1
parts in the annual Bradford Middle The big race day, which Involved 60

r :.. ,x1 School cross country intramurals.The runners in each race and the other
f sixth grade girls of the fifth students as cheerleaders, culminated
Y' period shaded the seventh graders of a 3 week P.E. cross country unit at
.P n. ,.n 211 period 4 by just three points- 97 to 100 the Middle School. Kbt

1. despite the fact that the top two
) ,. finishers in the 2-mile race were

period 4's Annette Lee in 13:14: and MI OlrU IntramurallT .
.! Latonya Jenkins in 13:15.: Led by third _....(wMi oc_). 1)) 5th period VI, II) 4th 100,3)
Lisa ((13:24) 10th 1st 109. 4)) 2nd 174, 5)) 6th 133.6)) 3rd 254InriMAnl .
placer Tierney :
top. 20(wild d.! ..pd.d.nd. 11,.*). '
placer Lisa Kennedy ((14:52): and Jen- 1) Annette Le0(4)( ) 13.14,2) Latonyi Jenkins (14)
nifer Brown (14:56): and Dora Davis 13 IS, 3)) UM '
: Tierney 151( ) 13:24 4) FeUcli Davis ;
'. .. ((14:56): in 12th and 13th, the sixth (16) 13:44: S) Cindy Merchant' ((4)) 14:08, II) Polly
Griffin 11) 14:14. 7) Stacy Reddish ((1) 14:23: I) .y
graders won on the strength of depth.
Lori Sapp <161 14'24, .) Amy Clark ((1)) 14:39, 10)) ,.
II Rounding out the top five girls was Lisa Kennedy ((51) 14::52, II) Donna Parado III)
Reaching for a Little Extra at the Tape... sixth grader Felicia Davis in 4th 14:53,12) Jennifer Brown(IS) 14:86,13)) Dora Davis
((13:44): ) and seventh grader Cindy (IS) 14:SO. 14))Sharon KnowlM (14) IS:'., (5)) Cindy
It was a sprint to the finish line in last Thursday's boys tetler of North Marion and.claim third place Harris (111) 13:34. 161 Denise Washburn (12)) 15:35: s N, ;# ,
Marchant in 5th ((14:08): r ,
)17) Christine Anders (IS) (15:39, 18) Carol McCul-
cross country meet with Tornado leader Barry Warren Jones stretch run helped the Tornadoes edge Mid- :
I In the boys race George Crews,justas cheon(SI IS:52, IB) Jackie Davis((3)) (5:53: ,201) Lot- ....
(right) claiming second place and teamate Curtis Jones dleburg 36-39 for the victory. in the 4-feam run. expected, ran from the packto lie Cole ((3) 15:S3. .. .
hard In the last 150 to overtake Pet- away .. .. ";
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(with )) 1) 2nd period 99 2)) 3th 134, 3)) "' ,, ::"'
'. 10:31.: But led by runnerup David 3rd 151. 4) 4th III, S) 6th 173, .) tat 196. ... '.... 1" ..:"" )' ..
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;. Black ((11:30): and third placer Allen IfidloMiMM. Toil. 20 (with \ 'w .' George Crew. ((3) 10:31.2) David Black 12) 11:30, ,. .. .
'J,.!.. : Gonzales ((11:52) the eighth graders of 3) Allen Gonzales ((2) 11::52, 4) John Hamilton (II) .., .. :
period 2 were easy winners with 99 12:00,S>Drew Davis C 11) 12:04, 6) Gene Powell ((41) wMj v sCrews
Tornado Harriers Capture : points to 5th period's (sixth grade) 134 (12:20. 7) Damn Patterson IS) 12:26.: ) Emanuel Breezed...
and 3rd 151. Brown C8I> 12:27, 9' Kyle Harrison ((2) 12.30, 10))
period's Alonzo Tyson(131-12) : III) Jason Brown(13) 12:35, George Crews cruised to an easy
1st period members John Hamilton 121) Jody Brown IS) 12:35, 131) Lorne Boone 12)) win in the boys race.AFFORDABLE.
((12:00)) and Drew Davis ((12:04): ) were 12:40. 14* Richard Burns ((6)) 12:54: 13) Aaron
fourth and fifth. Mathews 11)) 12:55: 181 Greg. Wiggins (13) 13:05,17))
Final Season RunIn Henry Cooper() 13:12,18)) Joel Brewer 141) 13:13: ,
Regular "It was a fantastic performance by IK) Loat Schnvibul, (121 13:17, 20)) William Noegel I (
all the kids but especially the two (6)) 13:16.: ,

...... --. -... .-.--. -.-." PORTABLE I i iWARMTH.

the final tuneup before the Friday Baldwin recording no team score. both Tornado squads have shots .

Nov 6, District cross country Louette Smith, who flip-flops with qualifying for the Regionals ( !
meet (at St. John's Community College Pam Hawkins as the number three 14)). The top 6 teams and top 5 t .
in Palatka),. the Bradford High girl in, missed the meet and when dividuals, boys and girls, go k ,ti
boys distance squad enjoyed its finest Hawkins, who started the race sick, Region. "In the girls it's Clean, comfortable
hour last Thursday in the season's fell out, the Lady Tornado hopes were Bishop Kenny, GHS, and then us, warmth circulated at the
final home meet. dashed, even with Linda DeWitt runn- North Marion, and Ocala Forest in touch of a button for just.
The Tornadoes scored their first ing away from North Marion rival real dogfight for 4th, 5th, and 6th. pennies. an hour. The
victory since two early season wins Wendy Thompson ((11:38: to 11:54): and the boys it really is a dogfight r ( Koehring 9300 Deluxe Fan
allows
with a 36-39 outrunning of Middleburgin Tyffany Griffis of Bradford claiming Buchholz number one, then r Heater thermostat you at to set

a 4-team meet held at the Middle third. Jennifer Nix of BHS also ran Kenny, Palatka, and then us, energy-saving your level an while
School course. North Marion was well, pushing her personal best all the GHS, Middleburg, and Santa Fe continuing to enjoy
third with 59 points and Baldwin way down to 13:12: to place 8th, and for 456." comfortable warmth when
didn't have the neccessary 5 runnersto Carol Fussell got under 14. minutes at and where you want It.
record a team score.It 13:57: for 13th.
e 9300 BTU's of clean
was a case of losing the battle but "With both of them there (the two 4.T...MM M SMS c..... heat
winning the war. Terry Smith of who didn't finish) we would have won .."..r....S North Marion individual BHS Coach ::19. Nah_I..(MM) ... Solrfwln (I) urn loom s.., M
was an easy by 9 points figured InmMmuft and. (HI nnuionI) T.ny r easy, convenient filling,
tmf
winner in 15:22: but with Richard War- George Loper. "All the other girls ran (NM) IliU !) RI."".... w.,..., ((5141)) 1I.1a. 3)) e Built-in circulating fan.
ren in second ((15:53): Curtis Jones their best race of the year." M.. .. (IMS) I.'(... 4)) P.ll.ll.r (NM) II,... I) .'. e Efficient glass chimney
coming hard at the tape for third Loper didn't hide his pleasure at the (M) ".N. 4)) .,.." (M) ItiOf. 7)) Dombro...kl ( ) I .: e Deluxe woodgraln
"..11. S) ...1 _KI..., (INS) Uilt. 1)) Su..k.r ( ) i 'r. .. finish.
((15:54): ), Paul McKinney eighth regular season performance by his ...
.. .. .
Mill. 10)) Vktar l tt (Sill) Ulll .13)) K.-y ..
((16:19): ), Victor Letts 10th ((16:32), and teams: (INS) ItiM... 12)) _... Crawl (*M ni.w,) 17,23. .w'r e Operates 16 hs.'on one
Kenny DeWitt 13th ((16:56): the Tor- "They ran their hearts out, the boys It)W4 WldM((6451)) ISiBJ, 20))C.I...Tfcomo, .(' ) : .i'....;,f.;.' tilling.
nadoes had enough depth to edge out and the girls," he said with a smile. ISil7.XI)UdloT..<...I(SKI)ISiM...IS)Doot,.... .' ., <' ..j' e Convenient push button
(510)( ) Hi.....J.dy.,.w..(II) It.4..H..", Coopor( ) \ J ;", electric Ignition.
the Broncos. "It's especially gratifying that they iOilt. Oww P.w.u (RN) JliM, ." "l e U.L. listed.e' .
All those Tornado scorers were finished the regular season like they Olrli tMm <...... N.rrt> Mwton 11 r lra....... 1 1"J: ... ....i ''\..". 1 Smokeless, Odorless
under their previous bests except did... the girls losing Just the one meet MIdd1.4r.44.1.Mwl.?........__. w ,.' '.., .'' 1':'... .. ... .. and Safe.
.
4?dNldu.lr.Whh I) UiHta o.wm (am) Ids*' t. "
Warren, who just seconds off his PR. and the boys losing to Just Palatkaand .. ., :'' el I Conveniently portable
As happy as the boys .were after Santa Fe ln..dualiri,. or quad ..==d.l, $":,'7.i3: ) 2),):'ho=. (/(NMVVlt4K NM)11JI)\ ::)) .. .uu."iJ' ,....... ) .p,1 I. soeuoi 'v "")10,fri r'. ..J tIrt,. ,' ,; 121U I iluld easy /AOpsratwl:,
their conquest was tabulated the girls meets. HVHntmn(M) I JUS. .4)) HWIMI(MM) 11..7)001.) ". ( ) .r- ,....-;..- tif'. **- **'**" **' :JJ.": ,,.,.. .\.\.' ,,', for ......::-JO\1'f! : \ : ,1 "p"tIg......,;
were just as disappointed. After winning "They're all pumped up for Fri- IS,N.1)) .....II..NI.((544/) 13,11, .tC.M>>(NMlll ,., ..., -. .. ....f ....:' '' '';'/oo.f'f.7 c t< EHRING
.. ... : ;
... .., .
(10)) McCoy (1M) Hill I3)) III fl. (Ho .ru. ) ..
five straight dual, tri, or quad day he said of District's, which .:.l ; .f"t:
I3l4, (. 13)) C.rol.r....ll (INS) I3il7. 14 N.)P.ll, : ;J4
meets the Lady Tornadoes saw th irwin start at 4:30: with the girls 2-mile test (I" ) I4t>l. 14)) K.r.. Chlny (INS) ,..23... I*) _..lnfmllck d -- "- ... A :"... <
streak come to an end in the final followed by the boys 3-mile run. (INS) "Ililf, .,. 21)) J.nnll.r ....* (al) IliU
North but Amy Ctrl, (.o..N.....) (Uitl.. *..*._.. (M) 17:O The Leaders Hang Tough... .
such meet of the year as 18 teams are in the District,
.. ._ .
Cindy' Mnl iill*) l/il All. n Do. "(M) .7.
Marion scored a 32.39 victory withMidrllf'lurg Loper, who charted all the top teamsin Chrltlliw A...... (IS) ISill lynn \.... (*HS) Latonya Jenkins Annette Lee and Lisa;, Tierney (from left to right), placed ,
well back at 55 and the area during the season, figures l'....BWIIWH.(II) III4I. Io n... Om,*,(6N5)( ) !Itlll. second, first, and third respectively In the BMS girls cross country race. Here
,. they come around Westside Field after breaking away from the pack. '

tAll .
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't'11'' Sports Club MeetingSet ,

San, "..W1'. 'M. ...trk/r.rrq ,

Baker, Music Men "Steal" :? for Tuesday, Nov. 10 Prices i Starhng, ; X' :-


iw The All Sports Club has set a meeting for Tuesday night, Nov. 10,starting at ,. ,$149.95..n:.H"
I'Victory 7:30: at Western Steer Steak House announced Club President Bobby Shannon..IJ'Io"! >b I "
Anyone interested in the Club and helping the total BHS athletic program i Is<< > ,aid', 'Wind':& :Fire
From Quick Stop ; invited to the meeting. The Club needs a good turnout of present members and
those wanting to join because money is tight and help is needed to finish out of,.Flcrida n
the school year with the type of banquets and trophies the Club has furnishedfor
.400 I fawreincelAt'eae'Keystdne/ :
The Music Men came from behindin and William Muse to take an 18-8 ad- Baker spoiled the plan to run out BHS athletes in years past. I Wight's i ,Vl'yii !
the last minute with an interceptionand vantage into the intermission. Music clock with his pickoff. n ti&l; noai.q
touchdown to top 301 Quick Stop Men's lone first half tally was on a Biggs had an earlier -- -
35-31 Sunday and send the Men's Flag pass from Chandler to Leroy Davis for the losers. ".. .
Football League into a virtual tie at with Chandler running for the conver- tldk/ erttI
the top spot. Last Tuesday;; ; night Quick 8llt, to anon
sion.But 1111a nnrvggg
Quick Stop is still leading with a 9-1 the Chandler to Mike Chandler smothered the Gators 33.0 in -Uardx 111iq1 m! !.!?! a
mark but Music Men is just back at combo worked again for a 20 yard TD clenny as Bill Ratliff caught : ItuoDJJA :: .
71. If the two clubs stayed tied until and Chris ran for 2 to cut the gap to touchdown passes and Gene ; "t.. "MIA I">
the end of the season, and that appears 18.16 just into period three. Quick Stop and Tim Hartley each intercepted .' '\H ;:/,1''lrJjl,
likely since they don't play each answered with a Prevatt to Goodge 5 'throws. ::1, '' 1 "t 1JIWJJH'
other again, a playoff game will yarder and 1-point pass to Erie Biggs : ,
decide the league title. that made it 2516. Again Chandler to I" ,,,1.1
Also Sunday in another battle of two Chandler for 20 yards and it was 25-22 :' : ..h.....". ,.
local teams the Guardsmen scored Quick Stop and Music Men scored 2 BIG ". ,

their second victory of the season again to take its first lead at 2922. .. : .. 'J
with a 33-6 win over Norman's Farm Quick Stop came back .with a 15 ". .'. ., '.. "
while last Tuesday yard TD from '
Quick Stop pass Prevatt to Dale '
shellacked the Macclenny Gators 33-0 Haas to grab a 31-29 advantage and \ : "
in Macclenny. then t1 .. 4 ... ,' :
stopped the winners to take over ,: ,' ; ;

Norman's Guardsmen Farm" 33 6 the ball with less than a minute to go.: ..I'W FREE! ROAS1F' f


The Guardsmen lit up the Pioneer 0/, .... : 7' /. .
Scoreboard and played stubborn : ,, :
Electronic : ,'
defense to record victory number two .' .
of the season Sunday Electric>I .:
: : BEEF '
Johnny Douglas hauled in 2 diagnosis ; ,.,. / :

touchdown passes!! on doublethrowsfrom Company ." ..
Randy Corbin to lead the winners for "gur car ;
Quarterback Buddy Paterson : :
threw for the other 3 TD's hitting tm SANDWICHES

Jim Lewis, Boyd Roberts, and Larry .\Want to make sure your. '
Paterson for the 6-pointers. Extra car's running right? ;
point passes went from Paterson to Y- You can h'ave i b I
your
Lewis, Larry Paterson and "swifty". only
Danny Johns intercepted two electrical and combustion V $ 2--59.---} :
passes to lead the Guardsmen ) systems diag- :

defense. 24 Hour Service J hj: i>>qfee by '. : Plus. Tax ," .

Pram. /Autolita experts, :Y ?

Music Men 35 IndustrialCommercial using thatlatesrwlec- : '.'
Quick Stop 31 trOT (C; equipment.

Quick Stop appeared to have the t x
victory, and the 1981 league title sew- Residential k .; S /
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ed up with possession of the ball, a .; t!A'M 7l, m4J'l '..'
31.29 lead, and just 55 seconds left on 'oJ k .3 +. .'
the clock Sunday but Music Men back V' Our Prices... /iutolit l I, 't JY + .,' ,

Milton Baker stepped in front of a Competition is the Name ; t
.
Jackson Prevatt pass, intercepted the r-i ,'4.) ,
ball, and ran it into Quick Stop territory Of the Game l' )' r.o

to give his team new life. ,
Seconds later Chris Chandler threw a e sates & Service "" ,
Thomas Auto t .
: .'
; short pass to Mike Chandler and the Parts : '! r ,

Music Men had a 35-31 victory' Family Business 430 S. Temple Ave. -:; ,t., J .,, 'ai tl,
Quick Stop built up' an. early Mike & Terry: Oglesby J *'tllrfeOJC-"f.ii. ._ .... !f#. .
,
halftime bulge in the game *scoring ,964-5611
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on the game a first play from scrim I.'nt II'. ; : ., .J" :No '
Coupon '
,r NecessaryF
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mage with 'a 50 yard pass' from *, Bradford CeuntyUntr. ,Friday, Noy. 13; 1 i .. .,. .. :' .t'; .,.
,6 '
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Prevatt to Bill Ratliff and adding 10 .. ., )
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lal. I I srf : Kiwanis Community

':: .., .. "a :
1 I' 'W+) '
iJ IN THI CIRCUit: COURT < ,
( .d from
.'! FOR BRADFORD COUNTY dent's the Superinten 198T.; or in default TO: Linda Kay Edwards; Husband: ',. :Starke, Bradford County, ftPray r Breakfast
Offices, at the ond''';! ..' {!
'::;, FLORIDA PROBATE Bradford thereof the Court shall CIO Earnest B. Watkins, ;(> Florida; sold parcel 'beIng -
:; DIVISION Board S82 County School :proceed;, la judgment In, Sf.. Holly Hill; S.C. HAZft" : HAMILTON comprised of a'portion '

.; .;: File Number B1-11I-CF Avenue Star.North..., Florida.Temple this cause to the ..xt.ntprovid.d YOU ARE HEREBY Wife of the NE 1/4 of SE November 18 1981 7:00tam.
; Division -3352 This for by Section NOTIFIED that an action 1/4 of old Section 21, .
: with Is In compliance 1633. Title 28. United for Dissolution of Marriage NOTICE OF ACTIONTO together with Blocks

'> : IN RE: ESTATE OF Chapter Florida 120.34 Statutes, State. Code, a* if soldDefendants has been filed : JESSE HAMILTON 123. 4 of Knight Subdivision Tickets $4.75 Western Steer

.:::1 JOHN WIIKERSON. enacted by the 1974 as hod' been against you,and you ore Address Unknow as recorded In

,:' Deceased Florida legislature.' served with process required to serve a copy YOU ARE. NOTIFIED .Plat Book 2, Pooo 21 of Tickets available from Kiwanians Denmark Furniture
that Petition for
a ,
the
within the State of of your written defenses, public record of sold
: NOTICE OF Thomas L. C ..y. Jr., Florida. if any to It, on the plaintiff Dissolution of Marriage County and Includingthat and First United Methodist Church"We

;J ADMINISTRATIONTho Superintendent of 2. This order be attorney whoso has been filed against part of Clark Street.

.:::: 'administration of Bradford County published in a name and address Is you In the abovenamedCourt Walnut Street and

: .y the .tot. of JOHN Schools newspaper of general PIERCE AND HARDY and you are required Thompson Street lying/

'; .) WILKERSON deceased 11/052 tchg 11/12 circulation In Bradford .P.A., Dudley P. Hardy to serve o copy of North of Andrew Street lOon forget what we have not deeply thought

.: File Number '1-3332. l I. County Florida, not less P.O. Drawer 1030 your answer or pleaH .ig and South of the Northerly about." Marcel Promtglio

:.:i; pending In the Circuit NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO than once each week,for1. Slarke, Florida 32091 on the Petition t,, the boundary of

w: : Court for Bradford County REGISTER six consecutive weeks and file the original with Petitioner's o orney, Knights Subdivision and

; ti Florida.:Probate Divi FICTITIOUS NAME prior to the return date the clerk of the above RICHARD E. WELTY P. O. Including the North 1/2 -

';-:: scan the address of hereinobove designated.. styled court on or beforeNovember Box 993. Slerke. Florida of Andrew Street that I r
:':;: which Is Bradford County Pursuant to Section DONE AND ORDERED 13, 1981 ; 32091 and file the lies East of Thompson being the Northerly NOTICE OF ment of this proposed

.': : Courthouse, Stark., 863.09 Florida Statute, at Jacksonville, Florida otherwise a judgementmay original bnswer or Street and West of the boundary of the R/W of APPLICATIONFOR ORDINANCE should appear -

.; : ::::: Florida. Th. .name and notice Is hereby given this 23th, day of be .nt.r.d against pleading in the Office of Seaboard Coastline Andrew Street; thence REZONING AND and be heard at the

:'::; addresses of the personal thqt the undersigned September, 1981. you for' the relief the Clerk of the Circuit Railroad right-of-way: North -73 degrees 17 AMENDMENT OF THE time and place.prescribed. -

:'.: representative and Art "Doc" Miller Route demanded In the complaint Court in and for Bradford' aid parcel being more minute and 30 second LAND USE PLAN .

.':;::: the personal represen 4, Box 1487, Starke. UNITED Susan H Black or petition. County Florida on or particularly described a* West, along lost BOARD OF

:: : tatty.'s attorney are set Florida 32091 sole JUDGE STATES DISTRICT WITNESS my hand and before November 27, follow: aforesaid Northerly AN ORDINANCE BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS

forth below. owner doing, business the seal of sold Court an 1981 boundary and along the amending the Comprehensive
10/08
All Interested persons under the firm name of 6tchg 1112IN October 13th 1981. If you fail to do so Southerly boundary of Land Use By Gilbert S. Brown,

are required to file with ASHMUR PUBLISHERS GILBERT S. BROWN judgment by default will Commence at the Intersection Block I. 2. 3 a Plan Element and Map by Clerk

.:: this court WITHIN THREE Woodland Acres, Rout. THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Clerk of Said Court be taken against you for of the distance of 719.52 to an Bradford County, 11/03 1 tchg

:: MONTHS OF THE FIRST 4, Box 1487 Storke, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL By Marian McRae relief demanded In the Southerly boundary of Iron pipe located on Florida In accordancewith
PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida 32091 intends to CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Deputy Clerk Petition. said NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 aforesaid Easterly boundary the local Government .

NOTICE: (I) All claims register said flcitious BRADFORD COUNTY 10/154 tchq i 11/05 Witness my hand and with the Easterly boundary of the R/W of State Comprehensive NOTICE

against the .estate and name under the FLORIDA seal this 20th day of October of the R/W of State Road 200 (US 301)); Planning Act of I97S as ROBERT CAVERLY has

((2)) any objection by an aforesaid statute.Dated CASE NO. 81-448 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 1981, Road 200 (U.S. 301)) for thence North 17 provided for in Chapter made oplicotion to the
Interested p.r.on to this 29th day EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Point of Beginning and degree, 25 minutes and 163 of the Florida Bradford' County Zoning

whom notic. was mailed of October A.D., 1981 in OLA MAE ROWE OF FLORIDA; IN Gilbert S. Brown run North 17 degree, 25 40 seconds East,, along Statutes Board for reclassificia-

that challenges the Bradford County. Plaintiff AND FOR Clerk of Said Court minute and 40 seconds last aforesaid Easterly tan of the property
BRADFORD
validity of the will the 1029tpd 11/19 v* COUNTY. By. Beulah Moody East along sold Easterly boundary SO.87 feet to TO: ALL CITIZENS. TAXPAYERS described below from
AND OTHER IN-
LAWTEY TURPENTINE Clerk boundary 132.92 feet to the Point of Beginning RSF-1 to RSF.MH-1
qualifications of the personal UNITED STATES DISTRICT CIVIL ACTION Deputy TERESTED PERSONS.
representative, COURT MIDDLE CO. AND CASE NO. 81-431 10/2 4 tchg 11/12 'an Iron pipe; thence Each and every person You and each of You Located two miles Southof

venue, or jurisdiction of DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE T.B. HAMBY, ET AL IN RE The Marriage of South 72 degrees, 20 having an Interest are hereby and herewith Hwy 100 off S.E. 43rd
minutes and 20 second
the court. Defendant GEORGE C. LlVES..V.Hu.band. whatever In the enactment Street (Speedville Rd) In
DIVISION PUBLIC NOTICE given notice in
East 210.30 feet accordance
ALL CLAIMS, AND OBJECTIONS NOTICEOF..CTlON to an of this proposed with Florida Section 24, Township 8
TO: LAWTEY TURPENTINE Iron pipe: thence North Ordinance should South. Range 22 East 3 3
NOT SO FILED appear
.
CASE NO 81 958Civ-J B vsMILDRED AN ORDINANCE AMENDING 17 degrees, 31 minute Statutes that the Boardof
WILL BE FOREVER BAR CO. and T.B. HAM. C. LIVESAY and be heard at the acres parcel 5819.00101to
THE COMPREHEN County Commissioners
.; RED. BY, if olive, and if dead Wf., and 25 second East time and place prescribed allow a mobile, homeor
UNITED STATES OF SIVE' LAND USE PLAN of Bradford
51.30
feet to a nail In
their unknown convention home
,
; Publication df this AMERICA, Plaintiff' spouse NOTICE OF SUIT ELEMENT AND MAP OF County Florida have on
';,: Notic. has begun on October vs heirs devisees, NO PROPERTY THE CITY OF STARKE pavement; thence South Albert, Crosby, Jr.. designated the Bradford 20,000 Sq. Ft.
72 degrees, 20 minute
grantees, creditors and A This change In
;: 29. 1981. NORMAN C. DAGUE and TO: GEORGE C. FLORIDA, In accordancewith and 20 seconds East. Planning Zoning County Zoning and Plan ,
all other classification
.: Official is
_; parties claiming subject
|
PersonalRepresentative JACQUELINE N. DAGUE. LIVESAY c/o RAYMOND the local Government ning Board to conduct
13933 feet to Iron a
by through under oragaln.t an City of Star..., Florida to a public hearing to beheld
: his wife; et ol., defendant them FABRICATOR INC. P,O. ComprehensivePlanning pipe thence North 17 It/031 public hearing at a
;: Harry Wilkerson ; successorsin BOX 2726. MORGAN CITY Act of tchgIN held on Tuesday
1973 as degrees, 25 minutes and regular meeting at
November
interest trustees 24, 1981 at
or
.:. Route I I. Box 814 any other person claimIng LOUISIANA 70380 provided for In Chapter 40 second East parallel THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 7:30: P.M., In the County 7:30 p.m.. in the County

Lawtey Florida ORDER OF SERVICE BY by through under oragaln.t YOU ARE HEREBY 163 of the Florida with said Easterly boun THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Commission meetingroom Commission Room in the

32058 PUBLICATION NOTIFIED that on octior Statutes and Chapter 25 dory 130.0 feet to on CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bradford County Bradford County Cour
; COOKE HAND P.A. Thi any corporationor for Dissolution of Mar Code of Courthouse, Starke.
Ordinances
cause came to be other legal entity Cityof iron pipe located on the BRADFORD COUNTY, thouse. At this time allp.r.on.
Attorney For heard has been ..dagaln.t Stark. Florida. Florida
Personal uponthe v.rif.dmoll named as a defendant; rioge Southerly boundary of FLORIDA on Tuesday interested shall
Representative on of Plaintiff for an and all claimants you and you are the R/W of a D.O.T. November 24. 1981 and be heard for
or against'the
:, By A. Hamilton Cook. order for service by persons required to serve a copy TO: All CITIZENS TAX- drainage easement; CASE NO. BI-389CA moke a recommendationto
or parties, naturalor proposal as
1 1320 Atlantic Bank Bldg. publication and It appearing corporate, claiming of your written defenses, PAYERS AND OTHER IN. thence South 72 degrees, the Board of County specified in the Zoning,

.; Jacksonville, Flo thatjthls action under of the above if any to it, on the plaintiffs TERESTED PERSONS:: 20 minute and 20 IN RE: The Marriage of Commissioners and the Code of Bradford Couny .
.; 322O2 ((904)3561333) has been brought for the named any or described attorney whose second East along lost RUSSELL DEAN SUMP. Board will consider on .

10/292! tchg 11/05 enforcement a lien name and address is You and'.och of you aforesaid Southerly TER. Monday December 7. Allen Richardson,

against real property defendants. PIERCE AND HARDY, are hereby and herewith boundary 500.60 feet to husband, and 1981 at the same said Chairman
::1 1 IN situated within the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that given notice in place at 10 A M. Ordinance
THE CIRCUIT COURT. Middle P.A., Dudley P, Hardy accordance an Iron pipe. on the LULA MINTON SUMP. an Bradford County
: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR District of Florida and an action to Quiet Title P.O. Drawer 1030. with the Florida Westerly boundary of TER. relating to: Board

.; CULT IN AND FOR BRADFORD described as follows on the following described Storke, Florida 32091. Statutes, and City ordinances. the R/W of the Seaboard Wife. The rezoning of the 11/031 tchg Zoning

COUNTY, A portion of the SE 1/4 property In Bradford and file the original with City of Star.... Coastline Railroad; following described property .

.: FLORIDA. PROBATE DIVISION of SE 1/4 of Section 29, County Florida: the clerk of the above Florida that the City thence South 17 degreesand NOTICE OF ACTIONTO and amending the

:: Township 6 South Range styled court on or before Commission of Stark.. 41 "minutes .West. : LULA MINTON Comprehensive land
.; FILE NO. 81-97-CP 22 East in the City ofStark. The East half of Lot 43. November 13, 1981 : Florida has designatedthe along said Westerly SUMPTER Use Plan to provide that NOTICE OFINTENTION

': 1-3341 .. Bradford County WOODLAWN Section otherwise a judgementmay City of Starke Plane boundary 71.93 feet to Residence Unknown lands currently zoned or

IN RE: ESTATE OF Florida, and being more 15, Township 3 South be entered against ing and Zoning Commission the aforesaid Southerly YOU ARE NOTIFIEQ and designated by the TO REGISTER

;.' JOHN McNABB particularly described as Range 22 East all lying you for the relief to conduct a public boundary of the NW 1/4 that an action for plan as Agricultrual be FICTITIOUS

THOMAS follows: and being In Bradford demanded in the complaint hearing at' 'a regular of SE 1/4 (also being the dissolution of marriagehas rezoned to RMH.2. and NAME

Deceased. For point of r.l.r.nc.camm.nc. County Florida. or petition. meeting to" be held at Northerly boundary of been filed and designated Residential

,1 at the NW WITNESS my hand and 7:30: P.M'n" the City Knights Subdivision); are required to serve you a Mobile Home the property NOTICE IS HEREBY

NOTICE OF corner of said SE 1/4 of has been filed against the seal of said Court on Commission,, room. City thence continue South 17 copy of written of R.V. Durrance, GIVEN that the under
ADMINISTRATIONThe you and you or. requiredto October 13th 1981. Hall. Slarke, Florida on degrees and minutes your described a* followsApproximately: signed desiring to.
j 0 SE 1/4 and run thence 41 defenses, if any. to it on
Administration" South 87 degrees 1 8 feet serve a copy of your GILBERT S. BROWNClerk November tftl.hand W.t;along said Wester.i Petitioner's ,' :21 ,engage In business
attorney
.... ... tb.e._......... 5 W East elon ,**..NorthertyW ...written defenses-. If any of Said Court.ffjHtm ..-,....make }"rt'.f, lM R n.dj S1tQ! ? ?. ,>JyjK> .3M.24 ...... *" whose"tltrrn and 10d<", u ...ocr....Witt) ycteptuxl. d>I .,' of unlfetlheQctitiouenome, '
.1 ** ro the: Mir... 2OO feet ,, ACME HARDWARE
McNabb" Thomps.., boundary 1 thereof,' a to It on WOl'eR ;SAX.-"" By. Marian McRae CiM.Commis '-, 'to on Iron pipe located at dress Is MYRON C, running "Nor* f
'deceased. 'Fil*- Number 11'I distance of 25,04 feet to I ON AND MIDDLETON. Deputy Clerk and the CltyuCommlsslon the SE corner of Block 4 PREVATT. JR.. P.O. thwest to Southeast AND BUILDERS SUPPLY,
will consider, on Tues along Hwy 16 locatedsix of 301 E. Coll SI. Stark.,
10/154 11/05 of
8197CP. I I. pending in the Easterly boundary of P.O. BOX 1086. STARKE tchg Knights Subdivision: Drawer 790 Keystone
day. Dec. 1';" at the miles,' Northwest of Florida. Intends to
1781
;: the Circuit Court for the right-of-way of Ep FLORIDA 32091 plaintiff Thence continue South 17 Heights/ : Fla. 32656 ,
came said place at 7 Starke at intersection of register the said, name
: Bradford degree and 41
County Street, attorney on or minute Telephone ((904))
person run on Norcllnancerelating Hwy 16 and Ct. Rd. 225 in with the Clerk of the Circuit
T Florida. Probate Divi thence South 0 degrees before November 18 and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO p.m. West along said Westerly 473.4993, on or before 20
lion the address of 30 feet East along ..aidEa.t.rly file the original with thocI.rk' REGISTER to:' boundary 23,0 feet to days from the dot. of Sections 25 and 26. Court of Bradford
Florida.Dated .
The of the Township 5 South County
: which is Bradford County of this Court either FICTITIOUS NAME rezoning a point on the centerlineof first publication of this Range
boundary a following described 21 East to develop this 05th day of
property Andrew a
said
Courthouse Stork., before service along notice, and file the
on
plaintiff
distance of 335 feet to .
and amending theComprehensive Mobile Home Residential Novemberr ..D. 1981
Florida. The names and point of beginning. From attorney or Immediately Pursuant to Section Westerly boundary. 25.0 original with the clerk of Subdivision.You in Bradford
addresses of the Personal point of beginning thus thereafter; 86509 Florida Statues, Land feet to a point on the this court either before Florida. County
Use Plan to provide that ore further given
centerline of
Representative otherwise a default will notice Is hereby given Andrew service on Petitioners
described continue South
land zoned NOTICE that of /s/Georglo E. Tooleowner. .
the- currently Street thence North 73 a copy
and Personal be entered that the undersigned ;;
against attorney or Immediately
0 30 feet Eost you
.
degrees a RM-1 and designated said proposed ORDINANCE .
Representative's attorney for the relief demanded SUZANNE SIMMONS. III by degrees, 17 minutes and thereafter; otherwise o
distance of 73 feet to
a the plan Mobile Home is available for ll/034tchg II /27
'ore..as .set forth point, run thence North In the complaint or petition. East Washington St.; Subdivision be rezoned 30 seconds West along judgment will be enteredfor inspection at the of
your
said centerline 129.52
below. ,
the
Stark. Florida. 32091 relief demandedIn
89 degrees 30 feet East a B-3 and lice of
the Director ol
All Interested parsons distance of 97,21 feet to WITNESS my hand and sole owner doing designatedHighway feet to an 'Iron pipe on the petition.
or. (feq.lrect to file with 11 thence North' the seal of the Court on business under the firm / Commercial; the Easterly boundary of WITNESS my hand and Zoning and Planning
a point; run the of O.K. Bradford
Cour
this C6urt;WITHIN THREE 1 degree '10)) fvet/ W.il a'dl.tancee'ot October 12. 1981. name of SECOND TIME property Ely. the R/W of Thompson seal of this Court on October County
2313 N. Temple Ave., thouse. Stark., Florida.
r ONThSLI&TIOON FIRST 73.01 fee GILBERT S. BROWN AROUND at 417 E. Street thence North 17 28 1981.
143BI LOP ,: too CLERK Stark., Florida. degrees and 41 minute Each and every Person
THIS thence South OF THE COURT Weldon St. Stork., | | Gilberts Brown
point; run Florida That a parcel of land Eat; along last I :.Clerll having any interestwhatever
NOJlq 89 degrees 30 feet West By Beuloh MoodyAs 32091 Intends to \,l. of the Court
in the
( ) AilUg i Japaintlth. '4 distance, of 96.35 feet, Deputy Clerk register' said fictitious containing 6.0 acre and aforesaid Easterly boundary V I*.ulah Moody i L,, enact-

.stptl' o id<2)) any lob jec- ,' to point of beginning 10/ 15tchg 11/OS name under the lying In Section 21 25.0 feet to an Iron Jj I > / :'I Deputy Clerk

''tjor i >,'('ji,W !y-hrestedL aforesaid statute. Township 6 South. Range pipe located at the SW n/OS4tchfall/26+ ,.
person |o,twhom\ L 1 and it futh.app.arlng Dated this lth day of 22 East in the City of corner of said Block' 4. -
IL-U_ IN THE CIRCUIT Coma S.. Us.
th..> the Defendants Norman COURT October A.D. 1981 In \
\,010'
j
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r Bradford X We've Our Name
challenges the validity of 'C, Daguo and Jacqueline, County. tttstssssr. Changed ,

I the Will the qualifica. NJ Dague. his wile, can*. OF FLORIDA, IN. 10/134tph 11/03 1iqan But Not Our ServiceFish.rmans

lions of the PersonalirRepresentative ,. ( served within lheV AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY" Real! Es
:"'"> lole'gf' : PUBIC NOTICE '
!! venue
# Florid jhot i)1stshot .
fiW ur1Sd( itoT'; the ) CIVIL ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ... -: Retreat with beautiful view of Sampsonlake
practicable ,. "
/ 1' mobile home boat
.v.I 17000.
J /CASE slip
: NO. 81-430
Court. I FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -
21 IS.
TEMPLE
,thern 'personally nOo AUS VE.
f
Pecan Trees-
All CLAMS AND Obi, t.i',fhal I they hove.no yolun-';. ': STEPHEN J. EDWARDS. ; FLORIDA mature pecan trees shade this I acre
Husbandvs 301 building site. Build your dream home $5,000.
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED tonly appeared herein; it CIVIL ACTION
Will BE FOREVER BAR therefore CASE NO. 81.382IN -5 Acres 'located on a country maintained road, minutes
Is (ACROSS
LINDA KAY EDWARDS I FROM SONNTS BAK-B-O) from Stor..... 15000.
RED.
ORDERED ,:" AS"
Publication of thisNotice FOLLOWS? ,* .4, Wife.NOTICE RE: The Marriage of fas u NEW LOCATION WE NEE,D LISTINGS .Foot Power will take you to the center of. town from this
,
OF SUIT bedroom home. $19,500.Reducedl .'
has October JESSIE HAMILTON' < ;
begun on, 1. The Deieandantilti,>'; NO PROPERTY, 964-8783 ANYTI,If
,
29. 1981, Norman C. Dague and .. S acres on Forsythe Road SIS.000.
k P.raonalRepr..ntatlv. Jacqueline N. Dague. hist MONDAY-FRIDAY ,.$ p.m. SATURDAY ,. ,2 -Waterfront-Handy Man needed for this cabin on Sampson

5 : wiftd-vhall. appear in this* '." Everting and Sundays by appointment lake '100 ft. on the lobo, 24500.

;. Patricia H. Williams .cauie .and; plead to the ERR'FAULKNER Ralph P. REALTOR Convenient to banks B stores. A 3 bedroom IVi bath
Bryan
.; 331 lourina Street 'complaint filed herein on y home with appliances, 33500.

:" Apt. 427 $K or LAND -Retirement/ 2 bedroom block home, neat a* o pin
'.' Jacksonville, Fla. ** b.fopmberrt6J I [ .Country Club lots-$6.000 to 10.000 $32,500.

/5! 32216' 1 I.. REALTY GOOD 'NV.STMENTI-II I 230 5'/ ocres loaded with Bessent Road building lots. .$4,500 .each S to choose

\ Attorney for Personal i.- .'t' $ pines could bo t lot sub/rflvn 12% financing 20 years from.
: Representative A.: 22500. .1 1 Acre with 2 bedroom mobile home, central heat S air

|I PARLEY MAHON. MAHON i LB' fI.8II MI' 2E4-SOSS [9IIIA h IAWTEY AREA-Appro*. 2% ecras $5.000 Appro 5 16500.

? P.A. v acre $9,000 owner financed. Owner Flnancedl 2 bedroom home In good condition

S By Harry .. Mohan !rt .., 1lAL1Y, tOIl .US 301, to UK-Weeded 3 t. 20 acre. $3.000 .per A.SICLUDEDwlO'acres gulet neighborhood' $1t,500.KlnO.I. .
: ." '' ., lako-4 bedrooms, 2 full both, central heat A
350 East Adam Street .
Phone 964-7700 221 1...'.... St. Across from Wishbone In pine' $22.000 12% down 20 air |lust reduced. $17,500.

.- 32202 Jacksonville 904.:334-4300 Flo 393 N. Tempift ,Avon OFFICE (HOURS ,..r..et 12%",,1 301 Commercial lot south of .Stork. with owner terms,

; 10/292tchg 11/09 Monday. Mday' 93 Saturday 9-12 noon LAURA CHURCH AREA-1.3 acre caned for home or $15.500.
: PORlAIIe mobile h._. .
"i '> 3500. 8 Acre on the Breaker Read 12000.
BBBRaeMReWB KMHB BNRe eBRe tBlBBKMBBBjRa" Beautiful
lendsceped Off 1 HOMES .Out..In the Country-2 bedroom elder home
= Yerd-3BR, 2 IA brick Ice Space for Rent on 2 beautiful
PUBLIC NOTICE
homo, $24.000 c... to Country privacy with city convenience! 5424 double acres, ., believe Itf) $2).500.REALTOR .
.
| The BRADFORD COUNTY'' .;,;\. Assumable 10%, Mor-i. NeW LISTINGS wide mobile homo, 3 BR, 2 bath, central heet/elr' with

': i elec. built In appliance, specious 11/3 acres with plenty ASSOCIATES
SCHOOL '
: BOARD Starker NNee4 .
130 BEAUTIFUL ACRES with five area In stocked fish of shade trees-owner flnece4-prk.526,000..
IFlorida, will hold a Bedroom I4.see.CeM Several bents fenced Terry A. Galne 782-3918
poncf. end cress fenced. *-
5? PUBLIC HEARING on the have busbies. 'et ml* loco- Priced Owner Improvedpeshtro. COLLIY ROAD-Frem' *J BR 2 BA homo near school ... Kay C. Welers-964-6941
right. financing et 10%., '
SCHOOL following BOARD PROPOSED POLICY I fleas US-MI.w..'.h :200 frontage ... .$U.OOO-Three bedroom 1 both from home In town. $230 large per lot.)month$$28.500.'AssuiHe,. n r, appro*. $18,500 not,. et 11%, Eileen Stenley' -473-3065

Form*. Patsy Low.on-t44'27
CHANGES ON *3 Bedroom_ Nome, .MORGAN ROAD-Flve cre* with smell frame ho_. .3 ''Bltt(:, T betttrlbreck kerne with fl ...'.c.. corner. let Philip W. Clark. Realtor
I NOVEMBER 16. 1981. at 7 with 2 ecre* of .......0_ 30000. owner finance' 27500.

P.M.. in of'the the School Bradford1 BoardRoom I', your ewe vegetable. .THRU ACRES with three bedroom h._. Only $26.500.. .2 BR frame o earner. lot.* screened front porch. $22,500. ... Ontu
for...
Gerogo Business .
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I.c. ..... term x BUSINESS '
$ County School'. Ad'minlstrotlve ,
Offices.M2 d.with.est.equipment. cell for .REDUCED FROM ".000 to "'.fOO.' 4 ac.... nice Urge Two Income producing properties. In downtown. Ideal for -m21.

t North Temple Aveque.w .. *1 Bedroom Trailer with home In Country. Club or**. .Investment or small ....1_..... Owner. will. tell operate ,
and finance..
Starke. Florida: _.... .. $49,000 for both. .
.au rt. NEIGHBORHOOD
,
I Specie! PROPERTIES. .
*3 Bedroom*Traitor.. ,. "I listing Four furnished., rental. unit (could bo home and 3 rental INC. REALTOR

NO. 3310 PURCHASES .,. ,lend wit. .tofcje Approximately $00 ga.r.lens evelleble for rent or ,.). Prospective rental' "Income- $650 301
NO. 3410 INVENTORIES, .. .. ...*. on Hwy.'? 301$. Immediate. Occupency.Houie $50,000. > eppre no U.&, South near Bradford Square 864-5231
*I Aero with well electric i
IINO.. 6116 ,ARTlCUtATING ,-
HIGH ,', pel*' -end septU ;tenk. Wl HAW OTHER USTWeOS-CAU US FOR All YOUR REAL '.

SCHOOL AND ADULTEDUCATION .. $72SOOBiOwner will held end Apartments For Rent STATI NUDS.r 'AM9a1u! 1 1d'rltwl '
CREDIT mertee..' with' :ampledew. .. AFTER HOURS
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Friday's Foe, Live Oak, Courageus i 4 ffQ l N ;iti'GOodhEi; oui1 r.\":



'.

'. As Buchholz Blasts Bradford 34-0 f

Is Frustrated Too f I, ; :

If ever the winless Tornadoes were BUS kicker Rick firaswell had been terception and returned it 18 yards.
Before the season Live Oak- "They're very very physical outmanned it was last Friday night seriously hurt in a motorcycle accident (with the Tornadoes losing the oppftft';:
Suwannee's Bulldogs were thought of and they've got the experience... against undefeated Gainesville the day before the game (he Is tunity by throwing an 'interceptteef
as a prime contender in the District they've just had some problems with Buchholz. But even in a 34-0 defeat at recovering at Alachua General right back),and the Tornado goanftje! :
5-AAA race. One of the few new faceson mistakes," Tornado Coach David the hands of the District 8AAAfavorites Hospital where's expected to be for 6 defense mounted a courageous stl n4;
the Bulldog roster walt that of ifce Hurse said of Live Oak. "Them getting the Tornadoes refused to go weeks healing Injuries including a in the, period. ,The goal line stand;;
head coach Tony Branch, who took upset by Eastside probably isn'tgoing down without a fight. broken pelvic bone and hip). Brian coming after a second 'Cat intercept_
over when Brent Hall got 'the axe to"help us-any,They'll be readyto Still hobbled by injuries and against Thomas kicking for the first time tlon, kept the Bobcats bUt on rob.
after a 3-7 season. 15 starters were Nurse a Bobcat team that had just two miss-kicked the Ball and with the,Tor- plays from the eight, with KennV.
back in the fold the team was basically and offensive line coach weeks previous had all but dethroned nado coverage members all sprinting Bright coming up with two big stop-,
seniors, and people in Suwannet Carlton Faulk said the Bulldog defending state champ Gainesville downfield the way was clear for Bob- one at the line of'scrimmage andanother :
were finally expecting big things defense will be tough &o& handle, not High with a decisive 21-0 win the Tor- cat lineman William Brown to scoop for a' two yard loss. Onfourth -'&:
after a long dry spell. just because of the*personnel), which nadoes had reason to cringe before up the stray kick and run 47 yards fora and goal screen pass from the
That dream hasn't come true. includes "the bull 2-time state the contest. But they didn't. BUS stunning 6-0 BucUwlz lead ((7-0 with nine linebacker Mark Crews tackled!
Instead close, frustrating losses 220-pound wrestling champ Donnie came on the field fired up, and even Mark Feely's conversion tacked on). Jimmy Robinson two yards shy of the. ;:'-
have kicked the Bulldogs out of the Allen (number 42) and active Larry -- -- kickoff took of line. : '.
after a fluke touchdown on the openIng "That opening some goal .. ......
and Rick Williams
5-AAA race and all the way Into the McCook (32) Jay Tornadoof kickoff staked the 'Cats to a 7-0 the edge of us it deflated us a little .: :
cellar. They are 0-3 in the district ((3-4 ((84)). "All the time they're mixing dif-up lead before most folks realized what bit," Nurse sald. "But the kids hungin KIIAoFa:4:
overall) and this Friday night's their defenses and giving you a UCMMOUII :
had happened, the Tornado players there real well even after that. .
meeting with the Tornadoes could ferent look Faulk said. theWeek stayed "up" They shouted en- Indeed, the Tornadoes didn't willow x14,1' 11.'C:
decide who brings up the rear end of Offensively the Bulldogs will mix couragement to each other and refus- under that misfortune; instead they M "..y4.. 'HM:''
the and the throw out of a veer attack :
the league this season run } "I' 4. *4a IGM t
ed to back down against the heavily- drove the ball right back at the 'Cats. .. .. ..
that includes lots of motion"so it I J..Y.- e,1t1'H
has been close but
Live Oak
armed visitors, who started 20 John 'Thompson used 3 of his top Ml p.mlHji r* TtfucMull -
no cigar four losses by a total of 14 should be a wide open ballgame, seniors. Even after going to the locker receivers first Jeff Belcher for 31 iv.k1..1..4 Id
said Hurse. of half @ :
Senior Bruce Rehberg, one a
points. room down 20-0 the Tornadoes refused yards then Thomas on a screen for -: 1K
.' :
dozen Tornadoes seeing action on M 1 i l '
to fold in the second half actually then Norman for .4, and '
12 Clayton
up nMwrf. kOek:.\; F:.
LIVE OAK at BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES both sides of the scrimmage line this playing the'Cats to a 0-0 standoff in ,finally Belcher again for 10 yards to ... s.w.47 kick ntum(M.heir kick. ) .._-:'
year, was selected as Tornado of the f ..lr..C. M. f..l.,kkk. :-'.
QUICK FACTS period three before two mistakes the 13. But an offsides penalty, two OSlywM p --( )
.
Week for his play on both offense and OM'-,4.'I, ..w.(kkk. 1.41.4, .
Game Site: Bradford Stadium; kickoff p.m. defense against Buchholz.On handed Buchholz a couple of easy rushed incompletlons and a 17 yard O*.Canipkill I _(M...." kkk. ) ., .. ,
Season Records: Tornadoes 0-7 with losses to Baker Co. ((7-13)), defense Rehberg led Tornado scores in the late going.For the entire sack of Thompson rudely shoved UK os IkwIlM t KM(IM...." kkk. ,-::.
second period Buchholz Tornadoes back out of scortna nnat
Palatka ((0-55)), Santa Fe (O()-.19) St. Augustine ((6-16)), Gainesville tacklers with 8 solo tackles and an managed just s.d1.d kdkkb.l.I.'I I '.,
(0-28)( North Marion(15-41)( ),and Buchholz ((0-34)). Live Oak 3-4 with assist and intercepted a Bobcat pass 75. yards in offense. So even in a The third period was a defensive ......*....*l.*._. 11...... .'; ..
wins over Madison Co. (40-0)), Perry-Taylor Co. ((21-0), and BakerCo. and on offense "Bruce did a good job 34 point defeat the Tornadoes came struggle with -Tornadoes not MN,...11.-N.-1.......Isl.d..: ,,'
off with heads held high."I mounting any threat to score but the ...hl.t ,." i.lrii.t 4-U pals, C1.y1.. _':
(34-0)( ), and losses to Gainesville HS (20-22)), Lake City ((2-9), again, according to front coach .nttmmt.... .'
4,45.se.
hit and
Santa Fe ((12-16), and Gainesville Eastside ((6-7). Carlton Faulk. thought we as well bustled "- BUS defense stubbornly holding the ,....I..-(raw(.-.1 pn M MdilM.I......1;:
Series History: In this, one of the older series for Bradford High After a slow start early In the year as well as we had all year long, 'Cats at bay. Thomas saved a :Ml.. M.,* Ownlr.. K..y W...... .-!... w-y: :.
and an opponent, the Tornadoes lead with 17 wins to 6 defeats and a the center-tackle has been coming noted Tornado Coach David Hurse. touchdown with a leaping pass deflection Hfkf 1..1........./.... M.*. ...;'.7,
"The kids were mentally ready to Bruce Rehberg swiped an in- IM.gtu ".....Nwy"Mfw. : ::
the of Tornado
tie. That advantage came primarily on strength eight along strong down the stretch run of "
wins in a row before last year s 15-0 Live Oak victory.: the season. playa good football game. ".',' .,' .
Of course all the effort didn't keep

Bradford off the losing side of the .
Scoreboard for the seventh straight .
I BHS Was Ready To Play Coaches SayBradford time, a new school record for a losmg ; ',
streak (busting the 1940 losing slide of ,' RUNNING A BUSINESS -.: ;,

6 straight), WITHOUT ADVERTISING ,:; "
High's coaches know the echoed Hurse's comments: "We've coverage) keeping people down inside Buchholz managed 254 yards total A GIRL {.' :
end result a 34-0 loss wasn't any been down, we've been giving up the the 30. He gave us good field positionon offense below its average, but didn't IS LIKE WINKING AT :
.more impressive than the previoussix big plays, but the spirit never gets our kickoffs which we weren't get- score at will as it might have expected IN THE DARK? K '. / ;!
defeats, but they were pleased down. I'd just love for us to be able to ting the other night." too. Only twice did the'Cats go
with the effort given by the Tornadoesin put it together for four quarters and Offensive line coach Carlton Faulk over 50 yards to score, and one of '"
last week's home game against not have the breakdowns we've been said his group "did OK overall but those was on a one-play 58 yard '
DOING.
WHAT
Buchholz. having." Barry King did a great job. He's improved breakaway. YOU KNOW VOU'RBJ;
As for the offense's to week and did freebie .UT .HK: DOESN'T I
inability get every his best The 'Cats gut an initial on
BHS coach David Hurse, who said on the board again Hurse said "our job ever against Buchholz." the strange opening kickoff Regular
he thought his team hit as well and breakdowns hurt us down near the
hustled as well as they had all year goal line but we did cut way back on
was wearing a smile before Monday our turnovers which we had to do. R
afternoon's practice session, not the There wasn't much to brag on offensively -
look of a man who had been beaten 5 but I thought both Jeff Belcher
touchdowns."We and Clayton Nprman who caught 4
were mentally ready to play, balls each, did a real good job." Here's whats in office
you can't ask any more out of the kids "We really missed Rick Braswell, ," new
than what they're giving," the head Hurse said of the sophomore place-
mentor praised. "They hung in there kicker who was hurt badly in a motor
all the way until the final play ana cycle wreck (see news briefs) on
they hit with 'em. We're real proud of Thursday. "Rick was doing a great -products. for .
the kids effort." job with the 'sliy-kick' (a high looping you . !

Defensive coordinator Mike Sexon kickoff that allows good kick .

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...We usually talk about the loss of a football player to injury in terms of the ,,"'-- SharpenerWith
impact of his absence on the team. How about the individual? '
av patented autostpp to
A guy that comes to my mind is Darryl Thornton, a gutsy monster back for eliminate pencil waste. Hardened'
the Tornadoes who saw his senior season come to an end with a broken arm '
alloy topi steel cutter blades::
suffered against Palatka. For Darryl it was the final blow in a series of inJuries Sealed .
heavy-duty motor
that kept him from being full-speed for all but one game in his oft oiling or ( Nonskid'Styctlowcut never.needs
mterupted varsity career. And the shame of it is he's always been one of the j feet.; IBetge ith rosewood .
hardest-working hardest-hitting football players you'll see. panett.Transparent! '
He loved the game, you can see that in his eyes as he watches'from the shaving
UL
sidelines, wishing somehow he could get back on the field... / receptacle approved, AC
110-12O
volts
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...In the quick facts section previewing the BIIS-Sl. Augustine game we said (DM3-IP-1t'X1)
the series between the two schools stood at 12 BHS wins,8(now 9)SAHS wins, .
and 2 ties. Now, technically that's correct, but it's a little misleading. Con- $'
sidering Imes against old Krtterlinus High of St.Augustine the series is now 89.95
20-13-2( m avor of St. Augustine, since Ketterlinus" whipped Bradford 11.of. 1? 79.00 ExtraSamngs:
times ou .. REG. $90.00Texas

...New wrestling coach at BUS this year will be Cole Childers a phys-ed 4 '
teacher it Southside Elementary who assisted with wrestling (and JV foot Instruments)
ball) last year. He's filling out his schedule now with the first match set for Printer/Dispiay Box of 2$ *
December 1 against Buchholz. The wrestlers met Monday for their first official ,

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...The boys and girls basketball seasons at Bradford High aren't far off.The .
boys, who start practice Monday with coach Mike Sexton heading for the gym plain paper printer with
after football practice open their season Fri., Dec. 4, at St. Augustine. First display, Ideal for home or office: Cards
home game is Dec. 11 versus Macclenny. uses standard 2V" wide adding

The Lady Tornadoes,who this year will be under the direction of Gayle Lee, machine rolls. Four-key memory
their fourth head coach In four years, open Tuesday, Dec. 1, at Palatka with Independent register, constant'I, 1/2/ priceReg. '
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iBrooker's Dubba Hayes Rides 9 Fights Bulls '


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the word clown, and one Im- where he gets bucked off,but his hand fK
mediately conjures up images of Em- gets twisted backward in the tightly
mit Kelly or Red Skelton,men famousat drawn cinch and can't get free." y.
that particular occupation. Say the "When this happens, the rider triesto
word danger, and you might think of stay as close to the bull's side as r
anything but a laughable clown. Mostpeople possible and yank the tail (release 11 i yr
wouldn't connect the two; loop) so the cinch comes loose.This is
dangerous being a clown? aww hard to.do when the stiil-Ducking bull
c'mon." is trying to hook you; especially if you ;
lose your head." w'a
But don't tell that to Bubba Hayes.
He's a professional clown proud of it "The clowns rush the bull, with one .
and regularly) risks life and limb clown trying to distract the bull while
against bucking beasts in a rodeo the other acts to free the cowboy. The 'f
arena. Just part of being a bull one closest to the bull's head will try Mww .' :, ;.., :
fightln' rodeo clown. to get the bull hooking at him Insteadof t 'l< ,
the rider." f"ay .1..v' I
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clone. He doesn't think much of each other are doing, and you have to 7./1
mechanical bulls, opting instead for trust the person you're workingwith ......... '.
the real flesh-and-blood variety. ," he said. ..
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business the same way that most people so good at it now, that they don't even 3l 'i > '
get a tatoo or join the Marine heed to talk out there in the ring.They .. L 0 ,a ......... ,,,,,
Corps: "It was a dare," he said. "1 know who goes where and what each .,
was with friends over in Alachua,and other will do in the situation.. t r ..*"!
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saddle brook Well I did and I got While Hayes has never been injured
bucked off and landed on my head. I fighting the bulls, he has had some r _
knew then that I just had to have close calls riding them.
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"1 was in Macclenny and my k, G'', ,
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From saddle bronks, Bubba mother was there watching her first I '' 6r
graduated to riding bulls, because, in rodeo," he said.'". drew a mean bullto .
his words, they are "more fun to ride that time, and I got throwed -
ride." That was three years ago, today stepped on and hooked. I wound up
he is a regular feature of the with a broken arm and stretched
Gieger Rodeo Circuit, as a bull rider ligaments in my arm."
and bull fighter ,.. ', ,,
The cowboys get to where they even
At first, Hayes was just another know certain quirks about the stock
contestant riding the bulls and doing a they ride a. r'
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little team roping. One day, Hayes "Club Cat," Bubba says, referring
decided to don the greasepaint to help to a bull he often rides."I'm getting to .
out some of the other clowns He and a where hate that bull. But I'm 3 and 2 .+i ,. rr, '; v r; ,y Wi .rl,+;t .
close buddy. Ray James from riding him. e
Waycross,Ga.,decided they liked the. .' L ,
extra work. So three times has .
Hayes stayed on '' wn ffiff- m
for the eight-second ride, but twice
and"We all of get our$50 stock for each free,'performance Hayes said "Club.rather Cat"quickly has disengaged Hayes. Bubba Hayes Hangs on to Club Cat at a Local Rodeo I

Free stock means that he and Jamesdo
not have to pay'an entry fee to per- If you think that Hayes is doing this PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboy
form at the Gieger rodeos throughoutthe just for the money, think again. "It's Association) and compete in the na
south. hard to make a living at rodeo-ing," tionals in Oaklahoma City," he said.
says Hayes, who does not make his "I went as a spectator last year
Fifty dollars might sound a little ex living at rodeo-ing. "I was a winner (December, 1980)) and it was nice. It..
pensive for being a rodeo clown un- last month in Milliard, finishing was about 20 below zero outside, but j '.
til you consider.what goes into the job. fourth in the bull riding. I made $37 the arena was indoors and warm."':''
Hayes isn't out, there to make people for that, The winnings will vary, Oh, and on those mechanical li! ,y! ,
laugh .. rs ...' ,. ..,. depending on the number of entries:in (Hayes says"""Th Y'rea."W' k 1JI:' ..... oil. "'-"'",'".
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.,.t' "It's our job to help out a rider who screw you up They aren't anything at J ,
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gets in trouble in the ring." When Bubba is not riding bulls, he all like the real thing.
works for the Florida Department of And Hayes should know.Editor's ,
Hayes that describes brings him a and common Ray into problem the for Agriculture Brucellisos.,testing cattle in this area ( Note: lIayes will be perfor ...... =-v=-
ming this Saturday and Sunday (Nov. c y
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hung up on a bull" he said. "This is "My goal is to be in the top 15 in the 7 and M.))as the Giegrr Rodeo conir*toStarke. 1 t .., '" .


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'I US-301 in center most traffic Jane Damage to Norman's '78 Ford was north on Walnut St. failed to stop foi. ville, was charged with violation of
I News following a '70 Ford truck driven by approximately $300. the red light and struck the Quinlor I right 01 way. '
BriefsBraswell Alan Irvin Ashline. As Ashline attempted Further investigation Is pending according vehicle. Damage to Qulnion's '76 Olds wasBeck's
to make a left turn at breakin to Patrolman Bennett. to 72 Ford was

median,Smith saw danger,applied Bobby Theron Beck,18,of Jackson. approximately $5J3. J: .
InjuredIn of steel were recovered: according to brakes, skidded on the wet payment Kenneth Thomas Quinton, 410 E.
the Bradford County Sheriffs Dept. striking the truck on right rear Oct. South St., pulled out into the intersection
Cycle Accident Deputies Don Denton and Greg of SR-ioo and Walnut St. to makea

Richard Wayne Braswell was in- Nichols they expect at least three ad- 30.Smith was charged: with following left turn when a vehicle traveling -
jured Oct. 29, when the '71 Honda he ditional arrests will be made. to close and no driver's license according HARD OF HEARING?
: The steel was sold for scrap for to Patrolman Crum. Card of ThanksThe
was riding ran into the back of a vehicle -
I which had stopped behind a school $148, the value of the steel is in excess Damage to Smith's '76 vehicle was DAHLBERG'S NEW MIRACLE EAR II

bus west of Starke on SR-100. of 3000. $1,000 while damage to Ashline's family of E.S. Crawford wish to THE,CUSTOrtfrT IN THE EAR HEARING AID )
Nugent was placed in the thank their neighbors and friends for
County truck was$300.
Braswell suffered two broken wrists, TO HEARING LOSS
Jail under $3,000 bond according to their kindness and gifts of flowers and FOR MILD MODERATE
a broken pelvis broken right hip and ....
dislocated left hip. the sheriffs dept. Joe Wilson Curtis, 54, Palatka, was food during the recent death of their '... $538 NOW $269SUPPLY :, ,
also the Doctors and Staff of t
traveling east on SR-100 Nellie V; brother
Angelyn Griffin Thomas of Lake ( LIMITED) *
Martinez, 74. 723 Laura.St., Starke the Bradford County Hospital and ni
74 travel-
Butler driving a Ford was .
ing east on SR-100,.stopped behind a Man ArrestedFor was traveling south on US-301 slowed DeWitt C. Jones funeral home. CHECK OUR SPtCIAL LOW BATTERY PRICES. rr.teat.

stopped school bus Braswell also BurglaryDavid for traffic light, lost traction,slid thru Ronnie Crawford Family EP675I>6...., $2.00 1411.6.... .,.. $2.00 H. Gardner .

into traveling the rear east failed of Thomas'to stop vehicle.running Led Gurthie 19. 439 N. the vehicle traffic on left signal front.striking Curtis's. 13121.6..2.00113!- .. ..:. 2.00 knpilra s.rvhrem: MM He.hs*ml. .

Braswell was blinded by the sun according Orange St., was arrested Nov. 1, Damage to Curtis' Olds was $700.Martinez's Card of ThanksThe 1401|m|2,4.2.00' Moo..FN OPIM. CM-: .:M' "
charged with burglary of a dwelling.On '
77 Olds sustained
to the Florida Highway no w.... III NOM I
Patrol a complaint: by James R. Swain damage according to Patrolman N. PREE HEARING. TEST
report. family of the late John Thomas
434 Polk St., Gurthie
was charged
Braswell, 15, Rt. 4 Box 85, Starke with unlawfully entering or remain- Jackson. Padgett (J.T.) would like to express Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
was taken to Alachua General their appreciation to relatives and .
ing in a structure. M
Hospital where he will remain a pa-, Gurthie was placed'In Bradford Vernon Todd Foster, 16, of Lake friends of Bradford County and surrounding 1003 N.W. 23rd Avenue Gainesville, Florida 3760093Wm. .;\U'I >
tient for the next 8 weeks. He is in County Jail under$2,000, according: to Butler was stopped for the red lightat counties for their prayersfood )',
stable condition according: to his Patrolman Jerry Miller. US-301 and Call St.,in Starke, in the flowers and donations furnishedduring ru
mother. When he returns home he inside lane when Harold L. Axe, 18, of the loss of our loved one. ,
will be in traction for six months. Keystone Heights, approached from Alma Padgett and family 10
Damaged to the Thomas vehiclewas Fender BendersJohn the rear. Axe failed to stop, striking
approximately $600 the Honda
Foster's vehicle. nauf
..
driven by Braswell was totaled according Edward Curies 32, 1640 Damage to Foster's '72 Ford was J !

to Trooper Etheridge. Walnut St., Starke, was parked in an approximately $300, damage to Axe's msni; i .low"Inp
open parking area facing southeast a '71 Toyota was $600.
Man Arrested '73 Chevy driven by Edward Malvin Axe was charged with careless ,; .

For Grand Theft Powell while backing out failed to driving, according to Patrolman Ben- \\ ,
observe Curies' vehicle striking It on nett.
Allen Nugent 22, Starke. was arrested the right rear Oct. 31. Mobile ..u1a

Oct. 30, at the Temple Motel Damage to Curies' '78 Datsun was Oct.24,Ronald Eugene Norman,22, Used )'..
charged with grand theft. '. $900. Box 1264, Starke was traveling east v
Nugent is charged with stealing Powell. 53, Box 1112, Starke. was on SR-16 when a vehicle pulled out '! i
tons of railroad steel from W. T. charged with improper backing ac- from St. Clair St., Norman swerved to ar: ,
Jackson, Inc. The 14,800 lbs of steel cording to Patrolman N. Jackson. miss the vehicle but could not, strik- 'v!
was taken over a period of the past ing the vehicle in the left fender. HomesWhy 1.1.1!
couple of weeks loaded into the trunkof Dogan Lewis Smith. 23, Rt. 2 Box The unknown vehicle then left the "M'Ii''
a automobile and sold. All 7Wi tons 3070, Starke was northbound on !

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By Mark Frledlin i
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LRM staff Writer
'011'
I, President Reagan is issuing a call sion of the Corps as well. who is in charge of publicity in North John Brown Mobile Home ,1ti
for a new theme of volunteerism in There were approximately .38 Florida.
I the nation and in that spirit ex-. million acres federally owned land
A members of the Civilian Conservation in 1930 and funds to manage them Meenor said the meeting in Starke .'
Corps are joining together all over the were scarce then as now. The land will include members from Keystone CenterHwy ;P4
country to put together what they. under the#jurisdiction of the National Heights and Lake Butler. All .one
N. think could be an old answer to some Park Service now consists of over 80 members of the CCC past are presentare 21N Keystone Heights
new problems. million acres and funds have been invited to attend the organiza
Members in the North Florida area cutback for 1981 as the new administration tional meeting Which will be held in 473-3775
are planning to meet in Starke in continues to balance the early November at a date which will r
November to organize a CCC chapterin budget. be announced in this paper soon. "
this area to promote the effort.
CCC members contended at the ; /
The Civilian Conservation
y Corps as convention in Kansas and
City at a
related in an earlier article, was an
meeting in Jacksonville
two weeks f'I
organization that was begun in
ago, that the time is
right for. a
desperation in the bleakest days of revitalization ofthe
the Great Depression.President Corps. 'Ij t
Franklin Roosevelt form "There are so many jobs that need :

ed the plan in a bold move to put to be done important projects that .. ;: ...
:: ;
milhom'- f- ,- could be accomplished: and plenty of "- -- .J
'Unemployed"yom
,& men .
.:,, that ', .. ,. ., t. ._ .:.
back MM mwtntcUv rUnaattvironmente <<;..young people need work;these ....ii" ". \
.., ,. ug"DDQ'I.g 11
,where they could regain days. said Bill Knapp, president of f .m- .nsinwfVl
their -self-respect and. accomplish the Jacksonville Chapter of the CCC. \. .J' t.1h' ,' .. .. ._ 'eyftauq. t."m.
much for their country at the same "The parks have deteriorated so
time. much in the past few years that rrr
The CCC was administered by the something needs to be done soon or The 3rd
Army, the only organization that had there won't be much left to save." Annual" .r

the resources at the time to run a nationwide "If we had just 10,000 peoplewe'could r.
effort that ultimatly affected accomplish so much," Knapp (
over three million people. said. "I'm sure there are many more (( .. r
CCC members were the driving than that who can't get a job and are AUTUMN SUN i
force behind the formation of most of on the welfare rolls right now in this
our national parks and wildlife area alone." .t

preserves and the thousands of con-: Knapp said the costs of the program JcDq1}
servation projects members com: FUN RUN
.
saved could: be held to a mininum if modern- /
Mates from large devestation areas of the and United Incurable day CCC members received ." 7
minimum
relentless erosion especially wages for conservationwork 7
in the Midwest and Far West from the with deletions for housing,and 1
Great Dust Bowl conditions in those food. Saturday November 7 81.o
areas during the 1930's. .. and the "The work would be a real full a
honest ,
1980's. day's work at an important .
job," Knapp said. "That is a situation ul'pt' r
of the conditions
Many that affectedthe
) r )
entire nation in the Great Depres- that is becoming pretty scarce in :.. :. AGE pao'-tM:
.some areas of the .
sion are in evidence today high "Its been estimated country.that there AUTUMN SUN I 'Trophies to All Age Groups First Place Winners, I :''VyQ1.t1r r
unemployment especially among the over 50,000 unemployed in are Trophies to First place male and female winner over all in both races. 19' Under'' )
youth the
young and minoritiesblack( Second and Third place prizes to all .. r t
Northeast Florida age groups.
alone
region Col. : 14
unemployment is over 50 percent FUN RUN 3" It"
Trophy to oldest and '
Bill Roberts said at the meeting. youngest runner. : :' ?.ne.
) less r
among teenagers Sf
; money 20
"Think how much 'fa' 1
available they are costing the
to effectivly manage the 2S'f
government the welfare ; 1
National Parks Program and other on rolls when
they get a little older with skills 3039' iii'
conservation public lands and projects little money into effect.to to put. speak of and little hope of no a job. The to All proceeds to, benefit the Bradford-Union Association for Retarded Citizens. 40.. Over' :

Many ex-members of the CCC need then."is there today just like it was Previously. sponsored by Piggly Wigglyn .-: '..h. I
remember well the when Ij'Itf..1 ,, '.
days joIMJwere jevL *. H '
CCC members found some' 1'( < .
scarce. The CCC, spread .out '
across the country in camp constructed members of congress: who have listened "\\\t\e. Sponsored:this. year by The Bradford County Telegraph and The Community State Bank of Starke.. s
to their
MEN
by members themselves offered House of plans.Representatives Bill ,3a t.t.ft.0t p, .".;.p. ,,. (Donated T-Shirts, Trophies. Advertisement) 13'Under
no high wages but something is \ ,
much better than nothing when you're HR-3686 will be considered: in the next 9' 14 17
unemployed with little of session of congress in Washington /
hope findinga 1C-21
D.C. in Don't Walk
job any job to support a family. establish 198182. The bill would re Runr 22-25
The camps also offered a fraternal the CCC in a limited manner

spirit that is hard to define today, tions across with the country in a few set loca 0 Two Races;: 10,000 meter and One ((1)) Mile Race .--. _
permanent facilities 30 It
even for exmembers.Last camp .
T-Shirts to all Finishers.
for members.
35- 39
moth in Kansas City over 9,000 ,.
ex-members of the CCC met in a national Florida Governor Bob Graham had .. 40-49.
convention dedicated authorized 150,000 in seed money in .
: to both 50' Over
this year's state budget for the ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (r <, "'40" :'
organization preserving the memory and exploring of a worthy the organizational effort in Florida, according Butt A Jerry's. 2 Overall Trophies Start: :, r'..1 ,." ,:'.::. dr' ;-: ".1'1-

possibiltity forming a modem ver : to CCC member Bob Meenor Civilian Club GatoraWe ft .. ..
raceolflcgls.. Community State Bank of Starke. ';.' "' ; 4 '
yc.'UU'yslon, Rice Assistants .1 .
,Starke City Police ....' .'" U.S. 301 South !.'J 'a :. ,",
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City of Starke r (Across from McDonald) ,,
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Thomas MetalsShop TG4Y McDonald's. Bicounfbn 30:Dinners T-Shlrls -.., Starke, Florida 32091 I,, ';- : :. '::"' ".. :..Jj, < \ M -:,.; \, ,',,1', ." tII


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..: ,, '" way home, they stopped in Fort_, _....
Miss Brenda Prevatt of and Mrs. Alton Jones, of Walton Beach Florida for a visit With
Elizabeth Terry Beach, visited his aunt Miss was a Saturday dinner guest of Petty Tallahassee, spent the weekend with Brunswick, Ga., visited Mrs. Jack son John and he returned hors ", with
P>one 7823300s Elizabeth Terry and.Mr. and Mrs. Officer 1st'class and Mrs. Joe Harris her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Estes on Wednesday afternoon. them for several days.
Tom Tatum, Tuesday afternoon on and famll). Williams, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston visited Mrs. Wendie Smith and d inter
Lawtey School New his way to Mr. eWitt Jones Funeralat Friends of Mr Ray Rosier regret to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr Elizabeth spent the weekend\ 1 her
Super spellers for the week in Mrs. Crosby Cemetery. learn that he is patient in Alachua and Mrs. Charles Mosley and parents, Col!, and Mrs. Wm W m.
Verusoc's Class were Mickl Becker,. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cochran, of General Hospital. Gainesvile in room, We are happy to report that George from daughter Betty, of Highland. Jimmy Moore and Mis Jan
Kim Lee, ,Susan Peugh, Tommy Largo, spent the weekend with their \551 East. Our prayers are with him. Shuford was able to come home Mrs. Mabel Boyette, of Jackson Poncell, of Jacksonville,were Sunday
Pomerleau, Becky Poore, Christy ,friends, Mr. and Mrs. O.O. Brown. Mrs..Opal Lewis and her soninlawMr. the Hospital, and is doing real able good.to ville is spending some time with her supper guests of his mother, Mrs.
Redding, Jevan Ross, Jill Strickland; Mr. and Mrs. O.J Boyette Jr. Jesse Barber, are visiting her Miss Nancy Bennett was Park son-in-law and daughter Col. and Mrs. Fred Moore.
Tommy Jo, Tatum, DeniM Woodell visited their brother.and sister-in- sister Mrs. Claire Cummings, of come home from the Orange Wm Wilson, while recovering from Mr and Mrs. Larry Norman, Rhonda -
and MichelleWright. law; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durban Wilmington, N.C. Hospital, and is getting along nicely.of eye surgery. and Mrs. Ola Starling visited Mr.
Ginger Herndon came in third and family, of Madlsonville, Ky. On Timmy and Marty Dudding, of Miss Brenda Prevail dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robet Lee have Ray Rosier in Alachua General
(dressed as a Devil) in the School their trip up, they visited their Lake Butler, were Sunday dinner Tallahassee of her, was a Sunday Mr. and returned home from a two weeks visit Hospital, Gainesville, on Sunday
Halloween Costume Contest. Jill mother Mrs. O.J. Boyette Sr., of guests of Hank and Mark Hodges. guest Grandparents with daughter Karen and family, in afternoon.
Strickland was selected as Princessof Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Juanita Harper, of Starke wasa Mrs. Fleam! Starling. Albuquerque, New Mexirn On thm.

the Pop Warner Jr., Peewee Allen, of Valdosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Sunday dinner guest of her mother, II Ir.
Cowboy Football team.Personals. Richard Peek, of Lafayette Ga., Mr, Mrs. Carl Prevail.
and Mrs.:Tommy Carter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman wre JOIN JR. FOOD
of Tucker Ga., Mrs. Corrine Sunday dinner guests of their son and
Mrs. Sue Daniels, from Cuthbert, Bowman, of Rosalie, Ala.and Mrs. daughter-in-law,Mr.and Mrs. Reggie
Ga., was visiting her sister and other Stella Houser, of Flat Rock,Ala. Norman of Ichtucknee Springs TAPE SAVER CLUB
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relatives, Mrs. Elva Kirkland, and Mr. Leo Dyal spent several days Lawtey School Carnival n
Calvin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Believe it or notl! In spite of the rain
for the month of October. and Mrs. Dan Creager and daughter dampening everyone, the school still Fantastic
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vera, of Glenrock, Wyoming. While made money from the carnival. The
Carter, Marcilla, Vickie, and Mrs. there they went hunting and had. good fish dinners were a sell-out, totaling OfferNo.
Sue Daniels went to Walt Disney luck.Mr. 1516.00 in sales. Actually, the car- Save-A-Tape
World for a full day of fun and enjoyment .and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited nival sales were more this year than
,. their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Paul last, but expenses were more. We 284 Stirki Hwy 100 No. 299 Keystone
On, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Server, of Jacksonville, on.Wednesday cleared$2,120 from this carnival.The 6.12 HOURS 6.12
Carter and family left for'Wagner, Oct. 21st. people really turned out (even
S.C.'for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and though they had to run for shelter Come On Down And WIN!
daughter Kristina, of Black Moun-
Bruce Boger and other friends., every few minutes) and we deeply appreciate -
Mr.and Mrs. Henry Smith spent the tain, N.C. spent from Saturday until everyone's participation.The "Just In Time For Christmas"October
weekend with their brother and Wednesday with their parents Mr. Lawtey PTO wishes to thank you, 1. 1981 December 31 1981 --
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert and Mrs. Willlie Green. They visited one and all, for your presence, baked
Smith, of Savannah, Ga. their brother Terry Futch on Saturday goodies, donations of time, work, .
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- afternoon, and their Aunt Miss money and food items.
thurine Blanchard visited her sister Elizabeth Terry on Sunday afternoon.Mr. If it weren't for the grand coopera- Toddlers FrosA
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Edward Roberts, of Miami, tion of everyone involved, this could Pampers Carton Coffee
Thelma Wilson, at Baker Nursing came home for this weekend. His, have been a real fiasco, which could : Cigarettes
Home in MacClenny on Wednesday brother Ulysses Roberts came with have cost us money rather than madeus
afternoon. him.Mr. Just think-if the rains 219 OCcup
money.
James Ellison, of Jacksonville, 649
Mr. Terry Futch, of Jacksonville hadn't come, we would have surpassed '
all previous years records! Again, I,
thanks to you. I

I -1.-:...... ......Hampton Hilitesouu.u1.


| By Dolores Meng
November Birthdays =!Ei1
|t Phone 468-1915 Andy Redding celebrated his 11th

birthday Nov. 3rd. sbs
Woman's Club Jonathan Woodard was six years ______
The Hampton Woman's Club will 1/ _
old on Nov. 4th. &
meet in the City Hall Thursday nightat Birthday also to EvelynVaughan
8:00: o'clock. The Christmas Floatis who celebrated her birthdayon !

among Senior items Citizens to be discussed.Club Nov. 51 1O88MRTO big savings

The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Hampton Elementary School E a t
will hold their meeting Friday after- Successful Carnival %
noon at 2:00: o'clock In the City Hal At an assembly of all grades held at CORDUROY MEN'S WESTERN JEANS h Save up to. 47 om brand,

4-HClub the school Friday morning student '
The Hampton 4-H Club held a raffle winners were: Black and white poly First plnwale quality corduroy tailored In with cotton/Western c best sellers
meeting Thursday night at the homeof TV-Kim Smith; AM-FM Radio-Jay cut and boot i legs. Solids A 4 names and I
Mary Jean Newman. The Walker; $5.00 Savings Accounts Men's 28-38. g
American Pledge was given by Shan-.. donated by Florida Bank at Starke: z
nan Ford and Brenda Bawek gave the Cheryl Thomas, Timmy Slater, Beth \ today through Saturday;
4-H Pledge. Kennon, Rob Powers and Johnny
fhe 14 members present discussed Powers. s
County and Community projects, The radio given to the student selling it. PROCTOR SILEX
methods of raising money for their highest number of
treasury and membership cards. tickets went to Sandy Friese
Carolyn Redding, Bradford County in $140. $5.00 prizes went to
three who sold $55 in :
Extension Director, gave information, r'I
to the club. '(" 'o i>. ... ,". Russell: Tammy Peeples
W
I Newman, the hos p l S 1ith'ti\j x Jv

nttxt.... meeting menta of puncJond is SCh __ tV2ibU)>ti bJT Eod"Srbdsk"
Chandelier went to _
Wheel
November 12 at 7:00: p.m. at Mrs. Wagon
Nfewman's home. Election of officers Mary Goodson of Lake City.
Costume Contest winners were:
take then.
place
will PRESCHOOL: 1st, 'Amber Combes,
CB Club EntertainsSThe
2nd-Amanda Griffis,3rdC.K.Fuqua.
local CB Club treated some 25 AIll
GRADES K and Ist-Angela: Baker ; ,
children to a Halloween Party Thurs- andRebecca '"'"
2nd-Ianielle Hersey, 3rd-Jenny REBATE!
the Hall. @ct+oOURlcE
at City
day night Jordan. GRADES 2 and 3: S20 OR a Eagle Reg Price..... 19 88
Refreshments were served.in the costume Among ist-Stacy Pullen, 2nd-T.J. Orton, 3rd- YOUR, 688CHOICE I wi ANY LAYAWAY! :; Eagle Sale Price... 18.88
those receiving prizes MORE
David Roberts. GRADES 4 and 5: 1st- Less Proctor-
jijdging were Jennifer Lester dressed '*
Cheryl Thomas 2nd-Melody Taylor TO US- r Sllex Rebate.3
Dallas Cheerleader, Lisa Bruno
a4 a 3rd-Rhonell Estes. GRADES 6 and
representing a lovely Secretary, 7-and above: 1st-Donna Lackey 2nd- SAVE UP TO 3.00 OFF Q'Ir.rz.'II' lI 1-'f:1TL tg f.'f'I.aJOIl)
Hall as Popeye,and Danny Bennett
Cfbna
Justin Wadsworth, 3rd-Jeannie OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICE
'depicting Fpnzie.: FOR BOYS & GIRLSI, YOUR
Rowland. ON TOYS
; Superior Rating S,' Carnival Profit valuel' 6988 397 FINAL 1388
: !Bradford County Band again The Net profit was listed at Choose Friendly Folks Cottage Dorable Dasky, 88 1" COST
a I a Superior Rating In the Con- $1,137.38.The gross amount was Dtsney/ Musical TV. Soft side Doll Carriage, FAMOl1SJ-EAARE' POPULAR MOTOSHELLZONE ALL-SEASON 10-CUP AUTOMATIC
Inqaf Ohio Art Land Cruiser or Radio Control Fire-
Florida Field
t ."jleld at 168808.' Since the crowd was bird Car. CROSS BIKEReinforced PROTECTION, GALLON DRIP COFFEEMAKER
svlUe' on Friday. Among localpant8 somewhat less in number' from last frame, molo- Fights freeze-ups fights Brew selector gauge exclu,
were Billy) Bauldree, year, this is considered. to be a very cross saddle. hl-rlsa handlebars boilovers, fights rust & corrosive "Brew-For-Two" coffee
i:Bauldree, D.J. Riddick Brian good profit., w/shleld. vinyl grips sion anti-rust Ingredient, saving basket for brewing 2.3
andJsA' Gilbert. Congratula"Family ., s fenders. Not assembled. cups)
t Reunion 'GratitudeThe

and Mrs; Joe Riddick, D.J., Carnival chairpersons, Jolene
anrf'Cassle) Cooper attended a Friese, Inger Campen, Carolyn
r : family' reunion in North Slater, and Nancl Starling wish to i'
dna. Cassie's husband, John, thank'all businesses who contributedto
stationed with the,Navy atIftthti'Rda. the success of the Carnival. The
also attended. help of all the parents students, and
!:;1'heY: all gathered later with other'f8 community members is also greatly
nily members at the home of Joe's ,appreciated.. -
.
fher, Fletcher Riddick. Since the Special thanks goes to Royce i
reunion! occurred at the time of the Joyner for his donation of time and .,
Cpiorful display of Fall foliage the hay wagon used in going on the great S' piaCANNON.
trip was especially enjoyable. hayride to the Haunted House.
::;:mr.and Mr.Donald Williams,Scott Thanks also to the Alderman's and all
did Denise,of Lake City, joined other who worked on that Haunted House! .
family members at the home of his A big Thank You also to Jim Lewis 11 01.
parents.Rev.and Mrs.Ray Williams, and his students who entertained with
fir an enjoyable weekend. Happy Birthday their spooky,Haunted House! !5.99 If perfect 1 1-f'I:: =- ( (:fl'Ijf:: : 'I') r"f\"Irl": d

vember to Denise 2nd. who was six years n old 4iUNT 1 O DISCOUNT 88 941 29/88 39 WAS$8 1 1 7

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Proper Licence and Permits Are Part of Hunting -



Preparation is the key to an enjoyable collector or their registered sub- muzzleloader permit. Active military personnel stationedIn A $10 permit is required of persons Also all persons areas hunting are required on wildlife to
hunt and the Florida Game agents. Resident Florida and full-time students are management
overage exemption certificates guiding hunting parties in the state. The regular
and Fresh Water Fish Commission He said the exception is the state may be obtained at no cost considered residents when purchasing The resident and non-resident license purchase series a permit.MA) Is''$10 and permit the
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reminds hunters to obtain proper hun- waterfowl stamp which is sold only at from the office of the county tax col- licenses. for hunting.on licensed private hun- is
(series UP) $2.50.
ting licenses and permits when plann- the office of the county tax collector. lector.To obtain a disability:license,a State license and permit fees Include ting preserves costs $5.50. underage permit older
ing their outings for the 1981-1982 lie added the federal duck stamp person must present certification of for residents a statewide require ears of age or are
season. also required of all waterfowlers is disability to the county tax collector hunting-fishing combination (series'' Hunters planning to participate in not to purchase wildlife i
"Sportsmen who are preparing for available at U.S. post offices and from two licensed physicians residing AK), $17.50; statewide hunting special preand post-season management area permits. )
hunts should be certain to obtain all many tax collector offices. in Florida or from the Veteran's Ad- (series K), $11.50 and home county muzzleioader and archery hunts are A state waterfowl stamp costs$3.55.A .
necessary documents and carry themon Residents 65 years of age or older ministration. (series I). $4.50.Nonresidents. required to purchase a applicable federal waterfowl permit (not required 1
all hunting outings" said Lt. Col. possessing an overage exemption certificate "For purposes of hunting in may purchase the permit at $5 each (not required during of hunters less than 16 years of' 1\
Brantley Goodson director of the totally and permanently Florida a person Is a resident if he or statewide annual license (series L) at I the general,hunting season). age) is $7.50. ..
Divison of Law Enforcement for the disabled a disability she has lived continuously in Florida $50.50 and the statewide 10 day continuous .
Commission. license and chin under the age during the most recent 12-month license (series M), $15.50. 1
is For Real
Goodson said virtually all state- of 15 years are exempt from obtain- period of time and in one particular Alien visitors from other countries Snipe Hunting
required licenses and permits are ing a hunting license Florida water- county for at least six of the 12 months planning hunting outings in Floridaare
available at offices of the county tax fowl stamp archery permit and ," Goodson said. required to purchase$50 permits. TALLAHASSEE-Remember those rust-colored: and the body is mostly
tales of some greenhorn who gets shades of brown with white underbelly -
suckered into going on a nighttime brown and white stripes from the
I Science progressing in Battle vs. Water VegetationTALLAHASSEEIt "snipe hunt" complete with light and throat to its underbelly and from neckto
croaker sack? Well,forget those tales tail.
and head for the marshes around

is informally "We have worked diligently to finda in certain lakes to see what kind of action would have followed in the wake of underway November then 7 for and snipe snipe season hunting gets is
called a "weed eater" by some fish that can be used compatibly in they would take against hydrilla the initial substantial reduction of the for real. Bill Schultz
biologists with the Divison of Florida's fresh waters to help combat a non-native problem plant. plant if the fish had not been present. Snipe hunting is a popular way for'
Fisheries of the Florida Game and overgrowth of underwater vegetationsuch "It has been very interesting and He further ponted out that on dogless wingshooters to get some Used Cars
Fresh Water Fish Commission.The as hydrilla naiad and pondweeds we are seeing some very positive 350-acre Lake Wildmere in Seminole good bird hunting in. The season on ;
said Forrest Ware chief of results" said Ware. He mentionedthat County where eight-inch hybrid carp this bird
new fish, developed by crossbreeding the Bureau of Fisheries Research studies are continuing to deter- were stocked at a rate of 50 per acre February migratory 21 with a possesion runs through limit of ,2509 Philips Hwy.Jacksonville 'I''
grass carp and bighead with the Div ison. mine the overall effectiveness of the hydrilla was held in check and 16 and a daily bag of eight.
during the peak
decreased slightly
carp, is being looked upon as new fish. One of the real beauties of snipe ,I
Florida's newest Ware said that early has growing season with the area of Infestation
potential biological progress hunting is the availability of the birds
weapon where aquatic plant problems been encouraging.He decreasing from 54 percentto say veteran snipe hunters with the 1979 Dodge Magnum XE, 1
exist. Early ProgressHas ponts to eight-acre Lake Diannein 47 percent.
and
Pasco County that was 93 percent Ware said that bass may have eatena Game Fresh Water Fish Commis- Dark Blue elec.: windows, ex-I
sion. be found
Known officially as the triploid covered with hydrilla. Herbicide significant number of the hybrids at They can freshwater almost tra nice car.. . .. .$3975
anywhere near a marsh !
grass carp hybrid, the fish has a very BeenEncouraging treatment reduced the infestation to the lake and also at another experimental 1979 1
land Oldsmobile
with
preferring boggy no Delta
open Royal
important characteristic. It is site Lake Sybelia in
about 20 percent. He said the Com
trees or thickets to interfere with t
genetically unable to your diesel, 30 plus gallon fully -
reproduce mission placed 37 hybrids to the acre Orange County. shooting. per
therefore assuring it can be controlled into the lake and in 50 days there was "Where the likelihood of predationby Hunting shipe is usually just a mat-. equipped. 49,000 miles

by man. no more hydrilla. recommends bass is a problem that hybrids the Commission of 12 inchesor ter of walking them up and jump . . . . . $5275
That is an important point to Com- Also at two-acre Palm Lake in shooting them. They generally emit a
be stocked, he said. 1977
mission biologist who a few years ago Seminole County a similar experi- longer distinctive "Scalp' when flushed. Dodge Premier Wagon
with Ware said that preliminary results ment reduced the hydrilla which had Research activities concerning the extra clean
experimented the grass carp to Once snipe have vaulted in the air car, new
have shown there is a potential in completely blanketed the lake to hybrid grasss carp are being conducted
develop new control methods for approximately they perform a series of twists and Michelins 318 air
engine and
aquatic weed problems in Florida. utilizing the special fish for just sucha 33 percent coverage. at the fisheries research aerobatic maneuvers that make it
purpose. "Although a high stocking rate was laboratory at Eustis. almost to take automatic.. . . .$2975
However the original grass carp When the Commission learned of used 125 fish to an acre because of The Commission requires a permitbe the exerts impossible a double
were found to reproduce as evidenced the newly-developed fish a shipmentwas 100 percent plant coverage of the lake issued to anyone possessing or The say.best identification Please call Bill at
by populations in the Mississippi obtained in 1979 from a commercial only limited plant regrowth has occurred stocking the hybrid grass carp. Per-
River and could in interested in such characteristic of snipe is the long 3962035or
potentially cause hatchery Arkansas. Under con he said. sons a permit may
habitat damage. trolled settings the fish were placed The fisheries official mentionedthat contact the Divison of Fisheries at the beak almost half the length of its 475-2888
nine-inch body. Its tail is reddish.
of the Com-
detailed investigations have In- Tallahassee headquarters
r dicated that 100 percent regrowth mission.

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TALLAHASSECoolertemperatures northeast portion of Florida are good
in various water bodies sites to fish for stripers or sunshines.The Electric welding re/jgii
throughout the state during fall and
winter months are blessings in Winter Park and Oklawaha
disguise for the striper and sunshine chain of lakes in central Florida and
bass fishermen. Lake Osborne in the West Palm BBQ Grills Entrance Gates CUT ELECTRIC COST
"It's a great time of the year for Beach area as well as the Winter
fishermen to try their hands at brining Haven chain of lakes in the Lakelandarea Burgular Bars
in these outstanding game fish are also recommended.The Custom '
Built WITH LP GAS!
said Tom Vaughn chief 01 the Bureauof striper and sunshine bass program Bumpers
Fisheries Management for the in Florida is a part of the Com- Dupont Metal (
Buildings Sales and Erection
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. mission's fish management program. GO SAWYER

Each spring Commission biologists .. ., Qtet. ...,
He'fcaid the cooler temperature in travel'to either"1Lake\TalqUin'or the" 'l-J e .. ,
variqiis water bodies around the state ..,-St. Johns River to gather striped bae ;1,* 10 \:\ wr- 1P b'w'
ctoi1'r' '" !
stimulates feeding by the fish. "It ac- broodstock. The Apalachicola River: .
tually somewhat immobilizes shad is a good source of white bass crtr
and small minnows an important broodstock. Grace Welding
food source for both striper and sun- These two fish species are taken to
shine bass." Richloam Fish Hatchery in the Dade & FabricationCommercial '0
Vaughn said that the fish start City area to produce a hybrid cross
feeding in waters that are chilled called the sunshine bass which growsup Circle Special!
below the 70 degree mark. to two pounds a year during its Keystone Heights. Fla. ..
He said fishermen should look for two-to-five year life span.
birds, such as gulls who spot school Vaughn said the goal of the sun-
ing shad or minnows from the air. shine bass program is two-fold. "first
"The birds spot the food sources it utilizes excess forage fish such as Custom BuiltTrailers llfGE'SELECTIO\
OF CAS HEATING
All
along the water surface and go after shad, which are an excellent food Phases ,
them. That's a pretty good sign that source for sport fish," he said. Of LQI'IPMEXT Model for El'ERY
stripers" and sunshines are also "Secondly it serves to enhance sport Welding APPLICATION LARGE OR SMALL!! S ALE'
around. fishing opportunities for Florida'smany .
outdoorsmen. Another Energy S..er From SA", >ER
lie said that in the absence of any Vaughn said the Divison of Structural HEAT'I"
gulls or any fisheating birds keeping Fisheries of the Commission is constantly Fabrication
a close look on the water surface cansometimes striving to upgrade the Portable steam cleaningShop WHEN Ol" NEED:: IT! PRICE
result in spotting surface fisheries resource of the state. The (Budp-t !Miidrl.l 1 1EA
activity when the fish go after the sunshine bass program in which

food"Fishermen source. should use a flashy or stocking freshwater bodies of various is completed Floirda each Nights & Sun. INSTALLED:3 BRAND: ",.

silver spoon or jig or any kind of bait year by the Commission is one good 473-3579 a 473-7396 ..
that looks like a minnow and throw it example of that effort." r 10 MODtl; > AVAILABLEECONOMICAL 8'

to the far side of the school of shad or .. ; : CLEAN: 1 2' '/Jh
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the area, he said. \/ lANd/ ...w... ......,..*.TlNM h4mi ...l '
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The fisheries biologist said that / WEAthelARE Almost HER; ,BU.r-( ..1.._.. ''I. mrfMnl ..... Prrfm ,' II. j
when going after sunshines or -. .., .... ......"fI' SAVE UP TO 50*ON

stripers recommended.at least"They a 15-pound are test definitely line is Yoc.....,.., l.owm.R lr' Coat 04 \ngArrwa9 yov-R .hom'E'ii'Irts; 1g.sqr YOUR HEATING BILLS, I

strong fish. They have the pulling WIT INSU I We Finaaco Up toSAWYERSLIDE IttmitlE
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It Was .: Bucks Ji;,..;..t. 7.' ;... ,.." ,i ..' ,.'f.,.,.. ,;:,>' .,.". '... :.'' .
BIG Weekend for ri .' ''
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Camp Blanding Hunt Reserve >, : I '. You're Invited To A '. i I

II i It was a weekend for big bucks at beauty killed by Norman Barber of Also 1 turkey "was taken as 384 .' Mircrowave CookingDemonstration I Ihi
Camp Blanding last weekend ,as Late Asbury. hunters worked the Blanding) woods "
muzzlelaadera brought down 7 doer A local hunter' -. George Ash of during the Saturday-Sunday hunt. ;
averaging 105 pounds apiece. Kingsley Lake added a 110 pound, Blanding will be quiet this weekend Il '
"That's" pretty exceptional size- 4-point to the list, and two Jacksonville before opening up bright and early November 17 -of
wise' noted. Blanding' wildlife men Paul Perry and Michael Saturday. Nov. 14, for the first day of "I
biologist Jim Garrison. He said the Whitehead added bucks In the the general hunt season. Ill Two Convenient Times
biggest buck was a 131 pound 7-point 90-pound-pIus range.
Jennings Tract Offers 5-7 pmT 7 9 pm

Another Hunting SiteIf This demonstration is sponsored by Litton.
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hunters don't draw quota permitsat will reduced prices
We offer special
The LLLII'W'Club Blanding they can go to Raiford,as
we said last week, or....they can try on mircrowaves during this demonstration
the relatively new Jennings Tract
near Middleburg, which is now under
Commission Florida Game management.& Fresh Water., Fish Sawyer-Slade Gas & Appliances.

No quota permit is required at Jen- 332 W. Madison St.. Starke
nings, the 20,000 acre tract which ac 'II'iUra.*...I InfttnaiflM ton X'W" *at 984-7701
cording Commission officials
houses a good population of deer and / --
turkey. For hunt permits, maps, and iii .
ae nformation hunters should check '
J with San Lebrydo Lumber Co. In Mid- -

Aft Bat feted I in mr Hunt Ciub.M Ueburg.

tot ,' ;' t roll', from the. Bradford. ..cV -'i

Union or Ktystana Hgts.
area and take a buck a ,
turkey ar other big garni &: y
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tea us the size; weight toca.Hon. centers

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Deer -

GEORGE ASH of Kingsley Lake- 110 pound 4-point at Camp Blanding the 87.88 87.88
muzzle-loader weekend of Oct.31-Nov. 1. .
.. Thundertrall,Huffy Designed in the
Swaal
DWAYNE HARDEE of Starke- 6 pt. mule deer In Wyoming. styling that kaapa fey har Huffy rolling! Loll BMX trsdition Racing style' saddlesingle .
pop pink and arctic whit with MX : speed with coaster Drape
MIKE JACKSON of Starke-8 pt. buck deer in Wyoming. saddia and axclutlva graphics For :Smooth n aleek blue finish with20lM"alagger
tha hi'gal on the go!2031 black tv.s..2a321

J.L. BRADLEY of Kingsley Lake- 9 pt. mule deer.

SYDNEY JACKSON of. Starke- 4 pt. mule deer in Wyoming. .

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OWEN AJL.VAREZ of Starke- spike mule deer in Wyoming. ,

BUCK NORMAN of Starke-8 pt. mule deer in Wyoming. }
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ESTAN MOSHER of Starke- 4 pt. mule deer in Wyoming. ,

VERNON CROSBY of Starke- spike mule deer in Wyoming..

RICKY ALVAREZ of Starke-spike mule deer in Wyoming. 99 88 u...'.Carrara by Huffy Slatk' styling with tilvary' finish
and 10 speed parciaion gearing systam Built rothe '
MARK"CHUNKY"REDDISH of Starke-spike buck during.muzzleloaderseason. man who demand.performance1 28' D2M2 al
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Micro Pre fey Huffy Who aaya the big
guys hive all .... fun The honest
of 3 buck during muzzleloaderseason. Dike on the sidewalk! Safety front
TERRY HARDEE Keystone Heights- pt. cushioned handlebar' ,blue finl.h.ndplw
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There's plenty of hunters getting a Jump on Florida's hunting season start HUF'riirV
with trips to Georgia but not many get a special trip like an 11 man party from
the area enjoyed recently- 18 day excursion to beautiful Wyoming.The .
local party, which Included Dwayne Hardee Mike Jackson, Sydney -
Jackson,Owen Alvarez,Buck Norman,Estan Moaner,Vernon Crosby Ricky -
Alvarez,and J.J.Jackson from Starke,J.L.Bradley from Kingsley Lake,and
Mike Waters of Middleburg.packed up into 2 motor homes pulling a jeep and 1
Bronco and carried even more back-10 buck mule deer 5 buck antelope,and l DDal BUITERS
.4 doe antelope to be exact. centers
Mr. Bradley didn't hunt,he was Just along for the vacation,but the other 10
took their legal limit, one mule deer (bucks only) and an antelope apiece for
all but Sydney. Jackson,who hunted just for the mule deer and got his 4 point

,prize. 3 Piece ,
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'; Include your IwMina.9o.y In our Hunting Tall.. Bath .

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Bradford." Bassmasters. 6.99 2.91 / /
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$ I i111eit Crawford 'I think to help correct the problemin
turdaa, Oct. 10th ,the Bradford Orange, the dam' on US 301 will
smi\U\ s.held their regular mon- have to be removed, let the lake go Ineg dar 8.99 BtHINIIonr
hg. lag.3LN
I' tournament on Orange. & down.. Remember it dried up many
Lakes. years ago, but' it came back better
( going' Is pretty rough in than ever. BtensFlannel
I > Corky Rowe States that he ,Holding lake at the same level, Delta 4 Roll
sometimes works against(old Mother.
ruined a new prop at the landing. .
,'_The water is low and the hydiTUa 'Nature). '. n I I I
high. At 5 p.m.: all bassmasters returnedfor Bath,
It took Edwin Johns about 45 the weigh in. Shirts
minutes to go through Cross Creek After each bassmaster weighed his Tissue
from Lochloosa: to Orange. catch, Ed Johns was the winner,with
Bobby Allen and I fished Orange second place going to Hershel
sometimes,)in Sept. the going was Mustek.
real bad then, as the lake continues to Marvin Godwin landed the largest 3.97
drop it will be even worse.. bass for the dayK In behalf of our club .78
Hopefully we will get.some much I..Would Jike to congratulate there
needed rain before long. three bassmasters.
I was on Lake Bryant last.Thurs Next, tournament will be Sat. Nov. Ieg. I$7 ...
day, Friday and Sat. Lake Bryant is 7th. Location will be decided later.
getting in bad shape. We landed. I 3,5'oz. BarsFacial is
nice string of bass. Kle.nex 200 Ct. Box
Fishing seems to be best In early,
La, b
morning or late.evening, or. night is, ouyTiuue ,
good too.Getting. ; -
back to Orange&,Locbloosalakes. A group of owls it '
known at a parliament., 1
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: in a Concert Saturday 8 p.m. Tickets Rev. J.J. Jones, Antioch";: Baptist noon, Nov. 19th 6 p.m. ,' .. ''' Fun Run Goes' 'Off

:; by Elizabeth G.Walker may be purchased from any memberof Church, Jacksonville, Fl., .. Guest Both Choirs and usher boards are ,Autumn Siih

phone M4-M83 the choir. Choir. Pleasant Grove Baptist of asked to attend Jerusalem Baptist

?@ New Hope Baptist Church I Keystone. Saturday, Nov.' 7th, Rev. Church, Oiustee Fl., Sunday, Saturday' Morning in StarkeStarting

:: Dell Chapter 1C*O.E.S. November 8, Sunday School 10 a.m. Alphonso Jenkins, Cnlvary Baptist November 15th at 11:00: a.m. for their

.: Dell Chapter 168 monthly meeting At 3 p.m. the Outreach Chorus will be Church Starke and St. John Baptist Ushers Anniversary.The time Is 9 Saturday Nov. 7, for the Third Annual Autumn Sun
.: will be held Thursday November 12, In a Concert at Greater Freewill Baptist Church, Starke and St. John Baptist, a.m. ,
Fun Run Starke's road race of the year.
only
7:30 in the Masonic hall Brownlee Church. Melrose., and Philadelphia Baptist
: on ((6.2 miles) and a one-mile fun run.
slated meter
Two the
are 10,000
'.::: Street. All members are asked to at Choir Federation will begin their Church, Lawtey. Sunday. Morning Eastcoast Ministers and races Florida Track Club winning the 10K; race
Last Lawson of the
it was
Deacon Union, Mt. Slant year Tony
Rev. Associationwill
tend. anniversary Monday, November 9-15 Nov. 8, 11 a.m. Phillips Emmanuel the mile run.
of Starke taking
with Cindy Griffith Snell originally ,
Church Activities at Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. The Baptist Church, Jacksonville, convene with Calvary Baptist finishers in nine men's age groups
East Florida Conference will begin speaker will be Elder Japan Ruise of Fla. Guest Choir, Mt. Moriah Church, Starke, Fla., Rev. A. Trophies will be awarded to first-place men's and women's race win-
November 5-8 in Jacksonville. The Sanderson, Fl. The activities will Methodist Church, Starke. Dinner Jenkins, Pastor, on Thursday night and in six women's groups, plus a trophy to the ,

following churches will be included: start each night at 7:30.: will be served on the grounds, Sunday Nov. 27 through Sunday Nov. 29. All ner Second In both eventa.finishers in all will receive a free dinner a.* McDonalds,
place
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Mt. Zion New Bethel Baptist Church: The afternoon 3 p.m. Rev. Tillman, Mt. members are asked to attend. third finishers will receive groups free roast beef samdwhlch. finishers
place a
A.M.E. Churc, Lawtey, and Greater Church and Pastor's Anniversary will Moriah Baptist Church, Gainesville, and will
will receive Sun-Run T-shirt. Also the oldest youngest runners
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, Starke. begin Thursday night, Nov. 5th at 7:30: Fla., and Rev. Weeks, Elizabeth Baptist First Born Church of Christ The a ,

The new conference year will start p.m. and continue nightly through Church, Lake Butler. Commu-- Quadrannial Assembly will begin in receive trophies. Sate Bank
office Community
4 arJ available at the Telegraph ,
nion services Waycross, Georgia, beginning Nov. Applications
November 8. Sunday, Nov. 8th. Will end with 3:00: immediately following.All .
Bret and Sunshine Acres and all Athletic Attic stores in Gainesville,
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist p.m. service that afternoon..Services 9-22, at the Mother Church. All churches Jerry's,
fees for the event
members asked In' this area, England and Lakes City,Jacksonville and St.Augustine. Pre-registration
Church: The Triple Choir anniversary throughout the week will be as are to please
Bahamas will attend. This will be $4 and$4.50 the day of the race. Anyone wishing to register on the day
will terminate November follows: Thursday night, Nov. 5th, cooperate with all activities of the i is a grand
of the is asked down before 8:00: a.m. Proceeds will go to the
to
week. is invited attend. event every four years. race come
21 with a Banquet and Steak Dinner. Elder S. White and congregation, Everyone to Children and will be matched by
Bradford-Union for Retarded
There will be services Monday, True Canaan Church of God in Unity. Deacon J. Royal is asking all Association '

.. Wednesday,& Friday 18, 20 and 21. Friday night, Nov. 6th, Rev. J. Robinson members of District Number 2 to federal grants.
Fees should be made
: Reverend Willie Hampton will appear Royal Tab Jacksonville, Fl.! & meet at the church Thursday after- to:


Autumn Sun Fun Run
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P.O. Box 509

I i Ads- : Huntl.y Starke,.FL 32091

-Keystone Heights
Recfteorn'sSERVICES The race is cosponsored by the Bradford County Telegraph and the Com-

'
"The'lO.OOolneter run will be held on a slightly different course this year (see

; PERSONAL FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS HOMES FOR FOR RENT 4734940I map In advertisement). It starts at the back of the Bradford Square shopping

SERVICES center on Edwards road, goes west on Edwards Road around the loop and
LAKE LOT on sand bottom.d .1 NGO. AMERICAN SALE SBR .. then back east on Butler Rd. (SW 2nd ave). The trail then Jogs to the left at
HOMt-CH/A. )
: CARPENTER WORK: lake In Hiller.... $BOO LEGION HALL SR21. 2BA month. :Lake access$330( .. :::$VIJi I | 473 4252J Epperson and then right onto Lafayette. Take a right on Orange St., right on

Remodeling work. kltch.n. down $146.44 per month. Saturdays. 7 p.m. and Sundays 3BR 2BA HOME In Silver 376-0078.per tfnchg618FURNISHED J Repefrs Of ....... Edwards, right on Westmoreland, left on Lafayette, left on Epperson, left on
Ridge Silver
cabinets and ..rlmcarp.nt.r. Phon. 473-4058 or 2 to 5, Public Invited overlooking COTTAGE 1 1 I I l Edwards Rd., and back to the finish line at the starting point.
Lake Two f
miles '
Reasonable 473-4367 after 6 p.m. tfnchg 10/15 schools toKeystone "bedroom 1 bath furnished EUrtric AppHemxM' The one mile run has the same start and finish but just loops one time r-

prices. Call Ed Dempsey at LAKE tfnchg LOTS 7/30 AND ACREAGE- OVERIATIRSANONYMOUS'Aro owned road, on 41000.county cottage on Little Lake Serving Bradford* Cloy. down Orange and then back down Westmoreland Street and back to the finish

473-7054 b.tw..n 7:30: you Geneva $225 month /
11 3/4% per Counr/es
a.m. to 5:30: p.m. tfnchg Keystone Height, own.rfinanc.d addicted to food? I I. your mortgage376.0O18.tfnchg618 Keystone Heights Realty line.Age groups are for men: 13-andunder14-17, 18-21,22'25,26-29,30-34,35-39.

7/2 Lots 10 p.rc.nt clear sand Interest. weight' affecting the way GOING OVER SEAS-MUST Realtor, 473-4961 tfnchg Lawrence .W. Keystone 40-49, 5G-and-over. For women: 13-and-under, 14-19,20-24,25-29,30-39,40-and-
on you live life? Call
CARPENTRY AND your ONE HALF OF DOUBLE OF.
MASONARY WORK build bottom.d lake, priced to O.A. No dues no f..., noweighins. SELL cute 2 bedroom FICE for rent a/c. itiiutnrsinstuuuuiSTEVE over.
.ell from 9900. On. to house, lake ac...,
patios, additions remodeling five lake Open meeting beautiful, large woodedlot carpeting. $80 per month,: BROADWAY
ocr.ov.rlooklng
homes and tile work. Tuesday nights at 7:30: 470 Lawrence Blvd.
assumable
(access available) with p.m. at St. Ann. mortgageat TREE
Also painting. Freeestimates. 9V4. Keystone 473-4472 Jackie SERVICE
call
nice tree from 3500. owner
Episcopal Church
Phon. 473-4473
10/22
$500 down $50 a month. 473-2735 evenings. tfnchg tfnchg Removal .
Keystone Heights.Meetings .
during day. tfnchg 8/6 Commercial frontageInvestment .. also held 10/29 OFFICE SPACE for rent P".eN :, ee.tee
HYPNOSISop.nlng practice Keystone Office Center, *
Tiiinmlngit
of Mark David WI... B.A.. opportunity. Thursday. at 9:30 a.m. In call 475.2160 after 4:00: ? Wealth
Now offering services for SR21N. Owner-salesman. the Starke Recreational GENE REESE p.m. tfnchg 10/29 Fret Estimate jar 2epeadacti'e
for 473-4375. tfnchg 8/6 Bldg. In Starke. For Information .
prescription hypnosis jt!
AKC DOBERMANS'.Top REALTYGENE 800 LOMAX STREET.JACKSONVILLE ((904)) 354-2817
troddltionol and Individual or emergency h.lp.
applications (smoking, quality only. You are invited call 473-2790 or 964-8587. YARD SALE
REESE. REALTOR
weight' control. doctor to visit our kennels. tfnchg 8/27 473-4732 e ABORTION: TO 14 WEEKS'' '

referral stress r.ductlon. 4751228. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUScIosed SATURDAY AND SUNDAY After 5 P.M.
WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN OAK FOREST 3 November 7 and 8. Furniture OUTPATIENT TUBAL CATION
.tc.) Please call Galnsville.
bedroom 1 BA S 1.,.
tfnchg 7/2 on and furnishings Htights
3763545. for appointment meetings Monday' at Bp.m. Kiystorw
'/-ACRE LOTS for sale from til. acres. five oak ond next to Griffin. lodge on
Open Fri.
tfnchg 86UNWANTED meetings A NON-PROFIT QUALITY HEAL TH CARE CENTER SINCE 1973
fruit ... TiltsI 111111111J111tf
HAIR $2,995. Restricted with days 8 p.m. Alanon. tr. Extra well Lake Santa F. Hwy 21

DESTROYED FOREVER! lake acc.... 3772808. Monday at 8 p.m., and septic tank so that a South between Keystoneand
tfnchg 618REMINGTON mobile home be added Melrose. Look for
Why settle for t.mporory? Alateen-Monday's 7 p.m. can
Call for appointment RIFLE All meetings at the Educational Recently appraisedby signs. 475.2133 Itchg 11/5
4737033. Amy's Elec automatic, 243 model 742 Building. Community bank for $31.900. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14

trolysis.' 490 lawr.nc. with scope. Like n.w $350. Church. 475.2163 tfnchg 35000. Deer Springs Rd. Follow Starke Ads Cont. '
Blvd., Keystone. 9/24 tfn Phone 473-3697 1 tod 11/5 10/13 WOODLAND ACRES signs: 9'00 o.m. till 4:00:

EXPERT carpentry, great (SINGER SEWING MACHINE) I I L.ONELV Send Stamp for Beautiful 3 BR. 2 BA p.m. Misc. Items Itchg .

referrences, satisfaction Repossesied Singer free Information. New home on 1.4 acres. Paved 11/5
guaranteed. Call 473-2834 Golden Touch n' S.w. on. Singles Magazine Box driveway,. landscaped THIS SATURDAY 3 family

before 8 a.m. or aft.r 7 of Singers finest sews 880.(G9)) Boynton Beach. ,. fireplace. Many yard sale on Brooklyn Boy FOR RENT FOR SALE HOMES PERSONAL
\ 9/24 tfnPAINTINGWALL blind hems stretch stitches Fl. 33435 tfnchg 10/29 rd. off SR21, rain or shine.
p.m. PAPERING button holes, energy laving .sros.Designer 473-2185 Itchg 11/5 FOR SALEKEYSTONESTAIKE SERVICESCOOL
drop... ONE BEDROOM APART.
monograms, sews on buttons USED NEWSPAPER .
pressure washing Craftmanshipl freeestimates. .,C. Sold n.w at CARS & Recently redecorated. MENT Completely furnished ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x AREA SEAL FOR TRAILER

473-3773 Exp.rt $389.00 balance$83,88 or TRUCKSIPECIAL $49.100. Mike with all utilities. Ideal 36" 25. each. Bradford TOPS moteriols labor
TFN McNabb
New home for sale. Also
11/5 easy terms.Will take old.r LAKE LOTS BLDG. LOTS for couple or working County Telegraph. furnished $75.00.
quality built, homes,. $22
YARD WORK-HOUSE WORK machine as partial payj, 74 BOBCAT 3 door, OWNER FINANCED 'at Roof Repairs gentleman. 964-6806. 964-6303. tfn. 431-1821.4/16 tfn. 1
,. Itchg 11/05 NEW NEW & USEDl per sq. ft. built on your lot"er"'o'ursn'Adams '
painting. hauling.anythinQt,475.72O m rtt. Call cr.dlt manage,, 'automatic, "A'.C'low .12" .wll"2O".down.. CARPET. ,' SILLS SAW SHOP: CompleteshorpenIn
i for free home trial. Collect V*,mileage.!.., 473-2678. keep located In :Sky Lights Installed 2 BEDROOM TRAILER on one Furniture & Appliances SHall. .. !!! : service cir- j"
before t
;> '
900am. oraft.r50Op.m.Hon.st.R.Hobisi : .* '245.5165.2Ich11/5 11/12 trying If no answer. Ifchg Keystone/Melrose area. Gutters Installed & acre. $150 per moryh. Plumb. fixtures ono):pipes. .' o'41301415.2128''to 6/4 l=ula,1' hqnih carbide. *,
I 4tpd I I/S 11/5 Mobile Home Roofs security Won't ;pe BARGAIN CENTER ;US 301' TFfchg. ''chdlry moWer blade hollow j f
HELP c)LDS CUTLASS 72 56.000 Office4737076Eves. H Repaired available until Nov. 9. No South 964.6679, 25"tfnchg. CUStOMr'HOMESi rnow ground''ond' balanced. I

: WANTEDUSED miles Delta 88 has 88,000 ..Peg Reese4733265 more than 2 children. Call under construction Leave at Jackson Building l
: WANTEDWORKING miles both In outstanding Aluminum Roof Coating after 5 p.m. 964-5882. Itpd LIMEROCKi 20 yard semi-. overlooking ,Starke Country Supply in Starke, Keystone f

I condition. Completely Installed 1 11/OS loads. only.' Phone Club. Adams and Hall Heights' or Lake Butler. :
: CLASS HEROES PAWN SHOP FOR RENT 108E. 72-3172. Lawtey. ALLEN Builders. Phone 473-2056 TFchg
WILSON T-2000 tennis equlpt. Melrose 475.2350.Classified Quality
call 473-2210 Employment Service. Serving Workmanship Coil St. Carpet A/C.. TAYLOR. 7/30 If... or 475-2123. 6/4 TFchg. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS -
racquets or
473.4380 after 5:00 Keystone Heights and it fair prices heat. Next to Williams DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN 3 BR HOME Work shop .

TFN 10/29 : p.m. Melrose areas. Low fees, ( Ads Get Results '496-3819 Jewelry. $265 per mo., HOUSE .301 South barns, trailer hook.up. on Phone 964.5148 or 9647619.
4734472. 10/8 tfn negotiable. Phone Mark
944-4740. We Buy and Sell 9 ocr... SR-100 S. Call TFchg
964-7189; 9645648. Itchg Used Furniture and. Ap. SEWING MACHINES
964-8350. $48.500. 10/01
11/05 ... 8/13 tfn. REPAIRED
All makes
I -Union County AdsREAL SHOP ON 301 for rent. 1100 PUll BRED REGISTERED cleaned oiled and ad-

square feet. $360' p.r mo. ANGUS BULL 3-yr. old. HOMES lusted. $15. Work

Phone 964.5648; 964-7189. Phone 964-8356. James Strawberry Acres-3BR,. guaranteed James

Itchg 11/03 Gaskins. TFNchg 5/14. 2BA 9.2 acres, fenced, Strickland corner MorganRd.
PERSONAL FOR SALEFREE INSURANCEMAINES HELP WANTEDJOBS MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE, RECONDITIONED TVS Color stocked ponds.' $58.000. and Hwy 16. TFchg

ESTATE SERVICES HOME PARK mobile homes starting at $100.00. e..t .... CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed

ENGLISH IVY Pampus INSURANCE AGENCY OVERSEAS) BIG, and spaces for rent. Trade-In welcome. Phone lawteyi 3 BR,.1 blk. from Free estimates. HandyMan .

LOOKING FOR a special CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES Grass $4 and $7.50. hang. : 160 S. Lake Av.., Lake MONEY FAST! $20000 to Recreational vehicles 964-8212. 6/11 tfn. school shady.SJ4.000. Fenc.'Co. 9648559.
ing basket closeout: 4" HB Butler.' 496-3978. Complete $50.000 plus Call welcome. Phone 468-7912.: OAK FIREWOOD FOR SALE Reduced 22000. TFpd. 12/81' "
piece of property If I Free estimates. Local per year. ............. ',' '
don't have it. I'll find it-Just distributes for completely $1.50.; 6" HB $2.50: 8" HB. Insurance Service. TFN 17168426000. Ext. 5005. TFchg Truckload. $10.00. Call TYPEWRITER. REPAIR) Call

ask....JANE S. USHER washable nationally $330; 10" HB. $4.50 and llpd 11/5. HOUSEKEEPING and sleep.' Sunshine Acre, 964-7699, Extra nice 3BK home- the Of(ice, 'S JoP. 110 W.

REALTOR 496-2126 or advertised Gardsette 10" Orchid Cactus $7. FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS Ing room TV. and air. or come out between 9:30: lawtey $26.000.0wn.r Call St.. Staike, for details.
CONTRARY MARY'S YARD SALEFRI Underwood Motel. 3 miles and 3:00 pm and well fin. Submit terms. 964-5764.,tfnV-
496-2903. ... "Your Draperies. SAW Enterprises !
.v. GARDEN. SR 121 In North of Starke on Hwy. load. 10/08 tfn ...........*. CLASS, CUT ORDER
JO
Union County Realtor tfn Ed or Loma
3/26. Stephen. 4962219. LaCrosse. 462-1361, closed AND AD. SAT Our Junk May be 301. 10/9 tfnMO.lE USED COLOR TVS CartersTV Award Winning newly Doors windows' otc.JACKSON. .

FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE CUSTOM COMBINE WORK Sunday and Monday. 3tchg DING MACHINES FOR Your Treasure! Nov. 6 and HOMES: Highway 16 782-3577. We accept remodeled home on BUILDING, SUpp.

NEEDSCall Venera Brown Call Joe Usher 496.2126 or 10/2210/291115. RENT Union County Times, 7, 9 am til 5 pm. SR.121. and Hwy. 16 and 225.CI.anl VISA and MasterChorge. Hwy. 100E. Must see to ,L Y" ?64-6078fOrd; also
496-3022. Sandy Haien 496-2903. TFN 8/20. WELDING SHOP AND 85 SW 2nd Ave.. lake south h.s... ) Call 468-1323. 3/12 10/15 IfnMOIIU appreciate. Screened taken i.,\' .Lake Butler.
EQUIPMENT: located In Butler., We also repairoffice past arena tfn HOME SERVICE porches front back. ..96-307' and Keystone
496-3994 BABYSITTING ,
Gerri Lennon
eves thru
or : Monday
dirt road"to right acro.srailroad 3 BR 1
Hampton. Selling due to BA LIVING ROOM POLES 100 ,
$135
machine Phone :
4963140. Tiffin and Friday. Snack., hot lunch. 'amps ; utility rmwork.hop.4en. Heights, 4714973.; 2/26
tracks. Follow
Owens. Inc. Realtors RI. 2 Well supervised fenced poor health. Phone 496-2261 for more Informa- dining room & kitchen 200 amps. $225. Call H/A. range. refrig.. tfn. .
483-1244 I evenings. 2tchg tion. TFN 1O/1. signs. Itchg 11/05 central heat and air. In anytime, 964-6365. Starke.
$' 5.000. NEW AND USED WATER
Box 788. Lake Butler, FL. yard. Ask for Evelyn at .'"
Phone ... ...... .
tIn chg 8/6. 4963923. TFN 10/1. 11/3 11/12. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 Hampton. 4681779. 10/29 tfn CONDITIONERS Sales and

: LAND FOR SALE Pro I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP SEARS TWIN BED Never used bedroom. 1 both on 1/2 PERSONAL'SERVICES ((1st months rent In ad. GAS HEATERS gas stoves; Super Bargain.' 3BR 2Ba Service Call fof free water

vidence. 2 1/2 acre and 5 YOUR CHILD: Of any age in $95. new Simmons double acre of land no kids no vanc.)5/7) tfn electric stove; misc. furniture on 3 lots In South gat. analysis and Information

acre tracts, $3,000 p.r my home Monday thru Fri. bed $200. frost free pets. Also one acre mobile TRAILER LOTS High and dry; : lamp Call w/l4'x23' screened 964-5673. 3/12 If n.
acre. Bates Real Estate day' from 7 a.m. until 6 refrigerator $150 Early home lot for rent. Phone oak shade trees; 2 miles 964-6365. 10/29 tfn patio utility bldg. Price

752.0895. 4tpd 10/27 11/4 p.m. Hot lunch and snacks. American sofa loveseatm 496-2308. 10/27 TFN. SERVICE WORK:, Electrical South, on US-301. 9648238. 2 STEERS Angus eras*. $200 inc. patio ."r.... misc.. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
choir-like new $475,, dm- 9/3 tfn each. Call SERVICE Bradford
11/11 11/18. Call 496-3731. 2tps 10/27 plumbing carpet installation 964-5772. 11/05 lawn tools, riding lawnmower County
'/4. nette set $85 queen size repair appliances ON KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR, 2 2tchg 11/12 .,washer 4 dryer residential' pump-outs.
bedroom suite cost $2,000 BA home with large living BRAHMA BULL $50. We also
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME trailer hook-up repair 4 / yr* old. refrig.. range-$SS.OOO. re-lay drain
At 385 2nd Ave. Meals and like new $800 king size' WANTEDMOBILE mowers Install and cut room; dining room; kitchen 1200 pounds. $675. Call43"15620r"31.1833.ltchg *............ lines Phone 964-8121.
bed$1 50, color console TV : screened porch; heat 5/28 TFchg.CARPENTRY .
,'- snacks. Phone 4963488.: glass Install! pumps Install 3BR. 2Ba.,, Spanish styL
AAA Itchg 11/4. 2 years old $400. Phone HOMES WANTED: anl.nna.i. clean out and AC. $325 per month. 11/03 home on specious lot in WORK General

REAL ESTATE YARD SALE 7552397. Providence. Will pay cash for your used heaters. Install heaters. Call 533-2818 or 533-2196. HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR Stark. 32000. repairs: roofing, painting

AGENCYPh. 7. Side of: Saturday.Spires Store.Nov. Itchg 115.SIMMONS mobile home. Ray Powell RIVERS, '''HARDWARE FURNITURE 10/15 4tchg 11/03 Work real good. $35. Call ........*.... Call 7823669. 10/22 2tchg
WATERBED: $200. 496-3377. TFN 4/16. ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small 964-5617. Itchg tl/OS ecr.lot 10/29
In On 1 .
751-0577 Clothes, appliances, all 85 EasE Main Street Country
double bed $60. recliner WANTED Responsible cottage with hoot and air. ASHLEY EXPERIENCED
household party IMPERIAL wood 3 BR 1 BA partially completed PAINTERi Interior
,
Very nice 2 ../1 BAhome chlldrens goods $95. girls bedroom suite to take over payments on Lake Butler Florida 32054. Nov. 15 thru May 15. heater. $200. Less than A-frome homo or exterior work.

born end 4 acres toys etc. 8 a.m. S37S coffee w/2 end Spinet Console Piano. Can 496-2241 Open dotty. Mon. Winter rates. NO PETS. consumer price. Ph. with stocked. pond Neat and reliable, free

(leered). Large YARD,until SALE 1 p.m..Jtpd 11/4.. tables $130 sofa chair ottoman be seen locally. Writ. Mr. thru Sat.. 8 am til,6> pm. Call 5332366. Deposit r.qulr.d. 473-2967. If no answer, 19500. I estimates. Call 964-6971
Nov.
(convertible) utility Saturday $250. washer $123 Foster P.O. Box 561, 10/22 tfn keep trying: Itpd 11/05 vltod 1105EXPERIENCED
7. 9 a.m. until 4 511 Classified Ads
2-cer Oak p m.
room
carport. dryer $95. Phone 755-2397 Astor Fla. 32002. UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 404 2
4tpd YR. OLD HEIFER: Whiteface Soon
Moving
Grove SW 12 St.: (Shaw's Additlon.
erea."PinchGut". 3 BR/IVt .) Baby clothes ((0-2 12X60 Providence. Itchg 11/5. 10/22 10/20 11/3 11/12., Get Results i!; 'stove N. Cherry St. New carpet:. with calf. Call Into New Offices. CHILD CARE
MOBILE' HOME 2 and NO
.. refrig. PETS. 9646528. Itpd 11/03 ,
IA. family reem.fireplace. year,) family clothes, 301 S. in Lawtey Infant, preschool. Monday
utility. Over 25 jackets. shoes, dr....,. bedroom 1 1/2 bath furnished S195 per mo., $100 security 1973 MAVERiCKt Runs. Watch for Future thru Friday. Big' yard and

acres high and dry farmIng curtainsbedspreads.. Hot-, A/C washer, NEW deposit. Call 964-8082 after $100.00. Also have a Kenmore A""ounc'."! t,. hot meals. $25 week.
per
LISTING ..
land.ebc.lI.nt. dryer, I acre lot. Pro- i I' 6 pm. 10/29 tfn ) dish washer '
.. References.
point refrigerator $100.
Buy. :3 BR/1 Much more llpd 11/4. vidence. $200 per month. Lake Butler Area KINGSLEV LAKE 2 bedroom $100.00. Call. 473-4432. Janet M.,Starling 1O/292tpd 11/OS 468-2440

BA on 2 acr... Large carport Phone 755-2397. Itchg unfurnished, CB horn with Mod IIOSDINETTE DO YOU MAIL CHRISTMAS
R.altor,7I2-3931
end g.rd.n area. J -5'1. Acres 'with Mobil. and] carp. and drapes: kitchen TABLE with' Michael.Cooney GIFTS. Save time, money
home pool i
Brick steel and oak con equipped. $300 p.r month chair;' small desk., and
struction.Invest High Cost of Living Got You Down cabana also large open barn SR-235. I Ii'10 plus deposit., NO PETS. 964.7329 after 5:30: 'pm.Itchg 'I Assoc.. 944-M27 9648813.postage.No Call

in this 3 BR/t BA to 40 Acres on SR-121 wooded. Ideal Year round. 5332518.. 11/03 .. tfnchgOeIbsavy1Ipst 10/1541pd 1105Mobile obligation.
home In Waldo. Has I (for hometlte.l ".. 10/29 3tchgll1l2 1974 FORD MOTOR' .360.. '
large (ever 1500 so,. ft.) I PRIVATE TRAILER LOTS; In A-l condition. $330. Call
metal out buIldln 2mobile LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow ...-20 i Acres whh homo. Fronts 3 roods has country. 2% mile from 964-8263or964-5030. Itchg I

hem hook-ups I some financing available. ,' I Starke. Owner furnishes II/OS' Homes
and ever 3 of land. FbftJtn ind Domtifi
"3 BR/I BA.acre fenced yard taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR ] ...Saw Mill Business with lork'llft. Also contract water, all other hook-ups COLOR TV 23''RCA work Moved
aree in. Call 964-6365 Ing. Call ....8424. Itchg ; AlUl D alr C.itSW
shade tree*. Could becheaper (
then August occupancy. These ,all electric anytime. 10/29 Hn I 11/05 / MUFFLERS Local or statewide

right buyer. (SW rent 12th St.to) units are spacious, with lots of closet I available. APARTMENTS 2 BR, $275; i FARM TRACTOR: 1968 Oliver moves. Set-up & connections -.

Two Attractive .Home and all have wall-to-wall BR. $250; Efficiencies. 60 hp diesel tractor Excellent done. Cal

.In Shew Addition. W/W space, carpet-"' I".."., ,x on -these $200. Electric Included.Call condition. 2000. 1. 62; .4587 evening.
carpeting centre! ..... ing, drapes and kitchen appliance On listings right away"JANE 964-8404. 10/29 2tchg 964-6273. I Itchg 11/03

end A/C. Investment site laundry facilities. Rental assistancefor S. 11/05 ,lEFRIOIRATORPRIIZfldouble ..
USHER ,
equity. i ) door. $150 or best,
Acreage of all type qualified applicants.For Mary Kay offer. Encore 964-3648; TMi Ylomca

.vellebU.Notary. applications and information, 496-2126 or 496-2903 964-7189. Itchg 11/05 ''I = \9

eVer Union Service County* please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th' St.,: Lake 90 W. Main St.. Lake Butler, Fla. CosmeticsLouise. SCOMI HOUSI SEE OF BARGAINS US AT THE InLowtey. SHOP

John Langlord Jr.ReeherAocleto. Butler Florida 32054 Starling a "owe*it I.
Call
or 4963141. "Your Union County Realtor" Full line of -....

4 "''M J Equal Housing Opportunity ;. .y Night. 473-3092 clothing:, children end : ...
adult at bargain price ..

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Is. TUESDAY WANTEDINFORMATION WANTEDSECRITARVi HOMES FOR SALE
NOON
SCRATCH DENT HOMI I IN.TSRIOR .
.bl-! GOOD PRICES PAID for used
,f).:" preceding Thursday SALEt Some ( ON mobile homes If mortgage FOR SALE 1 '
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before publication. Christmas Hem, misc. AlASKAN AND OVERSEAS Full lime. First 'Is 3/4 paid or more OLIN'SMOBILE ,
clothes United Methodist Church. i /rWiflcar
1103 Pratt
Minimum Sti
charge $2.50 ) employment. Excellent In. HOME SALES,
19B1 MOBILI HOMESt
ACREAGE
.;Tins)! :* (Cover 15 Words) -1114 Saturday pm.! Itchg Nov 11/05 7, 8:30 am com. Potential call Salary resumes up to to P.$8500.O. Box Send 157, 9645606. Open 7 days payment darting at 2.27 acre heavily wood ,

.'!jflijJ03: Each word over 15 is 10' FRI R SAT Nov. 6 and 7. 730 312-741-9760. ext. 4258. Stork. Florida 32091. WE weukly.BUY AXLES TFchg i TIRES w 147.00 per month. John ed. $6500. Cash or Sub. I REALTY
-. Nat 1O/294tpd 11/19
; responsible for errors am til 500: pm. Dishes, Itchg 11/05 axles + 4 tires $135.00. Brown Mobile Ham.Cent.r. Terms.i5

.'I t) 'J. when given over the pot, pans, toasters, Del. to Olin MH. Hwy. 100 4733773.49tfnchg. 5f5 5f5 f5f5 5 .....

dj I.'Id phone or when copy Is not vacuum cleaner sewing POLICE DEPT. W Starke. 964-5606. TFchg Hwy lOOEIAc.lottt.OOO. PHONE 964-7776

1 l.!' typed and brought to the Ingle machine bedV, double and TV. RADIO DISPATCHERMust POSITIONS WANTED mechanics Used and tools, both 16 1/2 PERCENTI "Price. 15.5..5f555f ,TMWIIUGAR CECILIA 205 N. Templer Starke
carpenters.
office. AVAILABLE leader of the South" with
bedspreads linen, cheat .
Club :
Phone 964-8331 or Country -Hwy.230
of be IB ye.rs.oI the lowest rate of 16 1/2
drawers deck, hl-chalr. 468-1551. 9/11 tnchg 2.3 Ac. Zoned R1A. Irs INCREDIBLE
baby cor seat and walker age or older and high SUPERVISOR. to super- WANTED: Mobile Home Ax- percent! Large selection of 20000. w,'..PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
j YARD SALE carpet and 1974 Maverick 6 school graduate. Must visa two work superintendents I.s, Paying the best price 12, 14 and 24 wades Factory ;. .fKif.....
cyl. 7 mi. south of Stark be able to type and work and 2 assistantsIn for good condition axles. owned and operated. 10 Acr..i large 'barn SPECIAL

and BIO BARN SALE: Friday on Hwy. 100. Cloversettle shift. Must have Florida a workshop for the 96<4.8331. 9/11 tnchg COMMUNITY MOBILE tacked pond $23,000. 21$ W. Washington-Zoned Commercial.
Saturday. Furnitura,
Poultry Farm. Itpd 11/OS Driver license.Applications. HOME SALES. Highway
J d..k., tools, clothes ( developmentally{. WANT TO BUY used $4000 dn. A..um. mtg.Acres I. Charm & Comfort with traditional -
mo:: baby TWO FAMILY YARD SALE 301-N, Starke. 7 .
be .
can abled. Must be knowledgeable typewriters and adding Open daysa ...........
and adult
), some dishes, Fri., Nov. 6 and Sat., Nov. picked up at Stark. In horticultureand 'machines. Mud be in week 964-8741 10/29 fireplace. 2000 Sq. Ft., CH&A,
I' motorcycl.. lots of olh.rthing. 7.610 Colley Road Starka. Police tfn. 4 Well powerpole Extra Lots-
Stetlon. Inter Four
.. wood working. working condition. Carpeted Drapes.
301 South, 10200.
'1q.! acrossfrom Hunting dog box; tire, all view between BiOO antd 9645764. tin 2/12. 19B1 RIVER OAKS MOBILE
Indian River fruit sties Some college preferredand ........... Owner Financed.
t'll. .. : pace heater; and 4iOO Applications MOBILE .HOME Axles with HOMES 2 bedroom full
pm. 2 of work
stand r.d barn look for yri. exper 10 Acres,
I IS 1:1 sign. 10/15 tfn misc.Frigidaire items; bicycle and must be receivedno fence. Salary, 11500. tire*. Will pay $125. Phone baths, 6 mo, old. Asking 23000. Lg. pines. Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with

: RI, ; "':.' TWO DAYS Everything mustgo.Saturday 1501 I. CALL STi Itchg 11/05 later than Sept. 10. 2 WORK SUPERINTENDENTS 964.5007.9/312tpd 1119.MISCELLANEOUS 4000.00 and lake over ........... low maintenance adult housing offering charm

':" andd Sunday Nov 7, '9 am III Saturday T? Two 1911...._ ,_. to supervise work $277.04 payment Call Soon Moving comfort a quality together with energy efficiency.'GENEVA .
on North 301 across from families. Sewing machine; Itehg 11/OS program and coordinate 481. "'1 qnytlmes. .1029 Into New Offices. * * * *

.':!II Powell Dairy Fr..... Cash tools; curtain: with rods;. contract work prefects FREE White female Stchg! 11/27 301 S. In Lawtey. LAKE ESTATES-Beoutlful' wooded '1. acre corner
rirotil
register, dishwasher lamps; clothing; some furniture for developmentally disabled shepherd dog; one year LAND' Watch for Future'Anrtouncements. lot. SS.OOO-S4.000 dn., owner fin. $4,000 for 5 yri.
dry.r, oven living room ; many household MotorcycleHONDA clients' Minimum old.. Needs good home. Mo/pay. SI.99.COUNTRY .
'': {. suite, cloth. and pl.nty olean items. Itpd 11/05 requirement high school Coll 964-8018 or 468.2963.LOCKSMITH FOR SALE CLUB ESTATES. On. of the most beautiful
-fc.!.'< | *. Lot. of mlic. it.m. SAT.. NOV. 7> On. mile on ATC IBSl 1980 diploma and 2 yrsexperience Janet M.. Starling brick home In Starke. 3 BR, 3 BA on 1.3 Ac. hug. family
model. Excellent condition -
Good
price Itchg 11/05
Hwy. 100 east second .
In
Industry.Salary LAKE SANTA FR LOT 120 room w/flreplace. This home has everything I
Call 964-5907. ;
THREE FAMILY SALE: Fri. house past Radio Shack. $950. Realtor 723931Michael
10000. ft.of lake front. Lot of HANDYMAN SPECIAL-. BR, 1 BA large lot on S.16. Lots
.xa? and Sat.. Nov. 6 and 7. Antique Clothes, dishes, toys 8 am 10/29 2tchO 11105 2 CLASSROOM B. Cooney
n''cI dresser jewelry, til ?? Itpd 11/05 tree Unique property In Realtor Assoc.,961.1127tfnchg. of potential. Financing with good terms.
TEACHERS to work with 1520 S. Walnut o PRICED TO SELL Beautiful lot on lake Geneva, SRI 00.
cocketell bird and Invest .
cog., FRI., NOV.ei 9:00: am til 5.00: BOATS dlsobled. private area. now.
toy box maternity Infant pm. On Geiger Road off of developmentally $38,500. 3789750. 10/29 $24,200.
and chlldrens clothing and Colley Road near Four yrs. college 964-5849 4tchg 11/19 7TH DAY ADV. CHURCH-Neat from. bldg. with opprox.
more. W. Butl.r Rd. Southslde Elementary 14 FT. .PISCES, baisboot with degree and one years ....... MO sq. ft., 4 rooms, 1/2 bath,.carpet. 2 gas heaters, air
Stork. Follow signs Itchg School. Itpd 11/05 35 hp electric start experience In appropriate conditioner, lot I00'xl25'.. Rd. 230 A
11/05 3M N. CHERRY JT.t A little Evinrude motor and trolling social science field .40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan trees
NEW LISTING
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Nov. Bit of Everrything! Thursday motor. Call 9646688. required. Salary Cole's 'Roofing Starke Area LAKE SANTA FE Custom built 2 story nearly new 3 BR
rI 6 and 7. 9 am tll 6 pm. 115 and Friday Nov. 5 and 10/29 2tchg 11/05 12000. 1 B. 2200 sq. ft. on 2 acres deck A balcony T fireplacestove .
Martin Street second 6. Itchg 11/05 1 .PROGRAM COORDINATOR ft Water proofing
refrlg. B. trash compactor oversized 3 car garage'CHIA
j r6 Acres with large 5 bedroom home. Has rental
treet past hospital off E. FR, t SAT Four families. 6 to work with shedes a drapes, water
COMMERCIALPROPERTY' ceiling fans carpeted
Call St. 11/05 I house plus 3 trl. spacas. Owner will finance tojjj
disabled
Itchg miles on highway 100 developmentally Shingles
softener, burglar fire alarm complete sprinkler
I BIG YARD SALE Eight west. Watch for signs. Lots and with H.R.S.policy Build-up I jtlng.qualified buyer. Located In very attractive country. set- system paved driveway fruit trees > 10' on water R19
families. South of lawteyInside of items Itpd 11/05 and procedures In $110.0001RP
walls R20 telling Invest now
city limits on US-30). NOV. 1.6&': 237 Monroe St. the area. Also Cool Seal
Lot of Everything. 28.000 btu gas heater; BRADFORD MINI all program social work with "..... ". This listing Right Away It E- ROOM TO ROAM- acres A nearly new. large
WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMP1EX & Insulated 2
New car
Reasonable Re-roofing attractive brick home, CHAA fully
prices.: Itpd utility trailer; old dresser; for sole. 80 clients. Four year college alarm Intercom with
pet JANE S. USHER fireplaces burglar system
--- 11/05 clothes; golf clubs; 66 and garage
BIG GARAGE SALEStarts Chevy truck. Black andDecker owner financing availableat degree one years State Licensed stereo screened In back porch water softener on. of

Friday, Nov. 6 at 136 WestCall 71/4" saw blades, 11 for pet. 1 IV4 acres Phone with riot.experience social science in .opprop field Free Estimates 496-2126 or 496-2903 the lots with home has well septic tank I electricity A can
room expansion. '
St. 9 tll 7 thru have a trailer.
am new. Itpd 11/05
pm. 173.2735.9/21 tin required Salary 360 W. Main St. Lake Butler Fla.
Sat. A Sun. Restaurant and owner 9 .7322"n COUNTRY ESTATE CB home 4 years old with opprox

lounge equipment and HOME INTERIOR SCRATCH 13000. Your Union County Realtor 2000 sq. ft. plus 24 acres on SR II near Hampton Lake 3

supplies, householdgoods DENT SALE Friday and LOSTFOUNDlOSTi Send resumes (by Day Night BR 2 B, 2 fireplaces, CH8.A 5 large barns, pond fenced &
I fridges, freezers Saturday at 229 Brownlee Nov. 12. 1981)) to cressfenced Amazing value $1 13,000.
r furniture, china office Road. Look for the lign. Industrial Complex .COUNTRY CLUB Newt luxurious well designed ft well
equipment{ and giltwores. Itpd 11/05 White Pekinese a'lalford(ICR) built brick with fireplace huge walk-in closets
Something for female dog 3 P. O.Box 368 home)
everyone. approx. yrs KINCSLEV LAKE Brick duplex Rent or use as
33pA3IID4uT ; \ Itpd 11/05 old. Lost In Heilbronn Springs Ralford.! Florida 3203 .30I S 33 ACRES A HOME One of Bradford finest

I J0v 4-H YARD SALE plus Item CARS & area. John Reddish, EOE/M-F residences with over 3000 Sq. Ft. plus fin. acreage, handsome .
C; sslay,7t from two families. Sat., 964-6545. Itchg 11o5 ,I lSa barns, split roll fence Impeccably maintained.
Nov. 7, .9 am tie 5 pm. TRUCKS i! .SQUARE 9 ACRES plus horse barn set up for mobile
: Apartment size drye;. 30 1 t'J( home with well septic tank A electricity 7 acres cleared
.
I/J ,iii...,V agal'"aquarium: all 'equip taww ,1972 VW CAMPER. $2500 or7;,'" ,' ,,", 1i -r'. .. ... fenced A crossfenced SI*.500 4 miles{ NW ol Starke.

ubrd.v. Jl Q n'f li'ritI.r.:.., mls ..: .* .jbestiOlferj;t tonal Good htcl.-' recrea-i*!?:I..I......... .,\ '. ... .. ..;-..' i r t.'M.mr. .':'.,MI II ."t... 8'\...",)' .. .' '.BROOKLYN,tAKE-Coiy Board A' Batten cottage.. CHAA.
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wallop alJll.f.tlU hob household f esn Qle"'e." it.ml.:} : mta Old .,94-8360"'..(f+lter,6 pm. )'lpd, ;;ATrM3yN. I+ : .v.. .I n. ..Ii 1IIi1! 1 You're' nvited .F ( .I HI BtSStNT RO.-ierae corner lot-'nicely landscaped .

.b :, eO"'C'r Moody Store, opprox. 11 I1/O5 To A 3BR 2B CHAA. plus attic' fan, patio fenced back yard .14

miles SR.100 W. Itpd 11/05 If73 SUPER. BEETLE New 28 lighted shed.
: EPPERSON. STREET Thursdayand paint; Michelin radial; Mircrowave Cooking ; EPPERSON! ST. Owner fin. CB.3 BR. lYe B CHAA..
,I.li"e Friday; 5 mm Rem good condition. $1800. Call '., ; DAVIS ST. OFF 301 Nine acres more or less owner
ington 357 mag. Dan 964.7682..11/05 tfn'Carpntr Demonstration financed has potential for mobile home park.
YtOI'Jtat Wesson 410 7.7 Jap RAIFORD- Frame 3 BR 1 Cypress barn I tables pool

r.l; ed.r other hunting ,. Work 17 fenced A crossfenced only 23500.
November
.supple; household items;' Glen Nettles ft .I0e| COLLEY-RD. Brick 3 SR. 1'B VA loon of
furniture; tools; other Convenient Times $26.305. @"'/.%.Selling price $35.000.SR .
Ui< IIof Two
items. Follow signs. Itchg Arthur Masters IB JUST OFF 301 Frame home on 1.6 acres
....:!:>0'1.bl' : 11/05 r Free Estimates .1026 EASTWOOD DRIVE: CB 3 BR 1'/t B, on quiet street
Ir 7 9
SAT.. NOV. 7i 8:30 am tll I 5-7 pm pm 334: N. MYRTLE CHAA Assum. mart A owner will
ilioW Low Prices
pm. Four families. 209 E. ; demonstration is by Litton. lake. back second. Attractive interiors I
enolnogtoM This sponsored
Adklns St., Starke. Itchg. r Excellent References .CONVENIENT LOCATION-3 BR. "'/,B, corner lot ned to
,11/05 reduced Elem.. $31,900.: $30.000 fin. for qualified buyer
prtollytmoH I IIlDtanl 964.5135 Dt 964-5882 We will offer special priceson Southslde
.! JUT. NOV. 7: Big Sole! Fur- 'thd it/n' .5 ACRES NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced-750 gal. septic
1
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tvees '9'rbooks. nlture, household Items, mircrowaves during this demonstration tank-ISO ft. well. $21.000. Financing available.
baby bed.
.M > drapes .LOT 7 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATU-S5.000.
.wing: machine,, good MOBILE HOME .
IN FIVE OAKS SIS,000..3jIACRES
condition :curtain: rods. 9. Gas & Appliances SOTS
liD:) rAt;'?: INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS :. Sawver-Slade IN CITY-S21,000.
..W-OH By'i' ; 7: pm.. .Conerly .... "
Estates, west highway 16 Starke -
ir'I 332 W. Madison St..
..IiOle 1''> POLICIESAT Realtor A..ellllt.-Aft.r Hour
I'lak fo fiign.: Itpd 11/05
AkAGE''SALE' :. Saturday. For MaMtattl. lxfrm.... Call Ktttfe. at 984-7701 Wayne E. Douglas a Brok.r-Salesman 964.6593

:iMQllOste loJ.>'7, 9 am III ?? ThreeIQtgmni..842 REASONABLE.RATES Fred Sackelt Broker-Salesman. 468.1664
.t11U2 ". : W. Byron Terwlllegar-44-777 Martha Dark o.7$2'3397
Lafayette ........
O(!' Anne T.rwill.gar Nelson-475-1677
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N. CLARK ST.* Across
AeituBsnotryeI'"rrbrrJ Slarke ,Police station. Home Soles I l

''Saturday.;,,Nov'; 7, 9 am til 4 FREE QUOTES
6S\r\ .C1; .pmt Clothing and many Phone 964-9606 Portable Buildings. Ads
MOBILE I ; HOME
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MTAWbno '.1 other, misc. Item Itpd Home M. Olin; Agent i

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RECOVERY
;I 4" REASONABLE RATES 306 S. Thompson Street _10
yfw.,3Ml; .ROOM

I .O.i '. WARNINGHurrtcone ? 4aL 964.5888 Th. Recovery Room of

nl! 't ., season'is uponus (Sulf) lake City Local Dist Philip W. Clark REALTOR
.!.ISICbur.! -' H you or. one of the Archie Tanner Funeral ,
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'.w who don't have insurance LP Gas Fuel Oil Home.
lair..a H end when a 964.S7S7 Slo..... Fl W0HDiSiHfiQ Announcesthat

gnnni.'aA.ts ;, hurricane approaches, you ., Home Delivery Cash & Carry .
; sa won't be able 'o purchase Suzuki we are now part of CENTURY 21, the company that leads
e e e e e e e e
:A9 Mobile' Home Insurance the real estate world in listings and sales.

,'1' So take advantage and of thearrumstonces Martin and Perfection Heaters of Starke 2" Thru 6" We can now better serve your real estate needs with the sup-
purchase
:Fast
evil.(ITQa.tIfr1A your Insurance now' Rotary port of our multi-million-dollar advertising program and all the

Olln's MoMI 40 ModelsAotorcyclesside Drilling' Equipment latest in professional tools and techniques. WE'RE STILL IN-

Horn Sat*. cars STATE LICENSED: DEPENDENTLY OWNED AND' OPERATED, THOUGH. So
ServiceCustom
FREE QUOTES House Plans we're the same local people who have given personalized
you
5 Models
'.. Phone. 945604fleMe ,
yalr.a1. b-/ M. OMit. Agent Drafting Design Go Karts i'i..o'. e .1!!; .If attention and experienced service. .

.chewEAMT2 .... New ft UsedSalesPartsService And we'll continue to.do so.because,we care about you. That's
.C....$. Commercial Residential Lay-a-way NOW why we did it!

VACUUMSALE For Christmas E-Z. .T.rmsPtumbbsg. . . Now we're the Neighborhood 'Professionals;S1 right here to

't.nC1t':" Scott Whlt.h. d, Builder USEDBOES. serve you so drop in or call whenever you have a question

Ilea .. GT 2:50: Ex Cond. a ,c .. about real estate needs.
nano. It : 't"?"' $690. .Oat your

NEW a USED I New Installation
"t 2 360 Hondas .e t.,. :'

We finance our own II -.e. $890. EJ.. .Remodeling$ .RepairtiPUMP !

Ltsr ; ROYALS KIMoYS, 9646512H 1960.750F Honda i Da..ncw 2tNEIGHBORHOOD

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fURIKAS !'W Plckup.Iute".r. .
\bj'.lf' MOOVMJ MOOTS 230 Suzuki PROPERTIES, INC. REALTORUS
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$790. & 301 S. neer Bradford Square '44-5231
< FILTER QUEENS
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",.. COMMERCIAL '1978 Yamaha COMPANY 1YP1 t' AMERICA'S NUlJllJER 1 .. .

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\ sexually abused her.and then set fire Arrested charged with child abuse.
In- Man
1 testify. to'her house. Upon his return to the According to City Policemen' N.
Girardeau said he would Shelton center King attacked a counselor. Child Abuse Jackson and E. W. Wilkerson Moore
To Grand
Testify Jury rather that press the issue. The latest warrants bring the totalto I
I I by Assis- Phillip Tyrone Moore 18, of did contribute to the delinquency of. a
r State Rep. Arnett Girardeau said Man Not-Guilty 167 inmates now on death row at Jacksonville, was arrested Oct. 31, person less than 18 years of age.
Nov. 3 he will answer a Union County FSP. --
grand jury's questions at a hearing Grand Theft (Vehicle) Ir [
Nov. 4. Girardeau ordered by an
t. was
Charles Alfred Swafford was ,
court in to
Aug.
appeals cooperatewith
not count of grand
guilty on one
a 1979 prison investigation at of motor vehicle Nov. 3,
a by a jury
that time he claimed legislative
Bradford County Circuit Court. signed Molorsm
privilege. On the second count of theft of inmates Terwillegar
Girardeau D-Jacksonville was
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motor vehicle Swafford was
in by State Attorney
subpeoned July
guilty of a lesser included State
Eugene Whitworth to tell the grand
unauthorized of
jury what he knew about the death of temporary use a"V'
motor vehicle which is a Alvin B.
Vertis Graham a UCI inmate who
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demeanor. Pre-sentence
was killed Dec. 7, 1979. .
+ tion was ordered by Judge Chester degree
Johnny Fort, a former UCI inmate, Chance.
I had confessed to the killing during a con-
Swafford 23, 533 W. a Red
secret Interview with Girardeau in
Starke and K. Shelton two
Woodley
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June 1980. Girardeau was then sere
Tenn. were arrested and office Differs the
ing as chairman of the the house committee
with the theft of two motorcycles been at
Corrections, Probationsand
on
June by Starke Police
1981 Dept.
Parole. Fort later admitted the
Swafford maintained he knew first
killing CBS' 60 Minutes he Following
1 on saying
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of the theft of either cycle he Co., has
acted at the request of a prison official
I. went for a ride with Shelton. .

Despite the grand jury indictment time Shelton of the visiting incident in changed Starke his at the Tar Vehicles' at i
of another UCI inmate Thomas
from not to of
Monday guilty guilty an
Craig for the Graham killing Whit-
the of theft of
two counts
grand her
I worth decided to call Girardeau to SubstantialSavings



I Inmate Found Guilty in Guard AttackWilliam


Lee Staley inmate at Staley was then subdued by the of- Kurth of Jax and Richard Rising correctional to residents of Bradford, Union and Clay Counties. Our
Florida State Prison was found guiltyon ficer. officers were making a Food Motor Co. 12 month 12,000 mile,warranty is
all counts by a jury in circuit court routine count on P-Wlng. As they
Oct. 29. Staley 25, was charged with During jury selection Wed. Staley walked up to cell number 7 they saw a available at additional charge on any of'these fine
battery of a law enforcement officer had spat on his attorney. Rick liquid substance thru the cell
coming
after he threw scalding water at two Replogle. As the trial began on bars it was a hot burning liquid be- vehicles.
correctional officers May 14. Thursday Staley asked to waive ing thrown from a container. Rising

a counts law Staley enforcement each was of aggravated found officer guilty and battery on batteryof two on counsel seated and Judge warned until Chance the Staley court denied he instructedhim was the to remain request -- Kurth head received saw shoulder burns the second on, arm the container right and side leg.being of his As ;; Compare our prices to the NADA's Guide for

a law enforcement officer. He to do otherwise or he would be
received the maximum sentence'oftwo restrained. slipped thrown he on tried water to push on the Rising flood aside and similar cars and SAVE at HOME.

fifteen year terms to run con- Within the past three months Staley dislocated his knee he also received a
secutively. has assaulted 3 inmates and 2 officers burn on the ear. Both men were
Chester B Chance sentenced
Judge all of which according to treated at the clinic. Rising was later
Fri. after he
his
Staley changed plea
I from law not-guilty enforcement to guilty officer on battery a charge ofa said Staley he he was was sorry provoked he abused to do. his Staley at- where taken he to remained Union General for 11 days.Hospital Ris ; Byron & Clyde's Pencils Say It All

scheduled for trial Oct. 30. Staley was torney but felt Replogle was prejudiced ing returned to work Aug 1, Kurth :
was out of work 3 days because of his .
charged with hitting a correctional officer against him he had only called 4 of knee. Compare & Save
with a metal mirror in June. his 17 witnesses and all the attorney .
Staley also changed his plea from not wanted him to do was cop a plea. Staley is currently serving time at 1982 Ford EXP 3 Door | ....DJ.- I SALE
guilty of attempted first degree FSP for armed robbery in Orange .
murder to guilty of aggravated battery According to testimony given in County. ((10,000 miles/rental/ car) privacy Usd Car Guida PRICE
to( lesser ). court on May 14 of this year Wm J.
charge Staley was
glass, air conditioning, $600. cass. Retail Prlct 0\0.> '
charged with stabbing a fellow in- ,
mate in the neck earlier this year sound system, styled steel wheels l 1p *7695 00
This case was scheduled for trial Nov. ...................... .. ((35 miles per gallon car!) 'SIft500.
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Staley arrived in court Thursday, .
Oct. 29, with several scrapes on his Now Featuring 1981 Z-28 Camaro 2 Dr
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head. Staley stated earlier that morn ((11,700 miles) 350 4BBL interior
ing that a guard had knocked his tooth : 50% Off Yellow Tags decor group, air glass. AM-FM,
out and he was having trouble keep- $849500'cass
ing his mouth dry. According to the save at : ;.tape, like new condItIon!' 'A39510
prison officials Staley refused to be
handcuffed that morning, stating he ........!.. encore ..- .,.,. ---....-...-.. _. .j1J. ;:.,"'......,..' '... ,',
was not going to court. At the attempt --' 1110 CheY Manza" 2' Dr; : --'
to move him, Staley swung at an officer
: according to prison officials. ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOP :: ((16.500 miles) power steering & NADA Price Sale Price g
321 N. Temple are. OpN ...-.Sa. 98Your brakes air cond. & tinted glass ;

FLORIDA THEATRE A radio dual mirrors tape $459500 g
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1980 Pinto Hatchback '

When they met Tfl'FT 3 door, ((18,000 miles) power steerNABA Price Sale PrIceing

theif/hetmi, bells. & brakes air. cond., tinted

And that was glass AM-FM stereo, interior $4295

just round one. decor group to-tone paint. 5195"

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BELUSIII BROWN 'i I 1977 Pinto Sta. Wagon ,

CONTINENTALDIVIDE a 1 ((38,000 miles) automatic transmisNAUA Price I Sale Pricesion '::; ;;:

( air tinted glass AM radio ;: : :; :

fiipG it'..."HN..-....',.".".lit....IlNt...."" 1 one economical.owner, dependable & 339590 $299500 : i ;'



301 Drive In 1979 Ford Courier

Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.&r ((16,000 miles) 4 speed. AM-FM NADA Price Sale Priceradio

Farm & Home Product Store 2300 cc engine step bumper,

Uncle Fred can save you Y tape stripes, RWL tires chrome $459500.Prices


Prices based on November'1981 N.A.D.A. Guide
on all items or more (Options Appearance Mileage are also considerations)
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1979 Chevy erl81 x ) an

Plus Pathfinder Conversion automatic trans., traction-lok axle power steering power .
Dolly Parton in Alligator Greek Ranch, Inc. brakes air, glass tilt wheel cruise control white spoke wheels((4)) new 10x15 RWL tires :
2 speed transfer case, lockout hubs 2 bucket seats 14,600 miles,
9to5 (11S 301 S 964-6973 J
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-- Sale $759500 : :::::: i.

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CHOICE Ranger 1973 Datsun 240Z .

FAMILY GROUP 1980 F250 Custom '7495 1972 Volkswagen 1895 J

OR ANY MEMBER .: v 1976 ((4x4)) Pickup '2695 1977 LTD II2 Dr.x2595" ;

J OF YOUR FAMILY 1978 Fairmount Wagon $3795 1978 Old Omega 4 Dr "1495 g. _

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