Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04232
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04232
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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"Not a drop" was the rainfall report from Bradford County's three forestry At' ; l
towers for the first two weeks in October and slim with four- N.w..P.II.I'A.3A tit
prospects were a
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day forecast for possible thundershowers Saturday and Sunday.The .
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started In and extended ,
semi-drought, which August through Septemberand
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the first half October: has forced strawberry growers to Irrigate their Page
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fields before laying black plastic for setting plants. Usually, at this time of .1'.11. _
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there Is sufficient water in the ground for planting purposes. SECTION B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven '
and rainfall far In Oc :
Keystone Heights Camp Blanding also reported zero Briefs.. ........ ... .. .. j. .. BObituariesj.
tober.The Florida Forest asks that extra observed fire in t'
Service caution with
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view of the 10 weeks of below normal rainfall.
Classifieds..,.... .,.Page SBATB 13th Issue Thursday.October If. 1980 USPS 062-700

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existing betweenthe Tallahassee are expected to be done :

,01. Stare officials and represen. by Friday,Oct.: 17 according to Spec- ,
tatives of a firm that wants to put cnio's attorney, John Kopolousos. :
cable TV in the Starke area was Further confusion has been addedto
resolved at a public hearing Monday, the cable TV picture with Specchio ,
Oct.: 13, when city commissioners ask- entering Into a contract subject to approval ;
ed the firm for a letter of Intent to be by the Starke City Commission
S'Y'' ? flA1 provided the commission within the to sell the Cable TV operation In
next few days. Starke and Green Cove Springs to
Some of the confusion in the proJecthas Florida Publishing Company a sub-
come by records that were filedon sidiary of Seaboard Coast Line
corporations with the Secretary of Railroad. SCL publishes the Florida-
,State's office in Tallahassee which. Times Union, Jacksonville Journal
showed Starke Communications, Inc. St..'Augustine 4 Record: and several!
still listed under local ownership.On weekly newspapers.

May 1, 1979 Starke Communications SCL is putting cable TV in Orange
Inc. was awarded a franchisefor Park, Green Cove Springs and In Fer-.
cable TV by the Starke City Commission nandlna Beach. That firm owns 30
with the firm sold to a firm percent of the cable TV" franchise In ,

\ r yr headed by Mike Specchlo that has Jacksonville. ,
cable TV franchises In Illinois and "We have things In'mind for the ,
Iowa. That corporation according to Starke area," JIM Butler, financial
R Any Secretary of State's records was vice-president for Florida Publishing
a dissolved Dec. IS, 1979. Officers of Company says.

Starke Communications, Inc. were "We have a quality product to offerto I
listed by that state as Buford
.x s lr r. aI F s agency the consumers of the Starke area,"
ru. ,r Mitchell president; J.C. Sawyer, Butler indicated. I
vice-president; George H. Pierce Butler stated it was the plan to havea
r 4 rte : + ttYr w secretary and Thomas H. Slade, portion of the service in the Starke

treasurer. area by July I, 1981.
Planting Time... That same group of local officials Nate Power general manager of .

Putting plastic down over strawberry beds Is a pretty quick process with the allow the chemicals to work:then boles will be punched to allow the chemical to formed a Cable corporation which was the Florida Publishing Company'sCable 'J
machine above and a man to stvnd at each end of the row at the Leon Starling escape so It won't harm strawberry plants." granted 1965 the a Starke TV franchise Sept. 7, TV operations based out"of
farm on SR-225 just welt of Lawtey, Leon Starling driving the tractor, plans.to. have six acres of strawberries this That by City Commission.known Orange Park, told the council that 40 1.1
corporation was as
year. percent of the City of Starke would be
A new chemical. Vortex an.' a trlAit t ail woo p:. town first. Then the' County Agent Bobby Taylor says that,Bradford County will have about 100, Starke Enterprises. Inc. .
plastic was put over the p beds.The beds will be allowed to lie a few weeks to acres of berries again this Spring. ," Paperwork to correct the records In (See Cable TV, See Page 3AI

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n l h SHgr. I1 They Talked, Prayed, Waved, and. RowedIt 1

was beautiful 3Vfc miles out on the Gulf- the weather was cool!, they were I
having such a good time and the trout were still biting now and then.Gib Brown '
and George Pierce said, so they stayed a little while!, longer when their friends
left for shore about 3:20 p.m.. .'
Left alone in Brown's 16-foot runabout, the lawyer and the county clerk en-
joyed themselves about 10 more minutes. But when they tried to start the
engine the battery was dead
They cranked by hand with no success. The boat had neither a spare motor or
battery. There were no flares or even a flashlight in the boat.
THURSDAYOCTOBER 1* 4 The weekend started so pleasantly for about 29 friends staying at Horseshoe
B-U BQARDOF REALTORS on the Gulf of-Mexico They had gone out early Saturday morning returned to
Garden Restaurant shore for lunch and about 1:30: p.m. headed back. out into the Gulf for another
7:30 p.m. pleasant outing.
FRIDAY.OCTOBER 17 Stranded, Brown and Pierce kept the boat anchored to keep it from floating
FOOTBALL GAME further out. They could see land other boats passed nearby but took no notice of
their .
BHS Stadium 'i- "It was an endurance test," Pierce said Monday. "I can see where a person )
(.00 P.M. would get very frantic. But we knew If the anchor held we'd be in the same spot
they left us." The pair felt their companions would come back for them. I'

SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1. Boats did return to look for Brown and Pierce but did not find them, though j
in the about between Horseshoe and Sherrod
CHORAL CONCERT they stayed same place halfway
BHSABMS Island. Sunday morning the Coast Guard was alerted and the message about 1\I\
BHS Auditorium the missing pair from Starke was on the air waves in the Gulf.
Brown and Pierce had no choice but to spend Saturday night on the open Gulf \
$1.50 AdmissionChildren
.'. with only raincoats to cover them. As darkness fell the Gulf started getting
under 12 free
.. .. rough. The battery was dead so the boat had no lights. .
BAKE SALE Brown found some old newspaper. He lit it and waved. it but passing boats
took no notice.
Hellbron Vol. Fire .
Dcpt.f "We could see land on two sides but it was far off." Pierce said. "We kept our
A.M. In Front Of
PlgglyWIgglyandEckerd's .- ,.. cool. Made our minds up we were going to spend (the night on (he water.
Drugs Nematode Nemesis... It got rougher. Water started coming over the sides of the boat.
... .. "All night we bailed water, prayed a little bit, talked to each other, and :
Strawberry growers are .using a new chemical. Vortex> to evaporate when it Is released Into the ground spreading froze" Pierce said.,
LAWTEY CARNIVALFish to fight nematodes this season. The new machine above a the nematode poison over an fight-Inch area. They slept a little napping and never feared for their lives Brown said. '.
Dinners U SO bed modified to distribute the chemical Viewing the new machinery are (CI-rl) County Bobby
presser places. Agent Everlhlng got completely soaked. Brown and Pierce lay under the raincoats
S"p.m. Vorles right where the strawberries will be planted. Taylor. Strawberry Grower Luther Milliard. Asgrow with their backs together for warmth.

Fun...For..Alitl .. Sales Representative Gerald Foster and Strawberry Early Sunday morning they heard helicopter and saw it flying the channelsof
I BROOKER CARNIVALS The new chemical I Is a non-volatile liquid which begins Grower Leon Starling. the canals on Sherrod Island thinking Brown might have gone back for some

Carnival and I' more of that kind of fishing. The copter searched every canal but didn't find the / .
lost boat.They '
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saw a boat in the distance. A plane flew over but so high (hey were sure '
7 p.m.Haunted HouseMONDAY Berry Growers Gamble (they were not spotted. Word circulated back in Starke that Brown and Pierce
OCTOBER 2' Begin were lost in the Gulf of Mexico. t
About Sam. with the wind coming directly out of the north Brown and Pierce (
BRADFORD CO. SCHOOL BO. started rowing toward shore. They paddled some five hours, and were making
7:00 p.m. When you belly up to that bowl of Company is setting up the new system berries here this year will be Se- headway. When the wind started pushing (them back they put out the anchor. I
red ripe, sweet Bradford strawberries for this area with the help of growers, quoias.Nowadays. By 1 p.m. Sunday the pair was 300 yards from shore. Brown, 62, gave out and
TUESDAY.OCTOBER 21LAWTEYCOUNCIL' next March- remember, it all Leon Starling and Luther Hilliard. It costs more than $1,000 J collapsed. Pierce said his arms gave out just simply wouldn't work. .:
started back In October.: Vorlex costs $165 per acre to apply) at per acre to grow the berries. Picking Dropping anchor the pair had rowed Brown's boat right into the middle of(the r
This Is strawberry planting season. IS gallons per acre. The John Blue them costs $500 or $600 more. Luther mullet ground and oyster beds.. Pierce said he. never thought about his heart I
P.M.WEDNESDAYOCTOBER Farmers have been busy preparing constant pump necessary to pump the Hilliard says he doubts berries can be condition, only about getting to shore.
15 beds which Is more trouble than liquid costs $850. grown and harvested for less than "We kept counting channel markers knew we were getlln closer to chore
STARKE CITY COMMISSIONWork meets the casual eye. Besides the fumigate a cricket bait $1,600 per acre. All I was thinking about was when were we gonna get back,' Pierce said I
Sesilon-7....m.SATURDAYOCTOBIER. Fields have to be turned,' disced ls applied down the center of the row. Then too much or not enough rain Pierce was about ready to jump in and pull the boat. to shoreso close. ,yet so '
and fertilized. When the weather isas can hurt, cold at the wrong time can far away.
li dry as It Is now. the strawberry field Then the plastic, costing $43.30 per* take the profit out of a crop. About 1:30 p.m., Sunday they. saw a boat in the distance., Pierce waved a I
must be Irrigated to the proper roll, is applied The plastic must be' There Is about three weeks in white flag. I !
RHSCHORALCONCERTBHS degree of moisture for planting. left on the bed for several weeks while'the March when Bradford berries have to It was a commercial fishing boat with two young boys and a girl aboard. .
Auditorium Then beds are made and pressed. fumigate works. Then holes are' hit to make good money sooner and "Are you Brown and Pierce?'* the boys asked. "Where've- you been?" :.. \
.50 Admission down. punched in the plastic to rid the bedsso south Florida is still producing later "Trying to get back to shore.. Pierce answered.. The fishing boat pulled them 11 '
Children Under 12 FrteJACKSON A fumigate must be applied to kill the poison won't hurt the ,and local growers compete with berries the 300 yards to shore. }

'c1.a..ra nematodes, microscopic worms strawberry plants. coming in further up the country. "We were thankful I tell you. It was a sight for sore eyes when, those boys i r
which eat Into plantroots, and drain There are 11 or 12 different kinds of ,No wonder they call it a gamble. pulled up to us," Brown remembers '
vital fluids. nematodes. Some cause root. knot The first thing they heard when they walked up on the dock at Horseshoe Sun, t i
BUILDING SUPPLY This year two farmers at Lawteyare some cut through the root. but the, day afternoon was that they were disqualified from the fishing tournament. f ..
INC. Of Storfc trying a new chemical Vortex, a Vorlex is supposed to get them all, ..................r Pierce was too tired to answer. 1

: In Star. ** liquid \which /begins 'to evaporate', Nematodes are a problem any time- a,, Halloween.; antics The pair had food and water on the boat 6 lost their appetites.What did they !J
M-V44-4O7t" whenput Into the ground.' Vorlex is field is used each year: begin eat when they cot back on land? A hamburger!, \
In Hwy(.,.-Neighs. applied right to the two rows on the Old time farmers avoided Saturday night at Brooker. This Is a good story to tell. Brown and Pierce were not even badly sunburned.
Hwy .ooa HA-471-4r* bed where the berry plants will be. Its I nematodes by. ,moving- to new land Lawtey, and Hampton ,They kept (their cool. Both are the first to admit there Is a moral to the tale "t j I
In ....Duffer Is not broadcast or applied to the entire each year. Elementary "That s the tale of two good fishermen without equipment" Pierce says. I I .r
bed, as In thepost, instead going Fertilizer a ton to the acre, costs ,School.} see Brown he to .
,..*..W.6tII"'_ says plans go fishing again, but plans to prepare a little. different- ,i
over$200 l pg. 2A for the' )
acre stories.
r right to the place is needed. per now. Buying plants = Iy, 4M-S07* ;,;. :Gerald Foster of Asgrow- Florida cost $600-800 per acre or more. Most '1i\1i\r\ i.&. -''(j' I' J\. ".. "That's something I don'i.went to happen again."
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Page ZA TELEGRAPH October I",1990I t............ ... ..................
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Ghouls land Goblins Come Out : !:!i'i' :'" -, Pre-season, checkup t

i Right now,for especial low priceywe'll
Carnival drawing chills'and screams from Much ,Credit goes to Director- SPECIAL and
Hampton those who dare set foot inside. Producers Lee and Judy Burrows inspect, clear! adjust; *
-The Hampton PTA: U COUNT DRACULA will host his annual who bring In six:years. of HAUNTED, '). :ycur,furnace! ,We'll make sure It'& (
their Annual Halldween ,. tour starting at 7 p.m. In conjunction HOUSE+1]experience. ready to heat when winter comes: .
sponsoring .
with the Brooker Halloween ,. '
Carnival on October:35 at the Khool. : 'D n'tI' let1''the'cold/ season,
Carnival.: A chicken and rice dinner :11; OFFER : :catchy
feature Include Costume ;
Principal will be served starting at 5 p.m.with you;.!.unprepared.; Give us a calU-.
at 5 30, with Carnival continuing .
Judging : rides and booths for the children to : ; ?
through the evening. 'La'wtey' Carnival 'i t'r.. how and set up your furnace.
Among fun events will be a Haunted enjoy.The HAUNTED HOUSE opening at .*.... ,;"Y', .: check-upl ,
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House, Pony and Hay Rides, Cake The Lawtey Elementary Carnivalwill ... ""
7 and to 11 will star e = '
and Animal Walks.The Country Store p.m. great celebrities p.m.of the past be held earlier this year, set for'' : = : =' ..c- Limited, time I onlyWhirlpool I ; ..
will provide handicraft and such as COUNT AND COUNTESS this Saturday Oct.18,from 5 to 9 p.m. SSI .
homemade household Items. DRACULA, WOLFMAN, The, usual menu of smoked ,and 'ES \
.Food available will be homemadeice FRANKENSTEIN, the MAD SCIENTIST fried mullet french fries, coleslaw =,> at $2500"
cream, hot dogs, drinks, snacks ,the MAD BUTCHER,the HUNCHBACK and baked beans will be served,along r.\.t.' ;' '. \ ,
and desserts. with hot dogs and cokes.Dinners will for
extra charge
Giveaway Items will be a$100 Shopping and invited many more.-those who br- cost'ta.SO each and take-out orders ,. :!:.', :'. A.; HEATING COOLING NOOUCTS ..
Spree and a Coleman Cooler.An ing Everyone the coupon from the Telegraphwill will be available. ...;,. .J ;. additional labor& parts ...
Auction will be conducted during the get in for 75t Instead of the$1.00 PTO President Richard Redding Is '( : .
planning on a bigger and better car ( ,;;1; : .
evening. door Brooker price.Elementary All proceeds School go P.T.A.to the nival than ever before and mentionedtwo ...... ,;,,, ,' j, .';,.,,',.. HAYES: ....
new game booths will be introduced
Children under 9 years old will not be '
Brooker Haunted House to the variety of booths usually /" '
admitted unless acompanied by an : \
adult. sponsored.The quality of the carnival : Electric &Air Conditioning t
COUNT DRACULA, portrayed byHwhard As one doctor from Gainesville who prizes has been upgraded this year,
Jockel, the director-actor of attended last year's tour said, "We hoping to give children meaningful '
the Bradford Players, has again were delighted and fascinated with items, rather than the usual carnival : 355 N. Temple Ave. t
Chosen the small town of Brooker for the realistic costumes, props and fare.Tickets may be purchased In ad-
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October IB. 1980 TELEGRAPH page 3A

Canvas of Oct.. 7 l(pte' is Ashed., :

By Wife Defeated Candidate

A canvas of the Oct.7 vote returns has been requested by Kay Waters, wife pf
county: commission candidate Wilbur Waters who/lost the Group 5 run-off elect*
r. lion by 24 votes to Homer F. Hart. ., izj:
The three-member Canvassing Board was to meet Wednesday night Oct. 15In ,-:
the county commission meeting room in the courthouse to consider Mrtii
Waters' request. The Canvassing Board is chaired by Judge ,Elzie Sanders.!.
Committee members are Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn and County Commissioner
E.W. Hodges. ,..jj
dh + The Canvassing Board can permit a retaliation of the vote results. It would:
s take a court order however, for the ballot boxes to be opened and all the votes.
recounted.. -:Jt!
Mrs: Waters signed an affidavit requesting examination of the vote statingshe
believes the vote count In the precincts to be erroneous. "The request is,;
r I it 4 11 1 made In good faith and with animosity toward no one," Mrs. Waters states in*
her petition.
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w4 1 ra Feed store operator Homer Hart polled 2,025 votes to 2,001' for Waters,,*,
bulldozer operator and former Starke city commissioner. Mt,
The Canvassing Board was originally scheduled to meet Tuesday night but.. ,
the meeting was rescheduled for Wednesday because Supervisor of Erections '
Neva Flynn had to be out of town Tuesday.
t Unless the vote count Is erroneous, Hart has won an original 4-way race foe:
wr. the Group 5 post to replace Mrs. Hazel Paulk who is retiring from the commis
BIIS-BMS Choral Concert Set Saturday, 8 p.m.

Over 100 Bradford High and Bradford Middle School student will lift their Rosalie Robinson, Robin Stern. Mitch William, Danny Wolfe Bernie AkrMlge. ,
voices In concert Saturday night, Oct. 18. at 8 p.m. In the BUS auditorium.The Randy Campbell. Andy (Chaff Lori Clark Kevin Johns. Michelle Klmuti, PUBLIC NOTICE VIP::
BUS Concert Choru8.C hown above) the BMS Chroun.and the BUS Girl's Laura McRae, Darren Manning. Steve Marshall Daniel Martin, Victor ,
Glee Club will sing a selection of sacred and pup mUHlc. Director Is Don Hardy. Massey, Brad Russell John Tinder.Community '
The BUS auditorium has new curtains. The chorus has borrowed from a For City of Starke
Gainesville school a performing shell to project their voices better.
reception will follow the concert. Refreshments will be served.
Members of the 55-strong BUS chorus are Joy Bell Dee Gasklns Joey Her- Mobile Home Sales

res. Dewayne McBrlde Sherra Mott. Michelle Sapp. Chip Scheetz, Beth Hwy. 301 North, Starke, Fl. The City Council ,of the
Starner. Bobbin Stephens, Dale Underhill Karen Chitty, Kay Crosby, Slacey
Denmark, Sharon Fussell. Charlotte/Celger/ Jill Hayes, Sybil Kelly Rennie of
Lennon Terri Mathews. Lois Moore, Susan Sapp. Rondo Stern. Wendall .., Owned and operated by Corona City Starke will hold a I

Tomllnson. Doug York Suzy Alvarez, Vonda Kay Ayer. Gary Carter Dianna : Mobile Homes, Inc.,
Lee Lori Beth Francis. Todd Jackson, t
Crawford Davis. Bobby Epps. Flynn. for the i-
Jell Johnson Lisa Lawson. Daniela Rigsby, Paige Roberts Porter Roberts, Waycross, Ga., a subsidiary of hearing purpose -

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Louisville Ky. which is the 3rd adoption a final
Cinema will be carried in conjunct I' I
Cable TV:.. tion with home box office movies. .. / largest mobile home manufac- I
Local access and AP news will be : +." budget and final i-
turer nation millage
(From Page IA) featured on a daily basis.A n i ; ...,;
turned on by the July 1 date.He added request has been made to '
that nine months after that fringe Include a Starke Educational probably ;:.:nWd. I. 1 'for the 1980-81 fiscal {:
areas would be served the service. year.
Channel.At Corona Mobile
Homes, Inc., would like to show recogni-
the Porter possible passed channels out Information that would on be who is the city end attorney of the meeting.suggested Pierce that a, tion to the past management of Community Mobile Home Sales This meeting will be held I

available to Starke customers. The letter of intent be sent to the board Starke, Fl., by Roy B. Reynolds, who left the organization May

Telegraph 1980 paper this reported information.Up In the. Aug. 28, franchise.asking for approval of the change in 31, 1980. and wish him success in the future.At Tuesday Oct. 21 at 7:00 b

to 21 channels are to be After the discussion was over this time we would like to introduce the new manager,

available, according to Porter. He Mayor-Commissioner Charley Bobbi Tye who has been with the company 2\\* years as in the hall
listed Channels 5 and 20 in p.m. city in.
Schaefer told the people connectedwith : salesperson. Bobbi has been promoted to manager effective
Gainesville; channels 4, 5, 7, 12, 17, the cable TV that after the letterof "
and 47 In Jacksonville.Channel June 1, 1980.
Intent is received he will present it Starke.
30 in Jacksonville may be to the board most likely Tuesday, Oct. Stop By & See tchg O/16
available after it goes on the air after 21, the next regular meeting of the :
the first of the year. Its
board for approval.
An application has been filed with r..J
the Federal Communications Com
mission in Washington D.C. for chan- -
nel 25 in Jacksonville, but that station
has not been granted permission to go Jim Walter offers }
on the air. When It does, Porter
pointed out, it will be picked up by the

cable service. __ -f
Other possibilities for Starke area
include Ted Turner's 24 hour cable --4 4i
news network. Channel 17 In Atlanta i
which carries all the games of the
Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Hawks !
arid also carries the Atlanta Falcons .

t t+p'bpl dipb 24"hou..4. ;%otti eti,6rk I r-... a \

will also be available.
Other networks: 1; I
USA Network; C Span-dally ""\
telecast of US House of Represen-
tatives when they are in session. MBa I
home that
stations.ASCN educational 50 university i iy

CBN religious network that in-
cludes the 700 Club and PTL Clubs. t : t is built board
Home Box Office movies will be of-

<. School Lunch by board on .

Lfi: < ''l\'lenues
H prar =
Sijiithside Starke. Lawtey ::9 ,
Brooker Elementary :H; 5
II'ra mptonl i
;?;.md Bradford Middle Of course we'll use =
Schools t factory-produced items, such as : :: 1

:MkihdayJPnct.{tehees: grits 20: turnip Fish Portions.greens. windows, doors, cabinets, etc., '.; :-: i ,

Ipeache4 cornbread and milk. ; ..k that most all other builders use. z l''
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Ttif.tday.Ocl., 21: Meat loaf.
peat ::::n, = I
(whole' potatoes green beans, -. ::t'r. '
\ltdnviidiiyi Oct. 22: Chicken pot pie, t

green peas, cabbage slaw .
;:Strawberry/ shortcake and milk. ;
Thursday. t)... 2:1: This menu was You can pay cash or we'll offer. i"i"Annual
'wrllten by :\Irs. llobb's, .1st (;r. at %
Brooker Klein.: They haw been
'luilinK( Germany unit the menu
was written with a German MORTGAGE FINANCING I
flavor):: Deulschdog (Pigs in the i
blanket) Glockenspiel potato Percentage ,.. ... _
salad, Wunderbar carrots. Hansel Rate
To Our Customers.
&. Gretel applesauce cake and om- .::11 "
pa-pa milk.

Krlduy letiucc/tomalo/plckle Oct.21: Hamburgers, later on tots bun No matter what you have heard! No matter what as you most surely would with any other fina cwant to take over and finish the rest yourself.!( ----s

applesauce: and milk. you have been told by others about the high ing. You only'pay for what you get. That's the Jim The more you do, the more money you'll save.: i

Bradford Iligh'Schooln"l'I: cost of mortgage financing could get it. No Walter way, We Do It Right! Get complete details and the cost of building on
: ; ..\R matter that many other contractors are no longer If you're the type of person who is handy with your property.,We want you to have this information -

1dItkt., 20 buttered: Barbecue on bun. building houses. If you own your land, .if you can tools If you're the type of person who gets what your total cost will be what your
French fries sweet
peas. meet our credit '
banana pudding and milk.Tiiciday. qualifications Jim Walter will satisfaction out of what you do who takes monthly payments will be at whatever stage of
Del. 21: Stew beef on rice. build and finance your new home and you'll! pay 8
pride in your accomplishments you can really completion you choose. Stop by a display park, .
green beans, hot buttered biscuits. only 10% annual for'the
percentage rate Here's how After call send the You'll this informam"f I
pear pie and milk. cut costs with Jim Walter. : or coupon. get
Wednesday Oct. 22 Corndogs baked mortgage financing. NO STRINGS ATTACHED! finishing the outside, we'll stop building at almost tion and there's no obligation to buy.
beans cabbage slaw fruit jello. No, you'll not even pay"points"or"closing costs"ANY :,: "'I
and milk.ThnrHd"y stage of completion. You tell us where you I
Jet, 2:1: : Fried chicken. OVER TWENTY HOMES '(,);T

mashed potatoes &. gravy mixed HOMES BUILT TO ALMOST ANY STAGE FROM THE "SHELL" = '
,vegetables hot rolls, peach half. FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE ; ,10

Friday cookie'and Sept 24 milk.Spaghetti w/meat UNFINISHED INSIDE TO ONE THAT IS 90% COMPLETE.! .................. .3.J. "

I sauce, tossed salad, cheese slix. FREE :FULL-COLOR
French bread applesauce but to'f;

! terscotch squares and milk., JIM WALTER HOMIS m.I! n'......ii.,. 'ii"I3'
o W'a r If would Iik4 to hoya more inlormaton ond the toll: i! .
I : ,Oct.29: Cheeseburgers. Pizza :
of .
cheeseburger French fries. building on my property (.understand th r "*would IA-1 =
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milkshakes and juice. a br 'no obligation to buyond" ,that youavid giv; m'ih !
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The Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire wind and weather conditions had!been'' t I ;ttali. : ; tait?! laterwith a convertwlijlendfease -
Department resolved a $53,700 ten- adverse that night, practically every) )' truck from the)
year anniversary! present last week In home on the,west side of the lake Fib # ;iFor..tService, they were In)
the form oT i.sMny new lime green, would have been threatened. or, : buslrwM, : 'j'I
(not red) fire truck from the Clay ,destroyed as the fire jumped the short, I
County Comali !on." The greenish- \ Arrfv"ot" the hew truck,which still I
yellow color has replaced traditionalred 'must be;equipped with foamer, additional
on modern fire trucks, because of hose and other expensive items I
1.. Its greater: 1 ibj1ity at nigh(..,. at a float of $8,000 to $0,000, was
celebrated Saturday with open houseat
+"< It could be i said that the sleek i new the fire station from e to 3. Visitors
.I',"truck was a fitting climax to a ten- were Impressed. with the Kingsley
IB year-old dream that started In April department's equipment which Includes -
_1970 when John L. (Leslie) Bradley three floater pumps for pump.
y Kingsley Village resident and DuPont 'Ing water from the lake, since
.' 'maintenance supervisor, stood by Kingsley has no central water system
bt helplessly and watched two frame and consequently no fire hydrants..
homes on the Kingsley Lake waterfront l r '' r /
burn to the ground before trucks The new truck didn't come easy. It lrolt
from Keystone Heights and the Bradford r represented a long wait since
County volunteers could arrive Kingsley was last on the list oi 11 Clay
at the scene. A Camp Blanding truck County fire stations to obtain new
>o had answered the call earlier but car- trucks. Clay County's generous support
.i 1i ried only an inadequate 200 gallons of of its fire .departments Is
."water If the Bradford truck, which reflected In $550,000 budgeted last
.i received a delayed call through the year for this purpose.
Clay County sheriff's department
'"''could have arrived ten minutes Fire Chief Bradley says his depart-
(H sooner it might have been able to save ment is on the lookout for some new I
''the second house according to its blood In the form of four or five young
In owner the late Jack Trawick. distance between frame houses volunteers who are needed "now that
spa many of them on 50-foot lots. It was a some of us who have been at it a long
Bradley's frustration standing frightening realization time" would like to be able to let up a
helplessly by while the homes burned, little bit.With .
made him determined to see that Two months later Bradley and
iKingsley, Lake got its own fire other eager volunteers obtained a Its two older pieces of equipment -
!ti!.fighting equipment. He knew that if state charter for a fire department. a 1960 Ford truck and a 1954

Warren Ebling (left), secretary and John L. Bradley chief of the Kingsley Lake VolunteerFire

: : Department demonstrated new fire truck to visitors at open house last Saturday. In left

,, .. 1'0": : I.. .' background is recently completed addition to fire station, which will house the new truck.
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i. 1.500 gallon tanker, the Kingsley
Bradford County
at the
dispatcher Bradley says.
firefighters can now carry a total of Jail In Starke.
2,180 gallons of water. The tire chief Is proud of the support
that his department receives
.1' But even the best-equipped depart When a call comes In from Kingsley from Kingsley Lake property owners
!. ment can't do the job unless it gets the the Bradford jailer has only to push during the annual fund drives. "We
Moving With Caution call in time and Bradley wishes that one button, Bradley explains and the have a mailing list of 180 and usually
every Kingsley property owner would alarm is received immediately by get response from 55 to 60 percent
stick one of the bright red labels supplied every Kingsley volunteer fireman on Bradley says. "I'm told this Is far
I.. by the department on his Ils' pager." At night the pagers are above the average response to any
Newly-elected City Com- service which has been hang television system which is still telephone giving the correct numberto set on chargers, and give off an mailout appeal." The drive, which is
i I"missioner Charles Schaefer ing fire for 15 years. unexistent although the first call in case of fire. The number is amplified "beep" to awake the currently under way for 1980, usually
franchise not Camp Blanding as some people fireman when an alarm comes In."In in from $1,100 to $1,200 and
predicts some drastic changes Granted, that's a big hunkof was granted 15 seem to think, nor the Clay County that way every fireman receives the Bradley hopes this year's effort will
in city government within the problems for any city com years ago in September of Sheriff's office. The number if call at the same time and we can be at not fall short. It will help a lot in
new budget year. mission to bite off, especiallyone 1965. 964-6161 which reaches the radio the scene In a matter of minutes," equipping that new truck.

",;, Among the changes foreseen with three new memberswho Regardless of the merits of

by Schaefer are: financial will, understandably, re- the proposed new franchise I
reorganization, starting quire some time to become transaction, it was commen- Ishangi Dancers Bring AfricaTo

with the new budget, now familiar with the backgroundof dable for the three new com- I

Undergoing work sessions; the some of these problems missioners to delay action on I

'.experimental project to con- which came into being long such an important decision Arts Festival Program Oct 30 I
,overt one of the city's power before they took the oath of office until a hearing could be heldto ; 1 I I
last week. get all the facts on the
generators to operate on wood proposed
A fantastic glimpse of Africa will become acquainted with the i
gasification; work on the on- transfer before taking come to the Starke Woman' Club formers per.... ,
:going''muU ,-mUlion dollar In this regard we commendthe action. As one of the new com- Thursday night, Oct.' 30, when (he 'I I
'6ew r. ,anI! water, expansion three neophyte commissioners missioners put it, ''At my first Ishangi\,data ,daneersapppar In the American-'lhe sangis first appeared before.
.throughthe EPA for their refusal', to 'Imeeting, this kid'ain't gonna second'of Santa :Fe Community Cpl- audiences at the New Y' tk
Worl 's' Fair where
lege's Fall Festival of the Performing they were
14 Environmental Protection make a hasty judgment and a jump on this one. That at- Arts featured at the African Village: Dur-

"Agency); and a proposed quick decision on the complicated titude should prevail, and The bizarre "Stick Dance" ing the past nine years they have
.change of ownership of the matter of switching hopefully will, on all future demonstrates a variety of skills Involving toured the U.S., the Caribbean
:'franchise for Starke's still franchise ownership of decisions of the "new majority. unique feats of balancing. islands, and Europe presenting their
cable This dance requires enormous authentic African dances, songs and
unactivated cable television Starke's long-delayed physical discipline and tremendous demonstrations.One .

strength. Other numbers Include the of their most colorful numbers ,
prayer dance and (the bell dance. is a prayer dance pleading In motion
for1 food to grow from the soil The
The Ishangis are a family
I. In The Shadow of Crime frnn the farmlands (bush country group) of women, in their handmade native '
costumes, dance
Africa, a land of rich tradition, through I the process
history, and culture.As of planting and growth, while the
throbbing sound of African drums : J
) Two headlines in Tuesdayi with all the Santa Fe series, per- urges them on to greater ai'llstry. .,
The what intend do 'lj'
picture is even more they to about, formances start at 8 o'clock, and are One of their basic musical instruments
morning's should have
paper alarming in South Florida the cancer of organized crime open to the public of all ages without the hour-glass drum :
j shocked residents of North where drug traffic and related that affects the "Well-being of admission fees. Following the performance received its name from the shape
{ and South Florida into spilling crimes have reached such the entire the usual informal/>> reception which was designed lo make it "talk 1r:
their morning coffee. nation, and par- with refreshments, will be held, dur- in one of the native languages of the |/
that critic
proportions one ticularly Florida;a state thatis ,ing which the audience may meet and Ishiingi' group. African ;=Stick 'Uaucerli iolsnii
i One related to Governor says the area is "caught up in of great importance to both u[. bnn

Graham's call for the a wheel of criminal activity"that Mr. Reagan and Mr. Carter. .u:O III flllm

l Statewide Grand Jury to in- has actually become a j3 Pedestrian And'>ifi ward
{ major factor in its economy. .:... : Bicyclists b'w
vestigate organized drug traf- '-1' County Agents By Deaths
'. ficking in North Florida and Police and other agents of Longer: J'- Cotle? 1 tt'Ii'l1; 1

i related crimes from the law BobbyTaylor TALLAHASSEEPedextrlans and
ranging are "definitely losing
notebook bicyclists Kitted orZ
"- are being )1M
i bribery to murder.
the battle" organized '
In world where highways of Florida at:a fcchttfSsaid
a everythingand ,
crime a spokesman told a the Florida Highway'PsrtrW41'' '
j The other headline pro- three-day Conference on even every'one seems Plioill" HIIK'MIIYou Records show that pedestrian
claimed "South Florida Crime being held in Miami destined to become merely deaths are up t4 percent and t)1 t y\)11\)
I Labeled the Cocaine and another number; there is no deaths are up 19 percent'duhn he
f Marijuana Capital of the Beach this week and a major consolation in the fact that don't have to look ut a date .its; .and pastures will slow"down in giowIh I first eight months 'of .1980. o-er'fh' / ;
> World" part of the blame was placedon Uncle Sam has plans for ad- (the uilonriiir. to know Ihat we are Into' andpioductum. Man) cattlemen will same period in 1S79
leaders in government.The .the last quarter| of the )'ellr. the need lo plant some kind of winter Colonel Kldrige' Beach. 'Pair.
/' conference was told that "All ding another four digits to our weather reminds us that we me Into/ foi.igcusn pail of his winter feeding director said. "Preliminary reports
The dismal details in both our elected officials have done present five-number zip codesin I the fall season and winter time is mil pl'ujram. show 443 pedestrians and 68 bicyclists
i stories revealed conditions 1981. faraway. have been killed during the first eight/
that unless corrected, will absolutely nothing except One forage thai should l he givenpriority months of 1980. At that rate we may
l 1 the Sunshine spend money on strike forces At a recent Congressional There is evidence that our plants is while clover if I the cutlleni.in surpass the all time highs of 1979 in
eventually put even that have done nothing; committee hearing the lire feeling the uffccls the weather has land that is suitable fur .which 610 pedestrians and 98
State under a cloud off change because pecan trees and oilier I his crop The advantages. uf clover/ bicyclists! were killed"
i they've spent money on con erudite editor of "The Old
fear that will discourage the plants I hill shed their leaves in the are time numerous/ I tlllUL'lIl1ulIlIUW., u but "Improper actions by the
I t influx of new residents as well gressional hearings that have Farmers Almanac" told the winter me lohing their (leaves lit a the lost and management( I Involved Is pedestrians 'and bicyclists usually
as threaten the tourist in- done nothing. And they have would-be perpetrators of this pretty fast pace Even pine I rl'l'llllre will I woi.Hi I he if foil. contribute to fatal crashes: however
dust never sent any money down to numerical monstrosity that shedding needles fast enough tit ie-. motorists can and should use more
ry.t' local police departments." "a nine-digit Zip will drive (quire raking once or till ice per week In addition lo white clover there care when approaching either one.
/ on some law"us. me several oilier 1"tIlIl111II'ielles/ Two' Important factors which will
In his call for an investigation -
Organized crime, throughthe people crazy. It's that will make excellent winter reduce these tragic deaths are proper
i the Governor said that sale of narcotics injects preposterous and ridiculous. Speaking of pecan trees. II looks! pasture these can be needed into training for the youngsters and addi
law enforcement agenciesI close billion Claiming that it would be the like our pecan crop will be disappointing halii.iRi'tiss pastures [that have been > trails to keep bicyclists
I have found evidence. : of to $200 a year into' worst thing for the count'rysance this year. Early in the year prospects disked lo tear up at least half of the separated front heavy car'and truck
the nation's the con "
economy were good most Ironsset traffic said Beach.
numerous involving Mount St. Helens Hud mid dulled
conspiracies or broadcast with
i ference was told, and the U.S. u good' main pecans However, lie concluded, "Until these thingscan
narcotics least :11"1 of
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pounds lu-11 fcililuvr
large-scale the almanac editor
i Coast Guard which admits erupted unfavorable weather conditions this be accomplished, everyone who
consider ciimscin. red and
traffic and other crimes in an said. "If the electronic arrowleafclover
com- summer has caused I the majority uses the streets and roadways can
the refugee exodus has left it because of their
area stretching from Jacksonville puters ever broke down with pecans t to drop before they matured pruKpecti'ehilCh help by using more care
t & unprepared for the coming insects and diseases were also a yields.
and1 G nos YIJ1e, toPensacoIarSevenail the complexities of nine problem
onslaught of smugglers from I trees and
nirjnths': go ai digits there would be mail go- on groves To grow clover or ryegrass, \\ 11.1.1\-1'1)WU1\K\

i fational ag fast only Colombia three probably will of seize the ing to wrong places all over Good primped ,also appeared remember to soil test and apply Hilt It*:('UK:.VI'ION:\
f iree t'grliSted\<;I6iing( percent the country." throughout/ pecan belt curly the recommended liming and Letter tit the EditorI !
drugs entering the U.S. from materials before or at planting Select
out"hei $ year. They continue lo look /good in '
I 3 among the top ten iifvcNmej that South American nation. And, ; what about the time most areas but sonic places like fertile soils or fields that are naturally fur would the like lo thank the City Council -
South Georgia may be Mining ihe moist but not apt to be flooded! furv: confidence they placed in
j i rate in the nation. ""4.0' With the sale of drugs alone and trouble the poor letter- same problems we" have hurl extended periods. me by m7 1Ipodntmenti! to:the Boardof
becoming a $200 billion industry writer has to spend Recreation' I will do) everything I
f In a petition to the Supreme in the nation,' it is' remembering or looking up a .1 mention prospects! and product Ion Plant Into freshly prepared seedbed can within' my: ability to'work with the
(Court to expand the jurisdiction remarkable that none of the, number like 32091-5907 which throughout the country because IIUPP.l or closely grazed or mowed sod! City Board Couocil and the*Recreation
of the, statewide grand Ij of pecans at the time of> harvest soon, after a rain,'or when there is"' 4hntlaue.leiprodida; the best
t is '
presidential candidates is addressing what' Starke's number .
-, possible .1'1II d eatitJn .wlthi"the
largely'. .determine the prices we enough moisture for seed germination. city
r jury, the Governor said hehadl the problem of might look like i in the com- receive,I land pap for local pecans Use recommended varieties, and coonfBi tt .t.. '
]|reason to. believe the crimes crime in his campaign. puterized version of the present It'* ton .early,.to determine and Innoculale clover seed property\ r < Tplll.who have tin Interest
involved bribery, criminal zip code? now However," some price will be Seed at the proper rate between. now y. .In i recmu{ fi. I would like for them to,
(fraud, extortion larceny, Rather than ;.wasting"'their 'v established by ,the first of the next and November H. VTJV" know" if t they have any suggestions or

[murder perjury, narcotics. time and boring the electorate:Wslf you"don't think you can month when the. first pecans- are offered \*'.'questillri'Weontact- and area,to feel free

(and violations of the PpfidaRacketeerInfluenced / : ,with bickering, ..the"sins ,, rake it/.ubetter write your for sale.. forage 1II be program happy to with discuss. you.your Call winter ort.> s-provide .',me a.t'\wer:I. will do my best to J

( and and errors of the past, we/ favorite congressman and iJ J Cooler weather Is also a reminder com by our County; Agent office at'i"I\ ,'i fl Edward: W. '
Corrupt Organizations Act. would much rather they: ,tell us soon. ", Mat our'spring. and! summer grasses any time. Starke. Aeridgeo(

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Michael and Rhonda Howe of
at Starke announce the birth of s son,
Karen Reddish ,
'. Fall Events: PlannedBy Nicholas Dean Howe, born October
Richard Torode Woman's Club 13,1980, in Alachua General Hospital,
To Wed Oct. 18 Gainesville.
MeetingMrs. Paternal grandparents are Mrs.
Miss Karen Reddish and Richard R.M. Riherd ,guest speakerfor Mildred Howe and the late Rev.Tom- t
Torode will be united in marriage on the October meeting of the my Howe of Starke. Maternal grandparents -
Saturday Oct. lB.l.at : with In the. Woman's Club of Starke Oct. 8, gave are Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Hellbron Baptist Church a reception an Informative talk on the personneland Landers of Macclenny.
following in the church: services of the Bradford County
,Fellowship Hall. Health Department.The .
All friends and relatives are Invitedto Derek Jason Gaines
attend., meeting was conducted by Mrs. X .
W.H. Thomson, president. The devotion Mr. and Mrs. David Gaines of
was presented by Mrs. W.B. Mun-. Starke announce the birth of a son,
Miss Karen Reddish dy. Business included a report by tlp Derek Jason Gaines October 3, I960
Shower HonoreeA Mrs. L.T. Young and Mrs. V.J. In Alachua General Hospital
Spengler on the successful spaghetti Gainesville.
miscellaneous shower honoring luncheon on Friday Oct. 3. Mrs. F.J. 1 ryd Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Miss Karen Reddish, bride-elect ol Shaw, chairman: the Grounds Com- Mrs. L.M. Gaines and Mrs. Fern
Richard Torode, Tuesday, September mittee, has been supervising work on Wells, all of Starke. Maternal grand-
30, was given by Mrs. Kathryn Luke the clubhouse grounds. Mrs. L.A. mother Is Mrs. Dorothy Teston of
Mrs. Darlene Hardee, Mrs. Faye Canova reminded members that Lawtey. Maternal greatgrandfatherIs
King Mrs. Dorothy McCarthy Mrs. Sarah Norton Saturday Oct. 11, there will again bea Dave Tanner, of Lawtey.
Pam Tlson Mrs. Betty Norman, Mrs. Richard Hinds city-wide clean-up and urged sup-
Margaret Norman and Mrs. Dorothy Randall Erik Scoggins
Van Pelt In the Hellbron Baptist Sarah Norton port.A special guest for the Nov. 12 Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scoggins announce -
Church: Fellowship Hall. meeting will Be Mrs. John W. Mace, the birth of their son Randall
Upon arrival, corsages: were Richard HindsTo president of Florida Federation of Robin Pritchett-Glenn Erik on September 15, In Alachua
presented to Miss Reddish, her Wed Dec. 5 Woman's Clubs. On Tuesday night at Kemp General Hospital, Gainesville.He .

mother Mrs. Lamar Reddish and the Mr: and Mrs. E.M. Norton Sr., of 8 p.m. a party will be held In Mrs.Mace's joins a sister, April Lynn, age
prospective groom's mother Mrs.John '
honor at the home of Mr. and 2's.
Torode, Sr. Kingsley Lake, announce the engage-of Mrs. Jim Womack In Country Club united in candlelight ceremonyIn Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
ment and approaching marriage
Long gift and refreshment tables Richard Estates. Members, as well as Mrs. Paul Meng, Hampton. Paternal
their daughter Sarah to
highlighted the hall with each being members of Junior Woman's Club
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C.R.
(Rick) Hinds, son of Mr. and Mrs.
covered in white linen cloths. The Hinds of Starke. and Little Women are invited to meet a traditional with cranberry chiffon overlays. The Scoggins, Starke. Great grand
refreshment table was centered with Kenneth our State President. First Christian bridesmaids wore silk flowers in their mother. Elvia Dowling of Starke.
The wedding will be an event of Fri- ceremony at the .
large bells flanked by silver colored bo-
wedding Other Dinner- hair and carried varied
day Dec. 5, at the Morgan Road Baptist events planned are a Church in Lake Butler September 20, Morgan Dean TraylorDean
candelabra: with pink burning tapers. daises and
Fashion Show at 6:30: on Saturday Robin Lorraine Pritchett quets of roses, pom-poms
One end of the table held an artistic Church.All 1980 ribbons. and Nancy Traylor of Lawtey
November 15. a special Christmas bride Alan trimmed in pink
became the of Glenn
white sheet cake trimmed in pink friends and relatives are cordially musical program on Friday The flower girls, Misses Kelll Murphy announce the birth of a son, Morgan
with Individual small trimmed invited to attend.DUPLICATIIRIDOI. Kemp. and Brenda Dean born October 8, In St. Vincent's
squares December S directed by Mrs. La Von Given in marriage by her father, of Gainesville Kemp
In pink. Each was centered with of Vero Beach Hospital Jacksonville.He .
Drives, and the annual Christmas Marvin Pritchett the bride the groom's niece
wore an
small pink rosebuds. The other end of Tea Bazaar and Parade of Homes on antebellum of Chantilly lace. were dressed in gowns of pale pinksilk joins a brother, Michael, age 3.
the table a choice of refreshing drinkswas CLUS RESULTS Sunday December: 7. gown organza with ruffled floor-length Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
skirt featured
The full
served. Winners at Tuesday's Duplicate hooped layersof scatteredrose Mrs. A.C. Bastard of Kingsley Lake.
Mrs. Geraldine Lennon, Presidentof ruffles skirts and puffed sleeves,
One of the gift tables was centered Bridge were: first, Eva Matheson Lake Butler Woman's Club, was a train.lace The full ending lace sleeves In a chapel which petals down the aisle. Paternal grandparents are Mr and
with a large pink umbrella. The other Keystone and Charles Riddle Lake. guest of Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar. to the hand Attending the groom was Jon Prit- Mrs. R.N. Traylor of Lawtey. '
came a point over were
was centered with an arrangement of City; second Mr. and Mrs. Jerry New members of the club are Mrs. edged with iridescent and chett brother of the bride, who serv- Linda fAt i
fall flowers. Moran, Kingsley Lake; and third sequins Michael Tougaw
Glenn Polk and Mrs Clarice Stevens seed A Vienese neckline also ed as best man. Usher's were
Party games were enjoyed Rhea Johnson and Hilda Dey, who transferred from the Junior embossed with sequins and seed Fortner Andy Raulerson Phillip "Baby Gator" Shower.
throughout the evening with prizes Keystone Heights. Woman's Club and Mrs. J.E. Den pearls accented the bodice. The bride Pritchett Fred Clemons Jimmy Mrs. Linda Tougaw was honored at
being awarded. The club Tuesday nightat
plays every mark. Thomas and John Griffis.
and veil trimmed In
Miss Nancy Lee the gift book. the Inn beginning at 7 wore a Juliet cap Mrs. a "Baby Gator" shower Friday even-
Holiday p.m. wedding
kept Hostesses who provided a delightfulsalad For the daughter's
Invited Chantilly lace. In the double ring ing, Oct. 3, at the home of Mrs. Ray-
As the All to at-
a memento of occasion the bridge players are luncheon were Mrs A. Russell Barbara Montpetit chose a formal
bride -
the wore mond hostess in Lake
-family Stanwix-Hay
ceremony ,
hostesses the honoree witha tend. vic-
presented with
Norman chairman: Mrs. L.A. heirloom earrings of pearls and gold. dress of teal green chiffon a Hampton Oaks.Refreshments. ,
7-plece Regal Cast Aluminum Canova Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs. She carried a silk flower bouquet of torian fluted neckline. Mrs. Kemp.
served the
I cookware: set.Brothers. L.H. Gibson, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton. white roses.A mother of the groom was attired In a were on
Mrs. A.R. McRae, Mrs. Paul Bridges, full-length dress with matching screened porch where the Gator
of love
program songs was pro-
and blue theme
Share ADK Changes jacket.A orange was predominant. -
Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. E.R. .
vided on the organ by the bride's The cake contained Individual
Birthday PartyMr. Meeting Day Weaver Miss Delia Rosenberg and aunt, Ann Fortner and on the piano by reception for the wedding couple servings each decorated with orange
and Mrs. Wayne Hollingsworth. Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Miss Florence Jennings., her cousin Hilda Mallard. Mr. and was held at the Lake Butler Com and blue booties.Outoftown .
Jr., hosted a birthday party for their Delta Kappa met Monday, October Mrs. Robert MacNeille sang a duet munity Center after I the wedding. guests Included: 0 Mrs.
sons- Oct. A.r.'t! sr their home in 13, at 7 p.m. in the Episcopal Parish Robbie LaFever.Celebrates"1st ':If* to 'the i accompliment of hisjgujlart,4'Whitherj3'hoiGoest" Guests were greeted by Sandra Wade. Jack Darden Mrs. Tougaw's mother:
fquaewitt..j'residentJeanne, Loper .and. ;Serving cakes, punch and canapes to -Mrs.'Gave Tougaw, mofher-in-luW:
TheCtlh!! <; ,__ *" <, ; ,. : rthday1"1.I' ."King of Ingwall rendered later'lit'he tithe :200 guests wer, Bernice H.ilmes.,
Jeffrey, ha Bobbie LaFever celebrated his first ( wedding ceremony that was Blanche Howard, Palsy Elixson, Pat-
9 and Keith was 4 on October 8. Devotion was presented by Laurie Mrs. W.D. Darden Jr., aunt: and
The Tom and Jerry cartoon Mullins.A birthday October 3, with a party performed by Rev. Bill Delaney.The sy Fortner, Cathy Seay. Barbara Dale Johnson. sister; all from the
characters theme was carried out for tape and slide presentation for hosted by his mother, Mrs. Connie bride chose as her maids of Murphy Evelyn Bralher. Belly Palalka area. Mrs. Tougaw's stolen).
the party. Founder's Day was presented by LaFever.The honor Kathy Carroll and Ramona McMulim, Maggie Roberts Ann Fort Jane Harrier of Bradenton and Dawn
About 35 members of the family enJoyed Vickie Beat Lucille Payne, Marilyn theme for the party was Donald Crews of Lake Butler.. Bridesmaidswere ner, Faye Hazen Mary Lou Wilson Darden of Gainesville were In.attendance / -
the affair. Vellenga and Willie Mae Denton. Duck with a blue and ;yellow color Ginger Robertson Brenda Grif- and Pat Traiy. She Whilehead coordinated also. i
Committee reports were given. theme. fis, Mori'el t Hart, Suzanne Seay of the reception. v The shower was enjoyed by twenty-
the friends and relatives at. Trenton and Janet Malphurs of High The bride chose a leal green
The meeting date has been changedto Among nine friends and family members.
Did You Know............
Springs. They were dressed Identically strapless dress with a beige slcovlo
the first Monday of each month tending were grandparents, Assisting In serving were Mm. John
beginning In November. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jeffers Sr. to the maids of honor in dresses of jacket as her going away dress. Shanburgcr. Mrs. Jane Ifafn r. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams attendedthe Mrs. Cobb Robbie's cranberry featuring full-length After the trip to central Florida the
Hostesses for the evening were Cathy aunt Jesse Moore' Miss\ Dawn Dardun and
Georgla-Ole Miss football game Vickie Beal, Ernestine Denmark and was also honored with a cake for her pleated skirts and halter necklines couple: are residing in Starke. Miss June Stanwix-llay.
over the weekend in Athens.Ga., and
Brenda Farnsworth. birthday which is also October 3. ..... .. ..... ....
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Page U. TEILEVRAPH'October' 18, 1980

Luncheon Fetes Little Women Hold ,' due by the first meeting In November. /''\\ 'Karen Claudette Griffis
Robin Pritchett ,' "Model Meeting'!* "' ..' Gina Lane nominating chairman,": ,: g t r.
... gave the committee' recommendations > BIRm; ;k' ,); H.I{<;:lfuofl| '
Special The Uttto Women's"Club held-. to fill the'' vacant offices of AnnouncedMr.
highlighted a "Model Meeting" for new members secretary and parliamentarian.Tam-
t luncheon honoring Robin Pritchettand last Thursday night, Oct. 9, at the my Baldree was elected secretary
13. bridesmaids Saturday;Sept. Woman'Club Building. and Sue Meadows, parliamentarian.. Martha Hope Paterson and Mrs. Keith F. Griffis of
Robin the recent bride of Glenn I Denmark Presiding, president.at the meeting was Stacy I Larry and Terri Paterson of Starkeannounce' Macclenny announce the engagement
.G Kemp, and her The Invocation the birth of a daughter, and approaching marriage of
guests were enter- and devotional were formulated
for the An
was given by the vice- their daughter Karen Claudette to H.
tained Martha Hope Paterson October 3,
by a program consisting of nual Christmas
president. Formal
Karen to be
Chitty Special held in Clinton Miller of Orange Park, the
1980 Alachua ,
music General
and Hospital
Sandra Wade poetry. guest was Mrs.WIC Thomson,Veal.* December 12.the,at the club house.Other Gainesville. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M, Millerof
sang "You Needed dent of the Senior Woman's Club,who events that Little Women will be Heights. -
Paternal grandparents Mr.and
Me" tothe accompaniment of Ann participating in will be are
gave a special the Woman's
to the .
Fortner the |prospective Mrs. Robert G. Paterson, Jr., of
on piano.Ginger Robertson Club Fashion Show
memberta who on November
were In attendance. 18, ,
rendered an oral interpretationof Mrs. Joan and a reception for the State Presi Starke. Maternal grandparents are' Miss Griffis a student at the
the poem "The Highwayman" by Sponsor for the Little Cbltty.Women Senior, Club dent, Mrs. John Mace, on November Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dyal of University of Florida, is the grand.
Alfred Noylea. Lynn Chasteen of short talk on"What The Little Women gave a 11.The Executive Board of the Little Keystone Height Paternal great"grandparents daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maine M.
Lake City sang a medly of Broadway Are All About",and also Women will meet October 28,with the are Mr. and Mrs. Griffis of Raiford and Mr. and Mrs'C.K.
gave some of
tunes including "Cabaret" the objectives for the club's regular meeting on November' Carmen S. Bowers of Ft Lauderdale. Thorpe of Macclenny. ',
"Mame" and "What I Did for) The club: treasurer year.Mary Anne 4. Time and place of the Executive Maternal great-grandparents are A November 22 wedding is planned.
Love"from "A Chorus Line." Miller announced that dues of$9 are Board will be announced later. Mrs.Lucy Finley of Keystone and the
Lisa Gayf Tucker Lemon yellow and white were the Thomas M. Finley.
theme colors chosen for the lun-
Randall D.Kelley .
cheon which --
was held in the -= -
Fellowship Hall of the First" Christian Dr. Lounette
Eaton B.S.
Lisa Gaye Tucker Church. Yellow and white daisy D.C. I Keep FRANK WILLIAMS Working For You
Randall D. Kelley arrangements were centered on Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C.
each long table where the guests dined -
Engagement AnnouncedMr. Silver candelbra with yellow Frank Williams Voted Against

.and Mrs. Brinkley L Tucker of tapers flanked the centerpieces. 7 Keystone Chiropractic Clinic .
Brooker, announce the engagementand Hostesses for the occasion were: Gun Control Legislation And Led
approaching marriage of their Ginger Robertson, Ann Fortner and
daughter Lisa Gaye, to Randall D. Sue Whitehead. A luncheon of ham At SR-21 North' a The Floor Fight To Kill Gun
Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. potato salad, green beans and
Kelley of Brooker. blueberry cake was served. Keystone Shops Suite 5 Control Legislation.
The wedding Is planned for Old photographs of'Robin, tier
November 14 at 7:30:: p m. in the First cheerleading pom-poms, some Phone 473-3604 + Frank Williams Has Voted
Baptist Church of Brooker. cherished stuffed animals and other I
Bradford The bride-elect Is a 1980 graduate of covered mementos table.were displayed on a lace Hours -9a.m.-1p.m. and 3p.m. 6pm. I Consistently Against Increased
High School.Mr. Kelley is a
1975 graduate of BUS. Guests included the bridesmaids: Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. Taxes.
All friends and relatives,are invited Janet Malphurs,Suzanne Seay,Mor- Frank Williams/,,
to attend. Brenda rell Hart Griffis., Ginger Other Robertson guests were and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursdays House of Representatives

the mother of the bride, Barbara Modern X-Ray
Montpetit; the mother of the groom, Physical Therapy Facilities Pd.. Pol. Adv. Pd.For By Frank William District 25 Democrat,
Louise Kemp; Sandra Wade, Ida -
Fortner,Barbara and Kelli Murphy,
T-taY LAtwa Mildred Rivers, Lynn Chasteen, ---
Bernice Holmes and the hostesses

Card of ThanksOur 5 PIECE PLACE
Put heartfelt thanks to all who extended -
your house on comforting sympathy and help FREE SETTING OFSTONEWARE
my low-energy in our recent sorrow. Special thanks
diet. to those who brought food to the !
home, floral offerings and other
Gordon's6th SEE!:!: DETAILS!: AT STOR!!:.
nesses. We are deeply grateful.The .
Year of Service Family of

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Girl Scout Newsby ,. Hampton Highlightsby I

Carolyn Eaves meets at the same time and place Tuesday with Our Own Kathy Casey Sept 30 at the Western steer.:,The at
Phone 964-S812 with Edna Allen, Sheila Fayson and Hobbs (Yea!) and Martha Pillow. tendance was sure great (needless to '
A warm welcome to the new Girl Regina Price. Junior Troop 31 also meets on Tues- say) and we are all trained for the Dolores Meng Mrs. YickhtJSeal's Second Grade:
Scout leaders, we lure are glad to'' Brownie Troop 32S meets Mondayat day with Corrine Wiedenthal. At lasta QSP.Scouts will be receiving their In- Phone 468-1911 Melissa Byrd Andrla Fenton, Aimee
have you. .Lawtey Is ready for the the BJE Complex with Beulah Lennon scout year for the Brooker area. We formation soon,,and should, return Hodges,Amy Horne,Shannon Hughes
scout year and has added three tow and Sarah Morris. Junior Troop know It will be a fun year for the their envelopes as" soon as possible. Senior Cltliena and Don Roberts.
assistant leaders, great! Brownie 684 meets Wednesday at Greater scouts and the leaders. the past QSP offered only magazines. On Friday, October 17, the Hampton Mre.,(Arlene Rich's Third Grade:
Troop 481 meets on Monday at the Allen Chapel with Elizabeth Walker... It Is a Joy to see the opportunities For this drive they have added Senior Citizens Club will hold an Allison Archey, Michael Campen,
school/ with Willie Mae Randolph, and Edith Thomas. '- lor so many girls being made possibleby records, tapes and cassettes, which interesting meeting In the City Hall at Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes Glenn
Pauline Barber, Dorothy Mae Davis Laurie and I are especially excited the large number of leaders being would make great Christmas gifts. :3 I o'clock. All are welcome) Frlese. Mary Hill, Stefanie Hughes,
and Cynthia Ross. Junior Troop 691, about the new Brownie Troop at willing to share a few months of their Everyone please read about the pro- Misty Koehler, Jerry Lolacano
._. Brooker Elementary meeting on time and so many organizations being gram and support your scout. Once, Coupon Refund Club Angela Mitchell, and Karla Rush.
willing to share their meeting places. again the troop will receive Immediately The Hampton Coupon and Refund Mrs. Mindy McLean's Fourth
Thanks to each one of you. sot per subscription and Club will h amdon Saturday,the City Grade: Tina Branham, Brian Davis,
the Council Hall at 1 Oct. 18.Everyone Billy Jordan, Quinton Ford, Roy
Within the next few weeks we hopeto Gateway will receive 90%
have scouts meeting In Lake Butler which Is a boost. Last year we earned interested in saving money Payne and Terri Kennan.
and Hampton with their new leaders. $25,000 which Is directly returned to on grocery bills is invited to attend. Miss Claudette Peterson's Fifth
the scouts Please bring along coupons and re- Grade: Diana Cardin, Cassandra
Please register as soon as possible so by Nay of camp Improvements
fund forms you do not plan to use and Fisher, Sandy Frlese,iMlndy Hersey
won't miss the fun things plannedfor equipment purchases,
ati you
exchange with others available at the
: | October. and program services. and Andy Redding.
Thanks to Readers Digest for the meeting. Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's Sixth
iiliLongchamp super dinner they had for all Girl Grade: Marty Aderhole, Randall
Scout leaders and assistants Tuesday Happy Anniversary Glisson, Tammy Peeples, Kim Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith and Sean Smith. '
I 1 II celebrated their Wedding Anniver- Mrs. Millie Galanos Seventh
sary on October 11. Congratulations! Grade: Amy Clark and Melissa
Birthdays PerfedC! attendance was attained bya
Happy Birthday to Robbin good percentage of students. This
Wadsworth who celebrated her 19th list will be published at the end of the
A to Pawn Shop'WANTS birthday on Oct. 12. tchool year.
Eric Caulk turned 5 years old on Oc-
New Students
I Homes/ tober 12.FranU: Former students returning to
Innocent celebrated his 11th
after living In Tampa for.tevetal
birthday on Oct. 13. to
weeks were: Lilly Hinz in the
Waters shared her decorated
Lynn second grade, Hmz fourth
Gold Class Rings <.( jj Wedding Bands birthday 17th birthday/cake of in October celebration 13 with of her her and grader seventh Eva grader Hinz in Eric the fifth Hinz.grade Also

parents,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waters,
enrolling on Monday were Deanna
and her sister Doll. Also for
144 W. Cd18tSSi531 present fifth
Dailey, a grader and her
55 '" Watches the refreshments were her brother, Daniel
brother Dailey who came
Harold; her uncle, Earl Newman
from Orange Park.Tony Raines from
from Washington, D.C.; another un-
Valdosta. Georgia, enrolled in the
cle, Ron Newman and son, Ronnie
third grade on Monday.
from Melrose; her grandmother, Testing
Mrs Louise Newman of Starke. State Assessment Tests were given
-- .-..... Among friends attending were Tim- last week in Mrs. Rich's third grade
my Gasktns of Starke, Louette Smith, class and in Miss Peterson's fifth
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng of grade class.
Hampton Lake. PTA Meeting
Happy Birthday to Barbara Davis Mrs. Kathy Fenton president
DICTIONARIESSEE who was 10 years old Oct. 15. presided at the PTA Meeting held at
Frankie Rahme Is 11 years old today the school Tuesday October 7.
,October 18. Mr. Alvarez and all FFA officers
DETAILS BELOW were present at this meeting. They
Condolence presented films andslides on Bradford
Sympathy Is extended to the family County activities. In addition
and friends of Mrs. Ruby Redd they offered to help build booths for
Richard of Alachua who died on Mon- the upcoming Halloween Carnival at
VI day at Alachua General Hospital. Her our school.
FRESH YOU CAN'TBUY funeral was October 15 at Alachua Mrs. Beverly Padgett was introduced -
PORKBUTTS Methodist Church with internment at as the Brownie Troop leader for
e 0 I BETTER New Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Richardwas grades 1. 2 and 3 In this area. They
II .SO WHY the mother of Calvin Richard, will have their first meeting on Thurs
.. son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald day,Oct. 16, Immediately after school
PAY MORE? Adkins. hours.
= Mrs. Inger Campen Halloween
St' Hampton Lake Carnival Chairman will be assistedby
Good Luck Mrs.Jolene Friese and Mrs.Cathy
LB A VQ. Randy Scoggins was thrilled to cap- Williams.
ture a 74 pound doe deer Saturday at The room count for best representation -
Camp Blanding with his bow and ar of parents at the meeting endedin
: .FREE row. After several hours of waiting a tie between the 4th, 6th and 7th
58 98e 9S.c t for the right moment, Randy was ableto grades. They will split the $10 award
aim accurately,and Is now ready to between themselves
LB I DICTIONARY have a good venison dinner. PTA Carnival

L SAVE 20. 'I.B__ o. SAVEt40 AIR __ _.. '- $AVP.ff! 1) LJR- .. ."t" ""BUTVOWJIIIESZt.OPIYiI Mrs.Kim Happy Morgan Birthday celebrated her Mrs. Campen thai preliminary, chairman plansfo announces ;-

F October 11th birthday Sunday with a the Halloween Carnival to be held
!!!!IS. ENCYCLOPEDIA FORAwlletaa5 party at the home of her parents and Saturday,Oct.25 will Include making
IIiIIJ1III!! OVER LBS IIIaI!!! cusnNcoTarEP IIfdIII! .lIPSLADecINICK JUST sa.99 EACH other family members. decorations and selling raffle tickets.
I BEEF $-fl88 SIRLOIN $298 STEAK $188 G GET A FREE Happy Birthday to Mrs. Virgie The student raffle item Is a Sears
FOR STEW __ STEAK ROAST DICTIONARY.PEDIAPOBONLV Barksdale on October 151) 20"dirt bike.Also being given away is
Frank Sheffield celebrated his 14th a $100 food certificate for the Winn
birthday October 9. Dixie Store, and a Coleman cooler.
SAVE>O'A UOVEI1 9 US PIIESH VAU.EV KBX&tiSSESSXSRound': ': ::::..-.Itu.;':. .'::.1'':'..... '' Lone Snow celebrated her 14th birthday Prizes will be awarded for the best

Ground Beef. -148 Steak. LB-278 Spare Ribs. --118 -- on October 10. decorated booths as well as the

M..NF AI*MM AVO...........(MAM A MXH :-'Irl,: : :'-!'."....... ....BO...MMM A LB-.............laMMO YOLU"PGNKa WAGNALLS 1 OP Hampton Planning Elementary Day School costume Parade will contest.begin at the The Hampton Costume Ci-

Cornish Hens. LB 98* Beef Short Ribs LB*1 38 Pork Neck Bonesa68 NeI. encrcto.** Friday, October 17, is a Teacher ty Hall at 5 p.m., with judging at the
WITH rooD 01lD.A .". .00 Planning Day.Students will not cometo sctmol at 5:30.: Carnival festivities will
school that day. Parents may con- begin at 6 o'clock.
tact teachers that day for information Among features this year are the
NEW ZEALAND about children's progress if they Fish Pond Jewelry Engraving. Pick-
_. A-Pocket Scarecrow Haunted
SPRING LAMB OISCOQI'I FLASH FROZEN OCT GU..II1"TY.QH..VO.I4THMI WEt!:LOCT.32. ,....0. Report Cards House Cake and Animal Walks But
CENTER COT RIB OCEAN On Monday October 13, report tie Tip, Puny Rides Hay Rides. Food
LAMN a SMOKEDPORK cards were sent home with students. Items will Include hot dogs cotton
$128 u.,,.. SI68AVI SKILLET BRAND' PERCH ,Parents are to return attached slips candy, home made ice cream and
LB SLICEDBREAKFAST FILLETS CEPACOLMOUTHWASH which they have signed with any' other desserts.
.AVI TO*AL. .!.OO A UORANGE CHOPS remarks or inquiries they may have. The Country Store will provide new
BACONPork A B Honor Roll handicraft and homemade iloms.
$1128' Students acquired all A's and B's Tupperware will be available also,
$188 OVER for the first six weeks grading periodare with the school benefiting 15% from,
s 3 LB8 LB.a I 49 I as follows: sales.
LB $118 Mrs Jean Clark's First Grade Hank Lot will entertain with his
swvs 40'A Ls 8os
says soA La Scott Branham Scott Campen Lon- band.
SAYS 10'A La !IA VI!..0'iIIm.m nie Cusler. Jessica Fisher Regina The Carnival will terminate with un
Padgett Ann Carol Roberts David Auction of attractive items donated
Roberts and Rush. merchants in this locality -
Darlene by generous
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St. Mark's Acolytes StanwU-IUy. Little Jane Stanwix-

I LawtevNews AI M1111111,10, lopalwlar Attend FestivalFive Hay was a guest.Veterans .
-- - -
t# ..;;: : acolytes from St. Mark's

by Elisabeth Terry Friends of Mrs. R.H. Futch regretto Mr. ''J.red Mrs..:Gary Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. John Tyson and his Episcopal: Church participated In the Service
Phone 782-3300 learn that she fell on Friday morning daughter of Galncavllle visited their mother, Mrs. Matheson, from Neptune innual Diocese of Florida AcolyteFestival Office Will Be
at her home and broke her hip. mother Mrs,:.Daisy Thompson Thursday Beach were Sunday dinner Sunday,Oct. 12,at St.John'sCathedral .Closed Oct. 2022Bill (
LAWTEYSCIIOLNEWS She Is a patient in Bradford County nJitlt. guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Brown Jacksonville.
Don't forget the School Carnivalthis Hospital. Our prayers are with her. Mrs.'Waldo Pringle and Mrs.: C.D. and Shawna.Mr. John Stanwix-Hay was the Baas' local service officer, announces
Saturday, Oct. 18. Since Friday Is Friends of Mrs. Selma Eunice are Sellers of Auburndale. brought their and Mrs. Cecil Hardee, Mrs. Crucifer, Jason Brown and Paul that the Veterans Service Office
Teacher's Planning Day school happy to learn that she has been sister Mr* D.L. Shaw to Lacro r.. Frelda Griffis and girls, Kathy and Sanders were torch bearers,and Jody will be closed October 20.42'Iothat ;
mothers will be making candied apples transferred from St. Jude Nursing Mrs. Pringle, Mrs. Seller and Ml*. Julie, Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Brown and Eric Sanders carried he may Attend the Annual Mid-.
and booth decorations in the home in Jacksonville to Starke Nurs- Oni Thornton were Friday overnight: children, and Mrs.Marcie Taylor and large banners in the processional Into Winter Training Conference In St..
cafeteria Friday. You're welcome to ing Home. She will be glad to have guests of their sister! Mrs. Pierce son. Glen, of Highland, attended the the Cathedral.The Petersburg.
come help out, beginning about 10 some of her friends vlst her. Crews. On Saturday Urs. Crews and Hardee reunion at Brooker on Sun- sermon was given at this 4
a.m. Also baked goods and country Mrs. D.O. Brown and her daughter her sisters Mrs. Pringle, Mrs. day, Oct. 12. o'clock service by The ReverendR.W.
store Items will be accepted Friday in Shawna, and Mrs. Bettie Smith and Sellers, and Mrs. Thornton were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson of Bernard Dooly. The Communion Kin gslayl Lgke Baptist '
the cafeteria. her foster children, Stephanie, Rhon- business visitors in Macclenny.Mr. Orange Lake, visited Mrs. Elsie Nor- Celebrant was The Bishop of Homecoming '
We still need Country Store items, da and Michael, were business and Mrs. Kenny Frank of man on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Nor- Florida, The Right Reverend Frank Holds
handmade goodies, visitors to Orange Park Friday after- Lakeland spent the weekend with man came home from Bradford Coun- C rveny. Sunday, Oct. 19
such as plants, chicken with all
A delicious "fried
canned items, etc. We also need bak- noon. their brother-in-law and sister. Mr. ty Hospital on Tuesday, Oct. 7. The Lake Church will
ed goods for the cake walk and Friends of Julius Eunice regret to and Mrs.Oscar Carter on their way to occasion was to celebrate Mrs. Norman's the trimmings" supper was enjoyed Kingsley Homecoming Baptist Service at 11a.m.
after the service by the having
learn that he Is in Breeze, 111. .
a surgical patient birthday.Mr.
table. and all items are with Rev.Greg
dessert Any Oct. 19
North Florida Regional Hospital .. and Mrs. Richard Mayo of dred acolytes from around the ,Sunday,
gratefully appreciated. Gainesville of Oct. 13. Ban Maine, last weekon Diocese their parents, and sponsors.St. Douglas as guest speaker..
as Monday stopped by
Come out and support your P.T.Q. Henry Hodges and Miss Vivian heir Mark's acolytes were accom- Dinner on the.grounds will follow
Our with him. to Disney World and
and school. This Is our big money- Mr.prayers and Mrs.are P. Jimmy Ceballos Crawford attended the Stock Car visited their way brother-in-law and panied by their trainer-leader Ray- the service'.'
maker for the year. Races at Jacksonville Speedway on sister Mr. and mond Stanwix-Hay. Judge and Mrs.
Little League Association and family of Jacksonvile, visited Mrs. Sidney Burris of
Halloween Lawtey dance, Oct. 24, 7pm.- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Saturday Lea night.McClellan Middleburg. They came back this Elzie Sanders and Mrs. Raymond
Crapse, Sr., on Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. spent Sunday week and all of them attended ser-
10:30: p.m. at Lawtey Elementary with her mother Mrs. R.H. at Brad-
prizes for best costume for boy and and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of vices at the First Baptist Church of
ford County Hospital. '
Jacksonville, spent Saturday with Lawtey on Sunday night.
girl.Turkey their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie
Shoot Lawtey Little League Dobbs. i
Association Saturday, Oct. 25, 9 a.m. Local
Miss Linda Crider of Jacksonville, Realtors AttendFla.
tits p.m. north of Lawtey on US 301.
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
CHURCH ACTIVITY Realtors Convention
George Kelly.
Grace United Methodist Church: Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson

HOMECOMING Oct. will be at services the church at and famllYI of Pensacola, spent the Cecelia Terwlllegar, president of Novis Ward of Ralph Bryan Real
Sunday, 19. Worship th their parents Mr. and the Bradford-Union County Board of Estate accompanied Terwlllegar.Mrs. .
Dinner will be served at
llam. noon. Mrs.Bill Dobbs and daughter,Nancy. Realtors Inc. attended the Fla. .Terwillegar is currently serving
The Singers of Heart will sing againat Mrs. D.E. Brown visited her Association of Realtor's annual con- on the Starke Planning & Zoning

United 2 p.m.Methodist Woihen's General mother, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey, in vention at the Sheraton in Bal Har Commission; representing Bradford R11FFFT I
Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville on bour, Fla., last w4M1k.BradfordUnion County on the Suwannee River
Meeting met at the church Tuesday Sunday afternoon. Sorry to say that Is a member of Authority, having been appointed by .. ; ,
night at 7:30 with 6 ladies present. she Isn't doing well at all. Let's pray District I which is composed of nine Gov. Bob Graham; serving on the
: for her. boards with all boards being Election
her present. Committee of the Bradford
Mrs. Fred Moore
accompanied Andrews and Mrs. Sam Lamb returned to her There are 11 Districts. County Democratic Party as well as
Mrs. Ann
daughter, Debbie of Wildwood, to home in Decatur, Tenn., after a two Mrs. Terwlllegar gave the local being the local real estate Board's wae
daughter, '
weeks visit with her son and board's annual There 18
N.C. where Debbie entered report. are first president. She has had her com-
Raleigh, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben realtors and 37 associates in the
Training School for Nationwide In- pre- pany, Terwillegar Realty at 205 N.
returned McCulley.Mr. sent membership. Temple, for the past six years.
surance Company. They w
.and Mrs.Doss Higginbotham of
home on Monday. Her son, Freddie,
Maxville spent the weekend at their
plans to spend a few days over the
mobile home here and with their son-
weekend with her. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Friends of Donald Wilkison, Sr.,
Glenn Shuford. They attended
regret to learn that he is a patient in 1-- .I1
Homecoming at Long Branch on Sun-
St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville.Our :'
prayers are with him. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Fleam Starling 1=
Mrs. Marian Hall, of Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Caldwell of Annie Oakley could split with a bullet a play
was a Thursday overnight guest of Jacksonville on Tuesday. ing card held edge on at thirty pace
her sister, O.J. Anders.

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Elizabeth G.Walker Mt. Moriah United Methodist Choir s ,
Phone 964-6683 rehearses Wed. before the third Sun- yA$
day, 730.: Sunday School 9:30.: Morn-
Meeting of Concerned Citizens: ing Worship 11 a.m. l
The monthly meeting of the Con- Ahtloch Missionary Business f 1,
cerned Citizens of Bradford County, Church: Thursday 7 p.m. +ife
Inc. will be held Thursday, October meeting. Friday night 7:30.: Choir anniversary -
27, 7:30.: All members are asked to attend Sunday School 10 a.m. Sun-
day 7:30: The Imperial Gospel Singersof
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.: Jacksonville will present a pro-
Dell Chapter 168 will sponsor the gram. e +
Feast of the Five Tables Saturday Church of God In Christ: Tuesday .
October 25. 8:00: p.m. The MasonicFamily Bible Band, 7 p.m. and Prayer. Fri-

and friends are invited to attend day 7:30.: Pastoral Teaching. Sunday
Donation 500. The activity will School 9:30. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
be held in the Cafeteria. with Minister Dewey Taylor in

Church Activities: charge. 5:30: YPWW, Sister Jimmy
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Thomas in charge.
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Lovefeast.Service 11 a.m. Dedication Church: Each Monday 6:30 Tiny
of the organ will be held Sunday mor- Tots rehearses. Monday 7:30 Senior
ning,Oct.26, 11 a.m. All members are Choir rehearses. Tuesday Prayer
asked to cooperate with this activity. Meeting 7:30: Wed. McKay and Lee's TO D g Specially Priced
Annual Conference: East Florida Circle will meet at the church. Blye act U3 from FOOD FAIR
annual conference will begin Nov.6-9 Circle will meet at Elane Lee's home. DressSpectacular. .
at Greater Grant Memorial A.M.E. Thursday 7:30 Story Hour at the

church. Friday 8p.m. the men's dept. i.1" .
Church,5533 Gilchrist Road,Jackson- will sell Spaghetti Dinners with meat

ville. sauce, Tossed salad, green beans,
Revival Service: A Revival Service garlic bread and fruit ello. Dinners NOTICEFor
will begin at the Pentecostal Churchof will be sold from the c urch kitchen i
Christ in Lawtey, Oct. 18,at 8 p.m.; Sunday. Sunday School 930. Morning Town of Brooker I
Saturday night will be an Worship 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30. Even-
Evangelistic Service. Visiting ing Worship II p.m. You are Invited.
ministers will speak. The service will Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday

continue nightly under the directionof School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 The Town Brooker will .'.,
A.L. Tankard. All are welcome. a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.
The host pastor, Elder H. Thomas. Mt.Calvary Baptist Church: Thurs- ",
Pleasant Grove United Methodist day 7pm. Prayer Meeting. Sunday hold a public hearing .'
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m.3 p.m. School 10 a.m. Preaching Service 5
Lovefeast Service.Brooker. p.m. ,;
regarding its tentative ;:

NAACP Meeting: The monthly ',. .
meeting of the NAACP will be held
News budget Monday Oct. 20 at I
Monday Oct. 20 at Pleasant Grove '.J
United Methodist Church in Pleasant

Brooker Elementary School members Grove. All are Interested invited. citizens and 7:30 p.m. in the city hall at

State Conference: The NAACP
Brooker Elementary held its' first State Conference will be held In Brooker. ..
P.T.A. meeting on September 16. We Tallahassee October 23-26. 10/16 ltchg
would like to thank School Board

members.Pat Spengler,J.T, Parrish,
and Jim Lawson for attending. New -

P.T.A. officers; were introduced:
Lloyd Stilwell, president; Allen 1 .oi
Crews, vice-president Nancy i
McDavid treasurer and Ethel .D

Douglas, secretary. I
50 s Day was held the following
week. Many thanks to the teachers I
and staff for participating

Saturday. 'October 18, Brooker's
Annual Halloween Carnival will beheld
At 4 the parade will kick-off del
events beginning at the Farmers 0 Here it is dow
Market traveling through town to the .
school. Dinner, bingo and booths will
start at 5. The Haunted House will
Its creaky doors at 7 p.m. The
Cake Walk is scheduled to begin at 8. i
Everyone Is invited for the fun and
food. I
I .7 I
J ,
Raffle tickets are being sold on a is Start the season

Remington 12.gauge Shotgun, 870 n /with these dress values:
Wing Master (donated by Baldwin- s super ; 1
Hayward AMC-Jeep),20-inch Murray l 11 Toni Todd's outstanding

High Rise Bicycle (donated by Rivers group of classy career looks that ,1
Hardware and Furniture), Whitetail
from A.M: t. thru P.M. in
Hunter Compound Bow (donated by move great
Bear Archery).and an Original Landscape -' style.You'll want several at such

Oil Painting on Canvas 24 x small prices. Choose from fall's t

30 (donated by LaTrelle Hamilton). FDDTWDRLD exciting colon and carefree fabrics. .
The following booths and rides will ova -
Sizes 6-18.00.00.
be a part of the carnival along with \
dinner and the Haunted House. 1- ;Stump'SDepartmeRt
108 E Call
Country Store, Sweet Shop, Foot St.9648325Downtown
ball Toes, Duck Pond, Hay Ride Milk
Bottles, Hot Dog Stand Fireman's Starke Store

Dunk Caricatures. Ring Toss, Crazy 1<'
TunneRiand, Dart Balloon Game. Bradford Squirt

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I Tornadoes Got Most of the "Big Plays"

The Bradford High St Augustine High football game last Friday night was
I not one to miss. but If you took your eyes off the field for too long you almost .
surely would miss! something. '

Every play was a powder keg set to Clark's kick made it 30-20 with 4:30
ignite. One long blink of the eye and left and Interceptions by Thomas and r
St. Augustine's Joe Rallglns had reel Kenny Etheridge kept the 'Jackets
ed off three-quarters of the Held witha from getting any closer.

kick return. A turn of the head to Inform The biggest of the big plays by the

a neighbor that Bill Goodge can Tornadoes were: runs by Goodge of 54
break one anytime meant missing and 39 yards to set up two scores; two
most of the Tornado quarterback's 54 bombs by Goodge going; for the 52
yard gallop. A mad rush to the con- yard TD to Thomas and 48 yards to
cession stand for a coke got one back Jonathon Johnson to set up Kenny
lust in time to be told what he missed: Clark's field goal; the tackle at the Raald

'Goodge just threw" a bomb to three on the 'Jackets botched punt attempt ? Brian Thomas number 12 runs back
Thomas for 52 yards. The next trip ; and the long series of e the Interception that shut the door, on
for popcorn could have ended with penalties, which started with a pilingon St. Augustine In the closing l minute
"He did it again" ,threw one to Johnsonfor call and continued with two last week.
48 yards.. And while the spectators unsportsmanlike conduct flags
were asking what all the fuss
Goodge ended with 215 yards of
ing was about over on the St. Tornadoof
total offense split close to evenly with
sideline the In stripes
Augustine men
115 stripes on 21 carries and 100 yards
were emptying their pockets for the on the two passes. Fullback Mike Jordan the Week
slowest'big play" of the
added tackle-breaking runs of 19
ing off 45 yards worth of penalties and 17 yards but neither led to scores Sophomore cornerbackreceiverBrian

against the Jackets on one play. and an onsides kick perfectly drilled Thomas, who scored a
minute of football
That 48 package from Clark to Kenny Etheridge also touchdown on a 52 yard pass play
Included 14 plays covering yards or went to waste as BHS fumbled on the from Bill Goodge and intercepted a
In the end it the Tornadoeswho
more. was next play. pass at the Tornado 27 with 4:28 left in
got most of them. and made best
Tackle leaders were Kevin Reddish the game, was picked as Tornado of
use of the biggies they got, to record a 11 total Kenny Wright. 10, the Week by BHS Coach David Hurst
the Yellow
30-20 over visiting Jackets Frank Swindell 8, sophomore Dale Besides his two big catches Thomas
BHS Coach David Hurse who
giving Buchanon a personal high 7, and 9 v ti also returned a punt 11 yards into St.
what he called
"was celebrating a Mark Crews 7. Augustine territory, and was in on six
39th holding" birthday Friday tackles
the present he wanted in the form of Other weekly award winners were
the first win over St. Augustine since 1 -- -M--- who shared the
... Kenny Elheridge
A.au.mi. a M :ft.
19'75."It ail w4 7 t. a t MI Defensive Back award with Thomas,
was definitely a spectators Clark Booted Six Points Luke and Eric Carroll, who
... .... Randy
-e.c< I it (CS-.A )
game it was not a coaches game, |...._i)r'. ....(c..Mil. | Tornado placekicker Kenny Clark number seven kicked Here Clark Is protected by Chuck Williams (83), Ricky split the Offensive Line honor Defensive -
Hurse said of the win which brought .. fcrdm 1 Va..u. six
through goal posts
BUS up to 2-' while sinking the .._....l f'!. rim(Ca.kkk. ) points with three conversion (68), and Charley Brown.(67). as he toes the ball out of the Swindell and Kenny Wright. and
'Jackets to 1-4. "That's what I wantedfor a.TlmM f'!. .....1-0.W.. (Aid. ......04)) three on a 17 yard field goal to go shared
t-c....* I a r*. ItaM Saw kicks. hold of Bill Goodge. Goodge and Mike Jordan who\
my birthday present"The M a.aiw 'is y+. n.(_Id1.d) the Offensive Back award.
Tornadoes rambled for nine of M_t 1*.....(Ic......Aid. )
the 14 "big plnvs" and six of those led
rl'r" s TDiu. .

... .. .... ;.uds by
fullback Mike Jordan Goodge's one
I yard run and 52 yard pass to Brian :

; Thomas, and a 17 yard field goal by 9. .'
Kenny Clark. The Tornadoes wasted Yes

.only three plays over 15 yards.
St. Augustine on the other !hand got

five plays over that distance but Oo .
I scored on or. after just two of them.

{ A 23-20 margin held up as David
I bparKs bottled St. Augustine up with a FRANK COTTON

I 4J: yard punt to the four yard line to 14-
I set up the final BHS score. After BHS

I held a high snap sailed over SA punter t
{Curtis Hammond's head into the end o
[zone. Hammond chased the ball Into
I the end zone and elected to run it out i Listens

[(rather than take a two-point safety).

i Kenny Wright, Charley Brown and .
i Kevin Reddish swarmed on the SA '.
I punter at the 'Jacket three and on the Phone: 264:8 715 ? ; t REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR FLORIDA HOUSE
t . .
next ....play Jordan. -. -punched..,.. over.- "' .154 GC rruni;; .Court,. Ojange. !Urlu32073j.3 ; -, ",OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 25 -' : ;.

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(i, lurncaneslare Loaded WHAT D 0 YOU\. BELIEVE ? ? ,


(Uaineltmet 8 p.m.,

v',Place: Bradford Stadium FRANK COTTON Believes the American ;;. J'' ;" FRANK COTTON Believes .1 majority! of the

People are saying: "Get BIG Government out of i Citizens District 25 are:

J Two weeks 'ago Tornado assistant our lives" i. _I I'' ',orasrse.taes'agiinsttheERA: /( '__ ...... .
." each Mike Hartley saw films of .
[Gainesville High School's crushing I lII PihaIfQi""t putting/{ I hi' sales lax on gasoline '..', ..__ .._._ .

41-6 win over Eastslde, Bradford'snextoplinnent FRANK COTTON Believes Inflation and the J-1 "e** *."jJ.inslj Kunro tro1.MJJ3 .'_'. ___ .
| ; at that time, and rising/{ coat of living! arc the major concerns of theaverage tf. ::I r' ft :iti.iinst,! an inrre.iw in the 4% sales i.txWflsl ", : ..-'-.... .. .

look American .. .. .. abortion .. ..
f rem ked'they're huge"J they family.FRANK -- ;0; -- :) ...' --- -
i like M college learn),':',; .;;.0. ./.Iir-"nsl ptutingthesalestaxongsocesi's .- !Y." _,. .. --

I Last Thursday.night all the BHS COTTON Believes the government! I.j ell, i i !I.ij.t: Increasing Legislators salaries ._._. .. .. .
I varsH y coaches went dawn to view has forgotten the average American family aye' ".. "

[ the t wanesmanhandiepreviously EXCEPT when it comes to taxes Government U orodt.rt'I.a.il1lf the size of Rover"n'nt. ." __+ \' ....-..
I unbe Jl.iallll fourth-ranked in 4A '5!1
OrlaitMEdgewater: 28-12 GHS hasn'tgott will still let us pay the bill. --.:.. .t "r-- for Representatives who think of the 'ptopU'first . .
i? I :I .... .
J ) smaller but (the unranked ... -. --
I but pqwertawse any Hurricanes may have FRANK COTTON Believe our elected Representatives ..: .**-- r'tseon' .'fnr"Capilal Punishment .. ..__ ._. _.,. I

gnlteri"'ll 'ller. Certainly they've im- should 'represent the people, back: > .\t ;-.jiiffmrioiigh. !: law enforn'mrnl .iiulVniriuini!;\ '( r +. ...cL"\ .. _

proved over a,114-6 loss to eighth- home who are producing the wealth of America. j r! : '.f..f ht- pmlersuimlahlc laws amendments '_0''; .
ranked Palatk.Jn' opening day as Instead it appears they represent the Statc'ol oj, r''a'"w'tot'thc I.egislamie meeting/{.Tyler every i

they have whipped : Live Oak .450 Federal Bureaucracy and spend their time IIYlll't'/ '''- :. ..,".'-: *. *.%tHv.f yearn .. '_...'. .., t: .

the Eastside weeks 41-6.Bence., and The EdgewaterZS Tornadoes 12 will In to justify the existance oft the fiver, growing ever .;r. fur a cap on State Spending '_..;t. .t ti .. .. _,

squandering r ever. consuming BIG Government t -+ ,. .
try to slow the GHS express tommor- :;:,.' e e -Vr\NK .. "
',t'f' COTTON Believes: we need fewer laws :;
In 8
row night, Friday Oct. 17, an .'
p.m. game at Bradford. MemorialStadium. FRANK COTTON Believes/ we need LESS "'' :t'" .., and less goveinment "prolilim solving" First ; y '{ ( I
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CONTROL over our lives and businesses.. I''t'i'. .;:: ; lit.-' 'g !vrrnm.'", finds us a problem then gifsui ,..

Size Is the most obvious attributefor ... I... .1 solution that not only iloein work hulre.lies .' I I
coach .Jim Niblack's District FRANK COTTON( Believes the rights of the ",..'r,: '>et:. another problem : ', ,,_ r .,1, : .
9AAA favorite. The offensive line average law abiding cltiotC'n'ahnul.l, .be considered :1 a. .' ;' .

goes 6-4 2015. 6-0 225 6.0 210...0235. 6.3 above the average rimmal' rights* .. ."...... :,," ,, \ i,. RAN K COTTON Believes: (111I'l'S.isel.he l bt'Mpine '
28<<1. 6-3 210. The defensive front is ,"r ,
that '
ID live in iluv.inl 1 smaller but still sizable at. 6-321C.6-0 FRANK COT'TON'' Beliefs j the l 191411.! |l-I"riI.I'| | .' J: : ,; ) 1"1. an amine. lorv..isti.Inl. iiu tin ion" ..uulSIIIIUIIIIHI 1 .
and 6 0190. : )Pi, '
235.5.10 180 6-0 )
rgislaturc/ can' provide au'|Inr' t' 'q' .
Head Coach David Horse rot con servile fur the people of Honda without ', ; -1-'I'I grntati.es.; '\ : -4, :J, '
to the Imposing any 4a ._." C" ,, ..
ceding : I
anything '.. i ? "
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new taxes. 4 Z \
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its ,10.1 .. .:
visitors says his team will rely on I ,, -- ,' yIn C" '
advantages "We just have to rely on .... ., :\" :( .f'" : "' 1 : : \. ,.:.. .. .
our qUickness. It s obvious they'rebigger .. :.. ,' "I'_ .
but we're quicker Ihun they "" \ ,. .
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are and we have lo utilize that They :

Palatka lost their just first played game a to super Palatka game" the past eight-years., I cannot recall (CAN I am' running to be the Representative of the ,\ '

against them. And we played a good YOU?) our' incumbent Representative: 1. Citizens of District 25. Your Representative .' '
Palalka ('before falling
!game against
27.20)ballpark so, with we know'em"we're In the same District 25 asking our opinion! about any. NOT your guardian. In order to represent, .I i'

Vernell Brown, no. 7, 81 170. thing; any issue or problem facing the. must communicate and; listen, I want, to I

brother UK of Gator former Juhnell GHS Brown star and Is present the people of ,the District',. or. ,the' Stat This ad.know. what:you believe and what you think! .. '

The ,
southpaw Hurricane Is known signal-caller as an explosive: 'proves 'that,_the Citizens! District 25'1can" be \\L':

scrambler throws a verv but cutchable Hartley ball"We'e said. and:he. reached- .' .*ci< .' J ., 't+t, ,: Please complete and mail", .this.l questfonaire l '" '<.\'', 'I

contain him.got" Defensive to pressure Coach him Jim ; ..... 1., AAT<(,,' ", 14 ; ;; 7;'!?'back.tmeThankyour. !, ".; !.wv. '. jrh >;vA" : ;...9, ,

my Thomas said. discounting the nor .." ." .- ". j'I ; ," ".' i\. ::70''... ., .- -. .. /..,., .:?. *'. ''f'/ .. ;, ;0.:. : I

lion that hiS defense would !have to I'' '{ """ ... "' ." 41"" 'A\/\ .;.' ..... ,r f f ." '.... .. ". ,' ; r. -1 \.1 :
back. or' f' ... I' I
make a choice "We can I sit \ 'J.I \ \iJ"f j./ .,.
we"'e got' to go after him.. '5-Ii,185is'' ':*, . '., ",:. J... ". :a,. '. ....... ., ..x.:..: ...J: ..... .. .:.. ,...;.\l.J.. ..",,""':' ; ';.m,; I ,.' .... ..; '" "",' -: ..... ...co,';." -4t, ;..,.; .'jIt'L:,;,! > 1 \) l'f''h'. ,' '"
Aaron Kinney. no..24. .. .--on. .".. \ i'
back.havingearn'ed ,.,. '.J'," -It: \ "' : ., dC\ : :ve..t,7 t 'If hdd11..' .
running .. ...
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last _* with a .h .,, .' \ .. .' ,. '. .I" .
of the Week honors .t"' '1'I {. >" iJt I" ',' .."?, : tl
73 'ard-two TD game -against .. I .fjif. 1 U
Edgewater./ ',"xelIent' .plClS d ; j : *,.' /> 'S : : v, f J fJ 5w ; '' I.
to have alt '
"Well have : .4.
; game. make some big" play*and 'not ti@ bi%; ha QJMne- dppQrtunity ( tofbei::'represented! .
: .
cause some turno\ers. Thomas said ,, .\\"iJ'Ir.: '' "V 'Jb, ... "" \'t1lif.: ... t }f -
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before practice Tuesday as he looked :'\ 1 \ 'g\. \" <;;\ "'I !I ,
I ahead to the challenge facing hid \\' :
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t/': Response was better with more runners race winners as well '9 8''to top ners were Mike Colvln" Paul McKinney Hamilton and Cindy Griffith of Win 5th Straight
.1 ', on hand but the results were the finishers in IS age group categories, and Linda Detkitt of Coach Starke, and Enoch Starling, Louise
n:: same as last year In Saturday's ,. with gifts from merchants.going to George Loper's Roadrunner Club, Starling Grady Pauley. and Rick I
'" Piggly-Wiggly Road Race with Tony other placers. Local age group win along with Terry Jordan Stanley Solze of Lawtey. moreas
p Lawson of the Florida Track Club in J "Momentum" Is the word BHSVolleyball games, and we>e been playing
c// Gainesville again winning the feature Coach Inez Harvey. used a unit," Coacix Harvey said after
a Ol:-' race, the 10,000 meters (6.2 miles), Tuesday night to describe her loam's Tuesday s win, the fourth road trip In
sl. and Starke's Cindy Griffith again raking midseason turnaround and It seems to .the five match string
In the two top prizes for women be just the right choice In the wake of }She praised all her regulars'Rope
ttr I the Lady Tornadoes fifth straight win Jackson., Lorraine. Bass, VaundaBrownv'Tracy
Lawson won the 10,000 in 30:27
ttSI Hankerson Lisa
? 4 three of Clay High in
u while Cindy, who graduated from h; a game sinking
for their
Green Cove. ,Alvarez,and Terri Thomas-
and is
SIc. Bradford High two years ago play In all three wins of last week,
now running cross country for Santa The all were total team efforts!
e Tuesday night win moved BHSto saying
Fe 42:44 to
Community College ran :
and 14-13
d win the women's portion and then 8-4 on the season with four regular BHS sandwiched 15-11
wins around a 15-9 setback In game
I back after few minutes season games left. The Lady Tornadoes
came only a
I'' rest to breeze a light women's try to stay hot as they hit the twA-agalnst Clay Tuesday. They had
a field In the mile In 717.: Clarence road once more to play Mlddleburg at done the same number at Buchholz
isa Stalnaker of Santa Fe High Schoolwon 4:30: p.m. Monday before bringing the night before winning li-13'i i in
the men's mile with a S:25 clock. -. their road show back home for a' game one, dropping the second 1S-8,
H w s, Thursday Oct. 23, match with and taking the third 15-7. A two game
II Ing. Gainesville High at 7 whitewashing of St. Augustine Thurs--
28 runners paraded down LafayetteSt. conies to town for the Bradford home day was called "a super game"by;
BI behind Piggly Wiggly and onto 3 Finale, a 7 p.m. match Tuesday, Oct. Coach Harvey said after her girls
St. and Edwards Road in the
Orange 28. Hawthorne on the road Monday, blitzed the home team 15-19 and 15-6..
while finished the
meter 38
10,000 run Nov. 3, is the last test before the
dtt St. Augustine and Clay High bad
mile run.A total of 70 runners entered 11.1 a
tit said Race Coordinator Mrs. Ressie District Tournament Nov.5-7. both defeated Bradford earlier in the
CI Griffith. "We had better response this q "We've .been more up for the season so revenge was a factor

Gi. year but we're going to have a lot
Hi more runners next year," Mrs. Griffith
Si 11 promised of the run, which helps 9th Graders Fall 20-0 ,1
fund BUARC (Bradford-Union
Tt Association for Retarded Citizens). The BHS freshman team never tackles Stevens noted and on held
She said $325 was raised towards the could get its offense untracked and GETS out of the end zone from inside
atM matching funds BUARC needs to dropped a 20-0 decision to visiting the ten in the third period to keep the
come up with to fund the Sunshine Gainesville High School Tuesday score from getting more lopsided.
nil Acres program for retarded citizens night. '
PI 18-and-over and the HIP (home Intervention The local ninth graders, now 0-2, "We've got to work"on our offense
) for suffered way too many broken and our assignments, Stevens said
dada youths aged program one to four with birth Piggly Wiggly Road Race Winners assignments on offense said Coach after the game. BHS Isn't scheduledto
defencta. First place winners In the various male and female age old, Deborah Passwater, Louise Starling and Terry Jor- Rick Stevens, but played credible play again until October 28,when it
Ri Trophies were given to the overall groups of Saturday's races got together for a picture after- dan.Back defense. hosts Macclenny's ninth graders In a
Tr wards. row, I. to r., John Danielson, Grady Pauley, Rick Joe Prevail Don and Doug Green, 7 p.m. game, but Stevens said he has
su They are: front row left to right, Mike Colvin, Enoch Solze, Joel Dunphy, George Lebo, Tony Lawson, Piggly Eric Rauhoffer, Jimmy Schoening hopes of finding the youngest Tor

ho .........1.. Starling, Carle Coburn (sitting In for Paul McKinney), Lin- Wiggly. Cindy Griffith, James Lawson, Clarence Tom Johnson, Anthony Luke, anaRobert nadoes an opponent for next Tues-
ph mm it.ooo MmmOvaralk da DeWitt, Mary Wright the youngest runner at six years Stalnaker, Stanley Hamilton and Bill Eldridge. Carver all had a hand In the day's open date.
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October I*.1880 TELEGRAPH Pale llA

L.I Starke Rec. Dept..... Youth Flag-: Football- Leg a Is '

7-9 Year '
Colts Olds Monday game, i t I for the tieing TD and then won the Spltze took an Interception back 35 "
The handed the
their'first IN THE CIRCUIT
loss of the Cowboy 39.Bronco 0 game with his extra point run. yards for a TD and tew conversion YOU PROBATE DIVISION,
Mason last Wednes- COUNTY. FLORIDA.
day. Oct. 8, and the Bucs also won as The Chuck Cowboys Mulllns ravaged threw the Broncos Colts 18-Cowboys 8 and passes Kenny to Brian Lane, Eddie Tenant file NO. 76-406-CP(1-2960)( ).
twice In 7-9 year old flag football ac- touchdown The Colts pinned the first defeat of Rasnick. AUTO In' r*:ESTATE OF ANDREW ANDERSON.
passes to Donnie Francis (who
the last ran the season on the Cowboys as Mark Oilers IX-Rams 6 i Deceased.NOTICE
tion.Oct. 39 yards), and Calvin Lane KNOW
'1 OF.
..13- Strickland for two 13 ,'
ran yard
(twice), and ran for scores of 20, 12, Timmy Nugent picked off two interceptions ADMINISTRATIONTO .
Bucs 20-Colts 6 touchdowns and then threw 15 ByCeae -
and 8 yards. returning the first! 23 HAVING CLAIMS OR
Bo Bishop ran for to Eric Noegel for another score.
Oct. S- yards for a score and taking the second Ross DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
covering cot.1 100, 9.' and 5 yards and the Dues 7-Broncos one back 20 yards to set up a TD AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN
Cowboys only muster a 15 yard The Bucs shook off the winless 10-14 Year Olds BhefOierDwinDUtty'?? "Andy Nguyen Suddenly my 1978 Ford THE ESTATE: ,
scoring run by Mark Strickland in a Broncos 74} as Bo Bishop ran,35 yards Oct. 14- LTD has become the most YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration .
The Steelers won three straight to unpopular car in town. of the estate' of ANDREW
extend,their record to 6-0 but the Oct. 9- Anytime the engine is ANDERSON, deceased, 'Fll* Number
Oilers took two of three to stay closeat Stealers 13>Rams< running It produces an 76-406-CP.25AO( ), in pending In the Circuit
PUBLIC NOTICEFor 4-21n 10-14( year old youth flag football Alvin James carried an Interception odor strong enough to Court'for BRADFORD County Florida'
play last week back 15 yards for score and Rob knock you down and stomp Probate Division the oddr*.of which I.
V. Spitze ran 15 yards for another as the on you. ,What's the prob- Bradford County Courthouse N. Temple
Town of Hampton ,. :Steelers Dolphins IS Steelers edged the Rams 1.141. Avanu Stark. Florida 32091. The co-
Alvin James and Robbie Spltze split Itmounds like the odor personal representative of the estate i li
the scoring as the Steelers led all the Oilers Dolphins 12 comes from the catalytic WILLIAM BAKER AND WILLIAM BAKER.
way in defeating the Dolphins Tues- Andy Nugyen caught two TD passes converter. If it Is exceedingly JR.. whose address I I. P.O. Bon 1084.
The City Council of the : from Timmy Nugent and another strong an over- Stark. Florida 32091. The name and address -
daJames: ran for a score, threw to Lex' from Dan Duffy to pace the Oilers to a rich fuel mixture can cause of the personal reprsnfatlv s attorney -
: : Sanders for another, and caught a tight 19-12 win over the Dolphins last this.. If adjusting the idle are set 'forth below:
Town of Hampton will hold pass from Spitze for a third while Thursdav. mixture to the All*person! the estate having are claim, required or WITHIN
specifications on

;,a public hearing, for the Keep FRANK WILLIAMS' Working For You mission vehicle's underhood label doesn't em- file FIRST with PUBLICATION'the clerk of OF the THIS above NOTICE court to a

lessen the odor, you may claim demand
written statement of any or
! of adoption of need to replace the car- hy may hav*. Each claim mull be In
purpose a Frank Williams Voted To Reinstate buretor air filter. A writing and mutt indicate the basis l for the
clogged filter induces fuel- claim, the ram and address of the
'final budget and final (' The Death; Penalty mixture richness,as well as creditor or hi. agent qr attorney and the
d. increasingly) worse fuel amount claimed. If the claim It not yt
economy. Of course if you due, the dot. when It will become due
millage for the 1980-81 have close to 50.000 miles hall b. tloled. II the claim It contingentor
Frank Williams Voted Against on the car, the catalystmay unliquidated, the nature of the uncer.
have lost its effectiveness talnty thai I b* stated. If the claim l I.
fiscal year. This meeting The So Called Equal Rights and the converter ..cured the security shall be d..cribd.
will have to be The claimant shall deliver sufficient
r Amendment.Frank If have used copies of the claim la the clerk to enable
replaced. you
'will be held Tuesday, Oct. leaded gas the converter is the clerk to mall one. copy to each personal
dead. An overdose of representative.All

21 at 7:30 p.m. in the city Williams House of Representatives leaded gas will poison It. whom persons a copy of Interested this Notice In of the Administration estate to

Automotive Parts Center has been moiled ore r.qulr.d.WITHIN
District 25Democrat
Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. For By Frank Williams
NOTICE. to file any objections they may
have that challenges the validity of the
I men decedent's will, the qualifications of the
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REG. $149.99 the Estate of Andrew Anderson Deceas

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Case No. 80409CA.In .
Husband, vs HELLEN OUVE. Wife.


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M : fan-forced Meat.I.AEr Safety IIIIIIIIII i will thereafter be entered: others fort wise' the a relief judgment
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$49.99 Court on October 15, I TOO.
Gilbert S. Brown At Clerk ol''l\the Court
REMINGTON By. Marian McRqe, 01 Deputy tlerk.
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with pour spout.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration ,
588 ol' the estate ol LAURA C, OY,
'SWINGERH I I deceased File, Number 81),66.CPl-33; 16)),
It pending in the Circuit Court for BRA ID
BAR-B-Q GRILL I I FORD County, Florida, Probate Divisic m,
the address of which Is Bradford Coun ty
Tilt-away vented hood. ZEBCO A lWK1HltJW I Courthouse N. Temple' Avenue, Storki s,

r. Baked enamel flrebowl 4 REEL & RODCOMBO ;..:.:.::::.::::.;:.;.::.::.::.::;:.:.:.:;::.::::.:: ..I Florida 32091. The personal' repreier t-
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.. ....; :;.:.: alNo alive of the estate Is CELIA M. BANNER
height adjustments. -.w..,.. ;.:..;..:..:..........:..:..:...... I '
4400 RE G. $48,88 MAN whose address it 601 N. PalmeltcAvenu <
a *. Green Cove Springs Florida
Reel features right or left' ENTEXBASEBALLH 32043 The name, and address ol' the pen
3488 hand retrieves. moral representative f attorney are set;
Matching rod. forth below:
NO. 8401. 3REG. Play against the com- All persons having claims, or demands
$28.98 Easy-read slide puter or another against the estate ore required WITHIN
[ rule dial with Hl/Lo 2. 999 player. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
GOT 50-aT. 2488 tone control. No. usual Ajlowsvers.. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: to
ChEST"I: 199 S44S.REQ. $29.99 REG39.99 file" with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or demand
2 reezeable bottles r, they may haw. Each claim mutt b4 ,n
& food tray. writing and mutt Indicate the basis for the
REQ. $36.95 claim the name and address ,of the
,creditor or his agent or attorney,and the
.ss amount claimed. If the claim Is not yet
due, the dale.when it will become due
.2988 B*so 4110OFF shall be tfated. II the claim it contingentor
unliquidated the nature of the uncertainty
shall be ttated If the claim Isecured
the security shall be detcribd
8099 The claimant, hall deliver sufficient
5/8" X copies of 'the claim to the clerk to enable

GARDENJipSE PLANO PEERLESS.SHARPEL208 the clerk to mail one copy to each. par-;
tonal representative
I Durable.tire'TACKLE: BOX WATER FILTER CALCULATOR All persons Interested In.the ..Iot.-:to
8'8 Pocket size performs whom a copy of this Notice of Administration
12 radial hose. 3 ABS 24 I T99 all basic functions. has been mailed vor*' required
REQ.:$15.99 1799l1ngCleanweler. Has % a memory key. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE
899compart"nts. REG. S9,99 OF THE FIRST .PUBLICATIONS T+1IS
: NOTICE to III* any objections'they.'may, .
have that challenge the 'validity of the
of the
.. fo"iilY>ofuoi stwDRUGS personal representative, orthe. v./lue or
Jurisdiction of the Court. L

t3W! ]fi7)[ [ (i30 (iJJliJWI5.( : THRU SAT OCT. 18 BARRED Dale NOT ol _the'SO,11 FILED!,.( publication WILtlBE: Jlfl FOREVER. ol,"tWs:

aOlf f1'-JI10lfH'' [2fi1O"fifrJ'> WEEKDAYS 9 AMtit 9 P.M831 Notice of Admlnistrotionr October 16
1 ,1980
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IILLi&IJLLlL.J') \ '
\ : Cello BannermanAt '.Personal
,SUNDAYS 10 A.M.131 7 P.M. fiIiIiIfi1 t M. .'
; the Estate ol laur
SVWalnut' StlStarke Fla Representative of foy.
/ ; I SHOP EARLY SOME'J! ill Deceased, 1
:DRAWER 1030 Stark 'Ior.,3:1091., :
Telephone (904)) 964-570I i '
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' J IN THI CIRCUIT COURT YOU ARE HEREBY October 26. 1980 otherwise line of SWVi of NW%. and mutt Indicate the November 4. 1980. for A parcel of land lying IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF

r' 'f' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- NOTIFIED that on action a ludgoment may' Section IS, Township 6 bal for the claim, the the purpooe of authorlc In the!Southeast Y6.of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
lie entered against you South. Range 22 lost Legals name and oddrea of I .the '
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN for the adoption olBrandoo Ing tha levy by Bradford Southeast M. of Section CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
: AND FOR BRADFORD lanai Moody a for the relief demanded thence run North to the creditor or hi. agent or County of an additional 24 Township 6 South. BRADFORD COUNTY

COUNTY. minor ho. boon tiledagolnsl .) In complaint or .pottMen. South right-of-way Una Hid fictitious attorney, and the one cent per gallon tax Range 22 East, lI..dfordCoun" ) FLORIDA.

CIVIL ACTION you and you are of county graded road toe register! tho. provl'slope : amount claimed. >It the oIt certain fuel. old In Florida:' said

Ca. No. 79.541' required to serve a copy WITNESS my hand and point 60 loot East of names\ under olor .ald claim I Is not yet due, the the County. The....tlon parcel being' mori'"par' Case No. 80395.In .
:'ol *
the. seal. of Mid Court of date when. It will become
In Re: The Matter of .the off your written defenses, on point beginning: Statute. to appear on tha ballot ticularly' described al. .re The Marriage of
Adoption of BftANDEE If arty to It. on the plain.tiff' September 17, I980X thence run Westerly Dated. this 25th day of due shall be stated. H .hall .. GO follow) follow! HERBERT NORFLEET.P.lltlon.r ,
Gilbert S. Brown.Clerk along South rlght-of-way the. claim I I.contingent
whoa ot
JANAY MOODY, Plain- dflbm.y. A.D.. 1980 In For the ourpoae of Commence the Husband vs
A* Clerk of old Una of September. unliquidated ma nature
tiff. name and address IIGoorv. county graded ''Bradford /234tpd paving and maintaining Southeast corner of sold ROBERTA NORFLEET
NOTICE OF H. Pierce, Ee- Court ty Beulahj rood 60 feat to .point ofbeginning. County of the uncertainty, shall road, operating Section 24 and run North Respondent Wife.

t; SUIT NO PROPERTY qulro. P.O. Drawer 1030 Moody A* Deputy Clerk.294lchg containingana 10/16.- be .to..... If the claim I I. transportation system, O37'20" Weil, along the NOTICE)
1 TO flrmlmr. c/e Stork., Florida 3201. */ IDI... acre more or In .ecured, the security and for other lawful purposes Easterly' boundary OF ACTION

.n rondo: Cathy Moody 9830 and Ilia tho original with .and lying,, 'In South portal IN THI CIRCUIT COURT ,hall. be described. The Bradford County thereof, 938.44 feet: ,TO: Roberto Norfleat, Rt.

p Hogol Circle, lorlon h. clerk ol tho above NOTtCBOFSHiRirrs SWM of NWV4, Section FOR BRADFORD COUN claimant shall 'deliver hall be autharliad to thence !South 83*10'50" 2. Box 585 Hop. Mill,

C. Virginia' 73C79 __ .tvlad court on or before SALE IS: Township 6 South TY. FLORIDA, PROBATE eufflclent' copies of (ha levy an additional ana West 100.16 feet. to an.','', NC 28348.
04al. -_. ___n'_ '_ Notice I I. hereby given Range 22 East and South DIVISION File NO. claim to the .clerk to cant tax on each gallonof Iron slake for POINT OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED
1 of proBent graded rood. onobla the clerk to mall '
a that I I. Dolph E. Reddish. 80-42-CP. motor fuel and special: BEGINNING. that an action for
In ro: ESTATIOf'IIOSII ana copy to each PO'- fuel sold In Bradford From POINT OF DI..olutlan'of marriage
I Sheriff of Bradford
U 3Ioqn iE. GlnuerBranch County Florida under' 2)) Lot 2 and 4 of SUMMER Oeceaud. tonal I representative.' County and taxed under BEGINNING thus ha. been filed and you

and by virtu. of Writ of Block 33 In tho J.M. NOTICE OF' All .persons Interested" the provisions of Chapter described, continue '. are required to serve a .
Offlc John Addition to the ADMINISTRATIONTQALL 'In the estate to whom 206 Florida Statutes.Yo South 83MO'5O" West, copy of written

Real stole.Broker Execution, to-wlt: Town of Sta...., a. per PERSONS HAVING copy of this Notice of Administration Na.- 100 loot to an Iron staksi,: defence. many'. to It, on
atC "'11. ,plot thereof recorded Indeed ho bean
to, Execution Issued out al'; CLAIMS OR Dave Shuford Chairman thence North 52'7" the p.llllon.r'.a"on."
ISO W. Circuit Court of Duval book L. Page 629, DEMANDS AGAINST' THE mailed are required. Board of County West 214.85 feet to an' whose name and ad-

d fT Stark County, Florida Public Records of Bradford ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL WITHIN THREE MONTHS Commissioner Iron slake located on that dress Is MACK S. FUTCH
K ., 964-5527 to a Final Judgment for County. Florida. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED FROM THE DATE OF THE 10/2 and 10/16 Southerly boundary Of P.O. BOX 1086 STARKE.

Credlthrllt of America IN THE ESTATE FIRST PUBLICATION OP 2tchg the right of WOof/ State FLORIDA 32091. on or
DUPLIX4S7000 A* the property of ,h. YOU ARE HEREBY' THIS NOTICE to file any before November
a 'Inc., a corporation and Road I6i: thence In on 13,
; /$39.000 against Roger D. Green above named. defendant NOTIFIED that the ad- objections they may NOTICE OFINTENTION Easterly'direction, along 1980. and file .the

n '2 SR. I Be. IR.Kir., on each side, brick landscaped. yard and Betty M. Green and that on Monday the mlnlitrotlon of tho have that challenge. the .old Southerly boundaryand original' with the clerk of

defendant. In the 20th dOof/ October .state of ROSIE SUMNER validity/ of the decedent'swill TO REGISTER along the arc of a this Court before *..rvlc.on .
H NEW LISTINGS 1980 at one o'clock on deceased File Number the qualification)of FICTITIOUS curv. concave to the Petitioner' attorneyor
of 2.694.13tag.ther
amount $
U( .Beoutllul wooded comer lot SRIOO-CR235 North. with cost of old day an the premises SO.42.CP. !I. pending In the .personal' representative NAME South and having a Immediatelythereafter

B Large Irarne he..., 4 bedr. 2 bath, opt. an .''d.. 21.500 collection. of the Bradford County the Circuit Court for or the venue or radius of 17,133.91 ,feet, : otherwise aludgm.nl..1II
Itnanced. Jail I will offer for sale BRADFORD (Jurisdiction of the Court. .
owner County, Pursuant to Section a distance of 123.3 feet be.ntered'for
'5 stores, downtown Starke. .rented $,a,00c. 29% down Have aelsed' and hove 'In and sell to the highest Florida Probate Dlvl- All CLAIMS 865.09. Florida Statute, a* measured olon.g a ,the relief demandedIn
Aitil bidder for cash 'In hand lon/ the address of DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS bearingof the
own. fin.Slock my possession the notice I* hereby given chord having a petition.WITNESS .
building on 101 North. Great buslnei location. following described property the above described property which I li Bradford County NOT SO FILED that the undersigned North B3'39'49" East my hand and
CI .3 IR, I Bo, Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial. to-wlt: of sold the defendant aforesaid Courthouse, N. Temple Will BE FOREVER BARRED DORIS HOFFMAN to a concrete monum.nllh.nc. : the sal of this Court on
to satisfy Street, Storko, Florida Metro, Florida 32666 South 38'10" October 6. 1980.

GiHI Special 1)) Comm.nc. at Execution. 32091. The personal Date of the first ale owner doing East 215.06. feet to Gilbert S. Brown, A*

representative ol the publication of this Notice business' DORIS' HAIR POINT OF BEGINP ING. Clerk of the Court By:
Si: 'Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First time on Northwest Corn. of as
U market. ,SvV1/ of NW'/4, Section Dolph' I. Reddish ..,.,. li JOHNNY D. of Administration' CLINIC. Rt. 21, Melrose, hoe .been filed againstyou Marian McRaa, o* Deputy
Sheriff Bradford County.Florida. September 25. 1980)Johnny .
SUMNER whose oddreiill Clerk.
Florida and
32666. Intend to or. requiredto
Tl '2 Trailer Park. IS. Township 6 South you
9/23 4tchg 10/16 c/o WOIBERT I SAX. /./ D. Sumner
of 10/16 4tcha 116.NOTICE .
,... Fenced. 22 East and register laid fictitious serve a copy your
'I trailer park II I trailer. Appro 4 .c Range run A. Personal
ON P.O. Box 1086.Stak. Representative under the written defense. If ,
atM '1 trailer park. II Iroll.... 2 IR Irame home, barn ape South 713.3 loot to South NOTICE OFINTENTION .. Florida 32091. of tho Estate of nom. provision any OF
of oforosoldtatuta. to It on EDGAR W. MC-
22 fenced pastureland. LARGE down .pay rlght-of-way Una of a. INTENTIONTO
roo. acres The nanto and address of Role Sumner D. ... CURRY JR., Plaintiff's oltornay. -
nil ... Owner will finance balance. county graded road, ed. REGISTER
.nl. tho
TO REGISTER personal
thence run East .".5 representative's Doled this 30th day ofSeptember whoso addressIs FICTITIOUS
W. Handle Rental feat along' South right-of- FICTITIOUS attorney ore let ATTORNEY FOR PER- AO.980 In 2626 IndependentSquara NAME
NAME : Bradford County. 10/2 Jacksonville,
'I IR fu,... apartment. SI 1101: '2 BR unfurn. apt. $200: way line of county graded All person having : WOLBERT 4tpd 10/23. Florida 32202 .on or
road for olbeginning. Pursuant to Section
point --
da Salesman owner. claim demand SAXON SHON A. SAX
Pursuant to Section or before November 10
Th.nc. Florida
Rl COMMERCIAL PROPERTY run 865.09. Florida Statute., against the estate ore ON P.O. Box 1086. IN THE CIRCUIT 19SO and fll. the 863.09. Statutes,
South 724 feet 8 Inchet to notice I I. hereby
Tr '1 warehouse on US 301. Air eond. offices. Great loc. i South line of SWVi of. notice I I. hereby given required, WITHIN THREE Starke. Florida 32091.Telephone : COURT BRADFORD original with the Clerk of the undersigned
su lion. that the undersigned MONTHS FROM THE ((904)) COUNTY FLORIDA. this Court either before
ho "1 Tacklo and Bolt ....In.... Large Inventory. Township 6 South Range THOMAS (TOM) CREWS DATE OF THE FIRST 9645200. STOCKTON.WHAtlEY. ervice on Plaintiff ate ALBERT
ph One city block In downtown SiD..., just waiting. lor tho 22 East thence run East Rt. I. Box S9S. Lake Florida torney or Immediately IONGCHAMP. P.O. Box
fife with the COMPANY a
w. right business. Greet opportunity for downtown. mall. 60 loot along' sold South Butler Fla. 32O54. sole NOTICE to thereafter: otherwise a 1234 Starke. Fl/ 32091
clerk. of the above corporation Plaintiff'' vl
1ref owner, doing business court NOTICE OF default will be entered
"1 large warehouse. ), 6.000.q. ft. Needs roof and joint owner, doing
appro a* TOM'S OVERHEAD o written tatomont ol REFERENDUMNotice LARRY F. EDWARDS and against for the relief
you buslneis
; Ha Moor and walls. a* BRADFORD
repairs. standing v OOOR SERVICE Route I. any claim or demand I I. hereby given KATHLEEN P. EDWARDS demanded In tha Com
St.Ou INVESTORS DREAM 0 they have. Each that his wlf., Dafondant .n' Rd.,
Box S9S lake Butler, Fl may/ a referendum will plaint. Starke
OuI' Incom.Property WIN Pay For Itself fLORlIMDRW'N 32034 Intend to claim' must bo In writing bo conducted on Case No. 6O-3M. WITNESS my hand and register, Fl 32091 sold fictitious Intendsto
'1 small apartment complex. Handym.n'asp.ciall LB NOTICE
seal of 'this Court on October
wa .. awmer-4, r.nlol unit, possibly 5.I OF ACTIONTO 2. 1980. name under of the provisions
hei 01 I .moll frame how.. r """ DEFENDANTS: LARRY Gilbert S. Brown, A* statute.Doted.

01 large frame hou.... Need r.palr..-Salesman own. Phone 94-7700 F. EDWARDS and Clerk of the Court By
this 7th
Residents or 4 apartments ((4 IR 4 BA). 393 N. T.mpl.. Avenue FAULKNER Q KATHLEEN P: EDWARDS Baulah Moody, Deputy October. A.D. 1980 day of In

01 2 IR Irame hou... Apartment on lido. Zoned com FOR RENT his wife'-P.O.: Box 641, Clerk. Bradford
I County. 10/9
mercial. Salesman own. 4 BR! house, largo yard. REALTY 364-5065MA" Waukoml. Oklahoma 10/9 4tchg 10/30 4tchg 10/16
Please/ call ... to Hit your' property. 73773 and all other who

John I. Glover FOil ANIMAL LOVERS '- .J -:- may b. concarnad.
Re g. Real Estate Broker I! bedroom home. In coun- NOTIFIED 'halon actionto

lu Green Sander Associate try, on 10 acre of land 221 Lafayette Acres*from Wishbone foreclose a mortgage

fenced and .crolancd
on the following property .
with several hone barn, 'FISH POND on beautiful .... 'or...._. Oak I Pecans In Bradford County, ,

Roberts many roll( tree*. Including Fenced large open porch. 4BR Frame home, Onl Florida: ,
I acre blueberry, buhe.. 47900. 1 mruiiflear

Estate FAMILY' MOVING Offering ONE ACRE HOMESITI-Hwy 100 S $1.750.00. T.rm.

MeT 1F-T- quit location with. 4 LJEALTY
ledroom, IVi bath ham., '3BR. IB STUCCO home on ONI ACRI. FIREPLACE REALESTATE

cer: 986 fireplace In lamlly $24,500. Term. in : '
Temple. room
964-;'828 : '
Inc ... .. .. -- t..
loll of outside storage1 __ ---.PHONE 96.4.77
27, buildings, plenty of shade BESSENT ROAD 3BR, 2B Con. Blk. home. Nice 26', 40' CECILIA
tern GEORGE ROBERTS trailer ,roe.. Including ..".r.1 open hed. TERWILI GAR 205 N. Temple Starke I
DelD ASSOCIATES! I bearing pecan tree ,.

Weekends end Evenings Call .Close' to schools-3BR. 1/,. con. blk. Nice DECK' 4 BBQ Wayne I. Douglas' Srok.r-Sol.sman

Fea Richard Rob ",. 964-559S Judith Flvnn941314 STILL HAVE 2 lot., toned PIT. : Telephone' 964-653

Octi Ann Godwl.,. 914.515' Patsy'Sllcox-94-579 for trailers, owner financing -

Fan Norman He*Jdlng ..*...7'20 Kay Water*. '*..."41 with small down pay VERSATILE COMMERCIAL building and approx. TWO

tent l.h..lI. Smith 94-6217 ment. ACRES Hwy 301 South. $''.000. Terms.:

beh &: ;. ,.... ,
?: .. .
ChuGi 3RR. 2B brick nice lat-104 LalayeHe. ACREAGEi 10 acre 40 Susan M. Faulkner-REAlTOR-94-SOS .
+ .
'216. IB, Block' Fenced '2S Plnewood Dr. acre.. loth good .location Irene L. Faulkner, REAlTOR-ASSOCIATE-94-S142 REALTOR' Is. a + .r -.. "

Chu .3IR, I'/t I, .'Block nice 1320 Searing SI. Lucille Conner Spry-BROKER SALESMAN-964-$420 registered collective

Lovi Small h am., rental Investment, low St. lvnlngi PI... call membership mark '
price-Cherry W.have several of M-9r "
of If types financing 1.1 : 'IE
Frame home clean B Vernle Odom. Broker '
3IR1I. neat-Pratt St. which may be used only .
Property Management Service Available. .
flingRake "Frame home, good location, 21R,2S-Porlu Place. GRI, Phone '*...547'. APPRAISALS by real estate professionals "I' .

AIanm large frame home. Ig. yard S Flroploces-S. Water St. Pearl Andrew .*...7739 who are sP'. 'Jr s."
4 56. 35. large, screened r.c. room-Searing St. members of the NA- .,.
at C OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES TIONAL ASSOCIATIONOF Come Inspect the Bradford Villas ;-Townhpuses, n ....

...". IB, from., large 'lot. Lake Butler. Slrout .Ralph Bryan Real! Estate REALTORS' and sent Road. The first unit Is near centplatlori' : Vcdlr,; come I

Chuvilla 3BR. IB, Con. Ilk In town Lawtey. .I subscribe to its strict can now b. $16.700.00 per yeaxand you can 1'/% ;

0211" IB, Stucco apprax. 7 ocr..-SR1001. RealtyiMOoaroBAtvo 310 W. Call St.Cor. Code of Ethics. Interest rate thru Bradford County. Band Pragri Com. %!

Ri .3B. 2B. Stucco Fir.plac.301 South. In and 1.1 u* help' you obtain the home or tow< a you
( US 301 A Call St.) .
willofC .SB! I. IB, Frame, large patio51125 West -..Ire. m
'la r,. 'lot. 2 mobile homes-Sampson Lak. Rd. 131 N. Temple' Awe 964-8788. ANYTIMEMONDAYFRIDAY iIT'S

Sat .Fr am., 4 IR.II. nlc. workshop ov.r 4A-Hampton. Starke, Fl 32091 9-5 p.m. INCREDIBl( UJl

Eva .l> ....111..1.41111.211, brick opx. IOA-W. of lowtey. 94-1931 SATURDAY 9-12 We're People' Touch With '-. I .
min 0 'ouble garage, jeR.IV.I. Block apx. 3A. SR "W. 4 ROOM HOME ON Lake Brooklyn' nice sandy beachysome !! WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE Brownlee. Rd. colonial home S. famref1> .ul.. l pity a

cont: of trick 3 BR, 2B. garage, apx. I'/iA.-SR IOOE. furniture. "1.500. charm total privacy. 3 BR 2 B
.' Neat 4 BDRM 2 Bath 24 a 60 mobile home- CH1A CHAr : acres,
of / Frame, S IR. II. lg.outbldg.opx. 4Vi A.-Stern Rd. Range 6 Ret. en shaded lot 80 N. on lake ICLARKl( born MH site wood., farmland I .',..pproj
ThePI N.w Cypress home. 21R.... IOA.-Off .0,1... Hwy 3 bedroom 1 3/4 acre, w.lk ...",wh.r.. "2.000. .. 1127.700. : '
2.. I.. LR, FR. kltch.n-dintng-Crystol lake A.Pool 121) Johns Drive Saratoga Hel'.his 'I.
HOMES CIlIA approx 1200 sq. It., paneled' < Imm
Chu FP. 1111. 21. Brick' -Country Club area PRIVATE BACK YARD This 3
LoviBri 'largo, approx. SA.. 3IR 21 S.R. IOOE. van bdrm QUIET 2 NEIGHBORHOOD bath with family' -room block home has range a Ing .pool,, privacy' on d.od end street LII"'O"g.'f"I

02 IR. IS. IR DR. opx. I .c,. lot-S.R. IOOE. closed CIlIA 9645231. PREFERRED
ref., drape. Inside utility, garage storage
trick home, opprox. 32 acres S... 121. bldg' a garden area |ust $...000. Waterfront .300 lake Genava-4 resldence-2.7S, Acres:Owner fin

E ACREAGI PRICE SLASHED FOR QUICK SAL Brick 3 bdrm 2 bath; ? 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile a Home, wkshp-Rd.lOOW 3 '". CH A. FP, polio 39500.
.7 acres. 2 trailer hook-ups Needy' new 3 IR 1% laths Pork wood Sub.S33.400.
Crosby lake Sho,... CHI". closed on I ..r.l" city home, 100' frontage on
lake lot Sampson Lok. lam.. rm. fireplace, garage Crosby lake Canal .614 W. Adkln frame 4BR I '/ B SI3.TOO Owner fin

Approximately' S ocr.. In lawtey Ar.o. now $49.900.STRAWBERRY $'',500. **0' W. Adkln. House SO1 x 100' lot SI3.SOO.
COUNTRY ESTATE Large 2-story Lake Home SIlt I'/iB CHiA
I'/t, acres on Forsylh Rd. ACRES il Crystal fireplace 45000.

Br .6 acr.s-Off SR233. JANE S. USHERRealtor Capo Cad. on 14 beautiful acre.. fenced I cros f.nc.d. '.v.n Acres ((7 Acre) *CB Home off Rd. 16-3 acres $46.500 mtg. S20.00O 9%.

P.T.awoul' 0'1. acre Mobile Home 'lot Woodland Acrei.teautlful HAMPTON 3 bdrm. on large lot $''.200. with 3 bedroom 1 1'/, bath *Mlnletura Ponderosa IS'A Acres, unique home.

10 acres-Country Club or... HANDYMAN 6 room frame on I acre $...000. mobile home. Lowtey area C 3 BR 28 I* Acres Irownl. Rd. Cattle country.I.4.IOO.
Nice lot Country CI..b.IUSINESS 499.2126 take Butler 496-290J $26,000. *3 BR 28 Ranch CHI A 12A far garden.Rd.225-3SOO.

and.mem WE HAVE OTHERS Including now hams with take Ac- C 125 yr. old home(29eO( sq. ft.). Hampton I 3 AC-S3B.SOO.

AND INVESTMENTS FOR SALE c.... Retirement Home .Eastwood Drive 3 BR 2 B Cosy B convenlent.$32.900.
P.T.j 9 OOP f,.
so. building w/approx. 9 acrei-U 301. ACREAGEOne
Lloy 2 bedroom,. I bath block ,e 407 Milton Terrace sensible/ "'.000.

Crei 13 20. 40 ACRES acre home or mobile home ,.,, several location home In Storke S17.50O. C Furnished MH on !/. Acres 20000. Noel.

McC Buy All or PART of this beautiful property In Union County. $3.SCO $...000. ..r..... *3 IR home I 1 acre Wilson Rd. $14,500.
2 mile from Alachue County line. Owner will. finance. C 621 W. Adklns. :2 IR. carport fenced. 11000..

Doui 50 Ideal for Cu.tom Built Home e, Country Cabin end Ron- RESTRICTED homeslles.' In.city a Country Club.' eI' flfSJNfSS OPPORTUNITIES

veeiand cY or4 ch.".. Scenic view of countryside, Unusual spot for this LAWTEy 3 acre* I up on US 301 beautiful oak, city 750 W. Madison former Mobil *to S2S.OOO.

.r... Don't .pass this one upl CALl me NOW to SEE. sidewalk, I water available $3,000: par acre. .419 S. Walnut, New large, warehouie. -$12.500.

Off Ice: 7I2-3 3I Hornet 712-39 10.11 acre near Troll Motel' en US 301 130,30 with 12% .Greet property acres from Holiday Inn-Own.Fln.

Sa Financing Specialists- 40 ACRES OFF SR0241 down 10 ,re. 9.4 .Jr21.SHOWCASE .404 N. Cherry 2 large, nicely' 'u,... apt*. Own. fin.
Ann'held' Partially wooded with large tree end. posture. Owner iL I .Store Apt. on Ml-good pol.nllol-own. fin.
Bond Program Conventional Loan e Owner. financing will. provide, some llnanclng. LAWTEV AREA 2'/ ocr..OOO.1 acres $ .000. 20% .J 1 .
FmHA e VA FHA 203(10)( ). 203(V). 235. 245 e Exchange. down S yrt-10% ((40 acres ...11.101.). 7000 iq. ft. Cl bldg. en Rd. 161 Own. fin.
ever "Your Best buy In A New>Home, It en listing Home." s>Homecommer.( ) e cottage on Madison St. Owner fin..
Mar PROVIDENCE IAYLESS HIWAY S acre cleared secluded' well. .$500 ..... Income lour, furn. ,.nl.I.-Colll lay 55.000.,

ache DO row HA vi. LAWTEY 20 ACRES en S* 241) A paved road In scenic 'location. septic, elec 1 .hed .ready for mobile home a garden. PROPERTIES.IXC. s large opt. complex on 301. good cash Haw own, fin..

star, A SPRIT 0' AOVINTUHirA 38R 100..... '/. tt lot, Owner will llnance.WORTHINGTON 13400. ACREAGE

desire, for hom.wlth. aulet s neighborhood., ReaNg. .
opeiCak.. 2000. SPRINGS FORSYTH RD 20 acre barn, wall/septlc/elec., 20 prime' acres 301 N. railroad $....00 an acre.own.fln.
built-in charm t
'20 Acre. Rd. 100 W $27.990 Owner
Eve character to reflect your 3BR home, ....cc.. % ... 5..11woaded 133.000. Box 1338 financed.
be lot. .... .. Approx. 40 Acra/wooded. $1SOO 4.71 Acre Rd. 230A a Wilson Rd. '"..700.e. .
food personality1 Soon to $27,500. HAMPTON AREA 3M acre* per acre. "Koyaton Hgto 32858
40 Acres Hampton SeO.OOO 1% IM.resf-Own.r fI...
off.r.d '
exclusively 3... 2BA. home.
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Ri this office an locked .pond, fenced, WATERFRONT LOT I BUSINESS 473-4903 el7 prime .c,.. en Rd. II overlooking' Hampton lake

RemWin energy efficient home of ........ 2 IO% mtgs.Reduced. lake Butler waterrent. lot/owner! financing available.' FLORIST' I.. "Ideal location :- Inventory equipment. end e" ecres-Rd. 100-owner will finance,
a for e".c,.. 301 I Morgan Rd. Owner finance "'.000.
beauty serenity
2.NO. 24000. .
von- ,, __,? ,. KEYSTONE AREA .
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I your p..o..olll.t.. 2IR home, LOTS acres Grlffl leap-timber-own. fI... $10,500.
Hay Higr STARKI lot. $"*.000. on wooded 2 lot across from lake Butler attractive homoslte. owner CAli II* AT W > AMVTIM1 PAY O MIGHT 11Wl BRADFORD COUNTY '5.5 cores near ,...b/f.Chureh a ho.plt.I-.k. offer.

Han 31* 2IA. CB. PP. 1 .* Ac. ACREAGE need c..h.CUSTOM NMD LISTINGS MM In Sunrise Perk, .lake LOTS FOil INVESTMENT

Hun wooded I.'. QuietIreet. '7 Trolls lots '..wnl_ Rd.20% '
10 ac. weeded $10.000. .AUOCfATlS..AfTIIlHOU.S ecces. fenced i $9500.00. dn.per acre $..000.
$42,000. BUILT HOME 'ISO'xISO'

(Beal cap: 2111 home, shady lot.; 30 ... fenced. "' .NO. 3 bdrm 2 bath lit take Butler. Unique. den with fireplace.. lllllon C. PeananV+> '\ VlcklPewellIrekerSeleseMMB 'Hemeilte ,lit Bradford Country Club commercial let HO:* M en 383 301*--nice owner location fln.'SU.OOO.-$10.000.

m.k. goad rental,; Owner* will held meet- db4.., an 2/3 far 'j .I'IY'! i Asseclete
garage acre perfect garden VERY
spot. Hampton Oak lot
30bea $11.500. I.... County aear loke. $...000. 135. tree; owner financed-$7.BOO.
Office Manager lusy Call a Wen
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lid,. lot, Pratt Street' ..** ac. $',,.*. per..... .....5311 Cell 235' x 16' Owner fin. .....00.
'10 In St. commercial' 100' I901 Owner fin.
$1.300. 17." acre Bradford x .'00.
ac.1.449.per .
acre.irrfi JANE $. USHER
dlnn The best 'Investment'an Is the earth,Inelr", Sylvia Reddish Howls Ward County. $1500 per acre. Realtor Asieclatas-After Hour
360 W. Main, SI.
Cc ..... Reddish., Broker/Salesman Gerrl Lennon-Aisoclete-."-3140
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Carol Milner Tabs 10 Right to Win

Carol Milner,a big Seminole fan as her plcture'Shows '
hit everything on the billion except the Baltimore Colts'
thrashing of Buffalo and the Leh/,gh-Army tie to win the
';, TELEGRAPH football contest taut week.Those .
I game*. plus PIU-FSU. TexasOklahoma.Southern .
MIsilsslppl-Ole. Mina, and FAMU.Jackson St..
gave prognosticators the moil trouble but ill people -
Jim Womack. Harold Jackson Keith Tetatone. M.
Schaefer. Donna Solie and Robert Brown- all mined
just three game counting the. tie.

RULES OF THE GAME.. "," Carol Milner


1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their Immediate 3))In case of ties we will use the total point scored the
families are welcome to enter but there li a Bradford County High School game each week (except
limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week)as a tiebreaker.Please fill In .
the point you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the their opponent combined In the tiebreaker blank. For Instance -
TELEGRAPH and mu.lte dropped oH at the TELEGRAPH since the score In last week' BHS game woe
office before p.m. each Friday afternoon.Fill In all the Macctenny' 17,Tornadoes IS the correct.total score was w
blanks with either the name of the team you think will 32 point
win or"tie" If you think the game will end In a tie. The
person who picks the most game right will win the top 4))All decision of the (judges are final.'
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II I Mitey Mites, Jr. Midgets Take Wins L \l J,

MHey Mites 13-O, Park 0 noseguard Clarence Williams, and Tony DI ga, and Robert Bellamy' lk--r---
1 I Harold Chandler ran for'181 yards defensive end Donnie Roberts led a stopped OP drives as the Cowboys
defense that was too much for the recorded their second shutout and
; and two touchdowns and an extra Colts while Devin Jackson added 34 fourth straight win of the season.
., Mite point and defense the Bradford Cowboy Mitey yards to the offensive attack. With 12 seconds left In a scorelessfirst
never let the Colts of N
'., Orange Park close to the goal line In a half Gerald Brown took a pit-
,. t 13-0 shutout win In Orange Park last Jr. Midgets 27-OP 0 chout, swept to his right, and fired a, ,.
: ,':I I I week. Defense carried the Bradford 46 yard TD pass to John David Francis c ,, ) )
'. I The Mitey Mites evened their Junior Midget Cowboys for the first who outraced the last defender to
''I : record to 2-2 with the win. half until the offense could get untracked the goal line. Francis converted the
: :. Safety Kevin Wimpy kept the Colts and record a 27-0 victory over EP to give the Cowboys an 8-0 lead as
the half ended. N
:' out on their closest attempt to scoring Orange Park last Saturday. 1
''The offense came alive In the last
.a Aaron Mathews Keith
: by causing a fumble at the Cowboy 25 Gillingham,
a yard line. Late in the third quarter Barry Boswell, Tony Davis, Danny half to overcome six fumbles and 140
: : Gerald Bradbaw and Truln Blye stop-- Manning Jess McSwaln, and their yards In penalties to put the game out
tls ped the Colts In Cowboy territory defensive mates held OP to a minus 20 of reach...
,t to turn the ball over to theBradford yards rushing for the game and Jim- r
team again. my Hankerson's fumble recovery and Middleburg. PeeWees 7
: Linebackers Blye and Derek Deal pass Interceptions by Simon Mitchell, A 45 yard TD run by Timmy Seeleywas
the highlight of the day for the j
: I Cowboy Jr. PeeWees as Middleburg
scored in every quarter and beat the
BBS 3rd In SJCC Run now f 3 Bradford' team In Middleburg :- '
: i last Saturday. Baker Swivels KT'DefenseMilton
: Bradford High's Lady Tornadoes ,._ ,.. The Jr.PeeWees to Park Through Also pictured from left are Dennis Crawford of KT, Elva'
go Orange
a.Iy ll OriHIl' II. 'IIMl
nunwil )tW.nj )
Baker Musk
of the Men (back to swivels
H $ ,: finished third in a five team girls Jmnlhr' Him MiM, tin, ) c:.... .....11 MM.. 11)) PmHnrillra for a game at 12 noon this Saturday, camera) Hampton of Music Men In rear. Early Chandler and Mike 'j
cross country race at St. Johns Com- UiM.I4Ht)Inn!*HUM....11.IMl TliwtMItiW Oct. 18.Defensive. away from Jim McGinnity of Kitchen's Tile and into the Chandler ol the Music Men behind Baker and Dale Haas of
: munity College in Palatka Tuesday. 17th)'....U..r *,... leaders last were Darin secondary In Sunday's 32.27 win by the Music Men. Kitchen's at far right.

II'' Tiffany Griffis took sixth overall in Olltll' ....,.&.1..5141...l.'.M 1/14/.5.HP CMlM*......- Patterson with 10 tackles Greg Wig .
13:54: to pace BUS, which topped CI.iii. ...... a..p "r 4..d III, llADfOltD gins with nine and James McNeal
A! Baker County and Palatka with 83 ....UImtf.., 0..W,P._.,1,1_. Dennis Glover Dale Brown, Raymon
Ill points but was well behind pacesetter ,T.tn.J. ptawn. IMl..)..THtany,OrKllt.,'...Mill' Austin, and James Wallace. I
1I1h"I. HmAInt' 4M)
CI Jacksonville Lee, 22, and North C...l > GI) Marion 46. Prwt HIM. ,4ltd] IIM! *.*...... for a 30 yard average.

HI The Lady Tornadoes were sixth In a
51. ten-team field at the 13th Annual Lee Music Men Kitchen's 27 to preserve a 31-30 win Sunday back before he got across for the
11 Invitation run at the new Northside In a game that was close all the way afternoon. score. Time ran out as the fourth
11 Skill Center In Jacksonville last the Music Men turned back Kitchen's Buddy Paterson and Jim Lewis had down play was stopped two feet shortof
Saturday. Tile 32-27 in a battle for first place hooked up on a 20 yard TD pass and the goal line. .
atM, that'featured ,as much arguing aa the conversion point to give Hayes a -Paterson had thrown TD pasties of
Bradford runs at Baldwin next football Sunday. 31-30 third period lead but in the final 40 and 30 yards to Lewis and Johns,
nil Tuesday Oct. 21, before returning w Quarterback Christy Chandler minute Lawtey moved the ball to the Randy Corbin had fired a 30 yard dou-
PI home for a 3:30 p.m. dual meet with again led the Music Men to victory Hayes five yard line first and goal. ble pass to Johns, and Lewis pickedoff
Palatka Friday, Oct. 24 at the Middle o, 0.10 throwing short TD passes to Mike Two pass attempts were batted down a Lawtey pass and pitched to Bud-
dada School course. Chandler (twice) and Glen Beaver and on third and: fourth downs Danny dy Revels who completed a 25 yard
ucc.: .. i'.4 DeSue before running 40 yards for the Johns stopped the Lawtey quarter TD return.
Rs OIK 1.4111.Itoflfc....'.....KAOFOKO M.MW
c.. Ill,P._.__.."....on. :linchlng score with Just minutes left.
Tr Milton Baker scored the other Music
Sla Men TO on a 10 yard run with a swing .
ho A I'IFr. pass.Kitchen's. CHRIST LUTHERAN
pIA which led 19-18 after the
we : JV'sFall teams traded two touchdowns got CHURCH
touchdown passes from Jackson
relSt. Prevatt to Teston twice
Wayne ( ),
Erie Biggs and Dennis Crawford. Pastor Glen Schmiege 473-2419
Ou 26-0 Prevatt threw to Biggs for a one-point
conversion and ran for a two-pointer.
wahel Church Service 10:30: AM

Early mistakes put BHS in a hole Hayes 31-La wtey30

the Baby Tornadoes never could Hayes Builders stopped Lawtey at Lion's Club
climb out of as Clay High's JV Blue
the two foot line In the last minute of
Devils won 26-0 in a junior varsity
game played in Starke fast Thursday. ,C Sunday School and Bible School R.aum.d. 8 AM

Tonight Thursday Oct. 16, the JV
gridders of BHS go after Palatka at ,
the Baby Panthers home field. Game Sapp Looks for Breathing RoomJV
time is 7 p.m. quarterback Craig Sapp (II) looks I for room to run
In last week's game play was on around end as Vince Culverson (44>, I and Richard Warren TURNING
even terms until the'Devils Billy Col- ((10)) throw blocks.

eman broke loose for a 59 yard .
touchdown run with 35 seconds left m
the first period. Five minutes later ELDON DESK TRAYS 'P'/f/l f'.; ':':' ,'.0, ;
the Baby Tornadoes were gave up six } '
more points when a snap from center ORO I.NARY
MeT sailed high over punter Larry Long's Letter Size
cer head and Into the endzone where a
Inc Clay player recovered. The Blue Beige
27, Devils ran in for the extra points anda Black
tent advantage.. Smokeor
DeliD BHS found little room to run for its ONLY MINUTESIN1O
veer option backs and never seriously
Fea threatened to score though quarter- $260 Clear
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Fan son broke off a couple of good runs.
tent The majority of defensive tackles Off irSlwp MEMORABLE
beh were made by linebacker Blaine
Dyal and defensive backs and Sapp
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; TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH UNION'COUNTY \ :''., *. .':a14MD t...,.. The Lake RegionMONITOR. The Union County
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I Brooker Girl 'Milks' 4-H'Contests for All They're Worth ::1:1Brooker'l

Deborah Green doesn't
believe 4-H home economics contest
winners should be one-time-only competitors -
who fade from the picture
after they've garnered their laurels. Baldwin Chevy Dlds m
Last year she won first place in
Florida 4-H's Yeast Breads division
for her dairy goods yeast bread
demonstration. This year after switching
to the .*H Food and Nutritiondlv1810n. Used Car
she garnered top honors for
her dairy goods soup exhibit. According
to UP Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences spokespeople
she may be the first person to ever
,win bacK-to-back statewide awards. Reductian Sale
Actually the sixteen-year-old high
:school senior hadn't planned an all-l li
out assault on every home economics f
award available when she first began rr- s
competing one year ago.Although she
was also named Outstanding Home
Economics Student District C by the 1979 Chevrolet Chevetie Cond
Florida Home Economics Association 2 Dr., H.B., Air 4 Speed
she says her main Interest Is

"really Deborah dairy started cattle production.out showing" a Trans., Radio & Heater. Clean Little Car.

single calf named Hazel three years
ago. She eventually won first place in .
statewide showing and
competition with the nelffer. Haze a V, $429500'
was given an "Excellent" grade and
according to Green the cow "gave
19ooo pounds of milk In a nine month What'a Collection!
lactation period last or
69 pounds each day she was milked.roughly 4-H'er Debra Green of Brooker added to her collection of trophies by being the, 1978 Chevrolet BtMbu
Success with Hazel prompted top dairy Judge at the Northeast Florida Fair last Saturday, Her animals Wagon V6 Engine, Auto Trans.,
Green to add to her her She aeUCllnmate received blue rlbboni.

Air Cond. One Owner and to Go.
quired three more animals and gave % cup sliced, cooked carrots Ready
each a name beginning with the letter 2 medium stalks celery ,
'HM* 2 medium green onionsV4
"I named my new cattle Holly. cup parsley $ .\
Honey and Harlen so I could fill all the V< cup flour \ f)995DO '. "
leaves on my.4-H clover,"she said. 1 teaspoon salt .
Given Five "But when Hazel bore 1 finally V4 teaspoon pepper \' -
broke with tradition and named her 4 cups milk
calf Sugar" said Green. 2 cups butterDirections
Naturally the Green family always 1978 D3ds Delta !
Royal Air
More Years has plenty of milk In the house as a (Using food processor) Dr., Sedan, Power Steering,
result of Deborah's continuing expan--
sion of her dairy stock. Mrs. Mary Melt butter In saucepan.Using shred-
A 23-year-old Union Correctional. Green Jokingly says her daughter'sdairy ding disk,shred cheese,empty and Insert Cond., 260 V8 Engine, Am/Fm Radio & Power
Institution Inmate was sentenced to goods soup was first conncocted cutting blade. Chop carrots
five additional years in prison after as a "way to use as many dairy products celery green onions, flour, salt andpepper. Windows Clean.
he pled guilty to aggravated battery as possible and still come up Process until finely chopped. ,
of a correctional officer with a lead with something tasty." Add one cup milk and process 3-4
p Ipe Deborah suggests the proof of the seconds. Pour into saucepan and add $469500
The sentence was handed down aoup is in the eating and has providedher three cups milk. Cook over medium
Mon., Oct. 13, at the courtroom at winning recipe for readers with a heat stirring constantly until slightly
UCI.Union hearty appetite or an oversupply of thickened. Reduce heat and add
County Judge A.L. Draggers "moo-Juice." cheese one-haU cup at a time and stir
sentenced Frank Evans to five additional until cheese melts.. 1977 Datsun 810' 4 Dr. Sedan Auto Trans. Power
o years In prison for beating officer Deborah Green's Dairy Goods Soup8 '. .... .' .,, ,
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David-Leon Newhamf 26. six .
Yfelds 8-oz. servings. I IWQ6i ,' f. '
Starke over the head with a metal' os. Cheddar cheese" "Radio.This
pipe March 21,. 1979. Newham was Steering, Brakes & Air Cond., AM/FM & CB .
supervising Inmates at the time of the

attack.Newham His spent skull several was. fractured months In and a J a1 O is the Luxury Datsun Save$4MOO

Gainesville hospital.At
the time of the incident Evans

degree was charged murder with possession attempted of first a Deen, t Scaled & Pt tsc

weapon by a state prisoner battery of
a law enforcement officer and with' Alaskan King Crab Claws .. ALIB..
being an habitual felony offender. In
exchange for his guilty plea to the aggravated Turtle $2tb?
battery charge, the state 1977 Chevrolet CIO
Short Wheel Base Reetside Power
dropped all other charges. ,
Evans' new sentence will be addedto Appalachicola Oysters.. ...$1300Whiting.

convictions his 12 year for term assault for with Dade Intent County to 95b. Steering, Brakes, Air Cond., Auto Trans., V8 Engine &

commit robbery and assault with in-
tent to commit first degree murder $
Flounder. I Lt>. Tilt Wheels. Save
two counts of possession of a firearmby

a criminal a convicted offense felon and,while two engaged counts of in Shrimp.Jumbo(2 25))l.$$491p..L.r.3 )$4 b

robbery. $1 ? .- ,c
Newham was arrested by the Brad Drum .. b9 53995I
ford County Sheriffs Department
Friday. Oct. 3, on three charges: aggravated Live Maine Lobster ...- Place order by TuesdaysFresh .
assault with a deadly Cherrystones I HHHHBHHlVHHsHHssssssssaBsssVssBaBssssHBl v

weapon procuring for prostitution, Sea Scallops $Qu C85. Clams... By the Dozen
and felony possession of marijuana. > 1977
Toyolo 4 Dr. Auto Trans. Air Cond.
Newham Is being held In lieu of Wagon, ,
$103,000 bond in the Bradford CountyJail 624 E. Brownlee St. 964-8320 Starke, Fla.

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38-year-old brother of Florida Buy One Get One FREE ....
State Prison Death Row Inmate
Charles William Profit was arrestedby With This'Coupon Eat In or Carry Out Mercury Comet 4 Dr., Sedan, 6 Cyl l: Engine,
authorities for felony introductionof Offer Good thou I I I) v
contraband, namely marijuana
with the arrest taking place Sat.,Oct. Oct. 22'lv80I i i,7 ..rC' 1\.1 Auto Trans., Power Steering, Air Cond., '
11, at 9:15: a.m. at FSP. .
Bradford County Sheriffs Department -, _......, 10
records show Robert Glander a .rt"t t&. 't ." Clean Clean Clean.. .. : : ,
Stamford Connecticut Police Officer .8 'II : :' !.. "
was arrested by Lt. Glen A. Moore ; .."
who was called to the prison by ;
authorities after the marijuana was .$319500". ,
discovered on'Glander during a I Forney only 301 S. Starke 964.6877

routine prison search. .
Prison records confirm that assss a Immla asass r. dam session somosoo saloons .
Glander Is a brother to Profit. Deft CouSun. on I r o-u on
Glander was released from the .', Oct. 19 ONLY Mon., 041. 20 ONLY '1976'J Datsun) 610 '
J Wagon Red 4 Trans.
Bradford County Jail in Starke on a ( ) Speed ,.
$1.575 recognizance bond after being % Off Ref. Price K Off Reg. Price .. '
before Bradford
arraigned County
Judge Elzie S. Sanders. Pizza Chicken Cacciatora 4C 4.;' Good Solid Economical Transportation: ,
Gov. Bob Graham signed Profit'sdeath I
warrant In June of last year. For to Only Dinner Ear 1ft only ,
Profit received a slay of the execution ClIP aNt LIr1 i cur ese im
about 15 hours before he was scheduled 2695IN
to die In Florida's electric chair.
The Profit case Is a landmark In Iy Coupon all ou n

Florida legal history as the case 'Tuoz., Oct. 21 ONLY Ttiuu. Oct 22 ONLY
under consideration when United
States Supreme Court In 1978 upheldFlorida's .tf'Off R*1. Price H Off Reg. Price
new death penalty law.
Florida was the first slate to have ,Spaghetti Dinner 'Lasagna Dinner
new death penalty laws upheld by the
nation's highest court. Many states Eel M Only For Only
have patterned death penalty laws. i CLIP tm UM ClIP MMe sort US 301 NORTH PMONl S44-7SOO
after the laws In this stale.

The U.S. Supreme ruled that little Italy has Luncheon Specials Extra this
Florida's previous death penalty law. STARKE, FLORIDA
wn unconstitutional and the Florida month fREE Bowl of Soap with any Sib.thru Oct.31
Legislature wrote a new law.in 1073.; ,

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Ii 1 .---- --News Briefs ----- UV JE

Escape Means Cycle Throws Rider,

2 More Years> ,,1,1A Arm Broken in FallA 0Ch53

Union Correctufaal institution In- 26-year-old Raiford man suffereda
mate received two additional years Instate broken arm after being thrown off
prison after he pled guilty Mon- his motorcycle In a mishap Thursday
.day, Oct. 13, to escape at. the courtroom Oct. 9, at 8:50 p.m. 7.3 miles west of,
at UC Starke In the Whispering Pines
Union County Judge A.L. Driggers Estates. Ring 101 141 Wedding Rings 1DDC' 141
'sentenced Elvis Lambert to two addi- Florida Highway Patrol records

tional years in state prison for the show a 1979 Suzuki motorcycle Men'AI/g. ((211:1):) 'S50o' 14900 Men' Avg. (j9g) 36s0 6400
operated Richard Lewis
'Aug. 17, 1978 escape from the Reception by

'Butler.and Records Medical show Center Lambert near along Lake was Pines travelling, Estates. west Carter in applied Whispering his Men's Large((31 p) 12500 22000 Men's Laroe ((12x39))" $6000 88'0

with another officer Inmate hostage, took during a correctional the front wheel an intersection.brakes as he The was motorcycle approaching I Ladles' Avo. ((8.15g) 3500 60.0 '(i\ Ladle..Avo.. ((1.5g) '30'" '53"',.

:escape.shears They during possessed the offense.paperhanging Carter went off of out It. of control throwing Ladles' Small (eg) 2610 .46BO Lad,..' Small (fig) .'20ao3580

Lambert is currently serving a Carter was taken to Shands
:.maximum ten-year sentence for robbery Teaching Hospital in Gainesville for '
and use of a firearm In the commission treatment of a broken arm. Buyin.. Watches,. Necklaces, Chains, Bracelets, Dental Gold and ,: ,: ., .
of a felony from PlnellasCounty. The highway patrol cited Carter for .
no drivers license and no tag. all U.S. & Foreign Gold ,Coins
The state dropped charges of kid- Damage to the cycle was estimated at

''napping by a state and prisoner possession in plea of bargaining.a weapon $30. Salver Anything marked Sterling damaged or undamaged, Extra Bonus.

Man Critical Paid for Complete 4, 6- 8, 10 & 12 piece place settings.

Inmate BrothersGet After CollisionA : '

5 More YearsTwo 25-year-old Sanderson man was Silver Bar SIDO'I Marked .925 or .999. 1300 oz. ,:,'.}

brothers received five addi- hospitalized in critical condition as .,'
tional years in state prison In Circuit the result of head injuries he sustained Silver Coins: 9.64. & before Dimes, Quarters & Halves. 10 X face '
when Involved In
Court activity at The Union Correctional his truck was an

Oct. 13.Roger Institution. courtroom Monday, was accident backing with up a in tractor heavy trailer fog Friday that Silver Dollar 1935 & before' -' *12 & up each Culls & damaged less

Lee Bracey. 28, and Wilson Oct. 10 at 6.30: a.m. 3.5 miles north or Kennedy Halves $
1965 to 1969 $110 each
Bracey 24, pled guilty to Aggravated Lake Butler on CR-238. -
battery and were sentenced to the additional Florida Highway Patrol report War
prison term by Union County stated Charles Deen was southboundon .lclld.11 1942 1945 40. each I
Judge A.L. Driggers.As CR-238 when a 1980 Mack Tractor i
part of plea bargaining the state pulling 1971 Chauncey trailer driven 11
dropped charges of possession of a by Jake Lee Hill 47,of Lake City was
weapon by a state prisoner in which backing from a dirt road. The front of Holiday Inn Of Starke
the brother- admitted stabbing the Deen vehicle collided with the left
another inmate, Paul Burgess with a side of the trailer.
homemade knife last April 19. Deen was taken to Shands Teaching ..
Both brothers are serving second Hospital in Gainesville where he has .
degree murder convictions from been hospitalized since the wreck. This Thurs thru Sunday Only
Palm Beach County. In addition Trooper T.C. Pace cited Hill for Improper -
Wilson Is serving 15 years for the backing and no drivers
crime while Roger Lee Is serving 104 license. r
years for the murder along with robbery MOBILE HOMEINSULATED
escape and attempted sexual
battery convictions. Car Pilfered

From Terwillegar'sA

One More Year 1980 model used car was pilfered
from inside the shop at Terwillegar
For Possessing WeaponA Motor Company after the shop was
23-year-old Union Correctional closed for the weekend Sat., Oct. 11,
Institution Inmate received an additional and the theft was not discovered until
year in prison after he pled late Monday, Oct. 13, according to OK L 00
guilty to possession of a weapon by a Starke Police Department records.
state prisoner. The vehicle identified, according to
Edward Vincent Knight receivedthe the police report was a 1980 Ford
additional sentence from Union Fairmont station wagon with 15,000
County Judge A.L. Driggers, miles on it and was traded back in by
presiding In the courtroom at UCI G. Perry Phillips of Gainesville on ( '. 'f .' II
Monday, Oct. 13. A charge of posses- another car last week. -. -, #.
sion of a controlled substance was Records show the station wagon ."_ s ". '4 a
dropped by the state in plea bargaining was white, saddle color vinyl Interior 2"1sir. '-
Is a six cylinder with air conditioningand oI-- ) I
Knight is currently serving a life an AM/FM stereo radio. I
term for second degree murder. Records show there was no license i
Knight at the time he entered the tag on the vehicle when it was. stolen I
guilty plea admitted that last Feb. 16 from inside the shop. 'T* ",Completed Double Roof lob will,' '

he possessed a round metal rod that ... '%ft ".,.....make your home mart attractive I t
was sharpened to a point. If i \ ."," 'more comforb/e-wM.r and:

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Clyde Mosley Mrs. Nora Mae StrubeMrs. IG I

Clyde Mosley, age 63, Lawee died Nora Mae Strube 82, of G
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 7, In the Callahan died Wednesday In a
Veterans Administration Hospital in Jacksonville hospital.
Lake City. Born in Russellville, Ark., Mrs.
Born in Clay County Sept. 23, 1917, Strube had lived in Callahan since
Mr. Mosley had lived most of his 1918.
lifetime in Bradford County. He was a Survivors Include: one daughter,
retired painter& roofer; a member of Mrs. Norma Riggs, Callahan; one
the Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter son, Jack E. Strube, Sr., Keystone
Day Saints: and was an Army Heights; one sister Mrs. Willie
veteran of WW2.Survivors Rackley, Arkansas; six grandchildren
Include: one sister, Mrs. Jack Strube Jr., Tom
Viola McCauley of Holly Hill Fla.; Strube and Bruce Strube all of No
and 22 nieces and nephews. Keystone, Vickie Hurst and Sandra Gimmicks
Funeral services were held Saturday Overstreet Jacksonville, and Larry ".
Oct. II, in the Pine Grove Overstreet, Callahan; and 3 great- Just Straight Talk
Congregational Methodist Church at grandchildren.
Raiford with Wilford W. Jordan, Funeral services were held Friday,
Julian Dobbs and William R. Watson, Oct. 10, In the Chapel of Corey-Kerlin
Sr., officiating. Interment was In Pine Funeral Home,Jacksonville with Fr.
Grove Cemetery with the arrangements Mark Waldon officiating. Intermentwas

under the direction of in Restlawn Memorial Park, ,. ... .... "...i ;'. '. >: .-. .. .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home of Jacksonville. .. : . ".
Starke PLUS

Edward A. fall !

William W. Simpson Edward A. Hall. 73, of Starke, died !
in the North Florida
William W. Simpson, age 32,died in Hospital in Gainesville Regional
Ormond Beach, Fla., Wednesday, Wednesday, FSEE SPECIAL !
Oct. 8, following a long illness. I
Oct. 15, following an acute heart at-
tack. Born in New Orleans, La.. July 15,
1907 Mr. Hall moved to Starke In 1948
Born in Columbus, Ohio. Nov. 12,
Honolulu Hawaii. He
was a
1947! Mr. Simpson was a repairman
retired manufactures
for I the Bell Telephone Co., and was an joined the U.S. Postal representativeand Service and
Army veteran of the Vietnam War.
was a clerk in the Starke Post Office
Survivors include: his parents Mr. until his retirement in 1973, $ ItComptotelv .
and Mrs. Ralph E. Simpson, Colum-
Survivors Include
his wife
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bus. Ohio; two children, local sur- FAN
Marguerite M. Hall
vivors include his ; one son Robert
cousin. Simpson -
L. Hall of Starke; a step-son, WilliamH.
of Gainesville. He was the grandson Mueller, San Jose.Calif, With Each
of the late Ed Simpson, former one step Roof Job
daughter Shirley Sturdivant, San
of Gem
Jewelry Jose, Calif. 4 grandchildren several
Funeral services were held Mon- nieces and ; ; Limited Offer
day. Oct. 13. In the Chapel of Myers nephews. ,
Funeral Home. Columbus, Ohio with held Memorial funeral services were 1 Week Only ( InsUltod
burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Saturday, Oct. 11. in the Chapel ; )
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home was in of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 1st ISO .... It.
with Rev.
Robert C. Gillis officiating
charge the local arrangements. Cremation followed.


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Local Man Kills Girl :Friend, Then SelfA

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24-year-old Starke man killed his a.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, that a !girl was to the shooting. Moore, prior to at-
16-year-old girlfriend and later the lying outside the Scorpion Den tempting to talk to Dean, asked the
same day killed himself with the Nightspot where the girl worked as a other officers to stand by their patrol
same pistol he used to kill the girl as waitress and had been shot. cars.
two Bradford County Sherlh'sDepartment Police responded Immediately and Lt. Moore, In his report, stated one
deputies and two Starke found Newby lying under a blanket shot was heard. He reported upon In-
Police officers observed Sunday,Oct. with a gunshot wound in the head vestigation Dean was found lying flat
12, at 4:15 p.m. above her left eye. on his back with the pistol between his
, Starke Police records show James Witnesses told police that Dean was legs. The report Indicated Dean was
Henry Dean, Jr..Sat. Oct. 11, at 1:30 observed having words with Newby shot in the right side of the head. His
a.m. broke into a residence at 922 and then pulled out a pistol and shot remains were transported to Brad-
North Oak Street in the Reno sectionof her in the head, according to the ford County Hospital Starke where
Starke by tearing the screen. According police report.A Emergency Room Dr. M.J.Heck pronounced
to the police report Dean search of the area did not turn up him dead on arrival at 4:55:
struck Thelma Jean Newby and Dean until the Bradford County
knocked her down, then went out the Sheriffs Department received a call p.m.BCSD report listed cause of death
UC 4-H Leaders Take Off back of the house looking for a young that Dean was at the home of Derrell was a self-inflicted gunshot wound.Lt. .
Rauaha Jesiup,and Ruth Jenkins prepare to board an Institute man Dean apparently thought was Mathis at 514 Old Lawtey Road in Moore said the pistol, a
, Union County 4-H Leaders (l-r) County Agent Logan of Food and Agricultural Science bus from the UF with Newby at the time of the Inci Starke. Sheriff Lt. Glen A. Moore and .38-caliber Smith & Wesson, was
Fink, Sue Nettles, Nancy Stalnaker. Laurie Schretzman. to attend Volunteer 4-.. Leaders Forum In Eatonton Ga. dent. Deputy Samuel H. Eunice and Assistant believed to be the same weapon that
.u Police received a report at 3:30 Starke Police Chief Harold and killed Newby.
j,. Patrolman W.K. McIntire were Newby was the mother of a
dispatched to the Mathis house. 3-month-old baby.
a When the officers arrived at the Dean had a history of mental Illness
house Mathls suggested that only Lt. and violence and has spent long
Abraham Canfux, M.D. Moore try to coax Dean from the top periods in the Bradford County Jail
of an old barn behind the house. over the past two years, says Sheriff
Announces the Moore talked to Dean, according to Dolph Reddish. .
BCSD records, for 20-25 minutes prior
Opening of His Office

General Medicine
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October 20, 1980

Lawrence Blvd., Keystone IIgts..
(Between Pharmacy and Post Office)
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OFFICE HOURS PHONE The Galapagos Islands wait of Ecuador were named
MEW 9 a.m. 5 p.m. 473-4923 for the galapago./ Spanish for "tortoise," because of -
the 200-pound tortoise found there that could carry
BC 4-H Leaders Taking Off Walk-ins! and appointments, someone there all day. the weight of a man. -

Alice Faye Waters, left, and Mary Jane Green of Bradford County are attending
the Volunteer 4-H Leaders Forum at Eatonton, Ga. _

4-H Leaders

Attending Forum s

in GeorgiaVolunteer HARDWARE


4-H Leaders from Bradford "
and Union Counties left Monday D
for the 1980 Southern Regional "
Volunteer Leaders Forum at the Rock
Eagle 4-H Center In Georgia.
Attending from Bradford County
were Mary, Jane Green and Alice;; y. "
Fa a Watenl'uUnICJn! eI, ;Ate'w'"O .. ; "
Schi Le bars
Nancy Stalnaker and Sue
Nettles. Union County Extension 8'flj/l 8
Director volunteers.Logan Fink accompaniedthe -

The Forum is designed to provide a 2.49 ff r\ 5.89Jj'
variety of informative training for VALUE Y VALUE
volunteer 4-H Leaders. Program
theme for this is
year Strengtheningthe \. I
4-H Family.Participants '::-

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flxteen Bradford County 4-H'ers .
participated In the Northeast Florida 88 99
Fair at Callahan.
Brandl Herndon was the high In- al
dividual judge In the 4-H Beef Judging
Contest. The Beef Team composed of 11.69 9.89VALUE ;:;G
Herndon, Kenny Howard, Mark VALUE
Crews and Guy Wayne Parrish placed
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George Boyd Tucker : : ; _
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George Boyd Tucker, 69, of Lake -. --:-- (?, I
Door Unlocked Death Row Inmate Butler, died Tuesday morning In the "I t:,*i i 1'1"
Lake City Medical Center after a Mrs. Yvonne Mcb nleJ, Starke; two
brief Ulness. Wardle Blees Ransom step-sons, James Jones Starke and
Born In Moultrie, Ga., Mr. Tucker Wardle Blees Ransom, 65, ofataNoorth Clyde Stubs of North Carolina; one
from Cell Kills Guard was employed with the St. Johns died early Tuesday morning brother, Ernest Ransom, North
Lunges Waitingto Shipyard during WWII moving to Florida Regional Hospital In Carolina; three sisters, Mrs. Edna
Lake Butler In 1946, where he has Gainesville following a brief Ulness. Edwards, Mrs. Retha Bullard and
resided since. He was a retired Born in Marlon, S.C., Mr. Ransom Mrs. Ruth Lamb;' all of North'
painter; was a member of the Union moved to Gainesville 1957 where he Carolina; and several grandchildren.:
Escort Him ShowerA County School Board for two years; was self-employed as a carpenter. He Funeral services will be conducted
and was a member of the Oak Grove moved to Starke In of 1080 and today (Thursday), Oct. 16, at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day was of the Baptist fait. Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Saints. Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. Home, with Rev. .James Starling of
48-year-old Correctional Officerat veteran, was inside the cellblock and rendered peacefully after the stabbing Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. Mildred Brinson Ransom, Starke; ficiating. Burial will follow In Santa
Florida State Prison was stabbedto was waiting outside Knight's cell He was arraigned before Circuit Llnnie Pearl Williams Tucker of Lake one son, Howard Ransom and one Fe Cemetery with Archie Tanner
death Sunday afternoon, Oct. 12, when another correctional officer out- Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green Jr.,, Butler; one daughter, Mrs. JoAnne daughter Mrs. Essie Rae Soles, both Funeral Home in charge of arrangements
and a death row Inmate has been formally side the cellblock electronically Monday afternoon, Oct. 13. Green ap- Perry of Lake City; two sons, Rodney of North Carolina; one stepdaughter. .
charged with the slaying which unlocked the cell door. pointed Gainesville Attorney Joseph Tucker, Lake Butler and Robert
took place near the Inmate's cell. "Knight lunged at Burke, knockedhim Forbes as a special public defender tq Tucker, Valdosta, Ga.; one brother,
Thomas Otis Knight, awaiting execution to the ground and stabbed him at represent Knight.Knight Alfonso Tucker, Dundee; five sisters, SEE YOU SATURDAY NIGHT
for the abduction slayings six least three times with the sharpenedend was convicted In 1974 of the Mrs. Molly Barlow and Mrs. Hattie
years ago of Miami industrialist of a spoon handle," Bradford 1974 murder of the Gans. The couple, Cribbs both of Clearwater, Mrs. I Leading Florida Businessmen Share Theo
Sydney Gans 64,and his wife Lillian says. according to prison records, was abducted Ailine Lyle of Avon Park, Mrs. Linnle o I Secrets Of Their Success And The Influence
stabbed Correctional Officer RichardJ Burke had been working at FSP the from their Bay Harbor Island Lovell and Mrs. Minnie Hunt, both of v t | Ol Christ In Their Lives.
Burke three times. Burke had goneto past three months after serving two Mansion and driven to their bank Dundee; and 7 grandchildren. c
escort Knight to the shower. years as a Jailer In Green Cove Spr where Gans was forced to withdraw Funeral serlvces will be held today ', FULL ,GOSPEL BUSINESSPIENS'FELLOWSIBIP
"There Is only one possible ings.Prison 50000. They,were then driven to a (Thursday), at 10:00: A.M. In the Oak : BANQUET OCT. 18
motive," says Vernon Bradford, Superintendent Sonny rural area and shot to death with a Grove Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
Department of Corrections Strickland issued a statement that submachine gun. ter Day Saints with Bishop Ernest R. at DRAMA RESTAURANTDinner
spokesman. "Early that morning "Burke was not as well trained as we Strickland pointed out Knight has Peacock and Elder W.W. Jordan of at 6:30 P.M. Phone 473-2203 or 473-2702
Knight had been denied permission tc would" like to have working on death received 23 disciplinary reports for ficiating. Burial will follow In the AT REGULAR MENU PRICES Meeting At 7:30: p,m,
receive a visitor because he wouldn't row, but Strickland pointed out the misconduct since being sentenced to church cemetery under the direction
Is "so short of correctional officers Death Row In 1975. Public Invited To Both Families Welcome
shave or un plait his hair. We don't prison of !, h.r.u Funeral Home of Lake
allow braided hair." we are always striving to get Earlier this month Judge Green Butler, "IOrIO".
Records show the last time a prison somebody into that building to work." ordered the DOC to reduce the
officer was killed by an Inmate at Burke lived in Orange Park and population at the prison from 1,122 Inmates .e :.
FSP was In 1955, when the assistant leaves two daughters ages 14 and 17. to 750 by Monday, Oct. 13. .I" :'
superintendent J.G. Godwin was kill Officers inside the prison do not The First District Court of Appealsin : ., '
ed and two officers were wounded.One carry guns as a precaution against inmates Tallahassee granted the DOC an ...",..
of the officers Injured in that Inci- seizing his weapons.Stricklandtold additional 45 days to complete the .
dent was current DOC Secretary the media that the stabbing incident transfer, Thursday, Oct. 9. Further r- .
Louie L. Wainwright, according to would probably have no effect on details on that story will be found
Bradford. this policy. elsewhere In this paper. :
Another officer was killed accor- "I don't think we can have weapons Prison officials stated that Burke's
ding to Bradford, by a prisoner at the Inside the prison unless we have some death could not have been preventedby (
Fort Myers Road Prison in 1965. kind of catwalk system, where the officers the earlier transfer of the Inmates :3WAKE
Bradford confirmed Burke, a were separated from the less dangerous, since Death Row In-
former jailer with the Clay County prisoners," Strickland says. mates such as Knight would have re- %.
Sheriff's Department and a US Navy Strickland pointed out Knight sur mained at FSP.

I 2 Jiffy Store Robberies May be by Same 3 MenArea

law enforcement officers are where she demanded the money backat
investigating two Tuesday, Oct. 14, gun point. She got it. cy.In Lake Butler three black men
convenience store robberies, on Three black males used a pulled a pistol on the clerk In the Handy CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
US-301 south of Starke and in Lake .38-calibre pistol to rob the Handy Way store and demanded the
Butler, they think may have been Way Store at SR-121 and SR-231 in night's receipts. The trio ordered the I
committed by the same three black Lake Butler about 10IS: pm. Tues- clerks to lie flat on the floor and fled 1
men. with an undetermined amount of
Three black males entered the Zip- day.Sheriff Dolph Reddish said one of money, according to the Union County FREE HEATING'
py Mart at the Hampton cutoff on the men picked up the money bag at Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy
US-301 south at SR-18 at 1:15: p.m. the Zippy Mart robbery and the three Albert Sweat.
Tuesday, engaged the clerk in conversation filed out to a gray colored car to An investigation Is continuing by fiiTTa SURVEY
and filed out with a money leave, but were acosted by the pistol- both the Bradford and Union sheriff's r ,
bag. Getting a pistol from under the bearing clerk. Because no weapon departments to determine if the two
counter, Clerk Ginny Summers was used by the trio in that robbery, robberies were by the same men. a
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I Tear Gas Used to Quieten FSP Inmates Persisting in DisturbanceTear "I

gas was used to quell I dIstur- spoon.ho attempted to escort Death mates were reported to have thrown Sgt. Leonard Ball prison investigator Officials reported a pepper fogger Strickland told this paper Wednesday
bance at Florida State Prison after inmates Row inmate Thomas Otis Knight their trays at the Inmate runner who. told reporters the Inmates machine was used to dispense the gas morning that things were quiet at S
flooded P-Wlng by stopping up from his cell to the shower. was serving them, forcing them off responded with taunts and jeers and on the south side of the wing When the prison. : .*
cell sinks and threw food and!trays into Knight was formally charged withthe the wing. began breaking out windows In case the north side of the wing did not settle He also stated that' 4 third correctional *
the corridors, Tuesday,Oct. 14,aCo' murder at a first appearance Assistant Superintendent RichardDugger the gas was released. Records In- down, It also was gassed. Three officer has been assigned to
cording to prison spokesman Vernon Monday, Oct. 13, at the prison before and Col. Tom Barton, chief dicate only 29 of an estimated 1,000 prison Inspectors and several medical each wing since the killing of Burke.
Bradford. Judge R.A. (Buzzy] ) Green Jr. Correctional Officer at FSP, went to window panes were left intact after technicians were on hand to witnessthe Strickland added that prior to the 3
No one waalnjUred in the Incidents. Prison employees turned off the P-Wing after the noon disturbancewith the Incident. procedure. killing two officers were assigned to .A
Officials reported ,FSP was quiet water supply to the winK to brinK the bullhorns and warned the Inmates "They wouldn't respond to any "After a few minutes the exhaust the wings. He stated we are trying, to
Tuesday night. flooding order under control Monday if they didn't settle down, teargas order,so we gassed them, It's as simple fans were turned on and the gas was get approval for more positions to be
"We had some problems and we nlldtt. Iomatea continued to make I would be used. as that," Strickland says. cleared out"Ball says. added to the correctional officers
handled It. It's as simple as that," noise, bang on cell bars, throw thingsat staff. ..a.
Superintendent Sonny Strickland officers and generally create a
says He added: "I can tell you It's nuisance.

quiet Records now."show the problems' Strickland confirmed that several District Court- Delays Inmate Transfer 45
began minor fires were reported. Inmates, Days :
late Monday, Oct. 13, when many of according to the prison report, lit \. I
the 103 Inmates on P-Wing, a confine- other flammable objects
ment area populated by Inmates with pitched them out of the cells Into
discipline problems, blocked the the corridor Green's Order for DOC Recommendations Stands : !
I drains of their sinks and flooded the The disturbances continued at
1 three-tier wing. breakfast Tuesday morning as inmates -
Officials surmise inmates were threw metal serving trays of The First District Court of AppealsIn tolerable" Green says to the court. The additional time granted by the .. ..,
reacting to an order that they be food onto the floor of the corridor. Tallahassee acting Thursday, Oct. The latest murder occurred on One of the recommendations made First District Court of Appeals means 'I
1 handcuffed behind their backs Confinement Inmates are served In 9, gave the Department of COrrec- death row Sunday afternoon, Oct. 12 by the panel was to Immediately that at the end of 45 days the District ,f%
I anytime they are moved outside of their cells rather than in the cafeteria tions 43 additional days In which to when.Correctional Officer RichardBurke reduce the Inmate population to 750.. Court could lift the stay leaving Corrections C'
I their cells. used by open population inmates. comply with an order issued by Cir- was stabbed to death three Other recommendations Include better Secretary Louie L. Wain- i t.
The order to handcuff the Inmates Records show the Inmates threatened cuit Judge R.A.(Buzzy) Green,Jr.,to times with a spoonhke object by pay and training for correctional wright with tile transfer requirement ;j
came after the stabbing death Sun- to take over the wing, If the water reduce the prison population from Death Row Inmate Thomas Knight officers and other changes. Or fa could accept! arguments by the .
day, Oct. 12-: of correctional officer, were not turned on by noon. 1,122 to 750 Inmates. who has been charged with the Attorney General Jim Smith petitioned state that Green findings that overcrowding "'"
Richard J. !Surke of Orange Park The disturbance was renewed while Judge Green on Friday, Oct. 3, In murder. the Appellate Court for the stay and other poor treatment of ""'
( who was killed with a sharpened the noon meal was being served. In- Circuit Court In Starke, ordered DOCto Prison officials take the position Wednesday, Oct. 8, warning that the FSP inmates violated their consU"t.,t'
complete the transfer by Monday, Burke's death could not have been Immediate transfer of that many Inmates tutional rights was Improper. tf
Oct. 13. prevented by the earlier transfer of would create dangerous situations Other panel recommendations were .,
In making that order Judge Green the less dangerous Inmates, since at other prisons a re-examination of all inmates to '. >"
Work Release. Inmate noted that four Inmates had been Death Row inmates, such as Knight, "It would be Impossible reducethe ,determine if they should be at FSP, .I-
stabbed to death at the prison since would have remained at FSP. Inmate population of Florida State the state's maximum security prison It
three suits had been filed by eight In- The Appellate Court did allow one Prison to 750 without transferring In- instead of medium or maximum . mates seeking relief from the conditions !- provision in Green's order to take ef mates classified as dangerous to less- security prisons. They also recommended ::J
Makes 'Clean' GetawayA at the prison. fect- requirement that the DOC submit secure Institutions without any additional officers; '<;),
Green pointed out that more deaths by Nov. 3 a plan to Implement assurance that those Inmates would upgrading of security and com- ti.
could and would occur if the popula- recommendations made by a court not cause dangerous situations to exist munications equipment,and develop.'ment .
tion cut was not carried out Im- appointed panel of correctional experts at those less secure: prisons" of an incentive plan to promote ::91.
22-year-old Union Correctional South. mediately. appointed by Green to study the Smith saya. linnet behavior among inmates. .. i
I Institution inmate,who was on a work Officers traced footprints down the "The present situation Is In- prison and make a recommendation ,11r
I crew that was working on a beauti- railroad tracks and traced them up to : .
fication project at the Starke the Fanton house. .b
1 Woman's Club, escaped Wednesday Items taken from one bedroom of On sale .:1
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1 this went to woman's clothing, a fifth of Vodka. IrIIEAGLEj :
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I' 4 UCI Officers on Trial in Lake Butler, for Sexual Battery of an Inmate:1. I


The Circuit Court trial of four ed former inmate Eugene Lake Butler, granted a motion by State Attorney Harris A. Tobin be excused picked to try the case was serving three years for grand

former Union Correctional Institution "Mahogany" Hall, 25, of Jacksonvilleto Larkin to suppress tape recorded from prosecuting the case since The Incident according to theft and auto theft from Duval County

employees was In progress as this insert a baseball bat into his rec- statements made by the defendants Tobin would most likely be called ass testimony of witnesses, took place In at the time of the incident.

paper went to press with three of the tum last May 6. because they were made before the witness to establish that he did not the classification office of Norman at Actual testimony was scheduled to

men on trial for sexual battery of an James W. Wilkerson, 33 of Mac- quartet had been advised of their read the defendants their rights the UCI furniture factory. start Tuesday Oct. 14, but Larkin

inmate and the fourth one for lying to clenny Is charged with lying to in- right to have an attorney present. before questioning them. Hall was not seriously injured, but failed to appear for the trial.

Investigators. vestigators about the incident. Judge Sanders denied a motion filed After the motions were disposed of, he was not medically examined His secretary notified the Union

Charged with sexual battery and The two trials were consolidated Into by Larkin asking that Assistant a jury.of five men and one woman was following the Incident according to County Sheriffs Department that he

cruel and unusual punishment are one case at the request of defense Department of Corrections would be In court Wednesday, Oct. 15.

Harold Dean Norman, 32, of Starke; attorney Thomas A. Larkin, former spokesman Vernon Bradford. Chief Deputy Sheriff Albert Sweat

James C. Wolfe, 30, of Macclenny and Circuit Judge and a U.S. ProsecutorIn Bradford stated Hall was immediately told this paper he Instructed the

William 27, of Raiford. Jacksonville. Custom Built transferred to the Recep- secretary to call Judge Sanders officein

Bennetti be presented In the Monday, Oct. 13, Bradford County _" tion and Medical Center near Lake Starke to report that he definitely

trial by the state to show the trio forc Judge Elzie S. Sanders, at the trial in Butler and was paroled in July. He would be in court.

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496.2599. 4tpd 10/2 SALE 340 NE 3rd St., homeof
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE ClassifiedDeadline 10/23. Rusty Wad. near the
BLOCK HOMES, 3 bedroom 2 lake. Saturday Oct 18

Tuesday bath tonkin living room 9o.m.-until. Misc. Hems.
17 acre. Phone 752.8029no Itchg 1016.ST"'LVEYY'S.
Noon ( collect call..) Located SCRAP
LIQUIDATIONEstate near Providence. 4tpd 10/9 METAl'Sl 490 SW 5th St.

1030. lake Butler' Cash In your
Sale BRICK MOMS. on 1.2 acres 3 hands for your aluminium

bedroom 2 bath con. Copp.r radiators,
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUNCLASSIFIED Oct. 17-19 fireplace, carpeted 1,600 batteries, brass, steel cast
Electric Grinder .q. feet living area. Iran newspapers and corrugated

and wheels 550.000.Brook.r 485.1474. bans tied In
10/9 TFN.PURNITURE. bundles.
Can make
Air CompressorTwo FOR SALEl sofa.lovsoat pickups. Please call

SECTION. Welders chair and ottoman 4962773. Hours 9 a.m. to 5

Hacksaw $195. orange velvet p.m. Monday Thursdayand
swivel rocker $95, plush Friday. Saturday 9.1
Plumbing Tools ola Ilk. new $85, freezer p.m. Evenings call

Taps and Dies $150, wo..r $125. dryer 782-3029 TFM 10/16.
Shop The Sun's Classified section $15. relrigerotor $125.
Drill bits Phone 7527961. Providence FOR RENT

assorted sizes .
100's of Hand Tools' MISC.bed $FURNITURE 125. king lie size b.d bedroom 2 bath central
every day for great shopping values. queen! heat and air. Furnished
1973 Ford LTD $95. bedroom tulle $200. $265 per month unfurnished -
bunk beds $125. double
Clothes, books, etc. and $200 per month plus
bed $45, color TV $200
SR-121 i,* mile south of] chest $35 Phone 7'2.7961.Provld..c. d.posiHwy' 241. Phone

it1 Raiford blinking light .. 282-1826 TFN 10/16.

1 4311124FOR Two L40-IS$IZI TIRES used HELP WANTED
_. Wr.eu.Ia......_. aweNOmd pay and bonaflts. Mw*t to* my N.1 bom. 7::JO ..m. to 5':3d good tread mag typ.
rK.d Av..nrINn...Iv:.]DIY MOn.!erl.321 N.'t': ./r.. 37.VS1.xtMrl-*. f'm>.. ftTQ/fMo.-**3e.nN..m.mMYI Own tramoort37S *- wheels. $60 for pair..Contact $"0 Per Weekt Par.-'1m..at
Donna Davis, Lake Home. Web..h.Am.lce' ,
... ... ..... WA.T.OJW.C! _. .M.C..NICPO.'ONCA.yo. SALE _
.CHANC..O.V. .
'--. _luH a_ PUII a ......"..... C./0M0.. Not MiMt haw own tool*. Fishing Soot" Butler' Apparel 496.3601. s forerh6sf dictionary -
/471 M oancy.JOB-utwcrtotlon QUIQg. -= .n Selltcr.JO:OUIOQ.4: :: SC CallOav Minimum*.J7lA3y 3 voar*. =*Sat. 14 It.fiberglass Itpd 10/16. company needshome
FOR SALE OR TRADE for workers to update
STORE OB( with 4 d.rw lS ,PaSON..alts, ,:.II== *e c*..PT H l ON ciulr l*ST-C* fvolna mrooractlcOfflc tollltv w/18 hp Johnson motor something of equal value local mailing 11.,.. All
..... ...I..tl.... 1 .. and IB lb. thrust
M Pert a toll firm Apptv In Won ages experience un
...... ...
: .._W.vStorMlc noov per n.Onfl.M.1 ... IOO'SW.A..T. ""/ 7e.nNGwe Mlnlkata Trolling motor and 1978 Honda XL 250 S necessary. Send name. address

.-fl iw TROYtarp.//.1715 lfif rillo-Kf*/ o.D.rb All...NUN.a.AIOa6,.... ......5..ftm.d.. ....._3UCCUTANY...111. end ...srl.CY TMLOw/N0.fI_ wars,.0.ALTaRAT10N'JNa .'_ ."s.rnso- Cotor Tilt trailer with very low mileage. phon. number to
.D/e./ ..lfrtaw who ilk** to Apply IflO S '5 =.Frlno*b nofM Salary V0 ? t..t.. tlmt,Or.O.rr. plow nd .Ill 700.00 Phon. 4962103. 2lchg Webster 1644 Bay view
minimum mim wim Ability end cowor* > ":
work Oictfeetto-n- OaIrei IIll NoNn.C Maf M.re.rSi.373.WI.see : Call 10/16 10/33 Avenue. Suite
d3unN. r.gulr.d.C.M177, 7111 da00.w 200h Ave .iD r/enc. Call m-3771: drttvory
431.1640 oftar 4:30 1I01.159O.M. Toronto. Ontario

....peI- Canada M4G 3C2.
2tpd 10/9 10/16.

I cAPs, OHM 1,. Air. __ OLO9 CUTLASS Station Waoon .71 NOS1,. Lew m1N..
roof now CMttarv, AM**>M attwoo *'.. J3: .SCO. mllaa/ afMcaHantconolflon .- M/Nn .INeo ._. Mlcn.Iln
c........ C. ....,0. '.d'*... Haoulraa fwnlnnaar ... .l WO ortfiStrt Hrs.. caeo.nlc.l. 53300 s pratw50.
O 77a4). offar.3O.Sal offar.373aoi..SHxiant. 1'------1]

Air. M/AAI storao.condition COUNTNY Soul N. WAGON 4 cvllr2d.r. 4 vlflV. .
55c.11w.0 MaoO. N.er R.dle. ,. s..np.1..2500. O.
50.55.. 3i2-1SM/.K3N7 ITT-ITT*Joa or{..rIY. -2"I'I': r.:..

"OCCO. lara, .... 4 *T.LINCOLN '
Y.p..d. //r starao Cas ** Oood condition, idly.gWeee.d 1974 PLYMOUTH DUSm.S .
Mag .>*iaal M. OO mil**. tUOOtTaawo : MOO or oaat offar: Call >7 -(MJpafora apaarf. .... _v"_. 5510!.
Hudant. __ S om or 47S771.... .. Call 3T3-m3, Sfiir Ipn.af1afr .

NOVA<<) (CHOOIS 77 WTtl PLYMOUTH AW IOW OT31X100 *Ta VW OASHKAutomatic N SOHNBT 1/00..17 unS/Nr.1
ml AM-PM, ,moo*,air. air low mllaa,sales =1. car. I .....r. V-4 analno.front .
4Ntlnd5r.4 door. a' St.w1n. 4.SSd.'b.000 ml.warranty HAM' O AUTO ANNA* wh drlva 4 apaaoV
autOm.tlC. velour: .., ; .: FOR
vinyl MPG.$4500. INS. .M.InSt. beOIC 50.0Ve. part SALE PERSONALSERVICES CARS &
.-.3.-.. SIll. ........377.0..'. 372n .,...... JTt-xaOaffarSom


near Keystone Heights
$300 down $66.84 per CARPENTER WORK TRANS AM-fully lopd-

month Phone 473-4058 or R.modalingwork, kitchen ed with new tI,..,.Phone
473.4367 alter 6pm. cabinets and trimcarp..r. 473.2720 alter S:30. ask for
..... lari. taxaacoNCONoVcraanatf CONT..A. -- SOil- tlnchg 11/20 Reasonable Bob Smith 2lchg 10116.23
porcn. anad. wattwr. c.I.-- Ed
Am... Oardana. _/_ On 1 acre woodad tot In KSVSlOit LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone prices. Call Dempsey at "
_0, .73.2.77. tfnchg 10/2
SO C."""- n. Heights own.r
SACNC.W/TH ::brick, IIr.DI..*. 05InI financed 10 percent interns. *
SCOUT JEEP Good condi
>rw o P d2NM MO0/15llenr doted meetings Monday B
I.M-.M 500 with tr-M* tcar
ttlfclMn Lots sand
CY OWNCN' Apnlsprw.A.daf SN. 7 TNmS aye/3 .. on clear tion. Call :
OO J7-7-t 4733473
sN/a same 14.5 /. WOOd.d I 5a711gI== 9+rm9 53. bottomed lake priced to p.m. Open meetings. Fri llpd
Kr. S1 sea .W Ardis sad .70. 1016.
-.-nn.ncNw. I'....... ......O..AT 4 ..dream eY..OWMCN a .lath. family sell 'tram 9000. On. to day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday
t ftp. I batn' Oood cMlmaen. _. 8 p.m. "lot..... Monday 7
LC..nd iwimmln
SO ..- .vtwrrv-J .!. Nrn. .. .. 11r live acres overlooking lake
SNnw ......_,.. .UctruN 00/h villaoa Oraat. >77 location aapp....in. Arctiard 1mm pool on l oc..*. Call MtlTttat"orfor (access available' ) with p.m. All meetings .In WANTED
___..... _._/drVor. -
.-.I-.--.on...... 4 55,5 oath, /laroa ISxMA VAN,":....hm,151 Sd nice trees from J3.5OO. Educational Building Community
r. :rv"; a NNpo/n.
with flraplaca w r. CIoSi' U' Church tfnchg
.""V HOMe 9 lot.room oI... _.. class I cor-I.., .4aQ 0 or .. Moans. $500 down $50 a month.. ROOMMATE WANTED-
1 ft*. I bam. ISIS: oaraoa, flrafrlaco _._. .,./'O4S.' .'._1"77....... Commercial frontage.* 107 2. female. Own BR In 6.
93 SM /
dim. Srn. ". ..... .. .V OW .C. CattMi-dral teHllf-oa/ Investment PRESSURE CLIANINO. PAIN
a. sanford jr ft NICK NOM 9 M.t r- cramad tat o-orcfe. prcjf*.alonallndac opportunity house lokelrant' on takeHutchison.
O/KS. Ff |(voor| .. Juat taw s3. m* SR 21 N. TINO and wallpaperingPhone .
: :::. : Cl( :a> Owner-salesman $100 month
COUNT NY LIYING Norn00.i.NNN K A-WAV.oraearty ...,.,..17154::11I WOndOiyI. ***'Jr.-.Y....-cI .." 473.4375. tfnchg 10/2 173.2.77. tfnchg 113 utilifi.rirsr; .last. plus
N WINI S 5Cr.0r0x 0 5,000with taoo to. ft. vaar .r_. 3 .VOWNilA: 4 .!.. >..*... ......* Cr_. Prlc ..*._ Inclwd** AKC DOBERMANS-Top 10/2 $30 security.
or 50.4 2 S N. 2 both. 05554 SR aiiacwtlv ftoma. CalwM.h, roem llvlna room and dlnln' ovntral _t and]air-t_ CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Many
5bcC. 5570.000 TNnls WIN, Ih. _"_ camvlata Slid,.,. flra- ._m. toned baebv.rd 51,5 drapa.wall to wall caredlun- quality only. You ore Invited .. privileges. 473.3110 from
ewn.r. Coll 37.7773. Wm. 5. ....... 0iIh.a.. wooden dwell M4.r fjcttao.-) and ..._. ."._.. Mr_. Coil to visit our kennels. WORK bulld patios S II 9/11-10/16
S.nrard. Jr. Na ALTON. 00,500 N..otv.nc Slae..7lt1, Nosw.700.Call 374-J-XO a,.__a0.WSIOHTS. ./. fireplaces additions, p.m. 6tchg
475 1228
GOLD sterling' .
remodeling. homes
WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN jewelry diamonds, coins.Will .
tile work. Fr. estimates
rlnchg visit your home
Phone 473 44/3 duringday
anywhere. 376-5235 Mr
llpel9.25.10. 16BOBBIES
mask SI30. Rittman Phone collect
tsoibt. viufi n... .CUSA GaAs. -. 5-Isro S Keystone Heights area. COMPUTE LAWN
-. _Ic-. bond _" 500505'S modl SiRVICE,.. ...Imo'... Ifnchg 109100MM..n
lairs all T_,_. .....'ootJi.UP ...nauit.. LI"_.tUeMcn. . 473-3512 4tchg 10 9.10 30 WANTED
k oo.-.lay jparoalf-n, -41S-OS.. a.- FIRSWOOOt $30 lace cord. Daily weekly, monthlyand Sunrlie Trailer, Park. Half
wooo trove. aNb1rrS/aw WANT TO SUY 473.3919. 2tpd 10 9.10 16 yearly ratel Phone
ft: Caolnata' and Carpal Olonwoudu ..... Unlv-jroal, Mtcti. D'AMqIOI"0 4 ONLY 473.2185. 2tchg 10 9-10/16 rent. $60: hall utili"...
many eoJora. ttvla* 'f. Miami Po-untlnbl.>u cut pNr.W. 1972 CHRYSLER $150. molar 4733378 tchg 10/16
say 5NIn.M/a.O5M..t: sugar hY 37.7,5/a cryIvy.*at.tM., 77-a i1Ws .. Call IeI *aBitl7 VOWAMT good: also restaurant sliegas WB BUY used 'furniture, appliances .
C > MM aoT' COf-t*macMAeT TO BUY stove $200. 473.3644. and aluminum

_..KP.astM.. n.vN wooo us.d STOVBIful r.r In M-cvcta.mint condition tMI iHactvlc'noo Wo.wri. a ao-ml,_. aY..LINO.OOLO WILlTPAV CASH /Itpd 10, 16 MISCELLANEOUSIINGO..MUICAN truck toppers. Phone
...._. __wilt..II, far..... i-M Call,..,.Q7 nyttmCHAIN .. Colt.77-..... LITTLE OVER AN ACRE lot, 4734521 rlnchg 10/16
Call 374.e
0415 a t.r0 HI., $10450 OIL :'. Y.". R.N- north of Keystone. |lust off LEGION MAINTENANCE PERSON for
,. ..
.n -15 ht aeld 71.00
,, mw/NH n MALL. SR2I Sot. 7 .
AMte5.O1NG M 'Y1 bra will 6 awMa Lion mN. SR.21. 3200. 4732347: p.m. animal
p vk carat ,1w. Mown .n hospital" parttime.Involves .
=.rna.51500.= firm. Cad pfharOU Good con/ltLw. 135. C1 fUMilr blwwa*, wt-KlM n.ertaltflAT > 2lpd 10 16.23 Sunday 2.S p.m. Public Invited .
......150.W tlnchg 10/9 cleaning yard
CNVST at drawara-tas. Apt M aa work etc Must be dependable
"'50 aba,1 ISO M ... .. RUMMAGE SALE. Keystone
5nr10WrtW. Tyoawrltar* C1eAsN0PISIrT. 1 over $239. All .1.. ,,1. and neat ambitious.,
..*4 !,!. ....__ anal :Lpa.:PlvewrScO1lSr.yu1.o.:: '.Crlb* z.r-.J, -Iw colors 473.4521. tlnchg Vote). Oct. 17.IB. 10 a.m. Apply by mail.. Keystone
_'It. In ooo* 501,41010..71. MOST VON CLASS MOM*MINOSOIAMOMO V PAID .... Blactrlc baatar::J. .Vo Mr- a77.ON7 10 16 '0' p.m. Itpd 10/16 '
Heights Animal
Trivia draaaar with mirror rt.Nloftt 577 Car badK ttmp 5110 bad- ft>T. corner f Hospital
atand. tas. Two) 150.4.0. OOLO HINOS Si J *W !LPVUS .0,004555 7 Mn ..O a.I/n.es = LbM. VXtao. 571. = REFRICIRATORSWASHEMORYEMTV Rt. 2 Box 105. KH 32656Stchg .
wltffi cwMlon $W.Coffaatabffa.st
nalr _.
arm < *.Call 1731175. Norm Main SI .>/ --... 17.1551 515.374-010. .--B.dlChests'Dlning -- 10/1630

room furniture. All very home Close/ la school

reasonable. 4734321. Pint graders and older.
tlnchg 10 16 lYARD SALE Saturday. Oct., Phone 473.3395. 2lchg
Need information? LIVING ROOM CHAIRS TV Ill Severel f....11I... 10116-23
more stand china closet and Jlmred Trailer ,..... 1 ml.

maple chairs twin beds, N of Key....... SR 100. Itpd .
Interested in placing a classified? rocker and misc. 473.3139 10/16.

atieUiuQt1lt tipd 10 16 _

Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O [ USID lumber IUILDING aluminum MATERIAL-windows THESE FAMILY GARAGE Classified Ads

galvanlted tin. 3000 SALB-Saturday and Sun-
used brick. 1968 Renault day. Oct. 18 and I*. 9 a.m., Bring Results

1" 4 door. 4737017. 2tchgj /.SR-IOO and C.IS. Follow
J 10 16-23 ti. .''gn.. Itchg 10/16

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efficiencies and I'I, Oct. 18 train 9 AM to' PM VANl 1976 D-200 WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete wire, welded wire, barbwire sli*, available Including and appllonces. Porch

BR opti.. weakly or "'....., 1 at Thompson's Garage.301 72 CHIV Impale, loaded, ''long Wheel Base; A/T; spot. Williams Jewelry sharpening service. circular wood, chain link mantle pieces. 4"x4"x8'; rockars. BARGAIN
thly. NEW FURNISHED North. Tools clothes fair cond. $3OO.Strawberry A/C P/S: Brakes A V-8 100 11. Call St. 964-7064. hand corbld. fre* estimates. MANNING 1"x8"M8'; Sawdust also CENTER US 301. South
STUDIOS, monthly only.. bicycles dishes, stereos, Acres. Rt 1, Box I9G ,. Englna Good strong work 10/16 tfnchg.ALCOHOLICS. chain. mower blade hollow FENCE CO., 473-4822. available. Call Stephen 964."". TFchg
2313 N. Temple, Stark. lowrey. R H Castleberry. and Smith 468-2624. PLUMBING windows
misc. Itpd 10/16. von. $2893.00 BALDWIN ANONY. ground balanced Kyatone TFchg M. Hampton. FIXTURES
TFchg OARAOE SALEi Saturday, 10/9 3tpd 10/23 CHEW-OLDS. '6 .7500. MOUSl leave at Jackson Building CHAIN LINK ,INCImol.rlal. 8/7 tnchg. doors, pIpM plus
KITCHENITTISl One BR Oct. 18. 8:30: a.m. 4 p.m. 77 DATSUN 280Z 3 speed Itchg 10/16. Phone 964-5148 964-7619.. Supply In Stark, Keystone Do It yourselfand SHRIMP) Fresh River.Shrimpfor 10,000 other Items now at
apartments, pool TV. ACoutilities Furniture, clothes and AC AM/FM, of stereo 79 DODGE TRUCK D-100; 6 TFchg Heights or'Lake Butler. save. Installation your fr....'. Pleas, Bargain Center, US 301
$6300. Call Corramcflon
Included. Dept
furnished. Weekly Totally. housewares. SIB M. Water Mrs. Shuford. ,cyl; standard transmission REMODELING BUILDING TFchg available. Free estimates. call Dusty Chaney Green South, Startie. TFchg
monthly .
rate.. TEMPLE MOTEl St. Stark. Itchg to/16. 431-1213. 1091nchgSEMI.fRAIUR. $3193. 96 .7824. Itpd BEPAIRSt New kitchens, HandyMan Fence Co. Cove Springs, 284-9755. RlVItl PROPMTY on Santa

680 N. Tempi Ave.. PATIO SAlEt Saturday Oct.' 33 ft. with axle 10/16. baths family rooms. Brick, 964-8559. TFchg L. 8/14Inchg. Fe River % mile West of
Stark Phone 9647357. 18. 9AM III??Clolhlng: forrsms $5OO. Dune Buggy, CHEW TRUCKi 73 half-ton; block concrete. Fireplace HOMES WATSON'S HOUSE OF Ichatucknaa. Information
9/20 TFcbg. | ; boys/mnf misc. $330. Phone 782-3321 Itpd SWB; ladder rack; $1000 or. specialists.Griffis' Con VACUUMS Many brandsof 964-73SS (Stork.) /

MIMOSA MANOR MOIIll 'toys; electric train; bicycle; 10/16. best olfer. 964-6468 struction. Phone 473-2108 FOR SALE nw vacuums Used AUCTION 378-5607 (G'ville) /254tpd

HOMI PARK mobile hornet. household Items. Rd. 16W 1974 CHEW CHIVETTEl 2'' anytime. Itchg 10/16. or 473.2579..TFchg machines avail obi.. Parts Antiques, furniture, 10/16

and spaces for rnt. Phone to C-22 A and follow dr., 4 speed, 4 cyl eng. SURPLUS JEEPS Car and SEWING MACHINES MOBILE HOMESl Why pay and accessories.for all glassware, bedroom I ACRE tOT for sale.
463-2912. TFchg Igns. 9647722. Itchg Solid red. One owner.; truck available through REPAIREDl ''All makes more? Buy direct from the vacuum systems.: 404 NW suites, tools plus many Garage water, sewer and

OFFICE SPACI attractive 10/16. Road ready for you. government agency. Many cleaned, oiled and adjusted. factory large selection of (10th Av*.. Gainesville, more ltms. Auction every .1... 7 mi. NW of Stork on

mall. Separate building. GOING OUT BUSINESS In $2195.00. BALDWIN 3127421142.sell for under..$200.,. 705 Call for : 'IO.. Workguaranteed. 12'. 14' and double wldes. phone 3767110. TFchg Friday night. I mi. south of SR 239 Whispering Pines

Near town. Plenty of parkIng O-bulldlng at Waldo CHEW-OLDS 964-730O. Information on how to Strickland, James COMMUNITY MOBILE LIMEROCKl 20 yd. semi Slarke on 301. Estates, Lot 38. 10'9 4lchg
pur- corner
tpace. acquire 407 W. Farmers Flea Market. Sat. Itchq 10/16. chose. Rd. and 16. Morgan HOME SALES, US 301 loads only. ALLEN E. SoutheasternAuction 10/30

Jefferson St. 9/18 tnchg and Sun. All clothes marked BOATS BACKHOI Hwy a LOADER TFchg WORK North. Open 9 to dusk. I to TAYLOR, Lawtay. Phone Service CASH IECISTIR with ton

HOUSEKEEPING and .'..p- $1.00 and under.Winter HELP By hour or by |ob. Bradford 6 on Sunday. Phone 7923172. TFchg 944-8527 total In good condition.
Ing room TV and Air. coots, $2.00 to $4.00. All WANTED Septic Service. 964-8121. ',....87 1. 6/' TFN. 9/11tnchg Copier legal or I....,.
Underwood Motel 3 miles sizes ,In clothes and shoes. 16* TRI-HULL FIBERGLASS 10/2 tnchg9ADFORD SM.000Now WANTED BULLS Registered Angus 964-0502 next to

North of Stark on Hwy Itpd 10/16. Boat w/v80 hp Mercury SEPTIC TANK 2 BR. 2 BA, horn near and cross bred. James Talagroph.' I Itpd 10/16
301. 10/9 tnchg YARD SALIt Saturday Oct. motor and Gator Trailer. NURSE HOME needs full- SERVICEl Pump-outs. Keystone Hgts. within walk. Catkins, 9648356. 9/18 POOL TAILIl Six foot.
haul, furnish.. 18. 830: a.m. tilAII Call D.F. Reddish time LPN or RN nurse for Residential commercialand Ing distance of golf course. mobile homes If mortgageis tnchg Heavy slot' top. Good con
waterfront Items 964.7910.7/17 TFPD. 4-12 shift. Call 964-6220. Industrial. Fully licens JI823 down FIREWOOD next door to dition, S3SO complale. Call
ed, available from October must go. Clothing and 11.9% 3/4 paid or met.. OLIN'S
I IB FT. CLASTRON EOATl 223 10/9 tnchg ed. Phone 964-8121. Morgan Rd. Baptist 468-ISSI. 10/16
$300. mo. call ((305) mans and womns furniture TFchg 'finance If qualified. Builder MOBILE HOME SALES." Itchg
IMMEDIATE need for hard
231.0234. 10/9 2tchg 10/16 : topes and records hp V-hull. Vinyl top and MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS! Factory will pay closing cost or give ',....5606. Open 7 days Church. 10/9 3tchg 10/23 10/23.
IJX40 MOBILE HOMCl 2 BR, .tc. 1210 Bradford St. many deluxe accessories. working movers drivers and, trained mechanics. discount or cosh jack weekly. TFchg HAY SI9 a roll Arthur FUEL TANKSi 600 got: w/.-

2 BA, central heat with Saratoga Heights. Itpd Just Ilk* newt Call truckmen packers,who helpers want steady US-301 South. 964-6020. Courtney a Assoc., Inc. WANTED Mobile home axles Gasklns, 782-3140. 10/9 land J23O; I.OOOaojl. tank

AC. $150. mo. I lit and lost 10/16. Gainesville 3763619. TFN. |jobs with good Writ 3/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. Realtor 4737060. 10/9 tnch and tlr... Will pick up. tnchg S200. Call 964-MI..10/16
month security deposit. YARD SALEl Saturday Oct. 14 STUMPKNOCKEft with S SERVICESs 9 Camp Standing CHIN'S MOBILE HOME PHONE ANSWERING equip. 2rcha 10/23.
Terry, P.O. Box 3937. Station -
New River Area near 18: 7:30: a.m. fit??? Topper hp Evlnrude motor and tilt P, Jacksonville, Fl years experience In all Extra nice doublewlde horn SALES. ',....5606. Open 7 ment. $35.00 Call 964-6701. SINGER FUTUKAi On of

Breaker, call 473-4038 LWB, $17'; Yamaha traitor. $OO. Call 964-7722 32206 for appt. 10/9 2tchg phases Including IOMS andgov.nm.1 on large lot with big oaks, days a week. TFchg 10/16 tfnchg. Singer's bait. Does It all
after 6 weekday. or GT80. needs minor after 3 p.m. 10/16 21chg 10/16 forms mile 'from Strickland's Lan. CASH FOR COINSi Cold SPINET PIANO Cost $600. without attachment
485-1713.10/9 4tchg 10/30 repairs $173; 'full box spr 10/23. CLERICAL part or full time 473-7079 after S P.M. 7/3 ding. $2 .000 with terms. silver sterling dental No reasonable offer rfusd. Stretch stitches, blind
KITCHENETTE and CANOli Fiberglass, 13 ft. tfchg gold GF scrap jewelry, optical No Friday night or buttonholes
room ./malt'..., $250. opportunity from horn KEENS TREE SURGEONt Rldought Realtor hams designs
weekly/monthly rate*. TV. 8-drawer chest; solid wood Good condition. $145. Call working with mall. No *.-, Trimming removal. 14 Hawthorn 481-4004. 10/9 frames, etc. J.R. BullIngton Saturday calls. 964-7976. etc. Originallysold
AC, utllltlei Included. J... 468-1331. yrs. 964-6290 TFchg. 110/16 Jtchg 10/23. .
glider etegre shelves; 964-8331 or prlnc required. For In experience. Hav 55 ft. 2tchg 10/16 for tJ2 .00.Repotsossadi
LU Motel, Hwy. 301 S. 10/f desk 10/16 2tchg 10/23. formation send stamped MOBILE WANTED Used toots, both ANTIQUES Knee-hole desk; balance ,
; buffet; dresser/mir bucket. Free ..tlmol... HOMEi 12x69; A/C mechanics and pay
2tchg 10/16 ror; wrought Iron chaise RINKIN BOATs 13 ft., SO hp self-addressed envelope. Phone 7823733.29tnchg furnished: washer anddrylar 964-8331 carpenters.Phone Victorian choir Victorian duo SI44.1O cash or '
1 BR HOUSBi Unfurnishedcall Chrysler motor wtrailer.Excellent DYN-NAR Enterprise P.O. or wicker rocker Hepplewhlte -* of j'
lounge: mlsc Items. DIVORCE do it yourself ; utility $3.000. Con 4681551.11 tnchg assume payments
'''''.6841. 10/9 Itchg Box 36, New Brunswick chair barrel-
BEDROOM MOIIIEHOMEi Follow signs, 100 W. condition. $1700. $90. Call lake City tact Roger Noll. 431-1212. WANTED Mobil Ham Axles. : 11.00 par month. Oldarmachine
TWO Call 964-8131 or 468-1531. N.J. 08903. 10/9 6tchg 752-605. 10/2 back chair: walnut table. accepted aa
at Mobil Trailer ',...5610. Itchg 10/16. Inchg xt. 131. Itpd 10/16. Paying the best price port
Park Calnesvlll Phone 10/16 2lchg 10/33. 11/13 BOOKKEEPINO. business MOBILE HOMEi 3 BR on on* for good condition axles. % .5610. Itchg 10/16 poymant. White Sawing
AIR BOAT Motor like MANAGERs Captain D's counseling, and TV CONSOLE 25" SearsSllvertone. 3527 S.W. Archer
new. manage.ment. Centar
YARD acre; landscaped; 964,8331.9/11 tnchg
964-7184. 10/16 SALE and
tfchg. Friday
IBM APARTMENT Furnish- Saturday. Oct. 17 and 18. 9 W/trailer, all for $1750. hours Restaurant, hard, work Stark*rewarded Long Contact George, drive; privacy fence; utility GOLD SILVER A to ZPawnShop.I .. Have two good Road, Archer Square
condition. furniture.Ph.
Call 964-8331 or 468-2819. King 702-3949.10/2 house W. Call St. Nice Plata Gainesville. Fl.,
cond. 125 $12,900. 782-3928.
oil w/alr $ mo. AM fit dark. Two families. by good pay. 2 mos.
SEWING In ham forth 964-6408.
10/16 10/23. my 104Itchg Itpd 10/16
2tchg Stark 964-8348. Phone 376-4466. 10/16
Coll 964-6201 after 5 llchg 10/16.
p.m. Table w/chalrs: dryer; training in Jox. with gas entire family. Also CIRCULATING ZIEGLER
10/16. 4BR. :2BA HOMEi Den with tfnchg.
Itchg china hutch lawn mower allowance. Interviews at
; ; dance dresses &
I BR APARTMENTs Furnlshed. lamps ceramics OPPORTUNITIESMOBILE Chamber of Commerce square fireplace; screened porch, LADIES BIKEl Will buy or HEATERs with 100 gal. REPOSSESSEDl Microwave
; ; paper.backil shirts. Hildebrond ,
Utilities Included. Apply ; camera; tap Building. 202 S. Walnut St.. 964-8122.Betty Itpd 10/16. patio; chain link fence; trod 10-speed. 964-6813. kerosene tank A stand. oven large six*, 3 months

at Tackle Box, 341 N. recorder clothing: toys: FOOD UNITSl 3 Mon.. Oct. 20. 1.8 p.m. No DO YOU LIKE PARTIES carport: 10x20 work.hop.Vorl.ty Itpd 10/16. $125. Call 964-7790 after old like new. Full factory
Tempi Av*. Itpd 10/16. household and lots of trucks. Selling snow cones, Phone calls please. Itchg Name brand toys and gift of fruit and nut 5:30 p.m Itchg 10/16. warranty. Auum.paym.nlo .
:Z BR HOUSE Adults only no Nt 10/16. MISCELLANEOUS BUNK BEDS (2)) Complete. $18.00
other mis. Items 2 ml. on popcorn etc. 15000. items? I demonstrate toys trees; approx. 2 acres. par
pets: Apply at 405 N. Griffin Loop. just before part-tlm Great potential. COOKs Exprlncd or will- and gifts. Have a House of Cool and spacious. Convenient Nsw. never been used. month. White Sawing and

Church St. 10/16. tfnchg Grace Baptist Church. Look $2OOOO. 3784626. 4221 Ing to learn. Apply In person Lloyd party. Call m*, Pam to schools and shopping FREE PUPPIESt Two-mined $185.00 each. Call 964-3245 Appliance Center. 3527
TRAILER 'In Lawtey area; 2 NW 13th Place, at the Garden Gasklns, 782-3497. Itchg center. 964-9610. tchg after 5:30: p.m. Itchg S.W. Archer Rood. Archer
for to/ lafaradors. 7023065.10162tchg
BR; no children no p.'.. signs. Itchg Gainesville Fl 32605. Will Restaurant, 800 N. Tempi 10/16. 10/16. 10/16. square Plaza, Golnasvlllo
$150. first and lost month YARD SALE Friday and trade for real*stat*. ttchg Av*. 10116 2tchg 10/23. 10/23. OIL HEATERs Ziegler also Fl. Phone 376. 466.1016tfnchg ,
Plus deposit. 7823363. Saturday. Oct. 17 18. Fri. 10/16.. NOTICE'I one 100 gal. tank and rock .
Itpd 1016.'URNISHED. 8 AM til? Sat., 9 am fit 2 NATHAN SHANNON, as of
Office For Rent with 50 gal fuel all. Call "
2' COLOR TV Console
October 13. 1980. am notresponsible
APARTMENT pm. Go 16 East to NE 13th,
Nicely furnished 3 largerooms. St.. turn right tat house an DESCRIPTION I Iwesswill for any debts 9647917. Itpd 10/16. model under warranty.
November free NCR CASH REGISTER Two-
bath walk-In lft. Organ recliner trun- Atlantic Beach Townhou'se's- rent ample park. made by anyone other than $188.00 cash or take overpayments
drawer, cost$1800. Sell for
,closet. of Laura and mysslf. ttpd 1016.Advertise of $\\8.80 par
Quiet St.
ham.'n.qul.tn.91tbohood ittle-bed, sinks, -saddles.,1FoohrIWwoffyn'GE1 .Ing, corner Hwy.
Call 964-8331
fl $250.
-...,n f Nojolch,14drvn located.;>> .:juif 3/4" mile from' 'theocearl..The" or month. White Sawing and
< t
-,, ; _......".t.. "' : |g 6rnW, ;Waln'bird"Steve.'mltoqli I lively 2 bedroom;.).*/$'- _.100. Stark*. 473r2735: lo/L&39. Classified' Sectionene111103fleyiiiiii., In the 468-155.1.10/23. JQZ116_'Itoq S.W.Appliance Archer Centar Rood. ArcherSquare 3S27, .. ..

9648071. Itpd 10/16. sprinklers plants., clothes, bath homes feature -
fully equipped Plata, Galnasvlll,
MOBILE NOME 3 BR. 2 BA, other furniture and misc. .
24.60; CH/A; furnished items. Itpd 1016.CARACEVARO kitchens, washer/dryer connections ,",", Fl. Phone 376-4466. 10' 16
$265 mo.; unfurnished, f tfnchg
$200, plus deposit. Locatedon SALti 5 mi. patios and wall-to-wal! :iJ.. : HAWK MOTOR HOMEi 1969
S. 301 Sat.. Oct. 18 9am airlines are now hiring for the follow \ \ ''')
SR 241 In Union County- carpeting. II.! I Dodge 21 ft. P/S. A/T.:
Call 1-282-1826. 10/16 2lpd til?? Furniture clothes ing opportunities: ''''' Tj,. Roof A. C; Sleeps ilx. Fully
10/23. books tools, toys, DIRECTIONSGo C'I. -' self-contolnad. S6.000. Sa*

OFFICE November rent shotgun radio gifts, East on Atlantic Blvd. to Royal FLIGHT ATTENDANTS at 212 Radgrava. Phone
free. household items of all
Ample parking. Corner
964-6931 964-8788.
of Laura St. a Hwy. 100 kinds too much to list .' Palm Dr. Turn left and go 1 block to RAMP & BAGGAGE PERSONNEL NOW AVAILABLE 10' 16. or Itpd

Stark 473-2739. 10/16 com see. Itchg 10/16. townhouses. TICKET AGENTSRESERVATIONS LIMITED
3tchg 10/30.
TERMS AGENTS Rugged One Inch
me $1500 Down Day of sale; Up to 95% CLERICAL POSITIONS
Finally th.*. U on antwvr to lh. tkyrocli tlng colt ot .!". built
Classified I financing available; interest rates CUSTOMER SERVICE homes. The Sanchmoflt manufactured energy ham d.volooo4Irom
';: our 34 roars Mpohonea In fontrolltvd production, building' ,
from 10'/ % based on buyer's FOOD SERVICE *cauo out hem** rang from S30 000 ta S6O.000 those
Ads .*''' .....hipt arc going ,last
qualifications. Individuals interested in applying with DEADBOLT LOCKS

For full Information A FREE brochure con- these airlines companies must be career Bui |just as Important, ot our attractive price (I our unsurpassed
Get Results quality. ,That why these homes are approvod by FMA FNMA1SCC
tad: oriented have a public relations personality HUD ......IIon.ll.ndo'* and by individual train 'loclory One $26.50
line" Inc. Realtor hauling. low Hole or*tomaot Ihofeolgrotyau II tind in our toloMyanargy
Hlggenbotham Realty. be willing to travel required and be in good Uicivrtl built altywhorc, lino ol BcuKhmark Hoinot 94plotter : Two $50.00

-------. Martin I. Hlgganbothom CAI Auctioneer health. For further Information on how to immediately Mall daubl, floor M JO coiling'' ,tntulahon 19 wall *.>

.l CLASSIFIED AD PERSONAL 1702 Idgawood Dr.. Lakeland Fl 33803 ((113)) .,..-'094 apply directly with these major tulonan'. 0 Factory I arco crawl 1orio inllallondcomplotoollhoMiotontir,:and Iho ttronaett 2','cars,warranty:*in Widotolcclion :IhoInduitty Don Hill Security

Dealtllwyljlor! Insertion SERVICES airlines companies, write to: of .rnorlol imiude lanch L lanch bi,,lovol, In, ,lovol two Systems
lions and duplo Hoot plank built onywhor.
Tuesday -nen ,
obefore "C GH: :
b public ( : ; Travelex, Inc. to qualify you must bo financially able to inttoll a Modal Morn,
.e Han*, 56 Cantor or tpoc, house In your Oreo Solid training' and expert
t Minimum' charge U.JO. [ ci' :,2'$ i i'O" 'm : ATTEN: guirtonca ate continuously provided I

>l (Covers 15 Words). I W RECOVERY \, ,, ,, ,'. CI '"' .
Airlines Application Information This on eliciting' and highly profitable business !
Each word over IS Fqld IS ROOM .. .. opportunityFor
Full Information and Brochure
IstOcents 2% miles IN. of 3865 South Wasatch Blvd. Suite 101 I
The Recovery Room of Ilwy. Patrol Station
Not responsible for errorswhen 1
lake City local Olst. Salt Lake, City, Utah 84109Please Phone Write,
given ever the phoneor
when copy Is not typed Archie Tanner Funeral on u.s. 301 904.578.3155 642 Mabry StraalTallahaasa ,

brought t* the office.' Horn Jim Thomas.or *. Florida
land 964-5757 Stork.. Fl. briefly your background .
_____. 3 BR, 2 Bath House on 1 Acre, what airlines positions( ) you are interested in 'Ron Duel! 323O4

applying for and 'enclose a stamped, self-

ussiiiuuble iiiortguge, $26OOO addressed envelope sa that you may receive
ut 9Y: ,% ce 20% down, owner further information as to what steps' to take IP04 BIRCH'S 984-5534 Well .

Buyingand so that possible interviews might be arranged IPM PEST CONTROL SERVICES

fiantice.at 12% ,for 15 )'eon. by these airlines. All major airlines com 1 .a The MasterKllltra ..: 1 1MOBILE Drilling ..

,---.-.,-..-..-... panies drip EQUAL OPPORTUNITY .v.oac"( .0pn.lllv.a.rm.nRoachconlroIOC.t. ,.04 .JLV. rWV"ru<"" 8 i' :' '"

? EMPLOYERS./ ...\. Spacial, Sanior ritiMn R.tai? Y E Sit! '011411 Fast Rotary

Selling 6-1 Acre lots 25%

i fin mice buhiiiceut 12% '" .....$.T..TE.fUCENSEOiiiPumps I .

Convenient buying and for 5 yen rs. ..
e*** seaaaaie Classi fid Ads
selling is as close as I ---.-.--- .' "', gets results DOZER WORK New a Used

| your; telephone. If ','".

you' are, buying, check '29 Model A Ford,completely t.t' r Septic Tank Installations SalesPartsSarvicePlumfajng

the classifieds in the t'I ...........:E-Z. .Terms!! !!...........
restored. ........... ...I..........
of home. You don't haveto CRRDIN Ones.
comfort your -" ----- -' :: FnergyIlreallithrouglit: : : !

buy precious gas and waste money 17 ft.,Gluslrou Bout with' motor., | : New Installation
all town! Check every 964-6750
running over : 'Our company needs 4.
----- ----
thing from antiques to real estate'and ;: part-lime people to help*. Steve Cardin: Owner I ..As Remodeling.........._......Repairs.._.. _...

,after a few phone calls. you have narrowed Sun fish Suil Bout ; demonstrate new::: .
the: field down to two or three" .._._.. .. .- I energy saving product HOME r .o ."
i: : .
and ;
When' ''selling this low' Barely equipment.: -lake Genova.1INrtX4:16f1IAIs- Riifii rjlvSERVICES. INSURANCEHOMEowNERS PUM 0":,
possibilities. Furniture Appliances ;: Also we huve.ttponinK ; _.,,

cost classified: ad is delivered to over ;: for 2 people in part-time:: ) :\ ).. & I
That same Antiques, Took i management. Earn Kvtttrivlcd foe 1850 1Iq. : : POLICIESAT
30,000 potential buyers. I: from $400 to. $ .IJOU per (t. minimum building SUPPLYCOMPANY ,

day they will be at your doorstep. Too many items to list. ;: month part-time ('a"be:;: site In Bradford County. 4 73-4340 REASONABLE RATES j

;, done after normal l WorkIng : CLvnew Oil.' ., :-

Union County 49&,-2261 1 is hours" : "Marriedj:: S IMPSOHCO \ 73-4252' < 'oi7; Mobile iTeST-NT 1

< preferred. Must be* bon.:; Repairs Of'Major', Home Sales

K*>yston 473- 12110 dable4 Call ,912-283-9131 : Electric'Appliances REf QUOTES ( emple Ave.

"collects 9 a.m. : : ,
Starlet 964-6303 S:30j Jax-356-6441142411lotai Bsrving Bredford, Clay Phone ; -hj _Starke Fla_
p.m.. ask for? :\1,. j "'
O'vllla J77-W*114 I Counties .
Dubose, ,, hrj. Elaine/ M. Ollrr 't1g. 9647061LI :: .:
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I Ir r Forest toil filters our water and trees of the forest r.lin large amounts of water Into
. the atmosphere through their foliage. .

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I The ladies at the Office Shop got around to their 1 II .! i::; .,".. ',Y

i spring cleaning in the fall. I ::t1'., '

i I i They remodeling have been& busy rebuilding.painting, II III 1 1! i S y r

i The Art of Needlework

1 Clowns trees, pictures, chair co,.era afghans, and..\t'n :Marlt Barry had. mule from Pulnlkii.Jjckuiiille. .Ih"nlllt': I
Thanks to'them and Mr. & Mrs. dresses for the tiny woman with the right figure were all Pt'IIIIt"arlll.*. Kurlvlon. and Lake (11" In
I 1 1I 1I I part of the needlework show at The :Magic Needle. the show as "t'lIln those from the local area

I \ A. J. Thomas of Lake Butler, I Sylvia Thomas is Sweepstakes Winner I

I we are going to have a I In 6th Annual Needlework Show

FANTASTIC Thousands of hours of enjoyablework Sweepstakes winner each year at Needlepoint' Special :Merit' :
I went into the entries in the sixth The Magic: Needle is determined by a Kathryn :Mosely: Law ley Trjine';
annual needlework show sponsoredby vote of all the \ieuers. Special :Merit' : Annie Jennings
I new Sales Room. The Magic Needle.Sweepstakes Towns represented In the Gainesville B.irgello.Needlepoint .
I winner this year Is needlework show Included Palatka. BrKlnnrr Cl.i*.
Sylvia Thomas who spent some 100 Lake City. Jacksonville Gainesville. Sampler First place Carol. B"ldwin.
I COME SEE hours making a counted thread even Earlton. Penney Farms Lake Butler Starke. Second place Ann D. BII..k.
I weave cross stitched lap throw The Keystone! Heights as well as from Gainesville: Third place. Ethel
scenes of old sights such as barns Bradford County Fuller Starke: Third place Jo Rice,
done coded In There were not as many projects Keystone Heights
are by using a pattern
I We Will Be Closed I II which different symbols are entered this year :Mrs Barry says, .Knitting: First place Thelm.t
I represented by X's and 0'., or other but everybody generally agreed the Townsend. Gaines 'i1Ie: Second place
letters. quality is improved over previous Lorraine Stanley. Keystone Heights.
AndMOreAtThe I II Mrs. Thomas likes old things and >'ears. Crocheting: Special AwardBoltv'
Friday & Saturday I the lap throw will fit perfectly into her Nettles, Lake. Butler girl's. diesu.fgh .
I home she says Prizes awarded were: \ "n : First place I.ollisl'Hard..n. .
OfficeShop "Marty is a good teacher" says Needlepoint pillows: First place Slarke: Second place Leah.
:Mathews Palatka.: Third place:
Mrs Thomas who started :Marty Fried Gainesville-Kitten
i For Remodeling. needlework a year and a half ago and done in wool and angora; Second Hazel Dickson ,
1I10W I Bell Pulls: First placealoie
has already progressed to the complicated place Bunch Powers Gainesville.: ,
level of needlework. !Marty Is Third place-Dorothy Adkins. Hodge Jacksonville Second placeSylvia
Call f/ Marty Barry who owns the Magic Gainesville. Thomas Providence, Special
1 Needle Bargello Pillow: First place Beth Award: Ruth Davis Gainesvillelatin ,
: Open For Business I Mrs. Thomas finds time to do her Stith. Ft :McCoy Second place- Bet look: First place Maxine..
i sus.I needlework late at night after work- ty Kerr. Palatka Gibson, Staike; Second place :Mr'
00"' '" ing all day in New Method Cleaners in Painted Canvases Needlepoint: C.F. Westmoreland. Keystone
Starke with her husband H,L, First place Cheryl I Godwin.Slarke Heights, Third pJ.ce'r: : Russ Uat-
i Monday As Usual. Thomas. They live in Providence trio of clowns: Second place Dorothy son. Hampton. ,
L I Sp'd,11.rd J lIu'n II Division:
J commuting every day to Starke Adkins. Gainesville sampler: ,..
-eS-f-----0/--- Third place Geri Johns Starke Jerry Terrell. Earllon.
vertical stitch-sandpipers Trays: First place-Bunch Pinters.Gainesville.
: Second place Sylvia
Needlepointoriginals: First place
Jane Goodwin. Gainesville silk Thomas Pro'ldenceo1I..lhllll'OUIl _
fan.. Second place Kathy Earth. :\ Item: First place u
Violet Hammii. Gainesville Needle.QtIns -
Gainesville Third Bunch
; place ..
purse: Second place SandraMcLcod.
Powers Gainesville M..rit'alole
; :
Check these Super Buys Hodge Jacksonville Petite point. : Keystone Heights' Km-:
Needlepoint Centers worked: First broidered blue jeans: Special Xw.udLiiurie :
A GOOD USED place Mae Miller. Starke: Second :Mullins. Staike Counted
place Thelma Dinkins. Slarke. thread Christmas ornaments' : Jonc.vH.iwchffe. .'
Hampton: Beth Rogue.
only atTepwillecjas; Penney Farms
(:'uunted'rhreul KnittKildviv.I'lrliiri1: .

First place Lucile Pane* Slaiko.. ;
WAY Second place ij> l'I,,:,')I (.iotluin.Staike. .
Motors hud 1 plate :Mail! Kadloid.'
; Gainesville: Third place Jency
TO KEEP Haweliffe, Hampton: Special: fame
H :, i rv Starke.l'ii">\\*
TRANSPORTATIONI y + 1 ts First place Sylvia 'Ihomas. .I'mvidcnce. -
1978 Ford Thunderbird 1980 Ford Thunderbird Sanders; Gainesville Second plate Cat'no
Crewel Pkiuri: First place -Jam*
-Black w Tan Vinyl Roof 34,000 Town Landau Powel. Keystone lloighls.; Second
place Becky Junes Sl.uke.; 'l'hll..1ph.e
LOW Mile One Owner Car Wire Wheel Black w/Black Vinyl Roof, Fried Gi: 'iff IK. Sl.ii'ke. '
minted 'l'hr.'ud11(11.111": Fustplace
---- ,- -- Covers Interior Decor Group w/ Providence
:::::. 10,200 Miles Absolutely Sylvia 'lliomas. :
'I.., Second place- Kvilvnalion.. I lampion -
f Split Seats Instumentation Package Loaded Full Power w/ .
Special. : Pair Needlepoint ChaiiHK.
AM/FM 8 Track Stereo Sport 302 V-8 Engine & Overdrive :Mosely
t'lirlstmiiH Stocking: Firs! place -
a1x Steering Wheel Air Tinted Glass Transmission 18 M.P.G. Jane tiiMHlwin, Hlinl.illl'.tlnt; ; !
place ('lll'r1. I Codvv III, ht.u'ki>,
Economical V-8 Engine City & 25 M.P.G. Highway

$.! 1981 Price '13.200

1980 List'112.200 ,..

1980 Ford Courier 59795 J
N o'l'l
-2300 C.C. Speed AM/FM

Stereo 7 Ft Box Step Bumper
1979 Ford Sweepstakes !
Miles Owner
t -2300 C.C. Automatic Trans. | Sy h III Thomas ul "Pro Uli-iu used).
Bed Liner Tonneau Cover u crass stitch. and coded: |plans In
Air Conditioning Tinted make this! olil. f.ishimicil 'lap ihritw
\ which MINI the sweepstakes| prist, he
fl' 5295 Glass. Step Bumper topiiwurd. In needlework slum III'limelagic
) Needle

24,000 Miles $5295|

? 1980 Ford Fiesta

Brand New!! Air Tinted Glass 1980 Pinto Pony

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AM Radio. Vinyl Insert Bodyside -Brand NewWire!! Wheel -

Molding Tape Stripes 4-Speed Covers Mini Console. 2300 1 ,' lI

Includes Tax Tag Title!! C,C.,. 4SpeedIncludes.

We Have Several Escorts 5750 Tax--Tag-,-Title''! "

In Stock For Immediate Delivery At LessThan Full Retail!! 4274 INSTALL BLOWN HIGH (R FACTOR CELLULOSE

Also Blow Insulation' Exterior Walls.Ol
Existing Frame Houses


10' w lfOJ3T. $TAREE,fOAA! 964-7200. DEAN, CASSELS traase INSULATION' .