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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Turning their backs on the national Senate seat during the mid-morning )
trend Bradford Countians, with a hours Wednesday, Nov. S.
record 82 percent of eligible voters going County returns:
I to the polls Tuesday,Nov. 4.voted
Democratic\ in the general election. Quitter 3.'"i '

U.S. Senate candidate Bill Gunter, Hawkins 2,030

District 2 U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua,
Unofficial statewide vote totals i
District 6 state senate candidate ""'.
George Kirkpatrick, and District 25 3,603 of 3,597 precincts reporting II
state Rep. Frank Williams all carried gave Mrs.\ Hawkins a slight lead:

Bradford County by wide margins. Gunter
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Six state Supreme Court justices'.and Hawkins 7J', "
five District Court of Appeals

judges received' solid backing in the Mrs. Hawkins will replace Incumbent
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county.- Sen. Richard (Dick) Stone.
''Three of the five Constitutional D-Miami, who lost to Gunter in the
amendments were passed by local J
Democratic second primary election.
Out of Control... voters. Statewide only the proposalto. l :

Firemen couldn't get to the source abolish Constitutional revision U.S. CongressRep.
of the fire at Skeeter's Big Biscuit 1 commissions" was turned down by Don Fuqua D-Altha was re-
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restaurant and Back Door Lounge.The voters.;; elected to tenth
a two-year term in the
Local and results follow
state
Mate got a good start. then there : jl' U.S. House of Representatives in an "
wasn't enough water to put it out. /Statehouse r' : easy win over Republican challenger
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,I '. John LaCapra. a Tallahassee at- 1
District 2. ,. i torney and businessman. Local vote:
Rep.. Frank Williams, D-Crystal ,: I
mt Lake, carried Bradford County by A Fuqua .,3"|
wide margirtand was re-elected to ... '." .. : LaCapra 1,1. I.
fifth two-year term to the Florida ; ,

House.'of. Representatives, turning Returns, unofficial and incomplete.from .
.back; the challenge! M Orange Park Inurcmi ;' the 23-counties of District 2
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LaCapra. 25,721 :
William 4,402 I
Cotton 1.14' State SenateDistrict

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9 Williams also carried Clay County Kirkpatrick Gainesville w
'and the northern half of StJohns
3 building contractor carried Bradford
County, which comprise District 2, by
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wide County by a margin was
mn margins. elected to service the remainder of
Unofficial District 2 returns were
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the District 6 Florida Senate term of
former Sen. Buddy Mackay.
Williams 1I.04S Her Choice...
? Cotton 11,242 With returns from 15 of the 16 coun- l.
'ly At 91. Mrs. Berth Pearce still gets ties of Senate. District 6 reported.isee .
Williams Is vice-president of to the polls on election day Born and I

Florida Title and Mortgage Company raised in Hampton this voter has lived ( Democrats.... PUJJ.\: )'
A of Jacksonville with an office in In Bradford County all her life. I
Orange Park.
"I am delighted that the election
turned out this way and appreciatethe
confidence people have givenme
Carter Wins HereBy
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Wednesday morning.
"I will continue to do better job
for the district. .
"The vote Indicates people are
Narrow
pleased with the way I am represen- Margin
ting them.
"I congratulate my opponent

Frank Cotton, for getting involved In Bradford County remained in the 3,340; Reagan, 2,771. Clark polled 37
the process and extend my hand to votes and Anderson
camp of President Carter by a narrow 89.

ire Destroys Restaurant him input and from would Mr. Cotton appreciate at any receiving time, tion margin as the in nation's Tuesday's mood General for changein Elec- Nationally, Reagan racked up a

Lounger Williams said. domestic and foreign policy gave tidal wave of 474 electoral votes to
Carter's S3 by noon Wednesday. The ,
Ronald Reagan a landslide victory in
)u U.S. Senate popular vote was not so lopsided with
electoral and
Fire raced through Skeeter's Big Biscuit and the Back the area of the Back Door Lounge in the vicinity of the Florida Insurance Commissioner margin in votes the popular vote a 10 for percent Presi- Reagan getting 51% to Carter's 42%.
poor Lounge on US-301 just south of the Starke city limits game machines and pool tables in the northeast corner of Bill Gunter carried Bradford County dent. The West was solid for Reagan but
In the early morning hours Monday Nov. 3, completely the building. by a wide margin but his opponent. Carter lost his former bulwark the
'demolishing the concrete block and frame building. Deputy Sheriff John Dempsey told the' Telegraph' that Mrs. Paula Hawkins, former Florida The count In Bradford, including South,' carrying only the state of
/KS;: Ten fire trucks answered the call, but were unable to officials ruled out that the fire started In the kitchen of. Public Service Commission member, absentees, gave the Democratic Georgia. Florida, a target state for
stop the blaze. No one was Injured; the restaurant and Skeeter's Big Biscuit House. was .declared winner of the U.S. nominee a 569! vote margin: Carter, GOP forces, went for Reagan.
.-lounge had closed at 11 p.m. Sunday. Chief Green. In charge of fighting the fire because it was Carter carried ten Bradford
'-"- Firemen were unable to get to the seat of the fire In outside Starke city limits, requested and received precincts to five for Reagan. The
.time, said Chief Harry Green of the Bradford County assistance from the City of Starke, City of Lawtey VFD, .T __ county's two predominantly black
Volunteer Fire Department. By the time they got Into the Lawtey Correctional Institute FD, Brooker VFD, and precincts scored heavily for Carter.
building to where the fire was, the blaze was too big to stop Kingsley Lake VFD. giving the President 267 to M in
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'with the water on hand. Had firemen been able to get to the seat of the fire it Precinct 2 (East Lawtey), and 333 to
Ten trucks answered the call', and kept running back to could have been put out with minor damage, Chief Green' ,.. j' 66 in No. 7 (Northeast Starke).
:town to refill their water tanks. Not enough hoses were inaeration said. ? ,. By precincts, Reagan scored
at one time to extinguish the racing fire. A S.OOO gallon tanker the county VFD owns could not be heaviest in No. 10! (Theressa) where
.Firemen would wet one area, the fire would gain in others. use because it has starter problems and'it is difficult to get Eli"Z4 more than half of the voters have
3+; Hottest part of the fire was in the kitchen area around parts for the old truck. 1 Keystone Heights and Melrose mailing -
'ft]IS a.m., in the rear of the building. The fire worked its Anytime the county VFD Is called to a fire outside the ci- :. : addresses, including many retired s
:way west toward the front dining room, then south to the ty limits the men face the problem of not enough water. residents of the lakes region residing
( unge. Not enough water is a built-in situation, Green says but he In Bradford County. Reagan scored i
JtS: First reported to Starke police about 1:50: a.m. Monday doesn't consider it a major problem..Not another wide margin In No: 6
l try a motorist who smelted smoke when he passed by enough water was a problem for the first 15 or 20 (Bayless Highway) with 134 votes to
r-Skeeter's, It was some 17 minutes later when Chief Green minutes In the fire at Skeeter's, Green said, but he didn't Carter's 98.Reagan .
TJot to the fire In his pickup truck and nine minutes later consider it a major obstacle in fighting the fire. carried five Bradford
r t lty of Starke firemen arrived with the first fire fighting The restaurant and lounge building was sold Sept. 27 to precincts. Carter 9 and one precinct
( ulpment. Ernest Allen by Ronnie Newman.. Allen said he has in- 8, voting at the old armory was lied
'.1 No Indications point to anything but an accidental fire. surance coverage to cover part of the loss. He was In the with 157 for each candidate.
:Fire Marshal Edgar Aid of Jacksonville, who investigated process of adding a drive-in liquor store which was to have Absentee' ballots are counted as a

:;;Jbe same day of the fire said he believes the fire started. In opened this past week. lot and are.,not apportioned to
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The new Republican presidentelectwill

II | KH Area Woman Beaten Robbed be the nation's 40th mart to reach

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?sA Melrose man has been arrested in Indiana and charg-. Department and Deputies John Dempsey and Don Denton Inside
;rfd with the beating'and robbery of Mrs. Kathy Perryman were dispatched to the Perryman home. 4.._i ,
the Santa Fe Lake area last Thursday, Oct.30. ." Mrs. Perryman told the deputies her assailant forced .
1'E" Mrl. Perryman reported she was beaten around the his way into her home. She was transported to Shands Two Sections .
?; !ce and head with fists choked, left unconscious and rob- Teaching Hospital in Gainesville by Rescue 73 from ,,0 x 'secTioN Aii, ", ",; '
bed of an undetermined amount of cash 'tween 8 and Keystone Heights and was listed in good condition Mon- >Naws..i. Faces 1 A-JA.UA14A }
930: a.m. by a man who broke into her home on SR-21B in day. Edltorl.f. .. ... .. ...Fag 4A'
tale Santa Fe Lake area In Bradford County. Pearson Is a Deputies Denton and Dempsey obtained warrant for ',Society:,.-..Ii::... ,Pates IA"''
*:jarmer employee of Mrs. Pearson's husband John. Pearson from Bradford County Judge Elite S. Sanders i, Fact" .A.:
..:::James Pearson whose address was Route 3, Melrose who set bond at SS2.SOO. A nationwide alert was then put I Spor1..-.:, .. ..*. .. iPages 7A.'"
t>#!ai arrested Monday. Nov. 3, in Green County Indiana .out for Pearson's arrest. Ltgals Real .... ,....Page. U* <. ,
:land charged with beating and robbing Mrs. Perryman. Pearson refused to waive extr.dltion'.q Florida Halloween Scenes.. .'. .. .Pate I1A
rfhe arrest came after the Bradford Sheriff's Dept, put out authorities will have to take legal steps to have him ex- Rodin on... SECTION tit.rlMt. ,

*.:": r.natlon-wlde alert for Pearson's arrest. tradited back to Bradford ,County tostand trial on the rolls VS-loi ,. ..:;. ..- ...<. .IEa411Classitleds.
Jr. Pee Wee Coach George 8>el.y up : Friday'afternoon'In a Co- .
"Mrs. Perryman, trying to report the incident to the 'charge here. .. ,.. Page 4*.7.
:heriffs department called ,Kart as part of the Pop Warner Homecoming Farad See more Pop Warner w
a wrong number, The person The Ferryman's CW""nd! operateTne'Tait/: Place In) obituaries. .Fag ].
!Who received the call then notified the Bradford Sheriffs Keystone Heights homecoming photo and story on Page MA.


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Outgoing' Bradford County Commissioner ding to Clerk Gib Brown, an Increase I
H- from the 19,100 figure first set.Brown II
man Dave Shuford were honored said the Census Bureau reports there. I
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Monday, Nov. 3, for their service to. are 7,236 households in the county."I .
the county. think they're still light, aren't 1I
Mrs. Paulk' Is retiring from the they?" asked Chairman Shuford. I
board after five She
serving
years. County officials generally agree on
waR named 10 then elected to the poet a county, population between 23,000
01 her late husband Dave Paulk. and 23,000.
Homer Hart has been elected to Mrs.

Paulk's Group 5 seat, winning by 24' ,In the public defender's office new
votes over former Starke commissioner instruction on how to use the pftc.res/
Wilbur Waters. they have, not new or a different
Chairman Shuford, dean of the current system, L.M. Misses told the
board with It years experience, commission Monday. p r
was defeated for his Group 1 seat by p county"Its something new, they're
newcomer Lawrence Mosley. ey. '
resisting change Gaines said,
Mrs. Paulk was termed "a real reiterating a statement he made
asset to this board" by Commissioner when Public Defender Alan Parlia- ,
Maxie Carter, Jr., who presented the piano first asked for improvement. in rs.i .
plaque to the retiring commissioner. the system.Parliapiano.
"It will always be one of the said it Is Impossible to
outstanding memories of my life" tell if someone Is on a phone when a
Mrs. Paul said of her years on the new call comes in. There is a way, i
county commission. "I hope it won'tbe : Gaines says, and told the commission
In vain "because I won't pass this he will ask for a representative from
way again, she added. First Communications to visit the
Mrs. Paulk served on Agriculture county to give some instnitlons on
Committee of the State Association of how to use the phone to employees In
County Commissioners.' Commissioner
the public defender's office.
Carter noted Mrs. Paulk attended

many state functions other Commission Chairman lave Shuford right receives-plaque from Commissioner E.W. Hodges has been appointedby i
commissioners were unable to attend,
and was the Bradford board's E.W. Hodges In recognition of 16 years service to Ihe county. Shuford, Gop. Bob Graham to the Suwannee

representative on the state level at dean of the board, was defeated by Lawrence Mosley.A Management River Resource Committee Planning the task and of

many functions. which is to prove a comprehensive
In presenting a plaque to Chairman
Shuford Commissioner E.W. Hodges meeting to explain the report to No objection to an oil searching focus on the adoption and implemen-
talon of state and local land use
said he was helped by the advice of the public is set next Thursday, Nov. operation being conducted for Exxon management tools for the Suwannee Commissioner Hazel Paulk holds her plaque of appreciation for five years
Shuford when he was elected to the 13, at IS p.m. In the Bradford school Corp. by Western Geophysical was River. First meeting of the committee service on the county commission. Mrs. Paulk flanked by her two daughters,
commission. Hodges said Shufordwas board meeting room, McGriff said. given raised for by the CR-229 board.and Permission CR-16 to was be is set for 10 a.m.Dec. Sat the Lake Mrs. Faye Andrews (Ueltl) and Mrs. Sylvia Reddish. Mrs. Paulk did not run for
always willing to help. Hodges re-election.
studied. involved. City Holiday Inn.
No Sound
added, however, be did not always McGriff explained that Bradford Is drilling
waves are used.The unit Is working In
agree with Shuford. In a 6-county cachment area head-
"It has been a pleasure to serve quarted In Lake City.District HQ is in Columbia County now, said Mrs.
these 16 years," the chairman said in Gainesville. The Bradford-Union Paulk. .
receiving the plaque. "All good things Guidance Clinic is a subcontractor to Bradford is given a population of I
must come io an end../' Shuford the district mental health board 20,047 by the U.S. Census Bureau Homecoming Preparations Underway
noted. McGriff said. after a re-study of the county, accor-
"I'm still a Bradford Countian
though, and anytime I can be of ser
vice to the board..." Shuford added.At Bradford High's Homecoming Grounds and watch or help out. We day. Nov. 13skit scripts should be
its Dec. 2 meeting the county festivities will be held the week of sure would appreciate it." handed In to Mr. Thomas for editing;
commissioner will seat new commissioners November 17-21, climaxing with the Also alumni are Invited to enter Monday Nov. 17all music should be
Hart and Mosley and First Pecan Auction Set HereRain Homecoming game and crowning of cars representing their class in the turned into Mr. Jack Whalen by 8:30:
reorganize. Commissioner Hodges is the Queen Friday night, Nov. 21, at Homecoming Parade set for Friday a.m. with tape recording of all skits
be Bradford Field.In afternoon Nov.21. Interested persons behing held Monday night at .the
expected to the new chairman.In and the little bit of wind ex- too, he adds.
the last of the season Fer- should Library.
game contact Greg Alvarez or Mr.
In the week be much better
perienced past or so caused There should a crop
nandlna Beach's Pirates will providethe Thomas at the school. And All and who wish to
high persons groups
other action: a lot of pecans: to fall here, so the of nuts than last year when pecans
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Homecoming opposition."It's former float in the should
BHS enter parade
Homecoming Queens a
first auction Is set at 1 and expensive. At first
were scarce
An annual on the District 2 pecan p.m. probably the best approach to who contact Mr. Thomas beforehandwill register at the high school by Monday
report next Thursday, Nov. 13, at the this season was expected to be a banner "
Mental Health Board to which the Farmer's Market on US-301 north in one,Allen says until the scab and Homecoming we've ever had, BHS be recognized on game night. Nov. 17, with entry fee set at $3
county contributes $49,000 per year Starke. drought took their toll. Vice-Principal Charlie Thomas said Tuesday the seniors voted to pare a per vehicle. Prizes for the top 3
was presented and explained by thecounty's Auctions are set each Thursday, Pecans must be weighed In between of the preparation for the big day. "Of huge field of Queen candidates downto vehicles will be $5 S3, and $2 with
that course we've had a lot of time with the five finalists while the rest of Float competition winners being
representative on
with the exception of ThanksgivingDay 8 a.m. and noon on the day of the sale.
board, BUS science instructor Jerry Nov. 27, as long as the quantityand The sale will begin at 1 p.m.A Homecoming being the last game. It the student body also voted by class to awarded $25, $15, and $10.
should be the best and the best
McGriff. parade pick 2 Princesses for each gradelevel.
quality of nuts hold out, accor- market fee of one-cent per poundto
ding to Market Manager Bob Allen. both grower and buyer will be Tornado Whirl ever. We're going "to Plans are for the 5 finalists and United Pentecostal Church.
have non-stop action at that Whirl. the Princesses to be presented to the 204 N. Water St.
This area won't have the volume or charged. Buyers must be licensed by
quality of pecans expected when the the Florida Department of Both Thomas and Student Council student body at a Pep Rally Friday, Pastor Rev.O.L. Wells
nuts first set, Allen. A lot dropped Agriculture or cash. Homecoming Chairman Bobby Epps Nov. 7. The students then go DacK to Phone 9W-7I20
says pay
mite-mOWn( in.Homecoming this year. the whole student body voting for the
the dry weather hampered the filing the Monday following the sale. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Evangelistic
Float will be held Men-
out of much of the fruit. Pecans should be brought to the preparation Homecoming Queen. BHS PrincipalJim Service Sunday 7:30:
p.m.
\ day, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternopnsduring and !1,1!
I Allen expects great variation in the market In good serviceable bags. Do and.2rca Duncan will count; the votes Bible Study Wednesday: :7:30 p.m. !r.
I fl'I I quality of pec'lIS.t the first auction. ., not .necajisr.in?. plastic or.fapet.JkagBTaUleaTasksT :r pA' HomecomlnNeek'like only he will know the results. Obey Acts: Z-SlTtt-1 "' tl
h. Other dates of importance in the
'IIII Trees that had DtIah.moisture.will .. 'da, ....il otte 'Fair
have the best nuts, he says. Growers should. have all of the '\ '. last days of preparation are: Thurs- I
Demand for pecans should be pret- same varelty separated and together .
ty good Allen says. Indications are so market personnel can weight all of
prices should start__out pretty good, the same variety at the same time.



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HANDTRUCKIOSTOil School Lunch Menus BOARDS i i.a..aw >

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Delivery School Truck Spaghetti, ::; V1 <' "" i \ ..
Please Return Southside Starke, Lawtey. Friday. Nov. 14: / at ;, .
Phone'...-.7.0 Hampton Brooker Elemen- sauce, tossed salad, French bread.. 4. "y, r .

For PickupTHURSDAY. tary and Bradford Middle apple crisp, and imUr-1"i9too rtoni 11 The Bradford County Tax Adjustment Board held a meeting on Tuosday.Qcr(; :

NOVEMBER Schools: AL-A.CARTE tober 16,1980, at 9:30: a.m. with the present Board Members: County r
Monday Nov.10: Hamburger on bun Monday.Nov. 10 Hamburgers, pizza- Gomrpi /
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sioners .
Hazel Paulk '
Maxie :
CHAMBER Of COMMERCE lettuce/tomato/pickles, French French fries, orange juice'-'" Carter, Jr., School yo l at .tt;, {
Board ol Governors fries, H orange, and milk. milkshakes. Members Arthur Gaskins and Pat Spengler. 1 -
Lunch-HilS Tuesday. Nov. 11: Chicken casserole, Tuesday, Nov. 11:
Garden Restaurant garden salad, mixed vegetables, cheeseburgers, x. .P''HambuMai; | : { ;' /; t' >.., i
strawberry shortcake, and milk milkshakes The Following actions were taken: \ 4 4i '
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER"7 Wednesday. Nov. 12 Beef-vegetable Wednesday. Nov. 12i.lEZa, corn l' t ;'Jr'

FOOTBALL GAME soup crackers, cheese toast. dogs hamburgers =. "
BHS vi LIVE OAK banana pudding and milk. orange juice, mllksha es.4110;; i TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY. ft.
LIVE OAK Stadium Thursday Nov. 13: : Salisbury steak, Thursday. Nov. Cheeseburgers, (
1:00: P.M. rice & gravy green beans ap- hamburgers, French fri"...llr"na... AND INVENTORY .k: .
plesauce, hotrolls, and milk. Juice, milkshakesrtr.Vf! :: ;
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 10 Friday. Nov. 14: Corndogs, baked Friday, Nov. 14: Carfidcgs, pizza ,- .
BRADFORD SOIL WATER beans cabbage slaw, fruit cup, cheeseburgers,French fries, ,i'

Conservation Mettlno7:30p.m.Agricultural District. and milk.Bradford milkshakes u- 1. Taxable value of initial ( ) Real (X) Personal Property Assessment" l>-
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High School menu Roll submitted
Center as by. Property Appraiser to the Property Appraisal

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11 REGULARMonday. THisitAoraao, Adjustment Board .::..'- J
Nov. ID: Chicken w/rlce or COUNTY TIlfCRAVM.Publlihod ', '
VETERANS DAY noodles green lima beans cheese every Thur.r, J*pat ; $$29,839,583.; '
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Breakfast's-10 a m. rolls, peach half, cookie,and milk. 131 W.Call( ." ...}; f A .

American. ..Legion. Post Tuesday.green beans Nov. II applesauce: Beef stew, buttered on rice. orfco.Morld... ,>iWl'r'J7-, ... Jo, v. 2. Net change in taxable value due to actions of the Board

Brookir City Council biscuits, and milk. Second Close IHXtaoVjUtd.l *' *'" fftarka

7:30.:. .P.M.. Wednesday, Nov. 12 Vegetable soup Florida $ -0-
w/beef, crackers, carrot raisin ,.sssrn
Hampton 7:30 City P.M.KIWANISCLUB Countll. salad, mixed fruit, butterscotch Subscription. Sate iIn 3. Taxable value of ( ) Real (X) Personal Property
. squares, and milk. trade areas $ .00 par year Assessment Roll
Thursday. Nov. 13: Fried chicken. ".00 six month incorporating all changes due to action of the Property Appraisal
mashed potatoes gravy, mixed Adjustment Board
Meets every Tuesday vegetables, buttered rolls, apricot outside. trade. areas $10.00 par year .
Western Steer Steak House pie and milk. ".10 slat! month
12:00 noon 29839583.
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When Bradford voters say "No," than For this Tuesday, SO more than county.The vote last March was 1,789 Tuesday's result on the gas tax surprised half the 120.000 the gas tax;would 1 building money:the chance of paving ,.'
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they mean "NO!" the 630 votes the measure lost by: last Against 1.163 For. Bradford officials who have raised in a year. more roads In the county in the near :
At least they did on the proposal fora March. thought the measure would pass this future almost nil.
one-cent per gallon county gas tax : Clay County voters also have apparently time. Officials thought people wouldbe "I was very surprised"said Supervisor The county gets some $379,000 in .
which county voters turned down Defeated 8,901 to 2,221 In the 82 per- rejected a one-cent gas tax. more informed about the need for of Elections Neva Flynn,usually state gas tax revenue each year.But L m
Tuesday for the second time. The cent turnout Tuesday,the gas tax was The measure was losing slightly In money to pave roads, and would an uncanny predictor of election the county is still paying $100,000 per ..1
martin was 680 more votes Against turned down in every precinct in the early returns in Clay. realize tourists would have at least results. Mrs. Flynn says she can't year on the 1960 bond issue under ...
understand why voters would ap- which US-301 was four-laned and will
prove a tax for fire protection but turn continue to do so until 1990. The new Cl i
down one to build better roads. $700,000 loan from the Department of ,L
I more Democrats elec'ion'day result" from pg. 1AKlrkpatrick The gas tax did better than county Transportation against future state .,ry
commissioners thought It would last gas tax funds,under which 42 miles of .u

I n) March. They thought, therefore, it paved roads were retopped this year, ..1
The right to privacy amendment state gas tax funds for regular might pass a second time around. must be paid back over 10 years at ,,,
received percent of the Guyte P. McCord. Jr. passed statewide 59 percent voting, maintenance of roads, as many nave Discussing! the matter again and $100,009. on the principal plus Interest. ,loll
vote to 29 percent for Newsom. With Y.S 2,32 for It, 41 against.Amendment. been doing.County again over the past eight months, That leaves some$125,000 state gas
only Dixie County totals unavailable: No 1,55 vote: commissioners thought the gas tax tax funds accruing to Bradford Coun,1
No. 3 might pass if county drivers ty each year, not enough to pave even w
Kirkpatrick 71.S11 Leander J. Shaw, Jr. For 1,*"* understood tourist dollars would pay a mile of secondary: road a year. .?
Ntwsom<< 3,42 Reduce Bill Readings Against 2,450 part of the tax. The need for a sourceof There is also the stipulation that
Yes 2,43: both in the county and
Passing funds to pave roads is an Increasing state gas tax funds cannot be used for ??
County returns: No 1,50 statewide this amendment calls for a Extending the 2-cent per gallon burden on the board.. maintenance but must be used for :11
to the
technical change Improve
state gas tax Indefinitely was approved Without a new source of road new construction. [i.,
Kirkpatrick 4,34 Douglass. B. Shivers reading of bills by the Legislature, 1U0 J
Newsom 1U1 Y.S 2,40 providing that the first reading be by 57 percent of voters statewide
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No '1,50 published In the House and Senate with 43 percent opposing.All l < .
Judicial Journals rather than the number being CHRIST, LUTHERAN :11 !
here do not In- '
: vote totals quoted
Larry G. SmithYes read aloud on the House or Senate i3
Non-Partisan clude the 375 absentee ballots that I
All six Supreme Court Justices 2,427 floor, often Bradford to an vote empty chamber., were not counted until Wednesday CHURCH :rr j
The was:
received votes of approval to remain' No 1,4(9 afternoon. The absentee ballots affected
in office for new six-year terms. none of the races.
Winifred L. WentworthYes For 2,391 Pastor Glen Schmiege 473-2419 )
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County v9e'on! the Judges was: Against l.s's '
2,377 'I" .
James C. Adkins No 1,534 The bill reading amendment passed Church Service 10:30: AM :"i .

Yes 2,72 AmendmentsThree 66 percent to 34 percent statewide. 03IH:

NO I.MI: of the five amendments passed Amendment 4 more Carterfrom Keystone Lion's Club 31

James E. AldermanYes in Bradford County;: with only one Water System Financing tie
2.S04 failing to pass in statewide vote Also passing In the county and *Sunday School and Bible School Ao.um.d 9 AM

No 1.S41. totals. Voters turned down a chanceto statewide this amendment would pg. IA riSMl '
abolish the Constitution Revision allow the state to authorize withoutan ta I
Joe Boyd Commission which must meet every election, the issuance of bonds for the Oval Office, and the oldest to ever :,''\ ,;
Ys 2,353 10 years under the present state Con- construction of water treatment assume the presidency. On Inauguration "ft j I
No l.43 stitution. plants operated by state and local Day January 12,he will be within I 1 I haas I
agencies. two weeks of his 70th birthday. A :; ..
Arthur J. England Amendment No. 1 native of rural Illinois he has enjoyed
Constitution Revision Commission successful careers in radio broadcasting .
yes 2.429 County vote was: liffl CI
NO 1/5" County vote: For 2,2(7 motion pictures and politics. r r r i.r r rtli.n
2.DaO He will be the fist professional actorto
Parker Lee McDonaldYes For 1.M7 Against win the presidency,the first divorced ..,.
Against 2,292 person and the first one-time
This amendment like number 3,
2,431:
union president to attain the office. ,.II
No 1-53 passed 66 percent to 34 percent 1 1 I 1
Fifty-seven percent of Floridians statewide. Following Is the tabulated vote In 47r
voting turned down a chance to Bradford's 15 precincts: not Including
Ben F. Overton abolish the Constitution 43
; percent Amendment No. 5 absentees: r 03
Y.s 2,414 voted to abolish it. CARTER REAGAN 18
NO 1.539 County Road Financing Pel. 1 268 22
Amendment No. 2 Failing In Bradford County but Pet. 2 287 M 81 Y.I ,.

District Court of AppealsAll Right to Privacy extends passing indefinitely statewide this the second amendment state Pet. 3 134 145
Pet. 4
241 168
would
amendment
This place
Judges on the ballot were reelected -. gasoline tax: of two cents per gallon Pet.
Constitution 227 21i I
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without much opposition. The language into which was scheduled to expire: in 2008. Pet. < 4
the fundamental right to M 134
Bradford vote was: recognizing This will enable the state to sell
Pet. J'
be free of governmental Intrusion. It 333 M .If.S3
has been the
bonds as practice
40-year Pet. 8 1S7 157
would limit public access to public
Anne Cawthon Booth under secured and payable by the tax. Pet. I 271 28S
records not specifically open .oN .
also will allow
The amendment
Y.s 2,31 current state law.. Pet. 10 248 384. OS
No 1.S41 revenues from the state gasoline tax Pet. 11 210 1M .
County vote was: to be used only for the financing of Pet. 12 219 103 :.1M I

E.R. (Dick) Mills. Jr. For county road bond Issues for the acquisition Pct. 13: 15 168Pet. ,
2J75 and construction of roads.
Y.S 2,445 14 130 97
No 1.477 Against 2,201 Counties will no longer be able to use Pct. IS ITS 113 I

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Record 82% Turnout about peca...Seems like quite
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number of ..
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wanting to buy early.I .

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Apathy .hive bad several can about

pecan, when the auction win open
and whether pecan cracking service

again the people of the said. "And we do so on the Although reluctant to offer Is available.

Nation have spoken; throughthe basis that neither their alibis in the face of Reagan's t According to Starke State Farmers
medium of the ballot cod records in elective office nor member of + 44 Market Manager Bob Allen the first
Bradford County did ,itself! their performances in the victory Tuesday a auction will be at 1:30: p.m.Thursday.Nov. .
President Carter's staff with have to sell.
If
13. you pecan
proud in Tuesdays General campaign justify in any way a perfect 20-20 hindsight, did deliver them to the market between
recommendation.In
Election. g an positive say "We should have told a.m.and 12 noon.
astonishing 82 percent of itsregistft'ed
more of his accomplishments
this "unendorsement"the Prices have not been established in
voter strength, topping
: in the field of human rights
its previous highs of Sentinel continued: "Mr.Reagan's the area. However we win be able to
which resulted in an Israeli- of the auction
contention that a give you a report prices
80.7% in the First Primary of
accord the Nov 14.
massive arms buildup will Egyptian peace : ; by Friday
1966 and 80.4 in the General
final of
help insure peace is every bit development an local buyer who
Election of 1976. after three I know of only one
as disturbing as Mr. Carter's energy program operates a custom pecan cracking
This amazing show of consistent misinterpretationand previous Presidents had failed service in the area. He Is located on

political interest came at the underestimation of Soviet and the grain embargo to the Starts Farmers Market .and Is

end of a hard-fought and overlong intentions. Mr. Reagan is protest Soviet aggression in Tlie open daily
Tried
Donkey HardA -
campaign' that bad against the draft which Afghanistan. These are a Speaking of cooler weather,do you

everyone a bit weary beforeits makes very little sense for a few of the thingsfor which know why some leaves change color

final days. The super: turnout man concerned with the con President Carter will be -. -.-. ..IteMbdTs deceased.....,..hehwd BrMfari Only slay I In the Fall

can be attributed at. ventional military superiorityof credited in the history of our hi the Democratic ....... Toesday 1s spite.* 1M ........GOP laaailMs for

least in part, to the strong the Soviet Union. He is times. ae.a" __.-. County pinsiiaUi. chaJrataa Gene Matthews (Ml) andCarter combination This phenomenon of thing brought such as taut a g

local effort by both parties against the grain embargo But all that is now water they CA-P&194 were" Wednesday.FORESTRY ehasnatae. Guy Aednoi. appear. happier Tuesday asorateglaa temperature, shorter days and certain -

Democrat and Republican, to which is strange for a candidate over the dam and we can only chemical substance, called
out the vote. Though who about pigments found In leaf Untie.
get preaches join Mr Carter in his concession -
relatively quiet on 'the surface g getting tough with the Rus- Tuesday night when be Some of the pigment that give

the response proves sians. expresseddeep appreciation autumn leaves their bright colors are
there is no apathy in Bradford in the leave as soon
of that lets actually present
where politics is con "And if all that is not a political system unfold in the Spring.But.during -
County as they
our people make a freechoice" IN BRADFORD COUNTY Mark Fries I Ia
cerned. enough, consider Mr.Reagan's I by Spring and Summer! ouvigorously.the
campaign," the at the polls. The people plants are growing a
called
The biggest losers in this usually COP-supporting have spoken and now. green-colored material

election losers of face thatis newspaper continued.. "Firstof again using the President'swords chlorophyll dominates the other leaf

-were the polls-takers who' all be has been saddled witha "We must come pigments.

told us the candidates were Republican Party platform together as a united to areas When of Florida fire alarm.Isla most times It win rural be Division ranger and mechanics But In the Fall as plants get readyfor

running in a dead beat with that is Neanderthal in both meet the a volunteer' fire department that mainown the dormant season, the production

only one percent of popular tone and content, a dramatic decade." responds. A program developed by rallied to the challenge of creating the of new chlorophyll slows down.
and
vote them last two from recent the Florida Divines of Forestry m fire ducks. In December Finally, it stops altogether
separating departure more Mr. Carter will soon join a cooperation with the federal government new 1977 the there's no chlorophyll left in the
days before the e ect on. party positions. And Mr. long list of Presidents-22 out and the Florida Department of first Fastack truck was ready for leaves. When this happens the other
lease the Cobs Cove
Americans had been led to Reagan has been unable to ex- of 39 who have served only Corrections, has made it possible for Fire by Because Volunteer of leaf pigment mentioned earner' take
believe the that sell his rural communities to be Department. a over and see the bright\ Fall col
by pollsters plain or own programs one term in office. Few are re- over fifty Federal regulation which prohibits you
the election too close to domestic supplied with high-qaabty, hue cost ors. Pigments called carotenotds
was or foreign elected for a second term. As transferring the titles of excess
make the leaves turn red
fire orange
pr"DcbEarV
call. because he has bad vehicles the Division
to government
mainly one commentator said Tues yellow and.brown. Other pigments,
spend his time trying tochange "Americans in' 177-Division' affidakT makes the track-available\ to communities called anthocynanins are developed
day night ,
It election l revered
was a negative on a 50-year lease! the
or explain dozens ,of for because of the changing weather con
with both candidates the I men Delected President,;. began planning 'p.vpareTheycad coat of conversion mat eria .*
waging. (patently ridiculous but 'soon' to1 were aware with ,, ? '.. .l ditions. ./QIe bngbU-$ clear autumn
begin' despise
negative campaignIIon statements be has made during meat local fire departments could day and cooler temperatures cause
past mistakes and them. Like many other positions fires Inn becomjuag To date the Division of Forestry has the more prominent shade of red and
misstatements of the other, the last 20 years. And, in it is a difficult u -fledge tioos.They also leased a Fastack bucks to rural fire purple to appear in the leaves. Still
rather than telling the so doing be has made it im- thankless job, and no Presi- understood that the astronomical departments and is currently in the another group of pigments,called an-
people possible for us to comprehend dent has escaped his share of costs of traditional fire righting! equipment process of building a Fastack III thoxantluns cause yellow' coloring:
what they deserved to know: model which will combine excellent
exactly what if anything, be put it out of the range of-most some leaves.
the remedies the candidates villification and abuse. small community budget The off-road capabilities with a 1000
really] stands for. Obviously, ..... which win add
gallon Some of the trees
proposed for curing our answer they reasoned was to provide
pre- For the sake of the Nation
the Sentinel can take little joy rand fire departments with Fall color to your landscape are the
sent ills and their for
plans in the election of Mr. Reagan we wish Mr. Reagan well dur- quality fire fighting tool attessanble Response to the Fastack program Golden Raintree Red Swamp Myrtle.
our uncertain future. We Tuesday. ing his term in offi e.a. costs. That was the birth has been overwhelming! and there Is Dogwood Sweet Gum.Crepe Myrtle.
heard nothing about proposalsfor of the program.The now a long waiting list for each typed Tulip Tree and the Chinese TaD w.
combatting the crime ..- vehicle.But the real feeling of success Each tree has its own unique color.
mart
wave that threatens to engulfthe w Division designed two types of for the Division comes more but these colors cam change
trucks.: The Fastack I model Is a from the reports of community somewhat from year to year based
nation particularly the Cosh quick-response vehicle with off-road leaders and fire chiefs. One example on the weather conditions,."
Florida; and little, .if Counting I capabilities and a Z7S gallon tank.[ The of the great need this program fills
anything, about development Fastack n has a 1300 gallon tank and came from the Gulf County Beaches So, -\b\ 'most people don't

of alternative sources of to equipped to aid structural response Volunteer Fire Department. After think,of our area a* a place to see

energy, or improvement of Was it worth it? the long, presidentiati rajsijg $10 also truck waiting the FirefDepartr their uent used Fastack the plants brilliant that Fan do color change there colon are with some the

our rapidly deteriorating environment. monotonous, uninspiring cam- million to .the Democrats' When plans were completed the vehicle one day after delivery to avert seasons. It's a good idea l .include a
: ... Most of what we 'President that ended three to five mil lignin addition Division secured federal and state a near catastrophe when forest fire few of these in the landscape. Unlike
:: beard from the stump and on =y to sighs of relief from to campaign outlays both permieeim to___. .governmentvehicles threatened many homes in the com- most of the flowering,shrub which

: the air waves was a dreary voters and candidates alike. major party candidates can for conversion to fire trucks munity.If hold their blossoms far only a brief
? recital of what Mr. and a promise from tile Department period,the tree*and shrubs that turn
Reagan The cost? An estimated $250 raise another million in
of Corrections for use of inmate labor yon' have any questions come by color in the Fall will usuftttykoM their
: said about social security ten million dollars perhapsmore. private money to be.-Used in and facilities. to construct the water my office to Agriculture Building colors for a month oc.roor*. depending -

:. years ago, or what Mr. Carter complying with Federal Election tanks, truck cabs and refinish <**t&. or phone ma. at M4-52SO. on the weather. ..jq

i did or did not do about problems Commission" bookkeepingand 's'{
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presidential -
:: he inherited from orgy legal requirements. .- .....- :- '..XJose9 '!
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campaign spending, $100 q
: previous administrations.With *
million was offset by public Unlimited spending !* now Alvarez Native Spain ,/
such a negative diet funds in I960 compared with allowed under the 1S79 elec- of

most voters also adopted a $72 million in 1976.This leavesan tion law amendments, for '/ ..'

i negative attitude, rather than increase in private giving state and local party

.: a positive one and many from$90 million in 1976 to$150 volunteer activity such as Has Numerous Descendants in AreaWe

: votes cast Tuesday were"against" million in 1980, according to phone banks as long as they

F: a man the voter did best estimates.For are manned by volunteers.Just .
:.: not like,rather than a positive are indebted to Travis Alvarez During the decade 1860-70/ ,his, sons.Homaa Roman Alvarez, now pastor of Pine
vote for one he did admire. off-hand we'd say that son of Mr. and Mr*. Leon B. (Bed) and Joseph moved to Sander- Level Baptist Church .
r the U.S. Senate and some better use could be Alvarez of Starke for the following m- son. now hi Baker County but then Wm. a Bill) Graham of Starke is
'House races this year, cam- found for most of the $250 formation off the Alvarez family oltbs'e part of Columbia County. They are the great-grandson of the murdered
bated fa the in census as living at"Saaden .L
:: paign costs will reach $200 whom are many representatives sheriff.D Alvarez and rancts-01
r Typical of this attitude was million all in private funds. million spent on campaignsthat I ivy I in Bradford County. la. Bradford County. Joseph M.Joe) Alvarez who owned
: ; Sunday's editorial in: the This become a bore after 12 Joseph Jose Alvarez, born fa 1771. Sanders I is not known to ever have and operated a well known men's

Orlando Sentinel in which this 'million compares in 1976 with $140 months or more. Is there no fame from the mountainous region ofnorthern been located the Babr-BradfordlitMaDd in Bradford County but clothing: store in Starke for many

:. : usually congressional way to limit the valuable time Spain (Astoria anoTLeoa was near been yeamAnyone
: newspaper supportive and electing provinces)where the Alvarez name is the 1S70 census taker! may have
: of the and spent on such more Information on
: Republican can candidates. money protracted still Ilie.--ituont mistaken lab location tile days
? Two Sometime before 178 Roman and early of the Alvarez family
in campaigns or
Edidate a presidential election : probably emigrated to this country iD Florida Is asked to communicate
_: refused to back either three months at most would while Florida was still a territoryunder Joseph came to Bradford hi RaifOl'd.n.County and witb ***$* Alvarez, 11710: Schutz,
Both established farms the
:: : Carter, Reagan or Anderson. presidential can- have been more than enough Spanish rule. and apparently and/or what to now the Bayless' Houston. Tuu'l7OS2.Chkken .
didates started-out even this settled in the northeastern part of the
for the candidates in the 1980
IT '= "._..sadly and reluctantly, year with $34 million $29.4 to their state where.he received a land grant Highway them section descanted of Bradford the County.
race get
presidential From many
: this is breaking'tradition million in federal funds plus of JSS acres located near the headwaters Supper
1 newspaper messages across to the peo of the Nassau River near Alvarez family members now living
by refusing to endorse $4.6 million each in national Everyone would benefit Thomas Swamp in die Callahan area. in. this area.
::i any of the three men party aid. The Republicans ple.by somehow limiting the time The grant was made by the Spanish Among Joseph's children were at Kingsley Lake
: running for President in the had the edge in state and local such Governor of Florida for Jose's service David Levy Alvarez who became a

;. 1980 election." the. editorial. party spending for the and money spent on cam- without s-Patriot volunteer sheriff of Bradford County': and was Civic Center
:: J paigns. militia during the RebeUwo of fatally shot whale leading a posse attommf --

1SU-U. .to capture the notorious
.' Jose fought against the forces of Harmon ,who
..r'.....'..who wne 11'against desperado aut.t.e., Murray south of Starke was in A tried chicken aupper will be.held
hsdmg Saturda)'. NoY. .. ai
the
Klngsteywtthtervraghoura
IRf1 io.7. the Spanish fuvunuiciit regarding .
: 4ntwi the early laws.One Lab QvIc c..ter.
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rights to castle and other favestoek of the weB known descendants
a SINCE 1879 ranging on boUt sides of the St.Mary's of tile first Roman Alvarez Is the Rev. will from be 6 available to 7:30 p.m. Take out boxes
mil River. se r.c-.who ted the
[A p4P' rebellion, was from the Georgia side Directors of tile KlnpJoeJ srK
of the river. JMII'tJt.0wDwa Aaaa.. will
Jose* and Roman, the /aft, 7VttsTN a.m. Saturda,. Nov. a. at the Ovte
Ceter
Joseph from Lt. CoI John Davis. Aviation
eldest, and Amelia rneAl
BOB FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER M'phK. r With the Florida
'Imbed s. eacsrpe federal troops .inUt == AIr
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..... end tw.r.Mrwd: v r Mow/Ore__MMe PeW 0fIhe"L..k..IF%&.n<..Ad ellI.do'tart 1-.territory, ntil 021.LettvmgAnefaa Island. ,they settled Sammy p.opie wad to belie. cl.the association an bn1ted an. to. at-
load.Adulti.
that bmaiaf a branch of
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Diana Canova Co-stars With Mrs. Cora Morshburn



.,. "" ., ,P rlyb, mas.. in New TV Series* Birthday Celebrates Sunday 89th 7/ rfll" rf3-J:

Mrs. Cora Marshburn of Keystone ne
I, Perky brunette Diana Canova, who himself In the same single status Heights celebrated her 89th birthday u f I I.
.lll; getting U), be one of TV's most when his wife runs away with his Sunday at dinner
a family birthday at
'sought-after sitcom'altuatlon II I .. ..,,1
( com- business partner. Ben. then moves in the home of
a- Mrs. L.A. Canova on N.
edy) personalities, Is co-starred with .with Diana and the sparks begin to fly Walnut Street. g fadyt 'Ioory
(, Danny Thomas' the new series. because he is a doting father who Among the 22 family members at- ;(jj7 IDr.'lr.p.1! : /
"I'm a Big Girl Now." hasn't to the fact that his ,
adjusted tending those from out of town
Diana, with a surname that has daughter Is "a big girl now." Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Alderman were of Society edliter. ( Y' Tee V I'ew j

,. been familiar In Bradford County for The two stars, Diana and Dannnyd Baltimore, Md., Mrs. James Otto of .
many years. Is the daughter of stage are given credit for Seminole and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
and screen comedy star. Judy, entertainment out of what would Townsend of St. Petersburg 964.7608 I
rl, Canova, a native of ,Starke and otherwise be another routine sitcom II
; daughter of the late Mr.'and Mrs Ed in an otherwise dull season. Accor-
Canova. .- ding to one reviewer, "Miss Canova's r I
Diana had a leading role in the TV funny-face charm and Thomas' very "" .& I. 1 ,
series "Soap" and her new vehicle, paternalism make it all fit nicely Into Aft : -6 ,
which premiered last week, was the category of humorous and
described by one critic as perhaps"the humane comedy. The series tries to
best new situation comedy of this take a moral stand amidst the occa-
fractured tall season" sional sexual innuendos Since this is

In the new series, Diana plays an 8:30: p.m. show, the occasional risque ,
"Diana," a recently divorced motherof rejoinders seem out of place, but
a mildly precocious seven year old are not so frequent as to be
daughter. Danny Thomas plays outrageous."
Diana's father, Ben, who finds


Birthday Dinner Junior Woman's Club

For Two Honorees Renovating City Park

Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Joyce Final arrangements for upcoming
Riherd celebrated their birthdays functions for November and
jointly Saturday night at a birthday December will be discussed at the
.
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. November meeting of the Junior \i iY )
George Copeland. Woman's Club on Monday, Nov. 10 at
The dining table was covered with a 7:30: p.m.All .
lace cloth and centered with an arrangement members are urged to attend. ,
of bronze mums. The first of several work days for
The 11 helping to celebrate the occasion the Wainwright Park project was held
with the Copelands were Mrs Saturday, Nov. 1, by the Junior Raiford Retirees Hold Reunion Photo by R.P. McLendon
Kate Perry .of Jacksonville, Mr. and Woman's Club and their families at
Mrs. Jim Womack, Mrs Al Coston, the home of Chris Wilson. The 82 people in the above photograph attended the was an enjoyable gathering for everyone with plenty of
Mrs J.M. Blackshear. Mrs. John W. The club is working on some ex- 9th Annual Raiford retiree get-together Saturday good food to eat. II
Griffin and Mrs. W.H. Thomson.Veterans' citing new additions for the park on N. November! 1 at the Community Center in Lake Butler. It
Church Street to be completed in the

near future which will make it a fun FFWC Officers Did you know.... Little Women
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place for all children.
Day To Be Honored GuestsAt Mr. and Mrs. George Miller visited To Hold Dance

Breakfast Set Woman's Club their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. The Little Women's Club will sponsor :
American Plan Jack Miller in Jacksonville Friday to a dance Saturday night from 9 to .
By LegionJones Eppersons Mrs. John Mace of
president Monday. 12 at the Woman's, Club for high
Langford, White American Family ReunionAll Florida Federation of Woman'sClubs school students.
Legion Post #56, your post, has descendents of the Epperson ,Mrs. H.E.Satterfield,district 4 Friends of Mrs. L.D. Vining will
scheduled a breakfast for Veterans' director and Mrs. Donald Webber regret to hear her sister-in-law, Mrs
invited attend the
family are to an-
Day, Nov. 11 between the hours of 8 finance chairman of district 4 will be Don Joiner of Augusta, Ga. passed
nual family reunion to be held at the .
and 10 a.m. at the Post Headquarterson home of Miss Katherine Epperson honored guests at the Woman's Clut away on Monday. Mrs. J.C. Vining of- Edison's Market
luncheon-meeting Wednesday Nov. .
Edwards Road. and Mrs. Georgia Watson in Lake Palatka was Tuesday visitor of Mrs. 301 South

states Bill Wilson that the, local cooks Commander committee,, Butler on Saturday, Nov. 8, at 11:30: 12.Members will meet at the club Vining. Quality ortlon' ole Meats

headed by George Pierce, Bob Pater- a.m.Everyone building at 11:3Oa.m. for a Spiced Tea M4-4M4
is to bring a covered dish..Jeanetla SPECIALS
Party followed by luncheon at 12-
son and Charlie Schaefer would have
5 Ibo .
TBono, Dclmonlco, Rlbcya 1 1your
"meat on a shingle, eggs, bacon, noon. ( choice)
coffee and Mrs. John Greene, chairman of __
grits, toast, just as good as 3 Ibi. Park
onto n Chop
get at home. Public Affairs, will present the pro-
you can
s.asanwr. 6 Ibi. All Beef
Patties
Veterans of all wars are urged to attend Bobbin Stephens gram. Interesting features will in- 5 Ibi. Chicken
clude an address by Mrs. John Mace
this occasion
no charge spon- 6 Ibt. Pepper, Onion Mushroom,
and the burning of the Woman's Clut
sored by the local Post to honor our
0 a Flour Steak
Robbin StephensWins mortgage. (your choicei.) .,,.
departed comrades and to give us an Sib.. Hot
dogs or Batter Dipped Fish
opportunity to get our fellows Another.
5 Ibi. French Fries
together for:a good feed and some Title Put ;your lions on $49.95
.
Beauty
socializing. Bradford HomemakersTo my low-energy e e.e e
If you plan to attend, please call Miss Robbin Stephens, the Bradford Have "Show and Tell"Program 5 Ibi Cube Steaks
Commander Wilson at the Chamber County Strawbery Queen, 1Garden's 5 Ibi. Pork Chop.
Officc-964.5278 today, (Thursday, entered another beauty pageant held Nov. 13 6 Ibi. All Bm Patties
Nov. 6) and let him know how many in Gainesville Saturday, Nov. 1. The Bradford County HomemakersClub S lb>. Chicken -, $34.95,
,T1 1 consisted of of 8th, year of Serwce47J4777 1 lb. Bacon
panel
people will be coming with you. The pageant a will have a "show and tell" program
specially chosen Judges who graded at their meeting Thursday .2 IbtGround Beef.....
entries from other surrounding\ counties Nov. 13, at 10 a.m. at the Agriculture -W.Act pt fond Stomp,*

... on beauty, poise, personality and Building. ,
'J'I'" -.St. EdyvLOYd's;.'' : 1'/1'" personal interview. ,, Members and guests will'show and '. ... ,L.' ,. ._" ... ., .
-110" sosuJJAStoFJdnsti111Ieda.lninulus in8!ljtJgi'IJlrtr.m: !; !; 'oj' ,old/ ev"n7.h. |.tell'tiow4h M,.are"making'.varioU8" '>,t H, .l.v .J'"I :.4'I'I tr; .. ; i '\ ::, I'

0/1'/| Sunday, v..BIf/J'heverend! Robbln goJ!Stephens lf, w.fije'l'lglN.4 was crowned as'NIt$:.'t'"craftsk some. of them Christniaia) i 11 tir 'St' Yt1esc'y 'UwtnU yna
gifts Each will also take a
person
Father Edward Rooney was Installed 3rd,
1 Miss Title. This marks the
favorite Christmas dish
Church pastor of by St.St. Edward's Augustine Catholic Diocese pageant of which she has entered. along with prepared a copy of the recipe. The t
and Has Moved
of Mr.
Robbin Is the daughter fig :
recipes will later be compiled into the {
Bishop John Snyder at a
special Starke and is
Mrs. Gary Stephens of ,
Mass, concelebrated by the Bishop.Father club s yearly recipe booklet..
a senior at Bradford High School.BIRTHS .
Rooney and Father RolandJulien Jones The next crafts" workshopwill .: to .Jf11h
pastor of Gainesville's St. be Thursday, Nov. 20, at 10 a.m.

..i ,Patrick's Altar Bovs Church.for the> Mas? were Paul' Jeanetta Daniel Skinner Jones, mi. from Lawtey on SR 225
{* {I5 Bawek.1 Kenny Plemmons and Andy '"''" 1
,"U'XM Nguyen1'I : '1)ntolnette".Cdsd''was' : the 46 Wed Nov 15 "I' 1f11J NW 15th Street

*IIsT oft anlst and Richard I Welty.served as J ftsayaind:,; Ire. Reed Jones of Starke
,10(03( of'Ltthr/0! '"" '' 'rt
;announce, the approaching marriage Rod Kevin Osborn .f
tfotlni'itlle'OLReodil| *'titcessibiinlbawd ? .
; 782-3666
of, their daughter, Jeanetta, to DanielL.
iKrts wee'presented by Altar Society Skinner son of Mrs. Nadine Skin- Mr. and Mrs. Rod Osborn of Winter 8 31 1
PreSMerltfearol l Ashnnel'who carried ner qf Live Oak and the late L.D.Skin Park announce the birth of a son, Rod ; i Gwen JacksonOwnerOperator
a statue of the Blessed Mother; Anne Kevin, born Oct. 28. Bonnie Higginbotham
1 nob sltfflflShArt I .ncHairiHaWpf' St.- dward'ssea ner.The wedding will take place Satur- Matemalgrandparents are Mr. and Operator

ol 9-jqtorfh .eotlhcH 'WfteJfrntWI t t'I Gavel; day, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. at theTrinity Mrs Don Ray Tilley of Starke and ,. DENA .
moo 9ie of Mr. and Mrs. William :S;
Church the Nazarene
In Lake
9ril riliWRfefi Awgfasges }Wfebenletfa' Bible. City. I__ ..._u" .. .. I
No Invitations are being sent but all Sarasota. Maternal great grandest
s $bulDnirW WtflfelWWa'tsr HndTVInewere' car-' friends and relatives are Invited to at- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robb .,s
9J1ilnUI111l!i %VdHha FaVode' fend-Paul KIsh.' tend. Shaller and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
riairiw ,8duA<4Ke>Wcld )jMi 1ehd a vi9rtvr4"oiV' v1p BJ Ic! r1Jlng address grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. WandP ,2 bibwD: J1:
mul isiUtd n netnRooHey'he "students of Did you know..., Osborn of Orlando. u Rl tin14dic
,19dt bloiteA* WMMrvioHiany presented, varied
''I i byr 'Id nt ;
naqsb! ,BlWeJP dk\'nBttenH' W"1r' >.eir new Mr. and'' Mrs. J.G. Pendry of Kenneth Allen Thompson v. )no: SRUSRGE
pastor. :"" 8N ail a< 9: Bristotf\ ..' 1re residing at Hampton ? )9{ 3 ')bs'. rfJ -

Father Rooney was born In County Lake for the winter. The Pendry's are Kenny and Nora Thompson AT Kildare, Ireland. He was educated at parents of Mrs. Doug Gray of Starke. Lawtey announce the birth of a son, out! 7fUj'"J'J '
St. Patrick's College and was ordained
Kenneth Allen born Oct. 22 at St. Vin-
In Uft2TnCarJowUreUndPreiiiS) Mr. and Mrs: L.C. Worth of Sterling 1 cent's Haspital. Ion (''j ''nib, 'qf .b 1

|to:Ming-installed Taster ; tiff and P1rs! .. Roy Champion' ofDouglas. ._ Paternal grandparents are Mr. an4I'j: I 9rU 1! 'i::%j
of St. Edward's in Starke, Father Ga. were Wednesday\ ; To Mrs. Kenneth E. (Buddy) Thompsonof ml! ,
) nI
Rooney held pastorates in Alabama Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starke and maternal grandparents .' .
St. Catherine s Orange Park, andljaiSpirit Lester Crews and will also be visitingthe are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (Dick)' \ [D liS I S
...... : in Jacksonville. Crews the first of next. ft*. aAeta .{I Starling of Lawtey. :' '. .1''.. '
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'. I During post graduate work Father tour of Florida. '!Ilrl.i r .'

Rooney worked in counselling at the .J .. ,
,Cathloic University of America in Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish of Tam- Ryan Maurice Lee 11:;( (

Washington. D.C. He also did pa, were weekend gueals of their Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke, .- ', '
counselling at the University of North parents Mr. and Mrs Vincent Lewis'of announce the birth of a son, Ryan' '
Florida in Jacksonville. Kingsley Lake and Mrj'and; Mrs: Maurice, born Oct. 31, at Alachua .J '
Father Rooney was recently ap-, Drew Reddish and t endshauOUR:; General Hospital. He joins a sister,' !', '." .. ,
pointed Diocesan Director of the F-Aubum football lt gAm: Bethany Brooke Lee, 4 years old. .:;:
Campaign for Human Development. with the ReddlIntJP.lly.! ;;' Paternal grandparents are Mr and If' '.':\
This Is a national program directedfor Mrs. Maurice Lee of Starke and ,
the self help of the under Doris Overstife!Bradford! maternal grandparents are the late S. "
privileged. Early of the County Bruce Jarvis of Starke. \
Father Rooney hopes to take an ac- Hospital Auxiliary are attending the ,-
tive part in assisting with community Association of Florida Hospital Aux- tl' :i
affairs and has special Interest in iliary annual meeting at Orlando i
young people. He Is very happy to be. Hyatt House in Orlando on Wednes- I h, ; .

.In this area. day to Friday. -, \ '


Reception Held for Pastor St Edwards Church Halt
Following Mass on Sunday, Father "
Edward Rooney was honored by a '.
covered dish luncheon In.the parish. BINGO '
hall. .
Mrs. Carol Ashline, Altar Society Every Saturday 7:30P.M. .
President, presented Father Rooney 'I
411 N Temple Ave Starke Fla
with a hanging basket of variegated!

\ potoas Among, as special a welcoming guests gift.at the luncheon For a limited time only -- No coupon necessary
mm***** ** *mimmmmm mmim wmmimmuHmamiHammmAto
were Bishop >John Snyder, '
Father Roland Julien, Pastor of St. : Z Pawn Shop BREAKFAST+' HOURS: 6:00-i0:30ah: i iH N. thru Sat.r .
Patrick's In Gainesville, Sister Mary ,
Helen, Sister Labour and Sister'
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Jane teachers at Patrick's. > 'r, .
Tables were covered with, yellow WHNTS : ,. .. r| 30l,Soutii, Started -
cloths and centered with streamers of V ,J
English Ivy.In a prominent place wasa j
floral arrangement of white Gold Class'Rings".Wedding Band t 14 I "lit4sit

;.' gladiolus, red, carnations and, yullowFuglroums.
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". Mary Cissy was \in charge of arrangements 144.w, Call} 8t Watches, '.\ 'I'i\ .
of the luncheon and was .. 4'-83.e :tis1'+Isi 1. ? "-, .: mire .ts..re h..atesernr'MIa. w.o
assisted by Ruth Meng, Joyce Meng,
Carol AshUne, sod Pat; Welty
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Lawtey from Germany where he had been for They played Drop The Handkerchiefand Mrs. Wayne Hardee and her sister, 9 l ...... .. IJ .0'
I two weeks. other games. Mrs. Angie Parrish of Maxville, were ; l i .& "'t llI '
theus, I'll ,.
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I by Elisabeth Terry Mrs. Lissie Starling of Jacksonvillespent Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall of business visitors in Jacksonville on by Dolores Meng Cectle aid\ I M ..cus'r an fer oC W'e\t ': ',

Phone 7H.-J:UNI three weeks with her daughter Jacksonville visited their brother and Thursday. phone 6481915Senior Palm Beach and Betty Jo and Ralpb '
Mrs. Elsie Norman.Mr. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs... Les. Mc- Crews and Belle Reunion was held Langford of Fernandina Beach were
::0 PERSONALS: and Mrs. Hermie Kelly,.Mr. Clellan on Thursday. 'at the old Lawtey Special Blue Grass Citizens recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and and Mrs. Hubbard Harley Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa was Park on Sunday. Nov. 2. There were On Friday, Nov. 7, the Hampton Mattheus.
I family were Sunday Oct. 26 supper Flossie Rosier, and Mr. and Mrs. Les returning from a trip on the West 100-150 persons present. Everyone enjoyed Senior Citizens Club will meet In the Glen Matthews of Valdosta, Ga.

I guests! of their parents Mr and Mrs. McClellan attended the Retirees Din- Coast and points In California and the day very much. Some were City Hall. Anyone over 55 is invited to visited his parents, Mr. !and Mrs.., ,
Fred Carter of Clay Hill, ner at the Community Center at Lake stopped by for a visit with her sister from Palatka Green Cove Springs attend. Cecil Matthew on Monday .,
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Butler on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Fred Moore over the weekendand and Maxville.
? her sister. Mrs. O.E, Strickland of and Mrs. Aryl Blevins, of Lennox will return home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers, Mrs. 'Bookmobile Birthdays
: Gainesville Monday until Thursday. Ga.. visited their mother, Mrs. Henry Hodges and son Mark and Donie Pringle of Auburndale, visited The Bradford Bookmobile serves Denise Williams celebrated her 5th
They were Tuesday dinner guests of R.H. Futch at Bradford County Miss Vivian Crawford visited Mrs. their brother, Mr. G.W. Rivers in this area at the Post Office parking birthday on Nov.with a family partyat
: Mrs, J.L Kirkland. Miss Terry Hospital on Saturday. Gloria Crews and children in North Florida Regional Hospital Fri every Tuesday from 12:30: until 2:30. the home of her parents Mr. and
received a good report from Dr. Mr. and Mrs. John Agular of Gainesville on Tuesday night. day Oct. 24. All of them came on here FREE! Mrs. Donald Williams, on Sunday.
Quick on Wednesday. Mrs. Stricklandand Jacksonville visited their brother and Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Smith and and visited with their sister Mrs. Andy Redding celebrated his 10th
her daughter Mrs. Don sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Truman daughter Suzanne and son Craig of Pierce Crews over the weekend. CongratulationsMarie birthday on Nov. 3.
Parcellulzi.l came to Lawtey for Norman on Saturday evening. All of Winter Haven, spent the weekend of Mr, and Mrs" Ray Rosier spent lix and Frantz Innocent, former Jonathon Woodard turned 5 on Nov.
pecans on Thursday morning and them attended the football game in Oct.: 24-26 with their parents, Mr. and days with their son and daughterinlaw residents of Haiti, were happy to 4.
brought her home. Gainesville that afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Hubbard Harley and other Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott in receive their American Citizen Certificates Happy Birthday to Evelyn Vaughanon
Mr. Johnny Jenkins and grandson. and Mrs. George Smith of relatives.Mrs. Orlando. Mrs. Scott was rushed to the recently at ceremonies in Nov. St!
Avery Green of Milliard visited his Jacksonville were guests of their Robyn Warren and son Larry for emergency surgery. Jacksonville. They deserve a round of
motherIn-law Mrs. O.I Anders on sister. Mrs Henry Smith and foster of Aurora Colorado are spending hospital Conner of Starke and Mrs. applause for their efforts and successIn Hampton Lake

Friday morning.Mrs children, Mary Anderson Lisa some time with her parents. Mr. and Pierce Crews visited her brother, Mr. this accomplishment! Joyce Meng of Jacksonville spent
Harold Eunice visited her Stephanie, Rhonda and Michael StarlIng Mrs. Lester Walker and family, and G.W. Rivers In North Florida the weekend with her parents, Mr.
brother. Tommy Godwin of on Saturday night. All of them en- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Regional Hospital on Wednesday.Mr. Gratitude Paul
and Mrs. Meng.
Gainesville on Wednesday. She was a joyed a wiener roast during the even Steele. Leon Conner and Mrs. Pierce Mrs. Gertrude Slade and her family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng attended II'(
Wednesday overnight guest of her son ing on the lawn. Mrs. Flora Starling and Mr. and : Crews attended the Retiree dinner at wish to thank all their friends for their the funeral of Rufus Chance in o. .
and daughter-in-law' Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Boatwlck of Fort Pierce Mrs. Ancil Starling of Bartow were the Community Center In Lake Butleron kindnesses through prayers, concern, last "
Emory Eunice and family and daughter Mrs. Johnny Sapp and recent visitors of Mrs. Wilma Wainwright Saturday.Mrs. flowers and food following the recent Jacksonville miss Friday. '
will all having C.A.
Mrs. Doss Higgmbotham! spent girls of Jacksonville visited Mr. and and other relatives. Pierce Crews, Mrs. C.D, death of Bud Slade. Preisleras We a neighbor. He has sold his
Thursday to Saturday here at her Mrs. Les McClellan on Saturday. Mrs. Elsie Blair of Lakeland spenta Sellers Mrs. Don\e Pringle and Mrs. and to be in
house living
mobile home and with her soninlawand Mrs. Mary Boatwick of Fort Pierce week with her nephew and niece, Onle Thornton went to visit their Visitors plans

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and daughter, Mrs. Johnny Sapp and Col! and Mrs. Wm Wilson. brother, Mr. G.W. Rivers at home on Jay and Dottie Ward of Tampa Gainesville.Friends of Randy Hodges will be
Shuford and Nancy girls of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke and daughterErin Saturday. recently visited their former
2nd Lt. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and Mrs. Les McClellan on Saturday. of Heilbronn Springs were Sun- neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mat7 glad to hear he is making satisfactory
Justin of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mr. Lonnie Teston regretto day dinner guests of her grand- .. .. _W MM progress in Alachua General
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Donnie Kelly of Gainesville, Mr. and learn that he is a patient in St. Vin mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and 1I Hospital.
Mrs. Earl Troxell Mrs. Pat Hayes cent's Hospital. Our prayers are with aunt Mrs Daisy Boch. Ir Community News
md daughter Allison Mrs. Susie him.Nineteen Mrs. Sandy Floyd and her children
Williams of Chiefland and Mr. and young people attended a Heather and Justin of Satellite Beach, B-V Realtors News
Mrs. J,D. Kelly were Sunday dinner Halloween Party at the home of Mrs. and Raymond MacAllister of by Elizabeth G. Walker pm. Prayer Meeting. Saturday
quests of Mr and Mrs. George Kelly; Elsie Norman on Saturday night. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Phone 964-66H3 Choir rehearses 7 p.m. Sunday School
The occasion was to celebrate Dave a They enjoyed a wiener roast mar- Wilson and Ray over the weekend. 9:45.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Cecelia Terwlllegar, Pres. of
birthday and to welcome him home shmallows and all that!goes with that. American Legion Post 314: Choir will sing at Starke, Nursing Bradford-Union County Realtors,

-- -- ---- -. _C. The monthly meeting of American Home 3 p.m. Evening service p.m. Inc., announced today that the 1981
II ] .' School lVewlICongratul.tlons Legion Post 314 will be held Tuesday 8 Church of God .In Christ: Bible Band slate of officers will be Installed Fri-
Did you know. g p.m. The Flags have been receivedir Tuesday 7 p.m. Friday 8 p.m. church day, Dec. 19 at the Starke Golf &

.. to 3rd decorating the graves. The service. Sunday School 9:30. Morning Country Club. All members and
grader
Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Jerkins and Mrs. Richard A. Fuller of Starke is Michael Crawford for earning A's and cooperation of all members will be worship 11:30: with Minister Dewey friends are Invited to attend.
daughter Donna of Maxville were visiting her brother, David C. Carder, B's the first six weeks in Mrs. Melody greatly appreciated in planning the Taylor in charge. 5:30 YPWW Jimmie The 1981 officers are' as follows:
Saturday night dinner guests of Mr. Jr. and family in Milton, Mass to at- Kirkland's class. Keep the good program. Thomas In charge. Evening service Pres. Lillian Pearson; Vice-Pres.
up 7:30: with Minister Dewey Taylor con- Vernie P. Odom; Treasurer Susan M.
and Mrs H L Hutson. tend the wedding of her niece work, Michael) Church Activities:
.' Deborah Jean Carder to Howard C. Mrs. Kirkland is also very proud to The following churches will attend ducting service.St. Faulkner; Secretary; Janet Starling;
Mrs. William Phebus of Evansville Beach son of Dr. and Mrs. Justis L. the second graders the East Florida Conference in John Missionary Baptist Realtor Directors Terwlllegar, D.
nd was a recent visitor of her sister Beach. The wedding will be held at who name earned following A's and B's during the Jacksonville beginning November 6-9 Church: Sunday School each Sunday Thomas, H. Maines Ralph Bryan and
md family, Mr and Mrs. David Mon- the East Congregational Church in first six weeks of school: Michelle at the Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.. 10 a.m. Choir rehearses each Wednesday Realtor-Associate Director, Ann God-

!liomery Milton on Nov. 9. Sapp, Marla Scott and Melissa Lynn Mt. Pisgah A.M.E., Mt. Zion A.M.E. 8 p.m. Church service second and win.
Church fourth Sunday 11 a.m. Evening Worship
Starling.Our The new conference year will .........
Mr.and Mrs. James Cash and fami- Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn returned school pictures should arrive start November 16. 7:30.:
of Orlando spent the weekend wither Tuesday of last week after a 12 day day now. They will be sent home New Bethel Baptist Church: The Philadelphia Baptist Church!
parents Sen. and Mrs. Charley camping trip in the Smoky Moun- any the students receive 65th annual Church's and pastor's2nd There will be a singing program The Florida Association of Realtors
by as soon as we
featuring the choirs of the communityat held the Seventh Annual Local Board
'nhns tains. them. Picture retakes will be Nov. 11. anniversary will be Nov. 69. Nov.
did 6 at 8 p.m. Thursday, guest churchesare Philadelphia Baptist Church. Proceeds Officers Leadership Conference Mon-
Also students who have their
Did You Know not will toward completion of the day thru Wednesday,Oct. 27.29, at the
Mr. and Mrs Bill Adams, Wade made ] have to conduct services at the go
Thai Stark Now Baldree pictures previously may Ebenezer center. Please help to complete this Harley Hotel In Orlando. Those attending
Winkler and Miss Tammie Baptist Church Rev. Leroy
made that if wish.
them at time
Hoi a Full lint spent the weekend in Atlanta as Notes will be sent home, at they a later Davis, Starke and Great Elizabeth project that Is needed in the com- from the local board were: Ter-
Cards
of Hallmark Gifts guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.R. TUT- date. Baptist Church Rev. Harris, pastor munity. willegar, pearsbn, Odom, Faulknerand
and nipseed( and attended the Georgia- Oct. 31 Halloween Lake Butler, Fla. Friday Nov. 7, and Starling.
Friday was
Th.OHIc*Shop The local Board will meet Nov. 10 at
S.C. football game in Athens. Dress Up Day at school. A treat was Royal Tabernacle Baptist Church Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist -
I II0W.CoIlII.Ilork.'U.576. J. 12 noon at the Holiday Inn and the
given to all the students with Hershey Rev. Robinson pastor, Jackson Church: Monday 8 p.m. Brothers
Did You Know' bars being given out to the winners ville. Sunday School 10 a.m. Supt. in Raymond Blye and Raymond Daniels general meeting of the Bradford-
That Srark Now The winners in each category were as charge. Morning Worship 11 a,m., the sponsored a program on behalf of the Union group will be at The Garden
Mrs. Lila Caldwell underwent Hat o Full Line follows: s Dinner will be Rev. Billy Hull. triple choirs anniversary. Tuesday Restaurant Thursday, Nov. 20, at 7:30:

urgery Monday in North Florida al Hallmark Cords Kindergarten third grade: Sc..... will be served immediately 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 6:30: p.m. All Realtors and Realtor-
rgional Hospital.Mr and CHltT riest Scott Durban and Brian King; after morning service. Communion Blyes Circle will go to Jenny SewelT, Associates are invited to attend.

The Office Shop Most Original or Unique Todd Hall and benediction. Prayer meeting Is 8 p.m. Rev. John P. Franklin will be ..........
and Mrs. M F Haien have had 110 W. Call St. and Carmen Barber; Carries out the held every Wednesday 7 p.m. the guest speaker of a two day .'
*visitors Mr and Mrs. Purvis Hazenf Stark.-*64-S744 Halloween Theme-Joey Shuford and Pleasant Grove United Methodist revival- the theme.. of ,:which is""Crusade .. m ... rm,fT Vf''" "
Ocala on Wednesday of last week, Tonya Ann Tatum. Church: There will be a selling In the for Christ." Thursday 7:30: Vernie Odom, Education Chairirfjln ,
,ubrey Hazen of Gainesville on Fri- Fourth Seventh:'Scarrlest Kevin annex of the church innIng ,Hour. Friday a R>m..,the- 2nd announ !:dq!t p ay t{ nv! ,Ivl:
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BV. Mr. and Mrs. O,G. Strayhorn of Sprow and Teresa- Wilkerson; Most at 11 a.m. The public is invite All night of the Crusade/or Christ Satur-..' .Orientation Coucse fwillNov. be, ..tfl .i.hl
r'lldwood on Sunday and Winfred < Original or Unique Dale Tetstoneand members are asked to cooperate. day 12 noon Dinners will be sold, Sun- 12 at I p.m. at the Chamber of
Iflren of Gainesville on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of Crissy Prescott; Carries out the Ml. Morlah United Methodist day 9:30 Sunday School, 11 a.m. Morning Commerce. All Realtors and
Jacksonville were weekend guests of Church Associates who have not taken the
Halloween Theme Best Chris Dur- : Sunday School only. The Worship 5 p.m. Deaconess
Mr, and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller., '* ban and Sheila Tew. Choir anniversary will be sponsored Board Meeting 6 pm. Women's course are urged to do so. Those who

Ir and Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook and The judges for this contest were November 14, 8 pm. You are invited. Home Mission. Monday 8 p.m. Sister are planning on taking the course are
iiighter Mrs Lee Hardenbrook and Owen Alvarez, Charles and Mrs. Ernestine Register Mrs. Lavon Antioch Baptist Church: Thursday Gertrude Covington and Blond Eva asked. to call Vernie Odom at 964-7700.

>n. and Mrs Nelson Green attended Rudolph Hutcheson Vernon Crosby, Dl vas and our special! guest, Mr. Risby. I
Buck Norman and Wayne Parks
IP wedding and reception of Don who former
Powell
Larry was a
ardenbrook's niece, Janice Sellers returned Saturday after two. weeks teacher at Lawtey Elementary RIj%, in rijjouiM J IMS*
Robert Thorn on Friday night at hunting In Colorado and Wyoming. School. Santa Fe Com. College Fall Festival That l/mivvnnvw Starke Now' ((tlll'.,' I'hllol"I ieasdiHas
Methodist Church in Hilliard. '
te r '" >'nuo! '
Gareth and Becky Jones, Mac and a Poll Line "b'iowj
Carol Baldwin, Al and Marge Carlisle unique experience to a large and ap- of Kallmark'Cbds', .it, 79C '('1'1: :
Mrs. J.C Wallace of Jacksonville
Santa ,
Fe Community College will '' lobroUwoiil no bnll'tqor'r''h.
audience. Hailing from lhe' 'r-' '&.":", "
attendedthe
and Gil and Jackie preclatlve HB Friday overnight guest of Mrs. Tampa Bay Bucks Crosby and New York Pvt. Carl A.Wilkerson '""IV. ;bring Its Fall Festival to a close- bush country oC Africa, the dance \ ; QIfie.3h 'r -wmut mace tlnuo3I :
VI Richarde She was accom- ( ;Thursday night, Nov. 13, with an ap interspersedwith' "' ";''': I 9 0'T Xr"1'"BM' )uolurialioVWa1
mied here by Mrs. Leo Wiggins who Giants football game in Tampa on 'JI'f"? r 'tI,)learanoe by the Blair String Quart, numbers were and tribal customs of ;'G Pill.{ 3'11' nsv3 .)|OT"j
stories legends Starlc
lent the night in Hamptjon with Sunday. Private Carl A. Wilkej t/licn .pf, uniqu6 musical combination of .,'jjn, '(8 TlldelloibiovO-VartJi I *
'natives/ and both attended the Staterm Mr. and Mrs. James L. ,Wilkqn ( 'ti tfaleDt;, imagination and expertise. their country. ,' 9tt1,!! 7siinol 8i llBO evil lads 189)9imi )
reunion Saturday as well as Dr. Mrs. J.H. Moncrief returned last Lawtey, recently com elol"J rr c'. :1 I;;' This third and last attraction of the ".'Yt. '. >inll .ml in iB9W(
.f t Mrs. H.J, Kucerar of Boynton Thursday after a weeks visit with Mr. training at Fort JacksonSc;; : : t.'1960 season will start at 8 p.m. in the s300'
and Mrs. R.W. Underlll and family in During the training student here .
'ach "Starke Woman's Club. There is no admission .. '('11'1
Indiatlantic.Mr. ed instruction In drill and cerelWlonJet .
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and the dub
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charge, public is cordially a IJ
Did You Know weapons, map readln /H..jt J_;. invited! T t brisllaT
f That Storks Now and Mrs. Leslie Galufha of military courtesy, military- Justice. *.2:.- rb t7 647 |w li Us
Hat a Full Lino Tavares were Friday guests of Mr. first aid and Army history and tradi- Acclaimed as superb Instrumentalists Y.9nTeoasol

i al Hallmark Card and Mrs. Homer Stearns.Mr. tion. A. --+ .. the quartet maintains an ac- n9 Is
end Glf .r ;;: ,Uve schedule of concerts and recitals l i 8HO
011I.. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers visitedMr.
'h. Shop rte'Homecoming throughout the U.S., playing a varied 8 prirbuajwoM
: 110 W. Call st.Stark.9646764. and Mrs Robson Duffy ID Hampton Beulah Baptistcc program of music to please all tastes. p \!
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Beulah Baptist ChurchIng om- WaUand" Lee Joiner violinists; .2 bnsiaJ8R3
Clarke; Elk Lodge members and Did You Know is being held this uaday ,. (Kathryn Plummer,violist; and David RHFFFTtJtltlt 7
tolr ladies attending the District November 9. There will be in vlolist. .
('puty of Northeast District visitan That Stark Now the afternoon. Everyone is invite to :Vwrferkooi, JAI t ,1.1"
of the
Hat a Full Line T i Last Thursday's presentation I i i0: eUHobllua
;> at the St Augustine Elks Lodge attend. k'
of Hallmark Cordi 3!frsbangl: Family Dancers brought a 9U
Wednesday night were: George
c> Margaret Brown Herb and and Gifts o td I tilt! ho
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irovide all services which are available at laid facility to persons who are
inable to pay These services will be made available at charge and will be

wised on the applicant's gross family Income, on a first-come, first-servt
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Bradford County Hospital will provide services for no compensation to al
Arsons eligible under Category A of the Office of Economic Opportunity
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Gainesville Bradford High's Tornadoes Unless Bradford High elects to II .t'4lltr I
petition for a move back into the same district I
caught that most dreaded of with old rivals Palatica and Augustine the district opposition for Tornado i' II '.
football diseases Fumbleitls otherwise athletic teams for next year won't change a bit. II' .IT.Im
known as the Dropsies) The Florida High School Athletic Association released Its tentative .
10 times the Tornadoes laid the ball reclasslflcation format last week and the District 5-AAA league looks just as It 4{ .m
on the ground against Buchholz and has for the past two years with the Tornadoes being Joined by Gainesville High.
eight of the ten came to rest in the Eastside Buchholz, Live Oak, and Alachua Santa Fe.
hands of a Bobcat. Now at 3-5 coming District 4-AAA will have at least one new look as Green Cove-Clay High has. ul. j jI'I
in the BHS bunch couldn't be pronounced been dropped down to class AA with the advent of Middleburg High. that leaves'only o.
totally fit for battle anyway Palatka, St. Augustine,New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Seabreeze In iWjnf.
but stricken with a case of the waxed 4-AAA but Middleburg which has no enrollment official figure yet as a first-year I'I' '.,
paws the Tornadoes were no match school, is expected to be placed In that loop. { p' 1(7.til(
for the 'Cats, who pounced on the New FHSAA Director Fred Rozelle explained Monday that because the the I
fumble-plagued BHS squad for a 3O AAA classification in Florida was becoming; too populous the enrollment boundaries *"?
victory that put Buchholz at 8-1 and Inline for AAA were squeezed down a bit. Now schools ranging In enrollment jrtfli.l..
for a November 21 District 5-AAA from 601 to 1430 students In the upper three grades will be classified as AAA a ,
championship match with Gainesville where the limits have been from 561 to 1440. .
High. BHS has 715 students In the upper three grades according to the latest enroll- 1 .1Who's
BHS coaches took turns shaking ment figures, making it easily one of the smallest AAA schools in the state. 7
their heads during last weeks I*?
debacle. The for the
cure hot potatoe M
Got Ball
the Bouncing
syndrome as long-sought as a brew
for the common cold. "I just hope that's the only carne I other six Hurse didn't hide behind the In a scene oft-repeated last week's game players from Tornadoes pictured In the scramble are Dale Buchanon, \\J",
"I don't have the slightest idea of ever coach that goes like that,' Hune dampened field as an excuse but BUS and Buchholx search for the bouncing ball after a 'urn70.. Frank Swindell. 75, Bruce Rehberg, 64, Darryl Thorn-' too
what made us fumble like that" a said after the nightmare. ""venever neither did he say the villain was bad ble. ton 24. and Mark Crews, 63.
distraught Tornado boss David Hurse had a game with that many fumbles" execution. "Only two of them were
aid Tuesday. After enduring the lopsided But even Hurse, now saddled with the result of poor execution," Hurse MLn'
loss in what he fully expected his first losing season since 1970 ((3-6-1 said after viewing the film. "The rest andr.d a e a a. a
would be another close battle Hurse then), got one laugh Tuesday,chucklIng of them we had the ball and just didn't fecMulm W.Caiman I,..fwt(Canaan ran I) M p t .16 bn.
had to sit through the games films- that "Let's Just say it wasn't our take care of it. We moved the ball for ...luM>yd.....(10.'_1Kb) District 5-AAA Volleyball"
movie that could be titled "Look MaNo )game," as he strayed from almost 200 yards ((191) against them, aw.w_OI... .wIM' .COeIJ( ) 1
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Hands!" The Bobcats fumbledfive describing the Bradford breakdowns. we only punted three times. I really c. I.,. M.(Om* .tldOftw /
Hwttor -l kid Is at Buchholz
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times and lost three to BHS "We've fumbled some before, but believe if we had hung onto the ball n Underway toVf ,'
players to contribute to the comedic' never like that. We don't even fumble 11 H..d.-n. IIf" idol ,
nature of (the ballgame. It was com- like that In practice when it's raining. =::. Ia9/.: The District J-AAA girls volleyball championships are being played at .tl
edy for Buchholx that is, a tearjerker "Now Buchholz caused about three FUMBLE-ITIS SA '! 9.411 ",OI.N.-.10 ,... Buchholz High In Gainesville this week, with Bradford High's Lady Tornadoes '
more
for Tornado fans and a horror flick of them with their aggressive play but on pg. one of the contenders.The r..1
for the coaches. the other six go to us." And for those ... -. _..... ,l-u. BHS girls, who ended a 104< regular season with a 15-4, 15-3 win over '
Ma 1N a.s.l4.s...._.Ioot f-S" Hawthorne Monday night, were to open the tournament against Live Oak
Wednesday night Nov. 5. If the Lady Tornadoes won that match they will go 'I
against top-seeded Santa Fe tonight, Thursday Nov. 6, In a 5 p.m. match.After
that Buchholz, the number 2 seed, takes on the winner of Wednesday's Eastside .
GHS match. Thursday night winners will square off In the title match Friday /
I Tornadoes and Bulldogs Match 2- Records night at 7 p.m.Admlllllion .
Is $1 for students and 11.50 for adults. '
The win over Hawthorne which Coach Inei Harvey labeled "nothing outstan .,it..
din ", Just a good team victory, tied this year's edition for the most wins ever 8 .: I
Working to rebound from last mention fumble at practice.' .,we wantit Juniors and will be more closely mat- the power-! or stacked-I. with the 10-3 1978 squad and was a winner in seven of Its last nine matches. The 1, I
week' embarasaing! 364) loss to off their minds. I've always believed -' ched with the Tornadoes in size and Larry McCook (56), a 6-3183 pound girls lost twice In close matches with Santa Fe, and split matches with Buchholz ., '
Buchholz Uie, BHS Tornadoes have a fumbling Is a mental thing It's just numbers than most of the opponentsthus linebacker, Is labeled a solid hitter on and defending champ GHS. .It
team with a mirror-image record a lack of concentration. You take that far. That's not to ,say the, defense. "I feel that we should do well," Coach Harvey said Tuesday.. "If.we play + j
i it
2-41-staring them In the face this FriB'untgeven football into the line-end then-Corset Bulldogs don't have some horses.: T together and play good setting volleyball we can do it." '. ,
d you) have it. We always tell people _,..Juniors Arent Hall., thWgh"the Mentis 1a */1 "' "that wWjH contAcfr-iirtfboof/ to tfe niade.**' .a Allen,("') are !two,o?.ther : identical the situations aren't. Bad l 'youCover' the-bs'll :wKW'the'secortei' most physical players In the state., 50-defcnse the "'ldtt'ihree weeks' ..
ford High teams are used to better hand. Obviously we haven't' always Hall, the son of Live Oak (and former Hurse said. "We're still working on a .1 i
things. This has been a hard-luck, done that but we didn't do it at all last Ocala Forest) coach Brent Hall goes couple of different things though." ,
down season for BHS. But for Live week." .1-2,240 and plays both ways at tackle i ,"Offensively I expect Live Oak to r{
Oak two victories signals a resurrec- Hurse said BHS is In good shape for while Allen, 6-0 215, the class AAA throw the ball quite a bit, 15 or 20 '.;.I...tr. '
tion. The Bulldogs are on their way the game and again stressed that state heavyweight wrestling champ times maybe and we may have to ua7 I
up. The 'Dogs broke a 17 game losing "We have to keep our mistakes to a as a sophomore, is the 'Dog throw the ball more. I expect to move !I
habit when they shocked Santa Fe minimum to win. There's no way we noseguard on defense and a swing the football The only team that has h .
14-0 three weeks ago. And If that can win playing the way we've been. man on offense. Allen sometimes stop us from moving the ball year IH.fl.
wasn't enough of a bitter pill for Northeast Live Oak will 1 show a young team line up as a wingback, and other Gainesville High School. We .
Florida teams the lucky of with 17 spots filled sophomores and times move In as a running back In. Just have to eliminate our mistakes."
which could count on one W on their 1M
record every year-it Live Oak ap- "R? an,
peared on the calendar,the Suwannee" ( :r.
County team turned around :and { 9iiIn'
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shutout Macclenny 7-0 the very next, "
week. Even though Eastsida escaped f ',\ .1'1... ....... !tin
with 7-0 verdict last night it's '
a Friday .. ." 0 miflhi
clear that Live Oak Is no longer the '" STARKERECYCLING
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weak sUUr..that won't'ihit.back,Thajg. ,,-.... ifi. .'IL.-:.."'- iini .
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'Dogs previewedthe wlrVxb* giving... '' .
Perry-TWfJwpowntXttne; !\ oncebeatenclub : .,.....'. ::.' 'f .
th>RIi !bckedr AM 't p-rll1ked .. gil I
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Tallahapsaa.. Lion a off 7-4 Friday night t. oI urd
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all it wqa1edbefefpulrreadering8-0.{ ) bus trIF
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They W.* Red the season with>!)
losses W Tallahassee Lincoln (7-33)( *
GHS (Qi4>), ltak. City (0023).n4BUChhu
(1J-% -'beOI'ft' facing'Perry., CENTER .
Now Buildogs-not/ only can vault INC
out of UM.league cellar J put with a win ,
Frida Id finish ahead of both BHS. 18.1uq'"
and Santa P 41'.and; Id a 'tie with. We Love to Pass the Buck .
Eastside for third in the loop .
"Llve>Oak ..1 Is. coming on strong;. i.. ...
BHS Coach David Hurse said of the ''II' Je
Bulldogs Tuesday.,, 'They've! Improved 1 ,
the last three weeks and look much ,A111111111111 tni.
better on film especially on defense. nif
And playing at their place If we turn

the ball over anywhere near the ..
did last week we '- -
number of times we -'-
won't be able to win." Complete Recycling
Hurse was, of course, referring to
last week's nine turnovers eight of
them fumbles, but this week he has ',tr! r All Types of Aluminum
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from the fleldhouse vocabularyj. All Sizes &' Shapes V'TN
"We talk about It a little bit but we dam
sure don't want to overemphasize the want
fumbles," Hurse said before practice WE BUY BIN
Tuesday. "We're not saying 'don't Etheridge Stops Cannon nil
fumble out there. We're telling themto Bradford's Kenny Etheridge, number 21, grabs Buchholi Tornadoes Franks Swindell, 73, Bruce Rehberg. 64, and .COPPER LEAD .AlUMINUM WCMitnoi. '
hang on to the ball. We don t even quarterback Sean Cannon on an option keeper. Kevin Reddish, II In rear pursue.
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JV's Bolles Versus TonightBradford I Big Weekend. for Cowboys : ?. ;., ;. 4 .. I IIt



High's lBaby Tornadoes was a big Homecoming weekendfor lost week J r.,Pee W trH 2rt. Ks>lone B
host the Bolles School the Bradford Cowboys Pop Kerry Hall turned the left side for a Keystone led 60 through the first
Bulldogs of Jacksonville at 7 p.m, Warner football teams as all four 00 yard TD run to open the game and period and the game was tied 6-6 all at
tonight Nov. 6, In the last JV.game of teams added to the' festivities with three plays later Robert Bellamy halftime but the second half was Wee
Jr. Pee
the season. wins. swept the left side for a 30 yard Cowboys as the Bradford
The BHS jayvees lost to visiting The unbeaten Jr. Midgets stayed touchdown romp as the Cowboys" team rolled] past the Sleelers 20-6 last

Buchholz 190 last week falling that way with a 360 trouncing of opened the game In a blaze. John week. Bradford
behind 13.points early but hanging Keystone while the Jr. Pee Wees David Francis booted the conversion Keystone had scored after a
tough In the second half A last- racked up the biggest scoring out kicks both times to put the Bradford fumble to take an early 6.0 lead
25
minute scoring chance failed at .the burst with a 47-0 whipping of the team up 16-0. but Timmy Seeley busied free for a .
Bobcat goal line Steelers. The Jr. Pee wees won 26.6 After Keystone failed to. move the yard TU run that tied the game In the

A long run by Vince Culverson 9 ( I and the Mitey Mites handed Keystoneits ball and punted Bellamy returned the second quarter.Darrin .
brought the Bradford club Into Bobcat third shutout of the day 32:0. kick 43 yards for a TD and though the Paterson picked off a
territory and Culverson hit Bruce kick failed the Cowboys led 22-0 at Keystone puss after half!ime to set up
Simmons on a swing pass to the 21. A Pe Vres 47-Kevnton U hnlftime (the gn.ahead score, a 10 yard
facemask on a sack of Culverson The Bradford Cowboy Pee Wees Bellamy opened the second half scamper by Seeley.Ron Thomas add-
pushed the ball to the 14 and another romped Keystone's Steelersin with a 31.yard s'orlnllscamper andFrancis' ed a five yard scoring run to cap a 40
pass to Melvin Randclls put the Baby last Saturday's 2 p m. game conversion left Bradford up yard march and another long drive
Tornadoes at the 'Cat seven yard line The Cowboys,. who upped their. 300. Francis tacked on a 9 yard 11) wax capped by Greg Wiggins' 15 yard
with just seconds left. Finally, a record to 3-4 with the big win got scamper as the third quarter ended to run for the final 26-6 lead.
halfback from Larry Long to The Jr. Pee Wees now 2.5 for the
pass 1 three touchdowns from Scott Anders wrap up the Cowboys seventh victoryof t
Handles in the end zone fell just short and a score apiece from Cecil the season at 7-0. season, were led defensively by "
liS time ran out. Jackson. John Hamilton, Wendell Defensively the Cowboys' shutout Seeley. who had 7 tackles, and Dale
The BHS team had seen another 4 +'n Shanks and Carey Mize Mize return effort was led by Aaron Mathews Brow, John Berry,Dane Clark,Rob-: f
chance to get on the Scoreboard In the ed an interception for his score. Jimmy Hankerson, and Keith Gill- by McKuu, and Wiggins all with *f
List five minutes of the third period Also singled out for their offense In ingham with 9 tackles and assists stops. ?,
with Buchholz up 130. Tony Bell Seeley totaled 64 yards t rushing to
the game were Stacey Bowen Gary each, Lonnie Hamilton and Tony
scooped up a Buchholz fumble and Muffed Pass Attempt Wise and Allen Parker while the Davis with 7, and Tony Diggs and top the ballcarriers whileWigginshad

rumbled down to the Bobcat 23. Two \\1111 !Bruce Minimum, number :.U and Lam ,olllC, number :.M, defending a shutout defensive effort was led by Doug Samons 5 apIece. 50 and Patterson*' James
tuckle-breaking runs by Long moved Itiithlml/ mritcr can't latch on to the football. Shawn Jackson Michael Stillwell', Clinton Jenkins and Mike Chapple McNeal had an Interception and 25
BITS to the nine yard Imp but a penalty Chris Crlbbs, Ernest Whitley, and recovered fumbles Francis and yard return. Jl
and a sack moved the Bab, Tornadoes Mike Alvarez Chapple combined to block a punt,
back and Culverson's 4th- and Simon Mitchell intercepted a :MilevMIlestIKeSloneU!
and.27 pass. was Intercepted.. line, and Eric Mclenaghan, Bennett, 33 before they fumbled the ball back. Jr. Midgets::111. Keystone 0 pass to end Keystone drives. The Mitey Mites got their fifth
BUS stopped Buchholz two more and Long stopped a BuchhoU run up and Buchholz Immediately drove In The unbeaten Bradford Cowboys shutout of the ,season according to
Simmons broke a for the A 5.V' .n. 0 0 0 0..0 coach Itichar' Wimpy with a solid
times as up pass. the middle on a 4th-and 7 play. clinching score long run scored three times on their first seven C b.r. 11010. 14
Conners dumped a Bobcat stopped by Handles the 'Catsto total team effort(
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fumbles laid to rest all scoring Pans. 99&, 69 .. a a w3 u
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direct results of Bradford bobbles. 1' RINSO
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later QB Sean Cannon snuck across senior DACOLOH ROLLS DRVRLOn0
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Records ShatteredIn I Men's Flag FootballThe I [;.[!Ji:':g l1i:; : :((rl! I

league-leading Music Men won puss-and-pttch play that covered 40
their seventh straight and once- yards,and Dale Haas and Roger Ben-
BMS XCountrySchool beaten Kitchen's Tile rolled over the nett received. conversion point Youth Basketball 9 starting at 3:15: p.m.
Sweathogs 59-0 In Starke Men's Flag throws All games will held In the Old Armory
Football action last Sunday. It was 28-0 KT at the half. Sign-Ups UnderwayThe (across from Bradford High.

and course records were rewritten in both the girls and boys races while Starke Recreation Department "
14th period won both team titles at the Bradford Middle School Intramural Cross Kitchen's 511-Sw euthoRn 0 is Just about ready to start its lwio-81
I Country Championships Tuesday, :Musk Mm' 47-Law If> 12
Wayne Teston scored 27 points by youth basketball season with Special Olympics
I Linda DeWitt and Paul McKinney were the record setters, with Linda winning himself as Kitchen's Tile rode Glen Beaver DeSue scored two registration lasting through
I the title for the third straight lime, touchdowns and eight players got Into Arc Thursday
chopping her school and course record way roughshod] over the Sweathogs Stt-0 December 2.
1 down from 12.:0310: 11:45: for the 2 miles McKinney, like Linda an eighth grader. last Sunday afternoon crunched the scoring act as the Music Men The program will be for boys and The Bradford County Special OlympiCS I
Iran 10:49: to rewrite the boys records. Teston took In three TD passes from week Lawtey's Saints 47-12 last girls with age groups being 7-10( and basketball competition for men
| The team race, with teams made up from each period's P.E. classes saw an Jackson Prevatt and another from 1113. Age determining dale Is tally retarded citizens of Bradford
easy girls victory for 3rd period but McKinney and the other 4th period boys Just Gene Raulerson to lead the KT scor- Ulysses Dommon, Harold November 15, 19110. County Is to be held today, Thursday I
Idicl shave 3rd period, 44 points to 49 for the title ing parade which Included ten Chandler, Mike Chandler, Milton There is no charge for'the' program Oct 23, at Bradford Middle School.
I The winning girls team was made up of Monica Berry Charlotte Berry,Stacey players. Baker,and Elva Hampton also scored but all children must wear tennis or Compclition.starts at 9 a.m. Thurs
Reddish, Maxine Fraelick, Melissa Randolph, and Karen Kimutis. the boys six-pointers, while quarterback basketball shoes. day:
champs were McKinney Ray Couey, Ray While, Hay Sorrclls. James Davis,' William Muse'caught a TD pass and Christy Chandler and Ross Chandlergot Practice for 7-10 year olds will be
Calvin Thomas, and Doug Heaton. ran for a two-point conversion, David on the board with conversion Monday, Dec. 1. and Wednesday
I "Both races were fantastic races" said BMS Coach George Loper McGinn caught an 18 yard scoring points. Dec. 3. Games beglnon December 8, DistrictIs
J-Everybody was especially pleased with Linda's 10.45: and Paul's 10:49.: those toss from Raulerson and a one- and will be played at 3:13: and 4 p.m. X-Country
lare outstanding times for eighth graders.Of course we had real good weather for pointer, Gene Melvin collected a 30 Cleo Johnson threw to Dwight at the Old Armory. Friday, Nov. 7
lit today and the student body pretty much came out to cheer their teams on." yard pass from Prevatt for 7 and then Barber for one TO and Jeremiah Practice for 11-13 year olds will be The that class AAA
scored another TD wild Rauler Johnson went to Alvaughn Golden for held race every
on a on Tuesday, Dec 2 and Thursday school the has been aiming for
T. son Teston to Erie Biggs to Melvin another score for the Saints Dec. 4. Games will begin on Dec. since season's area start the District
Top n Finishers
Cross Country Championships will
be run at St. John's River Community
GIRLS BOYS College in Palatka Friday, November
11)) Undo D.Witt.4th 11:45 1)) Paul McKInney( ,4th 10:49 7.
12)) Monica Berry,3rd 13:48: 19 teams are in the district but some
Crews 2nd 10:54 Grads Make
2)) George BHS Good Department :
13)) Charlotte Berry 3rd 13:53: may not be represented by full teams
3)) Stanley Brown, 5th 11:44 Friday 1 Depending on how many full
I 4)) Carle Coburn,.th 14:09: 4)) Chris Thomas, 3rd 11:45 Three recent BUS graduates made the news for their col- Out of Gainesville comes word that Lawrence Patrick squads show up the top four, five, or
5)) Sandra Kan. 2nd 14:17 5))Tony Davis, 3rd 12:00 legiate feats this week. has moved up to number two at defensive end after the injury six will qualify Region meet to be run
I 6)) Vancisa Hampton. 5th 14:42 6)) Ray Couey.4th 12:04 of Yancey Sutton Patrick, a star linebacker for the the following Saturday, Nov. 15, in
I 7)) Stacey Reddish, 3rd 14:43: 7)) Lee White. 6th 12:08 Former Lady Tornado track-cross country star Cindy Tornadoes through 1977, Is listed behind former Eastside Tallahassee
I 8)) Polly Crlfll, 5th 14:52: Griffith, now running for Santa Fe CC,qualified for the Na- defender Val Brown now 'We're right in there with North
8)) Ray White.4th 12:19 tional Junior College Cross Country meet in Idaho with an And Andrew Carter,a 1,000 yard runner for BUS in 197, Marion and St. Augustine for that
| 9)) Donna Parada, 2nd 15:05 9)) Frank Long, 5th 12:22: eighth place finish at the state meet In Cocoa last weekend. scored a touchdown and caught a pass for Tuskegve In- sixth spot" Coach George Loper has
1 10)) Moxln. Fralick, 3rd 15:15 10)) Greg Sweat, 6th 12:28: She ran 20:20: for the. 3.1 mile layout, still well off her per stitute but the Alabama school still was whipped by Florida said. The Lady Tornadoes are led by
sonal best. A&M Tiffany Griffis and Jennifer Nix while
the rebuilding Tornado boys have
been led by sophomore Gerald
Gullion in the last few meets.
Youth FlagFootball
Monday NightWomen's

Tennis :

Four players took singles victoriesin \
7-9 Year Olds
Monday Night women's tennis
PLUS CASH SAVINGS ON YOUR league play last week.
Od.20- Rhonda Griffis topped Debbie
Broncos II. BUCK 7 Wright 8Marie Wynn beat Kathy
OTAL FOOD BILL Kirby Joe Hildebran ran 40 yards Milliard 8-1, Bobby Sue O'Brien
for one TO and pitched a 34 yard( passto outstoked Colleen Pike 8-3, and Lor-
Sebrina Ford, who ran the lust 22 rettu toss edged Phyllis Huggins 9-7
yards, for another score as the Bron- Play continues each Monday nightat
cos held off the Bucs last Wednesday the Pratt St. courts.
YOU CAN'T Bo Bishop hit Link Bishop for a 20 ,
5 S I ; BUY BETTER yard touchdown pass for the BUCK

SHOULDER ..80 WHY Cowboys IN-('OIlK 0
GROUND Chuck Mullins tossed 20 yard TO Colts Top9thGraders
S a PAY MORE? strikes to Donnie Francis und Chris
Noegel after running 18 yards for a al
score to pace the Cowboys.

North Marion's freshman toppedthe
10-14 Year Olds BUS th-graders 26-0'ln Starke

S 0Y BUY-1 GET-1 Nov. 4- Tuesday night, handing the first-year
Oilers 14-Ita ms H Tornadoes their fourth straight loss.
(overtime) The Bradford High team's final
FREE A Dan Duffy to Andy Nguyen pass chance to become the first BUS ninth
won the game In overtime as the griidtunit to win a game comes this
I WISE Oilers topped the Rams Tuesday. Tuesday night, Nov. 11, when It
Duffy had caught Robert Taylor In travels to Baldwin to take on the
RIDGIES the end zone and then threw 20 yardsto smaller class AA Eagles.JV .
.. NOV.STNIR,Rsa/fs NOV. 11. 15.O.oawl.rIT f Nguyen to put the Oilers ahead but Couch Kick Stevens said the
J.vf $ Ra.esvea POTATO the Rams tied the game at 8-8 when highlight for BUS Tuesday was good f
I'' ( $: f I ; Taylor fired to Shawn Binder for a TD defense for most of the first half He :
.w .v w R-ra+rM7 S '.Arl ?" : "... and then again for the two-point con credited Hobert Carver, Wayne

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Chuck'8teak. *278 outdid the down the first half after the Colts
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:I 1st Perfect Record Wins Grid Contest 'st

:t Starke's Vorease Jones became a rare two-time winner of the Telegraph Football Contest
I when she hit all 12 games on the button and then won the tiebreaker over two other con
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I testants last week. 1
Even as a double expert (she. for the first time two years ago) the Florida Bank teller still
I said it wasn't all her doing she gave some of the credit to her husband Randy
""ve got to admit he helps me out a lot" Vorease said with a winner's smile;Tuesday
"We pretty much picked the same but on a couple of them I'd take the ones I wanted and _
:I he'd pick the others for an upset. I got lucky and the ones I picked different were right."
Terry Games and Gary Robinson also had perfect 12-for-13 scoresheets but Vorease's _
tiebreaker pick of 32 was closer to the final 36-0 count In the Buchholz-BUS game than
Gaines'pick of 31 and Robinson's guess of 27



RULES OF THE GAME... Mrs. Vorease '

Jones
CONTEST RULES:

1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their im3)) In case ofl.e we will u..th.total
points scored In the
mediate families are welcome to .nt.r, but there I Is a Bradford
County High School each week
game (except
limit of one entry per perion each week. the Tornadoes
open week) as tiebreaker. Please fill In
the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and
2)) The entry must be on on official) blank from the their opponent combined In the tiebreaker blank. For instance
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH since the score In last week's BHS game was
office before 4 p.m..ach Friday afternoon. Fill In all the Maccl.nny 17, Tornadoes IS the correct total score was
blanks with either the name of the t.am you think will 32 points.
win or "tI. If you think the game will end In a tie. The
person who picks the most games right will win the top 4)) All decisions of the judges are final.

prize. ...
LIMIT: ONE ENTRY PER PERSON! NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! ''
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LEGAIMOTSCBSTATS. dance., with the local Township. 6 South Range Florida 32091. The IN' TH*CIRCUIT COURTOF original with the clerk of You ore further given' and daslgnaNd.. by .
VEMtCU : Government; Cam .23 Eat, out of parcel Legals name and address of ,; THE EIGHTH this Court before service. NOTICE that a copy of the ,plan' of Rural'
SEALED BID SALE :. .Bfehenslv. Planning Act 2Wt-OOIOO 4o build end. .' the personal reprwen. <' JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN on Petitioners attorney aid proposed ORDINANCE Residential be rezoned
NOV. |t, IWM '. of 1979..provided form. operate. mlnlstarago and tallve't attorney' are. >*t c' AND FOR' BRADFORD o* 'Immediately .Is available for to BH and designated
6 Vans Chapter 163 of, the commarclol' ktorogo.Vow the plan as Rural forth below: COUNTY, FLORIDA. thereafter: otherwise a Inspection at th*of Highway Business the
S Station Wagon Florida Statute*. or* further given. Residential, .be rezoned. All... persons having judgment will be entered your of the Directorof' property of TOMMIE
5 4-Or, Sedans TO:.All Citizens Tax- NOTICE that a copy ol to MB end designated. claim or demands Case No. 8O409CA. for the relief demandedIn Zoning and Planning CASON JR., described
5 Pickup Trucks and other. 'In- sold. proposed ORDINANCE Business A Marine. theproperly against the estate are 'In re: The Marriage of the petition. Bradford County Cour: a* follow.i Ih,...
Ayers
1 Bl .. .persons I I.available for 'of LOUIS V. required: WITHIN LONNIE OLIVE Husband WITNESS my hand and 'hau... 510'..., Florida. quarter (%) of on acre
2 Jeeps your Inspection at the. office FEMRI, .described 01 THREE MONTHS FROM .vs HELLEN OLIVE. the seal of this Court on Each and every.person 'located 3. mile Northwest
I Cab A Chaotic You and each ol you of ton Director of fellows' : Two ((2) acroi .THE DATE OF THE FIRST Wife. .October 6. 1980. having any ,Interest of Starka on the.
2-Ton Irk are hereby and herewith Zoning and Planning. located 3Vi miles Southof PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEOF Gilbert S. Brown As whatever In the enact West Me of Hwy 100 In
1 Van/From given' notion ''In accordance Bradford County CeurthouM Keystone on East side NOTICE la file with the ACTION Clerk. of the Court. By ment off this proposed Section 23 Township 6
May be Inspected at with Florida' Starke, Florida of Santa Fa; Lake .In Sec- clerk, of the above. court' TO: Nation Olive, c/o Marian McRoe, o.'D.pue ORDINANCE should appear South Range East,out I
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Union Correctional Institution Statute that the Board 'Each eve parson tlan 1:township 9 South, a written statement of Jim Slacker Case ty Clerk. and Its heard at the of parcel. 0771-00900 to
Molar Peel. ol County Cammliloner having 'Interest Range 22 foil, parcel any claim or demand Mobile Homo Park 10/16 4tchaM/6. time and place .prescribed. build and operate a
P.O. Box 221, 101......,.. ( at- Bradford ,",-. ''n the enact- d. 4238. .known as Ferrl'i they may have. Each 223 Wilkinson Blvd. general grocery .,.....
33083 For InformationCall County. Florida 'havedesignated fount of this proposed Lodge. to operate a fish .claim must bo In Charlotte NC 28200. NOTICE OF APPLICATION BOARD OF BRADFORD' You are further given,
9044311212. the Bradford ORDINANCE should ..... camp and marine' faclllVou writing and must Indicate YOU ARE NOTIFIED FOR REZONING COUNTY COMMIS. NOTICE that a copy of
tchg 11/6. County Zoning and Planning pear. and b.*hoard at the **. the basis for the that an action for AND AMENDMENT OF SIONERS. t .aid/ proposed ORDINANCE .
Board to conduct a time and.OAID'OfI.RADIOIID place Proscribead. ere further given claim. the. name and Dissolution of marriagehas THE LAND USE PLAN By //Gilbert S. Is available. for
NOTICE public hearing' at a I NOTICE that a.copy of address of the creditoror been filed and you An ORDINANCE amending Brown Clerk. load 11/6 your Inspection at the of-t

INTENTIONTO regular meeting held 01 sold proposed Oft hit' agent or attorney are required to serve a the Comprehensiveland NOTICE OP APPLICATION flee of the Director of
REGISTER 7:30 In the COUNTY COMMIS. DINANCE Is available the Use Plan Element. and '
p.m. County s and amount copy of your written FOR REZONING Zoning Planning
Commission, .SIONERSBetween. Inspection at the office and Map by Bradford Bradford Courthouse
FICTITIOUS meeting your claimed. H the claim Is defenses, If any. to II, AND AMENDMINT OF County
NAME .room,,,Bradford County, By. //Gilbert S, of the Director of not yet due the date on the petitioners attorney County Florida/ 'In accordance THE LAND USE PLAN Starke.. Florida.ICIdt'and .
Courthouse,, Stork. *. Clerk/ Itpd 11/. Zoning and. Planning' when It will become whose name with the 'local An ORDINANCE... every person
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Pursuant to Section Florida' on TU.Mav. Bradford County Courthouse due shall be .tat.... If and address Is MACK S. Government Comprehensive the having any Interest
845.09, Florida '''''ut... November 33. 1980 and .NOTICE OF APPLICATION 110....., Florida. the claim Is contingentor FLITCH P O. BOX) 10S4.STARKE. Planning Act ding U..Comprehensiveland Plan Element' whatever. In the enactment
notice )I. hereby given .make. a recommendation, FOR REZONING Each and every person unliquidated the FLORIDA of .1973 a*provided for. In and Bradford of this proposed
by
that the undersigned" to the Board el County AND AMENDMENT OP having any 'Interest nature of the uncertain 32091. on or before Chapter 163 of the County.Map Florida: In accordance ORDINANCE should optima .
CARl D. MINX. 109 N. Commissioner. end the THE LAND USE PLANA"ORDINANCE whatever In the enactment ty .hall be italsd. If th* November 21, 1980 Florida Statutes. with tho local poo'and be hoard at the
Temple Av.., Sta......, FI Board will consider' on amending of this proposed claim I I. secured, thesecurity and .11. the original' TO All Citizens Taxpayers Government Comprehenslve and place prescribed.
3201. ole owner doing Monday. December. 1. the ComprehensiveLand ORDINANCE should appear shall be with the clerk. of this and other interested Planning Act -
1980 at the Hid Use Plan' Element. and be heard at the persons OF
business' a. CULLIGAN some described. The claimant Court either "before service of 1973 Tor' In BOARD BRADFORD
WATER CONDITION CO. place at 10;00 A.M. an. and Map by Bradford time and place! prescribed. shall deliver sufficient on Petitioner's attorney You and each of you Chapter as provided 163 of th COUNTY COMMIS.
ol 'Stork,"f intend ..to Ordinance relating! to: County.Florida, In oocor-' copies' ol the or Immediately' ore hereby and herewith" Florida Statute. SIONERS.By .
register" Mid fictitious The. .ol the dance with the. local BOARD OF BRADFORD claim to the clerk to thereafter; otherwise a given notice In accordance TO: All Cltlieni. Taxpayers /s/Gllbert S.
romping
name under the provl- following/ described Government Compreherulve COUNTY COMMIS enable the clerk to moll judgment will be with Florida' and other' Interested Brown, Clark Itpd 11/6
.ion. el aforesaid property Planning Act SIONERS.. ana copy to each personal entered for the relief Statutes that the Board .
talute. and amending theComprehensive of 1973 as provided In By //Ollbert S. representative.All demanded 'In the pell. ol County Commissioners persons NOTICEOPPUBUCHEARING
Dated this 6th day-of' Land ,Chapter 143 of the Brown Clerk.' ; Itpd" 11/6 persons InterestedIn .lion. ef Bradford You and each of you
November. A.D. I960 In Use Plan to provide that Florida Statutes.: the estate to whom o WITNESS my hand and County. Florida' hove are hereby and herewith. The District 'III" Mental
Bradford' County 11/6 land currently zoned TO:..All Citizens, Taxpayers IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT copy of this Notice of the seal of this Court on designated the Bradford given notice In occor- Health, Board Inc., will
MIC and designated! by FOR BRADFORD COUN dance with Florida
County Zoning and Planning -
4tchg 11/27. and other Interested Administration has October 15. 1980. hold a public hearing for
the plan o* !Rural' TY. FLORIDA. PROBATE Statutes that the Board
Board to conduct a
cllliens of Bradford and
mailed
.been Gilbert S. .
person are required Brown. A.CI.rk
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Residential, .be rezoned DIVISION. File NO.. WITHIN THREE of the Court By: public hearing at a of County Commissioners Un''_.Cou"".. ot the
FOR REZONING to MS. and designated' You and each of you 70-406-CP.(1-3560)( ). MONTHS FROM THE Marian McRaa, as regular meeting held. at of Bradford Bradford County School.
AND AMENDMENT OF Warehousing the pro-. ore hereby amt lea rewith In re: ESTATE OF AN- DATE OF THE FIRST Deputy Clerk.' 7;30 p.m. In the County County Florida' hove Board. 582 North Tempi.
party of LEO DE SUE JR., DREW ANDERSON. the Bradford
THE LAND USE PLAN given notice In accor'donee PUBLICATION OF THIS 10/16 4tchg 11/6. Commission meeting designated Avenue 'In Starke beginning
An ORDINANCE described as follows: with!! Florida Deceased. NOTICE to file objection .. room Bradford CountyCovrthous County Zoning and Planning at 6:00 p.m on
amen any
Two and .. : .. '
-hol(3'( /,). NOTICEOF .
ona '- x Slarke, Board to conduct a
ding' the Comprenenilve-- .. Statute rhat"TK/ Relatedof 1 they may havethat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Thunday. November 13
Land Use Plan Element acre (located 2 mile County Commissioner .. ADMINISTRATIONTO challenges th* OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Florida on' Tuesday, public hearing at o I960. The purposoof this
and. Map by Bradford Northwest of Stark' on al .Bradford ALL PERSONS HAVING validity.' of the decor CIRCUIT IN AND FOR November 25. 1980. and regular' meeting held at hearing is to create, a
the West lido of C,. Rd. CLAIMS. OK 7:30 'In the
Florida have make a recommendationto : p.m. County ,forum for
County. Florida 'In occor- County dent's will. the BRADFORD COUNTY private
,229 .In .Section IB. designated the Bradford DEMANDS AGAINST qualifications of the FLORIDA. the Board of County Commission meeting Cltlsens. elected officials

County Zoning and Planning THE ABOVE ESTATE personal representative Commissioner, and the room. Bradford County consumers of our:
Board to conduct a AND ALL OTHER PERSONS or the venue or Case No. 80395.In ( Board will consider on Courthouse SIa'.... vice" or others to
"3bdn E. C51 lnuxr. public hearing at o INTERESTED. IN |jurisdiction of the ,.: The Marriage' ol Monday,. December 1. Florida on Tuesday. enhance she exchange of
,
,. regular meeting' .held at THE ESTATE: Court. HERBERT NORFLEET. 1980 at the same sold' November 25. 1980. and Information and give' all
ranch Off k. 7:30: p.m." Inthe County YOU ARE HEREBY ALL CLAIMS. Petitioner. Husband vs place at 10:QO A.M. on make a recommendationto Interested person a
Reg.Reel.Batata Broker. Commission' meetingroom NOTIFIED that the administration DEMANDS.. AND OB. ROBERTA NORFLEET, Ordinance relating to: the Board of County voice 'In decision. affecting .
Bradford County of tho JECTIONS NOT SO FILED Respondent Wife. The rezoning of the Commissioners' and tho the delivery of community
IS*W.Cell St. Courthouse,. 5'.'.... estate of ANDREW WILL BE. FOREVER NOTICEOF following described' property Board will consider on mental' health
5...... Florida' on Tuosday.November ANDERSON, deceased BARRED ACTIONTO and amending the Monday December. 1. and alcoholism' services.

944.5527 25. 1980. and File Number Date of th* first : Roberta Norf_'. Rt. Comprehensive Land I98O at the same sold .Th. District I Board h a
make a recommendationto 76.406-CP(1.2560)( ). Is publication of this 2. Box S8S, Hope Mill. Use Plan to provide that place at 10:00 A.M.' an citizen s group ...pon."-
DUPM6011s0aeS39,500 the Board of County pending In. the Circuit Notice of Administration NC 28348.: land currently' toned OR Ordinance relating to: .bla fore IS county area.
Commissioner* and the Court for BRADFORD : October 16. 1980. YOU ARE NOTIFIED and designated by the The rezoning ef the and need the 'Input. ot
'2 BR 1 ... LR, Kit.,en eec*......brick,.landscaped yard Board will consider' on County Florida. Probate /s/Winiam. Baker and that on action for plan' as Agricultural', be following described property any and all persons Interested
Monday. December ,.. Division. the address -' William Baker, Jr.. As Dissolution' of marriage rezoned to SR 3.1.1. and and amending the In Its planning
.
NEW LISTINGS 1900 at the. same sold of which Is Bradford Co.nanqllt.pr..n.toll hat been 'filed and you designated Hwy Comprehensive land and coordinating rote.
BeeuHful wesdsd corner let .R101-CR23S North. plan' at 10:00:: A.M., an County Courthouse of tho Estate' of are required to serve a. Business' the property of Use Plan to provide that 11/6 21chg 1 /3.'
Lerge frame house,4.....,, :2 bath. ; opt.en.....S2S.SMI Ordinance relating to: N. Temple Andrew Anderson copy of your. written ALLEN T. LEITH. described fond currently) tonmd

owner "_.... Avenue; Storke.. Deceoied.ATTORNEY. defenses If any. to It, on as follows: One half .
itore. downtown Shnke,.........:'''.110. 29% down The rezoning. of ton. Florida' 32091. The co- FOR PERSONAL the petitioners attorney ('4)) acre 'located 3 miles
too. following described property personal repreien- REPRESEN whole nome and address South of Storke. on the I I
..lock .blinding, an Ml North. Great ,business, ......... and amending' the tatlva of the estate Is TATIVE' J.J. WOLSERT I.MACK S. FLITCH West side' of Hwy 301 'In

-:3 BR. I Be. Greenhouse" Zone1 c-rc'eI. Comprehensive Land WILLIAM BAKER AND, JR. ".0.' BOX) 1084. "P O, BOX 1086. STARKE. Section 7. Township 7 -, I
Use Plan to provide mot WILLIAM BAKER. JR.* Starke. Florida 32091. FLORIDA 32091 on or' South Range 22 East .
Special lands currently' coned whose address Is P O. Telephone before, November 13. South portion of parcel I II
((904))
R1A and designated' by Bon 1084. Starke. 1980 and file the 4737 to use existing' r.lIJjUfJa rI
Beautiful comer .let at Country Clvb. Pint time enmerkef. 9445200. 4tchg 11/6. building for retail storatmrttt' ,>
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.I trailer perk, II trailer,. App ax. 6 ...... Fenced. I REALTY 1

.trailer perk,..II traUen.' 2 sit Irsm*'.ku.e> barn, slow :-. -'. .. '

prax. 22 acres. fenced ..."' ......... LABOR dawn ', .. .REAL -' ,< -- ... .. i
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,. We Hanoi. Rentals, *'* : TERWILUGAR 205 N. T itipU, Starke

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owner.COMMERCIAL Telephone 944- S'3
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One city block In downtown I....., |just welting for the. REALTY as-i.soe5"iMTOi
right ......_i. Great eppertunMy for downtown moll. __
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.I large warehouse.......*. ..100 ....ft. Need.fool. sn>. M N.TempleAve.Strk.H3M9l I '- J

l repair Ha floor end standing well '
V' INVESTOR DREAM .1..1"I U'hr 63 I rArtw'
l tfj 964-E93I. ;; t 221 Lafayette St.Acro.lf ram WltMrane _
\ .Income Property WIN Pay For Room .
'Restaurant an Ml N. ,Fully equipped.. S34.SOO with
"I timed c.apfrtment. complex.' Hendymen'espeffUMSoleiniaa
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( flO.OM...... .. .. Office. Space Per Rent.
owner-4 renew units, possibly t l:' 77
.(...all' frame. ........, Good hunting, and Hshlng. SM ft. from Okl.....* River. REALTOR.collective; w E -

.toil::! gigolo ........ Needs """'n..Iot4 | owner. 2 .lets for S2800.Pleose mark 2 e oed- Sre flood Villa Homes-Bossent Reed Starke. Fl*.aware a

Resbwit*'''/ epoilinsiit. ((4 B'. 4 BA). membership 2'4 O loop. beautiful secure molntonance free life style. Chares,
f fot t $1 IT.usp keyi.vftpei, iueee .,eve side." Zoned eommerclel. cell for ether properties.Box which may be used' ,only Tit_ comfort and quality describe the. 2 BR 1% B brick
en we
estate
>sels ...... by real g.rores- L.-."SOU" tewnhouses which feeture a Greet room efficient .kitchen
sionals end closets ..,....Your home con be customised.t*
J Ileep ft\ 1si 00e0U.' members. WhL.t: ; 2BR ,.. frame. town SIS.000 or Good 'or", .. suit your Individuality your reemslsos. end color
.3 BR 2 Bo. C/B house large outside building. Bes-
very scheme. Model will be .
...., ._ TIONALAssOCIATION seen ready keep wetcMnglIT'S

L .Afjoclate I FICR5LA.15RIAITY I OF REALTO se"and"8 '3M 3 BR,,Rdlrn5.,I'/i .:.: C/. house, large tot Orange Street. INCREDlBU

; subscribe to Its_. strict. :1 es*.IIt.- Be, Laura St. garden spot .house completely. We're People. In Touch With Peeplel.
l I 1585 T I Code of Ethics. = y ajIXjjfal ef Jrf SPECIALS

I. Phone 964-7700 jierlfoimeiiiaiei' ? EKtJ jContral H/A, large parch, rec. room en I ....
E43 Ac. Lawt. "Bate Skin
Real area formerly Ledge" S4O.000.
I Estate 393 N.Temple Avenue ....'.. Iw City.. 16 Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. hem, .kern, *tr_.....500.
.IIIID-CISE- '-Viollenueewi' .e*.*.. BeT, .4 _......11... ......,. > '
ReaEI ... Acres. Terms. B Beautiful lake Geneva 30V bosh 4 homes-Own
sell BMHsae Surge beautiful) let Green
0988 N. .PIDPIITIU I .IIC'' 'with Income..producing....... property !3 story Retch house next to .... Post Control can be I4O7 Milton Terrece-neorly new-many tre.-Sll.O04.
9647828r 'Temple 3 home en 1 '.. onto I t hoihe! el'rIomo commerclel. nice, site lot. .404 N. Cherry 2 largo nicely furs epts..Owner fin:
tomb" acre. el ......... Assumebktmortgage. 's ottagirirlHt I2S1 type frantage. en beautiful Black Creek, .20 acres, Rd. IOOW S27.990. Owner '....IK.... I

?, GEORGE NOW*, -o:Broker 1338 .MI..dt........ ,..II..D'ftO,.,."..

r .- ASSOCIATES 10 acres. will I Micro. ofblbebeirry .S SR 2 Bel!; C/B hem en Stern Reed.f 4 Home 4 :I acres In Breaker .n..

Weekends end Evening. Call Keystone Hgte 32886, ,. bushes. ...... i j 0,; clad.lth 3 M I ... Green house. .e.-Ifu..1 4 3-Story Classic. oittebelluni I acre SU.....

Richard Roberts 944-iltt. JudrmFlynn.9t4.E3MA 473-4903 j end horse stalls, 9 ." acre with. 3 BR I Be. frame home 4 Frm h._. peel workshop,.guest .house, .......).
..rt Godwin...-.."* Petsy Silos.94S7Norman bedroom Iou. F964 ...""t_. I IlimON' a CB ranch en Rd IOOE. "' .000.
Nodding*,944-S9so Join.. Smith. 944-4117 < ,...._ "MVetaeree with. very nice' S BR 1% both brick: veneer 1241 John Drive swimming. pool., thirties..
.- = > OWNERa MOVING weed .or home, variety. ef fruit 4 nut trees good posture 3 small 4 New brick :3 ... 23. 1600 so. ft. CH4A In city.

'HOMES-STARKE .BRADPORD sell 4 bedroom, 1'A both ......,. a Home wkshp-Rd.IMW 3 ... CHBA.PP. ..*... SSI....
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Walnut' St.3BR
Frame .home S .lots with werenouse- -
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ham with .Nearly new 3 BR 1% Oaths Parkweed SubuS33.4M.
en acre, fruit
2.. brick, nice. M-M4 Lafayette.JSR. MH In Svnris Perk. oaks Westmoreland. $ nice,
tree. Hot left ef I IIS a IIS Lot trees. *4I4 W. Adklns' frame 4M 1MB SI3.9M: Owner Rae.
IB. Black. Fenced US Plneweed Dr. _..letssed ...0..... extra. Just llitodCountry homo- with Wo .have beautiful building,, .lots .In City. .606 W. Alii"",. House A So a 1W let .11.....

.3BR, TAB. Black. nice. ISM ewing. ., I I''% .... ..... sewed trailer, full bath. 3 .lend from M acre. up to 429 ...... .Crystal' Lake Home MR 1MB fireplace. ......
Smell hem. rental ......,...-. Sew price-Cherry St.. .lln **le* In Bredfe f with. smell Morton County BO nice. ecres.Seeunful 4 3 BR IB Ranch CHBA I3A for ear..>$,.tI.JIt.t6I.: *.*.
Frame "home.H'S.deed. a naot.-"Pratt St. County .ear. ...... 56. ...... amEvenlngst "t otow... .In kitchen. douMo. gareg*. ,. 29Vt acres. with 49t pecan trees.4"well.2 sop.Ik 123 yr.old hem.(2f10.q.( ft.)......,...4 3 Ac-SM..Ot.s .
Frame .home, goad .....$..... 2M.2B-Perk "Piece.Larg lontr.A" a aloe built.. tanks. 2 fish. ponds fenced 4 cross fenced, nice' .tattweod Drive :3 M 2 B-Co.y a .snvsnl.nt.S3a.se.

*frame ...., If. yard B ......._.. Water. St. .IS era /w. b.Nerd... v....,. 001.Please.... Broker cell tH.... acre ef .lend. Pasture...... T.rmhCounty. s Furnished MH en IM Acres SM,BM. NOW.

'4 SR. M. large, screwed. .... room Ssermg St. .Stow. .par'awe ORI Phone' 944-3474. .3 BR .home .1.... Wilson Rd.. ....,.....

OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES Voted Andrew 964-7739 Nona-' Smell building'' In good location en Washington St. for 4 62I W. Adkliw. 2 SR. carport. ....... 010....
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.4B*. 1.. frame, .large let lefce Butler.JSR. end op. One....._.greet ream .Apartment beauty shop 4 berber- shop building, for- sol... BUSINESS orronuHll'llJ
fully equipped ..... ,70 w: Madison, farmer Mobil rre--Stl.BaS.
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7 ...-SEIBOE.3B grin .......... N or could changed. to type near 10411 S. W.I_, New. largo, were hoys....12.....
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*. JB. Stucco. Fireplace Ml South. everything, oHelnKtlea. .day...' :Ml N. with C/B .building. 4 Oreat property acres from Hetlde. me...Own-Ftn.
'MR. ... Pram. .largo potto MI2S West.. alph. Bfl'aIe a I Estate wIN. ..... *een. Ml price. frentege, previously en, Hwy' Home's between large Sterke 4 Lewtey. Ow Store a Apts. en Ml-ejoed ........... -eweer flu.w .

'Large ..... 2 mobil 11_..-.temple* Lake. Rd.. "..100. Y... the lot t* 1.- apartment versatU building. I TOM .... N. CB .bUg.. en Rd. 14E Owner....
al ...... Very Hemecemmr.) 4 settoge .* .Madlssn-St.. Owner No.SMB .
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brick .. IOA-W. of lawtoy.Deubl (Cor.. US 301 Call St.) fB w me.Income 1 .four,tu... ...1--c.u.Bey.......
eSeew utIfuI. 4 ".2.. op .12.9..... with 12 'm" S4 MN West ef Sterko.Hampton .
.. garage. ..''Ar'. C Block. *p... 3A. SR .. % -' ". ANYTIME Now I.oetl"r- let with 12 x M MH largo ....... Terms. 0 Large .pt. C>litnJH9eT. > Oft VQI; gfMNi MA ..... WW. ftM.
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Brick, 3 BR 2B farego ep.. l'ArA.-II IOOE.Frame. Crook he "M acre with 12 x M MH with bulh. ea. dining. room end ACREAGE
S ... ,.. l+............apx. .4VW' A.""'" Rd. MONDAYFRIDAY5f>..... ATUDAY,-|2Evenfigs .ps..vea.ble. .cell screen perch. Central H/A. only I 12.SM.M. 4.7S Acres ffd. tMA: Jl mfiea .... llt.TOtV)

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.ACREAGE CAL&UlAT.-ANY11MII-OAYOINlOtITtI ....... 4 Bucke- l MM* ,"SR J% Be, wrm" .4 additional moms .have "been .1 Trailer.. .let* Brawns ....J0% ...... owe B4.BM.

.7 acne. 2 Mils .....-.... Crosby. Lake. Shores.,' 2 oedreom Meek .home.let am..Nd. es .ddiooem'. "1Eoy.1M> commercial en MI owner fks PI....
-Lake Let Eemp*** Lake. A"OOATaS-ASTER HOURS- ef Iroee. pawed. street.Brick .I nee with 13 *) 6S MN I open. perch t I screen perch .Ceem-ry Club lot IMF It W-...... .location"e.OB*.

.A"'.'.....ly a .acres In Lowtoy ,free.' HHIeitC. PearsonBrokerSulesment VkklPeweM. '. built.. e*. SI3.M4.00.'' ,-{" 1 jj, ,...> .Hampton Oaks leg/20. fear;owner .Bnen. edO4suey ..

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to earn MeWh' Home M.rv Wssdlgnd Acres.BseutIM .,". ..It' .. 96.6430 't \Ji;".- .......M. ._...'_IEALTOI.%....*> ,, T. ReetterA.tecletos.. AherHeureterrf -
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I to right Terry Powell and Barb) Wlke. (len to right Randy Starling 11th grade. Daniel Rlgby.' Small World Day Care school of Starke welcomed nearly 100 parents and
loth grade. Mike Whlffen, IZth grade. costumed trick-or-treaters for a Halloween Party last Thunday night, Oct. 30.
Those pictured above were some of the best-cmtume award winners. Theyire
: front row Christy Milton. Sherle Patterson, and Page Smith; second row.
I Randy Milton Gary Wllkerson(on tire),and Emily Nugent; and back row Mr.
Lawtey Methodist Joyce Johns and Mr. Randall Milton. Travis Anderson also won a prize In the
Revival Nov. 7-9 costume competition.All the children who dressed up received prlies.
.. x The youngsters and parents ate skeleton cake and drank witches brew with
Lawtey Methodist Church will hold other refreshments and bobbed for apples before braving Small World's
(? it si revival Friday-Sunday. Nov. 7-9 at Witch! Woman haunted house.
7:30: evenings and 11 a.m. Sunday. BUS student Ester Williams Helping Small World owner Elaine Nugent for the evening were costume
revival will be Dr. Judges Carol Flynn and Mrs. Glenda Padgett along with Barbara Benchowsky.
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Eaves Saturday the lids was that annual your part.Cadette.
by Carolyn Friendship Festival In Jax with Troop 520 spent their Friday /
phone 9465812Girl scouts from the council: Invited to par Teacher 'Planning Day) on. 1 ; ..rWarsa
meeting In Hamptonat ticipate. The only troop from here attending Cumberland Island, St. Marys Ga.,
$couta.re etc. We real ambitious,
afternoon was the new hiking, were
with the Brownie school leader on Tuesday Beverly Padgettand .from Brooker, The scouts spent the going all the way to the Jettya wherewe ,IODtL620
Junior leader Kathy'' Fenton.,A night at the Casey home on the way to did find sand dollars and several MODEL620 _
them. have Jax and it really was a fun time for pretty shells. We also found a lot of
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small troops BO why not call them or
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the scouts. Recently bike Junior hiking Troop from Cases for their hospitality and to McKinley' (former scout leader) and Office Shop And Get A' .
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spent Street Baptist Church, Johnny Hobbs for accompanying the Karen Novy (former girl scout) who ; '
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to the Festival.' accompanied the group. Cadette goIng : .
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'rouondup 10 they will tent know up and.how taking for the it future down us. Betty Skinner who la serving her Methodist Church will be our first .:/That's: Right..we' will give you a "gift certificate!
After cleaning the area last year of a three year term spoke to Neighborhood Event from 1:30: to
overnights.they went swimming in the pool at the leaden on their Importance to 11:30: a.m. under the direction of the "Y which will allow you to choose $25.00 worth
Included their girls and to Gateway. We appreciate Csdettea. Please try to attend. We :

KOA.leaden Those Cindy attending Zurfluh Carol and Diane and we learned her coming.more During about the Juliette evening will and be eelebratIDI.Dalay.other fun things with'." a birthday few of office' or gift'' merchandise at the Office Shop...FREEIy.f ...

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Ellen Jackson. Pat Thompson, Mike! Low learned new songs, had sure your ''It ,
refreshments thanks to Wanda Smith troop Is represented. .& '", '
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Tierney thank and to the KOA for boating Big thefoUowa 'and Laurie MuHlna and closed with If you have scout uniform not In use,; 0.;-' ',e :'1 .r j. 't. '1 _
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Ronda Jackson. Karen Schaefer government and the new badges. Methodist Church office as soon as ,; : "
Please remember to turn your QSP in .possible.We really need any kind and ,
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II II I Pop Warner Princesses (I-r) are Shannon escorted by Wendell Shanks, Marcie McSwain I
Ford escorted by Chuck Morrow. Selena Nor- escorted by Michael Alvarez Dana Shannon
man escorted by Bill Brown Carrie Tanner escorted by Kevin Wimpy.
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: court (l-r) Tammy Morrow escorted by John Kelly Moore escorted by Tracy Bollinger
1 David Francis. 1980 Queen Kathy Morrow and 1979 Queen Kim Brown escorted by Jess M s o r ,,
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It was just a little Pop Warner homecoming parade,but with a bond fire and pep rally at Westside Park.
when Police Capt. Harold Crews got there to lead it he The parade marched up 301 from Bradford Square to
found some 30 units to lead up US-301. the Bradford High stadium Friday afternoon.
The third annual Pop Warner homecoming parade turn- Queen Kathy Morrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.C,
ed out to the biggest and best ever, said Parade Marshal Morrow, was crowned Saturday at 1:30: p.m. in
Judy Goodowns Joan and Dean Underbill off on two ceremonies between football games. The Junior Midget
horses with the Pop Warner banner the officers car, 4 players selected three candidates and the football teams
cheerleadmg floats, 4 football team floats, the Starke and cheerleaders voted on the queen. ;
Shrine six-unit surrey squad,Jr. Pee Wee Coaches Members of the court are Tammy Morrow,daughter of
Bill Looney and George Seeley on gaily decorated Go Mr. and Mrs.A.C. Morrow, and Kelly Moore,daughter of '3&
Karts, Smokey the Bear two Starke fire trucks, the Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore.A :
queen's float, the princesses float, the Bradford County homecoming dance Saturday night climaxed the
Volunteer Fire Department. festivities.PW .
PW President Towsend Strickland,Vice-President Dale footballers won all four homecoming games against
Brown, Treasurer Michelle Parker and Cheerleading Keystone Heights Steelers.
Coordinator Jean Tanner rode In a 1962 Buick Invicta own- The 10 floats were in the making by PW parents and kids Junior Pee Wee Cheerleaders
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an eight-month Investigation, neighbor to report brutality when It The report charges that nepotism is house excess 'Inmatea. .
a subcommittee of the Florida Houseof may- result in felony charges" Illegal, a charge Wainwright has consistently Palm Beach and Dade They Counties include Cash and Property..
Representatives released a reporton Girardeau says. The subcommittee denied. Broward and Union Counties, .
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to fire Department of Corrections panel of the House Corrections, Probation One of the 22 recommendationscalls FSP .
Secretary Louie L. Wainwright and and Parole Committee which for an Independent investigation Sheriff Whitehead stated to the Plagues .
warning of widespread nepotism and Girardeau also chairs. of the department. media regarding the nepotism .
mismanagement within the depart- The report states Investigations of Girardeau pointed out an investigation charges that I dido't hire them referr- Violence plagued Florida State ,ventory prison property 197 -79. He
ment. brutality, also are hindered by Investigators Is underway by special pro- ing to his relatives. "I don't work at Prison has also been troubled with pointed out when auditors sampled
The report released Monday, Nov. who are In the uncomfor- secutorWilliam Russell of Clear- the prisons. Some of my relatives do disappearing cash and property, defi- 109 property Items, they found: 42
3, in Jacksonville, makes no specific table position of needing to conduct water,who was appointed earlier this and that's a fact, but the prisons are cient personnel records, and ad- items missing.Among the missing
charges of mismanagement against unbiased investigations while re- year, might satisfy the recommen- always shorthanded and I think It's ministrative mishaps, according to items were kitchen equipment, a
Wainwright head of the DOC since maining loyal to the DOC. dation.. silly as hell not to hire someone just an audit report released Friday, Oct. typewriter-television tables, air con-
1962 the committee report pointsout The panel's report includes The report Indicates another because he's related to John 31, by Auditor General Ernest ditioners,toasters,water coolers,and
his dismissal would allow new testimony of inmates and former of- would be to call a grand Whitehead,"Whitehead says. Ellison. lawnmowers. Ellison stated other
thinking and new ideas to enter theDOC's ficers who say that homosexuality is 5bllity It did not convene in The DOC has not received a copy The routine annual audit was basedon Items were not in their proper loca-
top management circles. condoned by the administration and II, which Includes Brad- of the report,but the call to oust Wainwright prison records for the fiscal year tion of the tangible personal property."We .
"Long tenure By a single manageror In some cases used as a managementtool. ford and Union Counties. comes as no surprise," Brad- ending June 30, 1979. Inspector recommend that a complete
management team in the public Sheriff Whitehead was criticized In ford says.! General David H.Brlerton was prison physical Inventory of tangible per-
sector leads to stagnation and The report made recommendationsthat the report for housing state inmatesin superintendent at the time of the sonal property be 'taken, that all
unresponsiveness to changing times Include pay increases for correc- the Union County Jail and because audit. discrepancies be traced and reconciled
and circumstances," the report says.' Atonal officers, an Increase in the more than 21 of his relatives are listedon Girardeau in releasing the reporton Secretary of the Department of Cor- and that the property records be
Union County Sheriff John number of security personnel and bet what the report described as the election eve was necessary rections Louie Wainwright replied to corrected to show the location of the
Whitehead was the source for extensive -' ter training for officers.' .DOC "Family tree." because he would not be chairman of the audit in a letter dated Oct. 10, tangible personal property," Ellison
criticism in the committee's Girardeau pointed out the house the Corrections Committee after the 1980, that he has taken steps to correct -' says.
report for the number of his relativeson subcommittee's Investigation has $47,032 was cited by the report as Legislature reorganizes starting many of the problems at FSP. Ellison pointed out that during October -
the DOC payroll and for using the been underway since long the amount Union County received for Tuesday, Nov. 18. "Many of the noted deficiencieshave 1979 the FSP business office
Union County Jail In Lake Butler to before last: month's violence at housing Inmates last year, Including "Without me as chairman, this already been corrected," Wainwright found$4,331 missing from the prison's
E house state prisoners.The Florida State Prison broke out. U inmates who spent an average of 24 report would have never been says. He pointed out a com- Welfare Trust Fund. He pointed out a
75-page report was released In The report points out family days In the jail and two state printed. I've gone against the grain of plete inventory of prison propertynow claim was filed with the prison's bon-
Jacksonville by the subcommittee. favoritism In promotion and hiring Is prisoners who were housed In the jail. the, incoming leadership In pursuingthis in progress is scheduled to be ding company and a full settlementwas
Chairman Rep. Arnett Girardeau, a rampart In the five prisons in the for 15 months. investigation," Cirardeau says. completed by the end of next month. received on the claim but no
longtime Wainwright critic, who Union-Bradford County area which Vernon Bradford DOC)Public Infor- Wainwright stated that by updating response was made by Wainwright on.
pointed out when releasing the report, houses more than half of the state's mation Officer pointed out four local 7Lazenby telephone logs and required correc- the missing money.
the Imbreedlng among DOC. 20,000 inmates. jails have contracts with the DOC to tional officers (CO) and other person- Ellison cited in the audit FSP for
employees discourages employeesfrom nel to be fingerprinted and swear to a various other poor administration
reporting brutality by correc- I loyalty oath, many administrative procedures, such as bank statementsnot
tional officers.Girarleau's'. problems which were cited were eras- being reconciled on a timely basis
( purpose for being a News Briefs"Melrose ed.FSP and failing to lock a file cabinet and
severe critic of the DOC programs la l houses more than 1,100 of the storage room containing cash and
thought by many to be an active can- state's most dangerous criminals, In- bank deposits. Wainwright In his let-
of Jacksonville
didate for the DOC's Secretary's poet. Cows on Road Youth 16 Jr.? 22, Call Street and was cluding 151.Pea th Row inmates. ter last month pointed out those problems
"How do you,expect a friend or Thrown Off CycleA travelling east on a 'FSP has been beset with violence have been corrected.
Cause 3 WrecksHoly 1979 Cadillac driven Lois Priest
by
during the past few months. One CO Ellison stated while prison rules required
Cowl Some one left the gate 16-year-old Melrose youngster Bowen, 67of Myrtle Beach S.C. was and four inmates have been killed at employees to be fingerprinted I
Koehler Brother open at Florida State Prison at about was thrown off the motorcycle he was travelling south on US-301 when the prison since June and several and take loyalty oaths, a third of the
10:25 p.m.Tuesday, Nov.4 and a herdof riding and was treated In the Bowen struck the Lazenby car in the other officers and Inmates have been employees had not taken the oaths
Gets 15 Years cows wandered through the gate emergency room. of a local hospital right side. stabbed or scalded. and a fourth of the employees had not 1
onto CR-16, 6.2 miles west of Starke' Tuesday Nov 4, at 7:43 a.m. on CR- No citations were Issued by Ellison criticized the prison ad been fingerprinted when the audit
21B 11 miles east of Starke with $500 Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson after he done. I
''causing three traffic mishaps with ministration at FSP for failing to In was
For SlayingOne one cow killed and another one suffer damage to the cycle. conducted an Investigation of the !
ing a broken leg. Two other people, Florida Highway Patrol records mishap.
allowed sustained minor injuries, accordingto :show a 1976 Kawasaki Motorcycle '
Koehler brother was to Florida Highway Patrol. operated by Joseph A. Gondreau, Rt.. ---i =-- ;
change his plea to a lessee charge and The first wreck involved a Cape 2, Box 595, Melrose was travellingeast I
received
the other brother a 15-year Canaveral man who was travellingeast *on CR-21B through a curve ran
prison term for the July 10 shotgun, the north road
onto
off the roadway
on the highway and struck a
slaying of James Randall Moore at a black cow standing in the roadway.The shoulder When the motorcycle Over 1/2 Million
friend s mobile home near Keystone slid the
second wreck Involved a car started to overturn it on grass .
Helghta. Hampton driven by Eric Lindsey Carlton, 17,of and Gondreau, was thrown off. ) ..
.of ,
Dale K. Koehler, 21, records show Gondreau was "
FHP
Raiford' and 'Marian Norma k I'
,was sentenced to"15 ears -ill Lamar state Walmsley.i 22,<'t r Raifoni. 'collided -tStwrWBradfon' } County lkM pitaUn.w, \ 'Dollars t,f. Trucks "
prison by Orottik-Court In court:in(; Judge .Spr- because of other cows standing In the Starke where he was treated in the ; "
Welngeart highway, according to. the FHP emergency room for Injuries.
ings. Koehler received the sentence report. Walmsley was injured and Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Gon- In Stock
31 after he pled guilty to
Friday, Oct. taken to a private doctor for treat- dreau for unlawful speed and no valid
murder in the second degree in the ment of injuries. motor vehicle inspection certificate. ,0},. ,
case. The third mishap'involved a car
pled Doug guilty Koehler Tuesday 30 also, Oct.of Hampton, 28, to driven by Vickie Sue Revels, 23, of Cars CollideAt n
who collided with that
with evidence in the same Lawtey a cow 301 Intersection .
tampering
walked in front of her vehicle as she '
been
slaying. He also had charged and was travelling west on CR-18. Revels No one was injured In a two-car accident
second
with murder In the degree was' Injured, according: to the with $250 damage to the cars

had with previously his brother been In the indicted case for along the highway patrol report, but the reportdid involved Monday, Nov. 3at,9:10p.m.: BIG PAYLOADS PLUS GOOD :
bond was set not say whether she was taken to a at the intersection of US-301 and East /
Doug
at Moore$788.55 slaying.by Judge Winegeart at the hospital The or a private doctor. -Call' Police Street In Starke.showed a 1981 Mercury l
mishaps were investigated by report
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for Wednesday, Nov. 12. --- --
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November. \ L t. ;' C.J II.br'ft 1News 1-t, QJJ.fBtrn8.I : : .
I8NO J H li'i. !1 i r, 'J1 .. aiiJliJ! .... .:rJI
'. 1 111 IIJUL-1 I ; :.:.IUt1 :
Bnefs'n., fJ I. ''t-< ,... ra"j .......Mt Hr.:,:. "' ;.....:!.: ..........tt;-.. l-- -'\ or. ,
I ti ?tMims <'"
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1 ment about 9:13 p.m, Mrs. Slade said
Wrecker'' ,
Lot Cars Collide ; she her
Parking Mishap \ phoned daughter-in-law and ,>-
1',1:
i. Causes $200 Damages ,In UIIS Parking Lot Rear of Semf' said then! ,the rescue Rescue unit Service pe'BOnnel! Mr*worked. Slade \. :I"'"1'1t"1
tractor-trailer
'f! A ar backed from' a parking space $200 damage was" recorded when ,In A therear wrecker struck on U-30I"at a ", with her husbands*ul c"-not survive .1,, 'j, .' 3r t t .
Georgia
Into another car the gas! two station wagons collided in the him:. \
4'i pumps in the parking oonnaL I ih* Lil Union County High School parking lot Street in Starke at T.S1: a.m.sustained,, i
Store ,' al in Lake Butler. Wednesday. Oct S9. Oct 31. with $600 damage ''' USHER
; Champ Grocery i S
JANE'
by the vehicles involved. No : .{ ,
ne'Wasinjured ;
Center Street in Stark at I:44 a m. at M-05 p.m. with no one i injured. 1 iDe .,
t '
2 Nov. Florida Patrol records > :; i Realtor
Saturday I,wick$:101)damage| taJ3 Highway !f
: ::I the can involved and no one injured show a 1979 Chevrolet station wagon A HurstShell wrecker p ling' a '
: : Lake BiKltr 496-290J
disabled and b
car operated by Carl ; r 496.2126
:is Police records show a parked! 1969 operated by Union County CivilDefense Tay
sfi Chrysler sedan owned" by Thomas Director and director of the Leslie Bedford. 21' Rt 1.; Box 281A, ." .""" .
Starke and (All .
:32 Lucas: Albert of Starke was parked at Union County rescue service Thomas a 1977< Mack TractorHardeQTrailer If'ff FOR "
2 the las pumps when a 1973 FordS Jerry Wilson 28. of Lake Butler was driven by Steven L. ., r",0. uGN-400TIGN40OX .
24, of Silver .. ..
Campi. ) Springs were lJ .411 ACRES '
sedan driven by Bradford Waynea Mopped in the parking lot w hen a 1979 ;It
Counline.
McR... M. of Stark backed! tram a Pontiac station*agon. driven by Iva traveling south ort US-301 when Cam- 1 / -, guy Ml or ART of this beautiful property, In Union will flnonco.Weal .
Owner
pi slowed for a Car to make a left turn POW.rlul."Je.eyhlld i I miles, Iran Alachuo County
started .
Eg parking space and struck the parked Jean Cox. 50. of Kaiford. ty.
Cabin and
around Wilson as Cox was passing by .and was struck :iris the rear. by the .,4 slrofco engine.Easy ( for Custom WIt Nome er Country Ran-
carNo wrecker. starting with com. view of countryside. Unusual spot for this
cll_ Scenic
citations were issued bv the other wagon Wilson then started!
Patrolman Richard A. Bennett.afterconducting forward and collided w Ith the Cox sta- No citations were issued by Assis- ''.,'5 mession.way adjustable release, rearhocks .....Don pass this one ugh. CALl me NOW to SEE.
tant Police Chief Harold Crews after iF.
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tion .
an investigation wagon
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Trooper D C Roberts. did not issuea he investigated the mishap. 6mooth shilling. 3,ipeecftiansmlssion 40 ACRES Off UM244Partially .
trees and posture. Owner
wooded with large
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DWI citation after conducting an investigation -
Charged
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of the mishap Allowing Minor to Drink Font due brake will provide some financing ..'
In Law ley CrashA Needle bearing wing, .
Gets Brooker Alan ArrestedA "rm. PROVIDENCI \ I
3S-ycar-oM man was chargedwith Brooker Constant velocity J rood} In scenic locationOwner .
( Truck Loses 19-year-old man was arrested 20 ACRES an SR 0J4I .*'A, paved
driving while intoxicated! afterhis by the Brooker marshal Sunday carburetorSuzuki's"PEr will flnence. ,
pickup truck was involved in a one Horse TrailerA Nov.2, at 12:13 a.m. for allowinga 16"lalreartir*Ignition..

vehicle accident. Wed.! Oct. 29. at horse trailer became disconnected minor 'to consume alcoholiC'bevcorages. ..Lightweight and WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2:25 pm three-tenths of a mile south to Bradford .
according economical
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from a pickup truck that was Small ,
of Las Icy on CK-JOOA with no one in County Sheriff Department records. Custom extras. on T '
Acres/wooded
and trailer 40
pulling it the overturned model Appro.
JUrf'd.norlda Sat..Nov. I Marshal Jerry Miller arrested Joey .
Highway Patrol records causing a mishap at II 1981 GN" mod.112.monlh
show,. A.M. two miles west of Starke on Richard Coontz of Brooker for allow- unlimited mileage WATERFRONT LOT
a 1971 Ford.pickup truck was SIt.loo with" 11.:\lO damage and no one ing alcoholic consumption by a minor warranty' lake fuller waterfront lot/owner financing' available.
northbound on CH 2OOA. lost control. injured under the age of 19 to consume a bottle 'S... Lmil.d W..I.,-bturhuio'
left the road and rolled over sustaining of Canadian Lord Calvert. Ira..,..100
Florida Patrol records
Highway LOTS
$1,000 damage to the pickuptruckTrooper show a 1979 CMC: pickup truck Coontz was released from the Brad :3 Mt......from..lake tullar,attractive,homeslte.owner

for DWI D after C. Roberts conducting cited an Jriffis investigation operated by Geraldibe W. Dormmey ford County Jail after in Starke being on arraigned his ownrecognizance Suzuki 1981 L needs. cash.CUSTOM ,

38. of Hampton was pulling a horse
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trailer travelling west on SK.100 when before Bradford County Judge Elzie Theferfwrner. IUIIT HOME

Billy Club Attack the pickup truck began to sway back S. Sanders 3 blow :2 bath In lake fuller Unique den with fireplace
and forth. The trailer according to dbl.car garage on 2/3 acre.perfect for garden spot.VERY
Gets Man ArrestedAn the highway" patrol report whipped to CORRECTION! Suzuki of Stark ATTRACTIVE NEIGHBORHOOD.

the right and became disconnectedfrom The incorrectly the
IB-year-old Starke man. Robert Telegraph gave .
301 Starke 064 6020
Hwy S.
Brian Nugent has been arrested by the trailer The safety chains impression that James Vernon (Bud) lANE. USHER. REALTOR
the Bradford County Sheriffs Department broke and the trailer overturned to Slade.71,was alone in his home hen Financing Insurance Available 360 W.Main St.
for staking another man with a the right found dead Oct 23. Lake Butler Florida
billy club No(citations were issued by TrooperK !Mrs Gertrude Slade was with her 44-112: 0' 4ti-03
Lindst'y Quick was cut under the G. Ethendge after he conducted an husband when he died of a heart ail-
___own..a. ..a... .._ _
chin b\' the billy club and required investigation of the mishap V ML WMUkC*"*EEBI
medical attention Nugent charged ;..)PHOTO COUPONDEVELOPING {.of

v.ilh aggravated assault with a deadly Truck Flies
WT EAGLE' "B '
I weapon in the Oct 14 incident Into Pine TreeA = IEAGLEI_ 18P1oce
Nugent> was arrested Oct 39 at U:SS &
Hampton man was charged with I I
p m at his home by Deputy Sheriff
Samuel H Eunice reckless driving after his pickup GLASSYtIME SET.' PRINTING SPECIALI!
I 1JOYISM
Nugent has been released. on a truck failed to negotiate a curve on Gr wfwr a-yf 32 sensational buys o on sale fhunI., free sa'! 12..Poao: exPo 14 exPo 38 eJql.
$1.050 recognizance bond after arraignment CK-32S south of Hampton and was I I
before Bradford County clocked! al 81 mph by Florida
Judge Faze S. Sanders Highway Patrolman K G. Elhendge AA
William Kimbcrl). 42. was not injured bsavins.1!
Handy Hodges' in the wreck His pickup ran off NOW orwi .1
Arm Shattered the pavement onto the west shoulderfor ova M at*) tors
at MXOWI roast
dirt embankment
328 feet struck a
The elbow and bone in Rand) and went airborne for 62 feel R I

Hodges' left arm shattered and the before hitting a pine tree five feel off Cartons .
rm was mangled when his small the ground The rear of the pickup SAVE $5.00 ON a
lockup hit a power pole in Gainesvillelast snapped up"ard.nd, broke the top of NEW TOYS AND Kings & lOO'f *5Mea R "to

Tuesday. Oct. 2*. the pine tree, then fell to the groundas TRUCKS FOR BOYS PROCTOR SILEXI Packs fl3 plus tax
Doctors says they can save Hodges the top of the tree fell onto the DU.UXI *0-CUf i '1"'
rat but a plastic elbow joint and a truck Kimberl)'s truck was the third OFF AUTOMATIC DRIB
-ubstitute bone will have to be of three cars clocked! 81 mph by the % REQlOUR COFFEEMAKEP1

.mptantcd. Randy. 36. is expected! to highway' patrolman. DISCOUNT I-....-OH-TWO"
dive SO pestles use of the arm. charged .
says Trooper Etheridge 1Q PRICE .A.*** -
us father. County Commissioner Kimberly with .wilful and wanton REGULAR 19.88.
:W Hodge Randy a pamt and wall reckless driving .' .
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uperag contractor In Gainesville a rA.ars {
etoteruig: mceJv a on the fourth CO Caught 'L" 'Zip, ale ........ t them SALA 1.83.
..soar of Alachua General Hospital the
i tear patents with bone problems Introducing PotA .calls .
ptecedon OVER 100 TO i =:= -3.00 r
32-year-old:: correctional officer PREIAiASHEDCOST
Hodges Ford Courier pickup loaded was arrested by the Union County CHOOSE FRO 1. vo0w 14.88
with paint spray equipment went Sheriffs Department on a felony case DENIM JEA
out of control on wet pavement and of introduction of contraband into
struck a power pole at Xrd!Street.500 Union Correctional Institution Satur dama noPR CED
feel from the XW 23rd Art intersection. :Nov RlcT I 'r
day. 1. at 1:15 a.m.
The small truck ran off the east
Deputy Sheriff Garry Seay arrested
slide of toe roadway sideswiped a Glen Williams of Gainesville on a M4 \
power pole and travelled feet morebriore felony charge of introducing contraband MEN'S AND BOYS'WOOL BLEND CPO

coming to a stop. into or upon the grounds of a p.ma ,,,aklselurtngeleroaof JACKETS IN HANDSOME PLAIDS
bad his the western style with boot leg bsnecked ,
arm propped
a-indowoof on state penal institution ....euon boyar soya end oas Mdudmaem toy .
swnw 4 pooker* eontreM otttcMng and
A.CAN IS-TRACKeiAVER.
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the truck when the truck Williams posted $500 bond after being bow saw spoor pion, be.rw Ayr awtor- sum.proamm maicaior ... 29.88 bore ,Own'.are. f 8.88JCANMCKKTS
9.88
Hodges has the undergpole.two arraigned! before Union County tiro t..p.t .hope., was "br.e'awwb" ,pM ail el tS0011001 apaakara...._9.83 r
operations .. ,.
Judge A.L Dnggers and was released i .7 0Ire. trey GM sias w. M pro eus '
on the arm. A skin graft operation b..o.the Crrle.ar ante ,bellow so.no.r C TRACK 1 y1 MEN'S S to XL., $I.. RgYtl 1tHam
from the Union Jail in LakeButler. ::00L-36.88
County
set for Tuesday was postponed wit to love toy SAVE AN EXTRA 1076 wASasaa: Wool t.bdo blend M h.nderwas pill",* poaists
off a x low drew w p as.i ynih buttoned rap,nylon iln.d..ixiluo
because Hodges' Mood level was too

lowHodges has feeling in two fingers lowlow"prices! big savings!

and can move them For a tune it was NE* Il JL7
/POLL-o-MAnC
feared be would lose the arm FLA. THEATRE


Truck Runs Into I L 1t_ it = NEB T ra aGpi ,le
Starke 964-5451 i iue
RR Crossing SignA to 9 i 4 r MAyLCN Ny1MOu1 '

pickup truck ran into a railroad a usM.D.
crossicg sign with no one injured and Frt.. Sat. 8 Sm.

SSOt damage Wednesday. Oct. 29. at
2:40pm.on Fire Department Road at
the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
erasing m Brooker
Florida Highway Patrol records
show a 1979 Ford pickup truck Y v .MOTOR Oa. VHstXLTIWCX 4-K-Tt tU MOP WA7fEiq' WMOMteAKEM FLAN LM4IRTS! swIATSHIRT'

operated Ht- 1. Box by 288.Bonita k entered Fire. 49. 1 1 77 24.88 79 8.88 4.88. 19.88 4.63 4.63

Department Road from the east. turned WASH was as d WA5Sn'6' WASIA" -.... OUR DISCOUNT PRICE WIPE_ OUR DISCOUNT PRICE

north continued turning and collided .. .....' \ .'" wide ende to' '__a.ugrn will@heck Forest Malay two-or .eIf_"" ..... wares E.setsre-- '---ptIId-. Long I pod& crew Wpa
with the railroad crossing sign. ..,., close GO .! 'u_ .who**, npironr b.w _325 straw _pw .41M dMani..S .XL. _........s..M.L-XL. 0146 cozy A w.mnwn's of tsntoia__
No citations were issued after
Trooper D C. Roberts investigated 4-i r NEW.

the mishap ... b CANNON.
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Cars CollideAt .ii-

IntersectionNo f'I \ BRAND
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one was injured with SI.KM vmLOUR
damage as two cars collided Monday. fY Tots
!Nov 3. at 7:2S a m. at the busy intersection ..
of CR-1C and CR-Z15Lk9 A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 9.88
miles west" Lawtey : w. -2 +.oT. t4OT. OUR Discount
recordshow ON ...... WAfrrCfASKKTSFAMOUfCHMSTT PNCII

1967fFordasyedaann operated by 'E q Ili 11 Hill igiTY,1 MCI STRAW RUTS fUTIfMOOM fMITH YOUR | 97 WAIl 12Y""s A"lt rs' ::::w.=
Lloyd Cecil Douglas. 40.of RL 4,Bon. M AcooasaepaetOKMCdB w .... JeM a oyiti
500. Starve was traveling couth on 97. torm***__JUS I T_ O 00 W"'mury2.97 4.94. arew necft. elelled -
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e* aS.00 :
M-r Mill enefelosuree
CR-225 and pulled away from the atop BPECNL elm U:2 oust or__3.fVT -,--Tnr..yr4itr SA"orKET. 1 Btrtghtootar
SIgn into the mtenectioIt lido the path 301 DRIVE I IN d'. ..ise --.. Tbate3.88 WASMAV __VWW--am-. wentBes- ;.,.... ...she L,
ward-4.97 4.97
01 a 1m Plymouth sodas driven by sa"w" ar ,. : er"ww.r a.K L.XL ........se..ea c.nnow

which Brenda was car Manning ran traveling into Dans.the east 31.right on of Starke side CRlgk.Davis' of. Fit., Sat. Sun. & Mon. low prices! Big savings to 42%! Low, low prices' on men's shoes- !

CHICK(PUM YTWUM .
Douglas'car. \
Trooper W.M. Abrams cited br < LEATI/E
Douglas for violation of right of way.Sisters The most wanted man / .* 1"\1.!

in Walufkid prison .1i11aADlE3 I ." \......... w r
ArrestedFor nine Warden. ":.

Having Pot 1'L. 1.29
Robert Redford"BRUBAKEW'
Two Lake 9'1"sisters were arrested 'M.,wAS.LO 1.99IlAGUlWALLPAIN1' e
by the Union County Sheriffs AOUA-aaCT HAM ,
Department for powimun of marijuana t OSL Kxtn.... "' '.. _
;, stesdIMB .....CA8UM..WORK SOOT '
Swtdat.-:: .at&:30 pIL .CarlaRuth .' w"---WICK. 01.. covitimov..s
arrested [Q[ YOUR 6.99 '13.97 _18.94 au..
.plus. iceT 4.97J
Davidson. 2*. and Sandra-Gutlr WAS UP To aM a esi.wAS.2.it2. l Prim
Davidson. 2*. both of:later City en' WOO-o..d liveu. YlCttSIIYOUL award" annual opa-a .aoef.sr .raft ........ -.. ..... i .
ea' 7 Ogden Greve _T_3612 wwpe_TM_'.,- Cuwey.. ...is
felony poaseasioa marijuana. 0. .IA ser.w E.A 2 -W -.Y.. ..

and Both were women rrlmsrd pasted. from 3
County Jail te Lab Boiler after being ;lAM! ()'$ 0'1' S 1 <. d g g"tp"
arrained before Union County Judge If" t. 9 S ..'.. 312 W. Madison St. Hwy.ai.HOO !

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November, IMO 1'I\ Pale 5B



I. Bradford-Union* :4-Hers: *.: ':"*." Hog-* .and* Ham Project** Successftil ;t:Ii. 'i': t' I




When teenagers from Bradford Ham Show were ) Walker-3rdjf!\ )i. I ,i l I I
Union and six other North Florida Balkcom-4th and Howard-Bin. '

counties enrolled in the 4-H Hog and Like most .4-H-animal husbandry;
Ham project, they knew the day programs, the Hog and Ham project <,
would come when they'd have to turn teaches all aspects of commercial
their prize porkers into table fare. livestock rearing., But this particular
Participants In the project took project included a day of UF's In-
special care to hickory cure the meat stitute of Food and, Agricultural
for 16 hours In family-built one-hog- Sciences Meats Lab devoted to butchering
sized smokers. Bradford and Union and preparing the meat for

County delegates Randy Balkcom, curing. .
Kenny Walker and Bruce Howard The finished hams and sausages
were already familiar with much of have already
r the procedure before they began. Bradford County 4-H.AgentLowe
n4gw YAK Balkcom had raised swine before Parrish and were auctioned off Oc
entering the 4-H project and all three tober 30 at the Alachua County Fair.
1 rrt boys had shown'ham on the hoof" in Just prior to testing Parrish told the
livestock shows long before the smoking Telegraph he had no doubt he'd enjoyhis
and curing actually started. duties as sausage sampler and he
Balkcom and Howard participated to bid of the
fully expected on one dry- Now.
Steady ..
in the Ham Demonstration Contest. cured country hams at the fair. Infact
Balkcom placed first with a he bid on six hams for local Bradford's Bruce Howard
demonstration on preparing saus ge. buyers but bought none. Locally produced prepares to cut Into the hog he raised
Howard placed second with his hams sold for over $3 per for 4-H's Hog and Ham program.
demonstration on "Building a One- pound.
i Hog Smokehouse" Placings in the


rrro Wives Meet



With Rep. WilliamsRep.



Frank Williams Sunday afternoon I
encouraged wives of correc- I
tional officers at FSP and UCI In their :
efforts to obtain fair treatment In the
news media which has been accusedof
an overly sympathetic attitude
toward criminals and biased,
negative treatment of the officers.
Williams advised members of the

tor explains Florida's pork standards. Several girls turn- CCCO (Concerned Citizens for Correctional :
for 4
Preparing Inspecticn ... ,
Officers) to bring their
ed (heir swine Into meal-ready meat at UP alongside
Randy Balkcom listens carefully as a state meat Inspec. Balkcom. -N : cause before the Governor, the
b Legislature, and the people of the I
.
,, state.

-" .. Martha Nettles, president of the
'Willard Cecil Gaskins \ Lt '. organization, announced that Sen.
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Willard Cecil Gaskins, 61, died Mon Obituariesat EJ. Dowling Sr. Pete Skinner,of Lake City will attenda
day in Lake Shore Hospital In Lake meeting at the Community Centerin
City after a brief illness. Born in Trio. the town of Raiford this Friday
Johnstown Baptist Church with Funeral ServicesSet Union County ..
Bradford County, he was a carpenterand night, starting at 6 p.m. Mrs. Nettles
farmer and owned a poultry burial in Varnes Cemetery. Archer County Agent Logan Fink. 4-11 delegate Kenny Walker and James Ray said that the general public Is invited
farm. He was a member of Johnstown Funeral Home'was in charge of. ar- for FridayErnest Stallnaker discuss hog raising after a day at the UF Meals Lab. and urged to attend.
Baptist Church. rangements. There will be a follow-up meeting at
Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Mrs. Suellen K. Maxfleld the Raiford Community Center at 1

Ethel Smith Gaskins of Starke; 2 Mrs. Suellen K. Maxfield, 24, died J. (Ernie) Dowling,85, died p.m. Sunday Mrs. Nettles said, and a
Mrs. Frances Coleman of suddenly In Alachua General Hospitalin Wednesday morning in the Veterans rally on Saturday, Nov. 15, at the
Baldwin and Miss Marie Gaskins of Gainesville Sunday,Nov. 2. Born In Hospital, Gainesville, after sufferinga farm of Sheriff John Whitehead in
Lake City; 3 sons, Freddie Gaskins of Jacksonville, she had lived nearly all stroke seven weeks ago, followed by Union County. Chicken pilau suppers
Starke, Johnny Gaskins of Raiford of her life in the Keystone Heightsarea. pneumonia.Mr. will be sold at this event to raise funds
and Cecil Gaskins of Lake City; 4 She was a cardiovascular or elAr for carrying on the campaign for fair

brothers Guy Rosier of Lawtey, Dar- technologist at the Shands Teaching Dowling was born In Hamptonon treatment, the president said.
by Gaskins and JB. Gaskins, both of Hospital in Gainesville, and was a '' 30 1895 the of RobertN. "We plan to expand our organization -
Lawtey and Wade Gaskins of Starke; member of the St. Williams Catholic January and Louvenia. son to all DOC institutions in the "
Church.: Ogden Dowling, state," Mrs. Nettles said. "With a
3 sisters, Mrs. Geneva Redding of settlers of Bradford j.
Survivors include her husband pioneer County. statewide of votes,
I, Wildwood, Bertice Robinson of Bran tie livestock dealer In Starke potential 150,000
don and Mrs. Vergie Colding of John D. Maxfield, her parents, Mr. for was a 60. for we are a sleeping giant that could affect
Lithia, Fla., and 12 grandchildren. and Mrs. Theron D. Whidden, Jr. of from over 1929 to years the early except 1930s, winch he, the political climate of the state,"
Keystone Heights a sister, Vikkl Mrs. Nettles said.organization .
Funeral services will be held Thurs ; In the business at Bartow
day. Nov. 6, at 3 pm. In Archer Whidden of Sarasota; grandmotheri and spent Plant same He ""o.d is open to all concerned -
City. was an Army
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. D.L. Mrs. Theron D. citizens, and not just the wives of
veteran of World War I and
Griffis officiating. Burial will followin Keystone Heights; grandfather, Mr. was a h correctional officers," Mrs. Nettles
member of the Church of Jesus Christof
it'; ts
Crosby Lake Cemetery In Starke Charles B. Coles of Gainesville. said.
Latter Saints in Starke.
under the direction of Archer Funeral. Funeral mass was held In the St. Day The public is Invited to all rallies
.. Williams Catholic Church 03 and other activities of the
Home of Lake Butler, at't In 'the days before tractors and group.
..
W JJesday', jltti5, ;
\t.'i t-Andrew Falb It I1Ila other meohantaMfc-fftrm, equl meltt '"
off
,Jonei 'It / r.MicW: ciating. Mr. Dowling -ppIllldlarmo' this 1>
A A tdw-M. Joni i Ttalford died' -iBurtel1 was WW) K? nel"ghts l area with horses and mules. In recent ,r

Monday night In the V.A. Hospital in Cemetery with... arrangements years, with the change in farming Archery Season
handled DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Gainesville. Born in Cairo, Ga, Mr. by methods his trade shifted to selling
Jones moved to Florida in his early Home. Rosay in the chapel of DeWittC. fancy riding! horses. UnderwayTAlLAHASSEEWith
life. He was retired from the Divisionof Jones Funeral Home. Tuesday, M1
Nov. 4 at 7:30 .. the start of
,
Forestry, was a WWII veteran, p.1 runeral services will be held at 3 ,
archery season (September 13)), participants
In lieu of flowers, donations to the
member of Raiford Lodge No. 82, past American Heart Association. p.m. Friday Nov. 7, in the chapel of are reminded they must
Master of Lodge Member of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with have proper certification to hunt, ac-
American Legion Post 56, VFW Lodge Virgil J. Miller: Elder Wilford Jordan and Elder cording to the Florida Game and
10082 and a member of the First Baptist Virgil J. Miller, 78, died Friday in Julian Dobbs officiating. Intermentwill Bradford Foursome.. Fresh Water Fish Commission.
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.<. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. InesstjBorn in Roan Mountain, Tenn., Lake Cemetery.Mr. Randy Balkcom, Tom Howard, Bruce Howard and Bradford County Agent and also
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na.Cassia; Cason Jones of Raiford; 4 Mr. *$ lJe't! oved' to Keystone Dowling is survived by his wife Lowell Parrlsh reviewed the day's activities after both boys butchered and license permit to hunt during the season hunting,
tbelr for The 4-ller's hams and will be auctioned "
hogs curing. sausages
daughters Mrs. K. Crawford 20 He self prepared
Shyrel Heigh was a
amA years ago. Mrs. Cleone Moore Dowling; one IOn, Fred W. Stanberry, director of the
of Hampton, Mrs. Verba V. Martin of employed painter and had been atten- E.J. Dowling, Jr., of Starke; two off at. the. Alachua County Fair October 30. division of wildlife for the Commis-

8/Miss Jenese M. Jones, both of Lake Geneva. Stare, and Mrs. Helen Lee, Wilton, ", .",,,-' management area permits to hunt in
Vurtincsvllle 3 daughters Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. IV.
; step ,
Conn. two sisters, Mrs. Ida Latham, wildlife management areas.
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The New
Martha Alvarez and Mrs. Mary Maudie Freeman Miller; a daughter, York Daily News
and Mrs.Minnie
Salt Lake City, Utah,
.'.aaa i.!'j 1tQ mss, both of Lake Butler, Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Johnson of Keystone Nuttall, Provo Utah; 15 grand- "once called. the Illustrated .
"Katfty' 'Denson of Raiford, and 6 Heights; 3 sisters Mrs. Martha Pettyof children, and six great-. 3'" \DoilY'/fw'; was America's
aidchildren. Putnam Hall, Mrs. Maggie Heaton ftlrtt'tablold in 1919.
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grandchildren.
:(Funeral services will be held Thursday of"" Roan Mountain, Mrs. Births .' THEftlEWWORLD
tat 10:30 a.m. In pie First Baptist Holtsclaw of Elizabethtown, Tenn.; 6
__ hU>ch of Raiford with Rev. HughHVfcRers grandchildren and,13 great grand- & ExCf-l
GOLD SILVER NGEfJJ
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: STARKE
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./ officiating. Burial will follow children. .
41t:I") in Sapp Cemetery under the direction Funeral services were held at 2 HIGHEST PRICES PAID 'arw:: CAR \;
of Archer Funeral .Home of Lake p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, at the grave in M1 : ,

A3'y,4y\\J! 'I/ Keystone>Heights Cemetery with Buying Class Rings' .* :;iS/er/irjg/ '1
\ ,fOe -. Rev. Earl A.,.Thompson officiating. ( ;:, ; ,

vu, ,-Mr's; ,, Helen W. Pinon DeWitt C. ,:Jones ,Funeral Home, a Tea Sets & Flatware -.. Wedding; ,:,

b", ......., Mr.. Helen W. Pinon, widow of Wm. Keystone;Heights. ,''In"' charge of ar- j Ingots Coinst1, Platnum" WI
.'Pinon resident of the .
.1; a long-time .. '
y vy Keystone Heights Ohm ssed away Leaf,1V) ; .'(Catlin t ... Or Anything Else C/'Simi/ar'Vb/ue. / /

V! del. 31 In Cincinnati, Lester M. S3, Stark?: "

She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. died in the VA Hospital M Bay PihWJ u,, a 4O4 WEST MADISON ST. 10.? 5 M.F ,TKLCPKONESTARVE. '
a 'Yvonne Lembke and a grandson, In Bradford Cou ity, CJ J \
SAT 9f' >S225
fL 32091 10 -" 1 !
Lembke of Cincinnati. retjldcook
I'''Raymond a Navy veteran of tow fat "
Interment was in LeRoy Kansas on a member of the itarke Moose Club ,
Monday, Nov. 3. 2035 and American Legion tolls
Mr. Gatlin lived most of his HfWI ne in sl
Louis Andres Varnes Starke. He was of the Baptist fa ith.

Louis Andrew Varnes, 59,. Lake Survivors include his motherMrs; (ODC( ( VfB( i
Butler, died Oct. 23. Elmira J. Stokes of Winter Haven! l'r' ,
Survivors include his wife, Hazel son, Lester M. Hall; ViteughterlUnda -
Varnes; 3 daughters, Jane Segall Gatlin of Ft,, tJtjin Beach; 1 a.ajralTina's( (
Live Oak, Sharon Porter, West brother W.R. G_tlln of. Starke;. 1
Virginia, and Glenda Varnes, Lake sister, Jlelile Starling/ of Lakeland. ; ;
Butler; a son, Larry Lake City) a and 1 granddaughter.: .
brother, Richard, Milliard; 3 sisters; Funerat-serviceawere, held at Bp Famous I
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Lucille Varnes, Milliard Beebe .m. Chapelof .FORD ESCORT
,Phillips, Lake Butler and Doris Hall,, DeWitt C.466eFuneral Home %- Chuck Wagon
'' 'uscon. Ariz.; and 3 grandchildren.*,, with Rev LeRcypJive! officiating..
Services were held at 10:30 Oct,25 ''Burial was In DeqaivQemete'ry, pear'' The worldwide of Ford Motor Company teamed I
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PigetB November: 1511E
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Florida Keys.): : : j (one- : ; S'ali l'a4 we "' a numbers slot AwakyJeitna"o ,

lDfI1UIDYJIB( lBl1i3UJ[ ] ,; Also opening la turkey season,,wlthj. : =; ,: ) ,1fIcet-.r Aee0vdgaL'c ,
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to
ilttir H'' ;..gobblers only in LeonWakldla'ILadsden ; + nunUnivilswmfor! !
',!;i and:Jefferson counties th.f VBoach and AlachUB cmto dies I report w1dIf': Ind fIsh Jaw viola.

:; j JSorthwest: ; reglqnr Either sex!: turkey: lions of Collier, Dado' Met Monroe'; Y i'uona.Lalleland, "$0D-20241002

Season Saturday::' may be.takon, In'the Northeast, Centraf counties. Bear season open in Baker,./ .OcaWrt4o6.! 162-sego; West Palm
Hunting ) Begins : ;$((11I\11 and 'Everglades,'1'eg1onaI and Columbia counties, .(boar taken: Beach; '1-800-433-2046; ; ,lake' City

; ; ;!'(goblll $( only I" ,\laehua county.) must be checked and la 'i80ou8io3 and. ptinama- city 4n"I
Sportsmen will be taking to'tht'our: Fresh Water Fish Commission. ,! j f':< rovy i season jfllirtioniclaUy\ opens Commission'* Lake City n lonaLit rl !AO'34ft.llt7a! *'\'<< 1'y a;

of doors Nov. 8 with the start of the With the start of the general him-; 'Statewld". 1"1. "" flee). Also opening wll| b*> snipe *

1980.81 general Florida hunting ting season Brantly encouraged quail .lqUlrnll aeasol\.opena in. ...allOn.. ," ,;Ic***** '
season. hunters to' be. considerate of each" the Northwest Northeast Central, "Hunter are encouraged! to enroll

"Throughout the season hunters other as well as non-hunters, using South and Everglades regions( (withno in one of the regularly scheduled Slow HuntWeekend' i

should use courtesy and sportsmanship safe hunting practices during their open season for fox squirrel in Lee, hunter education classes taut by

observing both the letter and tho outings. Hendry, Palm Beach, Monroe Collier the Commission Brantly : is
spirit of the game laws of Florida." The Nov. 8 date will mark the opening Broward and Dade counties)j a course that teaches an outdoorsman

said Col. Robert M. Brantly executive of the deer seson In all regions of The second pease"of dove season- how to best practice wife hunting and

director of the Game and the state. (No. open season In the begins statewide with all day hunting, also includes an overview of conservation At Bestriding

IIIILlI 11 III IUILLlIJ I ... IT rJ J . Ii III practices/which help our "
.wildlife flourish." That course U offered ."The didn't do too well." was the Big Catch!.

locally through. 'fte. Vo-Tech, way.Camp Blanding game biologist Kimberly' AMber thal, II, of Stark*
Garrison described the hunter'splight
School. Jim

"We encourage? :ail hunters to be at Camp Blanding .last perch snagged(l(this Inches tV4\ long pound) -at Newnan's speckled


I Union County Ads o&? ,swll ll-,I sure licenses they-are and meet carrying the various, the proper state, weekend.Only six bucks the were two-day taken/ out muzzle-of the Lake She-In outflshed Gainesville her Sunday fishing Nov.companion a. .

reserve during
and federal of
> regulations required the last 'minor'' event Patricia and Larry Brooks on
loader hunt
Mid Kenneth L.
hunters Major of the th.td.y.
before this weekend's opening
Slivers director of the Office of Informational '

Services for the C mmla-, general hunt season. ,' Scott! t>etlef n'of Lawtey took the
downed Sunday'
buck
alone Just one was prize buck of the weekend :a
PERSONAL HELP HELP Saturday. 5-point
after five were taken
FOR SALEFI.hlngBoal Stivers said outdoorsmen may purchase ail pounder.
SERVICES WANTED WANTED their hunting licenses at the office "According to the solunar tables It

14 ft. fiberglass of county tax collectors or their called for the deer to be moving about ,. 'Other kills were one male and one

CUSTOM MADE BUS DRIVER Head Start Program IIBO PER Week Part-time at wI IB hp Johnson motor registered subagents.. All hunters five (pm) Saturday and we had four female bog two turkey hens and one

DR APIRIISiFrooestimote / port-time. home. Webster America* and 18 Ib. thrust must possess a hunting license except taken then. Sunday the tables said the fox squirrel, quail and racoon.

*. local Preferable over 25 year of foremost dictionary Mlnlkota Trolling motor children under IS and Florida deer would move around S and it was 135 hunters tried their luck Satur-
com.
washable distributors for completely age. Document good driving pony need home worker Gator Tilt trailer residents age 69 and older. just a little bit too dark at that time.. day with 96 more taking part Sunday. i iI

advertised nationally GardsetteDraperies. record' valid chauffeur to update local mailing $700.00. He said there are variety of '_f r Nx'A'iI'' /

SAW Enter'prises. license. Must beresponsible. Hit*. All age, experience) Call licenses available to persons for the .Lars. '

Ed or lama A parson who unnecessary Call 431-1640 after 4:3Orfnpd : hunting season. :
Stephens. 4962219. like working with 17168455670. Ext. 1590. For residents costs: of the statewidehunting
children. An Equal Opportunity
5/I/80TFN. 2lpd 11/6 11/13. license (series K) are fll.SO

CRAWFORD'S COMMERCIAL Suwannoe Employer.River Economic Apply: and home county hunting (series I), I Keystone l

EXTERMINATING CO.I Serving Council, Inc. P.O. Box 70. $4.50. For non-resident licenses for

homo, business In Live Oak Fl 32060. Itchg 'V Q statewide annual hunting (series L),
Union Bradford Columbia 11/6. the cost Is$50.90 and statewide, 10 day

Counll. 496-3986 Col continuous license (series M$15.50.
lect. 7/3 TFN CHG. Area AdsCARS

STALVEVS SCRAP METAL'Sl

490 SW 9th St. lake Butler. I

Cash In your hands for


your aluminium radiator cant.batteries Copper -, YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE FOR SALE

brass, steel, cast Iron TRUCKS

newspaper and pecans. TWO ACRIS near SR-100
Can make pickups. Please
near Keystone
call 496-2773. Hour 9 a.m. 173 CADILLAC Sedan de $300 down $66.84 Height

to 5 p.m. Monday Thursday GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST VIII. All extra Excellent month. Phone 473-4098 per or

and Friday Saturday condition. 1650. 473.4367 after 6 p.m.
9-1' p.m. Evening call 473-4479. 2tchg 10/30-11/6 tfnchgl1/2O
17* DIISIL SAIIIT. 2-daor
7823029. TFN 10/16.
LAU LOTS AND ACRIAOI--
Will SASYSITl In horn. hatchback. Deluxe model
my GAINESVILLE Keystone Height, owner
Fenced yard and hot SUNDAY'S SUNCLASSIFIED SO mpg 4-speed sun roof financed 10 percent In
AM/FM stereo cassette,
meals. Janice Noegol .
,terest. lot on clear, sand
A/C. Excellent condition.
4962510. 4tchg 10/23
bottomed lake, priced to
36.000 miles. $6.149 or
11/14. sell from 9000. One
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE SECIIO'N.Shop best offer. 377-6832, five acre overlooking to.

Sat Nov. 8. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Gainesville. 2tchg (access available) with
230 N.E. 9th Ave.. lake 10/30-11/6 nice tree from $3,900.

Butler. Ruth Winningham : $900 down $90 a month.

496-3988. Itchg 11/6. The Sun's Classified ccfion' .': ;. WANTEDCASH Commercial Investment opportunity.frontage-.

INSURANCEMAINE : FOR GOLD sterling SR-2IN. Owner-salesman.

jewelry diamonds, coin. 473-4379. tfnchg 10/2

INSURANCE AGIN. Will visit your home AKC DOSIRMANS-Top

CY.. 160 S. Lake Ay.. Lake day for shopping 'values.ING anywhere. 376-5235. Mr. quality only. You are. Invited
Butler 4963978. Complete every great Rlttmon. Phone collect.. lo visit our kennel
Insurance Service. TFN Ifncrig 10/9 4751228.

Wl BUY used furniture, appliances WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN
and aluminum tfnchg 10/2
FOR SALE
.truck topper Phone TRUCK TOPPMS"I and

-" 473-4521. tfncrig 10/16 $239. All sizes, and
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP RESIDENT MANAOSC IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH OININO' ROOM SUPERVISOR styles
needed for roomina' house near And make oood moor Full orpjrf "'-c..... Sactiuo Dinner' Coo; WORKS YARD OK HOUSE colors. 473-4921 !tfnchg
PLIES. GIFTSSee; Union Uf Cell Barry O. e.um teln.. time oooortun.lv NO... .roller' Cook end Oriental' Cook. work '' 1016m: '" "m1con ,
Inc .. "LTOR. 373'..... /> !soy: or babysitting"Good'
County Time open Monday limit ) 1130: after-4 p m T ,,.: _: Sa'1373 J "" 'ref s rInces': "'1IE'RIGIII TOIIS.WASHIIIS.( .

"and, Tuesday. 8:30: a.m. w 1iet N <1 Soffit.Mutt A Siding be experienced Subcontract 41 ] INSUftAMCB C'MAMAOCMttMTAMT SAL.1';a' l17' I .TOLf/r/D iv: !vI'Ir q't'!Nmt K!'':Invaf/! ,jiG 6 ..D''_, \uoy7s-t71d.4tPd'TO/23rnr, ,13..f",Y\:O*V I R$.JTV' td to > p.m. 'Wednesdayclosed. ? Must have own tool,end fruckCall xq/1.n1 nv benet/rf/ end LW L.gh 1ha.s.1/a.o/M.txva ,r.IL'nen'f '.t ", ""c", '.1 1. RviA' ".".
Thursday and Friday > 3/3 9t6t 3 Ihcvsl._N1/ .., 1000 Ino o.113rtr39776rar//tw/ h..t..D1n'1nQ"lIlId": $

8.30 a.m. till, noon. SPANISH' & ENGLISH _, llnowelterwaltre .. $ DEPT IPOftlOuTNf .NOW tali/n0 ."""collon. /01 FOR KENT room furniture. All very
1974 VEGA $350 ** Apply I In person O.V m J OcMtskfll/ Must .... Mr1 IIme no''''' m.,. at fem.'. .0 reasonable. 4734521.
.atn iTnoon Little" Ml v.nee. MIMIC>-*>*:M EguOmen.EMI.. \// ..1'treks; er come .
negotiable. Camper top for rm ME Waldo Hd.TERAAITH :ncsjpf tf M-f>M* C.1137trSt19 Or U41Fid, ROD. ).IS Neab.rly edProfessonell IS* MOBILE HOMI. Furnished tfnchg 10116ANTIQUI

long bed pick.up. excellent A PEST CONTROL SITTER for elderly lady, is"1' OUN05 HELP WANTED no pet*. $175 per DINING ROOM
.
condition, SI50 negotiable. Very oortstnief only cap), Certified operator Good saUry. end Sulurdevs Tr nMXirt.non Mud wr.r skirt 10 tit mime.Pr month. Phone Gene Reese SUITI-tabla, 6 chair, buffet
fro licenscid person Top dobenefits/ Apply late' ..... Silver and "r.mce.. oulrtj ftooly ._ ADDIVn, / oson betw.Mlor and china cabinet. Asking .
Call 496.3287 or 496-3123 I oood vworktno conditions Springs Blvd. OU'.. Or cell to 0ot P 1/7*. Sun Drawer A. 240M. No DhianesDe.N. Realty. 473-7076 or
alter 5 p.m. 10/9 TFN. 3/3 saweav.. name end number 670 5011: Oalnafwlle." r/. 32002 DUOS 4 .w 13th SI4v 473.7031.1IchgIl/6 $900 tamps, small appliances

HONDA 70 THREE WHEELER, 2IR HOUSI. Partially 'fur and

Excellent condition, $350. nished. lake access. $225 miscellaneous. Phone

1977 Mercury Marquis per month. Phone Gene 473-3491. IIpd 11/6

Brougham fully loaded, Reese Realty 473-7076 or ROLLAWAY lED?$40, Sofa,
30.0OO miles excellent 4737031. Itchgll6UN.UINISHID bed and matching chairs y

condition, $3 800 firm. : Ik'' NEW lift $40. Mecllner. $49. Dinette .
1011 UPr.L 1.00? cvInd.r. MAV6MICKA 3000" 1073 V/1FIAT Mortol ITSCenvorltbi nand
Phone 752.5458 after 6 door ErcalenOndNIer1' _......, cv"_. l VOVMCI. .ir......oinc Svorl Covoo "1/. Yellow with 2BA. heat pump. fully four chat(* ""$S0. '
..." sans. 3/.1 $9Ja.N1aN. 4 hn.r EKC.ll.nl condition blank trim. S 4po d. 4 .. : half-acre Beosley-'
p.m. 21chg 11/6 11/13. Student 'W Silas.! Call ./. 1131. fig. C.O carpeted lot ll "e
B> <
BRICK HOME 1.2 3 with room for garden. One 473-4521. ItchglK'S"1'
. on acres. CONV -NTI"'.". IM C'ttll| .C. MUSTANO II. 174trTfifsml MONO Accord HAlchooch
bedroom 2 both Sharp red white too Lpa'd. Now C.mshat. rvMll/ | f sONdrhere l, ....".../c" year 1 lease $323 month. G.. .. WASHfR,"ANa ORYERGRUTASDeluxe.
run well..i.i '. W 'o S/on/ excellent shape. S1M5/d Mlts *t st.5Oor test oiler last $250.ZenithColanitola
: APp: First deposit. Lot 6. .
fireplace 1.800sq. ,
carpeted. pie., Ssl! Y;Prl11 fef LOCI I 4176609 J/3.3M Nydenl
feet Swan Lake' Estates Console MevllonllilJ9Osdul3Beautiful '
living area. 19/7 PL vNicaut .5.1-swiNgty a IV74 WW But s0 RENAULT teC.tr 0moa. 4 ,
$30.000. Breaker 4851474. au/o.nat/c.: power s16 rlno., moo Mech.niceiilv stoond oootf comN. spred, tietchbdcli m/fm e.. Melrase. For appointment. -round,.ali toWeitnol
wheel.. G'"a'oen .''nvl fop lion/ AM/FAA. rMo Meat. MPO "... rtoo ml Must sell 5.1.40 '
10/9 TFN.'AIIMLAND.. Evef/w.duMMsr.M Stwa-4q MOOD Call 3V'" C.H 3/..MI3.....*>. Student' ... 47S-3l33.3tcho.il/6-13 and chojrs.i ':jOO. Sjeasjeit'nomBargains.
7 acres at lake STUDIO APT.,-completely. 473-4j2lt, 415ha.evA)
smell IMKMAUi f LeC.I, 34.VIPOettv
1914 P'v"'O 76 VW DASHER
1910 CONV' f f" PACE CAWlor .,0.
Butler, some highway frontage. Cullom work ..... and lotrl .na'n.' C2' M a-1. war si..n.. Automat/c. .... low m1/N.7360 4O MtU. hwy Air. AM fMiteroo furnished on Little lake 11/6
or. fully odder I/n0/braNS. 4w' HARP RED AUTO ANNex ,excellent $18,000 by awn.r.call .lo.n.p":: : "n-n: > monthly.31ft TOPPIRS ,jlf3H"n
:.*!. SIS 000 excellent c0 251)) G.// U 104! N. Main SI Oe.ll. f.2700 or bet offuf. Call "
Fronk 496-3247 after Call 318 6295. ....n'n"tJ'' 613O All. J1!06" 0" Sf' .rn...", ./g'fI7I: j/1 as/*. Drone 51't -" FURNISHED on Lake. ,36" .Id. ) --' wll4lvhtV' A
7 30 p m. 2lchg 10/3011/6. Geneva. S2SO monthly. bubble "' '-
1977 CHEVROLET PICK-UP KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY ri nT .

Long bed, 6 cyl.. auto b'uat 1 REALTOR 473.4521.'I"IIV''II..OH" IllIUI1
trans, power steering and 473-4961 NEW 1t0CIIIIII" $mtftlJ emit

brakes, air cond. tinted tchg 1V6 ,green. *>hone Ilt7o-3r\ 4! Elo's,
---- lIbnl,
glais, gauges, radio. Itchg 11/6
heavy duty rear springs, ...-- OPPORTUNITIESi WARINOUiV'Soturdoy1 to S'AII1A2I5IJ3:
'
step bumpter. only 43,000 .. .... i. : o. ''. YJ NW.Ic qO
miles. Extra Clean 3000. '.. Behind ChevroSldlot) (' "' <
Ih..y -' ''''.1 FEES to good home.
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Phone 496.2769.11pd 11/6 Flamingo: Balk. :?ol Two ;ZRt1 t af. 't'N{:BVOWMBit: Aewl/ 1.d.3'.V OWNER: fslewberrv 3 .R. Mostly Lob. 4751379. bpd '
1 1979 HONDA XL lB5.s. like / ".aue .f ,'::1':/nrack.'e. ..../. to..... IMO ... W Wosoded I '''4 ....! C* wtm ._,. room.cent. 10/30 *, oil filter*. 'elcVConV01andgetltl ...,,., .tier?
new only' 350 mile, Idea Vw ecre Iota, febo Cut fit acre at 5407 ftwv Archor'lid MTV*, nooVt/Alr. fufly terpeI at Vkecre Meted jl1/' "
furthet- lnforREDMAN :/ .J71xYrOre,Owner//nanClM.3n6+*r*. corner lot on CUNC... ...,. ; a .I 1'
always garaged $990. ....-. Ass.nM/a 0w% '
Kayak. Oldtown 4 .... 9 "..". den By OWN.R' Nw3/are.SR's.2 Need 171, e6.aR3001 enf. HOMES FOR \
cant .ilr/ti e>l. M"' *(*... '.c.. _'.In. PERSONAL
'fiberglass complete with 5.OOO fJown A ftlttt/rtMK a 17,409 R/When.NgwN;w111 1 1 M. a AISUMAMORTO.1M nR.2'on.
skirt, paddle and jacket. P ash Buyor muff mov>. J7F.3>j. car gara0. iS3g00. JIM 7x2. SUM. :=,.no oonr.oMMrvlnti neMt/alr. It SALE SERVICES

Excellent cond. $175. BY OWNER:1975: PROM homoy OVVNCW, MOO ft. t;*Mto Now(.. rtroicro. c u ::: 'aviLmtoom:' "' i w=':; NEW 3IR 2IA
Craftsman 9' Radial arm 3 ..... 2 ".". central .Ir"t. a*' *jr..l room. .r..MO. O..lll.... ..eA4.TOI*. J/lvxtM. efficient home energy. CARPENTER WORK
law with stand $150. Anti / !!.o..... Vary nice. Call 37147s7 I30...SW S Ave. J.1-1/44 seer 5. .Pe_. MODULAR fro 1 'half-acre on wooded Remodeling work, kitchen;

que Richard 12 guage, ..UVNOW..NO..O...' A FENCED SACK YARD POOR Lake .In L MO.ll' ....II. 2A .... .lot. paved cabinet and trimcarpenter.
toft. tlr_l c*. .I,. .fenced ".- .streets CH/A W/W
double-barreled "Rabbit COUNTRY CHARM. LATER wllrt this ._-. two THE KIDS 000 with /N. 4 SR Reasonable
CITY CONVENIENCe Welt ihuoled bilh 11hedLl colllno In 1'A baits hank M* Nil. An exc Mwn .107/me.3Trf. 3715017 carpet.S39.90O. Swan lake
Ear" Shotgun $60. Phone I 3 acre lot Iris then IDol flvlno-nd fMnJna room COUr1leylone) vow of It** fl, |M ortao.RBlAL tV OWNttR ; ., idea l prices. Call Ed Dempsey at
...... Nonbras.. Estate, lot 23 located
hllcrin end 'Oc. "" on
OF great I.Kt.fr nom m l4Wt>ti-:
minutes vet Some tree* *
4962769. Ipd 11/6. some. elected %OOO Cerl Tur- ..,.... OouQleH. 4V Sort 8u1'_.. ..1TAT.fMtlAUTO*. Lrced 1, ..avt.rotf!...much SR-36, 2 miles east 'of.Melroee. ) 4732477. tfnchg 10/2
74 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME Imager, HEAL TOM 312....._ IfW. 31362 '11-31'. Iw : mor .... .,. ". r I. Office On Lot 2. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
'for parts, good engine, "Jetse Closed meeting Monday B
Keene Builders,.
rebuilt, transmission 200. ." ,' .. p.m. Open meeting Friday
: .. 475-2123. 2tchg II6.II13IAKI
Phone 4311602. 2.pd 11/6 .. CINIVAExecutlve"liama fl p.m. Alonon Monday
11/13. 8 7
", In city limits 48R. p.m. Alateen Monday
10 1/2 ACRES On graded p.m. All meeting in
3BA. 33x12 PI...-
room.
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road 12500. suitable for Educational Building. Community
beautifully
homesite, or 'farm. Phone .: L .. '.t rSW.OOO with assumable landscaped.' S Church tfnchg.
4963728. 11/6 .. .... ... .
4tchg -- ---- -- ...."--'- .-. 3/4 loan. 10/2.
11/27. : "I or.' print .JOOJSnim Out O RIM C evs Al wm'e'. .' MAIMt N Oauoe, J enotnet.. Jl.iarv PRESSURE CLIANINa. PAIN-"'
t h / Cancer FT? 04/km" Iced fees c..m..n I' switcheft oti '-i'Con, .< :. IAKI .aIlOOKL1N, 'VIEW,,:
I / / / trot panet aOP 3/. Goal, 3SR 21" T.NG and wallpapering.)
karmoan. woo Ken L ,, family
1.r.: r. room..,
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wer'1.100. no
Phone'
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473-2477. tfnchg
FOR RENT li t l (MAC.HINfc. serve 10 OJ double garage),, 1.600
C ... be.l offer Ca.l. sq. '
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Ht-Artttts- ni 'a. 10/2
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RING" to diamond ''fl.
uo Jt.ooo 61V V2 X17:* 4YM. *.,be,. orjjrjrnPIN84LL ', (?)nly $3.000
airs o weetMne eandt 361,300" "
Men"t. "oeCorm ,deed weddln* 8ru Wt Otl ..: r.:0: : \: : : PIUMSINO REPAIRSLorry'Teague
bond All for ttlHOP, 3/3 *98IttSriWASMItR Sat..M ]// atm__. I.i -..u.M .- m BOXES *dOUI KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HEAltY! Plumbing.
24X60 MOBILE HOME 3 f PONIABLtj I Ok A M*. ... brown .tf>in.e). .* T .I..OR.AIfcBarstell < 475.1313.tfnchg 10/23 .
bedroom, 2 bath central WF old "i 60. Dinette table 4 MOO Courts: Cl...lr. Mere ...... Amusement 3n_ OCMM ''' REALTOR, .CARPINTRY AND MASONRY
cnair. **o, fcariy.Aniar'canrnr.n O*>***, 'Jp bad one h* M\\ 473.1%'
heat and air. Furnished ,. r.JO: Icai 'i i* '" > IIOII t off. Luywin: : trade" seMfitf for 1Nhg 11/6 .WOIK-.build patio,
O ikiiMfl one lo or -
1265 per month unfurnish tC I ''IC S.OVft taotratk I ....0.. UM 0 *A...-. w'tft.liocii .*O foot. f able' /... .. nue*. ? fireplace, addition
ed $200 per month plus .......J.i tape ........tM Oishwaiher ... and we nco.. 2 tfouOl Iran, and....".. .,. *3i !- av4 I J-t remodeling' home and
deposit. Hwy 241.. Phone ... "A.... '. 'OK" .. ... --I- t. .1'ieirtr. Mar-oi. ,('.r. .. 2 BetfMJre4d 7 f/itifjlo' window. *tll for.f>lHfX '. 1"" "" rA". l., MaV.rlal/w-. MISCELLANEOUSJilNOOhAMIRICAN i file. work free
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282.1826. TFN 10/16. u.rn_ record pJ4Vr MO C4l 3t$'**.._. ..A1y H"A'.N.-. ....,' '0' rhw/M ....c._ YO : ". r t 'han.473..73 during day<: ,
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER In M. INH--:0 .;.,.;,!Onc..7 tea; W lAr. nMP" "U"'"'double, healer 17.000:::'f- "' hiY: I'call frolic i$ca JIiJ rb./de I 1P a ,we,05550 .," t ( LEGION or 712.3906 alter" S p.m.

Pow.II'* Mobile Home 7 t.knl." +y wd! SNMI .CsN, JAI w\j-. '6 I';::'; :"'ys.I, JI.IO.. ""It ,( J IRS fT1w'8.151-... ; I.; J. 11. ", : ; "'i." : )HAH.; SR.at"; Mt. J7 p.m.. 4tpdJ! 1/6-11/27 'Ii. ,';Olio'
Village., References and ./ unooy. 2.1 p.m. Public Invited.tlnchg .
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deposit required. .' \12/" ,
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MOBILE HOME two ":.. d, IIAMCIS, .between."Keyt .
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bedroom with screened .M.lr_ I
Need ? 1s.
more information2'- ; ,
porch on acre lot. Water i. : ;.' 0. < : 't :" ..: ,,.Ji..: :'. [movlncj. to 120 S. Lawrence

furnished. $100 a 'month.' ,' 1 Keystone. Phone 473.2699.
Phone r 4963907. Itch t i ..,Interested in placing: .; classifiedri4Y! ,:y % .. ; IZ.. ,: ',,, t 3lehcj 102311Bl""SOARAbE

10/30 t C Utjle r' SALI'fSovk.
I BEDROOM APT.t Near 't'Ca1l372-4222' .In;, Star 964.S17Q1; Mites 1 U1t. Cfolt,garage door with all

tfhooll and shopping ( j; ;.' ; i' .'Il.. ', ,.,. 1 \ --: -1 .t .' axrsi. ', /IIodd. and ends,
"""n, Phone 4962179. :' .. Stet Off SR.IOO/ Im.
.,., 01''' .", AI I/j, on I One ladybug
ft r"- forty
lift "' '''.' __t"""' Itcho 'Ifs or fifty aphids a day.

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CLASSIFIED j I il'i BOATS 't '"OItlUS!" 'JtJ .I FOML"Fi-. ;' ,"FOR SALE FOR SALEFliswoolis FOR SALE, PERSONAL I PERSONAL

Deenilillse for lnirfloi ; 1F Oil $ I SERVICES SERVICES
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TwoodovAn"n. precodlitig I I'I* Tfl-HULl :FIBIROLASSBoot If PIN CIN16 i AlC' k'lnifs.j: hog "I" .i ,',.. ,..!. f
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Thursday Mfere publiewHa" -, w/80 hp Mercury WATJON'E MOUSE OF no... ..... Ia'. CYPRUS LUMMRi Most any BILL'S SAW SHOP ,
barb Completesharpening TANK
wire SEPTIC
I molar ,opd-.Gator.i trailer.Colfli.F. MOIILS\ HOMES);|Why pay ,{ reldool.wiret VACUUMS' Many brands Morgan Rd. '*.tlst, .lie,ivolloble Including service circular BRADFORD
link
,rmo1lBuf| | dlr.ect 'from ,hofactory. > wire wood ,.cho1q : 74'rtiono, vdiuums. Used SRVICEi Pump-out
$2.10. "
Minimum charge Church. 10/' tin itwntl 19 plocol.H.4".8'1
lI.ddtihj carbide
hand ,
..... Ire tlmals. MANNING Rasldentlol commercial
I ,large .Ion.ol.) machine, available.' Part
19 Words). 964-79IOl'T/l7 I
.Arthur alsoavailable.
Coven
soil
( TFPD. FENCE CO., 473-4822. MAY $19 e Y'al"Itil'i| Sawdust chain. mower blade' hollow and Industrial. Fully licenced
lock. ward ..11 FT.GLASTRON ,,,12YI4': and double wide wand accessories for all 10/9 Call
118 BOATi 22S M. "" Catkin, 782310. II.ph.nSmith ground and 9 balanced. Phone 9648121. TFchg
COMMUNITY Keyttone. TFchg ,
,.10110conts. hp V-hull.' Vinyl top and MOBILE, FINtdmaterial. >vacuum ystems. 404 NW tnchg 468-2624. Hampton. Leave or Jackson Building MOTORCYCLE REPAIMl Factory
I Not responsible. Ion wren man,."'Iu.*, occeHorlei.Jut rOM8SALES) US, ..301forth. CHAIN' 'LINK it'lburself", ,;, :10th Ave.. Gainesville, % 8/7 tnchg.TELEVISIONtl". Supply In Storka. Keystone trained mechanic
I when given vr the phone > .like.. newt! CallGolne.vllle ,!') Opens la dusk '.'0' Do. n..llollon'ovallabl. '' ,it" phone 376-7110. TFchgtIMIROCKt ruell"Me Triple areuer: COLORiCensol Heights or Lake Butler. US-301 South 964.6020.
I .6,. en Sunday, Phone and ..v.. / 20 yd. semi $59. love **al rtW.. ..*.M4
I I. 1 : TFchg
when ml typooll.nd 376-3619. I 5/29 S.DOOKKlgpiN4i
er copy TFN. Free .. .... .*. modal under war TFchg
brought to the office. ,. 964-8741.615 TFN. L load only. ALLEN .. $190 King sli* load $100 off balance due ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSl SRftVICSSl 9
ranty. Pay
] 'BR 'I BA CONCRETE HandyMan Fane* Co. iTAYLOR. Lawtoy. Phone sofa $49 washer t12l.dre. all
In
---- $192.00 cesh or take overpayments yean experience
Motorcycle BLOCKt Central heat A air; 964-8SS9. TFchg L 7823172. TFchg $100, '.01./ "- of $19.20 Phone 964-9148 or%7619.. phasei Including taxes and

I T-rr LR/PR family ream. AUCTIONAntiques loveweat. choir 1190. color, and per TFchg 111 ; government forms.
month. White
YARD SALE'.IIDAYI YAMAHA.190 6(0 SPICIAtl Comp. carpeted For Into lurnltur! ,LESS THAN NAIF POICItChose console TV $ISO,Jk$29.. Sawing REMODELING BUILDING 473-7073 alter 5 P.M. 7/3

60 mpg. Excellent condi motion call. 9647197. glassware' ,bedroom of drawers; 3. Spanish...._/ end$BS.' Appliance Center 3527 REPAIRSi New kitchen, ttchg
S.W Archer Road Archer
40 ft. electric
dressers
Nov. 7, 1020 tion. Right ldemirror, $29.000.10/234tpOll/13. suites, ,tool plus many ; new white leathev.-Befe Square Plaia. Gainesville baths, family rooms. Prick KilN TREE SURGEONS
Eastwood Dr. noorSouthslde ,case guard With foot pg. ,2 BR HOUSE with one acre of More Items..Auction ovary entrance wire. 200 w/swlvl rocker $139. block concret Fireplace Trimming removal. 14 yrs.experlenc .
Phone 376-4466.11/6 .
9 luggage rock with bock land. Pecan and fruit tree Friday night. I ml.south of amp Cost $2.00 par foot smoked glass eo *e/2 and speclolllti. Grlllli Con.traction. *. How* 55 It.
Elem. 5
I a.m. ..*.. $1800. Call 964-5624. In country. Call 9646861., Stark on 301. will sell for $.99 par ft4bookco tables $190. brand nw tfncng.SAVB Phone 473-2108 bucket. Free, estlmata
p.m. Baby Cloth*, 10/30 2tpd 11/6. 10/30 21pd 11/6. SevtKeeitemAveHen **; egg poacher; modern style ewe $200 MONET Go and or 473-2978. TFchgSBWINO Phone 782.3733. 9/25tnchg
household Items, linen, ... tt..... Shop at the Do-Drop- MACHINES
SUZUKIi CS ISO L. Black. NEW 3BR MASONRY HOMEl Service. .electric flat Iron; "Ing. 792-7961. Prewldanc BARNII CARPET CLEANING
book plants, much moro. In Bargain Haute far oil, of REPAIREDi All makes
for 8 silverware 2 "
Must see to appreciate. Central heat and air wallto "...1127 Rooer Itchg' 116.SBWINO Shampooing and extraction.
Com Sao Us. It 11/6. 186 miles;( only a few wall Located fancy spoons free: :2 table your drapes, and spread cleaned oiled and adjusted. Living room dining
'11. lAT.i Nov. 78, weeks old. Must sell. carpet. at .PHONE ANSWERING equl, lamps 2 electric bakers MACMMW-SINOM Any ill*. 1250 S. Walnut $10. Work room and hall. $29.95.
Kyston 2 blocks south ol $2300 or $900 and take 1320 Charles Court(Reno) mans $39 00 Call 964-6701, ; and fry ; grandlather toOl rush button. Singer St. 964-6740. 11/6 tin.1HI guaranteed. James, 12664460. 10/23 tin
110..... Fla. Financing 10/16 rlrtchg. pans ....t. DOM all without"
Strickland
Post Office on Lawrence ovai payments. Coll dock $179; wall clock.. DO-OROPMN Bargain corner Morgan ME BUY GOLD. Cash on the
available will trod for toeh_.
or LAND 1.5 to 1.75 Originally sold' Rd. and Hwy 16. TFcha
Blvd. 8:30: a.m. 4:00 964-6763'or Approx. Williams Jewelry.too .
p.m. 964-9382. SJO; O.E. flat Iron: G.E. House. 1290 S. Walnut St.. ipot.
lamlllos < mall 10/30 older house or vacant land acre: Corners Lafayetteand fr $999.00. ray aft .. Call St. 9647064.
Two Big 21po 11/6. electric floor cleaner and 9644740 .has a good selection
or what hove Contact down balance due 'I '.ao cash'
you. St. to
ladies clothing little ol Orange polisher; :2 largo .....lalcllbln.I. of used furniture and N fI 10/1fnchg.,
9646374. B a.m. to Sp.m. Bay. (Behind! Pl4ly Wlgg- er ***uma. payments" : Will KEEP YOUR KIDS Dayor
everything. Itnchg 1/6. RENT ,one room appliance at all times. W*
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FOR .
Mondny Friday. ly). Call 1-236-2S24 (Silver $1390rmentn.. Frfre- RECMERYROOM SIS.OO for
SATURDAY Nov. 8. 1002 humid I"*., 2 light stands;, buy and Mil wood fur ..11I night. one;
Butler Rd. 9 a.m. to 5 ,! 10/302tpdl1/6. Spg*.) *r 9648469. 10/30 horn trialealill'groellf. i' niture. 11/6 $20.00 for two. 964-7440.
p.m. PALMS APAHTMINTSi Furnished :3 BEDROOM BLOCK HOMEl 4tpd 116.FIRRWOODi. dry and wt vacuum manager' 376 44" 7. ......... tfnchg. Itchg 11/6.
Clothe household ware, Odd and ends. The Room off
cleanar.
.offlclpncl and I IBR Central hoot and fireplace. By pick-up load. White, Sewing and. Appllance Recovery EXPERIENCED TEACHER has
bicycle miscellaneous.Two [ lake Local .
Call 964-8746 Sat. a Dist.Archie
opts.. weekly or mon Ph. 964-74S8. 10/30 4tchg $29 short bed.. $30. long Frlddy Con_. :03J7 S.W. LANDFORSALE City /limited opening for child
families. Weather
Sunday Nov. 7, 4 9. Tanner FunarotHome In home. 2 meal
thly. NEW FURNISHED 11/20. bed Scrap Oak. Will Archer Read. ArcherSquare car my
permitting. Itnchg 11/6. onl Route, 16 at Cooerly Estate and mack educational
MOBILE HOMIl
STUDIOS monthly landscapedacre deliver. Call 964-7730. Plena Gainesville. program
.FRIDAY SATURDAYs. Nov. 2313 N. Temple. Stark ; privacy fence; utility. 10/302tpd 11/6. Rood Itpd 11/6. Phone 376-446. 11/6 Ofrl JTW jttorWe.- ond fenced yard.
7 A 8. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Two 3*ACRESt Woter Oak Crook Reference
TFehg 3 BR; excellent condition. HIGH QUALITY Argentina ,,Clarified Ads tfnchg. Hampton.
lamlllas. 609 Milton Tor- KITCHENETTES One BR Many extras. $12.500. Hay twice fertilised no gets result MICROWAVE OVEN Nw Are*.. Near Crawford OPPORTUNITIESFOR available. $32.50 weekly.

race. Cloth*. otc. Itnchg apartments pool TV. AC. 7823928. 11/6 2tchg rain. 300'bole* $1.90 e never vood" Now worrenty. Rood $700 per ocr*. Price Also by day or hour.

11/6. utilities Included. Totally 11/13. bale. After two week will SMOKED BIRDS Bakes. cralBs. In 3. rwaorlobl. 782-3796. 11/6 IBASEt Restaurant In 468 1S36. Itpd 11/6.
SATURDAY Nov. 8. I a.m. furnlvhed. 0X> YOU NEED CASH M
Weekly monthly 2tpd 11/13. you
be $200 a bale. Call For The Holiday minuttle. Originally, sold. Bradford Call
5 SUN. 1 a.m. 5 rate,TEMPLE MOtEL. Aoroa. hold the ticket number to
p.m. LAKE PROPERTY 2 lots
\ .Take the hurry and for .ever $3OOOO. opprox anytime 12.
WildernessLog 964-9379. 10/30 ) | < Py
AvY 2tpd116.1 the McDonald's 15.000.000.lIv.r
Furniture, tools.dishes 880 N. .
Temple
toys
p.m. 3 block from
QUAKER OIL BURNER One! worry out of your holi- balance due $ ".00., II Crystal 17432229. Had 116.NEEDED mine could
linens A Stork Phone HomesAn game we
964-73S7.
pots pans Lake $4900 each. Call ..
large with blower. Plus day cooking: by ordering payment of$17.50 month. shore the profits
9/20
ol Starkeon TFchg.
7 mi. SE
clothes. Cloversattle.Itnchg MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE octvntur Into rustic outside ell tank. $' .00, your smoked White' 'Sewing, and .Ap.) %4-SM offer 5 p.m. I!chg 50.000.232; 2S.OOO-237;
SR 100. .
HOME PARK mobile home .(.gone*. We make 762-3680. Itpd 11/6. ; turkey today. Smoked silence Center, 3327 S.W. 11/6. VOLUNTEERS 9.OOO-238; OOO-242/345;
116.SATURDAYs 9 and apace lor rent. Phone Log Horn droams-a MIXED PECANS 80 par Ib. chicken also available. Archer Ra.d Aeh.r'' 1$ ACRESt Com* to Under For Stark Fire Dept.CaII9646161 100 sliver 248/231. Call
Nov. 8.
a.m.
.".2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING reality. 7823680. Itpd 11/6. Call 9644787 after 6:00: Square plane, Geloeevllle wood Motel efllce. Hwy. Cheryl 782-3924. 11/6 4tpd

to 5 p.m.Items.842 Manymiscellaneous and sleeping Janet M.II..llnglloaltor.Alllho.lzod ELECTRIC ORGAN Double P.M. Phone 376..14&6.1116 301 North 'Storke. ttchg n .... 11/27.

room TV and Air. Dealer, keyboard and built-in 11/6 3tchg 11/20 tfnchg.. .11/. ...
W. Lafayette St. Itnchg
Underwood Motel 3 miles 1-904-782.3931-7B2.3896 rhythm makar. With 1

116.SATURDAYe. Nov. 8. 9 a.m. North ol Stark, on Hwy Nomos-LefteActswago bench. $400. 94-8494. ,' 'Small 1106 BIRCH'S U84. 534 For SolaHorseCBoa
301. 10/9 tnchg Lowtey. Flo 11/6 atchg 11/13. SUMhome Computers *
to 4 p.m. Church Youth DOZIRS FOR RENTi By wk CULLIGAN SALT SPECIAL! 80 : ::"computers prograr"er. IPM PEST CONTROL SERVICES Seautllul App. Gelding.

League. 406 N. Myrtle ((2 or day. With or without MOBILE HOMEl 12x65. 1974 Very gnllo good show
: lb. bog $3.49. limited of- NEW* USED mad to your pclflcatlan -_ The Master 1011ars
block west 01 Orange St. Have 3SO 450 .,. op
operator. Redman. UnfurnUhad |n- I... Western Auto Call Tom Gumber.ftar 6p.m. e0 For restive Gnnn-r1ooh" Control ec. 10.. prospect.
off Pratt). Clothes toy, We finance our awn. ,. 75
9646938. Boat.
John Dr
'15% ft. Glostron
cl. air and heat 10x12 '
miscellaneous Ham*: 10/23 4tthg 11/13. awning; newly carpeted COLOR 9646841.TVs 11/6 Soars.rln. Call KIRBYS 2Khg. 11/13.at %.4-9M. ,". p. sopoolso 8.n..... t': i l....n Pt-i' **' VE8II OW/0" HP motor, good condition

Itnchg 116.SATURDAVi Bll AIR APTSt Furnished new drapes; 2 smoke 9647570. Itchg 11/6. ROYALS good fishing ond skI boat.

Nov. 8, lour apartments. Good loca alarms. Vary good cond. FEATHER BED Mo"...*. Call EUREKAS 468-289 or ".1919. Itpd

families. Furniture., tion. Bell-Air Apartment Asking ".500. Call *flat 9646447., 1Ipd 11/6. HOOVERS '
clothes toys push barrear US-301 South In Lawtey. PILL-lIMEROCI(
3'39: or on wkends.: NEW AND USED FURNITUREand.appllo"cos.
sliding window lor Reasonably priced.. 10/23 ELECTROLUX .. .. .
I ...,.. .. ., 964-8261.1tchgIl/6. Porch :MOBILE HOME'INSURANCE
Chevy truck. Lots ol ml'c .lfnpd. _q "'" Olltl FILTER QUEENS
HOMEl 78 Falrmoraoulewlde
501 .SpjjdMPoQ04; TAI..I. LIGA1t.jitttly, automatic,' ',..ack.r..AIIGAIN\ "i.. : ;:,..'.sEAII$ ,, >; ., J::. .."'! ., j' .IER'WORK .
wO'oelondlfloa '.sM: r,: ,> :3 ER. 2 BASl,?;: -'CM*!*, -(J" ,:30t South, "" .. ; ,
house flBafjghttiand;(Id* :I,j.pr r rrioUnstallallan extras L den.l kltchen/dlnlngxaraeui.<*< 966679,TFchg ".*.' COMMERCIAL 1: ,, :" ;; ; "Taklaitallations"; HOMEOWNERS

behind Irodl.rd..Collnty. limited oiler 9647638. Carpet Air/Heat. SI3.000. PLUMBING FIXTURtS. wln- Wo repalroll I make*. POLICIESAT
Hospital Itnchg 11/6. tfnchg 10/23. 964-9784 or 782-3488 alter dow,>doors,* pipes. plus
SATURDAY Nov. 8. Misc. ONE IR HOLISM On Lake 6 p..... Itchg 11/6. 10,000 other Item now at AL YOUNG'S : loft REASONABLE RATES

goods. Clothes' for all Johnson. With fireplace.Available BY OWNERl 3 BR, 1 BA; LM.OR Bargain Center US 301 CALL--coilRom RDS. ---------
ages; tools and lots el Nov. r April. or Den with eol-ln kitchen South Starke. TFchg Shwa I9E7.: Olin's Mobile

other stuff. Go to Cardin SI SO mo.. first and last ; fireplace. Crystal pREEZERi 15 cu. ft. upright. 964-6918 :
Bros. Septic Tank Co. on US month In advance plus Lake hometlte with lake $ISO. Call 782-3781. Itchg 5546750.Stev Home Sales
301 South ol Stark. turn 2 milso.. north of
190.00 depoill. Utilities extra. accai lOOxIBS ft. lot. 11/6., Cardin Owner FREE QUOTES
right on dirt rood. 2nd 473-2978. Itchg 11/6. Guest houM. Coll 964-5200 FUlNITUREi 4 matching StariteenUSMI 1 Phone 904-5606

trailer on .right. 'Hnchg SMALL HOUSE Furnished; day and 964-7187 after 5 tables, $29: assort table

11/6. BR/IR; kitchen A both. Inside ;and weekend. Itchg 11/6. $"-$"; trundle bed $70 Elaine M. Olin Agent
FRIDAY 1 SATURDAVi Nov. city limit on US 301., HOMEl: Br. 2 BA frame S ""Ioa
; dinette w/6 chair, $55;

7 and* wocncns 8.J;' l
and .oj# 1.1: ,ridges St., 11/13. SERVICE( ''POLES?
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clubi0&"11 apostit'ieveroPfamil4i9t carpet and drape. La.. CARS ftTRUCKS $600; Ambassador 6000 .. .. 200' AIMP
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'" Adults,.No pets. Mr*. Shuferd delivered. Sunshine; Acre, Sa! rd "
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4-12 shMc.. ft'* J64.T6220., ,'KINOSLIY LAKE 9 rooms; Friday Excellent' thru Sunday noon ZliatER HEATER Colt Iron ... : Restricted for 1850 sq.

10/9 tnchg t ; I furnished. Available until 533-2474. 10/23 tfnpd. with ton. Heat eight' room ; ..1133 ft. minimum building

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> Trwlllgar Motor 964-EIB2.: ;* Ilm'11tchetl13 CAIH FOB: CCINSi. Gold, ,. Builder Pays All Closing Costs' Plumbing

Inc. 206 W. .Madison.Stork : sliver sterling dental .

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473-3449 OIL o! ";tcM: 11' T\ eck 4-brrU .46BISSIWAMTEDt( 9/H tnchg. ,- '" I &hrl:> hove to offer for the
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Selev; "' W-324S. Itpd 116. \ot goed condition. axle. .need. (.i!

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paper per 3 25 For 14 /." x 1 contact &.20
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accurately spaced lines and brown center REG. $8.80 stacked to any height with optional,
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Coleman Fuel For.Chlldren of All AgesProvides Permanent Type
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Latterns and Catalytic Football, TG&Y'Antifreeze

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Quartz Decorator
Hungry Hungry Hippo Wall Clock Scooby-Doo LITE BRITE Western Roundup Set
Game by Hasbro8 Several I Designs Game by Milton Bradley Create Beautiful Pictures Complete with Hat, Vest
Fast & Frantic Action Game For Ages 6-10 with Light, Contains Neckerchief. & Loop Double
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As your Hippo Swallows that Solid State pera Get Scooby Doo Out of Hundreds of Glowing Pegs Holster Set with Two Cap Pistols
Last Marble Simulated Wood Finishes The Haunted Castle in Eight Brilliant Colors and Cap Firing Rifle

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Official Size & Weight Chalk Holder and Eraser Front Mounted Speaker House Current. 5'/z" Blade. Compact Saw
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