Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04283
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:04283
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Broken clouds, a chance of thunderstorms, and a chance of rain will h sjde... i i. }' S I ,
continue Into Saturday, according to the 4-day weather forcast of the
Florida Division of Forestry. Two Sections 1 1
Sunday the weather is expected to become mostly and dry, and, SECTION At
warmer. sunny Now. .. . .. ..Pago* 1.3 .
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There is a 60 percent chance of rain today (Thursday,Oct. 7) with 1/2 to editorial .Pag ,
1 inch of rain expected from noon to 2 p.m. with a high temperature of 91 Soclali. .. :. ... .Pago. 6,6' .,
degrees. Sport. .. . .. .Pago. 11,12
Louis Hill fire tower at Highland reported 3/4-inch of rain Tuesday and legal. .. . . .. .Pag* 7
the Santa Fe fire tower on US-301 south at Hampton reported 9/10th of an ,
inch. SECTION Bi',. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven

The county averaged 7.08 Inches of rain in September, about three Inches Obltuarl., ... . . .Pag 6 ,
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more than normal. Louis Hill tower recorded 6.34 Inches New River Pag \ 104th Year STARKE FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
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fire tower on SR-100' west 8.10 inches, and the Santa Fe tower 6.8 inches in Pag 10th Issue Thursday, October 7, 1982 USPS 062400iirir

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Set to Go : House SeatAfter

One of five Bradford High coeds' '
will be crowned ,1982 homecomingqueen
as the highlight of the Tornado [Lii
whirl tonight (Thursday, Oct. 7) receiving a first primary sur-
kicks off two days of activity.The prise shakeup, incumbent Rep. Frank
Wiliams, D-Crystal Lake, revised his h
Whirl which begins at 7 p.m. at low-key game plan and bounced backin
Bradford stadium, will include class Tuesday's second primary with a
skits, presentation of club no-holds-barred 144-vote victory over
sweethearts, presentation of the his hard-hitting opponent, Lee
homecoming queen and her court. Drawdy of Orange Park.
The majorettes will do a routine witha In staging his comback from 1,700
fire baton, the Marching Tornado votes back in the first encounter,
band will play, and the BHS Williams matched Drawdy almost
cheerleaders will lead cheers. vote for vote in populous Clay County, 9
There will be a homecoming paradeat where awdy led also 2-1 in the first
1 p.m. Friday Oct. 8. The mar- primary. Williams also captured 62
ching Tornado band will lead the' percent of the vote in the nine Brad-
parade south down US-301 from ford precincts remaining in District
Washington Street at BHS to Call 21, and trailed Drawdy only 44 votesin
" Street, turn east on Call to Thompson the tiny, northwestern tip of
St., south on Thompson to MadisonSt. St.Johns County.
., west on Madison St. across US301to Final count, including absentees,
Orange St., north on Orange to was Williams 4,284 and Drawdy 4,140. Rep. Frank Williams
Washington, and turn right back to Tally, by counties, was: Dist.11 House Winner
BHS to disband.In .

Friday night's homecoming football Drawdy Williams Williams spiced his stepped-up se-
game the 1-2 Tornado eleven will I Clay: 3,389 3,210 cond primary campaign with attackson
take on tough rival St.Augustine, 2-1 I Bradford 559 926 "Naughty Drawdy" and emphasison
this week. BHS lost 16-6 to SA last : a critical Clay County grand jury
season. St.Johns: 192 148 report which, while not singling out
: The five senior queen contestantswere Drawdy, termed the Clay County
elected Tueseday by the student Williams carried 10 Clay County Commission as ineffective in Its administration
body, are Diana Crawford, Sadie precincts to Drawdy's eight. of county affairs, and
i McDuffie, Lori Flynn, Beth Francis, Drawdy's strength was in his home outgrown by the rapid growth of Clay
and Mary Watterson. precinct, populous Orange Park, County.
Miss Crawford, 17, daughter of Mr. which he carried 326 to Williams' 174. Drawdy denied any conflicts of In-
and Mrs. Neil Crawford of Raiford Without this vote, Drawdy would have terest on his part, but did not entirely
Road, is in the BHS chorus and the lost Clay County; escape criticism of the entire board
Tornado band in which office the I Green Cove Springs, with two for alleged mishandling of the so-
bells. She takes English} procedures precincts, divided its favors, called tag agency building contracted
bookkeeping, typing, and is Williams taking Pet. 1,176 to 148, and on SR-21 in what some critics described -
a teacher's aide. likes-fishing J .I< '. ..t. as a Drawdy admitted the
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plays ,the piano and likes to ,.......-_.. ............ .' ,,::"". ":, ;";'; : Williams carried Mlddteburg.,.269 to Clay board erred in not looking at the, -, ,
Diana plani 'get JotTBndgb td '\1t-- )'""' "r. ,\ .;> 111II"11'X :.', Drawdy'i 154. site, but said the project cost$140,000
lege at night, maybe to become 1OI--i' ,,, In Bradford County, Drawdy car- and the building and land is valued at
X-ray technician. ried only one of nine precincts No. 2, $210,000.
Miss McDuffie, 17, the East Lawtey, with 154 votes to While both men seem to be in agree-
Mr and Mrs. Simon Mitchell of t .1.'l1loQf'; .p"_ lI>_ 1 Williams' 139. The other ment on controversial issues, such as

Starke, is a BHS cheerleader and is In Which One Will It predominately black prencinct, No. 7, gun control (both opposed), they both
the chorus. She is enrolled In Be....? gave Williams 153 to Drawdy's 107. accused each other of mudslingingand
teacher's aide, typing, law studies, One of these five Bradford High coeds Is the 1982 footThe pretty young ladies (I-r) across the top are Diana In Bradford tiniest precinct, lOB, disregarding the truth. Each
psychology, English, and chorus. ball homecoming queen. The queen will be announced Crawford. Lori Flynn and Beth Francis. In the middle with only 18 registgered voters due to placed his personal integrity and
Sadie's favorite hobby is and crowned tomorrow night (Thursday, Oct. 6)) at Tor- Is Sadie McDuffie, and at bottom right is Mary Walter- recent redistricting, only four votes honesty on the line, maintaining he
,, cheerleading but she also likes nado Whirl. son. were castall for Williams. had a corner on these virtues.
skating and singing. She wants to be a Williams, who never lost confidencein Apparently Williams has no ill feel-
nurse or social worker tend college, perhaps something in playing the piano, singing, being with is enrolled in chorus, is in the Key his ability to win, even after the ing from the sometimes bitter cam-
I Miss Flynn, 17, the daughter of the medical field. friends and talking. She will attend Club, is senior class president, and first primary, described himself as paign, saying he would like to be
, Charles Flynn of Starke and Mrs. college and study music or to work !does a radio show at WPXE for feeling "tremendous" before cat- friends again with Drawdy, as they
Judy Flynn of Pennsylvania is in the Miss Francis, 16, the daughter of with the handicapped.Miss school, and is a member of the New ching a 7 a.m. Wednesday flight to have been in the past. "I don't hold
BHS chorus. She is enrolled in math Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis of River Baptist Church. Mary is enrolled Wichita, Kan. where he is attending a grudges. We ran a race. Only one per-
I analysis, advanced English, advanced Starke, In a BHS chorus member. She Watterson, 17, the daughter of in computer science, English, law meeting of the American Civil son could win. I'm just thankful that I
chemistry, computer science, is enrolled in computer science, advanced Mr. and Mrs. Freddish Watterson of studies, teacher's aide, humanities, Defense Association, of which he, a won, and it makes me want to do a
humanities, and chorus. She likes English, law studies, music the Bayless Highway area, is so busy and chorus. She plans to go into longtime civil defense advocate, is better job for the district," the
! singing and dancing. Lori wants to at- theory-, typing, and chorus. She likes she doesn't have time for hobbies. She broadcasting. president. 10-year legislator said.

I Pat Spengler Gets Comfortable Margin Over ]Reddish ,s, (. 4.6-

" Incumbent school board member cent for Reddish and percent for SpcngUr. . . . 1,696 Reddish, 46, assistant maintenance candidate. Reddish is the fatherinlaw -
Patricia Spengler carried 14 of 20 Ted Oglesby. But she didn't let the
supervisor at Florida State Prison of Southside PE instructor Buddy
Roddlsh . . . 1,370
precincts for 300 vote comfortable lead lull her into lettingup
J" victory over
with a college degree in criminology, Revels, who is very active in the
, challenger Maxie Reddish in Tuesday's during the month-long second got 1,370 votes In his first try for office. teacher union. Mrs. Spengler also had
second primary voting. primary campaign. Reddish said during the last two her backers in the teacher union. The
Mrs. Spengler led the first primary Reddish's strength came from his by one vote in Hampton. weeks of the campaign he was work- BEA told the teachers to go the way
with 45 percent of the vote to 29 per- home area of Lawtey, the Bayless Difference was that Mrs. Spengler ing the outlying areas where he they wanted in the ReddishSpenglerface
Highway area, Melrose and Keystone got enough votes in the outlying areas figured he was strongest.Mrs. off.
Heights, Hampton, and Brooker. for a substantial win for her third Spengler conceded only Red-
Mrs. Spengler's strength came 4-year term. dish's home area of Lawtey, and got Mrs. Spengler, the wife of retired
from the city of Starke where she car- With Judy Becker's upset win over out to see everybody she could at Army Col. Vince Spengler, is very active -
ried all precincts. Spengler and Red- incumbment Arthur Gaskins, Mrs. every gathering, plus a telephone in Starke civic affairs. She
dish ran neck and neck in Theressaand Spengler's victory will put two campaign.The formerly owned and operated a credit Mrs. Pat Spengler
/ Hampton. Mrs. Spengler led by 'women on the school board, a rare Bradford Education Associa- union in Starke and worked in the School Board Winner I
one vote in Theressa and Reddish led happening in Bradford County tion did not publicly support eithergo school system as an aide.

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Workshop Set Monday on City's Proposed Bond Ordinancemeeting I

A workshop on a bonding authorization ject. Mayor Vernon Silcox said the city for a longer period of Indebteanessbut with Commissioner Jimmy "We have had a good year here,"
ordinance enabling the selling of is "locked into the project" but a smaller utility rate i I increase.A Crosby Jr. questioned Clerk NedTucker's noted Mayor Silcox. The council has
revenue certificates to finance financing arrangements still 1 remainto $1.5 million to $2 million figure request to have CPA Pat accomplished some things that need-
Starke's proposed parallel Intercon- be determined. Biggs voted for the has been discussed for the electricaland Farnsworth present at the workshop ed doing for a long time, he added.
nection tie with Florida Power & 27-page long bond ordinance at its sewer project. The parallel elec- Monday. Crosby asked if the addi- With Terry Brown as attorney and
Light and to the sewer.system Im- first reading by title only. trical tie will enable the city to buy tional expense Is necessary becausethe Neil Tucker as clerk the council is
THUItSDAY. Oct. 7 is set Monday night Oct. available council has retained a firm, getting the information it needs,
provements current at the cheapest
Special' Mooting in hall. Details of the financing ar- to Fischer Allen, Johnson, & Burke of Silcox said, adding that the clerk is
11, at 7 p.m. city price and to sell any excess power
County Commission rangements will be worked out bet- electrical St.Petersburg, to handle the financial conscientious about the flow of lnfoi>
Plr. Ordlnanc 7)30 P.M. The ordinance will not oongate the ween engineers, fiscal agent,and city the highest bidder, the made problems of the bond issue. Crosby mation.
city to sell bonds but will enable it to officials at the Monday workshop. engineers say.City officials a said the city is starting to incur addI-
day-long trip to New Smyrna Beach to "In fact, he's so conscientious he
PIHDAY. Oct. B begin proceedings to do so. It can be tional expenses in the utility improve
council after Brown suggested and the council see how that city's electrical tie almost bothers me sometimes,"
VARSITY POOTBALL OAMIHOMECOMING adopted by the city a second ment project, and asked I if Farnwor-
reading, scheduled for a special agreed to have $4 million in revenue works. They came away highly im- th's presence is necessary.Yes Silcox added.
Eels ..* ST. AUGUSTINE meeting next Thursday, Oct. 14, at 7 certificates validated. Better to err on pressed.The .
hall. the high side rather than not have sewer improvements Include
In city
IHS Football Stadium' p.m. clerk Tucker said.
BOOPJM. After that the city can begin bond enough bonds validated, he told the changing the sewer treatment plant Bradford Voters
validation procedures which must be council. Fees to attorneys, engineersand from an anaerobic (bacteria which "We're dealing with a lot of money Get Slap on Back
LUNCH IRUNCH advertised three times in the fiscal agents will be based on the produce their own oxygen) to an and I'm not interested in making a
Senior CHIson 11 Noon newspaper and approved in a public actual bond amount, yet to be determined aerobic (bacteria which use outside mistake," Tucker said, adding, "If it "They can go over any time," says
ring Cad Dish. hearing in Circuit Court. City at- rather than on the amount of oxygen sources) system which will were my money he (Farnsworth) Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn of
Pint Proibytorlan Church torney Terry Brown told city commissioners bonds validated Brown said. The process the effluent much faster. Cur- would be there." the 42 percent voter turnout for Tues- I
it council then to have the rently, the city is dumping to much day's second
All Wolcom* Tuesday night, Oct. 5, is agreed S4 primary voting, two per. I
./ necessary to begin'validation procedures million figure entered into the bond nutrients Into Alligator Creek. Tucker wants Farnsworth present cent higher than she predicted.
TUESDAY. Oct. 12 next week because he needsto ordinance. The city awaits word on whether It when the figures are worked up, said Bradford ranks third in voter turnout i,
I _, Snubs Council go to court to have bonds validatedby Various payoff terms have been will be a $721,000 grant from the En- Mayor Vernon Sitcox. Tucker has a percentages among surrounding r\
71.r.M. Nov. 9. After that, the court calen- discussed, from 9-year bond anticipation vironmental Protection Agency to little doubt in his mind and want some counties, exceeded only by Union
dar may cause a delay in starting procedures notes to a bond Issue of lS, 20, and finance the sewer improvements. The reassurance, the mayor added, back- County's 58 percent turnout and
-Council Brown said. 25 years. The council must decide between city must put up 25 percent of the Ing the clerk Baker County's 43 percent.
Hampton 7100 P.M. Newly seated city commissioner a quicker payoff which costs grant, and that portion will be included If the additional financial advisor is Duvat Co. had a a 17.27 percent turnout -
Bobby Biggs asked if the city is committed more In >the short 'run but saves In the proposed financing.A necessary, okay, said Crosby, addinghe Clay 24,3. and Alachua 19 7 per
to the electrical and sewer pro- millions in the long run, or wether to discussion arose at Tuesday's was just questioning. cent. '

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k With health insurance costs employees will increase substantial an employee will have to bear a
skyrocketing because of a bad loss ly. larger portion of the cost in small
r f, record. Starke city commissioners Insurance representatives present medical expenses. The stop-loss is a it II'd '
had little choice but to hurriedly take said the city commission worked protection against catastophic losses,
out a policy with Blue Cross Blue itself into a bad situation several however.
Sheild. years ago when it agreed to pay $25 Total premium for a family is
Facing an Oct. 1 policy expiration toward family when its real $124,72 per month. Best coverage offered
deadline, the city council met Sept. responsibility should first towardthe by BC-BS was a $100 deductible
29, last Wednesday night, In special employee. It will be costly now to an 80/20 policy with $1000 stop loss f 0t'
!, session to sign with BC-BS. To meet reverse that step, but it must be doneto costing $149.98 per month.A .
requirements for signing with BC-BS, make the city s policy more attractive second bid from the Florida
the city had to agree to pay at least to employees which will mean Municipal Health Fund, a group of
half the cost of an employee's health more will enroll and enable the city to cities combing to offer self-insurance, ,tr"
insurance premium and had to agree reach 75 percent participation, said bid $138.78 for basically the same +
to enroll 75 percent of the employees.It John Etchart group sales representative coverage but did not guarantee the
will cost the city approximately for BC-BS. rate for a year.Clerk Neil Tucker also
$12,000 more per year to meet the new Employee premium cost will be recommended the BS-BC policy.
standards because more employeeswill $41.88 per month. The city will pay $30 Metropolitan, who had the policy
enroll and the city had to agree to of that, so the policy will cost an until Oct. 1, experienced such a loss S1
increase its contribution.The employee$11.88 per month. ratio the company offered to extend S
city has been paying$10 towardan Family coverage will cost 8284. the policy but at a cost of $279 per _ ____________________
employee's health insurance The employee must pay all of this. month. _ auy
premium and $25 toward the The city had been paying $25. Metropolitan experienced a 185 per
premium of an employee with family The policy chosen was the least ex- cent loss, meaning it paid out 185 per
coverage. pensive alternative offered by BC-BS cent more than it collected in _
Under the new policy the city will with a $200 deductible, a 70/30 pay- premiums. BC-BS experienced a loss
pick up$30 of the tab for an employee.The ment ratio, and a $1,000 stop loss. In 1980, then raised premiums and lost
employee will have to pay for That means the employee must pay the city account to Metropolitan. ----.-------.-..-. ---
family coverage if he/she wishes to the first $200 of medical expenses.The Desso Foreman of Liberty National
have it. The new policy will cost $13 company will pay 70 percent and told the council the two weeks given Will Biggs Make a Difference...?
less for the but will make the 30 percent after the$200 insurance companies to bid was not
employee empoyee
some $20. deductible. But the employee's loss sufficient, that six weeks should be Newly elected city commissioner Bobby Biggs Is the Brown are (1-r( ) Commissioners Travis Woods Bobby
family coverage go up only change on the Starke commission three and Jimmy Crosby Jr. Woods beat Joe Williams
Since more employees are likely to will be limited to $1,000 for any one il- allowed. Clerk Neil Tucker said next city as Biggs
enroll, an aim of the insurance company lness. year that more time will be allowed, were sworn In for new two-year terms Tuesday night. Biggs beat Incumbent Bobby Mllner.- and Crosby was
the city's contribution for its The premium will be cheaper but hopefully. Taking the oath of office from city attorney Terry unopposed.

I Commissioner Crosby Voices Concern Over Overspending by Departments


Department heads should not over Crosby said he didn't mind the Utility Director Merrill Dees said a lot of improvements that could be Commissioner Travis Woods moved City Utility VVrite-Offs
spend their budgets without permission overexpenditures, but said the five the trouble is that department heads made to the financial statements. to accept the budget amendmentsto Halved Over Past Year
financial statements. Silcox said he got in the habit of close out the 81-82 budget but there
of the city council. Commissioner commissioners should make the deci- cannot read the The council authorized $32,781 in
of the statements are reading the monthly reports "whenwe was a long wait for a second with only
Jimmy Crosby said last Wednesday sion to over spend a particular Some parts utility account write-offs, about half
night, Sept. 29. budget, not the department head. hard to decipher, other parts are not, finally got it. There were years Commissioners Woods, Crosby and the write-offs approved the previous
Crosby was visibly concerned when When a department head sees he's said Dees. when we didn't have anything. Silcox present. Finally, Mayor Silcox .
Clerk Neil Tucker asked the commission reaching his budget limit he should Tucker said the financial Crosby reiterated the "departmentheads told Crosby to second the motion or he year.Some $6,010 accounts set for
not in the form he should not just spend over the would the chair and give the
to approve $65,000 in budget approach the council and talk over statements are up action
legal by city attorney Terry
amendment to cover over expen- with the city fathers whether to spend would like, but is the best than can be budget because they can, without bringing second himself. Crosby relented, Brown.
ditures in the city's General Fund, more in that area. turned out with current bookkeeping it to the council." gave the second, and the closeout The city is pursuing a policy of current
needs in hall. When the new "I don't believe they did that Jim- amendments passed 3-0.
which contains budgets for all depart- Crosby said the council a machinery city cut-offs for non-payment, unlessa
ments other than utilities, such as fire budget "tool" to tell when over spen- computer is operational Tucker said my. I think we all made a real effortto real hardship Is Involved, explained
and police. ding is about to take place. he hopes to set up a simpler financial stay within the budget. We haven't
Commissioner Charles Schaeferwas Clerk Tucker. Plus, all past due accounts -
The total budget was not overspent, Clerk Tucker pointed out a financial statement. bought anything real extravagant
commis- of turned
vacation. Out-going $100 or more are over
but tranfers had to be made to statement is issued monthly to all Mayor Vernon Silcox, a 10-year( without bringing it to the. council," sioner Bob Milner was out of town. to Small Claims Court.
balance various categories.I' department heads. veteran of the council, said he can see, Dees said.

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Gas Tax Proposal Will Be County Commission Gives Go-Ahead on Speedville Road WorkWith

most of the right-of-way Leon Ellington determined the work will erode. Gave its OK for the Department of
On Ballot Again in NovemberA secured or promised, Bradford Coun- could be done without that particular The board also promised to "fix" Forestry to control burn the railroad
ty commissioners gave the go-ahead right-of-way. Ellington was told to the entrance to the cemetery next right-of-way from the Santa Fe Riverto
Monday, Oct. 4, for work to commence stake the area off and go around it. door, which Vernon Moody said the Louis HOI in Lawtey.
proposal for a one-cent: per gallon imposed 10-mill property tax limit, in earnest on paving the Hardy said he has not received county grading also made worse. ,
tax on the sales of gasoline Inside there is little opportunity for the coun- Speedville Road.Speedville word from the headquarters of ITT ",.' 5 weren't trying to make it Asked, at Commissioner
will be placed on the ty to raise additional revenue. Thus, Road road runs from Ray that local employees We were try g to help," said.l Lawn the
Nov. 2 genera election ballot, the an effort for road funds is becomingmore C-21B, where it turns right toward aSSUt'.IT's right-of-way will be ,emission Chairm. Maxie CarterJr. Department ui:, .
County Coml ission decided Monday, and more important. The coun- Santa Fe Lake, and ends at Two Rut donated. Hardy says it takes monthsfor fire protection survey for the uiity
Oct. 4.The. ty would like to keep paving one road Road which is SE 43rd Lane, and such matters to work their ways with an rye; as to how to arrange the
wording of the proposal will be. per year; If funds are available.It runs between C-21 arid C-2JB.H can throu ITT headquarters, but he -Gavethe altornies Qf th'G.'.Three'tRibers'Leg f'r' :.statlons.tb. elit.advalltate. The
'I exactly the same as the vote in' the is estjmated that"some..$150,000 be-reached.\\ ;/furnirVg ol lutr Je8ii>: think there is a problem. .'' l,'Services! permission to ." urvejrmaybej: cancelled\ ? however I
general election Nov; 4.-.,I960;when. .would be raised through a.a-cent per .toward.Melro8e.Just as-SRJOO'curves*i +toiUt4fr has word been received''" c use'the grarid jury room fctf-Thursday:; '' 'tthcfe; later VfhcWeetlrig1; 'the coin
Bradford voters turned down a cent gallong gas tax. The monies would be toward Keystone Heights at Silver from Shirley Walker of mornings when a conflict developedwith mission declined to go along with a
gas tax 3,068 to 2,365. divided with the municipalities in the Lake. The unpaved length is about St.Petersburg. the Social Security represen- funding proposal for the volunteer
county. Commissioner Lawrence two miles. i "We're gonna go full speed ahead" tative, both of which were meeting in firemen possibly making the survey
For many months the commissionhas Mosley told board Monday it will It will be the first paving of a i ounty said Chairmanm Maxie Carter Jr. the county commissioner meetingroom. unneeded.
discussed putting the tax proposal realize only $70,000 after Brooker, road since the Crawford Sett foment Foreman Ellington had his crew .
up for another vote,and this time put- Hampton, Lawtey, and Starke get Road two years ago. steaking out the right-of-way Wednes- Space problems developed becausethe Accepted for county ownershipsome
ting on a drive to acquaint voters with their share. Right-of-way acquisition has been day morning. A lot of the stakes were grand jury room is being con- property owned by Clairmont
I what the monies will be used for. Commissioners discussed the fact the hold-up on the Speedville Road, a pulled up after the original survey, verted to offices for the state at- Bizier and Albert Longchamp at the
Commissioners believe the 1980 that more gas is sold within the city much traveled shortcut toward Ellington told the commission.The torney's office.The SA will eventually Hampton boat ramp. The idea of the
J vote failed because the public did not limits of Starke than anywhere else in Melrose. The commission did not county, as on Crawford Road, be housed in the grand jury room plus owners is to get the property off the
a j understand the proposal. the county. want to move until all the right-of- plans to do the grading and to hire the the adjacent offices now occupied by tax roll since it is being used by the
Tuesday night the Commissioner Wording on the Nov. 2.1982 general way was contributed. It also did not asphalt laid, thereby greatly cuttingthe the zoning officials who wil move county as part of the boat ramp pro-
Homer Hart and Zoning Director election ballot says from the addit- want to pay for and additional right- cost. downstairs into the present record perty.
L.M. Gaines presented to Starke city tional 1-cent per gallon gas tax is of-way. storage room.
commission a resolution supportingthe "For the purpose of paving and main Paving the road will make the property In other action Monday, Oct. 6, the Gave Assistant State Attorney
gas tax effort. City officials took taining roads, operating transportation three times more valuable, says commission: The commission decided Monday Tom Elwell permission for his staff to
the request under advisement for systems, and for other lawful Commission Chairman Maxie Carter, Promised to grade the ditch and to go full speed ahead with building a move into the still unfinished grand
study. purposes,. Bradford County shall be and that is why the property owners entrance to Emanual Baptist Church 30 by 60 foot storage building in back jury room, and okayed the purchaseof
1 The commission also plans an authorized to levy an additional one- should donate it. just north of SR-100 in the New River of the courthouse. The county will new phones. Elwell said his office
advertising campaign in the cent tax on each gallon of motor fuel County attorney Dudley Hardy said area back the way it was. Since the subcontract out the different construction needs the space in take depositionsfor
I newspaper and on the radio, and and special fuel sold in Bradford told the commission Monday that an county graded the ditch and road jobs in an effort to save'' some 100 witnesses to be called in
plans to go before civic groups in an County and taxed under provisions of investment group called North. of there is a steep incline up into the money. Commissioner Homer Hart the murder trial oMnmate-Thomas..
effort to get the public to understandthe Chapter 206, Florida Statutes." Florida, based in Jacksonville, church yard, according to Donald opposed the move for the building Knight which is "due for trial'-in a
need for the gas tax. Voters will be asked to mark either wanted to be paid for its right-of-way. Wilkerson, who said the way the which was discussed at the site right month. Knight 'charged' ''with
Since the county is nearing its state "Yes" or "No." The commission and Road Foreman grading was done the church yard after lunch and before the board murdering a prison,guard. '

reconvened. Hart did not lunch with ,Told Road'foreman 'Leon, Ellington
the board and missed out on the to refuse any request,which
discussion. During lunch Hart has to calls for road orgrading work off the
It Tornado Talk relieve the clerk in his store. county right-of-ways. ,

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"It's Getting There Safely That Counts! ,
I t by Kelll Carver Flynn. Sadie McDuffie and Beth taken, lots of music played by Mr.: Lee remembered. !II!III! Bradford County uses 32 school buses to 2,924 students each day.
The Homecoming game is almost Francis!!! The 1982 homecomingqueen Bass door will be transport
prizes and
given Admission will be for We
$2 the drivers
want to inform the citizens
everyone. of our district about pupil
herel!I 1 Good luck to the team!I Ii tI candidates are nice, friendly pictures for couples will be taken so Proceeds will go toward the 1982.83 transportation our
bunch of girls. We would be proud to the night will always be !It! program.
prom Our Bradford District school bus drivers
are doing a greaijob but they need
i I Tornado Whirl will be held tonight have any one of them as our the ,
I, at the B.H.S. stadium at 7 p.m. At homecoming queen.I 1111 I I I cooperation of every motorist.
Tornado Whirl the classes present One of the most common driver complaints is that other motorists frequently
f ," their skits they present their Everyone study hard! I II I First six violate the school bus stop law. The law states that "Motorists are required to
: princesses the club sweethearts and weeks exams are scheduled for Tuesday stop for stopped school buses that are displaying Hashing red lights and stop
queens court. Oct. 11, and Wednesday, Oct. 12. Normans Farm ProduceUS arm. Sometimes the motorists are not fully alert, and pass a stopped school bus.
Finally, the winner of the 1982 Exams for periods 1, 3, and 5 will be This is a very dangerous situation for children especially the younger ones who
f ,1 homecoming queen will be announced given Tuesday and exams for Periods 301'' N. 964-6071 may not be watching traffic as closely as they should.
: I I Theme selected this year is 2, 4, and 6 are set Wednesday.First How Parents Can Help With School Bus Safety
"Jam the Jackets" since we are Fresh from the Farm *Encourage your children i to follow the rules. If they have problems, find out
I playing the Yellow Jackets of report cards will be Issued what the problem is from the driver before you get your "Irish" up. Perhapsyou
.' St.Augustine High.It Oct. 20.The Turnip Collards will be saying a life by cooperatlng..your own child's life. The largest
will be an evening of fun and c number of fatalities occur outside the school bus when students cross to load

"t entertainment! I Everyone is Invited, fairgrounds will be open Thurs- Mustard .. .... . ..'. .. . w9 9 and Since unload! children
i so come out to the stadium!I 1 I11 I t day 3-4 and -ll after Tornado Whirl more are killed by passing motorists..be sure that you know
I jIfJ Anyone involved in the class skits for the last minute touches on the GREEN and follow the laws of your state. Do you know what to do when the red signalsare
::1 for tornado whirl is asked to be at the floats for the homecoming parade. 39C Hashing when you are behind a scchool bus? When you are facing a school

stadium by 6:30 p.m. Peanuts ., . .. . . . ,,, bus? .
j Friday wear all the scarlet and .So you may be a minute! 'late to your appointment..is that really as importantas

f Princesses chosen to represent grey you can find I I 11 I This is the day to Green Cabbage. .. . . . .* 19 as young people's safety?
their classes at Tornado Whirl, In the really boost morale!I 11 I you do see a school bus which is not observing the law take down the

I :..t 1 homecoming homecoming:game parade Friday and.night at are the: Homecoming night there will be a .Bananas .,. . . . . .20P license. number and report to the school district so that they can correct the. problem

Donna Parado. freshman class. *Remember..cooperation and good manners are all that it takes for SAFETY.
"Victory directly after the *If you have no children riding school buses
Valerie Randolph sophomore class your cooperation is still im-
I game in the cafeteria. It will last until
perative..after all;school buses haul the nation's
Angle Coleman. junior class. most precious
12:301111 I 1 t Sponsor is the Junior class How cargo.
I Good Luck glrl t which has Pupils Can Help With School Bus Safety
several events
I scheduletlfor *Leave home early enough to arrive at the bus stop on time.
Good luck_to Mary W t rton. Lori the evening including pictures .11 you have to cross a street, do so at the corner..or nearest light, rather than
in the middle 01 the block
*Stand well off the road while waiting for your bus.
: AppalochokaOysters *Enter the bus In an orderly fashion and follow the directions of the school bus
Mullet driver..he or she is In charge..of your safety and well bE>ing.
ATTENTIONKingsley Medium Size times.*Remain in your seat andUp your head and your arms Inside the bus at all

Lake Baptist Church will 59CLarge Select neat.Be and courteous clean.Remember..to. to yOUr driver,and fellow passengers and help keep your bus

have Cleaning Day for the cemetery 3.19p'nt' walt for
Size yOUr driver to signal that the road Is clear" before you
October 2 & 9 from 8-4. Anyone who 'Standar2.89pint cross In front of the bus. .
? 79 .If you drop something close to the ..
has lot 1 til after the bus has down to pick it up. Wait un'
a at the cemetery, please 'ry think have gone. When you bend Ssa driver cannot see you and
may you already crossed the
come and help. We would appreciateyour *SAFETY' is good manners and common: sense! .
help. -. Marjorie Packhsm

School Bug Driver 'r

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Mosley Steps Down from Study Committee After Fire Dept. Progress Halts

Bradford County's volunteer perty and perhaps slightly more on February. They said it would be add discussion Mosley said he was torney Dudley Hardy as to the-
firemen struck out for the third time commercial side in order to raise the Special Meeting Called ed to current tax bills this November, through with< the fire committee. The workability of such a tax district the
;Monday when Commissioner $175,000 that firemen estimate they Tonight to ReconsiderFire Hardy reported.Mosley non-action on his motion obviouslycame proposal was finally dropped.Due .
t Lawrence Mosley's motion for a hear- would need the first year tr sf"!rtn Protection Law renewed his motion to as a surprise to the fire chair' to the long period of inaction by
;: log on an enabling ordinance to fund the purchase of updated equipmentand the advertise the ordinance for adoptionin man who had expressed confidence at the Commission the Bradford
Maxie Carter Jr. chairman of
j the departments' with a special construct fire stations, where has November saying it was enabling last week's meeting of the fire committee Volunteer Department finally turnedin
I :,' ;;.'. --'. -... ic?''Cd in the unincorporated needed. Mosley termed the assess Board of County Commissioners, legislation only and that the assess- that the assessment proposal its equipment and locked the
| areas of the county died for lack ment legal and collectible if placed on called a speical meeting for 7:30: p.m. ment rate would be fixed later by the would be approved! for public hearing. firehouse doors, but the smaller
i. of a second. tonight (Thursday, Oct. 7) for reconsideration :
tax bills. Commission. Monday s defeat climaxed two departments continued to operate
I Obviously upset after his twoyeart When Commission Chairman Maxie dinance to provide of fire the proposed and or After no second was forthcoming, years of futile negotiation betweenthe hoping for a solution to the problem.The .
effort to work out additional funding Carter Jr. asked County Attorney other services protection in the unin- Mosley' asked, "What do you-all Commission and the firemen next effort late this summerwas
| for the volunteers, Mosley said he was Dudley Hardy if he had any commenton corporated emergency of Bradford County. think? Do you want to work out some which started with an ill-fated straw a proposal to Impose a utility tax
J quitting as chairman of the study the proposal, Hardy replied, "Yes, areas way to fund the fire department?" ballot on the issue in the Second for fire protection in the unincorporated -
f committee authorized by the Commission but you're not going to like what I Commissioner Hart said, "I don't Primary of Oct. 7, 1980. The vote at areas, but this was likewise riled -
J ,. to recommend an equitable have to say" He explained that in his think we should pass an ordinance." that time polled only in the unincor- unconstitutional by the State At-
5 plan for financing the county's six opinion the assessment would actually action on an ordinance before all the "It appears to me we're not going to porated precincts of the county was torney General's office. Then came
J volunteer departments. be a tax and would be levied on details were worked out, and Mosley ever do anything,"Mosley shot back 1,412 for the special tax to 666 against. the idea to go the assessment route
I .' The proposed ordinance, adopted homestead owners, many of whom withdrew the motion until 1 p.m. adding that the county cannot expect Some opponents of the proposal said which Zoning Director Gaines said he
t from one being used in Hardee Count are now exempt from ad valorem when the board reconvened after anything '!for the fire departmentsfrom later that the issue carried because was told would be legal.
.ty, would authorize creation of a taxes which would be unconstitutional. lunch. He Instructed Hardy to call the the proposed one-cent tax, refer- voters did not understand fire protec- Fire Council President Bill Crouse
:. Municipal Service Taxing Unit, pur- Hardy also questioned the consti- county attorney of Hardee County and ring to the one-cent per gallon on tion would cost them money. But the of the Lawtey Volunteer Department,
suant to Florida Statutes, Chap. tutionality of levying an assessmenton determine how they resolved the constitutional motor fuel that the Commission voted ballot clearly stated that the tax expressed dismay over the Commis-
: 125.01, to fund fire protection and residential and commercial property question. Monday to again place on the district would be created"for the pur- sioners' treatment of the ordinanceand
E *;"other emergency services" in thet but exempting unimproved County Zoning and Planning Direc- November 2 General Election ballot. pose of levying an additional one mill said he planned to call a meetingof
unincorporated areas. The other sere property. tor L. M. Gaines said he had con- "If the gas tax raises$150,000, the CI- of ad valorem taxes" to be used solely the council this week to discuss the
;vices referred to are those being Mosley's motion to advertise for a tacted the State Attorney's office and ty of Starke will get at least one-third for providing fire protection servicesin matter,although he had no idea what
: rendered by the Bradford Rescue public hearing on the ordinance so it was told the assessment Is legal under and by the time Brooker Hampton unincorporated areas of the county. action could or would be taken. He ex-
:-:: Units. could be acted upon at the board's Section 8 of the State Constitution. and Lawtey get their share the county Firemen said they were led to pressed belief that none of the six remaining -
; No rate schedule for the proposed November meeting was met with At 1 p.m. Hardy reported he could will have only some$70,000 left for the believe that the Commission would departments would quit as a
assessment was submitted, butr silence by Commissioners Homer not reach the Hardee attorney, but General Fund," Mosley said. abide by the straw ballot results, but result of the assessment defeat,
: Mosley told the board the study committee Hart, E. L. Norman, and E. W. other officials there told him no After asking the other commis- after many months of delay in havingthe although he said the volunteers would
estimated it would require Hodges. money has yet been collected under sioners their' reasons for letting his necessary ordinance prepared be handicapped by having to use old
about$3 per month on residential pro- Hart said he did not want to start the ordinance which was passed last motion die without a chance for and adverse opinions by County At- and unreliable equipment.

I Fire Escape May Solve Jail Problem for Awhile I ------- --

Captain* )'s.
Plans for building an outside fire An agreement for an expenditure of Discussion centered around where One county has built a six-sided jail M .
escape onto the rear of the jail with some $13,000 has been made betweenthe and the cost of adding space to keep to house 50 prisoners for some
the expertise of Joe Stephenson, sheriff and the county commissionfor prisoners as the commissioners ate $350,000 Reddish told the commis-
maintenance supervisor at Florida doing the work. Expense of the pecans from under a tree in the sioners. That is the least expensivejail
State Prison, were made Monday, fire escape should be cut by use of the southeast corner of the jail propertyand space anyone has heard about.
Oct. 4, by Bradford County commis prison labor, including an inmate whois stood in the shade. Commission Chairman Maxie FEATURE VALUES!
It would cost
sioners. a welder. Carter said in his opinion, St.Johns
KSP labor will be used and Stephen- There were 21 prisoners in the jail $500,000 to replace the current jail if County voters will turn down buildingan
one like it were to be built in another $8 million jail there if it is placedon
sun will oversee the project. Monday morning as the commis-
The addition of the fire escape from sioners also discussed adding to the location the sheriff opined. the ballot.< SUNDAY ALL DAY
the second floor of the jail is being current jail as opposed to building a
made because of critical fire safety new one. The commissioners toured 9 Piece Shrimp Dinner

reports issued by the office of the the 30-year-old jail, looked into the Farm Bureau 9 golden fried shrimp french fries $299
state fire marshal in May and July. drunk tank, and saw prisoners housed Additional Field cole slaw hush puppies cocktail sauce..........
Commissioner Chairman Maxie 5 or 6 to a cells. Set for Dove HuntersNorth Meeting Set SaturdayThe
Carter Jr. says he hopes addition of
the fire escape will stop talk about Clerk Gib Brown commented he'd Florida dove hunters will 1982 annual membership MONDAY/TUESDAY/ DAY
condemning the jail for awhile. never seen the drunk tank before, anddidn't have an additional opportunity to pur- meeting of the Bradford County Farm
Lack of a fire escape from the second care if he never does again. sue their sport on the Florida Game Bureau is set this Saturday, Oct. 9, at 2 Piece Fish Dinner
floor was the major criticism The current jail is a good maximum and Fresh Water Fish Commission's the National Guard Armory on Ed- 2 golden brown fish fillets french fries $44 OO

among a dozen shortcomings. Sheriff security facility, says Sheriff Dolph DuPont public dove field. wards Road in Starke. cole slaw hush puppies.............................. m
Dolph Reddish had told the commissioners Reddish. Medium to light security Entrance to the field will be from The dinner meeting will begin at
his staff has done all it couldto cells are needed to house prisonerswho US-301. Persons wishing to hunt 6:30 p.m.
remedy the fire safety violations, are not potential escapees or should look for the dove field signs The ladies are asked to bring a WEDNESDAY 4 PM TO CLOSE
and that the commission would haveto trouble makers, the sheriff told the located approximately three miles dessert.
All You Can Eat Fish
Country Style
help do the rest. commissioners. north of Starke.
e tender country style fish fillets french fries $329
'St. Edwards Church Hall coleslaw hush puppies ..............................

County Joins Rural Push for BINGOEvery I Starke 964-8100 804 S. Walnut

Bill Grant in Senate RaceBradford Saturday 411 7:30 N.: Temple P.M.Ave., Starke. Fla. ". .. .. .. .. .
." .. .

County voters joined with son, Madison Taylor, Suwannee, -
eight other rural northeast Florida Hamilton, Columbia, Baker and
counties:; .jo\ backing.B4.Grant: .Tues Union counties by about the same' .
day.'ftnd the Madison banker used that margin. .
';;':-miss! : l1.zon COllnt).: om-, .A.The..vote coupf, with-absentees notyetCountedin V. ,; g "'. r .tinveslmentslralegyfar
oneeJiiq ",. re :
'CJ: ws for the OStrjct 5, ( Jefferson, .MadifOn'1, ,
Senate seat. and Hamilton was 28,795 for Grant,
No Republican opposition means 18,893 for Crews.
Grant will take the seat held by Sen.

"Pe make-"an Skinner unsuccessful who stepped bid for down con-to Grant this race labeled while Crews Crews as refuted the liberalin that today: Safety plus high yield.

tag and pointed at Grant as a pawn
gress. He said Grant
for big-money
Grant's rural support offset a 53-47
from banking in-
percent advantage Crews got in his had terests received in his$20,000 campaign. In these chaotic economic times, safety should Renewable Certificate-you choose a maturity date
home of Leon.
Here county in Bradford Grant tallied 1,727 Grant described himself as a con- be your overriding consideration. That's where from 7 to 31 days that best fits your investment

.,,' votes to Crews 1,157 (a 3-to-2 advantage servative on issues such as ERA, Florida Bank comes in. In our.100-year history needs. For tax-free income and safety there's our

., "i. ) and the winner carried Jeffer abortion, and gun control. we've earned a reputation for strength; stability one-year All Savers Certificate. Each Florida Bank

and safety. plan delivers both safety and a high yield.

: :.\':'.: -.Starke Elementary. School News Pick a plan from Florida Bank that meets Don't let roller coaster rates and less than 100%

'" ,du r I your needs for yield, maturity.date, taxes and safety keep you up nights. Move your money to
,SCHOOL CALENDAR: '"children especially like the monkey liquidity. Earn a guaranteed high yield in our 91Florida Bank. We're Florida's great S3 billion
Oct., 11-Ftrst six weeks tails and fish hooks (strokes). We are
enol8ncJs.h-nO; Monday.' always looking for new and better Day or 6-Month CDs or opt for our new 7-31 Day statewide bank and we have an office near you.

rti lThursday/( Oct. 14-School Advisory ways to teach reading; this year
aKrr.Council 7 p.m. meeting. Carnival along with our reading series we are
B rv work'session,. 7:30 p.m. (all commit- using comic strips, language ex-
rtji./.tee chairmen and;volunteers please' perience charts commercials,labels,
attend) magazines and other word ideals for
Tuesday, Oct. 19-Leonard Studios the child's environment. Ounce is
jl? win"' take individual pictures of all helping, too! Glenda Richerson has
rtoiii students: been our best behaved student. She Flan,One: Plan Two:
alit '"' Wednesday; Oct. 20-Report( cardsgo always responds in class and
home. cooperates very well. Steven Frazier 91-Day Certificate of Deposit 6-Month Certificate

Friday, Oct. 22-Planning day (no and John C. Davis both made 100 per-
-- school for students.). cent on the weekly spelling test. minimum $10,000 minimum
Saturday Oct 30-Hallowcen Car- Welcome to John C, Davis fifth $7,500 deposit

..nival.I grader. He just returned from New Competitive rates deposit
,,.?,; ,There will be a Halloween carnival Jersey after being away for two
'work session for all booth committee years. And he has really grown. Lock in today's high Competitive rates

l i,chairmen and volunteers on Thursday First Grade: First grade children rate for three months Lock in today's high
Oct. 14 at 7:30: p.m. in our will bring home a spelling list each
cafeteria. Refreshments will be serv- Monday. Parents please help your rate for six months
: ed. Please try to attend as we will be child to learn his spelling words. Mrs. .
.. making important plans for our car-' DeSue's class welcomes DaRon Lee
nival.Prior to the work session at 7:00 to their class. Having had happy
p.m., the School Advisory Council will September birthdays were Christy
meet with principal Charlie Thomas. Cole Michelle Hodges and Steven
Our Halloween Carnival will be on Barber.
Saturday Oct. 30 from 3:304:30: p.m. Mrs.Tetstone's Second Grade: Star
at the Bradford County Fairgrounds. students this week are Angel Hammond -
Please respond to notices that will Adam Gaskins and Pam Bog-
: soon be sent home for carnival gess. Having birthdays this monthare Plan Three: Plan Four:
volunteers. Ryan Reddish and LaRae Geiger.
All Starke Elementary School Happy birthday Ryan and LaRael 1 7-31 Day Renewable.Certificate All Savers Certificate
students will be walking to the BHS Mrs. Hartley and Mrs. Dobbin's

i Homecoming parade tomorrow.They Third Grade: The third graders participated $20,000 minimum $500 minimum deposit
will return immediately to school in a contest to see who could
; following the parade. think of the most compound words. 1 deposit Competitive rates
We proud of all those who
News from the classrooms were par-
... Mrs. Long's EMil: All our children ticipated but special honors go to An- Competitive' rates Up to $2,000 tax-free
are enjoying and working well with drea Hewett Evan Douglas Jim Nor- Pick.a maturity date income
our new handwriting series. man and Adelle Kuhn. Some students
D'Nealian is working fine. The had as many as 180. Greatt from 7 up to 31 days Rollover 6-Month CDs
Interest compounded penalty free

School Lunch Menu

: Bradford County Middle School .ww.x. w.. .Soho, .......... salsa. peer
halvea,cinnamon rolla,milk.
and all elementary schools Wee. e.aay. Oct. NATIONAL LUNCH WEEK
1I1..y.Oct.1I.a.-Tout,French Fries,com MENUiOrienlal chicken, atir-Med vegetable. ,
on he cob, peach*,cookie,milk. teamed rice, fruit fantasy chlnea* almond _
THMdaji.Oct. la-Beef-A-Honl.: cheewaUx.garden cookie.milk.Tkartaay .
; .salad apple crop hot rolls. milk. ,Oel. 14-Beef-Vefetable. soup,cracker*, I
"'._.,.Oct. IJ-NATIONAL; SCHOOL LUNCH plead bam sandwich, peach pie milk.
MENI.it" Oriental chick., attr-Irt.d vefeublea.tlmtned FrW.,. Oct. Is-Shagheltl w/meat auce, eheeae ; Great State. Great Great Bank.
milk.Tturaajy. rice. mail fantasy chine** almmdinokie mix, salad,app) crisp, hot rolls milk. loricla.i e People. 1 I

mashedpotalora ALACARTEMonday. National
Oct. i4Hmburer Sink Flatrlu BaUth ,
I crt Clark Slieel Stark Florida 33091.((904))964 7050.
milk* gravy turnip green,cornbread. pearhalves .Oct.ll-Hamburgen, plaza, french frlea, Hank

Fr.....'."ct.IS-M.caroni.cheese". spied ham T.hamburger....'. Oct. It-Plna,. .trench Irish
t andwtch.\ buttered grin peaa aid carrot applrssuce. clMeseburfer*. milkshake*.
.brownie,milk. "eaa*..y. Oct. D-French trio, milkshake.
hamburger, ptua.Tk .
Bradford County High tichool _.,. Oct. l4-Cheeeburera. milkshake, Substantial Interest penalty on CDs.plus loss of tax exemption on All Savers for early withdrawal Federal regulations prtfabit:: the .rr.v..r. J.r..
t. trench french.frlM. plum.Prldey of interest during the term of deposit 6-Month CDs. t 1982. Florida National Banks of Florida Inc 'Member FDICI
, Meads; Ort.Il-Cheesetoasl trie* corn on Ort. Il-Hamburger* .piiia. milkshake
the tob. .......*.cookie, milk french trie. '




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t Pnge4A TELEGRAPH October 7,19H 2: '

t, Hmenite Ore in DuPont Mines Was Deposited. There in AncientThirtyfour Beach

'J',, "' u ,. ,.., "",,\o-\i.:: .. ,

years ago, in July of at DuPont's original Trail Ridge mIRing had. developed the so-called' J .
1948, Starke had passed the boom site.C. J. (Cam) Bastedo,general process" for mining gold gravels"spiral in d.MiJR

; days of feverish Camp Blanding activity superintendent of the project was pictured the West and had adopted it to mining
during World War II, and was "keeping a watchful eye on the ilmenite from beach deposits between
on the threshold of becoming a many phases of the construction Jacksonville: and PODte Vedra.

"mining town. work"and announced that HumphreyGold Regency Mall was built on the white 4

Corporation expected actual sand back-fill of ,an old mining site ,
The Telegraph's front page carrieda to begin around the
mining operations operated by Humphrey. Due to Hum k, '
four-column headline "Ilmentte '
? ,
first of the
phrey's know-how the DuPont Com-
r: Mine Construction Rushed"with a
\ picture layout of construction scenes. a Colorado concern, pany, owners of the Trail Ridge site, Dredgingin
contracted with the Colorado com IIILItkII

'. pany to supervise construction and '
I' actually do the mining Job for several fileearly l' ,

[ j --0.. ,EDITORIAL' years until DuPont was. ready to take
over the operation.
: ';.''A; In addition to the front page story, days ,
the carried a feature
/ BHS Band Thrills Crowd article describing how the Umenite

deposit got where it is riow-mixed in
with the quartz sands of Trail Ridge. of
With Pro PerformanceTaking Since almost two generations of Brad-
ford Countians have grown to maturity -

and hundreds of newcomers have miningthe j

the field Friday right in front of the band. moved Into this area since that time, __ _'_
the story of the ilmenite deposit H-
night the Tornado marching The crowd didn't leave, should be of Interest to those who ., nx'

band was greeted by students when the band played, were not around here in 1948.
in the .
rising from their seats
the Lawson points out. Trumpet Ilmenite is the ,'ore that yields
stands and
solos by Kevin Sheetz George titanium, and paint made with a

walkway to cheer.It LeVasser, and Jimmy Bell, titanium dioxidef base outlasts,

was a public statement of and a trombone solo by Bobby outglistens, and spreads better than
paint made with white lead.
approval of the 1982 Bradford Frampton were cheered. The What most people do not know, '

High band, Kids know quality sound of the music the excellence however how and when the heavy

when they see it! of,the marching, and minerals came to be deposited in the
flag held even the white sands of Trail Ridge, hundredsof recovery of ilmenite, the extent of blasting; and zicron, of which DuPontis Production has been curtailed during
Almost beside himself with corps there until the miles from where they originated.It's the deposits is not,sufficient to justify the largest producer in the U.S.The the past two years due to the
pride was former memberJ.R. students right a long story and begins, perhaps, exploitation." latter mineral has varied uses, the recession in the construction industry -
band finished. Then they stood half million in the sand for the foun- fewer homes and factories
(Jim) Lawson, now a a years ago, In July 1946, however, J.R. most being as mold When
and cheered. Pleistocene Epoch (Ice Age). built there is naturally
dry industry.At are being
school board member,as he Thoenen, chief of the Tuscaloosa
less demand for paint, the chief use
watched the performancefrom It was quality, big band Florida, once covered entirely by Branch, Mining Division, U.S.Bureauof its present rate of production,

his seat on the sidelines sound. A big, fat, jazz sound, a water,had emerged from the sea as a Mines, accompanied by Robert V. DuPont projects continued mining at for ilmenite. If the recession proves to
the Spencer, then with the bureau, but and be short-term and construction
sand 'spit,' Jutting out from its two plants, Trail Ridge
very full sound with mainland about where the St. Mary's later an employee of Humphreys, Highlands, for another 20 to 25 years, resumes its normal pace, the produc-

playing! what is River today makes,.a hairpin turn at made an exploratory trip to Florida. depending on the availability of ore tion of ilmenite will be correspondingly -
describe as in jazz the Georgia line. The Bureau had just been given a and other factors. stepped up.

circles, is how BandmasterMike $10,000 appropriation to develop
In the Appalachian Mountains, Just
titanium sands along ancient shore
Woodfin describes it. north of the Piedmont Plateau in lines in Florida. They conferred with

north Georgia,' Alabama and South Dr. Herman Gunter, Florida's I
All tunes the band plays on
the Editor
Carolina, crystalline rocks, croppingout veteran State Geologist, who recommended Letters to
the field are jazz standards of the ground, slowly release, they explore the possibilitiesof

the same tunes used the last through the process of erosion, quan- heavy minerals along Trail Ridge.
couple of years. tities of quartz sand, containing Commissioners Failure To Act
heavy minerals, including ilmenite, Acting on this suggestion, the
This 68-member group zircon, staurolite, and others now be- Bureau of Mines started drilling On- -- -Fire, -- Protection Ordinance Deplored-
SAAy exceed of the ing mined along Trail Ridge. This operations that disclosed large concentrations
could the quality An Open Letter To The CitizensOf tion to accept the ordinance, neither
eroded rock is picked be rivers of minerals along Trail
Tornado Band Norman would
1981 Marching Bradford Hart Hodges nor se-
which now south to the Atlantic Ridge in an area 3,000 to B.OOO feet
cond the motion. Therefore the
says Director Woodfin, "once Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, where wide and extending a distance of 19 proposed
they get the bugs worked out. the minerals are deposited in the miles, from about two miles north of County commissioners at their October ordinance died for lack of a se-
cond. None of the above commissioners
There are still quite a few waters. Back when Florida was Just Highland,southward to the vicinity of 4 afternoon meeting once again would offer explanationfor
showed their true feelings toward any
from the Blue Pond in the Camp Blanding
emerging sea as a narrow
bugs. why. Here again we see that the
Fire Protection in County.
reservation. The western limit of the
sand the Trail
spit, Ridge area runn-
will of the is not being carried
What does it take to achieve ing north and south from the Georgialine deposit was found to follow approx- In August the commissioners find appointed out by their people so-called representatives
a committee to an
such a maturity of sound? The to the Lake Region around imately the Clay-Bradford county Equitable Means of financing fire We also see another Prime Exampleof
Keystone Heights, was a beach area line. In some places more than 30 feet
band has few members Political Promises.
quite a protection. Each of the commissioners
r.jj on which the minerals were depositedby of ore-bearing sand was penetrated.Even .
with three or four years of wind and wave action. That is how stated that if an equitable The :Volunteer Firemen have

playing experience, Woodfin Umenite and the other minerals came before the Bureau of Mines means of funding was found and followed the requests of the County

points out, and practice every to be concentrated in this area. This exploration began, the DuPont Company recommended by the committee that Commissioners completely in an effort
to establish and fire
they would vote for it. These provide protection
process is still going on today and il had started its own search in "
after school. In contrast
day to the citizens of Bradford
statements were predominatelymade
menite may be found along present Florida,first directing its exploration
t displayed to Bradford fans beaches but not concentrated .efforts along beaches and at the political\ rallies. County. The total disrespect shown
.. sufficiently present "" }
Friday night, was the Santa for mining. ... even off shore,but found nothing to in'rteMatdituroonimerclatlyJJThe -,>. I ,.'u18' comlJu t tee'J'or e OI\ severalplans'vvbicji for": theWoWnteei''Firenlen-and' \ the
\ fpctariqu&reasons; \ turnsedV&Fteh other citizens of Bradford County by
: ii
Fe band in ] j ;
rebuilding com
now a ;
,Vp untij toe pqe ,World war II a : : pany1 geologists /alsandnlled t; uW0iWUjlufipnal or the commissioners nown office
jj stage with' many members the main source of ilmenite for along Trail Ridge, but did not, at that illegal. The committee then recom- strongly leads one to"'believe that
jjrr having only one or two years American use came from the beaches time, consider it an economic ore mended a plan that has been in affectin there will never be adequate funding

experience. of Travancore, a province in southern body. Hardee County since February of for fire protection.
; India. But the rulers of that area this year. When the Token Hush Monies have
The BHS band at every decided they needed their mineral for When the Bureau of Mines crew The commissioners were asked to been depleted and the Volunteer

game is practicing a perfor- home consumption, and cutoff sup- came along, however, with money to enact an ordinance that would be the Departments are forced to park their

mance to be given Oct. 22-24 in plies to the U.S., causing the DuPont spend for "wildcatting" operations, first step in funding fire protection.The equipment WHO THEN WILL RESPOND
Company to start intensive efforts to the DuPont geologists encouragedthem ordinance itself made no mentionof TO YOUR CALL FOR HELP?
the Greater Atlanta
Marching find a domestic source of the mineral to see what they could find in the any binding commitments or fun- Bill Crouse
Band Invitational. A little for its pigments plant in Wilmington, Ridge. When closer drilling by the ding assessments on anyone. When Volunteer Fire Coordinator
more of the performance has Dela. Bureau indicated ore of economic Commissioner Mosley proposed a mo Bradford County

been added every week. and possibilities, DuPont moved back into Fire Council
The existence of ilmenite in this
the area and continued its exloration
there remains to be
one tune area had long been known by Florida on an exhaustive scale. This closer

added in this Friday night's geologists,and the 9th annual reportof check was so encouraging that the

BlOW Boy BIOW..George homecoming performance.We the Florida Geological Survey, company proceeded with leasing 4,000 FORESTRYr ."r,
< -. -
I ,LeVasser, got a :big hand for his published in 1928, speaks of "heavy acres of the Camp Blanding reserva- .
trumpet solo, as did Kevin Sheetz, may not have a quality mineral concentrates" occuring in tion from the State Armory Board for COUNTY .

,Jimmy BeD.and Bobby Frampton on football team yet. But the 1982 small amounts on many lake beaches, purposes of mining. I II IN BRADFORD ':";.1)1:):'.
J the trombone. Tornado band is outstanding. including the east side of Lake
I Geneva,and the west side of Kingsley The rest is history. In the ensuing 34 By David W:Norton ',", .

Lake, where it is recognized as black years DuPont has recovered several Bradford County Forester .",._... .
I : ,.Developers9 Plans Go Awry streaks in the white sand. The report million tons of ilmenite its main product ,I IJ 1799n09

added, however, that "Although the and lesser quantities of If you have sold'timber lately and ((4) Elect oicihis'1hCOnit' i eturoto
staurolite abraisive used in sand-

small variety of minerals would favor an
are a private, non-industrial land- have his cutting treated;l as sale or ex
owner here is a little news which may change. These requirement*are generally ,
All developments look good and air strip, but now the v' help out your income tax problems.At the case /fofl;..ipostlja' $ owners

on paper and make for in- developers have apparently : least sixty percent of the proceeds offering timber} forsale, and would

e _' teresting reading in the news "pulled back," probably County Agents received from a timber sale is not present any additional e.iflculties

media but it is becoming because of the economy and By not taxable by utilizing capital gains in preparing,tax returns
t.L treatment (Sec 631 (A) Internal It may also interest ( ( that many)
1 : more and obvious that because of problems with the BobbyTaylor spec'
more notebook Revenue Code) on timber. The re- accountants and tax $(tats are
all that glitters is not gold. Development of Regional maining forty percent is taxable and not familiar with this type,tax treat

( Planning and Zoning Boards, Impact statement requiredof ; varies according to the individual'stax merit.The professional fax specialistwhich" .

as well as Investors,. shouldbe developments affectingmore 4 "- bracket. may be aware'of,this. treatment .
than one Are there any restrictions on do not deal with this type treatment
guided county
Several October is a busy month for our, and I look forward to another suc- capital gains treatment? Yes, to routinely,and may therefore. require
I Last year a Miami-based' years ago a tract farmers and farm organizations.There cessful show and sale. qualify for Section 631 (A) treatment, assistance.J 4L

development company pur- of land at the junction of are crops like hay, corn and The Association will meet at 7:30 the taxpayer must meet these four requirements If you as a timber landowner, and a

chased 6,600 acres of property Highways 301 and 100 south soybeans that are being harvested, p.m. next Thursday, Oct. 14, at the : (1) Either own the taxpayer would like to receive more
in the Grandin Lake area of Starke was rezoned to suit and strawberry growers are active Lake Butler Farm supply on SR-121 timber or have a contract right to cutit. information on this subject, 'contact

on Highway 100 below the plan of some young getting land ready for setting plants Just south of Lake Butler. All cat- (2) Have acquired his ownership in the.County Forester's office. Best ol
the timber at least one prior to luck with all sale
and planting of greens. tlemen are urged to attend and new year your future timber
f Keystone Heights with a fan- developers who presentedthe Looks like we will have about the members are welcome. cutting. ((3) Cut the timber either for dealings and especially your Income

fare of glowing news releases zoning board with an same number of strawberries set this The Bradford County Farm Bureau sale or for use in his trade or business. tax returns I

about a plush 6,600-unit' elaborate model of a luxury- year as we have had for the fast few will hold its annual meeting this

c development. Now, it appears type mobile home park. The years. If plants are available,we will Saturday, Oct. 9. The meeting will Bradford Farm Bureau Blue Cross Enrolls
have about 125 acres of commercial feature a chicken and rice dinner and
the pa*was never built and the
\ may berries planted. will be held at 6:30: p.m. at the Na- Annual Membership County School WorkersThe
land still lies idle
back down on their plans with its
There appears to be slight shortage tional Guard Armory in Starke.Some 460 BradfordCounty
Meeting Sat. Oct. 9 employees of the
after losing an appeal for a zoning which was changed on of plants this year. Apparently 500 of the over 700 member familiesare School Board have completed

I lower property assessment. the basis of projected plans. strawberry nurseries have badweather expected to attend this enjoyable This Saturday morning, Oct..9, will enrollment in their 1982.83 group in

t Grandin Properties, Inc., There's many a slip between and pest problems and may' evening of fun, fellowship and good be an enjoyable time for Bradford surance plan with Blue Cross and

i which is controlled by the cup and the lip, as not be able to supply all of their eating. County Farm Bureau members. Blue Shield of Florida. Inc.
orders. Our local Farmer's Mutual Exchange
Their annual membership The new plan, which Into effect .
the old went
wealthy Syrian businessman saying goes, and We do not have anyone in out area : will also hold its Annual will meeting
begin at 6:30
P.M. at the Starke on Oct. 1. provides health life,,
Hassen El Azem, was purchased anyone tempted to invest in growing strawberry plants.' Our Meeting later this month. I'll give you National Guard Armory disability' dental, and
1 in two separate tran- such a project, no matter growers place their' orders with more details when plans are finalized. drug coverage for the school
sactions for approximately how good it looks on paper, or nurseries in California ,North' Another Important meeting in our Opening attraction will be the board employees.Wayne county's
Carolina, Michigan and eVeQ Nova area concerning local and state popular chicken pileau and pork
$5.5 million: It was planned in a miniature model shouldbe Scotia pileau. The long time Procter, Gainesville district
each May. They occasionally agriculture in the 1980s will be held cooking experience sales )
to be massive fully aware of the risks in- of the manager for Blue Cross and
i a develop- have some extra plants that they will this month.As committee has made Blue Shield of Florida the
ment, including a golf course volved. make available locally. part of a state-wide planning effort this a repeat request each year.Farm new group plan stated that
Otherwise, it is difficult for home ,a regional meeting will be held in Bureau ladies will again bring their to represents insurancecost board
gardeners and small growers to.get Lake City,from 1:00: p.m. to 4 p.m.on favorite desserts for everyone to en- employees savings and both school

I .. II good plants. I have encouraged a few Tuesday, Oct. 19. The meeting will joy. "The health county taxpayers.
... .... insurance contract
foib to for
I grow strawberry plants'forthemselves provide an opportunity our area
Entertainment alone
will be costs ten what
provided less than
and a local market but so food and agricultural producers, industry by percent
tit 1rgruP4 the New River Band. This last year's "
package would Procter
far none .wanted to tackle this' pro- ,. and community leaders to group has been to meetings in popular other said. ,
e blem. ... discuss future challenges, problems, areas and M "We
were "hiy' ,recommended. estimate the savings to both
Cattlemen have been busy weaning and opportunities for agriculture in
Calves'.and Members on-arrival will be employers and employees to be in ex
ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER taking them to market our area. a cess of "
forty ad-
along with their cull cows. This 1* ticket for the door prize drawings, a thousand dollars he
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN MILLER\ Publishers good time to take a hard look at'each Twenty-five 'of our county leaders ballot ,on which to vote for a new .

Published nth Thursday and entered M Second CI..Matter at the, cow, make sure she Is with calf, and have been invited to this meeting. We board of directors and will have an
keep beat are hoping that these meeting will be opportunity to pay annual dues if
only your cows through the' they KLPOA
Poll.Office at Starke. Fla.under Act .f Much 3. 1879. and will directionin 110 desire Directors
tough and expensive winter months: productive give us :
The Bradford-Union Cattleman's research and extensions that will President James Gaskins Meeting on Oct. 9

.. 11..rl" ,.... rile In trade areas $10 ,Per Yean M Six Month, Association is also active.,They are keep our' Farmers and ,Florida this has been a good,Farm says Bureau that The 01<
Onulde trade ares:ill Per Year M.S0 Six Month already involved in next year's 4-H, Agriculture in business through these year In our county.: Another good ,the. regular meeting of directors

.ha(9)4)( 94-4305 Starke_ ,'''rlda32091 and FFA Steer Show and Sale.There' challenging times. I'll report more membership meeting has been plann. Association Kingsley Lake Property Owner hW

are over 80 steers entered this year later on this very Important effort, ed and members are urged to attend. on,Saturday directors Oct 9,as will scheduled.) not be


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October, 19KZ TELEGRAPH Page$A :

Peggy L. Morgan, w

Steven K. Griffis Open House Honors
To Wed Oct. 12 I
cu The Social Side

:Friends and relatives of
Loletta Morgan and Steven Kenneth I Cindy Rowell and Steve Futch !

Griffis are invited to attend their
marriage service Tuesday, Oct. 12, at Gladys Moots Of TheSociety
7:30: p.m. at the First Baptist Church Mrs. Cindy Rowell and Steve Futch, covered with a white imported sheer
in Starke. Editor whose marriage will be an event of tablecloth with a white floral design.
I October 23, were honored Sunday Centering the table was a large arrangement -
i News afternoon, Oct. 3, with an Open House of multicolored) silk
to,:,,: Catherine Lee HonoredAt 964-7608 Reception at the Drew Reddish homein flowers.
,\ O 0i Green Acres.Hostesses Mrs. Chuck Jones, sister of the prospective
Baby ShowerOn for the delightful affair groom, Mrs. Donald Thorn
f' were Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mr. and Mrs. ton, sister of the bride-elect,and Miss

[ Thursday, Sept. 30, Mrs. -- --.- ... -....... Spyros Drivas, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Donna Thornton, niece of the bride-
Catherine Lee of Raiford was honoredat ---IIIII! Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, elect, poured punch during the party

.... a baby shower given by Sallye Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevenson, Mr. hours.
f:+ Scoggins and Ruth Meng at the Scog- and Mrs. Olin White,Jr., and Mr.and Others assisting and caring for the
gins home near Hampton Lake. Mrs. Drew Reddish. guests were Miss Lorna Leasure and
Among guests attending was Mrs. The'Reddish home was decorated Mrs. Jim Reddish.
Valerie Hlghtower Lee's mother, Mrs. Margaret Lewis. with hanging plants, potted plants The hostesses presented Mrs.
The refreshment table was covered and floral arrangements. Rowell with a corsage and Mr. Futch
:. Valerie Lynn Hightower, with a white lace cloth. It was Greeting the guests at the door was with a boutonniere upon their arrival.As .
: Jonathan David Johnson centered with an arrangement of Mrs. Reddish who presented them to a memento of the occasion, the
G yellow and white daisies. The the honorees, Cindy and Steve. Cin honored couple were given a round
To Wed Oct. 22 refreshments consisted of a dy's fatheer, Frow Strickland of platter to their chosen china.
is.... decorated cake, ice cream,coffee and Kingsley Lake, also attended. Approximately 150 guests called
Mr and Mrs. Ben Weldon iced tea. The guests were invited to the din- during the party hours of 3:00: to 5:00
f' Hightower of Starke announce the The honoree was presented with a Ing room. The dining table was P.M.
I. ,'., engagement and approaching mar diaper pail filled with useful baby
::t,. riage of their daughter Valerie Lynn, items by the hostesses. Cindy Rowell Steve Futch Junior Woman's Club
; (",/to' Jonathan David Johnson, son of
L! :Mr. and Mrs. Shirly Franklin Johnson Bradford HomemakersTo Honored at Buffet-Dinner Meeting Set
kj; 'of Keystone Heights.
PS The wedding will be an event of Friday Meet Oct. 14 Cindy Rowell and Steve Futch were The Starke Junior Woman's Club
jg-X -. Oct. 22, at Friendship Bibles honored Friday night, Oct. 1, at the will hold their regular meeting Mon
Church in Keystone. Bradford County HomemakersClub d home of Tommy and Eveelyn Chas- day, Oct. 11, at 7:30: at the Woman's
will hold a meeting next Thursday tain on Forsythe Road. Club.
Oct. 14, at 10:00: a.m. in the The guests enjoyed visiting before Hostesses for this meeting will be

rr.h.. Jazz Classes Agriculture Building.BIRTHS. ., ,\'. helping themselves to a country-style Evelyn Chastain and Paula Register.
To Begin at St. Mark's fo' "y buffet dinner topped off by a Bradford
r, Starke Woman's Club
County strawberry shortcake dessert.As
.. I ,
i Laurie Stallings, daughter of .ryrti ; ;,>. a remembrance of the occasion, To Meet Oct. 13
the couple received a University of
i, former Starke residents Margaret
-r Ann Dinkins and Harry Stallings, will Florida Christmas ornament. The Starke Woman's Club will meetat
.:. begin teaching classes in jazz on 12:00 noon in the club building on
-I' Wednesday afternoons at St. Mark's r Duplicate Bridge Results Wednesday, Oct. 13.
yParish House, 212 Church St.of ;' atrb Hostesses for this occasion will be
Any school age youth may register ,- Dulpicate Bridge winners Tuesdayat Mrs. V. J. Spengler, chairman,
for these excellent classes. Registra- the Starke Woman's Club were: assisted by Mrs. A. Y. Covington,
-r lion will be Wednesday,Oct. 13, at the Lindsey Marie .t, M1SD d'r Cecelia Terwillegar and Charles Rid- Mrs. C.G.Hill,Mrs.J. C. Hobbs,Mrs.
House. Gareth Jones, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy,
'? dle, Lake City, came in first; tied for
Laurie has had 10 or more. years of Mrs. T. H. O'Steen Mrs. W. C.
second Ida Shaw and Mildred Cuttino
dance instruction. This, combinedwith and Cheryl Wynn of Starke aL Powell, Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs.E. .
and Louise Darst and Jack Burnetteof
an innate talent, proves to maker announce the birth of a daughter, Lake City.. R. Weaver and Mrs. Gladys
her an excellent Instructor. All youthsare Lindsey Marie, born Sept. 11 in Weldon.
Alachua General in There will be no game next Tuesday
welcome. Gainesville. however, after that, games will be Guest speaker will be Mr. David
Lindsey joins brother 1: held as usual at 7:30: P.M. StarkeWoman's Smith, Director of Community
Free Health Testing one Kyle i
Education at the Vo-Tech School.
Wynn, four years old. Club. Public is cordially invited -
Friday, Oct. 8 Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Mr.and Mrs.Terrence Lawrence to attend.Homecoming.
Mrs. Henry P. McClean of Sampson
Seventh-Day Adventist Community City. Paternal grandparents are Mr Revival Set Get well soon, G.M.
Services will be providing free testing and Mrs. Ossie Wynn of Sampson Ci and For October 10.17
Pittman Terrence Lawrence
.,* for blood pressure, blood sugar, and ty. Sylvia

.s' hemoglobin levels. These three tests Pine Valley Congregational FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
will show where stand in relation
-<, you Carolyn Rose IndianosDr. Wed
..,, to three of this nations most severe Sept. 4 in TampaSylvia Holiness Church will host a Hwy 16 W. & Weldon 964.6971
Revival October
Homecoming 10-17,
.,, ? chronic diseases, heart disease, and Mrs. James L. Indianos of with services beginning at 7:30: nightly. Pastor George Watson and
n1: diabetes, and anemia. The service Gainesville announce the birth of a Ann Pittman and Terrence Tampa. The Congregation Invite You to
9t will be offered in front of the Winn- daughter, Carolyn Rose, born Sept. 18 Lenard Lawrence were married There will be dinner on Sunday, Come and Worship With Us
The was
bt Dixie store on Friday, Oct. 8, from 9 at Alachua General Hospital. She Saturday, Sept. 4, at Peace Progressive wedding attended by a host .
of family and friends from out of Oct. 17. Pastor Rev. David L. Hodges Sunday SchMl" ,.. ... .10 AM
a.m. til 3 p.m.9l joins a sister, Catherine Elizabeth M.B., Church in Tampa, ..
g town. The bride white chiffon urges everyone to attend. Morning WmMp...... .. ..11 AM
I., This service if offered free of ages 20-months. Florida. with satin wore a The church is located down the EvingeUitlc. .. ..... . .. ...7 PM
and lace
charge to all people, regardless of Paternal grandparents are William The bride is the daughter of LydiaD. gown around the lining trim- gravel road beside Bradford Fur- Wedneld.y Wnlll,. .... .. 7:30: PM
.,, race, creed or sex. However, donations and Rose Indiaros of Ft. Lauderdale. Pittman and Samuel Pittman, Sr. mings bodice and sleeves. niture north 301.
,,, will be accepted from those who Maternal grandparents are Mack S. of Starke. The decorative colors were different Factory, _
shades of blue'and white. -a a 0-aese- -- --- -
Jj. wish to give. and Adeline E. Futch, of rural Starke. The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
._ There is one exception to offering and Mrs. Roosevelt Lawrence, Sr. of .;:The couple.will reside in Tampa. i Irene's Beauty Salon 'I"Special"
lr ,, the services to all. We cannot perform Jesse William PageJ. r
' the blood sugar test on known i
:r f'' ,diabetics.We! sincerely,.hope-to see W. (Buddy) .and Margaret C.. .lIomecoming..at.8etheUaptIstChur.ch., : .. .-.. : '

'(If9V'JWK.: Ral.\ _... ; JUju Page of Starke announce the birth of a. ,- ,_ .. ,_. X..Oi j4..._l ..\it!. ., 'vi b':1rk. r+. ".f..t 1
.. U11d 'scar;'Jesse William,' btfrti.Sept.26' in'1 a ".JietheltBaptiat.Chunthi7iomecom.ing.wilLbe j be ; !l, j.t ,
-ivrwon aT}nolei < ') tilln; )IKit r'Jacksbn\ti1l ") ,. ", tr'Sinitf1J-WilJ &Oddt a e9ter Invitesle4eryone vy+.n + ''
Did'You Know....... Naval Hospital. 1.111! Sundayq OcfendO with"3 T .of .irr'"W" l Ttiintroduceyou,, a new I
Paternal grandparents are L. W. special singing beginning at the more, to come and hear the operator in this area, Jessie
Rusty McCreanaghaft celebrated and Kimio Page of Starke. fling service by The Gospel Sound. 'message of God brought by former .. of Lois's I
his fourth birthday on Oct. 2, with a Dinner on the grounds will follow the pastor, R v..R.T.. Williams. 'f: Harris, formerly
,'' party. Four guests attended. service.An 'The church is located on SR-230A. 'l Beauty Shop at Orange Park.
..' afternoon sing, featuring The For more information call June Lee,
'If'9.'i Gospel Sound and The Family of God 964-6054. $3000 Permsfor I

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'It:'I;' St. Mark's WomenTo $2000October
Dolores Meng Attends Wedding Girl Scouts Visit
vljJ Phone 168-1915 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clayton attendedthe Ronald McDonald House Meet
li.ou 7 8 4 9
wedding of their nephew, Alfonso On Saturday, Oct. 2, the local Girl -
Local Band to Assist FFA Taibi to Sandy Wisnowskl on Sept. 25. Scout Cadette Troop went to The women of St. Mark's will meet r 2207 Raiford Road
The Bradford County High FFA and The wedding and reception took place Gainesville where they visited the Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the parish houseat
Jo-Cephus and the Ghost.Rider.Band at Mt. Carmel Catholic Church: in Ronald McDonald House. 7:30: p.m. i i 964-5033
along\ with Jane ViiDf' Galncsville-wnr: IQneeiu, N.Y. Girl Scouts from this area furnishedand
]! resent a concert at the Bradford Mr.. and Mrs. Clayton visited his maintain one of the bedrooms
High Auditorium on Oct. 19 at 7 P.M. mother, Mrs. Mabel Clayton of Old there. They have also donated hand-
|( Admission for the concert Is $3.00. Tappan, N. J. and other relatives and made dolls, coat hangers and stuffed
[{This.includes.a"chance to .win ,a friends. animals for that facility.
2-gauge'shotg. Proceeds from the Among others from the area flyingto The ten girls then enjoyed a picnic
concert will go to the Bradford High New York for the wedding were lunch and went roller skating. Tjjjj
FAISeni\\ ndJ, ) for Chapters.. Mrs. Linda Baker,Mr.and Mrs. R. G. Accompanying the girls were their
ol muleA! the jerr fwadsWh family spent Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis leaders, Mrs. Faye Dailey and Mrs.
'X9 Te Jr'AQ(,;frIdaY|, to Sunday'in Atlanta and Mrs. Mary Taibi. Andria Abrams.
an9nwoi h ere she Gho t Rider Band perform-
l. bluow "
Mrs. Lori and children
Meng ,
il1.tody';; : idsworth: performed with
89jjlu:> m a 'Flat: JjTravelers, a Bluegrass Amanda and Joshua, accompaniedher The Church of God of Prophecy will
'Hoboken Ga. at the sister, Shelby Stinson, to Mont- conduct
u P.rfronti a revival starting Sunday,
L Jff verde last week. week
rtnsm They spent one
Bluegrass Festival on Sun- Oct. 10, at 7:30 .
910 elan J << visiting her family, Mr. and Mrs.
-Sasht x....i''Saturd y Jerry and Jody Wildon Stinson. Marty went there and Sister the public Howard is invited.will preach nightly Vogue Manufacturina i iSat. Saturday

afaiGWadsworth' > 'attendeda, dove shoot Saturday and they returned home .I
-jB-i--1 i 'held at the chastain's in Alachua. Sunday evening. The Fellowship of Churches will be October 9th
100 East Starke ( cr from Orangewood Apts5
hoi sro' Robbin ,Wadsworth' attended the held at Great Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Rodeo in Branford last Friday night, Church Oct. 24 at 3 p.m.
She enjoyed watching her friends per- Rev. A.J. Simmons president, In-
Sit c c form in the Recuperating Bulldozing contest. vites.all churches., OctoberlOtiH3 9

f31 Lonnie Melton returned home last L L ,
''V week after ten days hospitalization atslt

!Bradford County Hospital."n "
Shorty Baker is recuperating at Mr. Advertiser
home following treatment at North : -
Florida Regional Hospital in

Gainesville. Visitors IF

Visiting Viola Lefebvre and the
b,. i Henry Spell family during the past We remember 80 per cent of what we read

b9..j.' ,. week were her granddaughter, First
-,I.j! :. Sherry Smith and her cousin, Karenbn And Only 12 ,per cent of what we hear Quality Boys

..Barbusco of Carlsbad, Calif. On
Thursday Viola and Judy took Sherry
JD ." and Karen to Brooksville for a visit AND
,-.1') with relatives. Pants
no Happy Anniversary Surveys Show value to S14 95
I..M-U\ Mike and Dazinskl celebrated their .
The Believable
wedding anniversary on Oct. 3. Most Advertising

jyt: i Birthdays 1 Newspapers 42%
till Happy Birthday to Viola Lefebvre
ad and Clifford Prevatt on Oct. 3. Diana Television 26%
!t.). Cardin was 12 on Oct. 3. Marcelline Sizes Reg. 8 to 18 Slims 8 to 16
UT Campbell had a birthday Oct.4. Oct.6 Radio ,11 %
Conne Muse celebrated her birthday '.
Direct 5%
I3t: and Becky Young was 15 on Oct. 7.
m. Hampton Lake
2.)' F Mr.Henry Stefanelli Entertain THENYour
On Thursday Sept. 30, a group of $ 'Q95 i r
U.,1) friends enjoyed; lunch and a social "
.1.. ,, afternoon at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Best Advertising Buy Is Your Local Newspaper .
.t't .. Albert Stefanelli on Hampton Lake.
The hostess, Mrs.'.!Henry Stefanelli of Bradford County Telegraph ; per pair ,

lovely Starke new took home.the group on a tour. of- the Call 964-6305 for help In preparing your advertising All Sales Final

As a surprise a decorated birthday (Source Opinion March Corporation) ,

cake made by Ruth Meng was
presented to Mrs. Gladys Weldon. .

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e Page SA. TELEGRAPH October! 7. 19112

St. Mark's Annual Country Western Musical

.. Arts ft Crafts Festival Planned by FFA Charlotte Geiger, Timothy John Wilson

To B. H.ld 'f
Nov. 13
The Bradford Senior and Junior
chapters, of Future Farmers of Wed August 13 in
The Second Annual Arts & Crafts
America will sponsor a Country-
Festival will be held on Saturday, Western Musical :Concert Tuesday,
;. Nov. 13, from 9 A.M. until dark at St.Mark's Oct. 19, from 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. in the i. The chambers of the honorable the grooms parents in Lawtey. Stan
Episcopal Church grounds. in the receiving line was
Bradford High Auditorium of ding the
George Pierce scene .
Church,Jackson and Water Streets in Featured attraction will be Brad- the marriage between Charlotte honored couple. :
Starke. ford County FFA member Jody 4 aw of Era The buffet dining table was covered
This festival, held last in Virginia Geiger, daughter with white linen ,
year Wadsworth, or "Jo-Cephus. Jody is Geiger and the late Ottis C. Geiger of a tablecloth
December, proved to be wonderful centered with an arrangement of ;
a a very talented young man and has Starke, and Timothy John Wilson,son fall
shopping and browsing experience for played with some of America's best of Col. and Mrs. William Wilson of flowers. The wedding cake was
the visitors. and profitable for the ar country-western music stars. Also 7r decorated with live flowers surroun.'
Lawtey, on Aug. 13.
tists. featured will be Jane Yii, outstandingvocal Dressed in a blue sleeveless street ding the base of the cake. Serving the
Interested artists/artisans should and stylist.. r / 4 cake, following the traditional caket
X 4 length chiffon dress with a V-neck,
apply to St. Mark's Church, P. O. Box /t// the bride and
All proceeds will go towards the bride was attended by her mother cutting by groom, was-
; 487,Starke, Fla. 32091.Spaces are approximately building the State FFA Leadership and her brother, Billy Geiger of Hjalma McMillan Wilson. ..,
10'xl2'. Applicationsshould Center in Lakeland, Florida. 1"i t .t. : v __ Starke; Following a wedding trip to St'J;:
be accompanied by $3.00 cashor Come out and hear some good A reception was held in the home of Augustine, the couple is pow residing
check made payable to St. Mark's music and support your FF A. Mr.and Mrs. Timothy J. Wilson in Lawtey. '

Church. About 60 prime spaces are _.. .,--" .. ........................ .. ,
available since church property
fronts on three city streets.
Deadline for entry applications is
Oct. 15, 1982. IEAGLEI ,

Senior Citizens S

Have MeetingThe on sale { c

first meeting of the season for OuRCHIC Thur day, Friday & Saturdayl! u ; 7 ,,
the Senior Citizens of Starke was Free oORMaE
Sept. 14 and was opened by vice- hl "v ,
president Harry Fertig, in the WITH AyAWAYI readl >! +. :
absence of president Lucy Wellon.
New business included discussion of
inviting any and all senior citizens to I IV81Ue1
join in forming a never and better
club. x
The membership Is now 37 and the
club welcomes more. The members 3 c + 6FAMOUS
played bingo and had refreshments. A 1 h' 6C NT mmm
The Sel;>l. 28 meeting had one new JEAARTE
member join, Mrs. Verble Griffis. GIFT I kI LADIES'KNITTOPS
The next meeting will be Oct. 12 at rz

12 noon and everyone is to bring a Levi's quality. Short!Cottonpoly.Vneck. sleeves.S-L.. ,6 SPECIAL
brown bag lunch x $:/ t 'lt 4 PURCHASE
The First United Methodist Church J MEN'S LEVI'S SHIRTS
invited the group to go on a bus trip 1 1 1 + k .
Oct. 14 to Orange Park Mall to shop Slub weave polyestercotton.BOYS'
Solid colors. Sizes S.M.L.XL.
MEN'S m&a
and have lunch at Morrison'sCafeteria.
The cost will be $2 each
and interested persons should be at [

the Community church at.9.a.Prayer.m. on Oct.-Band 14. 3gRPL88 4 WERE 8.99 r 8 WERE 10.88


Washable 100%cotton flannel Perfect r STRAIGHT LEG '-
Community prayer band will tor cool days niwad; Two pockets: Assort q DENIM JEANS ;
celebrate its first anniversary Friday ed plaids, Men's SMLXL. Boys' 818. 5 pockots, zip front. I
night, Oct. 8, at New Bethel Baptist Assorted styles. :
Church at the corner of Florida and 1 1 SUes 513. G r
Keller Streets in Starke. BOYS' MEN'S. ''
Services will begin promptly at 7:30:

of and p.m.New moderator Rev.Bethel Henderson Baptist of! the Church Hudson East Raiford,Florida pastor 1 O.12!! WERE 1,4.88 I DISCOUNT PRICE I

Conference will be the guest speaker.The .
public is cordially invited to FIRST QUALITY LEVI'S JEANS MEN'S CORDUROY JEANS I
come and worship with this most wor- Cotton/polyester, riveted and bartacked. By famous Wrangler. Cotton/polyester
thy and devoted who strives to Popular mid-blue denim. Men's 28-38;
group corduroy. Boot flair leg. Men's 28-38.
bring souls to Christ. boys'.8-14, reg & slim' students' .. ...
Mrs. Rosa Williams, president;
Mrs. Lucille Tyson, first vice-
president; Mrs. Mary Lee, second
vice-president; Mrs. Pearly Smith,
secretary; Mrs. Louiza Brown, finan- SALE I
cial officer. NATIONAL BRANDS H

Did you know. 1

Monday Mr., and to Mrs Wednesday Bill Rink iivAtfantic::last CIty -..>..,. '" Names you know and at savings up to 40% j jI

N.J. Accompanying Rink's 1 r.- *, true ? .If : .
Mr. and Mrs. Don -
were of '
Tappin 11'1 .l!
Jacksonville. I Kodak I 1TMDNIZ JEANNETTE! !

Evelyn Griffin, Margie Thomson IHII
and Lillian Stump attended a meetingof J, 1

Duval the American Country Club Cancer in Society Miami at from the Your Choice (! d Your Choice .; Your Choice '

Friday through Sunday. 97 : : ..... :"Nl' '. ."

Laura and Jack Killoran of 271 S. 4 ''e 147 l',1 1 WERE ,. ,'.' 149
Orange St. will celebrate their 48th UP T03.47 ''' : rvt. 1
wedding anniversary on October 9. e : '. :
Mrs. James Blackshear and Mrs. TOILETTISSUE COLOR FILM 2 WASH AND WAXES ,"""'" ....'::' .. %I BY JEANNETTE

Herbert Thomas attended the Soft,gentle texture. Choose 110-12 or 126 Choose from Simoniz For conventional or'
Episcopal Churchwomen's Diocesan StocK-up at this low, a 12 12 exposures to Liquid Car Wash, No \i microwave ovens 4
Board Meeting held at Holy Trinity 4 9 low price) the roll. Great buyl! Buff Liquid or Dupont .i. .';12" pie plate loaf pan
Great Reflections ,
Church in Gainesville wax. open baker measuring
on Tuesday, '
Sept. 28.Maxie. 8o fl1T'] i ijj cup or mixing bowl.

j' Carter, Jr. spent the
weekend at St.
j Petersburg with his
son Keith and wife, Karen Carter.

Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. attended -
1 the funeral of Mr. Earnest 1Q 'QI ; w .. a 1
Welhausen at Maxville.

Mrs. Gladys Edwards returned
home Friday from a two-weeks stay
with her son and wife, Wayne and
\ Cheryl Edwards.

Mrs. Maxie Carter; Jr. and Brad BI!, .. .. .. .- ,. .. .. : ,. .
t Carter attended the funeral of ,

Thursday Wallace ,Faulk of Jacksonville on 44 Inch a7 77 8Q ; 2e1 Sucrels ,
Sept. 30. -- Tnroal
PlanterDISCOUNT Your ( 483 Your 1 Your,, 3'Z83 Mouthwash88Shoulders1
c Mrs. Alma Smith will lead Bellr- Ch01Ce T05:91 'Ch01C@ Chalco UP TO 24 ct. M
inger workers in a house-to-house 6 Inch 9' WASTEBASKET ELECTRIC ENERGIZER PACE OR SOCKITCHLORINATORS Limit 1 or 4 az tu, 2 Oft
i i drive in Kingsley Lake. Proceeds will Planter Suns SolidAntlPersp Aqua-Fresh
benefit the Mental Health Association 15 Toothpaste
basket 2 Pk. 'C'or 0' 'Choose 17.5 lb. Pace 2 1
in Florida. The Mental Health Swing-top or Large easy-read oz. Scent. 8.2 oz. WAS
Association's fund-raising campaign 8Vt PlanterDISCOUNT inch 397 candy Jar canister numerals. White.. cell.Long lasting. or 20 lb. Sock-It or Unseen 1.89'

0 in Kingsley Lake will take place dur- PRICE .
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I Army Sgt. George E. Green, son of uiSttiM C Stt retu,'prestO 2,00,
L.A. and Ann Green of Starke, is one worn JUQs..
1, j of more than 100,000 U.S. soldiers and 01\\110 ft"L. rmm3
airmen participating in the U.S. Ar l<6s't O"' NAL6 TWIN SIZE : FULL SIZE 1S

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U.S. members in '
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exercises centering central West SLIPPERS
on Selection ol beautiful patterns and colors. Lights and darks. Slip-on or oxford Vinyl
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I demonstrate U.S. capabilities to rein-

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Green is an armor crewman with.
'I the 1st Armored Division.Erlangen,
. } West Germany. 'Convenient, .
His wife. Loretta. is the daughter of 229 Locations I Starke' *

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October 7, 182 TELEGRAPH!: PalCf'7.\

News Southside Elementary--School NewsCalendar 'I

Lawtey J Ilf J U..I.fI.rM '_ M -.- IiI \

JoAnn on spelling words with the letter "0.'
of Events: or change to a P.T.O. Mrs.

By Elizabeth Terry Oct. 5 & 6: State Assessment Tests DiGiandomenico,President of Region They drew Pac-Man screens with the

Phone 783-3300 were given to third and fifth graders. 5 of the Florida P.T.A. will be present spelling words being eaten by Pac-

Friday, Oct. 8: Southside students to discuss the advantages of belong-- Man and ghosts. The students are studying -

CHURCH ACTIVITY: Wednesday until Saturday with her dinner will walk to the downtown area to see ing to the P.T.A. the subject and predicte partsof
Vidalia, Ga., were Sunday cards sentences. They have enjoyed acting -
:Grace United Methodist Church is the Bradford High School Homecoming Wednesday Oct. 20: Report
parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. ,
of Mr. and Mrs.LeI
guetss will be sent out subject nouns and predicate
preparing for homecoming on Sun We are happy to learn that Mrs. Mrs. Red- parade. Parents are encouragedto for the first six
Other Margie
day Oct. 17. Saturday. Oct. 9 will be a guests were pick their children at school by home with the students. Please let the verbs.
Donald Wilkison Sr. able to up
was dish and Tomlinson of Starke/
work day, all members are urged to return home from St. Vincents Johnny signing them out in the school office. school know if your child did not get Mrs. Carol Clarke's fourth grade
visited them In the afternoon.
participate. Thanks to all the ladies Hospital Jacksonville 24. .If parents want their children to go home with one. Reading Classes have written their
on Sept. returned home
Mr. L.M. McClellan
make the United with 22 Teacher Planning first book reports. Everyone did a
who helped to Our prayers are with her. General someone other than themselves Friday Oct. :
Methodist Women's yard and bake Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr., Saturday from Alachua they must send a note to school to this Day no school for students. super job. The class slogan is
Hospital, Gainesville after spendinga "Discover New World Read
is the a a
sale such a success on Saturday Oct. went to Vermond New to effect. Saturday Oct. 30: 5-9 p.m.
Hampshire there. "
week Friday, Oct. 15: 9:00: A.M til noon, time scheduled for the annual Halloween Book. The classroom helpers in Mrs.Clark' .
spend their vacation with their aunt, Jacksonville
Mr. James Ellison ,
2.PERSONALS homeroom
This yearly extravaganza are Ashley Alday,
: Football/Volleyball playday.The
Mrs. Nellie Mulane. From there they County
afternoon with Petty
JMr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, Sr. and spent Saturday fourth and fifth grades are for fund-raising will Bill Campbell, Patsy Cook, Angela
will visit their uncle and aunt Mr. Harris
Officer 1st Class and Mrs.
Carter and Rafael
daughter, Lisa and son Billy Jr., and and Mrs. Milton Magnussen, of preparing to host this event. Schools feature some old favorites such as Cumming
mother and grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Holbrook, Mass. family participating will be Lawtey Elementary The Haunted House, Country Store, Delestre. Safety Patrols are Ashley
School News
visited her son and daughter- Lawtey Cake Walk Bingo and In addition Alday and Andria Fenton.
Anders Henry Hodges attended the stock McClellan's first grade Elementary, Hampton ,
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of car races at Lake City on Saturday students Mrs. working hard. Some of and Southside. Popcorn will also be on there will be booths for Go Fishui', Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's Social.
afternoon.We Pond Treasure Chest, Lollipop Studies classes are enjoying an electric
palatka on Sunday night. sale for 25 cents per bag. ,
finished "Little
are glad to learn that Mrs. Jim- Morgan Road Baptist Church us have Monday, Oct. 11: School pictures Pull, Ring Toss, Bean Bag Toss, board made by Susan Judd'sfather.
read well. We are practicing -
can really Crawl. Planto It has the fifty states and
able to return will Balloons Dragon
my Higginbotham was observe their homecoming on Sunday Is will be taken. More information Shave ,
on our handwriting. Everyone it. When is
meal with us capitols on a capitol con-
home from Alachua General They had lots of people and plenty be sent home. eat your evening
doing fine job. Next week we are
a will nected to the correct state
Gainesville There will be while have fun. Food on sale a green
Hospital on : to eat. They had two groups of starting addition. Our parents are Tuesday, Oct. 19: a you
This will make learning
corn-on-the-cob light lights
prayers are with her. singers. "Thanks meeting of parents, teachers and in- be: hamburgers, up.

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sheetz, of Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- helping Mom and us Dad read It"at night. terested adults at 7:30 p.m. in the doughnuts, cokes and popcorn. our states and capitols easier and
fourth grade more enjoyable. Many thanks to a
Mlddleburg, were Sunday dinner thurine Blanchard visite her sister Raffle tickets for the Halloween Southside Cafeteria to decide whetherour Mrs. Donna Gmen's

guests of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, her Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Carnival were distributed to the organization will remain P,T.A. Language Arts classes are working caring parent!

daughter, Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Thelma Wilson at Baker County Nursing students last week. The student

Mamie Barratt. Home at Macclenny on Wednes- family) selling the most tickets will I I I
Mrs. Dave Kelly and children of day afternoon. Mrs. Wilson was in the be the winner of a Pac man Game as Bradford Middle School NewsArtist

Jacksonville,spent this weekend with hospital with pneumonia. advertised on T.V. The class selling

their In-laws Mr. and'Mrs. George F.A. David McCulley of Lawtey has 'the most tickets will be given 5 free Vocational
Bradford-Union memorable
Kelly. just completed his Basic Training and carnival tickets (for each student) to of the Week the learning the us with a truly ex
School. they are
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman, of Engineman Schooling in Great Lake, be used for games, etc. perience.

Ichtuckness, were Sunday supper ill and Is on two weeks leave with his Our Halloween Carnival is scheduled Sean Redmond did a pencil rendering various career opportunities PTO Results
Mr. and Mrs. of "Music and Good Luck available in this area. Students in the We had a very enjoyable PTO
of their a
guests parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley.Mr. for Oct. 23, from 5-9 pm.: A
Norman for his birthday.Mr. done by William Cosmetology classes are treating our meeting Sept. 28. Our annual "Open
Truman and Mrs. Franklin Starling and reminder that Oct. 22 is a Teacher painting originally blow
the Harnett American artist in 1888. BMS students with shampoos, House" was held Including introduction -
Dave Tanner spent an
family, of Bryceville, were Sunday school for students.
Planning Day, no
weekend with his son and daughter- Health Career Classes drys facials manicures, and cutting of our BMS staff and then parents
dinner of their Mr.
guests parents, The end of the first six weeks is Oct.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanner, and Mrs. Fleam Starling. 11. Students in Health Career Classesare and styling the hair of any student visiting their student's classrooms.

of Green Cove Springs.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and having an opportunity to par- wishing to participate. Our sincere The meeting was opened by our presi-

Susan Carroll and children son Jeff, of Starke and Mr. Darrin ticipate in a very enjoyable and infor- thanks to Mrs. Betty Stevens dent, Carolyn Taylor. The invocationwas

Hilery and Tom of Boca Raton, spent McClellan, and Miss patsy O'Neal, of mative activity. Each day, a different Cosmetology instructor and the given by Shaun Schmidt, a BMS
class of 7th and 8th grade students are students In her class for giving of 8th grader and Jr. Beta Club

visiting the Cosmetology classes at their time and knowledge to provide member. Some announcements made

I by Mr. McKinney were: State Assess-

I Brooker News 1- ment Tests will be given Oct. 5-15;
u_- u -, - rJf '" n fr_ r- -r1n-u ...2--- n-- report cards go home Oct. 20; a new

By C. E. "Sue" Davis oversight. following column is an special way by being given a chanceto Lydia Polk; greased pig, Olan Polk chairman Gainey or the school. Most rood will be put on BMS this school

Phone 4851344CHURCHES excerpt from that leftover join with a well-known Gospel (pigs are needed for this activity); of the booths or activities will need term; and our next PTO meeting will
Please contact the be held Dec. 7, 7:30: in the cafeteria,
news.-Editor./ )). group. Tootsie was approached by the pirates treasure, Marilyn Vellenga; additional helpers.
"Fishermen Quartet' of Jacksonville duck pond, Gail Cook; chicken sup- school if you. will be available. the BMS Chorus will be performing at

Two Events In The Life and accepted the pianist position for per, Margaret Ann Dyal; fireman Around Town that meeting and the induction of Jr.

Of Tootsie Tucker the This young lady is a fine dunk, Wayne McLeod; hay ride, Ran- Mrs. Ruby Hodges and Mrs. Beta Club members. We had in excessof
Rev. Andy Moon of Brooker Baptist quartet.
Last Saturday was a big day in the visiteed Mrs. Bobby 250 parents present and considerour
Church announces homecoming will example of the youth of today and we dy Joyner and T. J. Mann; anything Laverne Edwards
life of Tootsie Tucker as she last first meeting a huge success. Of-
Rick Ezzell sixth grade booth, Strickland in Callahan
wish to con goes, ;
of the community say
be held at the church Sunday Oct. 10
celebrated her 16th birthday at a and for your Laurie Ezzell; helium balloons, Ann weekend. Bobby has been ill for some ficers are vice-president.. Linda Al-
with Sunday school and worship at gratulations we pray ,
poolside party given in her honor by Starling; Bingo, a sponsor is needed; time but is much improved at this day; assist. vice-president, Josie
their times. The Rev. Don success.
regular every
her uncle Jimmy Clark and family in Brooker Elem.School milk bottle throw, a sponsor is need- writing. Williams; secretary Dot Simmons;
Martin of Colman Florida will
con- Starke. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. The annual Halloween carnival ed; crazy tunnel Susan Scott and Mrs. Eva Harrell is spending a few treasurer, Elizabeth Lrngley.
duct the services.A .
morning worship be Bud Tucker, were present as were the held at Brooker school will be in pro Martha Pillow; cake walk, Elizabeth days with her daughter and family, Any folks interested in volunteering
covered dish luncheon
entire B.11.S. band along with director Saturday Oct. 23. The paradewill McLeod (lots of cakes needed for a the Paul Emory's in Greensboro, Fl. their time at BMS, please contact our
served in the fellowship hail at noon gress ,
Mike Woodfm and other friends. She
followed by reassembly of the begin under the direction of Lynn continuous walk); pony ride, Mrs. this week. office.

members and guests at the returned home, with a happy Melvin at 4:30: p.m. SHARP. All those Haefeker (ponys and carts are need- John R. LeFevers of Harrisburg,

auditorium for burning of the mor- knowledge that she passed a wishing to enter the parade are askedto ed); let's go fishing, Kathy Hallmarkand N.C. has returned home after vacationing -
milestone in her life.
dressed in various costumesto Vickie Colson; filling station, in Graham with his brother,T.
which off last
tgage ( was paid by
year At the of three, Tootsie wouldsit
age r-
(hamburger and hot dog stand) Sam 1
make this memorable occa- 11 LeFevers and family.
an donor) The help a
anonymous at the and and sing in
Fishermen Quartet of Jacksonvillewith piano play sion. Margaret Ann Dyal is in chargeof my Hallmark and Larry and Nancy Visitors at the home of the G.W. REWARD
Church Sun-
the Brooker
our own Tootsie Tucker as Baptist on the chicken dinner this year and Parrish; pies, Stella Joyner; Haunted Davis' the past week were Mr. and

pianist will entertain with a musical days for older the she congregation became and of as she the serving time is set for 5 p.m. Halloween house, Norma Bass, Annie Dodd and Mrs. Dewey Fowler of Starke and *50000In

of gospel music. The grew one Carnival chairman Phil Gainey Mickey Bath; face painting, Denyse Mrs. Alma Croft of Darby. Mrs. Croft
program publicIs of the church where she serv-
that the following were Stafford and Anna Barfield; dart remained overnight and attended the

special invited day to of come events.and join. in the ed until she was Church.called to Little play did at she the announces chosen by the P.T.A. for this upcom- throw, Phyllis Corbine and Carolyn Douglas reunion held at Lake City the conviction or arrest -

Lacross Baptist event Raffle Sue Crawford; Jones; ring toss, Steve Nipper; go- last Sunday.Mr. .
: ,
(Due to an decrease of space for the know that before the day would end on ing fashioned kartsa is needed. Entertain- G. W. Davis visited of the or
past two weeks. the Brooker News parade, Lynn Melvin; old sponsor and Mrs. person per-
be able to
Tootsie would
Sunday ment will be by live bands and more Elbert Bell in
Mer- and Mrs.
store "Three Sisters with Mr.
has been left out of the Telegraph. We realize a dream of many years. Her country cantile" Joanne, FusseU; sweet shop, are needed. If interested contact Jacksonville last Sunday.The sons who took ceiling

are sorry for tIle Inconvenience and .chancy. jGod Uuher: own, '
.serve. .State W.MU.' G.A Director.;
1.---- !.wO .,1ans.. on...October 3 ,trom
Painter of Jacksonville was.
.. : .0. .Elizabeth
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and Mrs. Jim Countryman.Mrs. .

-....... ........................... 380. Lawtey. Florida FLORIDA 82-73-SP, Is pending In NOTICEOF Dated this 4th day of Lula Mae Baxter Mrs. Lydia Sales.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT October, 1982.1074tchg1028. Hess
32058 that the names of the Circuit Court for Crosby and Mrs. Martha were

EIGHTH JUDICIAL the persons solely Interested PROBATE DIVISIONFILE Bradford County PROPOSED ORDINANCE the Sunday afternoon guests of Mr.

CIRCUITOF in the sold NO. 82-76-CP Florida Probate Division IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF and Mrs. Jim Williams in Hampton. Contact
FLORIDA IN AND FOR of Please take police that of Mr. and
business Is as follow.: the address THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Elain O'Hern, daughter
BRADFORD COUNTY AIMEE SHEDDAN. TOM In Re: Estate of which Is Bradford County the following proposed CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Mrs. J. R. Mott, and baby son, Mark Olin

CIVIL ACTION SHEDDAN. Interlachen J. UNDERHILL.D.c.a.ed Courthouse Starke, ordinance It under con- BRADFORD COUNTY, Jerome left Sunday to join her husband -

Florida. September 7. Florida 32091. The deration( by the City FLORIDACASE Airman Jerry O'Hern In their P.O. Box 27

Ca.No. 82.388 1982. names and addresses of Commission of the Cityof NO. 82.417 new home in San Antonio, Texas.

10/14 NOTICE OF the personal representative Stark.: Charlie Starkeor
JEROME p. RENGERING. ..1.!...._.....9/23.......4tod..,.....c..."." ADMINISTRATIONThe and the personal representatives An ordinance IN THE MATTER OF: have Mrs.returned Bunny home Tilt and to Miami son after

Husband IN THE CIRCUIT COURT attorney authorizing the Issuanceof THE ADOPTION OF visiting with her sister, Mrs. Susie

Plaintiff FOR BRADFORD administrationof or. set forth below. $4.000,000 utilityrevenue PATRICK RAY AARON here. Charlie visited with
FLORIDA the of bond of the City Call
COUNTY. estate O. J.
All Interested
persons a RONALD O. AARON for few days while
Matthugh Crosby a
vsGLADYS CIVIL DIVISION UNDERHILL. deceased. are required to file of Starke, Florida. and
Mother Bunny enjoyed a trip 964-5606
Wife CASE NO.82-413 Case No. 8276CP. Is with this court. WITHIN repealing certain prior NOTICE OF ACTIONTO I
D.f.ndant pending In the Circuit THREE MONTHS OF THE ordinance and resolu1tlont. Nassau. s-- -

Florida Probot. Division THIS NOTICE all Said ordinance will
: ((1)) Address Unknown.

W Eft NOTICE NO' PROPERTY OF SUIT.TO VIRGINIA O.BECKWITH the address of claims against the estate come up for second ......H'. .. -..-"-.-,-.. ....... ... .... .... .......... .. ., ... ....,....

,' Plaintiffs which Is Bradford County and ((2)) any objection by. reading and final YOU ARE NOTIFIED One ((1)) Revolver, One ((1)) Revolver. RG
h. Courthouse Storke. at the meetingof One ((1)) Rifle Winchester
v. an interested person to postage that a Petition for Adoption Blackhawk 44 Indust., Model RG20 22
GLADYS D. RENGER Model 94, 30-30 Ruger
Commissionfor ,
Florida 32091. The the City
FERMIN SANTOS whom notice was mailed been filed. Case .
80-57887. Short Col, SN. 71638.
ING: osi Springhouse of Starke Col. S.N. 44254063. Mag,
and address of the City
.. and names that the
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Representative of the the
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of the .
adoption Single Six. 22 32 Col, S N
Station t.Apartments, Defendants and of the Personal qualifications of the personal at 7:00 P.M. at City Hall PATRICK RAY AARON ington Model 552 22 830199.
Col.. S.N.5176629.
209 North Thompson Cal.. Auto., S.N.S1921)79Speedmaster .
No. 945-D Representatives representative
Apartment ,
One (1)) Revolver RG On. (1) Revolver
Columbia ,South NOTICE OF ACTION attorney are set forth 'of Street Stark. Florida. ( )
:* venue or jurisdiction AARON in which excuse Rifle Revela Industries, Model RG40 Russl 22 Col, S.N,
10/07 On. ((1)) .
Carolina' 39210. : : ". below.All the court. ...................Itchg................, of your Content will besought tion. Bolt Action, Model 38 Spl. S.N. IR072745. 1602210
... / 5. .TO: FERMIN SANTOS and Interested persons ALL CLAIMS AND NOTICE OF REFERENDUM and you are required .22 S.N. One ((1)) Revolver RG The above describedproperty
fYOU"'/ARE EDITH SANTOS are required to file OBJECTIONS NOT SO of lOlA .
Notice is hereby given to serve a copy Industries, Model RG. 38 will be sold pursuant

NbriFIED' that art action 1018 North Rldgeway with the court WITHIN FILED WILL BE FOREVER that a referendum will your written obections| None.One ((1)) "'".. Revelation Spl. S.N. IFF326170. to Florida Statutes
f forDI, .olutlon of Marriage Chicago Illinois 60651 THREE BARRED. be conducted on if any. to it on Evelyn DSapp Single Shot. Model One ((1)) Revolver RG 705.13 at 1:00 P.M. on

has been 1usdagainst THE DATE OF THE FIRST Publication of this November 2. 1982, for Attorney.at-Law. R100B. .22 Cat. S.N. Industries, Model 38T 38 Monday the 18th day of f

you and you"are YOU ARE NOTIFIED PUBLICATION OF THIS Notice has begun on the purpose of authorizIng Petitioner's Attorney 1329615. Col., S.N.1196818.One October 1982: place of
that a Complaint to NOTICE: ((1)) All claimsagainst S.pt.3O. 1982. whose mailing address is Revolver RGIndu.trl. sale being the Bradford
required to serve a copy the and the levy by Bradford One ((1)) Shotgun/Rifle. ((1))
of your written defenses. foreclose a mortgage estate PersonalRepresentative County of an addltl1on..c.nt P. O. Box 12967. Savage Over & Under .., Model RG23 County JaIl. corner of
ha. been filed against ((2)) any objection by aninterested i Gainesville Florida SN. ,T605388 Broadway and PrattStreet
I If any to It. on the plaintiff's to per gallon tax Model 24 SE. 22/20 Ga.. 22 Cal .
you In the above-named person Hyta Gayle 32604. on or before Revolver RGIndust. Stark., Florida.
attorn.y. whose on certain fuels sold In S.N. IPO77410. One ((1))
and are required whom notice was mailed Post Office Box 562 and
Court. you November 5, 1982
the The
and address Is County. questionto Iver
name One ((1)) Shotgun.
of that challenges the Fl
tc -rv. a copy Keystone Heights, file the original with the SHERIFF
the ballot LR. S.N. IT675268
Dudl.y P. Hardy. P.A., P. appear on Johnson 29'Barrel.,
of the the
pleadingto validity will. 32656
answer or Clerti\ eitherbefore
your of this Court Bradford
O. Drawer 1030, Starke, the Complaint pn thePlalntllf' qualifications of the personal hall be as follows. Peti 12 go. S.N. I Non. One (1)) Revolver, County.

Florida 32091 and file attorney, representative, Attorney for'P.nonal For the purpose of tioner's service Attorney on or Immediately One ((1)) Shotgun. Springfield. Titan Tiger 38 Cat., Florida10073tchglO14

the original with. the. RICHARD E. WELTY 954 venue or jurisdiction of Representative paving and maintaining thereafter; Pump. Model Special S N. OO63388.

clerk of the above styled'court N. Temple Ave., P. O. the court. : roads operating systems, otherwise, your obec-| 67F 20 go. S.N. / None.

on or before October Box 995 Stark. Florida ALL CLAIMS AND William J.Quirk transportation lions will not be heard at one tU Kevolver
15. 1983:: ; otherwise 32091 and file the OBJECTIONS NOT SO Clayton Duncan, and for, other Bradford Countyhall purposes against the relief Astra. 357 Col.. S.N. FLORILAND REALTY

a judgement may original answer or FILED WILL BE FOREVER Johnston,Quincey be authorized to demanded in the Petition. 1154207!

be entered against you pleading In the office of BARRED. Ireland Felder&Godd levy an additional one- 964-7700 ]

for the relief demandedIn the Clerk of the Circuit Date of the first P.O. Bon 1090GaInesville cent tax on each gallon EVELYN D. SAPP
Court In and for Bradford publication of this Noticeof Fl 32602 ATTORNEY AT LAW
the complaint or peti of motor fuel and special 393 N. Tempi Ave., Stark.
Florida on or Administration: ((904)376-4694) St.
County, fuel sold in Bradford 35 N. Main Vernie P. Odom Broker GRI
tion.WITNESS before 4 November, September 23 1982. 9/3O4tchglO/21 O. Box 12967
my hand and 1982. MARIAN J. UNDERHILL .......... ............... County and taxed under Gainesville.P. 32604 HOW TOINVEST J. D. Odo"' Jr. Associate 964.5476. Eve.
the "NOTICEOF; the of Chapter INREAL
seal 1 of told Court on Real at Personal Representative provisions
property ((904)375-7046)
206 Florida Statute
September, 1982.
Issue I. as follows: PROPOSED ORDINANCE Yes_ _NoMaxi. l0/Ol4tchg 10/28 ESTATE. WE NEED LISTINGSON
GILBERT BROWNAs Lot 40 GENEVA LAKE DUDLEY P. HARDYP. .Carters Jr.,' ..................................
Clerk of said Court ESTATES, ,according to .O. Drawer 1030 LAND AND HOMES
By: Beulah MoodyAs recorded In Plat 'Starke Florida 32091 Please take notice that Chairman NOTICEJ. and wifuJ..
plat the following proposed Board of OLDER 2-STORY home in need of repairs,
Deputy Clerk. Book 3. pages 36. 36A Attorney for
will hold
Commissioners owner mortgage.
under County
9/l64tchg 10/07 and 368 In the public Personal Representative ordinance is con not be responsible for Our saks associates
10/21 in Financing
the 10/07 2tchg Approximately 18 Acres City.
records of Bradford ((904)964-5701) slderatlon by of the CityCommission ..... ....,." ...............,-. any more debt or bills know where to look for available.
... 9/234tchglO/14 made by Merla Lynn Par. Investment opportunities
County, Florida.If fall do .tlfcJU*........,.....,.."..(.JJ.......... of Starke: NOTICEOf ramor. here In town or aa over! the BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. 100'xllS'
NOTICE you by'defaultwill '0.ludg.m.nt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT An ordinance pro- INTENTIONTO l0/O74tchgIO/28 country: And we have the LOT IN HIGHRIDGE ESTATES in Keystone.

OF INTENTIONTO be token FOR BRADFORD viding the authority and REGISTER .;--.-.................-..... experience lo help you get 100'xl40'.
REGISTER for relief demanded against you In COUNTY procedure for the FICTITIOUS NAME Case No. 82-S27-MM financing terms you can WOODEN BUILDING on nice size' lot, some >

FICTITIOUS NAME the Petition. FLORIDA.. disposal of surplus .Pursuant to Section REFERENCE: Abandoned afford Tell us your objec- work. Nice home. )

WITNESS hand PROBATE DIVISION municipal property and 865.09,. Florida Statutes, Property In the Custodyof ttvts-we'n help find them e FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One' of Starke's {

NOTICE IS HEREBY .,my orS.pt.mber.I"2. File Number 8272SPIN for the sale' and. 1 lease of notice I.I hereby given the Bradford CountyShorlff' for you landmark homes, 436 No. Walnut St. .{
and sew tin* HI auy
GIVEN. that the under. real property. that the und..lgned.John OHIce. C CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom 2 bath well t

signed under the provl- GILBERT S. BROWN RE: The Estate Of: Sold ordinance will E. Curies, Jr., San NOTICE OK built older home. lias nice yard. 1

;tlons of Section 865.09. AS CLERK OF SAID AMY MICHELLE com up I for second dra M. O'Brant-Johnson, SHERIFF'S SALE 2I.NEIGH.OIHOOO' e 131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken houses :1,000 >

; Florida Statutes will COURT THOMAS. reading and fIndpossoe James R. O-Bront- ft. road frontage on US-301. i

:u register the Circuit with Court the Clerk In and of BY:Beulah Moody Deceased of the 'City at the Commissionfor meeting Johnton sole business or Joint Notice I I. hereby given e 11 ACRE to I', ACRE LOT: Priced to sell i

Deputy Clerk owners, doing that I. Dolph I. Reddish PROPERTIES. Inc. $2500 to S33SO. Terms. ,$300.00 down payments \
for Bradford County, the of Starke.
NOTICEOF City under the firm" name ofAmerIcan
of Bradford County Realtor
'/30 lehff 0'l Sheriff for S at 12x. i{
of yrs.
Florida' upon receipt Florida on October 19that Ullrafllght ofItar.
1e' Florida. my ft04)944S331INDSMNDIKTIT '
proof of publication of IN THE CIMCUII COUKT. .\ 1:00: p.m. at City Hall, ..., 1640 5. Walnut the following OWNS* 25 ACRESWirh US.301 frontage
this notke the following EIGHTH JUDICIAL Th. administrationof '209 North Thompson Intends to register said possession .DDOrSCATSO. 5 ACRES: with 476 ft. on US.30I. I
described property: _
fictitious name to-wlt CIRCUIT. the estate of AMY Street Starfce. Florida. fictitious name under the CASE NO. 82-327-MM *r..I98J! 1W4 n CtrpofvftorIqual .C.nu.v2l 15 ACRES: Ideal for building on lot of shade trees }

YOUN I RECORDS underwhich IN AND FOR MICHELLE THOMAS llchg 10/07 aforesaid statute. SCHEDULE'A' HauunfOpporiurit/al Good terms.w" j jI
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I am engaged In BRADFORD COUNTY, deceased. File Number ---- i- -I- i ;

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{;It's Homecoming hoopla time at Friday's Quick Facts
Bradford High School this week (see

related story on pg. 1A for more on Tornadoes vs. St. Augustine True
flie activities) and the center of attraction Game Site: Bradford Stadium Sports Editor
as always will be Friday ((8:00):
night's football game at BUS matching Season Records: BHS 1-2, St. Aug. .
the 1-2 Tornadoes against the 2-1

2-1. St. Augustine Yellow Jackets. Series History: BHS 12 wins, St.
Kickoff time is 8 p.m. Friday night. Aug. 9, 2 ties. The biggest sports news going in Bradford County in recent hours is the
scuttlebutt that Bradford High School will be dropping down to class 2A nextyear
this St. Last
.,On Homecoming night Meeting: St. Aug. won 16-6 in
Augustine offers an opponent rich in '81. after decades of competing at the class 3A level.
And this isn't A call to the Florida School Activites
history for BHS, as the varsity Tornadoes just a rumor. High
have met the Yellow Jackets The Yellow Jackets outscored BHS Assoc. (FHSAA) office in Gainesville Tuesday confirmed that new enroll-
ment guidelines for the state's 4 athletic classifications (1A-4A) will have
the football field
23times on winning 16-6 last year in the historical city on
12, losing 9, and tieing 2and the beach but two years ago in 'SO the Bradford dropping down.
old Ketterlinus The change, which will go into affect next year 83-84) and last at least a
played High 12 Tornadoes took wild 30-20 win here.
a .
couple of years, will be a drastic one for BHS athletics as it means the Tornadoes -
timeswinning just 1. about St.
Another historical
thing 1it a U i4, will be competing for district, region and state honors alongside the
: the 'Jackets tn'
:This year sport a Augustine is their style of football-
1 t l wx. likes of Keystone Heights, Lake Butler, Newberry, Hawthorne, Interlachen,
look with 8 the ;
young sophomores in rough, tough stuff, with big backs anda 7
and P.K. Yonge rather than schools like Palatka St. Augustine, Gainesville,
Starting lineup, but so far that grind it out style. and Buchholz.
youthful exuberance hasn't hurt their That hasn't changed as the 1982 ver-

football much. Sandwiched around a sion of the 'jackets feature 230 pound Rather than being the little guy on the block against larger 3A (formerly
46-6 loss to state-ranked Gainesville fullback Bernard Mathews, a bullish class A) schools as BHS has grown accustomed to the Tornadoes will suddenly -
Buchholz have been a 9-6 overtimewin runner and crackling blocker out of Watkins Finds Some Daylight... be playing Goliath against the David's as one of the largest 2A schoolsin

over Jacksonville Englewood and SA's power-I formation. Tornado quarterback Emmett Watkins (dark jersey) had the going rough Florida.
a 45-0 win over new Nease High, so the "They're a typical St. Augustineteam against Santa Fe's blitzing defense last Friday but here he finds some runn- Two other local schools- longtime rival Baker County and Alachua Santa
Jackets will be trying to protect a they come right at ," said that schools
you after tackler's Feare also headed down to class 2A while reports are larger
ing room slipping through a grasp.
winning record here. BHS coach David Hurse. Gainesville Buchholz, Ocala Vanguard, and Ocala Forest will be among the

schools moving up to 4A as class 3A is being squeezed at the top and bottom.
a For the last 2 years class 3A has been defined as schools with enrollment in
the upper 3 grades of 601 to 1,429 students. The new rules drawn up by the
;Raiders;| Repel Tornado Comeback to Win 14-11 FHSAA executive committee Sunday adjusted the 3A boundaries to 730 to
1,299 to account for a statewide I decrease !in enrollment and a trend towards
more ana smaller schools in the metropolitan areas,
*': In a tight ga me decided by big plays li''' Santa l"e's rush. Three hurried passes Thus, BUS, which reported 693 students, drops down.
land misplays) Santa Fe's Raiders ;., : TornadoOf fell incomplete and on 4th and 10 the 2A, which had been for schools at 221 to 600 students has had its boundaries

|got more of the big ones and held off a f snap from center was bobbled to endBradford's enlarged from 208 to 729. The changes leave Florida with 107 4A schools, 100

late Tornado rally to spoil Bradford ; ,the WeekFor hopes. 3A, 99 2A, and 1441A schools tentatively. That last figure is deceiving since

High's i home opener 14-11 in Starke -p FG Shy of OT many of the A schools don't play major sports.
Friday night. The result left both the second straight week senior The Tornadoes were of course just It's uncertain how much the move will affect Tornado scheduling in the

learns with 1.2 records. r tackle Dale Buchanon was the top one field goal shy of sending the various sports but the football slate will have to be adjusted for sure since
;! The Raiders used a blitzing defense 2.t: tackler for Bradford High's Tor- into overtime and Hurse pointed at a FHSAA rules require any teams competing for football playoff. berths to.

to: harass the Tornadoes into an 0 for nadoes and for the second week in a 32 yard miss by BHS with 2:19: to go in schedule games against all schools in its district. _. _

tackled;12 passing BHS night and 8 times they .row he is Tornado of the Week. the first quarter as another key in the That brings us to the next questionwhat district will Bradford be placedin
quarterback Emmett
Buchanon made 6 solo tackles and game. ?
Watkins for 45 yards in losses. But at 'r assisted on' 3 others in Bradford's The Tornadoes had moved 60 yardson Tornado athletic director David Hurse was guessing Tuesday that BHS

halftime BUS was down just 7-3 and it : o' 14-11 loss to Santa Fe. their first possession of the game, will be placed in District 7-AA, a loop that now includes Keystone, Union
still much That
was very a ballgame. ". Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton thanks mostly to 3 piling on penalties County, Jasper, Interlachen, Hawthorne, and P.K. Yonge with MacclennyBaker -
: until Santa Fe's
was one really big ,, said Buchanon and end John Bennett against the Raiders worth 33 yards sliding into the Jacksonville area district with Baldwin, Bolles and
play defense.against the exhausted Tornado C" '.. ,dom... have been a solidifying force in theTornadoes' and a 16 yard keeper by Watkins..But others; and Santa Fe moving in to district 6 with Newberry, Chiefland,

Dale Buchanonthe defensive efforts. after reaching the 8 Bradford went Williston and that group.
h' On third and three from the Santa
a backwards on a sack for negative 6 If that's the case BHS would be locked in to 6 district games and would
Fe 43 midway through the third yards and 2 incomplete passes so have to make some tough choices as to what traditional rivals to play amonga
:: period Raider halfback Cary Lum- ball to Robert Carver minutes with what amounted to only a
: upback
kicker John David Francis was calledon list that includes people like Palatka, Macclenny, St. Augustine, and Live
_:pkin took swing from rather than John David Fran- 25 yard drive.
a pass quarter- punter
to try a 32 yarder.But Oak, and more recent rivals such as Middleburg and the Gainesville schools.
j pack Eddie Boles, for what looked cis. Carver handed the ball to 4 penalties- against Santa Fe for.
Francis never really got a That brings us to the next question about all this that is getting asked
;.like a short gain. But Lumpkin bounc- Watkins, who took off up a crack in delay of game and 1 against BHS- chance have Tornado
as the snap from center was around the BHS fieldhouse. What effect will the move on
_jSd off one tackler' at midfield, spun the middle for a 50 yard surprise turned the series from what could low and the ball was not firm on the ?
across the grain, and ran 50 yards to gainer to the Raider three. .hwve been 8 plays to 12, and the one tee when Francis leg sports

She Tornado 7. .On..th?next play On first down BHS went to a second crucial call against Bradford kept the through and the kick was well whipped off the Again, it's tough to answer.

:ieamate Kelvin Williams slashed into ., formationtpgyu gcfl l .f niiplo times..-. Raider possession going. The officials ,mark. i ,_- .. .. The glee..Is that BHSu.could.be.much more competitive maybe even,
) whistled BHS grabbing the back of
;the endzoneandt'1'tft"S'mo go in the"jthird Friday, what they. call ,the A with ",dominating, than it has in most sports in recent years against 3A competition.The .
Santa Fe had 14-3 lead Lumpkin's helmet" after the Tor BHS came back to cut the ga'p to 7-3
period a Carver at quarterback and Watkinsat apprehension is that financially Bradford High will suffer (at the gate) if
h;against a BUS offense that had showed nadoes ganged up on him at the line of just before halftime as Carver intercepted
tailback. Emmett blasted in in on it moves towards playing smaller schools and that BHS could lose some
.; no quick-scoring ability.. an isolation run left behind Donald scrimmage. That 15-yarder turned a tipped pass Intended for statewide and area prestige it earned in the larger school ranks.
r. The Tornadoes did rally back to what would have been a 3rd and 10 speedy Al Campbell and carried the successfully
Thornton, Wayne Cribbs,David Jones That of course remains to be seen, and could probably be argued -
:':!score their first touchdown of the year and lead blocker Oliver Tyson forBradford's situation for Santa Fe into a first ball back 27 yards to the Santa Fe 14 either way right now. Coach Hurse indicated Tuesday that if he had his
: :by reaching into their bag of tricks down. to set Bradford up.
first TD. BHS ran the druthers he just as soon remain 3A.
: and using a fake punt play they to the right for the two Finally BHS got the ball back with After Watkins was sacked for an 8
same play
o .haven't utilized in a few years. 1:29: left when cornerback Eric Lane yard loss 2 passes fell incompletethe the for is
point conversion and Watkins slantedin Maybe only thing sure that Bradford will be 2A for the next 2
Faced with a fourth and five from intercepted a Boles pass at the 8 and second a bomb to the corner that
%, to cut the Santa Fe gap to a field years. collects enrollment figures every other year: and adjuststhe
. .the Raider 47 with 7:23 on the clock goal's difference 14-11-with 6:02 returned it to the 22. just did elude streaking Larry Long.So guidelines to try to keep a balance among the 4 classifications. Coach
:BHS coach David nurse called for a The Tornadoes went immediatelyto Bradford settled for a field goal Hurse said that with Bradford Middle School overflowing with students BHS
;.it'spread;;{ punt run"; remaining.But the air to try to get into 3-point try and Francis booted a 39-yarder could well be bumped right back up to 3A in a couple of years.'
j BHS lined up in spread formation, an onsides kick try failed and range, but were no more successful through as time expired to make it 7.3 And the FHSAA does have a 25 percent rule whereby if a school's enrollment
l Ipnd snapper John Bennett shuttled the Raiders" somehow chewed.up 4M than they'd been earlier in the face of at intermission. rises by 25 percen'-in a year after being' dropped in classification the

,. Statistically Watkins led BHS school must go back up to its former division the next year. Even the 2-year
ballcarriers again with 59 yards on 20 change is not etched in stone.

llMusic Men Roll 43' U nil Mens Flag Mismatch carries despite all the negative yar- Finally, let us throw out some area enrollment figures for you to digest to
dage Santa Fe piled on him. He was .understand this whole thing a little better.
'.\.*& ..1 .t -* .?. also chosen defensive'' back of the
1 These are the last available figures, those for 1981-82, not the ones turnedin
f'f lk iOd\rpW'the; Super Stars Daytona Beach this weekend to compete They ran for''a TD: with C. week. to the FHSAA:

7 ,43-kl{Q'Steen& Roberts beat Mac- in an invitational flag football Chandler keeping for a 30-yarder.. ."Watkins was the best football Buchholz 1,387, Palatka 1,259, Gainesville 1,161, St Augustine 1,154 Mid-

:. :jlenrty Motor Pacts;: as those 2 Starke tournament They took an interception all the player on the field Friday night," dleburg 910, North Marion 896, Live Oak 882, Eastside 855, Macclenny 667
;;wtartei! stayed on top of the Starke / 'Music Men 43-Super Stars 0 way back: Willie Jenkins doing the Hurse said of his senior signal caller. (now 669), Santa Fe 612, Clay 505, Interlachen 355, Newberry 330, Chiefland
; iMaectenoyaiens flag football league. The Music Men scored in just about honors after picking off a pass at the "He took the worst beating a quarter- 293, P.K. Yonge 270, Union County 267, Keystone 261 (now 279), Baldwin 242,
Also, Norman's Farm of Starke fell toMacdlenny's every fashion they could Sunday in Super Star 10. back's ever taken since I've been Hawthorne 230...
Streaks/\ '. '. rolling over the Super Stars in Mac- And they used razzle-dazzle twice: here. We've just got to utilize his
In the only action Sunday O'Steen & clenny 43-0. first C. Chandler passing to Reed, talents better and help him out
(Roberts fates 'Norman's Farm of They threw for scores: quarterbackChris who pitched to M.. Chandler for a more."
Starki Jrt a K30 game at the Bradford Chandler slinging TD passes to 10-yarder. Moments later M. Hurse took the blame for Brad- Sports Calendar BHS crow country":: Palatka (.meet

High School' practice 'teld.be Mike Chandler for 60 yards, James Chandler took an option pitch and ford's poor offensive showing (only Thu....,..Oct.7 Gainesville it BHS 9th grade football (7)
.11 The ""*slc M' ', going toe Reed for 20. ,went in from 10 yards out. 104 yards total offense), saying Gainesville al BHS girls, volleyball 16:001: BHS girls volleyball at Buchholi (6.00>
nJ4 ma itV!' "Santa Fe hurt us with the corner
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:.1 'As" Tornado c tihGeorge Loper The Kenny girls sped to a 19-36 win way as Bishop Kenny's leaders lost ,,
'I;,) t I 1d 'some members of his squad over the Lady Tornadoes, with some ground with a wrong turn and ---- -

;'1i{ afterwards, "Bishop Kenny brought Vanguard a distant third with 75. In DeWitt ended up with a 14:33 time,
;;! its horses today." the boys race Kenny bettered her best on the home course this year *
,' Indeed they did. And the Jackson- Vanguard 29 to 37, with Bradford and just 10 seconds off the pace set by Insured ro S 1 00.000 by the

j ill! villa catholic school's "horses" were behind at 62. Kenny's Blair Butler. FSLIC Federal regulations
J I} plenty fast to sweep a 3-school cross Top individual finisher for BHS was Also for the Lady Tornadoes Pam require a substantial penalty for
:jl J country meet at the middle school sophomore Linda DeWitt with a 3rd in Boswell was 6th in 15:00: Michelle 11.75 early withdrawal but In the
course Tuesday. the girls race. She led much of the Kimutis 8th in 15:24: Carol Fussell 9th case of an account-holder's
j in 15:35: Cheryl Bogle 10th in 15:44: death these certificates
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P' Alan Gonzalez (17th) and Calvin'' II.5OMinimum
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BHS Girls Head for Yet BBS JV Team Rallies

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Another Winning SeasonThe ; For First Win of Year

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girls volleyball team of Brad- up 3 more unreturned serves to give Bradford High's JV football team period. The hosts hurt BHS with the
ford High steamed ahead towards the Lady Tornadoes a 14-11lead. notched its first victory of the season wide sweeps In the first half.*but
another winning season last week BHS still couldn't get the winning last Wednesday as a clutch third defensive ends Chandler and Richard
with 2 wins in 3 matches upping the point until serving changes later but period TD catch by Daren Chandlerand Crosby and linebacker Tony Davjs
Lady Tornado mark to 6-2 for the finally uinior Vonda Kay Hall's hard a stingy defense sparked the came through fo shut the 'Jacket
campaign. dipping delivery went for an ace to 4 sophomore Tornadoes to an 84 win bread and butter play down in these'
4 BUS, now on track for its 4th winn- close out the match in Bradford's over St. Augustine on the road. cond half.
ing record in the last 5 years under favor.
y coach Inez Diggs (formerly Inez McCloud led BHS with 10 services The now 1.2 BUS JV's host Mid-
Late in the BUS had another
&i Harvey), lost to Santa Fe ((6In for the night while Hall had 7 serves, dleburg Wednesday night, Oct. 5;at 7pm. chance to score game but was halted at the
in Starke and to Palatka
straight games last Thursday but including 2 aces, plus a block for a go St. Augustine 1 yard line. ,The
came back to whip Middleburg 15-4, point and 2 spikes. Bass contributed 2 Thursday, Oct. 14. 'Jackets went to the air and Tornado
16-14 and then Baker County at home dinks for points and a spike. Chandler's third period grab in the Hall the and
Tuesday 15-7, 1512. Bass led the way with 9 serves, including endzone of a Robert Bellamy aerial Kerry intercepted pass
carried the ball back 35 yards to the 5
with 2 Yellow Jacket defenders hang- ..
In the match Tuesday" at the BHS 3 aces in the win at Mid
gym the Lady Tornadoes eased to a dleburg Hall chipped in 6 serves and ing on him pulled BUS into a 6-6 tie as time ran out.
15-7 win in the game but then 2 spikes and McCloud, Cindy and Bellamy hooked up with flanker Davis led BHS ballcarriers with 56
( had to recover opening from a letdown to get Strickland, and Pat Slocum all added Timmy Nugent for the 2-point conversion yards on 15 carries and Bellamy.
H HNow that ended up winning the game. scooted 20 yards one keeper.
off the hook by a 15-12 count in the second 5 services. on
tilt. "Cindy had her best serving night," BHS and Chandler felt they had one
The Macclenny team had gone coach Diggs said, noting that the 1st- touchdown taken away earlier. The
ahead 9-8 in game 2 and was intent on year player delivered 3 aces. rangy end had apparently stolen a Note: JV Games
tieing the match at a game apiece but At Santa Fe coach Diggs said Bass Bellamy toss away from a shorter St. Will be at 7:00An
BHS pulled together. Lorraine Bass had a "a super game offensively and Augustpne defensive back for a TD

hammered down a spike Baker defensively'1 in the losing cause. The <--..-.,' .- ....,. ... but the back official inexplicably rul- .rror In tho BHS football program
couldn't touch to !give BHS the side senior leader served 7 of Bradford's ed the ball an incomplete pass. lists JV and 9th grad gamot starting at
out and then served 2 points to put 21 points and executed dinks at the net That's a Dig... The Tornado defense kept the game 7i30 p.m.All homo gomo for thoio tams
Bradford back on top 1110. for 2 of the other points. Slocum also Christy Strickland goes to her knees to dig up a Baker County shot In the close though after St. Augustine will tart} at 7:00 p.m. at Bradford
Freshman Valerie McCloud dished had 7 serves. Lady Tornadoes' volleyball win Tuesday night. scored on a 5 yard: sweep in the second Stadium.

. Middlebursr ConQuers BHS Freshmen 12-6 in Battle of Unbeaten BallclubsIn

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a clash of unbeaten and fired up Mark Harris picked the opening seconds expired both teams, had game that had chewed up yardagelike Middleburg up for the game-winning territory through the air. Kehoe-
teams before a large and vocal crowd kickoff
up off the ground, broke scored. a tractor against Baldwin and with down the BUS
score a 1st at 11. who completed 3 of 7 passes for 93
for a 9th grade game at Bradford through a wedge, and sprinted 82 That flashy start was deceiving as .Keystone was held to just 79 yards Four running plays later Harris yardsbootlegged left and hit Simon
Stadium Tuesday night Middleburg'sBroncDS yards for a TD that took just 17 the two hard-hitting clubs settled Add in fine the left
Broncos went Mitchell
punting by over on an option pitch on a for a 33 yarder and then con
the freshman Tornadoes
edged seconds off the game clock. down to play a knock-down, drag-out and Lane of BHS and the war wagedon 4th and 1 play from Bradford's 2 yard nectedwith a leaping Long for 16
The 12-6. But that lead was shortlived as defensive battle the rest of the night. at 6-6 until halftime. line to put his team ahead. yards to put BHS at the Middleburg
outcome upped Middleburg'srecord Bradford responded with a lightning Led by tackle Davis who
Ray Long marie BHS
a leaping interception Again stopped Middleburg'stry
to 3-0 while giving the BUS quick scoring play of its own. zeroed in for 10 tackles, cornerback minutes into the 42.But
their second half and BHS for 2, with Lonnie Hamilton com- with 1:53: left Middleburg's Jim
frpsh first defeat after 2 straight After quarterback Keith Kehoe Lonnie Hamilton, who had 7, and end went on the move with Wendell ing up hard to knock Harris down on Turner picked off a Kehoe pass meant
wins.The Tornado 9th scrambled for a 13-yard gainer onBradford's Mike Chappell, who had 6 includingan Shanks, Bradford's leading bailcar- the corner, and the score remained for _Long to spoil Bradford's .
graders gave 1st play he dropped back open field tackle 9 yards behind the rier with 31 yards for the night, gain-
another good effort Tuesday but Mid- and unleashed bomb 126.The Other tackle totals for BHS in the
a to streaking line of scrimmage on a Bronco ing 13 and Kehoe for Tornadoes efforts to
keeping 9. But game
dleburg was easily the best team the game were: Keith Gillingham with 5,
Frank Long for a 44 yard TD the Bradford
freshman have faced. reverse, defense made the Broncos stole their second of three come back fell just short. After turn- Jeff Parliament and Clinton Mathews
the going tough for the visitors. interceptions from Kehoe and the ing the ball over on downs twice BHS
They showed that on the very first The BUS conversion kick failed with 4 each; Randy Thompson, Tom-
But BHS found the real estate justas return of the theft with started Its last to tie with 4:52 left
play of the game when running back also, but with just a minute and 8 hard a tripping try : my parker, Scott Anders, and Danny.
to buy. A Tornado running BUS tacked in the
penalty against on set game and moved into Bronco Manning with 3 apiece.

Jr. Midgets Stay. Unbeaten Mitev Mites Win
'-' -

Bradford's Jr. Midgets stayed my Seeley to make it 12-0. and Greg Edwards (leading ballcar
undefeated and the Mitey Mites The Cowboy defense dominated the rier with 92 yards) on offense and the
I If If knocked off a team that was Bucs in the first half, allowing them entire defense. .
undefeated in Pop Warner football only 3 yards rushing and keeping the

play last Saturday in Green Cove. Green Cove air game down with Mitey Mites 6-Green Cove 0
This week the 4 Cowboy teams go to Seeley making a second interception.The Bradford's Mitey Mites dealt
Lake Butler for the Bengals defense stayed tough in the se- unbeaten Green Cove its first loss of
Homecoming Saturday. Games will cond half and Strong went back to the the year Saturday and upped their
be at 10 a.m., noon, 2 and 4 air- with 15
p.m. p.m. hitting Greg Wiggins a own mark to 2-1 with a 6-0 defensivewin
yard toss to the Buc's 1. Kevin Sheley over the Buc's.A .
carred the ball over to make it 180.
Jr. Midgets z.j.Green Cove 0 4th quarter punt return TD of 38
The Bradford Jr. Midgets upped Once again the mighty Cowboy yards by Shaun Nichols with just over
defense led by Daren Patterson Dale 4 minutes left accounted for the
their record to 2-0-1( for the year by
scoring a touchdown every quarterand Brown, Robbie McRae, Billy game's only score and.gave. Bradfordthe
Heavner, Timmy Seeley and the victory.
shutting out Green-Cove Satur-
day. whole defensive line came on strong Coaches said it was strictly a defensive
: ,& -.- __ : The Cowboys started the action by and allowed only 17 ;yards rushing in struggle and the Cowboys got the
the second half. The
i winning the toss and electing to constant best of i it as little KiattTraylor and
receive and they marched right pressure put on the Buc's quarter- Doris Hill and Todd Hutcheson were
downfield for'the game's first score. back by Brown and McRae forced in the Green. Cove. 'backvield all day
Led by quarterback Corey Strong another interception by Wiggins.The long:
Bradford marched 70 yards with Greg Cowboys started their last Reggie Sheffield picked off an In-
Edwards taking the ball in from the 4 drive with Patterson making a coupleof terception for the Cowboys to help in
yard line. fine runs before. .scoring to make it the shutout.

Near the end of period one Malachi 240.Michael Offensively Dwight Collins bulled
Jenkins intercepted a Buc's pass and Gray added another in- up the middle for over 30 yards
terception late in the game rushing and Sheffield for 65
set up the Cowboys's second score. ran more
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Strong connected with a leaping were Seeley

I "Get That Flag!..." -

Say members of the Rams as they chase John Allen Steelers, Dempsey, and Shannon Smith, Nolan Gray,
I Dempsey (In white) down the sideline In a 6-9 year old Kevin Boone, and Jeremy Trimble of the Rams, who
flag football game Monday afternoon at Pratt St. Park. won the game 136. "
Pictured are, from left to right: Chanda Woods of the vV

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New Touch:

. Cowboys, Rams Pass Up Bucs in 6-9 LeagueThe Tone Phones,'

Cowboys and Rams both won ference in this game. yards for a score. Touch Tone' phonesare
twice last week to pass up the Bucs The teams traded scores in the 1st
and move into a tie for first place in half with John Allen Dempsey scoring a luxury deserve -
Rams 22 Bucs you
flag football for 6-9 year olds. from the foot line after Evan Douglasran 18: Raymond TrIm-
ble scored on runs of 50,7,and 5
30 yards for the Steelers and Ray- to send the Rams yards to know about .
Monday,Oct.4 mond Trimble scored a hard-fought win
on a 28yarderfor
Cowboys 18 Bucs 0: Randy Miltonhit the Rams. over the Bucs, who( tallied points on The Touch Tone difference .
paydirt on runs of 40 and 25 yards runs of 40 and 20 yards by Ashley AI- is '
and a 36 yard punt return to lead the Wednesday Sept.29 daf and a 7 yard throw from. Alday to simple. Instead ;

Cowboys to victory. Cowboys 13 Steelers 8: Andy Hug- Kelly Lee. of dialing the slow;;
gins bolted 40 yards for a TD and Ran- s-.ain.. ?
Rams 13 Steelers 6: A 30 yard run dy Milton added a 10 yard scoring eo"""".,, W.L.i old-fashioned way; all.: -
I j on a counter reverse by Kevin Boonein scamper in the Cowboys win. a.m... LI do is touch the
the second half provided the dif For the Steelers Jeff Carver ran 10 II.a. i .. .2.1. you digits
.aEverybody's r and talk. It's that easy.;

. Won and Lost in 10-13 Flag Play I sraz 1.y- come Touch in a Tone variety phones of

The Bengals dealt the Dolphins a..d.a.D .. T exciting colors with
lI. s 1 ,. ,
their first loss the Starke
Tuesday so .1 ,
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1.1 ..I. M q standard and decorator
Rec. Department's 10-13 flag football :;;
league is still wide open with nobody : :
models ':,
to suit almost
unbeaten and nobody winless. ; L

Tuesday,Oct.5 1 1I your
49ers 26 Falcons 20: Mark home.
Strickland ran 6 yards for the winning '
score in overtime as the 49ers CLINIC.. And the cost is less

'outlasted the Falcons Tuesday. than
you'd think.
Earlier Strickland had thrown TD'sto .!,
Ed Douglas covering 32 and 20 SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE New Touch Tone ','
yards and returned a punt 28 yardsfor
the winners scores. phones. Fast simple :,: '.-,
For the losers Tommy Balkcom
tallied TD's on runs of 8 and 6 yards and so convenient For' :,
and Jim Widener took a kick back 28 BACK PAIN <<3Sjg WHIPLASH more information call
yards. (BACKACHE) < [ (AUTO INJURIES) *::

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Michael Huggins for a 6 yard score to (MIGRAINE) WORKERS local Phone Fair And ;".:
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But WW Interest His PlItntlll1 Tile tin Of Tile Human .t. .. .
i Thursday,Spl.30 Fame hi Dlel And ki The C Dolphin 34: tirrt 12: The Dolphins : T. EDISON ::: .
blistered the 49ers with a hot offensive r r, Continental Telephone'cri.
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scores Jamey Carver scrambled for ? Ewa
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threw to Scott Duncan for another. "

For the 49ers Ed Douglas ran 10 %: :
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Nurse Sandra O'Briant-JohnsonPreual.es For African Adventure

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By Mark Kriedlln says. "Their farming practices for In- modern techniques."One Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson applied for cerned..." past five years, reducing the output of
BCT Staff WriterAs stance Irrigation, crop rotation and advantage I'll have Is that the \ the job last Spring and received a let The hospital which was con critical crops and causing the disease I
fertilizer are practically unknownand language, officially at least, is ter'from the Hospital Matron, Ruth structed by the Salvationists in 1945 and infant mortality rate to soar.
a nurse at Bradford County in the villages where most of the English,"she says."It is spoken most Schoch, three months ago outlining and since then has served as a beaconof "I feel that the Lord is simply sending -
Hospital for the last three years people live, there is terrible sanitation often around the larger cities and just how welcome, and needed, her hope, and sound medical care for me where he thinks I'll be the =
Nurse Sandra O'Briant-Johnson is us- problem which reflects itself towns but the further you get out in services will be. the people in the area. most help," O'Briant-Johnson says.
ed to caring for the sick, the elderly directly on the people's health." the country the more colorful!, and "From Chikankata's point of view Zambia has suffered under the effects -
.and deprived patients from this area. The old tribal customs are very hard to understand, the different you could have picked no better time of three severe droughts in the c
But little in her past experience will hard to break, O'BriantJohnsonsays dialects become.There will be a problem to come," Schoch writes. "We are ._L-__
prepare her for the experience she is and part of the job for the personnel of communication at first but presently running the hospital at near -
about to undertake in just over a at the hospital is to educate the the veterans members of the staff tell capacity with severe staff shortages, Multi Mile
month she will be traveling to Zambia local tribe members on some of the me you pick it up in time." especially where the nurses area conO'Briant'Johnson's -
a country in Africa where the
scale of human suffering is immense. !
O'Briant-Johnson, who has lived
herz in this area for several years, is
a member of the Salvationists '.)
Church, a worldwide organizationthat \, Ply Polyester 4
is perhaps best known in the '.
,i. Size FET Price
United States for their alms- RVT Tires : .
collecting for the poor during the 3 1 P165/80013 1.63'29.88 '.
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"Their is a..mosconception about P215/75D14 2.38'31.88 7-9-14-LT 2.96 53.88
the church here in the U.S.," : P22S/75D14 2.61'39.88 9-15-LT 4.10 60.88
O'Briant-Johnson says. "We do accomplish : P215/75D15 2.46'38.88 1D.15.LT 4.39 69.88
a lot of good by the em- I U d : P225/75D15 2.66'39.88 1M5LT1215LT 4.50 72.88
phasis on collecting for our various J' P235/75D15 2.96'42.88 5.57 86.88
projects here but the organization is .
involved in other things as t
many Mot tan a HM truck .
well. 24 36 man*
One of those other projects Front Disc Interstate
O'Briant-Johnson is reffering to Is the
one she will become most intimately Brakes M995 $H Battery $37 e5
aquainted with during the next six plus'uI
The Salvationists own and operate a
relief hospital at a destitute village in 2 2M
the heart Zambia in Southwest Africa
Tire Balance
SERVICE '3.00 ea. I
is O'Briant-Johnson's destina-
tion when she boards a plane in GARAGE ".1' Carla Truck FOREIGN CAR
t Miami next month and from correspondence Ow_a Operated by REPAIRSFULL
she has received from Pal a OIl.. Cwfettt
the hospital, her.services are needed & SERVICE
badly. \ .tarn- I CORRETT'SuTIRESY
"There is a tremendous disadvan- : ; '
tage the people who live there have supervisor in Zambia will be Nurse Ruth Schoch shown here J.I J. I FI".ndngl.AU.b'' (Form.rly Storks .lr.ston.) 964-6436

and that Is their culture," the nurse --- .__._ .. --I, .. >. .- .- .. ". ,...
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is asking for local prayer as she tr avels to wildsgetting of Zambia"I'm

I praying for the Lord to give
disease 'The a hospital at Chikankata has a O'Briant-Johnson will be the seventh, the path to recovery and me the strength I'll need to do a hgood
Chikunkjiu institute is the separate facility for the treatment of and one part-time nurse. The hospital good health for its people job there," O'Briant-Johnson ,said.
From page one know as Leprosy, a progressive leprosy victims, and it is nearly Is also expecting a tutor for their newly "In,Zambia in many tribes, for when ''They tell me the first few weeks are
disease that leaves its victims permanently the always eat first
stance men
full." constructed training school for hardest to get used to and they
"Here in Bradford county there are scarred for life and an out always The main hospital Itself consists of younger children within the next few they sit down for meals," she says. also the you will probably lose 20-30
involved In and in the of their fellow eat second, whatever is say "
many projects to get eyes a 240 bed facility, with another months. "The women pounds during your stay there;;
my work at the hospital*she is an tribesmen. seperate ISO-bed facility called the Each of the Registered Nurses will left 'and the children, who probably Another Important program
anesthesioligist is always very busy, "The leprosy victims are shunnedby Leprosarium. The staff consists of have a very busy schedule,accordingto need the nutrition more than anyone O'Briant-Johnson will b4- participating .
but here there are many different their fellow tribe members and are two doctors, six full-time Registered O'Briant-Johnson, that will includea else,have to eat last and get whatever'scraps in is the hospital's'nursetraining
people to help as well as those who immediately expelled from their of which Mrs. night-call shift at the hospital each are left. The main traditional The staff is at-

need help.In Zambia the task at handis villages and their families the moment .nurses.."'_... .-- "1--- evening and responsibility for an food in the country is their form of .tempting program.to train local females in the
literally so overwhelming and so the disease is discovered, assigned ward of patients which include corn mush,most of the time there just basics of nursing, nutritional values
urgent I feel there will be a much bigger O'Briant-Johnson says. "This has led maternity patients,. male and isn't much else available, and that first aid.The program reportedlyhas
need for my services there." to the creation of leprosy vilages ". female sugery, tuberculosis has led to tremendous protein deft and big success with the local
critical medical problem in where the victims live and die ciencies in their diet. I don't have to a
Another cases(this is also a very prevalent and will be expanded in the
Zambia and in the area around the seperated from the rest of the society. L ; disease in the country) children pa- ," tell you how bad that is for young patients future.
near '
.,:,:. :< tients, isolation and the maternity I I children who are supposed to be in "I really believe that education is

I Abuse Hotline Stays Busy ward."Zambia is caught in a situation all ', their things peak we growing will have"years.to These struggle are one of for the the keys people to growth.of Zambia and,prosperity she

too familiar in Africa as a whole,'" against every day. 'The challenge is to teach themto
O'Briant-Johnson says. "They are Each morning patients come from says. for themselves. I think I can
ByMarkFriedlin HRS operates a central Child Abuse really feeling the effects of high, sustained the outer countryside to attend thehospital's help care but most of all I will need the
Abuse clinics;
Registry and a 24-hour-per-day growth and their early morning friends here
BCT Staff Writer population of all of my in
Hotline to receive reports of technological advances are limited bye which are a cacaphony of noise, cry prayers Bradford County with me on this
An eight-year-old boy lay critically suspected child abuse and neglect. their lack of education or job training. ing children and sick villagers suffer- "
injured on the hospital emergencyroom Free telephone calls can be made Industry is very rare still and the ing from a variety of ailments., trip.
table.His panic stricken mother from anywhere in the state to health conditions of the people in the

muttered hysterically about the child hotline number 18003429152.abuse Per. countryside thanks to the drought is Available SoonAllen's =
having fallen down the steps." The sons reporting suspected very precarious. In addition, tribal
doctor took one look at the child, do not have to give their names. differences and rivalries still hold up '
After a report is recieved, HRS Attic Self-Service Storage
noting the severe bruises covering the progress in these areas as well"
little boyu's painfully thin body. He workers are assigned to investigatethe O'Briant-Johnson thinks the focal
called the operating room, and the family structure and evaluate the customs are one of the biggest Call 473-2642
of the child.Nationwide .. I !\t
Child Abuse Hot line. safety obstacals .to a country like Zambia
It was too late. The little boy his reports of child abuse O'BriuntJohnson .

body battered, died from internal have increased 141 percent; since 1974. ---
bleeding. But in Florida, officials say, reportsof .
of have in- Item!Available In TGftY Family Center*Only,Oct.7-10
This was a tragic example a child abuse and neglect '
growing problem in Florida: Child creased 192 percent in the same time value
Abuse. unfortunately, these two period. Sportsmen set your sights on
words are being heard more and
more often in the state and across the HRS officials say more than 71,000
nation.A children were reported abused last
child is abused every two seconds year in Florida. And experts believe
in this country. Last year more than that for every abuse reported
71,000 children in Florida and 625,000 somewhere else a child is sufferingwith .
the U.S. -were reported abus- no-one's knowledge. '
The figures are "Unfortunately, it is a proven fact 1100 Automatic Models Available:
ed and neglected.but more shocking is that people abused as children often Remington 1100 Automatic Shotgun The .12 ga 50"plain barrel,full choke. Reg.349 97. now only.1IOe."
shocking; even abusers themselves and they 1100 is built tough,with solid steel receiver and .ONLY"
for case of child become __,r"
the fact that every vibra-tioned. Gas
barrel. 'All'1 action parts are
in the criminal justice
abuse reported, two more go often end" up HRS David operation automatically adjusts to the power .12 ga 26"vent-rlb barrel.Improved cylinder Reg 579.97,now
said Secretary
unreported. system 41 09 of the shell being fired Select your 1100 now only'511.'"S ONLY
in an effort to stem the tide, the Pingree."One important way to get a save; witfi plain or vent-rib' barrels In a variety of
Florida Department of Health and a handle on serious crime and to improve lengths and chokes.

Rehabilitive Services this week kick- the quality of life of our 308.88 41.09 on a Vent-Rib 1100 reg.379.97
Florida is to activley identify now
ed off a major public awareness campaign children in only 338.68
aimed at focusing public attention and report incidents of child
12 or 20 Plain Barrel
on the this growing and critical abuse. ga
The legislature has made child
statewide effort will ;Incorporate abuse and neglect a priority in 870 Pump Models Available:
Florida. An Interprogram Child 2i... _
television, radio, newspaper
participation in Abuse Task Force that includes per- 12 ga.SO' plain barrel,full cnoke.Reg 265.97,now only 2511...

and magazine through sonnel from HRS,the Dept.of law En- ONlY
the problem 870 Is
spotlighting The
Remington 870 Pump Shotgun
and the Department of
public service announcements, news forcement formed in one of the best selling pump action shotguns 17 ga. 28" vent-rib barrel modified crtocke. Reg. 299.97, now
coverage and informational Education has been In the U.S.Al The "Wlngmaster"features douonly JM.ea 2 ONLY
brochures. Tallahassee and similar task forces save 29.09 ble action-bars for smooth,dependable oper-
"Child abuse is an immense have been set in the local BRadford and a solid steel receiver Featured Is the 12 ga.28"vent-nb barrel,modified choke.Reg 299.97,now only
tragedy that we must all work to County HRS district. 236.88 .870 with full choke and 30"plain barrel 2...51 S ONLY
will study the unique 265.97
said Gov. Bob Graham. These groups
eliminate, of the 20 ga. 28" plain barrel modified choke. Reg. 265.97,now only
Floridians, we ultimately pay a local and statewide aspects problem 33.09 on a Vent-Rib 870 reg.
"As .....
high price for child abuse since abuseis and make recommendations for 12 ga. or 20 ga Plain Barrel 299.97. now only 266.88 2 ONLYMarlin

related to juvinile crime and other needed programs. I

social"People work problems., particular with" children professionalswho need to abuse The therapy victims teams provide and and education their intensive families.to treatment child Of- '- __ ;::;;Ei 336C30

suspected abuse so that we can ficials say the success rate for such .n,. ," uroiyuut..
report 6Jf/i.
bring the resources of the state to teams has been high and is improving,, c i'. Only, 30-30eFRifI I e.. .( ,f"&.,....
child and '.as thc- ju atiogoithe tubjecljIm c r .) ion?n .1, I IP.r; Wnibubtii
the ,2""lI'\
bear for protecting :. IT : save;: : .: :
treating the abuser, '.Graham said. proves.i :;'" :. .L :: sal. oM 19.99. : 39.98 Lever1 action, Keg":'196.88,, 3 tihly ",".p "'0"

Authority plans new projects \Cmlngtol& arid\llberRemington mington locking lugs.7400 fo silo Rifle new A now hard, improved reeds hitting faster bolt big mt m 7 wm 8 8

Stock sport a new checkering pattern, too.
'equipment purchase, employee .30-06 caliber. Reg.359.97 _

which The has Suwannee jurisdiction River over Authority Union and, salaries, and numerous other projects ................
all of which will be selected by
Bradford Counties, has an-
parts nounced of the Implementation of its the Board of County Commissionersof puck/p.a.ent 12 68.00 BuckShells
each county.
County Projects Program.The The Suwannee River Authority will
program, which was established hold its next regular! meeting on October t
the authority in July, is designed -
by 14 at 1:15: p.m.at the Lighthouse Remingt 2.47 Box of 5
to provide a source of funding for Reg.
Restaurant in Fanning Springs. '
various projects which will promotethe 39.99
beneficial use, enjoyment and, mon $ 8.47 save ,n' n6Ji
protection of the Suwannee,Santa fe, 5.57 2 19 "23'i r nl8Ji/ii1kf; 3 -9x Variable' 'RlfM Scop,*

and Withlacooche Rivers, their FLORIDATHEATRE Remington CUck/PheasantFleId Remington.30-06 Springfield Bulfets Always-centered, MX reticle. FieWoof
tributaries and the surrounding area. With 6shot. '2Qaugt2 .she'I. ISO or. soft-point-core-bkt. 20 rounds view 38' to 12' at 1 100 yds,lIflbl! 1j.
Counties eligible to participate in 25 per box. Reg. 8.97 per box. Reg 10 99 Reg 44 97MF" .nllia
the program include Union,Bradford, .
Columbia, Dixie Gilchrist, Baker, Starke 964.5451 Slier L. : Glenfield 6 Onhpq' Utw
Levy Madison, Hamilton and Kolpln Assorted I.,, '. rwiaa i. tK* li i/lOT19M

Alachua. Fri., Sat., Sun. R $11.99Gun "'f1 'n 8'1:1)8:
According to the Chairman of the i ego 22 Cal.'R".-69. a'l:1I2:

Authority William R. Slaughter II of 7110___ .I 't. r. dhs0

Live Oak, the Suwannee River 5 T Cases Riff'
Authority is funded on a matchingfund I vom
basis. 25 88 ', i D9

"Under the present law, a contributing N-I .H' ". $' .11
contirbute to Bushnell 4x Fixed Power Rifle Scope 99
county may up w
.. 54i
[Q} ..., I I "
$5,000 per year to the authority, .. arr.rl6thNnyd(1 I Field,of view 28' at 100 yds. ways. Sale. : i
Slaughter stated. "Every dollar con .w wr --- centered MX reticle. +74-1403.. Reg Sale
tributed by the counties is matched by .
three dollars from the state. For ex- ..
ample, if a county contributes $5,000, 301 DRIVE-IN
the state will contribute $15,000, Remington 22 Cal.Shells .

which generates a total of $20,000 for Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. 30-30 ShellsThunderbolts
the authority which in turn, benefitsthe 'L'I r

run."county even more in the long The comedy Box of 50 Reg. 6.67

Projects .R.,.. S.(7
Under the County program sleeperof
the Authority will make
available to each county a sum equalto the year. 99 3.99 597
twice its contribution to the / save 25% Sale

authority. Reg 1.37 Sale ( Gun Caps Choose Remington Marlin, GmouflageT-ShirtCamounagegrcen..
is sim decal. Reg 3.99 50%polyster/50%cotton.In sizes S-XL
"The concept really very 'P1R I Savage or Mossberg
ple." Slaughter said. "If a county will
contribute Sono to the Authority, the
Authority will make available $10,000for Mossberg 3 Only Model,600CKT Mossberg Model 600KTV

that county's use in funding one or 20 gauge 2$" c-tect Remington Model 581 12 gauge 28" c-tect choke'
which qualify under \ 1 HENRY WINKLER 22 Cal Bolt 119.97Saie
the more program.projects It's an opportunity for Plain Barrel Choke reg 176.97 m w/clp Reg vent rib rag 199.97'Shotgun '

the Authority to make positive and 3O0 Rifle
lasting contribution to the counties Plus Shotgun ,
and an opportunity for contributing ,
counties to double their money." Bill Murray in 1.35 1.99 $97
The program will provide
assistance in funding construction STRIPESGainesville 15697 Fluorescent Safety Vest, .orange, Sal 17697

projects repair and maintenance, one she fits ad. Sale'

Surgical Group AH Very DayArtifical FALL OVERSTOCK SALE

Allen Y. DeLaney, MJ.t A.C.S. Flowers Selected Items Cut 10%. 25% off

Alex M.C- Macgregor' M.D., F.A.C& 1/2 off reg. price Blazers, Coats, Sweaters, Dresses and Pants

announce the relocation of:their office Check all thru Ladies Wears, Men's Department and Children's Departments for these great fall vlngSTG&Ylamilyeellters .

effective the twenty-first day of September

nineteen, 'hundred and eighty two '

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October, 1982 Page SB

r. r. ,Tigers Make Debut at Busch GardensWith

ry tf the recent acquisition of three gift to President Dwight D. group's gene pool stronger and more
white Bengal tigers The Dark Conti- Eisenhower. viable. Also, the two females will produce
d'b"u4' nent, Busch Gardens, becomes one of A female descendant of Mohini anda two separate line of young,
I', only six zoos in the United States,and male white Bengal of unknown which later can be cross-mated for a
the only one in the Southeast to own ancestry (believed to be part of the healthier colony
display and breed this rare and Mohan's bloodline) eventually madea The Dark Continent's three new ad-
beautiful animal. home at the Cincinnati Zoo, foun- ditions are still adolescent and will
The three cats two full-blooded ding the largest dynasty of white not begin breeding until they have
white and one cross-bred yellow tiger tigers In the world eight males and reached the age of IB to 24 months.
with recessive white genes were five females. After a generation of about three-and-
recently obtained from the CincinnatiZoo One of these males and one femaleare a-half months, cubs will be born in litters
home of the world's largest on display at The Dark Continent, of three or four, though some litters
breeding colony of these tigers. With where they will establish a breeding contain as many as six young.
only 50 members of the eye-catching dynasty of their own. The two are lit
species existing in zoos throughoutthe ter mates born September 5, 19111, to
i world, they are counted among mother Sumita and father Bhim, both
the msot precious and captivating white in color. : : "
members of the worldwide zoo inventory They are joined on Claw Island by a / ri "rJiijM; _
hybrid, or heterogenous, yellow aw Jr ,
: The deep brown or charcoal colored female born July 6, 1981, to Bhim and : 'nllr'Hltln': :
I stripes on their milky coats and their Kamala, another hybrid yellow tiger. .. I .. : ..., ; ,
piercing blue eyes tell us white tigersare Genetic laws say when this female :
not truly albinos, bu a genetic mates with the white male, half of
variation of the more familiar yellow their offspring will be white and half
tiger. All of the white Bengals living will be yellow with the recessive
.p today are direct descendants of white trait. When the two white cats
r, fs Mohan, a young male of the species breed, all of their cubs will be white.
t captured in 1951 in Rewa, an Indian The yellow-colored female providesan
province the animals inhabit in the important means of preventing in-
breeding in The Dark Continent's col-
.. s fr ', wild.Mohan was mated with a wild-born ony of these rare animals.Because all
female, Begum, and produced 10 of the world's captive white tigers are
yellow-colored cubs with recessive related by blood, their constant
.Cl I white genes. Later paired with one of mating with direct relatives eventually -
t these "hybrid" offspring, Mohan could result in weakening of POLYPROPYLENECARPETS .; I
sired 14 cubs, 11 of which were white. bloodlines, with genetic defects or I
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cubs white unrelated yellow genes will make the
resulting were prized .
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manufacture of conventional
'c, In the late 1950s the ruler of Pressure Washing
Mohan's homeland, the Maharaja of carpets, and indoor-outdoor
4f't Rewa, began to donate some of Mobile Homes, carpets. All the layman really
Mohan's many young to a few promi- Houses Boats etc. needs to know about Polypropylene ,
iC' ,nent zoos across the world. Included is the fact that it is one of the
among these donations was Mohinl, a 473.4165 top fibers for carpets.Polypropylene .
: ef white female presented in 1960 to the is known for its

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Starke Florida 32091 now be seen at our.shop. Don't
Q hesitate. Come on by the store
and browse. We want you to be

These new, rare Bengal Tigers are making their new home on "Claw Island"Sheriff's 1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat satisfied.

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a Housing 801 s. water street Starke, Florida

5 The Florida Sheriffs Boy's Ranch died in 1970 Mrs. Tweed establishedthe other activities are planned for the remainder Opportunity Starke, FI| 32091 964-7423
C3 will celebrate its 25th Anniversary annual horsemanship award in his' of Saturday afternoon. and
October 14, 15, and 16. A full weekend memory. evening.The
C of activities has been planned and the Dedication ceremonies for a new Florida Sheriff's Boy's Ranch I .1
: Is invited. cottage for boys at the ranch will be Alumni Association will be holding its
g:::: public Saddle Clubs from North Florida held at the Tweed Gymnasium at 11a.m. annual reunion at the ranch in con-

ta 12 and other areas have been invited to ., Saturday with Lieutenant junction with "the 25th Anniversary.

a participate will in a almost riding competition continually Governor dedicatory Wayne address.Mixon deliveringthe celebration.An outdoor worship service will',be,1. ?' BUY A CHEVY GET
which run
3 S throughout the day on,Saturday andSunday. .-, The cottage is the ninth to be construtted held at the riding arena at *:30 a.mVSunday .. :.
.. at the ranch will be morning followed by 'a .. ,
300 horses and
5 R ,' riders"Riding, including Ranchers"More than-the'A will be Boyss
The Florida Sheriff's ,
Blackburn spent five terms in the a ;1
different class-
6 for trophies in several Florida and was one of of the Florida .Sheriff's .
Legislature program
23:; ed and open events with such" namesC "Pole the founders ofthe Boy's Ranch and Youth Fund, ia a residential group',' TICKET FOR TWO
as "Texas Barrel Weave,
: "Cloverleaf." was its first Executive Director. He is child care facility for dependent,
:: Bending" and the
g expected to be present at the dedica- neglected or homeless boys.
S3 A chicken Pilau dinner will be held The facility is located on County

3 C3 evening outdoors,and near a practice the arena event, Friday in the tion Following ceremonies.the dedication at the Road 795, appmx. nine miles north of WORTH UP TO$162800 !
gymnasium, there will be a ribbon Live Oak, Florida.
arena,has been scheduled for 6 p.m.
a at nearby Founded by the Florida Sheriff's
cutting ceremony .
The Official Riding Competition
S3 Association in 1957, the ranch has
.. begins at 8 a.m.25th: Saturday morning.Grand A bar-b-que Cottage.luncheon will be servedat served nearly 800 youngsters to date.It .
J At 10 a.m., Anniversary location beside the is one of three residential group
Marshall;Eddie Graham, well known Swannee a picturesque River from 12:30 to 1:30: child care programs operated by the
professional wrestler, promoter, Florida Sheriff's Youth Fund. The
I 'a: .long time supporter of the Boy's p.m. Saturday. Fund also the Florida ticket's worth
Ranch, accompanied Mrs. Suzanna Boy's Ranch buildings, including operates Here's how much your two round-trip
Sheriffs Girls Villa near Bartow,The
Tweed,''will enter the arena nin ''a th visitors}''poy's from cottages 1:30: .3:30:will p.m.be on open Saturday to- Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranch near flying from Jacksonville to Las Vegas $1628.OO
leading a
horsedrawn. wagon only. The riding competition will Clearwater, and a summer camping
cerimonial "Grand Entry"
proces- resume at 1:30 and continue till late program.The different programs are

-sion.will During"present the:the ceremony Carlton Mrs.F.:'Tweed Tweed Saturday Live music night., street dancing, and tary supported gifts. almost entirely. by volun- '82 Models in Stock include at Baldwin Chevy-

Boy's Memorial Suzanna'Rancher Horsemanshp-Tweed yet to is be the selected.Trophy widow to' of a -- Olds Fly and Save Big Too!

Carlton F. Tweed a consulting TheMeat
engineer ,Jrd rv,Chicago who later i
moved to MJam ..The Tweeds provided -
most of the funds for the construction Store
'of the,Boy's Ranch Gymnasium
w. h'1s dedicated and named fortheLt Choose one of 116 cities in 14 countries

!! in 1969. Whne Carlton Tweed 105 Edwards Road when you buy any of these selected Chevrolets!

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Graham 49 1 o -

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Fryers.Lb. J.
e The Superintendent of the Reception ..
and Medical Center in Lake ( ) CHEVETTE CITATION
C? Butler was among 11 state career ser
= vice employees honored at a luncheon

:-::' Sept.hosted 28 by, in Governor the Mansion.Bob Graham on ,Fryer Legs & Thighs .. .. .Lb.89 SAVE LUV TRUCK SAVE

James B. Godwin, a 33yearveteran -
I of the Department of Corrections 79c -. ,
Breast . . .Lb. SAVE
was honored by Governor Fryer a}: .. r. 'UJ' -
Godwin's department .aatasa .
Graham and ''
secretary at the Sixth Governor's USDA CHOICE $ i7anais; -
Employee Appreciation Luncheon. 229 ne

::s The.luncheon provided an oppor- Delmonico Steaks. . ...Each a-, C1 PICKUP|
= tunity for the Governor and agency S-10
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The luncheon, ,coordinated by the .
I ;
Department of Administration,' is CAMPS RED HOT f\f\ 0 ANDFLYParticipating
part of a series being held periodical BUY NOW

Sausage . . . : . r . Lb., -
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BOILED $175 to this This affect your vehicle cost so make your best deal
cs: State's primary reception center for 0 dealers contribute program.
all adult inmates and also supervises 9 9

the major prison hospital in the state. Ham. ..,,_, *. -. . ... .. ,>% Lb.
E system. He is charged with the daily
care of more than 2,000 inmates. FRESH c
Under this direct and personal supervision 8 9
I staff and inmates started and Beef Liver :. . . .. . .LI. .
completed consturction of 17,wooden 6USTAFSON 20 OZ LOAFS 0"
barracks in a 3O-day period.
: During the luncheon each Breads199'Dal
employee reveived a certificate sign- Milk tn jot xotiTH mom ed by Governor Graham and a personalized -
I booklet containing a letter 2/99 .. STARKE, FLORIDA ':
of commendation. The booklet also '
contains a short biography on each US 301 NORTH PHONE 9647500v
jj honoree.



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Obituaries .


sisters, Clemmie Bridges of Mon- In MemoryIn Cleveland A. DriggersMr.
Ernest U. WelhausenMr. Viola Brewton Ga. and Doyle Thomas of .
trose, ,
Dr. Edmund II. ShaferDr.
Cleveland A. Driggers
Funeral services for Mrs: Viola Ga. and brother Willis Memory of my sister, of
Ernest B. Welhausen, 73. of Augusta, ; one Starke died
Edmund Harold Shafer,of Burl- Brewton of 925 North St. (Saunders) Lathom, whose birthdaywas Cypress St..t Saturday
Maxville, died at his residence Sept. Starke, will Lord of Oconee. Ga, seven grand
%7. ing Way, Jacksonville Beach, died be held Saturday, Oct. 9 at 2 p.m., at children and 11 great-grandchildren Oct 5. Deceased May 26, 1980. Oct. 2, in Alachua General Hospital;
Saturday, Oct. 2, in St Vincent'sMedical Gainesville, following a long illness
New Bethel Church. Sinter Dearest,
He was a native of Maxville for the Rev.A.J also survive.
Center following a lengthy il- well childhood Born in Union County on Oct. 4,
Simmons, pastor, and Rev. Leroy I remember so our
where he
past sixty years, was a .
lness. 1904, Mr.Driggers was a lifelong resident
Davis will officiate. Burial will follow days, growing up together.Our -
member of First
the Maxville
Baptist Charles Hubert Croft
Born in Allentown, Penn., Dr. in Odfellow Cemetery under the happiness, Joy and tears we of the Starke area, and a':
Church. He was a retired carman Shafer moved to Jacksonville Beachin direction of Haile Funeral Home 802 Charles Hubert Croft, 70, of St. shared will remain with me forever.Oh member of the First United Methodist:.
Jacksonville with S.C.L. Railroad in 1975 from the 1961 from Hampton.He N. Oak St., Starke. Petersburg, died Thursday night in how I miss you but you will Church of Starke. He was a retired ac',
yards. was a retired Neurosurgeon at Survivors include her husband, the St. Anthony Hospital after a brief never know how lonely I feel without countant with the Florida State!
Survivors include his wife
Mrs. Bellevue Hospital in New York City, illness. loved Prison and the former Torode:
Joseph Brewton, of Starke 3 you for I you so.There's
Leah Griffis .
Welhausen of Maxville ;
; and a graduate of Columbia University. daughters, Mrs. Ollie Mae Albert of Mr.Croft was born In Kentucky and times I want to reach out Chevrolet .
three sons Lacy E. Welhausen, Dr. Shafer live 30 years In Ger- Titusville Mrs. Imogene Sewell of was employed as a bookkeeper for a and touch you for you seem so near. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs.
W. Welhausen and G. ; ,
Henry Gary many and along with his father founded Starke and Mrs. Nancy Ann Tobler mining company and later a But only In spirit can I talk to you, Amelia Cooper Driggers; a brother,:
Welhausen, all of Maxville; two the German Farben Industries.Dr. of Green Cove Springs. salesman. He has lived in St. dear. J.E. Driggers of Jacksonville; two
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Harris and Mrs. Shafer, the Inventor of Shafer's Petersburg for the last 12 years. He I'm so thankful we had those last sisters, Mrs. Mable Magill of,
Dora North of Maxville, and two Mineral Bath and Shafer's Animal was a member of the First Baptist grandchildren. Skin Cream, was a World War II Church of McMinniville, Tenn. Those memories are In my heart to Hanners of Miami; and a sister-in-
Funeral services were held in the Navy Veteran and a member of the Survivors include his wife, Mrs. treasure forever. law, Mrs. Ruby Cooper of Monticello,
Maxville First Baptist Church, Sept. Hampton Baptist Church. He had Ruby Edwards Croft, of St. Someday I pray that we will meet Ky.
29 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Bill Hendricksand also worked in a leper colony in India, Wilson L. Rowan, Sr. Petersburg; two daughters, Kathryn again, where there will be no more Funeral services were held at 2p.m.
Rev. R.T. Williams officiating. prior to World War II. Sadler, of Frankfort, Ky., and Sara parting, no sorrow, no pain. Monday Oct. 4, in the DeWitt C.
Casket bearers were J.D. Padgett, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Wilson Lee Rowan, Sr., 48, of Jane Croft of New York City; one son, We all miss you Jones Chapel, with Rev. Leamon
Lewis Conner, L.H. McPherson, Mary "Betty" Durling Shafer of Starke, died Sunday morning at Brad- Jimmy Croft, of Nashville, Tenn.; Sister Genevieve Solano Ward officiating. Burial will be in
James Griffis. A.C. (Bob) McClung, Jacksonville Beach. ford County Hospital following a bried five brothers, Edward Croft, of Hud- Your mother, your daughter, Monticello, Ky. with Jones Funeral
and Raymond Prather. Graveside funeral services were illness. Born and raised in Georgia, son, Fla.; Billeof Croft,of Greenville, Rose Marie Vivian" Bobbie Home of Starke in charge of local ar-
Honorary pallbearers were Rev held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5, in Mr. Rowan moved to Jacksonville Ky.; Thomas Croft, of Louisville, rangements.
Lester Taggart, Rev. George Wilkinson Santa Fe Cemetery, near Hampton, where he was employed by Southern Ky.; Bobby Croft, of Central City,
Rev. Melvin Watson, Lloyd with Rev.Dan Richardson officiating. Bell Telephone Company, until ill Ky.; and Martin Croft,of Vero Beach,
Wilkerson, Randolph Crosby, D.B. Jones Funeral Home of Starke was in health forced his retirement. He was Fla.; two sisters, Dorothy Tribble, of .
Griffis, and L.E. Chilson. charge of arrangements.In a veteran and moved to Starke three Louisville, and Alice Mansfield, of St.
Interment was in the family plot in lieu of flowers, contributionsmay 'years ago.Survivors. Louis, eight grandchildren and 2
Long Branch Cemetery near Max be made to the American Cancer Include his wife,Mrs. An- great-grandchildren. 4 Starke Family Planning Clinic
ville. Fraser Funeral Home was in Society. nie Rowan of Starke;two sons,Wilson Funeral services were held Sunday,.
charge of arrangements. Lee Rowan, Jr. of Starke and Lee Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. at the New River Bap- Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)
Moyer of Charleston, S.C.; two tist Church of Brooker Fla., with
Verna Louise Johnson daughters, Mrs. Joy Mclrnary of Rev. Edwin Edwards and Rev.James & VasectomiesNo
Alma Estell Dyal Saxon DemorestMrs. ;Jacksonville and Mrs. Debbie Kidderof Countryman officiating. Burial
Verna Louise Johnson Charleston, S.C.; his mother, Mrs. followed in New River Cemetery Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed.
Mrs. Alma Estell Dyal Saxon,78, of Demorest 81, of Wesley Manor 'Mattie Rowan of Valdosta Ga.; three under the direction of Archer Funeral
Gainesville, died Saturday, Oct. 2, at Retirement Village in Jacksonville, brothers; three sisters and had three Home of Lake Butler. 964-6500
Alachua General Hospital in died Wednesday night,Sept.29,at her grandchildren.
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Gainesville following an extended il- residence, following a lengthy illness. Services were held Wednesday II!" I .. -- ... ..:.. .. _-.a .., ,.",
lness. Born in Americus, Ga., on Nov. 8, morning at 11 a.m. at the First
Born and raised in Bradford Coun- 1900,Mrs. Demorest moved to Wesley Presbyterian Church of Starke with r rr2Nellie's
ty, Mrs. Saxon was the daughter of Manor in 1976, from Starke where she Rev. Cliff McLeod, Jr. officiating.
the late Thomas and Idella Druden had previously lived for 50 yeras. Graveside services were conducted at World of
Dyal, former pioneer residents of She retired after 25 years service as 2:00: P.M. at Holly Hill Memorial
Bradford County. She was retired a school teacher and elementary Park in Middleburg with Archie Tan- Hair Fashions
from Sunland Training Center where superviser for Bradford County. ner Funeral Home of Starke in chargeof
she worked as a cottage parent. Mrs. Demorest was a former arrangements. 213 E. Call St.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs. member of the Starke Women's Club,
Sam White of Hartford, Kentucky and graduated from the University of Downtown Starke
several nieces and nephews. Florida, and was presently a memberof }
Graveside services will be held the First United Methodist Church. Tommie Lord : ii' October Special t
Thursday, Oct.7,at 11:00: a.m. in San- Survivors Include her daughter,
ta Fe Cemetery with Rev. Robert Mrs. Oma Shupe of Merritt Island, Tommie Lord, 85, of Lulu, died Friday __
Gillis officiating. Archie tanner Fla.; a brother, Ottie P. Johnson of Oct. 1 in Gainesville Hospital.A SHAMPOO & SET .. FREE CONDITION -- $8.00
Funeral Home of Starke is in charge Columbus, Ga.; three grandchildren, native of Washington County,
of arrangements. and one nephew. Ga., Mr. Lord had made his home in Perms $30 % off .. Reg. $25.00 .. Now $17.50 (virgin hair 1st time)
Memorial funeral services were Lulu since 1926. He was a retired
held at 12 noon, Friday, Oct. 1, in the farmer and a member of the Churchof
code is this week for children's special
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rr nr nnr nnnr Starke, with Rev. Warren Langer, Survivors include his wife, Oudia
pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Lord of Lulu; two sons, Russell Lord PHONE 964-4556 for Appts. Register for Free Prize Now in process Walk-ins Welcome
Crosby Lake Cemetery at a later of Orlando, and Curtis Lord of Ft.
date. Jones Funeral Home of Starkewas Walton Beach Fla.; one daughter,
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Farmers urged to learn more


about "conservation tillage"Jim

Faulkner, board chairman of damage from high veiosity) winds and
the Bradford Soil and Water Conser, heavy. rainfall that-would otherwise tjc
vation District urges area farmers to dislodge and wash away soil par-
learn more about the "conservation .titles. It hai Been estimated that half*8
tillage system" \vhi h has been of our nation's topsoil has been lost to '
described as perhaps the most revolu- erosion during this century due to use
tionary and effective soil conserva- of the moldboard plow. if' ,
tion practice adopted in this century. "Considering the uneven distribu- r r
Conservation tillage is the name applied tion and high intensity of winds and
to the practice of planting rainfall on the light soils of Florida,
without clearing the land of plant the benefits derived from not plowingthe "',
residue left by crops that have ground become even greater," according PHASE,
already been harvested. According to to the SCS report. "With con- TWO
the SCS, the method is especially ap- servation tillage, surface water
plicable to row crops (corn and soy- evaporation is decreased and infiltra- '.
beans) planted on large acreages tion of water Into the root zone of ., '
where erosion from wind and rain is crops is increased. Not only is more '" J
most apt to occur. According to SCS water made available, but more
studies,it costs approximately$3 less water can be stored for use by crops
per acre to farm DV this method than since conservation tillage raises the I"'I
by the traditional moldboard plow low soil-water storage capacity of our
system which has been in use for so sandy soils," the SCS added.
many years. And the reduction in soil Recent agricultural studies com- oi
erosion under conservation tillage is paring clean-cultivated row crops to
described by the SCS as phenomenal minimum or no-till crops reveal that
from 50 to 90 percent.In the latter also puts the farmer aheadin
an article headed "The Disap- net income. A conservation tillage
pearing Land," Newsweek magazinesaid system reduces the number of
recently that up to half of the na necessary trips across a field from
tion's topsoil lost to erosion during four or five to lust one,thereby saving
this century can be attributed to the energy and lowering the costs of
moldboard plow, first introduced in labor, machinery maintenance, and
1833. This conventional method of fuel.
plowing leaves the topsoil in deep,
straight furrows, where it is "The most dramatic difference,
vulnerable to the ravages of wind and however, is in tons of soil lost per WED.-THURS-FRI.-SAT. & SUN. OCT. 6-10
rain. acre," the SCS report states. "With ,
According to the results of SCS conservation tillage, annual soil
research and practical application on losses can be decreased by as muchas
the farm, it has been proved that ifplant five times."
debris from the previous crop is This year there are nearly 100 SEARS AND 50 NEW STORES
left on the ground, thus reducing or million acres of minimum-till and
eliminating tillage (plowing),erosioncan more than 10 million acres of no-till
be greatly reduced. The remain- farmland across the country three
Ing blanket of roots, husks, leaves, times the acreage for both practices
stalks, and stems minimizes the compared to ten years ago.

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Bond for the charge of aggravated Starke Man ArrestedFor Early Teal Season
In Circuit Court Arnold S. George was cited for hav- Duck hunters will have an excellent
Briefs From The OfficeOf battery was set at $1,000 on each of ing no valid driver's license and Shooting Woman to harvest teal and wood

The State AttorneySince Steve Allen Miller was found guiltyof the own men.recognizance.The They were. released on their Steven Alan Brown was cited for William DeSue was arrested Oct. 2 opportunity ducks during the early season, according -
a lesser included offense of robbery craeless driving In an October 1 acci- the
September 15 activity in the without in Brad investigation is continuing according dent at SR-16 and and charged with aggravated battery to wildlife biologists for
a dangerous weapon US-301. Fish
office of the state attorney at the ford County Circuit Court Sept. 29. to Patrolman W. W. Wilkin George of Starke driving a 1975 with a deadly weapon after he Florida Game and Fresh Water
alledgedly shot Pincy DeSue in his Commission.
: Bradford County Courthouse is as Miller, 21, of High Springs was Harley Davidson motorbike was
son.Speed home on Grand St. in Starke; The early duck season which runs
released from the county
there were twenty-five new was
follows '
; with attempted southbound
charged kidnapping on US-301 at 8:14
p.m. is
the victim from 25 through Sept. 29 an
Following an argument Sept.
and/or felony defendants jail 2 on his own recognizance.
I individual cases sexual battery by use of force, rob- Sept. Brown of Hampton driving a 1977 designed
office was shot in the right arm by a experimental season
I sent to the office for prosecu- and According to the state attorney's
while armed with
bery a weapon Chevrolet attempted to make a left of teal and
according to for the taking
shotgun primarily
tion. Felony Informations were filed assault with a deadly the Bradford County worthless turn onto SR-16
i aggravated have pulling into the path of Patrolman Jerry Miller. wood ducks. However, the four duck
checks charges against Speed
10 cases. incident at the
I on weapon following an George.
taken Rescueto allows hutnes to take one
DeSue was by limit
I The court or the state attorney Cove Apartments December 271981. .been dropped. Damage to the motor bike was$500. Pincy Bradford County Hospital and later other than teal or wood duck.
I dismissed 9 cases. One person was Randy Lee Gentry 25, of Starke Traffic AccidentsIn There was no reported damage to the flown by STAT-Flight to Galnseville Hunters gunning lakes Lochloosa
placed on probation. Three people Miller had threatened him Chevrolet
I alledged according to Patrolman for treatment. and Orange will be required to use
were allowed to plead guilty. with a knife in Gentry's apartmentthen Starke Area Ricky Bennett. I
I Bond was set at $5,000 and William steel shot in all guages.
trials during
, There were three jury tried to make him leave with him
cited his Non-toxic steel shot has no effect on
DeSue on own
weeks of September. Bob L.Montford of Starke was was
i last two
the in Miller alledgedly
Gentry's car. 28 (in an waterfowl when ingested by feeding
Sept. recognizance.
I for backing
misdemeanor cases! improper
Thirty-nine tried to force Gentry to take part in a lead shot
Starke. whereas ingested
of ducks
i were received and informations were sexual act then took money, a watch accident two miles east of the duck and
Pontiac lead to poisoning
[ filed on 30 cases. Fifteen prior cases and ring from the apartment.After Montford. driving a 1969 may
I backed from his driveway onto SE 8th ultimately death.
I were dismissed. Four people plead jury deliberation they found
I guilty.Sixtyseven. the defendent guilty on count three of Avenue into the path of a pickup
according to
I new traffic criminal the lesser charge. which was westbound ...
. cases were received during the last 15 Judge Bobby L. Kirby ordered a Trooper D. C. Roberts. Chevrolet '. YOU ARE INVITED TO A
days of September. Fourteen guilty pre-sentence investigation on Miller. Damage to the 1980 of ,H.
pleas were accepted and six prior Assistant State Attorney Mack pickup driven by Betty G. Glisson
cases were dismissed. Futch represented the state and Starke was 1000. Damage to the ..,
Nine new juvenile cases were Public Defender Rick Replogle Pontiac was$500. ; : FREE FISH FRY
received since the 15th of the month represented Miller.
Wells, 27, of
and one prior case was dismissed.Petitions Margaret Hughes
were filed on two cases and Keystone Heights was cited for violation I'
three cases received non-judicial ap- of right-of-way in an accident by
proval by the state attorney according Sept. 30 in Starke.
Wiley Clark. Wells,driving a 1972 Pontiac. drove
to Investigator Speed StabbedIn
into the path of a Chevrolet which was STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Starke traveling east on Weldon St.
The 1974 Chevrolet driven by Em-
Three men were arrested for the .
received $500
: Gainey Arrested stabbing of Carl Speed Sept. 30 in mett Adam Watkins to the Pontiac was

: For Failure To Appear Starke. Speed was cut and struck damage.according Damage to Captain Scotty
several times during the early morning GEORGE CRADYIn
: Ricky E. Gainey,25, of Starke turned hours. Rhoden. .
himself into the Bradford County Following a phone call stating Suzette Theresa Rodrique, 19, of
{sheriff s Department October 2 after Speed!' had been cut and was perhaps Starke was heading south in the Brad Catered
issued for his arrest authorities found Speed walk-
;a warrant was dying ford Square Shopping Center parkinglot
'following his failure to appear in ing on Westmoreland St. Speed said when a 1975 Oldsmobile pulled in by
court Sept. 27. Michael Hilliard and two friends had her path. Rodrique, driving a 1980 Appreciation
r Gainey was scheduled for trial jumped on him and beat him up.They Chevrolet, struck the Oldsmobile in YuleeVolunteer
Sept.: 28 on the charge of robbery also cut him in the left hand right the left side. for
Awhile armed with a firearm. Appearing arm and kicked him in the face. The Oldsmobile driven by Rosa
before Judge Wayne M. Carlisle, Rescue 60 took Speed to Bradford Smith Denard of Orlando received FireTallahassee
fGainey changed his plea to guilty on County Hospital and later transportedhim $800 damage in the October 3 acci- Me to
:the charge of robbery. The state will to Alachua General Hospital in dent. Damage to the Chevrolet was DepartmentReturning
not file on the failure to appear Gainesville where he underwent $1,200 according to Lt. Lane Sibley.
;charge according to Assistant State surgery on his hand. Rescue 60 responded to the accident at
[Attorney Elwell. Milliard, 23, of Starke was arrestedand Denard was taken to Bradford As Your
t Gainey will be sentenced followinga charged with aggravated bat- County Hospital where she was i Hutson Lake
; pre-sentence investigation. He re- tery. Also arrested was Adam Rosier treated and released., Representative ...
:mains in the Bradford County jail. and Bobby Odom, both 20 of Starke.

Bring The Kids!

Bowman guilty of marijuana possessionBrian In Nassau County 2 Miles South of Yulee on US 17

June 26 Bowman was involved in an laws. In addition Bowman is to pay
Charles Bowman of cannibas charged accident when his vehicle crossed the $100 court costs and attend DWI October 9 1-5 PMMTU
with possession center-line and struck another vehicle school. Saturday
while under .
(marijuana) and driving he was arrested and charged at Bowman was represented by Attorney KM
the influence, was found guilty that time. Dudley Hardy. The state was 'AIIII'OlADV
possession by a jury in Bradford For the guilty verdict of possession represented by Assistant State At-
County Court October 1. Bowman was placed on six months torney Vince Patrucco.
Bowman 21, of Lawtey was foundnotguilty
of the charge of driving court probation by Judge George
Pierce and instructed to violate no
while under the influence. SAVE yy/T


i I 1982-83 Dive Ii Q.wbegW.S h .ej) tobej. WEEK TOND t'lLiI i I

One 01, the most often overlooked have put all their birds _in n one spot''
The 1982-83 mourning and white- regulations that is of particular importance Goodson said. "Our advice to any
winged dove season begins at noon on to dove hunters is that it is illegal dove hunter is not to hold store or 0
Saturday Oct. 2 and dove hunters for two or more hunters to place transport the birds of another hunterin
whould do well to know more than just their daily bag limit in one commons any manner unless all these birds
the shooting hours and season dates.Lt. t, like an ice chest unless each are properly tagged."
Col. Brantley Goodson directorof bird is tagged with the hunter's name Another frequently overlooked lTJeEEF
the Divison of Law Enforcementfor and the date it was taken. regulation is the one prohibiting
the Game and Fresh Water Fish "Law enforcement personnel havea shooting doves over a' baited field, I
Commission reminds hunters to difficult time determining if a particular often because hunters are unawarethe I PEOP 1'
adhere to state and federal regula- hunter is within the daily bag field in which they are hunting has
tions on migratory, game bird hun- limit when a group of his companions been baited.


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GrandJurylndicts Three, Inmate Stano Admits To More Murders

had been stabbed lit times. Arcenaux was found near a Keystone landfill in cook from Ormond Beach has also identified him and he was arrested.SimUaritites wounds.
re-arrested and returned to Bradford in the stab
The Bradford County Grand Jury of Silver Spring, Md. was stabbed five April, 1974. Bauer, 17 of New Smyrna been implicated in 11 murders in that the body of a
County jail Oct. 4. found on
returned three murder could with those
first-degree he
Authorities believe
Beach last 1973 in area.
\ times. was seen Sept. 6, a
Inmate Stano, 30, is currently servo found several weeks earlier
indictments the 1973
Sept. 28 for Hill become the deadliest mass murdererin woman
I murder,of a Volusia County girl and ing three-consecutive life terms for assaulted.Neither girl had been.' sexually Holly,The first shopping clues in the Bauer murder the country, if all of his confessionsare were noticed by the authorities and
the 1982 murder of a FSP Inmate,both the slaying of three girls in the vertified.At the Investigation began Into several
after Stano sentenced for
came was
The girls apparently tran-
and recently confessed were' confessedto
In Bradford County. Volusia County area time Stano has confessed to murders in that area. Stano
sients who earned pocket sell- the Volusia murders and authorities this
to as as 25 additional money and also to a series
M. Carlisle openedthe many to 35 those murders
Judge Wayne 25
ing flowers on the street corners. It noticed the similarities with the local authorities as many as around
murders. centered a
sealed orders Oct. 4 of murders that
Monday, took the police a week to learn the victims Bauer murder Stano was questionedand murders in Florida.
Stano has admitted to two 1973 of Dale Highway in Tam-
\ naming Gerald Eugene Stano and co- strip Mabry
Identities. Three months after confessed to the 1973 murder in
defendent Edmond John Hoehn in the murders in Gainesville. Ann that he'had The bodies of six whmen were
told police pa.
Arcenaux, 17 and Janine Ligotino, 19, the murders, State Attorney Gene August of this year. Stano reportedly of the area
1973 murder of Barbara Ann Bauer. found in different spots
killed four to six women a year
of According to Don Denton
Whitworth said that the absence Investigator -
left in
stabbed and an
were brutally disappearedfrom
FSP Inmate Fernando Quintana was since 1969. He was first arrested in after they mysteriously
clue from street sources indicated Stano is giving details of the
lumberfield the 1000 any
abandoned near an41977.
the murder of fellow inmate of that area between 1975
named in murders the "murderer" could April, 1980 for a non-fatal stabbing
the killings had been done by only
Jerome Matthew Harold block of Waldo Road in Gainesville. Stano Hoehn is only implicated in the
know. a Daytona prostitute.
with ties Gainesville.The
Their bodies found March 21, someone no
Hoehn, 29, of Daytona Beach had' 1973. Ligotino were of Clintondale, N. Y. body of Barbara Ann Bauer Stan former. motel clerk and tried to rut her. she cot away and Bauer murder.
been released on a$50,000 surety bond.. ,4

BatteryCalvin --.-----. -------------
I Henley Guilty of Aggravated I I '

Henley was found guilty of Dorr was cut on the fare and body Judge Bobby Kirby ordered Henleyto Henley will be sentenced by Judge I
aggravated battery in circuit court before he realized Henley had a knife. the Bradford County jail where he Kirby within the next two weeks. i ,
five and will remain (without bond) until he is Elwell is recommending the max- !
October 1 by a jury women Dorr was taken to Bradford County sentenced. imun sentence and maximum fine for 1!
one man.
Hospital by his friend where he spent Representing the state was Assis- Henley due to the seriousness of the
I '
offense, the victim required 120 stitches
Henley, 25, of Starke was charged 14 hours on the operating table having tant State Attorney Tom Elwell. -\
as a result of being cut by I
his cuts stitched. Public Defender Rick Replogle "
with the knifing of Darrell Dorr at the -
Henley. "We are extremely pleasedand
the defendent. I ;
Holiday Inn parking lot February 10,
While the cut on his face was readily Henley has had six previous convic- satisfied, the jury returned the I 1
1982.Don and a friend had gone to I
and fair verdict. We this will
lounge for a drink on that evening and visible Dorr was asked to remove tions, according to Elwell, three for just hope II
had been advised to leave (by a his coat, tie and shirt while on the robbery in Georgia, one for grand serve as notice that this type of con- Ii I .'
show the his larceny-auto and one for also duct will not be tolerated nor permitted. i
waitress) before trouble started afterDorr's witness stand to scars on escape
This is serious where
in Georgia. Henley also has a Florida a very case
body to the jury.
friend had danced with
a girl I
victim could have died resultof
After a brief deliberation the jury conviction for breaking and enteringand the as a II
who was seated at Henley's table.
the he received at the handsof I
knifing II
of a misdemeanor conviction of
On the way to their car Dorr was came back with a verdict guilty as Henley," said Elwell.
stopped by Henley and a fight started. charged. tery. I

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I Two Keystone Men Plead Not-Guilty In Pot FarmingTwo i I I

and the property and apparently occupiedby I
property of marijuana plants !
Keystone Heights men arrested marijuana and possession of drug residue left by growers in their at- families of the defendants.The I

last week when a sophisticated paraphernalia. tempt to destroy the evidence, and property surrounded by an I llJ"
to Burnett the first
According ,
pot farming operation was uncoveredby collecting already bagged marijuanaand electrified fence and protected by
the Clay County Sheriff's Depart- degree felony charge carries a man- sensemilla ready for street sale, several watch dogs, also contained a I L\
datory three year sentence, up to 30 Starke Florida
ment, plead not guilty to felony a$150,000to$175O00estimate was put curing barn. I
charges Tuesday at their arraign- years, plus a $25,000 fine. on its street value by the Sheriff's This operation was described by theSheriff's I 1517 Bessent Road 964-6300
The defendants in the both
ment before Circuit Judge Lamar case Department as one of the
Winegeart and trial date was set for presently out on bond, will be defended Department.Deputies felt that between the time most sophisticated operations in I

the week of December 13. by Jacksonville attorney Raymond suspects became suspicious of Clay's history. I

Norman Lee Wester, 37, and James Macowski. discovery and the time it took to
Conway Dennison, 35, were each The arrest of Wester and Dennison secure proper search warrants, an Sensemillia, a more potent productof
charged with trafficing in cannibus resulted from the discovery of a undetermined amount of marijuanawas the female marijuana plant and : Eighth AnnualNeedlework

over 100 pounds, which, according to 10-acre pot farming operation located harvested and hauled away from one not commonly farmed in North
the state prosecuting attorney Mark approximately one mile east of C-214 site. Florida pot fields, was also found in
Burnett, is a first degree felony. just north of SR-i. It was spotted bya the In addition to the marijuana seized the operation. According to in- Show

When first arrested on Wednesday, routine aerial reconnaissance by the Department, several vehicles vestigators, sensemillia will bring 4-5 :
Sept.22, they were each originally operation conducted by the Sheriff'sDepartment. were also seized, one of which was times more then the common mari-
charged by the Sheriff's Departmentwith discovered to be stolen. juana and is estimated to sell from I
of over 20 of After several days of clearing the $1,800 to$2,000 a pound
possession grams Two mohii hom wore located on Oct. 7 thru 10, 1982


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I FSP Inmate IndictedBradford New Additions Homes ((904)473-4961 Entries of:

mate Jerome Matthew Harold, to Remodeling Knitting Crocheting Embroidery
County Grand Jury death July 14 in the V-wing. Harold, PRESSURR WASHING PAINTING
returned a first-degree murder Indict- 25, a black male from Duval County, Counted Thread Latch Hook Etc.
ment naming Florida State Prison inmate was serving a life sentence for 2nd KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC.
Fernando Quintana for the stab-
bing of another inmate July 14. Quintana, 32, is serving a life Everyone is invited
The indictment which was issed .
sentence from Dade County which .
Sept. 28 was unsealed Monday by Circuit has a 25-year mandatory sentence. ROOFING INSULATIONJim ,
Court Judge Wayne M. Carlisle. 440 Lawrence Blvd.
Quintana also is serving time for Powell
Quintana alledgedly stabbed in Keystone Hgts.,Fl 326RA ..,.. .,....,.. _
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These Pen and Ink Drawings Were One of the Featured Atractions I

0 II Large Crowd Enjoys Melrose Art Show .,

Over 100 exhibitors displayed their noon was enjoyed by many. Howard dedicate the festival was
arts and crafts during the 10th annual Wallace, Jr served as Master of Cer- to the metnory of Rose
England who died Sept. 14 who,
Melrose Arts and Crafts Festival held monies. Contributing their talents to
before her sudden death, active -
was very
the Melrose Com- the occasion were Elisa Neale and
last Saturday
in getting the festival lined up
munity, School grounds and in the Monica Densmore, flutists; Tresa '
Buz, Lynn Pate, Angie William, and organized.
gymnasium.Although the weatherman had vocalists; and Chuck Champion, ban- Jane Driscoll, chairman of the ____
predicted rain, it held off throughoutthe jo player.A event, Elizabeth Neale, entertain- 4 ; tk
demonstration of Rhythmic ment chairman and other members of 1 ;
day and the overcast sky con- the committee were commended for ;g
tributed to one of the area's cooler Aerobics by instructors Ann ;
their efforts in organizing the
Pat Sutter, Georgia McFadden
days making it a more pleasant day
Also recognized for their contributionto
for outdoor exhibitors and viewers.A and Dana Batts, was also enjoyed.A '
members of the
the event were
dance was
steady stream of visitors browsed square
conducted by the Starlite Twirlers of Parents-Teachers OrganizationPTO
through the displays with many pur-for Gainesville with R.J. Hogan as the ( ). school Principal Douglas .
chasing early Christmas gifts Folk Grant and his faculty and staff.
caller.The Florida
Bothers and artistic or useful items for
Members of the Melrose Action
Dancers from the University of
themselves.A Florida, under the direction of Dr. Committee are looking forward to an
variety of entertainment even bigger and better festival next ,
throughout the morning and after- Motley Deacon was also enjoyed. year.

II Our Men In The ServiceMikel

Included in 'their studies were sion in the North Atlantic Ocean,,
Rowe in Army seamanship, close order drill Naval Baltic and Norwegian Sea areas. ,
Reforger Exercise history and first aid. Personnel who More than 160 ships and 250 aircraft
Army Spec. 4 Mike L. Rowe, son of complete this course of instructionare from the U.S.,Belgium,Canada,Denmark -.
Doris and James L. Rowe of Lawtey, eligible for three hours of college Germany, the Netherlands, The Festival Offered Something for All AgesSOLID
U.S. Education and Norway, Portugal and the ,
is one of more than 100,000 credit in Physical
soldiers and airmen participating in Hygiene. Kingdom participated. The am
REFORGER, or phibious exercises also included more .
the U.S. Army e
and the than 5,000 people in various ground ,7c
return of forces to Germany ,
l U.S. Air Force Crested Cab exercisesIn Kirk Hunsinger CompletesTwo forces. t
Germany and Europe. NATO Exercises Navyman Charles DavisReceives'

U.S.service members in Europe,as Marine Sgt. Kirk Hunsinger son.of, ,Rank Promo,..' "-,,
well as those from the United States, D. Huns
Roderick G. and
join their NATO partners in ground inger of Starke, recently participatedin tion, M! 3W1E .' '
exercises centering on central West two major NATO exercises, Navy Ensign Charles W. r); avis,son ,
I,I Germany east of the Rhine River. "Northern Wedding-82," and "Bold of Ellen M. White of Starke, has been '
The joint exercises are designed to Guard-82." commissioned in his present rank'
demonstrate U.S. capabilities to reinforce He is a member of 8th Communication upon graduation from Officer Can- ALE
Europe with NATO-committed Battalion, Camp Lejeune, N.C. didate School ( ground and air units in a crisis situa- "Northern Wedding" was con- OCS, located at the Naval Educa-
tion.Rowe ducted in Denmark and "Bold tion and Training Center, Newport, COMFORT
is a communications Guard" in West Germany. Both exer- R.I., is designed to prepare students ', ..
specialist with the 6th Signal Command cises were designed to test the capacity -. to assume the duties ,and respon-
t: in Darmstadt West Germany. of alliance forces to resist aggres- sibilities of commissioned officers. KL with

rat; r--
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Clarence Gibson Finishes
Two Marine Programs Jeremiah Fox t/112/

Marine Lance Cpl.Clarence P.Gib- 1\1'3"1 .. __ ,-
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Music -
Gibson Good
son, ton of Mr. and Mrs/QvR. Dancing I II -
of Lawtey, recently participated In .. ea I : (I I HARDWOOD ROCKERS
WG ', major NATO exercises SOLID
'Nd1'heo) "Wedding--82. and' 1S OAK( I '-
uard-'B2." -. ,,
He is*'a member of 1st Squadron, 9 to 5 ADULT SIZE f
,10th Marines,4th Marine Amphibious O j SALE PRICE
Brigade, Camp Lejeune, N.C. FITS ALL! -
\, ,,"Northern Wedding" was conducted Fri. & Sat. $19',95! I ,
In Denmark and"Bold Guard"V A Only S29.751! _
V ,West Germany. Both exercises FOR or
.Were designed to test the capacity of FIVE FOOT SWING!
alliance forces to resist aggression in II 1
"" Baltic and 1 .x15"'
e North Atlantic Ocean Unfinished Fully
rwtiglan: Sea areas. I. E contoured seat -
than 160 ships and 250 aircraft -I. ,
rom n ,the U.S.,BelgIum, Canada,Den- 1983's are in stock : Real sturdy for
Netherlands : long lasting
mark':$.Germany, the
;;; .
.Nirw3y, Portugal and the United comfort
participated. The am- and fun toolCHILDREN'S
Kingdom included more Chadwickby ,
phibious exercises also See our
L f:than.5,000 people in various ground

r forces-i with galvanized chains and '
Complete SIZE
Fleetwood i' hooks and a comfortable contoured --
I seat. Natural lacquer.finish, toot FITS JUST RIGHTI!

Marine Pfc. Hunter \ lust tl II of y M, III Just $9.951!

Reports Marine Pfc for,Duty Hunter G. Rauhofer, Several units 'in stock I I riyA for a'ttfn'' in1 _. :. -- --

Warren E. Rauhofer of Starke,
son of
has reported for duty with 2nd Marine with firepl"'cesPayments
Marine Corps Air Sta- -
Aircraft Wing, -
tion Cherry Point, N.C. on 1983's SOLID WOOD PLANT STANDS _

BONUS: Provide comfort for your plants,
And look good doing Ill With several' _
Baldwin Completes tool
Naval David Recruit Training start as low as of these fine solid hardwood plant stands.

Navy Airman David L. Baldwin, has, CHOOSE FROM .ALL GREAT VALUESI! .
son of Betty Baldwin of Starke 3 SIZES TO
recruit training at the 141.85
Naval completed Training Center, Orlando, Fla. per month 2-shelf Sale Price $3.95

During the eight-week training cycle 5-shelf Sale Price $9.95
trainees studied general military ., Sale Price $11.95
subjects further designed academic to prepare and on-the-Job them for Large ,selection of 7-shelf -

in of the Navy's 83 basic Fully finished warm natural color sturdy -
training one -
and keep .
fields. off special plants -
occupational show your
: Do.u.blewides them safe, tool Beautiful!

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Several Used,& Repr'os, Last.
Good While Supplies
,to, select from Sorry, No flajnc/iecfcs/{ Prices



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Traffic deaths .(decrease first seven'month's: I\ A'v"iil';+If",(, ,! _-. '\':!''' '. :d '. ":' .IY" ,; ;'>;, :.:,:: FOR SALE "f,' ?i';
"" 1 "< FORRENT' FOR ALE ; ;>
-v I I' ,: REAL'ESTATE (': ,"':' PERSONAL '
Traffic deaths and injuries have to date last year a decrease of 6,877 be submitted to the '" ,..., \I. TVPIW.lnU AND ADDING 1/AUYtFUI >3> BEDROOM, I Bulk plant, all equlpmfltj
tlvrlined during the first seven months injuries under the 1981 figure. lake Region Monitor officeIn MACHINES tORRENT YARD SALIi lATH CB/...w?: HOME) end lama 'Inventory ?
of said the Florida The five leadmc muses of traffic writing and paid In advance LOOKING FOR a 'special Saturday Oct Pool landscaped yard, located Mom Strejtgj
on ;
Highway +
Union Times, 9 9-5 512
unless credit Is piece of property j 1.-- If I ( County SW 12th St.. outbuildings with 2.5
accidents careless driving, Downtown Lake Butler.VKSS
\ Patrol today were established with don't have It. I'll find It-Just 89 SW 2nd Ave., Joke Show's Addition twin bed $20,000 down.
U Colonel C failure to right-of-way, had been already acres eludes office and storoftiR: :
Roger Collar acting field askJANE S. USHER, Butler. Phone 496-2261 for complete w/headboord Balance owner financed at
director of the Patrol said, "There drinking improper turns, and follow- this office.Monitor staff cannot beheld REALTOR 496-2126 or more Information. TFN and from. $40. Baby 10 percent for 15 Years building.. $129.00 jj!
were 197 fewer traffic deaths In ing too closely"Intensified r.cponsible'for 496-2903 .v.. ['Your 10/1 dresser $20 jackets, large Additional acreage Farmers and Dealers Bairifg M5 ]

Florida during the period January 1 traffic law enforce- mistakes on classifieds Union County R.ol4r. Ifn! RENT TO OWN: A New men' clothing' Coleman available. Flexible terms. 496.210JLTFN 9/23.SAlll By

through August 24, 1982, compared to ment can help reduce traffic viola- wh.n ad Is taken over the 3/26. Baldwin Piano of your lant.rn, tupperware, All on SR. 18 near Worthington HOUSE FOR home In
the same perion last year. Injuries in tions that cause accidents," concluded FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE cholc. Parramore Music, glassware, plenty more Springs. Phone Owner, large and
traffic accidents so far this year have Collar, "but in order to keep deaths telephone.Classified deadline Is NEEDStCall Venera Brown 9047326776. Ocala/ 7/8 Items. Itpd 10/7. 4963625. TFN 7/22. Ralford, corner of 121
also decreased significant: ." down and to reduce injuries, it will Tuesday noon prior to 496-3022, Sandy Hjaien tin YARD SALEi 9 till 4. 280 SW PULPWOOD EQUIPMENTS 229. Call 43M743. 4t4tgt
The Patrol's preliminary records take the cooperation of all drivers to Thursday publication. 496-3994 eves or Gerrl(Lennon TRAILER FOR RENTs 2 6th St.. Household.Items. Unllooder without shear, 3 BR. 1 1/2 lATH Btkk
show that 1,777 died in traffic obey traffic laws and the constant Minimum charge Is 15 4%.3I40. Tiffin and bedroom on 1 acre lot, furniture dishes, pots and Sure saw modle/ 46.VM Home. large corner lot
persons practice of defensive driving." words for $275, then 10 Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 water furnished near pans and children things on Waubeska engine Bar- fenced yard gas heat air,
accidents in Florida from January 1
Worthington Springs. $100. Itpd 10/7. 328.9182 or 496-2433. Priced -
for each word Box 788 Lake Butler FL. co loader Model 120
through August; 24 this year comparedto cents thereafter. tfn chg. 86.Community per month. $50 deposit. CHILD CARE IN MY HOMEt Timberlack skidder with to sell. 4tBd-
1,974 traffic deaths for the same Phone 4963907. Itchg Day and night any age. ,Esco Model 26 Grapple, lATH TUB EMCLOSURE. Hds
period in 1981 and 1,750 in 19HO.\ These Classified Ads I 10/7. Call 496-2402 or 496-3683, short wood trailer 1979 wart design and towel
records indicate that there have been UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM 7 days a week. Itchg 10/7. Ford pickup, 1970 Ford bars on doors. Aluminum
122,168 injuries during this same Get Results MOBILE HOMEt Rent after truck, Farmers and frame 58 In. w X 97 1/2

period this year compared to 129.043 Church Oct. 30. Call 496-2593. HELP WANTED Dealers Bank, Mr. Howard Inch. Phone 4OA.7W !eerie
\ Mutt have first and lost 496-2101. Itchg 9/2. 197 .4 WHIIl DRI.V.CHIV.OUTI *
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month rent In advance Custom
Keystone Heights i\ Itpd 10/7. deluxe, long wheel boy,
I Keystone Heights Ads I SEWING WANTED Inquire IOPE.ATORS INSURANCEMAINES 350 engine, 4 speedtransmission.
Denominational In good con
i LOST/FOUND In person at Lake INSURANCE AGINCYl dition. Phone /496-2043.
--- iI''I I Butler Apparel 650 SE 2nd 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake 9/3010/7.

i SWIMMING AREA Aug. 9, Experience helpful but notnecessary. Insurance Service. TFN SALE Phone 4963345.2tpd : :
2-FAMILY YARD SALE Sot., Early: Service 8.30 am
OFFICE SPACE lacing Itchg 10/7.
sand .
LAKE LOT on prescription ton glasses, 10/7 10/14. .
Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto Oct. 9, 9 m.-5 p.m. Deer Sunday School 98: am _'
Hillcrest $800
down lake in$146.44 p.r month. Andrews Drugs. Also Springs Rd. off SR 21, ape Wonhip ICvenings Service It.ou JO ambumtay pnjNuiiwry 1 Contact Times, 4962261.Union TFN County 8/19. Starke Ads ':: I
Phon. 473.4058 or several large offices for pros 3 miles North of All Services
473-4367 after 6 rent In rear of building: Keystone Hgts. Girls and -
Youth Mon joven.ng8oo
Call ladies clothes, shoes, kitchenware : pm {
p m.101HnchgBEAUTIFUL facing Flamingo I PERSONAL .;
473 3411 10/1 tfnchg roller skates, -
LAKE GENEVA -- -- -- -
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access lots from 55.500, STORE BUILDING 1,000sq.ft0 toys, games, and many SERVICESBILL'S SERVICES :-
$500 down $71.74 p.r In front of Keystone Post other Items. 10/7 Itpd BIKE SHOP Complete repair
month. Discount on entire Office on Commercial Circle 3-FAMILY yard sole: Saturday and painting new and used JONES BULLDOZING AND>
10 acres On. waterfront up to 3,000 .q.ft. only Oct. 9. Across parts, most bikes. SAW SHOP Complete LANDClEARING. Cell
lot, Coll 473 4373. 10/1 suitable for auto repair from First Baptist Churchon Recycled bikes for .01.. sharpening service, circular 964-8063 or 964-6477.1 tchg.
tfnchg etc Call 473.2149 or evenings HWY 100. 10/7 Itchg Free estimates on repairs. hand carbide, 10/07
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on 473-2014.) 10/1 tfnchg GARAGE SALE Fri and Sat.. See George\ or Logan at chain mower blade hollow EXPERIENCED ,PAINTER lii-
corner of Lawrence Blvd. GATORBONE LAKE 3 BR. I 9.5, Lake Serena Drive, George Ricks Salvage .ground and balanced. tenor or exterior. Near
and Flamingo near SR 100 Bath, study, CH/A, car just off SR-26 Itchg 10/7 301N. Stark. 9645184. leave at Jackson Building work. Free estimates arid:
and SR-21 Intersection. port $400/mo. THREE FAMILY Friday 94 10/07 2tchg 10/14 Supply In Stark., Keytsone references. 9645177. ItfJcl
4-separote. office complexes MOBILEHOME, 38R, 2 Bath, p.m. Youth bed. tools, TRAILER BURNED Have Heights or Lake Butler. 10/07 "',
; corner lot with entrances unfurnished, off Hwy 18 baby items, toys and fur numerous Items you maybe TFNchg CHILD CARE IN MY HOME
on sides of CH/A, $200/mo: OFFICE niture. Satsuma St, 5th looking for repairs, etc. ALCOHOLICS First aide graduate, age*iI.i
building Owner financed, SPACE: At Keystone house on right. Itchg 10/7 f e Also couches and chairs ANONYMOUS Phone to S yrs. Personalized attention -

with low Interest rale. Call Cents 375 sq.ft for reupholstery. Some 964.5148 or 9647619. snacks, lunchgames ),
$160/mo. KeystoneHeights PERSONAL of furniture
473-4920 or 473-3411 nice pieces
TFchg extra's. $4p
Realty, Inc.. already refinished For In- many
lOll tfnchg
SERVICES SEWING MACHINES week 964-4196. 10/07
1973 NEWPORT CHRYSLER REALTOR 473 4961/ 10/1 formation and appointment per
REPAIRED All 'makescleaned
2tpd 10/28 ..t
Good condition and run.1good. I tfnchg to see, call 964-7968
CARPENTER oiled and adjusted. RELIABLE WOMAN with
Call 473.3517 10/7 COMPLETELY FURNISHED 'A- between hours of 4:00 .
Itchg. house on Spring Lake, 2BR. Remodeling work, kitchen 9:00: p.m. (no later, $15. Work references to do
cabinets and trim guaranteed, James housecleaning, babysitting
CLOSE OUT SALE. All air A/C $225/mo.$200 please). Itpd 10/07
conditioners in stock' at deposit Call 264.5354 after carpenter. Reasonable Strickland, corner Morgan sitting with elderly atreasonable
prices. Call 473.2477 after Rd. and 16. Call
PLIANCES. 4732689. 2BR., 2 BATH house with 5:30: p.m. 101ltfnchyCARPENTRY CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Dello,961.7279,1tpd 10/072;:

10/7-10'2S. 4tchg. guest house on lake AND MASONRY Free estimates Handy. LOCKSMITH.BURGLARALARMS
ETHAN ALLEN oblong, solid Geneva. Across from City WORK > Building patios, Man Fence Co., owner 24 Hrs. Service..
maple table and four Park CH/A, gorgeous additions, remodeling, Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. 9645849. 1520 South
homes and tile work. Free OWN YOUR OWN Joon.Sport.w.ar .-
chair., $150. Call 473.4354. beach front, SoOO/mo. 1st Infant. tfnpd 982TYPEWIITER Walnut St., at the Outfitters. -
estimates. Phone 473 4473 .
and lost month, and security '
10/7 Itchg REPAIR Call 3/13 HnCARS
1975 FORD PINTO new tires, deposit. Phone 473.7086 ELECTROLYSIS during day. 10/1 The tfnchg .k., .. Preteen. or Offering Ladies ApparelService. all nationally the Office Shop 110 W. "

A/C 4 speed. Clean. Call after 6 p.m. 10/7-10/28 removal of unwanted permanent known brands Coll St., Stark., for details & d
before 8 a.m. or after 6:30: LARGE HOUSE near town '
hair. Compl.t. kin care, ; such as Jordache, Chic 9645764. tfn TRUCKS ::
and school, 3BR., ZBath,
9646905 10/7
pm. facials, pealing and lifts. lee. Levi), Vanderbilt GLASS CUT TO ORDER
1979 SUZUKI 750, and loll of storage and '-
space Doors, windows, etc.
Colvin Klein Wranglerover
For appointment, callCountryside 1 SURPLUS JEEPS- Cars-Boar.
trailer New tires, |just serviced many extras $350/ma. 200 other brands. JACKSON BUILDING SUPP
473.4846. Beauty Salon May sell far under $50.0flttFor
and tuned. Full Kut- 10/7 I tchg.WANTED
Florahom., 16592404. $7,900 to $16,500 Includes LY, 9646078. Orders also Info, call 312931.1961,
ter Faring. Low mileage. 10/7-28 4tpd beginning Inventory, airfare taken In Lake BUtler, ext. 2729. 9/16 4tpd 10/07
rims, $1600. 473 337C.
mag Fashion
one 496-3079 and Keystone JEEPS. CARS TRUCKS under
10/7 1 Itchg Center? training..fixtures, Heights; 473-4973; 0/26 tfn SIOO availablet! local
.Call Doris., LPN private duty nursing In LOST/FOUND 1 1 GS.-45QS o-e grand? opening promo 'BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK gov't. sales In your t area. I I
Keystone or outlying area, 'TRICOLORED f tions. Coir) 'MrLoughlin(612)B35.1304.l ; SERVICE Bradford bounty Call refundable t
473-2210 Monday-Friday. F... Smooth Kigh pertormance tow sport ha'nd'febaTs. ( ) Itpd 10/07 residential pump-outs, 1-714-5690241 ext. 5121 I
negotiable. Call 473-4512 collar, skiddish, lost In' 4 stroke DOHC Twin Sport mirrors. $50. We also re-lay drain for directory on how ,to '

MISCELLANEOUS anytime. 10/7 Itchg vicinity Reward.of Gatorbone 473.3387 3tchg lake. Constant velocity carbs. e Special sport styling HOMES lines. Phone 96 -8121, purchase.. 24-hrs. 9/30. I':

BINGO .AMERICAN 9/23.10/7 e speefl gearbox ,,,' e Cafe style fairing. FOR SALE 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL 3tpd 10/14
SURPLUS JEEPS, cars and;
shocks. Car CleanIng -
LEGION HAll.Sr, Satur FOUND Black and whit. 3-way adjustable 1981 "GS"model 12-
available. sell
days 7 Public invited. [ HOME REMODELING t large female dog,, wearing Front disc brake. month unlimited mileage Service. Cleaned trucks Many \
p.m. REMODELED HOME Three for under $200. Col.1(
REPAIR of all kind. washed, vacuumed,
choke collar. Call
Gear indicator warranty
10/Itfnct'g. position : 312-742-1143 Ext. 609 fqr
I Room additions. Free 473.2354. 10/7 1 Itchg 1 bedrooms, 114 bath, double sanitized and deodorized. /
ALCOHOLICS Estimates. 473-2117, 'sea"limJedWan,+ni, bu.bxda.ls, carport big front and Information on how to pwathaw.
ANONYMOUS Closed $7.00, pick-up
John Adams Builders. "The Sensation of Suzuki" porch screened bock delivered 10/07ltpd 11/18." I
meetings Monday 8 p.m.Open or your place. '68 PONTIAC FIREBIRD .350 +'
8 porch. Large lot. $32,500. Call 9647226. a.k for Dennis !
meetings Friday 450 SX Was 1889.00 Will finance. Ph. 964-4501. auto. Runs great /lAjl
p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 KuntUf FUdfiariTi ..12/10 tfnFAMILY- original. Needs minor i
p.m. All meetings at tpd HAIKDESIGNERS body work.$900.173.2736. I
Educational Building Community Steve ICES NOW16390GS65OEX FLA.I Three -
BroadwayTREE ; Itchg 10/07 _
i bedroom house. Will trade
Church 473 2790 or 144 W. Cell St.open '71 HONDA CIVICt 4speed.Excellent .
475.2130. 10/1 tfnchg SERVICE Base Price Was 256901 equity for anything of condition.--J30O-
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo i 1171310 equal value. ,Ph. _..; 964.7,303 ,
j cash and assume JlOJr
dues, fees or weighms, Removal I sER Now '2319 I 17823239. 10/07 2tpd T.W.&f! :* til 5i30 payments (balance $1800))

open meetings. Tu.say, 473-4212 10/14 964.6365. Itchg 10/07A\B!
Thurs. 11 AM Ml 7 PM
7'30 pm. St Anne's Trimming Side Car Base Price Was 129500 MAKE OFFER: 4 yr. old 2850 .Sat. t AM til 3 PM MUST SELL OR PARTtTRADMr:

Episcopal church Keystone Free Estimate sq. ft. home. 15 acres AppointmentsNot :77 VW Da."I5-doorl.la.] ;
Heights, 473.2790 Repair Uf Major Now 895 Must sell Relocating Always Necessary tion' wagon..govArM.,
//tfnchg ((904)964) .8763. Itchg 10/07 automatic. Mok"Cii: >tf.,.
1/7 tfn
BINGO Lions Club acres 473-4732 EUolrio lppliano CURLES SUZUKI-KAWASAKI OF STARKE 1955 MOBILE HOME 10x55 9645235. Itpd 10/00\0f
MONEY Interviews
school ,
from high Tuetays Bradford I
Earring trailer must be moved.
After 5 P.M. are being taken for
Bird 7 Regular,
Early p.m.
301 S Starke 964-C020 Contact Donald Wllklson
7:30 Public Invited Clay CountiesLsersees Avon Representatives. Call MOBILEZIp3
p.m !::
101 tfnchg.. : Keystone Heights Vi4n. ....,_ .. 782.3071 1007I or 9645751. Itpd Ramona Crapse 7823068. HO? ES

.-- .- 9/23 4tchg 1014BABYSITTINOt FOR AL'EjgMOBILE '
A..... Toddlers and

up. 7 a,m. to 6 p.m. Will b' A .
I pick-up from school. Call HOME. 12x60.
Breaker 485.1861 9/21: tfn 964.7611. 8/19, rinSAVISI.OOCfs'BTs

: day or night. Hot lunches, WHOtEIAUTjg
lots of experience with llxiaIat100; .
children. Reasonable 24>M>:$14.000 >1
rates. Coll Teresa Wood, Ph. I-30S-34S-S709 .' .

964.6805.9130 2tchg 10/07 9/02 24tpd 312'"I. oJ' i.
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ADS REWARD --z'..a !.l..

Loft-On small b.agl. In vicinity of

1Wlulul t t.s 1' 6 v--. 'Wse.u.n..e.' US.301 South. Tattooed In ear +359$. If you .:

M pIvi have Information, pla. call Y

i Von Can Find It ALL any 96/-7512 ;..:::

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I'I'i i wy Us N.Temple Ave..
I It Phon.94U3I Or

I Evening 473-1096

.. lf'l y : First 15 words is $2.75, each \word '43- 3 a.. 114 Bath clean, nice lot. $35.000.

.1 ,,= fii-e = after that is ,10 per word. This rate /242-New pl.tely furnished.14'.7r" Mobile Priced Home right. on 2 ac, Fenced. Com- .

gets you an approximate 10,000 paid 241-2 Homes One garage apartment (rental Invest-'

I circulation, between all 3 pubfications. rent) on 1.11 ac. parcel near Orange Pork $37,900 .
with good term. :

.. 4212-3 BR..2 BA !brick ham. Fronts lake A real :
bargain at 69500. Good terms :

Let Our Buyers Knew Yen Went Te Sell., list teeey fee :
the C....... call All ACROSS AMERICA ___:



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I I. Believing! 212 Call 6--4.I3: 7'....76: ALUMINUM PlATESt24x36" HOME PARK, Mobil home Stove and refrig., A TOY PARTYI I THE CITY OF STARKE Police
cents each. Used Receive .
Iti, f ...... to Si30 p.m.yc'H 81.5.40,9'-6.03; ; 106.99; In homes and spaces for rent. laundry room. $180/mo. merchandise.With Department Is accepting e. rulillCJar .
1T-7.62 newspaper.Great receive extra gift. (orsecretarydispatcher.
com s.. ui at our ; W. Recreational vehicles applications (
manufacture. Jacksonville.Coll for minor repair first, last and security. No 431-1920 or 964.6279.9/16 Applications !
location. 3/lltfn welcome. Phone 468-2912.
new 4681509. 10/07
SALE S toll free jobs. Bradford County pet 4tchg 1007WANTEDI will be picked up REALTY
MJMMAGE Friday 9/16 IfnRESTAURANT 10/14
1-800-342-2702. 8/26 tfn Telegraph, 64-30S. tfn. TRUSTWORTHY Hall Merrill Dees
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{Sal.i Oct.Church 849. Calvary 4 ACRES Doublewlde CARPET NEW ft USEOi/ Furniture ft EQUIPMENTfor AVAILABLE NOWi 3 PERSON to babysit twochildren office. Must be able to type hL+ ... -.....
(Baptist Fellowship trailer 2 baths. $ 8.500. S appliances.Plumb rent. 964.6784.9/09 tfn bedroom, I1bath.. Air, In my home Mon- Is -
Hall, corner of Madison $6,500 fixtures HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng refrig.. No neatly. Starting i'' []
down. 7823429. pipes carpet range day thru Friday, 8.5 p.m. $4.00 hour. I tchg 10/07 VdH
fond Cherry. 1tchgI0/07' 9/23 3tpd 10/07 BARGAIN CENTER US-3OI room. TV and Air. pet Inside. Double carport Call 4682220. 10/07 2tchg per -. "'- r.VCCCELII: PHONE 964-7776
ftfAMARKET SAUl T.O.P.S. PRINTED SIGNS IN STOCKS So., 964-6679. 2/5 tfn Underwood Motel 3 miles out 'In the country. $250. 10/14 *
3tfo. 391 KytonoChapter. No Hunting or No DO DROP.IN BARGAIN north of Stark on Light deposit. Ph. MEDICAL RECORD TRANS. WANTEDAXLES TEHWIILE6M 205 N. Temple, StarktT

Keystone Slat Trespassing signs, $.50. HOUSES 301 South. Highway 301. 9/16 tin 468-2339. Itpd 10/07 CRIPTIONIST A.R.T. re-
Bank Parking lot. Sat., now In. stock at the Office 9646740. We buy and sell MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT TWO 2 BR HOMES for rent. quired. Good salary and ft TIRES 2 axlesf- 4 s.rrr..
''Oct. 9, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shop. 110 W. Call St., used furniture and ap On. mile from Starke city First and last month rent benefits. Immediate opening tires. ,We pickup $100; SPECIALAt
tots of crafts and usabl Starke. pliances. 8/13 finRECONDITIONED limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. plus $50 dep. $200. Call Call personnel Brad You deliver, $125. Ollns
'".m. to choose from. 9/30 174 TERRY BASS BOAT with TVSi Colors Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. before 10:00 or after 400. ford Hospital 964-6000, Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. last I It I Is possible to have a country

Jtchg 10/07 two built-in 12 gal. gas starting at 10000. KITCHENEFFICIENCYRooms 4732578. Itchg 10/07 ext. 141.10/07 2tchg 10/14 100 W Starke. 9M-5606, ranchette In an excellent location -
f FAMILY GARAGE SALE tanks. Has 85 hp Mercury Trade-in's welcome. Phone for rent at low 2 BR, 1% BA MOBILE HOMEon COCKTAIL TFchg
'305: S. Church St., Sat., with trolling motor. Its for 9648212.611 tfn weekly rates. Call Temple Griffis Loop. Call WAITRESS/BARTENDER WANTED TO BL'Yl. Old BrownU Rd. You can buy as little as 3

Oct.9. Silverware, hedge fishing ave 14 and ft. aluminum pleasure. Alsoh Jon- RUBBER STAMPS mode to Motel 964-7357 9/16 9645276. tpd 10/07 Experience preferred. See glassware In pink, green, acres for $3,000 an acre with form or as

'Trimmers, fornllura, Boat with 3 gal. gas tank order. Three day service EOW/tfn ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT Shelby at Holiday Inn blue and yellow Contact much a>. 50 acres with bHr terms.
clothes, misc. 812. Itchg and 6 hp Evlnrude for sale. Office Shop, 110 W. Call 2 BEDROOM APT $175; one < 403 N. Walnut St. Lounge after 4 p.m. daily Laura at Pocket Change '
.10/07 Phone 782-3281, VW. Dune St., Starke. bedroom opt., $150: one Call 9645276. Itpd 10/07. Itchg 10/07 Bldg. in Waldo or call Thr s a g.ntl* way of living hr.

FBI 1 1 a SATi Som cloth. and Buggy with extra motor SCRATCH ft DENT SALE on bedroom aprt., $125. Call 5 ROOM BRICK COTTAGE PART TIME OUTREACH 468,9443 Thurs.. Frl.. Sat. A Room for hones or your favorite FFA

_ misc. Items on Griffis and tir... Phone 782-3281 new off ice furniture. Desk, 964.7521ltchg 10/07 N.wly renovated Im WORKER-for Clay County Sunday. 9/30 tfn I
loop. Follow signs. 9-3. Itpd 10/07 filing cabinet, secretarial' 4 BR UNFURNISHED house. maculate. Convenientlylocated Council on Aging Inc. ANY SMALL TYPE ODD JOBS protect|

.4lchg 1007OARAGE SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY electric chair. Save up to 40% off $350. Call 964-7521. Itchg for elderly coupleat Duties included social service needed. Call anytime WE HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONEI I
I SALES Multi. for sale at The Office 110 10/07 571 W. Call St. $225
/ cost. ,
typewriter Shop per case work with elderly 9648015. 10/07 4tchg UNDER $25.000-2 BR, 1 BA frame on dead end street.
;llamily. Good variety, the Office Shop. 110 W. W. Call St., Starke.POSTERBOARD CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for mo. One yrs. lease. people in the field record. 10/28 19000. Terms
.Com. and browse Sat., Call St., Starke. $200. white, 40 rent On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto 9646491. 8/05 tfn keeping, and the completion ROOMMATE WANTED)
[ Neat 2 BR 1 BA frame w/scrn'd
Oct. 9, 9 a.m. til ?? 842W. ONE ACRE LOT Crosby Lake per sheet.The Office Shop prison. Call 4681323. SPACIOUS 3 BR. 2 BA home of required reports. Wanted female to share porch on corner
L.foyetteSt.ltpd 10/07 Estates. Septic tank, well 110 W. Call St., Starke. 10/07 tfn. with CH/A. 1512 East Call Will be working In the deluxe 4 room apt Own lot.$24.000.Mobile .
GARAGE SALE Furniture, and pump light pole NEED 200 SHEETS FILLER HOUSE FOR RENT Furnished St. Lots of storage. No Bradford County area. bedroom. For more Info, Home, family rm. added. Some furniture. On
misc. All $6700. Cash. 964-8582. carpet, $180 per mo. Call 9645827. 9/16 fenced lot, 22500.
appliances top PAPER Only 54. The Office pets. QUALIFICATIONS: Abilityto call 9645235. I llpd 10/07
quality Items Must sell 10/07 3tpd 10/21 Shop, 110 W. Call St., Adults, No pets. 964-7707. 4tchg 10/07 communicate effectively SIN THIRTIESsAII with cent. heat/air.
}due to re-location. 8 tit 4 10% OFFt Victor 120 Heavy Starke. Itpd 1007FURNISHED and productively. Sincere Classified Ads Bradford Villas-low malnt., adult community. 2 BR, 1'/
only. 675 W. Duty calculator Office APARTMENT MOBILE HOME IN KEYSTONE BA. Charm comfort, quality 35000.
Saturday Shop 110 W. Coll St., PAC-MAN, SMURFF, AC. interest In the wellbeingof Get Results
Madison St. I Itpd 10/07 Starke. TION 3-subect| composition Three rooms and bath. HEIGHTS In the loke the elderly. Ability to Forsyth Road-MH 2 BR, I I'/s IA on e ac. 11 pecan tree; S

tflO YARD SALE I Several ONE ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W. books, $1.19. The Office First floor, $140 per mo., Geneva area. 3 BR, 2 BA, listen carefully and obtain peach; 2 apple ft grape arbor. $31,000.
'I mili... Two ml. west of Michael Gllhooly subdivi Shop. 110 W. Call St.. $50 security Small baby completely' furnished. required Information. Spark Plugs$1.00.No OH Crawford Rd.-(Lasvtey aroo) S BR, 2 BA framestucco
.Lawtey Rd. 225 at yellow sion. Faces hard rood. Starke. accepted. No pets, Utility shod with Ability to understand and Ig. CB workshop on nice 1 ac. lot. Assume $15,000
''brick hou... Almost new Well septic tank Selling 23 YEARLING HEIFERS and 9648071. Itehg 10/07 washer/dryer hook.up. complete required mtg.('%) $3'.500.
vot.r.oftn.r, baby Items, $7500. Will take terms. yearling bulls. 5 show NICE ROOMS for rent. TV Dog kennel.Private, quiet documentation.Knowledge & W Muffler -IN FORTIESSeorlna St..3 BR, 2 BA, CB. Lg. LR Eat-In kitchen .
furniture, small op. 964-5606. 10/07 tfn steer and 3 bulls. 485-1 834. and air, $50 per week and secluded. Children of resources & Discount Parts CH/A. Closed parch carport nice lot. $43.300.

'\ .., toys, drapes, I ACRES located facing State 10/07 2tchg 10/14 up. Wall to wall carpeting. welcome. $175 per mo. Ph. available to the elderly 44-5477 Cypress St..4 BR, 2 BA Fam. Rm., cov'rd. patio Ig.
'dishes, w.dding dress sz, Rd. 227. Braoker Rd. LARGE 25 FT. FREEZERs Call 964-9992, ask for 9647642. Itchg 10/07 and Initiative to develop beautifully landscaped lot. $43.900.
Hazel. 9/30 fin ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED ,, .
and mist Items.Oct.8.9.810.8:00a.m. $14,500 terms 9645606. Good condition. Musician additional Must --- "
14, many resources. Bessent Rd.-Nlce corn. lot. 3 '11.2 BA C,. CH/A. Car-
til 10/07 doCHIHUAHUAt other Items 2-ROOM EFFICIENCY In apartment. Inquire at have of automobile.
: equipment, use an shed $47,900.
port Ig. lighted
Brown Lawtey. 782.3458 or Tackle Box 964-8429. Itpd
'?? Itpd 10/07 household Items. 964-7873. Salary range: $3.68.$3.9"
BR, I BA frame. CH/A, 1
lowtey-3 ac. $49.000.
reindeer, spalded nine 782.3949.9/30 tfn 10/07 garage
GARAGE SALE Fri.. & Sat.pct. I Itchg 10/07 on hour/20 hours a week. vii
8. 9, 8:00: ,to 5:00. 7 months old. $75. 964-5776. ONE REFRIGERATOR One N. WALNUT ST. 3 BR, 1 BA. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. I'/. Apply to Cloy County fiuud IN FIFTIESBedtord! Lake. BR. 2 BA 2-story frame Scrn'dporch
1007DOBERMAN ft dock. $20.000 down. Bal.at 12 3/"% to IS
Itpd house.
unfurnished $100
BA $275 mo plus first up yrs.
1/4" skill saw, socket flatbed trailer 16 ft., John per Council on Aging Inc., 604
,yvrenches, farm tool., PINCHER pup. Deere 10 hp riding mow.r.96.c.5772. security deposit. Call last month deposit $100 Walnut Street Green Cove Y total price $55,000.
pies. $35. No paper. 9648931. Itchg 10/07 sec. deposit 9648258. Imr// Five Oaks-Attractive brick 3 BR. 2 BA. LR, DR Fam. Rm.
dishes Florida
silverware 10/07
pots, pans, Itchg Springs, 32043. Applications ,
7823781. Itpd 10/07 TWO BEDROOM two bath, 1 Itchg 10/07 be w/freplace( A telling fan. Range refrtg., one. garage.
bedspr.adrlin.ns, 76 CHEVY VEGA No rust.Clean must received
6 FT. BAR with mahoganyand furnished trailer Call MOBILE HOME: Two October 1982. Roaltor Assum. mtg. I 3/"%. Owner will take 2nd mtg. Total
Interior. B I
carpets, baby car teat 3/4 block vinyl; 4 matchingbar Engine by ,
bed radio., guitar clothes stools. Like new. $125. rebuilt. $700. 782-3307. 468-1980 evenings. Excellent bedrooms on Griffis Loop. Equal Opportunity Old Lawtey P.O. $51.600. Near Country Club.
and many more Items. 7 Weekdays after 5, call Itchg 10/07 for two college First, last plus deposit. Employer. Itchg 10/07 $12,000 0 DW M H. on 1 Lake Butler-3 'R, 1 BA brick w/garage ft 20x40 carporton
miles south of Slarke on 4732366. Weekends 15 FT FIBERGLASS BOAT students. Itpd 10/07 964-8816. Itpd 10/07 CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great Income ac. $26,500 e 6 ac. 2 ac. Great location SSt.SOO.
sit.I 00 on left. Cloversettl anytime Itpd 10/07 Bass boat Tilt trailer 50 SHOP FOR RENT $225 per potential. All oc $10,500 0 Owner fin. on OIN SEVENTIES-Connerly Estates- I'/i yr. old brick. 3 BR, 2
Poultry Farm. Itpd 10/07 '70 SHASTA TRAVEL hp Johnson HummingbirdSuper month. 321 N. Temple. RENT A NEW BALDWIN cupations. For information all. BA, fireplace CH/A. ceiling fan, refrig.. stave D/W,
FRIDAY a SATURDAY Truck TRAILER 13'. Extra clean. 60 Thrust trolling (3132921842.) Itpd 10/07 Piano for your child. Only call: ((312)741-9780.) Ext. COMMERCIAL drapes, carpet. On 1 ac landscaped. Patio around "An
toolbox lawn mowers, $1200. Out SR-16 towards motor. 2800. Call after 12it60 MOBILE HOME Unfurnished $22.50 mo. plus small move 2120. 10/07 2tpd 10/14 RESIDENTIAL Old Oak Tree." 73900.

tools' chlldrens clothes.lots prison turn right on SR233 5:30: 9645968. 1 Itchg 10/07 w/stove and ref rig. ing charge. All rent and ACREAGE Country Club Estates-1 yr. old brick. 3 BR, 2 BA Fam.
(Morgan Rd). Inquire atgreen on one acre of land. Call moving expenses appliesto
of misc. 301 North on Rm. w/flreplace CH/A, skylights, closed garage paved
wid. front of 964.5734 after 3:30. purchase. Parramore Classified Ads 904 /
double Good 782-3931
:'Mammond'tRead.' Ifpd UPRIGHT PIANO I con- circle drive security lights. Assume $52,000 mtg. etIIVi
I Olin's jroLl.rP4Vk.Sdtpd 1t 'rlo Sgr'w96S1Ap' \ t_. Available' 10/15. $165 Music, Ocala 732-6776: : Get Results !904 f 782-398
10/07> J e'o. i *- ..,
101mIV9' l month dep. Itchg
GARAGE SALEt Sat., 1 8:30'-!: ANTIQUE DINING ROOM' WATERFRONT'fd'g I LOTi With 10/07. P.O. Drawer "M" Versatllel Frame home, 1900 sq. N. wdetachedgarage

'4:30. Thompson's Garage SUIT and bedroom suit; air dock. Good fishing. 100' on 301 S. Lawt.y rental home B MH spaces ((4 hook-ups) ft 4 ac.
:301: N. Tools, dishes, hockey game: chest of water. Easy terms. E.D.S. $7IOOO.
''drapes, winter clothes. drawers and bedframe; 40 9645471. 10/07 2tchg I olN EIGHTIES-Ceuntrv Club-Calonial Brick w/bay windows

Itchg 10/07 ft. storage shed; mist 10/14 Shop & Compare!! Construction Co. on 1.7 ac. 3 BR, 2 BA. Fam. Rm., fireplace, CH/A stove,
THURS. t FRh One riding farm equipment; duel axle ? VACUUMSALE refrig.. D/W, 2-car garege. Assume $40,000 mtg. at
mower, 2 push mowers. utility trailer; 4'x12' Special Insurance for 1.(90( )H95.2a38Doug'uildlng 1'1.%. Total $15.000.
'368 N. Cherry St. Itpd A-frame with 3 ton chainsaw Mobile Home Parks
Contractor KINGSLEY LAI "'10/07 on wheels good; 1977 workbench PLODatsun MOBILE HOME All types of home- Working Quality ft Economics Together NEW & USEDWe water. 2 BR, I BA each. Could be mad. Into on. home.
SATURDAY OCT. 9: 9 a.m.til runs ;
5 Corner of MorganRd with vise and drill SERVICE POLES owners policies for Commercial ft R..ldontlalN..lulhlln..o Finance Our Own $120,000.
p.m. and grill. Call ,awsd.lln.N. HAMPTON LAKE-112.5 ft. of lake frontage ft a superb
press gas 100 1 AMP KIRBYS
and 16.
'Behind Hwy. 964-8845, after 5:30: on : mobile homes .Pnl.d. ,M Sis, .,Tee tell brick home w/3 BR, 3 BA. Fam. rm., table top stove, double
HondyWoy' store. weekdays, anytime on >16&0ii I Call for Quote *, _th..wd Jon.u.l,uprl.nr.1/11 tift ROYALS oven custom drapes. Nice dock w/elec. boatllft.
'Itpd 10/07 weekends. Itchg 10/07 200 AMP Olln's Mobile .t.rwxn EUREKAS Beautifully landscaped w/sprlnkler system. Owner finan

'250.00 I ',.. .TTT11" 1' V DAOOaOOQOOD.or.ANNOUNCING HOOVERS cing. Slet,000.'LITTLE .
.b. Motorcycle Home Sales ELECTROLUX LAKE SANTA FE-Custem built exclusive showplace

(to. .. Call Anytime Elaine M. Olin Agent FILTER QUEENS on 2 Ac. $110,000.'BUILDING .
WB SUZUKI 100 2300 468-1187 Waldo the Opening of SEARS LOTSCountry Club-Geneva Lake EstotesSeneva -
.'miles' $495. Call 4732214. WANTED: 964.5606 COMMERCIALWe Cr.ek-Crystal loke-Besient Rd.HOMESITESChrlstlen .
5/20 tfnJ ;, Longchamp Enterprises & Associates, Inc. repair all makes St.-Bestent Rd.-Plnesong (off
If Tt HONDA'1B9 TWIN STAR Cash Available Wilson Rd.). Prices from $4,900 to $11,000.
SP@cial You know the name Longchamp because of our quality
-W/traller: Runs great: Low 2nd AI Young'sSince INVESTMENT; -301- 7 apartments ft 1 cottage.
We Buy"1st g homes Now to know better
.mifeage.'Asking $5OO. Call get us through our new 175,000.; Store on US-301-O.OOQ home: 321 Clark St.
,,964-8360ah..r: 6 p.m. tpd Mtgs. Call us for a Wholesale Auction Real Estate Office. 1957 25000.

1000or l i aCt,' 964.6918 30 Acres-301 ft Morgan Rd. Unlimited possibilities.
quote. YOUR CHOICE Spread out with 4 acres or seller will
-- Could b. subdivided.
Oct. 7 Owner financing 4.71 Ac. on 230 A
Thursday divide Into 2 two Not far from town. 3 Miles north ol
Class A '' 964-5010 acre parcels. t Wilson Rd. 11700.
Stark an US 301
Gets4Its GREAT TERMS 1 acre near Keystone Heights 230 ft.
homes Call
Two nice to rent today
; Rainbow Auction Co. will b* here for this frontage on SR 100. IKE'S SAWS

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r- (First Quality) FANTASTIC FISHING lust| down the road at Hampton MOWER SHOPS. Classified Ads

ATTENTION ... __ .. I IMM Ml. Lake beautiful lots only 500 ft. from public boat ( Wolnut-Across from Get ResultsCall
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Seekers 2315 SB Hawthorn Rd. LARGE LOT IN CITY Spacious lot on Bessent Road, SALES SERVICE
sWous: Job Gainesville. Florid caD for more details, priced right. Chain Saws LawnMowers Montez NEED

with practicallyno Welcome. Regular Sale Every Thursday 9646305FULL
%Ike set own hours | Everyone
Would (
limit you on earnings and have vocation as desired? If 7 P.M. JUST A LITTLE BUYS A LOT! Very attractive lots In MONEY?

so, then why conveniently. work with us sore plated subdivision |Just outside Keystone Heights, paved TIME Use Your Home
ting/bundling mail. Receive work and payments by sts. prices start at $5,000. owner financing 12% REAL ESTATE SALESPERSONPAY
moll. Start Immediately! For Information, a self- 5 I ERA Equity. We make

addressed, stamped envelope assures a prompt reply. THE GOOD 'OL DAYS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, oven, 2,000sq : Commissions on closing $200/weok draw dur 1st & 2nd Mtgs.

Mall Marketing Services P.O. Ben 250. Ocala FAULKNER ft with many extras plus large shop area. Small ing first 2 months Commissions during I lit 12 months Call us for a quote

Cflorlda. 3271. amount,! down and owner will finance at 9.998000 Should exceed $40.000 (Paid 1/2 in cash and 1/2 in
REALTY land). 96 .50 1 0

Longchamp Enterprises & Associates, Inc. PROPERTY TO SELL: lakefront and lake access lots inKeystone

for vacation, retirement, S
Heights area
Sun U.S. 301 South Starke
Gainesville It 964-5065 permanent homeiltes.

MICHAEL 8. COONEY, REALTOR JOB DESCRIPTION: Varied work schedule consisting of W0II

Route Carriers: Needed Day 964.7083 Evenings 964.8827 approximately 50 hrs/week entailing rotating with
m existing sales personnel at "on site" sales office Drilling

For" Fla. 1-800-342-8448 located near Keystone Heights. . . . .

!\ StorkeLawteyRaifordf ( lto er ",'ylJ Member SOME OF THE FUNCTIONS: Answering phone calls 2" thru 6"
from customers days nights, or weekends at office. Fast Rotary
i f Making appointments for yourself ft others to show <

and cash bond. For Infor- sell land. Showing B ..lIinglond by appt. during the Drilling Equip.
:;I:Must: have reliable car post. 221 Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone Check Our Feed Prices week t some weekends. Many Saturdays and Sundays State Licensed

..mat Ion callp64.8170 OFFICE HOURS will be required at the office awaiting customers . . . . .
ErlCG ".: 3781416 directed to the property without appointments.
Be,..U Noon
Mall.* Fri.* Pumps
50 Lb. Chatham 26% will hove within 30
QUALIFICATIONS: Have now or . . . . .

High Protein Dog Food days Physically a Flo. Real fit Must Estate be license.able to show wooded land New &: Used

J Handyman- Special 7.75 sometimes being outside all day during temperatures Sales-PartsoService

'I born.I' in the 90's.Women .
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c2.9 acres, three bedroom, ene bath. Largo pole 100 Lb.. 13.5 Steer have excelled In this job. Current sales force "

:'SI7.9OO. $7.35 consists of 7 women and 2 men mostly In 30* age :
Hld Away Special

:'.40 ecr... with Ib65 mobile homo end with cra.-ed.1265 wood 100 Lb. 12% Horse Sales range. experience I I. NOT necessary. . . . . .

from oddMlen. Pole born, renceo1 :....al Prefer graduate of Dale Carnegie Human Relations New Installation

W'-50 $8.20 Course, but not required

Raiford control Area hoot end air en o oeere. -" _;..'"'- Must attend Dole Carnegie Sales Course ((0 4-hour .Remodeling. . .Repairs. .. .
Pour bedroom two both lOOLb.WholeCorn night class per week for 11 weeks) soon alter hired,
$32,500. Lovely M.1% SA"house on comer....excellent loco paid for by company. DarranccPUMP&

In The Country 4'A' Polo Hon. Immeculete. Pond bock yard, lorgo screen 7.75 Worm, outgoing personality, deriving much satisfaction . .
3 loo-room J beds on comer lot of acres. perch, sentrel hoot oml olr. Bon Franklin Hrepleco. out of making customers happy.IF .
born, treller hook-up. $4i' "'. Many extra.Will coneMer. troeo feN single wide M.H. '100 Lb. 14% Hog Meal INTERESTED: Sand handwritten letter to 'Sol. SUPPLY

Many Extras xcra.nd.d ,.,10,e.llln9 In exceUei$ centl1dett. (No LentI.) $8.95 Manager" (who will keep your Inquiry In strkf confidence -
3 ioJroem.J bath prepi.c.. wont the lob (include COMPANY
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Herb Walk.r, Assoclat. AeerelselsIrene ,CLAY HILL FEED STORE Licensed Real Estate Broker Temple'Ave.Starfce .

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