Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04284
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 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
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04284
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Starke is "90-percent" sure of star- Development Authority for $1,000 per
$ ting 1983 with a new industrial payrollif acre.The building will be constructedby
M' z'I n ( 'A ty, plans of Riverside Manufacturing Riverside financed by an issue of

Co. of Moultrie, Ga. go as scheduled.The revenue certificates of an undisclosed
o announcement was made by Tucker; said the plant here will be
Ron Tucker a vice-president of the used to launder uniforms for its rental
uniform manufacturing and rental service in an area extending from the
company at Wednesday's luncheon Georgia coast to Orlando. The com-
meeting of the Starke Rotary Club. pany already has a drop station in
Tucker said the laundry operationhere Jacksonville He said 95 percent of

to be located on 3.1 acres pur- personnel will be hired locally and
chased from the Bradford County will live in the Starke area. Initially,
Development Authority on Edwards around 21 will be employed in the
r- Road would be the first pilot plant plant, and four will be drivers on
constructed by Riverside outside of truck routes.

Bradford Beauties Enjoy 1982 Homecoming Parade... Moultrie. Tucker's announcement finalized
Tucker said the parent company negotiations with the uniform com-

Queen Sadie McDuffie, far left and her court U.r Diana Crawford. Mary The homecoming queen and her court, all BUS senior coeds were whose high quality uniforms are sold pany which started nine months ago
Watte-rson, Beth Francis and Lori Flynn react.with the crowd as the first presented Friday night at he football game escorted by their fathers The in all 50 states of the U.S. and 110 when Bill Wilson, Chamber of Com-
place Senior Class float makes Its way down Tt'mplevenue In Friday altt'r- queen was elected by a vole of the student body foreign countries picked Starke merce manager; learned of River-
noon's homecoming parade.I because of its strategic location in side's expansion plans and invited of-
north-central Florida, as well as its ficials here to look at sites. Tucker
friendliness, and the willingness of officials said they liked locating in a small
in working out details of site town because their experience had
I I It Couldn't Have Been a Better BHS Homecoming selection and other technical aspectsof been that in smaller communities

I the proposed new plant.To people welcome the additional payrolland

I successful The juniors had the best skit, accor- ,. At Tornado Whirl last Thursday start with, the operation here are eager to live and He grow praisedthe with
and the Industry.
It was a very smooth will have from 20 to 25 and right type
with ding to the judges. Entitled "Starke ,night Queen Sadie was escorted by received from Wilson
weekend of homecoming hoopla cooperation
I senior coed Sadie McDuffie Wars," the juniors did a takeoff from Marvin Brown, Diana Crawford by the number could eventually increaseto and L. M. Gaines of the Development
popular and the movie"Star Wars" and the defeatof 'Kevin Sheetz Lori Flynn by Blaine around 70, Tucker said. The fact in the "leg
I crowned at Tornado Whirl Authority doing necessary
queen that "Riverside likes it here" is
r the Jackets. ,Dyal, Beth Francis by Jeffery "
with the Tornado offense exploding work.
; 'The seniors were second in skit Johnson, and Mary Watterson by shown by its desire to obtain an optionon The will estimated
use an
for 17-7 over plant
: a surprising victory two more acres of land for possinle
competition with a takeoff 'on the .John Bennett. 872,000 gallons of water per month
St.Augusdne. Steve Miller Band with each band. future use. based work week of four days 10
Hundreds lined thduparade route 'Class on a
I member dressed as a BHS teacher. / princesses were junior The building will be a pre-fab metal
Friday afternoon, from: BHS through t ,.Angela Coleman, sophomore Valarie type with approximately 16,000 hours per day.Riverside .
I downtown, for 'homecoming 'Third place went to the freshmen Randolph and freshman Donna square feet of space. It will be locatedon has been in the uniform
parade. Then Friday night the BHS with a skit entitled "The Tornadoe' Parado. an L-shaped site with 200 feet fronting business since 1923, and its distribution -
1 .. Band put on its claul performance Are. Outof.'thls World," a takeoff ;-Club sweethearts,.,_each of whom. on Edwards Road Just east of the plant in Atlanta is the largest in
t !....- -,. .to date, delighting near-capacity_. _. R from the song ."Planet Rock" in '.,f*_! :tn' hn .honored"'place"m the present Department) : "Transportation the world. ..Tucker,. saVd., Other
..' """'' WM -- '- distribution points'are::located, near
!I\ crowd, ; nvnicir)'Torna'dbelr' were'lnvlrecf'tO' "horrtec'orrtfng'para 1* It was no surprise that Miss McDuffie play on Planet Rock and tried to"'"' 'presented at, Tornado Whirl, are purchased by Riverside from the Reno Nevada and in Ireland. ,

a very popular extroverted Tornado make the Jackets look like. sissies 'i -.'Francine Annjeanette Long, annual

cheerleader, was voted the rG Fourth place went to the'' staff;; Theresa Elizabeth Ricks, art;
homecoming queen'by her, Bradford H' rw sophomores who interviewed Tanja Helen Rigby chorus; Tina 3 CommissionersMay
High classmates. students about the Jackets and got Marie Spencer, drama; Mary Boycott by

But everybody was very surprisedwhen their comical answers then with a Delorese Campbell FBLA; Sherri
running back Emmett Watkins smart girl and boy who gave their Marie Gaskins, Jr. FFA chapter; End Effort to Fund Firemen
took a handoff from quarterback hypothsis of the homecoming game. Joan Elizabeth Underhill, Sr. FFA ,
Robert Carver (catch the position chapter; Regina Lynn Eunice FHA; Jr. for
a Commission Chairman Maxie Carter
A called by County
Best decorated truck went to the Tami Frances McCray, French honor meeting
switches?) and scampered 57 yardson FFA. The Science Club was second, society; Gloria Hazel Roberts. Thursday Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. turned into a non-meeting due to lack of a quorum.
the first from scrimmage.The .
Carter and Commissioner Lawrence Mosley appeared.The
4 and the Drama Club third. JROTC; Marion Kay Allen Key Only
Tornado offensive line blocked of
discussion and reconsideration a proposed
called for
Their fathers escorted the Club Mamie Elizabeth Tucker meeting was
the two backs in the new offense ; ordinance that would have enabled the commission to levy a special
Queen Sadie..waves homecoming and members of County
science Nadine Ann
Coach David Hurse to some queen ; Green Spanish to
designed by her court onto the football field Fri- assessment on property in the unincorporated areas of the county help
of honor and
and BHS rolled 280 yardsof ther fans. Sadie' McDuffie Is a society, Kelli Yvonne "
blocked offense stunned up Yellow popular, outgoing BUS cheerleader.in day night for 'a presentation to the Carver, TNT (newspaper staff). finance fire protection and "other emergency services. the
over a crowd. Simon Mitchell escorted his At the October 4 commission meeting, Mosley's motion to adopt or-
Jacket eleven. which the BHS students conducted daughter homecoming Sadie Queen Sadie was crowned Thurs- dinance died for lack of a second.The three commissioners who failed to second -
The Tornado students worked hardto themselves through the weekend. McDuffie. Neil Crawford queen escorted his day night as the highlight of Tornado the motion- L. (Nook) Norman, Z. W. Hodges, and Homer (Hart- also

put on one of the best homecoming The senior class won the float com- daughter Diana. Charles Flynn Whirl by Student Council President failed to attend Thursday's called meeting.

weekends In years, according to petition, as usual, since that float escorted his daughter, Lori. Charles Edward Crews. Mosley, who was chairman of the study committee appointed by the Com-
Guidance Counselor Allison Aijets. always carries the homecomingcourt. Francis escorted his daughter, Beth. Tabitha Anah Folsom, 1981 BHS mission in September to come up with a workable plan of financing fire pro-

Everything ran smoothly, there were .'The junior class was second, Freddie Watterson escorted his 1 homecoming queen, was also (Spe !BoVCOtt.... P.2A)
no problems.... Mrs. Aljets simply the sophomore class third. daughter, Mary presented at Tornado Whirl. :
had nothing but praise for the manner

I For City, Relief... is Spelled. F-E-D-E-R-A-L G-R-A-N-T-S I

eI New residential water rates proposed the increase. New residential rates

Word that a $494,000 federal gran Along with the $330,000 HUD grant To convert the present digester's at the July 29 city council meetingare are set at a $3.90 base plus $1.15 per
to Improve sewerage treatment ir for rehabilitation of the Reno area, Gets operation from anaerobic, which uses a base charge of $3.10 plus 45 1,000 gallons of water. Current
Starke has received final approva the award means Starke will receive City $330,000HUD bacteria which manufacture their cents per 1,000 gallons of water. Thatis residential sewer rates are a flat $6
from the U.S. Environmental Protec over $800,000 in federal grants this own oxygen, to aerobic, using an increase from the current $5 per month. The sewer service charge
tion Agency was received Friday, coming year. See related article on Grant. !* 3A bacteria which require oxygen from minimum plus 35 cents per gallon will be tied to a gallonage rate for the
Oct. 8, according to City Clerk Nei the HUD grant. outside sources to live. Lucas explains over 5,000 gallons. Under the new first time meaning larger users will

Tucker.. Along with the $494,000 EPA grant the conversion is necessary rates 5,000 gallons of water would cost pay more.A .
comes via an agreement the city because aerobic treatment of sludgeis $5.35, an increase of 35 cents. 4,000 gallon residential user
council made to receive the funds an proposed $721,000 sewerage treat- much faster than with anaerobic would pay $8.50 ($3.90 plus 4 times
increase in sewer and water rates. ment improvement.What bacteria, plus the rest of the system is 10,000 gallons of water would cost $1.15)) up $2.50 or a 42 percent in-
make each service self- aerhbic.To $7.60 under the new rates comparedto crease from the present $6 per month.A .
Idea is to city
engineers Don Ruckman and $6.75 now, an increase of 85 cents.A 5,000 residential user would be
supporting.' Jim Lucas, of the firm of Bessent, control or reduce the amount of charged $9.65 ($3.90 plus 5 times
The city commission has passed an and Hammock of Jackson residential customer currentlypays
and ground water flowing Into the treat- $1.15), up 63 percent from the current
ordinance increasing sewer ville propose is: ment plant from leaks in tne sewer a $5 minimum for water, up to $6. A 10,000 gallon sewer service
water rates but has not put the higher
5,000 gallons. 4,000 gallons the new
of 156
reduces the
lines which efficiency customer would pay $15.40 up
rates into effect. Commissioners were rate would be$4.90 based on the baseof $6.
the the current
JPRIDAY. waiting to see if the EPA grant would oA new clarifier,which separates liquid plant. $3.10 plus 4 times 45 cents ($1.80), a percent A commercial from sewer service user
actually come through before In- from solids in the treatment reduction. -
The rate Increase to come, some 20 10-cent would $15.40 under the proposednew
rates.,Now that the grant Is plant.The unit will replace a polymer is aimed The higher gallonage charge from pay $8.70
some users from currently a
assure percent on rates
the rates will have to go up., feeding system installed in 1972 when primarily at larger users. Engineers 35 to 45 cents per 1,000 gallons, will 77 percent increase.

The EPA grant agreement is for the .the federal government declared a Ruckman and Lucas have told the city mean a hefty increase for larger The increases are aimed at the
government to put up 75 percent of the moratorium on adding new council that 4,000 of water is about users. Bill for a 20,000 gallon user, for larger users meaning a switch from
money and the city 25 percent.That customers to the treatment system the break-even point in the current instance, would go from $10.25 now to heretofore charging less per unit as.
Oct. 15 means the city will have to come up because of the inefficiency in the and proposed rates. The aim is to not $15.10, a 47 percent increase. consumption goes up.
treatment of Sewer service rates also figure in
INS Football GamoBHS with _some $225,000 to complete the sewerage. hurt the small customer.

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.HS Stadium I P.M. I

MONDAY. Oct. II :Meeting: Set Tonight: to Authorize Bond Issue Procedure

INS 10th Orada Parantt 1 Spomor.
Mootlna-BHS Library. meeting of the Starke city when the is bid. Fees to attor- ,Viously talked with the bond attorneys Only policy decision the city council Clerk Tucker was sure to get a bond
7:00 P.M. A special project about his concerns for the ordinance, will be asked to make tonight is anticipation note form included in the
commission is set at 7pm. tonight nles and bond underwriters are basedon fund should be In- ordinance.A .
.. whether reserve
-- for the second the,, actual cost not the "We fine-tuned it... got it in a posi- a
School Board (Thursday,, Oct. 14)) project cluded in the bond ordinance. General $1.5 million to $2 million figure
C of the ordinance amount of bonds validated.The tion where we feel more comfortablewith
and final reading agreement Monday night is that'' it has been discussed for the electricaland
7:00 P.M. of certificates bond ordinance was it," said bond underwriter Bill
authorizing.. the sale revenue' 27-page would se a real good idea. sewer project contemplated by
to, finance utility Im. gone over with a fine tooth comb in afourhour.sesslon Johnson.
if the council.
TUESDAY. OctHCounry'Wat.ra Vernon Silcox Citing a time factor city coun- the
provements.. Monc"y night in the City commissioner the bond market The parallel electrical interconnection -
cil wants to get
: Musical Cancort and
,: City- attorney Terry Brown'and. Starke city hall by Umd attorneysJim Bobby .Biggs. Travis Woods late this year or early next. City At. with Florida Power Light is the
Ills Audltorlum7P.M. bond underwriter Bill Johnson in a Ault and Bobbie i'almer of the Charles Schaefer and bond trustee bond ordinance.
insisted for
Spo.f. Hl .by J..$,. Chapter FFA of ''Brad Carter for the torney Terry Brown the ordinance major reason
will recommend adoption firm of Carlton I and Fields of Tampa, were present and sell
...' .. ,' i be written so the money It will\ enable the city to buy
>- -* law bond Bill Johnson of the much of the time boringto'
the ordinance tonight: The new' underwriter of-
best City
be inserted resolution current at prices.
; > ..... Council layman figures can
S. the to sell bonds firm of Fisher Johnson; Allen and a.' session. Only Mayor
will not obligate city of the council, rather than by amend- ficials made a day-long trip to New
r.7100P.M. .but will enable it to begin proceedingsto Burke of SCPetereburg. sanitation Silcox, stuck it out to the end. ment of the ordinance. Such amend Smyrna Beach to Bee how that city'selectrical !
do so. Next step will be to advertisethe ;engineersvDon 'Ruckman and Jim All blank places for money figuresor ments must be advertised and' a tie works, and came away
SATURDAY.Oct.2'- ordinance and to have the bonds Lucas of Bessent. Ruckman, and < interest rates remained blank after
would slow .
n? '' lawtoy H.II__.. Carnival validated In ,'clrcuiC court here. Hammock of Jacksonville along with the work session. public hearing held,which highly Impressed.electrical tie is the ci-
"IT", s P'.M.. P P.M. .'A$4 million figure is still being used city clerk Neil Tucker CPA Pat Farnsworth The city; did learn Friday. it will the' Bond process.market Interest. rates have ty's alternative to increasing capacity
--- It Is receive for sewer system Improvements -
and ) Terry $494.000
'for validation :purposes. ;city-, attorney all its
been falling lately but the feeling is of its power plant or buying
.. Mooting the U.S. Environmental -
Brown understood all parties that figure Brown. Nobody was present from the from
interest rates will start back current from FPL which would mean
.... that up
10:00 A.M. At c." Is but the attornies say it Is bet. consulting electrical engineering firm Protection Agency, and
In the current
after the first of the after the national negotiating an Increase
ring lunch ter to err on the high side, rather than of Beck & Associates of Orlando the bond validation $4 million.figure year .
. ..". ... ..,... ..... . ",' '' ... not having, enough bonds validated l although engineer, Steve Stein had ob- was increased by that much. elections are over. FPL Is willing to sell the city: now.


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I, City Considering Purchase' of Used 1,250 Kilowatt Electricity Generator

month for 15! months at to each department, Schaefer said: bX Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. for city emplojeesonlj; not family
'.'.->r ". .f. .,''jr'i' is! the pur- he was caught off guard by Schaefer'smotion at $1,000 per f arose when
'l.vt ',t uwi 1,250 kilowatt capacity and he has questions how the no Interest Bowen added it was !lome'of the coverage. The question
: ttotfrrciiy:: ; jj experienced. It cost his depart- councilman Bobby JVTOner as the cftjtfs : employes a couple,
Starke that would push capacity of other plans.Schaefer. hour to have sand blown out of stop- ever
Ms town's power plant to some 6,000 pointed out the bond ped up sewers. The firm that is doing ment $27.50 for' an oil change, he representative on the North Cen- ed if the city would pay twice the
KW. trustees recommended the purchase. the work has a used truck for sale, according phinted out. The 109 hour charged to tral Florida Regional Planning Coun single premium. Councilman Jimmy
The generator is currently Clerk Tucker said the funds are to Utility Supt. Merrill Dees. the Police Dept. "killed me," Bowen cil. Crosby said if both man and wife
It was questioned whether Milnercan single premiums, the city
available from Canadian, Texas for available in the utility reserve account Pressed by the council, Dees said his said. carry
the bond has three or four months "Do I need to keep my tools at the represent the city as a voting would pay both, although that would
city's department
$:9f'J. It would the city'scurrently required
replace work for the sewer cleaning truck, house or what? I took them to the member of the regional board sincehe leave no coverage for any children In-
worn out and inoperableNo. issues. crank which will for it at$65 hour. It .. Police Dept. when I found out what Is no longer an elected city official. volved. .
:3 I Superior! 1,000 KW generator Schaefer also pointed out a pay per Director L.M.Gaines was ask-
Said Chief
The city had 30 days in which to act, shaft for the city's No.5 engine will was also suggested that the truck when they Bowen were, a mechanic billing me by,trade. Zoning ed to check that out with the Planning If the couple carries coveragefor
another town
and Clerk Neil Tucker was asked to cost $65,000. For $24.600 more the city might be rented to Council office in Gainesville. one member plus family
phone Canadian, Texas officials and can pick up a working engine, complete the city is not using it. advertisement for a e coverage, the city will pay for the
let Starke's interest in the engine be he said. The parts from the ci- Dees says many city sewer lines Authorized council's but not the fami-
and the policy on coverage
mixed district for mobile homes !Explained employee
known ty's No. 5 unit can be used on the ci- are stopped up with sand to the point
Commissioner Charles Schaefer ty's other four Superior generators, that water cannot get through them. perl anent residences, as suggested paying the health insurance premiumloan ly coverage.
moved that the council buy the he pointed out. Plus, his crew is finding leaks nobody
engine, but got no second to his mo- Schaefer pointed out a Starke con- knew existed. Last week city crews TroublesHampton
tion. tingent visited Canadian, Texas, were moving fast to stop a Call Street Hampton Has to Solve Garbage I
"Apparently, there is some problem operated the generator, and found it leak undetected before the clearing
here. I think it's all financial," to be to good shape after examiningthe operation started. residents without county did not finance them.
said Vernon Silcox.The mayor oil after the engine was run some were from the Bradford Sheriff'sDepartment
Mayor Marshall
Was told by Commission Schaeferthat trash pick up for a week after the City City Attorney Mary gave
until .
suggested putting the matter off six hours.In information about a grant
Council hired another contractor who the
Chief Jimmy Bowen knew Hodge has recently been qualifiedto
the Oct. 19 meeting to give the council would be wise to
that she thought app-
members with kuestions time to find other action, the council: the Police Department budget was quit soon after starting. use radar in the town of Hacspton. for.She also said that funds for the
Randy Gaskins, former garbage The from traffic citations is ly
information need to makea overspent in the car repair category. revenue
out the they recieved should be in
decision. Voted to purchase a used truck to That happened because of the way contractor,was called back to pick up anticipated to help pay the$225 for the: grant the city
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby said clean sewers for $15.0110( to be paid off Clerk Tucker is charging off repairs the garbage and trash for the city thecouncil's gun from the Outfitters gun shop in within a month.
.> regular meeting Tuesday, Starke.
Oct. 12, meeting. Hodge also mentioned that there THE BRADFORD
Bear SightedIn After considering the situation the should be a warrant out for someone
3 Commissioners Boycott Meeting. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Graham AreaA council decided to hire Gaskins for involved in the two guns and other
(From Page I A) another year,even though he charges equipment stolen from the City of Published every Thursdayat
bear has !born reported sighted In
$60 per month more than the other Hampton. 135 W. Call Street
lection said the non-attendance of the three commissioners at the called Graham by two residents. Including contractor, Wyatt Gardner. Gardner Newly elected Councilwoman Lola Starke, Florida 32091
meeting effectively killed the two-year effort which he has spearheaded."I'm mail carrier Charlene Manning. picked up garbage for one week and Williamson was appointed as the Fire
sure it's finished," Mosley said. Mrs. Manning Raw the bear! Satur Department representative for the CI- Second Class postage paid at
While expressing their feelings in no uncertain terms, volunteers attendingthe day. "It came out to the edge of the quit.City Council decided to take the$720 ty Council. She got the appointed at Starke FloridaSubscription
called meeting indicated they will continue answering fire calls as long as ditch, saw me, turned hack in the extra needed for the garbage pick up the request of the Fire. DepartmentHead
they can keep rolling. Mosley said that Brooker's truck has been down, and woods and ran" said Mrs. Manning. out of the contingency fund into the Harold Rush. Rates:
old truck until could get theirs repaired.A Thomas Arnold, 34. or Graham hasst't'n '
Council lent them
the Fire an they Sanitation Department. that he was in in-trade area: $10.00 per year
spokesman for the Theressa department said they would review the area the bear twice, once six weeks The council also voted unanimouslyto Rush also reported
tires months
they are now covering and request at the November commission meeting that ago and again.two weeks ago. accor- use Police Decartment money to the process of trying to get new $5.50 six
the size of their district be cut back. Since the folding of the Bradford ding to his father. Paul Arnold. purchase a .357 magnum handgun for for the fire truck using county Outside trade area: $11.00 per year
Volunteer Department, based in Starke, several months ago. the Theressa "We are afraid for small children in the town marshal John Hodge. Hodge He said he wanted the council to back six months
department has been answering calls up to the city limit line including Griffis the area near the road or playing!: the has been using a .38 caliber handgun the purchase of the tires in case the $6.00
Loop. They will probably ask that their area be drawn back to the Meng dairy yard." says Arnold who reported the
grade, which was its original northern boundary, the spokesman said. bear sightings to the Game and Fresh .
Mosley said that the Lawtey department,which gets some funding from the Water Commission.Fitth ,_
City of Lawtey, is in pretty good shape, and that Hampton has a new fire chief Lawtey Carnival Voters of Bradford County
and is operational at present Fry Set Oct. 16 Oct. 23
Mosley said, "One thing seems obvious. If the people in the unincorporatedareas Saturday,
want fire protection they had better speak up and let it be known." Hampton Firemen The annual Lawtey Halloween car I would like to thank all of you for the friend-
By nival has been set for Saturday, October when I visited you in
Hampton Volunteer Fire Depart- 23, from 5 to 9 p.m. .ly and courteous'receptions
ment will host a fish fry Saturday, Traditional smoked and fried your homes. I especially would like to thank

Earn Your High the Oct.Hampton 16, starting Fire at House.12-noon in front of each mullet, including dinners will baked be served beans and for$2.50 cole those of you who were able to support my cam-

Cost for the meal is $2.50 for adults slaw.There for school board member.
and $1.50 for children.Weatherization will be a costume contest, paign
with judging scheduled for 5 p.m. this Also I would like to congratulate Mrs.
School Raffle tickets are being sold for ,
DiplomaBy Program year.
Needs More Applicants an Atari! and a Remington shotgun Spengler and wish her the best as your school

taking the G.E.D. Test For further information call SuwaTinee River Economic Councilis and that the evening.drawing will be held at 8 p.m. board member for the next four years.

9646150. The Deadline for registering is October 20, in need of more applicants. for the In addition to classroom' booths,
Weatherization Program.The bingo will be held again this year with .
1982. Weatherization Program 'aids bigger and better prizes tnan before. Maxie
low income persons particularly the Also featured will be a dunking booth,
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Starke Gets Approval on $330,000; f.;HIJD Grant to !Improve Reno Area I t I. f"'

,\"rl"IoI \it a sixth federal grant around N'ov 1.The local office will for further HUD grants, but since the handles them for smaller cities suchas Street; Keller Street, from Brownleeto .In 1978 the $300.000 grunt the first
A "':'1J fro' '''as received: last! Thurs- have to wait until a letter of credit is three-year'' committment/ Is up, .it Is Starke. North, Pine, Ida to Reba and a one went to connect 29 homes tit citysewer
day, fI;'. 7, from the t;,S. Departmentof extended and should receive notification uncertain how further funding for Engineers for the project are Bes- bridge crossing was built over North service $55.000 to extend water
Housing/ ( and Urban Development of that. Starke will be viewed. Local officials sent,, Hammock & Ruckman of Street. and sewer facilities to those home,
'HI;.>, by the City irf Starke. It is the final year of three-year hope since the Starke project has Jacksonville. Project engineer is Jim The RJE gym was also completely $30,000 for a new roof and a newbasketball
The city; has received word within commitment from HUD "After this, been complemented for the efficient Lucas. rewired and new plumbing installed court installed in the RJE
'the past weeK 1 it will receive: over 1 don't know if we'll be working hereor way it has been handled that further A history of the previous five yearsof new basketball goals installed gym,$20,000 for new bleachers,a concession
UsfJO.Wj>' in federal grants. See article not," said Linda Poncier, funding will be considered, but, they HUD projects here, all in the Reno and the locker rooms painted in an stand, lighting for the
on a $4'4cxw EPA grant for sewer secretary of the Community Develop- ,don't know what will happen. area, is: additional $15,000 project.In baseball field. ,
system Improvements in this editionof ment Office in the Starke City Hall. Mayor Vernon Silcox said he read ..In the 1981 grant $184,000 wenftorehabilitate
the Tuififrupli. The new $330,000 grant will bring recently that the federal governmentwill 19 homes, a $79,000 con 1979 under a $300,000 grant 17 Biggest amount in 1978 was $145,000to
The HUD grant means that In (the HUD monies received since 1978 to a route all such rehabilitation funds tract was awarded to Master-Links homes were rehabilitated at a cost of pave Tom Hall Grove,Dell Keller,
coming year the 7-block target area in total of $1.6 million. By October 1983 through the various state govern Inc. of Middleburg to install water 150000. Another$93,000 went to pave Calvary, Jenkins Lamar and Larry
Reno will be recipient 'of $195,000 to the Reno area will have seen some 65 ments. Funds for larger cities are mains on Oake, Ida, Pine Estelle, Old Cooper Road, Mary Stret, part of Streets and a portion of Pine St. from
completely remodel 17 more houses, homes comlelely renovated and already administered by states, but Lawtey Road Cooper Road Hall Chestnut Oak St from /Chesnut to North to Ida.

$10,000 for clearance projects, and brought up to city code, plus water small cities were consideration Larry Calvary and North Strzets, Ida. Crum St. from Old Lawtey Roadto The Its foot in the door with
HO,000 for'public works such as new and sewer services and fire protec- they feared loss of com- plus $98,000 in other public works. Pine St., Florida St. from Oak to the initial city grant got in 1978, was refundedin
sewer and water lines. A specific list tion have been extended to the area, pared to larger cities. Pine and Old Lawtey Road from '79, then engineers Don Ruckmanand
of which streets will receive work was and many pf the streets in the area 'In 19110 $185,000 was allocated to Brownlee to Crum Street, and the Jim Lucas successfully wrote a
not available by press time. have been paved. Silcox is uncertain what the future redo 19 homes, $100,000 went to pave Jenkins Recreation Center was refur- for committment.
Work on the 82-83 project will'start Plans are now for the city to apply 'holds for HUD grants I if the'state Pine Street, from Brownless to North bished at cost of $15,000.of a 3-year

Silcox Mayor Again in City ReorganizationVernon BHS FFA Chapter Presents Country Western Music Oct. 19 I .

The KFA Chapter of Bradford High the BHS FFA, is donating his guitar and had a band since.he was
Silcox must be doing some era. Clerk Neil Tucker, however, ed by Commissioner Crosby for doinga
School with and the his eleven old.
along talents with
things rightbecause his fellow served on the council when Edwardswas lot of work for the city without Jocephus along band Jocephusand years
members have re-elected him major clerk. charging for it and by Mayor Silcoxfur ghost Rider Band will present a country the Ghost Riders, for this event in Jody has played for top names in
western musical concert Tuesday order to raise money for the buildingof the country field such as Con Hunley,
all council
of Starke and chairman of the council Commissioner Jimmy Crosby' Jr. attending meetings.
Oct. 19th at 7 at the Bradford Hank McClain
p.m. FFA Leadership Training Center. Williams Jr., Charley ,
.... for 198283. elected vice-mayor on a Police Chief Jimmy Bowen was
was High School] Auditorium. Is old and is in the The Kendalls Ernest
14 Tubb,
renamed with the Jody years Johnny
"I appreciate the opportunity, unanimous vote Commissioner dog catcher,
2 on Jody Wadsworth, who is a member ninth grade. He has been playing the Duncan, and Johnny Rodriguez
of whoeverhe
n said the 3-time mayor after the Travis Wood's motion. Crosby unop- responsibility appointing
: unanimous vote on Commissioner posed In the recent election, is beginning wants to catch the dogs.
: Charles Schaefer's motion. Silcox, an his second term on the council. All current policemen on the
s insurance salesman said his work Commissioner Woods, after payroll Oct. 1 were reappointed.The of
. load has changed this year Riving him defeating Joe Williams for the second term of Bond Trustee Charles A Year SufferingNow
: more time to devote lo the city job. straight time, is also beginning his second Francis is up. Mayor Silcox asked
: Mayor Silcox and Clerk Neil Tucker term. that it be ascertained if Francis will S
:: have been working closely togetherthe Newest council member is Commis- serve again, and left the unpaid posi- EndingFor p
: past two years. sioner Bobby Biggs who was installed tion open.
: Beginning his 12th year on the council ) 05.. There are also two posts open on the
: Silcox served as chairman in The commission reappointed Terry city zoning board and Mayor Silcox over a year I had been suffering from severe
: 1979-80, then became chairman again Brown as city attorney and Pat Welchas also put off those and all other appointments headaches numbness in my face and pain in other areas of
: in 1981-82. Silcox and veteran com city surveyor. Brown was kidded until a future date. Silcox ,
: missioner Schaefer, beginning his about his reappointment being contingent asked council members to be lookingfor my body. I've seen general practioners, specialists and a
:: 11th year on the council are the only t on getting the new draft of the city residents willing to serve in neuro-surgeon. I've had assorted tests and x-rays and
L holdovers from the Merrill Edwards city charter ready. Welch was prais- the appointive capacities. unaffordable doctor bills and medicine costs.

Nothing seemed to work until my husband convincedme

to see a chiropractor. I thought they were quacks.
Stance Elementary School News I just can't help but say thank you Dr. Dopson for immediate major relief in just this

short time. I have hope of leading a reasonably normal life. I believe God will bless
Tues., Oct. 19 Pictures taken with charge of the Country Store at our now
Reminders Tonight Thursday,
: carnival this Mrs. Maria God first then family and practice. I love seeing your
carnvial work session in SES Leonard Studios. year. your work because you put your
cafeteria 7:30: p.m. Wed., Oct. 20 Report cards go Walker is chairman of the booth. family's pictures on the walls! I know you love them.
7pm.school advisory council home. Please try to attend the carnival work normal loads and turn head every way
I'm now able to bend, pick up household my
s session tonight from 7:30: to 8:30: p.m.
Mrs. Trtstone, Grade 2
Thomas.meeting with principal Charlie All second!! grade classes are in Star students obey all rules and with out that severe pain. I also have no numbness anywhere, and I smile a lot and sing a

show respect and courtesy to others. lot.
This six weeks star students are: Jim-
don't have to take medicines more except six aspirins
my Parado, Adam Gaskins, Angel Thanks again and again. I any
Hammond and Patti Boggess. This since I've started treatments.
I Girl Scout News week the stars are: Ryan Reddish, Lovingly in Jesus,
,.i Kendra Thomas and Donna Robbins. Martha Robinson

by Carolyn Eaves oJ Mrs. Winkler. Grade 1
All leaders and assistant leadersare A Jeff Evans and Tamara Ellerson
reminded of the QSP dinner at Hope it is never to late to say thank made 100 on all their spelling tests Dr. Ronald Dopson Chiropractic
: Western Steer at 6:30: p.m. tonight you..under many papers on my deskI this six-weeks.
(Thursday). found where Hampton Troop 55 Super good citizens this sixweeksare 864 N. (US 301)) Temple Ave., Starke
In addition to QSP information we camped at KOA in Starke in May and Dana Newsome, Chris Wall Amy J"onday.thru Friday 964.8018 i
will have a brief mf' 1ing. Finally wanted to thank them for everything. Parrish and Andy Nichols. .

plans are being made for the The scouts really enjoyed the over ,- ..
neighborhood campout''Friday thru night. They cooked breakfast over an

Sunday at Camp Chowenwaw. At this open fire,. swam and sleep in tents. f'
time about 210 scouts idim-Bradfordt: Also thanks,to the lifeguards.''N,dinf ', -""' 'it ;;r- '.'-. --,: < i
and Union Counties will be travelipg ito I'Green and Theresa Ricks.. "I\ *; I n I f: ?
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Troops are reminded to sent their Long, Donna Lackey, Deanna ,
forms in to Council or give to Marta if Dailey Kim Smith Nichole Clark,
have completed the summer Angie Mitchell Tina Branham, Cindy
Thomas, Polly Woods, plus high yield.
Mexico patch. Micelle Jill for today: Safety
Brownie Troop 690 made tacos and Wood, Carla Guida
enjoyed Pinata at a recent troop Powers Jeannie Rowland, Tracy
meeting as they completed the patch. Youngblood and Christa Wood.
Cheryl Furrow, Senior Troop 669, Adults were Faye Lackey, Faye choose maturity date
went'gn the Council opportunity to Dairey, Rita Guida and Betsy Hersey. In these chaotic economic times, safety should Renewable Certificate-you a
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Tkinday,. i5.Whaler on a Bun french fries* french fries.Wedneld.y..
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Kiln she3% 'Lake Described by' JSaBv Writer as One of Florida's Wonders

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It, tj"w'r; ': v/ii.4: twittvGah; pBli 'lake's "dual ,"fhe ,the thick, green' foliage,ih tower}
tI't.r.1t: in full swing *..11 World War Tttrgrapti, writer commented: oaks and magnolia, festooned with i
.If lrifr.tr) Replacement Training Spanish moss; the summer cottages,
f>r.t"'r,11.I..rgp"/ "< undertook to Kingsley! Lake has two sides. formerly used only during June,July,

enightrn the service men, then enr One-rthe east side-is the hot, sandy, and August, but' now occupied the
camped 'III the hot, sandy, shadeless sunny side, with scarcely a shade year 'round by families of service ( jTeft Y
east kid 6f Kingsley I Lake, to another tree; now inhabited by thousands of men.
tide,of the "Silver Dollar," as wartime soldiers statihned at Camp Blanding,
fliers nicknamed the round bodyof largest Infantry Replacement Centerin In order to introduce this "otherside"
friends (drill in
to our new who
water because of Its appearance the U.S.
Ir'om the air. the hot sand under a blazing July sun, e
The other-the west side-is like we are repeating an article on
In an article commenting on the stepping into another world. Here isI Kingsley written several years ago by
the late II.E. Lagergren, a pioneer
Starke surveyor and contributor of In-
lEDITORIALi teresting articles to this newspaper.Mr. .
I Lagergren did not live to see the
influx of Army personnel' to the east
side of the lake, but his article will
give our new friends different

I New Is WelcomeWith perspective on a spot that is' truly one
Industry of nature's loveliest. ,. hww

Mr. Lagergren wrote:

many other parts of such a transaction entails.It Kingsley Lake is one of the wondersof

the suffering the loss is also notable that River- Florida. In remote ages it started '
country side Uniforms asked for no business as a sink hole, which must "t, ; :. ':
due to present
of economic conditions the news concessions in making its has have not been been of filled enormous up by all depth the,earth as it --......,.....-';-" ...!,...,-'-, .":

thiy week that Starke and decision to come to Starke, which later, through caving and erosion

Bradford County are 90 per- and received none, other than settled into it, leaving longslopt'S Sunday baptismal service in clear waters of Kingsley.

cent of getting a new one the "in-kind" service of "a lot nearly all around. It was, no
here by January 1 is doubly of leg .work" provided by the doubt singular, round circumstance when first formed is that, and its a constructing and operating the locks resembling,at a distance, a (great sea During the 1880s the north, west,

welcome. cooperating local agencies.The roundness was preserved while the nccessvry to lift ships across the high serpent, frightening the uninitiated. and south sides of the lake were

Best of all, it is a moderate- company purchased the filling process was going on. elevation of Trail Ridge.) Flying squirrels would enter the cottages populous and the orange groves were
Edwards Road site from the Mr. Lagergren's article continues: at night and busy themselveswith many and very productive. There
sized plant that will place no for The lake is near the summit of Trail carrying away light articles. In were a few stores, churches, a school
undue strain on Starke's abili- Development Authority Ridge, an elevation of land that There is a legend that the lake was the morning, the old man of the house and the area boasted of three post of.
ty to take care of its needs, $1,000 an acre, and asked for begins in southern Georgia and endsin named for Zepheniah Kingsley,an ex- had to search for his pipe and mat- ices: Kingsley on the north side;
and one that will have no objectionable no tax breaks or other ser-. the lake region of Clay and Putnam tensive planter of St. Johns County ches and his wife for her thread spools Ionia! on the west; and Lakeview on
features such as vices. It's proposed plant counties. One of the periodical cross- early in the last century because he, and snuff box. the south. But the freezes of the 90s
by Indians, swam on killed the trees and of
addi- orange many
excess noise. should be an important The land is sandy, so much so that
air pollution or horseback across the lake-an impossible the settlers moved away.
.. earry
Important also is the fact thatit tion to property values in the Oldest, Highest feat.Actually,it had not been the early settlers the Silcoxes, -
and will contribute its when Davis Prevails, and Stricklands-had to cut Now the shores are mostly deserted
substantial county named as late as 1831
will have a Lake in State let the sand out the when
tax holes in their shoes to except during summer people -
Thomas ,
which should helpease fair share of a government surveyor from Starke and elsewhere
payroll meandered around it, for he mentioned as fast as it came inl! But except for move
of the revenue. out to enjoy the pleasures that the fine
the effects present
it only as an "open lake, which the scrub land on the southeast side,
in landing state canal carried throughthis
Starke is fortunate surveys body of water and the beautiful
recession, just now beginningto sect ion in 1909,found that the lake seems to be round." the soil is good if rains are normal. It afforded. Only the cats
of industry stay
this this type is rich two three feet down as it scenery
be felt in area. surface is 170 feet above sea leveltenfeet as or
several Indian around making a living
which is willing to its way Many years ago is for land and year good by
of pay on top, gophers
The industry, a pilot plant higher than the courthouse lot in mounds could be seen on the west side catching minnows, flying squirrels,
Riverside Corporation of in marked contrast to some Starke, Editor's note: this refers to of the lake, but they have since been salamanders have turned it over to and salamanders.

Moultrie, Ga is coming hereas who wangle everything they the old courthouse site), and five feet flattened down until only one is now that depth.
from the community higher than the depot grounds. An the old George
a result of the combined efforts can stationed recognizable, near
there for
of the Chamber of Commerce where they propose to locate. several engineer months was to watch the fluctuations Thomas southeast of place.the lake Some once stood distance a tree FORESTRY

and the Bradford Coun- We welcome Riverside of the water and determine on which: was carved the figure of a
ty Development Authority Uniform Rentals to our midst whether the lake could furnish sum- man. It was said that a U.S. Army
which have worked with of- and feel confident it will proveto mit water for a local canal. lie paymaster was interred there (in In- IN BRADFORD COUNTY T J]
in iron- be a good neighbor and a measured the depth at many places, dian War days), but that before his II
ficials of the company but his 78-foot long lead line often fail- capture he had buried the money neara By David Nor ton .
ing out the many details that real asset to the community. ed to find bottom. A depth of 92 feet branch in the neighborhood.Along Bradford County Forester
has been recorded, but this is probably
much short of the greatest Horse Hole branch could be
What Mr. Reagan Says depth. seen many excavations made by Last week was fire preventionweek fire, just the same.
treasure hunters. Robert Keith, a so I imagine everyone was ex-
I The lake is fed from ground water pecting to seen an article on forest The county has been blessed with
And What He DoesIn seeping in from the surrounding fires. No, I wasn't trying to fool you, more than adequate+ rainfall this
highlands, and the lake does not flqc- Circular Shape nor did I forget to write such an article year. Even though most of the
tuate more than a couple of feet. Distorts Sound Lately my boots have been so woodland areas are wet, winter is
(Note: State geologists say that _._ soaked, that somehow an article on rapidly approaching and we should
his usual glib manner of tempting to make a campaign Kingsley is the oldest, highest, and forest fires just didn't seem ap consider forest fire prevention prac-

shrugging off problems Pre- issue of the spurious amend- lost stable lake in this section of Starke justice of the peace propriate. tices which will kelp the woodlands

sident Reagan used to say thata ment. Florida, or perhaps the entire state. speculated so much over the matter, safe from the destructive diets of
few small branches Smokey the bear did show up at wildfire. Specifically, these practicesare
recession when Although a empty till at last he dreamed that the
was youg
The Reagan record is no into the lake, 1t is also fed by' innumerable buried, on the north side both the county 4-H fire prevention fireline plowing aid prescribed
neighbor lost his job, and a depression in foreign af- treasure ? >granv nd"ther>thomecomingparade. of
more reassuring springs, which can' tie" of Black Creek (the North Prong of, ;pn burning- Both; thee practices
was when you lost ,fairs,, -.according. .Mr., identified by swimmers .. "cold which rises in Kingsley Lake). He '> While he was present,he was-. :]I {ht4ulif'bar! GVjwArtfty-ijtprinS! the clOiw.iw"
your own. 'Buf now[; will}'the' Rqston's evaJuatibn"Hei.came ; spots" in the water. A'scuba diving went there and made some ex:,ava-y,.'informed that the firtrjlaJnage was."*> ( montMJ ,diisq: bm.

unemployment 'rate soaring to office promising to team from Fort Bragg;N.C., trainingat lions resembling giant doodle holes, loWthatltToulrmTberettHded.With : These two practices are serviceswhich

into the two-digit bracket the unify the Atlantic alliance, but reported Blanding finding several a swift years underwater ago, but he found nothing but pure silica the growing importance of can be provided by the I)ivisionof

situation is no longer one to has divided it over trade with current, a mile orf so: offStrickland's sand. residential construction in Bradford Forestry, upon request on a cost
with wisecrack. quarter The saucer-like shape of the lake County, fire prevention within the basis. If you desire either of these
pass off a the Soviet Union more landing. Divers said die and its banks, aided by circling wind home would be most appropriate and types of services or more information
Over 11 million Americans, time stream was so swift that they could should warrant the most attention
seriously than at any currents furnish acoustic phenomenawhich regarding these services call IW4-5436!
without jobs will not be amus- since World War II. He not cold stand that up in they it, and could the not water remain was often confuse newcomers. during F'ire Prevention week. Here's or contact your County Foresler's office -
ed. so Noises can be heard from long hoping everyone was careful with for assistance.
wanted to keep China and the long even in their wet suits. The

The Charlotte (N.C.) Ob- Soviet Union apart but by his source of the stream was not found, distances different, but from generally their from real a source direction -, .... -, ... ... -. .. .-. ... '.
but it is believed to be a large subter-
server reminds us that John ambiguous policy on providing spring. The proposed canal and are curiously magnified and
Mitchell Richard Nixon's at- arms to Taiwan he may route, connecting the St. Johns River distorted. Even hogs, when called to

torney general, once urged be encouraging them to get with the Gulf of Mexico, would have be fed,are sometimes misled and run

critics of the Nixon adminis- together." followed Black Creek, passing away from the caller instead of : ,
through Kingsley Lake and Alligator Jtoward him. ; { :t\j\ :
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what .
tration to "judge us by" While deficits and foreign Creek to Santa Fe River and the Long ago, otters were plentiful ... ,. ,
do not what we say. But later the shores, and would .
we policies may be brushed over Suwannee. This route was along '' '
Ronald Reagan hws it discarded because of the high cost of sometimes swim in single file ).'. 'J<'' '
The by Mr. Reagan saying one L ; :' :( .b' < .t !:.t: ;t'
backwards, says thing and' doing another, un- .' ., ..,r,
Observer. "He is ayking the employment-which touches t, ---- : .. '. :. \1.ii

American people to judge him the lives of 11.3 million County Agentsnotebook By .- ..'... ,. '\r '. '_,,'

by what he says not what he Americans--is a horse of i. '. '; :" :. "' ,y. ,
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betj een what Mr. Reagan didates in the General Elec- .

says and does have been tion, less than three weeks ", w r

pointed out by James Reston from now.
his Washington column: While commercial production of about six inches deep down the mid-
in The lingering recession 'strawberries is concentrated in a few dle of the beds. If you're just starting

"At home, Mr. Reagan is would be handicap enough areas of our county, they can be to grow strawberries you should also I
.: ending the fiscal with a but when coupled with the grown in home gardens throughoutour include a complete mixture of minor
year billion. highest rate of joblessnesssince area. This week I'll discuss elements in the first season fertilizer 1 iiiiiii.fiitiiHJ.irn
deficit of around $150
of strawberries and how to grow them. application.When .
He has proposed a $92 billion, the Great Depression By nature strawberry plants are the bed 's' properly formed

or 50 percent increase in the the 1930s it becomes a serious perennial. But for various reasons we fertilized and moistened..cover with a National. 4-H Week Observed Here,.. .A 1
hurdle to overcome. While raise them as an annual crop in our sheet of one to one-and-a-half mil 4
the next
: defense budget over "Striving to make!the best better"was exactly what these 4-lt'ers{ were doIng
the This is the
two in area.The time to set new plants in black polyethylene plastic.
campaigning ago
and his years afternoon. Oct. Z, at Bradford Center.
three years, projectedtax garden is from now through late recommended mulch for strawberr- Saturday Square Shopping
cuts amount to $131 billion the industrial Midwest Mr. November. When winter comes the ries in our area. Then,cut slits In the Stressing the health theme of fire safety Derrick Dowdy, Annette
him Reagan said that unemployment will be in- Balkcom, and Melissa May started 4-H and Fire Prevention Week off with
I by 1985. This would leave cool nights and short days will cause plastic where the plants
not with the balanced budgethe there was "not the recession the plants to begin flowering. Flowers serted. In the culture method we're enthusiasm and a booth entitled Fire Safety.
4-H'ers will be at the booth again today (Thursday, Oct. 71 from 3-5
be in p.m.
of should set.
but with the that he (Jimmy formed after the last killing frost discussing, plants
promised handing:out fire safety labels.
Carter) speaks of-it's depres- early spring will develop into fruit. double rows. one row on each side
most spectacular deficit in Berry production and harvest con- of the bed about six inches from the 4-h news
history of the Republic." sion. The unemploymentrate tinue throughout the spring. As the edge. Plants should be space twelve Hall, Becker Attend
is much worse now than it weather gets warmer and the days inches apart in the row Be sure that Can you sew. cook, grow plants fixa
And in the face of this staggering was then but again Mr. grow longer, the plants will stop producing no plants are set directly over the fer- School Legislative car, or just listen and be a friend to
deficit Mr. Reagan Reagan has changed his tune berries and start forming run- tilizer band down the middle of the Committee MeetingThe a young person? Well, you belong in

has.resorted. to demagoguery to suit his political needs. ners. The runners take root and bed because this can certified lead to,salt disease burn. annual meeting of the 4-HI You don't have to be an expert 'in
Most home
become new plants. Be,sure to use
by proclaiming his "deep these and them moist before Legislative Committee of the Florida any topic to have a 4-H Club. That's
He accused the gardeners destroy plants free plants. Keep
recently School Board Association (FSBA)
burning anger" over the in moist soil. one of the fun parts about helping a4H
the and
in fall.
'; Democrats of trying to makea start over again' planting plant was held Sept. 24-25 at the Gold Key club, can learn right along
I failure of the House to pass Strawbemes can be grown on just Spread the roots in a fan shape, set you
the proposed constitutional "political football of this about all the soil types we have In our the plants at the correct depth in the Inn in Orlando. with the 4Hers. All you really donateis

amendment mandating a cruel fate (unemployment) area. Our sandy soil with a good quan-- soil/and pack the soil firmly around Bradford County's designated your time and that's the greatestgift ,
But matter is the best. to this committee you can give to young people to-
for so many people. tity of organic the roots.A representatives is
'I I balanced budget. He asked since he used the same unemployment Strawberries like well drained soil few sprays at about three week school board member Pat Spengler. da!there
i voters to "count heads and which is moist but not wet. intervals for diseases and insects School board member Rodney Hall are benefits in volunteeringfor
1 take names" and punish those issue against Carter It's important to plant strawberry should keep your plants healthy, and and school board member-elect Judy you too. Do you have a favorite
j--i: House members who did not m 1980 it seems that whetheror ''varieties which have proventhemselves you can look forward to some good Becker participated in the Saturday hobby that you just can't seem to find
L ; time for? Why not teach a small
whichhe not unemployment is a under our growing conditions. eating next March. session.
,1 i support the amendment group of youngsters your hobby tool
: political football depends on Our best commercial varieties -----
/1{; himself.would be the first You will also have an opportunity to
., The Charlotte who's kicking.the ball. are Sequoia and Douglas. Other really contribute to youth development -
':, to violates varieties adapted to our area are
comments that Just another example of the FlorMabelle. All of these (especially tf you are a parent of
newspaper Dover tiiiiiiip. least
one of the 4-H'ers).Last, but not
:' : "The actor-president was wide abyss between what Mr. varieties will do ./eliin your garden.We 4-H work can be fun. Nothing lifts

.. never more an actor and less Reagan says and what he recommen : planting strawberries feet- your spirits faster than seeing your
beds which
while at- does. on raised are two group of kids learn something new
a president"i than 1879 MEMBER
two feet
#i: wide and spaced apart. while making you a ,kid again
'. beds should be mounded so they're six JOHN M. MILLER Publishers
: < BOD G. FERGUSON: -. yoursetL"Volunteer"
inches high along the edges and about it be looked at as
; eight inches high in the middle.In PvblltheJ each Thursday and entered U Second Czar Matter a' the' can
r-t something to take your precious
preparing the beds you begin Poet Offic at Starke. Fla. under Act.f March 3, 1879. time up youth
1.1-1 ... or it can mean helping
f ,. '' .: with fertilization. For a ten-by-ten for J p 4.t ', develop Into responsible,
: ; strawberry patch broadcast about Subscription rate In trade area: 110 Per Y..., t4 Sis Moatlui ;' 'V4 : knowledgeable adults. Won't you
1'1:1, -- J'/4 pounds of.-fertilizer andpad* Outside trade area: $11 Per Year W.50 Six Month make it all it can be and volunteer for

: '::"r "u it into the soil. Then. form the beds Pkoae(904)964-4305 Starke,Florid S2091 4-H today? To learn more about 4-H
and another Vft of fertilizer
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October U, 198:: TELEGRAPH Pare S.\

: Valerie Akridge Richard Alvers
The Social SideI

Wed Sept. 25 in KeystoneMiss

GladysMooty Of The

Society'Editor' Valerie Denise Akridge, Gina Knit as her maid of honor who
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar G. wore yellow taffeta gown
11 Akridge, and Richard Earl Alvers, overlaid with lace. She wore a halo of
IWIPO 964-7608 News son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Alvers, yellow daisies in her hair and carrieda
of bronze and yellow
O all of Keystone Heights, were mar- nosegay
ried here September 25 at 7 p.m. in daisies and sweetheart roses.
the Community Church. Her only other attendant was her
sister, Mary Francene Akridge, who
The Rev. Buddy Friedlin performed -
Edward's Welcomes
St. the
identical to
appeared in a gown
the nuptial rites before a heart
New Pastor. 1 f shaped candelabra, which was flank- maid of honors.
ed by two tree candelabra's entwined Flower girls were Alison Lentz and
Father Joseph Finley
Trish Davis and ring bearer was
with white, yellow and bronze daisies
Reverend Father Joseph F. Finleywas and yellow enchantment lilies. Kevin Crosby.
Following the ceremony, a recep-
recently appointed Pastor of St.Edward's Mark Dykes, pianist, accompanied
held in the Community
: vocalist Natalie Minor in several tion was
Catholic Church in Starkeby
Church Fellowship T'all.
Bishop John J. Snyder. His selections. in fall colors -
: Two silk arrangements
Mark Maxwell served as the bridegroom's
at San Jose ;
previous assignment was of orange and yellow in addition to
best man and ushers were
where he was
Catholic in Jacksonville enhanced
two candelabras, by
Bernie Akridge and Ken Alvers
associate pastor for six years. ,: The bride appearing in a gown of flowers, decorated the reception hall.
Father Finley hails from Belfast in v f white trimmed in chantilly Two bouquets of yellow sweetheartroses
Northern Ireland where his parents.
accented with white yellow
lace in marriage by her
was given
and sisters still reside. He was I father. dasies'! and babies breath com-
educated at the Irish Christian I Ir
plemented the bride's table.
Brothers' Schools, and after graduation Her gown featured a Queen Anne The table was further inhanced by a
Father Joseph V. Finley neckline, a fitted bodice covered with
In 1958 he iMr
entered the Seminary
three tiered wedding cake topped by
New Pastor of St Edwards lace and sheer organza bishop sleeves
was ordained a Priest. yellow icing sweet The cake,
which were caught at the wrists in a peas.
In the years following ruffled flounce. which also contained a fountain, was
St. Edward's Parishioners Finley was Director of Vocations and The A-line skirt featured a tiered separated by pillars decorated by
Attend Former Pastor's Assistant Director of Enclosed figurine cupids.
ruffle effect which flowed back into
Retreats. lIe also.conducted Parish of The couple will make their home on
attached train
an chapel length
Church DedicationOn Missions and Renewals in Ireland and lace. Bedford Lake following a wedding

England.In the bride's face she chosea trip through four of the mountainous
To frame ,
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 26, 1970 he came to the U.S. where he states.
dedication of the new St. John the substituted at St. Monica's in Miami. double layer of rolled edged attachedto finger- The bride is a 1982 graduate of the
veil of illusion which
Evangelist Church was held in Hialeah was his next move where he tip was Keystone Heights High School and is
camelot covered in
Chiefland. Father Patrick Foley, was associate pastor at Immaculate a cap cor- now employed at Miller's Super
lace and accented
by tiny
former pastor of St. Edward's, has Conception. He then formed a new responding market in Keystone.The .
served as pastor of this Mission since parish on Biscayne Blvd., St. Mar- seed She pearls.carried of bride groom is a 1979 graduateof
February of 191)0.) Father John Dux, a tha's. While there he was also Mrs'IUchard a nosegay the KHHS, attended St. Johns
and E. Alvers sweetheart roses complemented by
former Chiefland pastor, served as Chaplain to the North Miami General daisies, babies breath and River Junior College in Palatka and is
Master of Ceremonies at the special Hospital. West Palm Beach was his Youth Emphasis ObservedAt The bride was attended greenery.by Miss presently assistant manager of Pic
Mass when St. Augustine Bishop JohnJ. next assignment to St. Juliana's. and Save Drug Store in Palatka.
Snyder blessed and dedicated the Next he moved to St. Patrick's in Ella Lee HallLuncheon Starke Church of God

church and parish facilities. Jacksonville. From there he went to HonoreeMiss
The ceremonial procession included his previous parish of San Jose in The Starke Church of God Youth: I Color Photos Not Acceptable I II
the Gainesville Knights of Colum- Jacksonville.As Ella Lee Hall,whose marriageto Department observed National Youth
bus. Among priests participatingwere pastor of St. Edward's In Starke, Dale Haas will be an event of Nov. Day Sunday, Oct. 10, with special all I Color photographs will no photographs come out acceptably
former Chiefland pastors Father Finley will also take care of 27, was honored at a luncheon Satur- day services beginning with I longer be accepted by the when re-photgraphed and screened
Father Roland Julien, Father John the spiritual needs at Lawtey Correc- day given by Mrs. Charles Darby and breakfast for approximately 75 young!: Telegraph for ,use in the as is necessary to reproduce
Gillespie and Father Anthony Sebra. tional Institute, Butler Transit Unit Mrs. II. M. Hatcher, Jr. at the home people.All newspaper.Henceforth. them in the newspaper. But,
Msgr. Harold Jordan, also a formerSt. and the Resident Medical Center at of the latter on E. Call Street. the Sunday school classes were! please submit a more often; they come out grey,
Edward's pastor, attended along Florida State Prison. Luncheon was served in the family taught or assisted by the youth,, black and white photograph with or completely black.
with Father Michael Williams of Father Finley succeeds Father Ed- room which held several ar- followed with the youth being I ir I articles, including engagements
Keystone Heights; Msgr. Patrick ward K. Rooney who has been com- rangements of hydrangeas, zinnias charge of the morning worship hour,. and wedding announcements.This This policy is to improve the
Lennihan of Jacksonville, and Father missioned to form a new parish of St. and chrysanthemums at points of in. There was a youth choir and special[ policy is necessary quality of the newspaper we bring
Thomas Gordon of Lake City. Six Luke's in Middleburg. terest. The three dining tables were singing in the morning and evening:. because the Telegraph is unable to you and cooperation of our
parishioners were installed by Bishop On Sunday, Oct. 10, some 75 covered with white cutwork cloths service. The pastor, Rev. Wallet to reproduce color photographs readers in this matter will be
Snyder as Special Ministers of the parishoners honored Father Finlay at and held centerpieces of yellow pom Montz, brought an inspiring message! with any degree of consistent greatly appreciated.
Eucharist a covered dish picnic lunch at the poms. Place cards marked the using the theme for Youth Day "(o'acE! Qua IIty. Sometimes color -The EditorFORTUNE'S
Following the Mass a covered dish home of Mr. and Mrs.. Francis Mzngon seating arrangement for the 12 guests Your Music."
dinner was served in the parish hall. Hampton Lake. He was presentedwith which included Mrs. Fernie Moody, ........
Movie slides of building progress of a decorvtfed cake inscribed, mother of the honoree and Mrs. W. S.
the church were shown and narratedby "Welcome, Father Finlay." Haas, mother of the prospectivegroom.

Father Foley. .
Among those attending from St. Ed- Chili The hostesses presented the CONDITIONAlthough
ward's were Mrs. Peggy Shaller, Friday, Oct. 22 honoree with a silver tray as a :

Mrs. Mary Humphries, Mrs. An- There will be a Chili Luncheon,witha memento of the occasion.
toinette Stefanelli, Mr. and Mrs. Bob choice of iced tea or coffee, servedto
Brown, Mrs. Ann Gingras, Mrs. the public at the Woman's Club of DID YOU KNOW.....
Therese Aston, Mrs! Mary Gissy, Mr. Starke on Friday, Oct. 22, from 11:30: IN RESERVE
and Mrs. Richard Coss, Miss Rhian- a.m. to 1:30: p.m. The cost is $2.50 (tax Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller spent STRENGTH
non Bott, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael included). Friday to Sunday in Melbourne
Gilhooly, In addltion'there will be a choice of visiting Mr., and Mrs. Edgar Gunler.

.. At Mass enlarged that Holy same,Family evening Clur, thenewly \\:1.: ., '-centa homemade perservingr'rr desserts .and, v..t!jello! 'at:- 50' '.'...,,. ,.....,.,. '. ...I, "',....,itt! ta;:,...N it'*. ;' '.'.' "f? ''' .' /' rhe e.G ongriny today,continues to test the abilities "
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and parish hall in 'WVlIiston were"blessed Take-out orders will be availableEveryone : of businesses'everywhere, Fortune Federal's billion- .

Foley has by also Bishop served Snyder.as pastor Father of this is welcome. ii;i dollar strength and 48 years of experience continue to

church since early 1980. keep us in the top 100 associations in the country. We

-'j'uri parishioners'g'n this received Mass three the have strength in reserve and we have exciting plans for

Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation ACE HEATING BARGAIN the future. Fortune Federal is evolving into a full-service

and Holy Eucharist from were installed Bishop 'w financial institution, and we will soon be offering many
Ten parishoners
Snyder. KEROSUNoff
as Special Ministers of the SAVE MO00 : new products and services that will take care of all ourcustomer's

&::5)ji.t h tr.;-Eucharist.Father Dux by the served Bishop.as Master of regular price financial needs. We've reserved our place in

;-k S ( ; Ceremonies at this special Mass also $14995 the future, and you con preserve your financial future

,\' i attended priests. by Youth former members pastors and of area the Ip I IFI OMNI I with Fortune.

2'\'\' A- Parishes played musical instruments

it;: f'\jf and sang at both Masses. Breakfast DOA\ KDOF DIM:CTORS

::::- followed in the parish, ) iaJk ""-.- A. Rated at C JOHN RAYMOND D 'WEGEIChollmon Choirmonof'
I'' 5* Mr> and Mrs. ;t rancis Mengs? : Statement of ConditionAS Executive Commute*
: .t.i'JN represented Jsr.Edward's at the Holy jt 8,700 BTU's I DAN V CARLISLE
-1:; Pamilyssata.. f- '". 3 hour OF CLOSE OF DUSINESS WILLIAM, GOZA
; !'t\Jcick, bIIE < September 30. 1982 WILLIAM H CHANDLER
;'f G'ro yM Sweat t' ill Assets TORODE
"ti 1'Pj d1k# 22 '""tiJ Cosh on Hand and I lACK VEGHTE
.:to Wed: t. r in BanksInvestments i 6,:322.16 44 ROT A WORKMAN. JR
"' ; Mr a MrSE Jack Hall of Hampton Radiant 8 and SOUTH\ HNELLAS REGION ADVISORY HOARD
.. announce tbe engagement and ap- ; -11f /r Securities' 77 561.96321: S 6 .664.1J2: 65 FREDM FISCHER
: $ u
)t. their .. AscCURNONnTImrallmenr
'ap ngfiAiarriage'-of 1.090626908 32 ;t1
.tlr: ) 1 Rated at 8200 BTU's hour Mortgage Loons D
s':s,.J dau hter;"'.Jackie' Rae, to Gregory i / per Loons 28563307.77: : JOSEPH!SCHEFF

r weatson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon 11,35729653: NORTH FLORIDA' REGION ADVISORY HOARD
i'. .. S66.967.02
iI'ii 0' : pa e will be married Oct. 22H3Bi P.eoIEslOleOwned EARL POWERS
tr}fJ"at. at White Sands Lake. 8650 Normandy Blvd. 786-6265 Loons Mode to Facilitate, Sale STEPHEN DENMARK
L' ftja.: invited ,; of Real EsrateFederal . . 1.118613 1 TOM'W DOOSON
; l'rIr and relatives are
r.ti / All friends 2 ml Wetl o' 1-295 and Normandy Intersection E L MATTHEWS
If ........ Home Loon
!)-'td attend, .:>| -' ... 8911.70000 WN ROBINSON
\ Dank Stock
F"ed"-'sLe5050ep'ecofJon, 17.940.11032 A J THOMAS JR

Deferred Losses on Securities EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
'LOCAL ANNUAL MEETINGFarmers and Loans Sold JONNDSwEGERChomonoFt.Doord,
C RAYMOND LEE Chairman. of'he
Other Assets 13.05371774: : LEON R nHHAMMOCK.. Preside m and Managing, Oil.'cer
Mutual Exchange TOTAL ASSETS t1 258022 75401 JAMES PHILLIPS Senior Ve Pendent Lending
JAMES EMERSON Vic*President Finance
lJabBHl.sandNlrWorth .' KAYDEGEN Secretory
Savings Accounts 51.146 690 527 90
26 636: 044 70 VICE PRESIDENTS
Demand Accounts
Annual Meeting Advances from Federal Home NOPJWAC CONNAL pesomMGioinmq'
Local Loon Dank . ,. .' PETEIXCOVELL Area Cooidinoror
JAMES W EMERSON C PA .Chief Financial Ort.cer
Other Borrowed Money ,: '' V 3151,12507: WILLIAM M GOZA

loans in Process . .'. ., 10 :122 :JOO 00 VINCENT WILLIAM M S GRANESE HARGETT: OlnceOperoon Administrative, Serv :ev

Deferred Income i .. 16 596 645 96 DONALDS JONES Area Coordinator.
Other Liabilities, 1039243194: THOMAS A MEYER Monogemere
Information Sysrems
October 18th Reserves. 17900000 CHAIUESA NEMETH Area Coordinator .
Monday Specific W M ROBINSON Manager Noiih Florida Region'
Net worth 43 654 676 42 DOUGLAS R ROSS Commercial, Loom
HUGH' J SHAW R.Md.nrwlLoo
NET WORTH tl.258022 754 01 G wUFONG ConndkrIM'

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Ministerial) Alliance' Claire' Ann Turner. ";i \.
'1\\ I(.111 Jo Dyalelebrates Grover Howard'

l';!;d Hampton 4: 15th Birthday To' Hold Special' Meeting'All Engagement Told .. the/Turner residence on NE 2nd Aver .. All family and friend arc tnviusl- ,
: /
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/ ministers ar *1' "lted to a .I fJ. "
'::!{fi11 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt special meeting of the Bradford County Mrs. Janet A.Turnery. 'f Starke and
1n ijl' icnored their daughter Kelli Jo,with Ministerial Alliance to be held at Robert V. Turner of Belle Glade an-
J w Hilites i i party over the weekend celebrating the Western Steer Steak House on nounce, the engagement{(and approaching Novo Appearing
er 15th birthday.On Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 7:00 p.m. This matrian:,'of' their
Friday, she had two of her meeting is for ministers and their daughter, Claire Ann to ,Grover Jeremiah f Fox
rlends from Florida School for the spouses.Bradford. Howard, son of Mr- and Mrs.,George Good Dancing Music
'. By Dolores !Mtng Deaf, St. Augustine, come home wither Ministerial Alliance coor E. Howard of MaconVGa.Miss .
Phone 46H-I915 They went to the Homecoming dinates relief projects including a Turner is a graduate of Brad-
'i' football game in Starke. Saturday, food closet, emergency clothing, and ford High School and.Santa Fe Com-
..?' Senior Citizens Club he was treated to a party with twenty other emergency needs. The Alliance munity College( and currently attending 9 to 5 .
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club riends attending after which she also coordinates the community university of North FJorida. Mr. ,
,will meet on Friday,Oct:15,In the Ci. friends were taken to the Pop Warner Thanksgiving Eve service and Holy Howard graduated from the University '
ty Hall at 2:00: p.m.All interested in a football game in Lake Butler by Mrs. Week services. All ministers in Brad- of Florida and is a'Math instructorat a Fri. & Sat.TOYLAND .
good; social afternoon. ',are invited to can Tanner and then in the evening. ford County are invited.If Bradford County High School.
attend. hey enjoyed burgers at McDonald's.n you have any questions, feel free A December.: 18 wedding is plannedin
Congratulations > Sunday, she and her friends tookn to call Kcv. Warren Langer 964-6G01. the First United Methodist Churchin
Best wishes to Marlene Campbell! active part in Youth Day at her Starke and a reception following at
and James Gladieux who were married hurch before returning to school InSt. i< 5
Saturday night, Oct. 9, at 1 the Augustine on Sunday afternoon. r
Community. Church in Keystone _._- lb.T"I J .

Heights Visitors. g L 1I1L 1 / !

birthday Lucy and celebration E.W. Hodges attended for their a rAJIEAGLJJM

daughter, Kim Morgan, 'at her horn
in Starke Oct. 11. Gi''n
Marine Private John Meng flew into -
Jacksonville Friday evening to
spend the weekend with his parent
and other relatives and friends here
He left for Memphis Monday evening ;
Beverly Wanner and son, Jet frt>.
spent from Tuesday, to Sunday; OPEN! ittt i
visiting her parents Mr. and Mi L CHOICE sIz.& I "ihrit
Paul Meng; and other relatives and ) of\E -
friends. e! 'f 0\)6",, 0.WLDN. A'\\
CQr Y g20 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng host fI'\\
a picnic Sunday to welcomz Father OVER 500 I W\ t': l-mt' ____
Joseph Finlay, new pastor of St. Ed .

ward's Mrs.! Kevin Catholic Meng Church.was honored will NEW TOYS! \ \ A :

a baby shower Oct. 11 at the home of .. '
Mrs. Dot Haythorne in Gainesville. tO : sa
1 valuel
Hampton Student ParticipateIn '- ,
Homecoming Parade UPTo3,99ANNEtSIzFj --
Friday afternoon, Oct. 8, Hampton 1.
Elementary students went by bus to' & ,MOUS yIA RE

the Homecoming Parade in Starke. J. .. ? GiF
The Hampton Twirlers with their! 1
matching bright blue shirts inscribe 4f
'Hampton Twirlers' furnished one of ,
the highlights of the parade. .
Among students marching with -
Twirlers were: Kindergarten-Sonyi; ,
Hodges Christina Broome, Trace; .REBATE
McCullough, and Jennifer Jones; firs Iscount Prlce.25.88 ........;,......,...
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Truman and Kimberly ;

graders-Danielle Hersey, !] 1 1 -
Angelina Crews, Faye Cruze Audrey; I.DE
Ford, Kelly Cribbs, Beth Kennan and<
Tahra Francis; third graders Your Your Sge
Darlene Rush, Jessica Fisher and 344 1Z88 FINALI78! Choice 9 UP BOYS' MEN'
Candy Pons; fourth gradersTerrAnn WERE 7,9
Amy Home, anal Mary Wood; fifth DOLLS OR 125 two-ply towels or WESTERN
graders-Allison Archey,Nicole Clark, Porcelain heads styles.costumes', hands& Wake time set.to music White with or brown.24 hour Automatic On/Orfswitch.brewing,.CMI.system. 200 two-ply Scottles. STYLED DE NI JEANS CASUAL JEANS
Rhone! leet.Many
Tifftny Clark, Cindy Davis,
denim Back pocket stitching. 4-pocket
Godwin, Cindy
Estes Sharon Styled with 4 styles and more. All polyester/
Is long wearing.
Mary Hill, Misty Koehler, Angie Mitchell :*"GL ;' .. pockets, belt loops and boot cut cotton carefree fabrics. Some
,Jill Powers,Stacy Rhoden,Ton t' + y". ._ _- legs. Boys' sizes 8-16. slight irregulars. Sizes 2842.
Karla Rush and Michelle --
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sixth graders-Poll;
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Woods, Donna Peeples, Terri Ken ;; I I s'et nini.iii
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Elizabeth Riccitelli, Mind .. I WERE 12.96 1"9I .
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Hersey, Cassandra Fibber, Jeanni ,
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Hodge, Sandy. Friese, and Donna I' .t CARDIGAN
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Samons, is credited with training Your Choice .
and II -
twirling ,
these students in baton -
attractive shirt '
Their Alt-
marching. 40W OIL
were the PTA.furnished with donations give < 11 --1 !1r.
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after These school girls continue on Tuesdays to practice and YOUR c:1: 99 1 ERE 2/89 W/ RE 1 wAS WERE SPORT CAPS
Thursdays. They next plan to twirl In CHOI WAS QT. EAGLE ATF I. WITH EMBLEMS
OR CUBE PUZZLES Type A,suffix A ATF or
Chairman w/adjustable|
Float Disposable
Mrs. Debbie deodorant
5-2V4 oz. bars motor oil.
Newest magic puzzle and dependable flamel non-detergent
hours collecting
spent many Tower' or cube. or baby castlle soaps.
material and helping to assemble the 'Babylon t nsvigraoeri ai 90 .ro df
attractive float for the parade. She
thanks all for their cooperation with
donations and time well spent.In '10 E at
line with the "Jam the Jackets, *
theme for Homecoming this year, the f
Hampton float featured a tornado
with a jam jar and knife doing the
work. Their yellow jacket was all
ready to be served with a slice of
bread and jam.Hampton t ,,.}/MNIIMI
Elementary School
PTA Makes Carnival Plans
At a meeting of the PTA held Tuesday : -
evening, Oct. 5 at the school,
plans were made for the annual Halloween I
Carnival to be held there Oct. ,

; 1. EJmIm: .
30.Carnival chairman Jolene Fries Health &; Beauty Aids ; : i; Bbv 1

and with PTA the help president of other Inger parents Camp began; 100 Count 217 aSiar1"l 55 -f, 47 388 377WAS 29'4 .9 J; OfEF 1

sale of student raffle tickets on Oca 6. WERE Anacin 2.69-Tablets:...... ........... 4 OZ., WAS-3=637:,..........,. IIfl WAS J.W- 4.4' 394 .
School students only are fE
Hampton ;8
participate in this projec EASY-CARE BOYS' NYLON MEN'S Bj.1 1
allowed to 7 oz. Toothpasteor Gillette Foamy Shave 11 oz. SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S
Tickets sell for 25 cents each, and the Colgate WinterfreshGel "f Reg./Lemon Lime, T iJ9 MURIATIC SHIRTS KNIT SHIRTS KNIT SHIRTS ,;1SI.
drawing will take place on Oct.29 at a 6.4,WERE4.49 oz. :.:. WAS -"9:.,,....... .............. I ACID, GAL. DRESS In Collared poios, solids Short Sleeves,'v and PILE iINED ti

morning assembly. To bti Ward given away APF, Gillette The Dry Look _* ?CC* Keeps Great deck alkaline i tile level cleaner down., 'solids Polyester/cotton,prints. 14''/*-'?, ''stripes poly/cotton. S-XL crew neck style, S.M.L BOMBER** JACKETSot.
are 1000: video first-Montgomery game with three free car. Right.,Guard WAS5.097 Deodorant. ICC WAS 5 oz. .Reg./Extra i r...*......Hold........,... I| ... I. :- HBlik.h ...."
and third prizes will _- 'I Lady Pennerell -- Slight.
trid i ,
: be digital watches with five digit ... ji Irregs,
functions.. r. ., r Izr
The Kindergarten class again won I 1 t t of
$10 room count award. Refreshmen!I rg adY /

;r l. were Carnival served events by the local include Girl costumE Scout! .'. ,..:..;,\ .......,q ,

Judy Archey; Ha)r
headed by

:., contest ruie-Royce Lola Williamson Joyner with; Country the Woman Stor.I. :co'Ii\ .......... '. '.,.'I f '- -U'

y Club; Concession and Dessert booth! : :J:

.Girl Scouts; Duck pone-Judy Archej; : .
Kindergarteners will sponsor the fist --........... __ '
with the help of Vicki Crew: ; r j ; ; 1 / : : l 1
I Jean Clark's first grade will have t1u save'14% TOWEL: ENSEMBLES. ,j! r I ". J ,
/ scarecrow Hersey will Pic-a-Pocket assist second event grade; Bets 11CitCNENg 297 BATH wFRE. .TOWEL 094. ::37:7: :. 683' E ?WERE :6W : I

with the Goldfish Bowl y third grade ;: R4giea\ :
will have the cake walk assisted I b' Pose WO pk .<4C.! HAND I
Hall Mrs.! King will help four! diS WERE TOWEL244';TUBE SOCKS IN' MEN'S ti BOYS' MEN'S RUGGED' MEN'S TENNIS J'
April ; ares+" tter
'with the ring toe; : I WHITEW/STRIPES'; '
t .graders graders will sponsor the bottle tll 11p'bliandP ;;; "oTH"I Mini 5-pk' Boys'6 'Suede'iln'yi overlays. Vinyl uppar.'padded Co;;;iCenvssluppe r\bL61 for d
J with hzlp of Carol Thomas;'sixth anI Algaecide biu.tericld WERECLOTH 144, 'pk, One size Ws all. men's 7i12,.boys'.2".8: lar..In tan, men,'$112.11\ ,',aichtuppprt.CHLORINE .r 12
seventh graders will have a haunts disinfectant & fUngClde! ,1,27:.......
house assisted by Jim Lewis. Alvi

will and also Linda have Fisher.the dart Seventh throw.grader kid around !
;. Haunted Help is House needed sponsors with all will event apreciate !I.I Io. When it-comes to Of ICO we .

"=I. help. Local citizens are al:
invited to particicate. Et-tenr.G ;
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I" Booths will be judged
;" G and most eye-catchir ConvenientLocations r9"J'rtl''N.M' ) ,
'1 best decorated 5 .
with tint prize of$15; second10; ar 229 ,

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Homecoming old courthouse still shows Us character as the background for the Junior :: ./w e ; -
Class float top left, which won second place! in the! homecoming parade.Junior princess is Carol
Angelette Coleman.
Some of the Hampton Twirlers. led by former BUS head! majorette Donna Sammons, are at top ;
center. !Miss Sammons marched the entire parade with a cast on her foot. ----
This pretty clown, Sharon Edwards middle center,kidded around with grown-ups and cavorted
with kids lining the parade route, adding a very nice touch to the homecoming parade. Two other
clowns were Cathy Roach and Linda Wilkins.
The FFA had the winning truck in the parade competition. Fred Wheeler probably wouldn't
have recognized his truck: ;top right, adorned by FFA sweetheart Beth Underhill and Sherrie
Gaskins. Steve Gibson left, and Yancey !Miller, are the FFA boys on the truck.
Cheerleader Angel Folsom, pretty as a picture she livens up the parade, bottom middle.
Queen Sadie McDuffie: is crowned right middle by Student Body President Edward Crews last
Thursday night at Tornado Whirl.Queen Sadie's escort for Tornado Whirl was Marvin! Brown.
Freshman Amy Benson left'and Terl Jakob carryout the homecoming: theme "Jam the -.
Jackets": on their class float, bottom right.NOTICE x r I y
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Block Grant Application
:;;Community Development Block Grant Application Community Development

Fiscal Year 1982
r, i Fiscal Year 1982

{k- Public notice is hereby given that the City of Lawtey, Florida, intends to sub
Public notice is hereby given that the City of Hampton, Florida, intends tosubmit mit a grant application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban

a grant application to the U.S. Department of Housing. ni"J Urban Development (HUD) for funding consideration under the Fiscal Year 1982
IJ #Beyetopment (HUD) for funding consideration under the F' <-;*; Year 1982 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Small Cities Program. The

,'(Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Small Cities Program. The City of Lawtey will hold a public hearing at 8:00: p.m. on Monday, October 25,

)'Cify\ Hampton, will hold a public hearing 6:30: p.m. on Monday, October 1982 in the City Council Meeting Room at City Hall. The purpose of this public
:$$;U982'in the City Council Meeting Room at City Hall. The purpose of thispublic hearing is to obtain the view of citizens on the community development and

hearing is to obtain the view of citizens: on the community development housing needs of the City with respect to this grant application.
Ii\and housing needs of the City with respect to this grant application.

J The HUD CDBG Small Cities Program makes grant funds available to communities
t1 't i ijUP; CDBG Small Cities Program makes grant funds available to comtntinihes for the purpose of developing viable communities by providing decent -
\: for the of developing viable communities by providing decent economic
purpose housing and a suitable living environment and expanding opportunities
!. jiqusing and a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities principally for persons of low and moderate income. The grant
principally for persons of low and moderate income. The grantjprogram program is competitive. HUD estimates that there is between $10,911,400 and

is competitive. HUD estimates that there is between$10,911,400 and $15,526,600 available statewide for competition. The maximum grant amountfor

$15,526,600 available statewide for competition. The maximum grant amountfor which the City of Lawtey may make application is either $500,000 for a

which the City of Hampton, may make application is either $500,000 for a Single Purpose .Program or '$1,000,000 for a Comprehensive Program. The

Single Purpose Program or $1,000,000 .for .a Comprehensive Program. The range of eligible activities that may be undertaken under the CDBG Program
range of eligible activities that may be undertaken under the CDBG Program includes development activities. More complete information on the CDBG

includes development activities. More complete information on the CDBG Program is available between the hours of 8:30: a.m to 11:15: a.rri.,and 1:00:

Program is available between the hours of 6:30: p.m. to 10:30: p.m. on October p.m. to 3:00: p.m. on October 15, 18, 19, 20, 22 and 25, 1982, and between the
15 and 20, 1982, and between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on October 18 .hours of 8:30: a.m. and 11:15: a.m., on October 14 and 21,1982 at City. Hall in the
and 21,1982at City Hall in the Office of the City Clerk. Office of the City Clerk.

The City of'Hampton, will submit a CDBG application to HUD for funding The City of Lawtey will submit a CDBG application to HUD for funding' consideration

consideration by November 8, 1982. The objective of the City's application is by November 8, 1982. The objective of the City's application is to

to aid in the prevention of slums or blight,through,addressing the needs of aid in the prevention of slums or blight through addressing the needs of lower-

lower-income persons. The proposed,application, including its objectives and income persons. The proposed application, including its objectives and activities -
activities, willbe, available for citizen review during the public hearing. All will be available for citizen review during the public hearing. All
citizen comments and views must be submitted to the City Clerk either during citizen comments and views must be submitted to the City Clerk either duringthe

( the public hearing or within one week from the date of the public hearing. All public hearing or within one week from the date of the public.hearing. All
citizen comments and views on the proposed application will be considered; by citizen comments and views on the proposed application will be considered by

the City. The final application will be available to the public at City Hall in the' the City. The final application will be available. the public at City. Hall in the

Office'of the City Clerk prior,to its submission to HUD., Office of the,City Clerk prior to its submission to HUD. ,.

ATTEST: ATTEST: .' .. '... 11 f'V \
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Clerk I
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Legal Notices .
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ucc. Dept. to Hold

NOTKE Box 995 Stark. Florida All interested persons fuel sold In Bradford Petitioners' Attorney, Savage, Over X Under, NOTICE:: Halloween PartyThe
Of INTENTION 33091. and file the ore required to file County and taxed under whose mailing address Model 24 SE. 22/20 Ga.. OF INTENTION '
TO'EGISTUI original answer or with this court WITHIN the provision of Chapter P. 0, Box 12967, S,N. *rO//41U.: TONtuiiUR Starke Rec.Department will be
FICTITIOUS NAME pleading in the office of THREE MONTHS OF THE 206, Florida Statutes Gainesville, Florida One ((1)I) Shotgun, Iv. FICTITIOUS" NAME holding a Halloween party Friday,
the Clerk of the Circuit FIRST PUBLICATION OF y. NoMoxie 32604, on or before Johnson, 29Vi" Barrel Oct. 29, starting at 3 p.m. at Pratt St.
NOTICE IS HEREBY Court In and for Bradford THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all Carter, Jr., November 5. 1982. and 12 go. S.N. i None Pursuant. to Section Rec. Center.
865 09 Florida
Statutes' ,
GIVEN thai the urxtor- County Florida, on or claim. against the estate Chairman file the original with the One ((1)) Shotgun Springfield The party, for any school age
''gh.d,' under tr>. pro-!- before 4 November, and ((2)) any objection by. Board of o t> Clerk of this Court citherbefore Pump, Model" that notice the Is hereby given children up to 14 years of age will a:
scans of Section MS.09, 1982, on Interested person to County Commissioners service on Petitioner's 67F 20 go. SN. I None und..lgn.d.John feature Halloween games and
Florida Statute, will Real property at whom notice was mailed 10/07 2tchg 10/21 Attorney or Immediately On. ((1)) Revolver, E. Curies, Jr., Sandra refreshments, and prizes for the best
regi.t.r with lh.Clerk of Issue Is as follow.: that challenges the .....?..........,........*..*..*. thereafter; Astra, 357 Cal. S.N M Briant-Johnson, costume.
the Circuit Court. In and lot 40. GENEVA LAKE validity, of the will th.qualifications NOTICEOF otherwise, your. objections 1154207 James R. O.Blon"John.on Costumes aren't mandatory but

for Bradford County. ESTATES, according to of the personal INTENTIONTO will not be heard as One ((1)) Revolver, ,, sole businessunder or /joint any who wear them will have a
Florida upon receipt of plat recorded In Plot representative, REGISTER against 'the relief R..."., Blackhawk 44 owners the doing chance at the prizes.
firm of
proof of publication of Book 3, pages 36. 36A venue or jurisdiction of FICTITIOUS NAME demanded .In the .Petition Mag., SN.80.57887, AMERICAN name
thee notice, the following and 368 In the public the court. Pursuant to Section' iEVELYN One ((1)) Revolver FLIGHT OF STARKE 1640S.
fictitious. name to-wlt: records of Bradford All CLAIMS AND 865.09 Florida Statutes, D. SAPP Ruger, Single Six 22 .
Walnut, Intends to
YOUN' I RECORDS under Florida.If .
OBJECTIONS NOT SO notice Is hereby giventhat ATTORNEY AT LAW Col., S.N. 1176629.
which I am engaged In you fail to do so, FILED WILL BE FOREVER the undersigned, 35 N. Main St. One ((1)) Revolver RG register said fictitious
butmett at P. O. Box default name under the Ads Get Results
judgement by BARRED. John E. Curies, Jr., Sandra P. O. Box 12967 Industries Model RG40. aforesaid Classified
380. Lewis!, Florida will be tok.n against youfor Publication of this M. O'BrantJohnson.James Gainesville, Fl 32604 38 Spl. S.N. 4R072745.One statute.Dated
this 4th ofOctober
32058 that the names of relief demanded In Notice has b.gun on R. O-Bronl- (904)375-7046( ) ((1)), Revolver RG 1982. day
the person tolely Interested the Petition. Sept. 30, 1982. Johnson, sole or jointowners 10/07 4tchg 10/29 'Industries, Model RG 38 1
In the aid WITNESS my hand PersonalRepresentative doing business ......."........................ Spl. S,tFF326170., BRADFORD _
butlnei Is follows and seal this 37th of Call Montez
I day : under the firm name of One ((1)) Revolver, RG PAUL RICHARD TORO- COUNTY
AIMEE SHEDDAN TOM September, 1982.GILBERT Hyta Gayle Thomas American Ultraflight of NOTICEJ. Industries, Model 38T, 38 DE will not be TELEGRAPH 964-6305
SHEDDAN. Inlerlachen' S. BROWNAS Post Office Bon 562 Starke, 1640 S. Walnut, D. PARRAMORE will Cal., S.N. 195818.. for debts responsible ol".rIhan
Florida September 7, CLERK OF SAID Keystone Heights Fl intends to register said not be responsible for One ((1)) Revolver RG any 964-6305
1982. COURT 32656 fictitious name under II'. any more debts or bill. Industries Model RG23, /./my' Richard Torode

1'" :!"".9/23........pd......10/14....... BY: Beuloh Moody aforesaid statute.. made by Meria Lynn Par 22 Cal., S.N. IT605388. tO/14 4tpd 11/04 ,
Deputy Clerk Altorn.yfor Doted this 4th day of ramore. One ((1)) Revolver RG .......... FLORILAND REALTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 9/304tch9 1021IN Personal Representative 10/07 4tchg 10/28 Indust.. Model RG23 22
FOR BRADFORD : October 10-7/4tcrirj'10-28 .................................,. LR, S.N. tT675268.
COUNTY, FLORIDA THE CIRCUIT COURT William J. Quirk Case No. 82-527-MM One ((1)) Revolver 964.7700
CIVIL DIVISION FOR BRADFORD Clayton, Duncan REFERENCE Abandoned Titan Tiger 38 Col.,
CASE NO.82-4 1 3 COUNTY Johnston, Quincy IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Property in: the Custodyof Special S.N. 10063388. 393 N. Temple Ave., Starke
FLORIDA Ir.lond, Felder S Gadd CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the Bradford County One ((1)) Revolver RG. HOW TO Vernle P, Odom Broker GRIJ.
P. O. Box 1090Gainesville Indust., Model RG20 22
File Number 82-72-SP BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriffs Office. INVEST IN D. Odom. Jr. Associate 964-5476, Eve.
Fl 32602 NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S Short Cal. S.N.171638.
VIRGINIA BECKWITH ((904)376) .4694 FLORIDACASE 82-417 SALE One ((1)) Revolver 'REAL ESTATE.
Plaintiffs IN RE:The Estate Of. 9/30"Ichg 10/21 NO. Clerk., 32 Col., S.N. WE NEED LISTINGSON
AMY MICHELLE .....,.........................,,. 1830199.
v.FERMIN THOMAS IN THE MATTER OF: Notice Is hereby given CAd tiii uJ. LAND AND HOMES
One ((1)) Revolver
and Deceased OLDER 2-STORY home in of repairs,
Sheriff of Bradford County Russ(. 22 Cal.. S.N. '
given will hold
owner mortgage.
EDITH SANTOS 1602210. Our sales associates
that a referendum will S RONALD O. AARON Florida, have in my
Defendants NOTICEOF be conducted on possession the following The above d..cribedprop.'Y know where to look for Approximately 16 Acres in City. Financing
ADMINISTRATIONThe Investment available.
will be told opportunitieshere
NOTICE OF ACTION November 2, 1982. for NOTICE OF ACTION described CASE NO.property 82-527-MM: to Florida Statutes pursuant In town or all over the BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. 100'x115''LOT '

administrationof the purpose of authorizing SCHEDULE "A" 705.13 at 1:00: P.M. on country And we have the IN HIGHRIDGE ESTATES in Keystone.. .
TO: FERMIN SANTOS and the estate of AMY the levy by Bradford TO: MACON RAY MILLS Monday, the 18th day of experience to help you get 100'xl40'. .
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of additional
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financing at terms
THOMAS, you can
EDITH SANTOS October 1982 WOODEN BUILDING nice size lot
place on
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1018 North RidgewoyChicago deceased File Number per gallon the us your objeceveswe'B :
being work. Nice home.
on certain fuels sold in YOU ARE NOTIFIED Col. S.N.14254065. help find them
Illinois 60651 82-72-SP is pending inth. One Rifle, County Jail, corner of S FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starke's
Circuit. Court for the County. Th. questionto that a Petition for Adoption ((1) Rem for you
Bradford appear on the ballot has been filed' Case ington, Model 552. 22 Broadway and Pratt landmark homes 436 No. Walnut St.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Florida Probate County Division shall be as follows; No. 82-417 in the matterof Col. Auto. S.N. Street, Starke, Florida e CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom, 2 bath, well.
foreclose a Complaint to the address of For the purpose of the adoption of 11921179 (Speedmaster). DOLPH E. REDDISH V built older home. Has nice yard.
a mortgage One ((1)) Rifle Revelation SHERIFF 21. 131 ACRE FARM Four chicken houses
has b..n filed against which Is Bradford County paving and maintaining PATRICK RAY AARON : 3,000ft.
roads, O. Bolt Action, Model Bradford County road US-301.
In the obove-named Courthouse. Starke. operatingtransportation and RONALD Florida NEIGHBORHOOD' frontage on
you Court, and are required Florida 32091. Th. systems, AARON in which excuseof 107A .22 Mag. S.N. I PROPERTIES. Inc. V4 ACRE to 1V4 ACRE LOT: Priced to sell.
you 10/14
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the personal Bradford County and you are required On. ((1)I) Rifle, Revelation 5 yrs. at 12".
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Showing more courage, more offense slanting into the middle of the end-
and more spunk than mostonlookers Tornado'OrtheVeek SwitcJierooWorked
zone on a post pattern. St. Augustinehad
could have given them two men covering but Carver's
credit for after the first 3 yfL' '
defender and
was Just one
'Bradford High's The choice Tornado of pass over.
Tornadoes bounced for 'he Weekwasn't out of the reach of the .cornerback MagicBradford
back from two straight losses to thril a hard one this time dround. trailing Jones. '
Homecoming It had to be Emmett Wa"'' ins the
a 82 crowd with a 17-7 into BUS
St. Augustine put a scare a
victory over favored St. Augustine '.. .. hard .' rklng, couple minutes later after the only High's change in offenses
last Friday night at BUS: 175-pound senior trl- Tornado turnover of the night. Aftet and the switch of Emmett Watkins
In leveling their record at 2-2 the captain. gaining 7 yards Watkins fumbled as from quarterback to running back
Tornadoes showed Just how much difference Msprb'1'\IV"'. Shifted from he went down and the 'Jackets worked like a (charm- transforming!
a week can make. quarterback, a post- recovered at Bradford's 20. On first the Tornado offense from a sputterer
Since the letdown of the 14-111055 to hem he'd worKed at down St. Augustine's sophomore in its first 3 outings to a well-oiled
Santa Fe here Bradford made 3 major I all summer, to running quarterback Andy'Taylor hit senior machine in the 17-7 win over St.
changes. 1)) they went from the veer I. back, Watkins wideout Robert Anderson on a slant- + Augustine. 4T '.
offense to the"A", something akin to Watkins responded with 234 route for a 20 yard TD pass. Charlie It also was a pleasant switch for .-
_the old power-I. 2) they moved Emmett yards on 34 carries Davis' conversion cut Bradford's lead % senior Watkins. After being roughedup y "
Watkins from quarterback toallba"k and a touchdown. at in the .. 'IIi! ;..':.
the first
in half with 3:19: to go in the 2nd quarterback veer .".. '
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in a search to better use his He also played virtually the whole period. three weeks Emmett performed so : \ -

ability and slid enthusiastic Junior game at defensive safety. BITS had one last chance to pad the well at running back against the Watkins Dashes...
Robert Carver to the quarterback Watkins averaged 6.9 yards per run lead before intermission when 'Jackets ((34 carries 234 yards, 1 TD
post. 3) the players reached within Friday, had 7 carries of 10 yards or linebacker Melvin Randalls snaredan .k y 1 he earned Gainesville Sun player of Upheld en route to 231 yards 1
'"themselves and brought forth a level more and per quarter had: 79 yards in intervention and returned the ball the week honors Tuesday."He touchdown, and Gainesville Sun
,pl intensity not seen since the Mac- the first, 76 In the second, 61 in the deep into Yellow Jacket territory. A t runs as hard as any back I've Player of the Week honors.
tlenny game, which not coincidental- third, and 19 in limited action in the clip on the return moved BUS back to ever coached," BUS head coach
..ly was Bradford's Inst win.. final period. the SA 49 with 28 seconds to go. I ; David Hurse said of Watkins after now," Russell said Monday. "And
Those changes keyed the victory. Other players with outstanding Watkins ran for 15 and farver: hooked practice Monday. "He was hack out everybody gets keyed up when Em-
u.. The new offense rolled up yardage games Friday were offensive guard up with Blaine Dyal for 12 yards on there today hitting the hole at 90 milesan melt's running the ball. He's a threatto
In chunks, as Bradford totaled 233uyards Doug Glover and linebacker Melvin the sidelines but a 41-yard field goal hour." break it every time."
( on 46 ground carries, an Randalls, the leadmg tackler. try by Francis as time ran out was But Watkins wasn't the orjy on'* Special praise went to guard Doug
average of 5.5 yards a shot even with miss-hit and low. who played well in Friday's offensive Glover, the lineman of the week. At
I quarterback( sacks counted in and 18 outburst Coaches praised the work of 155 he was giving away some 50 _
(yards more than BHS had totaled in BUS Dominates .. Defense Delivers... junior quarterback Robert Carver inhis pounds to the man across the scrimmage 0-
The first 3 ballgames And Carver hit 2 Early. The defenses toughened in the second first start and said the offensiveline line and Russell said the senior
of 3 passes with no interceptions, one Bradford "got after" the Yellow half and the scoring reflected it. had its best: ballgameOn guard "did a super job" i:
of the completions being a 15 yard TD Jackets right off the bat,stopping the The Yellow Jackets did httle offen- Carver nurse said, "I'm tickledto Hurse said, "coach Russell has
,,throw to tight end David Jones. The visitors on 4 plays (totaling 2 yards) sively after halftime and ended up death with Robert Carver, He did a done a good Job bringing those offensive -
offensive line blasted open holes andprotected on their first possession and then taking with Just 53 yards rushing and 137 Carver Confers... super job. He's one of the best competitors !! linemen along, and we got good
thp passer. the ball right in for a score. yards total offense.On on the squad and he'll do ilnwnficld blocking from (Blaine) ::...
All-totaled the Tornadoes'2flO}yards Watkins blasted through a gaping its 4 second half possessions With head coach David Nurse on what's necessary to get the job done." Dyal and (Frank) Allen." '
in total offense was the most for a hole off tackle on his 57 yard 1stplayrun BHS forced St. Augustine to punt the Tornado sidelines. Offensive line coach Dii'k Russell Hover. Wayne Cribbs, Tony Hill
HS team in over 2 Yt'arssince the finally being angled down at the twice, stopped them on a 4th and 11 The Junior turned In a solid prrfor said the new offense helped his group David Jones, Donald Thornton, and = .
I : 1979 club netted 345 in closing that 8. An encroachment penalty moved gamble when tackle Dale Buchanon mance Friday night, completing 2 play better Steve Spell saw most of the blocking ti:
+t season with a 33-12 win over Live Oak. BHS to the 4, Watkins got 3 yards to covereb a screen pass, and weathered passes 1 for a TD, and leading a Tor- "The offense brings out better duly up front in the game, with Oliver
U Watkins played tailback like it was the 1, and then the senior 175-pounder! St. Augustine's final scoring try when nado offense that racked up 280 yards! angles (for blowing: ). we're not just Tyson playing its best varsity game to .
wedged in behind Steve Spell, Donald after while turning the ball over Just once. out there to date Lint-king back
f!! meant to be played breaking the time ran out an incomplete pass trying overpower lwrpie as a
g very first play from scrimmage for a' Thornton, and David Jones for the with the'Jackets at the BHS 16. .-- --
'\57-yard gainer and going on to total touchdown The.Tornadoes added an insurance --------
JJj 234 yards on 34 carries.. John David Francis' conversionkick field goal in the 4th period, driving 43
-" And the intensity might have been made it 7-0 with 8:15: left in the yards to set up Francis' 3rd field goalof
the most crucial Improvement.. The first period. the year. The drive started with
3 fired up Tornadoes cheered their Indicative of the"sky-high" feeling backup tailback Marvin Brown INONEMINUTE
i teamates on from the sidelines, hit that prevailed among the Tornadoeswho sweeping for 11 yards and later
1 with abandon, and as defensive coach now led, was the scene im- Brown scooted 18 yards down the
t4 Mike Sexton might say, "Just plain mediately following the TD. Senior right bideline on a play that nearly
] again kicker Rick Braswell whip-legged his broke wide open.
t got after people
J. Immediately/after! ; the gamein the kifkofftnto the end/one for the first On 3rd and 6 from the\ 14 Bro";a was YQ.tlCAN
Joyous BHSiluckerjrrotai, 'head tooLDavid /| "t( ei.1'J I etei)1? &pr,veotipq-2irsparn.l' i&toppe8..f just ayard and P'raM"was SM ,, !
Ott Hursi look.. me out from con iI d ltihip! lsts into the"air ds he, called on to nail his 32 yard kicjc., :
was greeted at the sideline.:
gratulating players to make this comment
The BUS defense stopped St. ;
.! : kids whale of Augustine twice more and then mov- tit
"Our played a a
IT.t ballgame. To be down like we've been ed in for another score. I..A.II_ r.dI-d "KISS THE KIDS
7 first It19U
in the second
{}] the last couple of years... win one and Early period safety nuha-ydi. 40-351
.j.'l. then lose two and be able to come Jimmy Schoening intercepted a 84 yard pawing. 27
back and win like this is great for our 'Jacket pass and BUS marched 65 6-11-3 PUMS 150US '
of"e" yards to go up 14-0 with 5:54: to go in a punta-uve 4MIHI
I'm proud of one
T, program. ( fumblei-lMt J-l
the half. Watkins swiveled for 12 and 9
t > --v 7-M prawlttet-ydi 10-100 ME.TELLTHEMI'LL
f '". ddcd, "this is the first yards on the first 2 plays and went 17 .
mornentslater. IT.AUOUSTINI I 7 I t 1MAOTOm
e. dlfttt t together: a full team ef- .
7 7 S 17
t tth+defense played well On 2nd and 8 from the 15 Carver .-w........I.... (,......kkfc)
1 a p. '6'uldn'have! won with Just went to the air for the first time all SJ M> I*pm Irani CMMT(,... or the defense playingJi year. His pass was wobbly, but it was IA.A__> fmu Inm Ttyter(Onto. kid)
11 "th right on the money to tight end Jones SPrMd U ItoM(... EHOMESOON

: 119 $1se'11uye4! { jtelBcst' Too, Sexton Says '

I t No happier to see the Bradforf/IVgrf offense With Coley pertorming well 8 i noseguard 3-year, TIMES.
c e ro in last Frid y's.win over St. Augustine starter Kenny Wright is working S meat tackle in practice -
tha BHS d tasive coordinator Mik Se.xtpn, this week, which will allow Steve Spell the only
I offens ''e attack gave the TornadOfdefense some 2-way starter, to take breathers.
rest (woes allow Jacket possessiong.'hot mention
a en 1 shot the arm, and the defense contributed Sexton also praised the< linetacklnft tfui.Vm of Melvin
w on call "our best6erall defensive game of Randalls and Don Green for getting. to the football 'like '. .# t Calling someone you love
I th we need our linebackers to. when
got a atTwth encfe;" the defensive coach Randalls was the top tackler in the game with 7 total i. you are away means
d the me\defense performance. stops and an interception, and Green was in on 4 stops. gjving something of yourself
finally >layed with intensity and got good purI Sexton added that end Randy Davis had his best gameto ; I 1 uu -'f Showing that you care.
I uit a contin" ", -' felt like we just outquicked em date and secondary coach Mike Hartley said safety ti It
means sharing a moment
Jimmy Schoening, who also picked off an interception,
ro I I hap y th the performance of Nathan gave a solid effort. \ a with those: : you love-
Coley, who i step i there tat( noseguard). He plays The tackle chart was led by Randalls with 7 totalstops a gift so personal that
I with a lot of ent us and he took lull advantage of ,followed by Coley and Shoeiung 5,Green and Dale y
Buchanon 4, Watkins 3, and Spell 2. C everyone at home can feel
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Bradford Goes for 1st Win'
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Corning off the uplifting victory Friday's Quick Facts BHS vs. GUS had 16 tackles and two touchdowns in "
Results us, head coach David
over St. Augustine Bradford High BUS Scorers
Gainesville's 42-2810111 to Buchholz, is : ,
Tornadoes Gainesville "Knight's ,
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poised to pull off their first-ever football 1931 Galnnvlllo 121962 stars around his the Francl. 11FG,2.pi lip',
kickoff 8:00.Season Galnmvlll. .0 name on scouting
_ victory against a Gainesville : 943 G. nravlll, H-o ISM Gainmvill. IM charts. game. And they'll be () ... IITD1 Spte.
Records: BIIS 2-2. GHS 32. IM4 Gainesville 32-0 sively than St. Augustine.
High School team Friday night. Series History: GHS 13 wins BUS 0, 1949 Gaine.vlllo 211980 Galnuvllle Galncwvll 39-0 7.0 He'll carry the ball on power Jauntsup History reveals the Top Tacklers ;."!
Kickoff time Is 8 p.m. at Bradford 1946 Gainesville 19-7 1S81 the middle, .take option to '
no ties. Gainesville M-0 sweeps yet to whip the (prlmary.alllol-IDla" :
Stadium for the third straight varsity Last Meeting! GHS won 28-0 in '81. 1947 Gainesville 34-0 1981 TttTTTttTtT the outside, and even line up at games dating back to 1&-7-211-
home game at BUS. flanker as a target for Muschamp'sshorttomedium schools have 7.UH3
The Tornadoes will be underdogs met 13 151-2a
again range aerials. The 1
to a GHS (3-2) team that has lost charges can pull the upset in the much the same power football game 'Canes also throw a lot to McGriff, Friday's As a matter clash. of fact In :-tt:
only to the two top-ranked teams in district game. SI. Augustine does, only better, and who caught the winning TD pass to scored 1:>>011--1
the state- Palatka and Buchholz. "We can beat GHS," defensive with more size to utilize. beat Paxon last wzek. on Gainesville in 13-11-Is.,
GHS is still listed in the honorable coach Mike Sexton said confidently The 'Canes run out of a dead-T for- BHS coaches say the key to beating games Canes,in has scored just I04.14tIslrlctSAAA .
mention category of the state class 3A Monday. "The key thing is if they(the mation, with Oak Hall transfer Mike GUS is not letting Knight and McGriff the last 7 :.I
poll.But Tornadoes) show up ready to play Muschamp at quarterback trying to wreck your defense. GHS never scored more than 7 Standings
the win over St.Augustine com- Friday night. We were ready to play get the ball to Gainesville's two top This is a young Gainesville team, It should game. he / 01.. All 1
bined with a sluggish GHS perfor- against St. Augustine. If we do that threats- halback Ricky Knight (sr. with 7 juniors and 1 sophomore ex- Bradford noted (0:00)T 1.0 (6-01.
mance In struggling past Jacksonville the rest of the way we'can beat peo no. 12) and tight end Mark McGriff pected to start defensively; 2 juniors and strongest 70's did Hllth 1-1 1-0 (67)1(r 2)) !
Paxon 12-6 in overtime the same night ple." (jr. no. 81)) any way he can. and 1 soph on offense. which then not meet CO. 0-1 ((2-21'('
has BUS coaches hopeful their The scouting report says GIIS plays Knight, who also plays safety and "They re going to be a real test for BHS (AA was to A, then a 4A to ) Co 0-1 0-1 (((2-2)13-UJ'
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Flag Lead 9rldry.ct. II at BHS girls' .
Leadership Galnenvillu volleyball (6:00): ) .
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Norman's Farm 41-0 Sunday at the threw 7 yards to Bill Ratliff fora third .' ( lcMen.O'Sleen6 Robert) '
BHS practice field and moved out in score. Prevatt ran for one, and viir- lunoar.Od.\1 'h..d.,.0...JI .1"> 'I
front in the Starke-Macclenny men's mailed bombs to Kenny Bo Griffis ((77 Backwards golf tourney at BHS JV football ((7:00): cl
and volleyball at Baker Co. ((7.00) .i I
nag footballieagup yards) Erie Biggs ((52 yards) for Wonder.Oct./II
The winners went to 3-0 with the victory the other touchdowns. Suwaunee at BHS girls volleyball ( : rddq,uo.U
a half game in front of Music Goodge and Gene Raulerson ran for BHS varsity. football at N. Marion (10 '101 ,'. I
Men ((2-0 The 2-point conversions and Tom -- .--- --- -- mmi .':
two top dogs in the Starke Rec. Paladino Sr. caught an extra point
Department league meet head on pass to round out O'Steen & Roberts .
Wednesday Sept. 20, at 8:30: at BHS. scoring. ** i i i i B> BHMMMBMMBMiMBaffaBBggjBBnBB "
Quarterback Bill Goodge and Defensively the winners made 2 IJ1__ Normans Farm Produce
halfback Jackson Prevatt both had goal line stands and got a pair of interceptions ,
hot hands for the unbeaten (3-0) win- from both Ratliff and
ners Sunday. Goodge ran for 2 TD's, Chuck Johnson and 1 from Biggs. US 301 N. 964-6071
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and captured the conyolation trophy Al Estes of St. Petersburg in the final I t
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Saturday and \\mday.The tournament picks Chris Chandler : ; f .' "1.l .. .;:"; I'f-;' .
local team lost its opening with 17 TD passes and 5 touchdown .; +3Ma.';, ." ". ; ; :;"; )f-it.:;;;.. '..4., ,1,20'
to Miami Mayfair 33-25 but runs in the and :: .., .. : t ,
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came back with a forfeit win over Chandler with 7 Interceptions. -.. .. .. ''J// .. :-t< ; .... 1.f
Daytona Volusia Mall, a 33-18 win Also, in the TD department, Mike . ..... ... t.; \;... ,,.' .- -n....,. .. .,. \ .;-rti" '_ ,:.;:.'
over Mr;Miller of Vero Beach, a 26-12 Chandler scored 6 times, Glen DeSue : :. <:i' ".: ..r""" r ,, ..f ."'ii"..:' ,
victory over Ft. Myers Lee County, 4, Avery Shell, Leroy Davis, and ,' .
and a 28-12 verdict over Winter Park James Reed 2 apiece; and Anthony FWSHon
Blueprint in the consolation bracket Dommon, Early Chandler, and Air-Mails a Bomb...
final. Ulysses Dommon once each.
The Mr. Miller victory was Darryl Haile had 2 Interceptions, On a halback option pass Jackson Prevatt of O'Steen & Roberts slings a
especially sweet since that was the and Renny Lennon, U. Dommon, and bomb over the outstretched arm of Norman's Farms'. Pat Mundorff In men's
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The Tornado junior varsity rolled Bellamy hit 6-of-ll passes for 77 tosses for 94 yards, Samons 2 for 43,
up well over 200 yards in offense but yards and the TD, Barry Warren was and Mike Colvin 1 for 45.
turnovers down near the goal line 2-4 for 65 yards, and Gzrald Brown 1-2 On the ground Davis broke a 43 -.
kept them from keeping up with for 45 yards as the Tornadoes were yard jaunt and finished with 70 yardson
score-happy Middleburg last Thurs- 9-of-17 through the air for 187 some 14 carries. Andy Nguyen added 36 ti
day in a 31-12 loss to the Broncos. stripes. yards on 2 carries including a 33-yard .
The BHS JV's, who play at Palatka Daren Chandler caught 5 of those gain, Brown 24 on 6, and Bellamy 20 FALL PAINT .1 .
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Bellamf to Doug Samons to make it r T+i rill>r I rbaeu"i
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Can you Identify these players from
Keep Unbeaten Records the 1938 Bradford High football team*
: We'll be giving a.. free year's
subscription of the.Telegraph to the
HrMdf( rd's Jr. Pee Wees and Jr. goal and the person who can correctly identify the
Midgets Hayed undefeated and on top 4th down with Cowboys were faced with most players and coaches in this old
of their leagues with Pop Warner victories Strong connected sort photo. Turn your list (with names
in last Saturday. with on a pass s .+ G A listed from left to right by row> in at
Jenkins who fell l 4xe
just short of the ( t + the
The Jr Pee Were went to 3-0-1 by goal. But a 4 a Telegraph front office amtlmebetween
blasting previously undefeated Lake facemasking penalty Sam. to 5 p,m. wet'kdil'sbefore
against the Broncos
Buller (2-11 by a 304 score in Lake Cowboys gave the Monday, Oct. 25. Lt'\Ve'a
Butler, while the Jr. Midgets upped Edwards one dove more chance and Greg name and phone number on your entry -
their mark to an identical 3-0-1 by pin what the end/one for and we II call the winner.
ning the first loss on Middleburg (3-1) winning turned .out to be the game- Also, if you have any old group
in a 6-0 defensive slugfest. score.Leading photo's like this- of old football
tacklers for the Jr teams, school clubs, service clubs
The Pee J ees absorbed a 6-0 loss to ,
Midgets were: Strong 8 tackles 4
Lake Butler.In etc.please share them with us and
assists, Patterson 6-5, John w
Berry 4-1
) we'll publish them allows.
this as
week space
games the Bradford Edwards 3-1, and Mosley 3-1. r +
teams play host to teams from the
newest area in the conference

-Alachua.-----pnn Games_ are set for in..v....._....
noon, 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. at Bradford
High Stadium.Jr. AMERICAS FAMILY Dr UG STORE f -- -- -Valuable' Couoonii- Ir.U .

Pee Wees 30- Lake Butler 6

The Cowboy Jr. Pee Wees new-look
offense with Chris Noegel at quarter- C3ziiwGERsIIC .
back ran like a fine-tuned machine -r ,
Saturday in Lake Butler and the I Ih
result was a surprisingly easy win in
this battle of unbeaten teams.
Lance Wiggins sprinted 61 yards for I II
one TD, Gale Hampton went 30 yards
for another, and Jimmie Long ran in I I
from 8 yards out for Bradford.Two .
big plays by the defense made I SHAVERS Iml
the spread even bigger as Gerald c
Bradham picked off a Bengal pass PACK OF 8WITH
and raced 60 yards for a touchdownand .... 9 '

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for the afternoon. Led in tackles by / _______. .: MM MHB BUB BBPUM SBBUM",fMM I
Corey Strong with 12 and Darin Pat
terson with 11, the Cowboys kept Mid- -' ;
dleburg out of the endzone to preservethe -
win. I ': rJ. I
Also helping out with interceptionswere r F -
Rodney Mosley Malachi ;

Jenkins, and James Jamison. I e& I
Thus far the Cowboy Jr. Midgets ; .
have allowed only 13 points to be I .
scored on them in their first 4 games. IL I
,The Cowboy offense had its problems 1 la
even in victory with 4 fumbles. I i I
The only score of the game came
after time had run out on the first KORDITE EVEREADY
Strong went 22 yards to set Brad-

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With Linda DeWitt copping individual "I #VP-1SP 14"
honors and her teamates !, .. i" Reg 149gss n 11199 Reg. 1999 _300 l I
bunched tight behind her the BHS p1 I I
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girls team took first J ..
cross country 1 ) CONTROL t\. \, \ ,, 'I. _
place in a 6-school meet hosted by fleg 3t.. A / CHAIS! "
Palatka at St. Johns Community College l 'v"' B
Tuesday.The III STYLE 22" : :fg i.... ..qYJ. I NORTHERN SETS CURL I

win for the Bradford girls was HAIR SPRAY 'LIJ INT"OLS'J.'J. HAIR STYLER
the highlight of trips by BHS to San- 8-OZ TYPES I I I

dalwood and Lee In Jacksonville and 199C j 9 :: :..: : I 2999 _.
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Palatka for meets In the last two 2"8115' I ; Save 300 ... ..
weeks. I I.::: I I
Limit 1 All are UL listed. For dry or mist sets.
DeWitt was steadily making up
ground on a girl from Ocala Forest at I _ 1- I -- -
Palatka Tuesday and as she pulled to REVLON FLEXSHAMPOO LEAF : : .......
within 12-15 yards of the leader with a \ IGLOO f. JERDON MODEL'S CHOICECONDITIONER
half mile to go the Forest girl suddenly ; A irifi" LUNCHMATE LIGHTED MIRROR
dropped out of the race. That left 1'-0.41YPI5 I I 'f' \ :
i.to. 5 WHOPPERS COOLER "fie? 111011 I I--
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win to DeWitt;who cruised to the : II
tape in a time ofl35a for 2 miles. 159 FlEX x 101.PIECES Reg. IS.99 f A.g.13.1111 .
Reg 1.19 Save 4 00
With Michelle;Kimutis surging to ama I W\\Q.\1ne\\ ; : .
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5th in 15:11 Cheryl Bogle7th in 15:14: I Limit 1 I 999 II -t
Tammy Mann 11th in 15:26 and Caro -T "II'' ," w
Fussell 19th in 15R59 the:Lady Tor- SCHICK' "
nadoes team score of 37 was 22 points I I iI

up BHS on runnerup was 4th in St/Augustine's the boys race with 59. 84 PACK CARTRIDGES or i -- II MEN'S f1. ..." x 50FT. VINYL LIGHT EASY IRON
points claimed and 2nd led in\17:06.6y:-Curtis Richard Jones Warrenwas who .219 I :]J CLASSIC v, GARDENHOSE Yx II :'::: 19.99 1699 tif;

5th, fast-improving Eddie Ten- l' I SWEATER I S.ve 3.00 .... '
nant 13th, ,Wade Widener 30th and I Price reflects Reg. 14.811 11801 Reg.S.99 II Water window on elde. II
Allen Gonzalez 34th to score for BHS. cents off label. 7
BHS coach George Loper said both 1 099 \ 499 .
his boys and girls ran well consider L'ERIN I \4
course.ing the soft wet condition of the S COLOR NAIL CREAM GLAZE 'I' II CORN POPPER -; 1-

Reg.1.7S 2S4R7Reg _
MEET AT UCCCOcWberll1 99 !
Gina team scorn. 1) BRADFORD) :37, 2) St. 119 SHOE I 2.00 .....
Auguitlne 59. 3) Palatka GUS, North Matlon, .4 I INCENSE Use lid as serving dish. II
Ocala Foreat no team acorn
Individual BHS mulls. : 1> Unda DeWitt 11:38... Limit 1 I Rp.1.99 Reg. 1.19 pk.
6) Michelle) Klmutia IS:11.. 7) Cheryl Bogle
IS:14..111 Tammy Mann 1516.:: .13)Carol Fuuell. 99 / oo II
IS:59..19)Allison Denmark 1844...22)Angle Col- CORICIDIN D 2 1 GTE SOLITAIREI II

.Boys team scores: 1) GalneavlUe.. S4. 2) Ocala BOTTLIO'24. I Holds 8 pair Sticks or cones. PHONE
..Foreat 59,3)Palatka 88 4)BRADFORD M,II N. tbriedlnII ,G l MI
'.:.Marlon 115.II St. Augustine) no team score. 169. :=;: I Reg. 1799Save 1299
-Individual winner*BHS results! I)Roacoe Hill OLM 1500 I .....
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ff> 1809: ,, 2) Curtis Jones BHS) 1708. S) 17 a
:J-.Richard Warren(BUS 17:31..13)Eddie Tennant Limit 1 KITCHEN REEL & RODCOMBINATION Save steps save moneyl
:fKHSI 11:31.: 30) Wade Widener Bus) :20:M... 1# II
*'S4)) Allen Goiualel (BUS :30: :S2... 38) Calvin I SHELF -- -
::J421.Thomas: BHS) 21:48.: .. 43) Jeff PoweU BHS) Reg. 19.99 "eg.31.1. I LLOYD'S TRAVEL MUSIC IEI
.' October> VITAMINS catYeM) 2198 With HEADPHONES '
.:Clrla team acorn IF Episcopal 78,2) Buchholl WITH IRON IIN705
79.3> Jax.Wolfaon OS, 4) Jax, Bones 105,S)Tall. OTTLI.=.O' 100 2-plece rod with II 2199 / !
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Leon 108 9) BRADFORD
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Girls Individual results 1)) Nancy Combe (Ep) Save 3 00Includes
II M..40)DeWItt(BHS)14'29...44)Pam BoeweUBHS 288 carrying holster.
( ) 14:34...50) Bogle BHS) 14..111 KimutUBHS I
( )14:48. 81)Mann(BUS) 15:08,?88)Fuser WICKER CASIO
(BHS) 15:2S..,97)Denmark gas) 18::37.
-Boys team scores. :l)Buchholl M.2)Jax.Parker. NO SALT N0 'tI CALCULATOR GRAN PRIX AM/FM 0 :
,101.3)Jax.Forreal 104,4>Jax Sandalwood 118,5) BOWLS. 914.1 Reg.1UI 8-TRACK STEREO W
Belies ,.. BRADFORD 480. 11-OZ. rli o v o
124 I7> D
, ".flora Individual' results. : ... 72) Tennant (BHS) ALTMNATIVI, O a r a to 11<1200 it
18,45... 104) Widener Bus) :20:*2...110) Thomas 99 t 25 899 aaaaaa Reg. 8999
tBHSi 21:22.:: .. Ill Lea Sander. (BBS) 24:31.: .. 1 OFF 6 o Save 119.99... .
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;.-uro F. team .......UceWr11.:- :11 Jax. Bulla 41, 2> Jax. ".w" /
,Episcopal: 3> Jax, WoUaon 84, 4> MiddleburgW8. .
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Thlee ASATournaments BuddyCollings( The freshman football team of the honors on a keeper from (the 4 with V i '
':' : Bradford High stretched its record to 127; left in the half. A 2-point pass failed
t j 3.1 with an 18-8 win over winless and it was 6-0 at Intermission.
y':' .T "\",, 1'4 Defense keyed the win as the Brad- a Gainesville pass at the 24
... f ford 9th graders picked off 4 intercep- 'and raced In untouched to put the Tornadoes 'S"r
.. tions and kept the Hurricanes at bay up 120.
To be Here 1 .JIPI most of the night behind tackling led Then with 1:06: left in the 3rd period
by Rodney Tomlinson Frank Long, Shanks picked off a Gainesville
Sports Editor Wendell Shanks, Mike Chappell screen pass and sped 63 yards for the
"'. ,. Davis, Clinton Jenkins, and Jeff final. BUS score; making it 18-0.
Parliament. Gainesville got their Only score -
Early on Bradford moved the ball after their Eugene Watkins took the

Starke KitDirector: Cheryl .od"ln! brings back the news from a district between the 20's but couldn't stick it ensuing kickoff back 62 yards Oscar
meeting in Dclaml that our town will host at least three stale tournamentsnext in and GIIS had the first chance to get Wright sprinted 34 yards for the GUS d.
year- the boys 15-and-under and 18-and-under youth tourneys, and the on the board after a fumbled Tornado touchdown as the 3rd period ended
men's church event. punt at the BUS 28.' ,and Watkins added a 2-point run. k$1
That's great news! for at least three local teams! the Starke Slurs senior The 'Canes got one first down to The fourth period was scoreless as'Bradford's
boys! team the Jr. Stars 15-and-undcr ballclub, and whoever wins! the men's move to the 17 but noseguard Danny coaches played their
church league here- since those three will be acting as host teams.It Manning pierced in for a tackle bench and Lonnie Hamilton snared ?
puts a little extra appeal into the church league pennant race locally behind the line of scrimmage. GUS another interception at the Tornado 3 --1'-
what with the winner automatically qualifying for the state tourney. threw incomplete passes on 3rd and to snuff out a late GUS threat to score. "Let's Get this Right Fella's..." Coach Jimmy Prevail talks the::: I
'('huyl and Star! coach Jerry McGriff made the bid for the youth tourneys 4th down as Manning rushed the Chappell also had an interceptionfor offense over with a group Including Simon Mitchell Lonnie Hamilton, Tommy .*;":$
which will be run together, and as a matter of fact asked for the boys 12-and- quarterback on the first throw and the Tornadoes, a leaping one-hand Parker. Keith Kehoe. and Greg Jackson during Tuesday's game. %; &:
: under tourney too but Satellite Beach got that one. Deland also bid for the Jenkins batted the second' away.Bradford grab of a screen pass. f.Sa. .
youth tourneys but withdrew its request at the meeting last Thursday so I the broke up the scoreless lie Unofficial tackle leaders were !
vote was unanimous for Starke. after Gainesville punted into its Tomlinson with 7, Long and Shanks
It's our District's turn to serve as host for the state tourneys so most of blockers to give BUS the ball 35 yards with 5, Davis and Jenkins with 4, .1 2
next year's Florida. softball championships will be reasonably close. away Irom the goal.It Parliament with 3, and Aaron ,
Here's some other state sites chosen: men's A"- Melbourne; men's "B"- took 7 plays including 4 runs by Mathews, Scott Anders Kenneth J m:
GainesvIlle; men's openundecided; women's openSatellite: Beach Jenkins for 25 yards, for BUS to score, Holmes Manning and Eric Crawford r ) :;-v:
women's "B undecided. wilh quarterback Keith !Kehoe doing with 2 apiece. .
(tentative); women's "A Melbourne; )1 i I
Locally we got into the industrial division act two years ago with the flay ( :!
Electric ballclub but one area not explored in these parts yet is the relativelynew .J : "
men's 50-and-over division. There will be a state tourney in Deland and Bradford High Volleyball Girls F :
as it stands now anybody that registers in that division goes right to state.
How 'bout it oldtimers? 1I

I II I More News and Views... Play 'Best' Match in Defeatnext : A.

". For those of you who didn't get a copy; of our special Tornado football :
history section or those who desire an extra copy or three,we have them on The BUS girls volleyball team has 2 games to up their record to 12-2
sale at the office for 25 cents... 3A schools but
won a lot of matches this year... 7 to with no losses against ,
be exact against just 3 losses. the win wasn't without a struggle.For : :i
... Instead of going to the Pulatka:: invitational baseball tournament to start But coach Inez Diggs said the squad the match Cindy Strickland and ::
the season this ;year BUS baseball will be hosting its own preseason tourna- played its best match of the season in McDougald led with 7 serves each, :::
ment to start the 1982-83 campaign. loss. A 15.13, 12-15, 7-15 loss to with Strickland smacking 5 that : t
a .
and Union County will join the Tornadoes for a added ,'
Macclrnny, Miitdlrburg. night was the weren't returned. Pat Slocum -
three-night. round-robin tourney; February 22, 24, and 25... Buchholz malch where Tuesday coach Diggs sad; "the 6; Bass 5, and Vonda Kay Hall had 4 =-:.:+a.
the best they have all with 2 spikes. :;
... Bradford's Lawrence Patrick was featured in the Oct. ? issue of Gator girls.'played; Last Thursday at home the Lady 1:3y
Bait magazine published in Gainesville.The year.It; was the second time the Lady Tornadoes were extended to 3 games t'i
s: told about Lawrence's weightlifting background as 1978 t'i i
4 page story Tornadoes have lost to Buchholz this and outlasted Gainesville High l -ll.
high school state champ in the 198 pound division and his strong showing improvement overa 13-15,15-7 in a district match.
but big
against Mississippi St., where he was in on 30 plays, the most of his varsity year; 7-15,6-15, was defeat a against the Bobcats With Pat Slocum serving up 6 "HI" : ..'

.I career. here two weeks ago. points including numbers 11-14 and I'm "Cookie" ':1:l
Senior Lorraine Bass led a balanced McCloud also delivering 6, includingthe ,. -
Good Sportsmanship Shown by Bands... effort in the first game with 4 ser 15th BHS won in game one. trust your cleaning tt.; i
As fans filed out of Bradford High stadium after the BHSSt.Augustinefootball vice points, including an' ace, and a Gainesville came back to knot the needs to me. ti= '
game bands of the two schools continued to play, as usual. spike as BUS won 15-13 to throw a match at a game apiece but the Lady :'..: J
First they took turns playing.Then,the two bands challenged each other, scare into Buchholz. Valerie Mc- Tornadoes were easy winners in Call .:..
playing at the same time. Both bands had excellent sounds, and by this timea Cloud Chris Strickland, and Wendy game three.McDougald. 473.3857 ...t...! ,
few hundred fans had stopped to listen. McDougald each added 3 serves in the served 6 straight for
Suddenly Bradford High band members streamed onto the football field win. points 9 through 14 to put BUS out in
,I and headed across to stand before the St.Augustine bands. Then both bands Buchholz rallied back to win the front.Tennis :
played together- a graphic example of good sportsmanship in the friendly
i and traditional rivalry with St.Augustine High." Tourney Set at Country ClubThe Jr.JI.f

... BHS basketball coach :Mike Sexton already had scheduled home-and- Starke Golf&: Country Club will be hosting a mens and womens tennis
away series with neighboring 2A schools Union County and Keystone tournament on Saturday, Nov. 13, and deadline for signup is next Wednesday '
Heights even before he got wind of Bradford moving to 2A., Oct. 20.
Entry fee is $5 for club members and$10 for non-members who are local
... For those of you awaiting a city tennis tournament in Starke rec. direc- residents.Forms are available through golf pro Herb Herres at the pro shop )
tor Cheryl Godwin says there probably won't be any such animal until the (964-5441) t ? .'
spring, by which time the city's courts at Pratt St. should! be resurfaced she ..
ls. A good alternative in between is the net tourney planned at the :Starke . _
i Golf & Club (locar non-members can play) for Saturday. Nov 13.ingline w,"'. --_. .--. ._ : ,- .. .-. .
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Honorable Lawrence Mosley Honorable J.T. Parrish

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110 W. Call St. Starke, 964-5764 ". khN,1t '
'CLERK'Gilbert S. Brown -'(904) 964- 280 Ext. 201

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BRADFORDbf .'.... ..._ The Union County
A Special Feature Section Containing Informative Items

B.. That Affect Residents Bradford, Union and Clay Counties ,J iPrttvlOI'ITOR TIMES

Thursday,October 14, 198Z
B Section .
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I ,, : ., !; Fine lovers take notice
: !.:,I .r "v'' \!"11m'! :I I'>J'I'I.: ', arts ,

..,." ,Evenings: at Women's Club begin
\ _.
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All will be followedby with no resident theatre.
"Thursday Evenings at the Starke performances
ti: Since 1974 they have toured with
the "Meet the Per-
omen's Club" will be the wat-
.. chword for lovers of the fine arts formers" receptions sponsored by the their unique style of storytelling
theatre throughout the nation,
again this Fall as Santa Fe Community Starke Women's Club.
,: : ; College the 1982 Fall According to Dr. Benard J. McFad- cluding performances at the Lincoln
i presents
,: Center for the Performing Arts, and
.I' .Festival for the Performing Arts den, Santa Fe College Starke Center
at the Festival of American Folklifein
,, J.aunching the Fall Festival's fifth Coordinator,"Bradford County is for-
Washington. They have also had
icason which includes presentationsf tunate to have these cultural oppor-
/ several successful off-Broadway runs
. tunities reserved for larger
music, theatre and dance, is the
I IJ Ii Srasswind Quintet, a contemporary cities, especially this year in the face in New York.
of wide cutbacks by this administra-
version of the more'traditional brass
i luintet. The Brasswind will be tiono in funding for the arts." The Sidewalk Dance Theatre is a
modern dance under the
eatured in the Thursday ofMs company
direction of Annie Since its
free-to-the-public cultural The Brasswind Quintet has Genung.
s" year's developed a concert format which beginning in 1976, the company has
series at 8 October 21.
t tJ
t p.m. been noted for its freshness and
gives the audience a chance to share
On Thursday, November 4, the
if i Roadside Theatre will present their enjoyment of the performence, originality. Sidewalk's repertory is
'Ii. fcdFox-Second Hanging, an exciting rather that to merely observe it. To extremely varied with wide audience
. md authentic mountain tale of a U.S. achieve this goal the Quintet has appeal, using music from Sousa to
4 '
available works ranging from as ear- Schumann. .
I If Marshall hanged in 1893 for the am-
; ush murder of moonshiner. The ly as the Sixteenth Century to the
modern works of today. All programs begin at 8 p.m. at the
n i l I 1982 Festival Series will conclude on a Starke Women's Clunb. The perfor-
iclightful note with the Sidewalk The Roadside Theatre from mances are free and open to the
.'"' Dance in concert on Thursday is road community public.
.' November 18. Whitesburg, Ky. a

:'. ;' Bradford Health Festival Coming Soon I IThe

Third Annual Bradford County show and at the gate for a fish fry. Auxilliary at the fairgrounds.
".. Tickets for this complete meal are set For further information contact
,- I Health Fair will be held October 23 at Committee Chairman
will Carnival Terry I
" r.i the Bradford County Fair Grounds. at $3. Hamburgers and hotdogs
also be on sale By the Hospital Ladies Freeh at the Hospital.
. There is no admission charge to this _
' I. ---"'-- fDIIo.p_!'7,""' J .
:: successful event and the public is
:,. welchme to attend.
;',:.- There will be free screening offeredat rs ,.
different booths at the Fair in- 1 g r -
i cluding ones for diabetics,pulmonary 1 t li, d -

..:':' checks, hearing tests, blood pressureand tr,, rt 'i --,
;.: glaucoma. II ::::,
' <, / l There will be a haunted house set up ; : :
;'.. ... fI + for kids of all ages, a baking contest V- ? :
:: ,beginning at -1:30 p.m., pony rides :::
: .-t ,i and petting zoo, a greased pig con- --
:I ,.test, which is always one of the most
" popular events with the younger set
:i and "Great Contest" for '
. a Pumpkin ::2:
: J
. .
- children. .
elementary age ',
::: ,Elementary school children will be ". "t.il \
.:1 ; busy the week before the contest ': '.il..:,' :. 4-
designing and carving their best pum- \t.;
pkin creations for judging at the
:: show. Judging time has beeen set for .. .
- 1:30: p.m
:;i a There will be many other booths set .
;:. up at the fair as well, including games
and activities. '
Tickets will be on sale at Bradford
County Hospital the week before the Clowning around for the Health Festival

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.., The lirasstcind Quintet Y

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y wainwright: ]Prisons are too full BUY A CHEVY, GEt

The state's prisons are packed witha .filed a civil action denied suit in 1972 their t claiming rights- available mates. bed space is for 27,600 In- AN EASTERN AIRLINES
prisoners are
inmates, according to
record 27,000
and given unusual punishment by be- Temporary plywood housing for the
Corrections Secretary Louis Wain- forced to live in overcrowded con 1,600 inmates with "crisis beds" has
wright. Emergency construction is ditions. been set up at the Florida State TICKET FOR TWOHere's
i holding the system within court- Wainwright said the state has 26,691 Prison in Starke, Lancaster Correctional -
ordered inmate space requirements,. inmates in 26 prisons and 80 locations Institution and Tomoka Correctional -

I. said"Now Wainwright.the state must decide across Florida as of October 8. The Institution, he said.
whether it can afford to continue put-
ting people in prison at the present
rate/' Wainwright told the Rotary Mark L. Abramson, M.'D.UROLOGY .
Club in Jacksonville Monday.
Wainwright said if the inmate
population continues rising at present

rates,the prison system will require a (Male &: Female Kidney, Bladder &: Prostate Problems)
record $250 million to operate next how much your two round-trip ticket'sworth

year. Will Now Be Seeing Patients At
said the state had
But Wainwright

complied by a federal with last judge Firday's by placing deadlineset extra Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30: 11 am flying from Jacksonville to Las Vegas

inmates in 1,600 "crisis beds," Please see your physican for referral or call 964-6000

within requirements.U. the court-ordered. prison space 162800. '82 Models in Stock included

S. District Judge Charles R.
Scott had ordered the state prison
system population reduced to the Ir o at Baldwin Chevy-Olds
court-established maximum -'26,000 The
beds by Oct.8 in the latest round of a
decade-old legal battle by prison .In-
mates. Meat Store .
Inmates in the state prison system
Choose one of' 116 cities in 14 countries

Newly Has First Opened EscapeeAn Prison- 105 Edwards Road when you buy any of these selected Chevroletsl!

Airlines. Choose one of 116 cities in the USA Canada.
before! Just buy
offer like this
housed in the newly You'VA never seen on
inmate 964.8290 selected Mexico. Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Caribbean
New River Annex prison a new Chevy Chevette, Citation or .
opened November 15, 1932, Come in soon and get all the details Youwouldn't
Sunday by apparently crawling S-10, C10 or LUV truck
escaped offer like this.
wont to miss out on on exciting
under the chain link fence that and you'll get a round-trip ticket for two on Eastern
surrounds the temporary .institution. USDA Choice
Joseph J. Wemple, a minimum- $2 09

ing custody in the inmate prison,kitchen was last at seen lunchtimeand work- N. Y. Strip./ . ...hh

was reported missing about 3:30: '
p.m >during a routine count of Inmates USDA. CHOICE BEEF CHEVETTE g CITATION
according to Department of $159 rg

Corrections spokesman Vernon Brad- Short .: : . ., ,Ib
search with tracking dogs was BONELESS' *
begun and Wemple's blue prison USDA 99. -
pants and shirt were later found at a $1 SAVES10 '

house near Lawtey. As of Wednesday ,Rump Roast. . . . ...,.1b .
afternoon Wemple had not been re ) ,"' '. e. rp iq v
captured. FRESH 5'
Wemple is serving a two-year :

sentence weapon in for Volusia carrying County.a prohibited Ground Beef. : .,:. . . . .. .. $129 upw' CIO PICKUP

New River Annex, Florida's newest .., ;
penal institution, .
SR-16 from Florida State Prison. The ROUND .**' "* '. '- I'
woodframe prison is administrativelylinked 3 9

to. the Lake Butler Receptionand S.I i . . ..*.a. AND FLY
Medical Center,which is about 13 ;ti ,BUY NOW p
miles southwest of there. The facilityis A2AR HOT OR MILD ". $1 -
designated medium''to custody house' inmates 600 minimumand in IS SAUSAGE .,. .?;:. . : .. .It, .79. "paTJicipotm"--dealers' contribute $175 to this program. This may offecf, your vehicle. cost -o make your best dealSTARKE

dormitory barracks recently built
with Inmate labor. FRESH $

prison The Annex expansion is part program of a $17.9 approvedby million PORK. STEAKS... .. ,......":-'", ... .,., .. . .n 159PIGTAILS ** *
in June. Construct .
tion the at Legislature the kite began around the first ,...... L.m.;, ;. "",\ :. .._. Ib ;J:,
of Agugust.Facilities containing 1,100 ,
temporary beds. costing about ,$8 FRESH-TURKEY J "

million at and a cost more of $9.9 that million 55 permanentbeds will be WINGS NECKS, . ..'..:. :.r.. .. .1b 59C. vt JOl (WITH MM
added to the state's overcrowded LYKESALLME FLORIDAUS
prison system this year. : ,
There >were about no ir"P, HOT DOGS . . .
residents at the annex when the 301 NORTH PHONE 964-7500
escape occurred. Bradford said.

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ItEGIPE5 irir ri DPNow I

more than eve; were right for you!

1 favorite recipe at the"office"is one WED., OCT. 14-20, 1982
Jarbara Nail brings in her crock-


Cook one lb. potato cut into chunks
with one onion (chopped) in salt

water Mash until the well potatoes done.slightly.Salt GET FREE GOLD AT WINN-DIXIE!

and pepper and maybe cut up a

stalk Add of butter celery.a can of evaporatedmilk 18" STERLING SILVER OR 18" 14 KT GOLD FILLED CHAINS '..
and a cup of water. :;
Put In your crock pot and cook on
low.Enjoy.. WITH $300 IN WINN-DIXIE GOLD

A favorite casserole of Barbara's is REGISTER TAPES (DATED AUG. .19 OCT. 27, 1982)
the following.

Vegetable Casserole Cubic Zirconia IIALF $Q22 '* $ OO Cubic ZirconiaSOLITAIRE
CARAT, ,, ., Cubic Zirconia HALF CARAT .9-
1 can shoe peg corn (drained) I..P"' ?"'" p
1 can French style green beans '''' r'4'WII.hnI4'H' PENDANT t ACM PIUS TAX W1 fM JtOO mio.oMEaSTERTAVEa J )9-
(drained) () CARAT .
$1999. $
1 can cream of celery RING
soup CARATE "i.....mvii' ONE CARAT -j 92
Mi cup chopped onion ACM PLUS/ TAX W'IHII00"000.DR'O"TE"UPEI s
'/ cup chopped bell pepper ATM 11 IW'IA*WiN.aN1i-.MF"H Ht IAM/RIAPIN EACH PIUS'AX w'TNIEO-oaoIIFat' TWM ,
'/i cup celeryi
'/ cup grated cheddar cheese -
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'/i cup sour cream
Combine all ingredientsMelt
14 stick margarine mix with I
cup crumbled cheese nips. Put on top: --
and bake at 300 degrees for 30 to 4C tT
minutes. KRAFT
This cake could be used for morning IG
coffee breaks or enjoyed as a dessert :itr CAMPBELL'SKRAFT MACARONIDINNERS JOY

later Buddy in the highly day.recommends this: Tomato. TOMATO SOUP s o B-B-Q SAUCE If DISH LIQUID

Graham Cracker Cake

salt'1'/i'2 teaspoon cup teaspoon flour baking each baking powder soda and 5 1 1S.0z.1geCANS $119

l'/4 cup cups grahamcrackercrumbs 10-oz. 7 BOXES-ox. 22 BTL.-oz.

'i cup butter or margarine, soften
Limit S with$7.SO or men
2/3 cup granulated sugar purchoM .xclud. CB! >* SAVE 26CC SAVE 30'
2/3 cup packed light-brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla RESERVED
1 cup buttermilk WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. fgDaR.
I 1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans ar=
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Stir together flour, baking powder d' ,\
soda and salt; mix with crumbs; set MIRACLE WHIPSALAD I I w.
aside. In Beat large in bowl cream butter and DRESSING . ; $1"| &-" THRIFTY M; f I -
sugars. eggs one at at time

/ and flour vanilla mixture;;! beat to egg until mixture fluffy.alternately Add- KRAFT FRENCH 10OO ISLC,-DRESSINGS I .... .1.1eTL.,. $1?- ., lhlilt-yl0 j CORN n--: .os GOLD .MEDAL r V I) (1 I' J

with buttermilk,beating just to .KRAFT JET PUFF ,_ . .j .,
blend. Stir in walnuts. Spread in MARSHMALLOWS .2 PKGG 1De:: $)001' -- 1'1"'"
greased(Inch square baking pan.
for Bake 40 minutes in preheated or until 350 pick degree inserted oven in SUNBELT DIAPERS .IK6'. $599 ) 2 LEGS 2 BREAST
Makes 10 servings.C. CEREAL . . 12-0.10. $1 59 19"


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TWIN ROLLS 0 . 2"-0'. $119'.".. -'IItttll THRIFTY MAID SOUTHERN STYLE ." : > K,:
BISCUITS 0 0 2 PKOS.; $100 LOUIS RICH ')*\ .
CREAM CHEESE :fts 99c .
0 : 99c BAKED LEMON ,
LB. LB. KRUNCH PIE.J&tf; ; ; : 199
= A NEEZ WHIZ .Ik. s2" BAG BAG T -

.j CHEESE :SS: $219OP :
?; ONLY'1588 LIGHT SPREAD 0 0 0 0 OwL $139 vMY.-:
Buy Kwikset's toughest
deadlock-the 880-and t
get a matching Kwikset
1 .
entry lockset FREE($20.00 LILAC ff
suggested retail value). SAVE 40 OLD CHOCOLATE

The maximumsecurityKwikset BATH COCATISSUE f'' MILWAUKEEBEER .
880 deadlock puts ( DRINK

the pry-resistant protectionof COLA ; CHOCO-CHARM
a\" hardened-steel ( : XOT
: deadbolt into every door.
: The 880 and the precisions -
s entryset have the I2a59 $ q
i same polished-brass finish. 6gePKG. 4 7 -t,
:: And they use the same 4.ROLL 99c GALLON
f key for extra convenience : CANS JUG
f (four keys included).
Together they offer one
f" of the most effective waysto SAVE 20 Ste SAVE 70 vE
protect your home /
7 and family.
t Put double protectionon
your home today. And
7 save up to$20.00 with a I

-i free kurikref Kwikset lockset. ROAD SHOW SWEEPSTAKES GRAND ,PRIZE WINNERS OF

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Building Supply ''J "
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SAVE SAVE 3rrrwrrne( ObituariesEthel

S 58 i BillingsMrs.

coupoly coupon coupon i
1 11 Ethel Billings.58, of Pomona,
SCOTT 1j 1 Calif. died at Chino Community
KRAFT SUPERBRAND1 Hospital Tuesday,Oct. 5.
Born in Middleburg and had residedin
i Pomona for seven years,she was a
Survivors include'I her husband,
M-MAYONNAISE Frederic; three daughters,Linda Sue
Mosley of Fla., Barbara Ann Martinez
of Pomona and Edith Taylor of
; High Springs Fla.; four sons, Glenn,
Jimmy and Robert Mosley of Florida
and Larry Mosley of Pomona; one
) COUPON 0000 OCT. 141.20, 1181 I COUPON GO CO OC I i 1Y UP 1 10, 1881 sister Louise Raulerson of Starke;
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Services were held Friday, Oct 8,
i at Riverside National Cemetery at 2
SAVE p.m.Burial was in Riverside National
H AVAL AND COMPLETE'' DETAILS w Ty Cemetery, Riverside, Calif.

BAVARIAN AT OUR Graveside Mary services E.Henry held at 2
": ; were

CHINA I L I L I Cemetery p.m. Wednesday for Mrs. Mary In E.Oaklawn Henry

STORE DISPLAY! i 98 in,Keystone who died Heights.W Sunday.night,October 10

native of rl, Mrs. Henry
PER VALUABLE. COUPON- spent most of her line in Jacksonville,
FOMCVCII MlMO"' moving to Keystone Heights 12 years
----COUPON-- I,2
CHINA to reside with her Mrs.
:: ago daughter,
C SAVE 52.00' Gertrude H.Stephens.
STAMP ; Mrs. Henry was very active in the
I H First Presbyterian Church where she
ON OUR :: J CREAMER had served as President of Women of
the Church and as President of the
Only I SAVINGSPLAN 1 R.DularDlecountPrrce. S p Church Women United.
Coupon Swing 200
Having been one of the founders
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00.1410 Price with Coupon $7.99 !
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EF PE and the first President of the
with e_>ch S3 OO purchase Southside Womens Club, Mrs Henrywas
Z- RUE OAKLAND... 4Z PRICES GOOD THURS. WED./ also very active in civic affairs.
WITH ----- -
EACH $3.00 PURCHASE OCT. 14-20, 1982 Mrs. Henry is survived by her
daughter Mrs.Gertrude H.Stephens,
of Keystone Heights.


f: Fresh 1
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USDA CHOICE '' USDA INSPECTED Seafood l USDA CHOICE The family of Infants Yvonne
s Denise and Yvette Thornton would
; like to thank Archie Tanner Funeral
TIP LEG QUARTERS AT WINN-DIXIE ; i RID ROAST Home and Bro. and sister Cercey for
the fine job they have done for us.
We appreciate the thoughts anti
.... HADDOCK FLOUNDER of involved.
prayers everyone
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"Outriggers" shop stays busy outfitting area hunters, survivalists '

By Mark Friedtin "The difference is what we call stoppIng anything else, is one example.
BCT Staff Writer k power and overall firepower. Costing over $500 the weapon was
These guns are light and easy to han- first developed for the military as a
Starke's "Outriggers" Gun and I ..y dle but they put out an incredible fully automatic weapon, then con-
Survival Equipment store's popularity amount of firepower against a possible verted to the semi-automatic mode
is both a sign of the times and a 'lndl group of armed assailants. for civilian use. The stubby little
result of the differences In the gun Fully automatic.weapons are legalto weapon spews out an astonishing
laws of surrounding counties. private'citizens to own but are amount of lead in a short amoun of
AI Espinosa, owner and orperatorof "very difficult" according to Wilkinson time.
the Outriggers shop says the lack to keep legally. A "Class Three" Ominously though, Mac-lOs ahave
of a required waiting period for gun weapons ownership license is required been recovered by police in the wakeof
purchases in Bradford County give by the State to own an organized crime activities,
him an added advantage in the age- automatic rifle and the stipulationsand especially in South Florida, which
old profession of selling arms. the cost of that procedure? which have been converted from semi-
"About two years ago,and especially inehlves an exstensive security and automatic to fully automatic modes
last year, there was a big burst of background check puts many potential by the criminals themselves."It's .
media coverage and concentration on owners off. really not such a difficult thingto
the crime issue. says Espinosa a Still the sale of the semi- do if you have someone that has the
former resident of Miami who openedthe automatics, which are the same rifles mechanival knowledge," Wilkinson
shop here two years ago. "Peoplein but designed to only fire one shot at a said. "Of course, it is very illegal to
general are really worried about time, are still increasing. own a fully automatic weapon and if
protecting themselves right now. You The Mac-10, a particularly deadly the illegal conversion is not done cor-
ust have to take one good look at gun that looks more like a couple of rectly the results can Injure or kill the
Miami and anyone could see the need lengths of pipe stuck together than, See seven
for this type of protection." 4tf page

And that type of protection Is in .. --
abundant supply in Ai's shop. Guns of ,
all varieties adorn the wooden walls
and his assistants Nelson Citta and $ ./ The Great Eyeglass Trade-In!
Wayne Wilkinson who also works for "
the Bradford County Police Department r1, hN
are kept busy cleaning and f.'
repairing the weapons as well as Trade in any old frame and receive a $20.00 discounton
showing the steady stream of any complete pair of glasses (lenses and frame).
customers their wares. H,
Gun sales have reached new a.'f
heights in Florida and much of the Bring us your new prescriptionor
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years tribute to something the rising researchers crime rate and at- Wayne Wilkinson holds lightweight semi-automatic K.G. 9

the accompanying media coverage. Located at
Cuban refugees, who came ashorein Carter were afterwards found to be over their collective heads trying to, You've got to protect you own home."
great numbers duing the "Mariel seeded by Fidel Castro with hardened cope with a quickly spiraling crime: Buying habits have changed a great \ US 301 & Edwards Road
Harbour Boatlift" in 1979 at the"open criminals and mental ward inmates deal in the past few years as well. Across from Community Bank
arms' invitation of President who soon had Miami police forces rate.Many of the refugees, especially "Customers are much more willingto The E Ye9 lass Store 964-8588
those who had no relatives or forms of pay higher prices for heavier
support, quickly turned to the drug firepower, according to Al's assis- Open: Mon-Fd. 9-5:30
trade and the violence intensified. tant Wayne Wilkinson. "We have Sat 9-1:00
The murder rate in Miami for 1979 always sold all types of pistols but the
and 1980 led the nation, with random popularity of the semiautomaticshave
-, killings and near gang warfare erupting been on the increase."
,r as rival groups competed in Semi-automatics rifles are models
-'. 1 .. deadly fashion, often drawing innocent based on military weapons like theM Ask About Our Contact Lenses.
i : / bystanders into their struggles. -I6, which was used by American
.. Jt "That is what really set it off in the combat forces in Vietnam, and small,
media," Espinosa said. "Time but very lethal"grease guns" like the Rodney L. Sumner Owner Licensed Optician
magazine did a cover story and lots of type of weapon brandished openly by
people all over the country read about Secret Service agents in the confused
i the situation. That's when our sales aftermath of President Reagan's
really took off, and I cant say I assasination attempt by John Hinckly
: blame them. People in the Starke Jr. in 1980.
LF-- area are very conscious about protec- "Semi-automatics are very popular -is] Professional Opticians of Florida
1 ting themselves and their families, with businessmen who are on the road ==g Memberiiiii
we do live near a prison and the alone for long stretches of time in ,
r chance is always there for escape. crime-ridden areas," Wilkinson said.
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.---, --- ----,--------e-I Sinkholes
Miss can cause water pollution
Yvonne Thornton Survivors include her .husband Graveside funeral services will be
Miss Yvette Thornton Leon Stanford of Waldo; two held at 2 p.m.on Thursday,Oct. 14, in
Sinkholes, which and oils Dottchcr. who has
are common in Stormwater can carry tars porary says al00.yearold
daughters Miss Cindy Stanford and Hope Baptist Church Cemetery with
this area and have from with sinkhole his
swallowed the streets,
along on
Mrs. Debby Russell, both of Waldo Rev. Pat and Rev Harry
Infant twins Yvonne and Yvette ; Murphy
soil Waldo. "After
parking lots and city chemicals heavy metals eroded a while sand that
four sons, GlenStanford of Varnadoe officiating. Jones Funeral
Thornton, one day old children of Atlanta blocks contaminants.
separate Incidents in and bacterial Or' falls into a sinkhole plugs it and startsto
Ga., Leon Stanford of Snellville Ga. Home Keystone in
Robert Heights was
and Audrey Mae "
Cooper Florida
this year can also pose a dinarily stormwater collects in filter the runoff again, he said.
Charlie of of .
and Stanford, both charge
Danny arrangements.Lois
Thornton of Starke died Saturday, Waldo threat to underground water supplies, lakes, drainage ditches and large Plugging a sinkhole will stop future
Oct.Gainesvilln.V,at Shands Teaching Hospital in Starke; one,.brothzr and one,Rev.sister Bob,Cooperof Mrs. says a water quality expert puddles. It is purified as it slowley damage to water but will not solve the

Virginia Rowe of Gainesville and E. Vojnovskl seeps through soil. immediate problem he added.
Survivors other than their parents ; Because they connect to an People who get their drinking water Sinkholes are caused when either
include two sisters, Sylvia and Lisa seven gl'W1dchlldten.Funeral Mrs. Lois E. Vojnovski, 60, of underground network of waterbear- through a well and who live in the too much or too little rain changes
Thornton and one brother Glen services were held at 5:00: Hilltop Road in Keystone Heights ing cavernous limestone sinkholes area of a fresh sinkhole, even small water levels and pressures in the
Thornton all of p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7, at Waldo Bap died in Methodist caverns whose ceilings have collapsed -
Starke.Grandparentsare tist Jacksonville ones, should be alert for signs of contamination underground aquifer.
Church with Rev. Nathan Boles
Hospital following a can provide a direct route to the
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nettles, says Bottcher. They area a natural phenomenon to
Burial in Waldo
was long illness. underground aquifer, according to
Mrs. Gracie Douglas and Mr. Willis which Florida is particulary prone
Thornton. Cemetery under the direction of Ar- Born in Speigner, Ala., on Oct. 5, Dale BoUcher professor with the "The most obvious signs area a due to the state's underlying bed of
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. 1922 Mrs. Vojnovski moved to University of Florida Institute of
Graveside funeral services were discoloration of the water sedimentsIn porous limestone and variable rain
conducted at 2 P.M.Sunday Oct. 10 at Nathon Keystone Heights from Hawthorneover Food and Agricultural it, or an odor. If there are any indications pattegns.
Roy Hoffler. Sr.
Pine Grove Cemetery with Archie a year ago. She was a retired Sciences(IFAS). that the water may be con- There is very little people can do to
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in secretary with the Naval Air Station "So stormwater that drains into taminated, the best thing to do is to prevent sinkholes except to limit
charge of arrangements. Roy Nathon Hoffler, Sr. of Lawtey and belonged to the Methodist faith sinkholes flows directly Into the contact the local health department," pumping in groundwater areas proneto
died Sunday morning Oct. 10, in She is survived by her daughter. ground water and no longer has the he said. sinkholes and to divert stromwaterfrom
Jacksonville following a brief Illness. Miss Pamela Vojnovski of Keystone benefit of filtering through the soil," In most cases water quality problems existing sinkholes,Bottcher con-
RearAdm. Anthony L. Danis, Born and raised in Newbern, N.C.,. Heights; and a sister, Mrs. Helen Bottcher said. from sinkholes will be tem- cluded.Hunting .
USN, Ret. Mr. Hoffler moved to Bradford County O'Connor of Raytown, Missouri.
in 1969 he The family of Mrs.
wnere was employed at Vojnovskf -
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the Bradford-Union Vocationa received friends for visitation at :
Rear Admiral Anthony L. Danis Technical Center in Starke as an instructor Jones Funeral Home, Keystone
USN (Ret.),83,of Melrose, died Mon- for 10 years. He was of the Heights on Sunday,Oct. 10, from 2 to' ,
day, Oct. 11, at his home following a Baptist faith.Survivors 4 p.m. Funeral.services were held in Season Opens SoonWinchester
short. illness. invlude his wife, Mrs. Oak Hill Cemetery Prattville, Ala. :
Born tn Woonsocket R. H., Rear Helen A. Hoffler of Starke; two Jones Funeral Home was in charge of I stock up UOWi
Admiral Danis had lived in the daughters, Mrs. Paula Waldron and local arrangements.
Melrose area for the past 30 years.He Mrs. Wanda Hoffler; one son, Roy N. I Model 94 Camouflage Water Proof
retired from the Navy in 1952 was a Hoffler,Jr. of Keystone Heights; five Card of Thanks : 3D-3D
at the University of Florida Face Match
professor step-children Michael Larsen Pam I

Engineering Research from Padgett, Doug Doss Lynn Doss and _THANK YOU to the many wonderful : I315995 Paint 99'' Case $1.69
19531967.He was also a 1922 graduateof Buddy Doss, and nine grandchildrzn. people who have helped us so I
U.S. Naval Academy and receiveda Funeral services were held much the I
during past weeks.
Wednesday, Oct. 13, at the of RB Hold 12 Shells Camouflage
Masten Degree in Engineering Chapel To our pastor and church family at : ( Rutger
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
from Harvard. Pine Level who responded so quicklyand -Shirts
I ,- No. 1022 Shotgun
Starke with Dr. Arthur of-
Admiral Danis was a member of Joseph lovingly to every need..To so I "
the St. William Catholic Church of ficiating.: Burial was in Crosby!? Lake many other churches and Christians I 'r; $99.95 Shell Pouch$495 4.95
Keystone Heights, a member of the Cemetery with Archie Tanner whose prayers have given us : :
Retired Officers Association, the Ar Funeral Home of Starke In charge of strength..To all those who have been I GI 1 Quart Good Selection of Used
my Navy Club Washington, D.C.and arrangements. so generous with clothing, furniture, ". ?:
the Athenium Club of Gainesville. and financial: assistance..For all the Canteens
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Ver- Mabel A. PhillipsMrs. food, lovely flowers and many cards : $ 695Fatiques 2 6 95
na S. Danis of Melrose;one son, Com- Mabel A. that were such a blessing and com- Set
Phillips, 71,
mander A. L. Danis, Jr., also of fort..Your caring and sharing is deep-
Melrose and three grandchildren. Crystal Lake near Starke, died Monday ly appreciated and will help us w/nylon cover w/H2 puriflcator New $39.95
Oct. 11 in Miami
following a long
rebuild lives in
Graveside services with full illness. our the days ahead. :

military honors will be held Friday Born in Bristol Fla. on Feb. 18 Gary and Tia Osborn G.I. Issue
Vernle All Smiths
Oct. 15,at 10:00 a.m..at Arlington Na- 1911, Mrs. Phillips moved to CrylltaiLake Thornton '' .
.tional Cemetery. A memorial service over 20 years ago. She was a Arkansas Machettee Parkerized
will be held at a later time in St. member of the Hope Baptist Churchin
William Catholic Church in Keystone Theressa. Free BoreSighting 30 DID $1295
Heights Survivors include her husband, Pressure Washing : Stoves off ,8- Blade

In lieu of flowers, contributionsmay James D. Phillips, Sr.; a daughter, Mobile Homes, w/
be made to the Youth Fund at St, Mrs.Carolyn J.Ward of Miami; three Houses Boats etc. Purchase of Scope & Rings Silent Buck StopStink
William C. ,
sons, Phillips of Palatka, I I
Williams Catholic Church
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.Keystone Joseph E. and James D. Phillips,Jr., 473.4165 Rifle Sling Hunteut
both of Miami Knife
; seven grandchildrenand
Heights is in charge of arrangements.: several great-grandchildren. Free Estimates Doe In Heat

THE $3.59UTFITTERS With Sharpening Stone or Skunk Scent
Ernest II.Bridges .

Ernest Hurley Bridges, 51, of Popular Poulan 14" Micro 25 14.95 2.99
Starke, died Tuesday, Oct. 12, in
Alachua General Hospital following a : 904/964.7855
brief illness. Born in Cherokee County With .
Ala., Mr. Bridges was employedas 65 worth of FREE extras.

a dairyman until ill health forced
his retirement. He moved to Baldwin
approximately 25 years ago where he
lived until moving to Starke in 1980. .
,v'"" Survivors include his wife Mrs.. gAVE
1 :( France,'HJrWges* ; rlhree sons, ii WllhWEEK'END'
Michael'Hurtey pewayne and ErnestBr4daftO
ir'tatke;> his mother i ,
I Mrs Birdie Brplges of Starke; three i' .
sisters, Mrs. Mildred Williamson, ( [
Mry. Paulette Anderson and Virginia L L
Bridges, all of Starke; five brothers
i a! Harold Bridges of Keystone Heights
;: Clyde Bridges of Starke, Dewey
::5 Bridges of Macclenny, Franklin
u 0
is. .,-. Bridges of Lake Butler, and Bobby.
5: Bridges of Georgia. LILt'eFEF
S v Services were held Wednesday,
:5 e :Oct. 13, at 3:30: p.m. at the graveside
C with Rev. Walter Montz pastor of the
3 S s Church of God In Starke. Bqrial was
S; 'In Long Branch Cemetery with Archie e \ I PEOPLE
3 I Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in M25 14"with -,

j .t arge* of arrangements. '. regular nose bar 14"&sprocket chain.Compare PRICES GOOD OCT. 14-20, 1982
? Mi ElfenStanfoSlEHetf ms.,
'A"M.i' 14"'bar and chrome chain for fine ASSORTED COLOR, COMPATIBLE WITH
.1 Q.al l y Stanford, 42, of 12"bar and chain for rough cutting.cutting. PUSH BUTTON OR ROTARY SYSTEMS
,died Wednesday,Oct.6,at the r Powerful 2 cu in.engine.. _95 RE-DIAL
100% 139 (WITH LAST NUMBER )
litrtb .FlotkU r Regional Hospital'tOth1wlng bearings const. i
Ail xfended illness. Born Weighs less than 7V4 Ibs.
aid raised l U Worth County, Ga., shewas'theMaughter EZYTELEPHONE
and RClbt'tIAeSmith Cooper. She attended -
idle Crattf'Hospital Nursing Crystal River I Lake City Palatka
SchdoHif Atlanta.-When she moved to
: Hwy 19 S. 912 Daya 11.1. 2405 Crill Av.. ,
lee 'Waldo; simwa, employed at Shands
,a 1TealchtngUoepitalpntilHlhealth: forced :- GainesvilleHo Ocala Starke ,

retirement. She was a member of NW 16th Av. 3788 Sllv.r Spgs Rd. 539 E. Call St. CH19.
I1d "Ba'Dt1Jt Church. .

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Briefs ... ,. .. ..." .. .... .. .. .. "
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Flim-Flam Artist 'Michigan} Man driving a 1067 Plymouth ;was north damage the hood and grill area. 69 Rescue Runs Total calls lor the month were 69 .
Sought By Police bound in the same lane as Karoleski. The driver of the car"was Charles J. with 16'of' these calls not requiring .
ChargedRobert Karolsekl applied brakes'' but could Duffy of Tarpon Springs,according to Made In SeptemberThe transportation. '
A Lochloosa man was bilked out ofa not change lanes due to traffic. The Trooper W. M. Abrams. Unit of Twenty-seven were taken to Bradford
L. Fulmerhouser, 38, of Rescue operating out l
left front of of the
AMC struck the
large amount of money last Wednes Hospital Hospital and twenty-six were
Rled and Bradford County for the
in City Michigan was arrested .Plymouth in the left side.
day Starke by a film-flam artist
Starke Man ArrestedIn month of has issued the ten
charged false imprisonment October September See
to the page
W. H. Spence of Lochloosa had just Damage Plymouth was$400.
9.Fulmerhouser. Accident .u.'nll.own.". r un re....rt.
cashed checks at the bank when the Damage to the AMC was $&)0, according Oct. 8
con man approached him in Bradford was arrested for to Lt. Eston Mother. Carl Wm Telken, 24, of Starke 'I
alledgedly holding juvenile In the was
Bond for
Dowling was set at$300 for
Center lot
Square Shopping parking SW 25th St. area in Starke according the DWI and arrested for driving while Intoxicated BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTS
$200 for the DWLR. He
and asked him to take him to a Keno ,
driving while his license
to Deputies John and was
Dempsey Greg
adress. Investigator Steve Backus Nichols: was released on1 his. own revolked and leaving the scene of an NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS!
said the con man ask Spence to hold recognizance. accident with In
Bond damage
was set at $3,000. property an
their combined cash inside a bandana Pending further investigation accident October 8 in the Handi-Way orangewopd Apartments
while he was inside in case anything Fulmerhouser hill probably be Animals On Highway parking lot'one mile south of Starkeon P.O. BOX 146
happened to him. returned to Tampa where.. he is SR-lOO.
After waiting a few minutes, the wanted for violation of probation. Cause Two AccidentsA Eunice N. Baker of Starke, driving Starke, Florida 32091'
victim discovered the con man had a 1974
cow was struck as it ran'across was stopped waiting
switched handerchiefs, leaving the SR-230 in front of a 1981 Mazada to get gas when Telken,driving a 1972
victim with only a wad of napkins, Raiford 1lanCharged pickup October 7, Dodge pickup, entered the parking
Backus said. 1 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat
The pickup driven by Benjamin C. lot, spun around, struck the left side '
The suspect is described as black, In AccidentJohn Roberts, of ,,Middleburg,received. of the Mercury and then left the scene and air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes;,stove and
about 29 years old, 5 ft. 9 inches tall of of the accident.
Henry Dowling, Raiford'was estimated damages of 1500. refrigerator
and weighing 140 pounds. A second cited for driving while intoxicated Damage to the cow is not known, it Damage to the pickup was $20. "
man who might have been involved In driving while his license was left the scene, according Trooper Damage to the Mercury was $100. For informationApplicationcontact
the scheme is about 27 years old and revolked and driving on the wrong p. C. Roberts. Bond was set at $300 for DWI, $200 : orangewood ApartmentsEqual
about the same height and weight. side of the road in an. accident in for DWLR and $250 for leaving the c/o Tracy flair, Manager
Starke Police Chief Bowen
Jimmy if Starke October 4. A deer was killed when it ran into scene, according to Trooper Kenneth Housing' 801 S. Water Street
said residents notify police A 1982 AMC, driven by Lee C. the path of a stationwagon October 8 Ethrldge. opportunity' '
someone tries to talk them into making 'Telken released his Starke Fl 32091
Karoleskl of Penn.was southbound on on US-301. The stationwagon, a 1979 was on own .
a lot of money for doing nothing. US-301 In the inside received recognizance.
lane. Dowling, Chevrolet .an estimated$700 .
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Prices Good thru Wed., Oct. 20, 1982

250.275 Ibs. Cut & Wrapped _. :
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Side of Reef. . . . .Free$1 beautyand home value advantages

Rib Stks on ttwst. .. ... .. .,.. . . .1.69 1.67 \

Chuck Stks 01 Roast. .. .. ... .. ..1.39 '
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Sirloin Steak. . . .....:..... .. . ,.$2.09 Ult Home Permanent Gentle Lilt can give you I _
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Cubed Steak. . ... .....:(;;..... . .Ib., $2.00 Special formula 1.99. II

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Starke Jaycees sponsor Bike-A-Thon

Starke Jaycees will sponsor a bike- fibrosis is born every five hours in the digestion and ward off lung Infection.All .
a-thon on Saturday Oct. 23, from 9 United States. kids and bike enthusiasts are
.I a.m, to 1 p.m". to support cystic Children with cystic fibrosis must welcome to join the cystic fibrosis
pvtiry fibrosis. undergo special therapy daily to keep bike-a-thon Saturday,Oct.23 at 9 am
The bike-a-thon will start in front of their lungs clear.They must also take For additional Information contact
i rrA t Bradford County Hospital on SR-230, medication with each meal to help Raymond M. Hunt at 964-5356.
proceeding one mile east to CR-230-A
and return to the hospital.This will bea
two mile course.
The cystic fibrosis foundation will
provide grand prizes to the top three
participants who collect the most
,, money state-wide for cystic fibrosis. 10% INTEREST WITH
First prize is a 19 inch color televi-
sion set; second prize is a 12 inch *No Down Payment *No Closing Cost
black and
white television set, and
third prize is an AM/FM digital clock
F "Gr radio. With Over 20 Models to Choose from

3, 9 S iJ Local prizes, donated by local merchants Built on Your Lot
# Will be awarded at each bike-
a-thon. Also, riders
collecting $25 or
r rI Call Jim Powell
more will receive an official bike-a-
thon T-shirt. For a FREE Brochure 1-473-4961
Cystic fibrosis affects the lungs and
digestive system and is the numberone "-4JBLPf
I '* genetic killer of children in our
country today. A child with cystic



I Outriggers Owner AI Espinosu
r 1 = s

!pun shop Gainesville Surgical Group THE PRICES ARE -


!'enjoys Allen Y.: DeLaney, M.D., F.A.C.S. i = -s -

Alex M.C. Macgregor M.D., F.A.C.S. BLP'SSOUTHERNIZH

I big sales. :
.. the --
announce relocation of their office = -- _

I Ii effective, the twenty-first day of September

i nineteen hundred and eighty two
I page four !

pwner. Naturally we' strictly =:
.discourage this practice by anyone. to
Espinosa says he got into the 6717 N.W. 11th Place Suite C [E1.! ? $1399 21.75SOUTHERNIZED
business originally from interest as a I > Reg.
hobby,and the business took off frdm Gainesville, Florida 32601 House Paint
there. He says he just follows the HOUSE PAINT
.r ..xn in-
.trends, 376-5255 Southernized House Paint resists mildew
"I saw a unique opportunity here in "
Bradford County after all of' the ,. ,and withstands the extremes of southern

publicity with the gun ownership laws IIJ weather. Maximum hiding power Easy to

bther being counties less restrictive," he says.here"It was than one in (,1 .......... *'." ... apply. Decorator colors. .

of the few things 1 knew a lot about so
I tried it here and it has been a suc .. .
cess. I have noticed that people were '
jmuch more' willing to pay Inflated, !: **** -*< ft a: ...tr""r! a crRegr"16.tIU' ".1 199
prlces"'fM'' wetpor.-jhaH\leren't 1m- {I 'V
< pnediately available, especially the a.II! )
: semi-automatics, than they are now. COVENTRY LATEX SEMIGLOSSA ouer tlr ,
: We try to attraco a lot of police '
business and we've noticed that they latex semi-gloss enamel wall paint. ,
pre paying a bit less than they did at
y a Dries even and smooth without color
the same time last year
.t I Does he think the curent populariitybf ice'Via. spots, shadows or shiners. For a beautiful
K- weapons is temporary then?! interior finish.
|; i "Not a bit, as long as society keeps
growing and the economy is flat with u t
not a lot of jobs available," he said. w
'The crime rate goes up in those BUSINESS $1199Reg.. 17.93

ituations and people feel the need torotect Ie7
> the.mselves.t:; I don't blame sir] -m: SPEEDECK FLOOR &
hem, the cri1ii tae is still high and
here are O1 hi gerous types out SPEEDECK DECK ENAMEL
I "oor/Deck Eno"* .
Another br&italbf!4!! ? Al's/ shop thatlas .... SpeeDeck is a quick drying, high-gloss

bevome mot < amore popular floor and deck enamel. Resists moisture
liver the past /jfeyr .years is the and salt water. For wood metal
urvlvalist" movement. people who
ire thatjivilization as we .. and masonry.
coa fSollapse and
ho. re are for that
tVentuality\ wlffsliocks of dried
Oodstuffs, ,,h (djin camps in -SUPPLIES 5-1/190
Wilderness areas, and supplies of Reg. 21.90 I *
rms and weapons. -AplXgS6
14|"Many people just think there is no NAM-A-LAC FOUR-HOUR ENAMEL -
knit spared for Jal era
\f nytnuigthat"might happen in the Literally "for everything". From interior
,i ture," \ umiSdn,bid. "The way furniture to exterior metal or wood. Great
society is today I can't really ,
Leaves no brush marks. +
tame them so we focus on sur-, hiding properties.
I Walist more and more." Empty Lard Cans Onion Sets
J AI's s gear Wfetfca.wide variety off
urvivalist, gear including campingnd Wood Burning Stoves Rye Grass Seeds
I bourse:outdoor, special equipment weapons and for of Kerosene Heaters Electronic Insect Killers $999Reg.. 15.45

wilderness protection including
I light eight collapsible rifles and COVENTRY ONE COAT
ther{/gear suited to extreme conditions Water Softener Salt Pellets
I One rifle at the shop with a V111_ LATEX FLAT WALL PAINT

barrel plastic,that waterproof collapses stock and features folds into a Pellets '7.6080 lb. bag Coarse '4.5080 lb. bag Coventry One Coat Latex Flat Wall Paint

then floats if dropped into the dries fast and lasts long. Available in a

Water. Order Your! Saddles, Riding Equipment, "I M.N HINT 3.d choice of magnificent colors. BLP's finest
| Sdme survivalists have even formed -
communities, most of them in theWRstern sir ,I'a
Handmade Boots &. Gifts from Bora Allen
States so far,that function as,
butposts guarding against what they Perfect for Gifts (Christmas is coming)
believe Is an uncertain future.As longs
they do, shops like the Outriggers

I hill continue to thrive. Alligator Creek Ranch'Hwy. 10 % Off Reg. Low' Price RUSKILJtittSfiUSTL

i 301 S. Starke 964-6973, RUS-KIL RUST-INHIBITING ENAMELA 'I LW"

For Hil Yniir Lawn A Rarrlan MonrleSYMPATHY tough, weather-resistant, high-gloss

I : ----:0-- coating. For wood or metal.interior or

t rw exterior Actually contains ,, ,
rust-inhibiting pigments. ...,<


Is What You Get From

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home... ,

We are an old established firm very experienced'assisting
r bereaved families through this time of sadness'by..making allthe .
necessary arrangements for service.

We can help you make advance funeral arrangements and
1{ ,, ,f limit cost.Now would be a good time to visit DeWitt C.Jones' JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYLake
Funeral Home' professional staff,to acquaint. yourself
the services they offer. Butler US 301 S. *Starke Keystone HeightsS.W.

6th Avenue 964-6078 Jet SR 21 & 100

DeWitt C.' JOneS' Funeral Home 496-3079 QwonH! limped 473-4973

Starke Keystone Hgts.
96441200 473-3176

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Big crowd enjoys ArtnuallVeedlework: : show=

"Mr n
Magic Needle presented its Needlrpolnt-Painted multt-ititcht
Eighth Annual Needlework Show Oc 1) Cheryl Gobwin, Starke-shnmp
tober 7 through October 10, 1982. boat picture, first place.

Entries were received from local 2)) Diane Ely Starke-Town scene,, ,,' :. ''','''r.. ,,'\ T
}}1 1S needleworkers as well as from area picture second place. ..: ''ltI"1' ,h" ? ''l, :f:,
cities and towns. 3)) Jane Mann Gainesville-balloons, r "
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Over 250 visitors enjoyed viewing picture, third place.NeedlepointPillows. (" \
the show and voted for their favorite "X ; ,

piece of handwork. Mrs. Carman :
Tharp of Newberry received the 1) Frances Maquire, Gainesville-

sweepstakes prize of a $25 gift cer- petite point ducks, first place. III :"
I tificate for her crocheted and em- 2)) vee Mason, Gainesvilleribbonand
broidered afghan with matching flowers, second place. '
pillow. 3) Mrs. Robert Autry, Starke- ;" .+... P 'uS lU

{ Mrs. Alicia Homrich, Gainesville, Snoopy third place. "Iit'" ','., ..
of the Bradford County Departmentof
Agriculture judged all entries and CREWEL:
presented the following ribbons: 1) Mrs. W. E, Moore, Gainesville-
r's Jacobean picture first place.

vl r1r' e+tr CHOCIIKT: 2-tie) Betty McKinley,
+ 1-tle) Mrs Carmen Tharp, Jacksonville-tigeg\ mother and cub ;

; Newberry-Afghan-matching pillow picture, and Becky Jones Starke-
r. % embroidered w/roses and Betty Pen- large sviling vessel picture, second
nington, Starke-Poinsetla afghan, (tied with B. McKinley) place.

tied for first place 3)) Leslie Moumnler Keystone Cheryl's Magic Needle... :.y
2)) Grace Harris Alachua-multi- Heights-Indian motif picture, third
1 1rH colored afghan, second. place. There are more than 12 different and eight different types of threads to
3)) Sandy Harris, Alachua-baby Honorable Mention: Marti Rad- show contrast and texture In this Malta stitched hand-painted canvas done in '

afghan third place.NKKOI.KPOlNTCrntcm. ford, Gainesvill -US. seal. corals, blues, and tans by Cheryl Godwin recreation director for Starke. I
Honorable Mention: Louise Mojon- Cheryl Is veteran In needlework and likes to do clowns, but she really shows

; ; worked: nler Kzystone Heights-vase picture. her expertise In this blue ribbon winner.

1) Kelly Coson, Starkeleopardhead 2)) Sylvia Thomas Lake', Butler- HOOK RUGS '*'
; first place. CROSS STITCH: Regular: LATCH :
Illy IllyRro 2)) Marge picture.Eland, Keystone Heights- 1)) Cheryl Godwin Starke-pair of Christmas tree skirt, second place.. 1) Leah Mathews Palatka-6xlO, ,

il v point lady with bouquet, second clown pictures, first place. 3)) Adele Hardenbergh Keystone oriental rug, first place.
i 4 2) Marjorie Carlisle, StarketriooldSouth Heights-skirt third place. 2) Jackie Oehlke Keystone :

place.3)) Thelma Townsend, Gainesville- picture, second place. Honorable Mention : Mildred Heights-childs rug, second face.
praying hands, third place. 3-tie) Marti Radford, Gainesville Roberts, Lake Geneva-tablecloth. 3) Sandy Harris, Alachua-childs .'
Honorable Mention: Mae Miller, German motif picture, and Susan wall hanging, third place. ,
Starke-bird Stocknen, Gainesville-kitchen motif KNITTING:
picture.Honorable. 1) Joan Smith, Gautler, MISC.:
rrcllepointPainted: Mention: Marge Eland, Miss.-swzater/blouse, first place: 1) M. Eland, Keystone Heights--'
1) Betty Kerr Palatka-hydrangea Keystone Heights-Christmas angels 2) Jean Logan Lake Geneva- cross stitch tray, first place.

picture, first place. picture.Merit. sweater, second place. 2)) Florence Ruud, Raiford-petite
2) Peggy Godwin Starke-coral Award: Suzanne Danis, 3) Judy Duffy Starke-sweater, point wild animal belt, second place. .

flowers, picture, second place. Keystone Heightspicture.Misc. third place. 3)) Pat Peddle Gainesville- "'
Winner... 3-lic) AI Carlisle StarkeBrahmabull needlepoint Christmas stocking, third

Mrs. Carmen Tharp pillow tthich HUHotrd foinpflition entrap ((lip belt in the shoof the Nettles, Lake Butler-Lady Hamilton 1)) Margaret Samuels Gainesville- 1) Mae Miller, Starke-needlepoint Honorable Mention: Amy Tison, rt .
Magic IS'pedlt A nurse, Mrs. Tharp had crocheted several afghan for her picture, third place (tied with A. Christmas tree skirt-12 days of chair and stool first place. Raiford-cross stitch Christmas orna0'

sons A Injury to her hand from writing too much forrrd her to stop awhile.Ciocheting Carlisle.). Christmas first place. rack 2) Mary needlepoint Cahil, Gainesville-luggage second place. ment. ....
this afghan. howe\er, helped restore the flexibility: to her hand r

and helped In her ret-o\ery. .'JI,


ELECTRIC PIONEER CO, Keystone Heights Ads 1 ''

Union County :,
Ceiling Fans & I


782fi5: ) SERVICES
,.AKILOT on and bottomed ClASSIFIED ADVERTISING OFFICE SPACE facing 2-2 BEDROOM houses for
should be submitted to the Lowr.nc. Blvd. Next doorto month
lake in Hillcrest. $800 rent. First and last
,(CARPENTER WORKI down. $146.44 per month. Lake Region Monitor office Andrews Drugs. Also rant. Plus $50 dep. $200. I HELP WANTED PERSONAL
work, kitchen In writing and paid In ad- several large offices 'for after
Remodeling Phon. 473-4058 or Call b.for.10 a.m. or SERVICESPORCH
LIMITED TIME ONLY i cabinets, and trim 473.4367 alter' 6 vance unless credit I I. rent In rear of building 4 p.m. 473-2578. 10/14
Reasonable established with facing Flamingo.
carpenter. .m.10/1 tfnchgtEAUTIFUl already
p SALE Rain Shine.train .
473-3411 10/1 tfnchg OPERATORS WANTED Inquire !
prices. Call 473-2477 alter LAKE GENEVAaccet this office.
staff beheld STORE BUILDING 1,000..q.ft.In In person 'at Lake set, lamp table onaV
5:30 10ltfnchgARPENTRY from 5500. Monitor cannot
3 br., brick veneer 1'/2 bath, central H/A (:: : p.m. AND MASONRY $500 *down lots $71.74 per responsible for front of Keystone Post Butler Apparel 650 SE 2nd chair, bear tamerlone.

carport, utility room and carpetingon WORK Building patio, month. Discount on entire mistake on classified Office on Commercial Circle Steve BroadwayTREE St., Lake Butler Florida. classic bow expandabletable
croft books and
to 3,000 ". Experience helpful but not
the .q.
addition, r.mod.ling.home. 10 acrea One waterfront when ad Is taken over up
your lot and tile work. Fr. lot. Call 4734375. 10/1 telephone.Classified. suitable for auto repair SERVICE necessary. Itchg 10/7 plies, tools, household
Phone 473-4473 deadline It etc. Call 473-2149 or evenIngs items, luggage, cloth *,;
during day. 10/1 tlnchg of Lawrence Blvd. Tuesday noon prior to 473-2014. 10/1 tfnchgGATORBONtV I* Removal books, music cook.
corner INSURANCE .
,, ,fclad. eld.
r.UglOU.el1 -
29500.00 LAKR 3' BR3 1
: I.ELECTROLYSIS Th. p.rma- and Flamingo\ near SR-100 Thursday publication. .;"Trimm ng ,
unwanted ,. ,, swords (lath,..tu .., H/A.Vefl.r. rorct..manvtfom..tr.f! '
nent'removaf of ,, and SRr21 m tn..,_c loni Mn>munn"/charge J" ; Ve "MINE?INSURANCE :AGENCYl ,
doyaActnikadSoturdoy Y
hair Complete skin care, office coma for .12.751. Jhen, 10 port, 1375/",,00. Ave.: .
4-separate Free Estimate] 160 S. lake lake Oct. 46 7:30 until 6. :41 '
eachword MOBILEHOME: 3BR 2 Bath ,
964.6853 PHONE 964.6853 'facial, pealing and lift plea; corner lot with entrances cent fer Butler 496-3978. Complete blocks north of Bank corn
unfurnished off Hwy 18
For appointment call 3 sld.. of thereafter.
on -
Insurance Service. and NW
OFFICE 473-4732 nor of NW 3rd St.
CH/A $200/mo
Countrywide Beauty Salon building. Owner financed ; 4th A.... Itpd 10/14.
Homes Inc. SPACE At JIt
Longchamp : Keystone
Florohome, 1-659-2404 Call
with low interest rate. SALE
473.4920 or 473-3411 Center 375 sq.ft., After 5 P.M. FOR RENT'Yf'IWRITTUS WOULD :
Starke, Florida MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMIRICAN $160/mo. Keyitone my home Monday thu
1011 tfnch; SATURDAY 8:30: a.m. to 1p.m. Height Realty Inc., Keystone Heights Sunday. $25 per week
113/4 CLOSE OUT SALE: All air treddle 1 AND AD.\
& 13'A AVAILABLEIF Old tewingmachlneSlnger REALTOR 473-4961 10/1 Janet Welch Waters, 1 1Q30
conditioners in stock at ( ), fur DING MACHINES FOR SW 1st Terrace, lake.Butler. .
LEGION HALL.Sr-21 tfnchg
YOU QUALIFY 7 Public invited. OUR COST: WHEELER AP. nature, book., small appliance COMPLETELY FURNISHED RENT Union County Tames :. 2tpd 10/14 10/21.
BBC p.m. PLIANCES. 4732689. 85 SW 2nd Ave.. Lok.Butl.r. .
*, Christmas toy Huntley
.ALCOHOLICS house on Spring Lake, 2BR
10/7-1028tchg 496-2261 for
ANONYMOUSi Closedmeetings and craft. On SRI00 offImmokal. A/C $225mo$200deposit. Redfearn'sSEn Phone
MOBILE HOME 12x70 .. Rd. 4733373. more Information. TFN *
8 Call 264-5354 after LOSTFOUNDant
Monday p.m.Open
ESTATE. 3BR.. 2 Bath fur VICES 10/1.
Special Auction meeting Friday B 10/14 ttpd4FAMILY 6. tfnchg 10/1
p.m. Alanon Monday Bp.m. nishedCH/A, awning windows Yard Sol.:: Sot., 2BR.. 2 BATH house withguest I !ENT TO OWN A N.wBaldwin FOUND LAKESIDS'//tAK' :. '
Sunday, Oct. 17-7:00P.M. front porch and Oct. 16 9 till-. Tool., kitchen Piano of your -
All meeting at haute on Lake
Educational Building Community many extra Purchaser Item, lamp, good Geneva. Across from City 473-4340 choice. Parramore Music AiigXa!
mutt move to own lot. school cloth.., and much 904732-6776. /8 prescription sun' .(
Overloaded with merchandise. Must liquidate partto Church 473-2790 or $7500., $1000 down and much more Off SR21 Park. CH/A gorgeous ;1- or ttr i IXUSf.'*, Ocala.. Contact Union -C0u>iJyy \
moke room for other merchandise coming In. 475.2130.10/1 tfnchg $180.91/mo. Phone Street 7th beach front $600/ma. 1st 4'13-4252 1 RAILER FOR RENT; 1 Time' 496-22M..TFN j''(:f 4
South Fairway
N.w and Used Furnltur. Toms! groceries. On.consignment OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 473-4058 after 6 p.m. ..near and last month and security bedroom for couple or In. LAST, p" o) bqx.ro 1lth' !b
house right
dues, fee or welghln, on deposit. Phone 473-7086 ,
coming from Tallahassee. .. Woman' Club. Cancelled dlvlduol. No children near !" .r,.falls r( thrt9gJ' .",
Welcome! open meeting Tuesay after 6 p.m. 10/7-10/28 "S.pl.. f.,1ocw.
Everyone ,
REMODELING & if 10/141tpd Worthington Spring l
HOME raining.
> Of
7:30 St Ann.'sEpiscopal Repairs Major '
Several Prizes. of sale. p.m. tf'c 1<10 ) m
Door $25 regardle PARK OF THI PALMS Friday Phone 4963130. Itpd \94anyone \
500 Pine Street church Keystone 'REPAIR of aH kinds. Room''addltlont. and Saturday, Oct. 1516.9a.m. COTTAGI Electric Appliances 10/14.: Itar, oyp Plt l lf4gt '
Height, 473-2790 small 3-roomt, partially
Just off SR-100 b.hlnd Taylor Rentals, Palatka Free 'UttNISHED MOBILE HOME } t p!
Club 4 p.m. Small appliance furnished. Top location In Serving Bradford & I 41riikj 1 # n J
Lion Jo
BINGO acre. MI
2 ,, }?
Florida. *, china gloss, Available Nov. I
|Estimates. 473.2187,. Height Will be Counties
school. ,
from high Tuesays Clay
Bill Perry, Licensed Auctioneer clothing some furniture available Nov. 1. Phone bedroom 2 full bath ,I" '1'8 .e let! .. ,
1tpd 10/14 7:30 Early Bird 7 Public p.m. Regular Invited. John Adams Builders. and miscellaneous. Itpd 473-7310. Itpd 10/14 Lawranc BM.. Myden( washer and dryer hookup. i REAL agar
p.m. 10/14 $190 plus $50 deposit. ". "'HE e.J' 1T ;)"kIIHASi3! : r
10/ltfnchg. Phone ;496-2954. 2tpd $;_ .. JI. ," ; ee.'o!!
iu/14 10/21; '. r F .} '
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT I LOOKING FORplecwofprouerti 1I.Lt1? lddAr6av

12X65. 2 bedroom 1 bath U-f-
Phone 496-3631 pr : it
I SELL BUY TRADE 496-2842 after 6 weekday esk--JANt. .5. USHER.
or all weekend. Itchg REALTOR 496-2126: .or
10/14. 496-2903. eves"Yojr1; ;' f

SMALL TRAILER FOR RENT 1 I Ufifort Courtty'Realtor. l"rf"
Very private Phone 3/26.
4311632. Itpd 10/14. FOR ALL YOU REAL SSTXTt'
j---- CLASSIFIED rent. Phone 431-1632. Itpd 496-3022. Sandy Hoiin
10/14. 496.3994.v.s or Gerrl lennon -
496-3140. Tiffin 6rtd
FOR SALE Owen. Inc. Realtor Rt'2:
V\ Box 788. lake Butler Fl.
--4CgayfIlttwim ? ADS BEAUTIFUL BATH CB/BRICK 3 BEDROOM HOME 3 tfn chg. 8/6.

: -' Pool landscaped yard **
II.VVtl "
( l : y6as &-. 'I : '_ ... outbuilding with 2-5 REAMESHEATING
xt) J.Ditg ", ")< I J; F w acre $20,000 down,

: You Can Find It ALL Balance owner financed at

.,,......... -+, 1 10 percent for, 15 f years.
,-..! Additional acreage SERVICE
=-.- == = :::::- -- available, Flexible term
._ The All on SR 18 near Worthington -

E-- .........,,, IGr7l wMAltryM C (vt+ I n Spring Phone Gal ft Oil Heater*.
496-3625. TFN 7/22.
-- -- HOUSE FOR SALE: By Cleaned
= :; : Owner Large' home In '
w =
)A 'r 1
& Checked
'. ,. Raiford corner of 121

.' ::r. -' r C" 229. Call 4311743. 4tchg ret Ready far Winter
I':1. : ; r : /.r Bradford Co. Telegraph 9/23 9/3010/7 10/14. ?
AI "j I .....,.....,., : BR. 1 1/2 LATH Brick J.R. '
:; Home large corner lot.
.4. 1I .' h. [i. ___ _. -I i Lake Region Monitor f.nced yard gas heat air, Reames cG-
t ,r.', If 328-9182 or 4962435. Priced
Jt I and to sell. 4tpd
I. 9301021. 964-6947
+ union. Co. Times SALE Phon. 4963343.

2tpd 10/14 10/21.. Jf .

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1942588G.mfi.enee .
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1 u rr. First 15 >words is ;!$2.75, each word : : *1. 1MI NW Ittt H.

441140IMK Oebie.......He.4J77I7M .':
'=: '1' .,...,..-- = after that is 10' per word. Thisrate .. : f

f. gets you an approximate 10,000'paid

circulation between all 3 pub ica
Ph.e" /.... Ne men.r tfewii en these e.. ,J.
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Is Believing! 212 conSt 6--4.I3; T.4.76s: 24x36". 25 cent each. Used SAW SHOP Completesharpening HOME PARK. Mobile nlshed living room, dining /rrItifflecJarL1
;. .m. to 5:30 p.m. .3.40,9'-6.03; ; IO'-6.99; In printing newspaper. homes and spaces for rent. room, den, central
'0'11 com (.. U. at our 11'.7.62; 128.26, W* Great for minor repair service, circular MOBILE Recreational vehicles olr/heot call 964-5289,
new locotlon. "11"n manufacture.Jacksonville. |obs. Bradford County hand. carbide, HOMES Factory owned welcome Phon. 4682912. 10/14 Itchg
|HWY 100 1 mil. from Call toll free Telegraph 964-6305. fin chain, mower blade hollow and operated. Single- 9/16 IfnRESTAURANT MOBILE HOMEs 2 BR on Grlf- REALTY

Keystone Airport. 9-7, Oct 1-800-342-2702 8/26 fin CARPET, NEW ft USED Fur. ground and balanced wldes starting at $7995, ft EQUIPMENTfor fls Loop. First, lost plus
16. 10/14 Itchg PRINTED SIGNS IN STOCK nlture 8 appliances. leave at Jackson Building doublewlde starting at rent. 964-6784. 9/09 tIn deposit. No pets. 964-6816.
{LAWTEYt Friday 8 a.m. Iii No Hunting or No Plumb fixtures and pipes. Supply In Stark, Keytsone 13995. US-301 N. Starke MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 10/14 Itpd ) 1

??'. On. mil* on 225 W off now Trespassing In stock at signs the, Office$.50 BARGAIN CENTER US-301 Heights or Lake Butler 9648741. 10/14 fin One mile from Starke city RCA VIDEO DISC PLAYER PHONE 964.1176CECELIA JOi

301 Cloth.*. lamp fur. Shop 110 W. Call St., '50..964.6679.2/5 tfn TFNchg PAID FOR unfurnished limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. only six months old. excellent .
mtur: $ toys, dishes, greenhouse Stark.. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN ALCOHOLICS mobile home In exchangefor Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. condition $250. TEKWILUG1R 205 N. Temple, Starke

on llt. 10/14 Itpd SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY *lctrie HOUSE 301 South. ANONYMOUS* Phone equal value In equity of KITCHENEFFICIENCYRooms Call 9648179. 10/14 I Itpd
|BIG YARD SAUl Two miles typewriter for sale at 9646740. We buy and sell 964-3148 or 9647619. home Write P.O. Box 582 for rent at low 536 N. WALNUT: $325 mth. 3
west of lawty Rd. 225 at the Office Shop 110 W. used furniture and op. TFchg Starke 10/14 weekly rates. Call Temple bedroom 2 bath, central
FL. 32091.
yellow brick hou... Tools, Call St.. Stork, $200., pliances. 8/13 tfiRECONDITIONED SEWING MACHINES Motel 964-7357. 9/16 heat/air. First last month SPECIALAt

drop*, mor clothes, ONE ACRE LOT Crosby Lake TV'S: Color REPAIRED All makes 2tpd 10/21 EOW/Hn rent plus cleaning deposit. loitl it I I. possible to have a country

wedding dress, size 14, Estate. Septic tank well ttarting at $100.00. cleaned, oiled and ad. 2 BEDROOM APT $175; one Available Nov. 1, 964.7347 ranchette
In excellent location
many mite. itma. Oct. 15, and pump. light pole Trade-In'. welcome. Phone CARS bedroom apt., $ISO; one or 533.2157. 10/14 tfn an *
fulled $15. Workguaranteed.
16, 17. 8 a.m. till ?? 10/14 $6700. Cash. 964-8582. 964-8212.6/11 tfn JamesStrickland TRUCKS bedroom aprt., $125. Call 1 BEDROOM furnished Brownlee Rd. You can buy as little as 3
Itpd 10/07 3tpd 10/21 RUBBER STAMPS made to 9647521. Itchg 10/14 apartment utilities fur.
acres for $3,000 an acre with terms or as
|SAT.. OCT. 16 9 AM to 3 10% OFF: Victor 120 Heavy order. Three day service. corner MorganRd. 4 BR UNFURNISHED house. nished. Tackle Box. 10/14
PM. Family carport sole. Duty calculator. Office Office Shop. 110 W. Call and Hwy 16. TFNchg JEEPS CARS. TRUCKS under $350. Call 9647521. Itchg Itpd much as 50 acres with better term,
Baby cloth. children Shop 110 W. Call St.. St., Stark. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install $100 available at localgov't. ... 2 BEDROOM
*, Stark. sale In 1014CLEAN HOUSE Stove, There's a gentle way of living hero.
cloth*, toy, household SCRATCH ft DENT SALE on ed. Free estimate. Handy. your area. MOBILE HOMES for refirgerator and w/w
I ONE ACRE LOT St. Rd. Call (refundable) Room for horses favorite
16 FFA
W. Man Fence Co., owner or your
Item office furniture. Desk Closeto
something for Michael new rent. On Hwy. 16 E. carpet, screened porch.
subdivision. 1-714-5690241 ext. 5121
everyone. 1 Vi miles on Faces Gilhooly hard road filing cabinet, secretarial Tommy Reddish 9648559. for directory on how to prison. Call 468-1323. nice, reasonable, air' conditioner project I let us show you I
CriMI at chair. Save to 40% off rfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 10/07 tfn. '.
loop deep curve, Well up no children no
septic tank. Selling purchase. 24-hr. 9/30
watch for *lgn.. Itchg $7500. Will take term. cost. The Office Shop 110 REPAIR Call NICE ROOMS for rent. TV pets. 9645464. 10/14 tIn WE HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE I
10/14. 964-56O6. 10/07 fin W. Call St., Starke.POSTERBOARD the Office Shop 110 W. 3tpd 1014SURPLUS JEEPS. and and air', $50 per week and HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng UNDER 125.000-2 BR, 1 BA frame on deed end street

1 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE: I ACRES located facing Stat. white, 40 Call St., Starke, for details. cars up. Wall to wall carpeting.Call room. TV and Air. 19000. Terms.
truck. available. tell
Sat., 207 N. Church St., Rd. 227 Breaker Rd. per sheet. The Office Shop 9645764. tIn for under $200.Many Call 964-9992 ask for Underwood Motel 3 miles Neat 2 BR, 1 BA frame w/scrn'd porch on corner

something for everyone. $14,50O terms. 9645606. I 110 W. Call I St.. Stork. GLASS CUT TO ORDER 312-742-1143 Ext. 609 for Hazel 9/30 tfn north of Starke on lot.$24,000.
Christmas ornament, 10/07 tInUPRIGHT NEED 200 SHEETS FILLER Doors windows etc. 2-ROOM EFFICIENCY In Highway 301. 9/16 finS Mobile Home, family rm.' added. Some furniture. On
Information how to
lassware, hardware, I PIANO: Good con. PAPER Only 54'. The Office JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY chase. 10/07 on 4tpd 11/18 pur. Lawtey. 782-3458 or ROOM BRICK COTTAGE fenced lot 22500.

cloth.. (small women's dition $250. 9645691. Shop 110 W. Call St., 964 6078. Orders also 1969 MUSTANG Good tires, 782.3949. 9/30 tfn Newly renovated. Im .IN THIRTIESAII with cent heat/air.

plentiful). infant to four Itchg 1014WATERFRONT Stark. taken In Lake BUtler 6 cyl., runs IN WALDO: 3 BR. 1 BA maculate Conveniently Bradford Villas-low main, adult community. 2 BR, 1'/
teen. Top condition. 10/14 LOT With PAC-MAN. SMURFF AC. 496.3079 and mug. good, $1,800 gr.at.I"'rk. or home. Stove and refrlg. located for elderly coupleat BA. Charm comfort quality. $35,000.
Itpd dock. Good fishing. 100' on TION 3-subect| composition KeystoneHeights 2/26 tIn make offer. 964-7138. laundry room. $180/mo.I 571 W. Call St. $225 per Forsyth Road.MH 2 BR. 1'/. .A on S ac. IS pecan tree; 5
1 2 MILES WEST on 100. Sat. water Easy terms. books. $1.19. The Office 10/14 Itchg first last and security. No mo. On. yrs. 'lease. peach; 2 apple & grope arbor. $31,000.
10 till 5. clothe 964-5471 10/07 2tchg Shop 1 110 W. Call St., BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK pets. 468-1509. 10/07 2tpd 9646491. 8/05 tfn
only Baby 10/14 SERVICE: Bradford County 1971 FORD FUTURA FAIR. Off Crawford Rd.-Lawtey( 01'.0)' )3 BR, 2 BA frame/stuc,
and some furniture. 10/14 LAYER POULTRY FARM Starke. MONT Good condition 10/14 RENT A NEW BALDWIN co, Ig. CB workshop on nice 1 ac. lot. Assume $15,000
Itchg near Sears 3HP hydroglassconv. residential pump-outs TWO 2 BR HOMES for rent. Piano for your child. Only
Graham with 10 to 15 $3,300 mtg.(9( %) $31.500.
$50. We also drain negotiable,
well re-lay last month
deep First and rent $22.50 small
| SATURDAY ONLYOct. 16. acre*. Equipment I pump 9647894. 10/14 2tchg mo. moving .IN FORTIES.Scoring: St.3 BR, 2 BA, CB. Lg. LR. Eat-In kitchen -
W/3S gal. captive air' tank lines. Phone 964-8121.) plus $50 dep. $200. Call charge. All rent and
'Household items, clothe everything top shape in 10/21 CH/A. Closed porch carport nice lot. 43300.
$175.376.6479.10/141tpd. 5/28 IfnchgPROfESSIONAL before 10.00 or after 4 00. moving appliesto
and book galore) ColorTV operation. Owner willnegotiate. 1964 CHEVROLET PICK-UP expenses 1150 Clark St.-Brlck 3 BR, !'/ Bo., LR, den fireplace,
3M 107 COPIER $150. Car CleanIng 4732578. Itchg 10/14 purchase. Parramore
Black and white Mu.11 due to TRUCK Step side, S1.0OO
port. patio, BBQue grill. 41900.
Illnes*. 9647138., 10/14 964-6220. 10/14 llchg Service. Cleaned 2 BEDROOM trailer completely Music Ocala. 732-6776;
TV, clock furniture Itchg 16 FT. FLAT bottom canoe, 7 washed vacuumed, call 964-5496 evenings. furnished 237-9444. 8/26 tIn Cypress St.4 BR, 2 BA Fam. Rm., cov'rd. patio. Ig.

US-301, North of Lawtey :10" GAS STOVE Like new hrp. motor $600. 9644311. sanitized and deodorized. 10/14 Itchg 964-7184. 10/14 fin beautifully landscaped lot. $43,900. ,
Elementary School. on. condition make off.r. 10/14 IIchgPORTA.LE $7.00 pick-up and 1970 VOLKSWAGEN Needs 2 ROOM KITCHENETTE. Wallto Bessent Rd.-Nke corn. lot. 3 BR.2 BA CB. CH/A. Carport .
block BEFORE SR.125, 9647138. 10/14 Itchg DISHWASHER: delivered or place. repair. $200 or best off.r.call wall carpeting all Classified Ig. lighted shed 47900.

Carter Rd. 1/4 ml. across ( CHEST TYPE FREEZERS 25 $30. Antique wardrobe, Call 964-7226 ask your for Dennis. 9648727. 10/14 Itchg utilities furnished Get Results lawtey-3 BR, 1 BA frame. CH/A, garage, 1 ac. 49000.

railroad track. Watch for cubic feet like n.w. used $35. 7823328. 10/14 Itchg 12/10 tInFAMILY 1977 SUBURBAN 4-Wheel 964-7184. UnderwoodMotel. .IN FIFTIESiBedferd Loke-3 BR, 2 BA 2-story frame. Scrn'd

sign*. Itpd 1014.Motorcycle. 3'/ month, still under. PIANO FOR SALE Take overpayments HAIRDESIGNERS drive, .350 eng., 3/4 ton, 10/14 tfn porch dock. $20,000 down. Bal. at 12 3/4% up to 15 yrs.
warranty. 5 year warranty on Spinet Plono. 1850. Priced to Sell! Call 3 BEDROOM I 1'bath, total price $55,000.Connerly .
on compressor cost Can be seen locally. Write stove, refrigerator central E.tat..I'yr.. old brick 3 BR, 2 BA fIreplace
$600 new, sell one or all, Mr. Meyer P.O. Box 207, 144 W. Call St. 9645606. 10/14 tfn. air/heat $260 mth first, hid C/It CH/A. ceIling fan refrlg.. stove, D'W drapes, carpet. On
$450 each. Phone 964.7303
," : Carlyle, IL. 62231. 10/14 last In advance. 964-5904 1 ac. landscaped. Patio around "An Old Oak Tree. '
| l 1971 SUZUKI 100 2300 9645670. 10/14 Itchg Open LOSTFOUNDLOST
before6p.m. 10/14 Itpd
$ PIECE DRUM SET' with $59.000.
T.W.&F. 9 til 5:30
iWles. $495. Call 473.2214.S20 26 feet long. A/C ziliglen symbols, $250. Can Five Oaks-Attractive brick 3 BR, 2 BA. LR, DR. Fom. Rm.
fin very Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM
good condition; extra be seen at Westmoreland : Black Labrador male w/freplace( ft ceIlIng fan. Range refrlg.. end garage.Assum. .
| im HONDA 185 Twin Star, large refrigerator call Trailer Park, lot 21. 10/14 Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM Sept. 26. 11 miles W. of Realtor mtg. B 3/4%. Owner will take 2nd mtg. Total

vn. great. Low mil.ag., 964.7978 or 9645019. Itpd. AppointmentsNot Starke, St. Rd. 100. please VACUUMSALE Old Lawtey P.O. $51.600. Near Country Club.
hot trailer. Call 964-8360, 3 MTH OLD PUPPIES: 1/2 Always Necessary call collect. 4962027.
10/14 Itpd $12,000 DW
M.H. on 1 Lake Butler-3 BR. I BA brick w/gorage & 20x40 carport
aft.r6p.m. 10/14 Itpd 1 1910 FORD PICK-UP: long Lab 1/2 Lemon Painter 2 1/7 "nNEED 10/14 2tchg 10/21. ac. $26,500 6 .
ac. 2 Great location. $55,500.lNj5EP41ES.Country
on ac.
SUZuKI DIRT BIKE RM-1 wheeP base.: w.it "coastm "males, 1 femote$20 each. EXTRA MONEY $10,500 Owner
,fin. on Club Estates-1 yr.old brick. 3 BR
125A, 76 model-: excellent >rr9r.:" ,tPP8Wvu J i..94.642f.1O/.7,1p.J. viewsreb.lng taken for -brownking."s NEW &' USED all. I
; ,
.I\1".JIg"" .t 2 BA Fam. Rm. w/flreplace CH/A skylights, closed
con itin'.t4horrrfoThLre 120 gal. propane ..- Av6n Representatives. Call r'somewhatllike small '
:. id, complete rebuilt tank. Call 964-6558. 10/14 : Ramona Crapse, 7823068. shepherd, wearing chok.rcollar. We Finance Our. Own COMMERCIAL garage paved circle drive security lights Assume
motor, new crank, barr. 2tpd 10/21 HOMES 9/23 4lchg 1014BABYSITTING answers to Rocky. KIRBYS RESIDENTIAL $52,000 mtg. at ll'/ ". Total 75000.
3 YEARLING HEIFERS and reward of ACREAGE Versatile! Frame home 1900 .q. ft. w/detacheH
tags, pistons' ring., FOR SALE : Toddlers and Call 964-8747. ROYALS
Boyesen reeds stage 2 air' yearling bull 10 angus up. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Will fered. 10/14 Itchg EUREKAS 904 / 782-3931 garage, rental home B MH spacei ((4 hook-ups) ft 4 ac,
filter' service and part cow, 1 22 mnth old bull PLEASE CALL If found: 4 mth 904 78000.
from school. Call /
pick-up HOOVERS 782-3898
manual helmet, goggles 4851834. 10/14 3tpd REMODELED: Like new old Siamese kitten. Last HOME SIN EIGHTIES-Countrv Club-Colonial w/bay windows
$..25 or best offer. Call 10/28. three bedrooms 1/4' bath Brooker "' 85.1861.9/23 Hn seen between FFA Farm ELECTROLUX P.O. Drawer "M" on 1.7 oc. 3 BR. 2 BA. Fam. Rm..' fireplace. CH/A. stove,

964-8751, Itchg 10/14 L ARGE WOOD BURNING double carport big front CHILD CARE IN MY HOME and US301 north of Starke. FILTER QUEENS 301 S. LawteyWANTED refrlg., D/W 2-car garage. Assume $"0,000 mtg. at
STOVE with blower. Use 2 First aide graduate
porch back porch. Largelot. Call 964-8237 or 9645000. SEARS 1'/%. Total $85.000.
winters, like new logholder 5 Personalized
WANTEDAXLES 2 platform' over 2 32500. Will finance.Ph. tention to yrs. snacks, lunch at- COMMERCIALWe KINGSLEV LAKE-Brlck duplex. 1600 sq. ft. appro. 90' on
cord of wood $300. 964-4501. Itpd 10/14 extra's. HELP repair all makes water. 2 BR, 1 BA each. Could be made Into one home
GAINESVILLE FLA.t Three games many $120.000.
ft TIRES 2 axles + 4 Itchg week. 9644196. 10/07 WANTEDBOOK
.'RENCH PROVENCIAL sofa bedroom house. Will trade per AI Young'sSince HAMPTON LAKE-!12.5 ft. of lake frontage I a superb
lire.. W pickup$100
; and chair, $200; 55 gal. equity for anything of 2tpd 10/28 A TOY PARTY I : brick home w/3 BR, 3 BA. Fam. rm., table top stove double .
YQq deliver $125.
Mobile Horn, Sales Hwy. aquarium outfit $175. equal value. Ph. BABYSITS home Furnish Weekdays'i. meals at my, Receive free merchandise.With 1957 Cash Available. We oven, custom drapes. Nice dock w/elec. bootlllt.
7823256. 10/14 Itchg
17823239. 10/07 2tpd ad, receive extra Beautifully landscaped w/sprlnkler'system. Owner finan
TOO W Stark. 9643606.TFehg gift. 964-6918
live Olins Trailer
at Park
', 431-1920 or 9646279. Buy 1st & 2nd Mtgs. clng. $149,000.'LITTLE .

WANTED ''YO1' 'BUY: *' :Old Curies S lklKaw sakl of Starke LOCKSMITH.9646782. 10/14 BURGLAR Itpd 10/14 2tchg 10/21 3 Miles north of Call us for a quote. LAKE SANTA FE-Cuitom built exclusive showplace
Starke US 301
Ibis ) WANTED TRUSTWORTHY on on 2 Ac. $110.000.BUILDING .
ware Ih'plnk
q green,
bit/\ 'and'pillow.:'Contact'tburVof r The Sensation of Suzuki ALARMS 24 Hrs. Service. PERSON to babysit two LOTSCountry Club,Geneva Lake Estates-
!' '' f>ocket"'ChongeBtdtf 9645849. 1520 South children In my home Mon 964-5010 Geneva Creek-Crystal. lake-Bessent Rd.

"'ln 'Waldor 'cql| Its Here Four Wheeler Walnut St., at the Outfit. day thru Friday 8-5 p.m. HOMESITESChrlstlan St.-Bessent Rd.-Plnesong (off

469443fKors..rrY..Saf.iSbisJdv t.... 5/13 IfnClassified Call 468-2220. 10/07 2tchg Wilson Rd.). Prices from $4,900 to $11,000.I

? tf rtCblf ...%' nu I. 10/14 I NEEDMONEY INVESTMENTUS-301-: 7 apartments ft I cottage.

A'N""S, 'IifO'! 9'JbsS:J r7jk ( Ads MEDICAL RECORD TRANS. 75000. Store on US.301.$30.000 home; 321 Clark St
,Mj6. I-oVtlm.., A.R.T. re 25000.
964-8013. 10/O7-4tchg -. Get Results quired. Good salary and ? MOBILE HOME UNUSUAL FOR US TO LIST

10/28 JACLIANlHGJQSHom.: ---- benefits Immediate open SERVICE POLES Two nice homes to rent Cat!! today.
Use Your Home
.., ing. Call personnel Brad.

stores oc'b"e! ,.L.64L3398.MISCELLANEOUS:: Shop & Compare!! ford. Hospital 964-6000 ty. We make 1st & Ida' AMP -
ext 141 10/07 2tchg 10/14 189.00 I
1 .. tc. g 1110'1' 01011:100)I" Special Insurance for CRUISI SHIP JOBS Great Income 2nd Mtgs. Call us fora

.1 ..,,,". Mobile Home Parks potential. All occupation -___ 200 AMP IKE'S SAW

..All types of *. For Information quote. '250.00 Spark Plugs$1.00.No ft MOWER SHOPS.
_. .
2gJiI I Si .i homeowners policies for call: ((312)741-9780) Ext. 964-5010 Call Anytimt LimitS ( Walnut-Across from
LT 125 4x6 2120. 10/07 2tpd 10/14 I a Muffler
BIKE iHOPt.domplete. repairand mobile homes. THE CITY OF STARKE now 481.1117 Waldo W Shuford Chevron)

painting.new,and,,\,*- Four stroke single cylinder transmission 5 Call for Quote .* accepting application fora & Discount Parts SALES SERVICE
ed parts, most blk... 64-5477 Chain Saws ft lawnMowers
jtefycled,. bike for sal*. foward speeds (Including power low) reverse Olln's Mobile least Mechanic three 1. Must year have experience a P-

,,S Free;,. George estimates II or on Logan repairs.at automatic clutch. Home Sales on gasoline and I ERA
diesel ., etc. Must
George' Ricks Salvage 3 month limited warranty Elaine M. Olin Agent have a engine valid Florida Chauffeur E.D.S.Construction.

4Q1-N.Oi07! 2tchg Stark 10/14. 964-5184. Base Price '1,188.00 964.5606 license. Apply at City FAULKNER "- :

Hall, Merrell Deesofflee. .. Co.
_. -,.
Curies Suzuki Kawasaki of StarkeUS -_ ----JIj- REALTY ,
_._ ___ 7 l-(04)-495-2838-Doug)

,.-. 301 South Starke 964-6020 Building Contractor
f Gainesville Sun 964-5065 Working Quality ft Economics Together
**i M B L e B B Be BBB i B iM 1 Bl B 1 e "" '""l g| Commercial ft Residential

WeffllDrilling SeamstressProfesslonal'Flttlng Route Carriers Needed SM New"'lldl"s'! .,.._11..
N.Pr.|.cl TM Slg.>T_1m.ll
For rnI" Lk..Md lOp's.L..r..p.......
.e/....... .f"HeilseasaDsu
bbp . . .. Stork.LawteyRolfordarook.rGrOIam.Ar.os '
.>1. isuoa.ooDo0DDFANTASTIC
2" thru 6" Detail.finish Work

Fast Rotary Call t.lla.4733U7TTENTION FISHING Just down the road at

Drilling Equip. Must have reliable car.and post cash bond. For Information '. Hampton Lake Beautiful lots only 500 ft. from public

State Licensed > call96oC..817 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone boat ramp. One lot sold 3 to go.

. .1' . . En.Gen. 3781416 OFFICE HOURS THE GOOD 'OL DAYS 3 bedroom 2 bath
A oven
Mon. '1'1.' '.5 S. *12 Neon
? Pumps 2.000 sq ft with many extras plus large shop area.

. . .,. . Serious Job Seekers Small amount down and owner will finance at 9.9'1.

New & Usedles.parts'Servict Old Time Price .WALDO-$ Acres with 1320' frontage on Hwy. 301 98000.
hour with practically
Would like to set your own
? you and have vacation a*desired? If en City let of 50x100. 2 Bedroom. 1 Beth. $4.500. S.R./R. frontage.
no limit on earning Financing. 100 Acres with fencing several' pecan tree, well, JUST A LITTLE BUYS A LOT! Very attractive lots

. E-Z. .TermsPlumbing. . . so. then why moll.not conveniently Receive work work and with payments us sor-by' Owner HIcU-Away Special septIc. pasture.: Make offer. In plated subdivision Just outside Keystone Heights

ting/bundling mail. Start Immediately I For Information a self- 3.40 eeres with" 12n4 mobile home with 12x64 wood 2-Nlce BROILER farms with reported good Income. paved Its, prices start at 5000. owner financing

frame addition. Pole base fenced end cross-fenced. Small frame house In ",500. Excellent
envelope assure a prompt reply. city 12%
. . . . 'addressed stamped .
Mall Marketing Service. P.O. Bail ISfO. Ocele. 24000. Terms. LARGE LOT IN CITY lot
.-New Installation, In the Cruntry Spacious on Bessent
Florida 32'71. Commercial property with eld building that need
Remodeling Repair .- ,. Twe bedroom '1 beth froi. .. home on one acre. repairs and finishing., EXCELLENT TERMS Lot .1.. Road, call for more details, priced right

. .. $20,000.
.t. Good Area Br220 YOUR CHOICE Spread out with 4 acres or seller

Unrrance PROPERTY with twe win divide Into 2 two Not far from
,.4 Bedroom berth, living room dining ream kitchen INCOMI PRODUCING acre parcels. town.

.J' .. .. b. b Itib PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS laundry ream. Block home approximately 100se buildings. Well established busIness GREAT TERMS 1 acre near Keystone Heights

I ,PUMP & ,. ft. Centre! heat three car ......... $4SOO. Severe) nice homes In the Country From $2B,000 230 ft "frontage an SB 100.

SUPPLY Many Extras up.
1.2.3 Bedroom Apt. 1 Bedroom. 2 bath' ,replace( screended patio cellingfen PEACE ft QUIET-12 acres with Mobile Home manyedden's Longchamp Enterprises & Associates Inc.

COMPANY. . ..... . ... From M50M to 297M1S30W. *. energy.... efficient.. S4B.SOO with 11 Vt X ..ssumobiemog. In a very .oocIloc.tlo.., U.S. 301 South Starke

8S4'N"r..r. Herb Walker. Associate House and Apartment Per Rent MICHAEL B. COONEY REALTOR

AIH' ''G// MadIson: ServkesAppralsel. 964-7083
914-531 II Property Management Day Evenings 984-8827
Star** Fl. __ Pfeswt 1(4-6312 Realtor !. Fla. -
Faulkner 1-800-342-8448
ERA Realty.
.s. . .r. .'j '& Susan M. Feulkner-RIALTOR'954-5065. .
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habeas years after the conclusion of regular],
The open'door'oU1977' Chevrolet guests'were participants in the'program. corpus appeals '
From of Starke if they are filed more than three appeals :
page six Roy Lee Adkins, 270 was stopped for gas at Water's Exxon station .

taken to other hospitals.Two an cited accident for improper west of change Starke of on lane SR-16 in Oct. 8.Michael was. struck by. another vehicle Bar-B-Que Following dinner the was training served session to the 73 a ............._..................... ....,::.:... -;.

calls weie:! alcohol related, six October 11.Gregory. John Brienfeld of Jackson people attending, according to Assistant r
calls were automobile accidents with Allen Padgett of Lawtey, Superintendent H. D. Mathis,Jr.
special Injuries transports.and fifteen calls were for driving a 1974 Suzuki motocycle was ville passenger was sitting pumping in the gas car when with Ruby his FREE FREE FREED

westbound passing Adkins vehicle Smith Trull, 'driving a 1979 Dodge Inmates "Sandbag'
Twenty-three calls were due to Illness -
when Adkins made a left turn.
and three were mental illness. Padgett collided with Adkins 1969 pickup, backed up after getting gas Courts: Smith
Two calls were made to fires, four and struck the open door on the
Dodge pickup. passenger's side. Prisoners are being allowed to
were suicides and wasa
attempted one
stabbing. Damage to the cycle was $400. Damage to the pickup was $100. "sandbag" state courts with belated
Five calls were people with Damage to the pickup was $10, according Damage to the Chevrolet was $400, appeals to federal l judges, Florida At
breathing problems and four were to Trooper D, C, Roberts according to Investigator Steve torney General Jim Smith has told U
cardiac problems. An accident occurred on US-301 Backus. S. Senator Edward Kennedy,'accor
Two of the culls were cancelled north when a vehicle stalled as it was ding to an article by Associated Press
i runs, according to Supervisor of attempting to make a left turn onto from Tallahassee.
Rescue Cliff Chapman. the highway from the Majik Market Car Stolen, Smith, in the letter dated Friday,
October 10. was responding to concerns expressed With All The Trimmings
John David Hill of Auburndale by Kennedy,D-Mass.In an August
t Lawtey ManArrested ing a 1978 Mercury -stationwagon Man EscapesA telephone conversation about federal,
For DI stated that his vehicle stalled as he legislation to cut down on such ap- Sponsored By
f was crossing the northbound lane and stolen automobile recovered peals. The state attorney general's) office -,
Charles Thomas Ledbetter, 24, off' he could not restart it in time to avoid was has proposed such a change.
but authorities unableto The
Tuesday were Democratic Committees of
; Lawtey was arrested Friday night asp the collision. Smith wrote that petitions for writsof ; '
the theft who vehicle
left the

;p he attempted to enter the football The Mercury was struck by a north- capture habeas corpus which allege thatprisoner's
and fled on foot, leading Investigator
game in what police describe as" a bound 1967 Chevrolet, driven by Steve Backus into the convictions had violated Bradford Baker & Union Counties -
"drunk and ,
staggering Reginald M. Williams of Ocala. their constitutional rights are often
Ledbetter was arrested and charged Williams was cited for failure to exhibit Starke.wooded area along Alligator Creek in filed many years after regular'ap-- and supporters of Governor I I.
with disorderly intoxication after
his driver's license following the peals have been concluded.
Sometime between 1 and 2 .
he was advised by Assistant Chief of
"These belated
accident. petitions deny state
;, Police Harold Crews to leave be Monday a 1982 Thunderbird was Bob Graham and Lt. Gov. F
or ar Damage to the Mercury was $700. taken from behind the Hayes Electric courts the opportunity to rule on con
rested. Damage to the Chevrolet was $500, stitutional issues and correct alleged
While for the stolencar
business. looking
When Ledbetter was advised to to Lt. Eston Mosher. errors or to resolve factural issues
according Mixson. Public Invited
Wayne t
Tuesday morning spottedit
leave he became beligerent, he was --- when witnesses were available and
again told to leave or be arrested, ac Moses Moore of Gainesville was on Bridges the Street.car When a black Backus male approached their memories keen.," Smith wrote. i :
cording to Patrolman Miller.
Jerry cited for careless driving in an accident "Instead these petitions allow
,. was Ledbetter continued profanity to at be which abusive time and he Oct. 8 in Starke. jumped gave chase out of on the foot car and along ran.Alligator Backus prisons to 'sandbag'' state courts by I October 26 j
was arrested and transported to Moore, driving a 1983 Dodge, failedto Creek. When he was unable to find the raising issues which should have been Tuesday, J!
observe a 1977 Toyota stopped subject he called for the bloodhoundsfrom years and which, due to
Bradford County Jail. preparing to turn left and struck the the passage of time, the state is
Bond for Ledbetter was set at $50. unable to rebut." t I
recognizance.He was released on his own vehicle The Toyota in the rear.driven by Mary H. searched For two the hours area the finding dogs no and trail men until The most dramatic examples have From 6:30: P.M.
in Florida's continued .1.1I
\ Porvh of Keystone Heights received they got back to Bridges St. come inability :
$800 damage. Damage to the Dodgewas The investigation is pending. to carry out the death penalty. ,
$1,310, according to PatrolmanN. Of 39 prisoners for whom Gov. Bob
Gainesville Man StoppedA Earlier Tuesday unknown persons ',
Jackson. attempted to steal another vehicle Graham has signed death warrants,
Gainesville man stopped for a from the Bradford Village Apts. area, 28 have received stays from federal Sheriff Whitehead's Farm
traffic violation ended up being Fender BendersIn authorities believe the twh incidentsare courts, eight from state courts and I i 'i;
two before the
charged with several more serious related. more are now courts.
Parking Lots
charges against him including posses- Backus was assisted by Chief Jim- John Speneklink,who died in the elec I
sion of cocaine. Jessie Pauline O'Connell, 42, of my Bowen, Captain Scotty Rhoden, tric chair three years ago,was the on-
Patrolman Jerry Miller stopped a Starke, driving a 1978 Pontiac, was Patrolmen Jerry Miller,David Crum, ly prisoner executed by Florida since i Union County n
vehicle driven by Alfonso Pender and pulling into the Handy Way parking Lt. Eston Mosher, Deputies Greg the death penalty was reinstated in
asked him for his driver's license October lot on SR-16 at Morgan Road as a Nichols, Eugene; Lee and dog 1972. e:
12. Pender said he did not have pickup truck was backing out, the two handlers from RMC Bill Jackson and Florida now has 190 people on (Paid for by Supporters of Graham-Mixson) ; :
one at which time Miller/ placed him vehicles collided. Marvin Tomlinson. Death Row at Florida State Prison.Smith's I t s i t I:

under arrest and transported him to The pickup, a 1977 Ford, driven by bills before proposals, now, would embodied disallow in a._._._._.-._._._._. !
the county jail. Mary Stanley Green of Starke, received Lavvtey Hosts .- -Congress- - ...... ". --- --""....
During the arrest Miller noticed a no damage in the October 7 acci Training Session
large bulge in Pender's pocket. A dent. Damage to the Pontiac was
white powdered substance believed to $500, according to Trooper D. C. Lawtey Correctional Institution
be cocaine was found. In addition Roberts. hosted p training session for the TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Pender had about 72 amphetamins in Florida Council on Crime and Delin-
his possession. While lining up for the Homecoming quency Thursday, Oct. 7. 206 W. Madison St. Starke Florida
Pender was also charged with having parade October 8, a 1973 Volkswagon Following a tour of the prison at 4 ,
an improper license tag. and a 1979 Ford pickup were backing p.m. a most interesting program was 964-7200
up. Thestruckthe VW stopped and the pickup presented at the pistol range by the
VW. Gainesville Swat Team (SERT) from. '
Starke AccidentsA Damage to the VW, driven by Jason the Alachua County Sheriff's Department 82 Clearance Sale ,to
Wyatt Bennett of Starke was $500. .
1981 Chevrolet received There was no damage to the pickup The program included a display of :
pickup driven by Dennis Paul Dunlop, according firearms, automatic weapons and the ,
damages of $1,000 when it .struck a to__ _Investigator_. __n _._. _Steve__ ._ Rarktm.. SRIIT attack dogs.The members and Car & Truck
vehicle in me rear October 4.

,''e'< The pickup driven by Thomas Levi ,
Casey III was traveling behind a 1972 ATTENTION ..
American as the vehicle was slowing .
for the railroad crossing on US-301. W
The vehicle driven by Helen L. Has inflation got you tied in knots? No money for the necessities much 0
Mills, 42, of Keystone Heights received less the luxuries? Do you really want to do someting about it? 82 Escort

Patrolmen no 'damageO David Crum.according to Well Now is the Time & Holiday Inn

2 Dr 4 Dr, Wagons w/Ford

Frank Perkowski of St. Augustine, US 301 N is the Place Care 24 month, 24,000 mi wrnty 1982 Escort
driving a 1979 Chevrolet had stoppedfor

a struck vehicle by to a turn 1981 when Pontiac his Oct.vehiclewas 9. 7:30: pm on Oct. 21 in meeting room

Janice Adelle Browning of Starke, I will introduce to you possibly the greatest money earner ever, with 2 DoorE4013) "
driving the Pontiac ran into the rear unlimited potential. Compare ( ) ,
of the Chevrolet 1982 Escort
according to Lt.
Lane Sibley. NO Selling e NO SponsoringNO Factory Air Tinted Glass :,:

Damage to the Chevrolet was Trips or Meetings e No Paperwork AM-FM Stereo
$1,500. Damage to the Pontiac j as 1 Wagon .
$300 in the Starke accident. e NO Product to Handle e No InvestmentA i.*

Lonnie Thompson of Starke,drivinga business anyone can operateeven teenagers. A business you can do at 0E4007 Factory air, tinted
1967 Volkswagon, lost control of his home,or anywhere.This is a super opportunity,you owe it to yourself and glass, power steering, AMrFM $619500
vehivle when he hit a large bump in your family to check it out. There is no risk or obligation. Leave your stereo, premium sound systemr.
the roadway October 10. The VW left *"' "- n -- "*- .
the roadway and struck a power polein money safe at home and bring an open mind. There will be a $2.00 per vinyl bodyside ,moldTm -
the 11 p.m. accident, according to adult or $3.00 per couple cover charge for meeting room (refundable if rings, power
Patrolman W. W. Wilkinson. you feel you didn't get your money's worth). Wishing you & yours much ,
Damage to the VW was $500. health,wealth&success. tf* am 1: L 3ySyr ciallk fcs-

Damage to the FPL power line was Be Early Door Prize j' .. 'i T K
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