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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!f' ,Hall ,Absent' 2s Becker Gets' Leave






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.\, Protesting, administrator Charles On Court RulingNewly

I 1 Hall did not show Monday morning, 1

,.,._, Oct. ,,18, so a public hearing dldn t 'r ,,
come off before the school board on c .'t", ,- ..... H Hy elected school board That doesn't mean it can't be appealed

). Hall's transfer from the Lawtey0Elementary ." .C,ytJr member Judy Becker a math to the Supreme Court, Gaskins
School principalship to a : ; out.Under .
pointed
Bradford
.;.;. teacher at High was givena
f Bradford High assistant principalship. t leave of absence for the duration of the current teacher contract.

,. : her 4-year term in a 4-1 vote, rather such a leave is a permissive decisionof
.: Hall, who is protesting the switch than having to resign outright.The the school board, but the board
; and has filed for a public hearing on r' ; v decision is contingent on an in does not have to grant the request,
I grounds that the transfer is a demotion terpretation school board rules pointed out Mrs. Julie Miller president -
: and means a $600 loss in salary! which limit leaves of absence to one of the Bradford Education
'. later said he didn't show at Monday'smeeting year at a time. The teacher contract, Association.
: on advice of his attorney which supercedes school board rules, Supt. Tom Casey reiterated, when
,: Gary Moody. Neither Hall nor his attorney states a teacher may be granted leaveto questioned by Chairman J.T Parrish,
': Gary Moody were present for. run for office and to serve on the his recommendation that the leave be
l:. the public hearing for which the board. granted. His intent, Casey said was
school board gathered in a special The motion by board member for the leave to be for the entire term

meeting called at 9:30: a.m. Mondayby t,' Rodney Hall, seconded by board of Mrs. Becker.
Supt. Tom Casey 4 r r + ? member Patricia Spengler, states the She will not continue to be a
Not wanting to deny Hall his right to leave will be from Nov, 1982 to Nov. member of BEA, the teacher union
a public airing of his grievances the 1986. Board members J.T. Parrish Mrs. Becker said in answer to a ques-

school board voted to postpone the and J.R. (Jim) Lawson voted to grant tion by Chairman Parrish.
hearing, rather than cancel it. Under ] the leave.. Board member Arthur The board excepted Mrs. Becker's
the school board's grievance procedures Gaskins opposed. request on a motion by board member
Hall is due a public airing of board
Mrs. Becker based her request on a Rodney Hall, seconded by
his problems with Supt. Casey who ruling by the First District Court of member Patricia Spengler. The rest
denies any animosity against the ad- Appeals in a Broward County case in of the personnel changes were approved -
ministrator but is standing up for his
unanimously.
which judges said a teacher on leaveis
right to transfer administrators as he not an employee of the board. The board previously set a precedent -
sees best for the school system. c.. It in granting leave to another administrator
tp.k "I'd like to see the board deny this
Board Richard Welty said
attorney
pointed out Rodney Hall.
entirely. Let Mrs. Becker resign if she
the board's choices Monday morning,
Who, asked Gaskins. Hall replied that
the school board
wants to serve on
since neither Hall or his attorney
current BUS dead of students John
said Gaskins who said he knows lot
a
showed to 1)) postpone the
up, were : Arthur Reddish was given leave from
hearing, 2) dismiss the hearing with of people will consider his statement his teaching position when he became
but said it is
sour grapes, an opinionof
prejudice. Dismissing with prejudicemeans 9 +h
part of the administration. Gaskins
his. Gaskins has taken a hard line
Hall's grievance process said there is a lot of difference, that
would be ended and he could not start on granting leaves of absence as longas Reddish is not a member of the school
t he has been on the board."I .
f it over again. Dismissal without pre-- board.
think it's direct conflict of interest
the appeal procedure
judice means said what Leaves put a hardship on principals
Gaskins asking
could be restarted.
1' ,After a lengthy discussion about the would be the effect of the leave when hiring replacements pointed out adult ad-
ministrator Millard Brown
Mrs. Becker is making decisions on
of prejudice attorney Welty
meaning coordinator at the vo-tech center.
recommended the board dismiss with teacher salaries.
R Which job would you prefer a one or
N Gaskins said the Appeals Court
prejudice. two limitation or a job that couldgo
decision not unanimous and year
was was
No decision can be made without
ji a after Brown asked.
to the ,state on year year.
.not appealed Supreme
Hall represent himself
present .. The board does that every 'time it
.. .. Court. .
said board member J.R. (Jim) '
.. leave -board member Pat
LaWlCln" -J -7...---w***" -""-" '"Basically, it's a closed question," grants a ,
board Richard pointedout Spengler pointed out. h
member Hall movedto attorney Welty
Board Rodney
"I believe I have only asked for
board in answer to a question by board
the hearing
postpone what 1 have a legal right for under
''lamtstu member Hall. The
seconded. Rodney case ,
Patricia probably
member Spongier
'
this court ruling, Mrs. Becker said,
Hall and never could be brought before
Lawson voted with Spenglerfor
a 3-2 decision postpone. Chair- w the Supreme Court, and the District her only statement during the lengthy

man J.T. Parrish and board member ,. .w: +.xs.+ .f.d ,..u +w. ., .c+/4"n.., .. Court's ruling is probably final:More discussion.
Hall Pat
Board members ,
Rodney
Arthur Gaskins dissented. matters are now final In the district
J.T. Parrish and Jim
Hall said in an Oct. 18 letter to the court level relieving the Supreme Spengler
school board that his attorney Gary Color, Spirit, Court of some of its work load, Welty Lawson voted to grant the leave. Ar
thur Gaskins opposed the leave.
Moody, talked with school board attorney Pizazz...
Richard Welty and with Supt. vv )
Casey's attorney Jim Tomlinson last p ...are added to Tornado happenings said.Phone

Thursday Oct. 14, and they agreed by the Flag Corps, in Rates Go Down
that Monday's special meeting would action above. Flag corps
have to be postponed due to Moody's members above are Angela bed-
conflicting schedule.. ford Lisa Green )Heather
Casey said he'd ,checked out the O'Steen.
meeting time with Moody's office Flag Corps members are Annie For 3 Local ExchangesStarke
Michelle Hall Donna
before scheduling the meeting. 1 Loper
Tomlinson testified Monday morning,, Dorminey Libby Davis, Cheryl -
he had not talked with Moody.In Furrow Heather O'Steen. Lisa Lawtey and Kingsley Lake ing the effect the increase will haveon
the Oct. 18 letter to the school Green, and Angela Ledford. telephone subscribers could be called our earnings.. The company'sheavy
is recent addi- the winners since they will see a construction program over the
The a
board Hall also said Supt. Caseyspecified Flag Corps
a 9:30: p.m. hearing to follow tion to the BUS band, dating Education in their base rate, in most next few years to provide new com-
the regular school board meeting. back to 1&-80..Tht' corps has its cases as a result of the FPSC decision munications services and improve

Casey says he made It plain to Hall first sponsor ever this year service to our customers" is dependent
the meeting was at 9:30: a.m. Mrs. Deborah Woodfin. It's a disappointing decision for on adequate earnings.

Hall says he remained silent when Li Running the show for the BUS Continental Telephone Company Continental subscribers, except in
Casey visited him in his office Oct. 8 Band Is Drum Major Teresa which got 31 percent of the rate increase Marianna and Greenwood where they

to set up the meeting and silence does Bauldree, In action Friday nightat it asked for. but the company were paying alot less, will have a
is to have been
not convey consent. left. Teresa, a senior, is the glad granted some decrease of 80 cents a month for a one
Charles Hall said Tuesday he 'intends daughter of Mrs. Evelyn relief. party line. Starke businesses will
to pursue a public hearing, but Bauldree of Hampton. The Florida Public Service Commission have a 10 cent decrease and Lawteyand
Leo r iy The band Is leaving Friday for (PSC) granted Continentalrate Kingsley Lake businesses will
Hall... P.3A) increases totaling $325,000 annually
(See ,Atlanta where it will compete in receive decrease
$1
a depending on
the Atlanta MarchingBand effective Sept. 27. The increase
the number
of leased
telephone sets
Invitational. "It's gonnabe is $713,494 less than the com-
-Y tough one." says BandmasterMike pany asked for in April 1982 when it on their premises.'
Rental business
charges on system
Woodtln. Purpose Is for the applied for rate increases that would equipment will increase also.

band to Improve its technique.The generate' $1.033,494 annually. However, business customers are

rJ band will leave Friday "Although we are pleased to have now provided an opportunity to pur.
afternoon compete Saturday go been !granted: some rate relief, the chase their equipment rather than
to Six Flags over Georgia on commission's decision Is disappointing pay monthly recurring charges. The
Sunday and return home Sun. ," said Jeff McGehee, vice- marketing department in Marianna.

w ; day night. president and general manager for phone 526-2311, wil assist customersin
Continental. "The company is study. these decisions if they desire.



Ground Broken in Starke

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Stark,Woman'.QUINTET Club. S P.M. For New, Uniform. Plant

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SQUAMDANCINO$ s P.M. Ground breaking for a new industry Edwards Road in Starke in the city's
Strawberry Swing**
Masonic Hall-Stark in Starke began Wednesday. Oct. 20, development park for $1,000 per acre.
after the Starke commission and the Riverside committed Wednesday to
Bradford, County 'Development'' '' additional
PIIDAY.Od.22 'take an two acres. This will
Chili luncho" Authority worked out details to suit be the first pilot plant constructed by

'Stark Worn*** Club ,the company., Riverside outside of Moultrie. Ga.

11:30 1 liMTk '
: Out OraW A.Uabl City Council Dlscusi.* Authority members Gus

Impact .F..:.. S.. Page 3A with Kopelousos Chamber and of Commerce L.M. Gaines Manager along
SATURDAY Oct. M:
Bill Wilson requested that the impact
Brown Cmtry M** lng Starke commissioners issued
fee be
waived. The trio
far
went so as
10:00: A.M.rlng lunch building permits for the contractionof 47
to guarantee the d
for the Impact
money -
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the Riverside Uniform Manufacturing -fit 1
fee p w
Hallown Crnlv l liM and Rental Company building as long as the city went ahead
lawty 'and issued '
the
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Authority learned that an estimated Riverside is under
to start
O t. M $71,710 impact fee would be chargedto construction of the building pressure due to a 1. "9awtM .a'r M r
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Anwrlcwt.. Legion Post M the company by city. Dec. 31 deadline to begin operations. r
.. Riverside officialsthecials' met here 1 tw '
I4wr 7iM P.M., If construction is no completed by
Wednesday at noon to again explainthe that time Riverside
will be penalized
IC Zoning M. M... operation and show a film at the: $15.000 for,being late.,I, ::
7MFM.THUKSDAY. Holiday Inn. At 1:30 the groundbreaking .

took place with city >county Headquartered in Moultrie Ga. tw ?_,. rh, -- tw vv y rrfBrass .
Oct. 28 Riverside and constructrion officials Riverside Uniform Manufacturingand i y -
tedslio Break for
Senior CltlxnCovar1 participating by weilding. seven. brass Rentals. has been- _business,* l : els Ground New Industry... II

Dub luncheon plated shovels, since. 1923. < Wielding shovels to officially begin construction for Vernon Slice. Riverside President John Vereen. River-
Mth 4ht '.Hwhlo MH Building site of the 16,000 square Snags.in the'utility hook ups and Riverside Uniform Rentals; Inc. are n.,> County Commission side Construction Coordinator Ron Tucker. Becmik Conmctloa -'
foot building Is on 3.1 acres purchasedfrom Uniform Chairman Male Carter Jr.. City Clerk Nell\' *( President Elmo B. Busby and RUerslde "'ke.
the Development Authority: .;on, ,jSe4 ..;p.3A) TUcker.-Toning. Director: UM.: Gaines. Stark :Mayor President Jerry V rHn.Outside. .

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Lawtey Elementary Day I, -I :
Starts With.,Costume Parade "Starke Elementary to CelebrateAt '

The annual Lawtey Halloween carnival has been set the Bradford Fairgrounds : ;; :
for Saturday, Oct. 23, and will start at 5 p.m. with a : \
1 I costume parade.Anybody Starke Elementary will holds its carnival Saturday,. i
in Halloween dress who wants to take part Oct. 30, from 5:30: 8:30: p,m. at the county I I J I

should meet in the school parking lot at 4:45. fairgrounds.. I I
Costumes will be judged.
I 'SBooths open at 5 and will Include a duck pond, fish Raffle tickets are being sold with 1st prize being $100 I I
pond, dragon crawl, bingo, animal walk, cake walk, cash and 2nd prize $50. SES is also raffling off a I 9V I
j putt-putt golf, pastry booth, dunking booth, haunted homemade patchwork quilt (double bed size) and a I
house, bean bag toss, football throw, fortune wheel, 5-foot high Christmas stocking filled with toys and .
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baloon fill, basketball pitch, hay ride, and a fishing 7 or games. : I
i stand with candied apples. Carnival events include the country store, duck
I The traditional smoked and fried mullett dinners pond, candy apples, bingo, bottle toss draw string I
4}. will be served up for $2.50, including baked beans and ? r, cZ'rJ !, buried treasure, fish pond, bottle; throw, a haunted .
cole slaw. house, cake walk, dart throw, bean bag throw pony
"; Also, raffle tickets are being sold for an Atari game -r- ride, grab bag, wheel of fortune and fortune teller..
unit and a Remington shotgun. Drawing will be held at a1 4p Popcorn will be sold at the country store and hamburgers -
8 p.m. with activities ending at 9. t and drinks will be on sale at the concession '
stand.
Brooker Will Give Away PrizesTo is Costume judging will be held at 5:45: at the ticket

Bingo and Raffle Winners booth.

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At the Brooker Elementary Halloween carnival, Carnival at Southside Elementary
J which starts with a parade and costume judging at I
4:30 p.m. Saturday Oct. 23, lots of prizes will be given Starts at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct., 30 '
in the bingo and raffles.
away games The Southside Elementary School Carnival gets I'
'SPrizes for bingo include cook ware a hunter's knife, friends at the Bradford County Public Library for '
The party will also feature. halloween games and underway at 5 p.m. Saturday. Oct 30, and costume 'S\
V punch bowl set, a $50 picture donated by Rog Ran, and some pre-Halloween fun. .l' ,r .v. "spooky" refreshments. judging will begin at 6 p.m. 9V'
gift certificates. To be raffled away are a dirt bike Help us break our pumpkin pinata and gather the i 'u, Prizes will be awarded to trick or treaters wearing

j hunter's Remington bow.Barbeque 870. shotgun, a doll, homeade quilt, and a Friends goodies inside.of the Library.Refreshments will be provided by the: ,'." Police Car Will Lead Parade the "scariest", "most original", and "funniest" j.

chicken suppers will be on sale for $2 The fun begins at the Public Library Friday, Oct.,29, For Hampton Halloween DayThe costumes. '
($1.25 for children under 12) and deserts will also be at 3:30: P.M. Wear your costumes and Join us for a real. Booths will include old favorites like the haunted '
for sale. good time the library staff says. Hampton police car will lead parade from CI- house, the country store with homemade items and '
Booths available for fun include duck and fish ponds, ty Hall to the elementary school to kick off the Hampton things like jams and jellies, cakewalk, bingo, "go Q
pirates treasure, dart throw, haunted house, and cakewalk Starke Rec. Will Halloween carnival at 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30. fishing", treasure hunt, duck pond, lollipop pull, ring
Department At 5:30: a costume contest will be held in front of the toss, bean bag toss, shave balloons, and dragon crawl.
Have Party Friday at Pratt St. school and booths open at 6, including a haunted Plenty of prizes will be given away at the bingo J.
house, fish and duck ponds country store, bottle tip, booth.
Pre-IIalloween Fun Set The Starke Rec. Department will be holding its scare crow pick pocket, goldfish! bowl, ring toss, and The SSES PTA invites all to come and eat supper atthe ,
... Halloween party Friday, Oct. 29, starting at 3 p.m. at dart throw. carnival as the menu includes hamburgers hot
At Public LibraryHere's the Pratt St. center. Refreshments available include hot dogs, ham- dogs, corn on the cob, fresh fired donuts, cupcakes, j
what the library staff says about their Halloween All school age children up to 14 years of age are in- burgers, pop corn, boiled peanuts, and drinks.1st hot chocolate, and drinks and popcorn. :
vited, and though costumes aren't those
event: mandatory, prize in the raffle is a Montgomery video game. Also, a raffle will be held with prizes being an Atari
Hey Kids! Start Halloween the right way. Join your costume who wear them will have a chance for prizes in the 2nd and 3rd will be digital watches, and five $5 savings video game, and $100 worth of meat from the Meat
judging.
bonds with Florida Bank in Starke are to be drawn. Store.

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. Lawtey NewsBy -


Elizabeth Terry

Phone 782-3300 United Methodist Women had their of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. spent Saturday with her Mr. Ala. to her
meeting at Mrs. Robert Lee's Mrs. Flossie Rosier, Mrs. J. H. parents get mother, Mrs. Lissie
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Tuesday homeon Reynolds and sister, Mrs. Ethel and Mrs. Earl Troxell. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Starling. Miss Brown stayed at Pen-
night at
Grace United Methodist Church 12. 7:30: P.M., Oct. Lester, visited their cousins Mr. and Miss Marion Lane of Jacksonville Mrs. Elsie Norman and Miss sacola while Mrs. Norman spent a
had their clean-up day at the churchon PERSONALS: Mrs. Burton Walker Thursday after- spent Saturday. with Miss Arthurine Yvonne Brown went to Robertsdale week in Alabama.
Saturday, Oct. 9. Many thanks to noon in Alachua.Col. Blanchard.Mr. -
who Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hewitt of Boca and Mrs. Ronnie Denmark of
everyone Grace United came Methodist and helped.Church Raton stopped by to see Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. William Wilson are at Starke were Sunday dinner guests of Now AvailableAllen's _
Earl Troxell and spent two days with home after six weeks in their grandmother, Mrs. Lois Carter.
had a guest speaker at the Church on Bethesda I
Sunday, Oct. 10, Mr. James Coggins them ticut.on their way home from Connec- Naval Hospital in Bethesda, Md. Miss Eli7ahfth Terry and Miss Ar- Attic, Self-Service Storage 1
of Palatka, a member of the Gideons. where Col. Wilson was a patient. Our thurine Blal .d visited her sister .
Sunday, Oct. 17 was Homecoming prayers are with them. Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. ,
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Thelma Wilson at Baker County:: Nursing ":
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Day at the Grace United Methodist REWARD ,U> f"'t""S"'" "
Church. Rev. James Tompkins of On Thursday afternoon, Mi-s. Home at Macclenny on Wednesday -,
Starke, a former pastor, was the Esther? Mason of Jacksonville 4and J afternoon. I. "- Highway 1OQs( (."':Starke' t
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guest speaker. All of us enjoyed see- Mrs. Alma Tha'ggard of Orlando Mrs. Pauline DeVore, Miss Teresa
ing old acquaintences.There were visited Miss Arthurine Blanchard. Patterson and Angle DeVore attendedthe Check our Introductory Low. Prices
more than 200 guests and plenty of In the conviction or arrest Miss Mason was Miss Blanchard's University of Florida Homecoming Call 473-2642
food. former roommate in Jacksonville.Mr. ball game in Gainesville on Satur-
The Donald Johns Band of Lake Ci- of the person or per and Mrs. Gene Howell of Branford day afternoon.
ty rendered special music for the were Thursday overnight guests Mrs. Connie Mosley of Maxville ... . ..'
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sons who took ceiling .. ,- .. .
homecoming services and after din- jJTL' "Ha, >....,"' .... ..,..,......_ nL.ru __ _--". -
blessing ner too. The to all.ministry of music was a fans on October 3 from

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New Uniform Manufacturing." 'Ir Building" !::Due to be in Operation Dec. 31 1.1 I .r .


(From Page IA) "We like small towns because we commented 'County Commission there.-Starke Gas Department Head Paterson would not make the pro- ing on Wednesday during the ground

other problems that the are not a union comrumy and small Chairman Maxie Carter. Jr. Bob Paterson told the group that "at mise. breaking getting contruction of the
city might
towns make It easier lo exsist" com- this building underway. Plans for this
time
have the we do not have an unlimited The plant Is expected to operated on
discussed supplying in plant were mented Vereen. He also mentionedthat The plant in Starke would also take supply." four 10 hour days per week, 52 weeksa plant to be located in Starke have
a pre-construction
Riverside Is the largest manufac- over operations of a drop center in year. Paterson estimated that the been going on for nine months. The
Holiday meeting Inn Wednesday in Starke.afternoon at the turer of this type in the country that is Jacksonville. The operation in Paterson told the Riverside plant would use about $57,000 worth of plans were kept under wraps by the

"We have been handling our North. not union operated. Jacksonville is scheduled to taper off representatives that the entitlementfrom natural gas in the first year. Chamber until recently when it
The operation will have 20-23( ,in the last two weeks of December. the Florida Gas Transmission in became necessary to secure a
Florida business from Moultrie and: The like the
system
and sewage gas
employees eventually is expectedto building from the
permit
city.
Brooker for Starke this time could
Purpose of the pre-construction at
have been trying to find a centrally'located reach 70. The building will be a and water are intended to grow with
town for our laundering:, constructed Beemik prefab meeting was to organize the quick not be guarantee the estimated 170 the plant's needs.
by Builders
construction of the with sub- therms that the is
building per plant
year
plant said Riverside President- -
the will not issue
of Jacksonville. Normally, city a
contractors and the city utilities need- estimated to use in the future.It Local subcontractors that will be
Owner Jerry Vereen at the meeting.
Vereen estimated that there wouldbe Geotz- building permit without first havingthe
ed to supply the working on the building are
"We investigated and the helpfulnessand a $10 million impact on Starke in operation. will take three years for the plantto man Contruction Company, impact fee paid. But since the
interest of the people of this town, the first three years of operation. Riverside will go with a two fuel be in full operation. It Is expectedthat man Fence Co., and McGill Plum Development Authority heads agreedto
along with a good peice of land to be the guarantee the fee Tuesday night
system because Starke cannot city will be able to supply the
Starke.located" on made us decide on "We are glad you chose Starke," guarantee natural gas to always be gas by the time it is needed, but ing.Clearing and land striping was go- the council agreed to issue the permit.




I But Fee of To Could Get in of I
..... Impact Up $71,710 Way Company Coming"My



concern is..I don't want any pact fee to turn off the company just is waived, Schaefer asked. supply Riverside with 57,000 gallonsper Lucas said, pending his receiving the Development Authority will
last minute surprises to turn this before the final agreement was sIgn- Commissioner Schaefer said surely day. information.The guarantee the impact fee. Silcox.
thing off Chamber manager Bill Wilson and Gaines knew about impact Wilson said it wasn't his intention to city would be better off not to then give up the gavel and secondedthe
Wilson told city commissioners Tues- ed.Looking at the 50 jobs and the fees charged by the city. Gaines said cause a hardship on the city. lie of- make a decision on the impact fee motion, when neither Biggs or
day night, referring to the Riverside million dollar annual payroll, the he'd never heard of such fees until fered for the Development Authorityto Tuesday night, said Mayor Silcox. A Woods offered a second. The vote was
Uniform Rentals Inc. firm locating in businessmen made it plain to the last week. Wilson said he'd never run help pay the impact fee. quick decision may solve this case 4-0 however.
Starke. < council that some way would have to up against it. said Commissioner Biggs, but could Wilson said the DA would
be found to get around the impact fee. You're finding out who knows what.That's The $71,710 impact charge is basedon open up problems down the road for guarantee the fee.
One last minute surprise was the Can the fee be waived? Putt off? not the point, said DA head one million gallons per month, said others.
$71,710 sewer and water impact fee Reduced? Delayed? Paid over a long Gus Kopelousos. engineer Jim Lucas, the equivalant of Then the city officials went into a "One more time. I'm bitterly opposed -
that city engineer Jim Lucas figuredout period? they wondered. "The is about 165 households. He went by lengthy session with to waiving the impact fee," Com
problem we need to get by whispering
for the new industry which will it rates set in a 1975 ordinance but ad- Silcox first huddling with Com- missioner Schaefer said. The fee can
employ some 50 persons. Tuesday Veteran councilman Charles some way or another. mitted he could not yet tell how muchof Mayor mission Travis Woods and attorney be extended reduced, discussed,
night Riverside had not been inform- Schaefer and newly elected commis- "Decision is,"Kopelousos said, "do a problem the city will have in Terry Brown, then with commis- Schaefer said "but I do not want to
ed of the impact fee. sioner Bobby Biggs stuck two the city's we want a business that will bring in cleaning water used by the new plant. sioners Biggs and Schaefer at the set a precedent."

Wilson, Development Authority viewpoint. $1,000,000 per year?" Neither did the engineer have information other end of the podium, and finally Wilson stood his "We're
Chairman Gus Kopelousos, and Zoning How can the city waive this fee and Mayor vernon Silcox agreed the ci- on the strength of the effluentto with chamber Wilson. ground.
Director L.M. Gaines were facing'the then charge residents and other, ty does need the industry, but he said be discharged. Lucas said he hopedto manager determined to get these guys in here.We're .
city council about what they consider businesses asked Biggs. How can a the city needed time to work up final get that information at Back in session, Silcox asked for gonna get this thing worked out
an outrageous charge. They commissioner look city residents in cost and more exact figures on the Wednesday's pre-construction hear Schaefer's motion, which was to because its gonna get" 50 people
tense trio clearly didn't want the .im the eye and defend the move if the fee water lines that must be enlarged to ing. The $71,710 figure is tentative, grant the building permit if the employed down there.
\


&" ": ''. e" Charles Hall is No-Show for Hearing Before School BoardAllowing .


(From Page IA) the steps of the grievance procedure, against. Hall then voted with the use of school facilities

will leave arrangment of the time to which has changed since the hearingwas prevailing side on the motion. without following board policy.
his attorney. Hall also said he is not first requested. Difference in the Oct. 18 vote was Purchasing material without proper
adverse to an to that board member J.R. (Jim) authority.
agreement prior a
public airing. Supt. Casey and Hall But, both sides apparently agree Lawson swung his vote and sided with Students on campus without proper
have discussed giving him a new now that Hall is at step 3 of the gre- Spengler and Rodney Hall. supervision.
viance procedure, and is due a public The differences between ad.'
3-year contract as administrator
an hearing before the school board he ministrator Hall and Supt. Casey also
reimbursing the $600 salary loss, plus
desires.It when
Hall wants critical records removed changed in mid-August Casey
'.. from his personnel file. was on a 4-1 vote that Hall's called on the Professional Practices Community NewsBy
transfer was made April 19, along Council of the state Department of
Supt that
Casey principals
says are with the transfer of three other ad-
A
transferred when it to be the Education to investigate the case. Elizabeth: Walker
best thing for the appears school system. minstrators who are not protesting. PPC investigator, however, termedthe 964-66H3
Gaskins' motion seconded and told
Because a principal has problems in was by problem an internal one
one school or area, that does not mean Lawson with Hall and Parrish voting Casey to solve containedlnCasey's) Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church is having a
he cannot be successful in another for Supt. Casey's recommendation.Hall's Allegations request Women's Day celebration Sunday, at
situation, the pointedout motion to table the motion fail- for the PPC to Investigate three 11 a.m., Oct. 24. Speaker for the morn-
after Monday superintendent night's regular ed 3-2, with he and Spengler voting for alleged violations of school board ing will be Evangelist Charity

'" school board meeting in the which the it, and Gaskins, Parrish, and Lawson policy: Williams. The afternoon 3pm.

Hall matter was not mentioned.An speaker will be Mrs. Florence Z.
exchange of letters, between Head Start Recruiting StudentsStarke Thompkins of Williston. Fla. The

Hall and Supt. Casey over Hall's request The Bradford County Head Start areas for the program which visiting choir is from Robert Mt.
for a public hearing have Center is recruiting children from started Monday, Oct. 18.' Pisgah of Atlantic Beach.

r- resulted since June when Hall first requesteda Brooker Hampton. Lawtey, and To participate.., a child must be four The public. is invited.
hearing,ledto Monday's n. i **** *t 1 abortive meeting. ..There have been I d _." .' ".. x ..

Rat: ,, or r+uy2qI W ferpblems with Hall's compliance. ,. with'.. ," Low Back Pain & "Suffering* .,.t .



Tornado Talkby Causes Lady to Miss Church


Kids for Christ Crusade...
Kelli Carver "'
Pastor George Watson invites everyone to join in a Kids for Christ Hi, I'm Shirley, ,

Crusade at the First Assembly of God on SR-16 and Weldon Street In This Friday, Oct. 22, is a teacher's : I started out with pain in my lower back and legs. I e

Starke. planning day. There will be no went to several medical doctors with no results. They ran
I The Crusade will run from 7-8:30 p.m. starting Sunday, Oct. 21,
I through Wednesday. Oct. Z7, school for students! I 111 I I several tests and prescribed lots of medication but nothing

peteers Christian bring an the Incredible gospel. computerized robot will help the pup- The football game scheduled for helped. After 3 months of this treatment and lots of money

this Friday will be away.. at North spent, I was still in the same pain and discomfort.So .

Marion High. Good luck, guys, with I woke up one morning with pain worse than ever. I
the Colts!III
Lun eh.Men ltL! \ liI decided wasn't to throw
I ,l -Oot'.i' ,1-; ; ',,",,:>P.;{ I going away anymore money on
Bradford Middle School OOPS!I 111 I goofed!II I In my last article M.D.s.In.
County
ALA-CARTE when listed the candidates for I went to Dr. He found the first visit.I
and all elementary schools .t September see Dopson. my problem on .
Moaday. IS-Hsm&wger on Bun., lettuce *; ', >'oada?,>O't- *-Hamt>urg..rs, cheeseburgers pii- cidently the homecoming left out queen Diana title Crawford, I ac- am testifying that the treatment I am receiving from Dr. Dopson has made it possible ,
.
pickle. french MM; peaches, milk. -* t Ufrel\clI| Crla 1 milkshake
T .....*. Oct. M-SpaghMtt w/meat. sauce, clues. Tlaosd.".Oct.2-PUa hamburgers french frlea.atlx. name. She is a super girl and no harm for me to walk again with no pain in my back and lower legs.

salad. aPiIM,Vet.crimp aee6Wgetabia hot rolls milk.soup",
toast, fruit tufc cookie, milk.'a -. ""- >,milluhakea, french. fries.Thunday. f,church and I hated missing so much.
The Bradford High School Band will
Oct.*Z8l'Inaagbage: slaw/ banana Thursday Oct. CT-Plzza. hamburgers, trench
pudding milk. -.. fries milkshakes.Friday. be attending a contest this weekend in Many thanks for the prayers and the knowledge that the Lord has let Dr. Dopson have.
Oct. IS-Chicken 4 noodles, cheese lllx f'rld.". Ocl. It-French fries, pizza milkshakes Atlanta, Ga. Good luckll! !
buttered peaavand aartota'apple..suce.eaokk. hamburgers.. that he can help his patients.
biscuit, milk., "* s" '
God Bless Dr. Dopson,
There will be a Key Club meeting
Shirley Mobley
Monday, Oct. 25. If you are interestedin
:--Legal Notice-- helping with the Haunted House,
contact Mary Watterson or Tony Dr. Ronald
BCT Diggs. Dopson Chiropractic
of Utility Revenue Bond
82-448 legal of Bradford County ACCEPTANCE SERVICE BY OF Our student council will be atten- 864 N. (US 301)) Temple Ave., Starke

Four'Florida Million In the DollarsS4,000,000.oo turn of STATE ATTORNEY ding a District 2 meeting Saturday, Monday thru Friday 964.8018

Oct. 23, at Wolfson High School in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF told( ), which I I. the State Attorneyof Jacksonville. Our student council is
hat been
petition
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the Eighth Judicial Circuit -
filed the secretary-treasurer for our district.A .
In above styled
CIRCUIT OF THE In and for Bradford
STATE OF FLORIDA/ cause. at such time and County, Florida do
IN AND FOR place to show cause, if hereby acknowledgeservice Student Forum is set Monday, O/0
BRADFORD COUNTY, any you have,why the of the foregoing Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. in the library. It is a Insured to S100 000 by the
bonds a* set forth In the Order-'and receipt of a chance for all students to voice their FSLIC Federal regulations
CASE NO.82-448 petition and prayer copy of the Petition opinion to the Student Council. They 11.75 require a substantial penalty for
should not be validatedand therein referred to, this would like to know how you feel 1111! early withdrawal but in the
,CITY OF STARKE confirmed ot prayedfor 20th day of October, case of on account-holder
.a municipal corporation therein and a* 1982.In death these certificates
of authorlied under the whereof
Florida witness ore cancelable without
Plaintiff laws of the Stole of I hav. hereunto set my FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD any penolryGuaranteed
va Florida. hand at Starke. Bradford Minimum Deposit $500 .pm<< annum compounded;
Hwy 18 W.a.W.lrJon
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Witness my hand at County Florida this 20th 964-8971
and the taxpayers Starke, Bradford County, day. of October. 1982. Pastor George Watson and for 10 years Available for
Florida this 20th of
day aonly.
andcltlz.na The
property ownort Mack S. Futch Congregation Invite You to
October. 1982.
of the Asst. STATE ATTORNEYfor Come and
Worship With Us
City of Stark. Florida Acting George Judge H.Circuit Pierce Eighth Judicial 811MayMsrtasgWenrip Ie.........?. ......,,,. ... .1. AM limited timeMWnlmumDeposir$500
Including non-r.tld.nt* Circuit, In and for. .. ... .
Court .; :.. .. .11 AM
owning property or tubct Judicial Bradford County Eimorttlc .. .. ...
Eighth Circuit of 7 PM
| Florida Florida WsOsla7 WsnMj.. .. .. .
to taxation ther.ln.D.t.ndan" In and for 10/214tchg 11/11 '. ..7:30 PM
Bradford County I I. 5O

.. -....
You are required to St Edwards Church Hall ,
appear at 3:19 P.M. on
the 12th day ol
November 1982 In the
BINGO pe annum non cexnpounctex)
Courthouse In Bradford
Guaranteed for 31/2
County Florida pur. years
Every 7:30 PiM.:

tuant to the petition In Saturday
regard to the validation ',411 N: Temple Ave., Starke Fla. I






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Waldo to' Melrose Canal Carrot.,' "Oriifg(: i i6 jl.t, oo'tt. !ii','!Market' before. Big. 3 .Freeze




Water was still a primary means of operation until August 15 of that year products to market. Thls'ubjecthas ., -_..., '<.... r'?''.
." .rwrw'f
transportation in this area In the 1870s according to old copies of the been accomplished by the .. .. AI', I, .j '-')'I 'y ,
and '80s when a degree of prosperitywas Goin .viil. Weekly Bee, a small of parties composing the enter 413'tln 4n,1'JiT,: + \'!:,\ .,"'
returning to the South followingthe weekly newspaper of that era. pang without one dollar of outsideaid. i rl' f' I Mir ,, ';" S l;+ I ,
hardships of Reconstruction Days .'. '
The purpose of the company was
after the Civil War
"...to open steam navigation from Money for the company was raised r ....
The At1antic- -GuIf railroad built Geneva and Santa Fe Lakes through by selling 150 shares of stock for $100 "I
from Fernandina to Cedar Key Lake Alto to Walk on the Transit each. The main office was located in' <, "
through Baldwin Starke, Waldo, and Railroad and thence with the state in Waldo with branches In Melrose.
Gainesville just before the Civil War general thus opening up a great Banana (a small settlement near

was a great boon to transportation scope of most desirable and fertile Melrose), and other pickup points. .
but there were still some areas that -
land these lakes in .
upon magnificent General Elias Earle of .
Earleton
on
had to rely on water transportation to
these portions of the counties of the west side of Santa Fe and ,
move their lumber, citrus, cotton and Lake
Alachua, Bradford, and Putnam
Clay,
Hiram Anderson of Lake Geneva
other products.To k :
by rendering them
easy access were among the company's incor-
help fill this need, the Santa Fe and by affording rapid and cheap porators.
Canal Co was chartered by the stateon transportation for necessary supplies T, l 1- _ImD.
March 2. 1877, but did not go into and for transporting surplus The route was first surveyed by __





; : : : :" : : : ..
autAmendments 1 I
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41- M

2 and 3 Deserve Voter SupportTwo

';..


proposed constitutional amendments of for more than 200 years. Therefore, we favor

great importance to Florida's criminal justice and recommend a yes vote on Amendment No.

system will appear on the November 2 2 in the hope that it strengthens the hand of
law enforcement officers in dealing with
General Election ballot. ( J.a.i .yea
They have to do with cha.iges in the present crime.

'riminal justice system which is perceived by Amendment No. 3 is the Legislature's replyto

law enforcement officers as well as the Task Force study that found bail reformto
many of Alto lake and Lake Santa Fe. :.Mrs. <|uigley', husband -
Minnie
!Mrs. J. T. Quigley who was Wynn
be slanted in favor of the be one of the most pressing needs of the
laymen, to Hampton before her marriage. Is Khown in this the late J. T. Jack Quigley, was in the I
)lawbreaker, rather than giving the victim an criminal justice system. The complaint has t Hoover Bros. photograph, amid water hyacinths at lumber and building supply business! in Starke fur

equal break. been that in some areas the criminal justice the Waldo end of the canal connecting Waldo with many yean.

Since these proposals concern the basic civil intake system has become a revolving door,

rights of all citizens, it is important that theybe allowing those arrested to return immediatelyto

thoroughly understood by voters before going the streets from whence they came, and Joseph Voyle in May. 1877. On August maiden trip on April 26 with membersof perserverance in sticking to and
to the polls on November 2. where further crimes can be committed with 16 of that year he completed the final the Waldo Odd Fellows Lodge as pushing this needed work to its pre

The amendments grew out of studies made hardly a break. At the same time, some in- survey and work began which on clearingthe passengers.The sent successful condition in face of
right-of-way, was completely
the Governor's Task digent charged with minor crimes following distances were the ridicule and jeers that multitudesof
over a two-year period by persons, cut by November.The those to be benefitlrd
Force on Criminal Justice System Reform in must remain in jail simply because they can- noted: From Waldo to Lake Alto, one to throw at this have important seen fit
make bail. It is that under the dredge was constructed in mile; across Alto to main canal, two
obvious flaws. not
effort to correct important V\
an Many March and April, 1878 and excavation miles; main canal to Little Santa Fe, enterprise '.
citizen groups joined with law enforcement of- criminal justice system, everything possibleis started at the Waldo end, reaching two miles. No distance was given for After the Big Freeze'pf )896 lulled
ficers at all levels and leaders in the business done to ensure that criminals who are a Lake Alto on the third Sunday of May, "the thoroughfare" (Santa Fe Lake) most of Ihev\ orange gro\' ,W the l
ra
community to have these corrective measures threat to the community remain locked up 1879. Work began July 3. 1879 on the but this "magnificent sheet of water" Melrose, area there was not enough:
approved by both legislative houses for while awaiting trial, but those who pose no main line between Lakes Alto and Little was said to cover 12,000 acres. produce remaining to be shipped and
Santa Fe
is the of threat should Be released without thus opening on March 9, steamboat transportation was discontinued
presentation to the voters. It feeling delay Captain of the F.S. Lewis was S.C.
these groups that the two amendments relieving overcrowded prison conditions.The 1881.While Barker, who spent his younger daysin At the around the turn of the century>
the dredging was in progress, command 01 sea craft. present time, the water level in
discussed here will preserve the individual'sconstitutional present bail system is also frequently steam the F.S. the canal is not sufficient to
a boat support
Lewis
rights, and at the same time worthless in dealing with drug-connected was The Bee report said the canal company anything but small boats occasionally
correct obvious imbalances in the criminal criminals to whom heavy bail is no deterrent.No under construction. It was completedin was owed a debt of gratitude for used in parts of the canal by
early April 1881 and made her
justice system. Floridians have become amount of bail money will guarantee the ..the pluck. skill and fishermen.

undstandably alarmed by the increasing in- appearance of major drug traffickers at a

cidence of crime in Florida in recent years, trial. They regard bail simply as part of the"overheaa"

which has earned our state an unwelcome of doing business, and skip out. Letters the': Editor ,........
position among the most crime-prone'areas of Amendment No. 3 would permit ,judges to arm--79, .t(1" ... ,_..... .

the nation. deny bail to those charged with serious offenses .., .. .. .' r Cut( .aYT., h.: ,r"Coynfy Agents

For some time there has been constant com- including murder and rape, whose' Reader Suggests Unified Grouping
plaint from law enforcement officers who records and behavior is such that their releaseon Notebook

were frustrated by spending many hours of in- bail would be a clear threat to the com- For Better Hand Sound at Games

vestigation leading to the gathering of munity or witnesses. Under the present law ;"t' '''''

evidence that was later ruled inadmissable in the judge has set bail as high as seems In the October 7 paper, thl"rewas an tions two nights in a row.I By
court under the so-called "exclusionary rule." "reasonable," but cannot detain the accused article about our excellent Bradford do not know who started the prac- Bobby '
The Florida Constitution's standards for ad- indefinitely. The amendment would allow de- High School band. I started to write at tice of our band sitting on one side ,
that time about situation I noted last with the
a together cheerleaders-but
missibility of evidence in criminal trials are tainment without bail "if no conditions of year. On October 14, Buddy Collings am firmly convinced that both the I Taylor ; ;AA"

even more strict than those of the U.S. Con- release can reasonably protect the community wrote about the spirit shown after the sound effect and the spirit are badly
stitution. Both provide that "the right of the from risk of physical harm to persons." Homecoming game. I was very touch- hurt by this arrangement, Why does 4. \0..

people to be secure in their persons houses, Although the denial of bail is the most important ed by that and chills ran up and down Bradford have to be different in this
my back as that is what growing up, aspect of their sports life? Why can't Want a lawn
papers and effects against unreasonable in- provision of the amendment, the wor- green during the
schools and sportsmanship is about. our entire student and
terception of private communications by any ding on the November 2 ballot does not men- However. I could not help but notice and boosters sit together body I* make parents one winter Consider. sowing rye grass
shall not be violated." But Florida's tion it at all to the release of J IB o'l."
means referring only again the difference in sound betweenour unified sound to cheer our players on ommon has
Constitution has additional provisions that less serious offenders on personal band when they sit in the concrete Most of all, why can't our spectators names, including ryegrass Italian American many,
have sometimes caused the State Supreme recognizance without bail. Voters should know stands and the open stands across the be allowed to enjoy the full sound of Oregon, Imported domestic; tnative

Court to debar evidence obtained by electronic this in order not to be misled at the polls.In field.I our and the magnificent band? Mr. ronto and annual rye Ills widely' adapted
students who
devices, such as the so-called "bodybugs"worn order to meet objections by critics who have worked in the concession of work as hard as does well in either and
our
any sports participants deserveto
by investigators, unless a prior warrant argue that the amendment does not provide stand at the Tornado Whirl and be heard by everyone in Bradford. tolerates frer ublrf-<;|Id.Rtn'ing If
Homecoming two in
had been issued. safeguards for citizens against the denial of row, and the difference game cannot yean help a not our opponents' fans. seeded heavily'aml" baII iXely, it

Because of the rising tide of criminal cases bail the legislature adopted a companion but be noticed when you hear the Betty Warren can provide a)yery.fianrfe,an.d;attrac
live lawn
and the increasing traffic in drugs, Florida statute calling for an expeditious hearing same band from two different loca 1837 Raiford Rd.StarkeFla:32091'. throughout the winter Since
: ,li if, i.is an.annjualj: } ,jl\,wi i dLe.fV't' in !latespring
law enforcement officials the before
a judge to determine grounds for denialof or early summer By the lime
Governor, the State Attorney Genera and bail. It also spells out the types of charges PRINCIPAL Til ASKS THOSE WHO HELPED WITH HOMECOMING the r.veurass, dies, ,the,' permanent

other officials asked the Legislature to modify against defendants, or information about Homecoming 82 for Bradford lawngrass should foe activity growing
the rule" to the admis- those High Starke Police Department and the and will -awdfcover the
"exclusionary permit so charged which could justify denial of is now history. A special and sincere Sheriff's provide color
sion in court of such evidence if the searching thank' 40 to the parents,students and assistance and Department for their rest of the growing1' season: The
bail.The at the Parade
officer had acted "in good faith." criminal justice system is presently school faculty who helped make it a and at the football support game. There is. no ryegrass will have to be reseedrd i the

This is a question on which it would be hardto under fire on both of the major grounds success The school administration doubt a certain amount of inconve- next winter when the permanentgrass dormant
browns off and
take an objective viewpoint and covered has made a concerted effort to give a nience to the citizens and travelers in again goes
strong opposition by Amendment No. 3. It is true that major for ,
developed early-on to the amendmentfrom indigents, awaiting trial, find it difficult to to the responsibility they Homecoming have proven and and around the school the city offers during its the Parade

civil liberties groups defense lawyers, raise bail while serious offenders, criminalswho themselves worthy of this responsibility this, but at the same time feel apology that the for a Establishment of winter ryegrass is
and the state organization of public defenders.The repeat offenses and parole violators com- The overall success of the activity is a worthwhile educational wait fairly until simple the procedure It is best to

outcome was that during the regular session mitting new offenses may secure release upon Parade program for Tornado Whirl and the experience for the students and the approaching or permanent has reached law ngrass!Its dor is
ultimately rest with the
of 1982 the proposed amendment failed toget payment of bail.It parents who are of their community.. mant period. Seeding time varies
supportive
Again, thanks
the necessary three-fifths approval of each may be argued that the denial of bail young people, and the faculty who county and schools to for the a community successful, from now to late November in our
house as required to place an amendment on threatens a person's right to be deemed innocent give of their time for the direction of Homecoming. area.

the ballot. But by the time of the special ses- until proven guilty, but the legislaturehas some of the special events.A Jim Duncan Principal The lawn should
be mowed
sion in June the amendment had been very big thank-you goes to the Bradford very
sought to cover providing for pre- High School close and raked to remove as much
redrafted in its present form and some public trial hearings before bail is denied and by debris as possible. Close mowing is

defenders felt that most of the provisions that out the limited types of offenses for usually the most homeowners can do

could lead to police abuse had been deleted. spelling ad may be denied. FORESTRY but de-thatching removal of the ex

The amendment was approved for the ballot. With these safeguards it seems unlikely that 4' desirable cessive ,spongy debris is very'

It is obvious that the intent of the amendment any innocent person will be unjustly harmed H I IN BRADFORD COUNTYI II of the dead Anyway or browned, remove grass as as possi much

is to insure that the State Supreme Court by the court's right to deny bail in extreme bte

follows U.S. Supreme Court interpretationwhen cases. Therefore in the hope that this amend- Broadcast 3 to 13 pounds of fresh

it comes to admission or exclusion of ment will help protect the lives of innocent I weed-free seed per I.(COO square feel

evidence. If this is the case, there should be no people from in-again. out-again criminal bet you did not realize it,but this is trees.The woods are doing off slightly of surface area and rake lightly to gel

harm to individual rights by following the U.S. types we recommend a yes vote on Amend- National Forest Products week. So, so don't worry about getting your the seed through the old sod and ir
Constitution which has served the country well ment No. 3. big deal right? feet wet. contact with the soil. A fertilizer
This week is the time of the year A last note reminder if you were spreader can be used to apply the
when we should consider all the intangible planning on ordering trees to plant seed. For belt coverage apply half the
values as well as the from. the state nurserjrs some speciesare seed in one direction and the rest at a
valuable pg>ducts which we receive getting low. It is advisable to right angle to the first application. A
from trees. Man diversified more uniform stand be established
products place your order soon. If you desire can
Amendment 2 can be produced from trzes. this type of assistance, contact the this way. It is not absolutely
The native pines growing througnout County Forester's office. necessary but if possible, top-dress
YES for approval CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Florida are extraordinary In the |seed with about one-eiahth inch of
number of high valued soil to eover.the seed. 'inestablishing
/ products 'The trick
a .,.;NO for rejection ARTICLE I I. SECTION 12 .which can be produced from them. 4-I I Horse Club NewsOn the rye-grass Is'proper

Lumber, utility poles, pulp for waterlna. The seed must be kepI
Yaaryevowwe.nddrdansaq F1and.'.__............._.....\.............. .dddrourrounbbrgcsi qw. papermaUng. posts for fencingare Tuesday. Oct. 12. the Bradford moist. not flooded for proper gee
1N I.tooo.I rrn.ul ar:1MIV aroad.g-.I randndIaIIcow.d t.vftNfDII'I dAmendment_ mination and
.: common items which are seen County 4-H Horse Club met at the growth of the seedlings
daily. Prhducts such: as turpentine Agriculture: Building and elected officers -. This may mean II'M watering
chewing gum gun powder and for for 1933. ,several limes a day especially during
3 the ladies-perfumes are all products Genie Rising was voted President. mid-daYr Water Just enough to keep
which are produced from extractivies Belinda Nelson vice president Shawn the seeds moist.. Continue frequent
YES for approval within trees. Overall the native pines Swain chaplain. Lisa Motley watering until the plants are well
'r CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT :'are responsible for producing hun- secretary. Andy Roach treasurer established..
NO for rejection ARTICLE I I. SECTION 14 dreds of products in different phasesof and Cathi Roach was, elected Begin
\ product I.:artufactur reporter., mowing when the grass t I.tall
enough to
d Your_MM ml gum our eeum...MfuMv lo Amy bJ laoftmim e......................-.1IMIv 10 11M 8Wl Next time you are taking a troll : Beside election, of officers the club inches.: Maintain;be cut-around this one to two
nd to......(Mho*(Ml*OM cfwigMf tMrii mr,.._.....rpdd__aw aid ma o.eKolad.d IVe r puNc through the woods or just wwtdegni. viewed an American Quarterhorse cutting height by weekly -
.peNe.. around your yard count the many Association film and discussed next when thrououl the winter.Water
blessings (and products) which affect months halter horse' demonstration a. necftlary: and fertilize as often
{ our daily lives and are the result of by Mr.A. Shultz of Shultz Farm. necgrowth and& color?, maintain desired



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October, 1982 TELEGRAPH




Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns Celebrate Silver Anniversary Social SideI+ :



' Mr. and Mrs. Jerome 'Johns .parents of Mr. Johns,'Mrs. John Mar
cus Howard of Lake Butler, mother of r
celebrated on their silver wedding'10, at their anniversary Mrs. Johns; Mr. and Mr. Joi.u Marcus 'f k'u Of The

home on FridaykSept.a reception Howard, Jr. of Lake Butler, Gladys Mooty
of Mrs.
and siater-in-law
given hy their! children, Mr. and Mrs. brother '
of Lake
Johns; Mrs. Emerson Perry Editor.
Phillip Johns and Mrs. Debra of Society
Wadsworth
and Herb
Butler
:S Williams.S D.C Marcus Henry and !
Washington, News
married on Fri
The couple were made 964-7608
a
Johns grandchildren
,
Leigh
st da Sept. 13,1957 at the home of the
brief to greet the guests
-= br de'a paternal grandparents, Mr. appearance
Howard In Union Count and for a family portrait.
K: and Mrs J.S. The cake and punch table was
known as
ty In a town formerly
ruffled organdy
Dukes, which no longer exists. covered with a white Citizens
Twenty-five couples were Invited to tablecloth with medalions of hand em r Bradford Senior/
Si broidered roses made from an even-
.
:;: share an informal evening including Johns In 1948.A .
,|!;: Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Ing silver gown punch made for bowl Mrs.with red punchwas Have Outing Saturday

at one end of the table and a two- exotic plants, ferns, orchids
:|; Week, UDC tiered white cake with red roses and Eighteen members of the Bradford they grow, bromeliads and tropical
silver leaves at the other end-the County Senior Citizens enjoyed a
it Holds Meeting layers were supported by the Johns brown bag lunch and social afternoon foliage.

:r'' crystal goblets called Antique Rose. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradford County Senior
r* The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. In the center of the table were bisque Fertig on Bethel Church Road on Citizens The meet the second and fourth
: held its first fall meeting on Wednes .
figurines called The Engaged.The Saturday.The of every month at 1 p m. at
;': day afternoon, Oct. 6 with Mrs. 13-foot Jamestown oak table group were joined by several Tuesday Recreation Center
and Mrs. Cecelia Mr. and Mrs.Jerome Johns the Pratt Street
Herbert Thomas Citizens.
foods in silver containers Hampton Senior
held finger The club is looking for new recruits: ,
:I: Terwillegar as hostesses. including a large silver lazy susan. table cloth the silver lazy susan, the Following lunch the members and over 55 years of age and
: : Mrs. Thomas presided over the The table was centered with a hundred Robert Autry and Mr. and Mrs. John These objectsare guests were given a tour of theFertig's anyone welcome.
: : business meeting and Mrs. Franklin old silver basket holding Mr. Anderson was best bisque figurines, etc. plant shade house in which visitors are always
Anderson. and
:' Weisgerber gave the historical program year anti- used at family weddings gold .. .
: mixed wild flowers flanked by man at the Johns' wedding. and silver anniversaries.A .. . "
h: on the subject of Southern Poets D'art used at c" "
silver peacocks. Some of the objects wasa "
que :
gift from Mr. Johns'parents '
!;,: and Poems. An arrangement of fall flowers was vantage were their Renoir Sheffield silver
; Fall daisies were placed at focal from idyls willow six piece English THANK
on the fireplace hearth, a gift painting on an antique from Mrs. Johns'
service gift
r a
: points, and refreshments were served Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett. easel the gold Courting Cats under an mother; two registered incolay
: by the hostesses. Assisting in greeting and servingthe oval glass dome, a five foot gold oil were Keats "A thing ofBeauty'
;. Guests present for this occasion Debra Williams, crystal vase cameo plates, "
guests were Mrs. standing chandelier, a and Shellys "To A Sky lark.
-: : were Mrs. John Denmark and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns Mrs. holding crystal flowers, the organdy YOU
William B. Scoggins.
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c Marie Miller and John Powell BradfordY ,


tf RA

l Married at First Baptist ChurchMarie CountyI '


of chantilly lace encrusted with
plique
Miller of
Elizabeth
G and seed pearls; sheer bishop
.' sequins
F of John P.
Gainesville\ daughter full skirt with tiered back of
7 r Miller of Columbus, Ga. and Mrs. Edna sleeves; lace and attached chapel
chantilly
p1a Ogletree of Starke, and John chantilly lace headpiece
train. Her
Joseph Powell of Gainesville, son oj and sequins
seed pearls
decorated with of
Powell of Starke were thank all the people
Mrs. Janet secured her fingertip length veil want ot sincerely

.. united In marriage Sept. 25 at 12 noon of sheer netting. She carried a traditional for the tremendous vote givenme
1y' my at the First Baptist Church with Billy/ all white cascade bouquet of Bradford County

R. performing the nuptials.The with. fresh white roses and silk lilyot-lhe- that assured my victory in the second
centered an
i choir loft was with long fronds of Boston fern
valley
,, p arch candelabra holding burning it its dramatic effect. primary.
1' .k tapered candles. Tall ficus trees were gave held in the church and
was friends sup-
A reception
r yi"J used at either side. The chancel area Fellowship Hall. I also want to thank my many

r held two tree candelabras holding ar The cake table held a white three who were cut out of my district after
? mums, car porters
of gladiolus,
rangements peach
with
r i cake tiny
P nations and posies in the bride's tiered rambling wedding roses and topped with a reapportionment, who stood by me and helped.I .

j chosen colors. Small ficus trees were of fresh flowers. Fresh Bradford County to
placed' at the floor at vantage points. nosegay encircled the want all the people of

; music Presenting were Joan a program Canova,of organist nuptial;, cake.flowers At and either greenery side in candleabras were two epergne which know that I will continue to represent all of the

Cindy Canova, pianist and Rodney held arrangements burning tapers. county and not just a portion.

Brooks, soloist. The punch table was centered witha the best and hope that in
attended only
Lane Allen Powell of Gainesville bowl encircled with I wish Lee Drawy
( punch
his brother as best man., crystal to make District
y John Phillip Miller, Jr.. flowers and greenery. the future we can work together
Ushers were to
.,S i the Kevin bride's Cross of brother Gainesville.Toni of Starke. and Daytona Following Beach a the wedding couple trip is now 21 the best place in the world to live and work. .

Lynn Wolfe of Columbus, Ga., residing in Starke. of Baker Again my sincere thanks,
w The bride is a graduate
hln was.honor attendant. She wore a full Ga. and the
School in Columbus,
of taffeta overlaid High Frank Williams
length peach gown Bradford High
: of PDPULAD
f with organza netting forming a bustle groom is a graduate _" ., .
"
.. in'then back v.xa ruffle-neckline and School. : "
sleeveless. She carried a silk old: .
... .......,.-'r ......... .... fashioned nosegay in shades of peach r ;.' : '1'-- ',: 1
Mrs.John J; Powell and ,,
Mr..and 'and apricot, lilies, daisies; roses .
small wild flowers. differentchoice
Bridal attendant Margaret a

Upcoming Events .. . r r .. Hallinan of Gainesville was attired Cinemrocbrings
similar to the honor attendant and n

Cindy Rowell carried the same type nosegay only cable
Chill LuncheonFriday smaller. Flower girl Kathleen to
Steve FutchTo Hallinan carried a small white wicket movies

Oct. 22 Wed Saturday basket with fresh flower petals. of

There will be a Chili Luncheon,witha Given in marriage by her stepfather '

choice of iced tea or coffee, servedto Cynthia Strickland Rowell and George P Ogletree, the bride ,
the public at the Woman's Club of Steven Futch will be united in marriage wore a gown of sheer organza with

Starke on Friday, Oct. 22, from 11:30a.m. : Saturday, Oct. 23, at 7:30 p.m. high neckline,yoke of netting with ap-
.to 1:30: p.m.The cost is$2.50 (tax in the First United Methodist Church ,

included). with a reception following in theJ .,
In addition there will be a choice of Fellowship' Hall. Beta Sigma Phi Holds .

homemade desserts'' and, Ml ieUo. at ((1"II'' ,;'v, All friends and relatives are invited Surprise Shower
cents per serving. Ito attend. ,"_ rf' -
". Take-out orders will be available. Xi Iota Delta Chapter of peta
'iv Everyone is welcome. igma Phi held its first meeting for
,. ,, '! J"' "," !'U: <."iI 'I',JNelonie Green the month of October at the home of
'n"; eR
"
Hancock Norma Jean Martin on Cherry St.
to Wed John
\i';' ,;I, Senior I Citizen I > ,.u.ii ,... The members used this meeting for
1 i
i II, Covered Dish, : " ,: Judge and Mrs. Robert Alexis a surprise shower for Ella Hall will
Dale Haas
whose marriage to
Luncheon Oct:18 Green, Jr. of Starke announce the
.. 'ii' i-i'i. it engagement of their daughter, take place on Nov. 27.

.', "'The' 'reguJ ';'Senior Citizens: Melanie to John O'Shields Hancock, decorated Mrs. Martin cake in made honor a of beautifully the occasion

'f covered dish luncheon will be held in Jr. of Snellville, Ga. were enjoyedby
and refreshments
from .
t
graduated
Green was
Hall Miss
)I"> the' Methodist Fellowship on
School and attends everyone.
%"i"' ..Thursday 0It.J:: 28.1"'JI' Gainesville High College. She is Ella received many nice gifts and
usual- Santa Fe Community
,These monthly luncheons are
't,1' ly' on the fourth Thursday and all also employed by the CommunityState was very surprised.

'Jlt.< senior citizens in the community are Bank of Starke.
<
,. Invited to attend. Bring a covered Mr. Hancock is the son of Helen
"
and the fellowship) Britt Powell and the late John "
:.. dish enjoy O'Shields Hancock of Snellville. He Area Residents "

was graduated from South Gwinnett Enoy| Foliage Tour .
Halloween Fun, High School of Snellville and attendedthe '
"
:: Public( University of Georgia. He Taking the Fair Foliage bus tour .,.i' .; .
',.: At Library presently serves in the United' States Oct. 10 to Oct. 18 were:

navy. Robert Shannon, driver, Mrs..
Hey Kids! Start Halloween the right The wedding will take place Dec. 4 Carolyn Redgraves, Mrs. Bernie
;, way. Join your friends at the Bradford at the First United Methodist Church Smith Mrs. Mamie Stegel, Miss

County Public Library for some of Starke. Lillian Stump, Mrs. W. H. Thomson.

pre-Halloween fun. Mrs. J. M. Blackshear, Mr. and Mrs.A. ,.?
Help us break our pumpkin pinata Marvo the MagicianTo ." L. Crosby Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roy :,, !f'f'I S.w '
'." and gather the goodies inside. a
Oct. 31 Chasteen and Mrs. Evelyn Griffin.
."* -: Refreshments will be provided by the Appear in ,
Highlights along the way were .
'- Friends of the Library. Marvo the Magician will make a Vicksburg, Miss., Passion Play in c ,- at {tl
The fun begins at the Public Eureka Ark. Ozark Country
special appearance at the Northside Springs, ,
; Friday, Oct. 29, at 3:30: P.M.
Library
Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. 31, at Music Jubilee, Nashville, Tenn.,
Wear your costumes and join us for a Autumn Leaf Special Tennessee
9:45..m.
real good time. :Everyone Is invited to come see the Valley Railroad Museum, and Chattanooga

great Marvo Tenn.

,.. Susan Talcott, Over so movies each month. Movie choice not duplication. A great movie value

Steven BrownEngagement Cinemax i is the table TV smice with Movie that art ehusen because they'rethe A month ol movie on l'int'min tS less
Told ttitt over different movir each month. kind nf ponies other channels usually Ihan taking the family to just one pools I
Everything from lassies contempo don't show-so you get more movie In /fact each month>ou net! all the different,
raries. All uncut and uninterrupted. choice and less movie duplication. films on Cinemax for less than iie ray h.Cinemax .
'. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Thornton Prizes Given for
of Starke announce the engagement ,
of their daughter Susan Nadine Most Creative
.. Talcott,to Steven Allen Brown,son of : ; )
Mr. and Mrs: Gerald L. Brown of Most Origlnial ','..

,' Hampton.The bride-elect is attending, Vo- Funniest Our difference is our movies;:

-, Tech Cosmetology and Mr. Brown is Judging time
: employed by Hercules.

A February,'83 wedding Is planned, 10 pm [Costume, Party] .

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: Contestants Wanted BBQ Dinner Saturday, Oct. 30 i ': .. ', ';'

I No Experience Needed All You Can Eat MICHIGAN' .' CALL TODAYI! CINEMAX IS AVAILABLE IN: : '

RANCH .
at 6 ,.,' '. '. a ,:.;'''.;
,; We need contestants for our new Begins pm ;h' "' \ .
Promotional Pageant to be held In ,US 100 E.StarkeRemodeled : ,;, '';" .: iY : .n" Starke, FloridaBradford .. ,..'i,.'-. ,
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1" 2'V '
23. 'r'J .. .' 1: Ii.
Stark Saturday, Oct. : H, ,
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: :
4.;:. Sun & Surf Promotions. Prizes for' and 'ht"4't. Video .,Y>. *

all age divisions, 330. Beauty, modeling Management f 964-6308
and talent. Fun time is expected Under New

for all. 14 each division entry toe!/ Call Roy Helen Hoisington II your community H not Mi.d UII you' <''OUI t.1M1 TV Coo-omyot"on'tcl C q 'i. 3 II'atc. C-.-..**".'e n-.i 10 e*...o"e' -. ?OC.OI. >. i
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,> .'" TELEGRAPH October 21, 1982

Neva Jayne Flynn Did You Know -- T 1 I J Y . .ll. a. . .. ..Tr... .. .
y.
Shower Honors Mrs. Johnnie McCall and Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green returned lastThursday Mrs. Sadie Elder of'Klngsley'Lake
and Mrs. Mr. Jimmy Rowe and
s Loretta Hart of Macomb of Sanford after a weeks visit with her returned last Sunday from a '10 day
III. were family were>visiting his :
Miss Neva Jayne Flynn whose last week guests of Mrs;L.H.Gibson. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green son and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. trip to North Carolina with her
Kldd will be an and his Kenneth and
marriage to Jerry nephew family
While here they 'visited the Green in Tallahassee.Mrs. '
event of Nov. 13, was honored at a in Florida: Mr,and points of interest over weelcend.Mrs. t, Shirley Elder and ion, Greg, Mrs.
bridal shower Friday, Oct.8, given by Mrs Gerry Elder enjoyed watching her grandnephew
Gibson of Merritt Island were also W. T. Jackson, Sr. returned Herbert Thomas attended the
Mrs, Scott Baker and Mrs. David Sunday visitors of Mrs.Gibson follow Sunday after three weeks in Chattanooga 87th Convention of the Florida Division Ken Elder Jr. play footballfor
Gaines at the home of Mrs. Baker'sparents ing UF Homecoming.The Tena. visiting her son and UDC at Panama City Monday Furman University. From there
Mr and Mrs. George visited her bfolher-in'Uw and
Mr. and Mrs. through Thursday of last week. Mrs. they
Rick Jackson
Roberts, Jr on Bessent Road. Methodist Women's Sunday and family baby daughter. Thomas was Installed as District II sister, Mr and Mrs. E. O., Elder in
The food table in the dining room School class enjoyed dinner at Sho- Director at the Convention. Highlands, NC, They'aide enjoyed a
was centered with an arrangement of Gun Restaurant in Gainesville Thurs-- lour of the Blue Rldft!mountains seeing -
daisies and purple wild day evening celebrating the birthday Viola Anderson Edith Wolf Laurie beautiful fall foliage '
the
flowers.yellow of Louise Stern. Five members at. Mullins, Carolyn Eaves, Ethel Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mnntuoro and << ,
.
The honoree's gifts were openedand tended. and United Phyllis Methodist Carver attended the visitors daughters of her of Tampa parents.were Mr. and Sunday Mrs. Mrs. I lIa Rain of Chl land spent the
displayed In the family room.The Women's annual last two weeks with Mrs. J. G.
hostesses presented Miss Flynn witha Mr. and Mrs. Doug Reddish of meeting and reception for the con- Mac Baldwin.Mr. Jackson On Friday, Mrs; Jackson
brass trivet as a memento of the oc Tallahassee will be spending the ference president Miss Ressie Basson and Mrs George W. Brown and Mrs. Llta Cook took Mrs,.; Rain
Weekend with their Sunday afternoon at the First
casion. parents Mr. and home and (the weekend
spent
and Mrs. L. N. Stoner In
visited Mr. ,
Thirty guests enjoyed the affair Mrs. Drew Reddish in Starke and Mr. United Methodist Church in Oca la.
Ocala over the weekend. .
and Mrs. J. C. I
from 7:30: to 9:30 p.m. Wynn in Keystone
Heights. \
\

Melanie Morris

Bruce Stevens AMERICAS: FAMILY Df UG STORE - Valuable Coupon -- .,"'

Melanie Morris f 1

Bruce StevensTo ZUVGERS

Wed Nov. 26 I 1


Mrs.Jean Morris of Starke and Bob
Morris of Atlanta Ga. announce the I PEPSI-COLA or I

engagement and forthcoming mar
riage of their daughter, Melanie Lorraine DIET PEPSI
,to Bruce Jeffrey Stevens,son of I 2 IITLR 1
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stevens of New
Brockton, Alabama. WITH >$10.00
Grandparents of the bride-elect are y y .. PURCHASE
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush of Starke and ______ 49. PLUS THISCOUPON
Mrs. Bonnie Reeves and the late Guy
Morris of Dothan. Ala. Great- TIME AND MONEY. I 2 f EXCLUDING CIGARETTES. LIMIT 1
grandparents are Mrs. Mattie Griffis pEPi'F __
and the late Wright Griffin of Cotton-

wood, Ala. EEVES S.!. Wee without
Miss Morris is a 1979! graduate of J I $10.00 purchM ........"....."..,101
Bradford High School and also is a
graduate of George C. Wallace State
YOU BOTH
Community College-Dothan where I Coupon Good ru Set Oct. 23 I
she received her Associate in Arts
degree in Business. She is reigning
Miss Wallace College and a memberof - - - ."
both Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society -
and Who's Who Among American
Junior Colleges. '
Miss Morns is currently working as
a computer operator at Circle Phar-
macy in Dothan and is a student at
Troy State University in Dothan
where she plans to receive a bachelorof
arts degree in computer science. Schick
The future bridegroom is the grandson .
of Mrs. Vena Jacobs and the late'Otis .
Jacobs of Ariton. Ala. t --nnw. .
Mr. Stevens is a graduate of New
Brockton High School. He received a I_ J jw-
bachelor of arts degree in Missions
from Southeastern Bible College in ___
reJWt21J _
Lakeland Fla.and an associate in applied -
science degree from Enterprise __
State Junior College in Enterprise, RIGHT GUARD SCHICK ENERGIZER

Ala.Mr.. Stevens is currently employedby CLOSE UP STICK PLUS PLATINUM THERMAL 9-VOLT SYLVANIA

Southern Business Systems in TOOTHPASTE DOUBLE EDGE BLANKET BATTERY LIGHT BULBS
4 DEODORANT
Dothan as a computer programmerand ....oz. BLADES a COLONS By EVCRCAOV $0. 71 Of 100 WATTS
is attending Troy State University '''' .
in Dothan to achieve a bachelor of : .o'59
arts in computer science. 9ge 129 .. e 799Pric 49
The wedding will be an event of Friday &l 1 .. 4
November 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the reflect cant off + +
BaptistfChurch. in Cottonwood, tab.Lllmlt! 1 kT1! .t 1 M Pct7 '.F& a .x r rL1mi;.bulbMltl SrtJ gniv/p
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Debbie Myers HonoredAt

Baby ShowerMrs. -SELTZER MAXI-WEAR j\\ //at
VIP PRO DRY
NAIL
TABLETS GUARD
Debbie Myers was honored Teoxorae
with a baby shower Wednesday, Oct. NAIL THERA.GARDS M CURLING IRON
6, by Mrs. Millard Brown and Mrs. sloe..... ......169 ENAMEL VPITH.g.
Terence M. Brown at the home of the 'HAD" ,.. ", 7.55 499
latter. Limit 1 ... "-e..1 p"iTeoe......399 sari J.OO ...,
Among guests were Mrs. Myers Limit 1 Dual heats.
mother, Mrs. June Shuford. ,
The refreshment table was covered /
with a white lace cloth and centeringthe z SILKIENCE t''
table was the traditional stork SHAMPOO or JERQENS FLEET
: CLAIROL KINDNESS
trimmed with colors of pink, yellow CONDITIONERarts == LOTION ENEMA %
and blue. ,sea .,..oz. 3-WAY HAIRSETTER I
I-Oz. 99 189 .... 59- AFTER REBATE ; ( J' _
The honoree with 1
was presented a .1
... 1!( 4 I TTMS .... I'rIoed .... / O 7
baby swing by the hostesses. { Kp''
Umlt ::_::: Limit Limit 2 2499 14."

Little Miss Pamela Reddish

Celebrates First FLEX NET
BARNES-HIND N
Birthday Oct. 17 AEROSOLHAIR WETTING s- VICKS BLUE t (J
SPRAY RfD SOLUTION ;". COUGH DROPS TOASTMASTER 2-SUCE'i; I' .alidomojuJn.1- ni sn
Miss Pamela '-* PASTRY TOASTER
Reddish daughter of +
.109 z. .AClO'is i79T9v it
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish :: 79ct ttr0e
of St tTTMt ... 229 iO
Augustine, celebrated her first birth- Um 1 Mad ....... "-e.,... "'". ,....1399 r TSna H
day Sunday afternoon at a party Limit 1 ? Limit 1 sev.1,00 Fi >Jlni j V
given by her parents at the home of Hinged crumb tray. 1et( c dslllvno
her grandparents,Mr.and Mrs.Drew LIYTKISCA
Reddish in Green Acres.

The Smurfette theme was carried + 'i, '
A1RA
COIL MAGIC
out with a birthday cake with the BIC DAMP RID wsupmocus RIVAL b
Smurfette design .on it, Smurfette AIM CONDITIONERCLEANER SUPERSAVER s;r fMIDI.IIR +wrltwretu '
paper cups paper hats, tableclothand PENS + CAN OPENER
balloons. u-oz. .,.u. 'ACKO'1 sn. ".ss KEYSTONE EVERFLAS srss 8

Pamela's six cousins enjoyed the 299 99ct POCKET CAMERA Kee. 14."1'099
game !In-The-Tail.Q..Tbe-DonItey 9..9'--- IIC".'a feri 4.00
with Cynthia Agin 1699 Sharpens knlv .. 4
winning Limit 4 ..... 11." ,.
the
Among cousins aunts and With built-in' "asn.
uncles attending the gala affair were
her grandmother Mrs. Vincent MEN'S ZEBCO 404 POLLENEX CLEAN
Lewis her great-grandmother. Mrs. GOLF REEL A ROD BAR PIONEER

Leona Lewis.Mrs. Ruth Reddish and JACKET .COMBO.... ,A.? PHOTO ", f'1J' a" AIR AFTER MACHINE REBATE ,
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards. ........ XSTOOL'u :
It""
Flying in from Mount Dora for the X99 99 vee [ ;i 1 799......27.1. Z1a
day were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce: Ivey 1 098 9
and children Allison and Gordon. 499

MPLACIMIMT CILTIN ... 3**
David Smith, StarkeWoman's
i Club Speaker 12-FOOT KORDITE _
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Education was the speaker at the aa ..... ,... .*. Ino
luncheon-meeting of the Starke 99 "-s. 21.1 21 9 9
Woman's Club on Oct. 13 139 ..,.'.00
Mr. Smith told the members of the _ r 24-"', weather & TV 213. "
subjects offered the community in his
program and asked members to take JET-X
a trip to the Vo Tech Center for a visit. PRESSURE tUNCHMATE CLARK'S GRAN PRIX f-TRACK,
President Mrs. J. D. Warren WASHER COOLER SWEETARTS' MILK DUDS CASSETTE PLAYER
reminded the WITH
members
of the luncheon t SPEAKERS
CANDIES JR'S 11100 H.... t 71."
on
Friday Oct.22. On the com g..9'L9"
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mittee were Mrs V. J. Spengler 999 [AOOf 1M *4| 09M 1.02: 0.00 ;
chairman. Mrs. Marguerite Hall. 99C ;
Mrs.J. D. Syemour. Mrs. Herb Her 1.4f .,.i.. m.e.1.2t Y... 12999
res, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. Edna Limit 1 Umll 1
Wells Betty Jo Baldwin. Pat Scog- While uppll.s l..t. .
s gins and Mrs. H.C. Ritch.

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',4lI(..u St.Hold. Mark's Meeting Women I 'Old Army; Buddies.United" r.3.0.Y ars VI St. Edward's Altar Society Hosts, Special Guest! Sandra Q'BriqnttJohnson, :

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Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Forsyth were extremely Ga.and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Berry '
bras surprised to have received On Tuesday evening,Oct. 5, Sandra Josephine nt. and-tit of tease!who .work in the
rib The Women of St.Mark's met in the a of Hickory, N.C. were the out of town Paris
seta Parish House Tuesday evening,Oct. 5 phone call Oct. 8, at 6:30: a.m. from guests. They had come to Starke look O'Brlant-Johnson presented a film of enlisted help for the Bazaar to Hospitality Shop there. Although ten
with MrS. Ann Rleske presiding. Mrs. the Holiday Inn at Starke looking for ing for their old army buddies that the Chikankata Village In Zambia, be held Nov. Sand 6 in the parish hall. members currently'support this project
1Jsd Flossie Prescott presented the devo- "Whitey" who served in the Army they hadn't seen in over 30 years. For Africa. This Salvation Army project It was decided to serve donuts and more help is,needed' .Mrs. Terry,
bns,1.w UonaU and worship program. with him during the Korean War in the past three years, Mr. Brown and supplies medical. care to the people coffee beginning at 7 a.m. on Friday. said.Following "
Mr. Rieslce conducted the business 1952.Both Mr. Berry have been searching for there. Soup, sandwiches, desserts and ; the t meeting
nl meeting and gave the program on of them served with the 398th the men that served with them in the The hospital includes a beverages will be available refreshments were served by'Mrs.:
s b United Thank Offering explaining Battalion (Battery B) at Camp Ed- 398th Battalion so that they could all leprosarium, diagnoses and treats throughout Friday and Saturday. Gladys Weldon and Mrs.' Muriel
"e how this, offering has funded many wards, Mass. join in the reunion they started two those in the area and trains them in Homemade arts and crafts gift items Gilhooly. j., :'Kv' :)::
projects in the church such as The Forsyths were surprised to years ago. proper health programs. will also be on sale both days. The .i.fPklur. ;i ""*.
9rtl rebuilding a church in Montana that have heard from T.J.'s army buddies The Forsyths were all very happy Mrs. O'Brlant-Johnson told of the drawing for prizes will take place'at Fromo i
a .was destroyed by fire and providing that they had not seen in 30 years. and elated to be able to join them for poverty in Zambia and explained the 3:00: p.m. wurday.. Prizes are $50 1/20111
jlf an automobile for the Diocese of They insisted that the Forsyths join breakfast, All agreed to meet at Mr. missionary work she planned to encounter cash.Barbie doll( with hand-crocheted Th.OHk.Shop
>g 1101.Call St.
nisI Oregon that enabled families to visitin them for breakfast at the Holiday Inn.They and Mrs. Paul Carter's house in She asked for prayers for wardrobe, elephant rocker and
prisons. It provides scholarships also contacted Mr. and Mrs. Starke that evening for dinner, and to strength and success of this work.A giraffe clothes tree made by Bill HollowroonGilt
for chaplains and in Rhode Island, a Paul Carter, Mr. and Mrs. James remlnice old times and look at pic- gift of bed sheets was presentedto Oeschger. .
Christian Home for Young Mothers. Davis and\ Mr. James Waters, all of tures the Forsyth's had that were Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson by the Altar Mrs. Wilmajean Terry, who does *Th.Cord OHko a DocorotlOfi. ,
These are just a few things the U.T.O. Starke. taken during their training at Camp Society. volunteer patient care work at Brad- Shop '
has done.M.II.la. Mr. and Mrs.. Lee Brown of Duluth, Edwards, Mass. Following this presentation, Mrs. ford County Hospital told of her work 1101.Coll St.
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whose marriage to Jeff Smith of
Raiford will be an event of Nov. 26,
was honored at a miscellaneous HOicE
bridal shower Oct. 14 given by Mrs. Free 2DOR""oRE
Loretta Merchant at the Starke
Recreation Department on. West N11N RYA AYI
Pratt St.
The hall was decorated In white and
blue, with a white lace umbrella and
blue flowers serving as centerpieces.The .
three tables were covered with
white tablecloths with blue underlay. 4 3
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winners being Mrs. Judy Brown and UPT EANNEIT S ,
Miss Tara Marchant. p s ,
Approximately 30 guests called bet GIFTWARE TOYLAND
ween the hours of 7:30: and 9:00 P.M.
Melissa is the daughter of Mr. and OPEN
Mrs. Marcus Norman of Starke.

Hallo_" SUNBEAM OVER 50GNEW
Gift. Card I Decoration
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11 0 I.Call St.

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Mrs.. Buck Oden /M8T

Shower Honoree

Mrs.\: Buck Oden was honored at a
stork shower Monday afternoon from
3:15-4:15 p.m. in the Bradford County
Hospital staff cafeteria given by Annette
DeSue and Donna Verkerk. 1
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.The refreshment table where punch
and cake were served was decorated

with baby boxes and blocks. The ;,$ ve( 3 /,
honoree was seated in a rocking t

:chair.Approximately: 50 employees stopped 888 97 97 6 !tALUE 5
by with a gift during their coffee WAS 1.29 NT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE TO $ ''; .arsca a1 A
break at alternate times. DISCOUNT PRICE
FIRST QUALITY I LEVI'S JEANS
Soft n' Pretty ELECTRIC CANE-LOOK PLUSH TOYASSORTMENT MEN'S LEVI'SCASUAL
Mrs. Cindy Rowell BATH TISSUE WALL CLOCKS PATIO CHAIR SHIRT Western styled icons, many with back pocket treatments.

Shower HonoreeMrs. 4 rolls. 400 sheets, 2- Decorative assortment of Tubular aluminum frame. Cuddly and lovable bears, Short sleeve poly/cot Twill fabrics with double stitched yoke bock Assorted
ply Prints & pastels. dependable timepieces Folds for storage Beige elephants, dogs and morel! ton, 2 pockets. S-XL. Colors in men's sizes 28 to 38.

Cindy Rowell, whose mar
riage to Steve Futch will be an eventof rg

Oct.23, was honored at a shower at 2 ,
the Methodist Group Seven meetingon ." .. .
Tuesday night, Oct. 12 at the homeof
Miss Sandra Tompkins on Epper-
scxfrStreet. ,-

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ovwby Mrs. Rowell, group leader, c ; i' ,: 0 i I/ "l li :
Denise Adams read a passage from 128s.l
the Bible on Love and Marriage. 8'8
During the social hour Mrs. Rowellwas E
honored at a bridal shower given A. DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE
by the members. Sweets, finger foods '
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*" and feel! like leather'! belt loops and Iwo side

Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen of 1188 39 188 297 97w.... FT pockets Full nylon Men's lining SML, four, XL colors.pockets plaIds.Assorted 8t6tirtgjOUrever .
Gainesville were Sunday visitors of .44 1.17 '
flrtt sand. Mrs.-M. F. Hazen. PRICEPERSONAL .
STEAM AND TWO 1GAL. VINYL CARPET .
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Mr*. George.Hockette of Plantation.. 4 Permanent' press set Cushioned earphones Algaeclda bactericide, Gold green clear with
wilt art-iYff on ThdfSca! >V&tt f 1 Ivtiyt cordset. carry case & belt loop. disinfectant & fungicide tapered edge. 27V"wide.
with Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Thomas;? "

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K ley'Lake who where involved] in a [Theshapekeeper
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Donna is a senior this year at Bradford Sale Price .. 1 77
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Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Clyde Cost 1 499.7f< 16 Aft 1 6 2'
Tomlinson, Mrs. Florence Meres and BATE DISC DISCOUNT' O O WAS 1.27 WERE 2,47 WERE 3 97:
PRICE
Mrs. L. A, Canova attended the PRICE
funeral of C, C.Shepherd in Lake Cityon WD-40 STOPS JERGENS BATH GAL. EAGLE 20PC. SETDINNERWARE 4-PLY SKEIN MEN'S POCKET EMBROIDERED FOOTBALL
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Protects metal, loosens Lotion mild! Helps sotCleans and disinfects 10'and 7" plates 100% orlon 3,52 oz. Poly/cotton colors. Embroidered v-necks '. sleeve, v-neck, cot-
Plctura 1/2 OKI Prams and frees rusted parts ten as It cleanses.4.75 oz.: laundry floors, etc soup, cup saucer, 4 ea. new pull skeins. Slight Irregs: S-XL. In 100%\ cotton S-L, Ion.Soys': 818. "

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Mrs. E. B. Searing returned home ; \ ;
Sunday from Virginia Beach. Va. : p ,
where she visited her daughter and : :
family C.D.R. and Mrs.John G. Sims I. "
and her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. .' ,
Burge Searing in Atlanta. \ : I ... .

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beasley of "C'I "
Haines City Mrs. Robert Mathews
and daughters Traci and Lisa of 1
Okeechobee and Mrs. Gordon Terry .
and son Mathew of Jacksonville were h 1.14 -
last Tuesday,Oct. 12 of Mrs. O. Whs .
guests Health, .ram. vrr.vvmrmiv v ) save 210/0 save 2.00
L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid on il
Mrs. Beasley's birthday. They were Vaseline Intensive Vaseline Pure Petro- :
alt luncheon guests of Mrs. Robert Car Lotion, 15 oz. 99 leum Jelly 15 or..1 88' 77C94: 4 41 fi; 9 7-
Mathews at the Holiday Inn to WAS 3.53..*.... ..A...... 1, WAS 3.02. :.. ? ..?. '5 DISCOUNT. PRICEMEN'S !
t\0.30 f f WERE. 97* 17 94 WERE.5 84 ... ; ,
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QUAKE Q1' CAN Spray., 7.5 oz.,.W/.S 123 Disposable Razor 8119 NYLON S.q HOPSACK
;)41'1 'A. MotOR O' .rom..eart 2.16............\............. Count WAS 2.01,,, MEN'S WOMEN'S .
"and Mrs: W. Weldon of '"011\41 DRESS SOCKS, WORK BOOTS CASUALSGoodear DUTYSLIP-ON
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Bushnell were Saturday overnight- proeS Shave Cr.am.'l1 Light, dark colors.If: welt eon' Slip.on .'or ocfofd. ,Vinyl 'upper. 'crepe">,
guests.' of' Mrs.; Gladys Weldon.) oz,.WAS 1.14..:.... 790 regs. Fits 1013._ truction.>7U-12. Crepe soles. 7-12, soles. Slip-on, 6-,10.- rJ\
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Mr,. and Mrs- ,Ogden Bates of

Jacksonville.Mr;and Mrs.were Robbie weekend Shaller.guests of" When it to don't

;Mr'and Mrs.R. c. Buford and Mrs. comes price we kid around !

Gloria-King visited Mike King InLeesburg r .
on Sunday. Convenient .
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*."Card HallowoatiGift a Decorations to serve you! with no servict charge Cal 984-7313. *;' '312 W,Madlsoa- ,' St.' "\' I

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With Wayne Crlbbs (54) In front of him and Jimmy Schoening (13) (picture Orr's tackle saved a touchdown but the Tornadoes went on to push the ball'. I
. in.the picture at right Tornado tailback Emmett Watkins (32) bolted 38 In for a score before finally succumbing to the visiting Purple Hurricanes--',:>.;

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The Tornadoes of Bradford High the ball .j I.

scored Gainesville 2 touchdowns High varsity against football a stopped GHS Are Colts a Time Bomb ? \

team for the first time ever Friday ark kickoff'V helped the ,
total of- ., .
night but the visiting Hurricanes used :
their methodical offense to stick the 137. '
suit for both ;! "They-look like they're gonna ex-. Friday's Quick Facts .
ball in the endzone four times to beat plode on somebody that's what .
BHS 2813. 3 for a 47 I
scares me. Tornadoes at North Marion
The win Gainesville's 14th straight a 76-yarder Those were the words of BHS assis- Game Site: North Marion kickoff 8' 1
against Bradford in a series dating to boom- tant football coach Mike Hartley as he pm. '
1929 upped the Hurricanes to 4-2,2-1 viewed films of North Marion High's Directions: Go south on US-301; just'; r.
In District 5-AAA while the Tornadoesslid ballcarrier
Colts Monday night. And those words after US-301 and SR-441 merge to one- '.
to and of the district 18 of 24
2-3 out on
with race serve as a pretty good preview of the take a left at a blinking traffic light.:,' :
an 0-2 mark. Ift Colts, who host the Tornadoes Friday Continue down to NMHS on the left'hand f
The Hurricanes four Nate
scoring mar :
night at 8 p.m. at NMHS. side. : ;
ches were long ones-70 yards 79, 68, tackle Steve
North Marion welcomed back some Season records: BHS 2-3 N. Marion,', z
and 76as a ground game led by linebacker
14 starters from last year and expected 1-5. .
Ricky Knight chewed 214 1 (playing
39 runs and quarterback up yards Mike on with to have a solid maybe even Series history: BHS 1 win N. Marion* .,
ballclub in 1982. 2. ,
Steve Spell super
Muschamp was on target on 12 of 18
It hasn't turned out that way. Last meeting: N. Marion won 41-15 In, ...
passes for 134 yards and 3 had a '
Due to to 8L .
touchdowns.Still the injuries some key person-
after spotting GHS a 21-0 lead of the air for a game.....". nell), a rugged schedule, and some rot. '.'
ten luck the Colts have lost S straight Beach (833)and last minute
with less than a half to go the Tor- touchdown. 7
nadoes made a run at the favored BHS forced Gainesville to 24-73 since an opening game win over defeats to Vanguard (13-16) and In,
'Canes. Watkins zigzagged across the 64 Gainesville Eastside. So oddly verness (14-15)( is deceiving. .
S-13-2 enough with that 1-3 record the Colts Of course last year's 41.15scorewas ;
The BHS offense sprang to life Im- yards on the return, : 3'410
will be underdogs in most circles to a little deceiving too, consideringthe
after
mediately a IS yard scoring pass McGriff saving a TD return M
0-0 the 2-3 Tornadoes despite the fact Tornadoes committed suicide by
from Muschamp to Mark McGriff set up shop at the Gainesville ; ;
opened the Gainesville lead up to 21-0 A roughing the quarterback 7 1 7 IS they have just about everybody back'' throwing\ 8 Infe\c\: ptJons.,.,,., j 1
with 10:32: to go in period three., ion a 14. yard completion to I j I 4 It from a team"rlhat"wHlrfped'he'l1ornadoes : .( .... quickness! .t.theynrcomparefavorably ,
The Tornadoes answered with all Allen ''and runs of 9 and 6 *..f fckfc. ) 4MS J.! t"W.....,;.. 2 withf any'11Ady7-wq,, play:'f
yard scoring drive of their own as Watkins pushed BHS to 1st ;; ( ) But BHS coaches say korih.Marion's { head..coach David Hurse says of the ,
quarterback Robert Carver went to from the 4. From there ( ...,(Vwiig.kkk. )kkk) record, which includes Cole ;
the air and combined with Blaine hit 6-oM3 passes for 64 l ( .k.4) losses to two undefeated teams- that number 2 plays (Sebastian ..
Dyal on two passes covering 47 yards. back up top throwing over a (Vow*kkk. ) Ocala Forest ((7-27) and Palatka Moore) they're as quick" in the skill
Three straight Emmett Watkins car- defender to Dyal in the / ... ((1).33)plus a 4A school- Ft. Walton positions as Palatka. ,
ries from a 1st and goal at the 4 situa- endzone as BHS crept Bradford IS 163.car
tion got BHS no closer than the two David Francis' extra point l Gainesville
but on 4th down a little good fortune ed but the gap was cut to Carver,Brad
helped Bradford. 11:28: left in the game.At .
\ : cat
3 is what
Carver rolled and fired a pass at that point the ,Gainesville Helping people
Dyal who was well covered.Painesville's peared to be back in the .
Dwayne Davis deflectedthe despite a listless first half. primaries 0 Y
ball but it bounced straight up But after getting a fortunate 1, Melvin 7-1, Ran Dale i ]
and Watkins plucked the tipped ball on a fumble on the ensuing being a Congressman-,



. BHS Coaches Praise Comeback, But Discouraged- by- "Flatness I

Bradford High coaches were en- the second half comeback and the execution and let them score again but we Oliver Tyson (8 tackles) '"came 3,:.I ray'HOITAsrp"
couraged by the the team rallied
way of the passing game. didn't." HTlV't t :::! 5
back in the second half in Friday'sloss through" at linebacker after being inserted I

to Gainesville but said they were "Robert (Carver) did a good job Sexton said hi front three- Secondary in the coach second Mike half.Hartley said, "I staffed teaching in 1934. It'mproudAIIIi.D. ,', 0"
disappointed in the level of intensity under pressure. He set up and pickedout noseguard Nate (10 tackles h I'
Coley ), his its worst that i like Don '
'w&foy&c&tpini'grssman
group gave performanceof
displayed."We his V
receivers wel'!
Hurse noted and tackles Steve
Spell ((10)) and Dale t'
the as a unit but said corner- ,
year who's concerned about the .
"Having Emmett
Watkins) back Buchanon Fuqua MMM.probterrisin fl
((5) F
"played as good a gameas
just were not fired u you there back Larry Long played his best "
could feel that on the sidelines,"Head as a running threat helps set up you could ask a front three to play. game. education. t '0 0
Coach David Hurse said. "The kids our passing game." Our defensive ends were playing hard '"The basic thing when the ball's 'in ,< ,..t, ,,_".o fw1 Elisabeth JOhn oWZ; ''Jto E
were fired up for Macclenny not at Defensive coach Mike Sexton also but they just aren't physical enoughto the air we're not going to it," Hartleysaid. 1 ,, S a Jennings
all for Palatka and Santa Fe,and they praised the players for not giving up handle what Gainesville was throw- "We just didn't react well to the ''bo w;l I HOIT::>A'IO2DlTOH: :
at and
got excited and pumped up against St. after falling behind 21-0. ing us our linebackers didn'tplay short passes." ,1-Cr ,
Augustine. "We didn't let up" he noted. "That well. Players of the week were: Spell in 1rn.r ). 11 T 1
Then this week we were was evident in that last series wherewe Spell also had a good game blockingand the offensive line Spell and Coley at 21 I: .', If 1 :3 E
flat again. Gainesville's better thanus stopped them on the goal line was named by coach Dick Russell defensive line Long in the defensive ., t ;
but we had a shot at 'em." stand. Even though they made a lot of as the offensive lineman of the week. backfield, and Carver of the offensive "I know Don Fuqua helps .n ?" C. j !.
Hurse did say he was pleased with substitutions we could have laid down Sexton did note that sophomore backs. people because he helped me <."

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1 .a. I'" r,, Roberts 4-0 for Westside Duel
"",t ,V; Music Men O'Steen &
Girls .. ... ,,, ,
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{ -. ) for scores and t combined with
rallied for the upset. A yards
Macclenny last weekend to its ny team nearly
Music Men survived a big scare and up touchdown connection Mike Chandler on an option run TD
O'Steen & Roberts kept rolling along, mark to 3-0 and routed Norman'sFarm last period ='
that went 80 yards.
Shell covering 60 yards ?
Set Sights setting up a battle for first place bet- 58-7 in Starke Sunday to go to from Reed to score. In other play last week the Streaks
the deciding
'' ween the two 4-0 men's flag football 4-0. was ((2.2) and Macclenny Motor Parts

teams Wednesday night, Oct. 20,. at O'Steen & Roberts got past the The defending league champs came ((2-2) both beat the Super Stars ((0-4)) to

8:30: at Westside Field. Streaks Sunday to match that 4-0 back with a vengeance against Nor- stay tied for second place.

mark. man's as Reed caught two touchdown LAO tOOTSAll tTANCHNO
Sunday at 1:30 at the BITS practice '
Record For the Music Men in the win from C.Chandler threw one of Mud.M.N 4-S
of Starke over passes .
fi field Norman's Farm goes and for 0' .I l.b.... 4 .
his to Frazier Bass ran a
,for its first win against the also Motor Parts Chris Chandler tossed own A..wMwy_ I.|

wlnless Super Stars of Macclenny. TD passes to Avery Shell ((60 yards). score. _.Mwy MM.r,.... IIS4
Who: Lady Tornado volleyball team Music Men had to struggle to get James Reed (15), and Leroy Davis Chandler also hit Avery Shell, -'.,....

c& tinued Its> form of not having a a past Macclenny Motor Parts 28-24 in (30), to build a lead but the Macclen- Leroy Davis, and Glen DeSue ((50 wr s- S-4

loC( g streak of more than 1 game this

yfewr as they bounced back from last

loss at Buchholz to beat Live ]Fourth of SeasonIt I

Ik'S improving Middleburg their won-lost at home markto this v DDS 9th Graders Rack Up Victory


9-3 in the process. but Bradford High's9th first on a Clinton Jenkins TD run aftera zone more often. 4 times for 19 yards.
With 4 regular season matches to go wasn't easy The kids The two and 2 kick returns
v racked win number 4 31 yard pass from Long to Billy "It should have been 366. passes
plus at least one in the district tournament of the graders season against up the lone loss to Jackson. But in the 2nd period Clay played hard but if we'd have caughtthe for 72 yards by Long were the bulk of

the girls appear to be a good bet Middleburg with a 12-6 victory at Clay tied the score at 6 and the BHS offensecouldn't ball it'd be alot better" Stevens the Tornado offense.
to break the school record for nsr surge ahead until the final noted. Defensively Long's 7 tackles, 5 by
volleyball wins In a season which is IIIgbTuesdaynlght. minutes."It defensive end Mike Chappell, and 4

ltset by the 1980 team). Best percentage Bradford completed just the 2 each for Lonnie Hamilton and Danny
record for a BHS volleyball team With just a couple of minutes to go led the BUS team. Wendell
: Y Keith Kehoe and Frank was overtime all the way if wehadn't passes out of 14 for 81 yards. On the Manning
is-10-3 (.769) by the 1978 team. quarterback and scored on that pass," noted 9th ground the freshman were held to 78 Shanks added 3 stops, Keith Gill-
: week's wins the Tornado Long combined on a 50-yard pass Parker
Tin last, downs ingham had 2, and Tommy
to
grade coach Rick Stevens. yards but had 8 first Clay's
the BHS freshman the
to
of run play give
girls had an time disposing had 1 each.
easy ballcarrers with and Aaron Mathews
Jenkins! the
Stevens said dropped kept 5. topped
passes
but had all lead and they held on to win.
Oak 15-5 15-1 Monday
Live Jenkins added a fumble recovery.
they could handle before turning back The young Tornadoes had scored the Tornadoes from finding the end- 29 yards on 12 carrels and Kehoe kept

Middleburg 13-15,15-6,15-7 Tuesday. .r

3Middleburg's Broncos had won Just

2 A il14$they matches'coming looked much better in than Tuesdayb that Palatka Shows Junior Varsity Speed Against BHS Sophomores .


against Bradford, forcing long rallieson connected with swift Robert scampered some 85 yards for the
sr night in Palatka. ren
nearly every point. Palatka is loaded.Everybody .
"We could move the ball against Bellamy for a 6-yard scoring pass. touchdown.
first
They edged BHS 15-13 In the knows that's the case
Tornadoes
the
BHS JV coach Rick Stevens The same pair teamed up for a 2potntpass Highlights for
in the but 'em
game and were leading 0-2 second with the Panther varsity team
besides the runningof
it those scores were
the
noted. "The was on defense.We and was 30-8 Palatka at
problem
who have found
but the Tornado girls, the Bradford High sophomores Tony Davis before he injured a
won three of the four 3-game matchesthey've that to be true of the Palatka JV team just couldn't stop them. half.Palatka knee handful of
a completions
added two more scores to pass
involved in this
been year too last week. from Warren to Bellamy and an on-
before the ,
The Panthers scored four lead to 42.8
back to pull the win out.
ipllied
sophomore Willie
Vonda Kay Hall played a The Panthers used a stable of running touchdowns and three 2-point conversions Tornadoes got their second sides kickoff recovery by

>urinating role at the net in the com t backs, and an outstanding option to jump ahead 30-0 but just TD on a surprise attack. Takinga Wright. real hard "
real
'eback. She led BHS to a 12-6 lead indame quarterback to sprint past the Brad- before halftime the Tornadoes got on kickoff Bellamy handed to Patrick "The kids played ,

two with her frontcourt play ford 10th graders 42-14 last Thursday the board as quarterback Barry War- Mills on a reverse return and Mills Stevens The BHS said JV's of the are game now 1-4 heading

after Pat Slocum spike made it
a
af\d
finish
into 3 straight home games to
Hall served the last 2 points fort
1lI,
Mac
the year with Santa Fe Oct. 21,
twin. ,6 Oct. 28 and Clay Nov. 4. All 3
clenny
,
I In three Hall had 3 spikes and
game KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
in Starke.
start at 7
games p.m.
2 inks (soft touches over a defender)

a the net in the opening flurry as BHS

j mped out to leads of 5-0 and 7-1 butt vIsmot CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
t Broncos came back to tie the
REALTY
FLORILAND
s :ore at 77.

BHS regained the momentum asLprraine ,

Bass slammed a winner into SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE 964.7700
t e corner for a 9-7 lead and freshman
Malerie McCloud served 5 straight 393 N. Temple Ave., Starke

pints to take the lead to 147. After r, Verme P. Odom Broker GRIJ.

Fall ripped another spike for side-out D. Odom Jr. Associate 964-5476. Eve

Cindy Strickland served the winning c BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH

p >int. ( ) (AUTO INJURIES)
For the match McCloud had awhopping NECK PAIN NUMBNESS OR PAIN WE NEED LISTINGSON
service whileS LAND AND HOMES
20 points .
HANDSHEADACHES
SHOULDER PAIN IN ARMS OR
ocum had 8, and Hall 6 to go with need of
-"'"r. ON THE JOB INJURIES OLDER 2-STORY home in repairs,
h r 10 spikes and 3 dinks. owner will hold mortgage.
Monday night's win over Live Oaks (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP Approximately 16 Acres in City. Financing

&s an easy one and as such a chance available.

fdr some young girls to play. lr. y PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. lOO'xllS'

Lisa Williams and Jill DeSue both LOT IN HIGHRIDGE ESTATES in Keystone.

gpjt in the match in game two and MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY 100'xl40'.

s rved a point apiece. WOODEN BUILDING nice size lot some
on ,
A High Set...
I McCloud and Hall were the big guns CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED work. Nice home.

I the first game, McCloud serving 6points Pat Slocum (number 10) !Glut N Medlelne.ik FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starkes:
:TIIe Doctor at Twnerravt WM *
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control to set .. '
and Hall serving 4 including 3 uses fingertip a ;, n
? "I WM .I..nll"TIlltCaI'l0l1I11tMum.II." .,._, ;. _. landmark homes.436 Na-W alma .. .
:: tatsrtiT
the front line !ut. $. ?? n "'
.a:ES;apd slamming a spike pass to as. :...: : ,. ,, *,,,,0. YAK-4"UM."' $ ; Gur1 CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom, 2 bath, well
It Was tt -r1>Wk'1Hlf Bass'sMo'vfWg : 'u! teamate l rralni'Bisif Watches --'y'p,., 1t1l>' (I. .," .* 'I, iiimr.ys In Diet Arid to m i Prtvtntlon Of III..... built older home. Has nice yard.

tone 2;; with the drilling 11 ser- from the backcourt T. EDISON 131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken houses, 3,000ft.

v ce points, including 10 in a row and 7 Tuesday road frontage on US-301.
'
a :\\s, and delivering 2 spikes. 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service ''i ACRE to Itt' ACRE LOT: Priced to sell.

Pat Slocum added 2 serves and a Mon. Wed.. & Fri. 8:30 toil & 2 to 6 Tues. & Thur. 8:30 to 1 $2500 to $3350. Terms. $500.00 down, payments

!jjk.for BRS.r for 5 yrs. at 12%.

25 ACRES: With US-301 frontageS .

EATON 473.3604 ACRES: with 476 ft. on US301.
DR. W.C.
IS ACRES Ideal lor lots of shade trees.
r DR. LOUNCTTC EATON HWY. 21 N. : building on.
Good terms

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I N THE CIR't T I COURT> IN RE: The Estate Of: one-cent per gallon tax sought and you art required NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEARINGSTO sons Interested and in itt All ore interested required to persons filewith .
planning
of OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL coordinating
AMYMICHELLE* on certain fuels sold In to serve a copy this WITHIN
FOR BRADFORD ... ... tf the County. The questionto your written objections, A.C. WILLIAMS hot CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CONTINENTALTELEPHONE role court
COUNTY, FLORIDA ;.1HOMAS.. ....Ii1'/': COMPANYOF 10/21 THREE MONTHS OF THE
Itchg
CIVIL DIVISION Deceased appear on the ballot if any, to It on Evelyn D. mode application to the BRADFORD COUNTY THE SOUTHFLORIDAAND FIRST PUBLICATION OF
shall be at follows: Sapp Attorney-ot-Low. Starke Zoning and Planning FLORIDA,
,
CASE NO. 82-413 LEGAL NOTICE THIS NOTICE: (I) all
For the of Petitioner's Board for reclattlfication -
NOTICEOF purpose Attorney ALL OTHERINTERESTED claims, against, the estate
ST PHEN I.. BECKWITH ADMINISTRATION paving and maintaining whose mailing address of the property from CASE CIVIL NO 82-232-CA DIVISION PARTIES The Division of and (2)) any objection| by
roads, operatingtransportation P. O. Box 12967, described below
& and interested
a DOCKET NO.820054-TP Alcoholic Beverages an person to
VI GINIAbltttt'gWITI'4\ : '! H AM! \ Th. administration tyttemt, Gainesville, Florida RIC to R-2A 1.4 ocretlocated ISSUED: 10-1-82 Tobacco hereby announces whom notice was mailed
STATEMORTGAGE
S.Wettmoreland FIRST
and for other b.for.Nov.mb.r .
lawful 32604 on
on
or
purposes
,, of the, estate, of, AMY the preliminary that challenges the
PI tlntiffs ::0
naG 9> irwm\ and St. Southof COMPANY
Bradford County S, 1982
"MICHELLE THOMAS applicant teUcted in the validity of the will, the
NOTICE
; MIN SANTbslr'I\ !ra h cleceated... File Number shall b. authorized to file the original with the Lafayette St., in Section a Florida corporation. given that the It hereby Florida drawing for the qualifications, of the per
6 Plaintiff
additional Clerk of this Court either Township
levy an one- 29.
f62.72.SP.. !I. pending Iqrthe Public Service Commis'Sion available, liquor licensein tonol representative,
cent tax on each gallonof before service on P.11.tioner's South Range 22 East
.Circuit Court for vsWILLIAM Bradford County. Ml. venue or jurisdiction of
will be
E not holding
.Hr. build N. ADDISON
ITHSAN8SGrit1f | motor fuel and special Attorney or Immediately parcel 4183 to aquadriplex. Bieber.
Sandra Elizabeth the
Bradford County, court.
D Lndantdzpnrl fuel sold In Bradford thereafter; a single man JO ANN hearings previously
: ,, ; Florida. Probate Dlvl. scheduled for October Itchg 1021IN ALL CLAIMS AND
In ADDISON.
and taxed under
County otherwise your objectiont This change
NOTICE OF ACTION Ion.. th. address of 25 26 and 27. 1982 inTollahoss. OBJECTIONS NOT SO
the provisions of Chapter will not be heard as classification It subject a single woman;
which It Bradford County ... Florida in THE CIRCUIT COURT FILED WILL BE FOREVER
206 Florida Statutes.Moxie against the relief to a public hearing to beheld FLORIDA BANK
T : FERMIN SANTOS and Courthoute. Starke, Yes No demanded In the Peti on Thursday October AT STARKE; and W.S. the matter of the Petition FOR BRADFORD BARRED.
EilTH SANTOS Florida 32091. The of Continental COUNTY Publication' this
tion. 1982 at 7:30 P. BADCOCK
1
C ilcago.,Illinois. 60651"* the personal representa- Board of ATTORNEY AT LAW In the Starke City Hall onThompson dente the South-Florida for on PROBATE DIVISIONFile tober 21. 1982.
> live and the personal repretentatlve't PertonalRepresentative
Number 81.118.CP
increase in itt rates and
County Commissioners10072tchg 35 N. Main St. Street
NOTIFIED
YOLf,: attorneyare 10/21 P. O. Box 12967 Stark. Florida. At this NOTICE OF SALE charges. Division(1.3359)IN ( )
t to' Complaint to set forth below. Gainesville, Fl 32604 time all persona Interested By Order No. 11197 BillY S. MARTIN

foreclose a mortgages All Interetted per- ((904)373-7046) shall be heard Notice Is hereby issued September 23. RE: ESTATE OF C/0606 W. Madison St.

b..n filed against ton ore required to file NOTICEOF 10/07/tchg 1028I. for or ogointt the proposal given that pursuant to 1982. the Florida Public JIMMY MARTIN P. O. Box 1056

'I u In the above-named with this court. WITHIN INTENTIONTO /, as specified in the the Final Judgement of Service Commission op- DECEASED Starke. Florida 32091
Curt, and you are re- THREE MONTHS OF THE REGISTER and Sole prov.d a Stipulation
I. TERRY VOGT will Zoning Code of the City Foreclosure
q Ired to ..rv. a copy of FIRST PUBLICATION OF FICTITIOUS NAME not be responsible for of Stark., Florida. entered in the cause entered into by all the NOTICEOF Attorney forP."onal
yf ur antwer or pleading THIS NOTICE: ((1) all Pursuant to Section any more debts other Walter Wetteott. pending in the Circuit parties/ to this proceeding ADMINISTRATIONThe Representative
t the Complaint on the claims against the ettote 865.09. Florida Statutes, than Court of the Eighth which settled :
own. Chairman
P aintlff't attorney, and ((2)) any objection by. notice it hereby given my 10/14 4tpd 11/04 Starke Zoning Judicial Circuit in and the rate Increase requestIn administration WM. A. BESSENT. III.
that the
R HARD E. WELTY 954 on Interested person to undersigned Planning Board for Bradford County a just and reasonable or the ettate of JIMMY ESQUIRE
A
T.mpl. Ave", ft O. whom notice was moiled John E, Curies, Jr., Sandra J. D. PARRAMORE will Florida Civil Action No. manner. MARTIN deceased File P. O. Box 1056.

B II 995 Starke. Florida that challenges the M. O'Bront-Johnson not be responsible for pcha 10/21 82.232.CA, the undersigned By Direction of the Number 81-118.CP. it Starke. Florida 32091
3 091. and file the validity of the will,, the James R. O-Bront- any more debts or bill. Clerk will tell the Florida Public Service pending In the Circuit Telephone

Iglnal an.w.r' qualifications of the per Johnson, sole or loint mad. by Meria Lynn Par. CALL FOR BIDS property situated In said Commission this I tt dayof Court for Bradford County ((904)964-7262) or

eading| In the office oft sendrepr.sentativ./ ., owners, doing business ramore. County described at: October, 1982. Florida Probate Division 372.8327
e Clerk of the CircuitCtnirt venue, or |urltdlction of under the firm name of 10/07 4,chg 10/28 Sealed bids will bereceived Lot 7, Block 9 of Steve TribbleCOMMISSION the address of 10/212tchg 10-28
In and for Bradford the court.. American Ultroflight of by the, City
CLERK which I I. P. O. Drawer B,
Cfjunty, Florida,. on or ALL CLAIMS AND Sto"' ., 1640 S. Walnut NOTICEOF Commission of the City, LINCOLN thereof CITY recorded, at per inDeed I tchg 10/21 Starke. Florida 32091 .......
b for. 4 November. OBJECTIONS NOT SO Intends to register said INTENTIONTO of Starke. Florida, at the' plat Th. and addresses
Book 177 of names
1.
1*82. FILED Will BE FOREVER fictitious name under the REGISTER City Hall In Storke. Page NOTICE OF of the personal
the Public Records of
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r cords '0f, Bradford Post Office Box 562 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR .. R. O-Briont- : November 1982 at the. Street Gainesville, CMCk14UJ.

County, Florida.If Keystone Heights, Fl BRADFORD COUNTY. Johnson, sole or joint Unleaded gasoline, Front Door of the Bradford Florida beginning at

you fall to do to; 32656 FLORIDACASE owner*, doing business approximately 40.0OO County Courthouse.Starke. 7:00: P.M. on October 25. Our sales associates
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I Petition. : THE ADOPTION OF S, Walnut.) Intends'' to 1.000 gallons. Request S. BROWN cltliens. elected of. country And we have the

WITNESS myl handolid William J.Quirk PATRICK RAY AARON register said fictitious delivery weekly, above Clerk of th.Circuit Court ficials, consumers of ..,. Ln'h- experience. to help you gel

teal th 27lh defy of 'Clayton Duncan. t RONALD O. AARON nom.':; und.r the quantities: for a ,twelvemonth Bradford County, FloridaBy vice, or other to financing et terms you can
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pt.mber GILBERT; 1982.S. BROWNAS Ireland, FeWer* Godd NOTICE OF ACTION ,Dated this 4th day of The City of SIa"' Deputy Clerk Information and give all .I cltl lives-_ U help find them

CLERK OF SAID P. O.lOll 1090Gainesville October, 1982. -,'" preserves the right to ace interested persons a ; .! ror you

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Cowboys Sweep Past Alach1iijJ; ; IP .rrX' .,



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was a clean sweep Saturday as Mcrae They have been consistent all year ;
Warner the endzone for an easy score.
the Bradford Cowboy Pop
line have matured
for first
make it 80. and a year
to
teams won all three games against booted the extra point quickly and deserve lots of a ,rye
Alachua at Bradford Memorial Late in the 4th quarter Greg Wig very
said after
coaches Saturday'sBig
Stadium. gins, who had an outstanding day with praise
113 yards rushing, led the Cowboys win.
several good carries y Na16
down field with n
The Jr. Midgets stayed unbeaten to set up a second score.After McRae Running backs Reggie Sheffield, J
with a 18-0 win, the Mitey Mites wentto recovered a Bradford fumble Jenkins Jimmy Childers, and Shaun Nicholsall t'
4-1 with a 28-0 victory, and the Pee went over for the score: Again scored on long runs.
Wees celebrated because they got McRae's kick was on target and the Wyatt Collins, the Mitey Mite ;,
their first win of the season by a 19-0 had their 16-0 margin. fullback has blocked for those three
Cowboys
score.The unbeaten Jr. Pee Wees had Backing Wiggins on offese were outstanding backs all season long.

the week off. Timmy Seeley with 43 yards rushing, Coach Rowell considers Collins as the
Bel-
The 4 Cowboy teams play at Greg Edwards with 28, and Jenkins top fullback in Mitey Mite football
Med in Orange Park Saturday. with 27. this year. An example of Collins'

Alachua 0 The Cowboys travel to Bel Med this strength was his ability to rack up 86 ,-
Jr. Midgets 16.
Saturday for a 6 p.m. game. yards up the middle in Saturday'sgame
The Bradford Jr. Midgets survivedan giving his teamates the oppur-
unimpressive first half and wenton Vanity to run outside.
to blank Alachua 16-0 Saturday to "He's our Larry Csonka type," "
stay undefeated with a 4-0-1 mark. Mitey Mites 28 -Alachua 0 coaches say. :

The Cowboy defense once again The Mitey Mites from Bradford up- ..'
dominated the ballgame, keeping ped their record to 4-1 and stayed hot Pee Wees 19 Alachua 0 :
Alachua off the Scoreboard and the on the heels of league-leading Orange Harold Chandler played his first With Blocking Ahead Timmy Seeley Scoots for Cowboys Yardage... .;:
offense -,
the :
Cowboys in the ballgame when Park with this win Saturday at home. game at quarterback for the Pee With teamate Darrin Patterson wiping out one Saturday al Bradford High School.

bogged down. Alachua just got Head coach, Randy Rowell had Wees and was impressive, runningfor Alachua tackler Cowboy Jr. Midget running back TimAlso pictured from the Cowboys Is Greg Wiggins (10) ".'
38 yards rushing as Malachi Jenkins, nothing but praise for both offensiveand 205 yards and all 3 touchdowns, my Seeley (41) has room to run In a 16-0 Pop Warner win and quarterback Cory Strong (10)). *:
Dale Brown Cory
Darrin Patterson, ,
defensive players in this game. ""
Strong, Robbie McRae, and Billy and passing for another 123 yards to t.
Heavner led the tacklers. Leading tacklers on defense were lead the Cowboys to their first vic ::;,
Donald Hill and Timmy Taylor with 7 tory. for 40, threw to Dean for 5, and then Defensively, leading the shutout effort ..''
tackles each. Other outstanding Chandler went 35 yards on a QB ran in from the 15 for the touchdown. was Chandler with 8 tackles (giving .'
The local Jr. Midgets had a couple but tacklers were Clarence Williams, bootleg for Bradford's first score.The Wendell Hudson caught the extra him 70 in 5 games), followed by
of chances to score in the first half call- Mail Traylor, Dale Arnold, Todd Hut- second TD was set up by an interception point pass from Chandler to round out Troy Aaron with 5, Irvin Bl>'e Dean, "
fake return
one TD on a punt was cheson. John Boy Strickland, and Derek Dean ran 35 yards down to the scoring.In M. Jackson, Pittman and Morrow 4;. rM'
and turnovers
ed back on a penalty Mikey Norman. the 12. Chandler took it over from his first game at running back Hudson and Eugene Bl>'e 3. .UvWASuper
ended a couple other threats.In defense. the The offensive line dominated the there on a keeper up the middle.In Greg Pittman banged out 50 yards, Coaches also mentioned that Kelly + \ .,
the 3rd Alachua's period the in the put end- line of scrimmage. The line consistedof the fourth quarter the Cowboysput while Hudson had 50 yards in catches, Hatter played well at noseguard and
rush and on forced punter kick that that Brandon Macomber Doris Hill, together an impressive drive for Stacy Jenkins 20, Dean 48, and Chuck said Saturday's win was by far the Seals
a high .
took zone a Cowboy bounce. Strong was robby Padgett, Lamont Mosley, Dan- the final tally. Chandler threw to Billy Morrow 10 as the Pee Wees totaled best game for the Pee Wees this

waiting on the ball and waltzed into ny Coleman, Chet Little, and Fischer.For Stroud for 28 yards, bootlegged right some 392 yards in offense season. are here.'


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I 11 Runners Record Bests in BHS Home Cross Country RunIt jiggley'eyes Stick-on scenes, rub-on,

decals satin andfoil..1Hallmark ,

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It was a d /of bests for Bradford r Super

High's cross'country teams Tuesdayas Seals are unique
11 out of 12 runners on the BHS
girls and boys teams ran their best collection of stickonfun.

timesof the year on the home course .., x + u See them today!
irv'a trl-meet against Palatka and ;

Gainesville High.In A ?
the girls race that added up to a apy !.
decisive win for the Lady Tornado
runners but the Bradford boys were

running without number 2 and 3 men ,
Richard Warren and Paul McKinney

due to illness and were still relegatedto .
third.
The girls outscored Palatka 26
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points to 45 with GHS having no team -

score. .'
Super 9th grader Monica Vinson of .'
Palatka cruised the Bradford Middle .
School course in 13:38 for 2 miles to

win 2nd,but Pam Bradford Boswell had Linda 4th, DeWitt Michelle in Lady Tornado Distance Runners... '.a 1982-Boys CrQss Country Team:.. -,

Kimutis 5th, Cheryl Bogle 7th, Tammy The BUS girls cross country team for 1982 includes, from left to right The 1982 Tornado cross country team Is: from left to right Calvin Thomas
Mann 8th, and Carol Fussell 10th, Allison Denmark, Carol Fussell.Tammy Mann (rear), Pam Boswell (front, Allen Gonzalez Eddie Tennant Curtis Jones, coach George taper. Richard o 1982 Hallmark Cards. Inc

all in home course best times (see coach George Loper Linda DeWitt Crt'ar), Cheryl Bogle (front), P.Warren, Jeff Powell, and Wade Widener .. .., -- '.. '
meet summary) to outdepth the Pan- Kimutis. and Leslie Simmons. '* Runners not pictured include Paul McKinney and Reggie Johnson. f "


thers.Running exhibition along with the Office

BMS Roadrunners Lawtey Elemen- nant 11th, John Powell 15th Wade The BHS teams will make a rare Tin.MIIT AT IMSCM. iBMSl.' '1147. 181' (;iniu.lli. iHMSi IH 51. la.! Shop
tary School 6th grader Robin Manning Widener 16th, Allen Gonzalez 18th, evening appearance Saturday in the Mm, .....II II BRADFORD:M.2'> Palalka ThnnaaHASIis:5)JV'e JrsNC!.: SIIIIIIIIII.11 JiiluiMin 'HllSiil TIII": UoWninnoii .

clocked a 14:49: time for the 2 and Calvin Thomas rounded out the University of Florida Invitational at 015.31 INlI.) Gainesville'.....' IMM.no.*tram am,.score wlttl, II MllnU lUKdn Sawn, JO: '45. llrnry Cimpir 21\ 24. J.-K JB Hr.mn"" I 110 W. Call Street
miles, which would have placed her scoring in 19th. the UF golf course. The meet, which IPal1 11 38. 21 DfWm BHS) 14 04. 41 BiMKrll. 21 .77 Jason Brim:22 ::11I. M.irviiisli.ivt' 22 17. .J.*.. 964-5764
5th in the girls varsity race. Palatka edged GHS 31-32 for the includes college, club, jr. college, and (BUS) 14.3D. 51 Kimulll, I BUS I 1449. 71 B"Kle(l 24 Vein 09,In Curt:2J: ,.03.Knights Gene; M PINK M, C had il!22.TVmuuil,Trirt_>Purlin
The boys were outgunned by a team win.Bradford. high school races is slated to start at IBHSI) 15:15: 81 Mann IBHSI) 15.19. '10)) Fuiwvll 7 in
I BHS) IS 32.
Palatka team led by individual win- coach George Loper noted :
5pm. ,.
a..drwn. 41r1' Y Robin Manning 14 49. Angel -------------------------------------- -- -- - - - -
ner Roscoe Hill (15:51: for 3 miles) and that the absence of Warren and widener 1C 19 Charmlne Wilkemnn, 17 IS. Christ"!
the GHS Hurricanes carried by run- McKinney kept the boys from show Top Roadrunners were Manning of Harrell 17:39. Jennifer. Brtmn 17:36.:

nerup Steve Wing ((15:59) but the first ing any better in the scoring depart- Lawtey for the girls followed by 7th *.r 4 Tornadoes across the line recorded ment but said "the kids did an ex- grader Angel Widener, and in the BRADFORD 64Indlvtde.l
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wlfiiwf 4 am uli. 11 I RcwciW Hill
their personal bests. cellent job, they're right on BMS 8th Jesse Simmonsand
boys .
grader
'* tPal1 I IS.SI, 41' Jimea iBHSi) It 35. in TcnnantBHSl sincere thanks to who
Curtis Jones was 4th, Eddie Ten- schedule. Thomas Moon. ( 17:38. ISI Powell. IBHSI 18 39. 16i widener everyone

supported my campaign for State

I Falcons a Half Game Up on Dolphins in 10-13 Year Old LeagueHalfway Representative, District 21.


Your hard work and votes
are
through the 10-13( year old the losers Jamey Carver ran For the 49ers Ed Douglas caughttwo Dolphins 21 Bengals 20: The great.
flag football league season the battle for one TD and threw to Link Bishop TD throws from Tommy Balkcom Dolphins came from behind to nip the ly appreciated.
for first place is still! on with the for another, Donnie Francis carted an after running 5 yards for the 1st score. Bengals as quarterback Bo Bishop

Falcons (5-2) leading the Dolphins interception back 23 yards for a score, slung TD passes to Link Bishop Don- It was a honor and a privilege for
(5-3)) by half a game. and Shane Green recorded a safety. Thursday Oct. 14 nie Francis,and Shane Green and ran

Falcons 20 49ers 13: Tommy in the winning extra point. me to be your candidate.
Tuesday Oct. 19 Bengals 30. 49ers 18: The Bengals Balkcom scored on runs of 30 and 11 For the losers Jamie Whitehead
Falcons :37 Dolphins 24: It was a bested the 49ers as Mitch Gray caughtone yards and Derrick Dowdy tallied on a scored on runs of 20 and 7 yards and I appreciate the' opportunity and
high-scoring Shootout at the O.K. cor- TD pass, threw one, and ran for 3-yarder as the Falcons edged the dashed 45 yards on a pass interception -
rail in this ballgame with the Falcons another score. 49ers. for a 3rd TD. experience I gained the
winning on the strength of 2 TD runs Chris Tucker caught a TD pass and ft.nanp W.L through cam

by Mark Marshal and one scoring run ran for one for the winners, and Scoring for the losers were Jimmy ....... HCtalpMnl paign.
each by Tommy Balkcom and Jamie Whitehead was on the throwingend Langley and Mark Strickland on runs 1 1-4 1

Clarence Williams. of a 30 yard score. of 7 and 12 yards. 4*_6,1. It May God bless each. of. you !'

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. Rams Nip Cowboys in Overtime in 6-9 Flag Football ThrillerThe 1 Sincerely Lee DrawdyDiane's .



Rams edged the Cowboys in point. The Rams overtime TD on 4th Wednesday Oct. 13 Sttelers 22 Rams 14: The Steelers
overtime Monday, creating a 2-way down was a 10 yard pass from Booneto Cowboys 13 Bucs 12: The Cowboys celebrated their first victory of the
tie for the league lead between those Raymond Trimble to tie and took a 13-6 halftime lead thanks to TD year on the strength of TD runs by
teams in 6-9 year old flag football. Boone's conversion point won the runs of 45 and 26 yards by Randy Chanda Woods (24 yards), Evan
Meanwhile the Steelers, after losing game. Milton and held on to beat the Bucs. Douglas (3), and Andrew Buie ((18.
their first 5 games,won 2 in a row last Eric Brown had also scored for the Scoring for the losers was Ashley A 28 yard run by Richard Rasnickset

week. losers earlier, while Trimble had 3TD's Alday on TD scampers of 23 and 33 up the Steelers second score and $2250
for the winners. yards. Jeff Carver also scored on a 2.point 1/z price
Monday,Oct. 18
conversion .
pass.
Rams 26 Cowboys 25 (OT): An ex Steele 13 Bucs 12: The Steelers __ -, I 6 6 .t
tra point run by Kevin Boone, who scored on the last play of the game on .::
had already scored 1 TD and passedfor a:3 I yard run by Evan Douglas and An- ;:
2, was the difference Monday as drew Buie ran the extra point in to !
the Rams nipped the Cowboys in over- win the game as the Steelers nipped Trail Rvatauranfc
time. the Bucs. ss

The Cowboys scored in OT on a 10 Buie also had a 41 yard TD scamper US 301 N. Lawtey Florida :-
yard run by Randy Milton, his 3rd TD for the winners while Ashley Alday ::
of the day; but failed to get the extra scored both Buc TD's. r
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Sports Calendarm Charity Race Set o.

.II At Orlando Track Friday and Saturday r

Santa Fa al BHS JV football 001 .
BHS gin"voile)ball at Biker Co. 17:00> Ron Griff of Starke called to let us
know that Orlando =-
Speed World will -'
PAds.,..00t.1I be running a charity E.T, Bracket J,
aIlS vanity football N Marion tl.00)l
race on Oct. 24, a Sunday. -"
I ........l OH n The event is to raise funds BHS craaa-counlry H U. Florida Init.15.00) medical expenses for five-year-old .0.:"
Nova .
.14 Anthony Rosehart.Anthony is the son Appeab"lrogr y .:.'
Scotch fauraoma tourney Country Cub of Dave and Lisa Rosehart, popular Jeremiah Fox .:\ .
Man flat football BItS 11:300Nonnan'6Farm : bracket racvers in the area. He has ::
( v..Super Clan been suffering from Burklttis Lymphoma Good (Dancing Music e i/

7itwIgr;:t1.A II a cancer that is particularly
Clay at BHS girls volleyball(4.00)T..dsvo. mean to children. :l
The family didn't have insurance ... ;f
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Santa Past BK3 .I4 enough to cover the huge sum needed '
glrto vollrjball it 00). B'eiSho
BHS lilt grads football al Kyittm. for his treatment. Racers will be run- 9to5 :
BUS acm country at"..,.. Countyftfef.0rt.lt ning for a $2,600 purse that has been

donated. Top Alcohol Dragsters and Q64-85O2' :
P K.Yoiua at BHS croaa country 14.00) Pro Stocks will also be on hand.Gates Fri. & Sat. !

BHS vanity football.llIucll1\olllS oo) open at 10 a.m. 138 N. WaterStarke:
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A,Special Feature Section Containing I'Informative Item i :- 't BRAD"ORD'o Union, County

B' That' .;Affact Residents of Bradford,. Union)and!Clay; CduntUs"i i"\,"' \belegta 1..(;:'j, mmThe. ; \ TIMES

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,Wilburr': Water's wood chi operation saves energy" promotes]




i good\ :.forest ,management GeorgiaPacific' ; CorporationBy

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Mark Frledlln "The construction business wasn't Waters else," Starke's Wilbur: more,of a chance for I the forest to
BCT Staff Writer looking too good so I figured I'd better says. "The good Lord willing; grow and mature for a longer periodof
: I was able to get into something I really time,"
enjoy.V Our, goal is to thin, about 2,000
., ',i \' The Georgia-Pacific Corporation acres per year and if Wilbur keeps up
'.I' f!,"II (enjoys his new project as well. the pace,he'll be right on that target
: ;,., .I.II.II .Ii Waters employs 13 men from'the by the end of the year;.. Edison said
r "Mhti I I Starke area and a host of unique "Thinning like his men do has a duel
machines in a woodchipping opera, purpose. It is a great source of alter1|
kI Lion on land owned by Georgia-Pacific nate energy and the thinning of the x .r
I i I hear:Palatka. The chips are burned forests is one of the best managementtools
1 by the company at their main lumber. we have here to preserve and A
processing plant, replacing costly make our woodlands healthier"
|fuel oil with a renewable resouce that Water's process consists, of four
will still be available when the last stages. First the trees are selected bya
!drop of crude oil is pumped from the team of forestry experts who move
i ground. into the designated area selecting the
"We consider Wilbur's operation to trees to be cut and the best looking
be one of them most important stepsin healthiest trees to be left to grow.
self-sufficiancy we have ever taken This is one of the most important .
here at Georgia-Pacific," said steps, according to Edison because it -..
Georgia-Pacific's Florida Woodlands acts as a kind of genetic selection procedure :-'
Manager Colin Myerson. "He shouldbe that means that the forests .lf7'f.
I r'- commended for putting a lot of his will keep improving as the years go _. ;
own time and money into a real by because only the best specimensare
pioneering project that no-one really left to grow .
knew for sure would work out as wellas "We are already seeing results r ..
it has when he first started.We .
got from this type of operation in our ':t
were happy to be a part of it." forest management projects,"Edison ...J,. 1
Waters has been operating since said. "Our overall wood quanity and .,
May '82 and he says he has the bugs,, quality has improved dramaticallysince "
just about worked out of the process. we instituted these ..
His men gather and chip the wood on-' procedures."
site on company forest lands for The selection experts also make
transport by company trucks back to detailed records showing exactly
the main plant where it is mixed witha what types of lands they survey
coating of oil and burned in the main records that can prove invaluable in t
boilers. the future when the company goes h iw Q ;$
"They haven't eliminated the oil en- back in to harvest or replant.
tirely," Waters says. "But they sure Another goal of Water's operationwith
don't have to use as much of it as they Georgia-Pacific is to convert a
used to. At 25-35 cents per gallon it good portion of their forest lands from
wasn't much of a problem but at $1.25 what is called the "pulpwood
per gallon or so, people started look- rotation" a period of growth typically '- -
ing for some answers." from 25-28 years to a longer term '
But the chipping and their.use as a growing period of up to 40 years or {llilbttr ,{ (llf.rs and VoriVi-/Viri/iV"i/ donnaaEdison
fuel is only one part of a larger story more, producing larger diameter I
with implications for forestry conservation trees for better lumber production. : mirwy ivoodchippinf ulu'rufiun
W a as well, as GeorgiaPacific'sForest The second stage of Water's opera
Manager Gorman Edison ex tion felling the trees selected to be
gb plained. cut, brings us to one of the most First developed in South Africa by a counters and guides the three
w.a -"We don't just go In and clear-cut remarkable and innovative new "Mr. Bell"no-one( seems to know his wheeled machine down t the roxss nf
large sections of forest in one fell ,machines available in forestry today. first name), the machines were first trees.
a \ swoop," he said.."Wilbur's operationhas Water's specially trained men used for sugarcane harvesting and The tri."heel het-up gives \the
wa ts been carefully designed to thin move into the cutting area in new have been converted for pine trees by operator an amazing amount nf
forest areas to promote even larger bright red machines called "Mor- the Morbark Company of Indiana. mobility as he spins un axis turning
as _. -.t and healthier growth in the trees that Bells" three wheeled cutter- The operator sits in a air-
remain. Larger; more: mature trees .bunchers that are a marvel of power conditioned cab, tightly screened See five
Giant into the wood-chipper i aic
I ja.wstIed trees mean better lumber material and speed and efficiency. against the flying tree limbs he en-




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October 21, 1982
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"Thursday Evenings at the Starke Women's Club"premiers here


"Thursday Evenings at the Starke- 1982 Festival Series will conclude on a Coordinator, "Bradford County is for- available works ranging from as ear in Washington. They have also had All programs begin at 8 p.m. at the.
Women's Club" will be the watchword delightful note 'with the Sidewalk tunate to have these cultural oppor- ly as the Sixteenth Century to the several successful off-Broadway runs Starke Women's Clunb. The performances
for lovers of the fine arts Dance 'in concert on Thursday, tunities usually reserved for larger modern works of today. in New York. are free and open to the
again this Fall as Santa Fe Communi November 18. cities, especially this year in the faceof The Roadside Theatre from The Sidewalk Dance Theatre is a public.
presents the 1982 Fall All performances will be followedby wide cutbacks by this administra- Whitesburg Ky. is a road communitywith modern dance company under the
Festival for the Performing Arts. the popular "Meet the tiono in funding for the arts." no resident theatre. direction of Annie Genung. Since its
Launching the Fall Festival's fifth Performers receptions sponsored by The Brasswind Quintet has Since 1974 they have toured with beginning in 1976, the company has
reason, which includes presentationsof the Starke Women's Club. developed a concert format which their unique style of storytelling been noted for i its freshness and
music, theatre and dance, is the According to Dr. Benard J. McFad- gives the audience a chance to share theatre throughout the nation, in- originality. Sidewalk's repertory Is -'
Brasswind Quintet a contemporary den, Santa Fe College Starke Center their enjoyment of the performence, cluding performances at the Lincoln extremely varied with wide audience I ,kt) W ytl"ttCrt'pe'Clng" ;
version of the more traditional brass rather that to merely observe it, To Center for the Performing Arts, and appeal, using music from Sousa to
quintet. The Brasswind will be achieve this goal, the Quintet hasp at the Festival of American Folklife Schumann. ; '

featured in the Thursday opener of :
this year's free-to-the-public cultural Bradford Pecan Auction
series at 8 p.m., October 21. beginsAccording
On Thursday, November 4, the .1. '.
Roadside Theatre will present "4.''h'" The Bradford County State to Bob Allen, market
RedFox-Second Hanging, an exciting Farmer's Market Pecan Auction will manager, the crop is not as good as
and authentic mountain tale of a U.S. have its first sale of the season first thought. A good crop set but
Marshall hanged in 1893 for the am- November 4. didn't all mature said Allen.
bush murder of a moonshiner. The Pecans must be weighed in between Growers are asked not to put
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8 a.m. and noon with the sale beginn- pecans in plastic trash bags or paper .--
Bradford ing at 1 p.m.market. bags. The same variety shooli be -r-
bagged separately so they can be '
A fee of .01 cent per poundto weighed together saving time. 1. \
both grower and buyer will be All cash buyers (except the ones HAVE YOU HESITATED?
Health FairSaturday charged on all pecans handled. licensed and bonded must put up a$25
Buyers must be licensed and bondedby cash deposit,which will be credited to Have you been hesitant about
the Florida Department of their purchase. purchasing carpet because you
Agriculture or pay cash. Grower'schecks Pecan sales are scheduled for every have beautiful hardwood
be
-- to mailed the Monday other Thursday. These dates could floors? Don't be. Properly in-
the
following sale.
change due to supply and demand. stalled carpet will not mar the

The Third Annual Bradford County -- finish of your floors, and you
Health Fair will be held October 23 at EI Decorated Cookies, Cakes can always make the switch
the Bradford County Fair Grounds. back to hardwood if you lire of
There is no admission charge to this Be Cupcakes for carpets.But .
successful! event and the public is we seriously doubt that
Hflrome to attend. -,; HalloweenPastry you will want to switch after

There will be free screening offeredat trying carpet in your home.
different booths at the Fair in- Goodies $Y (ff@ Carpet is so luxurious, and
c,' ling ones for diabetics, pulmonaryr' ; plush that it makes you feel Iik('
x-ks, hearing tests, blood pressure Gobbfin' : a millionaire, even if you
nr glaucoma. .= aren't. And, even more important
'"here will be a haunted house set up Shop h. is the fact that carpets are
f> kids of all ages, a baking contest cleaned. Just
so easily vacuum
t>. inning at 1.1:30: p.m., pony: rides 138 E. Call 964-5890 c:& weekly, and clean with a foam
aivf petting zoo, a greased pig con- :
t, t, which is always one of the most cleaner about every six mon-
popular events with the younger set
and a "Great Pumpkin Contest" for Jaycees set Bike-A- Than M.D. ths.Why don't you make the
elementary age children. Mark L. Abramson, change to carpet today Comein
and look over our vast selection -
Elementary school children will bebusy Starke Jaycees will sponsor a bike- a-thon. Also, riders collecting $25 or UROLOGY of colorful carpets.
the week before the contest a-thon on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 9 more will receive an official bike-a-
designing and carving their best pumpkin a.m. to 1 p.m. to support cystic thon T-shirt. (Male & Female Kidney, Bladder & Prostate Problems) Teal Tile
creations for at the
judging fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis affects the and
lungs
show. Judging time has beeen set for The bike-a-thon will start in front of & Carpet
digestive system and is the numberone Will Now Be Seeing Patients At
13Qpm. Bradford County Hospital on SR-230, genetic killer of children in our
proceeding one mile east to CR-230-A country today A child with cystic Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30.11 am 131 N. Cherry St.
There will be many other booths set and return to the hospital. This will bea fibrosis is born five hours in the Starke Florida
up at the fair as well,including games two mile course. United States. every Please see your physican for referral or call 964-6000 ,
and activities. The cystic fibrosis foundation will Children with cystic fibrosis must 9647423rt :
Tickets will be on sale at Bradford provide grand prizes to the top three undergo special therapy daily to keep
County Hospital the week before the participants who collect the most their lungs clear. They must also take
show and at the gate for a fish fry.
money state-wide for cystic fibrosis. medication with each meal to help
1 ickets for this complete meal are set First prize is a 19 inch color televi- digestion and ward off lung infection.
at $3. Hamburgers and hotdogs will sion set; second prize is a 12 inch All kids 'and bike enthusiasts are j;
also be on sale by the Hospital Ladies black and white television set, and welcome to join the cystic fibrosis Bradford CountyInvites
Auxiliary at the fairgrounds.For third prize is an AM/FM digital clock bike-a-thon Oct.
Saturday 23 at 9a.m.
further information contact radio. For additional information contact i T'c:. You To Their 3rd
Carnival Committee Chairman Terry Local prizes, donated by local mer- Raymond M. Hunt at 964-S3S6. I
Freeh at the Hospital. chants, will be awarded at each bike- Annual Community

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Modern technology, skilled personel are the keys to woodchippingFrom



really adapted well My most ex hs hut tit'can really move around and flurry without hurting any of the tree This is the third stage of the process to back It up.
page one erlenced operator has )jv; rows get the work done in *u area in a that are left." which Waters and his men call "We owe a great deal to Mr Waters
on a virtual dime and selects trees to __ _... __ "skidding." The skidders grasp large for taking what we think is a bold step
hf rut in the middle of others to be left L piles of the cut trees and drag them for both energy conservation and"
to down specially prepared lumber sound forest management practices,
grow paths through the still! growing treesto Myerson said. "He accepted the
The lightness and agility of the Mor- the chipping machine, which ia the challenge of making a first-time project
Bells gives the advantage of being fourth and final stage of the process work on a practical level and
able to be very selective about the I that occurs on site in the woods. we've been very pleased with the
trees we cut and the trees we leave," p I' The chipper is mounted astride a results so far."
Waters says "The machines are so huge tractor trailer with an operator "I was just glad I was able to hire
light and maneuverable they don't do perched in a cab on top guiding the men from Starke and give them some
near the damage to other trees that trees through huge serated metal work," Water's said. "These Mor-
the old, _larger Harvesting machines jaws that grind the trees into chips. A Bells are probably the first real Innovation
used to do. This is very Important in blower blasts them into the waiting in forestry equipment since
,the prevention of diseases and the trucks, which simply pull into the site, the chamsaw. They made this project
; overall growth rate of the tree." load up and drive on to the waiting possible and I have a bunch of hard

j The Mor-Bells, which cost a little boiler at the company's main process working men who make it go."

: over $40,000 each, are very light and Pt ing plant.
.:. are a marvel of efficiency, using just Water's men collect some 25 tons of
over eight gallons of diesel fuel for its chips from a typical acre and move Pressure Washing
three cylinder engine per day. through around 40 acres of forest per Mobile Homes
week. Waters is operating this projectas ,
"Eight gallons of fuel per day for an independent business, and has Houses Boats etc.
,
any type of heavy machinery is fantastic sunk quite a bit of capitol into the project -
Waters said. "But the which, when he started was justa 473.4165
machines also have a very low ground t theory with no practical experience
pressure so they protect the sensitive Free Estimates
root systems of the tree we are leaving -
: to grow"

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The Mor.Bells use a hydralically-
controlled blade system to clip off
; trees of up to 20" in diameter. The FALL SALE !
; machines snip off tree trunks with a

single,. efficient swipe, then pick up
two to three trees at a time and hustle ,I
: them over to vertical stackes where, f I -
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: another heavy machine comes .into -
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.; action."My men didn't have any training I Quasar

: on these machines when we started Barry Hartley selects trees for cutting I : CDl.DI Tr : -r
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,: out, Waters says. "But they have ii

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Dollar Stores, Inc., a discount Dynabnte II Picture Tube
store chain operating in ten Martin DELUXE COOL

southeastern states, has reported the CABINET INVENTED HEATER
opening of 12 new stores since the
{ J Lifetime, Pofcelom FinnhCorrosion .
beginning of its fiscal year on Sept. 1. retittont'oluminued IIHI l

Ti 1982.The stores were opened in six states /I interior.Coit.iron.
$ VA t ranging from West Virginia to with lifetime guaroni.e.x198
j Mississippi, with five of the stores be- e Number 1 Safety pilot
ing located in Mississippi. Two addi- e In long life standard equipment 20,000 BTU
tional stores are scheduled to opei e Fewer repairs, INCLUDES NORMAL INSTALLATION
; before the end of this month. Excepfor
e Lower
the acquisition of the leases on *'
stores in March, 1979, the opening t repair costs
14 stores in September represent tfc OTHER HEATER MODELS

4; 'f IIH largest number of store openirgs i $ o PRICED From S1OO

anyone month in the company'
23-year history.
The September store opening OFF USE GAS AND SAVE
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follow the successful completion < 30 TO 50% COMPARED
ears qwr, na Family Dollar's store expansion program MajAag
for the fiscal year ended Augus Automatic Washer TO ELECTRIC HEATBUY

31, 1982, when 74 stores were added tr
the rapidly growing chain.In .
commenting on the new store
openings, Lewis E. Levine, President, Np\v Filling 20 Lb X..P; tanks
stated that the addition ot 14 stores in
September gives the company a good I ttr W. MadisonSt; Office in Stark
''start on its fiscal 1983 store expansion
plans He added .that.ln' fiscal 1983 oft-frri/fr-s.. : $at12 NoprV
*Family Dollar Is expected to opei, at
least as many new stores as the 74
stores opened in the last fiscal year.
Family Dollar Stores, Inc., currently
operates 541 discount stores locatedin QUALITY BUY SAWYER
'. North Carolina, South Carolina,
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Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, West .
Florida, Alabama Ken-
Virginia, ram.w
.' Water's men repair one of the Mor-llells tucky and Mississippi. With the
accouncement of thrid
'- .--.-.- ---.- previous
quarter results, the company now has GAS & APPLIANCES
reported 28 consecutive quarters of
record sales and earnings on a com-
I L Small business workshop begins parable basis. STARKE 964.7701 332 W. MADISON
Family Dollar Stores, Inc. operates" .
:If......,. a store in Starke, located on South '.,'" ., ,. '" .. .. .. .. I
;j;i. <* ,,IheABC'b fonBtlsinesssuccess, a that lead to success by Charles Dalton was nominated Small Businessman of Walnut Street "
':::i 'workshop for small businessi.'Tvill beheld ,owner of Burger King Restaurantin Area for 1981, and Hugh Mathews of
il on Jour successive Mondays at 7 Gainesville, and Earl Russell, Mathews Systems, Inc,heating, cool- Available In All TG&Y Stores
JR rf.banning' Nov, 1 on the fourth' .retired operator of Russell Paint ing systems. 2) Small Business Join C'airol'sItems' October 21.24
_6. floor oLThe First'Eederar Sa P s-It.* ..Stores.r Administration What it is, what it
.;::. Loan CoTat t 2815 NW nth" St. in "' Nov.. 22: 1) Making business decisions can do for you, by Fred Bethea, Loan
1ft Gainesville! that lead to success continued, Department, Small Business Ad- Fall" Fashion Fling !
Jf.Thifceininar: presented by by Dean Davis, owner/operator of ministration, Jacksonville. Questionand
SCOHK'an; agency ofMhe' STnallX. Davis Auto Parts, High Springs who answer session.
G Business Administration, will consist _
o1(lectures:, : ;'demonstrations and questions .-----------------------,
l lI la
<<, and answer periods conducte4 I nMissOalrol-' >
V; by professionals in various fields:
Reservations may be made by I FREE FREE FREED
phoning SCORE at 375.8278 and also I
t at.heor The fee Is $5 ,per:person /1
Kir for an of the sessions
Purpose of ,the four sessions set
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;'< Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22 Is to give small D
;_"- business people the latest information
in:;: about organizing and operating a p
Jj-3, business. Local businessmen; will give b

::-.:: business.the ABC's of success .in operating a 2.22 3.09 1.95 2.17

_v Major topics will be: Miss Clalrol Creme ForMiss Clalrol Shampoo Clalrol Final Net Long Clairol Final Net Concentrated -
ti Nov. 1: 1) Legal Aspects of going mula Covers gray completely Formula Halrcolor With lasting hold for a natural' for lasting hold
-r.into and/or operating a business by With All Tho Trimmings color-hold conditioning look. 8 oz aerosol' 8 01 non-aerosol
:; : Charles I. Holden, attorney in estate, r-------------------,
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.Cambridge liquid diet plan finding new adh erents locally ,''j" ,


"min 1 i-meal"or side dish is added
ByMarkFriedlln tion'1 or fasting without the harmful lions, stroke, kidney disease research: leading} formula, according -' calorie "blocks" are added to maintain another week'Of' "weight-watching.for"
effects,according to Tuskey is made diabetes, gout or chronic: infections to Tusk y. was {provide a I the proper(dietary balance., Other"food blocks. from
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74 'II -"';t o>.:d ;.T: -t. primary tissue loss in the body would servings( each day at 330 calories to 100 calories can or sub
New plans to help people lose be the fatty.tissue and not the lean each Iwo( 400-caloriemeals, are first tracted. untH the appropriate.daily
come and go but one which has total caloric Intake. calorie count: to maintain the desired,
muscles, the protein built tissue thatis added for a daily
the and gained popularity recentlyis individual this. weight is acheived.
vital to the body of 1130. The stays on
is Cambridge Diet Plan. while For further information about the
According to. Tuskey, the precise program for a week keeping
asked Starke's Cambridge proportions'' of the. Cambridge :for trackof, her,,or,,her weight If, weight plan call Mrs. Doris :Tuskey at
representative Doris Tuskey to tell mula provide this balance'and in addition loss' continues one ,,,220 calorie 964-4084.
the diet and she
about plan
us more
,the amount of carbohydrates Is.

filled The us Cambrige in on' the Diet details.was developedby ) ii: exactly protein what and is fats needed of ther to metabolizethe formula so
a team' nutritionists at Cam- iilL11 BONUSSPECIAL
bridge University under the directionof that the fat body to can meet then its store additional any unwanted j:
Alan PhD. The search
Dr. Howard
needs. Some of the "extra
for diet that would the energy
a liquid help
benefits" of the formula reported include
body loose weight without sacrificing and a lower cholesteral level in the
vital nutrients took "over eight '
blood after the plan
going on
half according to Tuskey.
years" After the initial desired weight loss
"The trick was to come up with
something that would taste good and is acheived. Tuskey recommends going .
essential on the Cambridge "long-term
the body with
provide
nutrition plan" to maintain the best
nutrients at the same time. Tuskey
says. "I have been on the plan now for possible weight level.
some time and I have never felt betteras "During the course of the ,maximum .. .
/ weight loss program the plan
far as my overall health and
for two "maintenance
provides -1
weight.The Involves going on a total liquid meals" of 800 calories per day,which
plan
diet for a period of up to two Ih$1? $ are placed between four-week periodsof
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weeks.flavored The powders liquid of the Cambridge ; W "The Cambridge mixture continuesto Ililliiilllillll IIII IIIIIU(

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mixture and mixed as drinks and as 'f'"I serve a vital purpose once regular I I
Caloric intake Is cut back as eating is established. The guess work
soups. Illhiiij
the dieter looses weight and then .IN 'w. over providing needed nutrients is I o ( ,IHhIllllIIIIie ( (
gradual steps are taken back to nor- ..; If there what is needed aftre that is ct.
long term plan to keep the dieter on a i r /
mal eating habits in stages,adjustingto
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the individual's desired weight steady course. Carrier
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loss.An important part of the plan involves menu of a variety of main dishes, appetizers r rtl
counseling by an approved Doris Tuskeywith and side dishes that em-
counselor Mrs. Tuskey is one, to help phasize the proper balance of, ,
the dieter during the course of the 100 pervent of the RDA required should diet only under strict medical nutrients. As a person adds traditional -r a s eS
plan. Most of the counselors have ex- vitamins and 75 percent of required supervision. foods back to their diets the introduction .
perienced weight loss themselves and protein levels. These nutrients are One of the major goals in the of 50. 100, 200 and 400 s

can help the dieter in the first difficult ly mixed 330 calories into a formula and has that been contains on- .... .-. ... ... ... .. ... ...... .. ....". ... .... ... ,. ,,, ..
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average person i:
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lose anywhere from 16 to 20 pounds in Tuskey emphasized that the adviceof ; 1 / I'' / 1 / 11 1 1
a four week period. physcians should be sought before ; .; "' '
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FUQUA'S RECORD





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AUTOMATIC PAY RAISE .

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Fuqua's Claim: "This bill, HR 2559 relates to Coast Guard authorization." The Documented Truth: HR 2559 was passed on June 3WI91ao to 21 J

I This bill gave Congressman an automatic annual l pay raise Mr. Fuqua cast the decidi

vote. While American families were being asked to tighten their belts.$CongresS'tTa's beir

greedy with our taxdollars. M. H-il If* d tam

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SPECIAL TAX I
LOOPHOLES rhrlt ,;iup

Fuqua's-;:; Claim: "It was slipped in there. Many people were unaware that this had been slip The Documented Truth: On December 16. 1981. Congress .:c 1 J
passed a bill
ped in there. (HR,5159)) thai; ,
created a special l tax loophole for congressman only. The bill was debated openly before I ll
I was voted on. No one could not have known( that the bill would effectively'exempt' conareii

sional l salaries (of over $60,000)) from Income taxes. -)'/ U volad W!"



TAXPAYER FUNDED ABORTIONFuqua's


Claim: "I have always voted against abortion. Personally I do not believe in abor The Documented Truth: Mr. Fuqua has consistently
supported the of
lion: use your t tax dollars
to HR pay 12929 for abortion((10/12/78)on). demand. Examples ere: HR 7555 ((10/13/77). ); HJR 662.((12/6/77). ).' and.

The people that represent the Pro-Life group in Tallahassee have been very pleased with.

my votes on abortion "Mr. Fuqua votes for a liberalized version of tax funding of abortion. Of course this is

I very pleasing to the Florida Right-to-Life Committee: Jean Doyle Vice'President not.

National Right-to-Life Committee ((12/14/82)'

FETAL EXPERIMENTATION '


work Fuqua's on fetuses Claim::"I. voted against that amendment that would have permitted experimental The Documented Truth: On April 25.. 1974. Mr; Fuqua voted on the Roncallo'Amendmen('.

I to permit. laboratory experimentation on live aborted fetuses ....
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"It is the making of a new Frankenstein. These people cut the heads off living human'

fetuses while they still had a ,heartbeat New York Congressman > ',

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I good government Claim: "I"have always believed that.morality" and integrity are the keystones of The Documented Truth: Congressman Charles. Diggs of Detroit admitted that he padded hi Jft
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office payroll! and accepted kickbacks from employees. He stole more than 40000 from

I the taxpayers and was convicted on more than 20 felony criminal charges. On'July 3D,' .
1979. Mr. Fuqua voted to allow Congressman Di9.1S; to keep his seat in the House ofr i

'. Representatives. Mr. Fuqua also voted (on June 27,1979))to allow government CETA. fundS?
'" to go to criminals. '
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," Starke Police Eva J. Carter withdrew her plea of Accident On CR-100

rri s Solve T Blyd Theft not guilty of driving while intoxicatedand Gladys W. Sellars of Starke was
was fined $519 and placed on 180 cited for failure to yield turning left in
m The theft of the 1982 Thunderbird' days probation. Carter license is an accident on SR-100 Oct. 14.
t: which' was stolen Oct. 11 and revolked for five years and she must Isaiah Petteway of Starke. drivinga
:) recovered Oct. 12 in Starke by In satisfy 50 hours of community ser 1982 Chevrolet pickup truck was
vestigator Steve Backus has been vice. northbound on SR-100( when Sellars,
solved with. ,at least two arrests ex- driving a 1974 GMC van, turned left in
14 pected. The sentence of fifty-hours community front of him. Sellars was turning into
The occupant of the vehicle fled service is under the direction the Handy-Way store and was struckin
when he was spotted by Backus Oct. of the Salvation Army.Their program the right rear by the pickup. M7 -r
12 leading city and county authorities Includes service to any organization Damage to the pickup was $1,500. )
,, and dogs from RMC on a hot, dirty or church group in the community.The Damage to the van was $800, accor- 4
I -1 and wet chase in the Alligator Creek time maybe cut to 25 hours of ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Swingline 747
area that lasted most of the after- community service if one pint of bloodis s
noon. The car-thief was not apprehended donated to a blood bank or hospital,
and no arrests were made according to Judge Pierce. Man Charged Desk Stapler
despite the efforts of all involved. NewSJightlyDented
With AccidentJames
Following an investigation at least 1 e 747 Stapler
%r two arrests will be made. There Johnson of Jacksonville was
maybe additional arrests, according Man SentencedFor cited for following too closely in an ac- 2 Boxes ST-4 Staples Hon Desk
to Backus. cident in Starke Oct. 11.
Obscene Calls Linda Westfall Mosley driving a 1- #100 Staple Remover

Cyclist Hurt Floyd Elliot Roberts, 27, changed 1917 Plymouth stationwagon, had Reg. $30.00 New $312.00
In AccidentAllen Ills plea and was sentenced in Brad- stopped to make a left turn when her
ford County Court Sept. 20 to 30 days vehicle was struck by a truck driven $ 0 0
Dale Clemens, 27, of Starke in jail on each count for making by Johnson. $ 30 2 0 8
was injured when his 1981 Harley obscene phone calls to a Starke resi Damage to the 1982 Mack truck was 2 5 Sale
Davidson motorcycle overturned on dent. The sentences. will run con- $50. The stationwagon was totaled, Special 4.
|;,;l! ps- of Oct. 16. secutively.The according to Lt. Lane Sibley. i'i'
Sili Clemons was taken to Bradford obscene phone calls were madein :
i! County Hospital by Rescue 60. of his year. Roberts was also Flim-Flam Man o i"L" '.'- \
May ;. .
Clemons suffered fractures ;." ,
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lit fined$75 b&Judge George Pierce. Grand Theft ."
Charged ..::: grlr e thwh jXt
i! and was transferred to Alachua ..: _) ry .
|!$!i General Hospital. Ronald Wesley Cam of Starke was ,,,,,. ..'.
Clemons' motorcycle ran off the arrested and charged with grand f' ;
|j|!i. roadway and out of control after he Deer Causes theft after he took U.S. currency with f. ,. : !)
i |; struck a bump on US-301. The motor- the promise he would deliver guns for fi
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Ill' cycle overturned end-over-end, ejecting Accident the money. : ( .\::
sw. the driver before it came to. rest Wayne Edward Douglas,47,drivinga Oct. 14 Carn told Paul Bednar, Jr. .g ... (( 'J
32 some 200 feet off the roadway. 1981 Mercury,3 miles west of Starkeon he had two Browning automatic t r
re? Damage to the motorcycle was CR-225 hit a deer that ran into the shotguns in hock for $200 and if Bed-
wU $2,000, according to Trooper J. H. path of his vehicle October 15. nar would give him$250 he could have RECEIVE FREE A C40 M3-1800

.; 3SS Horler. Damage to the Mercury was $200, Cam left '
for the Boston Elec.
with the money
to Wm Abrams.
: according Trooper Tape Dispenser
Traffic Violators guns and never returned, accordingto
Receive Sentence Investigator Steve Backus. When PENCILSHARPENERS
buy
Following an investigation Cam' you
Traffic violators appearing before was arrested for grand theft. Cam
Judge George Pierce in Bradford News of Record said he did not have a shotgun. 12 rolls of Tape
County Traffic Court received the County Judges' Office Bond was set at $2,000 for Cam. He
following sentencing Sept. 20. was released on bond from Bradford $ 2595
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There was more activity in the County jail.Starke. $ Special "
Lois Wilson Griffis, charged with Bradford County Judges' Office dur- 3/4"/ O I .'';.1,.
driving while intoxicated was ing the month of September than dur- Man ArrestedIn .t:;.:,
-- sentenced to 50 hours of community ing the past four years, according to Majik Robbery I ....p. .!...,..'.
service, and was fined $549. Griffis Deputy Clerk Betty Ann Phillips. ': '...
. was placed on 180 days probations Fines for traffic violations were Douglas Elwood Wilkins 19, of ,;""\" :. >
: f'\ and must attend driving improvement paid directly in the office for 611 viola- Starke was arrested and charged with ....,..'.!- 7f}..",'.' '.
school. Her driver's license was tions. Of these 611 fines paldb322 of armed robbery of the Majik Mart on :
t suspended for 5 years. the citations were the SR-100 and Orange St. in Starke. :? ,,,w.,
Florida Highway Patrol. Starke city According to the clerk a man
William George Daley,plead guilty police issued 103 citations and Lawtey entered the store at 605 W. MadisonSt.
and was sentenced to attend driving police issued 184. Hampton and early Sunday morning with a
improvement school and a fine of Brooker each issued one citation.An paper bag over his right arm and The Finest in Home Decorations Hallmark
: :lpLl $279. Daley's driver's license is additional 151 people went demanded the money in the cash
f\1( 'i i Ul1f suspended for 90 days. before traffic! the violation.judge for a hearing on their gave register.him The the clerk money.fearing for her life Cards, Party Good, Decorations, Halloween Buttons

I Donald Thomas Edmark was fined 754 new cases of traffic violationswere The clerk gave a complete iden- Ceramic Pumpkins Ghosts Witches
$276, placed on 180 days probationand filed during the month. These tification of the man to the police and ,
must attend driving improve- violations included unlawful speed, Wilkins was later taken into custody.The Only from the
}, ment school for driving while intox having no tag or having an expired clerk postively identified Wilkinsas
\ icated. Edmark's license was tag the man who robbed her accordingto THE OFFICE SHOP
suspended for six months and he must Thirty-seven people were sent to Investigator Steve Backus.
, .q,%.' complete 50 hours of community ser driving improvement school by Judge Bond was set at $5,000 and Wilkins
/ vice.. George Pierce. remains in the Bradford County jail. 110 W. Call St. Starke 9645764r.Yb4h1

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HeTe's Pan Interesting exercise you can do By the way, in order to make sure our cam =""-

quickly that will help you know which of the paign isn't accused of misstating Mr. Fuqua's '

1- two candidates for Congress you agree with positions, we've included the actual votes or ,,.. t.

the most. independent source to document each of his fr
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stands.
Just fill in, your response to the questions _" III
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13 v own.didates' stands while you are. marking your VOTE MCNEIL FUQUA




.. Should your congressman have voted for ((1)) an automatic pay raise, (HR 2559.
:. i and((2))special tax l loopholes for congressmen only,while((3))excluding NO] YES J HR 5179.s. .
e himself and other congressmen from Social Security taxes HR 9346)


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: t. 2 Should your congressman have voted for local control of public YES NO .

f e education (HR 2444)
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4 deficits and increases in the national debt, which are the direct I NO J YES SCR 92.HR ::.

>: .. cause of inflation and high Interest rates? j, 5369)


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;:i 5 Should your congressman have supported a balanced budget based YES NO <

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I ArrestedOn Accident Lake CityThe State Attorney Gene Whitworth is and Williams each received 30 year consecutively v" th counts one and
, of Kingsley asking Florida to Fight Back by Hickey Elijah Gainey, Issac sentences with a mandatory 3 years two,
;::, Forgery ChargesA Prescott family Saturday night voting yes on Nov. 2 for Amendment Williams and Bruce Robinson were time to be served.

Lake Geneva man 18 year old when Lake their were vehicle Injured was struck broad' and Amendment 3. : sentenced October 12 before Judge Lyons is currently serving 40 years
arrested on Oct. Amendment 2 will end Jhe'advantage Wayne Carlisle in Bradford County at FSP for 2nd degree murder from
Robert
Ray King was side in Lake City. ', sentenced'to
Inmate, Hobby Lyons was
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in the County Prescott and Florida's restffctlv evidence; Duval County and a consecutive four
13 and was placed Clay Marshall Vaughn '
The three men were involved! < In a 15 years for aggravated battery
to defendants
rule and
now gives Bradford Countyfor
Jail where he remains on a $1,502 daughter Donna were taken by for arrest year sentence from
series of armed robberies which occurred and M) days resisting
allow courts to receive the
our truth of by a
blanket bond. Lake Shore Hospital in possession a weapon
Rescue to
i and Februaryin without offering to do violence. The
during January
:' King was charged with one count of Lake City then transported by Stat- about national criminal standards acitivity followed according to Bradford County. All were found sentence for count one and two will prisoner.New .
forgery, in addition to charges of Flight to Baptist Hospital Jackson-- of states.Amendment. by a majority guilty of robbery while armed with a
and theft. the 11:45 acci-
burglary grand ville following : p.m.
firearm .
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letter stolen Oct. 12 from the mail Donna, 17, who was asleep in the our courts the authority to deny bail
check neck and to offenders considered dangerous to ((904)4734961)
which contained a personal back seat, received spinal Home
made out to( Melrose resident injuries and remains in intensivecare. the community or likely to flee trial, Easy To Ca tchHhu.'gill Additions
Kathleen Culver that King apparentlytried The doctors cannot tell the extent and to release without bail those Bays Remodeling
to cash. of her Injuries, due to swelling, charged with minor crimes who PAINTING
The burglary and grand theft said her father. She does have some would otherwise await trial in our PRESSURE WASHING
overcrowded Jails at public The most sought( after game fish I in
charges are the result of an ongoing feeling and is in good spirit. expense
investigation from( February when Vaughn Prescott was also admit- according to Whitworth.Last Florida is also the easiest to catch KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC.
William Clyde Pylas,Jr.,also of Lake ted, he was treated for cuts about the year more than 816,000 crimes The bluegill,a smaller (cousin of the REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Geneva, reported his car being stripped face. He was released Tuesday from were committed in Florida. That's a largemouth bass, readily takes }Jive
of tires and parts valued at$1,000, Baptist Hospital. crime every 39 seconds, a violent worms, crickets small spinner baits ROOFING INSULATIONJim
while it was parked in his carport. Rachel received a bump on her crime every 5.4 minutes,a rape every and has even been taken on bread 440 Lawrence Blvd.
According to Clay County In- head and was not hospitalized.Isaiah hour and a half Most Floridians con dough balls. Powell
vestigating Officer Gary Newman, Coker of Lake City was citedin sider law enforcement the state's top "The species gets its name from the President Keystone Hgts.Fl 32656
other charges against King are for- the accident for violation of the priority, yet our criminal justice dark blue coloration of its gill cover .... tttttttiiitttttitttrrttr**** !
thcoming from Putnam and Alachua right of way, according to Trooper R. system is shackled br.a rule of and ear flaps. The adults usually
counties regarding thefts and A. Wilson. evidence thut makes it easier for reach 9-10 inches in length and
burglaries. Coker driving a 1975 Audi, was nor- criminal defendants to escape trial average weighing approximately. 3/4
thbound on SR-10A. Prescott was and by a law that makes decisions on of a pound," said Jerry Krummnch,
eastbound on SR-100, driving a 1965 bail-even for dangerous offenders-a fisheries biologist,
Fender BendersIn Ford. question of money, not safety of the "The state record bluegill weighed "' Multi Mile
Starke Area As Prescott's vehicle entered the intersection community or the needs of justice 2 pounds 12 ounces and was caught in
Coker's vehicle ran the These hindrances to fairness and Hillsborough county in 1978 he said. I
Ronnie Lee Frazier of Starke, driv- red light and struck Prescott's vehi- equity are now written into the State North Florida lakes producing the
ing a 1976 Mercury, pulled into Food cle in the right side. Constitution They will be modified to best bluegill fishing include Orange r
'N Scat to get gas Oct. 15. Frazier Damage to the Ford was $1,500. restore balance to the system if the and Lochloosa lakes near Gainesville
struck one of the gas pumps, backedup Damage to.the Audi was $3,000. people of Florida approve amendments and Doctors Inlet near Jacksonville Ply Polyester 4 Wheel : /
and struck the other gas pump. 2 and 3 in the November Orange and Ixichlonsa lake bluegill ,
Frazier was charged with having no l election We've had Size FET Price
general enough an be caught by fishing the padiler RVT Tires
valid driver's license and careless crime and lenience toward criminalsIt's dock (cow Bites) and h>dnlla beds<< in P 65/80D13 1.63 '29.88
driving, according to Assistant Chief time to FIGHT BACK FLORIDA approximately six feet of water P195175D14 2.18'32.88 SIZE FET Price;., '
Harold Crews. These amendments have been endorsed From late spring to early fall, male P215/75014 2.38'37.88 7-9-14-LT 2.96 53.88**"" i
There was no listed damage to the Man ArrestedIn by; the Governor and Attorney bluegill gather in shallow water areasto P225/75D14 2.61 '39.88 9.15.LT 4.10 60.88 : '
Mercury. Burglary AttemptRay General, the Florida Bar, the fan out their beds P215/75015 2.46'38.88 1015LTIMSIT 4.39 69.88P22575015 : ,
Florida Prosecuting Attorneys The fish can easily be located l hy
Thomas Bell of Starke was arrested 2,66'39.88 4.50 72.88 :
Gene Schulhaulser of Arizona, driv- Association and the Florida Sheriffs waching for a steady bumping of the : ,
ing a 1968 Volkswagon, was.backing and charged with criminal Association. &padderdock stems.A _._ P235/7SD15 2.96'42.88 ..12-15-LT 5.57 86.88 _. '
Oct. 17 at the Brad- !' --
up and struck a 1976 Mercury in ford attempt-burglary Motel. : favorite bait of both lakes is the -Mod Can" 1 Light Truck, .. 1'--.... 24 36 Month : :
McDonald's parking lot Oct. 16.
The Mercury driven by Bruce P. Police were called at 11:45: p.m. bya grass ings In shrimp the lillies, fished and hydrilla.in small open. Front Disc Brakes' V/.SA' ''interstate Battery ;
who said had entered his
a man
Burger of Gainesville was struck on man "Bag limits are liberal in Florida
the right side. Damage was $100. room using a knife.
and fishermen harvest
There was no( listed damage to the Robbins said he was awakened by Man Arrested ,per day fisherman can ," Krummnch 50 parifish $49.95PIU'1a1 $37.95 1
per
at the lock. When the man S89 95 Front A Rear Each
VW, according to Assistant Chief scratching Complete ._
Crews. entered the room Robbins confrontedhim In Lounge DisturbanceKenneth said. "With the low cost of a fishing __ '
license dthe fact that wherever
an >ou y
and he left. Ash McNeal of Starke
was ::
Ora George Burkholder of New The police were unable to locate the arrested Oct. 17 and charged with are more in than Florida 20 miles you to need find travel a fishing no i ; ,, ''
Port Richey, driving a 1979 Ford, was intruder. trespassing after warning.
lake the hard
fighting, good tasting
making a left turn onto US-301. Approximately one hour later the Starke police received a call of n be harvested FULL SERVICE COMPLETE
bluegill can by
Burkholder did not see an approaching police received another call from disturbance at the lounge of the Holiday Owned Dean by FOREIGN CAR
1976 Plymouth and struck Robbins who( stated that he saw the Inn. McNeal was throwing chairs everyone. GARAGE Pall Come
Krummrich also advised
the vehicle. man as he attempted to enter the and had been barred from the lounge anglersv REPAIRSCORBETT'S
Damage to the Plymouth driven by manager's side door. He later followed McNeal was arrested at the HolidayInn \ho observe fishing violat ions such as
Lynn Arnold Ward of Micanopy was him to a room where he identifiedBell according to Lt. Eston Mosher traps, illegal nets or illegal methods
of taking fish to call the Wildlife TIRES & SERVICE
$500. Damage to the Ford was $100, thru a window. Bond was set at $1000, McNeal was game !
Bond for Bell set at $2,000, he Alert hotline at 1.800.312 RIO I ''I t mP'r' '
according to Investigator Steve was released from the county jail after ho
Backus. remains in the Bradford County jail. posted a surety bond. Remember" they ale stealing from Financing Avallo6lFormerly/ ( ,Sfarke:! firestone) 7O46436WEEKEND
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Experts busy assessing deer herd in wake of controversial huntIt's



been more than a week since the food" Southeastern Wildlife Disease Study the Miami Canal rest area on July 29. samples of deer from both the north bearing on the ranrvilaix-jn of the hunt
emergency hunt In the Everglades In addition Commission biologists, and Dr Joseph Wagner of the UniverThey will continue assessing the and south areas, Brantly said. Their in the north are, the executive:
concluded. The Game and Fresh along with Dr Frank Hayes of the city of Miami set UD a mobile lab at general herd condition by collecting work will determine the degree and director said. "That to,, not the caso" It
Water Fish Commission is continuing type of parasite load disease factors was purely a biolocial decision.
its assessment, according to the ex nutritional state and other biological The delay resulting from the court
ecutive director of the agency, Co!. factors and will be beneficial determining intervention by the Fund for Animals
Robert M. Brantly.The future mangement strategies eliminated the short time advantagewe
first Is the mortality check, he for the area. had to obtain the benefits of a
exp Uned. Biologists are flying the It is when the waters finally go hunt" he explained
area daily as well as searching by airboat down and the deer are again dispersed Now that the publicity has subsided
Conservation Area 3A, site of the throughout the marsh that final most of the opponents hate left the
controversial hunt. Deer carcassesare conclusions ran be made Brantly scene. The biologists for the Commission
tagged with an nige plastic said. Biologists will census the deer will remain busy over the next
streamer to eliminate double. herd using the same methods they used few weeks and months assessing the
counting.The as in June to determine herd size. status of the deer herd in this area of
census will continue until the it That figure, subtracted from the June the Everglades and continuing their
mortality ceases. "That" said Branl- p'1q census will provide the best data on management efforts
; ty."will be whenever the water levels the total mortality to the herd.
recede and sufficient food is The emergency deer hunt on Con-
available or until mortality has oc servation Area 3A was only conductedon FREE
curred sufficiently to reduce the herdto the south section of the area
a size compatible with the available because the Commission's management ENTRY LOCK
strategies were challenged in
court. The legal proceedings forced WITH DEADBOU
Special the initial cancellation of a scheduled PURCHASE.
hunt July 16 and 17 in the north sec-

trappersgo tion.While the delay has caused problems $. :

..- for the herd according to
Brantly there might be some benefits "' '

.. derived from the controversy."If .
after I
,
'
I '. a similar situation should recur 0
the question of capturing and
relocating the deer should not be raised -

alligators :* 4r'x 't ,, ,, F again," he said. fREE
While hunters participated in the '

; { w +?.. hunt in the south section of the area ..-'
selected will o + 1
Specially trappers
the Commission had allowed the tt"
participate in an experimentalharvest preservationists to attempt to rescue -l!
of alligators in three lakes 100 deer from the north area. After 1'j' J
near Gainesville next month as a partof days and only 18 deer removed, the
a continuing research project to rescuers decided to give up the cap- ONLYs1 See

study the effects limited harvestingon ., ....;:: r.,;.. ture attempt."I Kwikset
the #ff'
-
population.Scheduled .. must admit that the Commissionwas
'
to run week nights from "tA... correct, that it is a physical impossibility Special OfferBuy
Sept. 7 through 24, the experimentalhunt to remove enough animalsto

will be confined to Orange Game anil' Fresh Water Fish Commission check deer significantly reduce the populationin Kwiksets toughest
Lochlootta and Newnan's lakes in experts for signs of this area," said Jack Kassewitz Jr. deadlock and get a

Alachua County. of the National Wildlife Rescue Team matching entry lockset
"The hunt is designed to determinehow
who coordinated the
capture attempt FREE ($2000 suggested
many and what size 'gators can marketable products nests taken last So far, two of the rescued deer have
be removed from a population on a ever recorded despite the fact }tear. retail value).
As compensation for their service that a large number of female Hines said the federal government died in captivity. The Kwikset 880
sustained basis according to Tom the trappers will be allowed to sell the Is Brantly said the decision not to rugged
alligators was taken in last year's considering downgrading the
experimental "
Hines for the Game
project biologist deadlock boasts '
meat from their take to restaurantsand project.He alligators "threatened" status, and reschedule the emergency hunt on the a
and Fresh Water Fish Commission wholesalers. Last north section of Area 3A was "purelybiological. hardened-steel dead bOlt
which is the year, alligator explained that this response was the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
directing experiment.State "
meat sold for $4 to $S a pound. for solid. pry-resistant
predicted as typical of any animal mission wants to be prepared to ensure
biologists are currently con- The hides will be retained by the "It has been erroneously reportedthat
that
counts in the ,, population experiences proper management of the protection.
ducting population study
Commission to be sold at auction. the rescue operation had some
area which will be used to determinethe harvesting because the remaining species that should occur. The 880 deadlock and
be Thirty percent of the proceeds from animals reproduce at a higher rate. the precision-built
of
exact quota alligators to
the sale of the
popular leather-like He also noted
that the rates
growth
taken. The study objective is to entryset have a polished-
hides valued as high as $25 a foot of some of the alligators in the Orange
remove approximately 15 percent of brass finish (for
matching
help fund the state's alligator Lake
the alligators over four feet long. area appear to be stunted OPEN 8.5:30: Mon.-Fri. 8.12 Sat.
management program. The remain which be elegance. And they both
result of ,
Preliminary indicate this may a so many of SlOp By or Call|
surveys ing 70 percent goes to the trappers. them competing for food. State FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE use the same key for added:
would be about 400 animals.
Additionally, Hines points out, L.Ja Q 7 Q 11
biologists expect growth rates to in- convenience (four keys
Once on the endangered specieslist .
when alligators are seen as valuable crease as the population decreases. Hwy 301 407 N. Temple Ave. included .
)
the Florida alligator has made a
commodities the wetlands they inhabit Under Starke Florida
optimum conditions, alligators
phenomenal comeback. Together they offer
have better chance of remaining
a will ,
grow about foot
a a until
"The of the year
rapid
reptiles
recovery one of the most effective
) undeveloped. they reach their maximum size. We Install and Check System
once they were protected
effectively The Game and Fresh Water Fish ways to protect your home
Many of the
12 endured 'gators to b e taken in u
suggests they poaching Commission has been collecting this (FREE) and
'.> much better than thought" area were tagged as hatchlings family.
anyone
B,-, Hires said. biological data on Florida alligators and the harvest will provide valuable Get this great crlme-
\ lie said that in the Orange Lake since 1974. Last scientific information on their'age, fighting combination today
; once appropriate
"...".Et, harvest methods are developed for year was conducted the first time the Commis- survival and growth rates. Biologistswill AS 11I1UG/.A.L And save up to $20 001"
.\\Ia. alligator, several benefits will" be sion an. experimental be collecting a host of data from OU
k'lft harvest which yielded approximately harvested alligator for.. further
demonstsatadF: itt of .all, both kuiikretliirts
d i! 350 'gators. Hines said this "
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COk L ) spring research and to compare th< weight
alligator meat.andhides are highly wildlife personnel located the most 'and physical conditions with those ''of STARKE ."1 A".....,_
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Fish killsTake
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'systems add more decaying organic : May US 301 S. 964 6078
material'and what do you have? If
a you're in the St. Johns River you 105 Edwards Road Alternators Over Automotive Commercial Marine Lake ButlerS
; have fish kills.Fisheries 13 W. 6th Av. 496.3079
biologists with the Game {,24 Monti *iti.nt,) years Farm Equipment Lawn MowerExperience Keystone Hgts.

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fish kills in a 25-mile stretch of the up-
per St. Johns River in a one-month
3 ',.period And, they predict, more could 'r USDA CHOICETBone

.'o'OCCUJ:; tt 11 ., $2.99FRESH
I'the"The river is already degraded d i Steak. . . .,
!, % organic material flush- SLICED:
i k''>ed .through the -system during high O fl C

",(/rainfall fish kills can," said be expected Dennis Hammond to produce Beef Liver. . . . . . .Ib.

assistant director of the Division of USDA CHOICEBrisket

\ ..,Fishe(ies.Th Stew 1.29 + Pack .
;< three kills haveresulted inBorn . . . .. t..5 R d
> \ 171,000 dead fish Hammond TENDER &JUICY FROZENTBone 8 Roll -- *- --

/said,with the largest kill occuring Ju- Ii 1rA
or Bath Tissue .
Approximately
,10$9.90BEEF I I t Reg. Price 1.92! r

bdk!S sport or commercial species. The Rib-Eye Steak. . ., Family size pack. ; t
total value of the dead fish exceeded By Coronet. .

,295000. he said. In addition, more & PORKSmoked Limit 2 packs. } .
t: than 600 largemouth bass each Sausage.1.69All
S weighing in excess of eight pounds :
V died in the July 4 fish kill. It takes six MEAT
*i to eight yean for a fish to grow to that 6 9.c

<*?., size said the biologist. "And if annual Bologna . . . . .. .,f2 lb.
;.. fish kills occur regularly in the St.
i.-t Johns River, these trophy bass may FRESH PORK 3 DOWN,,
inever) be replaced." 1.89

3s Hammond said the first fish kill oc- Spare Ribs . . .; ..!..* Octagon
*. curred June 1 north of COcoa with the Dish Detergent
second one south of Melbourne in FRESH fPigtails \ *
ry Lake Sawgrass. The third kill was in 1b..6 Reg. Price 1.491
... Lake Winder north of Melbourne. :. . . ..'..: . ... : 48 oz. in regular .. .
v3 As the biologist explained normal- LO-FAT and 'lemon.
.r J ly the bottom of a canal or water Limit 2.

.3* : 'retention system contains decaying Milk . . .. .; . ','\ .Gal.1.89 I 99
matter. Fish avoid the
\ organic can 5 5 5.
"V!: area by going to the top. However REG HOMO $ $
"=-.. when the canals are flushed the 1.99
K decomposing organic matter uses up Milk ..... r.,. . Gal. N1 ua=I BPack Each

** oxygen in all levels of the river. As Bread.., :; '2/89 Of 6 Men's Sweaters And

". this organic matter uses up the ',' ,. '" ...,. . ,1,20 IZ ,
3
& dissolved oxygen, fish cannot get w.. Ounce Sweater Shirts
ri enough to live and thus die in large
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POOIOB General Hunting Season



iiI ; Opens November in Is November one of the months that-

SELL'lmBUY TRADE'; hunters in Florida most like to see arrive

on their calendars as it marks the.
start of the hunting season for a variety -
of wildlife including white-tailed:

deer and migratory waterfowl.
.j According to the Game and Fresh:

Water Fish Commission, the month:
CLASSIFIED starts with the statewide snipe and
crow season opening November 6=
while the rail and gallinule season;,

cit2774w.r.pq which opened in September, will close.

I November
ADS On November 13, the whitetaileddeer

a S. season will open throughout the
rsar state. Also opening will be the season

for bearded turkeys or gobblers In'.
I *I3tJ ((4 Alachua County and turkeys of either'sex

"". ... You Can Find If ALL in the remaining counties of the-
,: state. Black bear season will open in
Baker and Columbia counties. Bob-

.u... wa..o.nrrw white quail season also opens, along
".w1 ,AwnV- The season. .
Ira 'with gray squirrel
=...
IAMWrV 6 Also starting on November 13 will
7p be fox squirrel season, except in Lee,

Hendry, Palm Beach, Monroe, Col
lier, Broward and Dade counties. The.
o season for wild hogs, where declared,
-7/tIl: ir r / > s Bradford Co. Telegraph legal game, will also open. The second -.
phase or'the mourning and
white-winged dove season will also'
e Lake Region Monitor begin on this date (shooting hours will'

; II: It be from one-half hour before sunriseto

11 and sunset)
Florida's 'popular duck and coot

season will open November 24. In
== union Co. Times Leon County and Lake Miccosukee in

Jefferson County, waterfowl hunting .
i is permitted on Wednesdays, Satur-

days and Sundays during the open'.
( 1.il 1. season) Including November 25 and

l 26.Hunters are reminded to use steel

First 15 words is word shot in all gauge shotguns when hun

r.. ""J \ rZw7ordeThis ting waterfowl in steel shot zones.
r after: that is 10 rate Steel shot zones include that portionon

paid Brevard County east of Interstate'
gets approximate 10,000
you
95; Leon County (exclusive of Lake'Talquin
-- -w..aulE"" circulation, between all 3 publica- and the Ochlockonee River) ;
_
Lake Miccosukee in Leon and Jefferson
f'i: : tions. counties; Osceola. Broward and'

Dade counties; Orange Lake and
Lochloosa Lake in Alachua County.
and all waters of Lake Okeechobee.



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LEGION HALl.Sr-21, Sotur- Point Road Follow sign. Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto CB 900 Custom. Excellent lake In Hillcrest.. $800 t FSP. 2 blocks to schools. 3 BR. 1', bath. CB home
days, 7 p.m. and Sundays CARPENTER WORK Household furniture, utility MOTHERS HELPER WANTED Andrew Drug.. Alto condition. Adult owned. down $14644 p.r month. 1344 sq ft. Under Farmers Home mortgage! : qualified
2.5 p.m. Public invited Remodeling work, kitchen trailer and mlscel.( Item. A responsible, dependobl several large office for, $2600. Call 473-3578. 10/21 Phone 473-4058 or buyer might qualify for reassignment. Only $29.000. 0
10/1 tfnchg. cabinets, and trim 10/21 Itpd person to com Into horn r.nt"ln" rear of building Itpd. 473. 367 after 6

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limed oak Office Commercial Circle month. Discount on entire
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transportation. Call Popular Grocery Store on SR-231 Near
All meetings at additions, bedroom suit with extra up to 3,000 sq.ft. 10 acr_.. On. waterfrontlot.
p.m. remodeling ) and lots of children.
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Educational Building Community homes and tile work. Free long foam mattress and suitable for auto repair, his Call 473-4375. 10/1 !:
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Church 473 2790 or estimates. Phone 473-4473 box springs desk etc. or evenings 5 old.r.gl.t.r.d. tfnchg
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open meetings Tuesay, Complete skin care, Lot. of things. 10/21 Itpd following lor I.ale operation port $37'mo.M08ILEHOME and SR-21 Intersection Ave. Quiet 2 BR, 1 bath CI home. 1100 sq. ft. Lovely
7:30 p.m. St Ann'. facials, pealings and lifts., SAT.. Oct. 23 105 Corner MORE MONEY! I All : 3BR. 2 Bath. LOST/FOUND 4-sparate office complexes wooded lot. Small FHA assumable mortgage at 10%.
Episcopal church. Keystone For appointment call Orchid and Sunrise. 10/21 tolls or. confidential. Ask unfurnished, off Hwy 18 ; corner lot with entrances I Nice quiet residential' neighborhood. $21.000. _
Heights 473-2790 Countryside Beauty Salon Itchg for. Sarah or Susan CHI A, $200/mo: OFFICE LOST SOliD BLACK female on 3-sides of
10/ltfnchg Florahom. 1-659-2404. HUGE SALE Hundred of 473 7323. 10121-28 2tchg SPACE: At Keystone dog half loborador-holf building. Owner financed CARDENAS REALTY REALTORS'.

liNGO Lions Club acress 10/7--281tpd Items from household Center 375 q.ft.. Irish setter wearing red with low Interest rate. Call SR-21 10.606 Keystone Heights.Phone .
from high school. Tuesays, goods to sporting goods, NOTICE 160mo. Keystone collar. Answers to Jet". 473-4920 or 473.3.. It 475-2150 473-2332
Early Bird 7 p.m.5 Regular LAKE REGION art supplies, books, gun., Height Really, Inc.. Last seen In 'K.y.ton. 10/ltfnchg or Cordenes
7:30: p.m. Public Invited.' etc Off SR26 between CLASSIFIED' : ADVERTISING REALTOR 473-4961 10/1. area, near Andrew Drug CLOSI OUT SALt: All, air .Evening Keystone/G'vllle-Alex
101 I tfnchg. MONITOR Melrose and Orange should b. lubmitted to the tfnchg Store.. 10/21 tchg conditioner in stock: .at '' ,,:,1: wHA'i{ ': ')><)< 473-2BSO
473-2210 Heights Look for signs. Lake R.gion Monitor officeIn COMPLETELY FURNISHED OUR COST: WHEElEfTAP-- ;t lake IutI.r-Doyle W. Kemp
Santa Fe Shores Drive. writing and paid in advance house on Spring lake, 2BR, LOSTi Red Chow mat, spot PLIANCES. 473-2689. 496-2"9 '.
10/21 Itchg $225/mo.$200 left *y*. lost vicinity of St.
unless credit li A/C 10/7..10/28.4tchg. ,
Call 264-5354 after Rd. 315 In Hall Lok. near, IXTRA NICI lake lot."Sand I
already established with deposit. '
this office. 6, tfnchg 10/1 Keystone Oct. I. Reward. bottom lake, large trees ''' W :
Monitor staff cannot b. 3BR., 2 BATH house with 473-2697 'or 2691200. Over I acre land $500 [ i+Ar11"JJ"t!
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h.ld responsible for guest house on lake lo/212tchg 10128Motorcycle down, $77.14/mo.. Near -
THE X mistakes on classified Geneva. Across from City Keyston Call 473.4058. StarkeAds ConUi
when ad Is taken over the Park CH/A gorgeousbeach Itpd. 10/21 .
11 \OFFICE \V telephone.Classified. front S35O/mo.. 1st THIS WEEK ladles coats, IlL .I.
SHOP |II IIn.wcax \ d.adlin. I.Tu.sday I. and last month and security suits, blouse Six**I .
I. 1t7. SUZUKI lOOt 2300 -
noon prior to deposit. Phone 473-7086 81012. Phone 4733105. PERSONAL PERSONAL I
mil. $495. Call 473.2214.S20 .
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0'" Thursday publication. after 6 p.m. 10/7.-10/28 10/21 llchg I
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., .N. 4 Minimum charg Is 15 4tchg HONDAiCB 900 SUZUKI DS 125 1980. like SERVICES o. 'I ??..Q SERVICES
The staff here at the words for $2.73. then 10 new condition. $500. DUNE < ,I' 'Ii
Cutom. Excellent condl-
L cents for each wordthereafter Ads BUGGY needs work. $200. ILL'S SAW SHOP Completesharpening FAMILY HAIR
Newspaper office wish you and Classified .tion. Adult owned.: 2600. Call 4732042. 10/21.28 service, cir DESIGNERScular
473-3578. Itpd 10/21
yours a Happy Halloween Get Results 2tpd.: hand carbide, 144 W. Cell StV'

chain mower blade hollow964.7205:

!' f fJW. C@ fJi1t. td iIJ !!f' W.. fJW. iI i ground and balanced ., Open. ;--JJ-.J-.."*:;
Js'F ttr YP / I leave at Jackson Building I T.W.SP.i 9 III 5:30 :l

; Supply in Starke, Keytsone' Thurs. II AM III 7 PM 1

All Century Realty. All Century Realty, Inc. Height or lake Butler S... 9 AM tll 3 PM

Inc. MEl TFNchg AppelnlmentsALCOHOLICS Sj:
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Union County Ads 77L7741 259-MV2 With Offices Jacksonville ft MacclennyAnnounces. Not Always Necessary:
ANONYMOUS Phone 1/7 Ifit .r.-5BABVSITTINCt

Realtor 0 '. "0 0 .' -. 964-5148 or 964-7619. ToddUtfiitahup.
Just Right For You. Between TFchg 7 a.m. to 6 .r"tEVY':; : %'
Macclenny and Judy Holley of Lake Butler is now SEWING MACHINES pick-up from tchoo&Xb

PERSONAL FOR SALE LOSTFOUNDFOUNDLAKESIDE ExperienceS I Roiford on Hwy. 121. Approximately associated with our firm. I REPAIRED All makes Brooker 4831861.9.23IffCHILD *:

SERVICES steps to a mere beautiful 4 acres with cleaned oiled end adjusted. CAR IN MY HOME
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 3 with Call, Judy after 6:30 P.M. to I 15. Work
CLOSE OUT ON ALL PARK complexion Mary Kay septic tank and well. I l Firstaidegraduoteagrjsguarante.d
BATH CB/BRICK HOMES
FABRICS In slock. $3 a Pool, SWIMMING AREA Aug. 9, Cosmetic for a corn$12,000. ,discuss your real estate needs James to S yes '.rson l. W:1at:
landscaped yard
yard. Phone 496-2219 or outbuildings with 2.5 prescription sun glosses pllmentary facial call col- Sylvia, Sweat, Broker. Strickland corner Morgan tension snacks, '". '&lotch
496-3143. acre. $20,000 down. Contact Union County lest Diane Taylor After Hours-Judy Holley Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg games, many extras.$4
TFN 10/21 Time. 496-2261 TFN 8/19. 496-3419 HAIN LINK FENCES Install .
Balance owner 'financed at (f904)2S9-2I17) 496-3419 .LI'.'''' per week 964 4196Y1O.D
10 percent for IS year. ed. Free slimates.: Handy2tpd 10/28 ,,", ::
INSURANCEMAINES Additional acreage HELP WANTED .e.aea.. ,.. .. Man Fence Co.. owner WHITAKER-S PAINT' CONTRACTOR

available. Flexible term. Now Taking Applications for One Bedroom Apartments .BU1N'OPPORTUNITY Tommy Reddl.h: %8559.. servicecr."fr
INSURANCI AGENCY All on SR 18 near Wor- at tfnpd 9/82 qualified ..xp.ri.II4'EW.ITII *Cffxcellenl
) 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake Ihington Springs. Phone REAL LAKE [ REPAIR Call reference.:\ t.rthe
Butler. 4963978. Complete 496-3625. TFN 7/22. BUTLER APARTMENTS Office Shop 110 W. exterior p.**vtn ;
Insurance Service. TFN 3 SR. 1 1/2 BATHS Brick ESTATE 1005 SW tin St. Lake Butler Call SI j Stark, for details. housewashing. minoi

Home. large corner lot Equal'Housing Opportunity" 964-5764. tfn' t repair. Coll ,.6997 o.
FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS fenced yard gas heat air, LOOKING FOR a special ConvenlenceStore' blASS CUT TO ORDERS 9645317. 10,21"'poi 11/11
328-9182 or 496-2435. Priced piece of property If I :
Door, window,
Apartment featur. walls etc. BABYSiniNOi 1'wljtlWes
central '
heat .
well
B to
to sell don't have It. I'll find itJustask air
4tpd
With
carpet sieve, Gas For Lease JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY child In
AND AD. 9301021. ...-JANE S. USHER refrlaeretor, end drape. your my ho"-A(
DINO MACHINES FOR FIBERGLASS DOG BOX FOR REALTOR 496-2126 or Rental assistance .vallable fer those who qualify.For 964 6078. Order also ag., $25 weefcj itfrtt

RENT Union County Times, SALE Phone "".3343. 496.2903 .v..., "Your Mere Intormetlen Need on-slght dealer with strong taken In lake Butler reference. 964-4255
BS SW 2nd Ave., lake 2tpd 10/14 10/21. Union County Realtor. Hn Contact Denlse TSlede*t 496-3141 496.3079 and Keystone llchg 1021BABYSITTING '
Butler.. Phone 496.2261 for SINCLAIR lOOOt 16 K Rom 3/26. from 13e.1:30 P M. Monday thru Frldey.Cwtto marketing skills. Store currently'c Height. 473.4$73.2/26 tin IN MY HtiMI
mar Information TFN Cassette recorder 5 soft- FOR' All YOU REAL ESTATE IRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Reference, hot lunch,'fcesi
10/1. wore,. 12" B/W T.V.. 12 NEEDSCall V.n.ra Brown ,operated. SERVICE Bradford County of care given. $ >:vkek.
RENT TO OWNi A New month warranty. Cost 496-3023.: Sandy Haien Capital 1 ,required 'for grocery ins residential pump.out.. Linda Rogers., 96489SOItcrig .
Baldwin Piano of your $395. tell $250. Phone 496-3994 eves or Gerrl L.... ... $50. W* also re-lay drain; 10/21 '
choke. Parramor Music 496-2131, take Butler. non 496-3I4O. Tiffin and S.h w I_...sit.. M.... tas ventory.No .., line. .Phone '964.8121, NEED A WATER' Hotit28 HR
904-7326776, Ocala 7/8 MC/VISA accepted Itpd, Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 MI.MPM. r wo eu's r.... 10_ _..C Ixe Goodwill '/ tfnchg FISH PONOTW
Franchise fees.
rfnMOSHI .... bus_... .... ........, 1.e./p.re or do-drag
10/21. lox 73$. Lake Butler. Fl.. WOT ri'. _It .... PROFESSIONAL Cot ,Clean. (line work 466-2934LMO/2I(
HOMI FOR RENT 3 tfn chg.6.. 1..tI.. ... --e (MkdtoMft )High,volumelocation. Ing Service., Cleaned 2tpd 10/28 ,. ..tc'
bedroom I and 1/2 bath we.h.ft. vacuumed
IXPfRIENCEO
Available in Lake.Butler PAINtEMn-\
first and lost month rent CBS HOME
deodorized., e
samtiied.iand
Phone 496-2595. Itchg 3 BR. 1% Ba. garage, utility Dobbs North Florida,' Call Collect $7.00. \pick-up' anddelivered work tenor Free or exterior1.estimate'randreferences. 'Neat=
10/21. room on* acre, near
FURNISHED MOBILE HOMIt Roiford. $29,800 Cash or Pumping Service Farmers Livestock Market, Inc. or your place 964-5177. Itpd
'' I (CI Call 9647226.ash for
Available Nov. I. .2 $5.000 down. VA loan Septic Tank A Greece Trap wAN/tr.Mu..Mt6./.t'arl Fred Powell Den1021 -
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4 bedroom. 2 full bath UVtK. FmHA. 13 I/4X, Clean-Out ,.. Ollie.(_)I'.....".iolo cos,.... .. 12/10 HnClassified 10CKSMITH.BUROLAII

washer end dryer hookup. Federal Land lank II Reeseneele Rete. Maw.w..at.ttw.rdWAN, III.'' ... ..__ weiM lie ..., ALARMSt 24 Hr*.
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((1.13).170-3030 Ads
y t90 plus $50 deposit. 3/"", with 25% down. 431-1202 431-109 ,.w.w..... __ .Ie.. ... ii1 yes-lot 964-5849. $20
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F Phone 494.2954. 2tpd 755-4149 or 7526238. ,S. (TC4)7S.4tr7; ) >St14 IN..r6 Results Walnut $!.., atM. outfit
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tlfOR, RENT ,FOR SALE FOR SALE .. ;I ';I.y. CARS& MOBILE BUSINESS

.i .../ ,5' If.\\:. TRUCKS HOMES OPPORTUNITIESOWN

MOSA MANOR MOBILEOMI USED, ALUMINUM PLATES I.V GALV. ROOFINOi HOUSI OP BARGAINS !S.- FOR SALECOMMUNITY IPVrttilk9arLREALTY
.. PARK Mobil. 24x34", 25 cents each. Used 64.13; : 7'-4.76; Ing Is Bellowing) 212 Call SURPLUS JEEPS. cora and i
homes! and space for rent. In printing newspaper. 854096.03; ; 10'-6.99; .'St,, ..m.. to 30p.m.. truck available. Mony sell YOUR OWN JEAN. .
Recreational vehicle Or.at.for. minor repair ir-7.62; 128.26 We .' Yell came see ". ". .io iri, for ,under $200. Call MOBILE Sportswear, Infant.
LelcomePhone, 468-2912. jobs. Bradford County; manufacture Jacksonville.Call 'new location l1ltf'"' 312-742-1143 Ext. 609 for HOMES Factory owned Preteen or ladles Apparel
i/16 tfn Telegraph '4-430S.. tIn. toll free BACK YARD SALE One mile Information on how to pur- and operated. Single- Store. Offering all nationally .
IjTAURANT I EQUIPMENT CARPET. NEW I USED Fur. 1-800-342-2702. 8/26 tin past ha.pllaltvrn off chat*. 10<'074tpd 11/18 wide starting at $7995, known brands ... -
(for .nt. 964-6784. 9/09 tfn nitur. & appliances. PRINTED SIGNS IN STOCK 230-A, house behind 1971 FORD FUTURA FAIR. doublewlde starting at such as Jrodache, Chic

BILE HOMES FOR RENT Plumb. fixtures and pipes. Trespassing No Hunting sign or, $.50 No, Bethel Baptist Church. Old MONT Good condition 13995. US.301 N. Stark. Lee. L.vl.) Vanderbilt PHONE 964.7776

ne mile from Starke city BARGAIN CENTER US-301 now In stock at the Office wood range and Ice box; $3.300, negotiable 964-8741. 10/14 fin Calvin Klein, Wranglerover CECELIA
limit, *. Clean. Hwy. 16 E.pall So.. 9646679. 2/5 tin Shop 110 W. Call St., antique bras and porcelln 9647894. 10/14 2tchg PAID FOR unfurnished 200 other brand. TUWILLGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke
4681323. 10/01 tfn. DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN Starke. electric candle light; ink 10/21 $7,900 to $16,500 Includes
[TCHSNEFFICIINCYRootns HOUSE 301 South. SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY electric and counter top; '71 FORD GRANADATwo mobile home In exchangefor beginning Inventory, airfare .
lor'rent at low 9646740. We buy and sell typewriter for sale at dishwasher will tell' or door 302 V.8; reclining equal value In equity of for one to Fashion
..kly rot... Call T.mpl. used furniture and oppllonc. the Office Shop. 110 W. trade for anything of equal bucket seats. AM/FM home. Write P.O. Box 582, Center training. fixtures. SPECIALAt

Aotel, 9647357. 9/16 ... 8/13 finRECONDITIONED Call St., Starke. $200. value; clothe; shoes; stereo cassette, cruise Starke. FL. 32091. 10/14 grand opening promo. la.tllt It possible to have a country
tOW/tfn TV'S! Colors ONE ACRE LOT Crosby Lake household; lamps;, fur control auto. front.. PB, 2lpd 10/21 tions. Call Mr. Kostecky
1EAN MOBILE HOMES for starting at $100.00. Estates. Septic tank well. niture. Com see. Friday, air, new tire. 62.000 (5013278031.) Itpd 10/21 ranchette In an excellent location .

Sent.: On Hwy. 16 E. Close Trade-in's welcome. Phone and pump. Light pole. 8:30: a.m. til 8:30: p.m.; miles, bronze w/cream CAMPERS CONVENIENT STORE WITH Brownlee Rd. You can buy as little as 3
jo prison. Call 4681323. 964-8212.6/11 tin $6700. Cash. 9648582. Saturday. 8:30: a.m. til. 1:00: vinyl roof. Asking J3.000. GAS RELEASE Need on-
0/07 tfn. RUBBER STAMPS made to 10/07 3tpd 10/21 p.m. Itchg 10/21 431-1212. exl. 244. 8.5, ask sight dealer with strong acre for $3,000 an ocr. with terms or as

CE!|ROOMS for r.nt. TV order. Three day service 10% OFF Victor 120 Heavy OCT. 22. 23 Highway 16-NE for Toni. 964-866S after 6 marketing skills. Store currently much as 50 acres with better terms.

jind air $50 p.r w..k and Office Shop. 110 W. Call Duty calculator. Office ,10th St Ellington Rd. p.m. Hchg 10/21 WANTEDAXLES company operated. of her.
There' living
W. Call St. gentle
110 a
Shop
up. Wall to wall carpeting. St., Starke. Follow sign 9646479. "173 DODGE half.ton Grocery inventory re- way
alP 9649992. ask for SCRATCH & DENT SALE on Starke. Itchg 10/21 pickup. King Cab. $1.600, quired. No good will or Room for horses or your favorite FFA
Rd. 16W.
ONI ACRE LOT St.
Hotel. 9/30 tfn new office furniture. Desk Michael subdivision. FRI. & SAT: Oct. 22, 23. 8 1973 Mercury wagon. $800. & TIRES 2 axles + 4 franchise deeds. High I let show I
Gilhooly project u* you
ROOM EFFICIENCY In filing cabinet secretarial Faces hard road. a.m. til ?? Two' families. 'Call 9646888. Itchg 10/21 tlr... We pick-up, $100, volume available In Starke
owt.y. 782.3458 or chair. Save up to 40% off Wall septic tank. Selling Auto M/C part, office 74 SUBURBAN 4.who.1 You deliver $125. Olmt and Lake Butler. Call collect Preferred Properties
82.3949.9/30 tfn cost. The Office Shop. 110 $7500. Will take terms. furniture tool. and shop drive, good condition. Will Mobil. Home Soles Hwy. Fred Powell UNDER $25.000-2 BR. I BA frame on dead end street
OOM KITCHENETTE. Wall W. Call St.. Starke.POSTERBOARD 9645606. 10/07 tIn equipment gas heater trade lor some difference. 100 W Stark. 9645606. (8138703030.) 10/21 2tchg $19.000. Terms.

Ho wall carpeting all white. 40' 1 ACRES located facing State chain taw baby clothe & 7823321. Call after 430: TFchg 10/28 1 3/4 Acre of lend. 724 Alton Rd. Frame home 3 BR. I
bllllties furnished per sheet. Th.Office Shop Rd. 227. Brooker Rd. equipment luggage, p.m. Itpd 10/21. WANTED TO BUY Old BA. 24200.
( Und.rwoodot.l. $14,500 with terms TV lots of 166 CHEVY PICKUP Good glassware In pink green Picture Frames
647184. 1 10 W. Call St., Stark. clothing toys. : Neat 2 I., 1 BA frame w/.crn'd porch on corner
10/14 tin NEED 200 SHEETS FILLER 9645606. 10/07 tIn misc. Items On 225 tires, excellent body. good blue and yellow. Contact 1/2 Off I

6 i N. WALNUT $325 mth. 3 PAPERY Only 54'. The Office WO FORD PICK-UPi long (Bayles Hwy) e ml. from running gear. Engine Laura at Pocket Change The OffIce Shop lot.SJ4.000. added. Some furniture. On
Mobile Home,
family rm.
.droom. :2 bath. c.ntral Shop, 110 W. Call St., wheel base, west coast SR.100 or 1 ml. from 229 knock. $450. 964.6553 or Bldg. In Waldo or call 110 E. Call St.
.at/alr. First lost month Stark. mirrors topper stereo (BrownIes. Rd). Watch for 9646365. Itpd 10/21 468-9443 Thur., Fri.. Sot. & fenced lot. 22500.
Bent plus cleaning deposit. PAC-MAN, SMURFF, AC. 120 gal. propane dual fuel signs. 9648122. 1 Itpd 10/21 CHEVROLET HALF TON Sunday. 9/30 tin Classified Ads .IN THIRTIESAII with cent heat/air.
tank. Call 9648558. 10/14 ANY SMALL TYPE ODD JOBS Bradford Villas-low main, adult community. 2 BR. I'/i
Available Breakfast
Nov. 1. 964-7347 TION 3-subect| composition FRI. & SAT.: nook: pickup with topper. In very
pr 533-2157.10/14 tfn books. $1.19. The Office 2tpd 10/21 clothes; half pit half good condtion. Call needed. Call anytime. Get Results BA. Charm comfort quality. 35000.
USEKEEPINO and sleep- Shop 110 W. Call St.. 2J YEARLING bull HEIFERS 10 and leopard puppies, and 9648071. Itpd 10/21 9648015. 10/07) 4tchg Forsyth Road.MH 2 BR. IV. BA on I oc. II pecan tree; S

ng room TV and Air. Starke. cow yearling, 1 22: mnth old angus bull more. SR.100 S. 4 ,mile on 1977 F-10 DATSUN. Good 10/28 peach; 2 apple ft grope arbor.$31, .000.
nd.rwoad Motel. 3 mile PIANO FOR SALE Take overpayments 4851834. 10/14 3tpd right. Itpd 10/21 running condition gets WANTED TO BUY Chest OH Crawford Rd.-lowtey( area) 3 BR. 2 BA frame/stuc
orth of Starke on on Spinet Piano. 10/28. FRI. ft SAT.: 9 a.m. til 2 p.m. over 30 miles per gallon. freezer. Must be In good Aid viI.Ytad. co, Ig. CI workshop on nice 1 ac. lot. Assume $15.000

way 301. 9/16tM' Can be seen locally: Write RCA VIDEO DISK PLAYER: Jewelry, shoes, knickknacks 964-8845 after 5:30: running condition. Also mtg.(9"( ) $31.500.IN .
|ROOM BRICK COTTAGE Mr. Meyer, P.O. Box 207 Only six month old. Excellent women, children weekdays and anytime on woodburning stove. Call FORTIESSearlng St.3 BX, 2 BA, CB. Ig. LR. Eat-In kitchen
(Jowly renovated. Imnaculate. Carlyla. IU 62231 10/14 condition. $250. babies clothing, walker weekends. 10/21 2tchg 964-5137. Itpd 10/21 CH/A. Closed porch carport nice lot. $43,300.

Conveniently 3tchg 10/28 Call 9648179. Itpd 10/21. tools Toppen double gas 10/28 1150 Clark St.-Irick 3 BR I'/. Bo.. LR. den. fireplace
ocated for elderly coupl. ITEMS! Weight set and SAVAGE SINGLE SHOT stove,. Shasta travel 1976 SUBURBAN:, 4-Wheel Realtor'S.veral patio, BBQue grill. $41.900.

jit 571 W. Call St. $225 p.r bench mat. curl' bar, $160; youth hotgun. 20 gauge trailer 1100. SR.100 W to drive, .350 eng., 3/4 ton, Steve BroadwayTREE Cypress St.4 BR, 2 BA Fom. Rm.. cov'rd. patio Ig.
no. On. yrs. lease. weaved holster and belt Call 964-5137. Itpd 10/21 I Allan Rd.; turn on' ButlerRd. $1850. Priced to Sail I Call Homes lot. 543900.

7 4-6491.. 8/05) tfn complete $130, lamp, $15; HAY FOR SALE State Road. ., go one mile.: Itchg 9645606. 10/14 tfn. SERVICE tawtey Area,$25.500& Up. beautifully Besient Rd.-Nlce landscaped corn. lot. 3 BR.2 BA CB. CH/A. Carport
ENTPiowo A NEW BALDWIN 2 radioes, $5 for both; 225lawtey. For more Information 10/21 Also Have Acreage
for your child. Only cassette tape recorder $15 call 782-3883 or 1* Removal Ig. lighted shed 147.900.Lawtey.3 .
7823978. 10/21 BR. I BA frame. CH/A. I oc. 549.000.
Itchg garage
$22.SO mo. plus small mov- with blank tapes; uniform LOST/FOUND PERSONALSERVICES Starke Area:
ENTIRE STOCK OF MARY Trimming .IN FIFTIES.Bedford Lok..3 BR. 2 BA 2-story from. Scrn'dporch
Ijng! charge. All rent andfWsw'ng hat $8; size 12 shoes,, 4 BR, 2 BA.$35,000
KAY ,COSMETICS must go. ft dock. $20.000 down. Bol. at 12 3/4% up to IS yrs.
expenses applies brown, $5; can 'opener Everything 50% off. Call LOST Black Labrador male, Free Estimate total price $5S.000.
Parramore $3 $20
to purchase. electric ; stereo ;
9645188. Dealers 904/782-3931
L"j'c' Ocola. 732-6776; books $5. Griffls Loop are Sept. 26 11 miles W. ofStork. Five Oaks-Attractive. brick 3 BR, 2 BA. LR. DR. Fom. Rm.wflreplace .
welcome. Itpd 10/21 .. St. Rd. 100 please 904 I 7B2-389I HOME
7.5444. 8/26: tin Stark. 964-5685. Itpd LOTS) Keystone Heights, 473-4732 ft ceiling fan. Range refrlg., enc. garage.Assum. .
collect. 4962027.
10/21 Lake Geneva area. call Classified Ads P.O. Drawer "M" mtg. I 3/4%. Owner will take 2nd mtg. Total
I FURNISHED APARTMENT 10/14 2tchg 10/21.)
[ bedrooM. $125-150 2t.Iddroomi. 1971 RENAULT New paint 100x150 zoned permanentor REWARD: Lost small beagle Get ResultsHOME After 5 P.M. 301 S. Lawt.y 51600. Near Country Club.
. "One ; and brakes, recent engine mobile home. High and S. lake Butler-3 BR, I BA brick w/gorage t 20x40 carporton
Unfur- In of US-301 Tattooed
$175. vicinity
overhaul. Dependable and dry, wooded. $1,195 full In 6598. Call eystone HeightsClgssited.Ads 2 ac. Great location. SB,500.
OOMithed house, $175. ear
economical transportation.Clean price. Owner will finance .IN SEVENTIES-Country Club Estates-1 yr. old brick. 3 BR.

r'64-7521.,.. Itchg!, ni-10/21' r> ,$600 OBO. $95 down. $42.48 per 9647512. 10/21 ,tfn ...REMODELING & VACUUMSALE 2 BA Fom. Rm. w/flreplace CH/A. :skylights, cloudgor.g.
'9648122. Itpd 10/21 7 ,month. 5 years'at'' V2 per- 'Assume
IEM'.QjAWfldLi.fioamaddltlonl .. paved circle drive 'security lights.
... 'm.t.:6 .
.. .a "" 2"EDROOM"MOBILHOIJI S.l.erll. 9/oA,164.2.,1 tpd.W.21 -; lE--- '
( 10 FISHING ,., "F.ree Get Results $52.000mtg. at 11'1. %,'Total $75.000.
FT. PLYWOOD .
celmo'WANTED' 'wl'" centrol heat; 18,000 .' '''0:>' .
: Versatile! Frame home, 1900 ft. w/detached
BOAT In good condition. sq.
and 5.000 BTU air conditioners Estimates. 473-2187 NEW & USEDWe
r 10x20 awning. $tOO; cabbage plants, 60 PIANO $450; clarinet $150; garage, rental home I MH spaces ((4 hook-ups) A 4 oc
.6'OK A TOY PARTY Also has 150 amp service cents per doien or $4.00 sewing machine $50. Call. John Adams Builders. Finance Our Own $71.000.
tte'ceive free merchandise. pole. Completely furnished hundred. Call 964-6528. 9646231 Itpd 10/21 iJIlLllh.JifllLJllt! Jfflhiihuflti'Jill ffX Huntley KIRBYS .IN EIGHTIES-Counlry Club-Colonial Brick w/bay window.

Wfth ad, receive extra gift. except for beds. Call Itchg 1021YOUTHS Redlearn'sSER ROYALS on 1.7 ac. 3 BR, 2 BA. Fom. Km., fireplace. CH/A, stove
BEDROOM SETi
431-1920 or 9646279. 964-5916 after 7:00: p.m. Base trombone, girls BRAND NEW 1912 Harley REAAAESHEATING VICES EUREKAS refrlg., D/W. 2-cor garage Assume $40.000 mtg. at
10/14 2tchg 10X21 Davidson Roadster .
Itpd 1021CAMPING Sport. 1'T $15.000.'KINOSLEY
::.UrSE SHIP JOISI Great In. STOVE! Propane Clothing katcs.I. 7823906., percussion 10/21 ster motorcycle. Won' in a HOOVERS LAKE-Brlck duplex.. 1600 sq. ft. opproi. 90' on

*ome potential. All oc. go. bottle, stainless steel 2tchg 10/28 national contest would ELECTROLUX water. 2 IR, .1 BA each. Could be made Into one ham..
-t\o ,atlon.. For Informationcall water cooler fiberglass like to sell. Block and gold i; 473-4340 FILTER QUEENS $120,000.
: ((312)741-9780) } ext. HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argon- XLS fully equipped and SERVICEGas or SEARS
trailer
bass bqat motor. HAMPTON LAKE-112.5 ft. of 'lake frontage t a superb
2120'HI.9, /2'} 2tpd, .10/29.J large barbecue grill. B& M tina Bahia hay $2 per never been drken. Call ; 473-4252 COMMERCIALWe brick home w/3 BR. 3 BA. Fom. rm., table top stove double .
bale b.hind baler .
Generators Shop, 238 E. pickup ; after 4:00 p.m., 9648815. repair all makes oven, custom drapes. Nice dock w/etec. boatlift'
$2.50 In barn. Call before
.HOMES, 10/21 toil Heaters
Itchg
Washington St. 10/21 2tpd .
Owner financing.
coming due to weather. J. Beautifully landscaped w/sprlnkler system.

FORSLEon.buJ SiR 10/28 WORLD 'BOOK EN. M. Edwards 9645379. Cleaned Repairs Of Major Al Young'sSince $149.000. Total 2350 Sq. Ft.
LITUE LAKE SANTA FE-Custom built exclusive
Iba, 10/21 showplaceon
IIt. .nl t CYClOPEDIAiNew conli- ? MOIILE HOME a Checked Electric Appliances 1957
:ALV.NEW 1912 BOATS in 2 Ac. $110,000.'BUILDING .
lEMODELEDi, Like n.w, '.">'k>n.il$800 value,.for $2fO. ;
three bedrooms, 1 Vt bath. One set of Child Craftiiiiliniilmlexrhilrlsaneteeelitl stock reduced 25% off. SERVICE POLES ;et Ready for Winter Serving Bradford & 964-6918 LOTSCountry Club-Geneva lake Etiates-

rtni'hlr -- --* *--._*_*_ Good. thru October. Out 100 AMP Clay Counties Geneva Creek-Crystal lake-Besient Rd.
3 Miles north of
orct:!. ) acknrch.."b&rg" p .. f n II I 3.' dpor US-301 Marine. 964-4461 M 80.00 J.R. Liwnnc Blvd., Ktyitoni Starke on US 301 HOMESITESChrlstlan St.-Besient Rd.-Plnesong (offWII.on
,1 N. 1021IKE'S
Ifchg Rd. from
I ) Prices $4.900 to 11000.
!W, ifj ;rdrit1f.j; : !:'tr l'l.".,01'1.f Pk'
P 1I."sAi .)llp liat21A'" J tchg1Af21 AlhAE.ix.s 200 AMP Reames INVESTMENTUS-301- 7 apartments ft 1 cottage.
SAWMOWER '250.00 75000.; Store on US-301-J30.0OO home; 321 Clark St.
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964-6947
1n : : Call Anytime j. '
( Walnut-Acres from, 496.3022" MAitpet UNUSUAL FOR US:
Shuford Chevron) 4(8-1187 Waldo 964-8962 496-2589 Two nice homes to rent. Coil today.
nstr'lctlol.Co._ ? ............ I Suite II.
SALES I SERVICE t t.nnon. 0._ .
JAI1OZSI3c'4" 1.(9O4).4,213e.D,9( ) Chalif Saw & LawnMowers Gerrl 1UI NW IMi St. '

Building Contractor ',ssssJ'issfssssstsffsstSUffSPINE 496.3140 Gelnes..llle. .... Shop & Compare!! j
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23D:: ''ia.;Quality ft Economics'Together Special Insurance for

-Commercial ft Residential FORESTAPARTMENTS Mobile Home Parks NEED

llAl y JlMA "..""I"' I''''' I':'''' S mithsGrove. I "All types of
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}"'O;'?JQ'"rra{-TM SI l|w,.liMll. oft 100% financing. No money oewn en tI.... one to homeowners policies for MONEY?
l't'io) w .C r "' .I&s.p..s.,, seven acre tots. Weeded nice homesltes. Call now far
7otw '1.2 & 3 Bedroom'Apls. mobile homes.
choice selections. Use Your Home Eq ul.
.rui.ru-ij---j- Pecans From '15O' to 297" ft Riverfront and River acceis loH with good terms. Call for Quote *

Spark Plug, W.T ,1.' .8 "CurIes it 100 Acre. prlie farm land In pasture, fenced etc. Olin' Mobile ty. We make 1st A
For Sale s
W1.06VNo LimitSftWMuffUr 2nd Mtgs. Call us for
Suzuki.Kawasaki I.OOIb.lnthell3.00lb..Shll .<=> 1530 W. Madison Home Sales

Of Starke Phone 9646312Gainesville & M Starter & Generator a quote.
.'Discount Part Kl IOUALICtISS Elaine M. Olin, Agent
..... 964-5010
.N17 ..80lb.IOOlb.ormor 0visssttUmSStStSSSft9SSJtSf'S 238 E. Washington ttorke 964-5606 ",
Motorcycle *
.Batteries .Starters f
Tun.-Up* GET THEM EARLY I ,. AlternatorsB -Regulators '" ,

Singles >$'.", 7S2-3332 782-3296 964-5274 PIONEER i --

\. Twins $16.00. ,
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TrlpUt $26.00 For L
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Trailer I Pole I
isb Available We four CyIs $35.00 W.II' Route Carriers NeededFor. : ATTENTIONSerious 200 AMP.$250 Special 2 000 On US Sq,301 Ft.$ Building South

Buy .1st. &'2nd.. Mtgs.Callus Minor Parts Tune. Dee Net .Include : Drilling Delivered Bradford AnywhereIn Call 964 6020)
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for a quote.9645010. US'301 South t. .'a. . ... ..... ,Staik. ,*/i, wt.y/Raiford/Brook.r/Graharn! Job Seekers 752.3065BDOO0 County

2''thr 6" Arat Would you 'like to set your own hours with practically
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Drilling Equip: Moil have reliable car and pail cash bond. For Infor I so. then why not conveniently work with us .or. FISHING Just down the road at

%4Oiwaj.lrtu P. State Licensed m.tIR""call ting/bundling mail. Receive work and payments by Hampton Lake Beautiful tots only 500 ft. from public
mail. Start Immediately I For Information self.
./'.. J......" __, _i 964-8170 Eric can.. 378-1416 addressed stamped envelope assure* a prompt a reply boat ramp. One lot sold 3 to go.

rum Pumps. Mall MarketIng Services, P.O. Box 2StO. Ocala, THE GOOD 'OL DAYS 3 bedroom. 2 bath oven,

At ERA Real Estate . . Florida 32471.LIMITED.
Vt .: : 'tt <\d s .' 2.000 sq ft with many extras. plus large shop area.

we ve 'gotwhat.it.takestiJthe lesepartsaServiF New & Used I,. ', : rt Must. Sell- Small amount down and owner will finance at 9.9V.

.: heed E.Z 3,40 acre. with 12x45 mobile' home wl.h'I2.65. weed 98,000.

money you .:- ,.....:"c.TermsJPlnmblng. "i' I' .10'. .'.. i frame ed ltlen, Fete barn fenced and croi -f.nced TIME ONLY JUST A LITTLE BUYS A LOT! Very attractive lots

$23.000 with. good" owner financing.In In plated subdivision Just outside Keystone Heights,
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'U J<.I'ICw.aw: : ysto . the Country paved sis, prices start at 5000. owner financing
Nice 2 bedroom beth Ireme
!ftapce a home and whichno.iirightforyou.'And rit-"s. home en one acre.Large
tl New Iristaiikix;, I \,,2 car........!with laundry area'pluchlclen house end 3 br., brick veneer. 1% bath, central H/A 12%.

l lit Win'; be Jusf.] IIVt1 t'it takes : Remodeling Repairs :I'goet p.n./GoodLy' e. tit.000.I carport, utility room and carpetingon LARGE LOT IN CITY Spacious lot on Bessent
',' s. . . I 'GoodAr Road call for
; rjiajce ypur dream home l' '-4 led,_", ':j balh jiving roam, dining room, kitchen, your lot more details priced right.

t\tY'I' I .' I.-> I _ JDnrrance: .laundry roomY'lltfrcti home opprovlmetely 1400 .... 1 H.. YOUR CHOICE Spread out with 4 acres or seller

,..... ..Central heel, ..three car $41.MO.r I will divide Into 2 two
Gait: today or drop by I[ 'PUMPS' 1 !,j: ro'ManYExtral garage. 29500.00 acre parcels. Not far from town:

Jr off.c! ; s.. Ve4cL: : suppnv1 k 3 iedreomYJ- -IT 'bat 111I.,..'$crncled patio, celling GREAT TERMS 1 acre near Keystone Heights.,

\'ttake, to find the ''' >'' If n'4 energy eMI lent. S.SOd with 11%. % eMumeble! 230 ft. frontage on SR 100.
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: '864 W .t }JgJ Herb' Walkei.L,9cate t! Longchamp Homes Int. U.S. 301 South.i Starke
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Page>2B October 21, 19H2 ,

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i Extensive soil survey beginning I this month in Clay .County .. ... Ian tn surve y : I Ii .

and Water Conservation District cropland, pastureland and woodland; me t aea ivyvar yiuu ;
Soil schedule. .
behind ;
\ ,. for the Clay County Soil Survey.A Government Printing Office. Twenty- (CSWCD),,says the value of the soil[ 2>design of conservation measures to Florida is four years of funding, the : '
of
marks th beginning expected rate
This month soil have already been At the
soil is an acre-by-acre Inventory six surveys is almost limitless. reduce sediment and erosion; 3) identify
a very Important 5-year project for survey of the soil resource. It is published in the state. survey"Historically, soil surveys have limitations and potential for location statewide soil survey will not be completed ;
:
soil since 25: counties
Clay County a Clay County developed by a professional soil scientist been used by farmers to( determinethe of home sites, shopping centers, prior to 1993 be., '
to
contains remain
Each : la Clay,
survey. who covers the land on foot, examines ) set survey of soil of the complete capability of the soil to support,, roads, sewage disposal systems, including. accelerated funds and .
the soil in detail, and maps county certain kinds of crops'and for Installing underground utilities, etc.; 4)) providethe surveyed. Only
Soil will be taken date.
the 1993
samples printed on an up-to-date aerial photo personnel could alter
to national conservation basis for land planning.
a
classifies it according soil and water practices use
throughout the county and then Infor base; 2) a colored soil association or selected for the Although the printed soil data will
mation compiled for publication. system of soil taxonomy.The soil for broad Craig pointed out. Clay County was for five more Information ,
general planning be years
map not ready
soil is Soil
location of each Kind of technical) and "However, as our society has experienced soil survey in 1982 by'the State soil data is ,
popular regarding
purposes;
Officials from the U.S. Departmentof plotted on aerial photographs. Each description of all the soil in the pressures of growing Survey Advisory Group. request from .
mapped
available now
is then interpreted or with the resultant need to This consists of representatives upon I
(USDA), Florida type of soil <<: population, group Conserva.I
Agriculture the county 4)soil interpretations for Hubbard District
; Calvin ,
to how it will of lands,soil in from the USDA Soil Conservation
of and Con translated to a user as make the best use our ,
Agriculture farm and non-farm Conservation Service
Department various uses in tionist for the Soil
when subjected to varioususes formation is being requested by a Service,the University of Florida
sumer Services (FDACS), the Institute respond narrative and table form; 5) soil 284-9891 at his office in the
and management.These divergent segment of our,populace, Extension Service and the Florida
Agricultural
of Food and
characterization data of the more important Center located on SR-16
Park soil maps and interpretationsare he \ Department of Agriculture and Consumer Agriculture
Sciences, Clay County, Orange soils of the area says.
available to anyonein describing of the various Services, the Soil and Water in Green Cove Springs.
few .
and Green Cove Springs, will gather made readily their physical, chemical and A examples ..
on the farm of John Logan Marshallto need of soils information. mineralogical properties.. groups which utilize soils survey In- Conservation Office.It I II I
observe the mapping of the "first When the county's survey has been chairman of the formation are planners, engineersand establishes priorities for soil : '
Neil Craig Clay
acre." This will begin the field work completed, it will be published by the architects appraisers and surveys based on local, state and FLORIDATHEATRE
assessors, farmers and foresters, federal consideration, with local consideratlons -

I Williams Re-elected To Third Term by/Gvil/ Defense Assn.Rep. sanitarians vironmentalists, ecologists educators,and realtors en .weighed. Since being Clay County more is heavily one of' ,


Frank Williams returned Friday charged with preparing and main- sive campaigning in the by interim himself between and his and developers.Uses soil survey are: ,of the Florida fast-growing,the soil counties survey will in the providea state starke 964.5451 I

from a two-week postelectiontrip to attend defense.taining the U.S. capability in civil primaries.Supporters\ "I was the only incumbent Identification) of important basis for orderly growth Fri., Sat., Sun.
and
to Kansas Oregon
member of the House to be returnedto
The ACDA is a nonprofessionalcivilian
American
conventions of the
national
Civil Defense Association in Wichita, organization dedicated to office in the Second Primary," Leigh Harris In
Coun maintaining a strong home defense in Williams said. I BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW
Kan.and the U.S. Civil Defense
time of emergenct. Williams has At present Williams is operating his SORCERESSDRIVE
cil in Portland, Ore. any
APPLICATIONS!
business froman TAKING
been active in the organization for mortgage brokerage
Williams, who is president of the more than a decade. office in Green Cove Springs,
ACDA, was re-elected for a third term The newly' re-elected District 21 which will enable him to keep in close orangewood ApartmentsP.O. 301 -
and was presented awards by the representative expressed himself as touch with constituents in Clay and BOX 146
Federal Management gratified by his Second Primary victory Bradford Counties. He welcomes
Agency and Emergency the National Emergency after.coming from behind (in se- calls to contacts at his office in the Starke, Florida 32091 Fri. thru Man.
cond ) in Firs Primary voting. Civil Defense building on Edwards
Training Center for his dedicated service place KENNY ROGERS
to the two groups which are He credited the turn-around to inten- Road, phone 9647202.

1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat &J1
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ObituariesMrs. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSIrene ssssss and refrigerator.air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes;.stove and' PG:


Gladys GriffisMrs. Taylor Holland Wednesday Memorial, Oct.services 20 at were 3 p.mat held For informationApplicationcontact PLUS

Williams Thomas Chapel of the : Orangewood ApartmentsEqual
Gladys Griffis, 62, of Lawtey, Irene Taylor Holland, 87, of Starke Chimes in Gainesville with Father c/o Tracy Balr, Manager Take This Job
died Wednesday morning, Oct. 20, at died Thursday, Oct. 14, at Bradford Hugh Edsall officiating.Burial will be
Alachua General Hospital following a County Hospital following an extended at sea at a later date. opportunity Housing 801 s. water street and Shove It
illness.
brief illness. Starke, FI 32091
Born and raised in Lawtey, Mrs. Born in Laurens County, Ga., Mrs.
Griffis was the daughter of the late Holland moved to Starke from
Jefferson Davis Prevatt and Della Dublin, Ga. 25 years ago. She was a
Kirkland Prevatt, former pipneer member of the First Baptist Churchof
residents of Bradford County She Starke. All Items Available In All TG&Y Stores October 21-24
Survivors include her daughter,
was a housewife and a member of
Church. Margaret Holland Peek of Starke;
Highland Baptist
Survivors include her husband, one brother, Allen Leroy Johnson of
Lloyd Griffis; one daughter, Mrs. Dublin, Ga.; two sisters, Lillie Mae
Betty Griffis of Lawtey; two sisters, Thompson of Oklahoma City, Okla., Value Advantages.low
Mrs. Dorothy Mae Testone of Starke and Ruby Lee Van Kesteren of .
and Mrs. Joyce Allen Carter of Prescott, Ariz.; four grandchildrenand
Lakeland; three brothers Albert six great-grandchildren.
Prevatt of Starke, and Earl Prevatt
and J.D. Prevatt, both of Lawtey. needs
Funeral services will be conductedat everyday
2 P.M. Saturday, Oct. 23, at the Archie Robert Lee Granigan Jr prices on your
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev.

James Starling officiating. Burial will Robert Lee Granigan Jr., 64, of ,
be in Lawtey Cemetery with Archie Gainesville died Sunday, Oct. 17, at
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in! the Veterans Administration Hospitalof

charge of arrangements. heart failure.Mr. .
Granigan was born in Steelton,
John Elijah Hall Pa., and moved to Gainesville from
Anchorage Alaska in 1965. He was I II
John Elijah Hall, 62, of Macon, Ga. recently retired .and served in the II 4 LIOUIO '
died Thursday, Oct. 14, in Macon U.S. Navy from 1936 to 1964. He was a FOR \\--Y ffFRfd 1
Medical Center after a brief Illness. member of the Fleet Reserve and the .r.
He was born in Lake Butler living Disabled American Veterans. 4-- : J[,/OVER-DRY! I I
most of his life in Jacksonville before Survivors include his wife Mar- 7A.rOPENER i
moving to Macon three years ago. He thanna Williams Granigan of =_=, SKIN
was an air craft mechanic. He was a Gainesville; one daughter. Ber- ,
member of Allandale Baptist Churchin nadette Hashimoto of Escondido, o -- I
Jacksonville and served in the Air Calif.; one step-daughter, Marie Polkof *- .I ,
Force during World War II. Starke; two sons, Robert Lee I \SLmtM Survivors include two brothers, Ed- 'Granigan of Chula Vista Calif., and :
win H. Hall of Jacksonville and Joh/i, John J. Granigan of Fort Carson,
A. Hall of Orange Park; two sisters, Colo.; two step-sons, Ralph Smith of CARE
Mrs. Mary Partridge of Jacksonville Knoxville, Tenn., and George Smithof \
and Mrs. Elenor Smith of Orlando. Greensboro, N.C.; one brother, II i
Services were held Sunday, Oct. 17, James L. Granigan of Harrisburg, .
at 3:00: p.m. in Archer Funeral Home Pa.; one sister, Mildred Kearnmererof \
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Chapel with Rev. Connie Johnson. of Hummelstown, Pa.; two grand- = --.= ,
ficiating. Burial was in Ml. Zion children; and eight stepgrand- ______
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