Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Overcast,,conditions with heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected SECTION AI ( I'I 1
to last through today (Thursday,.Nov. 4) with drier and cooler conditions Nw. . . . :. .Pogo 14 ,r ,, >' ICY tF
predicted for the weekend.A Editorial . . . . .Pog 4 ,' 11
high Saturday of 66 is expected, .down from 78 today. Social. . . :. ....Pag** '..6, ':;, 1ga t
South winds are creating the rains as a front pushes; southwest across Sports. . . . Pago. U.17 "J SCo
the country, bringing with it the turbulent conditions. There is a 90 per rr.spond.Ms. . .Pag 10 S 11K
cent chance of rain throughout today, with up to 8 hours of rains averaging Lgal. . . . . .Pag*'3,11 '
one to two inches.
Friday will cooler the rain should end. Saturday and Sunday will be SECTION ItObltuorlot.
partly cloudy and dry. . . . ..Pag/.' TAe Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
Little rainfall has been recorded in November, a month usually averaging Nw Brlft. . . . .'0'*'6,1''
a little over three inches. Cla..lfld.. . . . ..Pag. *.* 104th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 23 Cent Cop

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f Local: Voters Go with State Democratic Sweep I

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,,,11; Bradford County turned out 55 percent of its qualified voter strength to Bradford County native, Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, was judges Bradford voted 2-to-l approval for Judge Richard W. (Dick) Ervin.
? help the rest of Florida return all incumbent Democrats on the ticket to office favored here by a 3.5 to 1 vote over his little known opponent, Barbara Lind- well known from his past tenure in office as state attorney general. Ervin's
: in Tuesday's General Election. sey of Stuart. The Bradford count was Conner 3,323; Lindsey 944. In winninghis endorsement was 2,705 yes, to 1,300 no.
Voters here also aided in passing two Constitutional Amendments to beef sixth term in the state Cabinet office Conner received 65 percent of the Three other judges received approval by smaller margins; James E.
;;{ up the war on crime with changes in the criminal justice system, and turned statewide vote, to 35 percent for his opponent Joanos, 1,813 yes 1.300 no; Robert P. Smith Jr.. 1.879 yes 1,277 no: Ford L.
ab thumbs down on i referendum authorizing the county to levy an additional Secretary of State George Firestone polled 2,924 in Bradford voting to 1,266 Thompson 1,833: yes, 1.311 no.
.one-cent gallon tax on gasoline. for his Republican opponent, Jim Smith of Clearwater. Incomplete
per Governor Graham will join a growing number of Democratic in
k' Governor Bob Graham polled the highest count in Bradford County, statewide returns showed Firestone with 58 percent of the votes, to Smith's governors
?.k the 50 states As a result of Tuesday's voting the number of Democratic
85 of the total votes cast here in the Governor's Final 42 percent.
sweeping percent race. governors increased by 7. to a new high of 34. Republican governors dropped
totals, including absentees, were Graham 3,613, Bafalis 730. Incompletestate Smith apparently ran stronger than other Republican contenders for the from 23 to 15. Governors have an important influence on the outcome of
totals gave Graham 68 percent of the vote to Bafalis' 32 percent Cabinet due to having the same name as State Attorney General Jim Smith presidential races, and the growing number of Democrats in state houses
U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles won a 3-to-l victory in Bradford voting over his causing some voter confusion. should be a plus for the Democratic nominee in 1984 when, President Ronald
The of Governor Graham is shown by the fact that he lost fewer
Republican opponent, Van B. Poole. The Bradford count, including popularity Reagan is expected to carry the Republican banner again.
Democrat votes in Bradford than other incumbents on the ticket.
absentees, was Chiles 3,308; Poole 1,037. Incomplete state returns gave cross-over
Chiles 61 percent of the vote to Poole's 39 percent. Graham lost only 730 votes to his Republican opponent, while Firestone's Democrats also gained about two dozen seats in the House of Represen-
Also favored here 3-to-l was 2nd Congressional District RepresentativeDon loss of votes to Smith was almost double- 1266. tatives in Tuesday's voting while Republicans retained a slim majority in
Fuqua; D-Altha, who racked up 3,199 votes in Bradford County to 1,110 Bradford County has 7,322 registered Democrats and only 557 registered the Senate. The increase of Democratic power' in the House is expected to influence -
for his West Florida Republican opponent, Ron McNeil. Incomplete returns Republicans. "ifc the President to moderate his policies in mid-term and become more
from the district gave Fuqua 61 percent of the vote to McNeil's 39 percent. In the non-partisan balloting for reterjtiomof\ four District Court of Appeal willing to work out compromises with the House majority


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}j jJ No Gas Tax, Voters Say


: J .1 To County CommissionBradford

County voters are nothing if not consistent.In .
II, Tuesday's election they turned down a proposed one-cent per gallon
j J. gasoline tax by 54.5 percent of the vote. In 198Osame county, same

. .,,' referendumthe rejection was 56 percent.
. Only two precincts,' where residents might be expected to be more con-
i cerned about road maintenance voted in favor of the proposed tax. Precinct
lOB, the southern tip of Bradford County bordering Big and Little Santa Fe
Lake approved the measure 161 to 147. Precinct 8B. traversed by partially
t .-.. paved Bessent Road, favored the tax by 66 to 56.
'&,\ .. rr The total vote was 2,154 against; 1,815 for. In 1980. with a larger voter turnout
l. ,; due to being a presidential election year. the count was 3.068 against
2,365 for.Caught.
::1 between dwindling revenues from all sources depleted cash carrv.
over funds and a 10-mill( cap on advalorem taxes the County Commission
\ \ decided months to make another stab
ago at getting a one-cent per gallon
gasoline tax approved. The board discussed mounting a drive this lime to inform .
,;;; voters of the need for additional revenue for "paving and maintaining

.I'" roads operating transportation systems and for other lawful purposes "
;! But the campaign never got off the ground.
With millage now at 9.43, the county can raise only some $75.UK) in new r
property taxes before reaching the 10-mill( cap. Plus about two-thirds of '
homes in the county were removed from the tax roll when homestead exemption I'
reached $25,000, costing some $565,000 in taxes over a three.\\&lr
period.It ,
is estimated that around $150,000 would be raised by a one-cent gasoline I
:tax.and would help theComm4sstonsgoal etpavngoneeoadperyearii' the 4 .
7"::art'ft county, if money is available.

Maybe the Commission decided that 1982 just wasn't a good gear; to plug a ,
r new tax of any description. But there still remains that nagging question: I

,a ni'N hr "' 4u .'t. tSRd" What about the shortage of funds next year?


.,. Amendments Passed

Death Scene...

The front of the car driven by off-duty Starke policeman Nelson B. into the path of the Jackson vehicle. By Local VotersCrimeconscious
(Sonny) Jackson is shown burled in the car driven by Atllla G.Toth.78,of Toth's body lies at bottom left of photo as Florida Highway Patrolman'
r' Starke. Toth was killed and Jackson Injured in the crash on US-301 north questions witnesses Tuesday afternoon.
at Market Road. Toth turned left, across US-301 headed for Market Road. See story and photograph on Page 6B. voters in Bradford County and the state at large gave
'( strong support Tuesday two controversial amendments they believed
would strengthen the hand of law enforcement officers in dealing with en-

; mianls.The vote in Bradford County was 3,190 to 1,317 in favor of Amendment No.
Theressa' Firemen, Limit. Coverage: Range: 2, and 2,372 to 1,367 for Amendment No. 3. On the basis of incomplete returns.

...... '-' Florida voters gave a 63 to 37 percent endorsement to No. 2, which eases the
The Board of County Commis- dated October 28 the department tion to the plan for limiting its all other volunteer departments will standards of admissability for evidence obtained by police in criminal cases.
sioners rejected a proposal by the notified the commission that after October coverage to the immediate Theressaarea continue to answer calls in their pre- Floridians also gave a favorable 60 percent vote for No. 3. which allows
Theressa volunteer Fire Departmentfor 31 any calls made in this area but that no county funds were sent districts which were expanded to judges to hold, without bail persons who would present a t hreat to the safety
payment by the county, on a per would be billed to the county at $15 budgeted to pay for coverage in the include areas up to the Starke city of the community if released.
call basis, when the Theressa department per man, per call, per hour, and $50 extended area. limits when the Bradford Volunteers Both measures were supported by Gov. Bob Graham, Attorney General
makes "first response" fire per truck per call, per hour, with a The board said Theressa will con- ceased functioning. These depart- Jim Smith, county sheriffs, and police officers at the local I level. They were
calls beyond the boundaries of its minimum of $250. tinue to receive the $1,000 funding' ments include Lawtey, Heilbronn, opposed by some defense lawyers, public defenders, and civil libertarians
originally assigned district. "This action is due to the problemof budgeted by the commission for the New River, Brooker, and Hampton. who said the rights of the individual would be endangered under the proposed -
Following the folding of the Brad antiquated equipment, and the fact 1982-83 fiscal year. Crouse said Lawtey and Hampton amendments.
1 ford Volunteer Department several that equipment belongs to the The original Theressa fire district would also answer calls in the Griffis Supporters of Amendment No. 2 said it was designed to bring Florida law
. months ago, the Theressa VFD Theressa Department was purchasedwith assigned by the County Fire Council, Loop area. in line with federal law and keep criminals from going free due to minor
t; assumed responsibility for an area, funds from the support and dona- starts three miles south of the city Crouse said all calls from the unin- technical flaws in police searches for evidence. At present, Florida law is
extending to the Starke city limits and tions of the people of the Theressa limits sign on SR-100, running south to corporated areas should be made to more stringent in regard to admitting such evidence than is federal law.
" including Griffis. Loop. In a letter area," the letter stated. "Our department the Bradford County line near 964-6161, the county jail, where the Florida Law now bars from use as evidence information police get by wear-
o feels, if the Board of County Keystone Heights,east and west sidesof dispatcher will call the department ing body recorders to tape conversations in people's homes without a search
Commissioners want fire protection SR-100; from Intersection of CK-18 nearest to the fire. warrant. Federal courts allow such monitoring and its results can be used as
it would have found some possible and SR-100 westward approximately At Monday's commission meeting, evidence in federal trials.
means of support to that effect. two miles to SE 15th St.; from in- the board was exhorted by Merritt Supporters of Amendment No. 3 said the denial of bail proposal was
< Percy Sullivan, Jr., Theressa fire tersection of 21B and SR-100 Williams, Starke insurance agent, to designed to keep dangerous criminals off the streets before their trials. It
1 chief, who attended the Monday Nov. southward to intersection of SE 43rd find some way to fund the volunteer would give judges more authority hold crime suspects considered a threat
2, county commission meeting in support St., to include Silver Lake area. departments, but received no en to the community or the judicial process. The proposal also deleted
of his department's proposal, In a statement Tuesday, Nov.2, Bill couragementsee references to bail from the Florida Constitution, paving the way for more
was told the commission has no objec-: Crouse Fire Council president, said ( Fireman.... P.ZA) pre-trial releases of persons held for minor crimes

J Commission Needs One Set of Standards for Grading Roads II"Va'U

.' ,' better paint with the same home back behind some chicken who wanted a road graded to sign a .Agreed to discontinue the requirement Commissioner- Norman said the

> : THUSSDAY.Od.25 brush," warned Commissioner E.W. houses. Does the county grade a much sheet called a maintenance agree- for culverts with mitered ends, mitered ends are dangerous, that sawa
I;.' Bradford County School Board, Hodges when the board was discuss longer road to the new house? ment. It's the only record of graded which the state Department of child cut his face badly on the sloped II
l MootingA.M.. ing what standards to go.by in Ellington says when a property roads the county has. Transportation has been requiring. edge at the end of a culvert.
''",.-. ,... -- grading roads.. owner tells him to leave a road alone, If they haven't signed that they
.; that's exactly what he's been doing. want their road graded, don't touch it
i- ? t1){ JV Tornado* Gam Clearly In a 'quandry, Road,
Foreman Leon Ellington appealed to The commission agreed it wants to with a ten foot pole suggested Chair
t' viCloy <
IHS St.dl -- standards he can follow. The discussion but for years the county has Ellington offered to go by the sheets '
: SPCCP--* arose. the commissioners tried graded roads to a landowner's home. and grade no other roads, but the 'I
:, f Rod FoM/Socond Hanging to decide whether or not to grade By law the county'loses its rights to commission nixed that idea.If For
;'. ::,,: Stark Women' Clw-S '.M. three roads requested by residents. a road it has not maintained for four the road is numbered and on the Lawtey CommissionWith
.. ..-..' Repeatedly telling the board he years, county attorney Dudley Hardy county map, there is no way the county -
confirmed when can close it, Carter pointed out.
I Chairman Maxie
SATURDAY :works for the county and wants to do only two candidates qualifying The two council members will be in-
SI. Idward Perish .....*. what the board says, the road Carter, Jr. asked. Finally the board agreed with.Commlssion for two open seats on the Lawtey city stalled Jan. 3.
'rI.-T AJM. to P.M. foreman posed questions none of The board however, could not E.L. (Nook) Norman's commission, it won't be necessary to City Attorney Richard Welty asked
'f : $*..-10 A.M.'te 4 P.M. which the. board answered with certainty. agree lengthy on discussion.a set of standards. even after motion to table the issue until the next have an election this December. the council Monday night, Nov. 1, if it
.' meeting. Meantime, the board asked wanted to install Harris
Mrs. Laura Harris to fill the seat
TUESDAY. Nov..A.K.C For instance what is the road Only thing agreed upon by Ell a newcomer to
that the maintenance agreement left
who open by the death of Councilman
Lawtey has attended commission
and board
ington the.
is the
, ? .. Mtlnf7i30 foreman supposed to do when a lan- county sheets be copied so.the road foreman and Shorty Priest. Councilman Buster
doesn't interested in city
want, to take on,, more
$ P.M.-Svn.hln. Acr** downer tells not to any
'.. a grader operator roads because the Road partment'a can have a copy. government. Is the only qualifierfor Bennett said that he thought the council
go back on a road the county has been should stick with the decision
CowiKll-7i P.M.4.mptee for five graders have all they can' In other action on road the Group 2 seat vacated by the
Irookor '- county's maintaining position yean.several,What Is later the, :do to keep up with the current 377 commissioners county late Shorty Priest.Councilman leave the spot vacant until January,
yean members
new ordinarily
miles Emmett step
Coulldl-7s00 ".Me: when the road is in bad shape again of graded road. Bright into office..
qualified to retain his
: and the landowner says to come back,, "MI'tell.you',' 'man. It'll drive "Told Ellington to get more priceson and got no Group 4 seat isfinishing Everyone on the council agreed as
Y..O and grade it i ., 'craxy" said a clearly frustrated ku- a sloper blade to replace a 1964 his opposition. Bright well as Mrs. Harris. "Just as .
first sure as
KKnl Pray** .*..(.*. What to do when a man puts a gate ington.. model one firm priced at $3,000. Ell- up term on the council. we did that someone would I
TOO A.M. Domrlloff ".10 across a road the county has main" Back In un former Road Depart. ington said he'll try,but the price was something about it say
.' Pint u...... ........ Church tained and says do not grade past the; 'ment employee Arch Ellington and from. the only manufacturer of. the Qualifying closed Oct. 19. Elections Harris, who commented
hi traditionally held the was present at the
_gate... Then. the. man. builds a new, Donna (Bryan) Branson got everyone blades, that be knows of. fit may December. meeting.IJ .





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Hospital Bond; Issue iFroistressiLng; '

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Selection of a bonding authority Inemtrs I ,i(jr ;the; .duration of the .c"Heet who has started on
the$? million issue proposed double Wyearjpfoposed bond isstleait4\ .thentheyNvqulcCnaye preliminary plan for the aiidiiiur, S
the Biee'of Bradford County Hospital hofunctioq.By : : O'Sleen said,

: was discussed with the county .com law, the hospital's" board of Tentative! plans call for some iMM>

mission Monday Nov. 1. trustees is the only group which, can square feet of additional space! tohouse's "
BCH administrator C.E. (Rip) '' the *, and maybe 70. rooms Their
'not 'serve as' bonding authority
'the administrator Said will be a new entrance facing -iiii-/"
special meeting at 8 p.m. Nov. 15 to Koad, phis new facilities'! fnr i>nu''wncy.
further discuss the options available. O'Stee said. the bonding operating, recovery sterile supply.
Requirements of slate 1 law are 'that ,mechanism needs 10. be hi place as ph'sicallherapy, radiolog md
I either the county commission or an soon as possible so the bonds can be public works! operationsThe
appointed 5-member' health facilities sold when the'market Is, right. In-
{ 1 authority can be the bonding; authori terest rates have been falling lately" present hospital wil, ) ,bi..
/ tyCommissioners and. O'Steen hopes ,to' sell the certificates remodeled for the administralive
h Ij agreed to be' the no higher than:12 or-13 per- Lion, including' laboratory stodietary ( I'
bonding authority, but neither was icent. maintenance. busines, ..11
......... there an objection to the' health Santa Fe. Health 'Care Systems, free, medical records, !and perhaps! ;11 r
....... facilities authority except the board parent company of BCH and Alachua, fitness center. O'Steen told (the coin

............. would have .to. keep reappointing, General Hospital. has an In-house, ar- missioners.

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.......... i Lawtey Council Gives Payraise to PolicemanLawtey I

....... City Council approved a by'Bennett was carried unanimouslyby Bradford Count Hospital, returned
....... .. ... u raise for part time Policeman Skip the council. to the motel and discovered that ih'
...... + Phillips -match the salary being Jordan also mentioned to the coun- bottles were emptyAfler
drawn by co-worker Phillip Kearns. cil that Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse a couple of phone call.rou-
21 Earn Straight-A's at Starke Elementary... Police Chief M.M. Jordan made the' should be commended for helping a located some ,in Jacksonville .nil>

made at Slarke *\ request at the regular meeting Mon- tourist staying in Lawtey two weeks went and got -it." Since thent'i on >e
:: student straight-.Vs
These 21 lial- Douglas. alegiuihretR
Second row Oan.iviM'"IU' day night, Nov. 1. Jordan told .the ."According: to Jordan. Crouse said thai the tourist had written him
= Flemenaryforthefirslsit-weeksgradtngperiodnhidi: Brian Nrlstm. (kohended
Kim :: Ocl. I 12. council that Phillips did the same was called to help a man staying at in thanks for the services he: rendi-i-crt
I Kuhn.They
= ) bins Jeff Hester.l.d.i work and deserved the same money the Trail Motel with a'respiratory while they were In need of help
are roKc', H1I1 nJtt"I.d.lIt' Kuhn. Sle e
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:: Front row : Barhara Crawford. K.xlHIa Denton. Barber, Tara Hi.1"", Lunger. Kelly Carter. Toni "Both" of them are doing a real good problem. The tourist had run out of
:: Stephanie Sellers. Crystal llreer, (.andu... :Norman.. ( \nt\Johnv job commented Jordan. The raise oxygen and Crouse located a bottle of
:\Iar'u"ahon, Urnch Thornton. PeSue. Dorothy r.1(1 ;;1 will mean a $110 per month increasein it for the man. Problems arose when
:: pay for Phillips. The motion made two bottles of oxygen he got from the THE BRADFORDCOUNTY

II Dampier's Gun Permit Application Gets Stall 1 from County Commission Published Starke 135, W.Flonda every Call Thursdayat 32091 Street

= An application by Pee Wee Dam- here and in area mental health clinics "Is the next step for me to get a n attorney The board is thinking of increasing Attorney Hardy said the county Second Class postage paid at
=- pier for a permit to carry a concealed since the June 4 incident. and sue the board," Dampier the $25 fee required to file an application commission would have little liability Starke FlondaSubscription
= weapon has been tabled until the "A young man jumping on a man asked < for a gun permit. Administrativecosts if the persons receiving a gun permitwas ,
l :: December meeting by the Bradford my age isn't a sporting event," Dam- "That's your next step," attorney are four or five times that of good preyious character. If the Rates:
= County Commission. pier told the commissioners. Hardy replied, meaning after the amount, commissioners say. board issued a permit to a mental patient -
S Dampier. whose application has Sheriff Reddish reminded Dampierthat commission's decision. Commissioners are also concernedthat it might well be liable.In in-trade area: 10.00 per year

:: been pending two months said he assault on a person is insufficient mmission' Hart's motion to table if a person was issued a gun pen the past the commission has talk' $5.50 six months
= doesn't understand what the problemis reason to kill. The sheriff said Dam- UII'M' ,: the Dec meeting was passed mit by the board, the county might be ed several local businessmen into
:: when the law allows the commis pier is trying to fix himself up to be unanimously liable for the actions of the person. withdrawing an application to carry a Outside trade area: $11.00 per year

= sion to issue gun permits. either dead or in prison. Dampier said -m, 'ng the meeting, the (board as "You can't tell me we wouldn have firearm, convincing them to go along $6.00 six months
Obviously stalling, hoping to he doesn't intend to shoot Keuning inlormed another permit application some responsibility one commissioner with the board's policy against issuing
::: discourage Dampier from seeking a unless there is no other alternative.It r .s been issued. a gun permit to anyone
;:' gun permit, commissioners and is against his philosophy to have
::. Sheriff Dolph Reddish repeatedly J people carrying pistols up and down
:: asked Dampier to voluntarily the streets of Starke, the sheriff said.
withdraw the application. The com- Reddish pointed out Florida law
mission has never granted a gun per- was changed during the last session of
mit to anyone since the county the legislature. Now it is legal to havean
adopted an ordinance to issue gun unconcealed firearm in a vehicle. r -
permits in Nov. 1977. a person's home, place of business or
on a person on his own property Reddish
Though it obviously doesn't intendto said he assumes Dampier would
issue a gun permit to anyone, the have been within his rights to have .. '. I I
board is following the process of law
had a weapon on his tractor.
with the Dampier application. During Sheriff Reddish told Dampier he ; .i'! S3S
the month's delay the committee onDampier's will not recommend to the commission

application, commis- that a gun permit be issued to
sioners Homer Hart and E.W.
him or anyone else. '
Hodges are to meet with Dampierand Hearing that, commissioner Homer
character references designated Hart, who had asked for the sheriff'sstatement Denmark. Furniture CO.
by Dampier. to determine if Dampieris recommended that the
a proper character to be issued a
board issue
not a gun permit to Mr
permit Monday, Nov. 8, at 8 p.m.
Dampier or anyone else. It would be
Dampier. 68, said he wants to carrya opening a can of worms, liar said. Fall Clearance.. Sale
pistol to protect himself from a "Not having. gun permit might keep

former mental patient who says he ..you from.gOlng..to..B.alfQld.or.. e_ g
hears voices telling him Dampier is a;' killed" Hart.told D8mpier.'I ....,.v
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Russian spy and shouldo'be'S "Have t'cnmptferllvitfi
eliminated. Walter Keuning, 28. attacked Dampier pressed. Yes,'" said'Chairman ; OQ, yy
Dampier last June 4, dragging Carter.
him off a tractor beating and kickingthe County attorney Dudley Hardy said $
older man. A motorist is with the t
passing nothing wrong county s or .,
stopped the attack. dinance, but he said the committeehad \ fGy t ;' ar, tt $r0w41 #T; t4 (.' .t ,, w. "+
Keuning, charged with battery was better meet on Dampier's application 1 ft SQltd, !
committed to the North Florida to satisfy the process. Otherwise
Treatment & Evaluation Center for Dampier could ask the court fora SaaBrW'

six months as an inpatient in circuit permit on the grounds the ,rommis Gun Cabinets
court action Tuesday morning Nov. sion did not allow him due process of 48" Solid Cedar Chests
2. He has been held in the county jail law 6 and 8 Gun Sizes

I, JROTC News : -=- =-1 1H Choice$17995 Priced of Finishes From $ 7995

> ('./U. McKinney: school's Homecoming( festivities by
marching in the parade. They march 3m&& w yKr''
Color Guard AclKiles ed in battalion formation with! the c'9 =s:
On Friday Oct. 8, the JROTC Tornado Battalion Commander and his staff in o.cca l ktf'X. .1
Battalion Color Guard retired front. followed by the Color Guard, n ya
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the old and the ,v > *fff
presented new National "A" Company, "B" Company and
Colors (American Flag) in for (then the Drill Team.
mal ceremonies at Bradford Mid Cadets firm ('p
die School. Under the instruction and On Saturday, Oct. 9 two of Bradford r ,
leadership of C /Lt. McKinney, the High School's JROTC Tornado Bat Y+
task went well thanks to the efforts of talion's most outstanding cadets h only".i ,,..
C /Sgt. Jolly, C./Pvt. Tison C /Pvt. C /Lt C. Stuart Pauley and C ILl C 1
Robinson and C /Pvt. Anderson, the Edward Crews, attended ierm 1 Spa'Xrftiy
Color Guard members. "I feel Sofa Love Seat & Chair ,
combat field training exercises with ? '' .M>on"l
Mr. McKinney and his group did a the University of Florida's ROTc Early American liarlll''r>' >ilduo .Aa/d o t *i -I'
fine job," said Mr. McKinney, prin- senior cadets at the Camp Blanding Print'Velvet .,
cipal of the Bradford Middle School Training Center. Antron Nylon

and the master of ceremonies at this Cadets Pauley and Crelslt're\ \ in Brown tones, Reg.349" CLOE OUT 24995

event. chosen for this exercise by the Tor
ItalUlion Arli\ile Also on Friday. Oct. 8, the JROTC Instructor"". Colonel William L. Otte
Tornado Battalion participated in the and the University of Florida's SAI.

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both Hodges and Commissioner E.L
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( Nook) Norman' said they were not t' .
voting for any new taxes on the peopleof $ im ti -
Williams who was chairman of a
Bradford Bedroim'Suite)
committee the commission County. Tables -Mapl : Finish
by to Williams charged it took collusionfor Marble Top Cigarette

come up with a method of raising the three commissioners Hodges 59" and '69'* 7 drawer triple dresser: w''oval .mirror
funds for the volunteers, said the Reg.
is in violation Norman and Homer Hart'' to agree 5 drawer chest panel bed and
county of state fire laws not to attend .
t an Oct. 12 called -
by not providing necessary funds for meeting where methods of financing Close Out at 3995 each 2 drawer nite chestWas'799"
+ the
unincorporated areas. The committee
the volunteer departments were to be

r and later first an assessment suggested a on meter structuresin tax, discussed. "And there's a good : : CLOSE OUT $ 5 9 500 -
chance that telephone records couldbe h 'M3ifa :
the unincorporated areas as used to prove it," Williams said. ::
money-raising possibilities, but both
"County volunteers must gel out of ,
were described as unconstitutional by bed and get to the fire station before a
county attorney Dudley Hardy. truck can roll. As far as I'm concern rus i '

When asked ed it's money thrown 'away unless a
by Williams for their
opinion on the proposed assessment. station is manned 24 hours a day," - r l as
Commissioner Homer Hart said.
1-.6 ily
II ; is Sofa and :"ChairContemporary :: _. .T5; Dinette --'-
Special Olympics ThursdayThe *, :pc. ,. Suites

:'iaSd Sar ',Priced'From

Ihril of Olympics competition will soon bring the J joy<< of, athletic\ '
achievement to the mentally handicapped children of Bradford County now '$349s"J $9995

The local Winter Special Olympics will beheld Thursday morning: \ 4. Was M59"/ '
from 9 a.m. lo I p.m. at the Bradford Middle School gym. .1. '
Activities will include gymnastics bowling! run-dribble-shoot basket butt. ,Many Other: Items Sale Priced Throu hout The Sto're' -
and team basketball events. Children are allowed to compete at their own\
I level of ability in the variety of events. .
The program is designed lit encourage mentally handicapped and other 4 DEMMAD'I
developmental! disabled children to build their bodies through physical ac PJJnTPBtl'
tivity and find the joy of winning through personal effort. The motto for the ; ;
nationwide program. is. "L "
attempt. .
Local Special Olympics official Mary Strong estimates 85 children and .43" W"C St. f' ''( .StBfke::FIB: :r':I' ai H
adults will be on hand Thursday for the local games.Those participating
the local level have the opportunity to qualify in the District Olympics ((9 be L
Est 964-5027
: bhshed'tn 1923 ''
hosted by Starke in December. :(! : .
( Everyone is invited to come out and e'njo'lhe fun and competition/; .. .. .. 4..4. _+A,4Y.rlA.dlVair/1y1 Yf14 rte's* Y ,ra1 MnA

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Nos ember t l'! 82 TKI.K: 1K.\VH l'aI.\: :

Only. 1 BBS Student! Earns All-A's I School Lunch Menues...

Ur<....-...lu.. \.... HI. Bfi'( V..,IoI..hl.u" "pn',..t
Junior coed Michelle Bradford County :Middle School: hang A ihwm iwiiilu"" ". ttihh.iKi' slaw iixrrvcnhhliT .
Kimutls, now from 76-84 up from 70-81 a :D' is Juniors: Gwendolyn Brown Moni- I .
, and all elementary''sehotlsMendip milk
Kim tl oftS and Mrs.the Edward F. from 70-79 up 'from 60-69 last year. que Chandler, James Christmas. Vrt Mot'"rnd.'II. hrmr Mm, finlimulii -,, rnur..1.o.x.> 11.1'",... ..""",.... I......* .arnd.'
rke, is only Bradford This year 69 is a railing grade compared Cheryl Furrow. lana Pollard Mary pouches. milkTurnriiit ,ippliduir" huu'rn.rdrhxpurr.' | Iml. roll milk
High student of 1,025 to earn to 59 last year. Richardson, Faith Roberts, Michelle ,Nm.s.Kridihitkrni manlx-d P..IJI.HT, trMit. ,,... I..:siunhfin w m"',u MIHV, tlumvMIX
stralf 1t.A's for the first six-weeks The move was made to adjust BUS Stillwell John Tinsler Darrell gravy green hI',," .rhrrn pie' hiwuiin. milk itjriifii xaliiil'' |'|'l"'*'ncp' .Inn ,..11.l milkI.Vf.ltTK ,
grading period which ended Oct. 12. standards to the Florida Assessment Wagner Julee Wise. tttdnrxfait.. ,...v 'ln-Hawf Huns t'hnsm mixmliid. ,
milk hm nillnTtiiirvdm.
One other student earned Test on which 70 Is the lowest passing :\....p.Bffiirnible """P. ..rwwIINIHI. .. .\

A's but an unsatisfactory citizenship straight- grade Miss one Kimutis teacher says. Sophomores: Marion Allen Brenda .'r""' ...,fruit. V., a regular the
grade kept him off the list. Several on Griffis cheese mil, milk, hun iiiilkiti.iktii. .
Bawek Philip Crews ...
other students missed straight-A list, is enrolled in English Turdasn..r'rc.cImrgera. .. 'In nth Ir. I IIIlIlk..k.
out by just a III-A Spanish I Marie Innocent Rosaland Lennon Bradford High School .... pare .
few physics algebra III County
points in such subjects as applied and Tonia Park Stephanie Redding Tan- Hi-ilni-slj. \01'. i lu.:siii....l H.I in t .hw..< :Vin.l
mathematics and computer science. annual staff. She is also a ja Rigby, Catherine Roach Rhonda :Mimdat.Vn.Mot'h.k..n, *Rlc' ..hi'.to shx. .rwnbttinn. wch, gum. Irriii.h lr..it iinlk,> u.skq.
member of the BUS t ,... .. .
cross country d fruit. cup i-imkio .u.. milkTurodu Shur.da.x.. liifM-tMiriiiv trmih Irnnimlki.ri.ikr
The first six-weeks is usually a team the Key Club, annual staff, and Sapp Kay Watson, Catherine Zam- 6 4 .. :No.. ttlliamhurKi'r <>n sun .liliiMr. ft *
rough one as students battle getting is vice-president of the Junior Class. bito. InmatoIrcnrhfreettiu, ."ilatrpuddingmilk' ,' t'rkI.u.. U.l'i//... In',"'" Inn. rnilkxliakiitMOBILE
back down to work and as teachers Forty-six more BUS students or 4.5
strive to establish standards for the percent' of the 1,023 student body Freshmen Douglas Ashley

year. earned all A's and B's for a place on Kelliene Baldwin, Amy Benson
Another factor keeping usual the first six-weeks honor roll Marsenna Brantley Amy Clark
: 4 --- ------- --
students off the list this Terri Fender, Joseph Griffis, Erika
times seniors, 10 juniors 13 sophomores, There's Only One...
increased grade standards. To and 18 freshmen. Gruen James Hayes, Lynn Holtzen-
make an A' a student now must havea dorf Karen Martin Sharon Martin. ...Slralght-.V student at BUS this

94 average, up two points from 92 Senior: Susan Alvarez Charlotte Valarie McCloud Theresa McCollum six-NeekS. It's this petite Michelle: '
last year. A 'B' is now from 85 to 93, Coley Lori Flynn and Terri Marla Reddish Tamera Rhoden Rita Kimutls. also junior class \icr-:
compared to 82-91 last year; a 'C' is Hamilton. Richardson Melissa Williams. president and cross: country runner 1

I 24-Hour Computer Card Gas Wins City for Register. Oil


Register Oil's computer card unattended fleet service center allows give each department a computercard. trustees are Mrs. Jean Chitty and
operated fleet service center won the a business or government agency to Brad Carter.
gasoline bid from the City of Starke buy gas 24-hours per day and 7 days HOME CLOSE OUT
though the Gulf gas will cost a penny per week. A computer printout comes "That service would save us over Accepted the resignation of .Mrs.
more per gallon with the bill each month. $400 per year," said Councilman Jimmy Cecelia Terwillegar from the city zon- Don I mm lh.big. mgi that can o yours now kdchenscomptel.wdllehgeralo'sandrangeson ,t
Corona mobile hom s Entry on* ha. Low paces and rp financing on eit>cl model*
Thomas Oil low bidder Crosby who also pointed out that ing board. The terms of Mrs. Ter many
was on the That service would most lots ol comtorlabl living .pact and smart will mke it easy *oi you to buy now
: city's 40,000 gallon per year contract prove Thomas Oil already has a larger willegar and Joe Williams expired
valuable to his
department 150,000 gallon contract from Sept. 30.
:; at $1.024 per gallon not including per year
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. It a
state sales tax which the city does not quickly found that city streets crews was the city. Approved full city benefits for 1

: have to pay. Register Oil bid $1.034 and firemen who have to go on In other action Tuesday night Nov. electrical workers who have recently / PSI d
:: and Torode Oil
gallon 1083.
per emergency calls at any hour would 2, the council: quit the union under which they were S r
The Register Oil bid included the offer find the service a valuable tool. not receiving the same fringe benefit

: of the fleet service center pumps Now department heads have to be Named Warren Winkler a city pay as non-union city employees. One
!: at the gas company's office site. Using called out to open city pumps. bond trustee replacing Charles Fran employee for instance was losing $12

computer cards to draw gas the Freeman Register III agreed to cis whose term expired. Other bond .per week lonegevity pay. Register to win a new home! You won't believe

You might' "win, it b'.ind-ww, I BHS Invites Parents to Observe Education WeekAn 1 bath single-wide, mobile" homo Oon "noss the great Savingsyou'll

this chance No purchase ,< 'I'l''vs'ut
open house for parents is set at 7 special time of year a time when troduction of faculty and staff (This alter void where prohibited h1 .,lw. find.
:: p.m. Nov. 18 at Bradford High School Bradford High School along with members visits to the classes of Register' now
-;: in observation of American Educa- other schools across the nation, take a students by parents and a reception in STEEL BUILDINGS
tion Week Nov. 14-20. concentrated look at any problems the school media center. Through the

faced by our schools and by educationin open house activities the BHS facultyand All new. Buy direct. Community Mobile i Homes
= "A Strong Nation Needs Strong general," says BUS Principal Jim staff will seek to increase local 50x75x10$1.99sq. ft. \,[Molt. NE'tEs
== Schools" is the theme of Education Duncan. awareness of parents and other US 301 St k'K
===== Week. citizens to the school and its faculty Other sizes availableCall ,-

"American Education Week is a The program will include an in- says Principal Duncan. toll frv. 1-*>>-34M301 ,


I Hampton Seeks $450,000 Federal Improvement Grant

_-. '_-? An application for a $450,000 for a the
Marshall grant application is asking The grants are funded by the
--- community development block rant for $450,000 for the improvements Department of Housing and Urban
----- was approved unanimously in a in the city: Development a federal agency. '.
= special Hampton City Council -A'
-- meeting Saturday Oct. 3.
= The grant would involve some

sag drainage work to be done in the city !
= = and other that would be aimed '
projects lad B' i tc.oc.k
=r-JT to moderate income '

rsrrs.- families According in Hampton.to City Attorney Mary 'f2. e / NOMt PUltN''M'NO al Nrl..

SB Victory Baptist Chapel FREE GIFI
1.I 1.
, ?Srfi Revival Nov. 7.10

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ivJSFiS' Victory Baptist Chapel 'corner- 3iarae -' "I 'n '" -
KSv-w Florida Ave. and Short Street In-- : ., -
, .'::0.1 : i 'tarke',' ;will host revival'INovmt! t 'jq'. tt ddr tEScsasPO "nlr+= t'1""mt:' :; ;"*f!"rs"la ? tl'r an: t;.".',.!:f.J' '.. .
. through Nov; 10, with services beginning
:=..:: at 7:30: nightly. City .. state .Zip.

:::::::.::: Special evangelist speaker will be Phone .__ CH Home Owner O Rent I
=- :: the Rev. Ben Bryant pastor First
::::::- Baptist Church of Starke. Special

:::::=." music and a nursery will be provided. .Th...d n..1 I.. ar Urn h.w....will,1"
==- .:: The public is cordially invited to

:=== come and join us in worship. Pastor of Bn i w Ark About FORME.
our new church is Bob Cooper. lcoc.kMO.
=-- .' P"ltN'.M..o Ca NT...
:'z-= Legal Notice


rr-: CITY ORDINANCE Make a qualifying deposit when you
:f :;:i\J
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ol the y9't open an Investment Checking ,
:-- + proposed enactment of on ordinance by: '
: the Stark City Comml..ion'.ntilled: Account, NOW Checking Account, or ; ":'(
; An ordinanc. amending Ordinance FREE us 10 '''<
Individual ,' '
Retirement Account. ', .
_:;;;.w'j{fJKIo. 218A to Incr.oatcor '' jof FREE

SE 'month.trustees to seventy-live!". >' dollars per. .*, aLi Make a deposit of $500 or more in "' 13

- ..etv. Ihe proposed ordinanc. will be called up!I a savings account or purchase = =:J74
y for.at the second next reading regular meeting and possible ol the passage Stark f Certificate of Deposit-and pick : "

y:City Commission at 7:OO p.mw November. gift of Fortune. _
s '\ ';16 1982 at Stork City Hall. Interested your ,

parties may appear at the meeling and b. w,,,...........,.-..I-Ofngs.. wmrNn t5 a
:'d'' heard with respect la the proposed or. IJ_ _G.kubnal0axl.... ''nolo.lIulO. ,RnunNO, ...d'' '......
X Nln'Ow.Ss wft ..... ,
i dinance. Th. proposed ordinance beInspected .
may 5I wgwcum. ITOe dcewn un5Ne utolOow' 6100( you
--:1i';r by the public at City Hall. &500001), 19000. 110000., 1"000 lIlY..',
: t. 900 4 999 I 99t .4 99t 5 e.r
Itchg 11/04
.. ,. t Foley Utensil.,s. FREE FREE ANY ANY ANY S I ,
:t..t -
.. 2 Pa '....Ia Pin&Penc"Set FREE FREE 2 3 3 96
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3 Wetdo.Alum FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE S I ? 12 .
4 Blank" S 2 FREE FREE ANY ANY S 7 tr
: PROPOSED 5 Anchor Hockn, Utility DISh S 3 FREE IREE 2 2 i..8__
;;: = 491'" CITy .QlIiANCE Mi is I. i 1/, I Bonom Pin' S 5 FREE FREE FREE FREE S'D' eT
=-,.fir R .SI..kKnMls S S FREE FREE FREE S'2S '
.;:;;; YOU ARE Ih.
t FREE fREE +.
H.m.IIOIIBOICft GnO r sa S. FREE f
=-:. proposed enactment, of an ordinance by'
10 GrandTOw16'TohB. sa S. 2 fREE FREE 315I
E the Slarke City Commission entitled: Regular size Canopy Bed 1 forum, Pa Sarver 5'0' 5 1 S FREE FREE SI7
;:.;::: 'An ordinance amending Ordinance spread, 12 AnchoHoc'"n' 81k"'Is.! S11 5 55 FREE FREE Sla
:::=:: No. 16O-A (Sub) 24. to require separate 13 Windsor locIIRidtO, 511 S14 510 55 FREE 522
=::-'. ::. electrical meters for och rental unit In all Canopy cover, box spring & mattress, 14 _Bend SlowCooloe' 51' S14 SID 55 FREE 522
7'::=. apartments, and rooming hou..., unless' 1 AI maSlonewioSd 519 S17 9j sa FREE S25 1
an equivalent deposit is provided by the and railsTo
? Offtf goody M Fortuna offic.in Cjinnwll.lakt Butltr Surtw.and Ktyitont I Hnyhtl Limned
:::::=:- owner. timo advartfjgt now wrutt supply its One!gift par account No phew or mail ode
_ Th. proposed ordinance will be called up Be Given Away December 24 1982 raqu.sts.pteast No 1uounutam..hangesor refunds Required minimum, deposit for a gift,
. must mmain on deposit t nx 60 days or nxx*.
-7 ; for second reading and possible passage hu.lan..wrhrw.
Ww i
at the next regular meeting of the Starke Come Register Nowl
City Commission at 7:00 p.m. November
16. 1992 at Starke City Hall. Interested "
. Jc.J 'llliIJ" ..11sd6 Fortune Federal has of accounts that
--- parties may appear at the meeting and be + Rybl a variety put your money to work 1 t t
.- heard with respect to the proposed or. """ '" earning interest for you.We also have a variety of gift premiums that 9

- : dinance. The proposed ordinance may be BIT" make depositing your money with us even more Interesting.And you
" inspected by the public at City Hall. may take home one of these useful premiums free or at a low discount'
Itchg 11/04 HOME FURNISHING CENTERS price as shown In the chart. Drop by our offices.Vtxi will find a financial

more legal page IIA elaa.Tu..s.a-.........__.___ service-and a handsome gift.-to suit your needs. ,l7fr fs

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c1 Nelliels' World of

mss- Hair Fashions
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t .Hairstylist- Latoria_ ,Herring} i get your"Carefree Curl + .- '.jo" \y. ,'" ,'

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1- :PHONE !964-4556. for. Appts. '; Walk-ins Welcome ITS W Main St : Over one billion dollars In assets. I tStIC.I tA\ L. i
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': 'Etori and'"' iriW' : Were Big In 1885. Economy ,.. I.. ,.I....'t. ',.)\ilt" )'''.'..P,. ,f:./t"\

'j 11 Amad prediction about Florida's future groves in Florida, has two villas in that it would some day be one of'the 1 become the great pleasure ground of -
j I. over 100 years ago by an Florida and is enthusiastic about the wealthiest states. It took me a long this nation, and when that has been ,1 .
unknown writer in The New York Daily '- future of that state. (Editor's note: time to understand what he means. If accomplished, it will accumulate ,j l' ; i ,
I Tribune seems to be on the the Orange County referred to above he bad made that prediction of wealth faster than any other portionof 'I' '''< \
,1 threshold oft fulfilment.tttrrhtarwrttersaid does not refer to Orange County Nevada I could have understood that the country'."
i Florida.) be was dazzled by the gold and silver '"
: : "Major B-S. Hen One hundred and five years after .'r
ring an old New Yorker, who has "In talking the other day be said: mines. It was only after I had spent this was written, The Tribune's ii- ;
transferred some of his interests in 'Ten years ago General Grant, after a some time in Florida that I appreciated writer if ho were alive today would ,
Orange County farms ,to orange visit to Florida, made a prediction what he meant.Florida will have the satisfaction of seeing his ,
coming true. Y.'t
long-range prediction
.. .. .. .f With population. Industry, and rii
; tourism Increasing by leaps and

::::. ',:: ,EDf: : -l.RII;( ; t.S': "":: '; is nation bounds taking,, it in its spite to toll obvious of In the other recession that parts General of that the

J.1 !\, ;' Grant must have been as adept with
.., ,
the crystal ball as he was with the
*t cannon ball.Starke .
was also attracting attentionin

Voters Send To Both Parties out-of-town newspapers around
Message 1886 with comments about its thriving
t citrus industry which was !knocked
out about ten years later by the hard

the voters were sending to the tor the needed rebuilding ol f freezes of the 1895-1889 period.

Although Florida Democrats leadership of both parties. the nation's deteriorating Interstate The following article appeared in
swept the state's ticketin highways, thus providing the Savannah Weekly News in 1886:

Tuesday's election, voting needed jobs to the nation's "As evidence of the growing
results: on the national level The campaign just ended impor-
unemployed "human l tance of Starke as a shipping point for +h
was largely one of fingerpointing
could not be called a ,
capital investment' in educa oranges and Sea Island cotton, we
."landslide" for the party. with each party trying tion and and submit the following information:
job retraining; a t
to blame the other for the of the
Neither could the verdict ,, After a careful examination
national to restore thnation's
rendered by the voters Tues- deplorable state of the policy e; books of the Florida Railway & .a,
and other problemsand productivity and 1 I Navigation Co. at this point we find
day lend any comfort to the economy failures, both foreign and competitiveness by rebuildingits that the shipments of cotton from Orange Trees Grew Tall
Republicans.: Far from beinga obsolete factories and replacing September 1, 1886 to Jan. 22. 1887.
domestic. The fact is that the amounted to 843 bales, or somethingover I
"mandate" to either side, country's difficulties are the worn-out machinery. $63,225 in receipts. The size of one of Bradford County's ,l*, ,,ite Uf U shown in this old I
Tuesday's outcome was more w I, Peek, and
result of factors photograph. Standing on pljti m. picking urnrs t omer early
like a warning to both partiesof many complex Economists have predictedthat "Oranges shipped from this place Starke educator, writer, and developer of Peek' subdivision cm Klngsley Lake.
dissatisfactation and including America'sdechning many of the workers who 1 between the above dates by freight,

uneasiness on the part of the productivity, due to have lost jobs in industriesthat ; express,and in carload lots were 7,000 been planted during Indian War days saying it was killed in the Big Freezeof

r electorate I for which both obsolesence of its older fac- have shut down duringthe one-bushel crates or, counting 160 by Major Harllee, commander of the 1895, and was later uprooted and
recession oranges to the crate, 1,120,000 fort using seeds he had brought from exhibited at The St. Louis Exposition
.cxvtical; are partly tories, labor problems and may the
camps oranges, which returned to
Charleston, S. C. By 1850 it was said to ).
be able to return to their
sponsible. other factors; high interest owners and placed in circulation here be the largest sweet orange tree in
rates; inflation, and the oil jobs because the plants will between $12,000 and 14,000 for Florida (some accounts said largestin There were several cotton gins in
I Pre-election forecasts were crises of the past. All of these not reopen. These industries oranges alone, and about $77,225 for the world) and bore 10,000 orangesin Starke in the days when cotton was
that the Democrats would difficulties cannot be blamedon cannot be competitive with cotton and oranges, to say nothing of a season. It could be seen for miles king and the Sept 6, 1889 Telegraph
probably the shipments of vegetables of all reported that machinery for yet
emerge with a 20 to Jimmy Carter or any othor foreign having kinds in their season."Ow' another gin had been ordered by
27-seat gain in the House, and past Democratic administration lower priced labor and more Messrs. Truby, Stemburg & Co."The
to last winter's disastrous
could possibly pick up two or as Republicans have sophisticated machinery. freeze, the here was American cotton gins are to housed,"
orange crop
I three additional seats in the sought to do. Neither party has advanced a reduced at the very least by one-half, the article said, "which is a compliment
Senate. Earlier in the camp plan to help such plants sur- and many estimate it at two-thirds a4y '., to Starke's inventive genius,
If President Reagan is to Mr J. T Fewkes, the inventor The
paign the Democrats had vive in today's competitiveworld. reduction. With the number of trees
American will do double
p claim credit for the gins
down each
slowing coming into bearing year
hoped for a much larger gainin the work of the English gins, and it Is
within next
the inflation rate and the recent crop will be immense' claimed the cotton ginned much
the House though conceding lowering of interest rates Mr Reagan has alreadyseen five years. cleaner. The new gin mill will be

the Republicans continued (although this has not yet the handwriting on the "Four-fifths of the oranges shipped located in the building formerly

control of the Senate bya benefited those seeking home wall and is changing the frhm Starke this season were grown cupied by J. I.. Gaskins as a gin house

narrow margin. The actual financing), he must also accept course of his extreme rightest within"a radius. of six miles of this and it will be repaired at once. Two

outcome however, was a gainof responsibility for the in- policies, even while he urged point. Starke bales of already cotton this have season.been 'ginned in

24 or more House seats for crease in unemployment from. voters to "stay the (Note: While the citrus industrywas -
the Democrats giving them a course"-whatever that might wiped out by the freezes of the (Note: The Gaskins gin house was
big majority while the the 7.4 percent rate, where it His 80s and '90s, the cotton industry con- located at W Madison and S. Thompson
was when he took office to the tinued until after 1915 when it fell Streets
preyto around and was reportedly killed in lust a stone's throw from
economics isn't and
Republicans kept control of his working the boll weevil insect that the first railroad which
10.5 percent it is today. For an punc- the blizzard of 1886 One letter station was
the Senate with a new total of cannot work but he has shown tured the bolls while
poor performance in these cotton feeding on published in The Telegraph many along the tracks between Call and
54 seats to 46 for the areas Mr. Reagan did not signs of adjusting it away them thus preventing the crop from .years ago gave a different account, Madison Streets.) .,
Democrats '' from its earlier excesses. Had maturing.)
"desetve and did ftot receive Hhr1 '.' ',. tslni'oetWeqiu ( I" "
9 !
the Republicans received a socalled."mandat&.at And another article from the R
'observerkthink -
Some ,W'ahyX gre t. endorsement inTuesday's arrinl_H__ la:" q
4 the polls Florida Times Union of December-
the results which'were voting.On Tuesday, the President might 1886 attested to the quality and productivity IOKESIItY = --- m

doubtless disappointing to the other hand, it must have interpreted it as calling of Bradford County

both parties might be better be admitted that Congres- for more stringent Reagan- oranges: II IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy 'r II

for the country in the long run sional Democrats ran a omics.As "Mr. S F. Gardiner, of the firm of David Norton
than if either party had obtained negative campaign against Gardiner & Pratt, of Starke, was in Bradford =
a landslide victory over Reaganomics, without submitting it is, neither side can the city (Jacksonville) yesterday and County Forester

the other. As it was, the any alternative ideas bask in the self-satisfaction of contributed bureau a cluster to the of Times.oranges Union contain-fruit In an effort to assist landownerswith Gainesville but is available for Brad

leadership of both parties has outlining what they would do an overwhelming victory. ing 30 remarkably fine specimens, tree planting needs the Divisionof ford County landownersJust

received a message of disap- to make things better. Democrats and Republicansknow growing in a solid mass. Forestry will provide a tree planting a last note reminder: the state
proval for their policies of the the voters have not machine this year out of a
is currently
Therefore, it is best that they ap- "It is the largest and finest cluster nursery running
past two years and for the received less than a landslide proved the finger-pointing ever received at this office, and was Certain places within the northeast majority of the tree species. availablefor
kind of negative campaignsthey tactics of either and Florida area have a lack of either planting If you need to order trees
victory which might have en- party, produced on Sampson Lake, in the
have waged in recent couraged them to "muddlethrough" both may be inspired to cor- center of the orange section of Brad- heavy equipment These or tree-planting I 11I\lr, 'h44tver Dtlrlw6e you.should con-
contractors. ate
necessary to I nid Ithe.\t.lI.ery soon, by placing an
months. In view' of this with old remedies rect their shortcomings and ford County. In that section are over provide services for landowners orderIf
100 ,and in of these
message from the voters, both rather than submitting a get on with bringing the coun- groves is the groves celebrated Fort one Harllee desiring to plant pines. Thanks to contributions you have any further interests or

parties should take warningand viable plan for getting the try out of the morass of recession tree, which to over 60 years old. Mr. from various Florida questions on,Uhe f tree! "plsntingniachme
steer a course of modera- economy back on course. Gardiner says that 15 carloads of timber industries landowners with .,howta: order trees to plant,
tion between Mr. Reagan's oranges have already been shipped tree planting needs In this area can w/ any;olrier"forestry matter which

right wing tendencies and extremes True, the Democrats have If they don't, bli- from Starke this season. The cluster now obtain a tree planting machine. comes lot. mind, contact'tho'''County
in the other direction made gestures toward a solu- cans will most certain be may be seen at the Everett Hotel." The tree planting machine can be Foresters: ,. Plant-those trees. )' t.tlq.b'!
leased landowners for
by area $5
advocated by the most liberal tion with some interestingnew cast out in 1984, and by that (Editor's note: The famous Fort day It has a three point hitch and can per J 'it' vifcd

Democrats. A message for ideas, including time hopefully the Democrats Harllee orange tree grew near the be pulled by farm tractors. This w: 1.11 t U l'sm'J&q: 9VU )(f
moderation seems to be what "infrastructure! will have defined and refinedan Santa Fe River and was said to have machine is, currently located in \ 10' 11.

alternative course. W r.-iTED.t'INAM I N 'i$ cif c

""rjn\vf'3 MI .
you are a vet with a problems;
I CY19ty Agents By need someone to talk with, WE ARE

State Needs Inspection Of Carnival RidesA BobbyTaylor .! HERE. Nam formed.Vets is iy'a..nonprefitorganization Nam-Vets

notebook and friends to help each other with
problems stemming from our time
recent accident at the spections& << and no public official The large state fairs ... served in the Vietnam Conflict::Just
employ ..
Jacksonville Fair spotlighteda is authorized to look call these numbers:964-8373(Dante)
loophole in state laws things over at permanent major midway companies or 964-6620 (Steve)J In Gainesville call
regulating mechanical uthrilJrides" amusement parks like Disney whose ride superintendents We surely can't fuss about the hesitate to quote a price because 374- 33l (Mike)!(' 'This tfalA avepage\
World inspect the machinery before weather the last week or so. Mild days there Is so much variation in quality nwnber and you have about 12
at carnivals and fairs. or ,at 'traveling car- the midway opens each day, and cool nights without a shortage or and because no real market or movement ,seconds to leave your name and
the nivals up in shopp- but the independent 1 excess of moisture has been ideal fora of pecans has established a number. Your call will be returned ai
At traveling
recent fair in ing mall paring lots. good bit of field activity. price frame. soon as possible.The .
Jacksonville a 15-year-old carnivals don't have such
Strawberry setting to virtually complete We will know about Gainesville hot-line number is
In supply and demand
teenager didn't notice 1963 the Florida resources, and traveling 378-1588 (Dave)
in our commercial fields,and it I and average prices after or you may stop by
anything wrong until he land- Legislature authorized the amusement shows aren't even looks like.growers are getting good I local auction today and after more our The Corner Drug Store at 1128 S.W.

ed on the ground thrown froma required to carry insurance, "live" in their plants. Growth has I pecans begin to move to other Vet 1st Ave., Gainesville where the Nam-
car that tore loose from a state agricultural commis- though some of them do. started in some of the earlier settingsand I II markets in the southeast. > Outreach Center la located.

midway ride. In a crackdownat sioner to close down any ride I growers are pleased that the Men: "It's Time to Stack Arms."
at a state fair that was foundto plants are established with a Back to the weather and field activity Give us a call. We are hereto help you
the Alachua Fair the
County legislature minimum of re-setting. hay harvest is winding down in
be unsafe but the mandatewas any way we can. It's to now
up you
this week hard-nosed in- should take another with the
a along of
at its i growth our summer ,&o let's go for it. There IS someone
spector from the Codes Enforcement vaguely worded, and no ride inspection law and close Even though demand to not strong i I''pasture grasses Most cattlemen are who cares and appreciates what you
money was appropriated for :at this time, some greens are being i''planting their winter pastures like
I have done
Office made a tourof I i in service for country.
the ,harvested. I hope have had someI your
the technical and expensive loopholes that now allow you rye egraas. and clovers. A few are We want to
the help. This is the first
and found step.
midway some I
of favorite
such accidents your collards mustards, 11 trying winter wheat and oats. i
as occurred in The
job of inspecting. So it is to second to CALL
25 problems in connection up or turnips since the weather has cool- step up to you--
with rides many of them county and city governments Jacksonville, and might have ''ed. Seems like greens get better and sire t0 t0o though these crops are expen I NOWI Stephen W.Cowart

serious. There were bare if any inspecting is done. happened in Gainesville if ,meter as we go into the winter mom : grow they can be one of the Rt.2, Box 1856,
Otherwise ride at local inspectors hadn't cracked i most economical ways to supply
wires, uncovered fuse boxes, you your down. winter feed for their livestock.It does Starke Fl 1 32091
ground ,wires cut and then own risk. Pecans are falling and many are'I' {take good management, however to The Bloodmobile
buried in an attempt to hide being harvested for the market.: Ac- ,make them profitable. I If
:cording to Bob Allen Starke State Coming To Stork.I
them, and no waterproofing Farmers Market Manager, the first
continue to
for junction boxes. On the ..../M- .. .. j jm 'auction will he held today Thursday, ,establishment of clover encourage in the The bloodmobile from the Civitan
rides, the inspectors found I ,Nov: 4). ] grass pastures. There are our summer in Regional Blood Center to going to be
many Starke
bolts missing cotter pins legrap1r 'other benefits of clover in a. on Tuesday Nov. t. It will
-J I reported earlier that our good grazing be at the Chamber of Commerce from
lacking their locking keys, ; crop prospects went down the drain 'program besides the feed value of the .* sin W IS| p.m. Come on out.donate
'clover.One of the main
back in benefits Is the '
and locking pins installed onside during our rainy. season : July blood and SAVE A LIFE I
ESTABLISHED 'laving on fertilizer costs. ?
1879 ..
down. MEMBER and 'Many pecans dropped I Please announce the event la your,
I, .1 BOB C.FERGUSON JOHN M.: MILLER, Publishers 1 from the tree during that time and Clover fertilizer costs diseases hurt the quality of many of per acre friends;
It may come as a surprise to' PahllaM ask n....'utt mlmi M Second QMS UUtot at u* the pecans that did remain on,the 1 tbaa the small grains it big them neighbors along when and relatives.in Br-to
and if gam' you come
the public to learn I mans ed
that the
FM ome. at Stark. Fla. wUw Act .. Mar* .. 117* ,tftffJa. I can donate. The only source 01 blood is
nitrogen for luminer
state provides no inspectionfor bI &rUllea. people
Looks like we will have fair bj happy to diacwa the Yalue'aad Who care enouab'.. ; to' glveso
such'rides, although it is : 8ancrlgWa raCe .Is trade gnat Mi Per YMTI$6 8U UwUMOateU I of this a crop < management of i clover' others may DYe..
with quality with '
required by law. It doesn't .I trade ami 111 Pw T. rj N.llSIa talks I fair pecans to good.I ?, year from
even get after carnival Pk..1WA9l44M 1 r-'Ieri4a$ J I through the courthouse number making thIa tommUl ty bl
rye had several calls about the .ucce.q.We hope to
operator ta_do their in- I .. MtsjUW or visit us on north 901 in from see you on.
i own of this
price pecans year. I always j Starke. a.m. to I p.m. at.the CbaJDbeI"If '
<< Commerce.


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November 4. 1982 TELEGRAPH Page SA

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Angela Andrews and Bryan Nazworth

Social Side Of TheN ws !

Married Sent.. 11 in New River Baptist Church

Gladys Mooty

Angela Kyle Andrews, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. (Sonny) Andrewsof .p Society Editor
Brooker, and Bryan Keith Naz
worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton E.
Nazworth of Gainesville were united 964-7608
in marriage Saturday Sept. 11, at 8
p.m. in the New River Baptist ChurchBrooker. jam
in Performing the nuptialswere
Rev. James L. Countryman of Starke Woman's Club

Owenbey New River of Gainesville.and Rev. Robert K. ,M R /r 6Y Baptist Youth Have Halloween PartyThe To Meet Nov 10

Highlighting the altar were two tall w rrW4Pkv
wicker baskets of burgundy and rose middle school and high school home of Kenny and Delores Elixon on Dr. Bernard J. McFadden, Brad
fuji mums, gladiolus and baby's youth departments of the First Baptist Bayless Highway.The ford County Coordinator for Santa Fe
breath against a background of bran- ( 4 Church held a Halloween party yard was gayly decorated in Community College will be guest
ched candelabra with burning white and cookout Saturday night at the the Halloween motif and the tables speaker at the Starke Woman's Club
tapers and palms. The unity candle were covered with white cloths and luncheon-meeting Wednesday, Nov
ceremony was used. centered with oil lanterns and lighted 10 at 12 noon in the club house.
Presenting a program of nuptial pumpkins. Steam rose from the wit- Hostesses will be: Mrs. Jack
music were Mrs. Anita Countryman, Hospital AuxiliaryTo ches brew which was kept cold with .
organist and pianist and soloists Mrs. Meet Nov. 8 dry Ice.Dean.
W. D. Andrews, aunt of the bride, 41 Hagan won first prize as a Jones, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. T.
Drew Andrews, cousin of the bride, cave man in the costume Judging and H. O'Steen, Miss Della Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Nazworth and Bradford County Hospital Auxiliarywill Jenni Woods was the best dressed girlas Mrs. E. R. Weaver and Mrs. Gladys
hold their Mon
Kevin Nazworth, brother of the !LaL 1- dinner-meeting a sack of potatoes. A highlight of Weldon.
groom. Steer day, Nov.Steak 8,House.at 6:30: p.m. at Western the evening was a hayride to the Dyal Each member is requested to bringa

Kevin Nazworth attended his M 1 Cemetery were dry ice behind the book of green stamps to contributeto
; Mrs.Judy Moore,hospital assistant
brother best Ushers the Hacienda Girl's Ranch.
as man. were tombstones threw up a fog as ghosts
administrator, will give the .
Danny Self and David Wetheringtonof program.St. jumped down from the trees and

Gainesville and Frank Andrews, ghoulish figurines were running in ...
DId You Know........
brother of the bride. Mark's Women and out of the screaming party.
Donna Brantley of Kingsley Lake Upon their return to the Elixon Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rink spent Friday
To Meet Nov. 9
attended as maid of honor.She wore a -t4$ home there was bobbing for apples to Tuesday of last week at EPCOT at
floor length gown of matte jersey in a and a grab box filled with sticky, Disney World.
lovely pastel shade of burgundy. The : The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal slimy objects. Climaxing the eveningwas
Church will meet in the Parish House
bodice was covered by a high neck a huge campfire where Doug Mrs. David (Ruth) Corey is return-
chiffon capelet and she wore white Tuesday, Nov. 9. at 7 p.m. Sides gave the devotional and Donna ing to her home in Tulsa, Okla. today
lace She carried Fr. Arthur Lee will present a program
gloves. an arrangement Sides presented guitar music. Thursday, after spending a week with
of mixed silk flowers. on "Advent. Among the 40 attending were Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee
-M eta The attendants, Lesa Gargulak of l y Harold Coston, youth coordinator and Crosby while Mrs. Crosby had
'y' .Ir Gainesville and Kathy Nazworth and and Mrs. Ron Walker.
, Christmas Bazaar Nov. 6 Chaplain surgery last week in North Florida
e. i- Tammy Andrews of Brooker were at- Regional
tired similar to the honor attendante At Church of God Hospital.
except their gowns were in rose and
,;,d ha they carried the same type flowersi The Ladies Auxiliary of the Starke
,I i. :':* and wore white lace gloves. Church of God will hold their annual -
Wendy Williams of Brooker was Mr.and Mrs.Bryan Naiworth Christmas bazaar on Nov. 6 from 8
flower girl and wore a pink satin gownn ---' a.m. to 4 p.m. in the church
ni with white lace overlay and carried a a five-tiered colonade cake decoratedwith Mercer of Starke and Darlene Wise of Fellowship Hall, 422 N. St. Clair St. Thursday Friday Saturday9'
is j ,,ii I I\\tq Stafford of Brooker was ring-bearer. bells and was topped with a bride and Mary Ann Andrews of Brookerwas pies and cakes for the holidays. If you 4 5 & 6 Free Balloons
:t ;., Following the ceremony the bridey groom under an arch. The base of the in charge of the reception. would like t., place an order please November ,
and each their mother a cake was encircled with greenery. Assisting were Mrs. Margaret Ann \ (
yc groom gave call 964-5445 or 9648413. Come In ...
e -(I rose. Cutting the cake were aunts of the Dyal of Brooker and Mrs. Betty There will be many hand made
" ;< Given in marriage by her father, bride, Mrs. Mary Turner of Jackson- Morgan of Starke. crafts, dolls and paintings as well as for Door Prizes
,1- .ji the bride wore a traditional gown of ville and Mrs. S.D. Andrews of Following a wedding trip to the tables sponsored by the Young Ladies Register
i, a, chantilly lace accented with seed Wildwood. Mrs. Marklee Norman of Smoky Mountains and Grand Old Auxiliary and the girls (the
e jn pearls and a matching fingertip veil. Hampton of Hampton and Mrs. Leroy Opry the couple is residing in Joybelles). FREE Long Stem Red Rose to 1st 20 customers
e ..; The gown featured a high neck, longS Norman, Jr. of Camp Blanding cut Gainesville.The .
S sleeves and from the fitted waistlineh the groom's cake. bride is a 1979! graduate of (Saturday Only)
h the gown flowed into a scalloped The two punch tables were centered Bradford High School and is Junior Women
e chapel length train. She wore hero with crystal punch bowls flanked by employed in the commercial coding To Meet Nov. 8 Lake Shore Flowers & Gifts
mother's pearl necklace and pearle epergnettes holding pink carnationsand department at Nationwide Insurancein
si earrings and carried a mixed silk pink candles. Presiding at the Gainesville. The groom is a 1977 The Junior Woman's Club will hold 473-4233 473-4334
flower arrangement in shades of pink punch bowls were cousins of the graduate of Eastside High School in their November meeting
1) c?; ,,.and burgundy. bride, Debbie Andrews of Gainesville, Gainesville and is employed at B & H night. Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m at the Monday club 189 S. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, Florida
A reception was held in the church Suzanne Turner; of Jacksonville,Teila Plumbing in Gainesville. house.
Fellowship Hall where guests were
__ .. .
s rooted fit the door liv Mrs MarvJane
::; ,: Green 'M-'R 6i Dukes; -of

I jv Lake Butler kept the bride's book. ,. .. .
i zi Standing in the receiving line were 3 a .,' r'.;., :'

I b> the bride and groom, her mother, the W' "" ,.," 7 -

groom's parents and the wedding par- ,>x-;,; ..... .... ,' <;'f. y. n
ty. ';'1 '" / '" At points of interest in the hall were tI'fIf"!' a, ,,' potted ferns and greenery \Jf i j NtIfr i. 1 .,.... I '
All the serving tables were covered irLi4l! e
with satin cloths over white linen.The R x __ _
round bride's table was centered with _

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.: Shower

For Mrs. Carter

y it Mrs. Brad Carter was honored at a -' j !

ai-fetork shower Wednesday, Oct. 27,
<*given by Lorna Leasure,Christy Red- _
ttdish. Vicki Gaines and Susan 'a, ., ,
t a_
., .
i I'! Faulkner at the home of the latter on .'111 .r.J .
Legion Terrace. -_ ] ------ -

to Bright bold colors to match the Age: 43 Annual Contribution, S2.000 Age: 35 Annual Contribution: $1.500 Age: 36 Annual Contribution: $1.500
a f theme chosen byValarie and Brad. for a ;\'i'-ti Retirement Value: $230.510 Retirement Value: $472,820. Retirement Value: $417.862.
their first used.
,II I nursery
t The IS guests enjoyed refreshments ., mil
'Opt cake;punch and hors d'oeuvers.All ?! ,
the. gifts were opened then 'I" .,.
displayed in the living room in the ,:
baby's play pen (a gift from the prospective I ; I
paternal grandparents,,.Mr. ,.'J .Ijl.
and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.). The ,.: i-
hostesses presented the honoree witha jf5t ; : S 0T5CI
collapsable stroller as a memento of
the occasion,.
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3P.A "j''N aJa :'' vI1I iIiH4 '
j a Carmelfa Johnson S q S s

Showor, Honoroo. \ '
tHou Till 1911' ::5 "
1, i Carmella- 'Johnson was honored : I
< with a baby shower Tuesday night
IrOct,26.given ,by Mrs. William S.
s-Haas, Mrs. Hugh Hutson Mrs. GlenS a t ;
Kuhn,Mrs.G.S. McClelland and Mrs. ( -I .
t Rudolph Hutcheson, at the home of ; f
f.,the latter on Brownlee Road. ,'
,; ,
The refreshment table was -, ,
decorated with a white lace tablecloth ."'t. Age; 55 Annual Contribution: $2.000 Ages 27 Annual Contribution S3.000
r and an arrangement of pink:and blue .. '; : : Age25: Contribution: 52,000
'.flowers. Punch and an assortment of .,. Retirement Value: 41130. combined Retirement Value: S2.512.081. Retirement Value: 52.133.699.
finger foods were served.

.Gainesville.Mrs.Heights Among Frank and the Mrs.20 Johnson' guests Elizabeth attending of Coburn Keystone were oft ; Nat every IRA cuts your taxes

A game was played and the prize while
.,was won by Annette McClelland. compounding interest dail'F Ours does.

( ,A stroller was presented to the
honoree from the hostesses as a ..
memento of the occasion. Dally compounding of interest makes Florida Bank's IRA your Fixed or Variable Hate. Lock In today's high yields with

'.",,.',ti.1: best buy. when you open an IRA with us. your interest Is, the fixed rate or move with changing yields by selecting variable.
'/f" compounded every day-not annually or quarterly-so you earn The choice is
Stork Shower ::, ;:"r* j'5 yours. .
appreciably tor
Mrs. Secrest your retirement. Free NOW Plus Checking to anyone opening an IRA for
1 t Plus deduct your annual contribution from your taxable $1.000 or more (free regular checking with a $500 deposit) Is

Mrs.Steve Secrest was honored at a Income saving substantially on your tax return. another great reason to come to Florida Bank tour IRA is insured
stork shower Oct. 12 given by Mrs. It doesn't take a lot to make a lot Small regular deposits by the FDIC and there's no service charge or fee.

Thornton Johns. Mrs. Owen Alvarez, can add up to a big retirement fund. As little as $100 a Open an IRA with us today.\fou'll cut your taxes earn Interest
Jr., Mrs. Mark Moody Mrs. A. B. '! year depending on your age. can grow Into tens of thousands that is
compounded daily and free
: whitehead and Mrs.Jimmy Thornton ;., by retirement get checldng too. Ifs
''at the home of the latter on SR-229. the sure way to make the most out of your IRA and your future.
l' Mr. and Mrs. Secrest bad a baby ,4 j jt ,' ,
boy: Brian Raymond born Sept. 1..
r The refreshment table was .' H "
centered with an arrangement of mix- : I "
Great State. Great
t'ed. fall flowers \ i # People. Great Bank. :
Y Upon arrival the honoree was d National
presented with a baby corsage: made .::: Hank ;Florida Bmk" J* .non at Clam StaMt Stalk Florida 33041 (love)964.7050gubitanMal .
with baby accessories. 1\,1|r,;1 I'/
.Among the 30 guests attending between 'j 'j ,
the party hours 7:30: and p.m ; / Intoni and ta pen<<3JtI.*lot-arty
i withdraw
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on an Interest raM of I2\(bawd on I'i year mot unties per year compounded dally)
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PagetA TELEGRAPH November 4.1582

I Stark Nursing Home Marcl Ann I Klpllngar,, Genealogical Workshop at LibraryThe

4, Hallowoon Frank BalUy ; Public 9044400.. Class reservations
Party r 'I' Bradford County wiiiI:/'+
Ii. I \ .To:Wd "e?'. 17 Library pleased to announce that accepted on a first come, first sere ,';-.3'
\ The Southside Elementary, ,Nt (., :!, another' genealogical workshop for basis.; 'Meetings are scheduled f( i n4
kindergarten elaues }of Mrs. I'. CoL and Mrs. Keith Kiplinger of beginners will be held at the Library. ,Nov. 15 and Nov. 22, from 8 p.m. ..
Ferguson and Mrs.Nichols helped! the I II Tampa, are pleased to announce the beginning November 15, 7:30: p.m. at the Library.
residents of the Starke Nursing Home I r: pending marriage of their daughter, Topics to be covered id this class Include -
", celebrate Halloween on' Thursday.Oct.28from9:30toIO:30a.ma4part. Marc: Ann, to Frank Amos Bailey, : organization of family records,
: : son of Mr and Mrs. John Frank beginning family.research, research Pvt. Bindley Completes z':h
of, the "Adopt a grandparent pro Bailey of Starke. tools, and the research program.
gram. 1 l' I II The wedding will take place Dec. 17 Special interests' ,of each class OSU TrainingPvt.
The residents' and !got acquainted ,. at 7 p.m. in St. Clements Episcopal members will also be included in the Eric Bindley, son of Harry 4. 'r :! :

over cookies and.,witch's ,Church In Tampa, Florida. program. and Joyce K. Bindley pf Starke, h; ,,f -.)/i'
''I brew. The children sang several Miss Kiplinger is a 1980 graduate of There are a very limited number of comcleted one station unit tramln !rt1:7!
Halloween songs' and the (residents the University of South Florida and is openings left for this class.To reserve OSUT) at the U.S. Army Infantt- I I..'. ."
played a special Halloween record currently a Masters candidate at the your place call the Library at School, Fort Benning, Ga.
1 everyone joining in with the .
University.Mr. 12-week ,.. ;
OSUT is a period whi i '
f moaning and groaning. Bailey graduated from
basic combat
I combines training .n"
an L
14 The residents gave, the children Keystone Heights High School in 1976 Victory Baptist Chapel advanced individual training.The .
tootsie roll lolly pop! ghosts as a treat. and Stetson University in 1979. He is Revival Nov. 7.10 training included weapor q.-
I. currently a senior at the of
College qualifications, squad tactics, patrol '\1C
Medicine at the University of South warfare ;,
Victory Baptist Chapel, corner ing, landmine field con .r. j
> Florida and will graduate in the spr Florida Ave. 'and Short Street in munications and combat operation 1.-.1::

St. Edward's Parishioners ing.. Starke'will host a revival Nov. 7through Completion of this course quahfn ,,1'':'''.'
Following the wedding, the couple Nov. 10,with. services beginning the soldier as a light-weapons infa, .\.". .
Attend Fall MeetingThe plan to reside in Tampa. .
at 7:30: nightly. tryman and as an Indirect fir ': !.::,
Special evangelist speaker will be crewman.
Fall Gainesville Deanery the Rev. Ben Bryant, pastor First Soldiers were taught to perfotr ;rsxji. 1 .
Altar Moots
Meeting was held at the Holy Faith1 Society Baptist Church of Starke. Special any of the duties in a rifle or man i."./.
Catholic Church In Gainesville on At Mrs. Weldon' Home music and a nursery will be provided. squad.He .

Thursday, Oct. 28. Frank The public is cordially invited to is a 1982 graduate of Bradfor/ ,';'r*
Following the business meeting Mare Ann At the meeting of St. Edward's come and join us in worship. Pastor of High School, Starke.
Mass was celebrated in the new Kiplinger Altar Society held at the home of Mrs. our new church is Bob Cooper.
church with Father Flannan
Rev Gladys Weldon Monday evening .. _
Walsh Moderator, Pastor officiating.and Deanery Did You Know........... plans were finalized for the Parish Community NewsBy Beat a little water into oirok
Bazaar'' to be held in the parish hall
Luncheon was served in the parish eggs when making an omelet recreation hall. Following the luncheon Mrs. Albert Lee Mrs. Bob Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5 and 6. Elizabeth Walker instead of milk or ..,
Approximately 80 people enjoyed Crosby, Coffee and donuts will be served for
State Representative Sid Mar- Halloween games, refreshments and Patterson, R. H Grtder Tullie Norman from 7 until 10 Friday morning.. Phone 964-6683 cream result., a more tender I
tin served as guest speaker. hay rides at the Halloween get- ,and Mrs.Jack Underhill are pa- Vegetable soup,. sandwiches,
Women from ten Deanery affiliations together at Emmanuel Miss. Baptist tients in North Florida Regional beverages and desserts will be The CA. Crum Scholarship Fund -
attended this meeting. Among Church on Oct. 30 at 7:30: p.m. Hospital.Mr. available all day Fri. until 8 pm. and will have a service on Sunday.Nov. 7,
those from St. Edward'sAltar .
attending Sat. until 4pm.Drawing at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church with :
Society were Josephine There will be a gospel sing Nov. 6 at and Mrs. Fred Vogel of Garden of prizes will.take place Rev. Sylvester Bright conducting the "
I Cumber president, Anne Samons 7pm. featuring The Singing Chris City, N. Y were weekend guests of Sat. at 3:00: p.m. services. +
past president of the Deanery, An- tians at Emmanuel Miss. Baptist Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. John Griffin Arts, crafts, and baked goods will The public is invited to attend this
toinette Coss, Lena Dougherty, Betty Church on SR-235. Everyone is and Mrs. W. H. Thomson.Mr. be available both days. service.. Mrs. Christine Hermon, Super Seals at
Dazinski Meng,Viola Lefebvre welcome. chairman of the Youth Department.
Peggy Shaller. Carol Ashline, Antoinette and Mrs. Paul DiVito of Lake Rev. A. Jenkins, pastor. i iI
Stefanelli,Janet McLaughlin, The home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Worth, Jim Maguire of Belle Glade I are hereS&.kon !
and Dolores
Meng. Thomas was the setting for a family and Claire Turner of Jacksonvillewere I i
Peggy Shaller won two prizes, a Oct. 26 with the following weekend guests of Mrs. Janet
( Swedish ivy hanging basket and a supper attending on: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mar Turner and attended the UF game. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS scenes, :
ceramic Madonna and child. Lena
tin of Knoxville Tenn., Mrs. jiggley eyes, rub-on ;
Antoinette Coss and
Dougherty, Betty
Margaret McCrea of Marco Island, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent
table decals satin andfoil..Hallmark :
ment prizes.were given arrange- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tyer and Mr. the weekend at the KOA campgroundat CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC ,
and Mrs. Tom Tyer of Keystone St. Augustine Super [
Heights; Roy Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
Doug Brown and Mrs. Karen Mrs. J. H Moseley returned Saturday Seals are a unique

Sanderfer of Gainesville; Mrs. after two weeks visit with her son SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE I collection of stickonfun.
Left Over From Last Carolyn Elder of Kingsley Lake; and and daughter.in-law, Dr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin, Mr. and Jay Moseley in Knoxville Tenn. See them,today! !tp
Week Mrs. James Fender, and Mrs. Susie

Due to Lack of Space: Owens of Starke.
St. Edward's Activities BACK PAIN 3S >' fiS*' WHIPLASH
Did You Know.......... *
I Mr. and Mrs Houston McClane (BACKACHE) &L (AUTO INJURIES)

Mrs. A. J. Barry and daughter, returned Sunday from a. 10 day sight Parishioners Attend NECK PAIN Tf NUMBNESS OR PAIN :
Adrienne attended the SoutheasternYarn seeing trip to Atlanta. Pelham, Ga, SHOULDER PAIN tH/ IN ARMS OR HANDS
Crafters Guild meeting in and Calloway Gardens. DedicationOf HEADACHES M ON THE JOB INJURIES

Charlotte, N.C. Thursday to Sunday. Catholic Center (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP

Vickie Carver and Charles
Miss Louise Stern and Mrs. Gerry Williams of Starke are two membersof Welcoming ceremonies to the PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
Ely and son, Beau, attended the Zary the freshman class at Florida Catholic Center of the Diocese of

Nelsova cello concert with the Southern College this fall. Dirk Sa Int Augustine took place on Sunday, MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
Jacksonville Symphony Thursday Schmidt, a junior, is a member of the Oct. 24, in Loretto. This Center houses
night. Florida Southern College Concert the diocesan offices and agencies ser CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED
Band. ving the Church in this area
Mrs. Jessie May Sanford and Miss -TIM Doctor el' Tamtrmw WII Glv No MtdldM.

Lois Thomas of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jones of But WIll "Interest His Patient In Till Can Of Till Human

Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. .Ridgeland-. and -Mrs.- Janie Bishop John directed J. Snyder them greeted to ,the'' Frame In Hot And to till Cuss t Prevention Of Nuts*", ........._ .. ,. 198j Hallmark! Cards ,Inc
visitors.and "
Buford Miss Patncla-ljemb and,attended the funeral .of Henderson 'of Hampton S.C. were-1 various offices and the Chapel, of the .,..a w.. .n J."LDIsON """ ...,
t .. weekend:,.guests. .. of Mrs. Ewell Sacred Heart there. Among those ser t"r4fce"(; &?&
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Lawson. ving as hosts were Rev. Father 24 Hour Emergency Answering '**! Office

Crescent guest Mrs.Beach George Hockette were at Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and familyof James Bradford O'Neal Middle, a former School' teacher and at Mon., Wed.. & Fri. 8:30: to 1 & 2 to 6 Tues. & Thur. 8:30 to 1 Shop f
on Tuesday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols. Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Mike parishioner of St. Edward's Catholic 110 W. Call Street
White of Atlanta were weekend guestsof Church here in Starke. Father O'Neal 473.3604DR.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olin DR. W.C. EATON 9645764FOOTBALL
Mrs. V. J. assists with Diocesan archives and
Florida Labor Spengler Relations attended board the of White and attended the UF game. related history and library skills. LOUNITTI EATON HWY: -,.2I..N. -.._

directors meeting' in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins

Saturday. returned last Friday after spending a Rev Father Patrick Foley, a

Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Mrs. John W. week in the Smoky Mountains former pastor of St. Edward's and the,
Griffin, Mrs. J. M. Blackshear and World's Fair and visiting relatives in Director of Vocations for the St.
Mrs. L. H. Jennings attended the Maryville, Tenn. Augustine Diocese has his office tn'I
Florida Federation Woman's Club the new center. Father Foley also
Fall Tour in Jacksonville Mrs Ila Rain and daughter Mary serves as pastor of Holy Family F
on Friday.
Ann Graham of Chiefland were Friday Church In Williston and the newly \ 9

Miss Annette Parker of the University Jackson.Mr.to Monday. guests of Mrs. J. G. dedicated St. John the Evangelist '. '
of Florida spent the weekend with Church in Chiefland.
her aunts, Carolyn Redgraves and Among St. Edward's parishioners'
and Mrs. J. R. Weldon of
Edna Wells. attending this welcome were Mrs. '
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Josephine Gumber, Mrs. Peggy :
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley, Mrs. their parents,Jack McComb and Mrs. Shaller and Mr. and Mrs. Francis 1
Agnes Heath and Mr. and Mrs. Tom- Gladys Weldon. Meng *1. / :
my Chastain and daughter, Erica at- :
tended the Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas were in St. '
christening Lauren
Tilley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Petersburg Wednesday to Friday ar ea.eo.REWARD. WEEKEND VIN I,
where Mr. Haas
Steve attended the County
Tilley at the Episcopal Church
in Orange Park on Sunday.Dr. Veterans Service Officer's training JACKSONVILLE
conference. They spent Friday night

and Mrs. Leonard Schlofman and Saturday with their daughter and
have moved Into their new home in family, Mr and Mrs. Mark Trimpey. 5OO
the Country Club Estates.Mr. PIG SKIN ON THE FIELD.
Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs and children of
In the
conviction t
Crystal River, Mr. and Mrs. Richard or ar (Thanks to Florida and Georgia) !

and Mrs. Billy Hodge and son, Hobbs and son of Jacksonville and rest of the person or per
Eric were in Calif. Mrs. Darlene Brown of Brooker
Ojai, last week on were
business and enroute home they Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. sons who took ceiling AND CHICKEN IN THE ST /
visited the Grand Canyon and and Mr J. C. Hobbs.
Petrified Forest. On Wednesday they fans on October 3 from

were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Todor and sons Scott Olin's Mobile Homes (Thanks to the Colonel)
Mrs. Clinton Corum and family in and Brad of Orange Park and Mrs. W. rr

Gonzales Texas. F, Moore of Lawtey were Sunday din- Sales. Takn edventege of trise morwy ijtvmq coupon* *nd .nfoy Kentucky Fned /
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.Tom Casey .
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Patterson of and celebrated Mrs. Todor's birth- n il you r. not going to lh (jam.) At Kentucky Fried Chickeneonc =
ntr te on ant thing, cooking up chicken. fretti tender end |Uicy In z
Montgomery, Ala. were guests this day. Colon.l it ll do
specie way it w. Qreat taetine. thicken nk no one elM
week of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Contact cen do it

Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire was Sunday, Mark Olin
to Wednesday of last week guest of FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO P.O. Box 27 -
I Mrs. Walter Arnold .at Ponte Vedra Hwy 18 W. 4 W.ldan184.6171 OFFER GOOD AT THESE LOCATIONS ONLY; \\,. t
Beach. Starkeor JACKSONVILLE: 5172 Normandy, Blvd .909 Main Street .. 5079 Sootel Drive ,r 4630 BiarKling'BI +-
Pastor George Watson and ., 6630 N Main Street 2700 Post Street1 to, '10400 Atlantic Blvd 'W 10365 Beach Blvd '
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Green The Congregation Invite You to 8074 Lone Star Road 3930 University Blvd. So. ", 9390 Lem Turner Rd. e. 6501, Normandy Blvd' r
the weekend with their spent and Come and Worship With UsStMtoySchMl. 7276103rd SI 1146 Dunn Av.. .'. 9840 San. Jose Blvd .. 3714 Beach Blvd. -
daughter-in-law Mr. son .. ..... .t..1, 10 Mlfttanritf Call
.and Mrs. ...... .. .. 'GAINESVILLE South 34ttt SI 1503 N'Mam Si ArCher"Ad., -
Charlie Green in Deland. .+.??." tf ,, It AM I l ,3825 8 W t 1231. :University' Av
visited Sea World They all I Bok Tower on Sunday.on Saturday The Herbert and .......s1 WersM .., . .7:31: PM l JACKSONVILLE BEACH: :334.Beach Blvd' NEPTUNE BEACH: 255 3'd.I.,.

Greens were celebrating their 32nd ,
anniversary which fell on Oct. IS and

their the Charlie third anniversary Greens were which! celebrating- fell ,on BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTS ,.-.-- ---' ,--- -,.... -

Oct.20. NOW TAKING > ;

spent Mr. Sunday and Mrs.with George their'w.son. -Brown in-law '' Orangewood APPLICATIONS Apartments! 1$435 ,I $129, ,.: ,, I '6"9.9 I

and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.,Norman i P.O.. BOX 146 = ,

Rigdon in Mandarin. Starke, Florida 32091 I 9-PIECE c le ;:.:T I 2-PIECE "' I'I 1'5'.piECE, : 'a:=::: N'

ed Mr.the and Mrs.Wilbur Waters attend-' THRIFT BOX, Cn.:r T" SNACK PLUSWM :CAPRY-PAgK 'S :=..q:

Schwartz wedding to Wayne of a niece Carroll, Lorrie and I _one coupon.pw I rdai'\ '''Cw.LVS of th.. COk.r I t......vrt--
In 1.2 3 Bedroom Apartments cull coca only ,. l ;
featuring """r'MM"aM "
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'! 1r ri. Gladys Dean of Old TawnwaJ if': : ....;.;.I.. -' "a"'" .','I.(!> -.r-\"" ,-. I ... ..i., ,, .r'. ......M'.. "Of'
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Page lOA tELEGRAPH November 4, 2Lawtey .. ." "-' .. .

Ms. Eoline Green's Fifth grade: Congratulations to Bradley Ball '. '.Our Five Senses?. ,. .. N '-j, Johnson, .Robin$ Manning and Char-
News Karen Hardee Kim Johnson Jason and Rochelle Prevatt for earning ; The I44wtep,'Road Run lers are Jd. min tWilkerson:.ran last week with
IJ' H"U'"'' ... .. ... I
Pilcher; A-B: Nicola Shemer, ArkevaWilliams straight A's for the first six weeks., ;kfterrioomf Coach!,UnWr's Road Runners from

Jamie WhUaker, and Sarah A-B honor roll students are: Becky r >ach Acree and,JWr Paterson arej' J.he Mfraclt hffi.! .
Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and Hodges.: Austin Laterra Johnson Jeffrey'' presently working with ..tfais group,! .
By Terry their Miss Julie Grif- Lope 's Sixth Pilcher, Misti Padgett, Ton a Ann I I -
782-3300 granddaughter Mrs. Nancy = grade: ,eta'' &tIB: W; "
gpidpsttM BERTHA
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fls visited their son-in-law and A-B:'Micki Becker,Kim Brewer,Kim Tatum.j.n4 Robin.Vfilliamj JLateira. ., ilkerson.BflberJt.: "
CHURCH ACTIVITIES daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, Lee, Christy Redding, Jill Strickland Johnson made 100 percent on every Fulgham Gene Redding, Eddie Norman "i 'kpalifs imodKt.t,' Y1n.lAoolknoblkU( coming

Everybody had a good time at the Jr. and son Michael of Hlnesville, Ga. Tammy Jo Tatum, and Denise Wad- weekly spelling test this six weeks. Mike Norman, Stephanie King, your wayl
Halloween at Grace United Tuesday until Friday. dell. Bradley Ball Beck Austin Misti Mark King, Bryan King Larry
Methodist Church on Sunday evening Mrs. Ola Starling spent a week with '.Mrs. Marilyn Verunac's Sixth Padgett and Health Tatum completed Feltner, T. J. Wilkerson, and Kin, ?

Oct. SI.They. her granddaughter Mrs. Ann Starling grade: A-Mlchael Blalock. A-B: special 1 projects on >.' ,, ---
and her family in Jacksonville. Sheila Tew, Jamie 'Slater, Tammy/ '
+ are now planning for their annual
Thanksgiving dinner at Grace Jim Raga Jr. of Miami visited his Padgett Unlssa King, Susan 12 Years of Suffering
and Mrs. Jim Haga, Sr. c
i United Methodist Church. This will be parents. Mr. Crawford, Timothy Coleman,
L held on Saturday Nov. 20, at 6 and family from F,1day until Tues ", Mrs. Folsom's Seventh grade: y
lake day. A-Lashon Hampton. AB.Bonnie s'.
The gospel group Rhema from
City will be there and will have Benson} LaShaun Butler Trey Now ):
charge of the singing. Plan to attend. LAWTEY ELEMENTARY Howard, Stephanie King,. Russ Ending 'L ; .
PERSONALS: SCHOOL NEWS Miscally, Rob Norman Nicole Palm. ,
Miss Catherine Young of Lakeland Students Recognized Missy Price and David Shine.

spent from Friday to Monday with Mr. Judson's Seventh grade:
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and at- Lawtey Elementary School held its A-Jennifer Whitaker. A-B; Kim About 12 years ago I accidently fell off of a hay trailer onto the metal )
tended homecoming at Grace United first six-weeks assembly program on Austin, Sonja Berr, Nichelle Clark, frame of a truck and severly injured my lower back. Every since that rl y
Thursday Oct. 28. A, A-B honor roll
Methodist Church with them. students Kim Crawford LaShaun Holder Kelly time I have had real bad back pain but was able to live with it although I 1,1;
cross country runners, Mixson, Lonnie Norman Chanda '
Mr. and Mrs. and
Tommy Starling in lot.
was pain a .
physical fitness achievers. Cystic ,
Eric and Allen
i family of Macclenny: : were Oct. 24, Fibrosis bike-a-thon winners, raffle Padgett Verunac Several months ago I re-injured my back while working around the

\ Sunday Mr.afternoon and Mrs.guests Fleam of Starl their ticket sellers band students and fund Wood.PTO Carnival Termed Success house. I was in so much pain that I could not even walk for three days. On

parents, raiser winners were recognized. Prin- The Lawtey PTO held its annual the fourth day a friend recommended that I see Dr. Ronald E. Dopson as

ing.Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss AT- cipal Mr. Paterson talked to the Halloween carnival on Oct. 23. Even ,he had helped him with a back problem. I immediately went to sec,Dr. ,
thurine Blanchard visited her sisters students about the importance of though the weather was wet and cold Dopson who said after examination that he could be of help. After the first visit a lot of the pain was gone and I could

Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. school and striving to make good the carnival was a success' in all stand up straight again. I have been going to Dr. Dopson every since and he has really helped with my back problem.My .
Thelma Wilson at Baker County Nursing grades and be good citizens. The areas. The school and PTO officers back hasn't felt this good since I originally hurt it 12 years ago. I would highly recommend Dr. Dopson to anyone'
l is list of honor roll
Home at Macclenny on Wednes- students following for the a first six weeks of would like to give a special thanks to who is in need of chiropractic help. Additionally you would not find anyone who is any friendlier, than Dr. Dopson and <
day afternoon. Mr. James Wainwright and friends his staff r

Avery Johnny, of Milliard Jenkins visited and his grandson mother- school Mrs.: Johnson's First grade: A-B, the who fish year supper.after year Even do though the cooking most for of To Dr. Dopson I want to express mythanks and appreciation for what he has done for me.

in-law Mrs. O. J .Anders on Saturday.Mrs. Andrea Crawford. Shane Griffin these men and women do not have
Debbie Phillips of St. George Denise Hankerson, Ruth Anne Harris, students in school, year after year C.D. McQueen
Ga. spent the weekend with her niece, Jason Kilby and Audrey Massey. they volunteer their time and effort to
Mrs. Lois Carter. Mrs. McClellan's First grade: help the school have a successful car- Dr. Ronald Dopson Chiropractic
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ceballos and A-Virginia Belmarez. Joni Griffls. nival. The parents, students and staff

i family of Jacksonville: spent Saturdaywith A-B Cirerol: ,Dale Telia Cauley Pendarvis, Nicole, Melissa Arnold. of LES would like to thank these people '864 N. (US 301)) Temple Ave., Starke
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. for the many years of help. We
Crapse. Mrs. Shuford's First/Second grade: cannot do without them! Monday thru Friday 964-8018

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch: and family A-Stephanie Cox. A-B : Paul News from Mrs. Kirkland's Class: .. I
of Gainesville attended the Halloween Crawford Karla Felton, and Robert r- r--' J. __ Ir-nnr.
party with their mother Mrs. Daisy Fugatt. I
Boch and grandmother Mrs. Nellie Mrs. Hamilton's Second grade: 1 jdayq. II I
A-Erin Wilkinson. A-B Alicia
Wilkinson at the church on Saturday :
night. Clemons, Jackie Anderson Misti!

Mrs. Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee Crawford, Felissa McCutchen David

spent the weekend with her InlawsMr. Starling, and Stephanie Taylor. ."
and Mrs. Truman Norman last Mrs. Kirkland's Second grade: YOUR CHOICE
week. A-Bradley Ball Rochelle Prevail. = / pRMORE '
The ladies of the First Baptist A-B: Becky Austin, Laterra Johnson, .[ e0r FTH LAYpWAYt
Misti Padgett Jeffrey Pilcher
Church gave our pastor and Mrs. Tonya
David brown a surprise wedding an- Ann Tatum and Robin Williams. .
niversary with Mrs. Aaron's Third grade: A-R: '
party along the usual Michele Barbour. e A.r ;
birthday party at the church on the hChao
last Sunday night in the month, Oct. Mrs. Darlene Brown's Third grade: ..:.:.
A-B: Gary Norman, Shneka Hen- "alue'
31.Mrs. drieth, Bridgett Holder and 1'0 3.9NNE1'1'E ......
Nell Underwood and son of Brandy UP : :
: :
Ross. A. 30"JUMBO LOO ;
Green Cove Springs' spent last WARE O/
weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Redding's Fourth CMRISTMA9WRAPWASa.rT fAt.\OFUTS I 4 o s e 4 If
grade: A-Carmen Barber Kimberly B. 35 Double-blink V n
Mrs. Earl Prevatt. Saturd a Y l::;
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Col. and Mrs. William Wilson enter- Ross. A-B: De-De Cox, Mario Molina, Friday & a .....'""..-.
Maria Scott, Melissa Starling.Ms. American Greetings'TOYLAND Value. Thursday'cNRISTMASCARDS .0t
tained 70 guests from Brevard area toe/.6O on $aie :::
Friday for cocktails and dinner. Tina Brown's Fourth grade: d r '
stayed in the motels in the area and A-Michael Becker; A-B-Jason OPEN! OVER 500 TOYS! fJ
returned Saturday for a champagne Howard, Chad Coyle. JO 1_:::.
brunch at the home of Col. and Mrs. Ms. Susan Bennett's Fifth grade: C--!
Wilson. After dinner all of them wentto A-B: Samantha Jones, Dana Norman 1OIVALUE
the Florida-Auburn football game. Jim Starling, Mark Shuford and Craig r
Wise. '

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School NewsEDITOR'S "" "" "III" -

( NOTE: Because of the Hinds Sharle Rowe,' Amy King '1 c 11 88 Iz.*,
extreme lack of pace for the)past two Allison Langer, Lori Mosley,.Antique ? 'I tf eiriw
: weeks/ some of the news from Starke Williams, grad Phillips Ronnie / / 1 rA'r t I N-scfcHtftji 0 JEANSnhr S, t le.ktE1+f A Ets
/ Elementary School was left out. We Gunter Kishanna Williams. Students IF PERFECT, 1S.06I I M- vAa
have incorporated that news into this making an "A" in spelling this week 6 9 88 You ,' '47 Your .,88 Rugged poryeater/coltori la Western f t.

weeks column. Thank you for being to were: Justin Brown, James Smith WEREJfrW Choice WERE UP:TO J.tT Choice g WEREUPTOS.OTBOYS'GIRLS' cut tyled toga with Terrific four solids pockets Men and boot, ; :
patient and understanding of the Wesley Norman Ronnie Lusk, Amy a 2838OQ83 ,
space problem.) King, Allison Langer Lori Mosley BOYS'/GIRLS' 2." BIKE BOYS' a GIRLS' GIFTS ACTION TOYS
> and Nolan Gray. Lightweight frame with Super' Heroes Utility Bells, Choose 'Dorable Daksy" that :
chrome plated handlebars, Uno family card game. Gumball bark., Big Rig Loco w/reallatto ::
SES Halloween
Carnival Mrs. Shroeger's class: Room comfortable vinyl/ saddle seal, Coin Bank or Elvis hooting 'Sonic Car'/operate _
Winners helpers for October are Tim Barber coaster br. ., Christmas Fun Book. by sound ::
K-2: Funniest: Cassandra Jarvis and Shawn ''IU" w
Aaron. "A's" on .qlM :
(D-K); John Boyette (GR-). Language Unit Test: Shawn Aaron :;:' : .
Scariest: Robert Banks (P-l) ; Calvin Walker Tara Dixon and f

Ryan Reddish (T-2)). Stephen Cowart. Good Citizens for the ",, -
Most Original: Chera Starling Week were Shawn Aaron, Tim l ""
(D-l); Bryan Robbins (F-2); Western Barber, Chris Burgin, Natashie 4/ Ii rNX+
Dixon (G-K). Cohens Tara Dixon, Stacie Gibbs, ,. I r
3-5: Funniest: Tammie Starling and Christine Whittle. EBAt

(D-3)); Freddie Cain (A-S). Mrs. Griff is' class: The children in Dlacounl Price.. ..25.SI '
Scariest: John Robbins (P-4); our room are excited about ordering '.
Lesley Trowell (K-4). books, posters etc. from Weekly [ L 41; $w Price _....._ .,Bee 1
Most L M CoN.
Original: James Roberts Reader. We are ,
learning Why We M.11-1n ..
(C-3);, Mignon Carroll (Mc-5)). Celebrate Halloween and how it Rsbale. 00 krsat; 4.a ..
90 3 ttAT991)A
Winning the homemade patchwork originated. A picture graph was made m "r ::1'f1 S v .1005 wiUI.Rebale t
quilt was Mrs. Wanda Prevatt. The showing the color of eyes in our room. Crw Netk WIIh Hood Crw Meca
Darth Vader mask was won by Joel We plan to do another one showing the 2 Yaw 1588 497 797 393 g'Y'9a 15t1" ,88 DISC. 1k
Brewer. The Christmas stocking was kinds of pets each child has at home. jp y WAS tv6 WA9fe Cau t : e"' PRICE..L: ,

won by Sharon Spears. Two people in our room made A on the I SES Winners-Donation Tickets spelling test this week. They are: 11 Portable AM/FM receiver pluscassette 10 CUP COFFEE BREWER FOR 8Ot'fllo,8 '0' b80MBER JACKET BOMIU l'iJACcET
First Prize: Most Tickets Sold: Angela Barber and Marion Gatlin. recorder, dynamic music LED readout wake up to Brews perfect coffee fast and Fleece /lined. Shirt with Crew neck. wnqpgsA* Ap rlKifftkeilned jacket Rugged PW@t1
: or alarm snooze alarm lush
Marty Sellers. Everyone in trying hard. _.k... Batteries' not Included fast/slow time set. keepa. It hot. With onoftwitch. hood has two pockets, sleeve, shirt wiji) ,hood ..welpparpsnlpockpdlining( and:,_
Good ( Always a welcome ?.r.
glrtl Asst. color L haa 2 pocket .
S. M. XL. S-X.l.knltp0 .
Grade citizens Black .
or brown.
Four Winners: Tracy for the week are Ricky'' Kite, ci .. -.XL.'litt
DeVoe, James Mott and Lesley and Joy White. Most improved in brt' ""ebO.
Trowell. working habits: M. P. Carter and .l .'" .... W yq09
Grade Five Winners: Candice Dana Reddish. Happy birthday to ot ba"e TSUCO
Roberts, Sean Starling, and Eddie Sidney Hall who turned seven years i t ,r, .0 t(; jAryoia, ft-;
Pollard and David Kirkland tied for old on Oct. 2.

third place.Students. Second Grade: Mrs. Tetstone will .r.1 ,, tA
Selling the Winning be having conferences next week. If iTmiODaJKHaAJia:
Tickets: John Loper and John Rob- your child brings a form home please 1 r
fill it out and send it back. Thanks to
bins.Winners 4
of Drawing: $100 winner- Mrs. Rose Peeples and daughter '' _REBATE! /1

Janis McKinney. $50 winner- Gilbert Stacy for baking Mrs. Tetstone a bir : Discount Price...,.,.,.2 ST] 1IAT1.1f'1. V""' E
Robbins. thday.cake. Thanks to Ryan Reddish Jlw., Eagle' ... tl
Saw Price 2 4 \.
I A-B Honor Roll students for for sending flowers. Star Student this 14P-L"1'Y9 Minus Mfg.Coupon CANNON PRINTED I I
the first
week in .
Robin iRebalet
Register. Robin tries j -1 on 1
six weeks grading period, by grade, hard Qa BATHIE.NSEMDLeS r
very to follow rules and ur
I are as follows pletes her com Chafes 147 eATNTO.Q33 397
I FIRST GRADEJim Spears, work. B8 99 E1 WEREd1T ,.V 1288 1e' 1188 88 888 I
F WERE. W WAS..!.1./ With Rebatef ?+ tO 89
Latonya Cowart, Susan Norman This Week's
Amy Felton. Jeremy Wainwright's First grade: Unbr..bIa.lr..r.... WERE TUBE SOCKS VELOUR POLO' IN CORDUROY ::
I Hildebrand, Jason Norman, Christie Our class would like to welcome Miss I sale, odor proof with. rolls.330 Iwo-pIY'.h.et, SEALER/CAULK WASHCLOTHS"f, 7 Whl With colorfulatrlpea. Plush cotton/nylon cal 100% cotton FOR LADIES'Soli t:
Clark, Lasherio Ford, Toika Strong Lisa ReddIsh. She is our student S,Ir tight'IMs..4 sliea. gentle, so sort 'i.eo .wMle-lub Clear nDb.r.eslN. or. DISCOUNT. .. I Cushioned rib cuff, waist' 2 neck In assorted mktwalecorduroy poly, with lush cotton A
caulk 2Sit ,
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} Falina Yott, Jesse Kersey Roshaunda teacher from the University of !'"''' one sue Ms art style Men.S-XL. colors Jr'aS-13- waist. Solids 9. M, L. tl

: Hendrieth Brian Wynn and Florida. Miss Reddish will be working *|
William Graham. with us through December. \
SECOND GRADEShawn Aaron, Straight A spelling students for this EJP
Julie Starling Calvin Walker Jeff six weeks are: Kelly Carter, Aleda 1M :<< rdent I
Cain, Stephen Murphy. Tammy God- Kuhn Serena Thornton Joe Felton, 41:44kG
.. dard Tony Porter, Ronnie Lusk, Lasherio Ford, and Jeremy save .. .. -. :
.. Justin Brown,Amy KIng Michael Ho- Hildebrand.Mrs. E
wie, James Smith, Jimmy Parade Tetstones Class: Those on the '
Robin Register, Patti Boggess, Kim A-B honor roll are Patti Boggess. t .. .

d Gross, and Angela Barber. Jimmy Parade, and Robin Register, \ \ I > ,a aL 4

THIRD GRADEDeana Holiday Most improved writers are Ryan "'!N'- .
Brenda Williams, Andrea Hewett, Reddish, Byron Demps and Gretchin t WAI BOYS' :
and Angela Burkhalter. Crews. YOUTHS' :

FOURTH GRADEtRebecca Special thanks to the parents for I I STATE .Iaa7aliaFaniists/Health Save V'P39% '' 'H.*fff-lllfJ Ifl'C"re'rrt', } ;
Nugent, Cheryl Moss Tracy working at t'i i
DeVoe.:! our Country Store. We -,'
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Shanae Blom, Gary Brewer, Jill especially I appreciate all the hard .ce.da clir, 'J .SoIcIAmto."j. M' onotcMay min 1597 .
Williams, Monika Williams,. Christy work that our chairperson, Mrs. ''MOTS ....ISta .... "'- >e.a Beeutyriuld. WAS AMr:>.....r..w.T* **. 488SPecAL"i, MERE ..tV.2294 1 :

Alex Caner Porter Liza, and Mosley Kim, Brand Wall. Barrett, make Maria it Walker, put Into the store to Ott ==....+: Ct' 1Irroothpse.B... ea.. :"", IS I Clasnasr Efferdent Denture......* ..-. '.' ,,BASKETBALL .SUEDE BOOTS -, "; C r.
a huge success. %... _. I h MEN'S leA THe" t
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FIFTH : ; ; ;. aHwEREryBO'ry" SNEAKERS0 PON MEN '" .
GRADEiTorl Kelly Mrs. Reddjsh's Class: Fifth grade .'. 129 ; WORK
\ ., Gregory Thomas Steven Thornton. students have been n. 1.....PIuo 454p\ c--, "If' ( Ouc upper with OO.nui.uv.s.upp.4 a.spin.' r i
studying .the V' I ; -.2 wER p 'dded collar* Site .' uPP'...
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Lyn wartsbaugh, Cbrystal Allen, elements which make up a good story. ,. :. Men- > '" Iu,01- :',' : .:t2svealna. '."'tofomlorLT bouncy 01,'L aoJae-io.,=.::,.,..., :
Jason Crawford Michelle Conner The theme for their story writing was i
Valerie Krack Dwite Knowlea and Halloween. Fifth graders who wrote

Holland Shafer.Mr outstanding stories were: "Ron it comes to pFiG don't if
*. Gay's Class: October bir Zurfluh Rachael Tyson Mignon Car- we kid around! f

.fl thdays: Lori Mosley and Ronnie roll, Gayle Douglas,Candice Roberts, :
Lusk. These students completed the Meg Diet, Jennifer Williams, Scott Convenient .. -.
weeks assignment and did an outstan Duncan, Tori Kelly,Steven Thornton, 229 Locations tA'.A.WAT-Mr t v'1 MSBiM*'tII"'lr, m", .* IIPJ ... ., .

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. : Tornado Freshman Cap Season Frank'Long" .

t .Hail Quite

With Impressive 2a- Victory < A. Night'

J seconds
With 54 to go in Tues
Bradford High's freshman football A team photo of the freshman will appear next week day night's 28-14 victory for the
team the
completed best gridiron ,
BHS freshman over Hawthorne

,the season varsity seen campaigns around these of the parts mid70'swith since Jenkins grabbed a Hornet fumble 'Long hit Billy Jackson on a 10 yard 111 s the 6th victory in a 7-game season
a hard-fought 28-14 victory over and Ronnie Tomlinson sacked pass to the 6,and 2 plays later Jenkins for the 9th graders an exhausted
;;d i Frank Long asked the coaches to
the tenacious Hawthorne Hornets In Hawthorne quarterback Andy rambled through a big hole forged by
Starke Tuesday night. Williams to stop the Hornets first two guard Danny Griff, tackle Manning take him out of the ballgame.

The home-field win was the climaxof possessions. and tight end Russ Smith for a 7ya"dTn. .. "., He'd earned the breather.
'" '
a 6-1 season for the BUS 9th On its own third possession after a ''Shaun Jackson booted the extra ;",,k:,': ',: Running mostly from quarter

;. graders the lone loss being a 12-6 setback bad-bounce Hawthorne punt the Tor. point to put Bradford the'Hornets ,' back Long carried 13 times for
against Middleburg.The nadoes stuck the baD ,in from the The defense held as i';" 117 'yards rushing to lead the

freshman may have saved Hornet 23 for the game's first score. Shanks and Mathews combined on a ,,,. .+k rr ''>':':' ., team including a 51 yard TD that

their best for last as they used a spectacular 18 yards to the one and sack and the freshman offense'went- run that broke Hawthorne's back
1. performance by versatile- Shanks the ball in from there fora back to work. / by sending Bradford back up by

Frank Long (see separate story) and 6-0 lead with 11.03 to go in the first Long: scrambled .away from the two touchdowns with just 54

solid contributions by the rest of the half. rush and toss ?d a 32 yard ,pass to ::7'y seconds to go. He also added the

ballclub( to outplay a quick and aggressive The BHS defense then put the Jason,Muggins. who made a rolling 2-point conversion after Brad

Hornet JV team (7th clamps on 2 Hornet play. as Lung and catch at the Hornet 23. BHS kept it on ,,,' ;' ford's third score.

10th graders)', that came in throw Jenkins dished out a couple of crunching the ground from there and Shanks got tlEI He completed passes to Billy

game with an equally sparkling 4-1 hits but on 3rd and 9 the TD on a 3-yard burst with 7:22left f t Jackson and Jason Huggins for 11

record. Hawthorne's Alton Guthrie got behind in the game. Long dragged Hornet and 32 yards respectively.And .

Long ran for'117 yards, picked- off 3 the defense on a sideline streak pattern tackler into the endzpne on the 2-point ,s'V.JI on defense Long was even

passes and scored the game-. and quarterback Williams hit conversion and Bradford led 218. more damaging.to the.Hornets,

clinching TD on a 51 yard run for the I him in stride for a stunning 47 yard The Hornets pulled back to within a who put the ball in air with

Tornadoes and backfield mate touchdown pass. Guthrie then made a touchdown on a play that was Just as reckless abandon. Three times it

Wendell Shanks was the short yardage Juggling catch of a Williams lob on the unsettling as their first score. With was Long who caught the

workhorse, bulling in for TD's 2-point conversion and the Hornets the BHS reserves in after Long stole Hawthorne tosses, and he totaled

from 3 and 1 yards out. Fullback Clinton -. led 8-6 with 3:09 to go before intermis his third Interception Williams of the off nightHawthorne's over 80 yards. on the interception

Jenkins added the 4th TD.on a 7 sion.BHS picked a ; returns.
yard smash up the middle., fumbled twice more in the first pass from Bradford's ChrisCribb And if that wasn't enough Long
The defenses traded punches earlyon. half and had to rely on the defense and raced 45 yards untouchedfor '&'1 also boomed a 52-yard punt for

with play led by noseguard Danny a TD. The Hornets failed on their good measure.
.. conversion with Scott Anders and ,: ,., '''' ..
.WI...... t..e try ? : 0" -' '

: Tomlinson Aaron Long stopping the run for BHS but Long I Keeps for Yardage in Big I Game: Big Win
FLORILAND REALTY Mathews Jenkins and with still 2:22 left to play the game
was back to a 1-score spread at 21-14
Shanks, to go the locker
964-7700 room within 2 points. BHS.

393 N.TempI; Av... Stork- ,I Long had his first'with of 3 Interceptions 37- Simon Not for Mitchell long though covered as Hawthorne's Bradford's Varsity Hopes to Bounce Back Friday .

onsides kick and the clincher .
i V.rnl. P; Odom.: Broker:. GRI, seconds to in .the first on'with try his 51 Long yard put touchdown

w. I J. D. Odom, Jr. Associate 964-5476,.!.,e.i. ,; half.' sprint from quarterback with 54

i Midway' through seconds .left. Wingback' Mathews Bradford High's Tornadoes have crushing of the Rams last Friday
.17 Ac,..;Good graded road. Vet.<
acre: ingham grabbed up a that sprung Long free. weeks' 3 straight losses, including a Tornadoes at Live Oak Madison Perry and Jacksonville

w OLDER 2-STORY hon+. In need of repairs, owner will Hornet fumble at the All-totaled BHS grabbed 5 turnovers ,39-0 shelling by state-rated BuchholzLast Game Site: Suwannee High, Live Parker versus losses to Gainesville,

'hold mertgege. Hawthorne 17 to set up from the visitors as Hamilton week and the dismissal of 6 Oak. Kickoff 8 p,m. Lake City and Santa Fe.

'Approximately 1 i Acres In City. Financing ....II.bl.. the momentum-. .recovered a bobbled onsides. kick starters in the middle of that Season record: BHS 2-5 Live Oak "Physically. Live Oak's impressive

z:' : BUUDING LOT on Pratt St. 100'a116' changing score. from the Hornets.. >downspin 53. ," Hurse said in describing

X LOT IN HICHRIDCI ESTATES III Keystone. lOr/xUO. ---- But despite all that practice was'spirited Series history: BHS 17 wins Live the 'Dogs. "They've really got some
f : KIYSTONI AREA BR Log ho_. 2% acre on leke. Monday afternoon as the BHS Oak 7, 3 ties. specimens."
Owner will finance with 20X down. Lowering lnts>r.st Rata started for
gridders gearing up Fri
Last meeting: Live Oak won 25-0 in And some speed too. QuarterbackKeith
FOR GRACIOUS LIVING, One of Sterke's landmark May Trigger.!*calatlon-Buy Wli.ly day night's game at Live Oak- .81. Hunter (number 6, 165 pounds)

.homes.:43* No. Wefnut St. Buy Now For the third week in a row the Tornadoes ran for 3 TD's against Eastside and

CONCRETE BLOCK*bedroom. ,2 bath..,well built older will be playing on somebody the Suwannee County team KO'd the Tornado scouting reports say running

.home. Has nice ,.nI. Lov.lyadds3/2: In Dalewood .". .a. ,. .$5 ,500 else's Homecoming night, but this injury-riddled Eastside out of the back Cedric Jones (no. 10, 160)) is
131 ACRE FARM) Four chicken house. 3,000 ft. read Pool home,,town-4 bedroom.$4&.000. time Bradford hopes to play the role district 5-AAA lead with an.' a breakaway threat. f

*frontage on US-301. "'. Larg.2R block home"'n..., .. . ..'.$32,000 ,of Homecoming spoiler rather than
Vt ACRE to IV, ACM LOTi'Priced to sell. $2500 tar nice mobile Homecoming feast.
Super home on 1/2 manicured

S33M. Terms. $500.00 down! payments for 9 ,... at ac?. ..... ... .. .... .. ... ... .. .. .. ,. ..,$32,'00. '- "We've put a few new wrinkles in Adult Basketball League Organization
Spacious single wide en 2 acres In Gre.... .. the offense and the kids are excited," .
"' $28,904
*2S ACRES With US-MI .re.......* "3 bedroom. 2 beth; screen ;/''/porch loit Call .' head coach David Hurse said before Meeting1 Set for ;Nov.. 9 at Old Armory' .
r *S ACRESi with 47* ft. en US-MI. .. ,, --r. ,." .i..J l. -.I .u\ --s.i..* i-" .
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1-'..If ACRES Meal faVbulldlm.yCO.."I 1.acl.fro..: f i .!!-';-.. _,,, ., ". ...cwy'tsy'1r' i'trt1510.900 't .l--.day' line coach- Dick Russell, IAn organizational meeting for theStarke: Rec. Department m'n basketball

.V Good ter_., who said his didn't to league will be held Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Old Armory At
I S. .LOT 15- Ilock 30 HI.h".... ........ Zoned"r__lie last week group against Buchholz could up the same time any women interested in having a women's league should attend
ho_. Neighborhood par as the Rec. Dept is considering forming a league for the women.
been for the entire
21"I have
I_.. a Prop.rtl.., Inc. I team when he speaking said "we've to finda At least one representative from any teams interested in playing in the
I.-! IkDsrsHDSVTtr' got league should attend the meeting of whether had team in
3 Bedroom newly re-heb. homo en one pro $225 per Realtors AIID o.. OWHID. little something in us this week and regardless you a
mo., first and last month .."t. .tsetGnWryat'R..I ) nD. '' out there and take it to Live Oak" the league last year or not.
((904)) 964-5231 go
: The league fees schedule and of the week to will be
Available Nov. 15i Cottage $190 per mo. First and Ertar Car.o rllom j Nobody's the Bulldogs to play on among
: last r Equal Hau.ln.. Oppo''nlt SJ expecting the topics discussed at the meeting.
i. !months rent, plus deposit. be a pushover. Holder of a 5-3:, record

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I l Copies of this Proposed to a public hearing to the
lion I will sell the mint: Wolk-In '
I Florida, this 20th day of property Cooler/Freezer Convection Rule 6Gx4-3.l61A held on Tuesday Section 36 Township 8 Commistioneri and the You and .och of You
1982.George. situated In Bradford be obtained from NOVFMBER 30, 1982. at and herewith
.October OvenWaitress may South Rang. 22 East In Board will consider on or. h.r.by
:--i .LegaliNotices H.Pierce County Florida Tables Station the Superintendent's Office 7'00 P.M., In th. County parcel 618O-OOI to allow Monday, December 6, given notice in occor
It:: described ; Choirs
i r" Acting Judge Circuit osi : ; at 582 North Temple Commission Room In the sale of alcoholic 1982 at the some said dance with Florida
'. 'e".-, ./.+i''''"', WC, oV f-,,,.*. .-, V s./*, <...I r.(. Port of the NE "4 of loath.: Salad and' Avenue, Starke. Flo.; Bradford County Cour beverages, Packog. place at 10:00 A.M. an Statutes that the Board
:: Display : Cases
r; HE'4 of SW 1/4 ,
Section :
Eighth judicial Circuit of This Is In compliance thouse. At this time all' Store. Ordinance relating f' of County Commissioners
Florida In and for 26, Township 5, Microwave, Oven; DrinkDI.pen. with Florida'Statutes, Interested shall
persons Th. Bradford County Th. rezoning of t,.< of Bradford
i Bradford,County South Rang* 22 East ,; Gift Shop Chapt.r 120.54 as b. heard for or against Zoning Planning Board following described property County, Florida hov.d..lgnated .
re,*!r'V "' -1 Bradford County,' Displays: enacted by the 1974 the proposal a. will conduct a public and amending the the Bradford

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SERVICE BY tlcularly described a. Warp; Small Thomas L.Casey, Jr.SUpolrlnt.ncI.nt Cod. of Bradford Coony meeting held at 7:00: Use Plan to provide that ning Board to conduct a
(M STATE!ATTORNEY follow.; Commencing at ; Signs of P.NI., In the County Com- lands currently zoned public h.orlng at a
a point In th.Eatlalyright : at public sale, to thehlg..t
Bradford Schools Allen L. Richardson,
County mission meeting room of RSF-MH-1 and regular meeting held at
1 \ 'I, the Slate Attorney Rood of way line of State for cash best bidder 11/04 2tchg 11/11 Chairman the Bradford County designated by the plan 7:00: P.M.. In the County
200 designated as, at the front
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bradford County Courthouse ,
Stark., 01 Rural Residential be Commission meeting
Stations 333 ond'41.11, door of the'. Bradford
In and for Bradford Zoning Board
rezoned Bradford
to on Tuesday, to CN. andd.slgnot.d room County
and also known as the County Courthouse In
County.Florida.) ? do'h.r.bylacknowl.dg. Sto.... Hchgll/04. Nov.mb.r 30, 1982. and Courthouse_ Stork
;, point of curve, said curvebeing ; Florida at 11:00: '
o'clock' mok. a recommendation Neighborhood Commordal Florida on Tuesday,,
.concave to tholt'North
service of: the foregoing'Cjrder and West with November 29, 1982.. NOTICE to tho Bradford County th. prop.rty of November, 30 1982 and
Ird- ) and receipt of a radlu l'of a GiLlEtT BROWN'CLERK A.C. WILLIAMS has Board of Adju.tm.nt.conc.rning ELDON F. RITCHEY moke a recommendationto ,
'sopy 'of the petitionf 11,314.16 feet- / mad. application to the MARY L. SHAW has '
this SPECIAL described as follows Lot the Board of County
and '' :
form CIITCUIT COURT- therein. referred a total central ang''. OF THE! Starke and mod. for
... to, this of CIRCUIT Zoning Planning application EXCEPTION application. 4 of Rilchey Estates, Commissioners and the
Of THi EIGHTH JUDICIAL 20th.'''day of October. 14'33-Ot"; thence COURT 'Board for HOME OCCUPATION fora
chord BY Beulah At this time, all parsons located 7 miles South of Board will consider on
CIRCUIT Of THE along a. bearing : Moody reclasslflcatlon: of the Beauty Shop In
my will be
1982.In and heard concerning Stark. on West tide of Monday December 6.
STATE OF FLORIDA witness whereof.t of North29i48'33" Deputy Clerk property described home to the Starke this application Hwy. 100 In Section 1.Township 1982 at the same said

AND FOR have .....eunto.sef my to- the :East of 526.36f.ot Edgar W.McCorry.Jr. below from R1C to R-2A Board of Adjustment onproporty as specified in the Zoning 8 South, Range place at 10:00: A.M. an
BRADFORD COUNTY? hand at Starke. Bradford point beglnn- 1.4 located S. that Is
Alan C. Jensen .Codes of Bradford' 22 East, th. East portion Ordinance relating to.
I Ing,; thence along a .
County, Florida, this 20th chord 262o Independent W..tmor.lond Str..t. classified A and described County. 120'.180' for Beauty The rezoning of the
CASE NO. 82.<<8 day of October 1963. bearing North26'54'3X South of Lafayette Street belowt- '
L.M. Gaines Shop. following described
: Squar. property
East 640 feet
; :
;: Mack S. Futch In Soctl2t. Township 1.3 ocr. located Just
So > Director B.C.B.A. You are further and amending the
CITY > thence South Florida
... Of STARKE Aist. STATE ATTORNEY, 6T3'27" Jacksonville South, Rang. 22 East.pare past (South) 'AlligatorCrook
.Itchg 11/04 given NOTICE that a Comprehensive land
East 14.36 feet to ..... 32202 ,. copy
municipal corporation Eighth ', ) 4183, to build aquadrlple. off East side of of said ORDINANCE Use Plan to provide that
of Florida.. Circuit, In and for: Westerly right of way'line 901354.2110'AHorn.y.for .. Hwy 301 to left down 'lands
Is for zoned
NOTICEOF available currently Oft
t of the Seaboard Airline
PlaintiffTHE Bradford Coun1yFlorldo10214tchg This Alexander Road
change In turn
.Railroad iii. APPLICATIONFOR your Inspection at the of.' and designated by the
". ; Plointiff102e '. classification I la left ) In Section
subjectto panel 4441 ,
South 16'32'30"'West REZONING flee of the Director of plan as Rural Residential
2tchg 11/04
4k STATE OF FLORIDA,, 11/11, a public hearing to beheld 33, Township 6
and rezoned
AND AMENDMENTOF Zoning Planning,
and the taxpayer, 630.62 feet lOng ..oldWesterly I on Thursday, South Range 22 East. Bradford and
--V-"t NOTICE THE County Courthouse p. designated Commercial
; property owner*and right of way NOVEMBER 18, The Stork. Board ofAdiv.tment
: citizen*of the- I, TERRY VOGT. 'will line;, thenc'o! North' OF CERTIFICATION at LAND USE PLAN Starke Florida. the prop.rty ol
7:30 P.M.. In tha Council will conducta
: not be responsible for' OF TAX ROLL Each and every Person C. J. JOHNS, described
zi City of Stark, Florida? 63"5'27" West 201.44 feet] Room In the Stork. public their
hearing at
I: Including non-resident,: ,ony more debt other to .the pointof beglnrH, An ORDINANCE amending -' having any Interest a. follows: Six ((6)) acres
II than.my _n.. / Pursuant, to Section orvThompson Street regular meeting held at the Comprehensive whatever In the enactment In CI and twenty-four
owning property tub- Ing. Containing ,2.099
Stark., Florida' 'At thistime 7:00 P.M.. in the Council
... |19Ctto .' ..IO/IUtpd'I/04 i '< taxation trt_lo.Defendant .. beginning,'' Statute; .. JIMMY'ALVAREZ forested\ .hall be and Mop by Bradford ORDINANCE should op- located one-half mile
TOR& heard Street
.. I, t.. .. DC PAUL will RICHARD be the ;NEeorn.r' ,,of .the! ,' Property,. Aptpralser for or ogalnsr the .. ''Starke Thompson, Florida on, County, Florida, In accordance pear and be heard at the North of lawtey on Westside
.d. .. .not retponst"bl above described tract, ''of BRADFORD propoIOl. with the local time and place prescrib of Hwy. 301, parcel
.. far debts other I as specified In the Thursday, November 18,
any ed. 1191.00100
You ounty.: Covenment Comprehensive (thirty acres).
along hereby
,are inquired to, thence said glvsnonce
,, Zoning Code of the' 1982. At this time all '
L, i, appear- 3:IS ".NI.- on' my own. Tortfdo. Westerly! right of way; that the,Tan Roll Sta"' ., Florida. will be heard persons Planning Act of 1975as "OAIIDOF.81ADf'ORD In Section 1/. Town.hlp5South.
/ /Paul Richard concerning
the lath day of, line of the Seaboard Air! for BRADFORD County' Waller this provided for in COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Range 22 East 6
i < Westcott application
t November t982;.h'I the : 10n.Utpd..,.... ,11/Q4 ,'' line Railroad North was certified la the'.Tax : ChairmanStark.Zoning as specified In the Chapter 163 of the acres for''Mobile sale
Courthouse 'In Bradford ; Wyrxr: East 133 feat;: Collector on the 26th day., cod. of the coning of Florida Statutes. BY; G.. S. Brown, and 24 acre for .mobile

County, Florida,", puruant -' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,j i thence South sWSWO"! of October, 1992 for the a Planning Board ltar..... city TO: All Citizens, Tax=: Clerk home' park
,. to, the petition In' BRADFORD COUNTY i East 'S00,9af.d-b thai' coilectlon, .. taxesv. v payers and other Interested Itchg 11/O4 You or. further
: tpd 11/O.f l.M."' Gainee .. ..... .
C regard to the.voUdatkxn', FLORIDA 1! Northeast comer of the :Itchg 11/04 --...- Director: Person, given NOTICE that a copy

: of Utility Revenue'Bond-- .CMB NO, 82-; CAC 'SW 1A4 of Section' 26, -. -'- \ NOTICE Starke Bd.of Ad|. You and each of You NOTICE'OF of said proposed ORDINANCE
: of Bradford C9unYa; Township 9 South Rang, "'PUBLIC : ore hereby and herewith, APPLICATION I I. available for
NOTKK. Itchg I 11/04
... Florida;, '''In' the "om of; .HORNE'S INTERNATIONAL 22, soil.and ..' KfNNr-TH W.:FAMWUL given notice in accor FOR REZONING'' your Inspection at the office
. *: "" dance- with AND AMENDMENT' ,of the Director of
Four Million Dollar ) togodwr wlthi.. 4Th. BRADFORD has made application' Plortdo
E 'which Steal Statute. that the Board' OF THE 'Zoning and
(4000000.00) INC.)a Florida Stainless COUNTY SCHOOL !.:. aid petition has been' corporation. Fr.o.C.EJectt1c1;; BOARD; S..... Florida, | Board' farproperty NOTICEW of County Commit LAND USE PLAN Bradford County Courthouse -
C filed In the above styled! 'Plaintiff.' ..and/or 'Gas 'Broiler; will hold a PUBLIC MEAN.: r reclasslflcatlon. of the slanari of Bradford Starke.;' Florida.
i cause, at such Hmo and Miscellaneous, : Shelving;', ING1 ON PROPOSED 0//i described a OAVIO and County ,Florida i: have, An ORDINANCE omen- Each and every ...,-

.. place to show taus.,'If 'SERWOAGUILO.tol_ ; .'. Grtddfe:"Stalnl... Steel BOARD RULE '60..1) ,below from RSF-t, '*SF. SANDRA BIEBER ,has designated the Bradford ding the.Comprehensive! .son having any Interest
any you haw,'why the :, **'JnVfWIsvffnW*_-* "-..' '' ,Salad '......t Hood: Flrw! '.>.1 A. RENEWAL Of>' !MH>I tat 4 of 11.D I" made application for County Zoning and Planning land Use 'Plan EI_.', whatever In'' the enactment t
bench, JW TOW forth Ml fo.' Extinguisher. System; Hot r fROSEl04AL 5lIWCB'' ,j Bedford Oaks located\ 9 SPECIAL EXCEPTION far Board to conduct a ;and Map by. Bradford. of this proposed

petition ond'pny.n, ...:.AMENDED Food Tab**; Platt' Dtahti It(CONTRACTS .. ..mllee South of 1b.i.. off I should not be "validated i. r NOTKEOfSALI., 4 Container'' Dish ftacfc t.v. ; ,TMlxer'uSelnle MIN""ATOR'0 POR'1/101' 100 an S.E. 15th Jt. beverages) n : to the ;rstgUlartine held at ,( ., with\ .thfi local, pear and be heard at the

and confirmed* prayed', ...1.$Iiar; ... -\Mo et.rlii.9B.;jt jtf m Mwy.Section 13 Township 8SounV' I Bradford County, Boardof 7:00 P.M.. in .... County Government Com lima and place prescribed.
jfor "thereinand; a.J- NOTICE J IS HEREBY if, I **, Sisal J. 1'.M.. 1ft th.Id ilsleerd j k 22, Adjustments on era- Commission. meeting [prehenstvo Planning Act. .
f authorized. und.r'the' {j) ;GIVEN -THAT. pursuant Work: ::Table.| i; :Ream'.alt Nta, Bdlanl'"r S49B Range, M locate East. party,tho...h> Classified. room Bradford County i of 1975 as provided for In 0" ; ..' BOARD Of '
_parser adagbl. '
: Ilew,' .of.tfIe"S.; ..* of', Opener ; s. CG and described below: Courthouse Chapter '63'of
to on Order Summojry,, ; fo.Heat ..., County;: Scftaef-. .AaVministration > l.-wl .. Florida*:- t Final Judgement" ofForeclosure lamp: to Machine: 3Camp. r Office, ,. . In Midway Shopping Florida, 'en'.Tuesday; florldQ,Sta"' ..*!'"" '"'"

.. ,Wltnes my hand at entered) In. Sink:hwaher. North ''....... *. JfO ':.This change 'In C."t.,., three miles 'November 39. 19 2.;and ,TO.All Clttzeftt?,TolC"' ,BY;G.S. Brown
I_.. Bradford County iAtIOftUec Southwest of Keystone maka 1: ...! and I ,
the above AIr- a recommendation ay. lotM** hv
copttonod asP ComhtbninguIgtdp! : tarha; Fkwtda.' -*rrr jI classification Is Clerk
1 : *ubect.|
A off "
.. \\ !Ii Height" A Hwy..,21 In to the Board of County forested Persons. )b: t 1 Itchg 1104r

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ISA TELEGRAPH November 4, 1982Championship

Fe 00900 Bradford Cowboys Have It After OP Wins

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The three Bradford County Cowboy ton and Jimmy Long on tosses that set despite a hurt arm but mosly Orange 'i
teams still in contention for league up Bradford's touchdown. Park's defense was a rugged foe. ) j *
championships moved closer to their Long scored 6-pointer to put the But in this battle of defenses the
goals last Saturday with crucial and local Jr. Pee Wee's up 8-0 and the extra Cowboy stoppers, who have given up

exciting wins over co-league point was good to put the Cowboyson just 18 points in 7 games outplayed ''
powerhouse Orange Park teams In top 90.Orange. the visitors not allowing a single i'

Starke. Park kept trying to throw point.The. '' A ,
The Jr. Midgets avenged an earliertie but with players like Shane Ward starting 11 on defense was .: jr Jk9
with Orange Park with a 14-6 vic leading the way the Bradford defense Clarence Williams, Mathew Traylor
tory to stay on top of the league, the kept the visitors from getting the yarndage Larry Shannon, Todd Hutchins Jim-
Mitey Mites blanked Orange Park 6-0 they needed. my Childers, Donald Hill, Eldrick
to avenge an earlier defeat to the Meanwhile the Cowboy running attack Schoolers, Johnny Powers, Taylor,
same team and move into a 3-way tie fueled by backs like Kelsey Nichols and Andre O'Neal and coach

for 1st,and the Jr. Pee Wee's whip Thomas, Long, and Hampton chewedup Randy Rowell said "the defense
the visitors 9-0 to move back yardage and time. played great.
place in the Timucua Conference Bo Hersey knifed in and blocked an "We want to be number one!" he

standings. Orange Park punt late in the half. added.
Only the Pee Wee's of Bradford lost Also, Gerald Bradham recovered 1
in the 4 skirmishes against rival fumble and caused another one that Jr Midgets Offense RollsIt
Kenneth Norman recovered. Coach
Orange Park Saturday.All
the local teams have this Satur- Ronnie Padgett said Bradham's hard was Cowboy defense all the wayas ,
day off before returning to action for lick that caused the fumble one of the the Jr. Midgets beat Orange Park r p.
at home. tied
14-6 Saturday Having
weekend here in, In the victory.
Homecoming games key plays
Park earlier in the season this )
Starke, Nov. 13. Middleburg will be Everything Orange Park tried I
and the last play of was a very important win.
the Homecoming visitor. misfired, even on
the Hampton intercepted a The first half the Cowboy offense t ; "
dominated the ball and was inside the
Jr. Pee Wee's //ll! pass. Ford OP 10-yd. line twice but failed to 4 9't7
Coaches Padgett, Quinton ,
It was a big challenge for the Jr. Ron Hildreth, and Ron Long, said the score. An Orange Park Interceptionand
Pee Wee's Saturday and the ballclub Cowboy defense performed its best 95-yd. return made the score 6-0
came through with a 9-0 victory over the Orange Park at halftime.
and player on
ever praised every
an Orange Park team that had played r
them to a tie before. team for his part in the important The Cowbly defense came out readyfor ?

The win, which moved the Cowboysinto win. business the second hald led by
the Timucua Conference leader- Greg Wiggins who had a total of 162 ,J k M P
ship, came thanks to a rock-hard Mitey Mites Get RevengeWith yds. rushing for the day. After a 73 yd. ,

defense. just one defeat all year the drive, quarterback Strong went in
That defense scored the first pointsof Bradford Mitey Mites wanted Orange from the six yard line to tie the game.A Cowboy Mitey Mites Burst for Yardage Against Orange Park... '

the game for the Cowboys. Park badly, and the local footballersgot bad snap from center caused kicker Led to the corner by the lead blocking of Doris Hill his team's 6-0 win over Orange Park.
Gale Hampton, who had run 41 revenge for their 12-6 loss to Robbie McRae to miss the extra point (no. 54 at right), Bradford Mitey Mite quarterback TimAlso pictured for the Cowboys are fullback Wyatt Col- [ .
yards on Bradford's 1st possession Orange Park with Saturday's win. and it was a tie ball game. my Taylor (left) scoots, around end for big yardage in tins behind Taylor, and lineman Lamont Mosley (90). "
before Orange Park held, burst Running back Shaun Nichols broke With time running; out for the .
through the line and sacked a Parker free for a 45 yard touchdown run Cowboys, the defense did their thing,
ballcarrier in the endzone to put the around end in the second period to holding Orange Park and giving the ried the ball over for the TD. Again 'passing only to have their last threat did a fine job, blocking coaches said,
local boys on top 2-0 and start the win- give the Cowboys the winning offense the ball with 3:14: left on the having trouble on the snap, the offen- stopped short with an interception by helping the Cowboys gain 428 yards
ning stride. touchdown. clock at it's own 45-yd. line. With the sive line bowed their backs and held Tim Seeley and the time ran out for .
Kelsey Thomas then was johnny on Nichols led the Mitey Mites with 95 offensive line opening up the holes off Orange Park long enough for Orange Park. Final score, 14-6. '
the spot and scooped up an Orange yards rushing for the day, while and Wiggins running through them. Jenkins to set it up;and McRae s kick By the same token, the defense led : "
Park fumble. quarterback Timmy Taylor picked up The Cowboys were on the move again. was good, putting the Cowboys in the The offensive line of Lloyd Gilpin by Seeley, Del Ray Covington, Robbie *t
Both teams went to the pass in the some key gains and ended up with 42 Strong hit Jenkins with a 23-yd. passto lead, 146. Rodney Mosley, Dale Brown Stacey McRae, John Berry and Stacet Bowen ':
second quarter and the Cowboys yards. Reggie Sheffield contributed get the ball to the 5yd. line. With With less than two minutes left on Bowen, Malachi Jenkins, John Berry, held Orange Park to only 60 yards'
Chris Noegel connected with Hamp- 30 and fullback Wyatt Collins 28 two minutes on the clock, Strong car. the clock, Orange Park came out Kevin Sheeley and Robbie McRae rushing.

I Buchholz Bobcats Outnumber, Outman, Outpersonnel Tornadoes in 35-0 Win I ;

If there was a chronic gambler mark to 6-1 for the year while the Tor- Robinson dove in from 2 yards out to Buchholz coach Eddie Feely snuck in "
strolling by still-empty Citizen's Field nadoes dropped to 2-5 with a 3-game cap a 61-yard march, again with helpof from the 2..
last Friday evening when the football losing streak. a roughing on the fourth down punt. "The defense really did a decent Tornadoesof
teams from Bradford High and "We were out-personnelled, no The second conversion point was job," Hurse said Tuesday. "Buchholzhas iH
Gainesville Buchholz piled off their doubt about that," BHS head coach missed. a defense that is awfully to defend Week -
buses he surely hustled it to the David Hurse conceded. But he quickly The Tornado defense stopped against. You only see it once a year the .
nearest phone and dialed a favorite pointed out, "But ou've got to Buchholz on 4 plays in the hosts 3rd and it's hard to prepare for it." ; '.
bookie. remember, if they haOO't gotten those possession but after moving for a couple Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton Y )

Here came the Bobcats in their roughing the kicker calls early in the first downs on its own first posses added, "we got after 'em pretty well.
menacing black and gold, some 40 game I like to think it would have sion the Tornado offense didn't move We hurt ourselves with those Dale Buchanon left
players strong, big and sleek, with 8 been a 7 or 14-point ballgame." the chains again in the first half. And roughing penalties. That was a case ?
varsity coaches herding the players The Bobcats were stopped on their Buchholz, which ended up totaling 304 of being a little overanxious." and Emmett Watkins g;
towards the locker rooms. first three possessions by the Tornado yards and 17 first downs, took complete Sexton said tackle Dale Buchanon :,I,
Then came the Tornadoes, a defense, but on the first two BHS was control by driving 53 yards for a played a fine ballgame, and also t..
smallish crew in both size and whistled for roughing the kicker on third score with 4:58: to go before praised linebacker Oliver Tyson, who -L4
numbers,with just 22 players dressed the Buchholz punts, giving the 'Cats halftime. Robinson went in standingup led the Tornadoes with 10 tackles. _
out. second chances. Both times Buchholz from 2 yards out for the TD and Buchholz did most of the damage r J
The favorite was quite apparent took the ball in to score. Campbell took an option pitch in for with.the run, gettin 227 of its 307
just by appearances.And They drove 80 yards with the open- the 2-point conversion that put'Buchholz yards overland. The Cats completedjust a :fit
that gambler would have madea ing kickoff thanks to a roughing call, up 21-0 at the half. 4 of 12 passes. Lt"t
killing, if he could have found a with quarterback Kent Feely surprising The 'Cats added a quick score and 'Aiding the defense was the puntingof d
read for this obviousmismatch. BHS with a pass on 2nd and 1, and went up 28-0 after intermission following John David Francis, who kicked 7 Once again the award for Tornado of the Week is shared this week, this J
hitting 9.7 sprinter Roger Campbellon a BHS fumble at its 20. The speedy times for a 33.7 yard average, including time by senior leaders Dale Buchanon and Emmett Watkins, two of Brad- (

In a game between a 3A school a drag route fora 34-yard TD play. Campbell went outside for 11 yards a pair of 42-yarders. ford High's tri-captains. r
heading up to class 4A next year and "That wasn't a case of somebodyscrewing and then got open in the endzone for a Offensively BHS totaled just 87 Buchanon, the.leading tackler for the Tornadoes from his tackle post with ;
one sliding down to class 2A the up, we just weren't in a 9-yard touchdown pass from Feely. yards. 36 stops on the season, added 7 solo stops and an assist last week in the game
Goliath won out easily. coverage that could stop that type of Line coach Dick Russell was against Buchholz. All ,season long he's been a steady driving force on .

The outnumbered and outgunned pass," secondary coach Mike Hartley The Bobcats, who left Feely and discouraged, saying, "we were out- defense. ..
Tornadoes were routed 35-0 by the said. some of the other starters in all the manned but I was still real disappointed Watkins was again Bradford's top ballcarrier with 64 yards on 18 carries
Bobcats. With the win, its 18th in the The Bobcats upped that margin to way, got the final tally with 2:23: to go in the effort, the fight we. putout and played well enough to be named both offensive and defensive back of the I

last 20 games, Buchholz upped its 13-0 when bullish fullback _Reggie as the senior: quarterback! son of week by coaches. '

Record-Setting BHS Girls 1! Tornado Cross Country Teams "Peak"Last I


: Friday's home cross country race starts at 4:30: p.m. with the boys !last month or so... getting out there in;
Set for Tournament dual meet against P.K. Yonge was the run immediately following. the first mile and establishing good t
PlayBradford 1 final dress rehearsal before the Loper presented the premeet pic- position.Then we want to surge in the '.
r.V4 pressure-packed district championships ture this way, "Buchholz is super last part of the race. It paid off Tues '
to be run Friday, Nov. 5, at St. tough in the girls. They're definitely
High's Lady Tornadoes BHS is 0-2 for the season against John's Community College in the favorite to win it with 2 girls in the day."Linda broke before the
scorched Gainesville Eastside twiceon both Buchholz and Santa Fe, accoun- Palatka. And the BHS boys and girls 12's (minutes) and up to people in halfway point and away wasn't pushed
the road Monday night, Nov. 1, to ting for 4 of its 5 losses, the other y cross country teams made good use of the 13's. On paper Bishop Kenny she would have run faster. Even not,or
set a new BUS school record for defeat being against Macclenny. The r xl the final go at the BMS course.. should be second. Both those teams pushed she set a new home
volleyball wins in a season at 12 as the Lady Tornadoes split with Macclenny Every boys team member chopped have like 4 teams of girls. record." course

regular season came to a close. but twice whipped Hawthorne, seconds off his previous best BMS "Then, certainly we should be
Still, even with a fine 12-5 record Live Oak, Gainesville, Middleburg, course time and 5 of the top girls ran third. The challengers are going to be School Actually 6th, a Lawtey Robin Elementary.
and the most wins in the 6-year and Eastside, and beat Clay High the ( : : PR's (personal records) for the North Marion, Middleburg. and would have grader-tied Boswell for Manning-second
history of volleyball at BUS the Brad- only time they met the Green Cove _
season as Tornado distance run- (Jacksonville) Lee. If everybody runs had she been in the high school .
ford girls will be no better than the team. portion
ners pointed themselves towards what I expect of them and what they <
of the
number three favorite on the ladder In Monday's doubleheader sweep at Coach George Loper's oft-stated goalof expect of themselves we should take churned out race, as the youngster,:
a phenomenal 14:07 time:
when the&-schooIDistrict5-AAA tournament Eastside .
Bradford rolled over the peaking at district race time. third." '
opens at Gainesville Lady Rams 15-3, 15-1 in the first ) The top 6 teams and top 5 individuals On the boys aide, again it's also.Despite their the:
Buchholz this Wednesday night, Nov. match, and took it a little easy in the in both boys and girls divisions Buchholz in the favorite's seat Loper boys were running no match for top P.K.time'- '-".
3.That's nightcap before prevailing 15-9, 15-17. r> at district's earn tickets on to said.
because two of the better 15-6 in a 3-game batUe. the Region meet (Saturday,Nov. 13 at INs.rkyM11TII.o.I.T

class 3A volleyball squads in the For the night Cindy Strickland led Tallahassee) so much is at stake Fri- Runners Peak for PK 0.... twin ...)|,... I) BRADFORD) 17,SI. PK-.
? state Buchholz and Alachua Santa BHS serving, as she delivered serveson In the dual meet last week the BHS rtmga w .
Fealso reside in the local district. 23 points. Lorraine Bass added 14 Powell Gonzalez day."The district's are going to be exciting girls blitzed the Blue Wave girl 17-39 U4UI4..laHt ,...!..,II Linda DeWltKB) ');
BHS plays ate in 14:01, 2) Pam Bowen (B) 14 07, 3) MlchaU:
p.m. Wednesday, serves, including 5 unreturned and : :
< I the opening round. Semifinals set ; Stay on Pace... everybody's going to be juicedup by taking 5 of the top 6 places in the KbnuUs (B) 1.:1.: I) Carol ruu U for are Wendy McDougald contributed 13 service Tornado cross country Jeff ," Loper said of Saturday's race as all runners but Linda DeWitt Chary! Beak (IBI) 14::30. 10)) Carol ....U (.".)'
6 and 7 Thursday, and the finals points. Powell left runners 18-school extravaganza. "And the excitement and Tammy Mann (who was sick) ran 15:M, U) Allison Denmark (B) 11:1:1.: .:. .
I for 7 Friday night at the Bobcat gym Junior Vonda Kay Hall chipped in a and Allen Gonzalez Is, enhanced by fact our PR's. ) '..", ...,... II PK Yongo II.BAD) 3
through the middle of poRn .
in west Gainesville. The district dozen stretches .
serves, but more Q ; ;
from where
last .Tuesday meet P.K.. 'girls, they did "The girls really broke P.K. in the Isdlld..l .. ... Jo.-
: champ advances into a Regional she led Bradford at the net with 10 against wi..d (HI > .n
playoff the Ocala Yonge at the middle school course. early In the year, are in position first half to three quarters of a mile," Zaunar PK)U:M..3)CurtH JIB)U:IS.7)'
I against area champset spikes and a dink. Pat Slocum and Both set PR'i.Sports. where we're in very, very strong con- Loper said of the big win.. "That's Richard) Warraa (B) 17:00, M) Jeff Powell (IB
Tuesday night, Nov. 9. Christie Strickland added 3 serves tention for third place. The .girls something we've been working! on the IS'li.: "" II()B)10(0,111 Allan Canutes: CaM"n.-n..al.(B) U:14. U')ia WadeWI" ....
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;I Music Men Suffer Mens Flag Calendar Tornado Jayvees Lose ]Heartbreaker 1716gave I

Tai>...."...... ,
Clay High/ at BHS JV foothill 17:00): ,
Hands DlatrtetAAA volleyball aamlnnate (BUCI hoh), j{ Bradford High's hard-luck junior of the season, here at home against BHS a 2-point conversion t(Cut
i Defeat at of StreaksThe I from snatched victory Clay High Thursday Nov., at 7 p.m. the Baker lead to 148.
TI/.TN..I Jaws of defeat with a late- And if the Baby Tornadoes play like
ann cnaa country at dtetrkta. Late in the BHS went back to
Palatka (4:M) game
Music Men of Starke have won "We knew BHS vanity football at Uv.Oak 1101: game rally and then saw the victory 'they did in the second halt"against work and quarterback Barry Warren
we were going to have
slip right back out of their in the .Baker
the grasp they Just might pull out viet -
Starke-Macclenny flag football connected with
mens ,
one game like that somewhere Bellamy for a 20-yard
along fe.d.TN..T .. final seconds last In starke.
Thursday number
j [tory two.
t I league the last 2 years but coach the line," Chandler said of Sunday's Men'alla. football at BHS prattle fMd after behind t .TD pass to tie the game. ;.;,
Rallying falling' 14-0 After In
1 Ross Chandler says there's 3 or 4 defeat "We've had trouble getting I::06 O'sa- Roberta .... NAPA I performing, a sleepwalk in
early against rival Baker County, the the first half and
watching the
; league teams of to the sups stars
capable going Bradford
; people up there to Macclenny for SUn- went again to the air to
4..1araua's Farm vs. 8tr.Wrld.rN..II BHS JVs tied the game and then went ''Wildcats Jump out In front 14-0 on
state tournament "and we know we day afternoon games and I'm glad we ahead with a 2-point conversion : try a 2-pointer to take the lead, and
pass ,00-yard punt return and a TD
can get beat on any given day. don't / sweep did that
there but
go up one more time. I with couple minutes to aa Warren scrambledout
Eaitalde!! at BHS just go. [around right end the BHS '
that given day, which doesn't vanity football <1':00): of the
"I'm pocket second
happy them really, the Wildcats drove back downfieldhelped looked spotted a
< i sophomores! like a differentteam
turn up often In the case of the Music I receiver
Chandler said. "Everybody ( by a couple of BHS penalties) after halftime and lofted a floating pass
Men, came up last Sunday as the their best against us, and the Strew fends torra.m.n4lark.calf r Country club' and kicked ,'a' field goal, with 11 that Gerald Brown made a fingertip
Streaks of Macclenny pulled off a big were real excited after not beating us seconds left to deal the Tornado Offensive' coach Prevail catch on to put BHS In front 1614.
4 ,upset with a 32-31 overtime win over ,the last 7 or 8 All Jimmy 1 But after all that, the Wildcats
the Music Men at Macclenny. games we played. Weweren't Sports Club sophomores a 17.16Ices.. mixed the shotgun passing offense .
ready to play but we're not Even at that BHS almost didn't cooperate with the Jayvees'heroics
The loss, the first against 5 wins for Meets Monday grabbed with isolation runt from the varsity's
the Starke coupled with a making any excuses. They deservedto .the win back In this game of tug-f.' ""A" formation and BUS started to and spoiled the rally with the.
power Wi'DJ'But ,last-minute
close win by O'Stoen fc Roberts of j The Bradford High All Sports Club war as speedy Robert Bellamy fakeda I move the ball.: And defensive coach'Bill field goal.

Starke over the Madenny Super Stan, Chandler will hold its monthly meeting at the averse* and nearly busted loose fora Sexton adjusted his front crew in- Sexton praised the entire defense-
Isn't expecting any Western Steer Steak with score on Baker's kickoff before being to the
In a game that ended In a brawl, more losses like that. House gaps and shut down the Baker linebackers Deify Craig Fatetreaux,
threw the top spot in the league back business starting 7:30p.m.: Monday stopped near midfield. ,offense. and Warren, tackles Clint Hutcbeaon
into a tie with both Music Men and District"No we're really trying to peak for night. Nov. 8. ,,, ,_'He missed by onftinan of going all Bellamy.Jetted S yards off tackle and Richard Orton. noaeguard Mike
and State because "
OAR carrying 5-1 marks into play at we feel like Those Interested can come early fora the way, BHS coaches noted. 1 behind guard Den Duffy,tackle Rusty Colvin and defensive backs
we could be the beat In the butwe're Bellamy'Rob
stale 6:30: dutch treat dinner. '. The hard-to-swallow defeat left the Sullivan _
Bradford High this Sunday afternoon, ; tight end Daren 1 Spitze Doug Samons and
still ,
The Streaks stand third at 4-2, winning this looking forward to ,3JSclub works on Projects for the BHS JV squad with l-. record and a I Chandler to get BHS on the board Brown- for its,play in the second
q league. program at BHS. I yearning for victory In the final game i after a 70-yard drive.' The same play half.Pace '



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,BRADFORDQll: t.,.,....?._ The Union County
,A Special Feature Section Containing Informative Items :tI t.

B' That.,Affect{ Residents of Bradford, Union and Clay. Counties ,m lrnrn,.., MONITOR TIMES'

l -? Thursday 4,1982B
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! I An,' "Ounce of Prevention";Goes A Long Way At Starke ElementaryBy I

Mark Frledlln put into their on learning environ- but after they see the common sense notified that his behavior is out of school opened in August so they could becomes automatic after a while and
BCT Staff Writer ment,"Kyles said."The rules change in it they've been very enthusiastic. I line. The urge to keep up with the rest put it into place on opening day in when the teachers have seen" the
There's a revolution of sorts goingon from situation to situation, but they haven't heard' the first complaintfrom of the group is important here,as wellas September. The first plans were results, they have been amazed.
in some elementary schools these are always simple to understand and. ,, a parent yet since we began the ,the peer pressure from the stu made late last year so everyone knew Parents have also responded well to
days, the result of a decade's worth of clearly posted. program here in September." dent's classmates to"do as the othersdo. what was coming well In advance. the plan as they have seen better
research Into classroom management The classroom rules,such as sitting An Ounce i educational package ." "The teachers have accepted the behavior at home and better gradesand
techniques that have totally changedthe quietly during reading lessons, specially designed to teach parents Kyles and Thomas both began program very well,once they got over comprehension of the subjects beIng
way educators approach their responding with a hands.up Instead of how the system' works will be In": training last summer in order to Im- the newness of it," Thomas said taught
profession.The a shout to questions and the comple- troduced shortly, according to plement the program into Starke "The reaction has become more and
changes have been reflected at tion of assignments are commentedupon Thomas. The series of videotapes and Elementary. Teachers began study- more positive as the program has had See page five
will teach ing the materials the month before time to set in mind. It
the Starke Elementary School, which so frequently by the Lechers that instructional pamphlets everyone's
has adopted a set of techniques called they become almost automatic in parents, how they can apply the'
the "Ounce Classroom Management time, according to Kyles. behavioral modification techniques to<
Program.. "As soon as we started the Ounce ,improve good behavior at home. "
Named after the old saying "an program here we started noticing < We expect to have the materials
ounce of prevention is worth a poundof changes in the basic behavior of most ready to go sometie in March or
cure,' the Ounce program encourages of the students,little things that makeit April," he said. "We're looking Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
and rewards good, or a lot easier for the teachers to teach foward to seeing what a total Ounce
"appropriate" behavior by setting a and for the students to retain what system like this can do when a few<
simple, easy to follow set of rules for they are hearing,"Kyles said."We're simple rules are followed at home as'

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Rules are clearly posted... Fifth grade teacher Barbara Reddish uses clearly
posted rules of proper behavior In her class.Students havea -
share of the input In deciding what rules they are to
-. follow.
3 W each classroom activity.Inappropriate trying to work toward something we well as at school.
,\ behavior is often call "self-initiated behavior,' in One of the unique features in the hundreds of
simply ignored, a seemingly simple which the program would really hard- system of classroom management is Save SSSS
idea that is actually a major reversal ly be noticable because the students the "time out." This is an area set L
, of the way teachers have traditionally will follow the rules br themselves aside in each.class for students who( ',
' run their classrooms,:according ,to' .. without our prompting. "'* have become disruptive are distrac"-*
, Starke Elementary School Principal "Its beautiful to see," she said. ting others or are just a little too ex-; J
'wt "The changes in bahavior cited.
Charles Thomas. comparedto
f 1 "You know, there's always one or the way it used to be are really "Time out is an effective, positive' when
I r two in every classroom that cuts up remarkable." substitute for most forms of punish- you buy a
i and disrupts the rest of the students, Principal Thomas exudes the same ment that doesn't give the student any
.. Thomas said. "Teachers here used to type of enthusiam when he discusses negative feelings while isolating him
,. spend most of their time disciplining what the program has accomplished' from the group temporarily so they
the mis-behavers, but when you think at his school. can go on with the lesson without be-
. about it, a majority of the students in "The best thing about it is that it ing distracted," Kyle said. "You
every class behaves themselves just lets us do our job better. We feel that would be supriseti how effective a lit new 1982 from stockthen
fine. We think that by complementing students in a class operated on the tle time for self reflection can be for
I the students on their good appropriate Ounce program learn more and re- disruptive students. It's important to
behavior and just ignoring the ones tain more of what they've been let them know they are misbehaving
that are out of line we reinforce the taught,"he said. "An added benefit of but we want to try to do it in a positiveway.
good and discourage the bad." the plan is that most of the students ."
Evidence of the success of the carry the basic rules of good behavior There is a five minute time limit to
.: ounce program are easy to find at the home with them, and that's when each time out session in which the stu-
,: school, from the quiet, orderly lines we've really seen some reaction from dent can sit with a book or some art hundreds
out side the cafeteria and the library the parents. The first thing many of work while the rest of the class pro- save again
and the productive atmosphere in the them do is come up to me and say ceeds. The important feature of the
t individual classrooms themselves. "what in the world is going on here? system is that the child is subtly
1 "Our-motto is to try to catch them
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stead of giving them most of our attention
when they get a little out of
line," Thomas says. "The objective. ; --
of course, Is to teach them more and
have them retain more of what we
teach. The Ounce program is suc-
ceeding at that." When You
Students at Starke Elementary
have had plenty of input into the implementation -
of the program as well
according to Primary Specialist BUY A CHEVY GET
Mary Ann Kyle, who works with the
administration and the staff at the

school."The students actually help set up AN EASTERN AIRLINES
the rules for appropriate behavior in
each different classroom situation.We .
feel that this is one of the best
ways they can become comfortablewith f. TICKET FOR TWO
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NY L' f W; t ",t Nov. 15 at Public Library,
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Local Kids MakBikeaThon 1 The Bradford County: Publl

to announce' '
\ ';; f' acer genealogical pleased works"tfa

.; beginners will be bold at the fibre
beiiinjdng November 15.
to covered In th1I In-
4 VfJWV* *** wwvm
dude: organization of family records,!
beginning faml1yl'tlllelU'Cb. research]
A Success tools, and the research ......m.9
Special interests ,of each class!
members will also be included In-the.- !

Money Collected Will Help Those in Need p Theremare a very limited number of j
-, 'openings left for this class.To reserve j
1 prizes consist of the following: your place call the Library at!
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Automotive Tune-Up Kit Tran- a MU< Ft"a rII
Bike-A-Thon held Saturday Oct. 30, 'sister Radio Bike water bottle, One 'C accepted: on a first come, first served
and sponsored by the Starke Jayceeswas 10.00 gift certificate (McDonalds), II basis. Meeting are scheduled for
a big success, reports Raymond Two $5.00 gift certificates : s' Nov. 15 and Nov 22. from p.m-.to
Hunt president of the Starke -
at the Library. ,
Jaycees. (McDonalds), jewelry. p.m.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will I
Twelve participants either rode or award the grand prize on or aboul t tI Raiford WildlifeManagement ,
Jogged a distance of 88 miles and had Jan. 15 after all monies in the star tI Area
received pledges totaling in excess of have been collected and tabulated, ,,'
$398.00. Three prizes are awarded to the three!I ,,,,.r.ll'" '., f Primitive weapon-enthusiasts who io-
participants who collected the most t 'l. do not compete with modern guns will
These youngsters are to be com- money for CF. __ ___n___ __ ... .. : have the opportunity to hunt the first
I mended for their stamina and their nine days of the season.// '
concern for the health and well-being First prize: 1'" color TV. Second I Taking a Pit Stop on Rtke-A-Thon Trail... tome orangeade from Starke Jaycees volunteers Mike The Florida Game and Fresh WhetFish
of their fellow classmates, friends, Prize: 19" B/W TV. Third Prize: Bike-A-Thonero from left) Missy Davis, Carla Tierney and Gary Davis during last Saturday's Cystic! Commission's Ralford Wildlife
etc. The determination of these AM/FM Digital Clock Radio. Stephens and WUUam Taylor make a pit stop to get fund-raiser. Management Area.a .4,000 acre
youngsters is ofdtodayrwill that primitive weapons area, will be opento
America's youth yield the public. No quota hunt permit Isrequired
excellent leaders of tomorrow. to hunt the area however,
"" in the hunt
ft only persons participating
Congratulations to all who par- re allowed. .
ticipated and to the local merchantswho "The only hunting devices allowed I
helped support this worthwhile *-r% on the area are bows muzxletoadbig .
project. L j -*. jr rifles and muzzleloadi shotguns..
7 H..HHI. < mum* \ said Sergeant! Clyde Jordan of the ,
Local participants are as follows: Commission's law enforcement -'..
f-- -
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David Bridges. Missy Davis, Daren -f f !_ the past, free running dogs have
Evans, Jennifer Sneese, Carla ,been a problem. Jordan reminds
f.tephenfc, Phillip Taylor, William i hunters that the possession or use of
Taylor, Virginia Shannon. Lisa dogs is prohibited and will be strictlyenforced. .
Tierney, Mike Tierney, Robert Allen, .
o and Steve Woodard. .tByWil Persons planning to hunt the are :
should check the regulations and hunt :
AH prizes for participants will be maps before entering the area. :
awarded upon completion of pledges Regulations and hunt maps are :
received, no later than Saturday, ; available by calling the Commission's :
Nov. 13.Those. regional office in Lake City at :

l collecting $25 or more will And Off They Go... On Bike and Foot.... .in the case of 3 runners) and head off down the course at the start of last Satur- 1-800-342-8105. -
receive an official CF T-shirt. Local 11 Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon participants crank up their pedals (and feet day morning's event.

ObituariesRf' *'- "" '" -'" -'" E =- -=- I Mark L. Abramson. M.D. .

F. DavenportFuneral Christ of Starke, a member of B.P.O. grandparents are Mr.; and Mrs. J.P. Born in Union County the son of the UROLOGY
services for Mrs. Rebeccawill Elks Lodge No. 1802 of Starke, and a Eddings of Starke. late Clarence R. Hewitt and Minnie
member of Bradford Lodge No. 35 Services were held Tuesday, Nov. 2, Hewitt he was employed by the Stateof
be Friday, Nov. 5, at New
Hope F.&A.M. at 9:30: a.m. in Elk Grove, Calif., with Florida in the Land and Trust Improvement -I (Male & Female Kidney, Bladder& Prostate Problems)
Baptist Church, Starke alt
under pm. Survivors include his wife Thelma burial in Elk Grove Cemetery Archie section and was a memberof
the direction of Oldham
Funeral Home, Lakeland, Fla. V Thornton of Starke; one son, Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was the Baptist Church. Will Now Be Seeing Patients At
Robert James Thornton of Jackson- in charge of arrangments. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
She born in Sumter
was County ville; two daughters, Mrs. ElizabethT. Loedith Dobbs Hewitt of Tallahassee; Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30: 11 am

moved McLeod and Mrs. Ginger Davis, Tara Sue Burroughs one son, Jerry Hewitt of Tallahassee; Please see your physican for referral or call 964-6000
lived in Lakeland. both of Starke; two sisters, Mrs. one daughter,Mrs.Ernestine Hearrin
Survivors include two daughters, Selma F. Brunson of Orangeburg, Tara Sue Burroughs, 18, of In- See six
page :
Mrs. Glennis Solomon, of Starke, and S.C. and Mrs. Willa Mae Mclntyre of terlachen died Tuesday, Oct. 12 aftera -
Mrs. Marie Snell of Lakeland: one West Palm Beach; and six grand- long illness. -
son-in-law. Ben Snell, of Lakeland; children. Survivors include her mother, Mrs.
two daughter-in-laws; Mrs. Nabel Services were held at 2:00: P.M. Terry Ayer; her father, Charles Burroughs
Bryant, of Starke, and Mrs. Daisy M. Saturday, Oct. 30, at the Chapel of Ar- ; two stepsisters, Vonda Kay Jones Convalescent; Service Inc.Providing
Davenport,of Miami; one sister, Minnie .chie.Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. Ayer, and.Gladys Ann Ayer; three ,, .
Lewis of Boston Mass; seven James Love officiating: Masonic brothers Timothy Scott Burroughs; '
grandchildren15 great burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery"."-Thomas Brent Burroughs, and Alvin .
grandchildren, and six great-great with, Masonic graverites conducted 'Burroughs; her grandparents, Mr. : NonemergencyMedical -
grandchildren, and a host of nieces, by Bradford Lodge No. 35 with Archie and Mrs. Marcus Morgan and Mr.
and nephews. Tanner Funeral Home in charge of and Mrs. Leland Burroughs, Sr., and
arrangements several aunts uncles and cousins. Transportation
Elbert Earl Thornton Funeral services were held Friday,
Stephanie Rene Adams Oct. 15 at Masters Memorial Chapelat for
& stretcher
Elbert Earl Thornton, 56, of Starke, 11:00: a.m. in Interlachen with I patients.
died Thursday, Oct. 28, at St. Vincent Infant Stephanie Rene Adams, 5 burial following In Pineview
Medical Center in Jacksonville month old daughter of Jesse Stevens Cemetery under the direction of
following an extended illness. Born Adams and Karen Adams of Starke, Masters Funeral Home of Palatka in Bradford & Clay Counties
and raised in Bradford County, Mr. died in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Interlachen.
Thornton was the son of the late following a brief illness.
William Elbert and Mary Elizabeth Survivors other than her parents include Ernest Hewitt P.O.. Draw.er'H
Thomas Thornton, former pioneer one brother, Jesse Stevens .
residents of Starke. He was employed Adams, Jr. of Starke; grandparents, Ernest Hewitt 71, of Tallahassee 964-6223 Starke Florida ,
by the Seaboard Coastline Railroad Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Vasser of Elk died Wednesday, Oct.27, in a Quincey ,4
until ill health forced his retirement. Grove, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Hospital following an extended U- i anitsiifof'j KlihwvT )a'i-1-J-'
He was a member of the Church of Adams of Starke Great- lness. ---- --


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._. "We Trv To Catch Them Doing: Something Good," Says Thomas

r of their individual classrooms," of unstructured classroom situations.We .
From one Thomas said. "But this is the first say these students will still do well
page will know how to seek
'01", ', time around here that a school-wide because they
'',," ;,;'>'fI"{,.f'( "I had one couple come in to see me system has been put into place We out the rules and will be used to obey-
'' and irate because results will continueto ing them. As more and more of the
'. :' I they were pretty think the positive
'' ,. " lrJ.L '''! I they didn't understand the system" Some high school teachers have the highschool I think we will begin to
t, J _,)11.>, : .t, \, ,Thomas said. "We showed them how wondered how our students will do see the"effects and they will be

t sea ,... ,.1 I"" we evaluate each child on a seperate, when they get so-called "real world" positive
detailed chart we call Behavior
Rating Scales that lists each student's
strenghts and weaknesses in different SeEED
types of bahavior. These charts provide
! us with a good basis with whichto
jE- help each studnet individually. The 35
__ father turned to me and said"you did
d all of this for my child?" he was im-
e jr pressed and at the end of our discus- -
V' c ,f rt y sion he turned to me and said "How Most people estimate the speed of a roller coaster as being
can I help you do what you're doing? 80-100 miles per hour; really it's only 24-35 miles per hour.
One of the best ways teachers let
parents know when their children are
doing well are the "Ounce-Grams,"
brightly colored notes teachers send Poulan 14" Micro 25
, yiw at home with students announcing Popular
,0u achievement or improvement in one

; fei i I or"You more remember subjects. when you used to With S65 worth of FREE extras.

get notes home from the teacher it
'" Itii w 1.nF 1rLt 'i C K never meant anything good"Thomas
chuckled. "Well we have turned that nq
. around here. We send notes home to Mt d
III 4- ;w the parents when announcing good
: bahavlor instead of bad.This can be a
r! t ; tremendous boost to everyone con
cerned. The parents know their childis
Itd doing well and the child looks for-
ward to the positive feedback he or
i wt
. ,. ., rear she gets from the parents when they
,. the Ounce-Grams."
yy: Students help I set up the I rules.I .. rules for the day's reading lesson. The Ounce system has "Many teachers have been using
t"I: contributed to better classroom situations more conduslve these techniques for a long time in

..rt A student In Elaine Griffis'second grade class posts the to learning.

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I Wildlife Artist Shows Prints in Keystone Friday

Local artist Dorothy aT Christoffers side of Lake Geneva In a rather Fimliy and is a family of three owls
Newman will hold an introductory remote wooded spot. Her surroun- which perched near the Newman's !' INCREDIBLE PRICE REDUCTIONSSHOP
enabled her to observe for three
dings have porch years.
showing of her two newest wildlife much of the wildlife that she paints "In the third year," Dot said,
prints Nov. 5 at and Art-I-Factory will be there in Friday person and the vitality of her wildlife printsis "instead of the usual two owlets, they ,& COMPARE! YOU'LL BUY
hatched five, too for themto
J achieved by studying and living one many
that to
from 1 p.m.-7 p.m. day. sign the fifth until the
her with her subjects, she stated.Dot's feed. We hand fed
Art-I-Factory prints. will be celebrating its first print is of a loveable rac- parents returned for it," she said. DELIVERY
that anrfwflM stirs .coon, first birthday day
The artist will be displaying muchof
whileptmue'thgoughthechop she and her family until he
[ refreshments to customers viewing and* is"how living free on .the her art work throughout the monthat

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AtlllM Oi:: 'X'otb.I 78, of Rt.: 2 Boot 22, ,.truck by ,the outCome of the investigation being
Miller' northbound pickup ,
'Starke, w a killed Instantly when his .
; by' the Homicide Divisionof
drove through COnuUCiet;*;
ISO feet.almost
II vehicle was struck on US-301 Tuesday the Florida Highway Patrol. Such
,afternoon as he attempted to turn left thePontiac. the investlga- 'suspensions are routine,when police ;
to Elwell
:onto Market Rd. into the path of a northbound According .
Lion will, be promptly( and properly 'officers .re. 'Involved ''In;,accidents, .
\ vehicle. :: Chief i Bowen J\states,,'and :in110 t 'way .
''The office (Is.taking>>
handled I
driving 1987 PontIac'was6outtlbound
Toth: a awoni '"meansheis-'polntingia*finger; at j
statements from witnesses to ,
US-301 when he turned'
'"' Patrolman Jackson. It will bq at least i iI
left/ Into the path of a 1957 Ford driven'' cldent. before the results
four days ;
pontiac $1,000.bamage three or
\ to the was
", by Nelson B, Jackson.M, Damage I
." struckziqht of the InvestigationwUlb,;; ;'known,
to the Ford was'also$1,000. ;
j' ( ..The front of the Ford I Chief Bowen says <, 'K\:
q P9sr /, 'aide,of the Pontiac with both Officer Jackson 'was suspended : ', ,, ., ,.'1..
d vehicles coming to rest approximateIy from duty Wednesday,aftrrnoon by '..'. Ii:' ,: .''t
; 73 feet from the point of impact in ," : t.
+rrra w gtwsr "+ \A $1 the northbound lane. 4 ,.. .

I Jackson, an off-duty Starke' .wow wwr lw-rw www-__ _.
) patrolman was' taken .to Bradford(
,County Hospital where he was admit,
::: ted and treated for injuries. of the
Ii 1 C::Niwn: .knee and rib area.According .

I to Trooper' B. A. NOTICE! .,.* I
Williams; the accident Is still under ,, ,
I... y Investigation. Jackson's speed has I
:.:. not been determined but was in excess
of the posted 45 mph speed limit .

said Williams. The Woods Wire Fluorescent/ Trouble .
II Ught
The state attorney's office in Starke
are' investigating the, accident and II advertised in our TG&VStock-MP Sate"Grcular. I
1 may file charges against Jackson and page 3, 1 Is not available. We regret any Inconvenience '
.w L y f''' 1 another off-duty policeman who may 1 ; this may'cause. ". I aIj
..:I. also have contributed to the accident.
:.II. Both Jackson and Jerry Miller, 31,
:.: ... .. who were in their personal vehicles Ij j.
S voluntarily took blood-alcohol test at .TG&Y .
Bradford Hospital. The results of the I : I '
teats will not be available for at least .
II Highway Patrol officer stands near wrecked cars on gathered on the scene. Two off-duty patrolmen were In- one week The report of the medical
I Highway 301 In front of the Farmer' Market In Starke. vloved., < ''examiner's autopsy should also be I '
Bystanders gathered a.' law enforcement personel available at that time, said Williams.
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Stolen FromIn Man ArrestedFor Injured Lawtey Man Cited

Front P. O. Grand Theft In US-301 Accident i For Failure to Yield Sss thru '

Ernest Sever 70,was injured Timothy Clark 28.; of Lawtey was ** b *1430off
Yorker stolen Eddie Lee Stone a black male of Mount
A 1979 Chrysler New Scope .....
for failure .
from In front of the post office In Starke and Gainesville, was arrested Nov. 1 when the pedalcyclist he was cited to yield from a stop ;
Starke last Wednesday morning has Nov. 3 and charged with grand theft riding was struck by a vehicle'" sign causing an accident October 26
CR-229 at
yet to be recovered according to Investigator according to Investigator Steve US-301. CR225. .
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Sever was traveling II
Backus. n i
1 The Steve belonging Backus.to Vernie Odom Stone is charged with stealing a US-301, three miles north of Starke, Clark, driving a 1978 Chevrolet was Y 1 on"all

was parked car on Walnut St.at 9:05: a.m. new spare tire from the truck belonging : attempted to cross the highway at an southbound on CR-225 when he pulled ,,,.x SraRedfieM dr
and struck from the stop sign into the path of an I IIi
intersection was by a nor-
When Mrs. Odom returned from the to Donald Bailey of Lake City
post office after approximately 10 which was parked at Call and St.Clair thbound 1977 Chevrolet. Sever ,was eastbound Dodge pickup and was hit ..- ?iii ;-.j Loop HoleScopes

minutes the car was gone. Accordingto Streets. ejected from the pedalcyclist when he on the right rear. tI < !? fj. '
Mrs. Odom the street was bare of The theft occurred September 7. was hit.-The Rescue unit transportedSever .
traffic and she saw no one in the area. to Alachua General Hospital The Dodge was driven by Harold T. 1" 'Y'.... i :
value of the is where he was treated and released. 21 of 'A' ; % G GuckSop
The car approx- Clayton Raiford. Damage to .t. .i CamouflageTSHIRTS
imately $8,000.New Damage to the Chevrolet driven by the 1976 Dodge pickup was 1000. ,, .
Lake City ChargedIn Gerald Ganly to of New York was Kenneth$250 Damage to the Chevrolet was W.OOQ)'I .. E E"N
according ,Trooper
according to Trooper D. C. Robert a:
CR-100 AccidentAnnie Ethridge. -.D'a.'n11' at t. ... S4.95
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Lee Rhine of Lake City was :
Pickup Stolen cited for driving with no valid driver's \

From Terwillegar Lot careless license driving having in to an license accident tag Oct.and 28 Woman Critical, After Accident ::Jl t' j.S'ksrfnt : ; Ammo ,Shotgun G E

Terwillegar Motors reported a on SR-100 at Pineforest Apts.A I :
stolen new 1983 Ford F-250 pickup 1983 Chevrolet truck, driven by Anna E. Rech 77, of 1434 S. WaterSt. Tyson of Starke, was attempting; tb -' ; : L: Shell Pouches
Oct. 21. The truck was missing from Leroy McMullen of Live Oak, was ., Starke. remains in critical condition make a left turn onto US-301 from '''"'
their new truck lot. stopped waiting for another vehicle to at press time from injuries suffered SR-100 and did not yield for the; ; GI.: Sp ec, 4.95 ;'
There was no tag on the truck which turn into Pineforest Apt.when he was '
when whe was struck by a pedestrian. Tyson was cited: for! J-J
had not been serviced. The truck is struck by Rhine's vehicle. Rhine pickup truck early Monday morningas careless driving. >' Camoufl gf t 'Rifle : :
dark metallic blue with a sliding rear driving a 1973 Mercury failed to stop she crossed US-301. The accident occured at 6:55 a.m.. : Clip
window and has a four-speed behind the truck and struck the rear Stat-Flight sat down in the middleof ..according to Captain Scotty; Rhoden I. ..',F 'I a :113'95' '

transmission. of the vehicle. the highway to pick up Mrs. Rech; .and"Patrolman,.David..Crumi ..Mrs.; ti9U8fl",, ,. w'5' ,?t 4
According to Investigator .steve ,Damage to the Mercury was$1,300. J' .Ufii ''' 'w I W :1'J
then transported her to Alacthp4' Rech was in the pddestrtotfvxaessHjalk r a' 4iry m: ;
Backus the theft Is ind r<4iwe tig_ Damage to-th tauak was'$60O, accor- 'General ',In'. ... "' m't.$ 7..Ii 5 M..... q I
Hospital. \\ \ .. ffq,4lgR Alnherafarprrsaidpwas Ufi ;jt.J\7\ "'t. -f
Hon. 't:.. tj: at ....dtng-toXtrEston MOIhel';,:.' r, Driver of the pickup, Jesse .Belle wiNtbnt. H'.i 1 t""v,,...' .- 'llrii
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of Tallahassee; one sister, Mrs. and was a member of the Keystone'' Funeral services were held at 2:00 in Keystone Heights Cemetery
Mable Gasque of Wildwood and one Heights Lions Club, American Legion Monday Oct. 25, at the with Jones Funeral Home of Keystone 9041.864.7855
grandson, William H. Hearrin of and the 40 and 8 Club. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Rev; Heights in charge of arrangements.
Tallahassee. Survivors include his wife, Mary William M. Wolfe officiating. Burial
Services were held Friday Oct. 29, Nelson Bryant of Keystone Heights; {
at 2 P.M. in the Chapel of Archer two sons.James A. Bryant of c .
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Park and Thomas Bryant of Virgin "
Rev. Victor Nickerson officiating. Beach Va.; two brothers Yancey Jacksonville Miss SPOMP ,
Burial was in Elzey Chapel Cemetery Bryant of Montgomery. Ala. and Ar-' i sM t
under the direction of Archer Funeral thur Bryant of Birmingham, Ala.; Hemisphere ,PageantDec.
Home of Lake Butler.
four sisters Mrs. Pauline McLendonof
Opa-Locka Mrs. Ora Daniels of 3 Ramada Inn 1.10, Lane Ave. n,{ ,J ;f ,ll.l u yvaw
Sidney Davis Stephen Auburn Ala., Mrs. Bernice Selvig of Call 259-2639 for Information )Uz W rlIA
Chicago 111., and Mrs. Eloise Wallerof t 1e11n'
Sidney Davis Stephen 93, of Lake Columbus, Ga.; and five grand bu I of
Butler died Friday morning. Oct. 29" children. !< nff.t ii u f AIf, .l
in Gainesville after an extended il- rfloN'fb- {
lness. Born in Stockton Texas Mr. i

years Stephen ago moved where to Lake he has Butler been 15! Lake Butler Farm ,Center ,eaw'TifuT

employed in the construction
business. He was a member of the 121 :tG oeimTttJ $
Hwy S. Lake Butler :.f
Freewill et
Baptist Church. et\\\1'

Stephen Survivors of include Lake one Butler son; one Ed ..F 496-3921. lit-N4n Model 38QB Installation j HHhJIJIJJJJIJtflhIJflJI1! F FI
M-F 7:30-5:30( Sat. *Ch wane [ [
daughter, Mrs. Marjorie During of OPEN : 7:30-12:00: : CltJJ .
Ft.. Stockston Texas four grand-. \at\\.S;\ ..... Not Included
children and seven great grand- .. J"7'w.J8. f'
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Services were held Sunday, Oct. 31 A Complete Line'of IU / /
at 3:00 P.M. in the Harmony Freewill "0\5 c." __ {
Baptist Church with Rev. William 1'n. &- v Purina Feed and :".I/"tJl1.IId1. to" ;Crle flUff(

Morris and Rev. James Roebuch of- Health Products" ., .r d. .r:
ficiating. Burial was in Ft. Call
Cemetery under the direction of Archer Gulf Annual Wrens Abruzzl ,
Bushel Bag 500 tb Purina '
Funeral Home of Lake '' Protein] 1
Cecelia Richards Butler Ryegrass' 100 IN.: Winter Rye e9ahal i Seed Oats::: Molasses! Block! A Carrier High-Efficiency Air ConditionerHeat /

22.75 t.t..7.05 $3.75 '60.00 Pump at a Special Price!
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Mrs.Cecelia Richards.66.of Starke ..** r
died Saturday morning Oct.30,in the 10-1010 52" x ,1"6' t ', i '' '' Repl'jii"! .your oKI, irii'tfiucnt unit regardless of make or model.Highettii .
34'Hog ; 5". 1'-n
: Jacksonville Naval Hospital following x 16' He rofl
1 a short illness. Fertilizer:: Cattle'Panels Pane Barbed Wire iencv heating Produces over twin. as mm h he.i' per

Born in Coventry, Rhode Island $. yoo L s uatfj ckunc roist
Mrs. Riclwds moved to Starke 25 ..., ..18.90Elcll $16a90EM'1', .20.50 freemfi. '
years ago from Jacksonville. She' .' \,
was a receptionist for Dr. Whiff en for 7" American Heavy High-Kiln. ien v C'ontinn ton Hi H S fK R r.itmg rno.iu> liiwcfMimmer
many years and a member of the St. GaugeSeed.Bed 5V "
Edward's Catholic Church. Field Fence Crimp Salv. ,teur RoofingrM.50.3 ,,' cooling billvI

Survivors .Include one daughter .' 6 f .13 90.'t..:t:; ',11' .< ,'7J'10 I ong lasting srMee-anc umiporu'Ms
64 .00 .. .,!'. slp
Mrs. Carol Richards Byers and Covers ,
330 .fie { : .
f several in-laws: G..W Richards of' \ $:) = !!!!! "
12 :
Starke'and Mr.: ,and .Mrs., Steve We new have ,' ,.. h 1>0,
Richards of Austin;Texas;.,>.# ) ,,8, -. *5.15 T 14 S A ft O > ; ,BON.US.
Funeral servicewere held Monday .Deg Feed Back In Sttck"r shttt1: :: w.UU .shttt,t "" -v' 4' \ .

ward's, Nov.Catholic at 10:30 Church a.m.at with the Father St.Ed 21V.. Jazz RaUen.. .>, <;;I .at ;7:OO 1", ,9'$5.8O'bai S L 1610.30 c.- ,,b .t ,.., .. -...-.....--...-..,..-. r-"-"' .;$50oriooUS
was Edward In Crosby Rooney Lake'-officiating.Cemetery: Burial under 211/ JauChunks,.:RNoora.$7:75': i, 10' "'6.45 tLt! "io'a14'$ RWje Cap | .....: ",1 :'f>I 1 '. SAVING.BONDS,

the direction of Jones Funeral Home 27,% ,J zM. pnrtan,Chocks'$M Ibs'7e': ; "' l' ,< K Kn 'II :Sf.C t '$'O BOND.WITH PURCHASE'OF 1aQB ,

of Starke., ,M '18'A."JaZZMuerClHHtks..H..I.. e,' I ,.. a U,.9Ur i'' .,w1Mr.I" ;" / '' .....!G a.\"yNyh ,$100 BOND WITH PURCHASE OF J8QF 1
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Heights Friday morning/t Put :"HY" ftHsmin I : -5 5 ',b "Jo' ; .,. :
22 of sudden attack all his '
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residence. Born in Cotteeville''Alas..: ,'Mm-a; hr... ,'t L' ,fill.vWtotorVefttibic. ,-t ...' ';1 ,< '8'aO Iii.....:,. r ", .'Ii. ,
he t moved to Keystone Heights It She u HwntfBele. :,:1 .. $t .. .. l.eow;'I .1o. \, .1., ,- J.1.A, s--. to I'
r years ago from Jacksonville,H*was una 81..111I'. ; u. "" 1 .
', i I. World War II veteran and a retired, "'"'lilr Rifle .- -- ,Racks"'c"t ,.K"""' ''J<.- .... "I 3,16 N.,Tenlple'Ave 4f 3tai .,. .",i .
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.< Dr.Joe A.'Jthur'n: histudy SpecialPurchaseU! !

it Keystone Heights Missionary '82. Courier XLT'S (8)oriiiaalli( ) *t8385.spocblpuroh'

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Has Traveled, Far and Wide price,absolutely loaded. w/5 speed trans, air, class,carpet, plus full wheel

oovorsWSW tires

cs To Spread 'The Word : $6095 "." I

S$ Plus Tax llL
by Carol Jones ,- could try'to walk. Unaware of his sensations 'that the great physician can" a
5'" He wiped out prostitution and drug they tried to discourage him The Christian Missionary Alliance t
r C5s: trafficking, outsmarted the Communists ,because the day before when they iwas founded by Dr. A.B. Simpson, a 15.9flPHw/cahor
: :3 j| and beat one of the most crippling :tried to weigh him,he had fallen over, Presbyterian minister, in 1887 when : $156 month
CSa diseases. He is Dr. Joe Arthur; But determined, he took three steps 'he began holding missionary afternoon ; trade of *1 OGO for 43 months
pastor of The Friendship Bible The next morning his doctor cameto rallies. Young people were asked
::3:: Church, the Christian Missionary his room on rounds. As she sat on to volunteer to go abroad to places
a Alliance in Keystone Heights. "' the couch he slipped out of bed and that had not heard the gospel
: In his missionary work, Dr. Arthur put his hand on her shoulder. The Today the Christian Missionary ---- -------- ----
1Si has traveled to countries including neuro-surgeon who predicted life in a Alliance is the fifth largest Mis* l .
!;;j Japan, Honduras, and other areas of wheelchair for Dr. Arthur arrived at sionary organization in the world
S Central America, saying his most acc this time asking what he was doing supporting 1,015 foreign missionaries '
sa complished stay was in the> Philip- '''out of bed. After he explained what who work in 52 countries. All '82 Carryover
-- pines. had taken the
place neurosurgeonsaid Friendship Bible Church, of which
-- He spent 10 years,. 1969-79, In the he would believe Dr. Arthur had Dr. Arthur has been pastor for'the .
:;a' Philippines working closely with been spiritually touched if he could do< past year and a half,was constructed
students in colleges and universities three deep knee bends.Dr.Arthur did by members of the church and opened Bronco's Vans
.. during an era of unrest and. .turmoil these and the surgeon. turned, and here eight years ago. Lake Swan Pickups, ,
F throughout the world.. walked out.. .. Campground in the Melrose area; is
During his stay h the Philippines; the Christian Alliance camping head- ,. .. :.. .. 1\
.. : *
Dr. Arthur began ,VIe"PSALM'r DArp a ?..h itias progressively >It.quarterstn Florida n. -'.eN. r ai:' ..... D l.r'lnYoice\"I.tax" :
I af\hi9il< \ meaning improved and now does not have",F.04A Special Missionary Convention,,is
Philp i Alliance Lay :signs of Multiple Sclerosis, even scheduled January 24-31 with talk of a
-:::.J: Movement The "PSALM"Training ,though medical tests show otherwise. .parade through town. Missionariesfrom
b Center is now located in Cebu,Philip He is not discrediting the medical profession various parts of the world will
=...=... pines. but as he says-"There are. meet at the church to share their ex
Often the and the
e 'some things that doctors can not do'' periences. r
Christian Alliance would debate .
!:? Communists Iy on campus.were Just recruiting before 1972 young the; 2 Bronco's 1 Fairmonts, 4 Dr.

people into the New People's Army.
When a Communist rally organizedIn Npw. .
In front of Zambounga's City Hall, Dr., u Electronic .Savo '21100" Save '1980
Arthur..offered to debate'-with.the an
'Communist speaker, but they refused; Cash Register .
4 Escorts Demos 5 Pickup's
him fearing their exposure.. 4
"' at a
>,Dr*Arthur didn't give up so'easily4lirle <
recruited 100'PSALM stun and f Mechanical Price! Save =10001'Hunter's /
Tasked them to bftnIQ these, (11.9% financing!) ___
students infiltrated the 6,000 students -
"' -' "- ?;for1 \ ( ps the -
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rt ktr A1t01' raDYSD Dr. ; (the Victor 511 EGR "
r blew a w
,, ) e ion students stood a ,sophisticated Electronic;Cash Register System... Specials
11Jit chairs knd in* their, loudest' .
'; / !/ O itemized customer receipt, D!kxked-m detail audit tape'D
;! gospel, ;
S SThpxaHy.jwas: : so disrupted.that W fYnutorn oc tax and' h.Y1ge many other standard features totv&fa
,Computation provide complete manaaementrfultKl
speaker .coukt<'not contW.nd'rally th : I
cancelled..The dst"' : automatic taxable'and ron-taxable control. '
Cgrnmu 7 1* *''K sortina D five control totals. Maw 1983 at 82 Prices
movement was in .
check..Vi;.a4.t s' 5; '
A,, a young boY. Dr. ArUwr bc4rn,*r ."'"'Check::: Out The
11 Victor Money
interested In magic and he,Mudfed the<$:
craft for 20 yea f. before arriving In *
pt 1 lliJL"; It For;,All Your Office'Su liesOFFICE'
!,! !I.. e ps a bar In the communitythur :
.4 .: where Dr:. lived which served ,
:,t11} as s drwI..4Ulctll.w.., < i: ''De 11 tf,),cl' 1ia t'liIIIFbut,"': SHOP F15Q-117"W.B.
\ I I ''h :!robche d the owner and they
!' agr I on 20 minutes of magic in ex- t'1. :W'Call;' St.. 'Starke. Fla.I :, Flainids
lunge for,.thre ,-minutes
: i il speaking 9645784Luke's ;
3. time for Dr.Arthur. V
.;...ilj., I The second month; they agreed on is '. -, J 390 six-4 snood manual 1 Ir. l.,, .
minutes of magic followed by three' $169&00
'o-.t:-' female singers from, the; PSALM, l Meat: Processing ,power stooriaf, power brakes, '
::'Z.11 ''group. These girls became, ac 5- '
!' [attainted with the male rock group !,Road C231496.2601 Olustee Road 'iknit. seat,gaugss, limited slip. roar N
'that also entertained at this bar and ,1t raxle
.before bar musicians Prices Good thru Wed., Nov. 1o,1982Ftoih Ion mount '
the tog
long mirrors
: came -
/ ... .... .. .. UI ; .
believe the gospel and formed .afrv < H Mgud Pin sea*a9t

:*-w..t PSALM f Ultimately gospel after!> several i : eonversa ;.j I:, ;Bilk or Pan Sausage, .,. .::1., ...... :.n.$ .39. i' __ 10.'T3311

"*- '., lions. with Dr. Arthur;the owner closed '' /; :FreshUnks: ... .v. . .-.. .'.:.,".:It.$1.10.t 'F158117"W.B.FlairsWe: : '"
his.bar! ,.and :began(a other. .,,
: 'ibuslnessA. '1"4-,.., .'' x- n.L t;.;I IlReked.... f.,'; ;... ., ... .. . It.,.f1.59\ \ "

Multiple)Dr.Arthur Sclerosis was diagnosed and was paralyzed.having'j";';:. t' :Smelted' Bacon '...., tr.' .. .:.., ... .' .2.00 '.(4x4) ."
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from the rib cage down.;,.,! th. N .-'"4.' t' 'SnNksd Nick Banes.. .. .,,. .').:. ., .. ....89'1. ( > -
When a neuro-surgeon told him he *"" f { sib;4 sjiMsl nianaaJ ,trans. : ,
//1. 4(311( power 0't
1 would spend his life in a wheelchair !',; v .PontslilkR. 'J:''.. l-. ..<.. r .. i .* .i. 1 .69 j ;; ) $ O
J i''he fell into* deep depression:" >" -1 '1"1'_ v_.. TJJ\ .., ,y. yr....l .,' -l -'S4'KA'' I !\ Tslt ri eernl tinted .
But before being admitted Into the t, ..r.,., ', ......, ...,. .. a..,......(....aI. ). . .: .;'. ,fc. t. ; i,power braktt_,.air '
1I:t 1 hospiutl be:preached in'a'Chinese"church ..... lutt INlt' JI'l'' '1'' 39. llass! HMH.d sKp.. rear ailt.sports
t''' and his sermon was based one '. ... ,. .u" ..'I.......i.-,. .II I J lhistntsentatioii t

.jo y. A portion of the sermon echoed,': IH 'SaiMWiCn Haffl., i-. 'rf .! : i ''.Ib.fc' *JSC >: No.13312. t
.Joy is not something that have' '
you -
i but Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit and ; oter Cut Pork, Chop*:: "Pt'H",.:;.".*,$2.00i, "o\1J j #1 ?'ra" ,

I i when the Holy Spirit was in you then \... Lelit v vvfeM. .';1 ,';;',.v1 Kk1.Sitol .'" : ..: _,1ft '1. .
he circumstances gives you the Joy find no matter'",, i :. :J'. "p1:J(....... wL tIi. ;telala,.. .. ....1 :...'fito...; .s ., ;
f you yourself '- "
l ri4r \While In the hospital he refused all l .I.I"" :;'".""JtI': ,....., .1 1.'......',-...,. 'H.. .'....S1 't3D"l. a ,m .,1'Come.See: I:' "Clyde. Byron. Warnty,-BIN n a
{>visitors excepthlswife and Nita, .*- \, f'RIb' ".'........:.a.- !1, S11-11" .. ..... . ,
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,J Pteilippinohelper, ,aDd barely spoke' I II .. .... .. ''.''' 'f'l'.:/..+. :..4,..!''.,,....,., 0, U" \" "" r' f"- "\ -

reflected Cor. 10 'days.on."'..his During-this'Jut': sermon,time, and,he.' t, :I"t' 'AyN'u....."/lR.ItIw" \ ;'i;.J '. ,'*' :'..'t....,,... ,1. ...};I : S ,;ri r.ERwl: LLiR ] ; :

I 1 realized be was. not r Uowinc what, \;be& 'lA"',.; C:,, Boof-.". ..".". f...,:.',", oIJ..I'K''' .'.,..''!\.1'<::'/,..". .' ,r h.MOTORSj, .", ,
bad said.:,..,.'t,''wrw.,. : V'- .. ...'"' '. [ .'
'I : c lsem te131.11a)taeir/ma fast ii ,'\1' 1 ... i1'I. .
h, tmmw .
One'evening hi. wife .wag readtsg! 4 .' : I i i\o.\\.t. .,i"'. 1I'o.lt .. .... ."
I .4J.i' Psalm lift to J him:!!when ...came to itt i{ t or,'tlalcil"'r i r;J'f ;""IH.I.41; -. 4LL '(,;.'9a.L:72.' : ". '2II"W. .M \ lI... .....' "..,' '"... ','1'Q'; ,
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your stumblf.Ing at : j'\/;, "" : ; '
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I ?t'a sensation in his land moving up H{; 4t,), .'*.i1.)1.l'I'r.' : '!- Wt w. 1.s r f ,\."j .M.' .w, .'
3 ,his. bcdy'He: and Nlta f AlII a awm v a?:t0': """
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Rescue Unit Runs Donnl.lo" Unknown Vehicle: :. Th c'Datsundriven: .by Edgar K.' TandVeIiiciCII lumped from the mediah inty>>its path
,' '
Hughes III of Montgomery, Ala. 'liecar hi* and killed UM deer, according
The Rescue Unit from Bradford In Bum Unit Forces Car Off RoadA 1 received damages of$300. Damage to And Kills Deer to Trooper W.M.Abtams., \ ,

I County Hospital assisted with one Donnie Loft, of Pasedena Texas, 1979 Mercury was forced 'off 1' "' the the Ford was $500, according: to A 1908 Ford driven% by William, Damage tp the grill and right fron

J Stat-FUght pickup during the month and former resident of Starke,received road by unknown vehicle,which Troo. LaD ton : Stephen Purcell of Tampa was going, fender of the Ford In,tti e,October 2f
of October according to Cliff Chap third burns to his face, \ ,I accident was $ ; : :<'>
degree .' .
$ passed It Oct. 31 at 11:45: p.m. : / ; southon US301approximately,2.8.miles ..1 ..00 ,. .",
11JT IIi
man, EMTSupervisoc'. arms and hands in an explosion on his Driver of the 1979 Mercury, Ralph : south, of SUrke wh.n,,a' deetM. '.,h.,. ". 'I'' '.\.,, t I > \,,., ,
Total for the month were in Pasedena. He has been receiving ', 't r (..\ '" ",\
(% transports Job Miles HartseU, Jr. of Jacksonville, L'1 t. ''A ..: .. _".,
61,with us calls involving no transpor treatment in the Burn Unit of lost control of the car as he left the .

tation. Southmore Medical Hospital, road and slid 72 feet before hitting a
Of the 77 calls, 33 were taken to Pasedena. Set At Woman's ClubRed

Bradford Hospital and 28 were LoU is well known for his musicalability tree.Damage to the Mercury was $3,200, Play

transported to another hospital. especially on the banjo, having according Trooper W.M. Abrams. Brooker,Youth InjuredIn .
Twenty-three calls were trama played across the country with Accident

related, 12 were cardiac patients and blue grass, country and rock groups, Cycle
i eight calls were people having including the "Peach Mountain Starke Man Cited Warren Sean Hall 18, of Brooker. Fox/Second Hangin', a tale written and told by Roadside'Theatre,
and \ ; of Appalshop, Whitesburg. Ky. will be presented Thursday, NOV..4, at 8
i respiratory problems. Boys, "Kick Back, appearing was taken by Rescue 60 to Bradford .
:!< ,I Twenty-six calls were for flneasI In concert with "Alabama." For Careless DrivingEarl County Hospital following accidentOct. p.m., in the Starke Woman's Club.'It is the second in Santa Fe Community

.. I with one overdose and one alcohol It is feared the third degree burns to Terry Bedford, 24, of Starke, 29 when his motorcycle ran into College's 1982 Fall Festival of Performing arts series.The perforpances

I : related. his hands, which necessitates plastic was cited for careless driving in an the rear of an Oldsmobile at US-301 are. free and open to the public. .
1 ; One call was for a gunshot wound surgery and year-long protective accident Oct. 30 north of Lawtey. and Edwards Road. The Roadside Theatre production has been widely acclaimed by critics.

and there were two calls for stab covering and care, will stop his playing Bedford, driving a I960 Ford, and a Hall was treated and released from Tht San Francisco Chronicle called it "strikingly original, creating its
wounds. and he would appreciate prayers, 1982 Datsun were southbound on BCH. own unique approach to theatre." Tht Washington Post wrote. "The intricately -

Two calls were to transport beta cards and letters from his friends. Interested US-301 at 1:15: a.m. when Bedford apparently Damage to the 1980 Yamaha motor- researched trial plot; would be a winner anywhere so deft are

ween hospitals for X-rays. persons may write him at: fell asleep and struck the cycle was $250. Damage to the 1980 the three actors quickening. this memory of 100 years ago. in the

'1 I Four responses were for backup Southmore Medical Hospital Burn Datsun in the left rear with his vehi Oldsmobile was $50, according to Lt. Cumberland mountains." '
calls, said Chapman. Unit, Pasedena, Texas, 77506. cle's right front. Lane Sibley. Following the performance the Starke Woman's Club will host a brief

'a "meet_the performers"! :. social.period.during which the !audience will be
given an opportunity .10 meet inese laieniea aciors.

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'I!.v prescription sun gla..... FASRICSi In lock. $3 a and Saturday. Nov. 5 and RENT Union County Tim.. Pool. landscaped yard Home. 3 BR, 2 both Grove Joe "' 11I
with 2-5
: Contact Union County Phone 496-2219 or 6. South cA Lake Butler on 89 SW' 2nd Av.. Lake outbuilding fireplace. central heat and A.-
'liS Time*. 496-2261. TFN 8/19. 496-3143.yard. 231 near RMC 2nd dirt Butler/Phon. 496-2261 for ocr... $20,000 down. air, $3,000 down and takeover Pecans J, 4 T BUILDERS

.., TFN 10/21 rood post Johnson Gro., more' Information. TFN Balance own.r financed at payments. Phon.496- For Sale CentacM c..,..,
SASYSimNGi In horn 2nd trailer on left. N.w 10/1. 10 p.rc.nt for 15 year 3194 or 496-2338. Itchg
INSURANCE from 7am. until my 5 and used Items crock.t of RENT TO OWN A New Additional acreage 11/4. 1.00 Ib.-ln shell
p.m. all children Baldwin Piano of available. Flexible ..rm.. BOAT FOR SALE 1982 Pro- too mall too
A Lunch furnished. $30 per kinds toys, your 3.00 Ib.-Shallad Nothing or large -
cloth., radios, etc. 1 tpel choice. Porramore Music craft 14'. w/drlve on
.f, 160 S. Lake A"... Lake week. Winnie Luk.. 11/4. 904-7326776 Ocala. 7/8 thlngton Springs. Phon. trailer. 60 HP Evlnrude. Olb.-100lb.or Free EUmates on All Jobs

Butler. 496-3978. Complete 4963402.11/4. 2tchg 10/29 YARD SALE Saturday. 9.5. fin 496-3625. TFN 7/22. trolane motor 3 live wells, more Call Us Today to See How Much We Can Save You

.tl Insurance Service. TFNExperience across from Lake Butler 'STORAGE SPACE FOR RENTi PLANT SALE 20 percent off 1 alreated $1.000 down GET THEM EARLY _
ik _ _ __ YARD SALEi Friday and Sunday Middle School on SR 121. Approximately) 800 square total sale of hanging plants and take ov.r payments. I I on .101 15wlSII
I Nov. 5 and 6, and landscaping plants Included. 782-3332 782-3296 Tudy
Itchg 11/4. feet for additional Infor. Phon. 496-3194 or 954-13701 Home Repairs 1964-45201|
r .SI. ceramics and |unk. also YARD SALE Saturday and motion coil 496-2261. TFN. Sal. ends Nov. 6. 496-2338. Itchg 11/4. _____ _

B S steps to a more beeutlf color TV 23 Inch Quasar. Sunday 1/2 mile down THREE MOBILE HOMES FOR Contrary Mary's Garden, RCA 1'" B/W PORTABLE TVi -orRernodelin --S.-- _
U complexion with Mary Kay 380 SE 3rd Av., lake Providence Road. Tr.: RENT Double wid., 3 SR 121 LaCrosse. With stand 40 ft. Steel

Cosmetics for a complimentary Butler. 9am. until. tpd families, many items to bedroom 2 full baths wall .462-1961 closed Sunday Mast AM UF Ant__.,

facial call collect 11/4. choose from. clothes appliances to wall carpet, heat and and Monday. 2tcht 10/28 signal booster lead-In
., Diane Taylor YARD SALIt Friday and. toys and other air, nice location $200 p.r 11/4. wires all In good condition. Starke Family Planning Clinic
Saturday Nov. 5 and 6. Encyclopedias 1976 PINTO STATION
: ((904)35-22I7) misc. goods. SW 12th Ave. month. 2 Bedroom 2 full Reasonable Phon.
t clothes. misc. corner of SW 2nd St. Itchg bath all electric wa.h.r WAGON 4 speed. AM/FM 496-2291. Itpd 11/4.
Items. 1 and 1/2 miles on and dryer,$175 p.r month. co...". excellent condition 197S KAWASAKI 500 H-1 Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)

,.. Providence Rood. house on REAL 3 b.droom. 1 both ocr. of n.w emeron paint. with CD 1. :2 cycle _glne. & VasectomiesNo
UNION COUNTY right. Albert Sounders.. ESTATE land. 10X14 utility $1800. Call 496-2627 from $500 cash or best offer.
1tpd 114.ClassLfied. building. $175. Phon. 8:30: until 630. 431-1028 Call after 6 496-2143.
TIMES p.m.
496-2842. after 6:30 p.m. 2tchg 10/28 Itchg 114.Classified. Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed.
496-2261 LOOKING FOR a special
Ads 11/4
piece of property If I bedroom unfurnished, If DATSUN 210 COUP S 964-6500
Get Results don't have It. III find It-Just
t Interested call 496-2995. speed AM/FM st.r.o. Ads
; ask-...
Itchg 11/4. reclining bucket seats. 34
REALTOR 496-2126 ResultsUnion
or mpg, 19,000 miles $4.990.
S 496-2903 ..., 'Your
toll 496.7977 ali.r 4 D.m. 2
I NEW LISTINGS .......... County Realtor fin I
00 3/26. I If the shoe doesn't
Large 2-story house. 4 BR. 2 1*. Fronts three roads
1 NIEDSiCall V.n.ra Brown
pecan tr_.. Ideal for large family and entertaining. Call

.MUST SEE. Astumoble mortgage to qualified !MIy.r. .-.OA.!496-3022,vv........._.. ._.._Sandy.. _v.."_'_...Haz.n..1. I._.._... __ _ _496-2261_ for_ _an_ad_ just_ _your_ size_ _ __ RENT FOR RENTS FOR RENT I
2 Bedroom Trailer w/additlon. Completely furnished
non 496-3140. Tiffin and
on appro 1/2 acre. SR-229. Only $11.900.00.STARKEi Owens. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 Classified Ads Dobbs Independent
Bedroom CI House w/w carpet, air unit partially Hn ehg..8/6, By the (afc-By the h_. Noob '.oporJmertt,, ucflistb.d.
furnished on one scr.. fenced chain link H' Septic y.nIe. G..T..p tee homes and spaces for rent. ma'-lt91.t..konVrnl.fly-! Aopy) at Tackle/!
Completely ( ) Clean-Out ,,: | Mg *r,toe n* ...\(' I'MecYe'afla'nof' !) .,,
r. 4 Out !buildings, country living. Assumable VA mortgage. I High Quality Work. atReasonable vehicles) i,Jocaterf;efberly| coupleot9Jl.W.Call.St. ) j IlfBolC.'S&I'-IIr.1 : ( Temple St."
Reasonable Jtote welcome ..
: : Phon.4682913. $229 per" J"TT7041lpct";, f
F LULU 1 431-1102 43MOS9 497-1086 Prices. 9/16 HnRESTAURANT mo. On. yrs lease. .3 BEDROOM Mobil. home M

.3 Bedroom Brick Hou... Large kitchen with bar d.n REQUIREMENTS S. EQUIPMENT 964-6491. 8/05 tfn for rent no pets nochildren ,
for rant 9646784. 9/09 fin I NICE 2 BEDROOM I bathhouse 964-7619. or
with fireplace on on. .cr. Price reduced. High School diploma or equivalent 2 experience
years MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi quiet 964-8614. 11/04 Itchg
LAKE CUTLER In all phases of bookkeeping payroll and office pro CMttoM eS.l* 1pecW..... One mile from Stark. city n.lghborhood. Contact 81 8 '12 x 48 2 BEDROOM 1 bath.
: .3 Bedroom, I V4 bath block house on on. acre. Three cad,,,.. Type 49 correct words per mimi).. Must meet w-..., W..__t....' ._.,Cant.S. limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E., Park wood Place. 11/04 completely r.mod.l.d.
miles from Lake. Butler. Country living. public well must..able to work with developmentally .-. ios'.M..... ...._toy the.-teot....... .......... Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. Itchg 964-9190 or 9647984.
PIa .... .......
-Attractive Bedroom Brick home. Central Heat/Air.carpet disabled must take munlt. for executive board 5.4..w., 0D___..._ KITCHENIFFICIINCYRooms I FOR RENT or for sale, large' 11/04 Itchg
'II stove, ref rig.,dl.hwo.h..Ixtr.lot .valla.... meetings held onc. a month at night. Shorthand hat M..ffi for rent at low 4 bedroom,2 bath. den I MOBILE HOMES For rent. 2
'.1 Small Acreage. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Owner Financ required but helpful. Hours 8:30 4:30 p.m.. Monday w..kly rates. Call Temple carport workshop chain and 3 bedrooms on

ed. CALL TODAY. through Friday. Salary range. $8,900 $'.700. North Florida Motel 9647357. 9/16 link. 1.29 acres..964-9610. highway 18, 3/.... miles from

JANE S. USHER Submit resume and two letters of referrence to Farmers Livestock Mark.t EOW/rin $379 month. 11/04 tin JOO.'''73-507.njtehg 1104UNFURNISHED
Industrial Cample of Ralford alAN MOBILE HOMES for SPACIOUS: 3 BR, 2 BA home 1111" !'W
.(>..I.. N. .. 1-,... ,. ..
U 441 !Uke
II'" P. O. Box :368Ralford. City) rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto with CH/A W. Call St., lots I upstairs
Y'"r Union Counsy balsa! Florida 32083 0HI0e("S4)7S54s5) .&. .CIt,.pi.. prison. Call 468-1323. of storage. No pets, calF961f&5877. 'op<<.Tf'n4nt'1or.nt. inquir.o .

"9r.21260r"16.29ua No lat.r than Nov.mb.r 18, 1982. Equal Opportunity I _--Ie_,lie.L._...._... M..b.4 ...... 5.ns.. ..w.n. ...... 10/07 Hn. ,, : 11/04 BuUjngto or call
360 W.Main St.. Lake Butler Employ.r. Y.f W.Wat..... 5.lIdsc e *lt_WSM_bi.. ONE BEDROOM HOME'MCICOUNTRYl : EadQoIeS, i3 boG:)I WL'f ipo4. 2tchg
W Payer Night Itchg 11/04 I I -( s4)7p.Mfl' 7SMS44 _Ioooyhoa__ But. there's \.f tove refrig, air,and heat. 11/11 -
Hs..s' O4)754.455I, room for another! bedroom ,11 Couple S.; O:..f URNISHfp :3: b.droom
or d.n. N.wly pointed:' Wtnr .pr.f.r.et I thd:! motiI.o91.. riff is Loop.
Qulet neighborhood. Tttri j U ....... -' AO.S1 ",onth. (00 deposit

Information contact John &419Mq 3 BR. 2 4ih. con:" I calPalf.f 4:3Qj.Tu.s.; thru

I' Keystone Heights Ads """. -- -on"".. ...", ",...."""",....."' .."..".... .............""0 :""".. K.."...." 964 964-6309..8602. evenings.days,,10/28. or. ,.. tral r 'I'S 0r7 2S4.47i.i ncoridlH..I Itionody1i's lIHUgW"'RibutW1EoiM"", her Itch9voj.bis days.

Hn ')tcig,1't5"; ;] IS. Three
NICE ROOMS for renl.tVand ., '''b4m, 2 ba and large
FOR SALEs YARD SALE air, $50 per week and-' \8a4dd I fenc 4. Call aftertygjorMidlcal ,
c MISCELLANEOUS up. Wall to wall carpeting1"Call _'p.J:... '11. 11/04
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed SATURDAY Nov.6 10 WANTED SERVICES 9649992. ask 1oHaiel. :,,cr
lake in OFFICE SPACE facing I SIN. 00 AMER ICAN 9/30 Hn } -
Hlllcrest. a.m.For..t
-t $800 Street 3rd saLU3iiicountP.rt. co
Lawrence Blvd. Next door 2-ROOM
T down. $146 44 per month. house on left. Top of MOTHERS HELPER WANTED Remodeling work kitchen LEGION HALLSr21. Saturdays EFFICIENCY In ,
to Andrew Drug Also 7 and Lawtey. 782-3498 or O .II' prlc. sale I,
t Phone 473-4098 counter A cabinet. and trim p.m. Sundays .
or dishwasher responsible. dependable
several large offices for 782-3949. 9/30 Hn I t
2-9 Public Invited. I0" thru
4. 473-4367 alter 6 beautiful carp.nt.r. Reasonable p.m. "
cut glass suitcases person to
come Into home
ta,. m.lO/lHnchg fan.. antique small rent In'rear of building from 7-9 a.m. and 3-5:30 price. Call 473-2477 after 10/1Hnchg. 2 ROOM KITCHENETTE. Wall 'I .7.1 C n't I.. out. I..

,BEAUTIFUL. LAKE GENEVA wicker desk chair tool, facing Flamingo. Call p.m. for a 6 yr. old boy. 930p.m. 10ltfnchgCARPENTIY ALCOHOLICS to wall carpeting all tor. will b.'Rf. .
473-3411 10/1 '
access lots from $9,900 planters .tc. 11/4 Itpd Hnchg Housekeeping duties AND MASONRY ANONYMOUS Closed utilities furnished PECANS .;.. .: I
11:01: $900 down $71.74 per IMOKALEE RD. Sat.. Nov. 6. GATORBONE LAKE 3 BR. 1 be added for an Increased may WORK Building potto, meeting Monday 8 p.m. 9647184. Und.rwood'Mot.l. r'
f"- month. Discount on entire 9-5. Sun.. Nov. 7. 1-9 p.m. Both, study CH/A carport salary. Must have own additions remodeling Open meetings Friday 8 10/14 finHOUSEKEEPING W ,Bwy. S M Croci it4t44t4
10 acrea On. waterfront Follow signs. Antique $37S/mo. transportation. Call homes and tile work. Free p.m. Alonon Monday 8 and sleep. Daily J.
lot. Call 473-4373. 10/1 tools clothe. .. furniture. If MOBILEHOME: 3BR. 2 Bath 473-2383 for an Interview. ..IIt... Phone 473-4473 p.m.. All meetings at Ing room. TV and Air. Starke State Farmers Mktf
off Hwy 18. Educational Underwood Motel 3 miles
Hnchg rain cancelled. 11/4 Itpd 10/21-28 2tchg during day. 10/1 Ifnchg Building Community .
CH/A Hwy 301 N 9648811Walnwrlght
$200/mo; OFFICE Church north of Stark. '
TEENAGER will 473-2790 or on
corner of Lawrence Blvd. Trailer Park Hilltop St. SPACE At k.yuon.C.nt.r Shear Perfection Salon evening and weekend. 479-2130. 10/1 Hnchg Highway 301. 9/16 Hn Produce

and Flamingo near SR-100 Furniture, clothes, etc. $160/mo., 375 sq.ft., seeks. stylists with a Reasonable. Phon. OVEIIATSRS ANONYMOUSNo COTTAGE IN COUNTRY t' Would you like to have ,
and SR-21 Intersection Itchg 11/4 Keystone following for 1 lease ..73-.10..11/4 Itchg dues, fees or welghln. Newly "luted. One 100% of your eligible expenses .
I 4-separate office complexes Heights REALTOR Realty Inc., tion. MORE MONEY opera! I All COUPII Interested In doing open meetings Tuoaa,. bedroom. Jut fitero's room (Shop & Compare!! paid. In or out of .>
: corner lot with entrances Ifnchg 473-4961 10/1 call or. confidential. Ask odd jobs and house cleanIng 7:30 p.m. St Ann.'* far another bedroom. den Special Insurance for the hospital? We have a
3-sids duties. 'Call 4731362.'WANTED Episcopal church. Keystone er family reo", Per mereInfotntMiIon
on of Huntley COMPLETELY FURNISHED for Sarah or Susan ,Mobile Home Parks Major Medical Plan THA T'S i
9 contact ..
Heights 473.2790 efoViiit
building. Own.r financed
4 with low Interest rat. Call Reufearn's house on Spring Lak.. 2BR EXPERIENCE 473-7323. 10/21-28 HELPS 2tchg Arc 10/llfnchg ,....UO.. days er ; All types of JUST FOR YOU I;
A/C $229/mo$200 homeowners policies for
473-4920 or 473-3411 welder. liNGO Lion Club acrossfrom 944-8402. evenings 18/28 .
10/1 Hnchg SERVICES deposit. Call 264-9394 after Apply In person at NURSERY WORKER 'for 3-4 high school. Tuesays .... mobile homes. Am.riconR.pubilc
.. Omega Metals, of -
: '.LIQUIDATION of all floor Hnchg 10/1 Shands Rd. and corner SR21, yr. old during 11 a.m. ser Early Bird 7 p.m.: Regular. NEAR SHOPPING 3 BR. 1 Cat for'' Quote '*'i 1 1Olin'
merchandise AT COST and ESTATES Keystone United 7:30 p.m. Public Invited. Bath CB house.' Stove .
,4, BELOW COST. 473-7689 Lii7 :3BR.. 2Soth home kitchen tfnchgLOSTFOUND Keystone Height. 10/28 Methodist Church. Call 10/1 Hnchg. refrigerator laundry Mobile Insurance Co.

I > WHEELERS APPLIANCES equipped CH/A, laundry 473-3829..11/4 Hnchg room. carport nlc. local
,'. room. Reference --- J* J- Home' Sales' AgenliBerbare
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1- Lawrence Blvd. 10/38-11/4 .. 4'13-4252 -- -------- neighborhood. $225 per
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f 2tchg acurlty.$300 468-1573 per ma. plus ; PearceAppliance mo. first fast security I Elaine M. Olin;Agent S AM-1 AM
I CONDOMINIUM deposit. No pell.4681509.."
.tory. 35*., 21 *. HWY 21 -' 48-2010.11/4.11111 2tchg LOST CHINESE PUG_ male j '1 Repair 10/28 2tpd 11/O4 i 9645606REAMES Twos.Wed. FrI.Weekends .
between Melrese and ..I-. Of M... NICE new 3BR 2 Bath fawn with block face. lost I 80* N.WESTMORELAND ST. 'I

f Keystone. $93.000. Call EIactrIc ......... "hou.13-3752.3tchg.. 1300 /Ma. Call seen Hlllcrest" Oak Rd. All Work Guaranteed Three bedroom house, I Vtbaths. .... .4L
ol ..73-4933.11/4.11111 2tchg 11/4-18, Answer to Wrlnkl.s"sReword : $279 mo., first and ,"

j :NSW BLOCK HOUSE 3BR.. limit IrIIIfInI I offered. Call Mary : All.........lnclu ll..e Mtcnweves last rent $100 deposit. .;
I. & .j 2Sath, carpel. 2.car car.. Clay CiulissLa..a Harper 473-3903 1 Serving leke Region Children _Ic_. If Interested. '
4 port Semlnole Ridge. .....1IyI.... Call Doris '. "1,1' ((904)... 174 1797.7862 after 'HEATING r Curi.sSuzuklKawasakl
d I $55.000. Call 473-4933. .-.- -.. 473-2210 .14.:1: 5 p.m. 10/28 2tchg 11/04 i
I. 11/4-11/11 2tchg BEDROOM. 1% BATH fur rnlshed
I 'FWSWOOO 1' cd. oak. $89. : mobile home. SERVICE 'Of!ta rk.

-. 1' cd. pI_. $130. Pine cat. I FOR All nJ I Stove .Tharessa_. off $R.i$. .
Broadway '
> fac. for kindling $8 per BROOKLYN SAY .....1900. I0/2S2tpd 11/04', 'OagftOllHoatars' MotorcyCle
r- pick-up load. Call FIREWOODSlechJeckOek Insurance Forms TREE SERVICE .2 II. 1 SA Cypress......... BeeMrtful. .... end wMtesend F FURNISHED two. ,bedroom ,
mci 473-2443. 11/4 Itpd A ProbUm beech. $49SOO. "au.... Newly j painted. Cleaned Tuna-Ups

L. I, POLO-OUT SOFA Into bed. 479-4T32 after 8 P.M.UOOflM. ? k Removal ..,.' SILVER LAKE ACCESS W/W carpet Reasonable.No ,". ., Single $t.".
4$100.: Regular solo $23. Need Help To Fill Out e2 M. 1 IA' with. ; fete privilege. CH/A., ....... chlMren-No'patI.I,,Ph.. I .- ",s. Twins $,'.00.
Chair $10. Call 473-249I. The Forms? Medicare. Trimming ........ .' 964-5444.ao/2$ fist) 3 Reedy for
Winter Triples$26.00
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11/4 ItpdPUCR Otompus l Individual LAKE GENEVA aeartn.ent, ,
I Free Eitfmat an bedroom. tn 'J"- -.4- Four ; $ $.OO
(- bodraod chest suite. Include .... I claims. -1 ii;t BA e* Hwy 21. BT ...., $.,.... wtm gee4Keystone ,two* bedroom. $S129-S1SO" unfuM": 1- ., '.. Cyl.' I
of drawers. leave The Worry ewoos --. ; MlneVTuite"" Doe* Net In- .I
dresser. box spring mattress -All..II kII *. ... To Mel 4734732After nlshed house,. $179. elude fart*.',*
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and bed f_. Cell a1flltl.... Frsc Call Heights '.964-7521.10/21 J pd 11/04 .n.ap sV f
473-2048 Itpd 11/4 5 P.M. Realty, Inc.-: ONI; ROOM, EFFICIENCY US 301 South

I h........ 473-2117, 473-2542 REALTOR440Lawram COTTAOfls' Utilities fur.. ..',"4 6'.7; ,. ..... '

j MIl M81....._.._ Yllene height. .ltvd. 473-441 to..- ,,nlshed.100-964-7219.$300 month.10/2S South 2tchg 64-1962 UI.'Ot.NIH StarketI,

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I 6'-4.13r. 7'-4.761 24x36", 29 cent each. Used cut. female puppies about ruJiltfJar>
HOUSE OP BARGAINS S.. .Btt ,PARKWOOO Pit Off .ABVSntlNOt: In my horn. ,'B'-9.40.9'-6: : 10'-6,99; In printing newspaper two month old. Mother

hit I.I Believing 212 Call Pratt Mag. Twin bed, I MIL'S SAW SHOP Complt. > P>ot ,meal I* and 117.62: 12'-1,26. W. Great for minor repali toy colli.. 964-6468 after 5, (
St.. 9 ....., te SiSO p.m. fraeser dlshwaMr mall sharpening *.rvlc.. clr onyx nocks, fenced In 'back manufacture.Jacksonville. jobs. Bradford Count, 11/04 Itpd REALTYUtL

; '.,, Y.'B come see HI et oar go ref. for camper misc., culor hand carbide yard. $30 ta $25 weekly. Call toll fr.. Telegraph ....630$. tfn. UtL. : _
tfn I BB B
loraMeit. 3/lttfn 1-800-343-3702. 8/16 BBB e e _
? new FrI I Sat. 11/O4 Itpd chain mower blade hollow :ARPET. NEW USED Fur BUSINESS
Call Thu,... Fri and Sat; ..i.c.tric1yp.writ.r C
:. SAT.. Mil B tlll:30. SR 230 SAT.. NOV. 61B til 9 Rain or ground and balanced ,b.tw..n5 only SCM 7000 HEAVY for DUTY sale at nlture B appliances. ; I'D

:;. past Hospital from 2Vi mile club. shins multt-famlly.ln.ld. Lave at Jackson Bulldln( .961.6588.11/041 the Office Shop, 110 W. Plumb. fixtures and pipes. OPPORTUNITIESOWN A. 964-7776 ......0.
across country M_. lodge Griff I loop.,, Supply In Stark, K.yhonH.ighte BARGAIN CENTER. OS-301 '
BABYSITTER Mona' Call St., Starke. $200.
Look for tlgni. TV. fur- 11/04 ItpdGARAGE Butler 94-6679. 2/5 tfn TiS: 205 N. Temple Slarke
Lok. ,
i ':' nlture and misc. l U/041tpd or thru Fri. 6 to 6.'; Call 10X OFF Victor 120 Heavy YOUR OWN M ,
'II! 4 FAMILY ,GARAGE SALE SALE I Sat., Nov. 6 TFNchg ,,...5135. Marlon N." ... Duty calculator. Office I>O'DROP-IN BARGAIf Infant-
from B tit 4. Wearing apparel 301 South
'IICOHCUCS Shop. 110 W. Call St., HOUSE Pr.t..n or todies Apparel
Fri., Nov. 4-5, 1/2 mile brlc-o-broc. 11/04 Itpd 9646740. W. buy and set all
ANONYMOUS I' Phon Stark. Store. Ottering nationally Special)
Rd. 125.
West of lawtey on miscellaneous Item 1/4 LOCKSMITM'BUROIARALARMS ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W. used furniture and brand
ONE ap known
"".5148 r "".7619. Club Estate on
::1 1 I Begin B a.m. until 3 p.m. mile down Carter Rd. Look > 34 Hr*. Service. Michael Gllhooly subdivision ... 8/13 tfnrECONDITIONED such Jordoch., Chic HOUSE BEAUTIFUL Country
Little bit of everything 8 TFchg 964-S849. 1S30 South rood. as Brick 3 BR. 2 BA Fully
for signs. l l/O41tpd Face hard I TVS) Colors lee, Levl, Vond.rbllt, a secluded acre.
:;a i tool.. 11/04ltchg 3 FAMIUESi Sat., Nov.6.'to.i i AWING molescl.an.d Walnut St., at the Outfitter Well, septic tank Selling starting at $10000 Colvin Klein Wranglerover equipped kltch.n with snack bar and large

H1 fRI N IATI Nov 5.6. S AM 4 p.m. on Griff I loop lot) .. All *. 5/13 tfn $7500. Will take terms. Trade-In'* w.lcom. Phon 200 other brand.. DR.garag. .
3 PM. Tobl chain, hl- lecond railroad, dirt rood, oiled and alust.d. .Will DO BULl DOZER 9645606. 10/07 tfn 964.8212.6/11 tfniCRATCH $16.500 Includes family.room w/llreplace. lR. separate

chair., stroller carseat on the right. Cancel rain. $15. Work WOCKs Call after 6 p.m. 8 ACRES located facing State t DENT SALE enew S7.90O to Inventory' airfare .. Paved Driveway. Many extras.

carpal, trlcycl., dishes, 11/04 Itpd, guaranteed, Jamei. 964-3879 Cooper Rd. 227, Breaker Rd. office furniture. Desk beginning for on. to Fashion $75.000. Great (financing I

bedspread*, .h..t., sewIng 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Thur Strkkland corner Morgan Nursery..11/04 4tchg 11/25 $14,500 with terms. filing cabinet .lecretaria Center, training fixtures,
machine guitar tool, Sol., Nov..... 9 HIT 517 N. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg UN will provld. room end. PERFECTION 9645606. 10/07 KEROSENE chair. Save up to 40% oft grand opening promotions HAMPTQNLAKEi 112.5 It. of lake frontage superb

clothe* and many more Orange St. Good clothe CHAIN LINK FENCES Install beard. for convalescence or HEATER,50.000 BTU out. cost. Th. Office Shop IK Call Mr looyhhn brick hamrn.w/3 BR, 3 BA. Fam. Rm., table top stave, double

'! y It.", .. 7 ml. SR couth 100.Clov.rs.ltl.s of. for all ttuffed animal; ed. Free..Ilmat... HandyMan elderly ............. Range .put. With air circulator and W. Call St., Slar..... (612)835-1J04( ) 11041fpdMotorcycle oven, custom drapes. Nice dock w/elec. baatllft.beautifully .

5 V? Starke on Ilk. new toy. .m. kitchen F.nc. Co.. own .. motion. eBerclce* for thermostat. S175. Schwinn I'AC-MAl/, SMURFP AC landscaped w/.prlnkl.r system. Owner linenling .
Poultry appliance, *hoe*. all *ort* Tommy Redell.h.8559. thro.sp..d. TION 3-sobject composl I.
** rehekllltetlen avelleble. 24" boys bicycle, S149.000. Total 1150 sq. H. Mint CenditlenlpTTLI
i Farm. 11/04ltpd of knkk-knocks and lots of tinpd 982"PEWRITER Excellent condition lion books. $1.19. The Ol built exclusive
Stark. 2 M4-71M. 11/04 Itchg. LAKE SANTA FEiCustem
RD. .
610 COtLEY other Item 11/04 Itpd REPAIR Cal $50. Call 9647076. 10/28 flee Shop 110 W. Call St.,.
family yard sale. Sat t Sun 1978 SUZUKI 100 2300 showplace on 2 Ac. 1110.000. Unsurpessed
Nov. 6.7.9 til 3. Fro osrlurnitur. YARD SALE the Office Shop. 110 W HOMESFOR 2tpd 11/04 Starke. miles. $49!. Call 4732214 KINGSLEY LAKE:Brick duple 1600 sq. ft. appro '0'
Call St.. Stark, for detail* '
; dryer .tayI. 3 'Two Families Sat. Nov.6 tfn On. acre near ConnerlyEstates. New, S7S 7I2-37S4. 11/04 3/20 ttnClassified 2ft water. 2 BR.: I BA _h. Could be mad Into one ham.
964-3764. SALE
,:, wheel motorcycle, hunder 8 3. 888 W. Madison St. In $7,000. 964-4278. Itpd (110.044. Wonderful fishing and swimming
,* special rifle ((270). misc.. back.. Watch, for *lgn.. GLASS CUT TO O.DE'IDoora. 10/28 4tcha 11/18 ..1UGAR CANE"PATCH Cal Ads IN EICHTHSiCountrv I I Club-Colonial Brick w/boy wln-

v something for' every_.: Furn., appliance, chainsaw window, etc LARGE BEOROOMi, 2 bath, HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argentla 782-3761 good lor s/ruf lows on 1.7 ac. 3 BR. 2 BA. Fam. Rm.. fireplace. CH/A.

*r 110ltchg clothe all age. TV JACKSON BUILDING SUPP den carport workshop Bahla Hay. J. M. Edwards making. 11/04 Itpd Get Results Move, rofri,., D/W, 2-car garage. Assume S40.OOO mtg.
BRASS WARE AT LY. 9646078. Order. al.< ,...5379. 10/28 2tpd .
) on YOUR Ph.
1967 '/.%. Total SI5.000.JNSEVENJJES .
antenna gamest! many chain link 'fence, gardenarea .I"! FT WINNEBAGOi at *
i _. Waldo Flea/ Market Bfdg. more ltms. token In Lak. BUtter; 1.25 acr.*. 11/04 good .hop., $5,000 ;Versatile I Frame home, 100 .... ftwdetacned .
; C. 33.35 ,...ob/.prlrfl.Nautical. 496-3079 and Key.ton. pecan. 1 RIDING LAWN MOWER hookups
9645610. 11/04 tfn 782-3826. 11/04 1 Ipd garage, rental home I MH spaces ((4
animal/ Height, 4734973. 2/26 tfr and 1 push mow.r. 368 N.
HOME BY OWNER 3 ) B 4 Stern Road. 71000.
,, bathroom futures' .k. HELP IRADFORO SEPTIC TANK Cherry. 11/04 Itchg 4 OOO USED TYPEWRITERSFOR BA. LR,
brick 3 BR 2
NEED Ookr AHractiv.
IN flFTHS Five -
2 both CH/A HORN 75 tunes
BR. '
M/11 for thai
'I Sot-Sun. vie 2tpd SERVICE Bradford Count SALE In time
WHOLISALI AUCTION WANTED fireplace, vaulted c.Iling, $35 long bed camper top inexpensive Christmas. )R, Fom. Rm. w/flr.ploc. and c.llingan.. Range, refrlg..
residential outs
.A pump- W50-I5 Cragar I 3/.%. Owner will toko 2nd
$250, size
Assume mtg.
extra*, screen .nc.
every Thursday 7 p.m. We also re-lay drain many gift Come see us today MONEY?
Truckloads of merchandise RIAL ESTATE SALESPEOPtltScholarship. porch private garden, tire with key. $100 The Office" Shop. 110 W. mtg. Total %S .600. Near Country Club.
at avallobl. for line.. Phone 96/-0121. 9646279.1104 I Itpd
ev.IIebl..very w..k. unlicensed ERA 3/28 tfnchg'ROFESSIONAL 1680 *q. ft. financing. AKC COCKER SPANEILl 2 Call St. 964.5764. Use Your Home Equity LIKE NEW: 3 bedroom 2 bath, brick with fireploce B

Hundred of different, Faulkner Realty person"" -506S. / Car CleanIng SS4.900. Appt. 473-3569 mth old. Had second We make 1st & screened patio carpet, mini-blinds, stove, refrig.,
Item, new merchandise. 10/28 tinVOCATIONAL'INSTRUCTO. Service. Cleaned after S p.m. 11/04 4tchg shot. $75.782.3011.11/04 CARS ft dlshweiher I disposal. Assumable 11'/.% mtg. ol

Everyone w.lcom., 231S washed vacuumed 11/25 Itchg 2nd Mtgs. Call us fora $ I.OOO. Total prlc. SS&.OOO.

S.E. Hawthorn. Rd.. li Duties Includ.: Instruction anltlzed, and deodorized 2 BR MOBILE HOMEi 69 MARE B COlTi For Sol. TRUCKS5URP'lUS Lake Sutler- BR, 1 IA brick w/garoge end 2040 carport
11/04 6tpd
G.tn model. Good condition 9647065. Itchg 11/04 quote.
of mentally retarded $7.00, pickup an.d.liv.r.d : on 2 ac. Great location. SSI.500. Financing.jfjORTIESS .
offer cars
adults In vocational area* $2.500 or best 964-5010 St.-3 BR. 2 BA. CS. Lg. IR. .ot-In kit
placeColl aring
SAT.. NOV. it .-.. 610 Alton or ,your $83. Dobermon Pincher trucks available. Many sell !
I Rd. 11/041Ppd (Carpentry. pallet 9647226. ak for Den 782.3326 anytime. puppl.eail-duck.d, for under $200. Call .. than CH/A. Closed porch carport, nice lot. S43.300.

FRI B SATi Nov. 5 ft 6. 3 manufacturing or buildingIn nl.. 12/10 HnFAMILY Itpd claws removed $35. 312-742-1143 Ext. 609 for 1150 Clark St.-Brlck 3 BR. 1'/. BA, IR. den fireplace,

mil.* South on US 301. related area) at Sunshine HAIRDESIGNERS 13 x 70 3 BR, 2 bath ...pan.do 7823781. Itchg 11/04 Information on how to pun n' polio B.B Que grill. S41.900. Nearly New I

11/04 Itpd : Acres Work Activity living room. fireplace, I HOUSE TRAILER 55 by 10. chose. 10/07 4tpd 11/18 -Cypress St.-. BR, 2 BA Fam. Rm., cov'rd. petto. Ig.

..1,0, FRI.. NOV. Si B til T 3 fomll C.nt.r. Qualifications: 144 W. Call St. central air fully carpeted good for storage, 1 acre of .'F4 FIREBIRD) Red. Glass beautifully landscaped lot. S4Q.OOO.

!' yard sal.. Lawtey 1 mil. High school degree vocational, 2 yrs. '"-7303 ceiling fan new appliances land, 1 ml on 100 Rd. fron Packs, 4 n.w tlr... $1.900. Laos. ......nt Ed.Nlc. corner lot. 3 BR, 2 IA CB. CH/A Carport .
I west on SR 223 off of 301. experience In Open excellent condition tag. Cheap. Inquire at Forsyth Road. 964.8407. Ig. lighted shed. $ 7.00.

I.I Toy, family clothing, fur area being and taught 1 or ASdegree T.W..F. 9 Ml ':JOrhur must see to appreciate. Bradford Badcock Barber Fum.acrossfrom 11/04 10/28 2tchg 11/04 2000 Sq.. Ft. BuildingOn Lowtey-3 BR, 1 BA from. CH/A. garage, 1 ac. S49 OOO
ex- South
yr. ; US 301
.I nitur.. CB radio dishes, $4.23 to *. 11 AM HI' 7 PM ".900. 964.5733. tfn' 967 EL CAMINO Needs IN THIRTIES.All with cent heat 4 oil.
'perlence. Pay Call 964 6070
motorcycl. 11/04 Itpd $4.73 per hr. Send resume let. 9 AM til 3 PM 11/04 1tpd AKC DOBERMAN PUPPIESi work. 468-1000. Itpd 10/28 Bradford Villas-Low molnt. adult community. 2 BR. 1'/

THURS ft FRI 9-2 Sat. 9.12. to Bob Larimer. Director AppointmentsNot Black and i I Rust Superior 969 SCOUT 4X4i 6 cylinder BA. Charm comfort, quality. S35.000.
T Jewelry, want walker not, book.. TV Sunshine Acre, P. O. lox Always Neceary WANTEDAXLES blood line. 964-8711 days. Thr. speed. 9646215. Forsyth load-MH-2 BR, 1'/. BA on I ac. II pecan trees; 5

playpen 309 Starke, Florida 32091or 1/7 tin 11/04 Itpd 10/282tchg 11/04 peach; 2 apple and grape arbor. $31,000.OH .
=- antique encyclopedia fill out application at lABYSITTlNGi Toddler and 12 FT. BOATi '.8 M.rc. 9(8 PONTIAC very good Crawford Rd-(lawtey area) 3 BR. 2 BA frame/stucco
men, women, children, ft TIRESt 2 axles -f.JlrevWe 4 tank anchor.
Trailer. gas running condition. $450. MOBILE; HOME I II
triri Sunshine Acre on Rt. to 6 WllpiclTup let_ Assume.SIS 000 rrt 10.
SR 100 W. toT up. 7 a.m. p.m. Ig. CB workshop on on* ac.
.'.... Alton baby clothing.* Rd.:,,'turn -on Butler'llchg :, West 16.' .*..7699. 1078atcha -, from''school.''ColaSf .You deliver pick-up SIM.* tOllnMoolfe'HomeidleV $100*:- 'attef Asking 5. .$750.964.82311.964-6280 11/04 46KTOOO'' IT/04 11/04 4p3akm U61.|9/23''.*.... ? I""'-"1'm"t; .. ... J.!! .IJUAtl *M UNDIR 125000.2 BR..I BA from. on dead end s>'..'.
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f Hwy.100"W' 468-1 OOO. 11/04
Grct'i'ey ;
.Igm.T'horn. Followsign.11/04 CtUISl'SHtPJOBSI. . .
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WHIT AKE", PAINT >964.5606. OWNER'Ocalo Notional n Terms.
.. .... ,... J" i Starke. '. Itchg Slt.OOO.
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.., come 'potential.Information TRACTOR cervlce. 20-yr. TFchg Forest Pete island 973 PLYMOUTH 2 DOOR;: -I 3/4 Acres of land-724 Alton Rd. Frame home, 3 BR,

t'- 615 METLON TERRI Sat., 9 til cupatlons. For qualified experience. Excellent WANTED, TO BUYi Old wat.rfront property on Automatic, call 964 5296 or BA. Across from H.rcul. $24,200.
tt': ? Cloth.., boy baby call ((312)741-9700) 11/11 referepce. Interior! glassware in pink, green deep canal" Bake Lake 9646412. 11/04 Itpd I I I Neat 2 I.. 1 BA frame w/scrn'd porch on corner lot. Con
11/04 !
v clothes, misc. 11/04 tchg 2120. 2tpd exterior painting.hou..wa.hlng. ,. blu. and y.llow. Contact Kerr. Liveable: 2 bedroom v.nl.nt everything. S24.000.
"'i 0'I: FRIDAY. NOV. Si and Sat.. minor Laura at Pock.t Chang 1 bath hou... Finish and interior Calf Any timt -Mobil Home-Family rm. add.d. Some furniture. O'

..*.* Nov. 6. 424 N. Water St. repair Call 964-6997 01 Bldg. In Waldo or call at your to suit I.i your.ur.taste. Priced PIONEERELECTRIC fenced lot. Privacy! 22500.

"' Clothing furniture and appliance Curios 964.5317.10/21 4tpd 11111NEIO 468-9443 Thur., Fri.,.Sat. 8 right all offers con CO. *INVESTMENTS* *

:' *,etc.Hour:9 until EXTRA MONEY Interview Sunday. 9/30 tfn sidered. ((904)964-7762) or BROWNIEE RD: At lo.tllt Is posslbl to h eve a ranchette

i i .., 4 11/04 Itpd Suzuki-Kawasaki are being tok.n foi 685.2502. (3053952604.) Trailer Pol. Special In an excellent location. You can buy as little as 3 acres

.ft Of Stark. Avon Representative.Call LOSTFOUNDREWAROl 11/04 2tpd 11/11 200 AMP-5250 VACUUMSALE for $3.000 per acre with terms, or you can buy as much.

,, i I.,. Romano Crape, 782-3068. HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR) Delivered Anywh.r. 50 acres with better terms.

I I' ,, : Horsey : In Tim. ForChristmas 10/2edtpd 11/18 Lost small beagle 9648264.Size 12/5 11/04 cu. ft.Itpd$40, call In Bradford County REAL DEAL Col. James Griffin's pinesong" lubdivlsioion
I TO LOll A FEW Tit.3065
Ir : in vicinity of US-301 N. Tate WHITE KENMORE smooth Wilson Rd. Country privacy yet clo. to everything.Some
: r?ltq : .Plumbing9rServicGo .Kedy KartaeMarfc POUNDS Or a lot ol tooed.ln _r. 6598. Call top range.Used 1 Yr. Good NEW & USEDWe lots with 20% down for 5 yrs at 10% interest

pnl I', ; I : IIIlZllMJNFS4lt3Ht pound? I have a fait 964-7512..10/21 Hn condition $150. 964.4506. cAt. Finance Our Own

) fie I. .: : lM 1 I .0'.. Inexpensive. way and 11/04 Itchg Awt KIRBYS
. I A 1 offer substantial income,
I Iob.o $3a.OO '' r t9F t' possibilities. Galnetvllle. ROYALS

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p.bla ; 'SDroinClttanfr9. D' "'t 5 HI' b .DOING Sculptured RealforaS..ral
.Remodelingif j S4ttiOO ,rio<- I nail, waxing, mak.-up. J.BHf ELECT11OLUX
II.t I Self d.v.lopm.nt anpog.antry < Homes FILTER QUEENS
,.rt i Hoi Water Heater CArfstmeV011; Special
$ courte for appointment AlliR. Lawt.yAroa-325,5001 Up SEARS 1.2 A 3 Bedroom Apts.

Trltl I Replacement-,;. Throughout$ the Ster. call Debra Nor Longchamp enterprises ft Associates Also Have Acr.ag. COMMERCIAL From '150" to '297"
ft4 ....
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Repair I I'DI Hwy.301 man. 9648849. 11/04 Ztpd
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110) : 'j"81 ....13..790. --- 11/11 If you nave a Real Estate need, give u.a call.W.are a Starke Area:

.\ r.'e'' J 'r d. member of REINET-a listing service that gives your 4BR.2BA.S3500O Al Young'sSince @: : 1530 W. Madison

= property national and Int.rnaflonol..pasur.. Call today HUAl mws Phone 964-6312

TY-: ERA.' 1 If you are LISTING or BUYING. '904 / 712-3931 1957 --..,
U.S.301 South BO4/7O1-3SSC HOME 964.6918
o< e>nirlt < Mkheel.Coo_ Reciter
KO FAULkNER! 1 -. y. P.ODrawer "M" 3 Miles north ol

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| 0cvf : : 964-5010 *Sterter Gulfgas' Keystone Heights Airport
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964-5274 Gulf Wed.-Nov. 10-10:00 A.M.

.s REALTOR"Ml 301 Thompson St. 964-5888

"01TAHf Lefeyette St.Acre**from WlsnWn* west SOLD AT ABSOLUTE 'AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST

OFFtCf HOUtSiMon..Frl.9S t Construction Co.Wertiksg BIDDERS).
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....9-13 Neon .
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:. v LAD PIOPIJI11IS ,t. Isis I Fast RotaryDrilling QweJMy leenemlc TegetHerCeMMiiercl I HAY-Rafls B. square b.1... New Holland. Automatic;
leke. Ow rente imH. '
o''Y piece en Klngsley *!ft. Reeldeejtl! & Wood Heaters Bale Twl_. Pick-up Wagon (No. 1012V
...B beet........fenced, Equip. .
...,.,... epar..ales peyed NswSi4....sM.4 ey N.w Holland Squ.,. Baler Gopher Getter, (No.IOBII1) .

drive. 2.., ....... IXCUUNT CONOITIOM.Smeen State. UcRS4 wnwpetr.51E_lee_0u. (No 32C ) )
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.' lekei, 189 en'water., Nice sr... Broker. I I (No. '50)) Turn Plows

0.-., : ..!!,. t"" ... ... . --. ." KrosnDi l-LP Gas-Lub. Oil N.w Holtard H ybin. (No. Ford B.ckh..4500
HOMES New & UsedesPart8l'6ervi L -- "9)) Fehr H.y Flutter

:. '.SBridti va.ar hams I* ,........ ..waw..... 'OutofY'ri'' Hey Bern(* '.144', ). Fernem Posture Ro_v.t..
$8 .
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..atffvlsa.01. hen**whf.1.Uvel deck*. ItoB*e.H. .halt IW Whit. rector
: TMIs king 3 eeT4iS M nest* ttrepieco.creeeed
E-Z Terms ( Ford (000 ford Jubilee Tractor
IS-) : ,' perUi ceilinj fens, central heet end..lr plus 'LIMITED TIME ONLY .
.I'. r.p o .. Front End loader (Dunhem Hay Wags
'. with nice 1.M keveevTerm .. .... ..... essvmeele .
Country: Uvlngt One sera "' P.liq .,'. .. Price te 11X mer- No,22)). ISO Gallon Tenli with pump

i 7274 .. I ... .... 2-N.w Holland. Rakes end meterMUCH
with IjWCBRl .... fgaal JUplR .... |pd' ir'. ;rti :. .: _. MuttS-II.
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;s.c. -. New:Installation '3 .. VeemTl. Beth: arc kern ep..re..I4M.*. H. en' veneer

Penced .... 'T'en.ecre'wfth dbtrng r..ni:bltchea.. UvWdry raises.B'ret room'and 'cirpeUng"on
...... 3 BR 1 BA hens*M CWnli St. .'RemOcWiac; RepalriP '
hem 180 Reduced t* u r.TfM) ,.. ..) .'''''. 7rkir''* ..... .t.Aq YOU CAN SELL YOUR ITEMS ALSO .
.4.au...., .2. BA. Cia *,en Hwy. I Darrttiu ie"$"| fI .....!-irlsiSl, .:' ,- cdmitcd: your lot CONSIGNMENTS for this Auction will be taken until t.OO

'W.have mere : .. .; *e S43.BBB.t. ..l1' ;: elm. dy-et islet Bring your Item te sell t*the Auction
,.ft sMHty i b lvrytifng! Goes .
tt * e % 29,500.00 .
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l10" Reluctant Witness 4 Lands In. County" Jail : '

witness found himself sentenced to probation. ;Jury selection scheduled for Mon The State Attorney's office is real
.. .9 A reluctant Bradford County Jail October 8 One forfeiture case wan filed. day In the case of Robert Phelan, pleased with the results of the vote for
for the of court, according to One person was sent to Jail for contempt Padgett of Middleburg was cancelled Constitutional Amendment No. 2 and
Assistant contempt State Attorney Thomas of court (criminal) by Judge when Padgett failed to appear In '3 In the General Election last Tues
Elw ell Green. court. Judge George Pierce ordered day. In the past prosecutors of crime
Martin received subpoena Thirty-one misdemeanor cases the arrest of Padgett whose case was hoped the public thinking was the
to Larry testily In a burlary case before were received and informations were to go before the Jury Thursday. same. theirs. According to Elwell,
filed eight cases. The state at- is with grand theft. of crime are now
: Elwell but refused to answer a question on ,Padgett charged prosecutors
while under oath. Elwell took torney or the court dismissed 20 Other Individual cases set for trial satisfied the public thinking is the
Martin before Judge R. A. Green,Jr cases. this week changed their pleas to guilty same as theirs throughout the state.
time Martin still refused to Nineteen guilty pleas were ac and will be sentenced at a later
at which Green ordered Martin cepted.One jury trial was held duringthe time. This will save the tax payer un- "We really appreciate the support"
answer.Judge from the voters in Bradford County,
be confined in the county Jail for contempt month in misdemeanor court. told dollars according to Assistant
of criminal court. Martin will Seven persons were placed on probation State Attorney Elwell. said Elwell.
and the state attorney deferred.
stay there until he answers, according -
prosecution on one case.
to Elwell.
Other activity In the Office of the Seventy new traffic criminal cases
I : : State Attorney at the Bradford County were received during the month of
y Courthouse for the month of October October. Forty-four guilty pleas were
-. included 34 new Individualcases and 13 prior cases were
defendants sent diem by the state attorney or the
: : and/or felony TheMeat
'0',-, to the office for prosecution. Felony court.
: There was one trial by jury and one
informations were filed on 33 cases.
',.- trial during the month in
received were non-jury
'. Of the new cases Store
: traffic court.
prison cases. Sixteen cases were referred to the
the state attorney
The court or
:, : f W.dedicate th...day:November 11.1982,toll llw brave m.n.ml woman dismissed 42 cases and one guilty pleawas state attorney for further prosecu-
: who have aamed In our armed tarea*.With honor and eouraga th.yh.r.tougMSO 105 Edwards Road
... accepted.Two tion.Eleven
: ( our country fraa.Lat violation of probation cases new juvenile cases were
'. '. ... received during the month and 21
ua all pauu to ramamfaar th. today and every day of the year.Veteran's were filed.
Seven people were sentenced to petitions were riled according to In- 964.8290
; : serve time and six people were vestigator Wiley-Clark. FRESH

n. Day Break fast: 7-9 a.nu Nov. 11 GROUNDBEEF FRESH
: Post 56 is alive and well, according Country. New Humane SocietyOrganizational
: to Post 56 named after three men
; Post Commander Judge George H. was
70 Ib. Cut
: Pierce.The Post meetings are held on killed in World War 1, Jones- Meeting up
:,: the fourth Tuesday nights of each Langford-White. The first post was 'Set for Nov. 9
;': month at 7:30 p.m. formed by World War 1 Veterans Including Barbara Renfroe,temporary chair 1291b. 3700
: :: The annual Veterans Day A. J. Thomas, Sr., L. J. Yin- man of the Bradford Humane Society, Run out of paper coffee I
:;: Breakfast will be free to all veterans ing,Lloyd Green and others.The first Inc., announces that an organizational filter*? Cut a paper towelto
; : and their families on Nov. 11 from 7 to Legion home was across from the meeting of the group will beheld the right size.ISBBB8BBBBBBB. Tender Juicy FrozenTBone
: :. 9 a.m. at the Post located at 720 Edwards Christian Church then moved to the at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, in
S' Rd. site where Bradford County Court the Masonic Hall on W. Call St. Permanent or Rib Eye
: : All veterans are encouraged to House is located. After the Post sold officers will be elected at this FLORIDATHEATRE 90
: become involved in the activities of the property to Bradford County for time. 9

;';'' the local Post.According to AJ Crosby construction of the Hall present Edwards Court All interested persons are invited to Steak........................................................ 1 0 for
:2;, the Post supports youth of the community House, the Legion on attend this meeting and become active -
: as well as Legion activitiesbut Road was constructed. members. Starke 964.5451 Breaded Veil or Pepper

::. they need the support of all The next regular meeting of Post 56 Frl. thru Tues.A 0 399

;;:::, veterans to continue to serve God and will be Nov.. 23. Steak.,._.,....... ....._..................................1 for
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:: RVT Tires Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Fresh 3 Down Pork 5 9
: WARNING-Vlolators parked in a .,\ __P165/80D13 1.63'29.88 1
: reserved for handicapped 2.18'32.88 SIZE FET Priced
'..: space no longer be tolerated,accor-peo >I V P195/75D14 P215175014 2.38'37.88 7-9-14-LT 2.96 53.88-' t The previous Spare Ribs i ....................................................... .
: -: to Chief of Police Bowen. {owners weren't
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P225/75014 2.61 Boiled Slced Free
: Local authorities and the Disable so lucky... this
l :. American Veterans (DAV) are conducting P215/75015 2.46'38.88 10-15-LT 4.39 69.88 H Is their storyIAMITYV1LLEI1 / 9 9

;. ::u a drive to better label and en- P225/7SD15 2.66 '39.88 11-15-LT 4.50 72.88 Ham.............,.......................................................,...112Ia.I
( .: force the handicapped parking areas. P235/75D15 2.96'42.88 12-15-LT 5.57, 86.88 :
f : a Warning tickets will be placed ont .. ;;: Fresh ____ *w. w GusUtSQO
".:, '!o, your vehicle if you are-parked" in a < > Alignment ;' Interstate i i MBttery$1250 ; THE"' ION 11! BREAD MILK
...::; .l space reserved for handicapped people ,
=;:. or.across a ramp used by persons e PLUS ,
f::::, in wheelchairs. '

f-z To most of\la, finding a good parking Bx/ _J $$37.95 I Death (Wish II 22e 99C 199
;: : place can be dlfficut. To the handicapped a Gal.
:=;;, it can be almost impossible Showtime: 7:00
: -:":: according to the DAV.
::::.' The symbol a person in a mobile
:" chair identifies facilities that can be COMPLETE
;::. used by physically handicapped peo FULL SERVICE I
owe a OpraM ky
: ple.Unfortunately,many of us are too FOREIGN CARREPAIRS
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; hurry and besides,we're just going to
,. t be a minute.
.o The minute you take might be the TIRES & SERVICEd ;
minute needs. f. .HiCORBETT'S
a handicapped
person 301 Temple Av..
:rl, Remember,' la>handicapped person ( ) Stork Firestone) 9646436 .1

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: ADVERTISE says ADVERTISING doesn't pay, and then, if a business isn't good lettuce 6161. 8geRu.kln

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By C.E. "Sue" Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. Lenox Kelly and Chowenwau near Green Cove Springs 110 W. Call.St., Starke
Phone 4831344Around children in Ormond Beach last Sunday recently. The girls all arrived late 964-5764
I Friday and after an overnight cam-
Town Mr and Mrs. Roswell Kelly and pout the Brownies returned home II
Those in North Regional Hospital children of Cincinnati Ohio were the Saturday evening. The Junior Girl
recouperating at this time are Mrs. recent guests of Mrs. Doris Kelly. Scouts remained for the entire
Ethel Underhill, daughter of the A.I. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosby and son weekend and returned home Sunday
Mann's; Mrs. H.H. Mott, who suffered Matthugh enjoyed the day at Disney afternoon. The Brownies and Girl
a stroke last week, and Mrs. World at Orlando during Publix week Scouts accompanied their leader,
Albert Lee Crosby, after undergoing recently.Mrs. Kathy Hobbs and the assistant leader,
surgery. Kay Crosby, daughter of Mr. Ruby Hodges visited her sons Ethel Douglas, to Starke last Tuesday
and Mrs. Richard is a patientin family at Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon to the To-Reva motel where
Alachua CrosbYI tal and had afternoon while daughter Velletia the girls presented cards to the
to undergo emergency surgery afteran Lovelace was visiting her children in manager to post in the bathrooms to
accident. Both hospitals are in Orange Park. remind guest to save energy by being
Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis of Orange conservative with the use of water. A
Clyde Cone and Nellie Cone were Park attended the University of trip to the public library for a grand
re-united in marriage at the home of Florida and Auburn football game in tour before returning home. The next
the Rev. John M. Hendry near Lake Gainesville Saturday and on the meeting will be at the school on Tuesday -
Butler in early September. return trip stopped over with grandmothers afternoon, at 2:30: p.m. Any girl
After being a patient in Bradford Ruby Hodges and valetia wishing to attend from grades one
County for several days due Lovelace for a visit. through six are invited to attend. T&b7\
to an accident in Lake Butler, A.I. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Douglas have BUS Band Booster NewsA
Mann is home recouperating. We returned home from Kentucky and at big thank you folks for makingthe
wish him a speedy recovery. We are present are visiting with his parents, M&M's sale and the garage sale-
very thankful Mrs. Mann only received Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas. the success it was. These monies,
minor bruises from the accident. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keene of through your support, help send our
Jimmy Crosby has returned home Lakeland were the Thursday guestsof band to Powder Springs, Ga., near Il l
after visiting with his sister and fami- the Jake Keens. Other recent Atlanta where they were in competition I I ; ,
ly in Clearmont and his daughter and guests were Mrs. Liza Holder, Ever- with eight other bands. Our band
family in Meldorn for a few days. tic Bass and Mattie Parrish of was rated excellent, and our fine majorettes
Mrs. Lydia Crosby accompaniedher Newberry.Mrs. were rated superior. They
daughter and family, the Edwin Mack Collins of Fairbankswas were judged individually against the
Prevatts, from Clearmont to the the Tuesday afternoon guest of other eight bands and that is why we
Christian Church services in Starke Mr. and Mrs. G.W Davis and Mrs. have got to keep this good thing going. r
Sunday morning. In the afternoon Lydia Crosby.Girl Support our band and football team at i Ip
they visited the Prevatt's parents, Scouts all games and become concerned.
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Williams in Starke The Brooker Brownies and Junior Become a Band Booster by contactingBud
before returning home. Girl Scouts attended the annual Union Tucker at Brooker as to the next
Mrs. Doris Kelly and son Charles and Bradford Rally held at Camp regular meeting.

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By Dolores Meng Officers elected at the meeting Last Tuesday, Mr. Jim Lewis and
Phone 468-1913 were Paul Bawek, treasurer; Mrs. Sandi Sanders accompaniedtheir __ APl81
Stephanie Redding, secretary; and sixth and seventh graders on a __ _
Woman's Club To Host Allison Archey, reporter. Presidentand field trip to Jacksonville.In .
Rummage Sale, Luncheon vice-president will be elected at their essays about the trip they
the next meeting on Nov. 17 at Mrs. told of the interesting information
The Hampton Woman's Club is Newman's home. they obtained at the Alexander Brest / Ji1 !! 51
sponsoring a rummage sale on Sat., Mrs. Newman showed an informative Planetarium. They have been study-
Nov. 6 from 10:00: a.m. until 5:00: p.m. film on the method of saving a ing planets and the presentation enforced -
Clothing, household items, toys, and victim from choking.A these studies.
miscellaneous items will be meeting of the Cooking Group They also enjoyed seeing the old iT-
available. Donations of good usable was scheduled for Nov. 5 after school. buildings and furnishings as well as ciii
items for this sale will be ap The recreational meeting was set prehistoric animals in the exhibition :
preciated. Lola Williamson can be for Oct. 29 at the home of Mary Lou there.
contacted for more information.The Peeples. At lunchtime they fed the birds
Woman's Club will serve a chili Attend Dedication along the St. John's River. oNdiriit
luncheon Saturday beginning at noon. Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and Mr. Enroute home they waited for a ;
Chili and crackers will be sold for William Lahn attended the dedicationof deer to cross the road in front of their i---
$1.00 desserts will be 25 cents. the new Christian Church on 34th bus. The entire day was enjoyable for
Senior Citizens Club St. in Gainesville last Sunday. them. a _se _
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Recent BirthdaysOCt. ,
will hold their meeting Friday Nov. 28, Garnet Studer; Misty Prizes Awarded at Assembly
5, at 2:00: p.m. Everyone is invited to Koehler was 10. Oct. 29, Jessie Principal Connie Clark welcomedthe
attend. Keaton. entire student body to an
Hampton 4-11) Club Oct. 31, Tracey Thompson was 11; assembly last Friday. Carnvial chair-
The Green Leaf 4-H Club held a Polly Woods was 11. Nov. 3, Andy man Jolene Friese, resident
meeting last week at the home of Redding was 12; Maggie Holloway Inger Camen supervised the
Mary Jane Newman. Allison Archey had a birthday. Nov. 4, Johnathon drawing of the prizes resulting from
gave the American pledge and Andy Woodard is 7.Hampton. the sales of tickets to students during
Redding gave the 4-H pledge. Elementary the past month.


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