Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04288
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:04288
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Maximum daytime temperatures of 73-75 with dips at night around 50 Now. . . . . .Page* !1.3
are expected to continue through the weekend with no important changesin Editorial . . . .. .Pag 4)1 '
the weather. Social. . .. . ... ,.'.'.* '.'.
1 A brisk NE flow of wind of 9 or 10 miles per hour is expected to continue Sport.. . . . .Pago. 10-13 I
t through Saturday. No rainfall is mentioned in the 4-day forecast of the Corr..pond.nt..p.a.4l.pa1.

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: Rainfall has been light so far this month. New River fire tower record.

ed .25 inches, the Santa Fe tower .6 inches, and the Louis Hill tower at SECTION BiObltuarle The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Reqven
: Highland .65 inches last Thursday, Nov. 4. Santa Fe tower also recorded *. . . . .'0"0 12
.4 inches Nov. 3,and it rained lightly at the New River tower Nov.l and 3. Now Brlof.. . . .Pago SCloulfled IOUh Year STARKE. FURID2;; Cents Copy
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Gun Permit \ \ or ma k' .. Friction at Top


Leads to End

Sought forDampier

Of Head Start

\ A second attempt at hearing Friction between the executive quirements of the SREC executive

character witnesses in Pee Wee Dam.pier' board of the parent organization: the board, according to local sources. The
request for a gun permit will be Suwannee River Economic Council. requirements Include: that

made at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15. a Inc. (SREC) and the Head Start ad- employees reside in one of the eight
half-hour prior to the special county ministrative staff has led to cancella- counties involved in the program.

commission meeting.No tion of the Head Start preschoolreadiness that employees work the first 3D(
character witnesses showed up program as of 4:30 p.m. minutes and last 30 minutes of each
at the first hearing Monday night, Wednesday, Nov. 10. day within a complete work day. and
Nov. 8, when the committee of Commissioners The decision affects an 8-county that employees submit a driver's
E.W. Hodges and Homer north-Florida area involving 144 license and proof of license of a car

Hart first attempted to meet. Only children 4 and 5 years old and 44 staff Mrs. Wilson lives in Alachua Coun

Dampier showed up, Hodges says. members. The Head Start program in ty."It's
Bradford County, based at the old sad that we cannot work out
In'a second to have
attempt people RJE school, is the largest in the the Head Start Program at this time
testify to the good character of Dam: I "
cLI ,
because need it. Mrs.
pier, the committee of Commissioners 8-county area, involving 46 students says
Riherd who feels the SREC board is
Hodges and Hart has set the and 8 staff members teachers and

Nov. 15 meeting. If no character 11. 1Iir"I ._._'"'- ,-...,...._-_...- 2 cooks. more "in the right" than the Policy
Council. "The demands all
witnesses show up Monday, the com At a meeting Monday night, Nov. 8, are
in Live Oak where SREC is based, that out of line, Mrs. Riherd states.
mittee will have no alternative but to Hawking Pecans... :
Executive Board voted Last the Head Start Program
recommend to the full commission 7' sie.n the SREC to year
against giving Dampier a gun permit, Bidding was brisk as buyers boughtup cancel the Head Start Program in all was overdrawn. It resulted in the
Commissioner Hodges said Tuesday. + pecans for the Christmas season in 8 counties and to return the grant Head Start administrative office in
ar Bradford's first pecan auction last money to the regional Head Start office Live Oak closing for the summer.'

Dampier's application has been Thursday. Nov. 4. I in Atlanta. When the Head Start office reopened,

pending about two months. He told M Market Manager Bob Allen below The program was not cancelled the stipulations were placed by the
the commission at its Nov. meeting left and right, hawked the nuts to a because of a lack of money or a lack SREC parent organization.When .
he doesn't understand what the problem large crowd of buyers above, In of interest, but because of dissensionIn the Head Start office reopen.
is, when the law allows gun per- Florida only pecan auction held righton the headquarters staff in Live Oak, ed the money was handled by the
mits to be Issued. the Starke State Farmer's Market. according to those involved with the SREC office headed by Mrs. Jackson

The commission obviously doesn't '"Who'll start it off at 65 cents? local Head Start Program. County Head Start was supposed to open
want to issue to Health Nursing Supervisor Joyce here Aug. 25. but the children actually
a permit carry a con-
Who'll make It 66, 66, 66. ,67, 67, .
cealed weapon to Dampier or anyone Riherd, who is a community started to school Oct, 18. The :Nov 10
68....? Intoned Allen time and time
else. The board has never issued a ; 'wr, again. Numbers changed at the nod ofa representative sitting on the Head closing means the program will have
to citizen has Start Council with of this less than month
it Policy operated
permit any although head In the small circle of buyers at parents year a
received some half dozen requestsover each grower's offering. the students, said the friction involvesthe Head Start mploeesere draw.
the refusal of the Head Start ad.
years, most from Prospective buyers sampled freely ing unemplojment. When the program
businessmen.It ministrative staff in Live Oak to meet
from the bags, and times cracked : / closed Nov. 10 the employees
is also against the philosophy of /4vn4 I conditions placed by the SREC Executive -
had not been
a open a pecan only to find no goodie/ working long enough to
Sheriff Dolph Reddish , citizen permission tocarry a conceal-] fied coordinator in Live Oak .Melonese > teacher.in .
.the wet growing season which' c < J lcf ropli wasjpld.ljy.: one!
and Wilson. Executive Director of SREC1 >
downthe streets
'I L.edfirearm the county.up .'----r ': aids (.fall prematurely.Jfof': : ? Is Frances Jackson. d Nov. 9 fetter from Robert Drig-
k, But Interest was high blddfng'brisfcjHand gers of Lake Butler chairman of the
a Though it obviously doesn't want to The problem goes back four years
Allen working hard. hawkedall'
.issue a gun permit, the county com- when Mrs. Wilson was terminated by SREC executive board word of theprogram's
...000 pounds of nuts on the marker**;,
closing was sent to
.mission the of the Mrs. Jackson then
is following process immediately
law with, the Dampier application. floor In about two hours. reinstated by John Jordan regional William E. Sadler; chief of I the Head

Otherwise, Dampier might be able to For story and more pictures, see Head Start director in Atlanta. Since Start Division Department of Health
get a permit issued through the court Page 7B. :hat time there has been friction. and Human Services in Atlanta,

system on grounds the county'did not Mrs. Wilson has not fulfilled the re- see Head Start.... I'.TA>
follow the proper procedure.

Dampier, 68, says he needs to carrya

tal Bradford gun patient to protect resident who believes himself to be the from a long-time Russian a men- Hearing Date for Charles Hall is Still Cat-and-Mouse Game .

spy, and wants to eliminate Dampier.
I Walter Keuning, 28, charged with battery date for for the move, which he considers a Parrish instructed Supt. Tom Caseyto second hearing at 9:30: a.m. Thurs cient notice that 15 days w ould be sufficient .
mutually agreed-upon a
after off day, Nov. 4. He asked for a hearing in most cases.
Dampier a cancel the Nov. 15 hearing date
drag third at for administrator demotion for $600 loss in salary, and I
public hearing
try a
tractor and and kicking him, to have criticisms saying it's apparent that administrator date set by mutual consent and said Board member J.R. IJiml( > I Lawson
Charles Hall to air his Supt. Casey placedin
was committed In Circuit Court action his file removed., Hall doesn't intend to the hearing should be held at night so was obviously upset when the :Nov' 4
before the Bradford
last week to serve 6-months as an grievances A third for show. At Supt. Casey's suggestion the public could be present. hearing didn't materialize and he was
public hearing set
school board remained cat and was
in-patient in the North Florida Treat- a Parrish asked attorney Welty to get a Moody said Nov. 4 that three days trying to decide whether to vote to end
late Nov. 9:30: a.m. Monday, Nov. 15, by School
mouse game as as Tuesday,
ment and Evaluation Center in 9. Board Chairman J.T. Parrish after a letter from attorney Moody that the notice was not enough. Purpose of his the hearing request. Lawson made no

Gainesville. second try for a hearing last Thursday Nov. 15 hearing date is unsuitable, appearance was to explain preciselyto such move Nov. 4. giving Charles
Sheriff Attorney Gary Moody, who the school board members about Hall another
Reddish at the Nov. 1 commission morning Nov. 4, when Hall did then drop the matter. chance.
meeting, told Dampier that represents administrator Charles not show for the second scheduled Casey and Parrish maintain it is the insufficient notice and the mutual Attorney Welty recommended at
t assault on one's person is insufficient Hall, says he notified School Board public hearing.up Hall who is seeking the public hear consent. Moody of the firm of Bes- the Nov. 4 hearing that the board reject -

f' reason to kill. The sheriff said Dam- Chairman J.T. Parrish by letter Tuesday Attorney Moody did show for the ing. Three hearings have been sent, Moody, and Salzman. said. Charles Hall's hearing rl'<

pier is trying to fix himself up to be Nov. 9, that a Nov. 15 date is in Nov. 4 hearing. Moody responded up Fri-' scheduled, all to no avail, they point Supt. Tom Casey was silent at the with prejudice which would have
with his
either dead in schedule. Moody ended the
or prison. Dampier said of the board. If
process re-
day, Nov. 5 to school board Nov. 4 been advisednot
attorney hearing having
the out.Board'
f he doesn't intend to shoot Keuning says hearing is now apparently members Patricia Spenglerand jetted with prejudice by the school
Richard '
that his schedule
Welty prohibits to speak by his attorney, James
'. unless there Is no alternative. postponed indefinitely. Hopefully Rodney Hall want an independent board. Hall's next avenue would be
a Nov. 15 hearing. Tomlinson. Casey's only statementwas .
Moody said,a new school board chairman
court system. Welt had made the
hearing examiner called in to hearhall's )
"A man jumping on a man that the superintendent has the
young will get back in touch with him Earliest his calendar is clear is same recommendation at the first
I my age Ian t a sporting event," Dam- and the hearing can be reset, hopeful Nov. 18, Moody said Monday afternoon case and then to make a authority to call special meetings of hearing.
recommendation to the school board.
pier told the commission. the board with 48 hours notice.
ly before the end of the year. Nov. 8. He gave Welty several Welly's recommendations
Board member Hall said in a Nov. 1 were out
The school board will reorganize: at dates on which his calendar is clear. letter to the school board he could not Board member Arthur Gaskins of place says board member Rodney

a special meeting set for noon Tues- Welty relayed that information to attend the Nov. 4 hearing due to a con- whose term expires Nov. IS, was not Hall. Welty is attorney to the school
t day, Nov. 16, and a new chairman Chairman Parrish right after the flict with his schedule. Board present for the Nov. 8 hearing date. board. Hall points out and should be
named. school board work session Monday member Hall also stated in the letter Gaskins said Nov. 4 he didn't know placing various alternatives before

Hall is the administrator who was night, Nov. 8. Parrish, who says he's that the hearing date was not how the board could respond to the board. flail Lawson and

transferred from the Lawtey Elemen- "about to get a belly full" of comingto established by mutual consent of all Moody, adding" ,"I haven't heard any Spengler fear the attorney is becoming -
tary principalship to assistant prin- hearings at which Hall doesn't parties as the school board had voted grievances. involved with the administrationto
cipal at Bradford High for the current show up, Is obviously becoming exasperated 3-2 to do.Attorney. Moody said Nov. 4, In' answer to the detriment of the school board's
school term. Hall Is seeking redress with the situation. Moody did show up for the questions about what would be suffi- interests. ,


"..., School ,Roofing Job Can't Wait Despite State's Money CrunchA .

{ freeze: on spending has been If the cut materializes the school, ditures, maintenance and other county Paluzzi Vyverberg & Taylor of placing additional insulation on top of
ordered for school personnel until the board will have only some $125,000 in level, expenses are fair game, $201,600, some $50.000 less than the the present ceiling in the schools.
Nov. 11 state figures out whether an addi- building money left, and It may Casey indicated. budgeted figure of 250000. Supt. Casey said that would need
'. Veteran'* Day 'rk.... tional 5.7 percent funding cut will be necessitate borrowing $100,000. Or, Casey pointed out that year before The architects abandoned their some more investigation because the
I .American legion Hall necessary. the state may allow the board to borrow last the school system worked earlier ,recommendation of a sectional cntrire plentum needs to be cooler
7 'A.M.SATUROAY. All purchase orders are being ex- against next year's allocation of through a $300,000 budget shortfall sloped roof as too expensive for since the entire space above the ceil-
amined to:see: if they merit okaying on building money. with tight spending policies. He says the length of service the board would ing acts as the return air duct in the

i, .No. 13 an emergency basis., No others ,are The three members of the board he believes this budget cut can be receive. They said the 5-ply coal tar schools.

SI. Math's Ind Annual being approved. present Monday night decided to bor. ,withstood, if necessary. roof is more cost effevtive. ,
t .Art a Craft '..tl".1 If the state does mandate a 5.7 per- row, if necessary, to complete the The roof would be surveyed to find FTE Count Short
KM. 1(1 Dark cent funding cut, it will put Bradford reroof ing Jobs on the Bradford Middle Board-member 'Rodney Hall, objected low areas, after the present roof is 82.62 Units or 110.761
school back to the 1981-82 funding School and Phase 3 of Bradford High that Supt. Casey is making removed and additional roof drains A total shortage of 82.62 weightedFTE
MONDAY. NOT. IS level or upwards of $600,000, Supt. for which $250,000 has been budgeted. decisions on which parts of the budgetto installed the architects said. units which amount to some
Bradford County School Bd. Tom Casey told the school board Mon- The board apparently won't allow the cut, usurping the school board's When asked however Supt. Casey S110.761 was reported to the school

Meeting 7 P.M. day night, Nov. 8, in a work session at money shortage to delay the roofs and responsibility. Board member and Board Chairman J.T. Parrish. board Monday night, Nov, 8. by Supt.
which lack of money was the main further damage the two schools. Patricia Spengler agreed saying the both of whom have experience in Tom Casey.
.elfortl County Co"'I...... topic. Any new cut would be in addi- 'Supt. Casey says he has committednot board should be more involved in the building said they have estimated a Vocational programs in the regular
i' 71SO P.M.F tion to the two percent cut Imposed to touch Internal cuts.
budgets of individual shingle roof using trusses and school centers, as opposed to the vo-
before the budget was hardly schools. But such things as Casey said any purchase order approved plywood covering: can be put on the tech center make up most of.the shortage -

i, TUISD Y. Nov U adopted. travel, supplies:! library expen- The<< by the board said would he has be paid. schools at less cost. Question is, they a total l of 69.02 WFTE or $92.595.
Stark Council superintendent pretty said if the schools will hold the said.
Casey Ways are being studied
good guidelines from the Department
7i00 ,.
now to more students into
get voca
of Education about where and what to
In '''BCT B-Section Millard Brown vo-tech administrator tional programs, such as home j
t B-U Girl Scout : : cut.Hall and a builder of houses, economics, for instance.
asked for more work sessionsto
t Neighborhood, Mooting pointed out additional support platescan Special education is some 15 WFTE
7iMr>JM.Nnt Th. "Styl. Counts... Bo Kind to Animals... keep the' board involved.New be added to the huge middle short but a thred speech therapist
;. United. MotfcocDit Church Al Nellie'* World ol Hair Fothlon, Newly-formed local Human Society vi Roofs- DiscussedOn school by putting plates on top of the has never, been hired because one fl

'tho flrtt block-own.d bwtlnot on chapter. I* up to S4 member partitions put In a few years ago like cannot be found ''and the money re-
...' _._. THURSDAY. No". II Coll St." In Starko. bu.''no.* I I. lino. I BMS, Phase 3 of BUS adding on the second story of a house. mains (tn the budget,..the superintendent
Calico Country ....., Homo-Stylo Construction.,. New roofs of five plies of cold tar Chairman Parrish asked Supt. said.

7.00 AJM. i 4iOO P.M. Special, Olympic Smile.. A Keytfon hod and felt were recommended to the Casey to have the architects look into Regular academic programs came
ekm-Ioup luncheon 11.1 full Height couple school board by architects AI Dompe that possibility during ,the coming
A pogo ol picture on ..radeom.. difficulty and torn fun building up eight students short of projections
I PInt United MethodUt Church lord" winter tpoclal olympk game*. (heir own hem. and Bob Taylor of the week. but adult vocational is 9.54 studentsover
Galnesville/Palatka firm of Dompe, The architects also talked about projections.fj .


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TELEGRAPH November II, 19K2

Special .Meeting on Building County Storage' Space Set for Monday NightIA I


special' meeting of the Bradford who knows where the communications Union, Columbia, Suwan'nee""and" from the state are forthcoming to dy that the state Equal Employee Opportunity cheon, who filed a complaint several ti
Commission is set Monday, cables are buried to decide ex Hamilton counties defray costs of court-ordered) autop- Commission found no Hardy said the county hired ;::Jd
15, to open bids on a record wetly where the building will be sies reason to believe the county another man the same day McCut- tll I.years. I.I
building to be erected in back located. Said a person '65 years of age or Visited site Lake discriminated against Sam McCut- cheon was not hired &11.h'
a on Sampson
courthouse. Hospital administrator C.E (Rip) older is needed to serve on the I :{
Trustle Run whore J.D. Odom is
of the commission is to use O'Steen will also meet with the board regional Health Planning Council to requesting
present storage space on the first Nov. 15 to further discuss the bonding represent the viewpoint of senior the before board's the support In an ap-of Christmas_n_ ___n____ Parade_. Set 4 P.m.. Dee 11 ,M: I
of the north end of the cour authority of proposed $7 million issue citizens. plication Environmental Regulation Department. The Santa Claus will arrive in Starke on Call Street, and wind up in the open ;tq
for the zoning office. The cur to expand the hospital.In board apparently saw nothing it objected around 4pm. December 11, a Saturday lot between the old county courthouse tat
zoning office upstairs will Accepted the return of carryover Bradford County Telegraph amA
space to, commissioners for the annual Christmas parade and the
to the state attorney's office, other action Nov. ), the commis- funds from various county elected of. noted except trees on the site. sponsored by the Chamber of Com Christmas tree will be lighted and oils
ficials Sheriff Dolph Reddish$15,872, cypress
be the present grand jury hear sion: : merce. carols will be sung.
room. Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez Notified The parade will begin at 4 p.m. in Chamber manager Bill Wilson says Mb
resident that
new storage building will be Was notified the administrative offices $4,330, Clerk Gib Brown $27,035. Tax a A written the Bradford Square Shopping the late afternoon time tried last year 3
near the south end of the cour of the Florida State Employe- Collector Esther Hall filed a report as petition with a legal description is (renter north on US.301 toward proved popular so it will be repeated :I :
go O
and across the driveway. The ment Service have been moved from required but returned no money. close necessary a road to get a public hearing to downtown Starke veer off US.3"! at this year *
must get with radio Gainesville to Lake City The office Walnut Street turn right on Madison TO enter the parade phone the "joi
man Jerry Thompson. has jurisdiction over Bradford, Received word that some funds Was told by attorney Dudley Har- Street to Thompson Street then left Chamber office, 9655278.'J'.,m


]Lawtey NewsBy .r init


Elizabeth Terry .cMMfll

Phone 782-3300 WLS 'i'

4 pt
Grace United Methodist Church: '
Don't forget our Thanksgiving dinner
Nov 20, at 6 p.m. The gospel group
Khema, of Lake City, will be there .

the Debra PERSONALS Mr.marriage and Jean Mrs.Scott:of Ray their and Rosier daughter Robert announce James Miss NOW THE SAVINGS ARE EVEN GREATER

Alig Oct. 30, at 8 p.m. at the home of

Starke.later.their sister Their, Mrs.reception Kathy. Rowe followed of ON MANY OF YOUR FAVORITE ITEMS!

Mr. and Mrs. John Stone of Boca 0

Raton visited their brother-in-law and //-uv. ''''''d '''' v' 'jf Vh.., .."" "u'v.., ,/0'U""h' .v.'h'.. .... ,., ,,. ., ""h'", "N ,'un

Tuesday sister, Mr.until and Thursday.Mrs. Earl Troxell f$ "/y, /N ..,., 'N ,W % .1i!; ." ....nm." ...............,.,u.- ...._._. ....._.._..... ....._m.m _._._.._,....... 'm .......__.___:. ;1
Friends of Miss Enza Blanchard of
Baker County Nursing Home will i1 ) NOXZEMA ROBITUSSIN }sin bas
regret to learn that she had the ulnaal I MEDICATED NIGHT RELIEF ha0tuscn l A
misfortune to fracture her left leg. BUFFERED WL169.

She Room was at taken St. Vincent's to the Hospital Emergency in ASPIRIN COLGATE TOOTHBRUSH "-". 39 TOO8BI :Zr'1Y'1.1

Jacksonville and it was put into a soft am') Limit 3 "f I
/OTTLE or tea
cast. She returned to the nursing 39(: Tars
1 5C1
home and is now able to get up in the TYPES .... Limit -- Limit 1 10?
wheelchair of the time and % .
part -- 1tt9 J3CJ"ft
seems to be improving each day. Our +w+wcrN cCompare II : ,
prayers are with her. J rki15r ;
Heights was a Sunday dinner guest of to Bufferlrt M TABLET LAXATIVE h- :, uoC"
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Limit 2 14-OZ.TTPH '' tJ
Mrs. Robert Lee. 189 M-- P99 #>%, I ::!.It.!

Miss Lissie Starling of Jacksonville BHBpnBHHHB 288Compare J : 'lle:
returned home Friday at noon after SUREROLLON Limit 1 *"*I n
Nom. 60 EK Abs
spending three weeks with her
O / to Metamucll. or 48'Toddler's.While quantities last 1 59::>>
Mrs. Elsie
daughter Norman.
Keep Joe Shuford in your prayers. 9 tiserr

He is Memorial recovering Hospital from surgery in Jackson in Baptist DEODORANT i JOHNSON'SDENTAL FLOSS pfPiTAI ft TRONOLANESUPPOSITORIES t IISst+ r ::ELI>i.ta

ville. 12502. -
Chip Douglas and Lonnie Cook from 2 TYPES DEN-GAY OINTMENT efl!
McAlpin Fla. were Sunday supper 2aTTPE3 69(: t. 199 T, ; "fl 29"REVLON !R,17:
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell.Mr. .W MIII J 1JZ9-OZ. MU

and Mrs. Roger Edwards of Llmi} aI Limit 1 pk.COMER 1etPrloee................., .... Ji
Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon 11119 !0 Limit 1 I\.a;;
.. ...
with their brother-in-law and sister, '

Mr. and Mrs. B L. Wilkison...Jr_,.... I VILLAGe'-BATH ; GIRL, ,..... .. ... ... "'-'" .-... Ltl.:011..
Henry Hodges, Mrs. Sheila WUker- i J" "PROFESSIOPCAL t>",. ... "un; Oaj'
son and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith at- y I:LIP LiCKERS ,( (
tended the stock car races at Lake CI- I' ..... .. ;.. < eq. 4 do -- _, ;: MASCARA.or MARATHON .F7'; .MANICURE...... SETS' ; rz reu q mo: 9Aio. o

ty Saturday night. ,.
Mrs. John Tye Sr. spent last week r RAVE p59 : ICOtOU .J :',
with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. j 29 = \\I 499 ''
and Mrs. Tommy Tally and family in 1 Ikik -
Jacksonville. HAIR SPRAY Limit 1ASSORTED Limit 1 -""= Limit t set Ifmitlt'

Friends of Mrs. John Steele regretto 7-0Z. S TYPES ... ff 7 ..",,,,, "u" : !
learn that she is back in Bradford 1 t 'Ai1 0 N" ,,,, ''', 6
Hospital Our with ?
again. prayers are .
B. L. /
Wilkison Jr. went to .. CANDLEHOLDER
Jacksonville after her Mr.
and Mrs. Stuart Lockhart who will to*. IM ) STATION -P.
spend some time with her family. Limit 1 I" Reg. I." $1,1A0. \ iI{
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended 7"European I vo 4utrA9
the dinner at Worthington ,
Springsfor 249
f Ti9A, ? ,
the Retired .299 rtl n1 b' : 3
Correctional Officers I. handcrafted r-
of the State Prison. fllII w a Duels
Mrs. Sybil Gnffis and Mrs. Rossie SCOPEMOUTHWASH IIlll\! \ xlzTS
Reddish visited Mrs. Eva Andrewsand 12" X 12" VALIANTHOT stad
Mrs, Ruth Hardy in Lake Butleron ( HOOK ', POT PARSONS xura,8
KITCH Irv 0 ,"il I

brother Mrs.Thursday.Cecil Hermie Whitehead Kelly visited in Memorial their 2402. TWIN PACK !....u. .23MIf.. 8M 'I JABLES'! .'' .. I' II II,, [. irUt 8 inuu'J voVI ,1nYb'
Hospital in Jacksonville on Thursday.He f u .I Ims dam 29d9997x

came was home in there Friday.since Monday and 269LADIES' 499Makes 700 aIo) r.M. r. It9n I >oil: ane) srJTNi MoriJnebuJa

Mrs. Bettie Brown and Terry and 4 cups. '(1&.1 9a 1 9bia9 iv ,,n96ia4iq

5 u 9 it bns
Amanda -
Wright Jacksonville Price reflects $1 00 3POUNDCAKE t 'V
brought Miss Rachel Boyer out to her off la bel. Limit 1 PEDS < -SHELF WOODBOOKCASE /f/,61U9.i91gl
sister, Mrs. Fred Moore for a few I PAW PAMPERS i i1q. TIN xis
days. Their sister, Mrs. Jewel Wadeof .1rLimit .... UI ;' : ; u30t ibulz edl
Tampa, came Sunday and will be ._ .*... MM acly lotlaq
with them for a few days. 129 J ..... .... 9dl it
SCHOOLNEWS; 1MEN'S 1q. I." .101....... 23. '. ." HUU"" V;". u17.bate5SHELF

Miss Tina Brown's fourth grade SHAVERS DlSPOSAag, WOODEN .. mi.' I '18 hf} I-II :tI 00-\. ,'Ii;
GffletteSwivel '
class ..CKO'Z j. 'tJJ
went to the Florida Theater to FLANNEL .
see the movie "E.T on Wednesday SHIRT 1sH.:
afternoon. The students chose to I.49C I. WrTHQOMf1U ETAGERE -' .1l1J '1
see .
the movie with the money they earned 1q..7M s.e. .... .MMteM r ] 1 f SEA 1;: ." .iT
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members of the Safety Patrol: !-L:1:1. :
Rob Norman, Unissa King, Sheila ,1.'T
Tew. Michael Blalock, Timmy Coleman .,(013a 1:
Jill Strickland Robin Mann
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November II. $!K2BE TI-:1.I.mt\1': I'uge3A;

A: Deducting Insurance Premiums Over 9 Months is Hurting TeachersSome

Authorized a $29,407 payment to field at Brooker Elementary. Prin and the Brooker Ele PTA $1.500 The
of other action, the school board:
teachers make break our In
are being badly hurt $20 can or some
Abney Construction Co., building of cipal Wayne McLeod explained that building can be finished for $4.000 if
by more costly insurance premiums' people said Mrs. Miller. Some the HE addition. Abney Constructionhas the board McLeod said. I
of school
bid fur- City Brooker has given $2,500 the helps
deducted hams 10 mouth Accepted a $4,700 on a new
being over 9 months rather teachers are living
been paid$138,612 of the$297,720 __ .. .
than 12, the school board was told at, and some have had to take extra jobsto nace for the middle school heating to the architectural ... 'n ,.
its Oct. IS meeting by Bradford supplement their income said Mrs system. The new unit replaces a faulty contract. Payment -
firm of Jackson and .
unit that leaking toxic fumes Salley Fr. .
Education President Julie Miller. Miller. .
not made because bill .
was no
No action was taken on Mrs. Supt.Tom Casey said if he'd known into the classroom work area, said submitted in time to be in the .
Miller's request that insurance about the problem he would have maintenance man Gene Tanner. The was
premiums be spread over 12 months, looked into it before. Mrs. Miller said new unit has-a stainless steel drain to bills paid Monday. I
rather than 9. The board agreed with she had talked to Casey about it, resist acid drops characteristic of Authorized lease-purchase costing Litton Cooking School
member Rodney Hall that dialog Casey asked,"in writing?" that type of heating unit,Tanner said. $334.18 per month for a new printing
should be developed to work out a "No," ,Mrs. Miller answ\t! od, press for the administration. The 36
solution the but Got its best ever an auditof month deal will end with the school
to problem, set no "verbally. report on November 16.5 to 7
definite time for a work session. Is is possible to do 12 month deductions internal accounts by the firm of board owning the press at a paymentof pm
Business Manager Mike Reddish for 12 month personnel, asked Davis, Monk & Farnsworth. CPA Ed- only $8 more than paid last year,
said the administration does not have Mrs. Miller? die Douglas told the board not to said Supt. Casey. 7to9pmCall
the personnel to make the change just "Yes, maam, if someone is hired to worry about paying the $4,750 until Agreed for the vo-tech center to do
for teachers. do it. We don't have the personnel to the work Is completed. DM&F has masonry work in building restroomsand Keith at 964.7701
The deductions are made over 9 do it." Reddish replied. billed the board for $3.500. concession stands at the Softball
months because of 9-month
employees, such as cafeteria workers
and bus drivers, said Reddish. 12
month deductions would be hard on 9 '.
month personnel, he said.
The board does not want to hurt
either type of employee, said Hall.
Maybe there is a solution in the situation -

The $742.42 family coverage
premium costs teachers $82.49 over 9 HEW lOW PRICE!
months, $21 more than the$61.86 over

12 months. ; LOW PRtCf!

Brooker LOOK FOR THESE' !i sirNf1Y i LOI PRICE!

NewsBy "V" ... '

SIGNST ?:; .''f.

C.E. "Sue" Davis ..
Phone: 4851344On ,

Monday evening, Oct. 6, Boy
Scout Troop 516 gathered at the school I 9 e : O
cafeteria in celebration of their se-
cond annual anniversary with a ban- 2-LITER:
quet prepared by the scouts' mothersand 3-BELL 19-LICHT TWINKLE

After friends.dinner the guests and 26-INCH TWINKLING LIGHT SET COKE or

members enjoyed a program of skits CLUSTER C7kUU't
presented by some of the Boy Scouts. FOIL or PAPER St, 1S.M TAB
Scout Master Stephen Hunter GIFT I WRAP I 599
presented awards to the following: ....1... 15" ..
for one year attendance pin.Randall __-
Smith, Mike Smith, and Scott IMTEHMAGNCTIC IASIC C
Douglas; a two year pin.Kevin Starl- 770 24-HOUR TIMER 99C
ing. Lifesaving merit badges went to 2-SATIN
Mike Smith and Joel Brewer. Receiv- CANDY STRIPE 10111 599ORNAMENTS
ing two year service pins were Scott Limit
Douglas, Joel Brewer, Mike Smith rN ?
setae -
Greg Pardee, Randall Smith PaulMcDavid j
Kevin Starling and Mike 2-FOOT k t I 99 TINSEL GARLANDS
Stilwell. PINE a,,
One year service pins were awarded CHRISTMASTREE au .. rdlr199 DAWNDETERGENT
to Darye Polk and Randy Polk. ,
New officers elected for the new DElUXE'
year were: Senior Patrol Leader S-LIGHT I
Mike Smith; Scribe- Scott Douglas; 299 '
Librarian Kevin Starling; Quarter. ... CANDOLIER WREATH o
master Joel Brewer, and Troop
Chaplain Brian Kendrick. .399 .499 99c .
The Brooker Boy Scouts.will attend a.te 7 N _
the district camporee at Camp
Shands on the Baden Powell reservation Limit 1
near Melrose the weekend of
Nov. 13.Scout Leader Stephen Hunter GENERAL ELECTRIC RUBIK
.. ..,
said that most of Alachua District '
Boy Scouts will participate and STEREO .
Brookers Troop 516 is looking forward': .t4tiiIw 9 : a., :' PUZZLE '
to the competitive"spirit always u 0 T O taw ..*..... PARSONS ....eeeo
shown at these events. i* '
The weekly meeting of the Brooker ,:"9I': 849.9 699
Boy Scouts was a memorable one for | AMMONIA
member Randall Smith last Monday 9 ) Direct on sirrecording. '
.. .
night. Smith was the happy recipientof ZI-GZ. 5r e.

a set of carving tools because of his While quantities' last' ASSORTED SCENTED _
outstanding work in carving a walk
,ing staff during a recent contest held M /88Ci

School News DIGITRON :SI trot
Students at Brooker Elementarywill CALCULATOR RADIO Limit
observe National Book Week .
Nov. 15.19. Friday, Nov. 19 is a book aig). 1t_ Wa ii-a ."wale.. 14... iiii i J 199 _
character day.Students and teachersare -- -

favorite encouraged book character.to dress-up Prizes like their will .. ,I"': 4 80g :: o : 1999 I I< : ZEBCO 33 i PLANTERS

be awarded to the most original i
characters. 3 memory key .. AM/FM Police. COMBOWiderange COCKTAIL

Student Couadl..i ?,,. plus % ft sq. rt. 1 Air A Weather. ....... 1
Campaigning for the Brooker Student ; : P PEANUTS
Council Elections '.Monday -i'' 2198
CONAIR cuRL DAZZLER 1Z-oz.....ut
Nov. Students will\ give'speeches SALON PLUS1250WATT
,'male*,Campaign signs and r' ,HAIRSETTERPROCTORSILEX
hold an election Thursday, Nov. 11. Is-I ,.ofI- drag.
The student council will consist of a :::. LSI MINI DRYER 139
president vice-president secretary, ,f'WOM
and treasurer and"two class .s- it.seMICI LYSOL
2299 MTU mars
representatives. from.Grades three. 7N SPRAY Limit 1
six. *'' ., f' '" :'
council and ,, ,. 599 -2
The student,;,1 safety .. ,ad" rr 1btl.a mis
patrol plan a special tripto : "
l I
Tallahassee in th* spring to tour the 249. ,1-1 ,) "

state legislature'Safety'iP Patrol ,r" NORELCOCLEAN :.7t.. FRITOSCORN

Studetns' primarily in the sixth 29" IIZ.
grade who exhibit, excellent citizen- COFFEEMAXERfAMIMMISt CHIPS .
ship, good grades, and are recom- II24M ....... ,... ,,cIQI rvtrm+
mended by a faculty member are ste. tt.seriucf TILEX MILDEW
eligible to serve on the Brooker Safety vm sum ::"wo Biun STAIN REMOVER 09 -7/
Patrol. ; _
This honor has been achieved by six 16" N 24" ; 1
students this past six-weeks. Theyare -3M w. .149
: Tina Willingham Paul Roe. 10-cup carat 185 w 2 speed operation eSTOVE
Angela Cauthen Cheryl Griffis, Lori Limit,2
\\lII/I/ //11/1/11111/11// / Iff/I/ IHI
Callan, and Patricia Bathe. Safety I
Patrol officers will be elected the end
of the second six-weeks. -

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Lunch Menus TOP

Bradford County Middle School ; MIX
and all elementary schools i STUFFING

:Monday. N... IVMararnnl a Own. Half.pi ed FUWM e
; turn Mixhtich." green .bean. ,ruts cup.milk
.,...'.,. N.e. 'It-Chill cracker Mud,prachet.cinnamon .
. rolli.milk
; w.......,.>... 17-Chicken* Rk.chme' iltx. PRESTO AVANTIIlANK'DURACElL 77CPETER I
. turnip green tpplmture.ewnbr.ad. milk. PORTABLE HEATER
; ",....,. NOT. mllimburgfr on Bun. !lettuce 4pickle. I
. .Irench, frle.clwrry cobbler cake,milk. CASSEnE.TAPE "AAABATTERIES
Nv. It-Spaghetti W/Mral tauce,cheep 99H
; FrMay. Limit ZPEANUT
. ails.ulad apple crnp.hoi rnlli.milk. 29 tl9..MN1Yltf hDlADY'
Bradford County,High School ......... ....... MMUP*. 49 II .II39OPEN

:\1.Mla. '. %... u-llamburger ,Sink. maahed .e safety ttpover switch. ...7r ........... 9y. ,.II .......
puUloea A gravy. green bean*.,cherry cobbler

.I. cake T._. ,.hut'.roll.N**..milk.wChicken Telraiiini, hollered _DAILY 9,to 9, SUNDAY 9 ,to t>. \8.l. PrtoM good thru Sat. Nov. 13IH. PAN

. peat*.carrot.milk..,pineapple ItdbusChicle'.cake.bucuf. : .. w. MMRVCTMB WOHT.TO LIMn OUANTITII: IIFifEMUM

,; "........,. "... Barbecue, on Bun, buttered ,

; Tk corn.n4 appleiauce..,.xw -C1nll.brownie.Mlllne,milk.crackers garde Bradford : I.JJ .I ctcJ1:39 199Np11
, alad.pear half,cinnamon roll milk. Sq. Shopping Confer m I
I f....1. Nw. ItSpaghettimeal' *......cheetf' /
......apple ,hot rolla.milk. 4urtat
Mix.garden\ crimp 831S.
< WalnutStreet r Starke ,: "

ALA-CARTE Charge Ill!,
:M.Mlay.Sew:IS-Hamhurgert.. piiu.trench fries.milbhak. .
, .. .
.,_,.%*...14-Puua.-trench fr.....Mil........', II
. ',
chetMburgert '
I "..*..<...1. NOT. It,French trie, hamburger,

I mllluhakea... ,..pliu.. ...,
; "" .... ,. M-MlHuhake trench irks pi. 1ti
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; eheeaeburgen.rrMajr.. \,"..,It-Hamburger. *, pi., ...miUuhaket., ', .
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Little Items Made Bit News -. :w* I ;-

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In 1888 Tin Telegraph claimed to "...If you want a buggy, wagon, of Bradford
be "...the only Democratic In reports County'sagricultural ,
paper buckboard, surrey, phaeton, or any and
assets declared theyear's
this that believes in the old
other vehicle, from a baby carriage
peach trees were in full bloom
Jacksonian principles of 'To the victor to a band-wagon, I can supply your
belongs the spoils!' ...we fight all wants on short notice." and some peaches" were noted "as
tide issues and believe that the large as pears. L

Democrats must win!" Comer L. Peek, an early Starke Tourists from all over the North
teacher, real estate man, and :
wrote letters to the
By the 1880s the business men of developer was selling books in his their reactions paper describing
to "the center ofFlorida's
SUrke seemed to realize the effectiveness -
stationary store for three cents "
of advertising and we findA. each, complete with "illustrious Illustrations which
E. Moitt, pioneer Starke ." many of them reached by way of the ;
blacksmith and carriage maker, used "Cannon Ball ExpressThe town
a full-page ad to Inform readers: The local Board of Trade printed was growing rapidly and The
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Askew May Prove to Be ..:: ... I

I Sunday in The Pa''r'k.

Presidential Dark Horse9With
Young people of St. Mark's Episcopal Church Frank Hoover and baby son, Don, standing at left;
gathered In the city park on Church Street for Sunday Mrs. G. M. Sihtrunk. in sailor hat al right: Dr,

results of Election '82 Florida was later enhancedby now unemployed to equip afternoon outings around the turn of the century. llolman. pastor, and) wife and Maude at center Powell; Ilildebtlle(now Chace Mrs. .1
Among those grouped around the old bandstand that (now Mrs. Benre
still being interpreted and his valuable service as themselves to fill these jobs once graced the middle of the park are: Mr. and Mrs. Fields) sitting in front of Mrs. llolman.
analyzed-as they will be for U.S. trade representative in of the future. But Askew's '

months to comeattentionhas the Carter administration.This voice seems the only one Telegraph declared "...we are themselves with watertight buckets lake and only moderate rates will be

already turned to the bigplumthe position gave him an in- speaking out on this issue. It carpenter building so in fast town there who is has hardly time to a and belts to be kept on hand for immediate charged for round trips.MI" .

presidential elec- side look at the crucial problems should be obvious to all, by his use.
say prayers. of Lake
Fred Smith Kingsley ,
t on of 1984. of our time, and he now, that management and
Many local ladies spent the after- An interesting encounter with an reports the first ripe strawberry of
Smoke labor must cooperate in noon hours meeting for serious alligator on Kingsley Lake was the season. He has a beautiful paten,! ;
signals are already .., order to survive in the face of discussion of"the temperance reported in August, 1888. The thrill- and says but for this last cold he -
being sent up from the White Askew ques- follows: would have had quite a picking.
foreign competition. tion, and several members of the ing story was reported as T
? use that President Reagan deserves credit for bringing WCTU visited a City Council "While Mrs. J. White was crossingthe
r >!s his eyes on a secondrm such an issue to the national meeting to present a resolution urging lake the other afternoon, from Dr. J. 0 Haynes has his dental ,.
although he couldlardly support of Starke's first the old place to the homestead, she parlors now fixed up in elegant style [l'?
find attention. temperance ordinance.A had quite an encounter with an over the new brick store of N. J, .lD
any encourage- alligator. When she first saw him he Jones, where he will be pleased to
ment in the results of Elec- .n If anyone doubts the typical Fourth of July celebra- was about a quarter mile out and see all desiring his services.If .
tion '82. Indeed, the gain of measure of Askew's ability tion, such as the one in 1889, found coming straight toward her. Whenhe
Democrats in the nation's and his standing among Starke amazingly quiet as all mer- came up again he was about 25 the town council will fill up the ;is
between the
holes in the street
chants closed up shop at 10 a.m. and feet from the boat. Seeing the post
governorships from 27 to 34 those best equipped to judge, office and Mrs. Hoyt's store it would
packed their families
off to saurian so near, she began to pull *
gives.the party a formidable I there is proof in the fact that Sparkman's Bridge for dancing, harder and ran the boat onto a help the looks of the town very, *

grass roots power base for the former Florida governorwas picknicking, and a reading of the stump. The splash from the collision much. i,.

the 1984 presidential cam- given a place among the Declaration of Independence.Fires frightened the monster away." For the past week there has been ;

paign. Republicans will be "ten outstanding governors were a serious menace since active work going on in Starke by a '
left with governors in only 16 of the 20th century as com- there was no central water system in NEWS BRIEFS, 1887-1888 patty of engineers equippingthemselves' '

of the 50 states, placing the piled by George Weeks, Chief the 1880s. After a group of citizens The establishment of a large for a two-month survey
next Republican presidential of Staff to Michigan's long- gathered for a town meeting on the bathing house at Crosby Lake is no across the state in the interest of the j

nominee at a distinct disad- time Governor William G. courthouse square to discuss the longer a matter of speculation. Florida Steamship Canal.'I
problem, Mayor Louis Witkovski Money for construction of a building
vantage at the grassrootslevel Milliken. Choosing his gover- ordered the formation of a bucket has been subscribed and paid in,and Mr. A.E. Moitt has taken down his
of support.On nors from the more than brigade. Thirty-one young men the greater portion of the material wind-mill and bought an engine '.1 I
1,000 who have served during answered the call and voted to hold delivered to the site. A first class which he will run his machinery by.
the other hand, the this century, the compiler of regular practice drills and equip hack will be put on the route to the Mr. Moitt is a very enterprising '
strengthening of Democratic man and keeps well up with the
20th StatehouseHall
Century times.
governorships, particularlyin of Fame' cited Askew w

plus the for South Florida's, should be former a big "For increasing the qualityof Veterans Day 1982 Mr. James Burton begins carrying "

state services, for reform- Proclamation by the People daily mails betwen Starke and
Reubin Askew if
governor, now sees very clearly that ing a regressive tax system; Of Bradford Florida Wilderness touching Ionia. ..
and when he decides tobecome County, and
the time has come for fun- for open government for '.. Kingsley, Lakeview on Monday.:

President a'in candidate 1984: _- 'for damental changes in the way 'prison.and judicial ,reiorn ; Thfi r (s"a'v;; ry special;day,'In .the lives of all Americans, 'It next" ,. fox,the little coming four; tears.\ "He ,..:,

the U.S. economy"operates.. for advancing integratlori/qf'/ gives, u,:fin Ceasj' :io/Wy: :,tribute'' rfcThd'noi-'fbf'tfi5ti': :uho. ).. :omodate"IT"Vfj 1V'v31IS'iclS.'t""M"! is in the ,wayci' *I 2'> 'M,,

Just as prophet is He recognizes the need for, schools"nd public,employ gave their lives, their time and their energy'for the call to arms packages, passage, etc. for the usual :

sometimes "without honor in fundamental changes if progress ment; and for otherwise bering during the life of this great country Many men and women are trifle. (Note: in the 1880's the .

his own country," so is an is to be made toward the strongest governor in, due this honor from their own people for their bravery and self flees Kingsley Lake area had four postof- ,
: Kingsley north side
on Ionia
aspirant to the White House reestablishing many of our modern Florida history while sacrifice in our armed forces. on west side; Wilderness, southeast;

often not taken seriously by sick industries. contributing to the 1970's There is no way to express in words..as all are insuffi of the lake, and Lakeview on the .iI.:'

those who are closest to him, Askew has established renaissance of the states." cient..our gratitude and adoration to those people who sacrificed south side.)

in spite of his obvious record effective "idea a for our great freedoms despite the threats of aggression and When completed the Lawley'school
qualifications. But Governor as an Those of Reubin Askew's tyranny. Our nation's veterans had a disruption in their lives house will be a model of its '

Askew, after testing the man, especially in the ad- supporters who wanted him and paid the price so that we could enjoy the fruits of freedom, kind. The lower story only will be used

political climate in all fifty of vancement of ideas that may to accept the vice presidential justice and liberty for all for generations to.come for school purposes for the pre ..
the nation's orderto seem ahead of their time. nomination when sent. This will be furnished with
states, in it was BE IT THEREFORE PROCLAIMED that on behalf of the
But that is what the single seats and desks
(each scholar
evaluate his chances in the country offered by George McGovernin of Bradford 'Is
people County Florida I
needs if the now urge each one to join entirely isolated) of the latest
presidential sweepstakes, present worsen- 1972, or who urged him to In. observance of Veteran's Day on November ;lll9H2jyvhh! ; I1'krhoderii l onstruction. The Iqwer part

has concluded that theDemocratic is ing to condition be turned of around.our economy try for President in 1976, prayers and thoughts of peace in recognition of the'contributiongiven I1'of!' th4fwa'U Will be wainscoated and

Party is "goingto might well have thrown up by each veteran in our nation's wars..the living, the (he middle part provided with' a )D

be looking for somebody Askew is proposing that their hands in despair follow. deceased, and the disabled.IN sides hard-finished blackboard on' pit )nterwjyMm

new" again" in 1984-and that economic revitalization in ing the Democratic route of WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto W$;hf hand this 19:1 I ,.{! I i {dI I

"somebody new" could very the U.S. will "require 1980. Ronald Reagan seemedto 28th day of October 198:!, at Starke Bradford County;!,Flprida, ''Mr.KGeorge[ .Pace is one 'of thi1
well be Reubin Askew nothing short of a national "rule the roost" in his oddest residents of Starke.doming to law
'this )O
place"long before"t"e'l'allroad: 1
agenda for economic legislative dominance during GEORGE II, PIERCE He was the first person to lake any" '.'
With the keen sense of timing growth." It is up to the President the first two years of his County Judge part'toward incorporatiort'and the1;:' edt

that catapulted him into to forge the necessary term, and there was no doubt Bradford County main mover in securing it*He wad a"lul(,
the governorship in 1970 over bi-partisan consensus to that the national mood had Attest: : <* *I ,' ,ember of firnv'of-Richard *' '16
stupendous odds as a serve as a catalyst in turned sharply against the GILBERT 9No..i ,1(3 :pac ;one'of the oldest firms In the'.did
spurr- of BROWN"n;',.,.,,.. J \ibis ;; 'and is known from ne end of :
when he growth
political ing economic growth. governmental Clerk Circuit Court "
., broad state to the other. He is a ia 1:>C1
first announced, Askew has agencies and indiscriminate '. .r,,gentleman1 of fine''education'andfAusiness '' ''
assessed the situation in theDemocratic Askew believes that spending as a cure for abilities and a good financier.

Party and apparently government and business Americans ills n'COlllltlclllti (Note: Mr. Pace wag a partner *
found it favorable to work jointly to com- in Richard & Pace Starke's earliest o"C
pete effectively" in the Inter- large general merchandise store.) nB
his candidacy. He found that national But following the balloting ::; ,1Q
"party chiefs" around the marketplace. This in last week's General elec- .., 2 Sure bet"
nation believe there is would call for the reorganization tion it seems obvious that Notebook Bobby ..., Letters'--=- ,

serious doubt about the elec- of our into present trade Mr. Reagan and others of the Taylor I .' :.,. ,I..t
of Sen. Edward Kennedy bureaucracy strong ..
tability Republican right have ..inn I' "nu
in view of the country'sobvious department of international become floundering ., SES Principal Says' .'"'

trend away from trade and investment" that prisoners of their own rigid Increasing calls and concern about Sell in as large a volume as possi- Recognition- Aids- J'
more liberal programs to could negotiate with a strong and pecan tree conditions reminds me ble. However, storage on-farm can OUNCE
more moderate ones. He also voice on behalf of the na- ideology unwillingness to. that harvest season for many is here. reduce quality quickly, so sell as Program T JIIro>
found that tion's commercial interests compromise.The I hope you have been a good managerof quickly as possible. Long term price
former Vice Presi-
your trees and will have a good patterns over the season-a normal, To the Editor: :
dent Walter Mondale Competition from foreign mood of the nation now crop of pecans.to market this year. early peak, then decline-don't hold **
"simply does not have the countries has become a is for moderation from both Here are some tips suggested by out much promise for late season pro I want to thank the staff at The' iATelegraph

support" he anticipated, and serious problem for the U.S. parties, compromise ,from buyers of small lots of pecans that reduced fits from storage. Shrinkage and good' at Starke for "Catching Elementary.'em doing The'", .'

does not seem to be gather- economy, and one that is for extreme positions on either will help you get a better price for more than quality offset from minor storage price would teachers,staff and students are work. Dosing

ing momentum., cing shutdowns in many In- side, and a bi-partisan effort your nuts.; Avoid conditions'which lead rises.to'_ hard to make the OUNCE. Pro-1' '""'
to free this nation from the Increasingly, buyers will pay gram succeed 'IA
dustries now operating under higher prices for high quality; low sprouting, molds and kernel rotsm >,I '
To those who wonder if the handicaps of worn out rigors of recession and get qualitymay not find a buyer at any trashy ground, unlevel orchard I have Just returned *J1rt<*
floors from
Askew is well enough known and obsolete plants. It is ready to face the demands of price.Nuts. nuts. Don't cattle.let manure, and cracked State Elementary Principal's ;
nuts lie Con-l
nationally to become future technology must be kept segregated by on the ground, Terence In Tampa .
a generally recognized that the particularly in wet conditions. Sell in .where several of ui.
variety don't blend mix .n *
; or varieties.
presidential candidate, the changing job market, with its At the moment, we see no Leave the trash on the ground uniform lots, using standard burlap SL' had'a educators complained that
w answer might be, "just give attendant automation and person better equipped to do leaves,twigs and litter don't belong In;. bags Combine and sell full bag lots if possible. recognized for difficult their! time efforts In belnl '
him time" It will be need for of nuts. uniform small lots with in thx<.
high technology will this than our own man of vi- a bag neighboring producers to increase media. It was my pleasure to share. l
remembered that before he necessitate massive retrain- sion and leadership, Reubin Grade nuts, the more the better. volume. with them the positive attitude and' 't
ran for governor in 1970 he ing programs to enable those Askew Screen the nuts for trash. Grade nuts High internal quality and uniformity concern for that our local newspaper has'
was also a political unknown, to the extent possible, within a given are what buyers look for AND pay Bradford. County Schools: ."
with name recognition ,variety for size,symmetry, and form. for. Buyers are In the pecan buying Thanks for ,:I W
among only 1.5 of I : ,w Eliminate cracks, pops, shucks, and selling business for a profit, just mini the public your interest in InforM
percent weevils, stinkbug and other Insect as you, the producer of the many posllive'M
iiti1riji ; are expecting a things that
Floridians. A year later his pf @ damaged nuts, poorly shaped nuts, profit. And they make their money by lion today are happening! iieuca- *.a
recogni&.on rate was only etc... buying and selling-not by recleanina.r forts Your recognition of our efn II.''''
four pet cent, but a year after Get the nuts off the ground as scan grading culling,and excessive hand harder encourage us to'work even *1M
that, Askew beat his second ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER" as they fall. Peak early season prices 11I8. Buyers are usually eager to pay a It
may be received on more of the emailproducer's ,....._..price for top quality,graded Charles M.Thomas("
primary Democratic opponent BOB G. FERGUSON- JOHN M. MILLER, Publishers "
total nut volume U trees pecans and equally eager to penalize Principal
2-2 and went on to dump MIke4 each TkoniUr u4 rater.4 M&.t..d Clw Mailer at UM are shaken. However don't even consider poor quality through the pricing w:'e

Republican Governor Claude PM om..1' Stark, Fla.m 4tr Ad.C March 3, 117t. shaking If you don't have the mechanism-a lower price for you. KLPOA Directors .n-
Kirk by taking nearly 59 percent labor to pick the nuts up Immediately Perhaps these lips will allow you To Meet !

4'' of the vote.Askew's 8.bcri,U : Know shellout percent 'and plan and sell for a
r profit.The old
trade ..... 111 Par MLM Directors ot
Ytan Sis UMUMP kernel quality of the lot the Kingsley Lake Protr
record you are sell what you for"
as an .... outstanding Governor of
ti .. the for a.nt Saturday, Noy. 13 In
s product as buyer has. precisely: what you lot Center.Page the Civic


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I Neva Jayn. Flynn, .
Peggy : William Kldd

e Socw'lSide: : Of The News.1 To Wed Nov. 13

Morganand I Miss Neva Jayne Flynn and

," ', William Kidd will be united in mar
not"1 riage Saturday Nov. 13, at 7:30: p.m.
in the First Baptist Church with a
Society Editor reception following in the StarkeWoman's
I Club.
Steve r.imrfg, and relatives are cordially
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I Griffis I

'"' I Connie LaFever and Charles Gunter Neva Jayn. Flynn

I I''JL i \ k WedOct. Honored at LuncheonMiss

\\t Married at Waldo Flea MarketMiss
\.' I. Neva .Iavm! Flvnn. whose
","I'If marriage to William Kidd will be an
',,,'' 12 Connie LaFever daughter of 'sister Cathy Cobh as maid of honor event of Nov. 13. was complimentedat
.' Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jeffers of 'She wore a mid I length dark green a luncheon Wednesday Nov. 3.
l, i,.'..). ,.. Waldo and Charles Gunter of Starke I dress with V-neckline that tied in the given by Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. O.
4 rj,',"''... son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Malickiwere back. She carried a nosegay of pink L. Haynes. Jr. and Mrs. Randy Johnsat
'; married Sept. 27 at 4:30: p.m. at and white roses and daisies. r the home of the latter on Kingsley
(, ,. .' Waldo Flea Market with the owner of Mary Baker served as flower girl. Lake.
..'\\t. the Flea Market, Mrs Sally She wore a pink dress with green s Centering the three dining tables
Blakewood performing the nuptials flowers and carried a little white were arrangements of camellias, ivy
under the trees of the Waldo Flea basket with two long stem pink roses mums, and pyracantha, which were
Market. on the handles and filled with pink r_,'__ I also used at points of interest in the
The bride,given in marriage by her roses and daisies decorated with Mr.and Mrs.W.C.Conner party rooms. Place cards marked the
father, wore a mid length feathered pink mint green and white ribbon. seating arrangement for the 15 guests
dress with a V-neckline, a fitted Two bouquets of pink and white The W. C. Conners which included the mother of the
I Mr. and Mrs.Steve Grlffls bodice covered with lace, butterfly sweetheart roses and daisies were bride-elect Mrs. George Flynn and
sleeves and lace around the bottom. placed on the bride's table,which was To Celebrate50th out-of-town guest Mrs. Tommy Ritchof
Peggy Loletta Morgan and Steven of Starke was ring bearer. He wore a She carried a nosegay of pink centered with a three tiered wedding AnniversaryThe Jacksonville.The .
Kenneth Griffis of Starke were unitedin white shorts suit with white socks and sweetheart roses complimented by cake decorated with pink and white hostesses presented the
marriage Tuesday night, Oct. 12, at white shoes and a white shirt with daisies, wild flowers and greenery. roses and topped with a bride and family of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. honoree with a dinner plate to her
730 p.m. in the First Baptist Churchof lilac ruffle. He carried a white lace She also carried two long stem yellow groom.The Conner request the honor of chosen china as a memento of the oc
Starke with the Rev. Fred C. Johnsof and eyelet pillow that was made by roses one of which she gave to her couple are making their homeat presence at the 50th your of casion.:
Lake Butler performing the nup- the bride. mother before the ceremony and one the Waldo Flea Market after a their marriage on Sunday anniversary, Nov. 14

tials. The bride, given in marriage by her to her mother-in-law after the short wedding trip. from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Pine Level Bap
The bride is the daughter of Ms. brother, Roy D. Morgan of ceremony.The tist Church.
Loletta Morgan of Starke and the late Tallahassee, wore a lovely gown of bride and her father walked No gifts requested. :,;
Roy L. Morgan Jr. The groom is the white lace and sheer organza with taffeta over an old bridge decorated with BazaarsSt.
son of Ms. Elaine Griffis of Starke and lining. The Queen Anne necklinewas Eink, white and mint green ribbon 'n
the late Ronald Griffis. decorated with translucent sequins entwined with pink and white "Spooky" Small World BIRTHSJohn
Miss Martha Smith pianist and and beaded trim., Lace appli- sweetheart roses. Halloween
John R. Morgan, brother of the bride, ques accented the gown and the Mickey Jeffers served as best man Mark's 2nd Annual Enjoys Party
presented a program of nuptial Bishop sleeves. The slightly raised and the bride's son, Robbie LaFever Arts & Crafts Festival Small World Day Care of Starke
music. waistline fell into a chapel-length veil served as ring bearer Steve Cobb held it's annual Halloween Party
Centering the choir loft was an arch with blusher. Her veil was edged all was usher. Saturday, Nov. 13 Thursday, Oct. 28, with some 100
candelabra with white tapers entwined around with the same lace as that of The bride was attended by her children and parents partaking in the
with greenery and lavendar her gown. She carried a bouquet of St. Mark's Episcopal Church will be spooky fun.Winners Benjamin :\1)ers
daisies, purple statice cushion pompoms white silk roses, lavendar daisies holding their second annual Arts & in the costume judging
and baby's breath. It was mini carnations, purple statice, andbaby's Crafts Festival on Saturday, Nov. 13, contest were- Johnny Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Jessie O. Myers,Jr. of
flanked on each side by seven branch breath centered with a white Showers from 9 a.m til dark at 212 N. Church (overall grand prize), Tracl Rhoden, Starke announce the birth of a son
and spiral candelabras.The altar was New Testament Bible and with flowIng Street. Christi Smith, Chris Rodriguez, Don- John Benjamin born Oct. 22 in St.
also decorated with ferns, lilies,'and lace and white streamers with Handmade arts, crafts, chili sand nie Roth, Mary Beth Roth Jessica Vincent's Hospital
schiffelera trees. The unity candle tiny silk flowers attached to the wiches, and desserts will be on sale. Crew, Kelli Williams, Cherita Cuf fee. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
was entwined with greenery and streamers. She carried her grand- Engaged Couple Come and do some Christmas shop The highlight of the activities was a Mrs. Sid Shuford of Starke and great
lavendar daisies. White bows with mother's handkerchief and her just enjoy walking around and'coking haunted house inhabited by eight grandparents are Ben F. Hall of
lily-of-the-valley and wedding bells grandfather's Bible bookmark in her Shower HonoreesMiss at the beautiful articles. volunteer "ghouls"- Jimmy, Danny Starke and Mrs. Mary Shuford of
marked the family pews. The New Testament.She wore a pearl and and Ricky Nugent, Marty and Glenda Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are
vestibule table was decorated with a rhinestone necklace with matching Ella Hall and Dale Haas Padgett, Benjie Padgett, Lisa Mr. and Mrs. Jessie O. Myers Sr. of
silk arrangement of purple and laven-, earrings a gift from her mother. whose wedding will take place Nov. Women of the MooseTo Alvarez, Cindy Sullivan, and Buddy Knoxville, Tenn. and great grandparents
dar flowers and was centered with al, Mrs. Lisa Morgan, sister-in-law of 27, were honored with a kitchen and Have BazaarThe Collings.The are Mr. and Mrs. Fred R,
picture of the bride and groom. It also, the bride, and Mrs. Jackie Johns tool shower Wednesday night, Nov. children also bobbed for apples Hipps of Knoxville.
held the bride's book and white plume\ directed the wedding. Miss Jackie 13, given by Mrs. Joan Chitty, Randy Women of the Moose will hold sang halloween songs by groupsto
Lowe cousin of the bride, kept the Chitty, Miss Lorna Leasure, Tommy their parents and enjoyed
pen.Gene Tanner of Kingsley Lake attended bride's book.A Reddish,and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- their annual bazaar, plus toy and gift refreshments. The parents played a Christina Marie :Meng
as best man. Groomsmenwere reception was held in the church dish at the home of the latter sale on Saturday, Nov. 13, from Sam. game to get the most words out of Kevin and Patricia Meng of Hampton
Broderick Crawford, brother-in- fellowship hall where guests were Approximately 15 couples enjoyedthe to 4 p.m. in the Moose Hall on Griffis trick or treat and Mr. Don Ritchiewon Lake announce the arrival of a

law of the groom, of Kingsley Lake greeted by Mrs. Ellen Bailey reception shower, including the honoree's Loop. that contest. baby daughter, Christina Marie, on
and Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Moodyof The sale will be in conjunction\ witha Nov. 6 at Alachua General Hospital.
William Waters, Mike McRae, co-ordinator., Standing In the parents, Helping Small World owner-
Timmy Morgan, brother of the bride, receiving line were the bride and Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Bill yard sale. Soup, drinks and sand operator<< Elaine N. Collings host the Paternal grandparents are Francis
wiches will be available.
all of Starke. groom, their mothers, and their atten- Haas of Starke.Refreshments. welcome Everyone is party were Mrs. Vera Lee Nugent, and Dolores Meng of Hampton Lake.
Ms. Cindy McRae of Starke attended dants. were served from Mrs. Diane Tierney Mrs. Marcia Maternal grandparents are George
as matron of honor. She wore a The bride's table was covered witha the dining room table, which was Nugent, Miss Teri Gaskins, and Mrs. Griffin of Gainesville and the late
lilac and white floor length gown witha white satin cloth and centered witha covered with a white linen cloth, Kris Alvarez. Elizabeth Griffin.
ruffled hem. The Queen Anne three-tiered wedding cake centered with an arrangement of Methodists Holding Judges for the costume competitionwere
neckline was edged with lace and .decorated with lavendar flowers and assorted silk flowers. Calico Country Bazaar Mrs. Crews Mrs. Sherrie
there was lace and lilted I buttons''on the ,. 'white, c9'\lm'\ ,.s. Centered .between As a memento of the occasion the '," : 'J .'. ,.. Alvarez: REWARD
bodice.-.-The long sleeves had rO"fS.of tle s 1..wall akIJiSlI1! brideapdgroom. ',"T honored coupJe were given a set of ''It.faneladiesf.of, the First United a
lace bn'the1 ruffs,'She had a deep pur,10 The cake was flanked 6n both sides 'fclominuhi knives. .;a cutting.board. and. Methodist' .Ch 'ch will hold their annual Nursing HomeResidents *5OO
pie sash belt.She wore a band of purple with five branch gold candelabraswith a tool box. Calico Country Bazaar on Thurs- Have
silk flowers in her hair. She car burning lavendar tapers. The day, Nov. 18, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
ried a lace fan decorateed with a table was decorated with greeneryand Featured will be pantry items, baked OutingOn In the conviction or ar
spray of purple silk roses statice, lavendar flowers. Cutting the goods, door prizes white elephantand Monday Nov. 1, several of the
mini carnations and baby's breath cake were: Mrs. Ellen Bailey, Mrs. On November 1, the home of Mrs. used book sale, Christmas gifts Starke Nursing Home residents attended rest of the person or per
with purple streamers. Jewellyn (Sissy) Gallo, and Ms. Tina Terry Brown was the setting for a and craft items. Florida Theatre to enjoy the
Attendants were Mrs. Ronda Wozneski. bridal shower for Miss Ella Hall. There will be a chili-soup luncheon adventures of "E.T." sons who took ceiling

Crawford, sister of the groom of The groom's table was covered witha The refreshme and punch table from 11 am. to 2 p.m. Free coffee 7 They had a great time laughing and fans on October 3 from
Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Cindy Morgan satin cloth and centered with a was covered with an ecru lace cloth a.m. to 10 a.m. crying with this mysterious little
sister-in-law of the bride Miss Anita chocolate cake decorated with a and fall flower arrangements were creature. Olin's Mobile Homes
Carlton cousin of the bride both of Gator football player in the center, placed at vantage points. The residents and their party were
Starke, and Miss Sheila Lohr cousinof with a bride holding the groom's coat The hostesses, Mrs. Steve Register St. Edwor-H| Has served refreshments, compliments of Sales.
the bride from Miami. They were tails in one corner and wedding bellsin Miss Tina Brown, Mrs. Successful Bazaar theatre manager Lee Sparks.
attired Identical to the honor attendant the other.comer. Written on the Brown, Mrs. Gina Frazee and Mrs. Transportation was provided by Archie
'oniyw'thj'lac' ) ,'O'S'JFdrf&; :' Gators Today.lti5teeVl1Wr Terry Brown presented Ella with a Members of St. Edward's Catholic Tanner. Contact
wore, bands of lilac 'silkJlowgras: lnb,! ''r.arolynHurst, cut the lovely silk corsage and a Jumbo electric Church wish to thank all who helpedin There was adequate help driving,
their hajr. They carried lace fans cake!' fl> fry pan as a memento of the occa any way to make their bazaar successful loading the vans, and attending the Mark Olin

decorated 'with sprays of lilac:,,silk The L two'round punch tables were sion.Among residents by Henry Thornton George
roses:'!;t lice;'mini carnations and ,covered with white satin cloths and the 20 guests attending was Those winning prizes were: and Edna Ogletree, and Starke Nursing P.O. Box 27
baby's breath with lilac'$tream k9.- centered, :I crystal..punch bowls. Mrs. Fernie Moody, mother of the Stephen Spell $50 cash; Mabel Batesof Home Staff.
Melissa; ,Phillips Jacksonville!M Thl til v-\rt ere decorated withbKrnery bride-to-be and Mrs. William S. Haas Jacksonville a doll with hand The outside entertainment was a Starkeor
was flower, ,?g\r\, ghe.wore,a lavendaco,I v rr'clar flowers with a mother of the prospective groom., crocheted clothing; Judy Spell<< a success due to the cooperation and:
floor leftgthigPW, ,wjthia,ruffled,heim !iclav$ndar dove candle on each as a hand crafted elephant rocking horse, help of all mentioned. The Starke ,
Ther,was!Jace,on the.bodice and on certerplgeel and Paul Kish won the hand made Nursing Home staff and residents Call
the lop g s i vpSt, .wore,a band of' .q it fgb. 1. fill Melissa Norman giraffe clothes tree. wish to thank all participants for i
purpl$41c'.wweJm, ; her.ihaicjandii am volunteering their services and time, 964.5606
carrc9l a ace.bask! I$,decerated with.i,3 Kf sisting'ce Bloom ln, Mrs.Hwig Carolyn were Hurst Mrs. Shower Honoree .. ... _-__ __ .. 'H'__ ___ n making the evening and enjoyable I
daisies and purple ribbons and
purpl9 > one
fllledf.A:, \ purple| and.,jilac ,flower?:'svi Ellen Lowe. Miss Suzy Lohr.Mrs. Melissa Suzanne Norman whose .. -
petal., tl j'dk b. hChryl" Garrison and Mrs. Minka marriage to Jeff Smith of Raiford will 132nd HomecomingAt
Ano3ga4l/:! pbew.pthejSidei[ ,"l->\qBirrddshi2i's! < be an event of Nov.26, was honored ata Church BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW
: were passed out by Baptist
bridal shower on Oct. 29 given by
nsm hood B b'w ".1 l*> easelMar"gorrtr "Miss
Kim .Griffis and Miss Joy Lone Sheffield and TAKING APPLICATIONS!
H Chappell Vicky
fc.'> !i1"rfght'? > )1'"Vellenga, cousins of the groom. Francis Crockrell at the home of the Homecoming will be held this Sun-
latter in Starke. day, Nov. 14 at Beulah Baptist orangewood ApartmentsP.O.
Bryce TitusMarried Miss Martha Smith caught thebride's. Church. The church is located seven
The honoree and her mother, Mrs.
BOX 146
bouquet and Ricky .
Aug. 5 Marcus Norman, were given white miles south of Middleburg on
caught the bride's garter. and blue corsages. Gifts were also Highway 21. Former pastor Luther Starke Florida 32091
Following a wedding trip to Georgiaand ,
'of McGee will bring the morning
Margaret Canrfght Cadillac. the mountains cf Tennessee and given to her two sisters. Miss Sherie
Mich. and Bryce Titus of Starke were the Norman and Miss Darlene Normanby message.
united in marriage August 5 at the North Carolina couple are the hostesses.The There will be dinner on the grounds
home of the bride's sister Mrs. Floyd residing on Legion Terrace in Starke. refreshment table was covered and an afternoon sing beginning at 2 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat

Young in Cadillac in the presence of with a yellow and white cloth and the p.m.Featured and air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes; stove and
the immediate family and a few close The bride graduated from Bradford cake was a centerpiece. Also as singers will be the Scrip-
friends. High School and Is employed by decoration on the table was a yellow tures Quartet from Palatka and the refrigerator.
The couple, who were good friendsin Stump's Dept. Store, and white umbrella and figures of a Weeks Family from Green Cove Spr For informationApplicationContact
1934 and 1937 were reunited after 43'' The groom graduated from Brad- bride and groom and flower girl. Ings.Ernest : orangewood Apartments
years at their 45th class reunion in'' ford High School and is employedatthe Punch was served in a crystal punch Colding, pastor, cordially In- c/o
Tracy flair Manager
August. Automotive Parts Center in bowl which was given to the honoreeas vites everyone to come and be with
They are residing at his home at Rt. Starke. one of the mementoes of the occa them on this 132nd anniversary. HOUsIng 801 Water Street
1 Box 444. US-301 N., for the winter sion. Opportunity Starke, FI| 32091
and plan to spend summers at. her Several games'were played and
.home In Cadillac. Presentation SaturdayFor prizes awarded. -.
Mr. Titus has retired after 20 yearsas Local Girl Around the party room household
window clerk at the Starke Post Office. items were displayed as centerpiecesfor
the tables. Sleepless Nights
Nadine Maria Canfux. daughter of Each of these items
were later given to the bride-elect.
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Canfux of
W.T'Weeks, UDC Starke. who attends Bradford High Along with the punch bowl the
School will be one of the 12 debutantesto hostesses gave the honoree a laundry Now EndedI
Met,WednesdayW.T. be presented by their fathers to La basket household full items.of miscellaneous
Asociaclon Cultural
Weeks chapter. UDC made Americana at a BaDe de Gala Hispano-at the have been having problems with migraine headaches for years and c;'
plans for the Christmas luncheon to Florida Yacht Club In Jacksonville rhave a bad shoulder that gave me a lot of pain. I also have a problem of ,
be held Dec. 1 at 12 noon at theWoman's Saturday night. Her escort will be her Miss. Flynn GivenBachelorette sleeping at night.Now I have been coming to see Dr. Dopson a little over r q
Club at their meeting of brother Joseph A. Canfux. PartyMiss a month, I have not had a bad headache since and my shoulder does not 4.
Wednesday. Weldon.NOV. 3. at the home "In Spanish society,a girl is given a hurt as much.And I have really been sleeping at night. I really thank God

Mrs.Mrs.Gladys L. H. Jennings will be chair- party to celebrate her 18th birthday," Neva Jayne Flynn, Nov. 13 >for sending me to Dr. Dopson he really cares about your problems and he t ''II.
man of the Christmas luncheon and said Grace Santana one of the young bride-elect was honored at a takes time to find out what your problems are. And his office staff also f ,
wiU have Mrs R. A. Green. Sr. and' women to be presented. "Althoughmost bachelorette party Saturday. Nov. 6. I makes you feel like a real person not Just another case number.
Mrs.J. M. Blackshear as assistants. of us are older than 1' the party given by Miss Tina Brown Miss Lorna -
annual Saturday night Is intended to repre- Leasure Mrs. Bill Wilson and Mrs. .Thank
A detailed report of the 87th sent that ". you Dr.Dopson,
party. Jean Shuford at the home of Mr. and
convention of the Florida Division .Joyce Sutton .
the the
Following presentation ( Mrs
Terry Brown In Country Club
UDCJteld at Panama Oct. 11-14,
City debutantes,and their escorts will '
was Thomas given which by president Included Mrs.the business Herbert, form cotillion figures that have been per- ,JstatN.Appropriate games played by Dr. Ronald 'Dopson Chiropractic '

sessions Mrs. Weldon and the, assisted social events.by Mrs. J.W.., I'former choreographed prima ballerina by Dulce of the Munch the presented 15 guests to the and honoree.gag gifts were 864 N. (US 301)) Temple Ave., Starka

Kincaid served refreshments during I 'and Hamburg State Opera Ballet and Following refreshments a dip In the : Monday thru Friday 964.8018 t tr
artistic director
for the
hot tub finished
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I : Hampton Hilites High School Auditorium.. The entertainers At Vilano Beach they had their' Grades 6 and oven 1st Patty 3rd Sanford -- B.
Kenneth McKinney
Cassandra Fisher, 5 son
were from Whitesburg Ky packed lunches, waded in the water, Spec.
Allle M,
Happy AnniversaryPaul Students wrote that they told funny and gathered shells and rocks before Jennie Rhea. of Charles B. and McKinneyof
arrived for
and Ruth Meng celebrated to school. Starke, has duty in
By Dolores Meng stories and about people and animals returning
Phone: 468-1915 their 35th wedding anniversary on and put a smile on our faces. Glenn Prize Winners The booth entitled "Samons> Spinner" Gelnhausen,McKinney. a medical
Nov. 9. They spent the pask weekendin wrote that he enjoyed the productionso Costume Parade awarded first prize. It was Spec. 5
Bradford :Bookmobile was with the 3rd Div|
County Orlando where they visited their much that he would like to shake The Halloween Costume Parade Donna Samons for her specialist
serves this area every Tuesday from daughter and family David and their hands. held on Oct. 30 was escorted by the made by education class. contained a sum was previously assigned Fort
12:30: until 2:30: at the Post Office Beverly Wanner and Jeffrey. Twirlers directed and led special near a Carson Colo.
6th and 7th Grade Trip Hampton stack
beside a hay
parking lot It is a free and worthwhile School News scarecrow a 1976 graduate of Bradford.
Hampton Jim Lewis and Sandi Sanders ac- by Donna Samons. Those declared fence with bats and witches flying bounty
service. On Thursday Nov. 11, the PTA will companied their students on a trip to winners of unusual costumes were, picket the air. High School.
Gratitude From Woman's Club hold a meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. St. Augustine on Nov. 6. At the School Ki 1st Andy Hall, 2nd SamanthaAnn through
The Hampton Woman's Club appreciates at the school. Results of the Halloween for the Deaf and Blind there, the Truman and 3rd C.K. Fuqua Marchant Returns
the help of aU who con- Carnival will be given then. group saw the production"First Lady and Jessie Newman The Big Spinner gave prizes when Bret
tributed to their successful Rummage 4th and 5th Grade Trip Eleanor Roosevelt. Pre-school: 1st Brandy Hall, 2ndCynthia' children guessed the number the spinner From Alaskan Patrol
Sale and Chill Luncheon held in the On Nov. 4 the fourth and fifth landed on.
mentioned in essays that they Casner and Dewey Mc-
They .
City Hall Saturday.New graders accompanied their teachers, 'especially enjoyed learning about the Clellan, 3rd Joey Hall and Billy The sixth grade Haunted House was Coast Guard Sonar Technician 2ndfcj*
Arrival Mrs. Mindy McLean and Mrs. life of Mrs. Roosevelt before and after Kyle.Grades. also given a 1st place prize. Class Bret A. Marchant son or
Kevin and Patricia Meng of Hampton Claudette Frees,and enjoyed the San- she married our former President, 4 and 5:1st: Rhonell Estes The seventh grade was given 2nd William H. and Loretta J. Marchant*
Lake proudly announce the birth ta Fe Community College Fine Arts Franklin D. Roosevelt. They also liked 2nd Kim Hodge, 3rd CherylThomas. place, and 3rd place went to of Starke recently returned from an:?
of their baby daughter, Christina Fisheries Patrol. -?
Program presentation at Bradford the High Society Cake Walk. Kindergarten. Alaskan .
Marie. She was born on Nov. 6 at .
Alachua General Hospital weighing 6Ibs. ....-r.rr.r
13 and measuring 19 Inches. r rrr r- r r r r-
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Paternal grandparents are Francis saga VALUABLE PHOTO : : -'
and Dolores Meng of Hampton Lake. Pi MOaE IrI1IEAGL1. EI 9 / CCMj"? Must Aceompln COUPON On 11' Aye' I

Maternal grandparents are George Fr AYAwAYI ; Intratucin/r _II' ;
Griffin of Gainesville and the late
Elizabeth Griffin. : the i H

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Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards and 1 Ir.<: ?1; r r .
son, David have returned to their _j on s leThursday r. ISJ
home in Cleveland, Texas after a nay
weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. 'fW.oia
Gladys Edwards.Mr. Friday & J' ...... ::

Saturday! 4 --, (Ii lei

and Mrs. Don Patray and Mr. ; \ "'Ii?
and Mrs. Gary Brewer and sons spent A. lido
Oct. 22.24 in the Smoky Mountainsand IHedstroml *.!
attended a Craft Fair in Gatlin- 1 r :. .tornz
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Forty-eight members of the Joy oH

group of the Madison Street Baptist _______ 1 'k-. t! :L ; 01oils
Church toured the Capitol in ,
Tallahassee on Wednesday.Mrs. _
P tnen'ta..
E.C. Dukes spent the weekend a .
with Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Thomas in ,4,

Palmetto.Mrs. .. j t i'w''' o
J. H. Fields returned Tuesdayof Comparable In I UUt.f/I M.t.tv. ltg
J J f Q H ,
last week after two weeks in North 1 save,3O,0. quality to 24.99 .- '
Florida Regional Hospital. She alone l''W'J'BCt

with Mrs.Mr.Ethelyn and Mrs.Cosby Herbert had as Green Saturday and Flat Christmas Wrap 29100* 8 0 88

of visitors Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Field 12 Norcross, WAS39e ................... 1488 7.88 24 A 25.efr' 1988WAS.158rtrom 1 $25 VALUE

American Greetings Boxed Christmas
6 FT. SCOTCH cards. Values up to_$i29.r..................>.*. B f 8"TRICYCLE MEN'S QUILTED MEN'S FASHION MEN'S tat QUALITY
Weapons Station Earle Colts Neck, Realistic molded plastic 20 mini lights 1 Perfect starter trlke Zip off sleeves converts Jacket Polyester terry 2-pc. set with Putter pants styling with fashion
N.J., who recently transferred from Is easy to assem e. ,, L,19hf"Sheel., r. WAS.A37.;..,,.?.................?. with easy pedal drive. to vest,zipper front. S to XL. zipper elastic waist. S to XL. pocket treatments. Asst. fabrics. 28-38.
Keflavik Iceland was home for the
wedding of his sister,Joy St. John on ::J .:li1. : .
Oct. 30.Mrs. I.::.1 .
; ... = i;
W. H. Thomson spent the \ t. :$1

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred .

Thomson and family, ,in Tallahassee., a s' M
>w"-' ->- ctinu Itr \.to .Your h. .

Mrs. Fred Fieta'of Tampa is Nooy Choice
visiting her daughter Mrs.: George ; .
Flynn, Jr. and family this week.

Dr. H. H. Adams and Dr. T. G. a ate ebatetEaph'e .:233 "

Ritch attended the funeral of H. Kelly ., y __' Discount Price.....21.88 Eagle's Discount rlce..15.S8 -".. 1 wEREj.eeTHERMAL- .
in Tallahassee. TheH.
Tyus last Friday \ } p' Eagle's Eagle's .-; 1a IIJ-
K. Tyus family were former x \ Sale Price.............18.88 Sale Prlce..12.8S .
residents of Starke. r :.. w:; Minus Proctor-Slle>t Minus General Electric ..." SHIRTS OR California Styling
jj.r' Mail-In Rebate....-3.00 Mail-In Robate.-3 tv.. DRAWERSFOR 1 /
Dirk Schmidt, a junior at Florida -. ouni s\oresIS ;"; I MEN $10-$12 VALUE! _t
Southern College, is a member of the ol 01 YOUR
Farnl y : selection. YOUR .
College Bell Choir this fall.Schmidt is Eagle a : dollS n FINAL 1588 FINAL I 988 .v\ Choose polyester/ 493 69 4 ..
majoring in music management. .attlrlnQ !Now the COST COST cotton long sleeve .PfUCe.I.. lOT
dos III
A efke 11a\Yo. shirts or long leg if.l | 1J'1
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of \0 bY and SAVE dlscow'AN PROCTOR-SILEX GENERAL ELECTRIC "r ,. 1 drawers. S. M.. L,.XL.' 8MEN'$, Ic.KIES.'J| ,JdEN'S: 'FASHIONSP.ORT

Jacksonville were weekend guests of OFF our low l (FLANNEL ,SHIRTS: SHIRTS
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. 10-cup: with "brew-for-2" Automatic chrome with ;' Pre-shrunk cotton flan- 100% poly, placket collar,
coffee saving basket. black trim thermostat. v n nel', 2 pockets S to XL, smart detailing. S,M.L,XL.
Mrs. David Byers and son of u ...
,01 to yob
TAU0,11U3: I:) HI
Jacksonville were Sunday dinner '-'fOAMUeA, a I ( JbDM ,
CANNON c ,_ ) 3 T9031ff
guests of their grandparents,Mr. and r t wol' T Iti I:>
Mrs. Tullie Norman and also visited d 'ei .l Ii'"', > TATE
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eg- ./ nl th I
) :: 90AA8Cn
gers.Mrs. .
Helen Wallace of Jacksonvillewas 'i"v ...... ,, .,..f'I'Qbl A:>
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guest of Mrs. H. M. '. ... ; .
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Richarde.Mrs. ? ..nl"Qcl\ ,\\ vra 10. numo noluqf

# rIL' 1 yno t OAC II obholllotJifmoll'
Lou Struth and Mrs. George tp )
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1 Roberts Sr.of Starke and Mrs.Bobby ., '
f v Dbb .h 1
Case of Lake City spent the weekend r ot'Ii' IA' V'
with Mr. and Mrs. Monso Tatum in 'nfl
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yl 0:12.11 rl bm>
Deland.Mr. '. Y'
54x54"........... 191 .... ...! .. faI110l1Stma _...0'.ili")
and Mrs. Gene Jr. and / 1 1 S'a"'e'. 1.06' far54x72.
Ivey, .
............297 1< 9, 99'. ?. "'OhIO"J
sons New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. ids l ..:: v alU "f' to" boloni60x90

David Mendenhall and family and .............397 Vow 9TChalee .;i.ra
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jordan of Atlanta 697 2988 688 199 1:11
were weekend guests of their parents 60" A oun d......397 UP'- WERE.2A7' TO.2.49- OISC.PRICE )14' 1 0'88. j noltrxtotol'
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and attended + to 10
y Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick of Assorted patterns and col- Firebird Road Race orors FM/AM radio large face 2-pk.CorD or 9 volt Nylon binding. Fits twlnl Reinforced toe or .andal-Open work design bodice DENIM JEANS
West Florida spent the weekend with for festive dining. Cllckety Clack Train. or portable' tape player. battery. Longiifel full bed. Slight Irregs foot. Med.,tailor queen 100% acrylic S. M. L. 1m 100 w/pOCk.%cotton Indigo.'alls.den-513. ..JOlt
) her mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon. )

l,,o Mrs. Mack Williams was visiting
relatives in Waycross and Fitzgerald, r|;b
Ga. from Thursday to Monday. tM a In

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Morgan Road prk .,. 21 e, blot
Baptist Church Revival stout' 1.99 11hl
Nov. 14Morgan 19 MaJMin 1.00 olqcs '

Road Baptist Church is L Rebst., .4 va YOUR 2 $ save up Ibnodto v r"

hosting a revival Nov. 14 through C HOICE 45% 1 :
2,00 ;:;
Nov. 19 with Evangelist James Smith .save 210/0 save save 1.00
bringing the message nightly. Contac Severe Cold Secret MILP.rsplrentYOURf11tAU

Morgan Road Baptist Church is r C Formula. ........ Spray '"
located on CR-233. p ule .WEREL74? 40ScNm.WEREX128'! 7 ... 0 tit 0
1694 484
Secret Solid AnilPersplraot aNat
Regular Sunday services are at 11 COST sad P'ell WERF9N ".M e.. 4 ,01 9
Uquld Shampoo.
p.b DISC.
a.m. with evening worship beginning 1wy err 100'4 | 2 oz.Sc./uns.WERE 2/5.20" '11 oz...........".WERE 2/A.ar MEN'S NYLON MEN'S !RUGGED PRICEMfN'S
at 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, HOPSACK MULTI TONH .'J."z
services will begin at 7:30: p.m. night Secret Ron On AntkPr Prelt Concentrate DRESS SOCKS B" WORK SHOE CASUAL SHOE .bnollWhen
spirant ShampooS Light a dark colors SCUFF
Vlrryl UPper'lMdd coIOxford
ly.Everyone Is welcome to come Join a 1.SOf.SC./Uns.WERE 2/AAt 01.Tube" .WERE 2/ue-' krega. Fits 10-13 fat (in tan. Men's! 7'.....12. upper,ru'2bVl i'e7kiVlny. : wedpe.!upper crepe cuhloned so*. 510. MJO.

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Quartet to PerformAt it ''u.;;.'",

Northsld Baptist comes to pflCG we don't kid around!

Sunday night, NoV 14./the Scriptures Convenient. i,.,
Quartet will be in
concert at
Northside Baptist Church: in Starke. 229 Locations LAY-A-WAY for CArhtmMwttt For .WarntIIIOA Ti'

.. Service begin at 7 p.m. Everyone to serve youl! M Mrvlct clllrp Cal 984-7913 Starke ':IIZ w,MadIsOftSt. ,1
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I Head Start Youths Enjoy Halloween Happiness... J rM1' DELIBAKERY-

Sure Halloween' a time for ghouls and goblins, but have the party on short notice. Malvarcne Morris coordinated
'I It's also the time for alot of fun. Just ask these Head the event.
JStart school students who got together for a picture at Besides getting to dress up in their best Halloween
'J the end of their annual Halloween party last Friday. 'costumes the children enjoyed games and refreshments M1'
The local Head Start preschool program was just provided by their parents. Also, llardce's donated
1 restarted after some doubts about it being federally biscuits for the kids.
I funded again and the parents chipped in to help teachers


1 I Friction at Ton Cancels Head Start Program ti a FEATURES:

... ......

(From Page IA) time when the Head Start Programwill reopening date, probably because
.1 Reason for the termination, Driggers be reopened,"Driggers wrote the they don t know when the programcan PLACE YOUR THANKSGIVING ORDERS EARLY
+ stated in the letter, "is the Policy parents. be restarted, according to At-
') Council's repeated refusals to Assurances have been given that a torney John Dickinson of Jackson- TO EAT
1 cooperate with the Suwannee River substitute agency, such as a school ville, legal counsel for the SREC
I Economic Council, Inc., with regard system, is being sought but the Atlanta board, has been in touch with the
'I I to the Head Start Program and the office will not commit to a possible regional Head Start office in Atlanta.

;: Suwannee- River Economic Inc.'s COOKED
3 obligations under this grant.
Letters also went to each staff FLORILAND REALTY
member terminating them as of the

I close of the day Nov. 10. 964-7700
Letters also were sent to parents of

I Head Start students telling them not 393 N. Temple Ave, Starke IRKEYS
I to send their children to Head Start Vernie' P. Odom Broker GRI' Tt
i after Nov. 10.
"You will be notified of the date and J. D. Odom. Jr Associate 964-5476, Evo.I7 .

Acres Good graded road. Yet included.$1300 per

acre 18 TO 20 LBS
OLDER 2-TORY hem In need of repairs owner will 10'TO 12 LBS

.hold mortgage.Approximately. FULLY COOKED FULLY COOKED
16 Acres In City Financing available.
'BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. 100x115'
A ._ "LOT IN HIGHRIDGE ESTATES In I Keystone. 1 Wat 40'. :
Interest 'KEYSTONE AREAt 3 BR Log home 2'/. acres on lake.'
Lowering Rates
Owner will finance with 20% down. $1495
May Trigger Escalation-Buy Wisely FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starke's landmark
Buy Now homes 436 No. Walnut St.

CONCRETE BLOCK:3 bedroom. 2 bath,well built older
lovely Brick 3/2 In Dalewood .. .. .. .$59.500 home. Has nice' yard.
Pool'horn In town-4 bedrooms... ., .. .$ 6OOO *131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken houtel,,:3,000 ft. road
larg.2 Bit block' horn In town... ., .$42.000 frontage on US-301 BAKED
Super nlc. mobile homo on 1/2 manicured */. ACRE to IV ACRE LOT Priced to cell $2500 to DELUXE

ocr.... ..... . . ... .. .$22,900. $3350. Terms $500.00 down payments for 5 yrs. at BUFFET
Spacious tlnglo wid.on 2 aero In Graham ,$25,900 12".
3 bedroom, 2 bath, .cr.." porch East Call "25 ACRES With US-301 frontage TRAY I In
Sty..,.. , . ...i, ., .., , $50,900 ".5 ACRES with 476 ft. on US301. ..' o' ;; ,HAM '
15 ACRES: Ideal for building!' pn. tots of shade tr.... ; e'. w a
'I \\r
Good j's
terms. :
0mu .> OUR HOUOAXPI : .
Jedghborhood a s. fVyi 1LQ&ISBlock. 30 Hlghr'dge'htat..., Zoned for mobile ,} .,f... ... ',' r
"'J-Ilo homes-.1 "r! .IJ.
Properties, Inc.: > ''.rrp s Vttffctgf rrti '
IHOIPBNDBN' OWN ID? Rentals t ,; :LARGE 22 24. $3595
Realtors AND OIBRATIO. *J Bedroom newly r.-hab home on one acre $215 per -

((904)) 964-5231 .SJ9', .?J2corS2iXor:; !. A ma., first and 'last month rent. MEDIUM 16 2895
Equal'Housing, O pvilunlly lit Available !Nov 15: Cottage $190 per mo. Firsthand BONUS
last months rant, plus deposit.Fl. BUY

SMALL 10-12___$1995
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County, Florida do No. 82-87-CP ((1-3434)), .Is 3205S. That the I. Final design and
Legal hereby acknowledgeservice pending In the Circuit names) of the persons( ) construction documentsfor FRESH BAKED- oz LOAF *n
of the foregoing Court for Bradford County solely interested In the the CDBG FY '82 Pro f 9
Order; and receipt of a Bread
of the Petition Florida, Probate Division said business Is (are) as gram. Rye or Pumpernickel .
copy the address of follows: 2. Resident Inspection
referred this
therein to,
NoticesIN which is Bradford County AIMEE SHEDDAN, of the construction
20th day of October, HALF LB
I 1 82, Courthous., Post Office TOM SHEDDAN. of the proposed public 99 II:
J'1'w.; ,,?/ % 'n w .0.. .%2 ltfllp.v 1 ")IWrfvYW\, B, "Slarke.'FldrIdV'32091. Interlachen, Florida. works improvements at Spiced Luncheon Meat .
I have h'reunto'sef'myhand The November 3, ))982. the option of the City
at Starke, Bradford names of the personal 11/11 4lpd 12/02 C. SCOPE OF WORK
County, Florida this 20th representative and the 1, The consultant HICKORY SMOKED- WITH 2 VEGETABLESAND

THE ClitCUIT;, COURT day of October 1982,v ?, ersonal reoresen.' shall design and prepare A ROLLJohnny '
I OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Mack S. FutchJAsst tfo'tive', ottorfiev'jare! set construction documentsfor $199
STAT OUtoRIQA;; for Eighth J ditlafJ < Interested per.Jon NOTICE (a) Improvementsto
I''''N ti'FOR,."', -, ,:A Circuit, In and for .'ale required to file the drainage ditch
BRAD R COUNT Bradford County, with' east of' Old Rood FRESH BAKEDBlueberry
this court, WITHING Subject: Engineering Services lawtey S-J49
Florida 61
fJ, :.r ', THREE MONTHS OF THE for.Design of FY'82 and north of Cooper Muffins
CA: .f?'1 ,* _r .1102tchg f ,- |)111JUBLKNOTICE' I FIRST PUBLICATION OF HUD Program. Road. .
ja.1 IJ'Vt .r
e-lt't:' : t11! $ NOTICE: ,,((1)) all (Ib) Improvementsto ,
t CITY OF STA : : .1* 'dalrpAl' the estate Gentlemen: McCulloun Street to 8 INCH 2 LAYERLemon $ '
, of municipal Florida' : poiuflonl' JiThe v"1 r"' )BRADFORDCouNTY. ondj((2)) any objection by The Community Include paving and 299

I { PlVdKl'vPialn"H ': < ':..; :; SCHOOL an ;interested person to Development Office of drainage. Supreme Layer Cake .
: ; ft'W'fIo.; BOARD Stark., Florida, whom notice was mailed the City of Storke. (Ic) Extension of

i THE STATE O :FE>HD'Ai( well" hold a PUBLIC HEAR- that challeges the valid-) Florida will require a ,, the water distribution HOT TO GOSERVE WITH 2 VEGETABLESAND
and the toxpayef* j;, }tNG .ON, PROPOSED Iy.p' the will the professional qualified system on Old Lawtey BAKED '
property owners and BOARD RULE. f6Gx4- qualifications of the per engineering' firm to perform Road from Cooper Roodto A ROLL QUARTER $ Ref 7 9
3.I61AJRENEWAL J OF the referenced Market Rood.
citizens of the representative ser
City of Starke, Eloridq; .,.PROFESSIONAL SERVICE.J/venue, or jurisdiction of vices. Enclosed Is an (Id) Sewer system Chicken Dinner i
Including noit-relTaenlkf; :). CONTRACTS FbR?:+ADMINISTRATORS. :*I the Court. outline of the Scope of rehabilitation within the

owning property or subject .. on ALL CLAIMS AND Services required.In target area
. I"j, November. 1982. at 7 OBJECTIONS NOT SO order to establish a 2. The project .*'. .". '. .' ? .". .". '. .". .". ?". .". .". ?". ? .".
to taxation thejeln D. n d.1Jn's.\ Room of*School's the- Bradford Administration BARRED. and available with the City of HOLIDAY GIFTCERTIFICATES
You are required to Publication of this people please providethe Storke standards,
Offices, 982
appear at 3:15 P.M. on North Notice has begun on 1 INo..mber City with the follow. specifications anddetails.
the 12th day of Temple Avenue,
1982. ing: .
November 1982. in the Starke, Florida. '
Courthouse In Bradford Copies of this Proposed PersonalRepresentative (A) A minimum of 3. 'Completedplans
Rule 16G..3.16IAmay : three copies of your proposal must be completedby Q ..
County Florida .
pursuant ". * .
to the petition In be obtained from MERCEDES McGREGOR unless otherwisestated January 1$, 1982.ltchall11. QIJt' I!:: S 5 rn "oo "oo ..
regard to the validation Superintendent's Office 2299 Clematis Street In the Scope, f
of Utility Revenue Bondsof ) at 582 North Temple Sarasota Florida 33S79 specifically stating your /IJ .
Bradford County, Avenue, Starke. Fla. | 'Interest and any other .. .
Florida In the sum of i iI This Is In compliancewith TOMLINSON, SHAW specific Information or .A'f. ( ". .
I Four Million Dollar Florida Statutes, ft BROWN P.A, statements called for In / '," (.!." ,.;
($, which Chapter ,120.94 a* Attorney for the enclosed Scope of Watch 1
aid ', petition has been enacted by the 1974 P.rsonoIR.pr..ntatl.) .. Services.B for :' n .lfr
i filed In the above Florida Legislature. : Wiii" ',
styled Post Office Drawer ( ) Complete Inlor- \ ---
cause at such time and Thomas.Casey.Jr.Superintendent Stark., Florida 32091) motion about firm f ---... mm" ,
your -
... ,
of .
place to show cause If Telephone:904-964-8372 and staff qualifications the Turkey ---- .'.,..... "
have Bradford School. .,
the County -
any you why
By: (C) A list of projects *t,'J- --
! bond. a* set forth In the 11/012tchg 11/11 .
James L.Tomllnson
petition and prayer -....... which indicates specific .to ; '
I 11/11 2tchgll/IB and Nov. I t
background experience 18.
should not be validatedand .,
I confirmed as prayedfor IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICEOF In the program CiIIi ee.--::: "
area being considered.Your -
I therein and a. THE EIGHTH INTENTIONTO e ,.,.
authorized under the reply must be :: or
I law, of the Slot ofFio4d. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT REGISTER received no later than E c e1 c'::::z antler .
.. IN AND FOR FICTITIOUS NAME Nov 30.. 1982. at 5:00: When You PlaceA 0..'.

Witness'my hand atStatfe. BRADFORD COUNTY I P.M., and directed to my Want Ad G.trt t" Stor... .
"; :: .J
: Bradford "
County attention. Remember This La '- l1
I Florida this 20th day of PROBATE DIVISION\I GIVEN. That the undersigned 'Very truly yours, Little Verse; a sao''Q" ", : Redeemable inoc.
Odessa. 1982. CASE NO.82-87-CP under the provlsons Jerry Wadsworth acetd
George H.Pierce ((1-3434)) of Section 865.09. Director The More ; I ..., / afIroscgr.sd Merchandise at
Acting Judge Circuit Florida' Statutes, will ....
,.CommunityDevelopment You Tell. ..,I,
Court IN HE:' register with the Clerk of
Eighth Judicial Circuit of The Estate of'' the Circuit' Court In and Office The More : all PANTRY

Florida In and for MARY M.ALLEN, for Bradford County You Sell!. ,' '

Bradford.,.' County Deceased, proof Florida,of upon.publication receipt of of SCOPE OF SERVICESA. --';'_:;:' -.-- -...' //s'm. ''''' -'-.- PRIDE STORES..

ACCEPTANCE OF I >. Dial" -- -
NOTICEOF this notice, the following "
_- .
STATE ATTORNEY ADMINISTRATIONThe fictitious name, to wit: '82 PROGRAM 8648305Today -.-----...; ....-.:
I. the State Attorney administrationof which" I am (we are) I Thepurpose of this r
of the Eighth' Judicial Circuit the Estate of MARY M. engaged In business at service Is to provide: -
In and,for, Bradford ALLEN. Deceased File P. O. Box 39O, Lawtey.

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E Cowboy's, r Tornadoes Host EHS Rams Friday- <. ::! I

Facing a team hungry for a Quick Facts ball down our throats at first," secon- :"" '
postseason playoff bid the Tornadoes dary coach Mike Hartley' said of ,:
Big DayIs rf Bradford High have their work cutout Eastside at Tornadoes Eastside. "Then if that doesn't work '
for them when they finally return Game tile Bradford stadium, real well they'll just put the ball up."
ar 1't.. home after three road games Friday kickoff 8 p.m Hurse said one of the keys could be :M
night. Season records: Bradford 2-8. how well BHS throws the ball. "If we .
4 The Tornadoes meet Gainesville Eastside 3-5. can get anything out of our passing .
SaturdayThe Eastside at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12, In Series history: BHS 6 wins, Eastside game it will definitely help." -
a district 5-AAA game here at Brad- T. "
Bradford County Cowboys will, D'' 1 't ford Stadium. The Rams are just 3-5 Lilt meeting: Eastside won 6-0 in The Tornadoes will; i at least look

be holding their Pop Warner overall and coming off a 42-6 loss to '81. more impressive on the sidelines Fri- t

Homecoming celebration this Saturday top-ranked Palatka, but in district day night, since some 29 JV and .'r$.
Eastside Is 2-1 thanks to have joined f
play an upset freshman team players
Nov. 13, at The Bradford High
School Stadium. ;+ of Buchholz, and if the Rams beat it seems like we're always adjusting' the varsity with their own seasons ending -
Bradford and Gainesville High in somewhere. That kind of thing causes last week.

Action starts Saturday, with the their final two contests they'll represent breakdowns when you're having pro JV's moving up are Gerald Brown,
Mitey Mite game at 10 a.m. The Jr. the league In state playoff com- blems making all the adjustmentsand Robert Bellamy Barry Warren.

Pee Wee's play at noon Pee Wee's 2 1D petition.One we have been." Frank Sheffield, Barry Boswell Tim1..
p.m., and Jr. Pee Wee's 4 p.m. factor working against the Tor- The Rams attack features basket- my Nugent,. Doug Samons Craig
The crowning of the Cowboy nadoes, who are now running the ball all-stater Jimmy Johnson at Falstreaux, Andy Nguven, Willie ;
Homecoming Queen and new princess Buchholz offense, Is the fact Eastide quarterback. Wright, Kerry Hall, Robbie Boone )
will take place between the Jr. Pee la the only team to solve the Buchholz "I expect them to try the run the Daniel Duffy, Rusty Sullivan, Tim
Wee and Pee Wee ballgames, at approximately attack, holding( the Bobcats to under Dudding, Jamie Whitehead, Clint
1:30: p.m. 100 yards rushing In the upset. Hutcheson. Mike Colvin, Gordon '
L "We're working hard this week and .Smith, and Richard Crosby 9th )
Princesses this year are: Mitey M'' i the offensive is improving but Sports Calendar graders who came up on a volunteer

Mite: Charmine Wiggins, age 7; Jr. ; h' ,y Eastside Is the team that beat ......,._.I. basis were Ray Davis, Keith Gillj:.
Pee Wee'sDana Williams, age 10; amt D Buchholz, head coach David Hurse Gainesville EaiUlde at BHS vanity football(LORI ingham. Daniel Griffis, Lonnie
noted. And he didn't make this week's Hamilton Clinton Jenkins Keith : t
Pee' Wee'sLatara Jackson, age 9; Jr. ,, <. ._. 11
MidgetsShannon Ford age 13. assignment sound like an easy one Pop Warner Homecwnlna;at BHS Kehoe, Danny Manning, and Russell
Queen candidates are: Shiela Shan- when he added: "They're more non, Tara Marchant, Tracy Rowen, physical than Live Oak,* and they're BUS cnaa country al Rrg male. Tallahassee. .,JIr
Kelli Jackson and quicker (but Live Oak did beat an
Lorretta Austin
w.e.,.N.. 4Mot' it
all 13 years old.Extracurricular. injury-riddled Eastside" squad 27-7 '.Flag football .t BHS practice field STEEL BUILDINGSAll
activites will be go). 1:00- NAPA VI. Music Men
Defense coach Mike Sexton I;:3O-O'M_* Robert va. Nornun'l direct.
new. Buy
going on during the day, such I q
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4:00- Streak V. Superstars
that the Rams "a lot
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releasing balloons before possess
games. 5Ox75)( 10 $1.99 sq. ft. .
After the games, from 7:3011 p.m.a of good athletes," but did find solacein ..,4.,.M..I*
dance will be held at the new Ar- the fact the Tornadoes will finally Middleburg BHS vanity football (t:00) Other sizes available

mory on Edward's Rd. Cost is $1. be facing a conventional offense. _M Ce* to* ITM OO34a301
Parents football players and "We've seen so many different offensive Par battle tourney;Suite. Coif* Country Club
cheerleaders are invited. Bradford looks the last couple of weeks, ,3A

High math teacher Grover Howard
will serve as disc jockey, f!

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BC CheerleadersRate

"Superiors"The .: ". .,
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ing hard with their sponsors for cheer .. '.'; ;, :i-, .. ,: ." ..
competition and the practice paid off -..
last week as each group was rated "Go Big Red! !U" .. ,., ....r.

"superior" in the cheerleading judging Tornado cheerleaders Mashell Brown, left and Lan Ann Johns, Ignore the d. ..
held Saturday in Orange Park. cold to cheer the varsity on In Live Oak.

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'Dogs GrindThe Out 21-0 Win Over BHS > 4* 'I;, ., '

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new Tornado football motion Suwannee led ipv
offense was impressive at first, but in the second quarter. .. ...
the end it was the Suwannee High Bradford had a final threat before D' Emmett l'? ',, .
Bulldog ball-movers that made the halftime when a roughing the kicker Watkins 'v!.

biggest impression, lifting the host penalty and runs of 14, 22, and 9 yards : f.:: ,
'Dogs to a 21-O victory over Bradford by leading ground-gainer Watkins got ',

in Live Oak last Friday night. BHS back into Suwannee territory, ((4 FOR ME.Make ,'i,.
The Bulldogs chewed up 281 yards but the clock ran out on the push. ": 0 <1 ;-
rushing on 44 carries, and as BHS The second half was pretty much all ,
defensive coach Mike Sexton put it, Suwannee as the 'Dog offense got (t"u '"'
"were the first team all year to just heated up and the Bulldog defense ad- ;' 1
blow our defense right off the line of justed to the surprise Tornado offensive 1''

scrimmage." scheme. TornadoOf a qualifying deposit when you ',:;
"They were just too doggone Defensively linebacker Melvin tt
physical for us," added Tornado head Randalls was the top Tornado tackler the Week open an Investment Checking .I, ,
coach David Hurse. "We didn't expect with 5 solo stops and 3 assists for a
Senior Emmett Watkins
them to be able to move" the foot- total of 9 tackles and was named of the Week for his play in last is Tornado week's Account NOW Checking Account, or, 4 ,
ball on us like they did. lineman of the week. Cornerback
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Meanwhile the new-look Bradford loss to Live Oak. Individual Retirement Account. r I.,, ,
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look offense a la, a Gainesville man-ln-motion Buchholz wide, card-open picked the off week an,interception.carded 8 tackles and Bradford Watkins with was 76 the yards top on ballcarrier 18 carries-for Make a deposit of $500 or more In, .J q:. a '

ed more yards, especially early, but "Outside of one missed play (which 600-yard pushing his mark season, and total also to gained over the 90 a savings account or purchase a n tm. .''I1 i
got no points as Bradford slipped to resulted in a TD) played his .
2-6 for the year, with Eastside and best game of the Jimmy year/ secondary yards on 4 kickoff returns, including a Certificate of Deposit-and pick piA( b&J
33-yard sprint on the kick.
Mlddleburg closing out the 1982 varsi- coach Mike opening
Hartley of the junior
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ty campaign with games here the defender. At 1 defensive safety Watkins was your gift .1 craws
next two Friday's."We Watkins and end Billy Rehbergwere tied for number three on the tackle -... _........... -, __ tt E .' ..bur.JIIoIIw'I
felt going in like we the new offense both in on 7 stops and Rehberg charts with 7 stops. C.YAwaomwaMrwueRwu.wy. 'tor.! Y i bI.t_ ,.

would surprise them a little," recovered a fumble for the Tor Hw.tenSq.rwr pcerl .-Indo....rweuwrMwm.s..sun....c..u5........w =: ,. 'h y1 Hnprrw ud
Hurse said. "And the first time we nadoes. Tyhson and tackle Dale '=' I:: 1000@r0ea 11000 11110 IMew w., q '0
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Buchanon added 5 tackles apiece and
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4 side slanted in towards the quarter- I re 5..511. II. I' IJ II fRet alii I .hl"
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4 nug.now<*M>tuooly tea.One aft per Mount No. or mil ordtr
down new offensive back Brad .....-Ime No__ pmatrefn k.quit.dnw.md.pw4fairaen
mat nen on DtpoM(or CO dayS or man.rn..r.wmNd.emu. ,
Russell went in motion right took a ,
deep pitch from quarterback Robert nAffi
Carver, and sped 21 yards down the 0 4 :!II i5
sidelines on his first varsity carry. On in,. '4:Jd
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pitches to a motion back got away, Don I mill MM kta M lnys N9at con ke yeune n.w klteliene cemplele ulna relrlgemen! and rangee. .' }
resulting in a loss of 29 yards. That wen f Cetena metlie ttoniee.e. y on I". too pttcee end special en .CN.g./.NMe1 n1oM nmm
was enough to stall the march forcing lot* al comlorteMe Hiring pea entf s.i.A make N eay toe yaw la buy new. 'lI'a
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Suwannee's ground control force
drove back 59 yards before Tornado

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Billy Rehburg grabbed a Bulldog t' ,,'
fumble at the Tornado 39. I
BHS again showed the ability to ,
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Fe Ekes Out District Win.' ..

Very, Very Close But No Cigar for :BHS Girls

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The Lady Tornadoes of BUS closed a first round match last Wednesday "My girls did terrific" a proud Vonda Kay ifall, the all-around excellence
I ut a 13-6 season the winningest in the girls battled 3-time district champ BUS coach Inez Diggs said after the of hustling senior Lorraine
the 6-year history of girls volleyball at Santa Fe down to the wire before fall exhausting match. She managed a Bass the pinpoint setting of Pat
I f he school with a split in the District ing in the semi's Thursday. The SF smile while the girls fought back Slocum and scrambling play by
AAA tournament held at Gainesville Lady Raiders (18-2), who twice have tears. "That was the best volleyballI've Valerie McCloud Christy and Cindy
; uchholz last week. gone to the final 4 state tourney in seen In quite awhile they've got Strickland and Wendy McDougaldwas
J Even with the fine record to show volleyball, went on to capture their nothing to be ashamed of. We had a the best it had been all season,
i |or their efforts the BHS girls weren't 4th straight district crown with a couple of close calls go against us the serving was one area that was not :e.
Satisfied) with reaching the semifinalsf hardfought 10-13,15-13,15-13 win over right there towards the end and the quite up to par and missed serves cost ng
| the district tourney They felt they top-seeded Buchholz ((20-3)( Friday girls found it hard to come back. I'm Bradford chances to score crucial \J',"
hould have and could have won the night, just gratified by the whole season." points on a couple of occasions. ..,. oz
hole shooting match. The BUS Santa Fe match Thurv The Lady Tornadoes probably In game one BUS jumped out to ) !
I And indeed they came close to win- day was just as close as Friday's title would have pulled off the upset had leads of 3-0,7-3, and 9-4, as Hall stuffed
' ing Bradford's first-ever volleyball contest with the Raiders prevailing in they won the first game and had they Santa Fe's top spiker Lisa Red- 1C
jitle. a marathon first game and going on to served a little better wine on two blocks and Bass ham ali
| After blasting Live Oak 15-3,13-1 In win 19.17,13.15,15.8. While the spiking and blocking fLaws mered a spike. But the stubborn
I Raiders fought back to tie 9-9 and it 1e
was back and forth from there. in
BHS couldn't get the game- Idly
Concerning HuntingOn winner and the Raiders tied it at 16
before Hall rifled a deep serve to put irr M
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Bradford back in front 1716. But Santa y
Fe again refused to release the win m

ning point, and after gaining sideout
Private Land ExplainedEndosed on a close line call that BITS thoughtwas ie
incorrect the Raiders closed the 41 >
match out with 3 straight points for
the 19-17 win r isd ise

For the 2 match district tourna- ,

are some of the current laws that relate to the ment Bass had 17 serves for BHS, plus \ ', its
6 spikes, 4 aces, and 2 dinks for points.
crimes of Trespass and Illegal Use of Firearms. Hall had a dozen serves but led in net 1"\/\:!\ .. a i

K'ay with 17 spikes, 4 dinks, and 4 tI it
to go with 9 service aces. Mc- '. .
Cloud, just a freshman, and Cindy _.__....., __ ____ __ __ its itd
Citizens to read the below Florida Statutes Strickland, both contributed 13 .
are urged serves. Slocum had 9 serve points and Getting Together. .
most of the sets on Hall's spikes. Also BUS volleyballers Lorraine Bass, Vmida Kay Hall. Valerie Mi-Cloud, and
and govern themselves accordingly. You are reminded Christy Strickland had 6 serves and i Pat Slocum put their hands together with coach Inn l>iKKs and the other !girls '1'I
McDougald 3 for the two nicthts and get "up" before hitting the court against! Santa Ke
that violation of either of these statutes, plus others, I.

can result in your arrest. If you do not own the land or Tornado JV's End Season With Loss to Claymoved I r

have from the in of
permission owner/person charge Bradford High's JV team was hop- to tailback from wideout / at the Clay 43 yard line and a Blue
ing to unleash a passing bomb on the quarterback bulled 18 yards to put Devil lineman grabbed the ball on the
private property to hunt or trespass on same, you I visiting Blue Devils of Clay High in BHS on the move but the Tornadoes run and rumbled 57 yards for a score
the final junior varsity football gameof fumbled on the next play. Bradford went right to its shotgun
should stay off.Citizenshunters. the year last week but a muddy Clay fumbled right back with Mike pass attack but 3 passes were intercepted
field and slippery ball got in the way Colvin applying a lick 6 yards behind as the wet ball wouldn't
of that and Clay blanked the Baby the line of scrimmage and the ball allow much of an aerial show.
Tornadoes 200. squirting loose to Richard Crosby at Clay allied the finishing touches on
/ are requested to keep this information The loss ended the BHS JV slate the Clay 22. the win after the first interception,
with 1 win and 7 losses while Clay scoring on a short run after intercep-
finished up 42. The BUS team couldn't stick the ting the ball at the BUS 10. A two-
for future referral. All violations should be to
j reported
The two teams battled on even in though, and ran out of downs at point run made it 200.

the Bradford'County Sheriffs Office 964-6280,964-6161. terms in the first half but Clay put the After Clay being 16. stopped again by the Highlight of the second half fur BUS
was a return by Bellamy
together a 42 yard drive to takea 6-0
Bradford defense the 'Devils used a and on defense by Gerald
lead. dose of good fortune to up their lead to Brown, Craig Falstreaux, and Daniel
In the 3rd period Robert Bellamy 12-0. Bradford fumbled an exchange( Duffy. I


BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Falcons Ahead of Dolphins in 10-13 League I.

Heading into games Tuesday Nov. ralcons 11 Reagab l it: Mark Marshall scored Mark Mamhall and Tommy Balkemn Mired 'for
9, and the final scheduled games set twice on runs of 32 and 21 yardand Tommy the winners while Jamey Carver and Shane Jrwn
Balkcom got\ the winning tally on a 28 yard run as had the li_r a TU s
688.09 Legally enclosed land fenc- discharging a firearm on public jures, or cuts any fence, or any part for Tuesday, Nov. 16, the Falcons lead the Falcons edged past the Bengals
Ted and posted.(1) .- roads or properties expressly approved thereof, belonging to or enclosingland the Starke flag football league for Link Bishop caught TO pa.. from Mitch Gray r'alcontt:! lsenUTheFatcnacardedahard Tue.da.kt :s \
( ) Land shall be legally enclosed, for hunting by the Game and not his own, or whoever causes 10-13( year olds with an 9-2 record just and Jamie Whitehead for the Bengal corn fought win over the 49rn an Tommy Ralkcom ran
land, or posted land, when enclosedby FresV Water" Fish Cornmis lohTor' "- ":;to M broken down marred Injured, ahead of the 8-4 mark owned by the Thursday()cl 2fI :18 and 10>arda (ur scores and Mark Marshall hail
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a legal fence, and when there Division of Forestry firearms or cut any fence belonging to or Dolhins. --- If.cs 11- B .11.1. u- Mark Strickland.towxi 3 a 40 yard run and 33 yard ktcknffTriurn\ fttr :TO skid
touchdown pasaea and ran for one score and Ed Douglas Chris. Simmons. and Milin"
enclosing land not his shall be The Bengals (3.8)) and 49ers (3-9)) Grp
shall be the boundaryof own '
placed along Douglas scored 3 TO's to lead the 49 era to a high- scored for 'the losers with Mark SlnikUmd firing!
said land in the manner herein Section 2. This act shall take effect guilty of a misdemeanor of the first are battling over third place scoring win over the Bengals two scoring. passes
provided posted notices to the October 11978. degree, punishable. provided in s. while Richie Barnes. also had a score for the winner 1'.lphln.t ".nl\.l. U* Donme l Franoasoireil. 1
775.082, 775.083.,or ..775.084. Tued.ySoy.t Tim Lewis and Moth Gray hooked up onpass 'touchdowns, kick and
public provided that it shall not be for the one on a 28 yard return
2 Bengal
... S-pumlers
is 4 0' Aerial touchdowns from
Dolphin. threw another to tank Bishop, to lead Dolphins
fence the Governor
necessary to erect any along Approved by May Dannie Francis to Scott Duncan and Bo Bishop lo Falcons IS. Dolphin 12: Extra' point scores by to victory
any portion of the boundaries of the 3.1978. 810.12' Unauthorized entry on Link Bishop sent (the Dolphins to a win over the Holland Shafer were the difference in this. Fur the Ilrngali' Jamie Whilehrad, and l'hn
land formed by any ocean, gulf, bay land; prima facie evidence oCtresp. 4Uera ballKame a. both teams had 2 touihdnuns Tucker had TO runs.
river,creek or lake. Filed in Office Secretary of State ....
((2)The) fences, enclosures and the May 3, 1978. ((1))The unauthorized entry by any
posted notices, when erected, placed person Into or upon any enclosedand -- -------
and maintained as herein required 810.09 Trepan on property other posted land shell be prima facie
shall be notice to the public than structure or conveyance.- evidence of the Intention of such
that the land enclosed' thereby I. (U Whoever, without being authorized person commit an act of trespass. [ Sports Briefs ) I ISki
private property/upon which unauthorized'aergon'to licensed, or invited willfully ((2)) The set of entry upon enclosedand ."
remain off of or enters upon or remains in any proCpJI posted land without permissionof
to depart lardl lup{"... ;" -,. : V|'lter,than structure" or eonSSjffcynnt the owner of said land by any
<- 'v.'Ii: t 8y *..st*.,.l cll'lotlee'agalnllt workman, servant, employee or
588.10 Posted .notice.; require- ,. ';?entering: ors remaining is given, agent while actually engaged in the
ment Pofcted notices to the public either by actual communication to performance of his work or his Rec. Dept. Sets Trip PlannedTo Youth Basketball
as requiredby! a. 588.09'.shall! ||* the offender or by posting, fencing duties incident to such employmentand to Start
signs upon which thrrri'iltsHlTiposn .' described In .. while under the supervision or Tennis TourneyThe AppalachiansThe Signups

prominently in lettennofhot. less, ;," }82hi'2ommite() the offense of direction, or through the procurement : Starke city tennis courts at the Starke Rec. Department is try- Registration for >oulh basketball in
than 2 inches, lit,Jieight,the ,-word, .. ti4spas property other than aslructurij'or or any other person acting as Pratt St. recreation center are cur ng to organize anotherski, trip to the Starke is underway, with the deadlinefor
"posted.and in fiJd ioJherepo conveyance. supervisor foreman, employer, or rently being resurfaced and the Rec. Appalachian Mountains for signup being Dec 1. 1982.
there shall appear the n 1ref; the ((2Xa)( ) Except aa provided in this principal or in any other capacity, Department has set a tournament for February. L'oys or girls ages 8-10 and 11.13 can
owner, lessee or occupant of said' ..ub..etioe.4tespas.s on property shall be prima facie evidence of the the new surfaces starting in mid- Plans are to leave Friday Feb. 18, sign up (age determining date Nov.
land. Said posted notlce /shall be '""' 'other* than'a structure or conveyance causing, and of the procurement: of November. get there Saturday, and ski Saturday, IS, 1 1982)) with no charge for play ing. If
placed along on, or close,within the is a misdemeanor of the such act by the supervisor foreman, Sunday, and Monday, returning home enough girls register separate boys
boundaries of any legally enclosed first de eeppgishable. provided employer,principal or other person. Mens singles and doubles, womens Tuesday Feb. 22. and girls leagues will be formed.
or posted T rfAd il...1'@b..M 'f;:;' 1188.Ii ((3)) The act committed by any per. singles and doubles will be contested. So far places to stay include hotel Registration can be made al the Old
such positnoticeable tor;, tt...clear l:':'* ivV: Jr*"* Hspff Wwr defies an order son or' persons of taking, trasnpor- Cost is $5 for singles and $8 to play rooms with no kitchens, 1 house, and Armory Rec. office or at Pratt St.
ttrt the. "to leaved,'poro>ajly communicated ting, operating or driving, or the act both doubles and singles. Entry hotel rooms with kitchenettes.Cost .
enclosure, jfcnotlce! shall beltt JSHnlJfto him by the owner of the premises of permitting or consenting to the deadline is Monday Nov. 15, and the for the bus trip and room will Rec. to HoldRummage
placed not !I MI.at.J/IU.t'.1IOCh: / feet "*j(ir by.*'k authorized person, or if the taking or transporting of, any draw will be made Tuesday, Nov. 16. be $130 IF 40 people go. with a $50
apart along, ancl"sr4ch corner, ofr %6ffehd rVwillfuUy opens any door. machine, tool, motor vehicle, or The finals are set for Saturday, Dec. deposit due by Dec. 15, 1982. If fewer SaleThe
the boundaries of the land, and also ,J/f/ )t.feacs i or gate or doe any act which draft animal into or upon any enclosed people attend the cost will increase. A Starke Rec Department will be
at each gateway or opening of the tsxposes animals.,crops, or other prock' and posted land without the per 18.Up to the finals players will set up minimum number of 35 is needed to holding another rummage sale Fri.
fence enclosirj<< atopnotices pprty-j r-W: waste. destruction or mission of the owner of said land by times for their own matches and must have the trip. day, Nov. 19, at Pratt St center with
shall ibe.qn c cl'aJonl: aJ'JI.fiboundarie. ( *1 freed tn''or trespasses on property any person who Is not the owner of supply tennis balls. For the cham- The cost does not include food, ski all\ sorts of supplies and sports equipment -
formed by the praters + other""than a structure or eon' such machine, tool, vehicle or pionship round times will be set by the lift tickets, or equipment rental. The available.The .
mentioned herein on tree or pos */ veyanc, he Is guilty of a misdemeanor -, animal but with the knowledge or Rec. Dept. and balls will be provided. Rec. has written for current prices on various things on sale will included
close to the banks of .aid' waters in of the first degree consent of the owner of such Interested players can call 9646792to those things. old sports equipment still in
position so as they may be noticeable punishable as provided In s. 775.082, machine, tool vehicle, or animal, or put your name on the list but you If interested come by or call the good shape, new T-shirts old baHeaps
to persons, approaching the I,775.083,or 775.084.. of the person then having the right will not be officially registered until Rec Dept, office at the Old Armory and uniforms, and even old ceramic
boundary formed by said waters. (clll) the offender U armed with a to possession thereof,shall be prima fees are paid. (964- 792)! ). items
firearm or other dangerous weapon facie evidence of the Intent of such
Senate Bill No. 516An during the commission of the offense owner of such machine tool, vehicle,
'of trespass on property other than n'structure or animal, or of the person then entitled Z MML .
act relating to firearms; amending : or conveyance, he is guiltyof to the possession thereof, to Winter Heat -.,
.. 790.16. Florida Statutes; prohibiting a felony of the third degree cause or procure an act of trespass Sports Up ._ ....",
the discharge of a firearm in punishable as provided In .. 775.082. ((4)) A* used herein, the term tOHS ''/!
any public place or on the right,of- e .s.775.083.or 775.084.. "owner of said land" shall include basketball coach Mike Sexton held tryouts for BuddyCallings
way of any paved, public:, ..road the beneficial owner lessee, occupant varsity roundball the first three days of the month at the '. '
highway or street or knowingly 810.10 Posted land; removing or other person having any Interest Tornado-gymnasium and regular basketball practice is r
discharging any Arearma ovefanysuch notices unlawful penalty.II .- In said land under and by virtue underway. ,' t k *'* ';
right-of-way or over sny-oo ( ) It unlawful for any person to of which that person Is entitled The BUS boys basketball schedule is set with the season! .' ..\ '.. .
cupled premise; providing a penalty; willfully remove destroy mutilate to possession thereof and shall also opener being Tuesday night, Nov. 30 at Clay High. First & J' !iIi; .' ; .
providing an effective date. or commit any act designed to Include the' agents or authorized home game is Friday, Dec. 3, against class 4A neighbor 3Sports I r, ;ill'i
remove, mutilate, or reduce th* employee*of such owner. Orange Park.. ; .j.. ,r:
Be It Enacted by th. Legislature of ligibility or effectiveness of any ((6)However this section shall not .- .." "

the State of Florida: posted notice placed by the owner I apply to any official or employee of The Lady Tornado cagers (not playing volleyball) i Editor v I.J'
tenant lessee,or occupant legally th. state or a county municipality
started earlier than the boys under the direction of coach
Section 1. Section 790.15. Florida enclosed or legally posted land pursuant or other governmental agency now .. -- .... .. .
Gayle I tee primarily because they start in 1.
get an early aThanksgiving ...;
Statutes, Is amended to read: to any law of this state for the authorised by law to enter upon
tournament at Keystone Heights Nov. 2324.
of legally enclosing the lands or to registered and
790.15 Discharging firearmIn same. surveyors authorized to enter lands The BHS girls face rival Baker County in a 6 p.m. first ...Runners should note that the 4th. annual Autumn Sun

public Any person who ((2)Any person violating the provisions pursuant to s.472.14.The provisions round school team game while in the host other Keystone and round the new ,Nease. Fun Run Bradford County's >early road race, will be held
knowingly discharge a firearm.in of this section shall be guilty of of this section shall not apply to the play opening game., Saturday, Nov 27, again starting at the Community State
any public place or on the a misdemeanor of the second degre trimming or cutting of tree or And Bank parking lot. .
right-of-way of any paved public .. punishable a* provided la .. Umber by municipal( or private In speaking of winter sports at BUS, anyone Interested Again the race will actually be two races- a 10,000
road, highway or street or whosoever 775082..."5.083.or..775.084. public utilities. or their employees wrestling for the Tornadoes ought to get out meter (6 2 miles) run and a one mile fun run.
knowingly discharges any firearm contractors, or subcontractors,?I there now. First-year coach Dick Russell met with a hand- Entry fee is W,50 for pre-registration and $5 the day of
ful of
over the right-of-way of any 810:115'Bre.kla: or Injuring when such trimming Is required forth Nov.prospective 30 at Palalka.wrestlers.. early last week..First matchis the race. Proceeds go to the Bradford Association! ,for
paved public road highway, or fences.Whoever .willfully and establishment or maintenance of Retarded Citizens,

.trs.t"or over any occupied maliciously breaks down mar, la- ,the service furnished by any such ...A bus reserved for local Gator fans (and Seminole
promt*** Is. snail be guilty of tmistlemenor ,. Just'got a schedule tor Gulf Coast Community College -
too I
supporters will
suppose) go from Starke to the UF-
of the ,first delNlopunlahable where
graduated Lady Tornado basketball star
.. In "5.082 FSU game in Tallahassee Saturday Dec. 4.and Interested
provided s. Hope Jackson will be shooting hoops next year and I find
or s. "5.088. Thin section does shall ., J","; .... :. i' ;) persons are Invited to purchase a spot on the bus. the closest GCCC plays to us Is Sanford where they'll take
For reservations call Bill Wilson( the
\ 1. at Chamber ol
not apply to I person lawfully defending ; part in the Seminole
.' Commerce Community College tournament Fri-
life '
or property performing ) day and Saturday November 1213. Brevard. Broward
official duties requiring the Central and host Seminole are the other three
teams in
discharge of a firearm or to a person planned tennis tournament at the Starke Golf It. that tourney.
I .. Country Club was called off when S
; I. Just members and 3
non-members signed .. Coast a state semifinalist last year. 'also makes
up. ''trip.to Alabama (twice) and Douglas rala.Santa .


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,"The second period girls and fourth rz
period boys ran to victory last ,

Wednesday Nov. 3, as the Bradford it ,, 1Al
Middle Schoollntramural cross coun- w

try championships were held at BMS. r ,
For the 7th grade girls of periodtwo

led by individual champ Lisa rZ Y'ak.
Tierney and 3rd placer Lori Sapp, the d ono +

team win was somewhat repeat per- I vitas tX", ..
formance, since they were basicallythe yk /, t ,,gyp d 1)r ,i o
same team that won the title as c ,k

6th graders a year ago. .W r
Chris Anders and Janet Kennedywere 1J
seventh and eighth for the winn-

ing team, with teamates Jennifer ,, /
Brown, Carla McCutcheon, Rhoshan-
da Edmonds, and Renee Butler
following. The 2nd period squad total- .

ed 82 points to easily turn back 5th p. f' e,
: ,a
period s 96-point effort, and a 98-point y
total by the 6th period p.e. class.In .
the boys race individual champ
Jesse Simmons sparked the 4th

period class, a group of 8th graders, j9J;
to the team title. They tallied 99 Y

points, 6 up on the 105 score of the 5th -___ '_'_'_ M__' .. _. __ ___ _.. .- _.. .... ._.... ""___...,.,_ >oF ....--'...........
period runners, with 1st period third
with a 113 score.Individual A Photo Finish... Too Close to Call..... Girls Winner

runnerups were Thomas Angel Widener, left Teela Bule, right and Chris Anders (between and behind those of BMS coach George Loper, on the finish line in the girls race at BMS." Sets the Pace... ,
Moon for the boys and Christ! Harrell them) come across the finish line smack-dab together with all eyes Including Girls Individual champ Lisa
for the girls, with Silas Jenkins the photo's by Don Sapp Tierney took the lead early and never
third boy accross and Sapp taking let up. .;
third in the girls race. Both events
were contested over a 2-mile course
behind BMS.
"We were lucky weatherwise, it
looked like the bucket was gonna dropon
us for awhile," noted BMS p.e.
coach George Loper. "The kids did
very well. Alot of these kids are
Roadrunners and alot of them will be
running at the high school.! "

says_es..u l)4th period 99,2))5th period lOS
3)) let period 111 4) 3rd period 174, 5) Ml period
317, I) 2nd period 24*.
Uyt Mdhldu.l l i l lap ,.. I) Jesse Simmons 13.03, 2)
Thomas Moon 13.13. 3) Silas Jenkins 13.28, 4)
David McKinney 13.ze.: 5) Marvin Shaw 13:32, 6)
Jody Brown 13:52,7))Jason Brown 13.53,S) Henry
Cooper 1356. 9)) Henry Chandler 14:07, 10) Ben ? '
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Cawena 14.09. I. : .w .5 a M ,r (7 Fe" 'tl+
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Hrti t .m KOT.I 1)2nd period M.2))5th period 96, r. r ,
3))eth period M.4)3rd period 1711.S) l.t period 228.I X"a.. .....a n r 4'x,1 'Y.7 'r r, rl.. i.* '?yy 'n:.: y 7
) 4th period 267. --- -- "-' .....;;;... '.: ':"'-:- ." .. ". .... ', \ -;" '.
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oiri. Iedl.ld.d. | tap lOt II Lisa Tierney 15'07, 2)) : \_ ; > : r "' i
Chri.ll Hsrrell 15,43. 3) Lori Sapp 18'04. 4)) Ann Simmons Hits the Tape... ', ';:. .. .* A' ".. nw"If; Y.. f'qK'r: ,," ;. '., .,.:. \l..j'\L"; \ .. ,,; '::' :
Green 18:18.: 5)Teals Bole 11'28.II AnRel Widener 1 \
16 37, 7) Iris Anders 18:28. 8) Janet Kennedy Boys individual winner Jesse Simmons, right, chugs across the finish I-1
17 1714.10. 6)) Ehiabeth RoweU 17:11.: 10) Sandra Kane line as volunteer official Charles Griffis watches the finish Some 80 runners put the pedal to the metal at the start of the 2-mlle boys run at the Middle School.


I BHS Girls Make Region v Bid SaturdaySome ., yyC.Kr Men's Flag League Race

hard luck at the starting line BITS girls. DeWitt was 21st in 13:31: hope. The top 4 teams at Region move \r
cost Bradford High's girls third placeat and Loper felt that had she not fallento to the state meet; set for Deland, and
last Friday's District meet in sink to dead last early. the Loper thinks his girls just might have! No Longer a 2-Te.amer

Palatka but the Lady Tornadoes still sophomore might have been in the top a shot at qualifying: : : _- ,. '" f 1
managed to qualify for the Saturday, 10 and broken 13 minutes. Cheryl "They believe in themselves; as do

Nov. 13, Region I championships as Bogle came across 28th in 13:46 I, and I know they'll run' as good as For the past few years it hasn't been too hard picking winners in the Starke
every girl on the team clocked a Michelle Kimutis 33rd in 13:53, CaroFussell they can." '. Re<:. Department's mens flag football league. Everybody knew Music Men

seasonal-best time. 43rd in 14:11: Tammy Mann Loper figures Buchholz and and 301 Quick Stop (now O'Steen & Roberts), the top dogs of the league,
By placing in the top 6 at District 52nd in 14:35: and Allison Denmark79th Niceville have the Region's top two would kick everybody around and then fight amongst themselves for the
the BHS girls will among those competing in 16:30 (cutting nearly 2 minutesoff teams, followed by Bishop Kenny, but championship scraps.
for Region honors when the her previous best). thinks the Lady Tornadoes could

girls run starts at 1:30: p.m. Saturday "The girls ran great," Loper bubbl- jump in the fight for 4th with And that's just the way it was for the first five weeks of the current league
afternoon at the Jake Gaither Park ed. "They believed in themselves and Tallahassee Leon. season, with both teams beating the competition and Music Men topping
golf course in Tallahassee.Bradford's they went out and did the job." "If Leon beats us they're gonna 01 R to take first place.
girls were 5th and boys And the coach wasn't just praising have to run their best.
9th at the District run. But had not the girls. OnTMCTMilTMSI. But suddenly the Macclenny entries in the league, now seasoned with alot

leading runner Linda DeWitt taken a "Out boys were flat dead last in the ( .1.t Re,O fall in the first 5 yards of the race BHS first two big invitatlonals this year. OH.MM rnrMi 1) Buchhuli 39. 2) Bishop Kenny T.on ing on strong. Last week the Macclenny Streaks dealt the Music Men its first
probably would have lived up to coach To come from there to finishing in the 69 BRADFORD, 3) Middleburg 121, 4) North Marlon I2S S) league loss by a 32-31 count in overtime and Sunday in Starke Macclenny.
121 I) Lake Weir ,,
1S3 7) Ocala
George Loper's prediction of a 3rd middle of Motor Parts knocked off and
the pack at district's is Forest iss. S) Lee 190, 9) Palatka 194 10) Ocala : O'Steen Roberts.
place finish in the girls go. remarkable. I know alot of people Vanguard 208. .xar _111 ,wuaa- _wewr.wera""".a
As it was BHS totaled 128 points 3 didn't expect us to do that. The boys Girls Individual winner and BHS results: 1)) The activity left the Music Men back atop the league standings with a &-1
behind 4th placer North Marion ((125) came on strong towards the end of the I BHS Kalhy)Shafer 13'22. (21)BuchhoU Linda)DeWitt 12:21.: .. 1") Pam BoswellI DeWitt Leads BUS mark but the Streaks, who beat Norman's Farm Sunday, have moved la
and 7 points off the 3rd place pace set year and ran just as well as they Cheryl Bogle (BHS) 13:48.: 33) Michelle(BUS) 13 Kimutis 31. 2S) Into Region Fray within a game, tied for second place with OAR at 52. Motor Parts sits in 4th:. '-.
by Middleburg ((121). Buchholz was a could." (BHS) 13'53, 43) Carol Fussell (BHS) 14:11: S2) with a 4-3 record _' ,
convincing champion with 39 points, Senior Richard Warren Tammy Mann BHS( ) 14::JS, 7" Allison Denmark Sophomore Linda DeWitt leads the $-
followed by Bishop Kenny with 69. best saved his (BUS) 11:30.: Lady Tornado cross country team Into Game- this Sunday in Macclenny have the Music Men facing the challengeof :
Buchholz was also top dog in the lead race the -clocking a 16:57: to .. Saturday's Region I, class AAA, Macclenny Motor Parts at 1 p.m.. followed by Norman's versus OAR at ."
Tornadoes with 27th Says I) Buchholz ,
a place r 27 2) Ocala
and the
championship meet In Tallahassee. 2:30. Streaks against the winless Super Stars of Macclenny at 4 ; .
boys run with 27 points, followed by finish. Curtis Jones was in the top 4 Vanguard (4, 3) Gainesville High 110 4) Bishop p.m '
Kenny 123))5) Middleburg 13$,6) DeWitt had been the first Bradford
Ocala Vanguard (84) and surpising for a mile but in Ocala P'oreaIISl)
tightened the cold
up 7) Palatka 117,S> Lee 207,9))
girl the
BRAOP'ORD23II.10) across finish line In .
Gainesville High (111). The Tornadoes every :
and fell off to 40th in 17:23.: SI Augustine 294.ky :::
totaled 238 to place 9th in the Warren Paul McKinney, and l Mi.t wt l_ ..4 SMS rnvMn. I) Curt race this season until last week, when Another Adult Basketball League "vl '
field of 18 schools. Calvin Thomas each their Backman (Buchholz) 15:12... 27) Richard Warren she was knocked down at the jostle of /

Junior Pam Boswell blasted deep times of the year at the ran district meet.best Paul BHS McKinney) 16:97, 40)(BHS Curtis) 17:27.71)Jones: ails Calvin) 1723.Thomas! 43) the starting teamate line at Pam District's.Boswell Fast took Improving Set for Tuesday Nov. 23 to Plan Program r;=; '.

into the 13-minute range with a 13:2: For the girls the season at IBm) la.47. 74) Jeff Powell BUS)
goes on 1.:51.: 13)
over and was the leading BUS In Only three teams were represented Tuesday night's organizational
clocking for 18th place to lead the least one more week, and two Wade Widener BUS) 19:30, M) Allen Contain girl '
they ''
Bits) 19.31.touchdown. 'that race. meeting for the Starke Rec. Department's men's basketball league and a last..
chance meeting has been set for Tuesday, Nov.23 at 7 p.m. at the Old Armory -
Lonnie Olive, Bruce Jackson, and Jim Lewis attended Tuesday's meeting ..
. Bucs Are On Top in 6-9 Year Old Flag Football LeagueWith on behalf of ballclubs and St. Edward's Church has indicated to the Rec. Dept.-'-:*

'-' '-' that they will also be fielding a team. Any other squads that would like to play!!: .
j t just in the league should have at least one representative at the Nov. 23 meetingNo :- .
one regular season day Milton also had
left in the Starke 6-9 year old flag football John Allen Dempsey TO went run 47 o(45 yarda and for 10 yards a Cowboy and scoring act for and the Richard Steelers.Rasnlck....got In on the M......,.Oct.2S women's teams showed Tuesday, but if anyone is interested in the former;'
league the Bucs sit atop the touchdown Randy Milton ran 46 and Rams 13 _Ins 27 It was all offense here as ing of a women's league they should also attend the Nov. 23 meeting. : -:>,
20 and
yards to
Raymond Trimble had all 3 Ram Korea on ruM Beau Ely for 40 Raymond Trimble clicked off 3 long touchdownrun Only decisions made Tuesday were to play games on Monday and :
a Friday
league with a 10-4 mark. of 2S, 31,and 4 yards. yard score for the Cowboy. and Kevin Boone and Jeremy Trimble added ;,..
Sitting in second place are tht Hues 14 Rams 12: On the last play of the gamy TD Jaunt to spark the Rama to the close. win. nights at the Bradford Middle School gym and to start the season the week Of::'
Rams at 8-6, followed by the Cowboy Wednesday Nov. Ashley Allay. ran 30 yards to send the Buca to a For the stealers Chanda woody Link Bishop January 10.League "
and 2$ Cowboys ft The Buca shut the Cowboys come-from behind win over the Rams Stephen I Murphy and Jeff Carver all scored fees will be discussed again on the 23rd.
6-8 Steelers 4-10. down for the
three .
quarters and Ashley Allay Kelly Lee had scored out for the touchdowns.Bvcs
I) and Kelly Lea each allied 1m'. for the first Bun 't.t.: .
wlnnera. score but the
the lead 14 "
on runs Cowboys
: early safety and TD
Monday Nev.6 Randy Milton hit Kevin Boone on 20 of 40 and 16
a yard yards .
scoring by
Raymond TrimbleWednesday. runs by Ashley
DIMS It Metiers 12: Ashley Alday tallied scorn paaa for the losers. Alday and Kelly Lee held up a*the
I Oman of 42,23,and 20 yards to lead the Bucs past Bun nipped the Cowboy
'of the Steelers.Evan Rams It Stealers I: Raymond Trimble scored .Oct.27 The safely helped two scoring run by the
'1 Douglas ran 30 and 4 yard for the Stealer on a 30 yard run and a 10 yard pass from Kevin Rams .16 Cowboys" Si Kevin Boone threw IS Cowboy Randy MMton. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : ,
Boone yards lo
t' TD's. as the Rams out-defensed the Sleelers. Raymond for a TD and aught a
Chanda Woods ran 9 yards on the last play of the scoring pass from Ashley Allay lo lift the Ram -.. W4W.
first ha If fur the Stealers over the Cowboy .
: touchdown.Monday.
Cewkejre 21 Rams Hi Randy Milton's 1.4i
'; run In overtime was the decider as the Cowboys .Nev. I Boca 6 _ten *: In a defensive shigfeat. the i, aw Nfawi.p CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
r' aquessad past the Ram Stealers M.Cowboys" Mi Evan Douglas ran for 4 TD Buca run came by Ashley out on Alday.top because of an early 31 yard 596.0s 4-16*. *,*;,,


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Bradford Residents Give Their Support To New Humane Society

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',' "., ByMarkFrledlln w just right for a person with less space.
p Anything is better than
BCT Staff Writer' i. just gettingrid
,. of that animal we think this program
Sugar to a little white poodle can help in these situations."
:'weighing not more than 15-20 pounds. si ,1I Renfroe said the society would try
to work with Bradford County officials
,Both of her back legs were broken y
,when she was thrown out of a movingcar a In the future to investigate the
on Hwy 30U She is still recover" possibility building a new animal
ing from the trauma of simultaneous: shelter here sometime in the future.
:multiple fractures and only recently irr+V' ,rr M Farm animals are not immune
has been able to get around. from abuse either, especially in
Elsbeth is' a friendly but shy agricultural areas like Bradford and
medium-sized brown dog of no particular : Union Counties. Renfroe says many
breed who was found wander people have reported cases of abuseof
ing beside the highway in a state of- horses and .cows to society
'near starvation. She has recovered members since the organization
from th lack of food but has mental began.
scars that will take longer to mend. iu "We hope that education will be the
She is deathly afraid of houses and key here/' Renfroe says. "Some people
most people and refuses to go inside ) t just may not realize in some cases
even in freezing weather.. ;; that they are abusing an animal by
Bullwinkle Is a medium sized white the way they are treating them. One
dog who was found cut and bleeding, of our most Important goals is to find
once again beside the highway with these cases and do something about
no owner in sight.-The vet stitched them to alleviate the animal's ,
him up Just in time and now he has i kI distress as quickly as possible." i
almost fully recovered.The vet thinks Over 50 local residents attended a '
his former owners tried to train him meeting of the society Tuesday night
for dog-fighting, a particularly cruel and officers were elected. Presidentis
activity that is illegal in Florida. Lynne Newsome; Vice-President Is
These are some of the lucky ones. Rita Guida; Secretary is Jo Villa and
Bradford County resident Barbara Treasurer is Linda Fisher.
Renfroe, like many other concerned I S RIM" "We have been so encouraged by
residents, has seen some of the worst the response we have gotten from
cases of animal cruelty that have oc- people here of all ages, senior citizensto
cured here and in Union and Clay youth groups all want to help,"
counties in the past two years. The Renfroe said. "We think this is
difference is that she is trying to do tremendous foundation of support fora
something about it. Humane Society here in Bradford.
She and a group of concerned County."
citizens who feel as she does that the
abuse should be stopped have banded ".'' ? n ,l' aA' State Prison
together to work for the formation of Retirees Annual
a non-profit Humane Society here in --- .;
Bradford The held GetTogetherRetirees
their first organizational County. group last friend in need... Bradford Humane Society Chairwoman Barbara Ren- found along roadsides in the three counties. Membership
meeting froe and other members of the recently formed in the has
January. Twenty original members society society jumped from 20 to over 84 ilnce of the Florida State Prison
provide a home shelter and most Important of all .
Many have donated In their
have grown to 84 as word of the program space held their 11th annual get-together on
ship for tome of the many abused and abandoned animals backyards for abandoned animals.
spreads. Saturday, Nov. 6 at Worthington Springs -
"We have been very gratified by program here in Bradford and Union the support of the citizens and by attracting -d, the future." outgrown their house and yard,for In. Community Center.
the response of people who believe Counties." new members." J R t I "Some of our local veterinarianshave stance maby we can find another Eighty friends and members at.
there Is a serious problem with Renfroe says one of the new socie- Some of the most immediate goals volunteered their time to help us person with a little more space who is tended including Jim Bridges of
animal control here and who want to ty's most pressing needs is for a of the new society inlcude protection!1; with a spay neuter program and it looking for a bigger dog. Maby that Thomasville, Ala. who traveled over
do someting about it," Renfroe said. center or a building of some sort to of locally abused animals through 1]t couldn't happen at a more pressing person has a small dog that would be 400 miles to attend.
"We're picking up animals who have house and treat abandoned animals. education and legislation of laws re-j[ time. We have far too many animals ..h.
been abandoned or abused right now, The problem is the cost. She qulring at least a minimum of stan- that are receiving marginal care
and as the word spreads, more and estimated it could take up to $60,000 dards for animal care, a spay neuter because of overpopulation. We owe a BUILDER OFFERS
more people call in report cases or to per year,' to maintain a humane program to relieve some of the lot to the vets who have given their
offer their support." center. animal overpopulation in the county support. They know the society is in
The original concept of the Humane "Our biggest asset right now is a free rabies clinic onece a year, a the best interests of the community." 10% INTEREST WITH
Society came from England in the simply the enthusiasim of so many of limited placement service for special The Bradford society will receiveall *
late 1700's. It was created to help provide the local people who have called and animals and an animal exchange ser*- of its operating funds through tax- No Down Payment *No Closing Cost
for the welfare of both children asked if they could help out,." she vice. deductible contributions. The staff
and animals. A wealthy philanthropist said. "We have people calling to give "Education is one of the biggest will be made up entirely of non-paid With Over 20 Models to Choose from
named Henry Bergh foundedthe donations of both money and their challenges we face here in Bradford volunteers.
first organization.in the United time.' We feel is it so important to county she said. "Many people> "The animal placement program Is Built on Your Lot
States in 1868..It,waft known. as the have the support of the community as simply do not know or care about?!. one of the ideas we've had that I think
New York Society for the Preventionof we'seem to be. getting right now..We..what It takes to be responsible pet*a-IT parUcularly'Important.," Renfroe Call Jim Powell
,. .-- Cruelty tCh Wr i-and Amrpals,_ hope to keep moving in-this torwjllnf"l'dJrection ** owner; Wneiryw owirtrpefyeu aw,,"''taid.r-Many times a-potential.pra '- V
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for animal protection or control" Monday, Nov. 13,'at the college office Physical Science. Introduction to the o fc
Renfroe says. "The county pound is a located! in Bradford High School. Humanities The Social Sciences,
joke. The animals freeze in the Students may register daily from 8 General Psychology and Introduc-
winter broil in the summer and are a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There will be a' tion to Logic. ry
exposed every time it rains. We knewif special evening session on Monday: In addition to the evening schedule,
we were to have a decent animal Nov. 15. from &-7 p.m. there will be one day time class, jQk E
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Pace 48 November II, 1982 *

Despite Trial and Error, Couple. Enjoys. Building Their Own lIo"e.

... "For the past 23 yean I've wanted
M the Rothwetls have two sons, (one lake somewhere in'
By Linda Wharton in the service and the other at schoolin a place"on a said. "We had to'
41 LRM Staff Writer Jacksonville), a guest room and Florida "
doors to get this lot. The.RothweU's
This is not the story about the house then the matter bedroom which knock on -
that Jack built, but it is the story r features an adjacent dressing room bought the property on the
about the house that Roger and with plenty of closet space, and four cove that borders the southside of
Geneva near Breezy Point lit
Melise Rothwell built with their own bathrooms."We .
Alton Belote.
1977 from
After and went overboard on some In looking back over the last year
11 years of planning said
another 14 months of doing an industrious 1', Ili things Melise., like'But the we lived in military and-a-half the couple the decided the
of doityourselfhome
couple is beginning to see 1I most difficult
and there were
V housing for so long
that light at the end of the tunnel when bathrooms"she added. project was the clearing of the
never enough
home in the land putting in the Insulation and
their 3,451 square foot Also completed is a nice laundry ,
Keystone Heights area will be com k anda shingling the roof.
with plenty of cabinet space
pleted. will "That Is hard work,especially for a.
two-car garage which someday said.
Roger started planning, drawing be used to park their cars in, the cou- woman Then on Roger the other hand the rewardsare
and estimating his dream house while ple points out. For the time being, the
still serving in the Air Force, planning garage is being used to store fur- The great.Rothwells have made many
to construct it himself somewhere niture. friends in the Keystone Heights area
in Florida when he retired in 1981. On the side of the garage is another who have been very supportive and
"It really became quite a study," Ipd room which will be used as Roger'lworkshop. helpful. In their quest they have saved '
Melise said of and the late .
Roger 58-60 percent of the cost of their
night hours spent caught up in r } Asked if they had gotten into any home by doing it themselves.What .
estimating figures and drawing up 1 hot arguments under the close workIng is the retired Air Force Col-
plans. conditions throughout the past two with all his time
onel going to spare
Melise was not as confident of mE years, they "both said surprisingly when he finishes his home? Why he's
their home her hus- /a; i enough "no. about buying'
building own as "I'm shocked," Melise said. "I already thinking property
band. of mountain in North
c on top
'He'd ask me where I wanted this { !' figured "I'd be living that in Is where she is Carolina and building a 1,000 square.
bathroom, and where I wanted the now adding foot summer cabin.
washing machine, and I would give from originally.settled Lake Genevafor "He said it would be easy. Just
him very little advice. Just put it The couple on throw something up in a couple of
after lookingfor
anywhere, I'd ," Melise said of the their dream house her
say 'r property from Jacksonville to months, Melise said shaking.
early planning
"F years. ,Orlando. head.

'il i I About the only thing Melise told her
;a husband about the house was that it
"!, had to have a "Spanish flare" to it. 4
,I "It just had to have that Spanish
:, look with all the Spanish moss and
large oak trees around," Melise said. r
I And, that, her husband did even to
: I the arched interior doorways I
throughout the house, also designedwide r
= enough for wheelchairs to get
;f', through he pointed out.
f Spuinish Oaks.. .. Melise and Roger Rothwell enjoy the Spa IRish style I
-' Roger gained much of his home shaded by large oaks. i

: knowledge by thoroughly studying
=. construction apprentice books purChased -
=:. in Gainesville on every aspect
3 :f the construction business, from Melise as trees crashed down around that when you install a new shower it They moved Into their "not quite
=:_ 'ilumbing to wiring. them. goes in before the walls go up. livable" house on May 15. 60 Years of Service To
.:: "\\e had to have some contractors Another time they found rattle "It's amazing what you find when "I had to wait two days on a toilet
S'. along the way; Roger said, naming snakes in their shower explaining you're outside all day; Melise said. cooked on a Coleman stove for two BradfordUnionClayResidents
Tom Richardson as pouring the foun- weeks, and no hot water," Melise
J datiin; Frank Johnson,drywall; Eric said. "And we had two sets of house
::t! Reafearn, air conditioning and guests during that time. I told themwe We offer the bereaved family all of the services involved in a
i heating installation, and Bryant Mar- I had no John and no air conditioning traditional funeral and burial having been established for
.: riott out of Palatka for the exterior but to come on anyway." many years in our facility we are able to provide our fine
stucco. The Rothwell kitchen is completednow services to you at less cost.DeWitt.
"We did all the rest" Roger said, except for a special grill Roger
:=:: "all the framing, electrical, plumbIng wants to install and tile around the
:=: insulation and roofing." {M ta. 1 cooking area.Attractive C. Jones
w- cabinets of cherry were
: "We even cut our rafters for the together and Installed by Roger.
.:: roof instead of using already con- Put'They just came in a box from Sears Funeral HomeStarke
:: structed trusses," Roger added, say- and I put them together" Roger saidas Keystone Hgts.
: ing that it was pretty discouraging to
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: watch the roof go up on the house next On one side of the kitchen is a completed
i! door in just a couple of days, while it den. There are three
:.: took them weeks. But that it was
called the
bedrooms one boy's room
:, cheaper) than buying the trusses. 1LI1 .':
:;:.- Roger said thay had help from E.D.
Norman who came over and showed
a them how to "weave" the shingles. : i',7i
"He and his wife helped us finish
= the roof" because we had a deadline to S E.W .,
meet. _
C "All our furniture was coming from "
:. California and our lease had run out ""
::: on the house we were renting in WEEK END
:: Keystone" Melise added. "t"iLL 1 [ ,
E: "We thought a year would be time
::: enough (to finish)." said Melise. llI :

::: laughed."Roger first said six months" she I "

: The ambitious couple has set
:: Thanksgiving as the deadline to have ieFEF
= everything completed. Just about all r 4y
:: that remains to be done is a hearth in .M ,
: front of the den fireplace; a Caldera 4
:: tile floor in the living dining room
i and entrance hall, (which Roger is installing
=3: this week) and on the front PEOP
:_ porch which overlooks the lake; and a :1

:=::' brick Installation floor In of the courtyard wrought iron entrance.grill Do It- Roger Rothwell lays tile floor which nearly completes NORELCO AUTOMATIC ? "r .r 't :

:: work and a gate at the courtyard entrance Yourself... his' new home on Lake Geneva.
E which will further carry out DIAL-A-BREW II :
the Spanish theme is also planned. I. ,r + bu m'r
i .
.. "I'll not have .I top, a I '/iih '
drapes hung by then Pentecostal
though," Melise said. "I still haven't Apostolic Assembly N
3S put up any pictures, because I don't ." -. rS
: know where I want things until I get WelcomeSabbath : ', '
my drapes up. ,,,:, I-n.
S Melise has kept a diary of house I 12-CUP -.:.
building experiences.One : am Saturday SIZE .qs $ ; )

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Starke Woman Cited
Sentencing For Five James Paul r
Grand Jury Scheduled Oldsmobile TotaledIn Ramsey withdrew his
plea of not-guilty to driving while In- For Improper Backing
For Toth Death Front of Holiday Inn Changed Their Plea toxicated and was fined $276.50.
Rebecca W. Jones :37, of Starke
; The Grand Jury will be convened Timothy Wayne Harper, IS, of Ramsey must complete 50 hours of was cited for improper backing In an
November 18 to hear testimony con- Starke, driving a 1975 Oldsmobile Five defendents changed their community work under the supervi- accident October 28.
cerning the death of Mr. Attila G. struck an unoccupied 1981 Ford truck pleas in Bradford County Court sion of the Salvation Arm v and attend Jones driving a 1980 Oldsmobile,
Toth. car carrier which was parked in frontof Criminal-General Court October 18. driving while intoxicate* school. He backed Into a passing pickup truck as
Mr.Toth of Starke was killed when the Holiday Inn on US-301 Nov. 3. Charles McAllisterwith will also be under the supervision of she was backing out a driveway on
his vehicle was struck as he pulled In- The Oldsmobile was being towed his plea of not-guilty to driv- his Salvation Army for 180 days and CR-233.
to the path of an oncoming vehicle on and apparently the steering went out ing while intoxicated and was found driver's license was suspended. "
US-301 north last Tuesday. of control causing Harper to veer into guilty and sentenced before Judge The 1977 Ford pickup, driven by The "tailor bird" of Asia
According to Assistant State Attorney the parked carrier. George Pierce. James Henry Dean withdrew his Randy D. Conner of Starke, received uses its bill as a needle and
Thomas Elwell his office is The Oldsmobile was totaled, accor- McAllister was sentenced to Salva- plea of not guilty of driving while in- $500 damage. Damage to the sews grass thread or bits
taking sworn testimony from ding to Lt. Lane Sibley. There was no tion Army supervision, must com- toxicated and was fined. Dean must Oldsmobile was $1,500, according to of fiber into a sack to
witnesses to the accident.The reports listed damage to the car carrier. plete 50 hours community work, at- complete 50 hours community work Trooper D. C. Roberts. make a nest for its young.
from the Florida Highway Patrol are tend driving while intoxicated school under the supervision of
not completed at this time, said and pay a fine of$276.50. Dean's the Salvation Army for 180 days. ...
Elwell,but he does expect they will be Carroll SentencedFor McAllister's driver's license will be and he driver's license was suspended Ir I
completed by the time the Grand Jury suspended for 180 days. A work per- intoxicated must attend driving while
meets. July DWI Charge mit will be issued after he attends school.
Nelson Jackson who was injured in Anthony Conrad CarroU of Hampton school. William Reeder withdrew 1 i : -' iJi
his pleaof _
= the accident has been released from withdrew his plea of not-guilty of
: Bradford County Hospital and is driving while Intoxicated and was Bruce D. Roundtree pled guilty to without not-guilty violence.to resisting arrest .t
; recuperating at home, according to sentenced October 18 in Bradford wilful-wanton reckless driving and $106.75.NOTICE. He was fined We have
= Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen. County Court. was fined$106.75. your
.. Carroll sentenced to 10 weekends in i 'r 1 CamouflageFatigues
M: jail, is to attend driving while Intox-
: icated school and his driver's licenseis
= suspended for one year. In addi- r------------------ E
; Odom's Stolen Car tional Carroll is to give 50 hours of I II tl Hats, Caps
work and fine of
community pay a
E. Recovered In Starke $391.50. I I I Jackets

Vernie Odom's 1979 Chrysler New The state attorney's office in- I .
E Yorker stolen from in front of the dicated they did not wish to prosecute and T-shirts
Starke Post Office Oct. 27 has been Carroll for the charges of fleeing or
recovered, according to Starke Investigator attempting to elude a police officer : 4 ,
E Steve Backus. and wilful-wanton reckless driving, The Solid Oak Kitchen Accessories advertisedon :Hr ,
The Chrysler was recovered whent the additional charges against him. 9 of our TG&Y Home Value Guide t' Free Mounting &
the of Brownlee Road Carroll was arrested by the Starke page *"
Talley family 36
available.We incon- For All Your Hunting Bore
returned home after a three week trip Police Department July 4. Circular not regret any Sighting
and discovered a brown car parked in According to the Bradford County venience this may cause. Needs See The with purchase
their driveway.The"brown car"proved Jail Carroll is serving his weekend !
: to be the stolen Odom car. sentence. However the court issuedan I I II Outfitters Today of scope
Florida Department of Law Enforcement order for his arrest Monday when I
t he failed to with his defensive I II
processed the car the appear
J i following morning and the police driving school certificate and a fine of Open Night Before Hunting Season Begins

department Is waiting for their $118 for an earlier conviction. I & I II Until Traffic Stops
: report. At this time there are no Carroll has until December to pay
suspects.The the$391.50 fine and an earlier$88 fine
i investigation is pending, according for having faulty equipment when he fan centersI THE
to Backus. caused an accident July 21 in Starke. I I


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Craig Granted Parole 904/064-7855

Returns to MichiganThomas

Lake Butler Man Craig, a Union Correc- . .... ... .. .
tional Institution inmate who recentlywas
..- Cited In Accident found not-guilty of the December

ai. ** JimPurvis, Cason-44, of Lake 1979 murder of another UCI inmate,
'was'released from that institution on F
Butler, was cited for failure to yield
t;: n N; p&&lI.rtght DTwkynran accident Nov. Ion parole November 9. y,. .
Io. + "',SR-121 and CR-231 Lake Butler. Craig;, 35ar native of St. .Joe,
Deborah Ann Deaver, of Lake Michigan, was picked up Tuesday by
his to be returned!
Butler, driving a 1967 Rambler, was parents to
."'. Michigan, according to Public AN
traveling east on SR-121. Cason, driving -
Defender Rick
:=.-: a 1978 Ford pickup,was traveling Replogle.
The drew national attention
south on CR-231, entered SR-121 and case
::::: I struck the Rambler in the left side. because another UCI inmate Johnny
::.. Fort, had confessed to the murder on
Damage to the pickup was $450.
:::: Damage to the Rambler was $1,200, a CBS "60 Minutes" broadcast, say-
he had killed Graham
according to Trooper Kenneth
... Ethridge. while he slept under orders from a
r'. Possible Injuries. prison employee.The .
state attorney's office sought to '
-..., discredit Fort's testimony and per
\'I'>; .. suaded a Union County Grand Jury to
\.,. indict Craig. Circuit Judge Chester B.
,: 1a!'tChanwprdered\ the trial moved to '
Truck Jackknifes
_t 'Alachua County because the jury
In Lake Butler selection process would have been
;o(; burdensome on the smaller county,
''Raymond William Browning, of 'wherea large percentage of the
10. .""'.1 Jacksonville, driving a 1980 White -i population is employed by the prison ENDS NO\ 15.
truck and trailer,was traveling north5 i,system;* .
...: Ort l SR-121 in Lake Butler, Nov. 3,'Aft' I4mknown After hearing three days of
vehicle was slowing in front testimony, 12 jurors deliberated for
>.of Browning. When Browning applied less than an hour and found Craig not
%_ h1e'.brakes the tractor-trailer truck guilty.
.. ,skidded off the wet slick pavement onto ');'State'Attorney Eugene Whitworthsaid GET A ROUND-TRIP
,.. the east side shoulder and jackknif- after the trial that the state had
,'edh Hk ended its investigation of the murder ,;
:Damage the tractor-tractor was. and that the verdict did not give
$790, according to Trooper Kenneth credence to Fort's story.ils I
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I Tennessee's Sidewalk Dance Theatre IS Sunshine ..Acres. ,,, .

\ Climaxes Final Performance Here ResidentsEnjoy ,


The Sidewalk Dance Theatre, a professional modern tory: ,
;!: dance company from Tennessee, will be featured as the The Sidewalk dancers are known for their vitality, wit, _
final event of the successful 5th annual season of the Santa .and humor A highlight of their performance here will bea :
:: Fe Community College Fall Festival. The performance, upbeat version of "Little Red Riding Hood" created HalloweenThe
r free and open to the public, will be held at Bp.m. Thursday especially for this group. Each character tells his own _
S Nov. 18, in the Starke Woman's Club auditorium. version of the story to music ranging from Brahms to Bud-
dy Rich. __ Annual Sunshine Acres Halloween
C The group's name derives from its early start in 1976, Under the artistic direction of Annie Genung,this small ___ Party was held last week at the ;;-:1..
I C performing original dances on the streets and sidewalks company with large audience appeal includes Michael Sunshine Acres Workshop for over 60)
5 of Knoxville. Since that time it has become a full-fledged Bensey, Kimberly Morton, Charles Ragland, and Anna mentally retarded workers and staff
e modern dance company with a large and diverse reper Shugart. In the program. .
S Festivities for the night included all
: the pizza you could eat two Pinata
.V which sprayed candies and goodies to
.. everyone, a variety of dance and.
h -'rwt4Yr costume contests and the night was.
Y.. climaxed with a scary trip to the
.. Jaycee's Haunted House In Keystone ':
Heights. .t
.. t Costume" award winners were Clint
::I Bateman and Mary Witt for the MOst z

:I Original Costumes, Donnie. Griffith *;
Ii i 1 and Missy Corbett won the award for j t
Ii Best Costumes, the Dance Contest .
i was won by Glenn Plympton and rS
Sharon Leonard who tore the : :
up ;$
II The Great Eyeglass Trade-In! dance display of floor dancing.with an outstanding ==:

I After eating up all the pizza and en- :;:::
ding the festivities at the workshop =:
Trade in any old frame and receive a $20.00 discounton the entire group loaded up for a trip to .;

any complete pair of glasses (lenses and frame). the Haunted House in Keystone
i Heights, where everyone got the -
iI daylights scared out of them which,
Bring us your new prescriptionor naturally, made for a great Hallo
I have your present lenses duplicated. ween Celebration. .1
"We all had a great timet it was one
a of the best parties we've had here:!
i l said Sunshine Director Bob Larimer.
Located at
s h. "Special thanks should go to the
\ US 301 & Edwards Road Starke Pizza Hut for enabling us to
Across from Community Bank use the Special Olympic-BARC Pizza
e1 1 ",PJ 4 6 The Eyeglass Store 964-8588 Hut coupons which saved us lots of
+ money and to the Keystone Heights
1 Open: Mon-Fri. 9-5:30 Jaycees and Jayceetes who made it
Sat. 9.1:00 possible for us to attend the haunted
1 house. We're already locking forward .
to another party next year.'
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Rodney L. Sumner Owner Licensed -
Children from Hampton and Starke Schools enjoying M the BUS auditorium preceded their show at the Brad Optician e
Mountain Tales by Roadside Theatre, whose performance ford Woman's Club. =

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I j Don Bakerleft) and Frankie Taylor(right), actors and Thursday morning in the BUS auditorium as part of Motor Oil Paper Towels Bar Soap
storytellers from Roadside Theatre telling Mountain S.F.C.C.'s Fall Festival of the Performing Arts. Reg. Price 1.031! Regular Reg. Price 1.391 Heavy 100 one ply sheets per Sale Price 3/1.001 Fiesta
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Local Girls Wanted I

For ContestArea Tkste the Compare Up
Beauty great big To 12.99! L o 'a

girls from ages 3-26 are in-
vited to enter the Lake City our great Big Mac!
preliminary competition of the Miss
Florida Sunshine Beauty Pageant.Set .
to begin at 1:30: p.m. Saturday '41 799
Nov. 20, in the Lake City Woman s -
Club, the Miss Florida Sunshine uI-
Pageant is sponsored and coordinatedby
Mrs. Debra Norman of Starke. To j- Ladies' Fashion 't1" 14
enter the Lake City
preliminarypageant : '
i ,
contestants may contact : Sweaters And '
Mrs. Norman at Rt. 2, Box 2705, /
Starke, FL 32091 or phone 9648849. Pleated Skirts .t

Contestants will compete: in beauty, Sweaters with ties, embroidery -
I modeling, and talent divisions. Beau- and appliques. In prints or solids. \ '
ty Division age groupings are: Pee S.M.L and extra sizes.
Wee 3-5. Little Miss 6-9, Junior Miss -Skirts with crystal and accordlan I
10-12, and Teen 1317. Model Division pleats. Sizes 8 to 18.
and Talent Division age groups are Fashion

Little Miss 3-9,Junior Miss 10-16.Miss 4 Dress Pants............._._.9.9 9
1726. Contestants may be either /
single or married. /

Nursing Open to Community Program Review 9 Il, 15Men's

,, GR.Itfbte. kwn.N uh rirv h...... AnJ liur.Kir fir((nun...-.. There will be an open program at 1 4'c Bradford Hospital on the new Baocalauretate TNUkinICVM I (pinJurmxtc' : .( All ik.aMrdthing l ,*.1Juptothe '1 IH Children's t.
Nursing Program at the rumen.Trwii. 11I1I."n..!,.....Iy r....."i"...Kiv.it BUJ btu Fashion \ Casuals And
University of North Florida in ctuiy'*McPk vUV, fvci.il
.Jacksonville. Dr. Barbara Pelts ..It":",dw uni.lIK:"l.nJ.'"m. \u. ><, .... ""' Sweaters Strap Shoes
Director of the Division of Nursing at "Iwrr.+pkn.mi!mwt pkn: II,>Jt. 6Pr 100% acrylic crew Suede-look or
UN?, will be present Nov.. 18, at 7 Nextcln\!!the In..hktnlre.la&km. ., 9 tt.,b neck sweaters In' I vinyl casuals.
ch.-.JIIlr-kJ..nnJcho: tn 1.
in the I'4\
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Hospital.All Wit HONOR ALL COMPETITIVe COUPONS S.M.LXL. a .. I Casuals..J6'

RN-s and "would-be"
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Bradford County Annual Pecan Auction Is One Of A Kind In State

:. ,kr It's the only show of its kind in the about 14,000 pounds of pecans were About 30 persons signed up to buy
;t state, the pecan auction at the Starke sold in the first auction, down from pecans and about 40 growers brought
: State Farmer's Market. some 19,000 pounds at the first auction pecans to sell.
; Interest was more brisk than normal last year. A wet spring and summer made
at the first wholesale pecan auction Allen had to explain to many wouldbe many of the nuts fell early this year,
of the season last Thursday Nov. buyers to whom the prices sounded and left the quality of the remaining
4, and it was a mixed bag of nuts. good they would have to register to pecans poor.Curtis .
There was wide variation In quality and tha the nuts came in large pecans are somewhat more
and price. Prices ranged all the quantities. Those types were referredto resistant to the moist conditions, and
way from a high of 91 cents per pound J.R. Wainwright's operation where have not yet begun to fall In volume.
for a single bag to nothing for some they would have to pay more When the Curtis nuts fall it is hoped
V last year nuts. pound but could buy the quantity they the quality will improve.
Buyers came from from out of wanted, and get the nuts cracked if Auctions will be held. every two
town, all over Florida and south they desired. weeks this year as long as the pecans
N Georgia. People were buying to resell Good seedlings sold for 50 to 60 last, according to Market Manager
the pecans at roadside stands and cents per pound. A few bags of top Allen. Sales are scheduled for Nov. 18,
other stores. quality nuts brought as high as 87 Dec. 2, and Dec. 18.
Market Manager Bob Allen said cents a pound.
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his pencil as bidders gather around the center of the floor. i7
The Annual Auction attracts pecan farmers from all over .
North Florida.

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t tf'A1 Catherine Raye Padgettwon my is the daughter of mr.. and Mrs. & Carpet
? JI the title of Little Miss Alachua A.C. Morrow of Starke.
County in the 2.4 year-old division, on Selena Norman, 11, placed first run- 131 N. Cherry St.
'?r Sunday October 31 at the GainesvilleElks nerup in her 10-12 :year old division. Starke Florida
m.j r Luj "p' "'::1 Lodge She was sponsored by the Selena is the daughter of Mr. and ,
local Jaycees. Mrs. L.M. Norman of Starke. 964-7423
tJ't pen4 Raye was presented along with
R yl (glbjlineason... I Miss Alachua County Aris Chan, at
"We had a tremendous amount of support from the local the Alachua County Fair on
-PrtWLw 4 o1l E'ete'on(ln the center) won this people who are concerned about fire protection here"Mc- November along with other Queens
,ItPump 12-gauge shotgun during the Carthy said."This Is just one of the fund-raising activitieswe and Kings of the pageant.
llIl BI I ggjolunteerlire, ..Department's' : Outfitters Gun Shop Owner AI Espinosa The department had 17 men working on the project for Greg and Julie Padgett of Lawtey. 7
jvho donated the gun, and 04 th :rightdg, Department the past five weeks. Tickets sold for just $1 and the Tammy Morris, 14.placed first run- .w
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ESTATE ,... ,. -
.... ..... LOOKING FOR a special CLOSE OUT ON All YARD SALT Friday and YARD SALE Saturday 99.across DING MACHINES ror. UNFURNISHED homl-W CYI I .A'oJ. Lo
CrteDH tr.a.l Saturday. Nov. 5 and 6. Encyclopedia from lake Butler WIDE Mobil.
....bMIMX w....... *.."."*....... -. -. don piece have of prop.rty It. I'll find-ItJustask If I yard.FABRICSi Phon.In stock.496-2219$3 or a *, cloth.., misc. Mlddl. School on SR 121. 85 RENTs SW Union 2nd County Av...Tim.lok.*. 3 BR,. W/W ..carpet.stove Butla'tdmpl.f.r.nl : .lfN .
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.. hut M tfy lm iil ItlilJurejuM ... Items. 1 and 1/2 mile YARD SALES Saturday and *Znd Insurpac.S.r4c.t'
t..Mr ... .. -JANE S. USHER 4963143. onProvld.nc. Bull.r. Phon. 496.2261 lor reirigefg/e*'t ; : f
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.Maps fc.1,A4.M REALTOR 496-2126 or TFN 10/21 Road house on Sunday, 1/2 mile down n.arWorThlngto'.SP! ln ,;i'tt'" ,
Information. '
more TFN
4962903. .v.... "Your BABYSITTING In my home right. Albert Sounders. Providence Rood. Thr. 10/1. SI 83. per montf'. 1 f .oT. JVMOIIIS Calf..9 ;,, .
: Union County Realtor tfn from 7am. until Itpd 11/4. lomllia. many Item to RENT 496 3333. TFNMnitr llY: """ (=rI
> 9pm. TO OWNs A N.w",
North Florida choose clothe, for
3/26. lunch furnished $30 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Friday from appliances Baldwin HOME SPACE on Iacre. n.a. 1'if
p.r "" Piano of ,
and Nov. 5 and toy and oth.r your "nd' +, _.
I Farmers Livestock Market, Inc. FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE w..k. Winnie luk. Saturday cholc. Parramor nice. hade/ 1
NEEDStCall Vanera Brown 6. South of Lak. Butler on misc. goods. SW 12th Avecorner Music and2m1' ,.. S 'on )lf.Phone Just your size
... 4963402. 2tchg 10/29
((1 H. Wrt U S 441 W Uke Cloy) of SW 2nd St. 9047326776. Ocala. 7/8 '
j. 'Hoe.n 231 near RMC. 2nd dirt Itchg 96-29S ) =hg' ,
4963022. Sandy YARD SALE Friday and Sun. tfn < r oawI.)7.N,7s.ti.cl.y.P1.mIi. ( ) 496.3994.v.s or Gorrll.n. day Nov. :3 and 6, road past Johnson Gro.. FOUND-LAKESIDB. PARK STORACI 1111. !to, I "..., .
.! -m.l tl.w.A M.YM w_... b...f.1..k .. SWIMMING ARIA 9, SPACI OR RENT \
2nd left. N.w Aug.
-....rl. 4. n.,nKwMK, ..- w non 4963140. Tiffin and ceramic and junk also trailer on Approximately 800 cJ .. ,;
t. W. W.M.... MM t..MMr Wyto*eW MW. Ow.n.. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 color TV 23 Inch Quasar and used Items, crocket prescription sun glo..... ..t. for additional Infor- 'r' y SRS'
.... \(1 4)rn.M77) ,**-|*" (MfHmMdi Box 788, Lake Butler. FL. 380 SE 3rd Av., Lake all kind., toys, chlldr.n Contact Union County motion toll 496-2261. TFN. .. t. ...
-1.-( ) lfn chg. 8/6. Butler 9 CIm. until ItpdYARD cloth., radio, _tc. Itpd Tim... 4962261. TFN 8/19. ,- .

FOR SALE S.Cr.fary/Bookk..p.r

|(Keystone Heights Ads.MISCELLANEOUS. r 'W .... w 'r -- -, .- .-- '- .... -- BEAUTIFUL BATH CB/IRICK 3 BIDROOM.HOME 3 REQUIREMENTS

..... Pool, lond.cap.d High School diploma equivalent 2 yeert experience
I yard In ell ... ef
ph bookkeeping' payroll end oHIce
outbuilding with 2-3
j>_ FOR SALE FOR RENT cedure. Type 45 correct words
SALE PERSONAL' LOSTFOUNDLOST ocr... 20.000 down. per minute. Must meet
I Balance own.r financed at public well must b. able to work with developmentally -
tAKI LOT on sand bottomed OFFICE SPACE facing BINGO. .AMERICAN SERVICES 10 p.rc.nt for 13 disabled must take munltes for executive baerd
flake In Hllkrost. $800 YOU NAME IT W. got III! CHINESE PUG male' yeart.
Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto held
LEGION month
HALL.Sr-21 Saturday Additional once a at night. Shorthand not
1'dewn. Sol. and 9 fawn with black face. last acreage
Friday Saturday
I $140.44 per Andrew Drug Also *. 7 p.m. and Sunday avaitoble.( Flexible, termi. required but helpful. Hour 1:30.4:30 p.m., Monday
a.m. > til 4 SR-21 CARPENTER WORK seen I I Hlllcresf Oak !Rd
473-4030 Of several large office for p.m.
2-9 p.m. Public Invited. All on SR 18 Worthington through Friday.' Salary ".500.
near $9,700.
range. .
Answer .
473-4367 after 6.m.1011tfnchg rent In rear of building south look for signs. Itpd Remodeling work, kitchen to .Wrlnkl. .
Spring. Phon. resume and two letters of
11/11 Reward offered. Call
cabinet. and trImcorp.nt. Mary
j StAUTIFUl LAO GENEVA 473-3411 facing: Flamingo.10/1 tfnchg Call ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed HUGE SALE Sat. Nov. 13. ..... Reasonable Harp. 473-3903 |I/I1 OWNER 4%-3625.TRANSFERRED TFN 7/23. left 'Industrial Complex of Ralford ..
laN from $5.900. .nd of Payne Rood, off price Call 473-2477 after1 Itpd PO.1ox361 ,
i occes OATORBONI LAKE 3 BR. 1
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meeting Monday 8pm. 20 acre and 14X70 mobil.
IRISH SITTER Ralfard. Florida 3203
Brooklyn Bay Road Furniture 5:30 with face.
$71.74 : tO/ttfnchg gray
Bath p.m.
per study CH/A carport -
month. Discount on entire $379/ma. Open. AI meeting_. Friday 8p.m. household Items, a CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 8 yr*. old. Wearing a collar ., home, 3 bedroom 2 bath No; later than Nov.mber.II.. 1982. Equal'l Opportunity i
Ip.m. 4 Inche
| Monday w.lI.rool
I horse, addle., VW no tags. Answers d..p Employer
:tO acr. On waterfront MOBILEHOMC:MR 2 Bath All auto. WORK Building patio to n..d
meeting at .nic.- tome: cash toaiiume i
lot.; Coll 473-4379. 10/1 unfurnished off Hwy IB,. Educational. Building Com-' 11/11 Itchg addition, remodeling, "Jeremiah Call after 3 this low Interest
.tfnchflOMMfROAl CH/A. $200/mo:. OFFICE munlty Church 473-3790 t., Fri. and Sat.. Nov. 1213. home and til* work. Fro* p.m.. 73-37'.111111tehg1 .
or Call Charle
PROPERTY on I SPACE: AI Keystone 479-2130. 10/1 tfnchg 9 mil.* north on SR.214, ..lImot... Phone 473-4473 B8VlWBVBTISteve mortgage.Clackwelder. broker '
:tomr of Lawrence Blvd. Center. 379 .q.".. OVIRIATCRS ANONYMOUSNo out near Smith Lok.: during day. 10/1 tfnchg BBBBB8 B 4963839. TFN 11/11.
and Flomingo near SR-100 3160/mo.l KeystoneHeight dues fee or _lgIIl".. Miscellaneous It.me. look COUPLE Interested In doing Broadway FIREWOOD. FOR SALE $90 '
f snd SR-21 Intersection Realty Inc.. for sign. 11/11 Itpd odd lobs| and house cleanIng -
open meeting Tuesay, cord. $SO half cord flPhone -
-eparata) office com- REALTOR 473-4961 10/1 7:30 SAnna's TWO FAMILY Fri: and Sat.. dutl... Call 473-7362. TREE SERVICE per per
)'II...*; corner (at with entrance tfnchg Episcopal p.m.church. Keystone Nov. 1213. darling at 8a Will REPAIR ;small eppllonces -,'' I : Removal ''ttpel 11/11.496-2817 after 6. I NEW LISTINGS
on 3-dd.s, aftHilldlng. COM'UTlLY"UINISHID Height" .m. Woodburnlng ttove. In home. Contact I RAIFORDi
Owner financed. house on Spring Lake. 2BR 10/I lfndeq 473-2790, tools tire, household lee Wamble. RU:.,1. ,ROM: 'Trimming Classified Ads I Lerge 2-slory hau... .4 SR. 2 IA. Front three roads,
V* low Interest rota. Call A/C. $229/ma.$200 liNGO Lion Club acres Item, cosmetics, jewelry 330. Melrasa. Fl. 32666. pecan ,,_.. Ideel for lerge f.mlly end entertaining.'
473-4920 ar ...73.3.11I d.posiColl 264-9394: after. from high school. Tuesay. clothe. 241 S. W. Garden TREEWORK: Pruning,' dead"! Free Estimate Get Results. I I MUST $11. Assumeble mortgage to qualified buyer. -
: 0/1 tfnch9 6. tfnchg 10/1 Early Bird 7 p.m. Regular. St. 11/11 Itchg wood cut. stumps removed .1 Bedream Trailer w/eddltlon.Completely furnished
JkQUOATfON of all floor' KBYSTONR CLUB RSTATIS3BR. 7:30 p.m. Public Invited.( S-FAMILY Sat.. '.3. Locol reference.. 473-4732 on ." ... I/I .cr. SR-229. Only SII.SOO.M.
',Mvorcftondls I AT COST and .. 2Ioth Kama kitchen. tOIl Nnchq.OHInTMAS Household treasure*, furniture 473-3891 evening Experience I STARKIt i
_now COST. 473-26 equipped Ofl A. laundry BAZAAR Rummoga sowing cabinet PAINTING and wallpoperservices. I *te>. (e .mere .beautiful .Bedroom CB House, w/w carpet air unit partially ,
I WHEELERS APPLIANCES room Reference' required. Sole, Fri.. Nov. 12. Ava.teen boy clothe. Fairway Interior' and ..-.' After 5 P.M. .... .. ., with Mary Key furnlshedi an ana aero. Compl.t.ly fenced(chain. link).
nIfIC. Blvd. 10/28-11/4 $300 per mo. phi 9-9. Sat.. Nov. 13. 92. ll/111khg terior. Pointing., pressure (eystoira Heights CemHc. 'or' cemUmentery > 4.Out building, country living. Assumabla VA mortgage.
ecurlty., 46B-IS73 ar Postmasters Village end washing, and I lrepaln., ...... cell col- '
NOOMINIUM Single .....2010. 11/11/11 2tchg of Hutchinson Rd. 11/11. Reference*' availablan47336SI Rod Dto *Teytef LULU
tory. .... :2eth.; HWV 21 UK, now MR. 2 Bath lkhg evening*
: Between Melrose andiKeyttana hou_. $300Mo.. Call MORTGAGES first and FOR SALKFIREWOOD (901)289.2217lnd.p.nd.nt) "J Bedream Brick House:lerge kitchen with bar den
))1 :: 53000. Call I .73-3752.3tcht 11/'-'' mad and bought. I WANTED Huntley, with fireplace en. .". acre. Price reduced.

'r.t. ;; I1/4)1/I12tchq MOBILIHOMI furnished.IBR. Free ,Inspection. Itktn and Redfearn'sSXRVtCXS LAKE BUTLERS ;
HOUH 38*..'' Lake NURSERY WORKER far 34"', .3 Bedream,1'% bath block house .
'ii BtOOC on Geneva. ., 3100 University Black Jock Oek 1 Doctor$.rvlcBy an acre.Three ,
.; carpet. 2-car 'car- AC/CH. No pH. $l0/ma. Blvd.. Jacksonville, Fl.. 479-4732 after I 'oM.rr vice.yr. old during 11 a.m.Ulllt.sari" sMethodist 1 Hi.l|eby the "hoar. ... .mile from lake Sutler.' Country living. i-9.:... =
/ Semlnola ,4., .. utllltla. and Attractive Bedroom .
plus $100 32216. phona 1-7294004. Brick hem* Central Heet/AIr, '
Church. Call |eb tea It'.r' tee ._11.
,. :15': Call 4794933.CUXJOV ".po.". Call 473-4149. licenced Mortgage Broker. 473-3829.lt/4HncfM High Quality W.... .. carpet. Steve refrlg.. dlshwesher. litre lot ._II.bl.. t (f
/ 2 g 11/11 ItchgPUKNISMRO Call ..,.. .- 475.4340 I 'Small Acreage. NO DOWN PAYMENT.
Audrey ar St. ----tp- "'-1 ........... f rice*.. Owner rinanced. q I
Oona '
1 PICNIII1 I 2M. house on Or CALL TODAY. '
on. 1111101212.tehtt I Pearce 497.1_ I y i
nd want .a Big lake Brooklyn. W/W IJ 173.415241t11Q1 BROOKERi
h ;. .TV ,a...a Call Carpet Air. No pot.. I i .
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SERVICES SERVICES 197* SUZUKI 1001 2300 and sleepIng '
AXLES 1 TIRESi 2 axle + 4IIr.
TVSi Color WHOLESALE AUCtiON mile. S499. Call 473-2214. roam. TV and Air.
.. W. pkk- $100
I at 100.00, 7 Underwood 3 milesnorth up ;
storting every Thursday. p.m. 5/20 tOn Motel
BILL'S SAW SHOPi Compl.t..harpenlng You deliver '23. Ollns
jCUSTOM FARM StRVKUi Trade-In'welcome. Phorx' Truckloads of merchandise 1981 TS IBS SUZUKI Like of Stark. on
service, circular I Mobil. Homo Solos. Hwy.
land 9648212. 6/11 tfn available w..k. _. Used for Highway 301. 9/16 tfn
hand carbide, Bulldozing, clearing. every n two month 100 W Stark.. ....5606. REALTYPHQXE
plowing disking grass PAC MAN, SMURFP, ACTION Hundred of different 500 mile Call ....1721 or FURNISHED two bedroom TFchg

chain mow.rbloslohollow and balanced planting spreader truck :3-subect| composition Iturns. new merchandise. 966.8292.11/11 2tpd 11/18 hou... N.wly painted. WANTED TO BUYS Old 1 ....
ground service, fertilize, lime) boohs SI.19. The Office Everyone welcome. 2315 BRAND NSW 1982 Harley W/W carpet. Reasonable. glassware In pink Y
leave ot Jackson Building seed, dolomite. Call Shop. 110 W. Call St.. S.E. Hawthorn. Rd.. f Davidson Roadster Sport No children-No pet. Ph. blu. and yellow. Contact green A 84776'I.m
Supply In Stake, Keytsone Stork. Gainesville. 11/04 '6tpd 966.566/.10/28 Ifn _
Hom.r Hart. 496-2093. ,.ster motorcycl. Won In a Laura at Pocket Change
Hlght or Lak. Butl.r., 1982 Oil 12/9 SKINT A NEW BALDWIN j
SUZUKh 1,100 notional contest. Would
11/11 tfn Starka
In call N.
Waldo 205
......' TFNchg LOCKSMITHBURGLARALARMSi Model. With' sissy bar. low NOV. 13 ft. I4i Clothe, Ilk. to sell. Black and gold PIANO for your child only 468-9443 Bldg. Thur, Fri.or, Sat. 4 Tu Wyy1 Temple,

': :' ALCOHOLICS 24 Mrs. $.rvic.. ", lIog.. Asking S33OO. dlshe, misc. House No. XLS. fully equipped and $22.50/mo.. plus mall Sunday. 9/30 tin
ANONYMOUSl Phone 964-9608 offor 6:30. 11/11 228 on Cypress Dr. State never been driven. Call moving chorge.AII r.nt '" '
'2 964-9148 or 964-7619. 964-9849. 1520 South 2tchg 11/18 Prison Compound Followsigns. after 4 p.m.. ......15. and moving applies to pure COINS 1964 and old.r. Special
." ', TFchg Walnut St., at the Outfitter BS GALLON *QUARIUMtComplete Itchg 11/11 Itchg 11/11 cho... Parramore Music filled.J. HOUSE BEAUTIFUL Country Club EstaUs on
Sterling gold or gold
j')SEWING MACHINES *. 5/13 tfn utflt with MARES USID PUB Oaks Mall. Gainesville. R. Buillngton 964-6230. a eluded aero. Brick 3 BR. 2 BA Fully
tond. $1" 7823256. I NITURftllO E. Call i 378.3626.11/I l tinS
: REPAIRED All make
," >cleaned, oiled and ad-' .WORK Call( after 6 p.m. Itchg 11/11 Couch and chair *St./; / HOMES ROOM HICK COTTAGE 11/11 IfnIXPIIIIENCED HAIR STYLIST quipped kitchen with snack. bar and larg

:: (lusted. SIS. Work 964-9879. Coop.. HOGS FOR SA (t Port couch. S35; TV. $50 and FOR SALE Newly renovated. Im Want full or part time family room w/flreplae. IR, separate DR.

guaranteed. Jams Nursery. 1/04 4tchg 11/25 Yorkshire port lard racer. up; watches, S9.93; choir, maculate. Conv.nl.ntly' work. Call 964-7417. 11/11 garag., Paved Driveway. Many e.tra.
SI0 and Itchg 11/11 located for
Weigh approximately 300 up. .Id.rly coupl.
,Strickland, corner MorganRd. Ibs. $100. Cat/ 9 ..:/45Oa't.r GARAGE SALIiSat.. Nov. LARCH 4 BEDROOMi 2 bath, at 571 W. Call St. $225 per 2tchg 1118WANTED $75.000. Croat financing I
and 16. FOR SALE TO BUYiSmall
< Hwy TFNchg 3:30 p.m. tchg 11,11PURE ; 13 9 am tll 4 p.m.Household den carport workshop mo. Ono yrs. lease. eon-
:'; CHAIN LINK flNCI.ln.toll. cr.t. mixer. 9646062. INTEREST RATES DOWN.
chain link fence.
BRED LIMOUSINE bull Item, yard gardenarea 964-6491. 8/05 tfn.
ed. Free estimate Handy. 8.V GALV. ROOFING calve*, 5 to 12 month age. Item, clothing.' 73S South! pecan, 1.25 acre, FOR HINT! or for sale, large LOSTFOUNDREWARD BUSINESS. UP*
Man Fence Co., owner 6'-4.13; 7'-6.76: 964-6411. 11/11 2tchg Epperson St. Itchg 11/11 964-9610. 11/04 tin 4 bedroom 2 bath den 'REAL ESTATE YOUR BEST BET I
; Tommy Reddish. 964-8339. V-S.40-.V.6.03; 106.99; 11/1 JARAOE SAlli Fellow CEDAR HOME BY OWNER 3 carport workshop chain ..0WNlEIIO-.nch..... 1 A. S3.0OO A. term.

: tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 117.62; 12826. W.manufoctur. ONE HEAVY DUTY DUEL AX. Sign. *I 1036 Southgate BR, 2 bath CH/A, link. 1.29 acres, 964.5610. : lost small beagle WILSON 1D-'" ......* let, MK down. S yr. 10%

REPAIR Call ..Jccksonvllle. LI form equipment trailer. Drive, Saturday. 95Thr. fireplace vaulted ailing $375 month. 11/04 tfn In vicinity of US-301 N. Tattooed HAMPTON LAKE-Irkk. mint cend.. 2350 *". ft.

: the Office Shop. 110 W. Call toll free 1977 Mont. Carlo for sale and four families. All sort many extra, screen SPACIOUS! 3 BR, 2 BA home In ear. 6598. Call LITTLE LAKI SANTA FS-Showple on 2 A.Great view I
Call St.. Starke, for detail. 1-800-342-2702. tfn or trade for mailer. car.i of thing. Itchg 11/11 porch private garden with CH/A. W. Call St.. lots 964-7512. 10/21 Hn KINGSLEY lAKE-Brkk dupUx, W. weter, 1600 ft.IOUNTRY '
SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY electric CLUB-1.7 A.ssum. .000 mtg., 1%,MS.OOO.
:. ....5764. Hn Call 964-S772. Itchg 11/11 1680 ft. of storage. No pets, call LOST Walker lest seen Inrook.r
typewriter for sol. at I' Iq. financing. STERN O-Home. ..r., ,...t.I! ha_. 8 MH space.,
;;..,.... ,GLASS CUT TO ORDERS th. Office Shop 110 W. OAK WOO:! FOR SALE STO CARS SS4.900. Appt. 473-2569 964.5827.11104 tfn with Blllf CrlHls'name FIVE OAKS"rlck.1I2 frplc. "' ,600. neer Country Clue.

,; Door, window., etc. Call St., Slarke. $200. per cord If you pick up. W5 after 9 p.m. 11/04 4tchg UNFURNISHED MOBILE. on plat. Ho been LAKE BUUIR-irkk home 2 A, SM.SOO flnenclng.SEARINO .
JACKSON BUILDING SUPP 10X OFF Victor 120 Heavy If we deliver. Call TRUCKSSURPLUS 11/25 HOME 3 BR, 2 bath central tattooed. If ..on. call fin.11SO .
: ST-C/B. S41.3OO.2 CHtA. owner
:-"" ... LY. 9646078. Order. also Duty calculator. Office 533.2633.11/112tpd 11/18 2 BR MOBILE HOMEi 69 HEA excellent condi. 485-1132. Itpd 11/11 CLARK ST.Brlck S41.900, 3 SR 1'B.. frplc.
LOOK I EASY TERMS-LOW and tion adults only. Stat.
S taken In Lake SUtler, Shop. 110 W. Call St., JEEPS car model. Good 1tv1lfullot.. 140.MM.
Starke. PAYMENTS with L. B. truck _ollobl.. Many sell condition Road 16 East. 1.266.4727.ltchg CYPRESS ST. 4 BR. 2 B, CB.
496-3079 and K.yston.H.Ights,4734913.226Hn. ONE ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W. .. You con have the for und.r S200. Call S2.5CO! or best offer 11/11 ANTI FREEZE SESSENT RO-3 BR, 2 I. QUA. greet location S47.900.

; Michael$ Gllhooly subdivision. household Items that you 312-742-1143 Ext. 609 for 782-3326 anytime. ,11/4 MOBILE, HOMES For r.nt. 2 $3." Gal. LAWTIY-3 BR, 1 B, freme CHAA remodeled. S49.OOO.
;:;w1: BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Faces hard road. have needed Call Phil. Information on how to pure Itpd and 3 bedrooms on No Limit BRADFORD VIUAS-Brlck 2 BR. 1% I. new SU.....

[? "VrCEi Bradford County Well septic tank. Selling 431-1317 8-12 a.m. for cho... 10/07 4tpd Tine 12 x 70 J '.. 2 bath expon- highway IS, 3/.. miles from saw Muffler FORSYTHE RD-MH on I A.. 18 pecen trees, SM.OOO.

;;::::: residential pump.out.. $7500. Will take t_.. dependable service. ItodBY ( 1973 PLYMOUTH 2 DOORt do living room fireplace, 100. 473-4507.: 2tchg 11/04 B Discount Ports OFF CRAWFORD RD-lewtey) 3 SR.2B workshop S28.SOO.
.__x S30. Wo alto re-lay drain 966.5606.10/07 tfn OWNERs Ocala National Automatic call 964-S296 or control air fully carpeted .1111 9U.56" OFF 301.211,1 B freme, S19.000 t.""..

line.. Phone 9648121. 8 ACRES located facing Stal. Forett Pete Island 9646412. 11/11 Itpd celling fan n.w appliances UNFURNISHED upstairs ALTON RD-I 3/4 A freme home S24.200.
: 9/28 Rd. 227. Brooker Rd. waterfront 1976 I It* W. WELDON-2 B.1BA freme, ter..... porch S14.000.
ilnchgPROFESSIONAL prop.rty on HUNTERS SPECIALS excellent condition 1 oportm.ntforrunt. Inquire
; Car Cleaning $14,500 with terms. deep canal to Bake Lake Suburban 4-wheel drive, mu.t see to appreciate 1 at Bulllngtons or call **:k* HAMMOND RD-MH, family room edded, S22.SOO.

: S.rvlc. Cleaned 9645606. 10/07 tfn K.rr. Liveable 2 bedroom. .350 eng., 3/4 ton. SI 850. $8,900. 964-5733. 9647271. 11/04 2tchg Major Medical NEW LISTINGS
: washed, vacuumed DESIRABLE WOODED LOT 1 bath hou... Finish Interior Priced to sell! Call 11/11 Itpd 1111MISCELLANEOUS InsuranceMAJOR 1. 40 A.. SI WO en ecre. greet timber.
acre near Connerly to suit taste andat 2. Two 17 ecr. percels.
sanitized, and deodorlied. Estates. 7000. ......278. your (leisure.your Priced 964.5606. 11/11 4tchg..S BEDROOM FRAME ,. 34 A ....rc..St. Augustine pestwre, owner fin.

$7.00. pickup and HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argentina right, all offer. con..Id.r.d 12102 HOUSEiScreen patio on .2 MEDICALS 4. From 4 to 20 ecres hi 4 dry 0"' ''.' fin..
delivered or your plac. Bahia hay. J. M. Ed ((904)964-7762) or 1974 FORD MAVERICK: ocr... ,Carpeted. Lot of or.NOT Th.Some I S. 1500 .... ft. home. gar.. bldgs.. en 2 A, owner fin.
Call 964-7226 ask for Dennls. wards. Ph.964.5379.1111DOBERMAN 68S-2S02. (3053952604.) 6-cyl., new paint. Hearst extra S32.500., ....8727. American Republic Insurance ,. Washington. B Weter St.. two 2 BR rente! houses,
12/10 HnFAMILY PINCHER PUP 11/04 2tpd 11/11 shi t.r. Good condition. 11/11 3tchg 11/25 FREE PUPPIES Lob mixed. Co. offs 100% of 112,100 essum. mtg. et 8 '/4. seller must teke 2nd nit..,
9646183. Itchg 11/11 7823065. Itchg 11/11
HAIRDESIGNERS PIES. tall-docked,dew HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR your .lIgibl. expenses anxious to see, total SM.OOO.
claws removed $35. Site 12/5 cu. ft. S40. call 1970 BUrCK LASABRRi cash trod.Two paid. In or out of the 7. Like new 3 BR, 2 B brick frplc.. Kreened. patio, carpet
7823781. Itchg 11/11 door. S450 or
144 W. Cell St. 1 HOUSE TRAILER 55 by 10. 12 966.8261.11/11 x 48 2 BEDROOM.Itpd 1 bath for boat and trailer. FOR RENT HELPWANTED renewal hospital.for life.Guaranteed mini blinds Steve, refrlg.. D/W I dispose), 11'/ mtg.,

964-7303 good for storage, 1 acre of completely r.mod.l.d. 782-3354. ttpd 11/11 Ml.000. tote! SM.OOO. .
Open land 1 ml on 100 Rd. fron 964.51%or 964.7984. Itchg 1982 FORD MSO 4x4 step' MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE AmericanRepublic REALTOR ASSOCIATES AFTER HOURS
T.W.BP. 9 til SiJO tag. Cheap. Inqulr. at 11/11 side. loaded. Assume HOME PARK. Mobile WAYNE DOUGLAS Broker Salesman9i44S93
-. Thurs. 11 AM HI 7 PM Bradford Barber acrossfrom CASE LAWN K GARDEN payment Coll anytime. home. and ipaces for r.nt. REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE LILLIAN PEARSON Broker Salesmen. .44-S3IS
:;: Sat. 1 AM til 3 PM Bodcock Furn. 11/04 TRACTORS 1979 model 444. 966.3767.1tpd 11/11 Recreational vehicle Scholarships available for Insurance Co. ANNE TERWILLECAR NELSON Salesman-47S-1477

Appolntm.nt.Not tfn Great condition with all 1974 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 8 welcome. Phone 468-2912. unlicensed persons. ERA
:' 12 FT. FIBERGLASS. BOATl Implements. Need to cell 9/16 tinRESTAURANT Faulkn.r Realty ....S065. local Agent!
condition. $750.
Always Necessary 9.8 Merc. Traitor gas tank Immediately. Will take cyl., good 10/28 tin Barbara Gordon. '*......,4 I I
,: 1/7 HnRASYSITTINOt Call 964-8723 oft.r 6 p.m. EQUIPMENT Attention Coon Hunter
anchor Asking $750 S2.000 or neg. 468-1932. 11/11 for rent. 966.6186.9/09 tfn CRUISI SHIP JOBS I Great Income Morning. Nights '
Toddlers and 964-6280 after 5. 964-8224. Itchg Good Price Paid for RaccoonStowe's
Itchg 11/11 1977 CADILLAC Coupe MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT potential. All occupations. I W..rc.nd.Tu. I 1'n
up. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.' Will CARPET NSW a USED Fur BULLDOG PUPS English and ... .
For Information .Wed. Frl.Weekends
: deVllle. Excellent condition. One mil. from Starke city
.d pick-up from school. Call Fur Post
nltur B appliance Pit. Tolls docked parent call (312)741-9780( ) ,_ Ext. ,
964-6774. Itchg 11/11 I limit Hwy. 16 E.
Kea .
o Brooker 483.1861.9/23 tfnWHlTAlClrs' Plumb fixture and on premises. pother I y .
pipes. reg.Engll.h.
468.132310/07 11/11 West
"' 46815O9.JUmtpdJUJeV SURPLUS JEEP$-Car.te.t.. Call Hn. 2120.il/042tpd NT*T TT* State Reed )i6-R.N.rd Rd.
PA1NT"CON.x.cVlca..7Dyra ,
-- BARGAIN CENTER uvsoi $100. ,
;;; sell for under$50.00. KITCHRNIPItCISNCVRoom -
_,. .. ; -. Many Phon. 444.5131
.: fwv.LfQ9a3// r .
Room and Board plus 11 11: 3ipd I 11 ?tIF
Info call for rent at low
For ((312)931.1961)
w::, qualified experience.. Ex- DO-DROP-IN' BARGAIN 782-3071) or 73011.11ll Ext. 2729A.' 11/11 4tpd weekly rote.. Call Temple salary. Must drive car. Call
Interior, HOUSES 301 South. 12/02 Motel 964-7357. 9/16 Lucille 964-5859. Itchg For lease

...-61..0. W. buy and sell ONE ACRE 2tchg LOT line with well, ....... Car. Track Under EOW/tfn 2,000 Sq. Ft. Building

r'I. minor used furniture. 8/13 tfn and oppllonces. I septic tank light pal. $100 available at local CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for 1111PECANS On US-301 South I the shoe j jdoesn't

",. or Crosby Lok. Estates. W.II gov't soles. In your or... r.nt. On Hwy. 16 E. Close Call 964.6020
11/11 2 Family draln.d. S6.700 Cash. Call (refundable) to prison. Call 4681323.
.: NEED EXTRA MONEY Interview Yard Sal. 964-8S82. 11/11 3tchg I-714-569-0241 ext. 5121 10/07 tfn. w. Buy, Sell ft Crack !

: ore being taken for 11/25 for directory on how topurchas. NICE ROOMS for rent. TV Dally
Sat.Nov.13 fit
Avon Representatives.Call DAVID BROWN 1212 62 hpdl..1 .. 24 hrs. 11/11 and air $50 per week and Starke Stat.farmers Mkt.
8:00 AJM.til ff
tractor. 3 pt. hitch. I 11/25 Wall to wall carpeting.Call VACUUMSALE
Ramona Cropse, 782-3068. Rd. 229ml.. ef SR-100 Run good. 3300. 3tpd up. Hwy 301 N 9645811Walnwrlght
964-9992 ask for
10/28 11/18 1971 VOLKSWAGEN: 1000. Produce
NOW DOINGS Sculptured .r 1 "'.. S. of SR-229.. 964-S9S8. Itchg 11/11 Needs body work. Run Haiel. 9/30 Hn

964-8122 Graham. 489-1230. 2-ROOM EFFICIENCY Inlawtey. .sell it
nails, waxing, mok.up.x.lf good.
Clothe all shoe NEW A USEDWe
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and Itchg 11/11 782-3498 or .
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tool.. "lugg.g.. IttyV and 782-39"9.9130 Hnlongchamp
/aAw1d Finance Our Own
pageantry course for appointment much _re. YARD SALE | Call Montez
call Debra Norman KIRBYS

Watch for Sign 964.6305 i i, .
964.8869.11/04 2tpd ... ...., ROYALS
11/11 .i..i.---Ig+pr..a I s 1rf7.
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ILD CARD: My home. Two i Set., Nov. 13 'i$ St., 9 0."'. to 8i30 p.m.Ye'll Realtor HOOVERS
opening. 2 to 3 year. Art : 1304 Seerlng St. i come see w* a* our [B ELECTROLUX

activities, exercises, locrnJp" ;2,.bl ck-pat ,ho.pitoI t!;"new '-"ott.1"'"* Several Home. FILTER QUEENS
1ng 'activities"964-M10.) SR 230. Look for signs i "fA.IO. lowt.yAr.a-$25,500aUp.
i i On YOUR BRASS WARE ATWaldo AssoclatsInc. SEARS Call 964-6305
11/11 tfn !! Clothing. l linen,_ bike. : Flea Market Bldg.C. Enterprise* Also Hove Acreage
: .tc. I 33.35 reasonab/e prices. COMMERCIALWe

l;........:..............!.......!!...... Nautical' animal, If you wvsaRwlEstat.n..dglv.usacall.We are a Stark.Area: repair all makes for.an.. ..adjust..your size
bathroom' fixture, .'41.'SotSVIt. member of REINET-a lilting service that give your 4 BR, BA-S39.000
w 1 If/04 2rpd IlIlWANTED property national and int.rnationol.xposur.. Call today AI Young'sSince -

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U.S. Ml South .04/7...**.. HOM Get Results MOBILE i HOME

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,- : Dey-964-7v3.I.-o.su.Evenlng944M27Fl. .... I I Ml S. lowt>y 3 Muss north of Shop & Comparell!! 100 AMP
REALTY Starki on US 301
Cash Available We| Special Insurance for 160.00

Mobile Home Parka 200 AMP
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964-5065 BAM Starter ft Generator _.- All types of 250.00 I
CaN us for a quota. RegisterOil homeowners policies for
238 E.WesMnete* SterkeBetter mobile homes. Call Anytime

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1 309 S. Thompson St. ,".5U1 REAMESHEATING
Elaine M. Ofln
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t. . . ., plum three er.geree. Reduces) to S43.PeO.MenylxtrM 1 I

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Page lOB November II, 1HZ

Special Olympians Have Their DayThe

special feeling of the Special Olympics came to games a shining success, and said local organizers are
Bradford hosting the District's.
the county-wide winter looking forward
Bradford County last week as
games were held at Bradford Middle School Thursday, "Our county games surprised me, they were ao
Nov. 4.Some. smooth," she said. "If the District goes half as good as
80 participant from Bradford High, BMS, the county games it'll be great. Everything was very
and county homes smooth and organized Thursday. I sure want to thank
Starke Elementary, the Vo-Tech, "
such.Volunteers of America (VOA), Sunshine Acres everybody for making It such a success. JWE
Stepping Stone' and Cooper's Home took part In lastweek's Anyone wishing to volunteer a helping hand for the
call Mary at the school board office
competition for the mentally handicapped and District games can
Volunteer help for last week's events came from the
developmentally JROTC drill team and color guard Key Club, and
the dribble, and shoot competitions -
Activities Included run
cheerleaders of the high school"; the band, art club
team basketball games. J.
,plus exhibition P.E. coaches, and Beta Club clowns of
team outscored the men's teamof gifted ,
The high school boys
Sunshine Acres,and a team comprised of the staffs at Bradford Middle School; the Jr. Woman's Club and E t
Sunshine Acres and VOA won over the Sunshine Acreswomen' Starke Woman's Club; the Kiwanis Club with Mike L
master of ceremonies and volunteers mann-
basketball Cooney as
team in the practice
individuals in the single ing the competition stations, and county EMR teachers.Also .
The teams and first place {
events will represent Bradford County in the District McDonald's of Starke provided hamburgers and : ) N
drink for the athletes and workers. a ( /
Dec. 3.
set for right here in Starke, Saturday, orange itYL
Competition will be held at both the high school and mid Following the District games,the Area competition Is % 'CM1y'.w
dle school that day as contestants from Bradford, set for January in Ocala,and the State Special Olympics r
will be held in Gainesville in February. Also, 1983 is a
Marion, Alacbua, Union, Levy, Columbia, and Suwannee t bw
year for the International games in Baton Rouge Lou. '
counties co-coordinator are expected.Mary Strong termed the local and at least one representative from Bradford (tountywill ,% V, 4
County ,
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Randolph (left) and Evelyn Stenz, a volunteer from Wilmington, Delaware

Mrs. Nelle Ahrhart helps Emma Jean Knolwes The Spscial Olympics Motto:

I "Let win but If I: cannot win
and .ll.e..I.d.a Richardson make egg carton worms me ,

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nvember II, 1982 Page liB


fFor Nellie making history is really no big deal;


.;;.- only the "style" in her new shop that counts

L$: When Nellie McKnight moved her At her Oct. 11 grand opening of the your 200 hours of theory and then they customers don't have to go out of town
::new: World of Hair Fashions salon. new shop she gave away $130 In open the door and here they come. to buy them." .
jSSfrom Lawtey to 213 E. Call St. lajg prizes, including hair and beauty products The students can get their haircut So don't talk to Nellie about making ,
;downtown Starke late this summer: permanents, etc. free and of course most of the history for too long. She's more con- A
I she was making history. Whether she "There are still alot of people out students would be white." cerned with satisfying customers. : '
SS jtnew it or not. there who don't know where we are \ %4j
{!E: ": The former hospital nurse from but more and more are finding out." "We had 20 stations and all of them .
,?Jacksonville didn't realize she was That's thanks In part to her husband's would be busy," Latoria agreed,
f opening the first black-owned helpful urging. 'I'm a little bashful remembering the frantic school days. :(
business in the the old downtown area about handing people my cards, but Business may not be quite that hot ".
of town. And she still doesn't think of my husband is not," Mrs. McKnight here in Starke, but Mrs. McKnightand
her shop as being landmark. Hers is chuckled. "He goes right up to them. her two operators hope the pace
just a business that fills a void In the If he sees somebody who looks like stays fairly fast. Plans are to expand, 5 i
community she says. ,they need their hair done, he'll go possibly by the_end of the year, into y
Nellie,owner operator of the new Nellie's World of Hair Fashions, sprays a
"A few people have told me I'm a '1 moisturizer to the hair of Gussle May Jones, a woman who ca me all the way
pioneer," she said with a smile as she Nellie McKnight: "A few people have told from Palatka I
rested between hair appointments at "
the salon last week. But when asked if me I'm a pioneer... .--- -w'ii"el1 '
that had anything to do with her
choosing the building on Call St. next r1 'YtSit
to Jones Craft Shop she says no. "I "I'm not exactly a fraidy-cat when it
was just trying to find a place more
accessible to my customers. And this comes to stepping out. After raising eight

-.'has worked out fine." children... well, I think that prepares you Stylist Elaine :Majberry of Lake
-J Mrs. McKnight, who owned a ... Butler applies a relaxer to Bobble
c'similar salon in the St. Petersburgarea for anything." If: : f" Grace's hair.
,:- years ago, opened a shop ia '
: r The lotion does just what it
:' Lawtey in May of this ;year when she YrI. she explains, it "relaxes",
', visualized a hair-styling shop that right up and tell them they ought to the back portion of the office space, 1101I. or says straightens the curls.
,could meet the needs of black come by." which is presently being used-only for _Hr ..
customers in the area. Her husband, Business is coming from as far storage. .II
Rev. Walter McKnight had taken a away as Palatka, Hawthorne, Union r
job driving a truck for Griffin In- County, and even Gainesville.Mrs. "I'd like to have a real first class, "W v
dustries. McKnight suffered an injury full service salon," Nellie says.
in her hospital work, and that keeps "We'll do facials, sculptured nails, Stylist Latoria Herring of Raiford
"Black people in this area have had her from standing up continually dur- hair weaving, tinting, makeup, skin hopes the salon phone rings off the / ,llJg
to go Jacksonville or Gainesville to, ing her long business hours of 8 a.m. care, all the things the customers hook In her first hairstyling job ,
have their hair done," she notes. See- to 5 p.m. (and well beyond on those have a need for. We're also keeping since finishing school at Lake City
ing that, she opened her shop on nights when customers come in for a the products we use in stock so our Community College.
US-301 in Lawtey,and now is open 8-5, last-minute 'miracle'). So, she has
six days a week in the expanded employed two stylists fresh out of .. ,'"
Starke salon she is renting with an op- beauty school to handle the overflowin
tion to buy. the new shop. r r
Yes, the country's in an economic Latoria Herring, a 1981 graduate of wn 1 a1.
downturn, but that didn't scare Nellie Union County High School and resident 4 : //1
McKnight."I'm of Raiford, graduated in June :"" ;
from the one-year cosmetology program ,
not exactly a fraidy-cat whenit at Lake City Community Col- f'
comes to stepping out. After raising lege and is up to date on the latest 1:1 / '
eight children... well I think that techniques in not only hairstyling,but
prepares you for anything." also skin care, manicure, and other ,l r
She says other business people beauty work.
along Call St. have been very supportive Elaine Mayberry of Lake Butler is
"People like Ermie Jones and the other stylist. She got her schoolingat
Mr. (Olin) White at Koch's have been Power's Beauty Academy in
very courteous, putting up my cards, Gainesville and has experience at
and wishing me luck," she said. various shops in the university city.
And so far the decision to open in With Nellie taking refresher
Starke looks like a winner. courses at the Vo-Tech cosmetology _
Business is picking up as word of program taught by Betty Stevens
mouth, flyers she's distrubuted, and here in town all three stylist's at .
advertising in the Telegraph are giving Nellie's know what the modern 1
the shop more and more exposure. customer wants and needs.
:Mrs. McKnight has also been running "We don't just cater to black
'weekly specials, and has instituted\ a customers either," Mrs. McKnight k't a/
,color-coded system of specials for mentioned. "These girls got alot more (t .1). at'P.l 7.:>>' "',"t. 11,1 '="
;children to spark some curiosity from practice on Caucasian customers during '
the younger set. school than on black hair. You get Latoria and Nellie check the apolntment book Nellie's World of Hair Fashion Is located at 213 E. Call St., downtown Starke I


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I Buy Coupons To Help Retarded CitizensLocal

citizens can get involved and local Kiwanis members, local mer coupons goes to help Special OI>"m'
help raise money for the Bradford chants (Kouch Drugs, Starke Paint pics and the Bradford Association fur
County Special Olympics and get a Center, Bradford Printers Denmark Retarded Citizens.
..., I great deal on food at the local Pizza Furniture and other merchants) or
.' '.
'. you can call the Bradford Associationof This is a great chance to save a lot
Hut.To assist Bradford Special Olympics Retarded Citizens at 964-7699 for of money when going out for Pizza as
....:..Jw and the Association for Retarded the booklet of eight Pizza Hut well as assisting those less fortunantAll
..'... Citizens acoupon booklet offering $43 coupons.All coupons will be sold by November!
,,';;r of free pizza, drinks salads and pasta 30 so hurry to take advantage of this
i: can be purchased for only $5 through proceeds of the sale of the offer.
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rig Attention Fill Hair Fashions i

213 E. Call St. I

r NationalGuard Downtown StarkeNovember


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t Your Service Club at ,Camp Blandingis 11th 17th

now featuring: Visit Hairstylist Latoria Herring and get your Carefree Curl

for jUSt 50.00 plus receive '9 value bottle of Carefree Curl Activator A Moisturizer

Steaks & Pizzas
> PHONE 964-4556 for Appts. Walk ins Welcome <

Plus Salad BarAll :

( You Can Eat) [ Music Shop *

Don't Forget Our :1'Mac's Bradford Square Shopping Center Starke, Florida
I Going Out of Buainllaa t m

New Year's Party ,
All Merchandise Reduced
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t, Your Reservations to d fe (except sheet music, music books records, and pre-recorded tapes)

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NOW __
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:$ m I : I.: as Bale M ,

I' 'Fred Stephens ,. : 1,000 From $21 000 4 up '. I:

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121} November 11,1982Leroy

ObituariesClaude hi I ':. '

S. Norman Dillon Mrs. Jettie Johns of Tarpon ; '
eight grandchildren and : 6'Vnder New

Claude S. Norman, 58, of Lake Leroy Dillon, 67, of Lake Butler, grandchildren.Funeral services proverb'r.'v. Management"
died Tuesday night, Nov. 2 in Union were JI Dennis Nixon .
Placid, died Oct. 21 in Hialeah.Mr. Nov. 5, at 2 p.m. in the -
Norman was a native Floridian General Hospital after a brief illness. cher Funeral Home of
moving to the Miami area in 1939 Born In Tampa, Mr. Dillon movedto with Rev. Raymond Baer ; We must move 1982 Doublewides
for Lake Butler 16 and was
from Lawtey. He was a mechanic years ago Burial in
was Elzey Chapel
EAL and a member of the IAMAW employed at Thomas Metals until he under the direction of
Local 100; he served in the Navy during retired two years ago. He was a Home of Lake Butler. Cost plus Set-ups .
World War II, the Korean Conflict member of the Baptist faith.
and was a member of the American Survivors include his wife Mrs.
Legion, charter member of the! Irene Leneve Dillon of Lake Butler; Great Deals on
Historical Society of Lake Placid. two daughters, Nancy Lee Nybo of
Survivors include his wife, Bay St. Louis, Miss and Linda Joy "
Elizabeth; two daughters, Mrs Dillon of Lake Butler; one son, Tim "Behind an able 1183 1"MOaelS TOOll
Claudia Hyle Blair of Yankeetownand Dillon of Lake Butler; one brother, are always other able
Mrs. Foustina Mead of In Verlon Dillon of Tampa; one sister, Chinese A Lot" (Keystone Lot Only)
verness; one sister, Mrs. Leola
Sponholtz; one brother, .Charles D. ,. I
Norman and four grandchildren. Items Available in TG&Y: Family Centers Only, Nov. 11 thru Nov. 14
Funeral services were Saturday
Oct. 23, with burial in Lake Placid

Howard Howard Kelly Kelly Tyus Tyus, 74, of

Tallahassee Tallahassee Medical Center., died Memorial Tuesday,Regional Nov. 2, at Jackets and coats

Services were held Friday after-
noon, Nov. 5, at Evis Colonial-
Fletcher R. Dunaway Funeral Home.

had Gardens.A Burial native lived was. of in in Grand Tallahassee Tallahassee Ridge, Mr.for Memory Tyus nine for ladies : juniors girls', men9 and boys' now w.

years. He was a retired anestheist at
Bradford County Hospital in Starke,
member Lake Jackson United
Methodist Church and a member of

Woodmen Survivors of include the World.his wife, Minnie .:'..i ;' .1:-< Carter Tyus of Tallahassee; two sons, ,, )t-f." r" ",, '.i"
Kenneth Tyus of Albany, Ga. and .. 'savingslRightnowyoucanfindthemostpopuff -
Harold Tyus of Vernal Utah; one .. lar styles and colors of ladies', juniors' or girls' f

brother, Harris Tyus of Tallahassee; 25GA coats and jackets.Whether it's a Christmas present i
one sister Lomas Alvis of Grand i
Ridge, and three grandchildren. 0 for someone on your list or a gift for yourself..you'll ,g
find it here. These values won't last 1-

Attila Gustav Toth long., .so hurry in today and take advantage of

the best selection I
Attila Gustav Toth. 76, of Starke
died Tuesday Nov. 2 from injuries he
received in an automobile accident at 1
US-301 and Market Road in Starke.'
Born in Hungary, Mr. Toth movedto I
the Starke area over 20 years ago ,; pictured ;
All styles not exactly as
from Wallingford Conn. He was a tf.. '
':> '
retired chicken farmer, a U.S. Army ,." .' .
veteran of World War II, and a f 4 '
member of the Protestant faith.
Mr. Toth is survived by his half- (
brother, Eugene Benko of Staten %
Island, New York. p
Funeral services were held from r )
the graveside at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 10, with Rev. LeRoy Olive of :
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under the direction of 6 # p
Jones Funeral Home in Starke.

Jessie Mae FowlerMrs. \ fci tkek

Jessie Mae Fowler, 56, of Y I i3 4
Starke,died Wednesday night,Nov.3, t p
In Bradford Hospital following a long -

illness. .,.,...
Born in Starke, Mrs. Fowler was a .

lifelong resident of Bradford Countyand '.
a retired seamstress with the '
former Cadillac Manufacturing Com ,. ,N '.,, ;r ..
pany. She was a member of Airpark dr

Baptist Church. .!!.! :.
Survivors include her husband,
Dewey W. Fowler, Sr.; her mother, ,
Mrs. Adel B. Grider of Starke; one h
daughter, Mrs. Lila Jane Rhoden ot ds'
Hampton; three sons, Larry W. :
Fowler of Raiford, Harry James
"Jimmy" and Dewey W. Fowler, Jr., 9' is 4Hk n w'i7 <

both of Starke; one sister,Mrs. Bessie q \y ',
Mae "Jo" Williamson of Hampton; ii < j
two brothers, Carl Byrd of Starke and
Jasper Byrd of Hampton and seven
grandchildren. ,
Funeral services were held at 2 y
p.m., Saturday, Nov 6, in the DeWittC. ..' "
Jones Chapel with Rev. Lacy Con- ;
way and Rev. LeRoy Olive of : :
ficiating. Burial was in Dyal ., "
Cemetery under the direction of : 'I ""
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. ? 'j

Bertha Hazel Wallace ;- {
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Mrs. Bertha Hazel Wallace 74, of r :::. t r 'f ,: { 1 t.' ,.. -
Starke, died Tuesday afternoon, Nov. H A- '. M ,' .t ;,:mowfr -.
2, in Alachua General Hospital follow- > M' 1e' I
ing a long illness. $* e', ,N .," ; <
Born in Battell, Ala., Mrs. Wallace | d. .. :. I

moved to Starke over 18 years ago i ... # .. 44(( ? :.J \ I
from Chattanooga, Tenn. She served P ,. "e
several in full time
years ministry as :, .
a Pioneer, through the Kingdom Hall "
of Jehovah's Witnesses Starke. X'f ,: ;: :

Survivors include her husband, ? A \\4, xI '.
Leonard E. Wallace two sons, g a
William F. Wallace' of Chattanoogaand \ .
Leon E. Wallace of Roseville .f
j Ga.; one brother Louis M. Chadwick'of
Chattanooga; two sisters, Mrs. Billy t I
Stone of Lookout Mountain, Tenn. rand ,1 _- _
Mrs. Lucille H. Doty of Chattanooga -
f ; five grandchildren and one L# \
,: great grandchild; also several nieces $J
and nephews. f V
Funeral services were held at 2 if \
p.m. on Saturday, Nov.6, at the Chat- ** ,YA9'F t'M Y .
tanooga Funeral Home Chapel with *.. i'i't ..
Mr. Edwin Ashley officiating. Burial Jg $" r .
was in the Hamilton Memorial fl ;.; lf14
Cemetery in Chattanooga with Jones, 1 ? : '''<' \ .
Funeral Home of Starke in charge: ofi "I ;>" \ ':

arrangements. < Y''t./il'. ',.'. pP I .::
Finley G. Thornton "' "

Finley Gould Thornton, 69, of Put- I > >,':. ,"'Ji.s.'Ji. pZ ::

t nam Hall died Friday afternoon,Nov. \ Z / .. :- $:; :
S following a long illness. .. % __ T:.. tL :
; ,
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana Mr. : mt
Thornton moved to Putnam Hall 20 tI '
years ago from Indianapolis,Indiana.He a'E&.i'
was a member of the Melrose No.
89 Masonic Lodge,Scottish Rite,York
Rite Bodies and the Shrine.
Survivors include his wife Mrs.
EUlce Florence (Candy) Thornton of-
Putnam Hall; one brother, Robert "

Thornton of Winter Park; one sister. 301 S..,Starke, FL' Mon.-Wed. 9-8 ;y,
Mrs. Alice Morris of Port Charlotte; Sunday 12.6
several nieces, nephews and cousins. Thur.-Sat, 9-9
Funeral services were held at 10:30 i
a.m. on Tuesday.Nov.9 in the DeWittC.
Jones Chapel with Rev Buddy
Kriedlin officiating. Burial was in ).
EUam Cemetery in Melrose under the TQ4r policy! to llwiyi h.w tdvvrtiMd
direction of Jones Funeral. Home of in.m.roh.ndie.may be purchased ci Si.NN merchendh.InMpusa price when it becomes wpptyInowatorM,M lMewnltheadwrliwd. m.rthandia Is not availabledustounforuen reuoneTOLY wulprovldea Rain Chick,upon rpwal.In ordartMt .!
Keystone Heights bar.poky to bu pdced comp.llnv.ty In prh mark.t, av.ilabi.oryou may purcis. similar quality m.roMndiee It a similar price reduction.it is Ma policyol TOY to s.ethat you an happy with .
R.qul.r Sal. your purchaseds. It la
Prkq ,
puroha...VISA ens aasf.vC.rd.a.a pesd. mey vary market by mark. but IM NN price Will always bb as Wv.nis.d. W.will w happy to refund your nJon.y it YOU are not utiatl.d with your
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