Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OCT 2 71987 PKY liBRARY

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Inside... 1\\0
Two Sections
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Hard Mows. . .. . . ."-','A I I' 1 I 1
Editorial Pag. . . . .. 4A I I I II II

The Social Scene.. . . .J-*..A ,I
Outside. Public Notice. . . . . IDA I I
Sports. . . . .. IO-I2A I
The Weather Service Office predicts a warming trend beginning
Thursday, with fair SECTION Bi 12 Pago*
skies Friday, becoming partly cloudy Saturday
,with possible showers Sunday. Lows in the 50's' and highs in the Art Foitlval .. . . .. .11 i
Strawberry Sat . . ...IB ii.i..
70's.There has been no measurable rainfall in Bradford County so far Performing Art... . . ...IB tap. I t
this month. Calf Scrambla .. . . ...2B :
George Wintering, weatherman for station WJXT-TV the N-FL Air Show . . . ..38BC
area is approximately 12 inches below rainfall says for the Riding Club . . . ..4B
year. Northeast Florida is of the average Now Brief. . . . t.lO.UB i '
part The
severe which
extends from North Carolina into the Florida drought area Ar.o Death. . . . . I2B Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
No relief is in sight. penisular. Claulfled Ad. . . . .7.*. 108th Year SfAttKE.: FLORIDA Cents Copy i I

11th Issue ThilrVli!! y.Oetoher22.1987 LISPS 082700l t ,
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Itfortfi{ Orange Street Rezoning Ap- roved'3-2 by.., Councilby 11

Buster Rahn Rezoning of the property came Some Exaggerations... dent of Lafayette St. complainedabout Retention ponds, serving Winn-

Honoring Weeks... BCT Staff Writer before the city zoning board Sept. 24, George Huggins, speaking for tile increased noise pollutionof Dixie do not function properly, said
In a time-consuming, sometimes and was forwarded to the city coun- rezoning said some remarks made air conditioners: running and night Sandberg and create a "horrible
The Friends of the Library cordially heated discussion, Starke commissioners cil with a recommendation to deny at the Sept. 24 zoning board meeting clean-up Crews working, since Winn- stench" when pumped out.
invite you to attend an open disregarded the 6-0 recom- the request. The zoning board does were highly exaggerated, and required Dixie has moved into Market Lee Black a resident of GardnerSt.
house from 3-4:30: p.m. Friday, Oct. mendation of their zoning board and not have the authority to make final correcting. Huggins denied Square. lie /said the noise affectedthe ., said the area contains "final

23, honoring Arnold D. Weeks, Jr., rezoned the west side of Orange St., decisions. there is an increase in noise levels, super sensitive ears of older people homes for most of us retired
the departing Bradford librarian. between Madison St. and LafayetteSt. Commissioner Bobby Biggs, due to Winn-Dixie being across the and disrupted sleep patterns. people," and "we have the right to'
Weeks is leaving the library to ., from residential to business in chairman of the council zoning committee street, or increase in vehicle traf peace and quiet." .
accept Administrator Clay County two 3-2 votes Tuesday night Oct. 20. was in charge of the proceedings fic.jHe said his family lived In the Sand "g said water run-off is a Lester Crews whose residence is t,

Library of Clay With the exception of one lot on the and gave everyone an op same house for 27 years and never problem\, stating that water, from located at 609 W. Call St., opposedthe J
County which has three libraries. south end of the strip owned by portunity to speak on rezoning the had a problem with the sewer the Wi n-Pixie parking lot, ran rezoning saying he built a nice j
George and Bernice Huggins, the two parcels, owned by Huggins and system denigrating remarks by down Uw west side of Orange St., home 25 years ago, and doesn't wish t
Gator Boosters... property is owned by Belco Enterprises Belco. residents opposing the rezoning. following a rain, some weeks ago. to have a shopping center adjacent '
He said[; seWer lines are already to his home. He said
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub and, the firm name under which The Huggins property was con Increased Pollution...? overload< and need upgrading, 1Z Z
is set to meet tonight (Thursday Guy Tommy Andrews operate. sidered first. Jess Sandberg, a four year resi prior to new) construction.

Oct. 22) at the Starke Golf & -- -- .... .... '"'--.-.- i
Social hour: 6:30: p.m. Covered
dish dinner and meeting at 7 p.m.A r 2 Races )<

member of the Gator coaching b.t .
staff will be the guest speaker.The .
Gator Quarterback Club is

sponsoring a bus to the Florida- Set InLawtey !

Georgia game Saturday, Nov. 7. ,
Seats on the bus are available. For ,

more info contact Hazel Hardy, i1., 1.

9647451. 1 6 e r' I IR Iq
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Homecoming Reunion... v r, ; &&w .

The Class of 1961 of Bradford by Buster Rahn
High School is sponsoring a u 1 ti
r BCT Staff WriterIncumbent
homecoming reunion for all
Councilmen Willie
graduates in classes 1956 through Strong and Robert Scott face opposition
1965 at the Starke Golf &
in the December 1 election and
Club immediately following the Councilman Buster Bennett is unop- I

homecoming game tomorrow night posed after Oct. 12-16 qualifying end-
(Friday, Oct. 23). ; ed.Since .

; both contested races have *
only two candidates there will not
Halloween Party... be a run-off election. In the event of .

A Halloween is set Tuesday a tie vote, the winner will be decidedby

Oct. 27, by party Scout Troop lot, according to Carol Milner,
530 and the Bradford County Public deputy supervisor of registration. )
Fire Chief Bill Crouse qualified for *

Library.Preschoolers through 10 years of 4F-e 1 the council seat held by veteran ..

age are invited to the party from 4 Robert Scott.
to 5 p.m. at the Library and the Marvin Rosier, a former councilman -
First United Methodist Church. qualified for the council seat

The children will be treated to a held by Willie Strong.
mini-cake walk, fishing games Queen Robinson qualified for the
city clerk's position which she cur-
film. R
refreshments, and a "scary" !
with rently holds as an appointee, and is 'I
Judging for best costume, .
prizes awarded will be a special unopposed.
event of the afternoon...There to no Police_Chief MM Jordan, a 00 .
charge just goodies to munch on r'r himself qualified to succeed \
and lots of fun for everyone. A f; xIt and is unopposed.
The names of candidates without <
opposition will not appear on the ]
Calf Scramble... ; ballot. Their election was assured .
!t v when no one qualified against them.
The Bradford County calf scram- \ J

ble is being resurrected after some j Bill Crouse... >
dozen years.A -
Crouse a native of Ohio, came to.
futurity a chickenscramble
and a calf race scramble are Homecoming Mania... Lawtey "13 or 14 years ago," after ;
served with the Florida Air .
set Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 by the Brad- Sophomores (I-r) Ramona Tennant Karen Eftevez. Deanna Waters, Bradford High students have worked untold hoots this week decorating having
National Guard for 28
in the
ford Roping Club. Sharie Meier, Lori Mann, Dana Norman. Christi! Gault Tavia Heddlng hallways decorating floats and taking part in Homecoming festivities, years,
ordinance unit. For the
For more information see articlein Jennifer Forsyth. Charlie Brown and Rick Whitaker work Tuesday night the best of which are still to come, disposal past
10 Crouse has been active in
B-section of this edition.DinnerTheatre. decorating the Sophomore Class float at the fairgrounds. years
the Volunteer Fire
Lawtey Depart- ..
ment, serving as fire chief. ,
When asked for a statement
... Crouse said "I'm running to be run-
"Lo and Behold" a ghostly comedy Tornado Whirl Set Tonight 7 p.m. ning." t
will be presented at a dinner-
theatre Friday and Saturday Robert Scott...

nights, Nov. 13-14, and Nov. 20-21 at Parade Set 1 Scott born in Cairo, Ga., but a '
the Starke Woman's Club spon- Homecoming Friday p.m. Lawtey resident for more than 60 .
sored by The Bradford Players and years is serving as mayor of _
the Junior Woman's Club. Lawtey for the third time, for a total .
Tickets are on sale now at Chas- The annual Tornado Whirl is set at Tuesday was Merlin's ScavengerHunt James Sapp of Lawtey; Allyson judged on consistency with the of 7-8 years in that office. Scott has .
tain's Jewelry and Mitchell's Drug 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday Oct. 22) at and "I Hate Ladies" day. A Thompson, daughter of Mr. and theme, orgirulity, spirit, plot clarity been on the Lawtey city council for '
Store on Call Street.Upcoming. Bradford Field as homecoming picnic. Feast of the Knights was Mrs. Don Thomspon of Starke and of voices, visual appeal coordination the past 24 years and during that "
highlights for 1987 come around. held Wednesday. Today (Thursday Jennie Woods daughter of Mr. and and liiynted to 5-10 minutes tenure has missed only one council ',.'
Oct. 22) is Medieval Dress day. A Mrs. Robert Woods of Kingsley each. meeting.

Going back to medieval times witha Medieval Fair is set Friday, Oct. 23, Lake. The homecoming queen can- Now retired, Scott worked in construction -
"Tornadoes in Camelot" theme and is also ". The homecoming queen was didates and! class princesses will be primarily as a masonry ,
... the week is traditionally one of the The Student Councils in charge of elected Tuesday, and the results will introduced.Ms. contractor during his earlier years. '
busiest of the school year with homecoming. Student Council spon- be kept secret until the queen's Smith\ / says admission of $1.50is In addition to the Lawtey council, )
The following meetings are students planning skits for Tornado sor is Ms. Wanda Smith. crowning at Tornado Whirl.In charged to cover the cost of the Scott serves on the Bradford County -
scheduled by local governmental Whirl set at 7 p.m. Thursday night, Oct. 15 run-off elections the lights antI loudspeaker. Zoning Board the Northeast .

agencies: decorating floats for the homecoming Homecoming Queen... class princesses were elected: Regional Planning Council and the ).
Bradford Zoning Board: 7 p.m. parade at 1 p.m. next Friday, Junior princess is Susan Peugh, Bradford-Starke Chamber of Com
One of six BHS senior coeds will be
Tuesday, Oct. 27, in Starke city and the Friday, 8 p.m. homecoming crowned homecoming queen as the daughter of Mrs. Margorie Peugh of Parade Route... merce. He is active in the Mt. Zion i

hall.A football game against Keystone highlight of Tornado Whirl. Lawtey. Sophomore Princess is Set at 1 p.m. Friday afternoon AME church. '.
special joint meeting of the City High. ,. The six candidates are: Mindy Sarah Douglas, daughter of Mr. and Oct. 23, the Homecoming parade will Scott said "I appreciate the vote .
Commission of Starke and the Students hired a squire in a "I Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Douglas of Brooker. begin on Washington Street beside and support of the people of )
Starke Zoning Board is set at 7:30: The Junior Class Freshman Princess is Ginger the school
Hate Knights" day. Elbert Hersey of Starke Carla Mc- high proceed west to Lawtey.
p.m. next Thursday Oct. 29, in city ; Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
won the hall decorations competitionin Cutchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orange Street, turn left onto OrangeSt.
hall, to furtner discuss the rezoningof which the hallways were L.C. McCutchen of Starke; Marilyn A.B. Adams of Brooker. to Call Street, turn left onto Call Marvin Rosier... ))

a large tract of land in NE decorated as castles. The freshmenwere McGee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Street and proceed east to US-301 Rosier, native of Lawtey and
Starke (Reno). Tornado Whirl.
second seniors third and will turn north on US-301 and proceed
Bert McGee of Starke; Tamara
The third and final public hearing sophomores fourth. Sapp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Skits for Tornado Whirl will be back northward to BHS.
is set Nov. 3, on a city proposal to
rezone 374 acres in NE Starke from
single family residential to RID a
classifcation allowing both mobile Whitehead Farm Visit

homes and permanent residences. --r-i
There is nothing to take up at the \

regular city zoning board meeting Talks
which would have been held Oct. Grant ToughOn

Bradford County Commis-
sion is next scheduled to meet at
U.S. Policies.
9:30 a.m. Nov. 2, its regular first
Monday meeting.The I

Lawtey Commission is set "Let's send our air force in there and keep them there. We've got to
to meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. and teach Khomeini a lesson," 2nd say "We're going to execute you if
2, in its regular first Monday and do without
Congressional District Rep. Bill you need it, then it
meeting.The Grant told an applauding audienceof dragging out the appeals process for
Starke Commission's next an estimated 1200 supporters at a years and years."
regular meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. pre-announcement campaign On Judge Bork's nomination: I
Tuesay Nov. S. That night will also kickoff in Union County Saturday "I'm in the House and we don't vote
be the hearing and a night. on Supreme Court nominations. But
vote probably will be taken on the if I'd been in the Senate, I would '
NE Starke rezoning issue. "The President said we're reflag- rt'ii
have voted for him as a decent,
oil tankers and ttS
gang those
honest individual. I admire his
we've got to protect the vessels we of restraint"Gran t
REMEMBERSprbif said we would" Grant declared. now serving his first termas { r W
"We're also protecting our nation's
from the sprawl-
Be _
because we're depending
Forward toot government ing 2nd District, is expected to seek
and more on oil from the
7OUI: more re-election in 1988. So far, he has no
Persian Gulf. No one wants a war,
dock announced opposition.
hD Back
'-=k 1 but when we say we'reifolng/ to pursue Among the prominent promoter
bouIru.s. a policy, let's do It. of Saturday night's kick-off were

t -OnVfoiwsUc pulicy. Grant said: Union County's present and ex-

0 8wula7I "We've got to learn to be smart with sheriffs, Jerry and John Whitehead,
I our money. If a person is in need and Lake Butler transport
et.ae let's help himbut I'm sick and tiredof businessman Marvin Pritchett. Did You Hear the One About...
>! Tw 4 helping" people who don't need Whitehead The menu included farm staples the traditional: green Judging by the chuckle. from Ex-Sheriff JonnWhitehead. / Cult when the four got together at Whltehead's farm
Rep. George Crady, Marvin Pritchett and Grant told the crowd of
On law enforcement: "We've got corn boiled in the shuck chicken Saturday night. Rep. 1,200 apo
Congressman Bill Grant, the conversation definitely It "time to teach Khomeini
bear stew and plaudingsupporters. was
"bog", chit'lings, ,
to get serious about law enforce-
wasn't about the national debt or war In the tVr,ln itsson."
ment. We must send criminals to jail boiled peanuts for appetizers

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,Page2A' TELEGIl October 22, 1987 '

Reno Residents Object to Wholesale Rezoning for M:obile Homes

Worth VotingStadium "tt; been some misunderstanding as to board and planning council, to be
by Buster Rahn tional homes. White said areas Council Meditates... who initiated the action. The zoning held in city hall,at 7:30: p.m.,Thurs-
aside for mobile Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal Oct 29. The last Thursday in
BCT Staff WriterApproximately should be set board was instructed to begin rezon- day,
RR's... 25 Reno residentsmet homes, rather than rezoning some told council that the zoning board ing procedures by the city council, each month is normally reserved for
with the city commission Tues- 370 acres in one tract. wishes to defer any decision at pre- Schaefer stated, putting to rest the city zoning board meeting, but
Plans are being made to build ad. day,Oct.20,to register objections to Resident Charles Cunningham sent, and wants a joint meeting between rumors that the action was begun by Janet Turner assistant zoning
ditional rest room facilities at the rezoning a large area in northeast stated the area is beginning to look the two groups. The zoning the zoning board office. director, stated there is nothing on
Bradford High athletic field on I the Starke for mobile homes. "somewhat decent,"with many fine board would also like to have the NIB Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, at- the agenda for that night, and it is
west side of the All-Sports Club .There were few exceptions, other homes have been built."To allow Florida Regional Planning Council tending his final council meeting, available for the joint meeting.The .
stand. than Realtor Ralph Bryan,who liveson mobile homes anywhere in the area represented at the meeting. said the problem was caused by the third and final public hearingis
Contributions,tax deductible, are E.Call St., and owns several lots is to defeat our own purposes," he council trying to help people living in set for Nov. 3,at the regular first
requested from past alumni and in the Reno area. Commissioners could not render a mobile homes, who wish to upgrade Tuesday city commission meeting.A .
others interested. Checks should be Bryan showed "before and after" said.Mary McLeod said she opposes decision at this meeting, even if their old homes with larger, nicer decision will be rendered by the
made to Bradford High School, !581 pictures of a lot in the area, depic- rezoning the large land area into a ready to vote, since this was the second homes. Many of the mobile homes In council at that time.
N. Temple Ave., StarKe, FL 3204, ting a wooded lot prior to having single classification. of three public hearings re- Reno are situated where replace- Jimmy Crosby has resigned effec-
designating it must be used for I the I mobile home installed. He told com- quired. ment is prohibited. tive Oct.31 from the council,having
rest room fund. isn't bet- moved out of town.Since the council
For additional info,call Mat ween missioners a mobile, "the home choice or a conven- What Is Best...? Biggs asked" "What does the coun- Joint Meeting... has not named a replacement, a tie
cil want? four
Prin. John Reddish at BHS, tional home; it's between a L.C. McCutchen stated he favors a Schaefer said the council wants to Mayor Travis Woods called a joint vote members is possible remaining, with on the only council
964-6800. manufactured home or nothing, in "more structured development rezone the area, and said there has meeting with members of the zoning
many cases." and asked commissioners if they I
The two homeowners who spoke in would want mobile homes in their
Support Group... favor of mobile homes being allowed white neighborhoods. '
Mrs. Betty Patrick of Starke is throughout the* area admitted to Commissioner Charles Schaefer 87
forming a support group for owning lots on which they would like took issue with McCutchen, statingthe EVANGiL.LISM
parents of the 400 special education to install mobile homes. rezoning had nothing to do with
students in Bradford schools. Commissioner Bobby Biggs, who black or white residents, only whatis
Such a group would give parents chairs the city council's Zoning best for the people living in the a
a board, an idea exchange Committee,was in charge of the zon- area.
sound members could provide ing segment of the council meeting.He Schaefer asked McCutchen how ; Baptist Church
emotional support for each other allowed those who favored rezon- many mobile homes are currently in Bayless Highway
For more information, call Mrs. ing the area to speak first, to be the Reno area.McCutchen .
Patrick, 9646349. followed by those opposed to the pro- said maybe 30 homes.
posal. Schaefer said there are 115 mobile ry.
Meals for Seniors... homes already in Reno, and speak- :
Speaking Out... ing from memory, cited the loca- ; 27S
of i 2a 26
Bradford residents 60 CctoI
years Resident Maurice White, a school tions of many.Schaefer left no doubt
and older be eligible to
age may "I in- he knows the area better than manyof
teacher, told council that, am
meal at cost from the gyp"
receive a no
that residents in his discussion of i
between. White went on to say the }
Suwannee River Economic conditions of Sunda 11.Re AM&7PM
she does not oppose mobile homes mobile home locations, .
(SREC) at 134 E. South Street
for those who want them, but she the units and street boundaries.
Starke. does oppose rezoning the large area Commissioner Biggs allowed Greg.fiouglasLeesbujfgi'FL
SREC serves a nutritionally of to who wished to do
and she opposes the installation everone speak
balanced meal Monday through
mobile homes adiacent to conven- so. /Y
Friday, except holidays. For more
information, call 964-7894. /
Art Festival... -5 Mond 'fr PM
The Starke Festival of the Arts i is Re S-t lames Cowart
on tap this Friday and Saturday, .1..
October 24-25, on Jefferson Street '.c: No thsidE Japtist Starke, FL
beside the Starke Center of Santa
Fe Community College.
For information call Nancee
Clark or Carol Brown at 395-5159 in 'Re R b rt Register

Gainesville or call the SFCC Star Raiford FL
Center at 9645382. rb Fel ows iii Baptist ,

Square Dance... m

Plus Level square dance instruction .7J J w Tuesd4 y 700 PM
is available each Tuesday in
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center, Re ; die Blalock

from caller.8-10 For p.m.additional,with Ken informationcall Perez, NeO" *C t-rove Baptist Church

9647955. ; Ala huLF

Child Find... .- *

Do you? know a child with a handicap $1,000 Donated for Daniell's Liver Transplant... Leon Odom

Child Find is one part of the Mrs.Joy Irwin right accepts a$1,000 check from Lynne Dukes,a tellerat Starke FL
Florida Diagnostic and Learning the Community State Bank for her granddaugter 18-month-old Bethel Baptist -
Resources System (FDLRS) that Danielle Gwlazdowskl of Baltimore, Maryland. Danielle Is suffering
lends support services to excep- from a liver disease and Is a candiate for a transplant.The .
tional student education programsin $1,000 was accumulated from the public around this area, from NOW
a six county area:: Bradford, here to Orange Park. Containers have been placed In LII Champ stores
Baker, Flagler. Putnam, St.Johns, and that accounted for a good bit of the money.
and Union Counties. "I want to thank everybody for their gifts and their prayers,"says Mrs.
One function of Child Find is Irwin. who works as a secretary in the physical therapy department at
identification of potentially handicapped Bradford Hospital. ?, "
preschool students,and Mrs. Irwin says no donor liver has been located for her granddaughter, rental service.
the location of children and youth whose condition Is steadily worsening. Danielle's parents, both work for Phone
between birth and 21 years of age the same company and have only one Insurance policy, the proceeds ol I
who may have a handicap condition which are exhausted says Mrs. Irwin. A liver transplant costs a

and Some are areas not receiving of handicapping services.condi- minimum of$150,000 plus $ ,000 per month for medication afterward. Do yourself a good turn.,

tions may be speech,language,
hearing, vision, learning, behavior Jazz Dancers FirstIn --
Majorettes -
or physical problems. -
II you know of a child who may
be handicapped, contactFDLRSChild Band Competition ContestThe
Find at (904) 3288811in .
Putnam County or write Tashawna VanZant, ,'
FDLRS/Child Find P.O. Box 159, "Spirit of Bradford" Band Erica Banks, Donna Padgett,
Bostwick:, FL 32007. was rated superior, the highest Noegel, itmmgp
Samantha Jones, Amy i'pl
rating possible, last Saturday,
Christie Ball,
Humane Society... March 17, in the Azalea Marching Angela Forsyth and, Shannon Wolf. ,'
Renee McCarthy,
Band Festival in Palatka, bringing
The Bradford Humane Society home seven more trophies to add to The percussion group and drum
meets the first Thursday of each its collection.The major performances received an ex-
month at 7:30 p.m.in the First Tornado majorettes led the cellent rating.
Presbyterian Church, opposite the performances of the Bradford High The Bradford High Band won third i
in its class, made the final
hospital. first place
Band by getting the only placein
and fifth
New members welcome. competition,
its class. The majorettes are:
Renee Hewett Beth overall. Four much larger
Sheila Stewart, ,
awarded with Terry
Call-In .. McKimiey, Allison Archey, Noy were top spots Lake Howell
Program. Srivibul Aimee Ferguson, Angle Parker in fourth place, "f,101 \
N.B. Forrest in second -
in third place,
A morning call-in service to McChesney and Rosaland Taylor, Park
place, and the Orange
assist senior citizens who are alone the captain .
is offered by the Starke Police In addition, the Tornado jazz High in scheduled competition is the
Department, according to Chief dancers were rated superior. The Northeast Marching Band Festivalset
Jimmy Bowen.To jazz dancers are: Captain Wanda School.
at Forrest High
become involved in the program Mueller, Co-Captain Sheila Tew, Li- Oct. 31
a citizen is asked to register
with the Police Department then ,::i, ?
call in before 10 a.m. each day.
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will i iu
check on those citizens who have ei
not called in. If there is no answer, :
a police officerwill visit the

residence. The first electric watch was Invented In Chicago In rm r"" elh dpi1R if
Chief Bowen reminds the public 1885.
that the service is available. 0 i

,, Its
No Job. No Skill... t o f
Job Corps-Training slots are
available in health occupations,
plumbing, welding, business-
clerical, auto mechanic and other
skills for men and women ages 16
through 21.Obtain .
a GED, earn spending
money and savings money and i ,
make a good life .
Room and board, clog
allowance, transportation, medical h
and dental care will be provided.For .
more information, visit the That means:
Job Service Office at 1430 South You won't have to concern yourself with service because we have a

First Street Lake City, or phone terrific team to serve you.

Irene Pearce at 7523121. You won't have to worry about broken parts because well take

care of parts and labor.

Mrs.R1chardson'sButtancotch You can bring the phone to us and well fix it free,or well come to

Caramel l you for a nominal charge. (Some phone rental packages includea

Fudge Baked Apples visit to your home or business at no additional charge.)

Wash inch and trip core apple of peel Removeone arounc When you've tried everythingand You won't lose sleep over the cost because renting'a phone costs

center of each apple. Fill centers everything has failed just pennies a day. .
with Mrs. Rlchardoon'i You'll enjoy a worry-free alternative to owning your own phone.
Caramel Fudge
Topping and finely chopped try Jesus. Phone Rental. For service as good as it sounds.

walnut..Place apples In baking Drugs alcohol, gambling, and other "pleasures can only
dish with jut enough water tc end in pain and heartache. But peace and happiness can

cover bottom of dish.Heat over: be found in Jesus Christ. He is your friend, and through "
to 350.* Bake uncovered until .
in life. .
Him can fill the emptiness your .
tender (46-60 minute). Cool you CENTEL. :
lightly. Serve plain or with Apostolic Truth United P.ntoco.tal Church "

whipped cream.Microwave Nl 2nd.Street Lawty ..*.......tt Bright I I \-''
on high power approximately Where people connect.
2-3 minute. per Oc. .l,19e1 .

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Schools Would Keep Doors OpenTo ,I. ----T- -.c- .

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AIDS Victims, Board Saysby

tional courses, rather than set up a .
Buster Rahn ( student ad-
parent guardian or class on the study of AIDS
BCT Staff WriterA vocate),the student, if an adult, the separate Since there is no curriculum for
proposed policy for dealing with ptblic health officer, the child's the study of the IIIV virus developedat .
HIV (human immuno deficiency) physician, a district administratorand this time, introducing it into the
virus carriers either students or the school board attorney, shall school system will be undetaken
employees was reviewed and given meet to develop a recommendationas later in the school year following
preliminary approval in the regular to the child's appropriate educa- workshops and reviews by many
meeting Monday. October 19, of the tional environment. Such recom- staff members and officials.
Bradford County School Board. mendation shall immediately be Duncan has set two in-
A public hearing Is set on the AIDS given to the school board. service Supt workshops for school person- .
policy at the Nov 16 board meeting. The school board shall concur nel.The first, to be held at 3:30: p.m.,
In introducing the subject, Supt. with or reject, the committee Wednesday,October 28, is primarilyfor
Jim Duncan told the board "Don't recommendation and upon such action secondary teachers of the high "
take an exclusory position from the make a final decision on the school, middle school and vo-tech, .
beginning." educational program for the student attend 5.1
but other school employees may
Board Chairman Rudney Hall L 1 1r .
replied, "We do not have an ex In all proceedings involving HIV This workshop will include a i
clusory policy." virus,the utmost confidentiality will discussion of preventitive
Both officials be maintained.If /
were emphasizing maintenance, since those teachersare
Bradford County's willingness to the case involves an employee of dealing with older children and _. .. _.. ..__..
allow carriers of the HIV virus to the district, the committee shall be adults. = .- -- i
continue attending classes, or work- composed of, but not limited to, the young The second workshop, set for 2:30: -ti-- .
ing in the system, providing he or employee, his or her legal or .m., Wednesday, November 4, will The Best Boss...
she does not endanger the wellbeingof bargaining unit representative, a p be held for elementary teachers,and Whispering Pines Care Center staff members took Cline and Mrs. Elaine Slocum: director of nursing I
others,as determined through the district administrator, theemployee's will deal with children having con- their boss Fred Cline, above, to the To-Rena and assistant administrator, shared a cake and I
process outlined in the policy. physician, the public genital HIV virus.. Restaurant for lunch Friday Oct. 16, which was National presents back at the center.Employees the photo,at i
However, the policy allows the health officer, and the school board UOSH Day. right are: Janice Jackson. Lorraine Cannon and
school board to provide instructionof attorney.The committee shall makea Public Hearing... Cline has been administrator of WPCC since March Rhonda Cason. Among the group, but not shown, are
HIV carriers in other-than-school recommendation to the school from Jim Hughes Elaine Slocum: Jackie Crews. Neva >
set rating
Duncan has a public 1986. WPCC: received Its fourth superior
environment,if it deems this to be in board and superintendent, with a Supt. to discuss the proposed 11 IIS. Williams and Jeanne Wells.
the best interest of the student and final decision being made by the hearing ,
for 7
board on the status of the employee. school board policy p.m. I !
the student body.
November IS, at the regular school -S ? / '
Carriers of f
the HIV virus .
mayor Bowen's Comments... board meeting. All parents and interested Two Races =
may not develop the disease, AIDS citizens of the county are
(Acquired Immune Deficiency Syn- George Bowen, president of Brad- urged to attend this important (fromp.igcIA) .
drome). ford Education Association, speak- meeting. member of a pioneer family in the O
There is no known HIV carrier in ing for the teacher's union,indicatedhe area, retired as a rural mail carrierin .
Bradford schools,Supt. Duncan says is pleased with the board's deci- Other Agenda Items... 1968, and more recently retired Save small bits of cornflakes, crackers and bread In a closed glass far..
he has been told by County Health sion to write a non-exclusory policy board through a from Roster's Nursery in Starke. Add flour end use to bread chops, meat patties or Hah cakes.
Officer, Dr. Jeffrey I. Rubin. that will allow teachers and other The school sped or"consent" Rosier was a member of the
composed largely '
if lengthy
to continue working,
employees which required no Lawtey council for 16 years,and has 904/388-1955( .
items 473 7969
904/388-2042 -
The Policy... there is no threat to students or co- discussion.The been out of office for two years.
The policy as written by Supt. workers. board is able to move rapidly "Bennett and I voted against raisIng
said he is interested in
Duncan in from to $60
cooperation with county list of items because council salaries $25
through a long
health officials, and was modified the student policy, since teachersare the superintendent's office has per month some years ago, and per FIRST COAST WINDOWS I
(very little) by the board, follows: subject to exposure if a student prepared and published an agenda, they have raised them to $100
Policy on Contagious Diseases develops the virus.. with supporting documents for its month. (I'm opposed to the increase.
Such as the HIV Virus: recommendations. A board member I also oppose the increase in millage Window Replacement and Ports Home I Improvement '
When the superintendent is Teaching About AIDS... pull item from the agendafor rates imposed by the council," says Mobile, Home Insulated Replacement Windows .
notified by the parent, physician or Supt. Duncan said the school may further any discussion, or exclude it Rosier Energy-Saving Solar I S Screening "
public health officer that a studenthas system will undertake the task of from approval, but those items Since selling Roster's Nursery, RescreenIng Cusiom Built Screens. Carports r
a contagious disease,such as the teaching students about the HIV which do not draw opposition are approved Rosier he has joined the Screen Enclosures Patios Soft
HIV virus, a case conference com- virus through existing courses of "honeydo'said club. .
en masse. Mobile Home
mittee composed of at least the science biology and related instruc Willie Strong, incumbent is completing Repairs
his first two year term on the 2565 W Beaver Si Hours:Mon.-frl.8 am-5pm
city councIl. He is self employed as a Jacksonville, FL 32205 Saturday 8a m. to 12 Noon .

Junior FFA'ers Second in DivisionIn masonry contractor. >

Forestry Contest In Lake Cityby '. s .

Joe Gissy Timber Cruising... Tree Identification...

BCT Staff Writer In timber cruising, the dollar The tree identification test locates
The Junior Chapter of the Bradford value of 20 trees must be estimated and marks 50 trees for identifica- 0
High School Future Farmers of using a given value for board feet 01 tion.Points
. America (FFA) placed 2nd Oct.8 in lumber and cords of pulpwood. are scored for each tree >
its division at a forestry field day at The only instrument for measur- correctly named. Seniors competingwere
the campus of the Lake City Com- ing the trees is a Biltmore stick, Tod Parker and Mike Qualls, >
munity College. which is used to determine the tree Juniors were Kristy Harrison and
The Junior Chapter placed 7th diameter as well as the height. Andy Smith.
overall,and the Senior chapter plac- Kevin Jordan, Junior Chapter, won A written test is given to all contestants PRICES GOOD THRU WED.. t?' >
ed 8th. this event, missing the true value by and the scores are combined __ '
only 60( cents. Other contestantswere for each team for the final. i. OCTOBER' 28th. AT' QUR
Lake Butler was first in the Junior Shawn Miller, Jr. Chapter and results. gslp STARKE LOCATION..ONLY J- 'r >.
Division this year. Last year,Starke..Lance Wiggins: who placed! 3rd, bpd ... re .
i'iials! a ,t. un 01 ::1Il' bn. 1i9IId 7 J to r 3t.U
was; first did CSke ButlW&corttl.Thirteen Bo Hersey of the Senior Chapter.Compass -1rfi<.lt ( d >
or fourteen schools com- The entire FFA class was taken to GilbeyfeVodka
peted in the events, both Junior and Course... Palatka October 2 for an elimination

Senior Chapters.The In the compass course, 12 to 15 field trial. At this time, the final
competition is divided into established on the team was chosen and the categoriesof IZUJVI
bearings are + :
five categories, with two membersof ground, and the contestant must competition were assigned to each 4 a
each 10 man team assigned to 1'75 LITER BOCAIIOfl '
reestablish the beanngs using only a participant.In GOLD 80 PROOF .
each category. hand compass. past years the field day had X'x
John Swain and Eric Nugent competed been held at O'lena State Park, just 985 "tee LITER 5" \? >
Land Measurement... for the Senior Chapter, and off U.S. 441 south of Lake City, or at WHITE
In the land measurement Jason Smith and John King for the the Austin Carey Forest of the 33..oz. I

category, a tract of land is to be Juniors. University of Florida, off SR-24,
south of Waldo. 575s VODKA
measured as to acreage by pacing, (
Disease... Lake
or tape is used in the Insect "The diversity of trees on the
no compass >
Senior chapter contestantswere The insects and disease test has 25 City Community College campus /AsdpGarden's
process. Iden- makes this an ideal location for the \ /
Chad Thornton and Wesley insects and 25 diseases to be L
Lester. Junior chapter contestantswere tified from specimens on display. field day," said Vo-Ag instructor
Tommy Hamilton and T.J.Or- Chet Norman and Shannon Carter Greg Alvarez. "Also the availabilityof
ton. Wesley Lester placed in the top were the Seniors, Don Davis and classrooms for the written test are
8 in this competetion. Chris Barfield the Juniors. great advantages. >

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Dick Solze Wins. LONDON DRY JACK >

October 15 VITOS Gin BLACK >

Football ContestFive 'b LITER LABEL
]. i 750 L. '

misses and a 24 point DISTILLED YIELD
tiebreaker guess was good enough to 63 99 THE KEYS 9 >
win Richard C. (Dick) Solze of PIZZA IOMG MDIrr oW HIM 9
Starke the $25 cash prize in The
Telegraph's Oct 15 football contest. >
Solze guessed correctly on

Cleveland, FSU, Denver Baker 964-5509 >
High, Santa Fe, Pittsburgh
Chiefland, Tampa Bay, San Fran-
cisco, Green Bay,Chicago, Georgia >
Bradford High,Notre Dame and UFo 18" 14" 12"LG L
Solze missed on the L.A. Raiders OLD
Miami,N.Y.Giants,L.A.Rams,andDetroit. MED SM

Mrs. Becky Dubolsky, the Oct. 2
winner would have won the Oct. 15
contest but missed the 9p.m.Friday FREEDELIVERY PASSPORT 1.75 LITER
deadline. Ms.
contest entry ''"
Dubolsky also missed five games SCOTCH

but than had Solze.a lower tie breaker score II p 1085 lhempson "

Duane Searle, son of Mrs. Grace LITER 99
Searle of Crystal.Lake,won the Oct.
8 contest.

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TELEGRAPH October 22.111II1

Pge4A Grace Methodist Observes 99th' Birthday

etNTOKiALSLots With Homecoming Service SundayThe

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settlement that later becameLawtey .
apparently grew out of the activities -
Thomas J. Burrs an p..r R
of Capt. .
Englishman who acquired 1S.OOO acres of
virgin timberland in 174 and established
large saw mill operation on the new ,
I Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad two miles south J\ ..11"

of toe present site of Lawtey. :

In 1877.Capt. BIOTin was approached by _
a Dr. Harris, a former newspaperman of
Toledo. Ohio and leader of a group of some
30 Chicagoans interested in colonizing: a .
suitable location in Florida to grow 4FkesT74
oranges and bask in the health-giving rays
of the Florida sun.

Capt. Bumn. a publie-sp rited man interested -
in the growth of the area donated
220 acres of land to the Harris group for
r their proposed town with the provision that
proceeds from the sale of lots would be used J %
to establish schools and churches in the
proposed community which was named
Lawtey at the request of CoL VJ. Ship-

;: : nun a member of the Chicago colony,
whose son-in-law was William Lawtey.

.::.....c:' ..J"T) \ -- -----.'_",'";\... .-"--;_''"-''''' ---- --- ------- ...............---- ....'.-... '--, After several years of struggling to
-- build theneesssry
develop the new town l
and churches, a news
schools yTI
of history on this corner... correspondent from Lawtey reported progress

Two of SUrke't oldest commercial structures on East Call Street. At left,the Rosenberg in the May 25,1888 issue of the Brad-

building,still unrestored: and at right,the town's first bank building now occupied by M.G. ford County Telegraph .
McMillan survey office. Both were built In the 188M.(
Church Lots Donated

The good tunes for which Lawtey has _.. .- .. .
been waiting and laboring for a long time "'- --

Call Street Buildings seem to have come at last. Mr. E.G.Hill, hall
chairman of the Town Trustees, informsme settlers in reaching the goal of their first The floral decorations in the
that within two weeks be has disposedof community church is reflected in the where religious services are presently
Historic BackgroundNew 54 town lots of half acre each and two of following letter written by "A Lady held have been grand. The untiring, noble
Reflect these were donated for a church.It Observer" in the January 3, 1890 issue of and kind-hearted Mrs.L. W Sayles flowers comes
Sunday with her exquisit
that "Mr. W.B. The Telegraph: every
was also reported
choir of late
Smith has started a subscription paper for LAWTEY'S NOBLE MEN The Lawtey
National Registertwo
on the and
It was placed
East mention. Mrs.Tyson
vistas are being opened on Church. The first five deserves special
Call Street as the 74-car parking area years later. a subscriptions Methodist are for $100 each. By the Thelongfelt need, aDd a a real real church beauty,and is near-joy Miss Mauch inspire the congregation with,full

along two blocks of N. Thompson Street The preservation of the 1902 cour- terms of the trust deed executed by Capt. forever it will be. It may not be amiss to their harmony.and Mrs. Hill one,at cannot the organ help to

near completion and the demolition of thouse became the focus of the Board ofTrustees' Bumn to the town trustees,the entire proceeds give credit to whom credit is due,and I am of life activity,

two one-story buildings just west of the activities in the decade of the of the sale of lots will be devoted to informed that W.B. Smith was the instigator observe.
the building of a church and a schoolhouse I prophesy for Lawtey a grand prosperous
of this good work. Although a cripple -
railroad track opened the way for access 1970s, when a Bicentennial grant was and the embellishment of a public he is active, wide-awake agent m future, for Christian men and
from Call Street into the new off- received for a partial rehabilitation of park. Our citizens will now look to see the Lord's work.He it was who induced the women are at the helm. Our public schoolis

street parking facility. the distinctive structure.In something handsome done in this direc- Rev. Bonnell into our midst,which seemsa at present our pride.The teachers Miss

I' The additional parking was already 1984 the Trustees received another tion. godsend to Lawtey, and indirectly to credit McCulley for cultivating and Miss Cohn the young, deserve brain great The
The "something handsome" that was Bradford County as well.
put to good use Tuesday night when an grant of $3,000 from the Florida Bureauof done turned out to be Grace Methodist school entertainment given Thursday
overflow crowd packed City Hall duringthe Historic Preservation for the purposeof Church which observed its 99th Anniversary Next we will have with to mention his estimable Mr. lady Dec 26, was a grand success (receipts to
who came here bell) but
school house ,
hearing of two important zoning surveying the historic, transportation Sunday, Oct. 18. with Homecoming less than two years ago, built a nice house be indicated used in buying that Lawtey a in time to come,
matters of widespread interest. commercial, and political center of services at the historic church on Highway and at once put his shoulder to the wheel will fill our legislative halls with orators.
Call Bradford County. As evidence of the importance 225, just off U.S. 301 in southwest Lawtey. and helped to build up church and state. I Hal Smith proved memory; Joseph

Changes now taking place along placed by the State on the Members and guests enjoyed a covered am informed that he donated $300 towardthe Thomas, natural genius for oratory; Miss
Street illustrate the new emphasis on significance of the Call Street District is dish dinner after the morning sermon church. He was also made treasurer Florence McCulley surprised all in her

historic preservation that is a growing the fact that only seven applications delivered by Rev. Ballard Simmons and does all the work gratis. recitations and acting in "Over The Hillsto

trend in all parts of the U.S. Since the 20 submitted statewidewere pastor of the First Umted Methodist Furthermore,when the masons came to The Poor House."

mid-1960s historic preservation has experienced from among the No. 5 on Church in Starke, and a former pastor of lay the foundation of the church, this man The school is deficient in school furniture
funded and Starke was Grace Methodist m 1948-19.Among the out-
a metamorphosis in popularity formerLawteyite. and wife boarded them,and even helped in and other accommodations for
Hallie Jones,
the favored list. of-town guests was the actual work all without compensation.Now educational It is a pity that this
and public acceptance.As .now of St. Augustine,who was
"Call Street has architectural as wellas attending his first service m the old churchin they board Mr. Black, the architect, want is not supplied at once by the enter-
pointed out in the final report of a Its buildings without pay until the church is completed prising citizens. The common school is the
Historic Properties Survey made of Call historical significance. 40 years. so that his real subscription will more than sole foundation on which rests our liberty
"In embody an important period in the Rev. Jim Thompkins. now in his fourth double his first donation.I home and safety. When the common schoolis
com- "
Street two years ago, many development of commercial architec- year as pastor of Grace Methodist has presume Mr. Biddle is a Methodist, but retarded, it is a danger signal; and curs-
munities where buildings, structures,or ture in Florida. A number of them date hopes of having the church which is he says he wants more than one denomination ed, cursed, ten thousand times cursed be
historic sites and objects have survivedover from the late 19th Century and reflectan typical of late 19th century architecture, to have a church in Lawtey, and when he who retards or raises a ruthless hand

time... there has been an organized Itauanate design influence. Given placed on the National Register of Historic they get ready to build, just come to him against the common school.

effort to identify, evaluate, and protectthe as a Places. and he will help. Any town can't help but ... A Lady Observer
and sites possessing the context of its early development The pleasure and pride of the Lawtey build up when it has such a man.
buildings result of the construction of the Florida
cultural or aesthetic values in a community railroad during the late 1850s. Call '"
; Street contains a number of the older Letters to the Editor

"The survey of historic sites ana and better designed masonry commer- JI I5!

buildings that the Bradford County cial buildings in Florida.

Historical Board of Trustees initiated in Efforts are now being made to -J Concerned Fan's Letter about Spirit Draws Mixed Response

December 1984 was the essential first revitalize and beautify Call Street, the

step in the process of restoration of this town's first main thoroughfare for both since it would have been very'late when would they know which cheer to do next?" -

district, and offers the basis for for- commercial and residential use. It is Dear Editor: they got home. It would have been dif In regard to the band, they NEED new
mulating a plan of action to As a PROUD parent and Booster of the been home As it
preservethe the historic commercial, political and ferent if it had a game. uniforms. Unfortunately,uniforms are ex
cultural "Spirit of Bradford" Band I would like to had to be at the band room at
community's significant and went they Their rejects (ready for the
center for Starke Editor printedin pensive.
transportation the letter to
to Band
resources." It was this survey that It is respond 7:30 a.m., to go to the Azalea dump) will be passed on to the middle
surrounding Bradford County. last week's Telegraph.I and didn't
resulted in gaining Call Street a coveted Festival on Saturday morning school band- safety pins, rips, worn
of hoped that Call Street's position on the waited an extra day before writing this return until around 11:40: p.m. places, six-inch hems and all. The band
position on The National Register National Register and the current improvements letter because I was so outraged at the The band is there for the overwhelming practices hard and performs the same

Historic Places- prestigious list of financed largely by a Com- direct "slap" in the face of the band majority of football gamesoften being show each week in preparation and hopes

structures deemed by the U.S. Depart- Development Block Grant, will members as written by a"concerned fan". the only group actively cheering for the of receiving a "superior" rating at com-
ment of Interior to be worthy of preser- munity to Call Street en- It is quite obvious to me that the writer football team. The exception to this is the petition. What's wrong with their resting .
vation for their historic and/or architec- bring recognition was upset that the Tornadoes lost last football players' parents- ConcernedFan up and having time to prepare for their activities -
courage public and private investment, week and has taken out his anger and pointed out. ?
tural value to the community in which
from the band but the
businesses frustration not only on
and attract new .
This brings me to my next suggestion.To The Song"-., all the students
exist as well as the as a well.
they U.S. cheerleaders and fans as
tourists passing through the city on help build more spirit and unity, it don't know it, or that there are words to it.

whole. band-would like to would be appropriate for the football It should be played during the games and
The report continued: "Although the 301.These With regard to the and sit players and cheerleaders to give moral after touchdowns. I'm for more musical
activities fan" to come
historic preservation ask the concerned: to the band when they are competing ..
historical within the of support support.
resources City planned streetscape improvements, including with me by the band at ANY football game of their Band Festivals.
in some
Starke and its environs are significant, and off-street and dare to say the "Spirit of Bradford"has about is fair play The ians I've approached their
period lighting Turn tell
to our cheerleaders. Let me
and if the football team response
no discernible preservation effort, in no spirit.When Non-anonymously,
made parking, together with the recent scores at all. the band "raises the roof" Linda Wilson,Starke about a player's family who sat behind me
the traditional sense, was before establishment of Santa Fe Community when in the stands. at the Macclenny game. They (parents included
1973. That the Florida State criticized the players, the plays,
year College Starke Center in the 1902 to"A Concerned Fan" )
Legislature, recognizing the value of anchor in the With regard to the field show-our band Response the coaches,the umpires,the band and the
courthouse- important hours of bard work matter of and as
Bradford Courthousenot puts in many many It's obviously a opinion cheerleadersNEVER an encouraging
the 1902 County historic districtwill go far to revive practicing the kge'levve everyone the saying goes... everyone has one. word! They yelled plenty loud but it was
only to the community, but also the Call Street and help return it to the proud of bow can per The cheerleaders practice very hard. obtrusive, obnoxious and never positive.,

State, passed House Bill No. 2094, pivotal role it once played as the centerof form. This includes students ages 1418. cheer their hearts out at to a
Would the"concerned fan" prefer a band They games As for the coaching staff and plays, I do
creating the Bradford County Historical activity in Starke and Bradford Coun that sounds like fingernails down a passive crowd who ignores them, rarely not care to voice an opinion.
Board of Trustees and designating the award-wuming band Joins in,rarely gives them encouraging applause -
ty. chalkboard to the
1902 Courthouse as a State historic site. bothered to really and never stands on the old standard Back to uniformsband members,
have?Have ever
they you cheerleaders and other athletic teams
"Two bits- cheer I Most of the student -
,.. 10 the music playedin ,
listen to the
must do fund-raisers or furnish their
body stands in the end zone or walks
the stands? The music is not exactly the uniforms and extra equipment (courtesy
the fence. What became of "Pep Clubs"?
I same each week. What became of the"Four Horsemen"? of parents' pockets) and the uniforms remain -
iJ r Performing Arts Series Given Wide Support I I am really ashamed of bow this Brad- school property. The football
ford County 'concerned fan"could berate At the out-of-town games (of which this players' uniforms and equipment (also
such a hardworking group-especially considering "concerned fan" seems to know nothing), school property) are provided with very
I Counties, have shown their appreciation that when the Spirit of the crowd response is an opposite story. little "out of pocket" expense. I am not
A milestone[ In the cultural history of these performing arts Bradford"* travels anywhere they are You should see those girls react to a referring to special shoes or socks, acci-

I of Starke and Bradford County will events In a most gratifying way- by very well-behaved ladies and gentlemento responsive crowd! They really get into the dent insurance, etc. All the athletes haveto ,.
1 be reached next week when the 1987 make Bradford County PROUD to have cheers As for resting, could you yell nonstop provide these items.I just feel the sports
I Fall Festival of the Performing turning out In large on them as representatives of our county. for two hours or more? Could you donations should be more evenly divided.
each occasion, exceeding even the Jump around for two hours non-slop If
Arts, sponsored by Santa Fe Community size of audiences attending when the I am ASHAMED of a "concerned fan"and they didn't stop to check the field, how Hersey
I College, marks Its tenth an- as many people have been hurt
same artists made appearances In demeaning statements in
by your
niversary In our community.This .
Gainesville.Over your letter.I Two New Burning ProgramsThe I

year the fall season is doubly the decade audienceshere am PROUD and LOVING of the
significant since It also marks the past "SPIRIT Of BRADFORD" Band and Division of Forestry has been offering lion tune not including any assistance
: have been treated to entertain- burning from the ranger for conducting the burn,
regret YOUR LACK OP SUPPORT.A two low-cost prescribed programs ,
i second year of the Starke Festival of ment that ran the gamut of all per- for forest and non-forest lan-t) with a $15 minimum charge. '

the Arts, likewise sponsored by forming arts Including drama, both SPIRITED BAND PARENT AND downers for the past seven years. Since The changes include an increase in contract
SFCC, which wax an outstanding and comic music from PROUD!) Burch these programs were initiated in 1980 there burning rates from $3.50 per acre to'
success In Its first season last fall. tragic have been little or no changes in their $5 per acre for the first SO acres, $3.50 an
J classical to Jazz, and song and dance structure.However,with I increases in fuel acre for additional acreage.Fireunes used
Both of these commitments by from modern to folk. It Is an oppor- Dear Editor: prices equipment maintenance and salary. to be included in the $3.50 an acre price

Santa Fe to the entertainment and tunity seldom afforded to audiencesin This letter Is in to the Concerned increases coupled with possible liability but the landowner will now pay the price e&'
1 cultural life( of the community, arecoming mall towns such as ours... an Fan letter you published last week. ,made the Division bas seen fit to firelines operationminimum at $27.50 an charge hour$25.00 equipment
these services tom existing
t close together this year opportunity to see top performances"live" I agree that there is a problem of spirit, conditions. Stand-by Burning Is now referred to as

with the Arts Festival opening on and In the flesh, rather than at football game 1 would like to offer': The two services)that will be affected by! burning assistance. Landowners will be

Jefferson Street this Saturday for atwoday mere electronic Jmages on the some suggestions of my own.It seems that these changes are the"Contract Pre crlb-l[ charged for equipment operation at
run, and the PerformingArts television screen. the students band and cheerleaders could ed Burning" program and the "Stand-by $27.50/hr. plus any hourly rate for
work together more easily if there was amore Burning" program. Contract Prescribed assistance. Rangers will now assist In the
rfe.-opening Thursday Oct. While expressing appreciation for clearly defined "cheering section". Burning involved a contract between the actual burning along with the landowner.For .
29, with q piano concert by Brian all that has been brought to us dur- The band needs to be more strategically landowners and the division where the those persons Interested in these

Oanz winner of the.Kftional Young ing the past ten years, we await placed instead of being so far away from Division would burn forest or range land programs, they're still a low cost form of
Chopin Competition New.York CI- everyone ei e.Tbeab"rdentsection'touldbe for a landowner with forest Improvement range and Umber stand Improvement sitspreparation
with eager anticipation the future placed close to tbem. This would give ['protection goals for S3.SO an acre.Stand- and fire hazard rhythm.Contact
ty. treats that are yet to come throughour the cheerleaders more definite audience by Burning was Intended to supply ranger. your local county forester or .

I The people of Bradford County, as association with Santa Fe Community to cheer with personnel and equipment on the.scene forest area supervisor for more detailed > I'

well' ai neighboring Clay and Union College. Asa parent of a band member. 1 was while the landowner In description of these changes. Call either, V_ ,
thankful that the bead did to the case of escape. The only charge for this OCal.21t)01'M4-M&for further in.: r .' Iformation.

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Lawtey Resident CatersTo rill

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Zita Shuford had to be described in Just one word, that word would be 4
"busy". Mrs. Shuford, a second-year accounting major at Santa Pe Com- Weddings Births O Club News
munity College, takes 15 hours of classes at the SFCC Starke Center is an >
advisor for one youth group and teaches a 5th and 6th grade religion class at Engagements, ,o Church. News Social. Event-
her church, in addition to being in the Altar Society at her church and a >
Daisy Scout leader.As if that were not enough,she is also a wife and has two
children. Somehow, Mrs. Shuford stil finds time In her already overloaded
schedule to operate a small catering business on the side. Dinner Theatre Coming >
Mrs. Shuford's catering business began about five years ago with cakes.
Although she makes cakes for all occasions(including weddings),children's
cakes are her specialty. Big Bird, Cookie Monster and Teddy Bears are the A bit of commedy comes to town pected to find he is beset by >
children's cakes most ordered. When Mrs. Shuford began making cakes for Nov. 13-14-13 and Nov.20-21 when the 'spirits" all with problems of their
children's parties, she realized how reluctant the adults at the parties were Bradford Players and the Junior own.Through some clever schemes, >
to eat after the children. It was then that Mrs.Shuford came up with the idea Woman's Club of STarke present the author eventually finds the
of making two cakes for the parties,one for the adults and an Individual "Lo and Behold"! peace he had hoped for.
cake for the child. The evening will begin with a Other characters include Milo's >
Mrs. Shuford's catering business expanded to include party foods when scrumptuousdinnerpreparedbythe lawyer Ms. Wingate (played by
people began asking her to provide more than just cakes to their parties. ri. Ruth Riddick), the young doctor
Mrs. Shuford prepares the foods and has the hostess pick them up. If the theatre presentation "Lo and Robert Dorsey (played by Richard >
hostess is short on time,however, Mrs. Shuford delivers the food to the par- Behold! which is a hilarious exMuse), the Indian spirit Minnetonka .
ty.The Good Grief..Let's Eat! perience that will keep you chucltlSmall! Flower (played by Chris >
following recipes are Just a few of the delicious party foods Mrs. Mrs.Zita Shuford of Lawtey looks over some of her homemade catering ing. Davidson/Carol Barnauskas), Kenneth .
Shuford can prepare for all occasions. Although Mrs. Shuford does use delicacies before they disappear onto someone else's table. The story revolves around Milo Moore (played by Daniel Mar _
cookbooks for some of her recipes, the following recipes are her own. Alcott (played by Bill Wilson)who is tin), Honey Wainwright (played by ,"
a cynical author with some unusual Laurie Conti/Claudine Greenlee), ,
CHEESE BALL ideas about life and his hereafter. and Jack McDougal (played by Ber-
1 Ib. sharp or extra sharp Cheddar cheese, grated After dining on his last feast me Akridge).
1 stick butter prepared by his pretty cook Daisy Tickets available now at Chas-
1/4 cup white wine Durdle (played by Shan Johns), he tain's Jewelry or Mitchell's Drug
8 oz. cream cheese dies, happily returning to stage as a Store, both on Call St. Seating
\Vt tsp. crazy mixed-up salt Announcing.Cynthia .... .. ..... ........ ghost. capacity is limited so make your
Instead of the solitude he had explans now for an enjoyable evening..

Make sure all ingredients are room temperature.Beat all ingredients with Bell Garry Goetzman, Jr.
mixer until smooth. Put in bowl and serve with crackers or toast. Can be GreenYarborough
Joe and
Deborah Bell of Le-
and Lori Goetzman of
bowl. Chill until needed. Also Garry __
by putting in 12 oz. plastic wrapped
Jeune N.C. of
announces the birth Starke announce the birth of a son,
good rolled in chopped pecans or almonds. their daughter, Cynthia Yvonne, Garry Ralph Goetzman, Jr., born
TURNOVERS born Oct. 14 at Onslow Memorial Oct. 9 in Shands Hospital. Garry, Engagement ToldMr.
Hospital in Jacksonville, N.C. Cyn- Jr.,weighed 6 Ib. 15 oz.He joins a 2% _
1 Ib. roast beef, cubed salt thia joins a 8 yr.-old-brother, Jamie year old sister, Sheena. .and Mrs. Stanley Green of Brooker announce the engagement and approaching -
2 carrots Vi tsp.crazy mixed-up and a 2-yr-old sister, Wendy. Maternal grandparents are marriage of their daughter Deborah Jane Green of Tallahassee,
1 potato ft envelope dry soup mix Maternal grandparents are Ed- Raiford and Nancy Tetstone of to Ronald David Yarborough of Tallahassee, son of Mrs. Vivian Kane and
1 egg V4 cup sour cream ward D. and Joyce Crews of Lawtey. Waldo.Great-grandmother is Obelia Mr. Wesley Yarborough of Jacksonville.The .
1 pkg. refrigerated pie shells Great-grandparents are Mr. and Tetstone of Brooker. wedding will be an event of Nov. 7, 1981 at Wakulla Springs Lodge in
Mrs. George C. Martin of O'Brien Paternal grandparents are Wakulla, Fla., (14 miles South of Tallahassee on Hwy. 61)).
Place roast, carrots, potato, and onion soup mix in small grin and the late M.J. and Artie Allbrit- George and Barbara Goetzman of The bride-elect Is a 1985 graduate of Fla. State university. The groom-
and cook for 1 hour at 350 degrees. Cool. Blend in food processor or ton of Live Oak.Paternal Starke. elect is a 1975 graduate of Temple Christian School.No .
coarsely. Mix with egg and crazy mixed-up salt. Add sour cream. grandparents are local invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invitedto
Cut 2 inch circles from pie shells. Place spoonful of filling on circle, fold Charles D. and Dot Rorer of the wedding.
top and seal. Brush tops with milk or egg and bake at 350 for 20 minutes or LaVerange, Tenn. Great- Travis Clark __u__
until golden brown.Makes 32.Can be made in advance and frozen.Reheat at grandmother is Mrs. Mary Suiter of Donald and Charlotte Clark of

350 for 10-15( minutes. Paducah, Ky. Starke announce the birth of a son, Planning your Special Day
Travis Roy, born Oct. 7.
MARINATED SAUSAGES Maternal grandparents are Mr. Smart Brides always
3 Ib. smoked sausage, cut into tt-3/4 inch slices and Mrs. Joseph Telken of Starke. choose
IMi cup brown sugar Paternal grandparents are JamesH. our famousInvitations
1/4 cup spicy mustard NormanWhiteheadReunion Clark of Green Cove Springs.
3 cups apple juice Oct. 24-25 Great grandmother is Mrs. Dean
Covert of Tehachapi, Calif.
Mix brown sugar and mustard until blended. Add apple juice. Mix well. Descendants of Samuel Norman f
Put sausage slices into a small size browning bag.Pour apple Juice mixture and William Whitehead will gatherfor 2 y yI :
over, secure end and store in refrigerator 12-24 hours. their annual family reunion this
Two hours before serving,take sausages from refrigerator.Cut 3 or 4 slits weekend, Oct. 2425. BHS Career Day
The weekend will with the
in bag, place bag in shallow pan and bake at 323 for 2 hours. Serve hot. begin
peanut boiling Saturday at 6:30 p.m. To Be Oct 27
PUNCH at the New River Fire Station, next
door to Leslie Whitehead on CR 235. The 1981 Bradford High School
12 oz. can frozen fruit punch Please bring along a cold drink and College/Career Day Program will
12 oz. can frozen lemonade lawn chair. be held on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in the Good taste needn't be expeiuivc.Our beautiful Flower Wedding
Hi school library. Lice catalog prove this with over 300 samples of outs landing
Sunday the main event will be held 4
Two 46 oz. cans pineapple juice, frozen from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lake Approximately 50 representativesfrom Invitation,Announcement and Personalized Acceuorle.
2 pkg. unsweetened tropical punch Kool-Aid Butler Community Center in Lake community colleges, univerSIties created using exquisite paper,lettering style and workmanship.
Two 2-liter 7-Up, Sprite or Ginger Ale Butler. vocational schools, and the It feature Heliograving rich raised lettering,elegant a*the /
armed fined craftsmanship yet costing to little!Come see our complete
forces will be providing infor-
r... ..Put frozen fruit punch, lemonade, sugar, and Kool-Aid into a one-gaUon family Bring pictures family,and food family, drink history.A old. mation to this year's juniors. and selection and choose the perfect invitation for your wedding
gallon. Chill. Freeze pineapple juice 1
container. Add water to make one seniors. -
business meeting will begin at Prompt Service mad Outstanding Quality
unopened.To 12:30 with lunch A This is a wonderful opportunity for
: Sunday following.
make punch, place one fro*" pineapple juice in punch bowl. Add % door prize will be given away this students to gain information from LEILAS DRESS A: GIFT SHOP /
punch mixture and one 2-liter soft drink. Makes fifty 7-oz. cups. year. the best possible sources. The 819 SO. WALNUT.
Any questions should be asked parents and community are invitedto STARKE,FL. 32091
Virginia Crews, Brooker, 4851055. attend.
Woman's Club Has Speaker from Hope Lodge of Gville

a short talk about her experience ;STARK r ),
Ned Cannon, a volunteer ad- gave tTE ""STARKIPLAZA-- VI11I; : ] _i
ministrative officer of Hope Lodgein when attending the HOBY '452 WMwtedisvrv I
Gainesville, was speaker at the state seminar this spring. Miss DOOM THUHIOAV /
meeting of the Woman's Club on Shields was a winner in an essay ..JPAtATKAPolatkaMall JACKSONVILLE. I ': ''" ",-OCALA V ";;'' "' '. ; OPEN AT SAM
14. Introduced by contest and placed in top finalists of > ',"Loe.tlon., : ,k.MAR'SHCT.It; ; w
Mrs. Marjorie Thomson Education the state.Miss Shield's mother Mrs. ">4OOUS1S" "I .' JM J*I"M**'......** [(_ V/SA /
Chairman Mr. Cannon told the Carolyn Stevenson, accompaniedher.
history of! the founding of Hope Quantity /
Lodge which was built to furnish Mrs. Mona Canova gave the in- Rights Reserved
lodging for cancer patients' families vocation and devotional precedingthe
and assist patients receiving luncheon. Mrs. Herbert Thomas, STARKE PLAZA SPRING MILLS /
treatments at Gainesville hospitals. president, conducted the business A
There are other Hope Lodges in meeting. Mrs. Linda Sheffield was G R 7Tv 452 W. MADISON ST. BRONCOPOPLIN /
the country, but the Gainesville welcomed as a new member.

Lodge building is the only for specifically this purposethe designed lace The cloth head and table the was centerpiece covered with was a .L"I..L: V5

an arrangement of roses,fall daisies
others were converted from existing
Assorted colora160'oN
Construction of this lodge and foliage. The individual tables
was financed from pledges from had small centerpieces with fall the bolt 996 yd /
Winn Dixie employees and matching chrysanthemums, cocks-comb and OR starker PlaiaOnlyl
pledge from Wins Dixie Foundation. foliage arrangements placed at van- Polyester & CottonHALLOWEEN
Other pledges have been made Including tage points.
some from Women's Clubs. Mrs.Thomson was assisted by her
committee, Jeanie Biggs, Mona
The American Cancer Society '
and maintains the Lodge Canova, Muriel Norman, Shirley OjP "Black-
manages charitable gifts and Douglas, Jane Trawick, Dot Sale to 45"wide440yd
through community private contributions. Mr. Cannon Hazel Nolan, Mary Sue Rahn and OPEN DAILY FRF patter '

showed a video of Hope Lodge, Pat Scoggins. 9-9
which was furnished by Maxie Nor Your choice... i x cis tyorFo her't
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receiving outpatient treat- Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Med- INTERFACING MfJ thru Sat so/e ALL PURPOSE
ment which includes one other per- ford Connelly, Mrs.Joseph Stephenson .3 YDS FUSABLE ft lCarkePls aClmlr WHITE
son, if the patient needs) help. and Miss Lillian Stump attended Sj p
Holly Shields,the HOB represen- the FFWC District IV Officers .4 YDS SEW-IN OPEN WEAVE S pr/qrs Oily FABRICS
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:-= meeting of the Gainesville "fr .. .
.. St. Augustine Diocesan Deaw) ..'
Catholic Women, was Luncheon followed at the Holiday
: Faith Parish in alnelvWe.The Inn. Mrs. Julleanne Brown was the

... .. meeting was conducted by the guest speaker on the subject of
.. .... president Doris Muller Parliamentary procedure.
,, OelProposto. Among special guestsat Attending the meeting and lun-
:.> the meeting were Cheryl O'Con- cheon from St. Edward's Parish
nor of Jacksonville, the St were Altar Society President, Betty
r Augustine Diocesan President, Dazlnski. Antoinette COM, Deanery
Sister Becky Rutkowski of Jackson- Secretary, Ann Gingras. Sophie !\
ville, Mildred Bailey and Dolores Kimutis, Josephine Cumber Mary I

.._"s Hankin past Diocesan presidents, Humphries, Pauline Oe chger, Kay.
<* and Hildegarde Ruper, all of Richards and Dolores M ng.
r During the business session, af-
:;. filiation members were encouragedto Evangelism '87
:: participate in works of charity In-

...".. cluding the Respite Program, Revival at Boy/ess/
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,... Special People Programs, I
'.,'." wi D I'ty pl; Baptist Oct. 2527On .-

t Sunday, Oct. 25. Bayless
Gospel Sing Highway Baptist Church will beginits
revival which will continue
.. At Lawtey Baptist through Tuesday evening. Oct. 27. Dr.Lamar McDaniel

-.. This Saturday, Oct. 24 there will Sunday morning services will
.''" be a Gospel Sing at First Baptist begin at 11 a.m., with Rev. Greg Church of God
Church of Lawtey beginning at 7:30 Douglas of Leesburg as guest

:. ,'_ n,_"_" H'W 4.17S ""'_' '. --- ... ..- speaker. There will be dinner on the Plans Revival
: p.m.Featured singers will be the Donn ground following morning service.
Fitch Family from Milan,Tenn. and services will begin at 7 p.m.

; 'Round- U p Tim e' At Madison Street Baptist Sunday from the Calvary Starke Baptist Church Quartet nightly.At the. Sunday evening service, ---HomecomingThe Starke Church of God will be

Rev. Grayson McNeill, Pastor, In- Gospel Servants from
with Dr.
revival Oct.
.-2 This old-fashioned family Is getting ready to enjoy horse to church, so don't be bashful about dressing up vites all to attend. will sing. Monday and Tuesday, holding E. Lamar a McDaniel from
: "Round-Up Time" this Sunday at Madison Street Bapfor this western affair. Buddy Ball will be leading the con- Baltimore, Md. speaking. Dr.
-.. tist Church as they celebrate a good old-fashioned day The day will begin with 9:45 Bible Study, followed by gregational singing. Suzanne McDaniel is renowned minister in
service.Afternoon activities will Hope BaptistHomecoming Strickland will also be bringing a
:c rounding up prospects and absentees. worship Include dinner
.. ... the Church of God on a state, na-
.. on the grounds and a good old-fashioned fellowship time, Oct. 25 special music during the services. level.
:: The Andy Jordan family of Starke Invites everyone to ending about 3 or.4 p.m. Madison St. Baptist Is located atcome Tuesday evening Rev. Eddie tional and international
"= to church Sunday. The pastor will be riding a 900 W. Madison St., (CR 100) in Starke. Hope Baptist Church will observe Blalock s choir from New Oak Grove Dr. McDaniel will be guest
-:-.'. their lllth Homecoming on Sunday, Baptist Church of Alachua will be speaker Sunday at the Church's 55th
,, Oct. 25.Basket. singing. homecoming festivities and will
-... lunch is planned for 1 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to preach revival services each evening
I..'\0--..... Sunday School will be 10 a.m., come worship. A nursery will be provided through Friday, Oct. 30, at 7:30:
followed by morning worship at 11 for newborns through 2 years p.m. each evening ((6 p.m. on Sun).

'' of age. Mrs. McDaniel, a professional
'Preserve Old Records' Told UDC Meeting a.m.An afternoon gospel sing will be musician and teacher, will be
featured with the Buck Family. ministering in music.
There will be no evening service. All Charge Conf. Set Dr. McDaniel was at the Starke
v* interested are invited to at- Church 26 when
; some
.c The importance of preserving old Blanch Otto exhibited a scrapbook mean to our children and grand- tend. persons Methodist ChurchThe years ago saved
people were ,bap-
.,,- records was the subject discussed atc.'t album she had kept of the 32nd reunion children in years to come. Preservethis thirty young Dr.
tized and the church.
the meeting of the W.T. Weeks of the Florida Division United information for them in writing. The Sullivans annual business conference joined
.y. Chapter, UDC, held Monday, Oct. 19 Confederate Veterans, which took They might not appreciate it now but (Charge Conference) is planned for McDaniel is a tremendous minister handof
at the Bradford Family Restaurant. place on Sept. 26, 1927 com- will later on. To Sing This WeekThe Sunday, Oct. 25 at the First United and the church extends a warm
:.'.". memorating the Battle of Marianna.Mrs. Gifts were collected for thechapter's Methodist Church. welcome to the community to
Otto a Rev. McCoy Gibbs, Gainesville come worship during these special
was Alderman at adopted vet at the VA
-'i will be at the Souls
: Mrs. Mildred Weisgerber read ex- that time and was one of the Maidsof Hospital in Gainesville. group District Superintendent, will services.
cerpts from an old Registrar Record Honor in this celebration.Mrs. Outreach Mission in Hampton today preach at the 11 a.m. worship ser- The Starke Church of God is
(Thursday, Oct. 22), at 7:30: p.m. located at 422 N.St.Clair St.,Starke.
; Book compiled by the Joseph Marguerite Hall gave the The luncheon table had center- vice and will preside over the con-
will then have
,j. Wheeler Chapter, UDC, which was devotional on"The End of a GoldenString" pieces of United States and Con- They Oct. 23 a at Graham ference to follow the service. Rev. John Spratlin is the pastor.
_, the chapter in Starke preceding the asking the group to think Federate flags grouped together. Friday Church. Yearly reports will be made Homecoming services will begin
;. W.T. Weeks Chapter. This Registrar back on their lives and rememberthe Guests present were Mrs. Blanch Otto Baptist interested is invited to church officers elected and annual with Sunday School at 10 a.m.,
contains records that could be Invaluable Anyone business will be conducted duringthe followed by morning worship at 11
: golden happenings and how Mrs. Mildred Frick of Starke and
come out and enjoy these good old-
=< to their descendants. much Southern conference. a.m. and dinner on the grounds at
Heritage may Mrs. Emma Campeljohn of Miami. fashioned gospel .
sings.CORBETTS .
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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week(except
a limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill r
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tor0' *
TELEGRAPH and must be'dropped off at the nadoes and their opponent combined In the '
Dt\1.e5 TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after. tiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score In the Tor

'&'eek\y 00 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the nado game was Tornadoes 19. Opponents 7,the cor' V 1
'" team you think will win or"tie" If you think the game rect score was 26 points.
.,'lC. will end In a tie..The person who picks the most 4)) All decisions of the judges are final. A second
games right will win the top prize. tiebreaker will be used If necessary.

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Orange Street Rezoning Approved 3-2 by City Coun cil ,

(from pagecenters IA) the Place opened June 8. this store has "Mrs.Sandberg's quotes concerningme .
ing, "we made whole area com- position to rezoning the parcel to BP repaired.The Incorrect." "
mercial when allowed Winn- (Business/Professional) than stores will provide additional become number one In volume in its were -
should be out on the edge of we an opportunity -
town." Dixie to go in there. We shouldn't require formerly, but that their plans for employment, and expand the local division, containing 91 stores. The Biggs to speak gave to everyone the issue,after which
to the whole building attractive, low tax base. The project will be division extends from Jacksonvilleto
When no one else wished to speak Huggins carry Impact he moved to grant the request.
and south to
effecton Valdosta (Ga. ,
retail stores beneficial and have positive
against the request,Chairman Biggs load. very nearly meets the Commissioner Silcox seconded the
from Commissioners Biggs, Crosby and BP classification. the community, said Andrews. Deland.
moved to rezone the parcel wantto motion, but Indicated a concesssion
RlC to B2. Vernon Silcox voted to approve the Andrews' reference to BP Guy Andrews told the commissioners Andrews said, "People don't Belco Enterprise would be
understand how see us stop the clock, or to turn it by
with Commis- classification referred to he doesn't
In Justifying his position Biggs request to rezone, a suggestion welcome.
said Starke is a shopping center for a sioners Charles Schaefer and Mayor by the zoning board to utilize the anything other than retail stores can back.
large area. The business section is Travis Woods voting no. property as a buffer zone between be placed on the strip of land. Bill Jackson supported"The the An-An- Widening the Street...?
out, and ".,we can't stop it. Market Place and residences; by drews request, by saying
said the Florida Depart-
rushing W-D Number One... drews aren't going to put a sawmillor Silcox
Andrews ., offices
to consider the good of the Property. constructing professional on of will not con-
the As ment Transportation
machine shop on property.
Lester Crews' com-
whole community. Tom Andrews, co-owner of Belco the property.Andrews Rebutting I recommend approvalof sider a traffic light at the intersec-
a taxpayer
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Enterprises with Guy Andrews, his told commissioners the ments about shopping centers, Andrews the tion of Madison and Orange Streets
seconded the motion, pointing! out father, spoke for rezoning the Belco water flowing down Orange St. said, "Placing shopping Zoning request.Board Member Claire until the offset is corrected. He ask-
that the Huggins property is no owned parcel. recently was caused by a broken centers on the edge of town has been reminded the commissionersthat ed the Andrews if they will be willing
longer suitable for a.residence. Say- Andrews. said he is hearing. less op. sprinkler! : head, which has been tried. Since the Winn-Dixie- Market Capps the zoning board recommendedthe to contribute to the Orange St.right-,

upgrading of Orange St., and the of-way south of Madison, in order to
sewer system,prior to any construction straighten the road.
in the area. Tommy Andrews replied, the city
s. S 6 now owns 20 ft. of land west of the
Proper Use...? Orange St. pavement, and "we'll
Zoning Board Member Albert Lee work with the city...! think we can
Crosby said, "money will prevail accomplish the job. When pressedfor
and that disturbs me." Crosby said a firm answer Tommy Andrews
Andrews knew the zoning classification said, "a few more feet will be no problem
I. when the purchased the property ,"
and indicated the total land use Zoning Director O'Neal told com-
plan should be considered prior to a missioners the city must approvethe
final decision. site plan, giving them some
Crosby said he had presented the voice in the final plans.
request to land use planners in adjacent Mayor Woods called for the vote,
counties, and none had agreedthe which duplicated the 3-2 vote on the
parcel should be rezoned for Huggins property.
retail stores.In .
closing, Crosby said, "the issue
F-150 F-250 F-350 Joke...?
\ isn't Andrews and his money, its Hearing a
whether or not its proper use of the Allen Jones, who lives on East
\ land." Market Road, came to the podium,
Manual Transmision and told the commissioners, "Your
Residents Oppose... public hearing is a joke. People mayas
Residents Sandberg, Black and well stayed home and watchedthe
Crews presented many of the same ball game. It was interesting,
arguements presented in the earlier and I got lesson here tonight."
Huggins case. Jones complained about the man-
Mrs. Sandberg told of a conversation ner in which Market Road is graded,
she had with Guy Andrews, in and received assurance the city will
her home, in reference to a buffer look into the matter.
wall. She indicated she requested a
10 ft. concrete block wall betweenthe Other Matters...
store buildings and residences, Zoning board affairs ran late into
and Andrews indicated the 4 ft. wire the evening, but the commissioners
srrrr fence is sufficient. completed a short agenda of routine
Later on, Guy Andrews said items, prior to adjournment.

Hampton Council Gets I

New Membersby

1988 E-I5O

Joe Gissy since Kenneth' Brown retired,"

BCT Staff WriterA Padgett said.Church .

and new seated Hampton at council the first was regular swornin Fee Kept...

$9495Drive meeting since the September elec- City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth suggested
SHOP THIS the council return a building
tion.Frank Bryant and John Allen took permit fee paid by the First Chris.
the oath of office administered by tian Church.
Mayor Elwood Padgett. Ida "The Council is the zoning board
Creighton had already been seatedat for the city of Hampton," the mayor
a special meeting the first Fridayof stated. "The clerk issues building
Out Tax Included October. permits and we haw building Inspector -

.... i..'. .. ," The.fees are. needed,to....
.. .., Curtis is Chairman... help offset these expenses, he said.

,.. Council chairman Walden
Firemen Needed...
withdrew from the
II_ chairmanship Wadsworth due to the fact there The fire department has been
88 Bronco4x2 were only three councilmen presentat training with the new fire truck,and
List $14,049. the special meeting at which he is hoping to recruit some additional
was appointed."I volunteers. Anyone interested
XL Trim Discount $1.678. feel the whole council should should contact city hall.
= have a say in selecting the chair- Hoses for the new truck have been
SHOP THIS '--' --- $12,371. man," he said, and accepted the given by Lawtey Correctional In-
Discount $876. nomination of Ted Curtis to be stitution, the unit still needs boots,
Drive Out reinstated as chairman. No other gloves, and hose nozzles. These pur-
$11,495. nominations were made, and the chases were approved.On .
vote was unanimous. Ida Creightonis
$574.75 vice-chairman of the council. other action:
Marshal Harvey Bassinger
$30. Water Dept.... reported one accident and two thefts
Water Dept. employee Walter have been investigated, and two
-- $12,099.75 Rhoden was terminated this week by "Slow,Children Playing"signs have
He had repaired a been ordered. "Traffic is under con-
Mayor Padgett.
FORD Cash trol," he said.
$500. leaking water pipe, but didn fill the
hole left in the street,and was intoxicated -No more jamborees will be held
on the job, said the mayor. until warm weather in the spring,
"Our labor expense has doubled the council decided.

11599.75 Rec News :

A Halloween Party is set from 315; Pratt Street Recreation Center.
p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday,Oct. 30, at the Children in grades 1-8 may attend.
Prizes will be given for games
1988 LX
1988 Crown Mustang I played.Refreshments.
INDEPENDENT will be served.

Victoria LOADED! List $10,924 CHURCH OF GOD New Exercises...

OF PROPHECY INC. New classes for exercise and
select from SALE Revival Center aerobics are scheduled to begin Nov.
3 to
==== 301 North 2138 N. Temple A.... 2 at the Old Armory (the Starke
W.d. 7 p.m. Sun. 2:30 p.m.FLA.TWIN Recreation Department) on N.Temple -
Avenue and Adkins Street in

Class are scheduled Monday-
THEATRE Thursday. Aerobic dance, 5:306p.m.

964-5431 Exercise, 6-7 p.m.
Starke Prices vary, depending on the

*Open Every Night amount Cheryl Godwin of days, instructor.attended per week.

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Evening to. hlp 6 p.m.
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Where the students "
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fuelUltimate" major arson. Rev. Stephen R. Pippin, Factor
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J* With approved credit $500. .cash applies as cash down. 301 DRIVE-IN HOME BIBLE STUDY

Starke 964.7484 The Bible Course. II I taught In your
FRI. SAT. SUN home free of'charge. -
This Is a non-denominational study
Terwille r Motors fUn bated only on what""ft MithKn
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October ZZ, 1987 TELEGRAPH Page IA

By Dolores I Meng CJS Ghosts and Goblins Gather Gleefully

Sightseers Return...
Mrs. Dot Mitzel and ween Poster Contest were: 1st place At Area Schools
Smith returned home Mrs. Bette prices: Chastity. Jones Erik Scog- J
on Oct. 13
gins, Clay Muse
following one week on a scenic tour. Charlotte Smith, Mark Smith and \
They visited relatives and friends In
Maryland, Virginia and Penn- rSylvania Place prizes were: Donny Winning Smith 2nd, On* littte, two llttlt, that tlttla, / witches m'r.W
At White Hall, Md., they Bambi Rhoden,John McMillan,Jen Flying over hay itackt,flying over ditch**
spent Wright some and time with Eleanor nifer Glenn, Jennifer Searcy, Donny Flying over the moon on a broom full of switches
family. Jones and Frank Williams.3rd place Heigh, Hol Hallowttn't here/ ,
Dot's I
son, Steve
Orwig of
prizes were awarded to Nikkl Baker ,

with COCkeysvlUe.z.Md.them. They .are, returned spending home this Roger Mitzel, Amanda Meng, Alicia Brooker Elementary... Lawtey Elementary...

weekend together and he plans to fly and Baker, April Scoggins, Carrie Jones The Brooker Elementary School P.T.A. will hold its annual Halloween Lawtey Elementary School
back home Sunday. Morgan Esty Carnival this Saturday, Oct. 24. "This year's carnival will be hosting its annual PTO Halloween
Dot and Bette enjoyed visiting Honor Roll Students... one of the best ever, with all the traditional activities as well as new Carnival this Saturday, Oct. 24.
former homes and schools. They Certificates for students receiving ones, such as a Video Arcade," says Principal Bill McRae. The traditional fried and smoked
report very lovely fall foliage and all A's for the first six weeks grading The raffle, always a big money-maker, will be popular again this mullet dinners will be served con
beautiful scenery on the trip. period will be awarded on Friday. year with the following items being given away: a Browning 12 ga. sisting of fish, cole slaw, baked
Hampton Elementary Oct. 23. pump shotgun, a 19" color TV, a BMX bicycle, a $200 gift certificateand beans, hushpuppies and ice! tea.
Mrs. LeBlanc Receiving all A's are: 1st grade: a beautiful I mulU-colored handmade afghan, generously donated Dinners will begin at 5 p.m., with
SurprisedOn Nikki Baker, Nena Contois, Chastity by Betty Mason. Tickets for the raffle will be on sale at the Car booths opening at 5:30.:

Oct. 15, Mrs. Mindy LeBlanc Jones, Melody Barr, Deena nival.r\ of special interest to the little A costume parade will begin the evening at 5 p.m., with prizes bo-
was pleasantly surprised with a Crawford Detria Ford, Krista Fu- ones will be Boo Boo the Clown, ing to winners in each age group or grade group. There will be more
baby shower given by her 4th grade qua, Jason Lovell,Jessica back from booths than
Marshall. Tallahassee by popular ever this year some of which include the Duck Pond
class.for two They months had quietly to saved money Roberta Searcy, Jassy Starling endMelody demand. po Cake Walk, Dragon Crawl. Jack-c-Lantem, Ring Toss, Fish Pond,
Gator present a unique Youngblood. 2nd grade: The festivities will begin with a Bingo[ Dunking Booth, Animal Walk, Concession Stand, Bowling,
baby bunting outfit to their Peter Aguinaldo, Clay Archey, Vicki parade to the school Computer Games
teacher. at 4:30: p.m., Hayride, Sweet Tooth Booth, and Haunted House.
Hutto, John McMillan, Paul Phillips with the Carnival Raffle items this
Mrs. Claudette Frees opening at 5 p.m. year are a Winchester 12 ga. pump shotgun
and Mrs. and Amanda Rowland. 3rd grade: A chicken (vented rib) La-
special and rice supper, a -Boy Reclina/Rocker from Denmark Furniture
Mary Kyle planned the party. Hope ArCheY Jaclyn Crews, Jen always a favorite, will be served a VCR unit Cabbage Patch Dolls and a car battery from Douglas
They were assisted by Mrs. Sallye nifer Glenn, Kirchaine, Shaun beginning at S p.m. Battery of Starke..
Sccogins who baked the cake Muse, and Jason McCullough. 4th The PTA Country music will be
carnival the main provided by "Wanted Alive". Come out and
decorated with block
a baby
theme. grade: Tori Hersey. 5th grade-Jen
Table decorations consisted fund raising activity of the year for enjoy the festivities!I
of a nifer Darley. Brooker
Elementary School. Last
balloon centerpiece bouquet holding
a variety of useful baby items. Friends To Honor year's carnival raised over

Carnival Plans... Librarian WeeksThe $6,000.'M$ Starke Elementary...

from 6-9 p.m. Rather than have an evening car
Friends of the Southside ..
theannualllampton Halloween Library coredully Elementary. nival, Starke Elementary's "very
nival will be held at school. Carnival invite you to attend Open Get your pumpkins in a row and come on down to the Southside successful idea" has been a "Fall
Chairman Louis Marney announces House, honoring Arnold D. Weeks, Elementary Carnival set for Friday, Oct. 30 from S-9 p.m. During Fun Day" which is held at school
there will be prizes and good times Jr., October 23, 1987 between the the evening there will be a costume parade contest. There will be during school hours, Friday, Oct.
for all. Hamburgers, hot dogs hours of 3 and 4:30: p.m. at the Brad- judging done for all ages. 30, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Studentsare
beverages and desserts will be sola ford County Public Library. This year's raffle will be for encouraged to wear their
at concession stands. Other attractions Mr. Weeks is leaving the library to three cash prizes- $ISO for first costumes to school.

will be Bingo, Cakewalk, Coun accept the position of Library Administrator place, $100 for second, and $SO for Each: class wills e'6 obth-: there will be Face Painting, Cow
try Store, clown acts and a dunking in Clay County. third place Among the booths at Fishing, Treasure hunt, Duck Pond, Relay Races, Disco Dancing,
The is welcome.
booth. Everyone is invited to come, public this year's carnival will be Cupcake Walk, and Bingo. More "treats" are on hand with the PTA
preferably in costumes, and enjoy Members of DuPont Homemade Doughnuts, Go Fishin, (7 Sweet Shop, a Magic Show a Safety Show by Fla. Power& Light,
the evening. Bean Bag Toss, Treasure Chest, >? and a Treat Bag for each student from the PTA.

Poster Winners... 25-Year Club Animal Petting and Photo Pen, This year's raffle with be for two scooters, a football, a radio, and
Cakewalk, Country Store and a Barbie doll.
Those winning prizes for the Hallo- Enjoy/ Annual Dinner
Bingo. We will also have a Haunted This is a novel idea sure to be thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated
Eighty-five members of the Du- House and Coke Wagon. by all the students!
Pont 25 Year Club held their annual Enticing foods will include
School Menus dinner meeting at the Starke Golf & chicken and rice, chili, and hot
Country Club, Friday, Oct. 9. dogs, in addition to many sweet
Outgoing President John A. Ruf- things to eat 11 I Cadettes PlanHalloween
October 26-30 fiN welcomed and congratulatednew
Bradford Elem.&Middle School club members- vollie W. Party

Monday i Cheeseburger on bun later tots but- Browning, S.A. Gardner, Jr., S.J. .# Girl Scout Cadette Troop 520 and

tend TuFxUyi corn, ,Pig pudding in the milk.blanket, cole slaw baked Osteen and L.A. Redding, Jr.upon t Hampton Elementary... the Bradford County Public Library -
beau,fruit:in jello, milk: acquiring 25 years service with Du- / 1 are sponsoring a Halloween Party
Wednesday Taco w/meat cheese lettuce ft Pont in 1987. Hampton's School Carnival will Tuesday, Oct. 27.Preschoolers ,'4j
tomato com on the cob fruit. milK Plant Manager Donald V. Luebke g be Friday, Oct. 30 from 6-9 p.m. '
through of
Thursday! Spiced ham sandwich beans There will be a cake walk. Con years +
presented an insight into the state of
are invited to the from
age 4
w/bacon carrot chocolate party to
stw apple pie w/top cession stands will sell ham
ping, milk the business and expressed appreciation 5 p.m. The party will be held at the
t rlday Chicken it rice, cheese stix, buttered for the dedication of Du- burgers, chili, hot dogs, soft drinks Library and the First United
green peas fruit cup cookie biscuits, milk. Pont Florida Plant employees, both and plenty of desserts. Methodist Church.
those retired and the workforce The chairman of this year's car
Bradford High SchoolMonday children will be treated to a
nival again is Louis Marney, phone
Pizza garden salad, buttered corn, 468-1840. miN-cake walk, fishing games,
cherry pie milk Club officers appointed for the refreshments and'scary' film.
Tueidayi, Hamburger steak rice*gravy,greenlime 1987-88 year were Shirley H. Judging for best costumes with r
beans, sweet potato pie biscuits, milk Douglas, president Daniel W. '
Wednesday! Chicken nuggets, macaroni ftcheesa ; prizes awarded will be a special
green beans fruit cup cookie not rolls Prater, Jr., vice president; and J event of the afternoon. There Is no
milt. Mary Humphries, secretary. Bradford Middle School... admission just goodies to munch on
Thursday Sloppy Joe on bun french fries, Recognition was given to HerbertA. '
and lots of fun for
peaches, butterscotch brownie milM. The Middle School will again everyone. Mar
Nelson oldest
Friday Tacos w/meat ft cheese lettuce ft retiree, and Shirley have a drese-up day on Friday, .
(tomatoes...'baked, AlaCarte.Cheeseburgers beans, fruit)jello,cookie,milk H. Douglas, retiring at the youngest Oct. 30. Special recognition will be

... .. age.Retired given. Here's your opportunity to
Mo. french Cries, pizza Plant Manager Charles R.
milkshakes,O.J. ,,,,.,?,,, show the real youl
Hager, now residing in Indialantic,
Tuesday: Corndogs french pizza.
milkshakes,0 J. was among those present.
Wednesday Hamburgers french Cries,corndog, Members enjoyed the fellowshipand
pizza milkshakes reminiscing about happeningsof
Thursday, Corndog french fries, pizza,
milkshakes, O.J. previous years. Many expressed
Friday, Cheeseburgers, pizza french fries, appreciation to the company for
.milkshakes hosting this annual affair, and said
!:ach day students have a choice,of a hot lunch they looked forward to next year'smeeting.
salad bar or they may purchase a la-carte .



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8" TELEGRAPII October 22, .987


Keystone Heights Is HornA ecoming Foe For 3-3 BUS Tornadoes at HomeY

dogfight, says Coach David good hard runner. Starting left half
H of the upcoming football is Chad Hovsepian, No. 21, 3-10,
game with Keystone Heights High 150-11. Ryan Shute, No, 28, a starting
School. linebacker, subs for Hovespian and
It .la also homecoming for Brad is a strong, hard runner. Y NIt'
ford High. In passing situations, KHIIS goes

KHHS,2-3 coming into the contest, back into the shotgun and throws v,1T tlc" n
is expected to have trouble with the Or, QB Stanley, an excellent .

tough defense Bradford High has ex medium range thrower, will sprint
hibited all year long, Coach Hurse out. Favorite passing plays are the
predicts. Of course, the Tornadoes rollout to the right half Taylor; a
.have had trouble moving the footballso pass to the set back who comes all
far, and will have to put it all the way across line and on which the
together to move the football on tight end and and wideout are also

KHHS, Coach Hurse says. targets.
The KHHS offense .is a well drilled Jason Green, No. 82, 6-7, 195-11, is
unit which specializes in blockingwell a carbon copy of tall and tough tight

on the offensive line, says then end Matt Rhoden, and plays tight
end too.Indian.

._= .._, Defense... ;

KHHS runs a 'SO' defense, with I
five down linemen.

The Tornadoes faced a 50 defenseat 4 f ) '.
Bishop Kenny last week. f I II

Middle guard is Bobby Willis No.

60, 5-10,160-11. Matt Cole, 5-8, 175-12 ; :4

another quick lineman, subs at middle
guard. ,
The tackles are Tim Givens, No.

44, 5-10,180-11, and Shawn tike, No.
68, 6-1, 215-11.
t arr The KHHS defense ends hit and

read. Strong end is Jason Green, No. tla ""' w ? ,
89, 6-2, 195-11. Weak side end is Jeff

Hall, No 42, 6-2, 180-11.

The two inside linebackers are big .... -'Tm ,. '' ''
"'fr" ': 0.... r:+"t r-rrw=' : Matt Rhoden, No. 88, 6-2, 220-12( and Way to Operate a Defense. ascot
Ryan Shute, No. 28, 6-1, 190-11, the .. PtKMl
ky Mto wid Leek ..
best hitters on the Indian eleven. Linebacker Bill Hamilton collars Bishop Kenny running back Carl caught by a face mask hold. It wasn't until late"In the second half when rfmwl I
Rhoden is big and strong, and pursues Tremble. Defensive end Jimmy Long No. 85, has been laid low. Inside the BUS defense tightened up. By then Bishop Kenny had rulled
well. Shute is strong quick, and linebacker Malachi Jenkins got outside to turn Tremble inside but got yards of offense up 276
plays all over the field. Monster man

W 1r Kenny was Tough 1 'n9W

A Nightmare... Test for TornadoesBishop ,

Coach Mike Sexton tightens up,

wishing his defense would do the Kenny may have been 1-3 traveled only 20 yards before going
same on Bishop Kenny. but it took all the Tornado eleven out of bounds.

could muster to make it 1-4 in a hard Then Bishop Kenny used big

BUS scouting report. There is no I"a fought battle on the banks of the fullback Kessler Holzendorf, 6-2,205, y Ww} Wt

blazing speed, but with the size up St.Johns River last Friday night, up the middle for gains of 7, 14, and 5
front, the Indians are capable of Oct 16. yards to the BHS one foot line QB
knocking opponents off the line. The It was Bishop Kenny's homecom- Todd Dunn sneaked the football in
size to which the scouting report ing and the two opponents fought for the score. A poor hold caused the
refers is led by tackle Bob tooth and toenail before Bradford BK extra point attempt to fail, but t

Buckwalter, No. 78,6-5,280-11; tight s came away with a 12-6 win, and the Crusaders led 6-0 with 7::04 left in
end Matt Rhoden, No. 88,6-2,220-12. evened its season record at 33. the second period. vYYq
The pair anchor the right side of the The defense pulled it out, said
KHHS line and is where the Indians Coach David Hurse. Bishop Kenny First Tornado TO..,

look when they need yardage. ran the Tornado ends and had 285 Bradford came right back, driving [

Running from a wishbone offen- r yards of offense to 175 for Bradford, 75 yards in 15 plays to tie the game ''k1EfPl: t-
[ LM
sive setup, the Indians run the optiona but the Bradford defense got tough 6-6 on the final play of the first half. a '
lot, go off-tackle behind down close to the Tornado goal. And, Malachi Jenkins' extra point veeredto
Buckwalter and Rhoden, and pass a a in the end the Tornado defense shut the left in the face of the wind off

good bit. Favorite receivers are big down the Crusader running attack, the St.Johns. ;,.",,
Rhoden, who splits out and plays with strong side defensive end Jim- Big plays were QB John Berry's 1 {
wideout; right half Eric Taylor, No. my Long, who had to play in pain passes of 16 yards to tailback Greg \ < 1 j
22 145-12 and left end from a sore shoulder
Mike making three Pittman and 22 yards to tight end
DeKeyser, No. I, 5-9,140-11. r big plays on end runs to stop Kenny's Malachi Jenkins who slid on his back xy

Indian quarterback is Aaron A Tornado Lift... final drive with any time left. A final across the Bishop Kenny goal. Officials Mw
Stanley No. 15, 61, 165-12. Stanley, series of three passes netted Kenny placed the football at the one t41 s
who was injured and did not appear Cheerleader Elizabeth Rowell only one yard. foot line and BHS got a time out call- '
in the preseason jamboree here, is a gets a lift from teammate Selena Bishop Kenny scored first, on a second ed with one second left on the second .
tall, right handed thrower with a Norman as they try to get the Tor. try The Crusaders, using up period clock to plan the TD play
great arm. Stanley has average nadoese aroused.is most of the first period, drove 95 Tailback Pittman leaped high over

speed, sprints out on his passes, and Tim Hardee, No. 11, 5-10,140-10. yards in 16 plays but were stopped at the pile at the goal line for, the
has good protection. The quarterback Free safety is Eric Taylor, No. 22, the three yard line by a tough Tornado touchdown to tie the game 6-6 at
will also run the football. the half offense goal line defense But BK got a halftime. -
right on or QB
Having trouble moving the Toot- second try from the BHS[ 26 when The ........ "_ ,..li..... .. .'. ,
Aaron Standey, No. 15. Chad Hovse- drive started with QB Berry I ." -.. .........:-w.', >: -,.- '''''' -
ball on the ground In John Berry's punt spiraled high into
previous pian, No 21, who plays left half on
games, the 2-3 Indians have gone to offense and who also plays some at the wind coming off the St.Johns and See Pag 12 Inside Pursuit...

the pass. But QB Stanley has thrown monster, plays one corner in the Crusader q6 Todd Dunn I
..... few five costly interceptions in the past secondary. Tabbed the best Indian Legal Notices linebacker Bill Hamilton. gets yardage before being collared by Inside
defensive back is Mike DeKeyser; ,
Favorite Indian running plays No. 1, the starting left end, who is the
are: 1) the left half dive off right starting right corner and also plays
tackle behind Buckwalter and NOIlCbOHNTENT I plaint or petition P. O. Box 579 the aforesaid Execution

Rhoden 2)) the sweep right off a fake safety Hubbard 6-1 160-11 who Suwannee River Economic Council DATED this 20th day of October, Starke, Fla. 32091 DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF
Marty Inc.. hereby announces Notice of Intent 1987. ATTORNEY FOR
to the wide receiver, 3) the fullback PERSONAL REPRESEN BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
has good hands and speed subs at
to administer the HRS Low Incom. TATIVE
power dive with an unbalanced line, S. BROWNAs : 10/8 4tchg 10/29
left corner Weatheriiotlon Program in the Clerk of the Court James R. Flynn Esq.
four players on one side of the .
Seven Indian players go both 8 county SREC S.rvlc. Area, from the By: Beulah Moody 405 W. Georgia Street NOTICE
center. And the Indians the OF INTENTIONTO
run qg; ways. present time to end of existing contract Deputy Clerk Starke, Fl. 32091
tion play, too, for which the wishoneoffense So far this season, the Indians It Is anticipated that approximately 10/22/tchg 11/12 Telephone: 964.4667 FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME
is made. have beaten P.K.Yonge 28-0 and $72.000 will be spent on 10/15 21chg 10/2" Pursuant
to Section 865 09, Florida
Best Indian ball carriers are Eric Clay High 14-8 They have lost to weatherization materials before Statutes
Taylor, No. 22, who broke a 60 yard 27-12 to Cross City Dixie County, March 31. 1988. All materials purchased Suwannee NOTICE River OF INTENT the undersigned notice ,I i.Alan hereby D. Hutch.given _that.
run against Chiefland, and fullback 24-13 to Williston, and last week 2413to must meet minimum standards a.publi.h.d Inc., hereby announces Notice Council.of Intent NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Route 2, Box 272, Starke, Fla., sol.own.r .

in the Federal
Keith Harper, No. 40, 5-11, 185-12. a Chiefland. Materials are secured by Suwannee Register to administer the HRS Low-Income FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME doing business under the firm

River Economic Council Inc.. issuing o Weatherization Program In the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida name Hutchison's/ Specialty Co..
8. SREC Route 2. Bon 272, Starke, Fla. 32MI.
county Service Area from the
purchase order to Vendor Statute. notice I I.
participating -
hereby given that
Beats GainesvilleIn Intend to register said fictitious
present time to end of name
based existing eon-
on the
prices All
quoted local It undersigned, ABAR SALES. INC., under the aforesaid statute.Dated .
tract. Is
building materials suppliers who anticipated opprox P. O. Box 3458, leke Fla.
City 32056.
I Imately $78.000 will be this 29th day of Sept., A.D..
desire to do business with Suwannee spent onw.olh.rlzotlon sole owner doing business under the 1987, In Bradford
Girl's River Economic Council, Inc.. should corp.ntry.repolr labor firm name of STARKE CLEANERS. IOSB County.
VolleyballThe before March 31, 1988, In the 8 10/1 4tpd 10/22
submit a letter to the Executive Director county Edward Road, Sterke, Fla. 32091, intends
P. O Box 70, Live Oak, Florida SREC Service Area. to register said fictitious name
Gainesville volleyball team 32060 so stating This letter should b.po.tmark.d Minimum requirements are a letterof under the aforesaid statute. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
A Loss To
.. .
Clay High. reference from local
a business
visited Starke on Thursday Oct. 25 before October 30 1987. person Dated this 24th day of September, REGISTER
The Tornadoes Green or minister, proof of required local FICTITIOUS NAME
and went three went to Vendors will be selected on quality 1987, In Bradford County
Tornado games against the Cove Sprigs on Monday Oct. 19, and materials for lowest prices. licenses, a certificate of Insurance 10/1 4tchg 10/22 Pursuant to Section 863.O9. Florida
netters but lost
the matchto
showing comprehensive liability Insurance Statutes, notice I I.
dropped a three game match to Clay 10/222tch9: 10/29 hereby given that
an inspired Tornado team. High. that include premises and the undersigned, Alan D. Hutcheson,
The first game was Bradford all The first for completed operation. Workman PUBLIC HEARINGThe Route 2. Box 272, Starke, Fla.. sole
was an
the way, ending at a score of 157. the Tornado game 15-6 but easy win lost NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn Compensation Is deducted from the Bradford County School Board, owner, doing business under the firm
Gainesville came back in the second their concentration girls, and, made they 10/15/87. CARVER REAGAN labor check If not carried by the Con Starke. Florida will hold a Public name of Telephone Services Route 2,
game and won 159. The third game a FARMS. P. O. Box 40, Archer, Fl. tractor Hearing on o proposed AdministrativeRule Box 272, Starve. Fla. 32091, Intends to
was pulled out of the fire from a 10-0 number of mental errors, losing the 32611, made application for water use A meeting will be held at SREC in and Board Policy: S6GX4.4.52 register said fictitious name under the
deficit by excellent serving by next two games, and the match, 8-13 permit 287.001 19 for an average daily live Oak at the Main Office, 119 HIV VIRUS aforesaid statute.
LaShaun Butler and Janet Kennedy. and 715. Tangie Pittman was the withdrawal of 0.0272 million gallonsper Wilbur Street on October 30. 1987, at This Public Hearing will be held in Dated this 29th day of Sept., A.D.,
Very good blocking by Kendra leading server with 8 points.A day from ground waters located In 10:30: a.m. All those Interested In the the School Board Room of the School 1987 In Bradford County.

Butler and Momka Williams con- Section 09, Township 06 South, Range program should be in attendance. Administrative Offlc.., 582 N. Temple 10/1 4lpd 10/22
tributed to the win. "This was one of Win At N. Marion... 21 East, Bradford County, Florida, for 10/2221chg 1029IN Avenue, Starke, Florida, on November '
our best matches," said Coach Inez The Tornadoes travelled. to Ocala agricultural use*. 16, 1987 at 7 p.m. NOTICE OF INTENTION
Written objections or comments on Copies of this proposed board rule TO REGISTER
See Page 11 this application may be filed, with the may be obtained at the Superintendent FICTITIOUS NAME
Board of the '. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
FIRST PUBLIC JmARINO l'f0TtCE' Governing Suwannee THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Offices between S a.m and 4:30
River Water Management District BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA p.m.. Monday through Friday Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that
Route 3, Box 64. Live Oak Flo 32060, This I I. In compliance with the the undersigned AlAI SALIS, INC..
The City of Lawtey in considering applying to the Florida Department of until 11/16/87. File PROBATE DIVISION Florida Statutes, Chapter 120.54 a* P. O. Bon 3458. Lake City Fla. 320M.
Number 8791.CPDlvl.lon
Community Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Community DevelopmentBlock Itchg 1022IN enacted by the 1974 Florida sole owner, doing business under the

Grant (CDBG) of up to $42500000. IN RE: ESTATE OF 1.3870 legislature. firm of NEW METHOD CLEANERS 311
These funds must be used for one of the following purposes: THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH EDWARD L. KAISER Jim Duncan. Superintendent N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. 32091, intends -
1. To benefit low and moderate Income persons; or JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Deceased. Bradford County School to register said fictitious name
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slumsor BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 10223tch9115NOTICE under the aforesaid statute.
blight; or Case No. 383-CA administration of the Estate of Dated this 24th day of September
3. To meet other Community Development needs I IN RE: The Marriage of EDWARD L. KAISER, deceased, file A.D., 1987 In Bradford County
having a particular urgency because existing WILLIAM JAMES REED, number 87.91.CP, is pending in the OF SHERIFF'S SALE 10/1 .tchg10/22
conditions pose a serious and immediate threatto Husband Circuit Court for Bradford County,
NOTICE is hereby given that I, DolphE.
the health or welfare of the community and ,and Florida, Probate Division the addressof Reddish, a* sheriff of Bradford
where other financial resources are not available 4 CAROL JEAN REED, which Is Storke, Florida. County, Florida, under and by virtue of FICTITIOUS NAME
to meet such needs. Wife. The names and addresses of the Writ of Execution, to wit: STATUTE AFFIDAVIT
The category of activities for which these funds may be used are In the NOTICE OF ACTIONCONSTRUCTIVE personal representative and the per Execution Issued out of County GREENACRESTURF'

| areas of Housing and Neighborhood RevItalization and Include such SERVICE tonal representative attorney are set Court of Alachua County, Florida, pursuant Rt. I, Box 797Alawtey.
forth below. 32OM
activities housing rehabilitation clearance to a Final Judgement for Florida
physical improvement as STATE '
: All Interested!
j" water and sewer Improvements street Improvements, drainage and Address Unknown persona are required Pest Control of Gainesville Florida, COUNTY OF' BRADFORDOn
neighborhood facilities. Additional Information regarding the range ofI to file with this court WITHIN THREE and against Earl W. Ray defendant In
_\ YOU ARE NOTIFIED that this day personally appeared
., activities that may be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing. (for Dissolution of Marriage has been THIS NOTICE: ( ) all claims againstthe the amount of $702.95. together withco.t. before me, an officer duly authorized

.O' ,. For each activity that is proposed at least 51% of the funds must benefit filed against you and you are requiredto estate and ((2)) any objection by on Hove* of seized collection and have in my possession to administer oaths Nancy 1. Ralstonand
low and moderate Income persona. serve a copy of your writtendefenses. Interested person to whom notice was the described Michael R. Moody who being
following personalproperty
In developing an application for submission to DCA the City of Lawtey j If any. to It on Eug.n. F. mailed that challenges the validity of to.wit- first duly sworn depose and soy:
( must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned S Shaw Husband Attorney, whose ocI.Ir. the will, the qualification of the personal Snapper Rider lawn Mower, Model Th. names of all the person Interested -
;. CDBO activities. addition the City of Lawtey is required to develope a d ..* Is 92S-E: North Temple Avenue representative, venue, orlurbtdlction No. 30IIX5S, Serial No. 53094618 In the business' conducted
V I plan to assist displaced persona. Starke. Florida 32091 on or before of the court. A* the property of the above named under the foregoing fictitious name,
l': i i The public hearing to receive citizens views concerning the Community's CHousing ). t, 1987. and file the original ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT defendant and that on Monday, the of and them the extej of the Interest of each
and Community Development needs will be held in Lawtey City with the clerk of this court either SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 2nd day of November 1987 at 2'00 NAME In laid business' Is a* follow:

";' ': Hall on Monday. November 2. 1987. at 8:30 P.M. To obtain additional before, service on husband attorneyor Publication of this Notice has begunon p.m. on said day on the premise of Nancy J. Ralston INTEREST
j I, Information concerning the Public Hearing, contact Ms. Queen Immediately thereafter; otherwiseo October 15 1987.PERSONAL. the Bradford County Jail I will offerfar Michael R. 50%
"O" Florida I default will be entered against you REPRESENTATIVE: sole and tell to the bidder Moody 30%
t Robinson City Clerk. Lawtey City hall, P.O. Drawer Lawtey highest
i 32068. or call ((904) 7823454. for /the relief demanded In the com Robert W. Mllner. Jr., for cosh in hand the above described'property Signed, Nancy J. Ralston
a a Carol Ann Mllner of said defendant to satisfy R. Moody
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It Will Be A Battle

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When BHS-KHHS Play

4t Tornado footballers are banged up again this week. Albritton'i chronic '
a and sore, and must face a big neck muscle injury recurred In the ,
Keystone High team in a battle for Baker game and he did not play I
area bragging rights in the Bradford against Bishop Kenny. '
.1 : High homecoming game at 8 p.m. Former starting center Mike 'I
r Friday, Oct. 23. Stillwell, No. 50, 185-12, has been
The BHS gridders played one of playing well and plays at the guard
their toughest, most physical teamsat position when Albritton is out.
r Bishop Kenny last week. The Tor- Stillwell gives the Tornadoes an ex-
r y T nadoes didn't even put on pads Mon- perienced competent center and
r day. Tuesday they did, and the prac- guard who can move in and play
.' tice went very well with some good when needed,
,' T': hitting Defensive end Jimmy Long, a
A IYf : Coach David Hurse is nursing standout in the second half of the BK
along the injured players and expects game, still Is nursing his sore
everyone to be ready to play shoulder but Is expected to play.
tomorrow night. Beating KHHS,2-3, The Tornadoes also have the ser-
would put Bradford over the .500 vices of tackle Reggie Leverson, No.
mark for the season. 72, 190-11, who became eligible to
Running back Rodney Mosley, an play at the end of the six-weeks, the
important player on both offense only one of four academically in-
and defense, turned an ankle in the eligible players to stick it out and I
BK game, had it taped up, and make the team.Leverson .
played the entire game. Mosley dressed out for the BK
stood around at practice Tuesday game and played some.
but is expected to be ready. Against Keystone, Coach Hurse
Photo by Jwll forguwn Running back Greg Pittman also the Tornado winged-T
Tornadoes Swarm to Stop Running Back Tremble... had a sprained ankle the week formation, "...and run what we

I The Crusader running back didn't have such good luck on this play as BUS defenders. No.80, Is Chris Dlnklns. No. 32 is cornerback Darrln Pat- before, but ran fine in the BK game know best" and hope it's good
and didn't hurt the ankle further. enough.
the Tornado defense swarms to stop him. Tremble Is In the grasp of two terson. No. 71 is Keith Jenkins.
Starting guard Matthew Albritton, S.. 12A
No. 61, 160-12, is expected to play Page .

I Jenkins, Long, Jenkins are Players of the Week for Defense.. I

Defensive end Jimmy Long, 12 carries and by fullback Kessler On third down came the Crusaderend game of the season, say both Coach Hurse both say the Tornadoes touchdown. Mosley had one run of 26
linebacker Malachi Jenkins, and Holzendorf, who carried 6 times for sweep, the bread and butter of Hurse and Coach Sexton. weren't mentally ready to play foot- yards, a dash, from the BHS nine
defensive tackle and linebacker 48 yards. the Bishop Kenny offense. TornadoDE Still, Coach Sexton isn't satisfied ball. That was true in the Fernan- yard line out to the 35.Then a 47 yard
Keith Jenkins have been named BHS scored with 6:47 remaining in Jimmy Long avoided a block, with the Tornadoes giving up 276 dina game and now Bishop Kenny, punt by QB Berry put Kenny star-
defensive players of the week for the the fourth period,and missed the ex- stepped up and nailed Tremble, yards of offense. "I was very disa- Sexton points out. ting from its 17 yard line.
Bishop Kenny game by Coach Mike tra point. So, Bishop Kenny could holding the gain to a yard. pointed in our over-all defensive Mosley and Pittman were named
Sexton, the defensive coordinator. have won with a touchdown and an Then came the biggest play of the play," said Coach Sexton, pointing Offensive Line... Tornado backs of the week for the
Long led the team with 12 in- extra point, and had plenty of timein game. Bishop Kenny faced a fourth out BK kept turning the Tornado The Tornado offensive line went in Bishop Kenny game.
dividual tackles and 2 assists. which to score. down with a long three yards to go ends and there was a lack of pursuit spurts, but had those two drives, 75 Fullback Clint Reed gained 32
Malachi Jenkins had 9 tackles and 2 The Bishop Kenny drive startedout from the Tornado 44 And here came from the inside. yards in the first period and 72 in the yards in 9 carries.
assists, and Keith Jenkins had 8 like the others,with runs of 9,4,9, running back Tremble on the option Sexton points out the Tornado fourth period. QB John Berry completed just two
tackles and 4 assists. 8, 11 yards for a first down at midfield play right, trying to turn the Tor- defense rose to the occaSSlOn with its "The offensive line has made passes both crucial completions on
Head Coach David Hurse pointsout The outcome of the game look- nado end. This time, DE Jimmy goal line stand in the first period, some big strides. I'm proud of the ef- the first touchdown drive. The first
the Tornado offense put together ed uncertain. Running back Carl Long, sore shoulder and all, fired up after Kenny drove 95 yards to the fort those players have come up was to RB Pittman for 16 yards anda
two touchdown drives for the 12-6 Tremble was still turning the Tor- quickly to throw Tremble for a six BUS 3, and failed to score. with," says Coach Sexton. The two first down at the BHS 45. The se-
victory. The offensive line had to be nado ends. yard loss I The fourth period fourth downplay touchdown drives in the BK game cond was for 22 yards to tight end
doing some things right to put those The Tornado most responsible for Bradford took over at the 50, ran and the foal line stand were were very crucial Sexton points out. Malachi Jenkins who slid across the
two drives together, without which containing end runs is the strong three plays and punted. Kenny got very critical Coach Sexton says. The offensive linemen are: center goal line on his back and footballwas
the game couldn't have been won. side defensive end, the position held the football back with just under a The BUS defense made the big plays Terry Whitehead, guards Mike placed on the BK one foot line,
But Hurse says, the defense pull by junior Jimmy Long, No. 85, minute to play. Three Crusader when it had to. Stilwell and Chris Durban, tackles setting up the first touchdown.
ed the game out by finally stopping 170-11. passes, thrown under pressure from But, Sexton asks, what if Bishop Andy Tison and and Allen Wood and
Bishop Kenny in the fourth period. Bishop Kenny was going great Tornado defenders, netted a single Kenny had been a better team tight end Ed Douglas. The Missing Movie...
The Crusaders, until the final guns, with a first down at its 49 yard yard before the final whistle blew. A Another time, maybe the Tornadoes Rodney Mosley,the starting rover A move of the BK game is'lost.
drive in the fourth period, had run line. On first down QB Dunn kept to group of Tornado broke through on won't be able to make the big play, back on defense, playing part-time Therefore, Tornado coaches cannotdo
over the Tornado defense for 276 the left, but DE Jimmy Long broke the first incomplete pass. On second the defensive mentor points out. offense at running back, led the Tor- their usual breakdown of the
yards, mainly gained by tailback through the Crusader line and nailed down defensive end Chris Dinkins nado in rushing with 49 yards in 7 game.
Carl Tremble who gained 153 yardsin QB Dunn for a yard's loss. pressured the BK quarterback. On Mentally Ready...? carries. Running back Greg Pitt- Coach Sexton used a home movie,
25 carries. Tremble turned the On second down, from the BK 48, third down, the final play of the "I don't know what they're think man, coming off a sprained ankle, taken at field level, to break down
Tornado ends and ran off tackle. Tremble cut inside the defensive end game, Keith Jenkins nailed the Ken- ing," said Coach Hurse during the ran for 44 yards in 11 carries. Pitt- the defense. But it was impossible to
Tremble got help from Crusader QB and got seven yards, to the Tornado ny receiver to a one yard gain. Kenny game. man broke a 29 yard run to the BK break down the offense from ground
I Todd Dunn, who ran for 51 yards in 45. Bishop Kenny played its finest Looking back, Coaches Sexton and one foot line to set up the second level, says Coach Hurse.


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the Junior Varsity girls division the District II championship tourna- I $
with a team score of 21. ment will be held in Jacksonville. Victor Electonic Sale 3392i 00

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on Tuesday, Oct. 20, and won The Junior girls came back to life Black Arm Rest Lift
another three game match, 15-12, on Monday, Oct. 19th and took two Buy One. Get One $ $2630FREE
7-15, 15-11. Janet Kennedy was the games from the Clay High team by 1 2900Sate ,

leading server with 10 points, Unissa scores of 15-9 and 15-9. All the girls Sale 159
King served 8 points. contributed to the win. Latara
LaShun Butler and Janet Kennedy Jackson, Holly Hawkins, Annette Hon 2-Drawer Green Hon Armed ,
made excellent kills. "The team as a Simmons, Millie Edenfield, Koni All Southwestern Bell List $96.00
whole did a fantastic job; they were Richardson, Christie Harrell Faith ChairTelephones
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said coach ington.
ball, Diggs. .
This a conference game, and
was $14900
was an important win," the coach At North Marion... 5 % Off Sale s69 00 Sale
said"We had lost to them earlier in The Jr. Tornadoes won a close '.
the season, and this win will help us match in Ocala on Tuesday Oct. 20.
in the conference standings." Game scores were 16-14 Bradford, e Financing Available
The varsity netters now stand at 9 10-15 N. Marion, and 15-13 Bradford,
At Home.
wins to 5 losses. to win the match. Buy ea
"The girls did a fantastic job in Keep Economy Growing
JV's Win 2, Drop 1... overall team play," said coach ite
At the Gainesville: match on the drenda fauller. .nnette Simmons
15th, the Tornadoes won the first served 17 points in the game. Hon 30x60 List $429.00i _

game 15-10, but dropped the next two l iI
District Playoffs... 1 Work Desk $29900 ;
and the match 14-16 and &-15. 111 solo
A loss of concentration leading to The District tournament will be Putty Oak .
mental errors and generally poor played at North Marion November 4
play contributed to the loss. 6. The JV netters will meet Santa
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f Page 12A TELEGRAPH October 22, 198'1 .


Coaches Expect Tough Battlefrom

( page 11A)

Coaches Hurse and Defensive Tight end: Ed Douglas, No. 82, 155-12, and Dane Clark, No. 75,
Coordinator Mike Sexton hope the 17011.() 18511.

A Tornado offense Is good enough to Quarterback: John Berry, No. 12, Ends: Chris Dinkins,No.80, 155-10
move the football on the big Indian 160-10. and Jimmy Long No. 85, 1711.()
linemen. Both expect the Tornado Fullback: Clint Reed, No. 33, Sam linebacker: Eric Nazworth,
defense to hang tough. 17510. No. 64, 195-12
i } rrMdK Tailback: Greg Pittman, No. 42, Inside linebackers: Malachi
BIIS Offense: 145-11, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31, Jenkins, No. 84, 192-1, and Bill

Center: Terry Whitehead, No. 52, 16511. Ha 'f' No..62,190-11.
14 r 170-11.() Wideouts: Lance Wiggins, No. 24, I Rodney Mosley, No.
F Guards: Chris Durban No. 65, 140-10; Chris Dinkins, No. 80, 155-101 ,>!, ...
170-11() and Matthew Albritton, No. and Shawn Diggs, No. 7, 155-11. and Cornerbacks: Darrin Patterson,
61, 164H2. Darrin Patterson, No. 32, 165-12. No.32, 160-12,and young Lance Wiggins
Tackles: Allen Wood No. 66, No. 24. 1410.()
198-11, and Andy Tison, No. 76, BUS Defense... Safety: Pedro Carter, No. 41,
210-12 Tackles: Mike Elder. No. 63. 145-11.

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Tornado back Darrin Patterson runs the around Bishop Kenny defenders.

cleaning water tank.

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fumbling and recovering the snap three Kenny defenders into the end
from center. BHS stayed alive when zone. t I
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tailback Pittman, on third down and Pittman's TD on the next play 11 f'G
seven yards to for a first,
go caughtthe came with 6:41: remaining in the
16 yard pass with Kenny defen- game, plenty of time for Kenny to
sive back Rob Keep defending closely come back.
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8 yards,fullback Clint Reed ran fort BK Drive Stopped...
and 6 yards,tailback Rodney Mosleygot
A good roll put the Crusaders in
12 yards on a reverse, and then,
business at their own nine yard line. '
on fourth down, Mosley got three Big fullback Holzendorf got 9 yards '
tough yards for first down at the SAVE UP
before Jimmy Long made the stop.
17 line.
Kenny yard Then QB Todd Dunn kept three
BHS back to the 22 Glv+eI-ier s
was TO5O%
straight times for gains of 4, 9, and 8
line for motion. Then
yard illegal yards, and the fullback went up the
came the 22 yard pass to Jenkins Tornado
middle for 11 yards. It look-
which set up the TD. ed ., ..... --.
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Second BUS TD... again. -899 '10- '
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The two teams traded possessionto the Tornado end but DE Jimmy o m

open the second half. A 48 yard Long stopped him for loss of a yard. ALL DIAMOND 0 .4) aWi t4Xt
Kenny drive and a 25 yard punt put Then tailback Carl Tremble took a Tw T 'ti :149
Bradford in business on its seven pitch and got seven yard by swing- DIAMOND CLUSTER wx899
yard line. ing inside the BHS defensive end. WCTTW VkCTTW v19w
RB Mosley got through the Kenny On third down from the Bradford sisal 249 449 CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND -*..
defense and turned the corner for 26 44, DE Jimmy Long fell off his block Iea$454 W sill
yards but QB Berry's third down and held Tremble to just one yard. 1s PT u'
pass was batted down to end the first On fourth down and a long three TIN

Tornado possession. Tremble carried on the option right.
..... Kenny's Carl Tremble, who led all DE Long came up and threw Tremble .
rushers with 153 yards in 25 carries, for a six yard loss.
was still turning the BHS ends for Defensive Coordinator Mike Sex 14K CINUINII K CARAT 14K -
AMETHYST Contonponny Mating
nice gains. But despite that, a ton shouted "That's the way. That TOI'AZAND DIAMONDSOUTA1RK rnmhinod with a traditional
holding penalty put a crimp in the playing ball," as-his defense came DIAMOND 499 ENHANCER Diamond...o.totaling 89 2 CfTCW
Kenny running game and the Toran- off the field. Long came off holdinghis REP MM 129 41,10 csiumsRaPR! E 179

does then got BK stopped at the Tor- sore shoulder. "Somebody get ..., ._ ,' CENUINE OPAL DIAMOND Rot".11I 11:95. AND DIAMOND w,1
nado 28 yard line. some ice on Jimmy's shoulder," CfTW
From their 28, the Tornadoes ordered Coach Sexton 279 Diamond A
began a 72 yard, 10 play TD drive, Kenny got the football one more Rd.s4./ C
helped along by a 15 yard late hit time with time running out, and got Bracelet '
penalty. BHS got one first down as just one yard on three passes. Your Choice r
FB Reed ran for 4 yards, tailback a ra..14nwr. 147c..da.P.mld I
Mosley got 6, and QB Berry ran for 4 I.24.c.. $999 149 89
yards. lO Dkm7a.d wl- 10
Bradford HI.II 0 4 0 4 n
Then RB Pittman was caught for lak.r HlCh 0 4 0 0 4sus
losses of 2 and 3 yards but Kennywas Save enGemstcnes EhetI -
called for the late hit. Bishop .' MEN.ONYX 0

FB Reed went 11 yards on a quick pint_no 'II K.nny 11 ANINmAL D DIAMOND \ aand Saves
dive up the middle for a first down at Yards 1>.117 oJ-276 e'
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Darrin Patterson turned the Kenny, PA-PCI .1'11 .1. YOUR CHOICB w 1 BARRJNCS $31 00P59.
corner on a hard, fast run for 6 punts 4-" 1.18 CBNUINB CAIINIIT
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Then came Pittman's 29 yard run coring,' Summary ..>.kit/.'..... AND DIAMOND w It70 T 0
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Joe Gissy run into the endzone, around tile leit ANNIVERSARIES" 1 DIAMOND
side and down the sideline gave the f '69
BCT Staff Writer Colts their third touchdown. A trip v MK ,,
North Marion took a 28-14 win over _
the right side netted a two
the Bradord High junior varsity football point conversion, and a score of 22-0, e
team last Thursday, Oct. 15. Colts. : I 14)
North Marion invaded the Tor- As the half ended. Brad Hamilton 4PT'SW
nado stadium and rushed for two stole the ball from hands 'SW WCTTW V4CTTW
the of the 149
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quarter and a third early in the se- quarterback,and ran it into the end- 1171 MENS M. 199 w7 w w
cond quarter, to lead the tornadoes zone for the first Tornado score. "e5
22-0 with 8 minutes to go in the first Alfonso Jones in for Lades r m 4 PRONG DIAMOND 09
ran the
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> two touchdowns one as the half end- the 17. Donny Francis' kick was d : \ R./,simoo 799 14) .-- 14Jt" DIAMOND CIAuaam MAIIQVII'DGAN w 145/
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ed, and one wide, so the score remained 5-22. IA&AINGII B DIAMOND LO It
were unable to catch the Colts as '79
Center Don McDavid recovered a ""at.. 16 a 4w IIAUI w IIAUI 49
they scored again with a kickoff AND _...
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return to the endzone as an answerto Two ""Cf1W 14990 $249NT! ._ D IAUINCII e
long runs, a pass play, and a ? N.. 4177 "TW 1,40
the Starke TD in the 4th quarter. o '199
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The first score came on the first one y ard line. Clyde DeSue went in w w 043....Ngr4JSawal w 314
possession, with a series of running for the score. Quarterback Reggie
l' plays that was capped with a 10 yard Sheffield veered off the left side for 2 3 WAYS TO BUY

run for the TD. points and a score of 1422. 104 'W CalC St. Static CASH BANK CARDS, LAYAWAY I
A Starke fumble on the 49 yard line On the ensuing kickoff, the Colt CFiastatnsezveCry & Gtfis ..
led to the second TD, scored on a 33 receiver skirted down the right side at39-S:3o Sat 9-2 I14111 I
the Colts.The next Tornado IS:2J I ICDV1E10nT
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first quarter ran out. 1428.In or..
A 17 yard run with a 15 yard penalty the game, The JV Tornadoeshad

for unnecessary roughness put the four passes intercepted,and lost
ball on the Tornado 30. Another long 2 fumbles.

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SFCC-Starke Arts Festival Begins Saturday

Hailed as a"grand lucceu"and a The community of Starke provides residents show their continuing support -
"truly impressive"chow In the 1967 much to the actual festival is through the Purchase Awards
Official Guide of the Starke operationvolunteers run the infor- Program. NOT a donation to the
Chamber of Commerce, the Starke mation booth telling festival posters Festival but a pledge to spend a cer-
Festival of the Arts is quickly approaching and thirts, service clubs from tain amount on art at the Festival
its second anniversary. Bradford High School and area chur- the program offers the opportunityfor
Formed to provide the Bradford ches man drink booths and other individuals or businesses to buy
County area with an ever-changing, clubs and volunteers help set up works of art for their homes and offices -
expanding and growing arts production chain, tables run the children'sarea while at the same time publicly 1 S SA
the Starke Festival depends on decorate and secure the area. declaring their support for the
a vast array of Starke community There is a wide variety of tasks Starke Festival of the Arts.The Pur-
support It is that support which en- which help insure the smooth- chase Award Sponsor can honor the
courages: more and more high quality running of this annual cultural selected artist with the presentations
artists to apply to the festival event.. ... .
every year. One of the many ways Starke

f Strawberry Fun Run Will Open Arts Festival

I North Central Florida Hospice, The race will begin when runners by picking up forms at the Burger M
1 Inc. sponsoring a Strawberry Fun from all over North Florida gatherat King in Starke or by using registration N
1 Run consisting of two races in conjunction the old Bradford Hospital building forms printed in the Telegraph..
i with the SFCC Arts Festivalset entrance and proceed down State A pre-registration fee of just$5 is
for Saturday. October 4. Road 230, turning right on HarwilluSt. required to be mailed in before the
The races which consist of a 5k .. then left on Wilson Rd., turning day of the race to ensure that a
(3.12 mile) run and a one mile"Fun left on Martin St..then right on State T-shirt can be ordered in your size. .
Run" are is set to begin Saturday Road 230 again and back to the Age groups for the race have been SFCC Arts Festival... -
October 24 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.andwill hospital starting site. divided as follows: male and same clear, cool Fall conditions, for this year.
mark the official beginning of Runners in the area who are interested female: 10-and-under ll-13r 14-18 Perfect weather greeted Arts Festlval-goers last A broad range of arts and entertainment will be'
the Art Festival. in signing up can register $_P.g.. S year for the first show and sponsors are expecting the available.

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PerformingArts I II I Noted Concert Pianist Opens

Series SFCC Fall Festival Oct. 29IDENMARK'S

Begins Oct. 29The

Santa Fe Community College a atom [1
1987 Fall Performing Arts Series HOT HOOVER
opens next Thursday, Oct.29,with a ,
performance at the First Methodist -
Church by outstanding young con- SALE!
cert pianist Brian Ganz. _
The brief 1987 season will concludea -L HOOVER.
week later on Thursday, Nov. 5,
with a performance at the Starke COnweietfhle"Cleaner I
Woman's Club by the world's top
saxophone group, the Amherst Sax- IIIuiIsclutles 1II withHeadlight
ophone Quartet. >
Both performances will begin at 8 I j
p.m., and are free and open to the AN stool.tIHdIe with grip
public.Pianist. ULIflttatMents powerful ...Amp. motorf
Ganz has been a student of .2 epHd
Claire Oeene the late Ylda Novik f 5 qt......,0......to.0 ,
4-poHlon oil.tt chm n .;
and Leon Fletsher.By ag U, he had
won the National Young Chopin
Competition and soon thereafter
was a winner in the Koeclusko I
Chopin Competition in New York States, Including three concerts at with great music and witty humor. / = :- .- I
He has been solo guest artist with Carnegie Hall and five appearancesat ...
Hailed York Times r.M
the New
by as a A.r.nu
the Baltimore Symphony National the Kool Jazz Festival, has been "
Symphony and other leading or broadcast on National Public Radio "first rate in every respect, the Sale
chestras. As a recitalist he has ap-- and is frequently heard throughoutthe members include of the Amherst Salvatore Saxophone Andolma, $149
peared throughout the country to world on Voice of America. The Quartet Michael SPIRIT 900
warm reviews such as that of the musicians are artistic enough to ap- soprano saxophone; .
Washington Post: "Brian Ganz is a pear in concert at the Kennedy Nascimben, alto sax; Stephen 3.1 Peak Horsepower "169"
with center and have Rosenthal, tenor sax; and Harry 7V4 Of.Disposable Bag
enough popular
young Washington pianist a big appeal -
technique and some solid insights In- to have been a hit on the Johnny been appointed artists sax.in They residencefor Dual Full Time Edge $19995 e
of difficult music." Carson Show. Their
to the making repertoire 1987-88 at the State University of Cleaning Rag. '219"
The Amherst Saxophone Quartet ranges from classical to jazz and .
Buffalo. Cord .
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Tennis Tournament Gets New SponsorBausch .,..". Sale rows sgrgs-switch
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& Lomb the Rochester- Senior Vice President and Presidentof Capital Sports,Inc.,the Women's International 129" : ::=:-..... Cdtoato,
Personal Products Division Tennis Assn. and the -
based eye care company, has extended
its sponsorship of the annual remarked, "Bausch & Lomb is ex- northeast Florida community."
women's tennis tournament at tremely proud to be announcing a Kanaley continued, "A great event p ovf E 1 Houvself-rrm eu e i icacep
Amelia Island Plantation for an ad- three-year extension of its sponsorship needs an equally great location.One '" a
ditional three years. The $300,000 of this great event. The Bausch could not ask for more than what IS
Bausch&Lomb Championships are & Lomb Championships has been Amelia Island Plantation has to of. i i
scheduled to be held April 11-11. and will continue to be a major eventin fer." f
look forwardto Two new additions to the tournament
1988. women's tennis. We t
16 quart fitupotnhln hogAutomctlcallyadcpts
James E. Kanaley Corporate! our continuing association.. .with team were also announced. .
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Special Barrel Futurity and Calf Scramble set in Bradford Oct 31-Nov 1

A special barrell I futurity race and Oct. 31Nov. 1 at the Bradford County ded money to bring in contestantsfrom School agriculture students who Women's Professional Rodeo added a $200 prize to the Gator 18 and II
calf and chicken scramble has been Fairgrounds on US-301 north. aU over the state. Coca-Cola will try to catch and put a halter on Association at 11 am. with a $300 under youth events the 10
added to
I has $200
set by the Bradford Roping Club in What is a barrell futurity! bottling company of Florida is putting them. prize added by Allstate Insurance. Feed-FRM
Starke for Saturday and Sunday! Basically,it is a horse show with ad- up $2,000 toward the prize Each contestant who catches a The Derby Barrels event has an ex- and under kids events.added$200 to
money m the barrell race*. calf will get to keep it.on the condi- tra $500 prize added by Western The Slab Fish Camp for
In addition a calf scrambiewill be tion that it is cared for and shown in Steer Family Steakhouse. the men's heavy weight division
I Riding Club Frolic Results held at 6 p.m. on Saturday. Oct 31. the 1988 Bradford County Fair. Gold Kist Feed and Tackle have men weighing in at 175 pounds and
Sr.P.4.4 at the arena. Ten 350-pauld calves Other events scheduled: include an added a $750 prize to uie Open Bar- over. Sonny's Barbecue added $200
will be released to 20 Bradford High open rodeo approved by the rels event. Waldo Trading Post has to the Arena Relay Race.

I Local and Area Sportsmen Do Their Share to Conserve Wildlife

For 50 years, sportsmen in the ment.The tax,originally 10 percent.now has been set aside for habitat The amount of PittmanRobertsonmoney million. the Game and Fresh Water expanded Fish-
United States have helped support 11 percent,was first earmarked management wildlife research and allotted Florida is based on "Ninety-five percent of that Commission. "We recently
I wildlife conservation projects by for wildlife when Congress passedthe other conservation measures its land acreage and number of money will be spent on wildlife the Joe Budd Wildlife Manage-
paying an excise tax on firearms, Pittman-Robertson Act in 1937. t.1ondaeI SI1 million ol hunters in relation to other states. management areas," said Pete ment Area in Gadsden County by
ammunition and archery eqUIp- Since then, more than $1.5 billion that amount. This year. Florida will receive $1.3 Joiner, federal aid coordinator for Robertson purchasing money.950 acres" with Pittman-

Although roughly one-third of the
land belongs to the state,most of the
4.5 million acres in Florida's wildlife
( Winn-Dixie management areas is owned by the
9 federal government or private in-
0BO terests. All of it is managed by the
MGUARANTEED a qr y Commission for public hunting or
recreation. PittmanRobertsonmoney
is used on the areas to build
= ab0OD + and maintain roads, bridges, fences
and trails; purchase and maintain
equipment, plant food plots; per-
B" form land surveys and controlled
burns; operate check stations; and

.... y"s print addition hunt maps.In to.Pittman-Robertson

Start your set of funds, money from the State Game
Each place setting piece of Trust Fund is used to run Florida's
wildlife management areas.
Blue 1I.n. ;-4.1IIr..rw.IJ :t this heirloom Pittman-Robertson-funded In the area of wildlife research studies,

check for diseases and parasitesthat
J'v/t2S erDinner quality china affect game animals. A study to
r determine the size and
characteristics of black bear home
', Porcelain: Fine China Plate ranges also was funded through this
>t ; 'r'
to Joiner, hunters glad-
A2G-pleceservlcefor4 Regular $3.99 oDly rkktak ly pay the tax created by the
only$9.8Oon our plan ss P.1cka.. Pittman-Robertson Act. "They
know their money is used to help
fend off the pressures imposed upon
game animals and their habitats by
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: our Joiner growing said. human population,


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For HomemakersOr
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; Single ParentsFocus
on Careers: The Single
Parents or Homemakers Programhas
WD BRAND US. CHOICE a new class starting Monday,
lf. CENTER CUT Nov. 9,and ending Friday, Nov. 20.
This free program serves adult
U s. CHOICE. CHUCKCOFFEE men and women who are residentsof
ASTOR POWDERED Alachua or Bradford Counties and
ROAST are single parents or homemakers.The .
DETERGENT program helps participants
develop a career, re-enter the job
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$79 C 91c follow-up developed Employability services, and are counseling provided.skills and are For

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AHEINZ WO BRAND MILD MEDIUM or HOT an early start on the holiday
season with the Florida State
r KETCHUP a a 3eT 97 # WHOLE HOGSAUSAGE Museum. Beat the crowd and enjoy
/ yourself at the Holiday Preview
NEia Sale, an annual ornament event
featuring native and natural history
THRIFTY MAID CATSUP.10C a'tn- 79 . related holiday tree ornaments,
gifts, books and one-of-a-kind Items.
; The Preview Sale will be Thurs
: :: !II FlSHERMANS day, Nov. 5 from 4:30-7:30:
JIFFY CORN SUNBELT COMBINATION t! the Florida State Museum, Museum
.'h C MII047c t i I Road, Gainesville.

assort alouw.r LOW CAUMII ALL WB MM ILL OMMCf r-aariS Fla. State Museum
rue.r$1" FRESH 0 OD 3
CHEK 'Sc CHUCK $147 WE L''E Closes for MaintenanceThe
STEAK . ..CWIUTRACHA Florida State Museum will be
PUM VMMTAMJ 'M1 s closed to the public Wednesday,Oct.
ASTOR BUDWEISER 4K$ 37 WHITE 28 through Tuesday, Nov. 3 for col-
...$169 FRANKS or C . . $499 lections and exhibit conservation.
OIL . ITL BUD LIGHT..BOLOGNA. u The museum will reopen to the
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who receive Social Security benefitscan
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NAu$15-9 directly into an account at a financial -
HAM . la instituion, Glenn Moore, Social
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2$500Ir said recently.
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8th Annual North Florida Air Show WilJBe Bigger. and ,BetterThe yoYLnnsCountry Craft d'Wood Warty

8th Annual North Florida Air charity. The vast -:;
Show volunteer work Gteasan's Comer Hall Neal Tyler. (904)964-8547
to be .
held 41'ji
Saturday, Oct. 31 force and broad community support Sons. Inc. Occidental Chemical ;
and Sunday, Nov. 1, in Lake City at make this Air Show "
the Lake City a sucess. Company McDonald's and WCJB 504 wf. CJ ISt. .Bm&ee
Municipal Airport, on Major sponsors for this event include TV 20.For.
U. S. 90 east of Lake City is Starq.yL32091.0166
being : Barnett Bank of Columbia additional information con
presented Bank. this year by Barnett County, Official Air Show Sponsor tact: Judge Vernon Douglas at90f)7SS4100.
Aero Corporation.Columbia Paving. < .
The gates will open each day at 9
A.M. and the show will begin at 1:30
P.M.. Each show will last approx--
imately 2 1/2 to 3 hours. 7V
The U.S. Air Ford Thuderbirds ',,r
from Nellis AFB, Nevada will per- j :'
form on Saturday, Oct. 31 only.
America's world famous "Am-
bassadors In Blue" will perform a ; 't'Coors m I3ra
spectacular sequence of spins loops
rolls and dives in their vividly
painted red, white and blue
Sixteen Fighting Falcon Jets with J..L9'WlL
minimum clearance separating
their wingtips.The performance will
include the breathtaking Bomb
Burst, dissecting the sky into four "Holiday Happiness"OPEN
equal portions. HOUSE
The U.S. Air Force F-15 Maximum
Performance Demo Team will per- Lite...

form Coors on Sunday Silver ,Bullet Nov.,1 only.the world's Th._tV.nolloit Jet plane win IM performing at doe N Hh FlnUn Air SUw a Thursday:

smallest man carrying jet (only 12 food/beverage concessions and Evening
feet long), will feature pilot Dave souvenirs. Free parking fly-ins OCT.29
Hoover narrating live from the welcome. 6:94g:3p
cockpit. Gate Price will be House
per person
U.S. Army Golden Knights children under five free with an special Fried ChickenAT .
Parachute Team will feature world adult. Advance tickets are $4 and
class jumpers who plummet from weekend pass $7, these can be ITS FINEST
12, 000 feet in the air and can land on ordered by calling toll free
a dime. 1(800)533-NFAS.) Mastercard and &
Friday Saturday
Jimmy Franklin and Johnny Ka- Visa accepted,or mail ticket orders Vegetables
zian with the Waco Mystery Ship will to: Air Show Tickets P.O. Box 1736 Daily Luncheons October 30 & 31
perform with Wing Walker Extraor- Lake City Fl. 32056-1736. Include 9:30 5:3O
dinaire.Franklin was the 1986 Inter- mailing address and ticket informa-
national Showmanship Championand tion(number of single tickets and/or Please reserve banquet room 89ffED I K
Kasian has been a professional number of weekend passes).Ticketsare early for the holidays avoid FACTORY c
stuntman since 1960.
a non-refundable charitable
Hosking Aerobatics Inc. will donation. the last minute rush. 9049644415Huy301
feature "Ooubletake" From Boun- The air show is held each to S.
year 6am. Starke. Fla. "HLDye
Thank You open
tiful. Pilot, takes
Craig Hosking, off, provide quality family entertain-
lands and exits the aircraft upside ment and to benefit chanties In- Thursday Evening Only
down I IThe cluding Columbia County Associa-
U.S. Coast Guard Dolphin tion for Retarded
Citizens Inc.
through Helicopter military and aircraft Falcon on Jet display., walk and(CARC Ronald), Happy: McDonald House Child Houses.Care. \\"t S"WA'pTfU: : :\\W'Nlrf' ; 'i ; ,'it ; ]BULLDOZING BY PATE

Pre-show entertainment will include Numerous other non-profit organiza- ANNIVERSARY 19771987We
10TH -
Ronald McDonald and J&J tions benefit through concessions
Kennel's Guard Dog Demonstration.There and related activities.The show has Dearborn.
will be plenty of raised over $100,000 in the past for
GAS HEATERS appreciate the fine people In this communityand
COMPLETELYINSTALLED the business you have given us these past ten

I Sunshine Industries Building SetBy WITH r= years. We thank you and will continue serving you

GAS JUST H in the following ways; No Job too large or too
Mark Friedlln new building which will add a small We do 'em all from mowing to
BCT Staff Writer classroom, additional office spaces MCt. bulldozing: root rake and front end loader work;
The drive for funds is still on for for the staff, and an entire new $298. 10 FT.
the staff and clients at the Bradford workshop for the clients. Local fun- TUBING Piling burning & hauling: tree removal; road &
Association of Retarded citizens' ding and community support will be driveway construction; ponds beaches cleaned
r Sunshine Industries workshop, crucial in this stage of the project HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT and restored and building demolition We also sell
which is experiencing one of its big- but we think we have a lot to be proud
gest years yet, with a successful of here with our profit making and deliver white beach sand: fill dirt. clay
placement program operating in businesses and our successful community HEATING COST BY 5OU lImerock & culverts. ALSO: lime for fertilizing -
local community businesses and ex- placement program which Small amount or truckload.WE .
citing plans for an expansion of the has been very well received." over a.u00Rt To TANKS MtTALLIDPROM :
Doss vusTw
facility. Three of the most highly trained CALL TODAY FOB SERVE TO --
The facility needs community support workers at the facility have received 'su'iuo""earw"GiAen'a's LP-GA LOWEST rwcii wn NW.
for the new building,which will jobs at local businesses around the 2ND O.AINISVILU So don't let It wait call:

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building this year," reports Executive vital, but often overlooked part of
Director Bob Larimer. "The the program)and a productive wage -
plans call for an 8,000 square foot earning job to clients attending '

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N First Place in Arena Race...

The Bradford Roping Club arena relay race team
won first place the annual frolic at the Florida Sheriff
; Boy Ranch.
Jh.:: Team member are (l-r): Joan William J.W. Dor-
: mlney Glenda Lee. Rhonnell Estes and Jennifer For

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100 members of the Brad- Seniors: 1)) Riley Webb, 2)) Kenny P195-75B14 . . '29.00 31x10.50x15 . '60.00'P20575811.32.00

ford Riding Club attended the an- Williamson. rgi 31x11.50x15 . '17.00
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dee relay team won first place bination of four events, such as the .
among 50 entries. Bradford team arena race, clover leaf, Texas bar- ;' Special Summer Front MO moot' *COSTS M own MFAIM
rell weave, or pole bending.The .
members were J.W. Dorminey, .
Joan Williams, Glenda Lee Jennifer Bradford Riding Club rides T or Rear Front End Alignmentm
Forsyth. and Rhonnell Estes. every Saturday night at the horse aMKE m liKM M.-...tmtttr 1 If*l. M.M.W
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Three Bradford entires won first fairgrounds just off US-301, except *.*... ,.' 9? ....**. rVMflKt oYlMM 99 _-.. fur...HMM_ AflHflCMi.ears....f i rt...lMUieeupoa rtiMlCtWOIIM ...
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Rhonnell Estes in Jr. Girls Marty clubs in the association to which the MMI Am...rtcM. cm ft trucks.MetoMc parts m ./ ) III .
Hunter in the Ladies Class,and Kenn Bradford Club belongs or such -- Winterii Tour Car
) Williamson in the Senior Class. special events as the frolic at the Engine Diesel Repair .
Boy's Ranch.Pony 19.95
Young Brooke Gaskins daughter V On GM Chevy-Old

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Pony Buddy Pick Up Winners... Steam Clean
Ingln.'I..00 U.S. 301 Temple Ave.
,.a f Two Bradford youngsters. Brooker daskinft. left and Carrie Forsythwon Turn Brake. .,
the Buddy Pony Pick Up rare at the cloys Ranch frolic. Drum Rotor 9646436Nothing's

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Oct. 31 ,

I Buddy Pick Up Winners... See Page2 Y / L
Two Bradford youngsters Brooker Gaskins. left and Carrie Forsythwon
the Buddy Pony Pick Up race at the Boys Ranch frolic.of .

Pam and Mike Gaskins and Carne MEDICARE.
Forsyth daughter of Debbie and I.MEN. S COMIUTOOBILE /'.
Kelly Forsyth, won the Buddy Pony TOUR CHICQTC41!;! CARE!;! AND( MOST
Some 3,700 riders and visitors at- \\' WILL PAM FOIl "
tended the 30th annual frolic at the CHIROPRACTICTREATMENT /
Boys Ranch held the first weekendin ylKSi J
October each year. People stayed III,
in campers, motor homes and tents. J JJ 6ROalt 1 1
There were good things to eat suchas
chicken pilau and a barbecue on h .JO" s.
4}I t a'+ lrl
the Suwannee River. There was a .J xd,
fire band and dancing around a camp /() '

Lt.Gov. Bobby Brantley served as o
principal speaker. ..987 CNIl1Or ..s I7ti rl it itre

High point winners for the Brad-
\ YOU APE MuCriMO FROM ANY f i -a.
ford Riding Club for the months of ,
July, August, and September were TOPAV 1
announced at the Saturday Oct. 17, .
ride at the Bradford Fairgrounds. soot LET
Toddlers; 1) Carrie Forsyth, 2) GOL \ acw Karrie Lee. 1;: WORK FOB lOU 3
Small Fry: 1) Kyle Williamson,2) '. '7 _.
Mikel Gaskins. >w ij '.
Powder Puffs: 1)) Bobby Davis,2) Bradford
Pam Gaskins. Chiropractic Canter z
Jack Bennys: 1) Harry Collier
Leo Thornton. 213 S. Walnut St.
Nest te Chamber .f Commerce
Ponies 1) Kelly Williamson, 2)
Travis Odom. 9644957INTRODUCTORY
Juniors: 1) Rhonnell Estes 2)Jen-
nifer Forsyth.





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much do you know about
'e srL various children' healthcare problems e Buy Here Pay Here
? Tel-Med has the Informationon ..We Finance
these and many more health
topics.Call Tel-Med at 9644996 or
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3 Can medicines In the home
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10 Poisons In the home 72 Olds 88 2dr1 Owner
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225 Croup Extra Clean
232 Speech problems In children $195. DN. E-Z Payments
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; f 236 Cystic fibrosis '84 Chevette 2/dr
399 Car seat safety Like New
406 Accidents, and
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409 Hyperactivity
434 Child abuse

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Tooth Fairy Appears For Scouts.. Bradford Hospital Inc. 80 LTD Wagon1 Owner/Loaded

One Daisy Troop and two Brownie Troops were recently visited by the The wife of a Gainesville dentist and a former dental assistant. Terri, $495.DN-E.Z.Payments
Tooth Fairy.Sponsored. has been presenting care of the teeth in a fun way for the past several
by Starke dentist Dr.Dennis Connaughton,the Tooth Fairy. years. Daisy Leaders Debbie Connaughton and Krlsty Reddish invited
Terri Silver-man presented a program for the combined groups In the the Brownies to join them for the program.Scouts In these troops will be
Parish Hall of St. Edward's Catholic Church. named next week In.the. _Girl--Scout- news.

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I Fun Run
Hospice from page 1

19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, Mitchell's Drugs, Clay Co-op and seven days a week, assists the pa- and volunteers goes to work.
50-59 and 60-and-over Doyle Archer Funeral Home. tients under their care to live in a In the beginning, a nurse and
There will be a trophy ceremony Tables will be set up one hour comfortable, pain-free environmentat social worker make an initial assess
immediately after the races are con- before the race for late registrationsand their own homes if possible.The ment of the patient's and the
cluded,with trophies awarded to the for those who have already doneso team teaches both patient and families' needs. Treated with dignity -
first overall male and female in each to pick up their T-shirts. family about the illness, what to expect and respect throughout the time
age division and first, second and Run routes will be posted before ,and how to deal with its limitations the patient is contacted, he or she is
third in each age division as well. the races begin. encouraged to remain in as much
Fun Run ribbons will be issued to all The Hospice program gives patients control over their own lives as muchas
participants of that event. Hospice Program Unique the alternative between traditional conditions permit. Most Hospice
The Strawberry Fun Run is being North Central Florida Hospice of- hospital care and staying at workers say the extent of the of the
directed by Cliff Chapman,who can fers terminally ill patients and their home. services provided is determined by
be reached at 964-6911 for more in- families physical, emotional and Once a patient and their family the patient and the family
formation. spiritual support as they near the are accepted for Hospice Care, a Making visits on a regular basis in
Local sponsors of the race are end of their life. specially trained team, which in- the home, the nurse helps both the
Burger King, Putnam Medicare A specially trained Hospice team, cludes a medical director, nurses, patient and the family understandthe
Supply, Jones Funeral Winn-Dixie. which is on call 24-hours a day, social workers, counselors, clergy illness

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Women Killed Morris Arron charged with posses- west of Starke on CR-229, according Recent ArrestsIn Marklee John Harris, Jr., 27, was fluence (DUD, according to Sgt.
sion of a controlled substance, sale to Trooper W. M. Abrams. The Bradford CountyThe arrested Oct. 19 for trespass after David Goodner. Vandiver'i blood
In Wed. Accident and delivery of a controlled pickup, driven by Debbie Foray,31, r warning, according PatrolmanJohn alcohol content was .18 percent. She
substance was found guilty, placedon of Lake Butler struck the Suzuki. following arrests were made Hodges. Harris had been told was released after a $362.50 surety
An 88-year-old Lake Butler woman five years probation on each Gilhooly was cited for careless driv- by local authorities in Bradford to leave and not return to Pine bond was posted.
was killed Oct. 14 when her vehicle count, fined $500, pay $300 to Brad- ing and having no PIP insurance. County. Forest Apts. Released on his own
turned in front of an oncoming car. ford County Sheriff's Office, be Gilhooly, who suffered multiple recognizance Oct. 20, Harris was James Rollie Keele,89, of Deltona
The driver of the second vehicle, evaluated for counseling. Aaron is lacerations abrasions and infant Edward Aldridge, Jr., 24, of again arrested at 3:42 a.m. Oct. 21 (Volusia County) was arrested Oct.
Eloise Allen Regar, 60, and Eunice not to go to Reno. son Zachery were transported to BH Starke was arrested Oct. 15 for as he was leaving the apartmentarea 19 for DUI,according to Troper C.A.
Regar,87, both of Lake Butler,were John Olin Avinger charged with for further evaluation, according to retail theft, according to according to Patrolman Pace. Keele'B blood alcohol contentwas
transported to Shands Hospital in burglary of a dwelling was found Paramedics Nelson Green and Rus- Patrolman W. C. Reno. He was Gerald Hayes. Harris was chargedwith .14 percent. He was released
Gainesville where their condition Is guilty, placed on five years proba- ty Barrett. Foray was transportedby released after a $210 surety bond trespass after warning, bat- after a $462.73 cash bond was posted.
listed as stable. private vehicle. was posted. of law enforcement officer
tion with special conditions (do not tery a
Leila Wood Allen, driving a 1983 use alcohol, submit to recommendations Damage to the Suzuki was $8,500, and criminal mischief. Donald D. Creamer, 31, of
Chevrolet was westbound on SR-100, of Bradford Unlo Gudiance damage to the pickup was $0,000. Lafayette Nathaniel Chandler, 23, Jacksonville was arrested Oct.19 for
turned left onto SW 12th Avenue Into Clinic). of Starke was arrested Oct. 6 for Traffic DUI, DWLS, according to TrooperD.
the path of a eastbound 1979 Buick. aggravated battery and kidnappIng C. Roberta. His blood alcohol con-
Larry Oliver Brooks, 33, of Starke
Allen died at the scene, according to Oct. 19Inmate according to Patrolman John tent was.21 percent.Bond was set at
was arrested Oct. 18 on a )
Trooper James A. Horler and Two Accidents Oct. 14 capias released his
The Creamer
Hodges. victim said Chandlerhad $730, was on
Homocide Calvin Pace. Eugene Ronnie Autry charging failure to pay fine for driv-
Investigator of Horses Vs. VehiclesA beaten her while holding a but- while license own recognizance.
Damage to the vehicles totalled changed his plea to guilty grand ing suspendedDWLS
cher knife to
throat. She said
theft II motor vehicle and was ( ), according to InvestigatorDavid
$7,000. sentenced to 3V4 years DOC, con- seatbelt may have saved the life she escaped when he fell asleep, Aderholt. He was released Abdiel-Rahman Bilal, 38, of
secutive with sentence now serving. of a Hawthorne man whose vehicle' according to the report. Bond was after a$100.75 cash bond was posted. Gainesville was arrested Oct. 19 for
Led struck a horse on US-301 south of set at$2,500 on each charge,he was DWLS, according to Trooper

Improper Tag Starke late Wednesday evening. released on his own recognizance.James Diane Green Vandiver,36, was arrested Roberts. He was released after a
To Drug ArrestA According to Trooper Bill Oct. 17 for driving under In- $210 surety bond was posted.
Abrams, Robert B. Baker, 47,strucka Robert 'Robbie' Wilkes, 28,
1987 Cadillac stopped for improper Charge Dismissed horse or vice versa, which was in of Jacksonville was arrested Oct. 5 .
tag led to the arrest Oct. 17 the roadway at 10:15: p.m. Oct. 14 as on a capais charging grand theft,
of the driver and passenger. Against Keystone ManThe Baker was southbound on US-301 according to Deputy Gene Lee. ORIAN WELLS CHEVYXOLDS

According to Patrolman K. R. Douglas Edward near CR-18. Wilkes has been Identified as the
Hinds, Jr. a traffic stop was madeon charge against 24 of Keystone The horse crashed onto the hood of person who took numerous electric

a Cadillac which displayed a tag Heights Salsbury were dismissed, Oct. 19 in his car with the impact smashing the tools and other tools from a tool box: At 3%
register to a Chevrolet. It was Circuit Court according windshield and roof but Baker on a truck which did not belong to
Clay County '
determined the driver was driving to the state attorney. escaped with only facial lacerations him, according to Lt. John Dempsey. over invoice
with suspended license and the
a Salsbury had been charged with where he hit the windshield. Accor- Wilkes was picked up in
officer attempted the driver to fled arrest followed him conspiracy to traffic in cocaine ding to the report he was wearing his Jacksonville where he was being you can _
however ,
seatbelt. detained in the Duval County Jail
trial scheduled for Oct. 19.
by his passenger who jumped out of faces charges in Brad- The horse survived the Impact but on the Bradford charges. Bond was
the car.A small bottle was droppedas ford County after his arrest Oct. 1 had a broken leg and signs of Inter- set at$5,000, he was released on his
fled. The bottle
the passenger nal bleeding. A veterinarian put the own recognizance.
driver's license
for no valid ,
contained 33 of what .
pieces appeared horse down with a lethal injection.
of cannabis and possession -
to be crack cocaine. possession of drug paraphernalia. TheTee.aph Damage to the Buick was $3,500. Robert John Odom, 24, of Starkewas Moawewww Wqe
With the assistance of Officer
arrested Oct. 18 for theft
identifiedone according -
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Mack T. Short, Investigator David Earlier in the evening a horse and to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Order
of the charges last week, we your new
Aderholt and Doug York,
Deputy for the rider were dumped at US-301 and Jr. A victim on Thompson St. said >,
Loyal Eddie Aldridge and Melvin apologize The Editor SR-100 when a car struck the horse. Odom had stolen her pocket book. Olds Calais today
Black were apprehended followinga Just after the horse stepped into the Odom was found walking on

chase. roadway, a car that had been stopped Walnut St. with a purse in his hand with therevolutionary
Aldridge, 34, of Starke was charged on SR-100 turned south onto which belonged to the victim. Bond
with possession of crack cocaine US-301 and hit the horse. was set at $210, he was released on new
battery of a law enforce- Saturday Accident Paul Tyre, 61,of Keystone Heightswas his own recognizance.John .

ment officer and driving while Sends 3 To HospitalA cited for failure to yield to ( "Quad 4".
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pedestrians, according was arrested -
after a $10,710 surety bond was two vehicle accident at 7 p.m. Patrolman Michael Spears. Oct. 18 on a warrant charg- I r
posted. Saturday, Oct. 17 sent three peopleto Rider Pamela Darrah was takento ing failure to answer charge for
Black, 22, of Orlando was chargedwith Bradford Hospital. Bradford Hospital for observationand criminal mischief, according to Investigator -
possession of crack cocaine Michael Gilhooly, 27, of Starke treatment. The horse sufferedleg David Aderholt. Bond

and resisting officer without driving a' 1986 Suzuki;crossed into lacerations and is expected to was set at $101.25, he was releasedon HWY 301 N. 964.7500
violence, he was released after a the path of a 1987 Ford pickup truck recover. his own recognizance.
$10,525 surety bond was posted.

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RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front 964-7776 m
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- and lake acc.... Lot. available from 205 N. Temple Stark.
Own.r at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF S900O. Zoned Ret/mobile home. 30 2 BR, 1 BA with 2-car garage Perfect for MOBILE HOME FOR SALE rent to own ,
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron D.nmark miles west of Stark. on beautiful retired couple. Easy walking distanceto your own mobile home. Several to
at 964.5516.6/25 tin Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent new shopping center. $29,999.' Call choose from. Call 468-1323 for information Cecelia Terwllleaar I

2 3 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350. fishing skiing and boating. 964.5606.30 tfn 10/8TF .....NEW LISTINGS.....
Call 964.5377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF 904-964-7755 THREE FRAME HOUSES for sale: One 4 NEW B USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy ZONED COMMERCIAL. I45'x165', located In the enterprise tone, close to
FOUR BR, one 3 BR, and 1 BR. Need Wells at A&W Mobile
BEDROOM unfurnlthed house, ev.-533.2038 Owner/broker 8/13tfnchg on. Homes, 964-6407 hospital GREAT ACCESS. 25000.
S3SO/month. No repairs All three 95000. Located at or 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw
p.t. lease. 315 N.
ULTIMATI IN EXECUTIVE LIVING. Stucco block beauty with 3400 ..f. 6
Walnut St.. 964-8..0... 10/15 3tchg 10/29 LAND FOR SALE 315 N. Walnut, 9648404. 10/15 3tchg 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE, all set up In Olln's old 2'/t In ,
yrs. on acres lawtey area. Spoclou..Elagan'.Pr..tlg.1GREAT I
MOBILE HOME. 2 10/29 Subdivision Ready to move Into.
BR, 1 both
AC 1 ocr.,
$185 month, $150 security. Responsibleadults BELOW APPRAISED VALUE 3 BR. 1 Bath, $13,800. Financing available Call LOCATION Good frontage Hwy IOOW and Hwy 225. .co plus acre.
only 9646479. 10/1 TF 13 ACRES ((4% acres cleared, rest In CHSA, fully assumable mortgage at 8 964-3606. 6/11 tfnchg EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD. Palm St., 3/2 brick, new roof, carport,
ADULT PARKS Clean 2 BR mobile home, goad timber)) 2 BR mobile home used 3/4%, Call 964-4718 after 5 p.m. or all 2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'St Financing new Carrier heat pump large screened porch utility shed, extra lot.
'/. mil. from city. Nice n.lghborhood. os a rental at .ntranc. of property. day weekends. 10/15 3tpd 10/29 available Call 1.272.0625 collect tfn 'LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautiful
4681323. 10/8TF Several money-making pecan trees THREE BEDROOM 1 large bath 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES Low payments.Low Spanish style home, 3450 ..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system BR, 2% ba formal

FOR RENT OR SALES 2 BR mobile home around mobile home $28,000 You aluminum siding 'fireplace and down payment. Call 1.272-0650 LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio, pool, ceiling _
with living room addition on large lot. Finance. Call for appt. 964.6305 days or separate garage Located North of collect tfnFACTORY fan., 2 car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl.. 2 assum. mtg., $135,0001
Lake acc... on Sampson lake. Call 964.6493 after 6 p.m. TFo| Stark. on Morgan Rd. 9645169. Itpd DIRECT I Fleetwood home. 'CONSOLIDATED HOME OFFICE OR APT. Cozy, comfortable 2 BR, 2 Ba
964.8218 after 6 p.m. 2tchg 10/22 LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after 10/22 sold wholesale In Jacksonville at FACTORY brick, 2424 sq. ft. on 5 acres, Intercom, central vac CHCA. telling fan., attic
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT close to 5, call 9645251. 3/07 Hn KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7411 MailmanBR 2 OUTLET 9800 Normandy Blvd. fan, fully equipped kitchen, enclosed porches Buck stove, 436 ft.
town heat pump for heating and cool. 44 ACRES with 2 BR hou. or will divide 2 bath, new country kitchen open 7 day., 783-4607. 9/24 TF garage, 616 sq. ft. separate office or apt. Lawtey area
Ing. Celling fan, modern recently Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964.7771 or workshop. Must see to appreciate. USED MOBILE HOME for sale 2 BR, 1 CROSBY LAKE LOT 100 ft. on waters edge, 19800.

remodeled walled patio, off-street 964.4537.5/14TFchg 4733285. Itchg 10/22 Bath. You move Lawtey Shell Itchg ....COMMERCIAL.....
parking, available soon 944-8601, ear MOBIL HOME LOTS one acre and up. HAMPTON OAKS 3 BR, 2 bath home on 10/22 THOMPSON ST: 11,362..f., brick, ENTERPRISE ZONE Benefits $ 80.000
ly morning b..t time to call. 10/15 TF Several location. Some with hookups 1 acre lot. Owner will finance Asking 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 240 on 301, great value 37,000
TRAILER IN COUNTRY for rent: 12x60 2 all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan 39000. Call Trevor Waters 473-4903 VACATION RESORTS OR 301 N: by Econo ladg.I65.01' on 301 $120.000
BR, n.wly remodeled, AC, nice quiet Realty 964.6208.9/24 TF Century 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., 301 N: approximately 150' x approx. 220' $125,000
1 child maximum. $235 PEACEFUL COUNTRY Beautiful 4 plus Broker, Keystone Heights 10/22 4tchg RENTALS
ar.a. per 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? $ 93.000
acres, trees, fenced, Located 11/12
month plus deposit. 9646714. Itpd private. 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85,000
10/22 near 3 major fishing lakes with public COTTAGES Fully furnished. Dally, 301 and Washington Street, 262.5. 105' $ 91,500

THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 1'/ access. D.flnlt.lyHarth your Immediate COMMERCIAL PROPERTY weekly monthlyrots.. Also mobile 3015135: ft.on 301, approx. 2 acres. $150,000
bath., on .had.d acre lot. CHSA. attention. $16,400. Watson home park spaces for rent and homes
completely furnished. 2 miles from Realty Corp., 272-2400 or eves RENTLEASESALETWO for sale MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E .....ACREAGE.....
town on country rood. No P.t. $260 473-7507. 10/22 2tchg 10/29 Highlands Rd., Franklin, N.C. ((704)) RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
per month plus $100 security 9647554. FOUR ACRES Geiger Road 300 ft. off COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for 524.4605.6/11 tfnchg 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 'A acres cleared $ 8.000
Colley Road. Asking 16000. Call Jack HAMPTON 438 This has
10/152tchg 10/22 acres. property everything $438.000
loa... 1000 sq. ft. & 1250 iq.ft. Hwy.
TWO BEDROOMi 1 bath CH/A carpet. 904-733-5653 or eves 6421492. 10/22 301 South 964-8848. 473-3627.10/15 TF REAL ESTATE LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave., good Investment $ 13,000RD
$235 plus security. Call 964.6680 after 3 2tpd 10/29 CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $26,000
p.m. 10/15 2tpd 10/22 OF LAND located 1 mile equipment for lease. Will sell equipment FLUME RD.:9 acres |olns Country Club. Condos?Time Share? $ 49,000SR
North of Starke.
LARGE CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE In 9648852. $2500 negotiable' seperately. Across from Santa F. 16 WEST: approx.7 acres $13,000
Itpd 10/22
country on 2.4 acres. 473.2157 or Community Collage. Best restaurant OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $15,000
468-1168. 10/15 4tchg 11/5 location In town. 964.7188.8/6 tfnchg dry wooded lots Mobile home, cabin LAURA CHURCH RD., 40 acres, 1970 MH 2 barns,
ONE ACRE mobile home lot by pav.d REAL ESTATE FOR LEASE 1.000 sq. ft., 301 South next camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. 3 wells, farrowing pen $75.000
road. $85 p.r month. 473-4508 after 5 OUT OF AREA to United Realty 964-8848 9604. .c'7, $5.450 w/SISO dn., $63.71 monthly. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
p.m. Itpd 10/22 or eves, 473.3627.16 tfnchg ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 2 septic tanks, 2 pol., owner finance $ 50,000Or
ONE BEDROOM APT.: some furniture, eves. 2/12 tfnSTROUT will split each $27,000
second floor no p.t. $135 per month. MOUNTAIN LOT NEAR ASHVILLE, N.C.i BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $82.332
9648498. Itpd 10/22 for sale by owner Good road power BAYLESS HWY: 50 acres, from. home & egg farm
TWO BEDROOMS 1 bath carport CHSA and phone are already In, mobile, RV's Owner finance, ". .-actly"what you need $250.000

nice location n.wly remodeled fenced or home O.K. E-Z terms. Call Jim PERSONALSALONEtt .....HOMES....
back yard. $350 per month. Lease Camp.n, 704-684-2691 .v... 10/1 6tpd DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3, pool $135,000
required and deposit 631 W. Francis 11/5 MIMOSA DRIVE: brick 3/3. custom built $90,000
St.. 964.8073 9645086. 10/22 BE OUR NEIGHBOR North Carolina Call BRINGING PEOPLE
or Itchg r EiEE POLK ST: Slnglewlde 2/2 CH AC unit $14,000
FURNISHED APARTMENTI 3 and beautiful mountain ... FinancIng TOGETHER! Starke's most respected
room. MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2, 2 story 12 acres 85.000
available. listing dating service since 1977. All ages Including REALTY
bath. Part of utilities furnished. Adults Free information. $ SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985 DW, fireplace, high lot $50,000
only. No pets. 9645970. Itchg 10/22 Carolina Country Real Estate. Box 686 senior citizens Incorporated
1-800-648-4401. tin EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2Ba,1 1 acre, let's go country $ 62,000
TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home onGriff Hoyesville, N.C. 28904. 704-389-8333 Lie. Real Estate Broker
is lot. Furnished including collect fcan 81.421TIRED OVERWEIGHT? lose up to 30 lb. In 30 FRANCIS ST.: 3 BR. 1 Ba CB privacy fence back 33,000
Loop on large 838
Temple Ave.U.S.
days for less than $35. Doctor recommended. 301)) ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream $25,000
washing machine. $175 month high housing costs
Starke, Fl 32091 brick and frame Oaks S/D lot $ ....
the 100% money back BROOKER: 3/2 Shady extra .000
plus $100 security deposit Call day., Spend winter at Carrabelle's lov.ly
964-6305 or nights, 964-8705 or white sand beaches In Florida's guarantee. Fun simple, easy. Call 964.8931 473.3096 MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH/A, so near $ "0.000
9646493. 10/22 4to| 11/12 panhandle Excellent hunting and Veronica 1-800-226-7546 (SLIM), fcan CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, frame $41,000
1454 3BR l ba, 427 Center St. 26000.
87.418SEATLIFT :
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to flihlng. Spacious apartment with complete After Hours
your work? We have clean mobile kitchenette now discounted to CHAIRS If you're a Medicare 1453: 2-story ((4)) apt. bldg., Epperson Pauline RandolphJohn 964-6323

homes available. 468-1323. 10/8 TF $350 per month Including utilities. recipient with a qualifying condition, St.. 55000. Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291
1-904-697-2759. fcan 87-423 call toll free numb.r for more information 1374: Day care business, a steal at
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE and 3 BR trail.rfor Anne Terwlllegor Nelson 473-7541
Alabama 1-800-445-7569 out of
; 18000.,
r.nt In country. 2 miles out. Randy Cory 473-2397
9648661. Itpd JO/22 ANIMALS & PETS state 1-800-445-4174. fcan 87-422 1373: 6-space MH rentals, 3 BR home,
I NEW MOBILE HOMBnM ft. wide, central LOSER WANTED Lose up to 20 pounds, 4 BR home, reduced I
I heat and aflfyfJVnlshed.;; Mukr.. Tsee.'"...-r-.... FOR SAt.E- ix.as..p,, lixhe. ,llulite Jhls month, Qpctor 1411: Southern Estate home on 5acresfLawtey
468.1323.10/dTF' """" .. recommended on ,.TV Free shipping Reduced!
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT. Come visit FREE KITTENS to good home. 911 W. I've lost ov.r 50 pounds myself! I ((612)) I We Have Rentals

the New Mimosa Manor. Check us out. Pratt St., 9644288. 10/1 3tchg/ 10/15 6421915. fcan 87-423 Both Residential & Commercial
Look at all the Improvements. BABY COCKATEILS hand-fed. Ready for
9647498. 10/8 TF your home. 4311106. 10/8 2tpd 10/15
THREE ROOMS and bath furnished ; rrrr II New Home Windows*

apartment let floor. $160 plus $75 CARS, TRUCKS, VANS Room Additions painting

security deposit. 9648071. Itpd 10/22 \\Acceler&ted'Jtea/tyr. EXPERT ADVICE .Carport New Roof System

THREE BEDROOM mobile home, 2 bath 1984 BRONCO XLT with everything / C.\ [ON ALL Off .YCXJR:!] Cut Brick or Pool Enclofture
central heat and air Lawtey. 7823570. 32,000 miles. 4682354. 10/8 TF Work
Itpd 10/22 PRICED BELOW WHOLESALE for quick BUlLDIPlei NEEDS -Vlnjl Siding
LARGE HOUSE 211. with yord next toSouthsid. cash sale: 1984 Regal, loaded 964-4544 Call Today!
.. $300. 533-2178 leave 964.7545, 9648569. 10/8 4tpd 10/29 fff]
r.ITfTrIM I ]
message. Itpd 10/22 1972 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS $900 firm. ..___ : ...,J 964-6766
Dependable transportation new muffler 1520 s. Walnut St.

BOATS body & upholstery fair condition. I () I (Hwy. 301 S.) HOMES BEAUTIFULof I
Contact Larry or Kathy Mercer North Florida
964.5310 after S p.m. 10/13 2tchg 10/22 Starke FL
REALTOR Corner & 301 Starke tai COM4Nr.\ '.
1977 DODGE 318 engine. $500. Lafayette Hwy. Mrw'r'
19 FT. WELLCRAFT 1985 model Inboard- Wayne E. Douglas MSA
outboard boot and trailer with lots of 4311568. Itchg,10/22 964-6766 St. Lic.# RR0052877
197$ DODGE PICKUP, condition.
equipment 533-2474 after 6 p.m. Itpd good Designated Appraiser
10/22 $1600. 964-4873 eves. Itchg 10/22 .
Ford TOYOTA 4>4> runs good. $1900.
BORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 C.I.
engine with chrome "good I..", drive- 9645664. Itpd 1022MOTORCYCLES / Homes/ Lots./ Acreage / Waterfront IIl
Extra Lt.
on trailer sharp. -
/ Farms / Commercial
blue/metalflake. MUST SELL. Reducedto 0 a If
$4,500--Moke offer! 7823660. TFm|

BOAT, MOTOR TRAILER for sale. $550. 1911 HONDA XL SOOt street and dirt. Excellent 1
964.5067 after 5 p.m. Itchg 10/22 condition. $650. 4734508. Itpd ,
10/22 ROOM FOR RECREATION: Split floor plan, brick 5 BR, 2 B.. II.
fireplace CH/A, large kitchen with snack bar 1 acre

BIKINI LIVING: 3 BR, 3 Ba brick, family room wfireplace, CilIA, .

large screened porch, BBQ grill, swimming pool guest house wbath, 4 964-4522
lots. STARKE, FLr
SPACE PLACE; Large living area w/fireplace, 3 BR 2 Ba, family room,

CH/A, swimming pool, 41 acres of pasture, fanning A wooded areas, rt

fenced A cross-fenced, 32x36 cypress bam, well A septic. '

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST: 2 DR, 2 Ba block 1908 i.f.,

extra large living-dining room, family room, kitchen w/breakfast room, 3 ,


PN& LIVE BETTER FOR LESS: 3 BR 2 Ba block 1577 s.f., AC CII, .

family room, stove A refrig, double carport large enclosed porch, 2 .

large late AppraUa}* for Reideree '* .Fatrrt'' ; f CornrneicJar Business
ROOM TO ROAM ON THIS 3.9 ACRES: 2 BR. 1 Ba frame, stove

A refrig dishwasher, ceiling fans, CH&A, large screened porch, 22x30 .

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT OUT WHERE ITS 'QUIET Owner financing on this 4 BR. 2 Ba frame, COMMERCIAL CORNER North US 301 and Morgan Reed. 395 ft. on U.S.301. 2 M

CH/A has 1 BR 1 B. 5 acres. home with 30x100 building. Priced to sell
new carpet, recently remodeled apartment,
E9 l !F lUL Il{ pY; Il{I TWO-STORY WHITE CEDAR: Formal living A dining room., 5 BR. .

3 B., recreation room, porches. Buy and complete this home, 7.6 acres, HOMES IN STARKE
Located Hwy.301 -2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street paved street.CRYSTAL. 'REALLY NEAT HOME! I Walk to Southside Elementary School and Hospital. Affordable -

LAKE HOMESITES: 3 BR. 2 Ba block 1416 ..f.. CH/A at S34.000.
wDOUBLEWIDI mobil. home on one acre. drapes A carpet, large lot, lake privilegei. OWNER TRANSFERRED: Beautiful country estate designed with privacy In mind.
LIVE IN ONE and rent out the oth.r. Brick duplex. Immaculate. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD: School. A shopping close, 3 DR. 11R ba This custom two-story log home Includes 3 BR, :2 Ba and many amenities Including -
*3 BR. 1 / Ba I-*tt to Marketplace. Great for retired couple or young family. a 22x40 pool all on 5.87 acres. Call for private showing.
block home combo central heat nice lot.
living room, dining-kitchen .
*MARKET RO. BR 1 Ba home with many extras. Immaculate ANXIOUS SELLER HAS REDUCED PRICE FOR QUICK SALE Spacious brick 4/2.
JUST REDUCED Frame home in 4 DR 1 ba large living A
Lawtey ,
.INDUSTRIAL ZOMNGi 2 buildings, now rented. Good Income. CH4A. fireplace on 10 acres In Starke. Under S9S.OOO. We want an offer!
*LAURA STi 3 BR, 2 Ba concrete block, starter home. Priced In $30. I' dining rooms, large porches, city water septic large lot, 25900. -IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Rd. Lovely 3 BR. 3 Ba separate dining room, double -
*TWO STORY frame and brick 4 BR, 2V4 ba home on 37 acr. SHADE TREES 7 PORCHES: 3 BR, 2 Ba doublewide, weU A ,septic, garage, many amenities, on S acr... 110000.

*IN RAIFOROi 105.105 lot with from. home. Needs repairs. 22500. I' 1.72 acres.SELECTED. FOR THE GOLFER Country Club, over 1V4 acres 3/2 all brick sunken living room,

.LARGE 4 BR, 3 Ba home with business building on 3 plus acr... fireplace, ceiling to floor windows, many extras. 79500.
.APPROXIMATELY 35 ACRES wooded land $1600 per acre, will divide PROPERTIES IMMACULATIi, 4/2 In Stark.: CH4A 2 car carport 100 100 lot, 53000.

.SMALL 2 BR 1 bath frame home In town, $18,500 TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOMES side by side, CHA. $43.000 each.

*IN TOWN 2 BR, 1 Bath frame, 1982, new roof. 10 acres: Pecan grove, barn, well A septic, 2 pwr pole., fenced. FRAME HOMI on North Church St.. Immaculate. Only 28600.
*BUILDING LOTS Over 1 acre on Hwy 230 post Hospital 'WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot 23500.
ONE ACRE zoned for mobile home.
.TWO STORY HOME In town, nice trees and landscaped yard. : Hwy 100 PERSONALITY HOUSE Shaded comer lot' detached garage with .hop. Move
3 CITY LOTS Nonhesit Section.
; Reduced
-. -. right In. to 23000.
TEN ACRES: 13th St., NB. Pecan grove.
Commercial I Residential Rentals Available! OUT OF STARKE
LAKE GENEVA: Large lot. 100 ft. on (he water.
105 MELROSE) RANK REPO: 3/2Vi. over 2200 sq. ft. on 1 acre.
ACRES t Northeast Alachue County. .
'WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake with 3 BR MH. 0-i. A, 30000.
B I of Professionally trained TEN ACRES South Clay County. reiidendal-Agri.
-Q Call one our ; 'HISTORIC BEAUTY. 2 story 3/2 CH.A, craftsmanship unavailable today!
staff today at: LAKE LOTS: Crosby A Sampson Lakes owner financing. | KEYSTONI HICHRIDOE ESTATES 3/2 mobile home, 30000.

3.16 4.55 ACRES: 2 parcels.: zoned for mobile home. REDUCED ",000 FOR QUICK '.lflll"IC'd( ...<>.., brick :3'7, 161.000.
9645069or LARGE AREA OF LAND; Northeast Section of City j COMMERCIAL

3 ACRES: Hwy 16 W, Good commercial: location.
'U.S. 301 SOUTH At city limits, appro 297 rood frontage. .
South business location.
HWY 301 Large lot. good
after hours : U.S. 301 SOUTH 3 parcels from :3 to 6 acres each.
HWY 301) South: S Acres near Earlton Beach 210 ft. on hwy.
o -2 CORNERS of US 301 South SR IB, over 2200 ft. of 301 frontage.S .
REALTOR ASSOCIATES. EVENINGS IN CITY; Approx. 15,000..1. floor space commercial: build J1l. UNIT SHOPPING STRIP on Edward Rd. Great investment .

Irene L Faulkner ---- 964.5142 IB We neve ether commercial properties end .businesses for eel.
iv TOUR UntO te en USSAI EerATC-.rronoe HELATCDMAU
o AT ACOIMATBD For A Complete List Of Our Properties
e Lucille Spry ----964-8420 yon murr STOP

Bobby Biggs----964-7331 REALTOR .: 0 Call Our OfleeV

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At low at ALICIA HAY In rolls horse quality. All SATURDAY ONLY 8.5 p.m.. 3 families, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted FOR RENT 2BR. 2BA home In town, YARD ALI Thursdays Fridays, and
14.99 par month. Call 9646946. tfn under barn. Order hay for wlnt.r and nice clothes, stereo component st in to the Lak. Region Monitor olflc fenced yard $400 a month, 1 yr, 1_... Saturdays, 8:30: a.m. ? until all told.
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. leave under my barn until you need It. glass cabin, flute, drawing table, lots In writing and paid In advance 473.2702.2tchg 10/15-10/22 6738 Spring Lake Rood. Itpd 10/22
Measures 24x36". 25 cents ach. Great 7 miles North of Starke on Hwy 16 of household Items. Morgan Rd. olf unless credit I. already established, COZY FURNISHED STUDIO APT. FOR CLOTHES SALI 18 months to 4Tchildr.
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, toward prlton. Barn on West tide of 301, North on CR 233 1 mil. down on with this office.MONITOR RENT low yearly rotes, dock .,,'! clothes. Many like new. Call
135 W. Call St. 9646305. road by split level home under pecan left, follow signs. Itchg 10/22 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD available, located on Lok. Geneva, 4734748. Itpd 10/22
ALICIA HAY n.w hay, $25. Delivery grove.. Delivery available Arthur GIANT YARD SALE In Hampton In frontof RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN utilities paid. 4732919. 4tchg GARAGE SALI Sat.. Oct. 24 330 South
available. All hay In barn. 7 mil.West Catkin., 7823727. 10/22 TF Christian Church. Western books, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 10/15.11/5 Grove Street. 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Itchg
of Stark on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gasklnt. WHOLESALI TRAMPOLINES LOWEST children and adult clothes, knickknacks THE TELEPHONE. HOUSE FOR RENT ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER 10/22
9648356. 8/27 TFchg PRICE EVER! I One month only, 14 ft. lots mor. No early bird., Friday Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. prior LAKE Nice 2BR furnished, AC/H, YARD SALI Fri. t Sat. on Nightengale.
OAS STOVIt 36 Inch, $75. Phone galvanized, only $259.95. Christmas and Saturday. Itpd 10/22 to Thursday publication. fireplace, screen porch on big lot. 9 a.m. until ? Itchg 10/22
9645684. 9/24 TF Layawayt. $25 hold until Chrlttmat. FRIDAY Oct. 23 from, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Minimum charge is 15 words for S3.50, 473-2440 or 2464160. $325/mo. Itpd YARD SALI huge yard tale, Frl., Oct
1IMIROCK, FILL SAND hauled and Call now. Jax, 1-778-3227. 10/22 9tpd Off Hwy. 301 North, turn right by Textile then 15 cents for each word thereafter. 10/22 23, Sat., Oct. 24. Pur. Greek 100%
spread. 782.3172, Allen Taylor, 12/17 Town, 1st trailer on lft. Itpd 10/22 TWO BEDROOM HOME on Lake Genevain wool rug tablet,china, baby furniture,
Lawt.y. 9/24 TF MOVING SALEi antique round table, 4 FAMILIES YARD SALE 1st house Northof Keyston AC, screen porch, no clothes, lot. morel Swan Lake Road.
ALICIA HAY Fr.ih cut, $25 a roll. All' four chairs, $350; 84" couch In ear- Lawty school, Oct 24. 8.5 p.m., pets $395. 1-796-6044. 10/15 4tchg Itchg 10/22
hay und.r barn 7 miles from Stark.on, thtonet, like new, $250; antique trunk new Christmas Items, odds and ends, PERSONAL SERVICES 11/5 YARD SALE Sat., Oct. 24, 9 a.m. ? Hwy
Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964.6167 or $50; drop front desk, $90. 4733285. furniture. 7823944. Itchg 10/22 TWO lED ROOM, 1'/. both mobile horn, 218 off of Hwy 21 at Mr. Macs Rest. 3
782-3727. 6/4tfn Itpd 1022ELECTRIC 5 FAMILIES SALEi Hampton lake on Hwy central heat A air, in Clay County. block. Trailer on left with 2 wishing
SIGNS I N.w deluxe flashing arrow signs RANGE double oven, 4burner. 18 household goods, adult A children's PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile S235. 473-2566 10/22 2tchg 10/29 wells. Look for signs. Furniture, small
$259 non-arrow $239. Factory Direct .. Excellent condition. T. H. Be- clothing. 4 lazy-boy recliners, Ethan hornet, pools, deck., tldewalkt. Freeettlmatet. truck topper, misc. itch 10/22
warranty. Free lettert. Delivered ment, 1221 Bradford St. Call noon to 2 Allen desk dressers, Baiiett bedroom Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5 HELP WANTED
without obligation for Inipectlon. Factory p.m.. and 6-10 p.m. l0/152tchg 10/22 suite, king-. .. bed. Saturday and Sun tfnchg
1-800-233-7566, anytime SIGNS REMINGTON SHOTGUNi Model 870Wlngma.ter day, 8 until. Itpd 10/22 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
L.T.D. Icon 87-419 with Call The lawn Barber. 473-3590. FreeEstimate. TEENAGE BABYSITTER WANTED 2 daysa MOBILE HOME FOR RENT -12X64, excellent .
cote, cleaning kit, FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 9-5 p.m.. 1 .. week, 6.8 hr. weekly Begin Oct 21
DR. SIMONSEN'S high quality food.Complet. and 3/5 tfnchgJET condition, screen porch, car
dog thelts. Alto
410 ,
gauge pump action mile East off Rd. 16 on Rd. 225. Stereos,
at 4 30 473-9728, leave
nutrition for all breeds It 964.8710 after 4 p.m. Itpd 10/22 clothes, mist Itchg 10/22 SKI REPAIR good service, low p.m. messagefor port, fence, utility shed, central air and
price. A.k Jimmy or Steve on Sot or Carol. 2tchg 10/15-10/23 heat, $275/mo. 473.4019 after 5
now available In Florida. Delivered In KEROSENE HEATER p.m.
Sun. 475.3282.4tpd 10/1-10/22 4tcho 10/15-11/4
500 Ib. 'lots or more. Quantity dls- Itchg 10/22
furniture, Good
baby bedspreads,
INSULATED WELL HOUSES from $100. $14,707 to $66.819/yar. Now hiring!
countt. Call Mel LIndsey, 9043948272.fcan SEVERAL ITEMSi 4 hogs farrowing cratet, prices, Rd. 230A behind Bethel BaptistChurch 14X20 garage on dab from $3,995.473.4385.3tpd CALL JOB LINE 1-318-459-3611 Ext. LOST AND FOUND
87-420 $60 each Live bobwhite quails, $1.25 9.4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 10/8-10/22 F3339A for Info. 24hr. Stpd 10/15.10/29
SIGNSII Lighted blackboard, special each. Thermo electric furnace, $125. 10/22
remodeling and 214 area, puppy.
$149. window
Lighted sign $119. Call 964.7789. Itchg 10/22 FRIDAY A SATURDAYi
414 N. Water St.
A-frame tldewalk $149. refinishing, light hauling. 473-1148 your Income and be your own boss Answers to name of Buddy. If found
sign Programmable THEY ARE INIIPap.r Shell Pecan. $1 Clothes and other Items. 10/22
Itpd leave a me.iage. 4tpd 10/15.11/5 while working at horn. If you are a contact K. Weeks, 4730200. Itchg
LED sign' $3991 Flashing 9646657.
arrow pound. Itchg 10/22 71S LAURA STREETi Little' bit of have
sign $299. See locally, 1-800-423-0163, PEAS FOR SALE) Call 964.6521 or everything. Saturday and Sunday. Itpd HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs addition a good telephonevoice
and others, toll
can supervise
anytime, Icon 87.416 9648733. Itpd 10/22 10/22 or complete building. 30 year
282-4482 for Information.
STEREO COMPONENT SYSTEM In glass SEVERAL ITEMSi RVT tires, 120().I 5 all FRIDAY A SATURDAYi 8.5 p.m., furniture experience serving Bradford and Clay 10/22 more Itchg BANK
cabinet with turntable, cassette, tuner terrain radial., I... than 100 mile., lots of misc. Items. Rd. 125 5 Count! .. 4734018. 5/28 tfn
and equalizer Cost $800, tell $250. co.t $417 tell for $320. Alto two miles West of Lowtey. Itchg 10/22 FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
Great Xmas gift. 96 .4467. Itchg 10/22 washing machines, $50 each, runt 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Oct. 23-24, Friday House out of level?? LaRue Leveling ACREAGE REPOS
LADIES COWHIDE JACKET Tailored, (lined _good. 9645664. Itpd 10/22 9..., Saturday 8-2 1002 Butler Rd. Pots service for all your foundation repairs,
split cowhide, $50. Alto multicolor HEAVY EQUIPMENT John Deere 690-A and pans, car radios, pine firewood 4737721. 7/9 tfnchg 9.7 ACRES IN OAK FOREST Call
rabbit fur $30. Size 1112. 9648498. Crawler, hoe, $11,500; Cat D6D 1984. stereo, 1976 Plymouth car, clothes of COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, 17787380. 4tpd 10/1.10/22 1985 ChadwickMobile
Itpd 10/22 1600 hours, angle dozier,$47.500: John many sizes. Lots of misc. Cancel rain. painting, electrical, plumbing.
SWEET POTATOES for tale. 7823292. Deere 450C, 1973 $10.500; Cat D4D Itchg 10/22 Reasonable rate. Licensed contractor, Home
Itpd 1022.EFRIGE..TO. Winch and blade $9500; 15-ton Little' FRIDAY A SATURDAY 8.3 p.m. 1 mile RB0049306. Call Mitch, 4733940. 8/20 --NOW
with working Icemaker, Giant truck crane, Cat A GM dle.elt, West of 301, Hwy. 18. Plenty of |unk. TFchg Excellent Condition
avocado color. Needs minor repairs air operated $19,500; 10-ton link belt Itpd 10/8 RENTINGKEYSTONE --
Make me an offer 964-6624 after 4 rough terrain hydraulic crane, $13,500. YARD SALEi Antiques and crafts kitchen MISCELLANEOUSPACK 1985 Redmon
p.m. Itpd 10/22 Call 904.733.5655 days or 731.0039 stove, microwave, 15' aluminum
USED APPLIANCES FOR SALEi 18 ft. .v... Itpd 10/22 fishing boat with motor 6 hp Mercury RAT Buy, tell and trade collectible Doublewlde
refrigerator gas dryer and Maytag A trailer; '72 VW t-bucket dun buggy, Item and antiquet. Used furniture,
__washer. 964-6019.ltjsd-10/22 furniture, many other Items. Thursday glassware, jewelry and much more. VILLAGE Mobile Home
COMPOUND BOW Black Mag' excellent Subscribe thru Sunday. 9645357. US 301 to 16, Come see for your.elf. One mite east APARTMENTS Excellent Condition
condition. Many extrat. $100. toward Slat Prison, go 3 miles to 233, of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
Bedroom Patio
4732692. .w Today Morgan Church Rd., turn loft go 3 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg 1-2-3 Style
miles to NW 55th Ave., turn left 1st Apartmentsfrom 1984 Brigadier

.. ..... .. .. house on left. Itpd 10/8 $220 Per .
---- -- --WMV V.-?--- ... .......- WANTED MonthLOCATED
3 FAMILY TAG SALEi wallpaper He-men Singlewide

STARKE HOUSING CENTER toys, chest of drawers, clothes many WANTED USED JET SKIS AND PARTS IN Mobile Home
odds A ends. Frl & Sat.. 10.2, Slot Rd. KEYSTONECLUB
ask Jimmy or Steve on Sat. or Sun.
230 at Bridge 2 miles from 301. Itpd Excellent Condition
475-3282. 4tpd 10/1.10/22
2nd Anniversary Celebration 10/8 ESTATES Avallabl
loop across 2nd RR crossing on curve CARSDO For Qualified Applicants
All Singlewide Homes $300 Down little bit of everything. Itpd 10/8 CALL .All Bid Considered

eAIi Doublewldes $500 Down FRIDAY a SATURDAY Hwy. 100 approx. YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PICK UP? If Interested Call
8 miles west of Stork., or 5 miles East We buy. Call Dale or Paul at Austin 473-3682
Payments as Low as $126 Per Month! I of Lake Butler Clothing from babies Motort. 473-2720. Stpd 10/28 964-7050
adult., some furniture, tools, and 84 ISUZU IMPULSE good condition. ,
All Homes Completely Reconditioned many other items 9 am.5 p.m. Itpd loaded $5,800. 4739135. 2tchg SORRY rev Ext. 233For

Delivery, set-up all closing costs and 10/8 10/15.10/22 NO PETSse
BIG YARD SALEi Thurs.. Frl., & Sat. Weston 1976 CHEVY BLAZER "X... 350 engine, ...r..-.. Appointment To SeeDavid
,homeowners insurance included in financed price. 16 to 225, left 'Ii mil*. Clothes and asking 2000. 4732770. Itpd 10/22 10/.29 ..
lots of other items. Itpd 10/8,1\ 1970 DODGE POLARA- 2DR. almost new .
Live Radio Remote This Saturday GIGANTIC GARAGE SALEi Clothes, girl. tirev; -rant good needi"fom"worknn< .
size 12-14 juniors, size 9> todies size $300 at It. Call after 10 a.m. 473-4348. "
Oct. 24 with "Boomer" on WQIK FM99 1214. ladies shoes. Misc. household Jack or Nell. Itchg 10/22 Lawson Paint & Body Shop
Items. Lawtey, corner of NW 57th Ave
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A 20O-A next to Tatum Sawmill. Satur- FOR SALE
j All Homes Delivered Before Oct. 30
day Only! Itchg 10/8 Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

eNO PAYMENT TILL 198811! GARAGE SALEi Inside Frl & Saturday. HOMECOMING DRESS knee length,
7'' -......,-.-----....--..-- 739 S. Westmoreland, 9.3 p.m. Book., sire 7. $60. Call Terri! Owens at 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133 TND
1 washer clothes for baby girl. or 473-2741. Itchg 10/22
adults. 10/8
Itpd FREESTANDING FIREPLACE includeschimney .
FRIDAY* SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 12 noon. --
excellent condition. $200.
1316 W. Madison St. 10/8
Year End Closeout Itpd 4732943. 2tchg 10/22.10/29
from park. Children, men, ladies CART good running condition. $295.
clothing, household items, fabric Itpd
4732028. Itpd 10/22 FREE ESTIMATES AND
Sale MOVING SALEi Oct. 10. 10 o.m.-4 p.m. TYPES
Some furniture, tools, dishes, electrical MOBILE HOME LOT for tale In Clay Coun 0' (374.1443 or home: 485-1556 DROOPING
;. appliances, etc. 842 W. lafayett ty. 2000. Owner will finance
St. Itpd 10/8 4732566. 10/22 3tchg 11/5 ROOFING LICENSE R0005.0707INSUREDBONDED

GARAGE SALEi Saturday, 10/10, 8.4
p.m. Household, clothes furniture A
mist 1420 W. Pratt St. Itpd 10/8

bargains of _
year ; Fill Dirt. Soil .2 and 3 BR Apt*. Now Available
Top 2 BR from $180-1274 plus utili tie.. 3 BR from $200-$3g(
VIPs: ES-90 Bassboat. 15.4' Bassboat. 85 HP Tilt & Trim.

Trailer Motorguide prop trolling batteries motor.rigged Super&ready 60 depth a S7.50O.finder. Large or Small Loads of Li.f1 rock Central 1530 West heat/air Madison and appliances St. or call 964-6312 furnished

Tractor Work Backhoe' Bulldozer Monday-Friday, 9 a.m'. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity

18' Center console 125 HP tilt &trim.Calr.drive-on

trailer loaded ready to fish. 9995. 964-6182 964-5823 964-6095
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18' Center console WCalr. drfve-on trailer. a 6995.

IIlJ! HERITAGE VILLAS I i Elixson Wood Products Inc. .

ALUMACRAFT Maverick 16.4 Bassboat. 2 to choose from. Prices 700 Bradford Court- in. Starke.. i Cypress Mulch and.Pine Bark

start at 5995. .

You Pick-up or We Deliver
R....... applications will b. acepted for
87 Super hawk((1)) only;40 HP.TM.Battery drive-on
trailer rigged. $4,895. new one''and two bedroom apartments t We Also Have

for Initial occupancy In October 1987.

STOTTCRAFT 87 V-154 Bassboat. 70 HP Tilt&Trim rigged& ready Rent from $220 per month plus i Red Heart Cypress Lumber i

to fish((1))only $7,395. utilities. Located at 700 Bradford 1

I Court In Starke. For rental Informa- 964-6649 s.j
Driveoni .
e W r.-.
86 164 Sunsport Ski boat. 70 HP tilt&trim. tion, call 813. 43.3251, E.H.O.
trailer rigged 8495.

142 Predator B U boat((3)) to choose from fully rigged. I EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Durrance Pump & Supply

AGGRESSOR Prices start at 5295. U.S. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke
155 Bass Champ((1))only.Fully rigged 45 HP.trailer *Pumps plumbing *Well Drilling,

Trolling motor battery. $6,1957 ( .

'88 172 Magnum. 150 Suzuki drive-on trailer trolling

motor battery rigged boat show demo. 10995.
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170 I/O 3.0 litre trailer. loaded 8995. FOR RENT by the night, week or month_

0 I

s'Q Cycle Repair e Parts a AccessoriesUS

er j
O 301 N. Starke 964-5805

,1 Sport fairings KIWI helmets c..l ,

r TACKLE & MARINE $45.50 full face air vents

Chain Lube OPEN: TUES-SAT.

$2.50 15 YR9. EXPERIENCE
Carlisle TIRES

130-90-16 $59.95 Cylinder Boring

Face Shields Continental TIres $20.00

3070 Blanding Blvd.,4 Middleburg: Florida 32068 2.50 130-90-17 ATV & 4 Wheeler

(One mile south of Middleburg on Hwy 21)) Walnut Street "T 0 Oil$1.99 Filters .-:-,- repairs

O. O AnaaTDowns$16.50
across from post office Starke V
Phone: C904) 282-3115 or 282-3116

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Starke Union Danny ServicemenPvt. Berry

County. In South Korea

Army Pvt. Danny L. Berry, son of

--- .. John R. Clemons and stepson of
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--- ..- -..- Joan M. Clemons of Lake Butler has

NOTICE HELP WANTED arrived for duty with the 503rd In-

Berry is an Infantryman.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering HIRING sewing machine txeaaatOD
mama vnu
to the Bradford County Pines Care Center 3-11 charge nurse, operators. Paid holidays paid vacation. *HOME CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
Meats and snack...........
Telegraph alike In writing and paid In full-time. PRN. LPN'l needed.. EOE. Experience helpful but will train. Call .%.2A89. lOllS to the Union offk'
advance unl... cr.dlt I I. already Phone 9646220. Experienced need only Hourly rat. Apply in person at Vogue SSchg.

established with this office. to apply. 2/12 tin Manufacturing. 710 S. Water St.. unless. credit {is already established



THI TELEPHONI. engine mechanic Apply In person at Lake Butler Hospital a Hand Surgery TANK SERVICE Septic.II.., drain dASSIFKDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

Classified d.adlln. It TUESDAY. Bryan Ace Hardware, 473-4006 Center. SR 121 a IOO. lake ......... fields Mt ___. light pole and THE TELEPHONE.
NOON prior to Thursday publication Keystone Hts. 10/8 TF 904-494-2323 EOE. 10/22 2tchg 10729 well.*.(Package Deal).Can 275-7268 Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY.
Classified.display deadline TUESDAY. LAST CHANCEI Fantastic |lob WOMAN TO MOVE IN with elderly lady. 279-217. 9/3 3tpdL 11/36 or NOON prior to Thursday publication.
9.00: P.M. Special Classified display demonstrating for the wortd't Number Call 964-5865 after 6 p.m. hchg 10/22 Minimum charge I I.15 wards for$3.50.

plac.m.nt It NOT Guaranteed. One toy S gift company. A few openings SEWERS Women's apparel sewing fac then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Minimum charg. for classified ads It left. Also booking parties through tory. Experienced operator needed HOMESFORSAIE
I 13 words for $3.30. th.n IS cents for November Call Iris today. 9642030. alto mechanic. GVL Fashions,

each word thereafter. 10/8 TF Gainesville. 3357366.10/22 TF FOR SALE Halloween Hobgoblinsand
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT assembly work. Jewelry toys, others. per title. Write ACE-AI11. 161 S. Uncolnway. GOVERNMENT HOMES from SI. (U
FT I PT available Call today. N. Aurora. IL 60542. 10/22 repair). Delinquent tax property.epossesion STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage Head
1-318-459-3346. (Toll Refundable) Dept. 4tpd 1112HAIRSTYLIST .. Call I(805)687-AOOO. space? We have 5xlO and 10x10 mini Injury
83377 24 hr. 10/8 3tpd 10/22 NEEDED experience and Ext. GH-II36. for current repo list. warehouses Hale and Associates

WANT YOUR TO STOP BUSINESS TRAIL MOTEL I RESTAURANT lawtey. following preferred.9646777.1022 TF IO/22 ...... I2/IO 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27

Alcoholics housekeepers, laundry workers, chauffeur license far llmererk heel. UTirjb: Reduced for quick sole. 3 Wanted: Responsible party to take
'4-4150-to4-e21 Anonymous waltert, waitresses, dishwashers, Cell .....17" days. or 47S-2I9S eve. $38.000.BA.OUA.agolat.Iv S4I.SOO over law monthly payments on spinet

pd thru 10/29 cooks helper, line cook. Experience Hchg 1022RECEPTIONIST 2/Srm Moitiei Itealty. 964-4469. piano. See locally. Call Mr. Whit.,

CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Fr.. helpful but not necessary. Will train. : Insurance Clerk, physicians 1(800)327-3343.( ) ext. 102. 10/15 3tpd.

..tlmat... Handy-Man F.nc. Co. Must be 18 years of age. Apply In person office Lak. Butler. Experienceprefsrred. 10/29 faA
Own.r Tommy Reddish.. 964-8539 tfn only. No phone calls Wayne Nor. 25-30 hours per week. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY REESE HITCH with tow bars. Electric trolling -
HANDYMAN electrical man Manager. 10/15 2tchg 10/22 4960092. Itchg 10/22 RENT/LEASE motor. Set of side mirrors. Moble
compl.t. home PRESS OPERATOR, SHIFT LEADER: Join a NEED CASH FOR THE HOLIDAYS? hutch. Small Thomas organ. Call

Reasonable rates Llc.n..d repair. fast growing company In a north. Minimum wage earners double or triple 4963875. Itchg. 10/22
R800493O6 Coll Mitch. contractor. central Florida rural community. Cost your income each week with OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE CARPET AND PAD Fits room size 13'.20'.
LAWN SERVICE for 4733940. 1/9tfn Press experience preferred. Must have Christmas Gift Sole. No experience Located in Union County Time Excellent condition. Shag. Olive color.
m.rclal. residential and com- quality press production and necessary.: Call for appt. 782-3790. building. Call for information. Asking$100.Call 431.1676 or 4311970. fnmfkin flaMlgkl sad brighttfthtmi
rates Fr. 4962261. tm. anhHult If lUt tUU'iMirfy.
estimates. 964-4238. 7/16 tfnchg maintenance skills plus strong leadership Itchg 1022UNLIMITED Itchg. .
ability. Apply to Dennis Miller OPPORTUNITY Subsidise

COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry Citrus Publishing Inc., P.O. Box 1899. your Income and be your own boss INSURANCEMAINES LAND FOR SALE

painting electrical plumbing. Inverness, Fl 32651. 9047261441. fcan while working at home. If you are a

Reasonable rat... Licensed 87-424 ..II-.t_, have a good telephone INSURANCE
contractor E.
: With the end of October here,
RB0049306 Mitch 473.3940.8/20TFchg THE BRADENTON HERALD a Knight- voice, and can supervise others, call Main S_. Lake ......... 4963978. 1-3-5 ACRE LOTS Oil LARGER New River the sights and sounds of Halloween
Plantation -
on SR-IOO. Pine Tree Estateson
202-4482 for
DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can'tbecause Ridder newspaper Is seeking a more information. Itchg Complete Insurance Service. 4/IO tfn evident
classified sales 10/22 sa.I. near WS. Pin*Tree Estate on are more Pumpkinsare
of high cost of child care? I am advertising supervisor.This
carved and kids
Is for sales BABYSITTING far 3 and 6 old. US-301 near Starke. Low down payment are preparing
Christian that to position responsible year part
woman wants h.lp. HELP WANTED their costumes for the trickor
owner financing. Hale and
time full
Call 7823462. 9/10 TF training sales motivation and sales or time non-smoker prefer
TELEPHONE SERVICES installation and planning for a staff of 9 people. red. Need reference My home or Associate 496-3939 tfnchrg 93CARSTRUCKS treat festivities.Even though
there is a lot of fun associated
Classified advertising yours, near Storks Elementary or hove CAREIR OPPORTUMTT
repair telephones and equipment, experience a For sewing
with all hallows eve, it is also a
prewires and jack Installation tales plus. Applicant. should have supervisory car. 964-7777. 10/22 2tchg 10/29 machine operatoi Offer 2 week paid time to exercise caution.

and services. Alan Hutcheson experience, and be able to type ARE YOU A PROFESSIONAL TELEPHONE vocation, insurance plan 3 paid Accidents,leading to mild and
9644924. 10/1 4tpd 10/22 43 wpm. Computer experience helpful. PERSON Top pay plus doily bonuses holiday and profit shanng. Experience head and other
BAKER LP GAS. INC. Do you know or Please apply to Personnel Deportment make this lob very rewording. If you helpful but not necessary. We will severe injuries if
196 FORD PICKUP Three .peed. 360 mishaps, can occur certain
Bradenton Herald 102 Manatee Ave. or. dependable and able to work with tram. in .
care what pay for ? Fall Apply person Laka Butler Apparel.
you propane ;,.. rules To
Call ignored.
MOO. 4963455. are ensure
engi It/chg.
special and senior citizens discount. West Bradenton. Fla. 34205. fcan people, part-time and full time positions thv83TAKING .
that have Halloween
10122 you a Happy -
Family owned and operated. We don't 87-417 available. Call 282-4482 for oppt. APPLICATION FO HELP to help ,here is a list of safety tipi to
charge any deposits. We sell and rent GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commercial Itchg 10/22 work in part NAPA Coil ....23015. Ittiw follow
needs I IIf .PART TIME WORK with animals. Hn/chg.10/22
bulk tanks and cylinders. W. also hove Transport owner/operators 1. Wear a bright costume that
need. will train Maintenance and clean-up farm CLEAN USED CARS
oxygen helium and acetylene. you training we you. can be seen by drivers and
1.800.635.2371 You will operate your own tractor. If building and outside. Applications by
or 2596810. 10/15..tpd FOR RENT 87 Cavalier C-L fellow trick or treaters. If
11/5 you don't have one, CommercialTransport appointment only. 485.1 174. Graham.
are wearing a dark costume -
$11.430. $9960. you
LET GEORGE DO ITT 11 I George's Remodel offers a purchase program l0/222tchg 10/29 some shiny
ing and Handyman Service. Carpentry that we think Is one of the best In the OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE '87 Cavalier CS reflective tape to clothes.
Industry If are 21 or over and think located in Union County *Building your
electrical you
plumbing tile, home BUSINESS 10990. IS $8650. 2. Don't walk on the street,
repairs, bath and kitchen remodeling you may qualify call for a complete at ISO West Main. Call 4962261. for stick to the sidewalk. When
formation Call OPPORTUNITIESOWN more information, tfn '87 Cavalier CS
general maintenance. No |lob too package. weekdays: do have to cross the
small low Toll free 1-800-348-2147. ask for CLEANEST HOMES TOWNI fur.nished. you
hourly rates. All work $9100. IS $73SO. street,make sure you look In
97. fcan 87-4n all electric central heat and
guaranteed 964-6359. 10/15
2tpd YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe all directions
86 Cavalier CS
air. private paved road laundry and
10/22 REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call store, choose from: Jean/sportswear, 3. Don't wear a mask or a large
PIANO AND ORGAN WANTED Old North Real park playground. Near school, .hasp.. Exc.Cond$6986..
or 17554040. Florida EstateCollege. ladies apparel men's, childrenmaternity state facriihe PMES hat that might obscure your
newer model. Also piano tuning and 7/30tfn SR-121..ost Lake
large sizes petite, 87 Celebrity vision.
Butler Call
repairing don. Call 964-5497 after 2p.m. HOMEMAKERSI Kids In school? Need Two childrenmax.
dancewear/aerobk. bridal lingerie. 4. Try to go trick or treating
and .
no pet* cho/tfn 5/21 $11.720. $9750.
Itpd 10/22 extra cash? Free kit and supplies.House accessories store. Add color analysis. BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE&able while it is still light out.

of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964-2030 or Brands: Liz Claiborne Gasoline.Healtex. Main Street in Lake Butler,next door on toAventurefand 87 Chevy Berretta 5. If you are out at night make

see In person at lot A-29 Waldo Flea Levi!. Lee, Camp Beverly Hills Y...... Call 496O077.tfn $13.513.IS $1O.68O sure you bring along a flash
Market. 8/27 TFchg St Michel., Chaus. Outback Red. -*.6 light.Not only will your pathway .
EASY WORKI Excellent payl! Assemble Genesis Forenzo. Organically Grown ir x MT THREE BEDROOM MORE HOME 87 Olds Delta 88$15.450.IS be lit,but you can avoid
Classified Ads products at home. For Info. Call Over 2000 others. Or $13.99 one price Ideal for small $12.580 falling down or tripping over
family 5175
.... large yard.
.. --Gel 'ResultsDIESEL -- S04. I.8003. ext. A9579. 10/15..tpd designer.-multi tier pricing discount: or per month. ....2IW2. HNdg.10/3 87 Olds CJera'Brougham Was something that could I lead to :
MATURE RESPONSIBLE HEALTHY PERSON family shoe ttore. Retails price THREE a bump on the head.
I 1/2
to sit with elderly man from 9.5:30: unbelievable for quality shoe normally bath. central 'heat and air. furnished.Rarfard 15446. IS $11.960 6. Always trick or treat with

Monday-Friday. Must be able to driveto priced from $19 to $80. Over 2SO on CR793. Call 431.1079.10152tcg.1022 '87 Olds Cutlass wagon someone else.Preferably withan
Gainesville for doctors oppts. Send brands 2600 styles, $14.800 to$26.900:: adult or with a group of

response to Sitter P.O. Drawer A, Inventory training fixture, grand TWO BEDROOM MOTE HOME onprivat. $13.570. IS $9980. friends.
Starke 32091. 10/22TF opening airfare, etc. Can IS '
open .lot.Free cable hookup.Located 87 Olds Toronado
days. Mr. Loughlin ((612) 7. Try to stay in your neighborhood
TRUCK DRIVERS Poole Truck Line needs 10/22 behma dork's Grocery on SR23I.south. $21.064. B $14.960 or in a familiar, local
MECHANIC experienced over-the.rood drivers.Must S2OO. per month pus 5505 .
b. at least 23 with good driving' 1000 SUNBEDS Toning Table*. Sunal-/ deposit. Far information call 7523138. '87 Olds Clerra area.
NEEDED record and work history. Excellent pay WOLFF Tanning bed. SlenderQuest 10/22 2t/chg. 10/29 Was 13900. IS $10.488 8. In.pechU trick or treat goodies -
Passive Exerciser. Call for Free color i before eating them, and
have tools and and benefits package. Drivers with HOUSE FOR RENT Throe bedroom. I '
own 86 Buick Skylark CS that is
catalogue. Save to 50% never eat anything
less than 12 months bath.
experience S2SO.
may per.to.,plus$50.securi.
own telephoneBlue apply as a Poole Driver Trainee. ApplyIn 18002286292. Icon 87-427 ty ........... Call 4961375.118d. !0nCO's Was 10520. $845O.. not properly wrapped or
SNACK VENDING: hottest machine in appears to have been tampered -
Cross-Blue Shield
person: Poole Truck Line, 2241 CLEAN: USED TRUCKS
D.trolt Blvd., Pensacola Fla. years Retire In 10 year. Unbelievable. CHECK US OUTI dean rental with.
After 60 days ((904477-6481 1.800.225.5000)). EOE. return possible to 6 months. Work I 'homes ........ VU>*..... 86 Silverado Pick-Up It's unfortunate, but true,
Apply In person fcan 87.29GREYHOUND day per month. SO secured location Private park I wr6ad $10.488 accidents occur when you I least

8 a.m.5 p.m. FARM h.lp wanted six S3.000 to $20.0OO investment PINES SKI2I. just south of SRIOO in expect them. Over 540.000
day. and/or nights 40 hrs.. own 1-800-542-8111 Ext. 7. lean 87-428 lake Butler. Call 496-2366. Mn/chg. 86 Chevy C-1O SllveradoPw children in the U.S. suffer head

transportation and phone required. 10/22 .PL V-8.AT AI r $9900. injuries' each year."Children are
most susceptible to injuriesbecause
Applications by appt. only. 485-1174 : '87 G-2O Beauville
221, Hampton Graham. 10/22 2tchg 10/29 they are more active
Call 964.8083 MOBILE HOMES B $15.960 and coordinated than adults"

PART-TIME ADVERTISING salespersonfor y._. ....WIllI FOR SALE 85 Chevy 5-10 Bonus Cab says Dr.Carol Luzzi,director of
For More Information ,tsar BlrdDog. Apply in person Bradford FREE SLIM.,......e.4 f .,I.sN New Medico's Pediatric Rehabilitation -
__Y.er.s r IIr r 71..wdA. 5 spd. air $5688. Visitors Hospital
Telegraph 135 W. Call St.. Starke. tf .__.-MlaT_._ at
..--ea----.- 11161 MOMU HOME Two bedroom '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe in Buchanan Michigan.To
1/2 bath, central 'heat and ..!,. Must ensure a fun and safe Halloween,
xvou..rro.wd! rare V-6. AT $7500. the Medico Head
see to appreciate. $6.000. Call Injury
Bob Wright Housing (904)737-7311 496-0071. tfn/chg- 3/19 '85 C-1O Silverado Sy.trm.lynn.M....,urges you

SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile. .homes V-8.AC.AT.PW.PL, $9450. to follow the safety lips list.For
we.arnvr tlwr ra-reel.Ye for sale or rent.Also.lots for sale.Hal free year-round safety tips or
301 N. Starke -m.rrw...-....-... amEsM..Y 3 additional trucks
,. and Associates 496-3939.1fncbg 9/3 Information on head injury treatment
964-4587 LIKE NEW I9M THREE BHMrOOM. 2 '86 Izuzu Space Cab call 1-800-CARE TBI.

lATH DCNJUfWsDC.. New lentiel A/C. $625O.
SI4JM. ...... SI2.7M. -"-. Mec
:{ T.H.E. Apartments ...-. Sr. *.IJI7. 1O/B 3t/chg. ORGAN WELLS

922 E. Brownlee St. MOTILE 10/22 HOME FOIl SALE Kepossed No Chny -OJdaHWY'
cL1'y 301 N. Starke
down payment ouner financed. Call
2 & 3 BR's 4963715. Sills Mobile Home Park.Itpd. &&-7S00

,iC ( ) Available 1022MOMU
CD) HOME -44*SQ. FT. large living

room. Two ......-. S2.9OO. You
Low Income move. Located at

JLNEW Housing Forest Pork Apartments.Call 4964439.S
C H Construction. 372.7029. 102241chg.


EQUAL HOUSING Train to be aE


1 Only 28x7O $28,835 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. .

1 Only 28x64 $28,835 CommercialBuilding Idealkw.RepcdrShop

1 Only -26x54 $19,995All $200 per monthAt 8 Moving

Prices Include Delivery Set-Up & Tie Down. Rear ofMosloyTIrvCo. Start localy full-time/part-time.hi I ThroughoutSouth.e.5

See Dick Knott for Specials in Starke on live.Arse compu rs. Fonts .CompleteTear .

i On US 301 Souths. .'m and resident Raining.Fswndal Down

,- 1725 sq. ft. .. Lynn atLynn's aid evailable. Jobplacement And Sot Up
....tance. National
36000.00 ; Smell Sldas.Insured.
Body Shoj> he.dquaisr..Ughlhou. point FI .

Opening Nov. 1st 964-8629 or coll McOowfioll A.c.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL 1-800-330-8282

Pleasant Valley Care Center after 6:30 pm 1-904-786-8989 1400-.324004 *Kh.IO/t-1:

l .. .. ,- -.... -., -
905 W. Madison St. --- -

A state licensed adult congregate living NOW ACCENTING APPLICATIONS LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow

facility. Trained staff and 24 hr. Forest Park Apartments taking applications for 1-7-3-4 bedroom units. Th.s. all-

supervision. High level of attention & care to Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts.. range .gf electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have)

wall-to-wall oiid I.il.h.m; : appliance Onsite -
toward home carpeting
atmosphere geared ,
all. Family heat &
refrigerator, carpet cent air : :. __ .. .';: laundry facilities. Rental assistance available) for qualified
living. Visitors welcome. patio and laundry. Rents from $180. "i"? .{fr applicants. .
$220. min. 775 NE 1st SL Lake Butler -> f..; For application and Information

Oct. Office Hours: 9-5 For Informatton/appOcatioo( ) : 1005 SW. see tIiSt.) us at.. GJ--- : -

Tropical Property Management Inc.
lake) Butler. FL 32054Or s.......-.'
1021 NW 40th Dr.Gainesville. H 32G05
964-4546 Nights 964-6743 Call 49e-3141 awk.na.'.
(904) 496-3439 E.H.O.


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35 Felony Cases Received by Bradford State Attorney in Sept.

The Bradford County Office of trolled substance; defendant merit. Sworn complaints were filed assault, uttering a forged Instru- Two investigations were handled
State Attorney Eugene Whitworth sentenced on other charges. Robert Earl Terrell arrested Aug. charging defendants with ment; those cases were dismissedfor by the office of the state attorney;
received 35 new individuals cases Anthony Carroll charged with 10 for grand theft auto; victim does assault,issuing worthless aggravated insufficient evidence or unableto they were closed when no probablecause I
and/or felony defendants for prosecution grand theft; case lacks prosecutive not wish to prosecutive. checks,lewd lascivious or indecent locate vicitm. could be found.ORIANWELLS' .
during the month of
September according to In-
vestigator Wiley Clark.
Three of the cases were prison
Information was filed on 21 prior
cases and the office declined to prosecute
11 cases. Nineteen cases
were dismissed. There was one
jury trial. The office conducted one
state attorney investigation and filed : .
four felony appeals.No .
judicial action was taken on
three cases and four violation of r
probations were filed.Ten pleas of

guilty Thirty-one were accepted.misdemeanor cases Chevrolet Oldsmobi.le 44

were filed and six prior cases were
dismissed by the office in Sept., U.S. 301 North Gainesville -. 372-0103 Starke
said Clark.There were two nonjury Jax' 282-4522
(trials and 17 guilty pleas were ac-
'-'- -
repted '
Two petitions were filed in
luvemle court. The state attorney
Dismissed: one juvenile petition and
.even guilty pleas were accepted.
The following cases received final
disposition during the month of
ScplI.ort 87 ClearanceREGISTER

no Spikes charged with ag-
giava I d assault with a vehicle
thrown? deadly missiles into oc-
'uped Dwelling' ; case transferredto
iiisdemeanor: division.
Morns: Aaron arrested Aug.24 for
failure to appear; defendant pled
to other charges.
Junior McCrae arrested July 7 for
possession and delivery of controlled TO WIN I
substance; defendant sentencedon

Jimmy Lee Curry of charged contraband-with introduction Goes On

marijuana; insufficient evidenceas Drawing everySaturday
to this defendant.
Michael Adams arrested April 30 .
for burglary,grand theft; unable to
locate essential witness. _
Inmate Manuel Valle chargedwith
attempted escape, possession J
ol contraband-escape paraphernalia
; .; case lacks prosecutivemerit. $AVETHOUSANDS

Anthony Martin arrested Sept. 24,
1984 for aggravated battery; defen-
dant declared incompetent.
Inmate Theodore Robert Bundy
charged with attempted escape
possession of contraband-escape crJWCutlass
paraphernalia; case lacks pro-
secutive merit. L-,
Tony Lamar Henderson arrested
April 19 for resisting arrest with
violence trespass; found gwlty by
jury sentenced to one year on
count I to Bradford County Jail,
concurrent to 1984 case sentence,
one year BCJ on count 11 consecutive -
to count I.
Junior McCrae arrested July 7 for Ciera .
possession and delivery of controlled -
substance; pled guilty, sentenced OLDS CIERA SEDAN u,
to 60 days in BCJ, followed by
five years probation. ._ POWER LOCKSTinted .. '
Sandra Idella McCloud arrestedOct :
Glass I LIST 15,455
26 for armed robbery (two
l iN
counts); case dismissed. Window Defrosters I
Jeffrey Robert Tyer arrested July Auto Less NOVA CLAir 2553
19 for possession of cannabis, Trans 240 0. SN
possession of cocaine; case Cruise .
transferred to misdemeanor dIvi-
sion. Tilt 13 055 cruise
Robert John Scott arrested Oct. Air 5 Speed List 11,173
IS. 1906 for grand theft; case
transferred to misdemeanor division SN 1566 Power steering
Less 950.
Mary Ann Cadle arrested April 30, Wheel
1985 for issuing worthless check Stereo Cassette
|$1.746.07); completed pre-trial intervention -
program (PTI). 0,223
Nathaniel Thompson,Jr. arrested
April 24 for possession and deliveryof
controlled substance; defendant
pled to other charges.

with Douglas burglary Lee Robinson; insufficient charged We are making room

evidence lacks prosecutive as to this merit.defendant, case

Dorothy Risby arrested April 16
tor possession and delivery of controlled
substance; defendant pledto

Nathaniel other charges.Thompson,Jr. arrested for 1988 trucks
April 24 for possession and deliveryof more

pled controlled to other substance charges. ; defendant .

Joseph P. McLaughlin arrested
June 22, 1983 for manufacturing 350 V-$ Engine Power Windows
cannabis; defendant completedPTI
contract. Dualies Console_ Power locks
Sherry Denise Strong arrested July -
6, 1183! for attempted first degree Tilt
arson contract.; defendant completed PTI Bonus CabsSuburbans : Cruise

Brenda Lee Newby arrested Sept. MORE!
15, 1982 for aggravated assault; Ini
completed PTI contract. ,
Walter Wayne Rhoden arrestedJan. 4QU
2.19116 for grand theft; restitution Astros 1 1i i
made. ?
Mary Ann Cadle arrested April 30, !
1985 for issuing worthless check
$77460). ); completeed PTI contract Blazers

Cadle arrested 30,1985 for issuing

worthless check ($2,547.22); C1500 Silverado) Fleetside i1 SN 8004
completed PTI contract.
Robert E. Jones arrested April 19 $ 5 988 Extended Cab
for leaving scene of accident with + TAX
personal injury, DUI; faded to _
show for arraignment, case
dismissed insufficient evidence as
to this defendant. 04c. .
Delmar Johnny Williamson arrested .
May 19, 1985 for battery of A? c\ j
law enforcement officer, resisting \ '
arrest with violence; insufficient f. ,: I II.J
evidence as to this defendant.Carl -'
Jackson arrested March 20 .,, .,
for possession of controlled
substance, sale or delivery of con- ., ,
Mt ( .

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tle Vernon Reddish Jack Coleman Lorna Reddish Tom Smith Mac McClelland I '

;o rr.t5 will not reasonable offer I

. We refuse any

Turtle give their young no care at 1
.II.The mother sea turtle digs a hole in !
on any new car our inventory
on a beach and lay her egg\ coversthem
with end and then return to
the sea.The sun hatchet the egg.

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Salute to the Firefighters...

The Telegraph continues their salute to the area's volunteer Engineer Harvey McCarthy.On .
firefighters. the back row from left to right: Richard McCarthy, Henry Thorn- LORIDA
Shown here are members of the llellbronn Springs Department.From ton Chuck Davis Pat Southerland Danny Jordan and Joyce Cooley. PEST
left to right on the front row: Chief Terry McCarthy, Asst. Chief Not pictured: Bobby McClellan, Gerald Norman, Frankie Blackburn t
Kevin Howe Capt. Ted Cooley, Lt. Stanley Benckowsky and Chief Joe Cox. Bob Ake. Jeff Richardson and Jeff McClellan. ONTROL

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with the June 14, 1987 murder of a entering a plea of guilty to and drove his truck into The State Attorney's Office had Kit Form' Erected Shell *Exterior docka
Keystone Heights man have entered manslaughter, Brooke said. Ward's car before leaving, according originally charged the three with second -I For FREE presentation call: ..lntericwd..11I"FHA*VA Accepted flexibility
pleas of guilty to manslaughter The three men were arrested by to witnesses.The degree murder. Brooke had
charges and were sentenced under the Clay County Sheriff's Depart- told the Monitor if they were John E. Curies a United Realty of Starka a office:964-8447 home:473-3627
the Youthful Offender Act, according ment on Tuesday,June 16 in connec three followed sentenced to second degree murder
to the State Attorney's Office. tion with the June 14 death of John Stratton for half apparently a mile before he charges, they could each face prison
Irven Stratton, 46, of Keystone terms of seven to nine years.
Paul F. Sisk, 20, of Melrose and Heights.The pulled his truck off the road. SEA/RS
Fred C. Ward, 19, of Keystone Evidence shows a sturggle in the
Heights were sentenced on Tuesday area, but no motive for the beatingand
October 13. According to Director Ai arrests came as a result of an kicking death, according to Brooke said that the plea to the
Brooke with the State Attorney's Office investigation which revealed Strat- Director Lancaster. lesser charges of manslaughter AUTHORIZED TERMITE
both men received three yearsin ton had driven his pickup truck to a reduced the time they would serve in
prison and three years probationon party in an isolated area about three Stratton's beaten body was foundin prison and that they were all con-
the manslaughter charges. miles north of Keystone Heigts. The a wooded area near Bedford Oaks sidered under the Youthful OffenderAct &
party was attended by approxiamtely off Immokalee Road in Keystone which was passed by the
Michael James Fontana, 18, of 20 people and witnesses said Strat- Heights. The Duval County Medical Florida Legislature for offenderswho
Keystone Heights was sentenced on ton was not invited. Examiner's autopsy revealed that fell in the 18 to 25-year-old PEST CONTROLFor
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; Services was a member of Mt. Zion Primitive Butler; brother, Eugene Rogers of Heights,died Monday,Oct. 19,at his Palms Church. Survivors include sister, Willie
For Rev. J.H. Davis Baptist Church. Lake Butler; two sisters, Eva residence after a brief illness. Mae Anderson of Lakeland; three
Survivors include two sons, Blackwelder of Apopka and Myrtle Born Apr. 28, 1903 in Pottstown, George Rule nephews, Willie, Bobby and Jimmy
Set for ThursdayServices William Vernold of East Branch, Scarborough of Lake Butler; nine Pa., Mr. Reber moved to Keystonein Mr. George Edward "Eddie" Anderson all of Lakeland; three
N.y., and Keith Vernold of Coll- grandchildren and nine great 1983 from Blacksburg, Va. He
for Rev. John Harvey wasa Rule, 73, of Putnam Hall, died nieces, Nancy Tanner of Lakeland
Ingdale Pa. ten grandchildren and grandchildren.Funeral member of Park of the Palms
Davis, 76, of Starke, will be held at ; services held Wednesday, Oct. 14 at the Oaks Agnes)Thompson of Interlachen anaEve
4 greatgrandchildren.Funeral were Church and a retired electrical
2:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, in the Residential and Rehabilitation Norton of KOf; rone.
services held Sun Wednesday at the Lake Butler design engineer for American Electric
Madison Street Church with were Center in Gainesville following Graveside services were held
Rev. Baptist day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral Church of Christ with Bro. Roy Power Co. of New York. long illness. a Monday at Eiiam Cemetery in
Henry McKinney officiating. Home of Lake Butler Elder Dicks, Bro. Lester Comstock and Survivors include
with two sisters
Interment will follow in Crosby Lake A native of Jacksonville, Mr.Rule Melrose with Rev. Bill Poppell of-
Brooker Burial Bro. Michael Stone officiating. Mrs. Stoltzfus of
Harry officiating. Evelyn
Cemetery under the direction of had been a resident a Putnam Hall ficiating. Johnson-Overturf Funeral
was in Dekle under the Burial followed in Elzey Chapel Mrs. Ruth of Lancaster
Cemetery Yorgey ,
Jones Funeral Home. for the past 30 years. He was self- Home of Palatka: was in charge of
I direction of Archer Funeral Home of Cemetery,under the direction of Archer Mnnl .
A retired Baptist minister and Pa.Funeral lnyM as 9 .handyman. arrangements
Lake Butler. Funeral Home. services were held Tues-
I public school educator Rev. Davis day, Oct. 20 with Mr. Ernest In MemoryIn
died Tuesday, Oct. 20 in Bradford Rollin
Hospital following a lengthy illness. Heffelfinger Woodhouse officiating. Burial will memory of Mr.. Jtrltn May Dommon, who patted away from ui two
Born in Columbus,Ga.,on June 17, Mrs. Delaney FisherMrs. Mr. Rollin C. Heffelfinger 94 of be in Pottstown Cemetery,Pa.Local yean ago October IZ, 1985. Wa greatly mitt her.
Keystone Heights, died TuesdayOct. arrangements are under the direction __ The Dommon Children
1911, Rev. Davis came to Starke Delaney Hall Fisher, 93, of ------
of Jones Funeral Home
from Hernando, Fla. eleven years Theressa, died Tuesday, Oct. 20 in 20 in North Fla. Regional of
He ordained in Columbusand Whispering Pines Care Center, Medical Center in Gainesville Keystone.In -
ago. was .. Boys OwnCompetition
lieu of flowers his
illness. requests
following a lingering
had been a minister of various Starke, following a long illness.
donations to the Park of the f
Born July 11, 1893 in Bethlehem, .4'
Southern Baptist Churches since Born March 31, 1894 in Alachua i
County near Orange Heights, Mrs. Pa., Mr. Heffelfinger moved to
1943.During his long career in the Fisher moved to Theressa over 65 Keystone in 1985 from Honesdale, 5 yrs & under
religious field, Rev. Davis was Mis- years ago from Waldo. She was a Pa. He was a member of Moravian
sions Director of New River Baptist member of Hope Baptist Church anda Church, Masonic Lodge 601 in Har- b Two overall
Assn. for five years. He was retired Post Mistress from the U.S. risburg, Pa., the Ancient and Accepted winners!
associate pastor at Grace Baptist Postal Service in Theressa, with Scottish Rite Bodies, and the
Church for two years. He was also over 25 years of service. Tall Cedars of the Masonic Lodge.He .
instrumental in establishing many Survivors include her husband, served in the U.S. Navy before Gifts for allcontestants
churches in the New River Association Price L. Fisher of Theressa; two World War I.Survivors. !
and held pastorates at various daughters, Mrs. Belle Lovell and include seven
locations in Florida and South Mrs. Grace Searle, both of daughters, Mary Vertes of San
Georgia. He held a Master's Degree Theressa; two sons, B.F. Geiger of Diego,Calif,Josephine Possinger Exclusive OfficialPhotographer
from the University of Florida, anA Theressa and Truman Dickinson of Mt. Pocono, Pa., Betty Darby of :
,B. Degree from Mercer University Keystone Heights; sister, Mrs. Keystone, Marian Nitsch of Cathy Wooley
and taught in public schools for 12 Florence Johns of Theressa; two Bethlehem, Pa., Pauline Stevens, 0'O
years, serving as principal for two brothers, Ben Hall of Starke and Verio McGinnis and Catherine Lud-
schools. Clyde Hall of Theressa; several wig, all of Honesdale, Pa.; one inderella LIVE
Survivors include his wife of 56 stepchildren; ten grandchildren; sister, Iva VanHorn of Bethlehem, I Dream ENTERTAINMENTFOR
years, Effie Harvard Davis of eleven great-grandchildren and five Pa.; and 15 grandchildren. & ALL AGES!
Starke; daughter, Amta D. Messerof great-great grandchildren. Graveside memorial services will, .
West Columbia, Tx.; a grandson Funeral services were held Tues be held Thursday, Oct. 29 with the| Prince Charming
Tony Parker of Oveida, Fla; a day in Hope Baptist Church in Masonic Lodge conducting Reformed services. fI'500 YaI Baby & Teen Beauty \ Special
granddaughter, Lanita Patterson of Theressa with Rev. Gary Heath and Burial will be in ;
Winnipeg, Canada; two brothers, Rev. David Weyand officiating. Cemetery in Swift Water handled, Pa.Local aI joan Pageant I Appearance by
Durwood H. Davis of Myrtle Beach, Burial was in Hope Church arrangements were by s :
S.C., and Ralph Byron Davis of Little Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Keystone. i In Starke Sunday Nov. I Is "Stardust The

Meadows Marsh,of Pa.Cochran; and one, Ga.sister,Sally Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Burial direction services of Warner will Funeral be under Homeof the !:FaslI ions = At the new ARMORY, Magician"Magic
Mrs. Virginia Hale Stroudsburg, Pa. Fun ForEveryone
In lieu of flowers, his family re-
Leila M. Allen Mrs. Virginia (Virgie) Elizabeth donations to the Masonic 'r t !
Hale died c964.7651
Rogers 89, Sunday nightin Fund of Local Masonic
Mrs. Leila M. Allen, 88, of Lake the Regency Oaks Care Center Charities te7inest in
Butler, died Wednesday from Injuries from an extended illness. Lodges. To Register Call:
suffered in an auto accidenton A life-long resident of Union Coun- f.-y Lades:Tashlons'PHYSICAL /:
SR 100 in Lake Butler. ty, Mrs. Hale was a housewife and a Mr.John F.Reber ..* .NA.-lS-V/k f* JCS Cinderella Dreamglrl will be moving to 9 6 4- 4 5 2
Born in Harvard, New York, Mrs. member of Lake Butler Church of Mr. John Frederick Reber, 84, of the Esst Coat. 0
Ware Copmpany. She and her hus- Survivors include her daughter,
band were in show business in later Irene J. Ake of Daytona Beach; two
years before they retired and moved sons, John Hale of High Springs and Let the Good Times Roll :
to Lake Butler 25 years ago. She Donald Mallette Hale of Lake

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