Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04286
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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II State, Federal Officials Op in Tuesday's Balloting I


Republican U.S. Senate candidateVan with broad enough appeal to draw Florida's cabinet system are virtually estimate is on the low side, especiallysince "Lawton Chiles is out of step with newspaper executives in Orlando this

Poole may have put his finger on Democratic votes needed to win. as important as the governorship., the Secretary of State is offeringa Florida.. give Lawton Chiles his month.
the key to the outcome of next Tues- For the above reasons, the slate of Plus, the county is voting again on a special award to counties that turn walking papers," is the message from Chiles is known as a "work horse"

day's General Election when he said, Democratic candidates would appearto one penny per gallon tax on gasoline, out the largest percentage of their Republican Van Poole, 47, a state senator favoring a behindthescenesstyle
"For any Republican, a high have the edge in Tuesday's elec- which could be the most important registered voters next Tuesday. senator for 10 years who was defeatedtwo forging coalitions and sharing
Democratic turnout will mean 'pack tion, if Floridians turn out to vote. matter on Tuesday's ballot. The tax Mrs. Flynn would like to see Brad years ago, and now a Fort credit to win support for such

your bags and get out of Dodge City'." It may be an off-year election, but failed 2,365 to 3,068 in Nov. 4, 1980 ford win the plaque for counties under Lauderdale insurance executive. measures as:

there is plenty of meat for a voter to voting. With county finances tightening 50,000 population. The county voted Poole's challenge is, at best, a long
Because there is about three mark a ballot "for" or "against"with the commission is again reaching 82.2 percent in the 1980 presidential shot, but the $500,000 television cam Open government meetings. in the
Democrats to every one registered a U.S. Senate seat, a U.S. House for a source of funds to keep up its electIOn In the last off-year electionin paign blitz financed by the tradition of the Florida Sunshine Law

Republican in Florida, a big turnout seat, and the governorship of the state local road work, but the money can 1978 Bradford voted 65 percent.In Republican U.S. Senate Campaign His former colleague: Dick Stone,
Tuesday will virturally assure reelection up for grabs plus three amendmentsto also be used for any lawful purpose.In neighboring Union County, Committee is making Sen. Chiles nero took the door) off his office to get

of a majority of Democratic the State Constitution. That's Bradford County there are 7,322 Supervisor of Election Lottie Lee Archer vous in his bid for a third 6-y'ear term. publicity I Chiles passed the bill.
candidates. A light vote may give without even mentioning the registered Democrats and 557 is predicting a 70 percent tur Chiles' camp calls Poole's TV cam
some Republicans at least a fighting agriculture commissioner (where registered Republicans. nout. paign "distorted." Overturning Civil War-era laws

chance of victory.It Bradford native Doyle Conner is not Supervisor of elections Neva Flynnis Sen. Chiles, 52, of Lakeland was that prevented the U.S. military

doesn't appear there is a Paula taking lightly the challenge of Mrs. predicting a 55 percent voter turnout Sen. Chiles first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1970 equipment and personnel from being
Hawkins or Claude Kirk in the Barbara Lindsay of Stuart) and of those who are registered to ChallengedBy He won statewide attention with a used in law enforcement. The new law-
Republican camp in 1982, a candidate secretary of state, which under vote in the county, but she hopes the state Sen. Van Poole walking campaign which transformed led to a federal task force the

Chiles from a regional state surveillance planes of which are saidto

senator into a statewide campaigner have greatly) hampered drug traffic
Chiles walked through Starke in 1970 coming into south Florida- proposalfor

City to BuyNew' \ ell sno\\ J and has carried the county since. which by sharing Chiles the marshalled credit with the support col-

Although the walk is tagged a cam leagues.
paign gimmick, it made Chiles who
still his blue work shirt
wears tan cot Pushing of the
ton pants, and boots with a hole in the "paperwork reduction passage act" the

UsedGenerator ,tivti ..' bottom to many public functions, suchas

.,. 'I ':" .,'..::11'0/' -. ". .. before a gathering of Florida (see 55 Percent.... r.2\: >


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A contract to buy a used electricity
: generator for the Starke power plant
: for $89,500 was approved unanimously -

::; meeting.by the city commission at its Oct. 19 Second Time AroundA

Commissioner Charles Schaefer
one-cent per gallon tax on gasoline in Bradford County is proposed on
:: chairman of the Utility Committee, the Tuesday, Nov. 2 General Election ballot.
: continued his for the
: push engine The referendum reads would be
..r gas tax the proceeds used "For the
: which he first at theOct.
proposed buying
purpose of paving and maintaining roads operating transportation
: after the
5 meeting power plant "
systems, and for other lawful purposes.
:: bond trustees had recommended it.
Wording of the proposal is exactly the same as in the general election
:: The used 1,250 kilowatt capacity two years ago, Nov. 4. 1980, when Bradford voters turned down a 1-vent
3: electricity generator would push per gallon gas tax 3,068 to 2.365.
:: capacity of the town's power plant to For many months the county commission has discussed putting the gas

:.: some The 6,000 KW. is tax question up for another vote. Facing dwindling federal revenue more
generator currently state mandated programs without accompanying funding and nearing
available from Canadian Texas for
the state-imposed ID-mill( property tax limit, money is becoming tight and
$89.600 through the Southern In- the county commission is looking for new funds to carry on programs.
dustrial Repair Corp., represented< by ; such as roads. Commissioners talked about putting on a drive this time to
I Joe Messer of Gainesville. It would let the people know why they consider the gas tax important, but never
replace the city's currently worn out got around to doing anything about it.
and inoperable No: 5 Superior 1,000' 'Commissioner feel that in 1980 voters failed to realize-me' lightening
: KW generator.The city had 30 which to act and Clerk Nell Tuckerwas
) There used to be a cushion in the county budget but this year the commission
asked'at the Oct. 5 meeting to
used available dollar to balance the increases
I Canadian -Texas officials and 1 11IIa1Pa..w.S every new budget. Salary -
of seven percent were given, but other expenses were cut back to
I let Starke's interest in the engine be .
1981 levels. .
I known. With millage now at 9.43. the county can raise only some $75.000111) new
Commissioner Charles Schaefer
taxes before hitting the state's 10-mill(
property cap.
I moved that the council the
buy Plus, about two-thirds of the homes in the county were taken off the tax
I engine, but got no second to his mo-
roll when homestead
exemption reached $25.000. costing (he county sonic
tion at the Oct. 5 meeting.
$565,000 in tax revenue over three >ears.

"Apparently here. I think, there it's all is financial some problem Commissioners point out everybody using roads will help pay the gas
tax including tourists who stop here to buy fuel.
said Mayor Vernon Silcox.The mayor It is estimated that some $150.000 would be raised through a 1-cent per

suggested putting the matter off until { gallon gas tax. The commission would like to keep paving one road a year
the Oct. 19 to the council _
meeting give in the county if funds remain available.
members with time to find _
questions Monies from the gas tax would be divided among the towns.
out the information they need to make _
Intent of the current commissioners is to use the gas tax for road
a decision. saUthe maintenance. With the state turning back most of the paved roads to the
Commissioner Jimmy' Crosby $ '
county, the maintenance job is costing more.
off I"Sc1laer.1'I'SImotion. '
was :
caught guard
0 Plus, the county in the past few years started doing the engineering.
and has questions a*m howthe '
grading and preparation for its own The first of that
into w4 paving. example is
might fit thecity'tfother
plans. : the 3.1 mile long Crawford Settlement Road paved two( years ago. Currently
Schaefer pointed out cftr bond) 16 t4Ti' the commission is working on the Specdville Road in the
southeastern part of the county.CojJ'ee .
trustees recommended the purchase. 'n

Clerk ,Tucker said the? fund ant .,
available in the utility' reserve ae i'S'S

Count required under the'city Jbonctf

Issues.. Schaefer alto pointed'out tf- crankshaft i for Conner TodayCommissioner

for the city's No. S engine will> 1kt
cost $65,000. For $ 4,600 more tlWetty' of Agriculture Doyle Conner native of Bradford County
Can pick u|> tt working engine.. com' and 22-year veteran member of the Florida cabinet, will greet friends and
plate he said. The part*from the cVty's advise with constituents at an informal coffee and donuts session on

No. t unit Can! be used:ort the ci "homeground" Thursday, Oct. 28. from 3 to 4:30: p.m.

ty's other four Superior generators! t The informal get-together will be held in the county commission( room

he pointed (out + SHERIFF ifoMd of the Bradford County courthouse as Conner makes a final swing
Schaefer pointed out a Siartte contingent ... .. irr through North Florida in his campaign for re-election to the office he has
Visited Canadian; Texas, < .;: held since 1960.
operated the generator and found it ,rr N wdtante5 ?" ( "r v'? rt. + "I will be happy to visit with old friends and hope to make many new
Id be to good shape after examining friends on my stop in Starke," the Commissioner said. "Bradford County

the Ml after the engine was run some Democratic Pizazz. has doubled in population since I was elected to the House of Representatives
six hours. .. from there in 1950, and I welcome this opportunity to become ac-
At the Oct. 19 meeting Schaefer's A little piiazt was Injected Into an quainted with some of our newer citizens." .
motion to buy the used generator otherwise low-key General Election oC w } r '! ,Lt Conner was elected to the House at the age of 21. while still an ag student -
passed without discussion on a 4-0 campaign when Democrats from "' ?j at the University of Florida. He was chosen as Speaker of the Houseat
vote. Commissioner'Jimmy Crosbywas three counties converged on Sheriff t) dw age 28, the youngest ever to serve in this position of leadership.

out of town Oct. 19 and not present John Whltehead's New River farm }1 Becoming Florida's seventh Commissioner of Agriculture in 1960. Con

for the decision. Tuesday night to eat I 1 ,r v r ner has won re-election five times since then several times without op-
dance to country music, and talkpolitics. r a, position. His efforts led to the creation of the Office of Consumer Services
s + in 1967, which Is now a full-fledged division and the state clearinghouse

for thousands of consumer complaints annually. He is also credited with
Lieutenant Governor Wayne Mix- ) the discovery and expansion of foreign markets for Florida agricultural
son mixed and mingled with "thefaithful" M products and the of
? development new concepts for the production of
while Governor Bob ? Y
energy. ,
Graham was still seeking votes In 4
South Florida. Mixson Joined In the r y i
fun.' entertaining .the more than 1,600 '
potential voters with his musical ex- 1 k Fy4'R
pertise on the mandolin, followed by v tv' Celebrate Halloween Early and Carefully'

a pep talk urging a big turnout at r .
the polls next Tuesday.. i -, i It is recommended that local Dolph Reddish. Parents should got
\, hildren: do their Trick or Treating for along with the kids and allow their
Scenes from the event sponsored J Halloween this Saturday night, Oct. children to go only to homes they
by the Democratic Executive Corn u )0) both Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox know

THUtSDAY. Oct. 2t mittees of Baker Bradford, and # I and County Commission Chairman Because of the inherent danger, do

Stark City Zoning ...H Union Counties show !Maxie Carter Jr. have declared. not allow children to ask strangers for
Mtlng-7 P.M. Sheriff Whltehead (top), audition- f1 +.r; Parents are urged! by local officialso candy or go to areas where they are
Ing with the band while Mix ,"I,
-- son +p; t have their children begin not know, says Sheriff Reddish.
.(left) whisper sweet nothings In the (f. elebrating early, and finish
JV Tornado** G.m. early Use caution and be careful urges
*. Ma : IHS l..dl".7 P.M. a blessing on next Tuesday's out '' A
come. .y
Scntor. dtti". .nCa .' '. Rep. George Crady. (right top), Fall Back Sunday on i Return to EST
whose district now Includes west
*.r4 Dish lunch.**
....... Hell Bradford and all of Union and Baker stance. You
.1. Mlowihlp ',., others) discusses The nation returns to Eastern Stan- can stay up an hour later i
', among politics
c lard Time at 2 a.m. Sunday. Oct. 31, because you gain ait\ hour's sleep.
with two constituents.
SAIIJJlDAY.Oct. 22 which means clocks need to be set Those forgetting stand the chance
'.' HAUOWIf HAPPENINGS '" Democratic Committeeman Art backward one hour. of rising too early Sunday, wondering
'" ; Schulx lower right mounts the why TV
Cmplto. listing : your program isn't on when
,P... 11 donkey. for benefit of nearbyphotographer '' 1f I That means before you go to bed It's supposed to be, or getting to

i .. Saturday night, set the clock back an church an hour early,when nobody's
hour, from 11 p.m. to 10 p.m., for in- there. i



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I 55 Percent Turno Predicted for Off-Year Tuesday I

green Republican busin jtuan of ctotte; fur incentives (o,j!;:shift tpedeorndt"ice first in the U.S. in business climate, attracting new clean industry enviroment to Florida, and, 2 Tuesday's Ballot.'
IA) four Jobs maintaining a
(From Page of every new
tf unemployed from turn- and one
Havana, Fl. of the state's Constitutional
in the quality
created upgrading Two
nation was
basis Chiles says of presidential At stake is Florida's aid ('nf\&rna.. dome, 10 compensation for work. AJob created in Graham the contends. public education system; are up r'approYal by the voters; In
Claims to have saved$20 billion. sional seat the large'' U: (:S. House -->'',-,dus program is needed to get Florida, out his administration Smith first gained attention by announcing Tuesday voting.. I',
district east of he Mississippi! with 23 the f"f1(1my) under way but Fuqua Graham doubled points state spending for that if elected, he would Amendment I lo.1' iaSf, ( th,!ballot
Rewriting a sensitive law to allow entire North' Florida counties and so t, he! :s not talking about a massiveRH enforcement.has The 27,000 prison in- fight to abolish the secretary of and the votes won't.be'counted. The
the IRS to get back into the fight parts of Clay on the f eastern end and "'away program. law Including 190 On Death Row, state's office, and to have the functions Florida Supreme Court.ruled the wording -
against crime, after.being put on the Bay County nn the west. Battle mates indicates the state I is tough on crime, shifted to the lieutenant gover is misleading lend, Jctoes not
sidelines by a law designed to protect From the beginning McNeil nan Bwfalis Faces Uphill nor. He also 'supports reviving the reflect the intent of the Ugrtbture.
Graham .
privacy of the average citizen, while been pictured as the conservative anr< T<>' neat Gov Bob GrahamConceding When Bafalis says. says there are more Cross-Florida Barge Canal issue. The amendment' woud| have allowed
retaining the privacy objective. Fuqua the !liberal closely allied with he is the underdog in the clunkers in Florida since Gov. Firestone has supported efforts to former legislators to..ortomc: lob
His behind-the-scenes work had led the big-spending Democrats. Fuqua hat,I" to unseat Gov Bob Graham in Graham ended auto Inspections, have Congress deauthorUe: completion byists right after coMpleting their
to Chiles being accused of being too denies he is a wild-spending liberal j. o im- when nothing is wrong with the Graham replies the Highway Patrolis of the canal. terms In the l(>B>al la W;)W y filed
low key... of not making enough noisein Dointinjr out h" vote for buttgetii( -.MIC: MS I Rep L.A. .Skip! Bafahs issuing 5,000 to 6,000 citations a Smith is serving his fourth year in financial disclosure) for &'71 Undercurrent
his role as Florida's senior senator. Proposed by t resident Reagan for insistw 1 If dosing the gap and can week to motorists driving cars with the state House'; has been a memberof law, a leglslaorJst wait
But, if pressed. Chiles is not bashful the balanced budget amendment pull ->u' a vu'ttiry. faulty equipment. the committees on' Criminal two. 'years before the)" pay lobby
about his ability. Fuqua says his credentials MS" avery But Bal. lm has virtually run out of The candidates argue over whether Justice, Energy (expected to be Amendment No. 2, called the exclusionary -
strong conservative are fairly! money, and althn'igh President Graham has met his goal of state abolished this year), and Health Care rule amendrnentiould! allow
Poole's best shot seems to be at he volt wilt aid to have helped Containment. evidence now excluded -
well known, pointing KonaiU j Ueatfdn 1 is workers equaling one percent of Cost judges to admit
tacking the 2-term incumbent with 30 a president when he's rich' '\1"< oii,inrv nmi to challenge Graham, Florida 9.7 million population. The because it is gathered'' in a
second TV ads on the theme of giving against when he ', wrong, and says his i iiobrfHivon't/ get more from theo way Graham counts, he has, but Conner Campaigning Hard technically illegal manner. .would,
Chiles his walking papers,contendinghe not a captive of any Group or presi. II..1' i m National Committee, ac.mi Balfalis has challenged that repeatedly No Opposition is Token also make legal police use of; "body
is soft on crime, favors and Social dent. ,. ::0 state news reports. during the campaign. Veteran Commission of Agriculture bugs," or hidden microphones while
cuts, opposesprayer
Security: financing schools. Poole paints Chilesas McNeil. and Fuqua both express +'. tn liberal. the McNeil \ i II .- Wp .'ori'-ein over the quality polls will help him, hopes his home Barbara Lindsey of Stuart seriously. Proponents claim many 'criminals
a big spending concern! foii over "workfa emnomy e' program o.f nit in the state Florida is the 10th Congressional District will give Conner served notice early that he have cases dismissed because of what
calling nation and the kind of 79 percent majority in North court determine to be mistakes
which would assign' some sod of tasks; crime rapMal of him the same could not spend much time the
McNeil Attacks FuquaAs to justify welfare henems received. jlItp, :iv tot drug traffic, Bafalis vote he got two years ago in his Florida, or in his home county of made during the course of police in-
Big-Spending Liberal Fuqua contends the economy is the ,aye Congressional race. Bradford, but would be heading to vestigations. Opponents of the
conservative U.S. issue. He points out spending has Gov 'irahain says the economy is south Florida where he said, only amendment, which include Florida
Rep.Twenty-year Don Fuqua, D-Altha, is battlinga been cut back although taxes were out the main issue! that people are concerned Smith Hopes to Beat half-jokingly, there are as many Supreme Court Justice James t.
raised by too much and military spending in- about jobs. During the past Firestone With No TV voters In one condominium as in Adkins, say law enforcement agen-
big-spend image also four years, k lorida has been named Bradford County. cies are using a well-publicized fear
challenger Ron McNeil, a politically creased at too fast a pace. Fuqua Jim Smith is trying to beat their at
Firestoneon Conner will get back to Bradford to- of crime to increase powers
of State George
Secretary Nov. 2 without using television day, (Thursday, Oct 28)) from 3-4:30: the expense of the rights of ordinary
HoldRummage for an informal coffee in the citizens.
; Flack from Florists Ski Trip Planned Rec. to advertising from an ill-financed cam- p.m.county commission meeting room in Amendment No.3, called' the

Hits High School To AppalachiansThe Sale paign Suffering, the Republican state represen- the courthouse. The public is invitedto pretrial would release and Judges detention the right amend-to
The Starke Rec. Department will beholding from Clearwater hopes to have meet with him.
It's against school board rulesto Starke Rec. Department is try- another rummage sale Friday on Firestone There is no such thing as token opposition deny bail to suspects deemed to be
a and sell flowers ing to organize another ski trip to the gained ground to the public.JMow,bail can
set up a table Nov 19, at Pratt St. center with throughout the state in meetings with Conner says. dangerous
: inside Bradford High,three of the Appalachian Mountains for all sorts of supplies and sports equip- editors and reporters and Main theme of Mrs. Lindsey's cam- only be denied in capital cases.
four florists in Starke told the FebruarvPiuns nent available. newspaper business leaders. paign is her calling Conner a "czar" Proponents, which include Gov
civic and
; school board at its Oct. 18 are to leave Friday, Feb 18, The various things on sale will included Firestone, seeking a second four- who wields considerable power and Bob Graham and State Attorney Jim
get there Saturday and ski Saturday, community Smith as well as most state and localprosecutors
meeting. still in has the agricultural
i old equipment good term, has served 12 years in the
Sunday, and Monday, returning home year of the the amendment
of him because say
shape new T-shirts, and old ballcaps Legislature, where, as chairman of afraid
| The group was disturbed that a Tuesday. Feb 22. nil miforms. committees investigating corruption regulatory authority the departmenthas would help keep criminals dangerousto
s competitor got the inside track ont So tau places to stay include hotel Houi '"> for the sale will be from 98.m key Firestone earned a reputation as over agricultural business. society off the streets. Opponentssay
the rooms with no kitchens, 1 house, and Lind- add to 'over-
flowers and corsages for high to 5:30 p m., including lunch for honest and open government Conner is endorsed by Mrs. it would already
: school homecoming. A florist hotel rooms with kitchenettes. hour a fighter, sey's hometown newspaper, the crowded state jails and would erode.
: should not be allowed to sell Cost for the bus trip and room will his hometown the traditional conceptof
''Who knows, may find some the Cabinet post, Stuart News, as well as if not destroy
you Since assuming
school, be $130 IF 40 people with a $50
: flowers inside the high go Christmas items&" notes Rec.Director has been advocate of newspaper, the Telegraph. "innocent until proven guilty"
51 an
If fewer Firestone, ,
Mrs. Barbara Hollingsworth of deposit due by Dec. 15, 1982.

;t Julia's Florist said. people at tend the cost will increase A Cheryl.. Godwin.. .. ... !!. '" : .. ... .;' :' .';i.. : -. I".,..... .,I S
f Heretofore, the florist shops bid minimum number of 35 is.needed to & -' .-. .. .' ." ,.. .. '" ',:- ;:; 'o', ; : ; '.. : ,, .
the homecoming business. The have the trip -
| does not include food( ski -
I junior class has been in charge off The cost
homecoming corsages lift tickets in equipment rental. The J --
;: and representatives of school Rec has written for current prices on4 -.
order for their organize- those things
>: clubs -
If interested come by or call the :!.:
: tions. J
KPC Dept office at the Old
This year the Sunshine Florist Armory : -
contracted with BHS PrincipalJim -
Duncan to sell the flowers inside THE BRADFORD
the school. Duncan was not COUNTY TFLFGRAPH I J -

at the school by Mrs.board Barbara meeting I loll attended Published every Thursday II!

Mrs. Dorothy at 135 W. Call Street
ingsworth .-
Starling of Julia's Florist and Mr. Starke, Florida 32091 Denmark Furniture Co. --
and Mrs. Bill Powell of the Brad-
Second Class postage paid at ,
ford Square Florist.Letters to the -
school board were from all three Starke, FloridaSubscription i' -
florists who got cut out of the Rates Fall Clearance Sale
homecoming flower business, including -
Wilson's Florist. in-trade area: $10.00 per year :rak
Supt. Tom Casey said he would $5.50 six month?. .S --,.
check out the problem and bring site : _.
the information back to the Outside trade area: .5t11iii per year ; ;ivy ii g R00 P Md1tt n, 2r -
r re d+ Y -+.n
November board meeting. $6.00 six months-1": : I -X'.jfspwi. l.Tiaioria]Rust.jpTUH.1.t..&ii.,.;,, r.,, 'IG : Queen Si2 d r.?1I: --

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October 2M. 19$2! : :

D.C. Attorney Briefs City Council on LeiBattle\; I

Attorney Robert A. Jablon the said he gets visit Starke so infren- expenses. The city doesn't know yet if surance. from the union workers pen-
Washington D.C. based attorney quently but still felt he should bring it faces a territorial dispute about ser- ding a contract being signed.
1d whose firm is fighting for Starke's the council up to date on every matter ving the area with electricity since its The Police Department now is the
right to buy and sell electricity and he could think of. present territorial!agreement limits it only unionized group among city
for a new natural gas contract, brief- Jablon's firm also is representing to the the city limits. The city is also employees, and attorney Brown is
ed the city council for almost two the city of Starke in its suit to regain considering annexing the area. currently negotiating with that group
hours Tuesday night, Oct. 19. damages from the purchase and expenses and said Oct. 19 a settlement appeared -
in connection with the 1,750 Was told bond trustee Charles close. Brown said he expects a
Jablon reported: KW Worthington engine in the power Francis does not wish to be reappointed contract not significantly different
plant which does not work. Another which creates a vacancy on from the current contract.
An agreement with Florida Power Spiegel and McDiarmid attorney and the 3-man board..Increased .
Light for Starke's right to have an city attorney Terry Brown have been Heard the first reading an ordinance
electrical parallel interconnectionwith interviewing city employees connected the compensation of recommended by the bond
FPL is getting close. with the the power plant on bond trustees from $50 to $75 per trustees, requiring separate metersfor
just exactly what the problem is, in month. apartment dwellers unless a
That the wholesale power rate increases getting ready for the suit. deposit equal to all apartment
f' being sought by FPL from the First hurdle will be to determine if .Welcomed news from attorney deposits is paid. The ordinance be
U.S. Energy Regulatory Commissionis the city can meet the statute of limita- Brown that Starke electrical workers advertised and a public hearing held

being bickered over and the utility tions. have expressed a desire to drop
-- will probably get considerably membership in the International Approved, on first reading an or
than the $36 million increase it asked In other Oct. 19 action, the council: Brotherhood of Electrical Workers dinance allowing the city to sell or
Straight-A Students at Brooker Elementary...
for. lease The ordinancewill
Brown has been bargaining with the surplus property
Seven students at Brooker Elementary earned stratght-A's for the first six- Agreed with clerk Neil Tucker's electrical workers. The council has pave the way for the city to sell
weeks grading period which ended Oct. 13. .Negotiations are under way with suggestion to made book entries for withheld benefits such as salary increases by bid. on surplus property, such as
First row Is (l-r) : FPL on the city's right to buy electricity the city's own use of electricity. and hospitalization in the used city trucks
Stephen McLeod second grade son of Brooker Principal and Mrs. Wayne and resell it as a broker.
McLeod. Agreed to extend city utilities' to L.1-t
Christina Bath fourth grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mickey Bath. That FPL has broken off negotia- the Lakewood subdivision on SR-100 -
Larissa Scott second grade daughter of Mrs. Susan Scott. tions with Florida Gas Transmissionson just west of the city limits if the Keep
Back row: a new gas contract for FPL developer, Arch Thomas Jr., pays the
Kevin Snow fourth grade son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Snow of Graham.
Larry Parrish Jr., third grade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parrish. Jablon, the legal beagle with the
Robbie Gray fifth grade son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gray. firm of Spiegel and McDiarmid of Bus AvailableFor DoyleConner

Ginger Adams fourth grade daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Adams. Washington D.C. apologized several FSU-UF GameA
times for being so long-winded, but
40 passenger bus has been reserv-
I ed for the annual gridiron face-off bet-
-Brooker News. ween Florida State University and
University of Florida set this year

By C.E. "Sue" Davis and Sarah Douglas. Cook's class; Daphne Hall, Mrs. Dec 4 in Tallahassee.For .
Honor Roll Also Brian Kendrick Craig Jackson's class; Phillip Crawford, reservations phone 964-5278
A-B Honor Roll students for the first Brigham, Lone Gallon Paul Roe, Mrs. McLeod's class; Kesiah Mann- which is the Chamber of Commerce.
six weeks are: Shondee Lewis Amy Tina Willingham, Patricia Bath, ing, Mrs. Melvin's class; Harold Manager Bill Wilson says 14 persons
Crews, Jason Corbine, Jason Dodd Tommy Drawdy, and Cheryl Griffis. Mayben, Mrs. Pillow's class, Wendy have already reserved seats.
Mary Dunne, Mandy Garrard, Six-Weeks Awards Tetstone, Mrs. Ezzell's class; Rusty The more reservations the cheaperthe
HEather Haefeker August Jenkins, An assembly was held Friday Oct. Mayden, Mrs. Bigham's class; Steve trip will be per person he points Commissioner of AgricultureFla.
Stephanie Sowell, Matt Stafford, and 13, to recognize outstanding studentsat Bailey Mr. Ezzell's room; Kathy out.
Klrsty Starling. BES for the first six-weeks. Jones, Ms. Scott's compensatory program
Also, Stephen McLeod, Larissa Student of the Six-Weeks in GradesK ; Rnady Miller, and Mrs. Wat
Scott, Kerii Labombarbe, Mitchell three was awarded to Stephen son's Chapter I Program. |Grand Ole Oprey Trip| Dept. of Agriculture &
= Gainey, Eric Mason, Jace Pierce, McLeod from Mrs. Jackson's room, Church News
;. ::1:': Jeremy Tetstone Shawn grade two for work and
Thompson, outstanding Revival services will begin at the
::::-f Josh Lewis, Chris Snow, Stacey Went- citizenship. Tina Willingham from Brooker Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. November 18 21 Consumer Services

=:::. worth, Larry Parrish, and Phillip Mrs. Ezzell's room, grade 6, was 31, and continue through Friday, Nov For Details
:= Crawford. selected for grades four six for her 5, at 7:30 p.m nightly. Evangelist
= .-:-= Also, Ginger Adams Christina her outstanding class work and conducting the services will be the J Call 964-5358 Democrat
::::::.-=. Bath, Kevin Snow, Nancy Arnold, citizenship. A framed certificate and Rev. Elwood Baker, pastor of the I; Hurry while seats last
TO' :.': Josh' Crawford, David Newborn, $5 gift certificate, compliments of Orange Lake Baptist Church in 1'111'01> I \/>\ |1'1)l fur. t h\ ('.."n Kn: lixh t "uRn'Inwinrf' ,
=.': James Smith, Tammy Wilkerson, Western Steer Steakhouse in Starke, Orange Lake. The public is invited to aVvUSAAJW\ ---
-=== .:: Kesiah Manning, Kyle Starling,'Vince .was awarded to Stephen and Tina. come and enjoy special music and
== Robinson Melissa Hislop, Robbie Most improved student awards fellowship each night. A nursery will
= ., Gray, Stephanie Gainey, Kelley Dyal, were given to Doug Colson Mrs. be provided for the small fry.

I!I Southside Elementary School News

Southside students, teachers and Neighbors' second grade room: Congratulations to the following
::; parents are looking forward to the an- Pumpkins, witches ghosts students in Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's
ww nual Halloween Carnival which is the Hang around on Halloween fourth grade Safety Patrol membersare
-::::::; main fund raising event for the year. Witches Fly. Brian Canova and Jennifer Kight
:E''=- This year the big event is set for Ghosts say woooooo- library helpers: Tract Striglers and
= Saturday, Oct. 30( from..!5 to 9 ,,, ,, _
pmvRo.be nCat afly/ m4l4loow. ? Nicola Wanton, all A's for.the first six .
:::;;;:.:. _:.:... held on the school campus., Children go trick or treating. weeks; Arian Canova Kevin Boone..,s. .. """' .... '"

g: : "Mrs: Mary Looney; FtTA'presta!\ ; *L(' .beHt: ,.crEiub +ho+! rIfkik M';':''''f.: .<,:iJ3ftntfec'Kig/1tH'fn.thJohqnY.tFram/ >*'. ,tn 11 i1l? :, '. r ..... Blo.. ..
=. ;- has been working very hard on all the Mrs. Donna'Gruen's fourth grade ton. On the A-B Honor Roll are Kim '*: ... f, w. arrangements.: Parents, friends and langua arts classes are studying Cumming, Karen Coleman, and Mike": .
==:;: interested adults as well as the D'Nealtan handwriting, a new form of Swanson. .
=' students are invited and urged to plan curving manuscript letters. This News from Mrs. Brenda Stroud'sfifth UIi'f

: :r: to eat your evening meal at Southside. week's spelling list includes spooky grade room: Students who made+ 1
=' :;, There will be hamburgers, corn, Halloween words They also made A's on every spelling test for the first
-=- .. cokes and popcorn. Other construction paper pizzas to show a six weeks are: Dwayne Allen, Dwight
== goodies may be bought at the Country? sequence of order to be followed in Allen Tracy Coombs, Jason Smith, ,
w::=: Store and you will really hit the writing a paragraph. Mel Summerlin Shawn Swain, and
'E jackpot if you win a cake at the cake Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth grade Misty Telkin. Dana Williams was
walk. See you there!IS class is excited about their Country library assistant. Lisa Hinds and
Store booth for the Halloween Car Michael Ripplinger were Safety
? Be sure to buy a raffle ticket from a nival. The boys and girls have been Patrol members. Health Safety Rules FO
:::::"::r.:' fourth or fifth grader for a chance on making Voodoo dolls to sell and also poster winner wr.s Sharri Bass.In ni.
$7! an Atari video game or $100 worth of many scarey decorations. Come and Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth
Ems meat. Raffle tickets are 50 cents each see a tree full of witches. Patrick grade those with perfect attendancefor
-.r and they may be purchased al school Hurst is the library worker for the se- the first six weeks are: Byron
=:L each morning from Mrs. Peggy cond six weeks. Danielle Smith was Bagwell Ronda Bryant, Jennifer

Hersey or from a student;also they, -"%the!'library worker for the first six Dodge, Kim Fowler, Carla Harrell, Make a qualifying deposit when you
: 't will be sold up until the time of the weeks Birthdays for September: Tavia Hf'dding.'Tina Lindsey, Beth
\ ;" drawing on Oct. 30. You need nOt'be"'' Patrick l Hunt and Susan Judd. Bir- McKinney, Patrick Marks, Michelle open an Investment Checking
present to win as each ticket wUl have' V&thdays'. for October: Jimmy Smith Phillips Jennifer Sheese, and Peggy
NOW Account
Account. Checking or
your name and phone number as well and Kim McLeod. New student Swafford. On the A-B Honor Roll are o
1'\1\1.f1 as address where. you may be con- Michelle McDaniel. The students Link Bishop, Jennifer Dodge, Allison Individual Retirement Account.
tacted. ,. 9' : .. have also been making Halloween Farnsworth Aimee Ferguson and "
$4' Poem by Maria Toth in Mrs: Janet; ''masks, Jack-O-Lanterns and owls. Beth McKinney. Make a deposit of $500 or more in

a savings account or purchase a ,

_ .JLawtey' 'NewsCHURCH Certificate of Deposit-and pick t",, ,... -

your gift of Fortune.;; ism 1 _

A"'IIVII'IIt; : Jacksonville, Mrs. Bettie Williamsare Mrs. John Shuford celebrated her I _._.naa..m.._w w.w .-='
!! Evergreen Baptist Church will .. .. ....
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visiting their brother and sister- 90th .. -
e. J' have their Youth Sunday Oct. 31. birthday on Saturday, Oct. 16. MM Iro.10MM IrWYYd M' 1Mav .. .. oaNOa.r9Y..ony .
They will have charge of all morning in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durbanin Congratulations to her. u--1.-i evovhpriwr nsenr, ,_. f W.';'
=. ;.. services. ..Dou Redding will, be Madisonville, Ky. They spent from We are happy to learn that Joe $.V... .... bno.... ....... ,-a5 ..
i superintendent..&f Sunday School, Friday to Tuesday.Mr. Shuford is recuperating nicely from 1 fo inMY/Sol iRFf! iAf-aNY. ANY "Y ...._' 1. .,1
... .Wayne Duncan willRedding lead the singing and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake surgery on Wednesday at Baptist 2 m.,..PMeP"'Nn Sol half! '"IIH 1 3 3 f 6
= ,' Henry Lee will bring the City spent Sunday afternoon with Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville.Our 3 Wnlcb.' Alum 'Af 'Alf AlfTipff ANY rJ e
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold c eW1A 1 2 fAEf '-L. ANY SJ.j
with him. -
= message.' Everyone I Is invited to Eunice. prayers are f Antra III" Usk f 3 '"'---AI.' !..... 1 2 11..j
come.' Mrs. Bettie Mosley and grand- e F f f iAEFFfAEE AAITIREE._ S-"O_ a
. '. Grace United Methodist Church Mrs. Jenell Underwood of Green daughters Jeneen and Mrs. Darlene 7 ='=' 'r: .5_ Ie fArtfAl-NfE 7
will be having a Halloween Sun- Cove Springs spent the weekend with Harris and baby of Highland were 1 xwnnon. e9aa Nina,"Mn' .. f a f-L-'iR, (' IRf"" Rf : St -':1:::
party?! her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl dinner Nlmnon& .c..o f 1 f I.L-.ql-! iREF. -S-.c..j'
day, Oct. 31 at 6 p.m. We will be grilling Prevatt. Sunday guests of their parents 10 G,..., row he-raa se f_e$!-L..o-"I!! !J--++-S,Ifht k
w' ::=: : hot'dogs and roasting mar- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. too. "Pa s..un .11) 18 Ie 'RI! 'RI.H \
= shmallows plus bring your favorite Mrs. Fred Moore returned home Mr. and Mrs. John Steele observed 12 AnAwrlbtlu eN1.".SoI.n f t I.i-WI! Taff' ._+_veIf '.
=::wcovered: :: 'dish or just bring a dish. from Tampa Sunday Oct. 17. Hersister their 46th wedding anniversary on WiMSaGoC9Adq fie: ff1: :Htt :: q7?,
Mrs. Jewel Wade came home Wednesday Oct. 20. I4 w"le dfkwWo4. fie 514 tIf
= Children and adults are encouraged ,. .i p(:iS:: _l lrlMg7 t
: ; to come and wear a costume. with her and stayed until Sunday, Oct. Guests ,of Mrs. Fred Moore on '" .5'-"SoI' 112.fir ?
-. : 24. While she was here on Wednesday, Saturday were her son and daughter- ..
=. :=PERSONALS: ()ttor 9 c.o.10' U6utlrf SUrfc* 4ndMvVi LmtM1mHxrawrMhn.
-.' they went to Jacksonville and brought in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore of tyrwoniy. n1.,0Y,.,y now ww..WAN(W9 Orw. P"a.AUlnl N...phiinr or f iiof'lrrnquntA '
of the
: : Deepest sympathy community .
jftdi > fijr
-- their psr Y. No sutntitutions crwngrv o*rt. Timrrurft fiuiT 4 ijif
=-' is extended to Mr, Lloyd Griffis and sister Miss Rachel Boyer home Jacksonville.Mr. ..........*.on drpowt....60doyO"' m x-i
:::?E:' Miss Bettie and other relatives with them and carried her back on and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and AJI--'.-u.

I ti 4 : because of the death of his wife, Mrs. .FrIday. family of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. u
"Gladys" Griffis. After visiting relatives in Kissinvmee. Alan Brown and Miss Denise Durbanof
t= Carl Douglas of Boca Raton former Winter Haven, Lakeland, AND Jacksonville and Mrs. Rebel Fortune Federal has a variety of accounts that put your money to work e f t
= business partner of Earl Troxell for 30 Plant City, Mrs. J.. H. Reynolds and McIver of Ocala attended the earning interest for you.We also have a variety of gift, premiums, chat
=:=:: years, spent Thursday_ with Mr. and sister Mrs. Ethel Lester before retur, homecoming at Grace United make depositing your money with us even more interesting And you
:' =-=::: Mrs. Troxell. ning to their home in Alabama, came Methodist Church with their mother may take home one of these useful premiums free or at a low discount '
-:: Bill Wainwright of Atlanta, ''Ga., by and spent Wednesday and Thurs- Mrs. Wilma Wainwright on Sunday, pnce as shown in the chart Drop by our offices MM will find a financial ,
.=;:; : -":! ,Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwright Mr. day with Mrs. Reynolds' sister-in- Oct. 17.Mrs. service-and a handsome gift to suit your needs. r f/'r
and Mrs, Jack Wainwright of law, Mrs. Flossie Rosier William Wilson called her lit r
,Tallahassee and Dan Wainwright and Lucian Prevatt of Gainesville was a tle grandson nine years old on his bir 6
::. children of Jacksonville attended the. Sunday dinner guest of his parents thday,Oct. 24 in Denver, Colo. He was
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam
:=.: 'homecoming at Grace United Starling. very happy.
.:: .--c: Methodist Church with their mother Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were

:7Mrs.. Truby Wainwright on Sunday, of Jacksonville spent the weekend Friday supper guests of their son and : ,
::= Oct. 17.Mr. with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs
= ;. and Mrs. Benton Futch of George Kelly. Frankin Starling and family .

., .. -- Graceville and their aunts, Mrs. J. P.
Z. ::: Wyrick of Tallahassee Miss
-,- Elizabeth., Terry i of Lawtey 'Terry; Lunch Menus-
:a:::= Futch and young sons of JacksonvilleBeach : / :
Bradford Middle sandwich" beam, | 0(
County School green peaches milk. ""
attended the
wedding of their and all elementary schools "od'h :N.... Fried; Chicken, rice gravy, fj'l I
.nephew Steve'' Futch ;and Cindy I turnip greena.ippleuuc,cornbread. milk. ,,'
::t-1-- Rowell 'at First United Methodist .......".110.... l-PIg.In Hw Blanks, baked twin, Thumd.v. :\.... t-Chili, cracker carrot r."I" J ,. '.'1 ,I';', .' .

Church ......, ',", Saturday night, cabbage T...*.,..slaw. 110."peaches.'J-Chill.milk cracker. salad': ,apptaaauc -' salad Friday.pear'..halves.. 5Spallhettlm..1, cinnamon roll milk.sauce.illx c.......J.JP.IIIi" .' ; ," ..IN.. FORTUNE .: "<\' "
._ Oct23.. .cinnamon _
: *' borne "..._*.,.. N..,. :3-tikkm roll milk.Tctraixlnl. buttered garden salad. ,apple. crisp hot rolls milk. .'!' ... ..:., ,.' '" I \ J.':
Earl Prevatt i' V '
came Monday, pea and ( ._ .. reOcRPL" ,
carrou.. ,. ,cherry cobbler cake hot roll( ALA-CARTE j ; ;,! ."t' : Artl4d( "4vtY
= i Oct.' 2S from North Florida Regional milk. ,- .
= Hospital.Hla wife, Mrs. Earl Prevatt, Ttmmtay. NOT. 4Slopry Joe on Bun french fries, M..d.r. 110.". IHamburgerplea.. trench tries. /
=.fffi home Oct. fruit]elk.cookie,milk. mllkall.....
came 16 .from Alachua'General
Friday, Nm. Fish Portion cheeae T_. S..,. Heights Office:
: grit turnip l.cheeteburlen. wench me. Keystone
; Hospital. Our prayers are greena, !fruit cup corobraad milk mil....'.Yes. plrra. Lawrence Blvd Syrian Way Over one billion dollars In assets. !_ n
with them. ,".a..Jp. ? JJtl \:
.ev.aRanbargees. piers trench 473-4952 31 friendly offices In florlda.
-- Mrs. O. J. Boyette Jr. and brother Bradford County High School. h'.. mllkahakes. :

and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Monday. NOT. I-PlIII1be Blanket baked. beana.eabbag cheeseburgers.Th.y. NOT, i-MUluhakes.,, french fries plan.
Durban and sister from *slaw. trull cup,cookie, milk. e'rWayNevr6.Piuarnncfdies, milkshakes. i
Tunday." Ns*. JMacaronl M Cheea. spiced: ham hamburger.

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heU TELEGRAPH October 2stss2

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o", .' ', Go to the';. ''Polls November. 2; 'I; '

F 1 And Help Bradford County Win State Award

A ,

of thepercentage Commissioner ol Agriculture and course for the future. Let us. do all wean The Alaska Purchase of 1867 w I
In aa effort to insure a big vole in in primary and general elections here presidential voting of votes year east in the Secretary of State to elect" Mrs.Flynn to see that they will make these ratified by just one vote, paving t tl
next Tuesday's General EI<<1ion. has traditionally been above state and General Election was 65". says "and I would like for all decisions intelligently and in record way for eventual annexation
Secretary of State George Firestone national averages. registered voters to turn out and help numbers." America's largest state. j
has established a special award that Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn award."
win that
S2-Z Bradford County
Bradford polled an astounding for ,
elections of President
In the most recent The Impeachment A
will to the three counties loggingthe
go voterstrength has forecast a voter turnout of 55 percent -
highest voter turnout in their percent *f the its General registered Election of in Bradford County next Tues- In his letter to Florida supervisors Governor and U.S. Senator Bradford drew Johnson failed by Just one vot

population brackets.Bradford 1S80. and in 80. percent ta the General day, but hopes that it will be higher of elections.Secretary Firestone said. County cast a higher than percentage the state of its at .In November of 1923, membersa I
the in strength
'The voter turnout at primaries voting
even though this is a non-presidential
of These were political party met
County should have a Election: lf7I years and October to large.In revolutionary
good chance: to win the award for when candidates for President were year September levels in recent dropped h stOl' '. elect a leader. By a majority of or
counties under M.OOO population. on the ballot and a big vote might be "We still have a Governor, a U.S. their lowest effort to to Floridians) stressing the importance of one vote they chose an ex-soldier name
In appeal
since the percentage of voter turnout expected But even in the non- Senator. Representative to Congress. sense an of community pride and spirit, vote Secretary Firestone pointed to Adolph Hitler a man whose ev
to set the world on fir
and hopefully inspire voters to so to
of millions of lives.
have and take a toll
the polls in greater numbers I
0" 0. established an award for counties logging -
conscription was enaclv
the highest voter turnout on -Military

E' Dl :llRl'tS: / November 2." war-time in 1941 when draft Congress by one vote approved Ih

: "The county in each of three
categories with the highest percentage V V iE .In the presidential election of 196

0 0 0 of votes cast in the top statewiderace ON TCESDAY one additional vote per precinct in th
0 (the Governor's race) will win NOVEMBER: states of Illinois, MIssouri, Ne
an plaque bearing a gold-toned seal Jersey,and Texas would have altere
and an inscription attesting to the the course of history by denying!Job
Incumbents EndorsedFor county's success. I personally will F. Kennedy the presidency and placIng
present the plaque to the Supervisorsof Richard Nixon in Ihe White Nous
Elections of the winning counties, eight years sooner.
Re-election TuesdayIt who may display the award in the
county elections office. the following historical facts: -In gubernatorial elections in i%,
Maine, Rhode Island and Xorl
"I urge you to use any means at .In the presidential race of 1824,
elected their
'" Dakota b
looks like a good day for incumbents in has saved the government millions of dollars; your disposal to publicize this competition none of the four candidates receivedan a margin of Just one vote governors per:precinct
General Election. Past he rewrote a sensitive law allowing the Inter- and to get your county'scitizens electoral majority. The election
next Tuesday's
to rally around the polls, turn was thrown into the House of Be sure to vote in the General )Kle
nal Revenue Service to get back into the fight
political history has indicated that incumbentswith out 100 percent on election day and Representatives, where John Quincy lion November 2, and help Bradfor<<
a reasonably good track record and who against organized crime, and has been waginga win this award. Adams defeated front-runner Andrew County win the award for scoring th
have made no serious mistakes while in office hard battle against the Reagan administration Jackson by one vote. highest percentage of voters turnm
"On November 2,voters of our state
usually have the odds in their favor at reelec- which seeks to allow strip mining in the will be asked to choose Florida's Five states have been admitted to out at the polls in all Florida counter
tion time. Osceola National Forest leadership for the 1960s and set a the Union by just one vote. under 50,000 population

If history repeats itself in this respect we Instead of Chiles being out of step with,

can reasonably anticipate the reelection next Florida, as Senator Poole TV commercials
Tuesday of Governor Bob Graham, U.S. would have us believe, it appears that Rep. Crady Plans Bill to Help

Senator Lawton, Chiles, Representative Don "Walking Lawton"' is still headed in the right County Agents

Fuqua, Secretary of State George Firestone, direction.In Counties with Prison ExpensesGeorge

and Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Con- the sprawling Second Congressional NotebookBy

ner. Weighed on the scales of their ac- District which includes Bradford and Union
Crady incumbent ties having nine percent or more of its
complishments, against the qualifications of Counties, 20-year incumbent RepresentativeDon legislator representing District 13. population in prison inmates. He said
the candidates who, oppose them, there appears Fuqua is opposed by a Republican which includes the western part of that Bradford had about 10 percent,
to be no sufficient reason for change in newcomer. Ron McNeil of Havana in West Bradford County, told the Starke while Union would run much higher. Bobby ,"t
Rotary Club last week that he plannedto
of these offices.
any Florida. Crady said the additional income is!
introduce a bill at the next
In the race for Governor, L.A. (Skip) Bafalis Fuqua hardly fits McNeil's portrayal of him legislative session to give some court needed by these counties must to offset in the Taylor j
expenses they pay con-
to be a likeable, personable, and articulate ( liberal since the incumbent monetary relief to Florida counties
appears Fuqua) as a flaming nection with the large volume of .JI ..
man who, handles himself well in has supported President Reagan on some that have population.more than nine percent prison cases. He said the counties

debate, but is content with attacking the of his tax-cut programs and other conser- prison must provide rent-free office space
record of Governor Graham rather than mak- vative issues. McNeil portrays himself as a The most populous part of Bradford for assistant state attorneys and their Our farmers today are f-ice< with
County, including all of Starke except staffs, as well as public defenders and many production and marketing problems
ing a positive presentation of his own"accomplishments "God-fearing conservative. one precinct, "inherited" Crldy as its their staffs He said they must pay all in addition to high, intermit t
in Congress. Admittedly .theunderdog" representative because of this years expenses in connection with the rates and inflation. :Many are in a
in his race against a strong incum- Fuqua who has served as chairman of the redistricting which placed about two- operation of these offices except cost-price squeeze, ie: costs of pro.
bent, Mr. Bafalis has been denied the help of important House Science and Technology thirds of the county, mostly west of salaries, which are paid by the state. duction higher than prices rccmcd
President Reagan's expected visit to Floridain Committee since 1979, will, be named "Solar Highways; 301 and 18, in District 13. Crady said he welcomed the addi- for their crops and livestock.
Man of the Year" by the Solar Energy In- tion of part of Bradford County to his
his behalf, even though the President helped Crady said his bill would allow district, which also includes a small Farmers can't directly dounvthinn I
persuade him to make the race, and is campaigning dustry Association at its 8th Annual Con- prison inmates to be counted in figuring part-.of Duval ..and-all-of Union." ajnut interest rates and inflation hut
for other GOP candidates in other ference and Exhibition in Atlanta November' state disbursements of sales taxes Baker, and Nassau' Crady resides iiiYulon"S they can, and must unprav<:.,pr 710. This is the highest award given to an jTM:',. and revenue_ sharing funds In all coun- ? oynia: and:management.;ilachniqiic-s i ifJ
states. dividual who supports the solar industry and"',:: ,?*** ,r r. I \ :......t, _.. ,, d .hdw ,ituey are to stay in business.) i

o 'So far in this campaign, Bafalis has shown promotes its advancement. One place't'o'bfart'in crop prinluc-

nothing to indicate he would do a better job in lion is to look at their fcrtili/ution and
the Governor's office than Bob Graham, who In his position as chairman of the Science State Purchase ofSFSivamp soil fertility program and provide a
has grown and matured with the respon- and Technology Committee, Congressman Fu- balanced soil fertility for heir I crops.

sibilities of the office and gives every indication qua has consistently supported a high solar Supported by Rep. Fuqua Balanced soil fertility is (ho key to
level for the U.S. of
that he will continue to benefit by the experiences budget Department economic production of high iuhly| '
of his first term in office and reach a Energy and his successful efforts during the crops Unbalanced soil fertility acid
new high in competence during his second past year have been described as "a near support their position that state soils too little! or too much of one
term. miracle" in view of the Reagan administra- of environmentally plant nutrient compared. (<< another .
tion's shortsighted cutting activities in the lands such as the Santa can reduce both crop"\ield' .',and' crop

Graham deserves, and the polls indicate, field of energy.On for, the provides future permanent benefit of pro all quality ', '
that he is getting public recognition for his efforts :Managing soils; to create a bal.inccd
against crime in Florida; for his interestin the basis of Fuqua's two decades of ex- soil fertility condition .bvgmi! with a
protecting the environment with such perience and the important factor seniority urge you to act in that regard }(' !! .* *"., Thc. oil.Ai's.t, will l

measures as his "Save Our Rivers" program; gained i in that period of time, we recommendthat 16."I it)' feasibleja becomes, 4 lt'gallnt F qua 1W :\u.ii. I bure ,soiJ-ttcidii.v,\ ,andJlime level requirement -

for his promotion of clean industries to provide he be returned to Congress to continue his ...JI pota si'llU.t'III.' phosphorus. calcium/ 1f\fls, and
more jobs for Floridians; and his strong moderate course for another term. Lawton.Chiles has Sh q' 'II,lpagncsjw41evels!! I : ,-o< nqAfterburning

support of educational programs. With the experience In the two cabinet races on the ballot both in- opposition and is strongly to mining oppose*the! "'' ,, fhe rerttliilv'iatus

and knowledge he has gained during cumbents have Republican opposition, but do mining in the Osccola Na--'.,''the' soil;lyu'ahmulcl ftsitW fifewiit test
his first term in office, he should become even not appear in danger of being unseated. Forest, which is being"ad. tcerommenddTiimSMhel'iS 'Itfc.. soil' into
more effective in his second term. Secretary of State George Firestone is by the Reagan administra a balanced fertili)v comftflrti. Dtm't
opposed '6 M try-to Rrnpti! ->w ':tI HT
In the U.S. State Senate race, the by Republican State Representative Jim gtrl First, yo -'ijci*> aril
Smith of Clearwater and the lime Proper liUnrfe builds
challenger, former Senator Van Poole; with an Agriculture Com- .
<' ,,' l the foundation fats! produtfh noel.! If
missioner Doyle Conner is opposed by Bar-
record of
undistinguished accomplishments in
FORESTRY >ou fall short in Jour lwnn ftp:I"r >ttru 111.
the State Legislature, is obviously no match bara Lindsey who is in the publishing businessin 'n>'m st'ioffi >ur .soil,
for Florida's low-key but effective Stuart and part owner of a large farm in Jefferson : fc ttbtneuc4atJLhd[ \folhipxis I'nder
"workhorse" senior Senator Lawton Chiles. County. IN BRADFORD COUNTY II Ihese! cooditKuni. appUefrrtilicrs< .
are not usert.a* ttffk'l"nI1It1'w lnls.
Poole, in the absence of convincing Conner is credited with, having one of the By David Norton 'Toxic elements invfrwtfcMitiul: P.l* alas

arguments in his own behalf, is relying almost most effective state departments of Bradford County Forester adversely affect plant l tru": Ih. and
entirely on misleading and unfounded attackson agriculture in the U.S., as well as creating the poor nutrition leads In weak plants
Florida landowners, quick to sensea forest industries are offering a wide that suffer friMn insect and disease at
Division of Consumer Service which
Senator Chiles' record, which are simplynot performs
profitable deal planted 165 million variety of forest management tacks. ,
supported by the facts. an invaluable service to the people of Florida. tree seedlings last winter and may top assistance to forest landowners on a .' J: 9 .
By virtue of his experience and past perfor- that figure during the coming winter. cost basis. Then fertilizer. After building a
Contrary to Poole's charges that the Senator mance we recommend Conner's reelection for The 165 million trees were enough to strong soil Cf'rtil1lC.iUnd.i bv proper -
has been weak and ineffective on anti-crime another term. reforest a strip of land one mile wide For a landowner to find out the liming apply the nwW fortiluer. -
legislation.. Chiles cites his record in passing from Jacksonville to Pensacola. details. be should contact a qualified Again, follow the soil I test and
In regard to the proposed Constitutional forester either with a paper company apply the proper balance '.rf .plant
bills against drug smuggling and anti-labor Last year's increase which was 2S a forester in private practice as a consultant nutrients. Some soils need only
racketeering. It was he who overturned old Amendments: percent more trees planted than In or your local County one iir two plant nutrients may and may

laws from the Civil War era that prevented Amendment No. I will appear on the ballot the previous winter may be over- Forester, require varying application rates.
shadowed by planting during the coming "
military equipment and personnel from being here but is not to be voted on because the winter, for which a bumper crop KLPOA Halloween, A balanced soil fertility program: is
used in the fight against drugs, and anothernew State Supreme Court ruled that its wording, as of seedlings has been grown. Supper and Party one that applies only what is needed
law that led to the federal crackdown on and in the
it the ballot is does amount that is nt't'd'd
appears on misleading and
Lastear's increase to Planned at Center
huge refor-
South Florida drug smuggling, using Start your program now with a sod
not indicate the Legislature's true intent in
estat Ion-tbe largest in many years- test. We have a soil kit and
lest sampl
resources and personnel of the Navy and submitting the amendment to the voters. If was caused partly by the fact that Members of the Kingsley Lake Property ing Instructions in our office on :North
Coast Guard as part of the crime-fighting any votes are cast on this amendment they people have become aware of the Owners Assn. will host a com 301 in Starke. ..0 ,
team. Due to Senator Chiles' low-key style and will not be counted.We economics of forestry. bined covered dish supper Halloween
his preference for keeping himself in the costume contest,and cake walk at the Zion AMB Church
There's to be made in Civic Center To
Friday night Oct. 29. Talent Show'The
background, his colleagues in Congress recommend a yes vote on Amendments 2 "planted pines,with a return of up to 20 Social hour will start at 6:30.with sup.
sometimes beat him to the press releases, tak- and 3, having to do with changes in the percent a year on investment under per served at 7. Sunday School of Mt. ZionA.M.E.
ing credit for measures for which he has laid criminal justice system because they are the right conditions. The 20 percent There will be a surprise Halloween Church Is sponsoring talent
the groundwork. Indeed it was Chiles' anti- favored by state and local law enforcement officials return can be realized if the tree fun feature,and prizes will be awarded program at All: at the church Sunday -
grower has suitable land for reforestation the best adult and best child's -,31' local| talent;of thecounty
crime efforts that led The Fort Lauderdale as a means of closing technical does not have to make heavy costume. is invited to attend.
News, Poole's hometown newspaper, to en- loopholes that have hindered them in their efforts initial investment and takes advan- ?_
dorse the Senator in a recent editorial. to control crime. tage of the various tax incentives.A .

Chiles has also been a moving force in other No matter how you vote, however, the im- forest survey was performed
important federal legislation such as purchasing portant thing is to go to the polls and let your state-wide during 1980. The results of ii!Ptrrap1 @
: reforms and reduction of paperwork that voice be heard on November 2. this survey indicated that only one out
of every nine private landowner who
harvested timber during. the past ESTABLISHED 1879 ._.
decade replanted the area back into MEMBERBOB _
pine population G.FERGUSON -JOHN M.. MILLER Publisher &

r.....ked oath.flashy aM entered M Sr. *..4 rUa "MfcMrr." XIW =_ _
(lit ::
AMERICA NEE PS YOUR VOTEIDATESONTUES.NOV.2 fSS companies Many forest believe industries that demand and paper will ORI. at Start,'fla. ..... Art,*f Much.a. U79. ,-*, 1\==

: exceed supply for raw wood materialby ,4 -
the year%,CIOt.It takes a minimum s..triM. eae Ia trade area lie I've Y* r. U six ...It. :, ::
SUPPORT YOUR CAND! of IS to 20)"eanI1At grow a marketable o.wM brad., area 611.rrr Year, IUt Sls1" ', ... =
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I Cynthia'Jackson and Gregory Box Wed Oct. 1 c it, Mad St. Baptist b

.,..1" ...... r' ;j headpiece trimmed with matching > The Social Side

Cynthia!\ ( "Ann;Jackson, daughter of old fashioned crochet lace. The gown
Mr:and .Sidney Jackson of '
Mrst\ : and veil were made by her grandMr -
Starke and Gregory John Box. son of + uj ". J Jackson. The gown
Mr and Mrs'Ji\ E,Box of Lakti Butler underskirt was I, ht'r aunt's, Gladys Mooty Of The
Were united In marriage Frld :t: ,pelt, :r j t} r Elizabeth Stalnaker's, wedding K.. "
L* at 7.30ju. ,. In the Madison Street t t The bride carried a cascade of beige r-1'*,,...
Baptist Church,. Starke with Rev. silk roses, miniature carnations. lilies ,Socsaly ..
Robert Gillis ttals. and breath with beige
The choir loft was centered with streamers.A baby's. 964-7608 Iv. e 'ws !
arch candelabra flanked by two tree
acv: ; reception was held in the church
'tIll|| y," candelabras with beige tapers. Fellowship Hall where Don Tilley, uncle
to ., Greenery of Boston ferns, palms and '' of the bride, was host. Sue Box,
philodendron filled the altar and choir sister-in-law of the groom kept the
loft. The altar rail was decorated with bride's book.
nA ". smilax and stephanotis roping. White At points of interest in the Hall were Kathleen McGriff Luncheon HonoreeThe
air( : bows with burgundy silk flowers large potted Boston and asparagus i

10 : .. marked candle the family used.pews. A beige' unlnt ferns, palms, philodendron home of Mrs. Sandra Sanderson Ruth Brank, Miss Kit Mason, Mrs. I I
iL ty was
I magnolias and peperomia plants. W Madison Street was the scene ofa Rose Smith, Mrs. Shirley Shute, Mrs.
Presenting a of nuptial
Ono :. program SPr The bride's table was covered with luncheon in honor of Dora Conwell. Mrs. Bair Miss Tina
7 ,.: : ,music were Mrs. Ed Ripplinger, a satin cloth with lace overlay and Kathleen lovely McGriff of given Gainesville, Nov. Bair, and Mrs. Mary Lou Harris of
and Mrs.'
if.,, organist Johnny Chapman
( held two silver candelabras with Gainesville and Mrs. Yancey Kate
13 bride-elect, on Saturday Oct. 23.
'and Stalnaker soloists.
; Cuy ,
candles the
yrit; burgundy flanking of Hawthorne.
The hostesses were Mrs. Robert A.
attended his brother
Wayne Box as
".. tier Heart cake decorated with
best man. Ushers were Michael Happy Green, Jr and Mrs. Robert A. Green,
hearts, doves and bells. The layers
.. Jackson brother of the bride Curtis with Sr.Beautiful
b'w: were separated filigree pillarsand
Addison, cousin of the Kevin e gc N arrangements of white
,,1, ; groom decorated with large doves and Arne Hauger
Box brother of the groom and junior burgundy silk flowers. The cake was chrysanthemums, carnations and
attendant, Jacob Jackson son of they made by Mrs. Don Tilley. Cutting the baby's breath were placed on the Celebrates 80th BirthdayArne
bride. mantels. Centered on the small tables
: cake were Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker
a 11"!)':'. Miss Roxanne Stephenson served aunt of the bride and Mrs. Janette placed around the room were African Hauger, Sr. celebrated his
w 3; as maid of honor. She wore a floorb aunt of the violets of pink and white in containers 80th birthday on Friday, Oct 15, at a
,.. ,I: length burgundy crepe knit gown with w, ,.rtwt.GrKSiI, Tyre The, two punch tables groom were covered covered in pink lace doilies tied with party at the home of his son, Mr and

nr1{?,' high neck, lace bodice and long Mr. and Mrs.Gregory Box with burgundy underskirts and pink pink ribbons Mrs. Arne Hauger Jr. on NW 23rd
,,,,,, ,sleeves. She wore a wide brim overlays and each held an old fashioned On the center table was a large oval Ave., Starke.
*,-t"tl',, burgundy hat and carried a basket of bowl and pitcher filled with arrangements arrangement of American Beauty The party room was decorated with
varigated fall flowers featuring Junior attendants were Rhonda the maid of honor. of and burgundy fall roses interspersed with white gyp- helium balloons and a Happy Birthday
burgundy and pink. Alvarez, cousin of the bride and Given in marriage by her father, flowers. pink sophelia, contained in a cut-glass banner. The refreshment table
trt: >i Attendants were Tammy Andrews; Salena Rogers, niece of the groom. the bride wore a high neck empire Addison Pouring Melody punch Blom were and Durell Patsy bowl. Seated at this table were the was centered with a birthday cake in
lil'W D ers sister of the groom They wore floor length pink crepe knit gown of polyester gauze. The bodice bride and her attendants as well as the shape of a little farm topped with
td ;'. and Phyllis Stalnaker. cousin of the gowns with a round ruffle neck and and bishop sleeves were trimmed Bailey The table covered witha he mothers of the bride and groom, "look-alike" grass and little animals
groom's was
,..,.. .. bride. They were attired identical to trimmed with a burgundy satin belt. with insets of old fashioned crochet cloth and centered withan the grandmother of the bride, Mrs. G made by Mrs. Hauger. Jr Snacks,
the honor attendant, and carried the They wore burgundy ribbons in their lace. The chapel length veil of bridal burgundy old fashioned oil lamp flanked by agroom's J. McGriff, Sr. and the senior hostess, dips and finger foods were served.
'JI.ot .,'same flowers. hair and. carried flowers similar. to illusion was attached to a circular cake featuring miniature Mrs. Robert A. Green Sr., who is a Mr Hauger was the recipient of a
b.,1t, great aunt of the brIde. from
lovely cypress porch glider
Ottbrr tractor At one end was a specialgroom's
t ,., ', punch. Sherry Stroble cut the The honoree was presented a pieceof neighborhood guests attending
her chosen crystal as a gift from
groom's cake and Robin Osborn Twenty-two guests and seven

e"tn'! Marlene Campbell and James Gladieux presided Assisting at the in punch serving bowl.were Mrs. the The hostesses.out-of-town guests among the children enjoyed the occasion.

Charles Blalock, Mrs. Bob Patterson, 32 attending, were Mrs Dorothy

r "Married Oct. 9 in Keystone Heights Mrs.Myrick Jessie and Miss Ricks Teresa Mrs Hart Bishop, Mrs. Gail Barber Alfieri, Miss, Mrs.Beverly Gwen Monday Shelton Mrs.Miss REW ARDS50000

Don Tilley, aunt of the bride, directedthe
Marlene Campbell, daughter of wedding and reception.
gii Mrs. Marcelline Campbell of Hampton Following a wedding trip to St. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO
and Ellis Campbell of Wood- of interest in
ii! bridge, Va. and James Gladieux son central Augustine Florida and the points couple is residingon Hwy 16 W. A. Weldon 964.6971 In the conviction or arrest -

i of Dominica Gladieux of Lawtey and Epperson Street, Starke. Pastor George Watson and of the person or persons
;9: : the late Francis Gladieux were united The bride graduated from Bradford The Congregation Invite You to
,in marriage Saturday, Oct. 9. The High School and is employed by the Come and Worship With Us who took ceiling
I' wedding took place at 7:00: p.m. at the .r Tax Collector in Lake Butler. Sunday School 10 AM
..> Community Church in Keystone The groom graduated from Union Morning W oft hip. 11 AM fans on October 3 fromOlio's

Heights with the Rev. Buddy Friedhn County High School and is employedby Evangelistic ? PM Mobile Homes
officiating. Union County School Board. Wtdntsday Worship 7:30: PM
The altar was highlighted with arrangements -
!5/! '. of pink and burgundy. Sales.

"" carnations, lilies and greenery. A 4.,j
semi circle of lighted candles also
1 I It.,I' 4
the For the
decorated wedding scene. Contact
'4 Attending as best man was Rick

*'*: ":, Tomlinson. Ushers were Ronnie Years of My Live I Mark Olin
Patrick and Jimmy Strickland.
j1';."' Charlene, GriffiS, sister of the P.O. Box 27
bride, served as maid of honor. Thanks Joan Denise Starke
Bridal attendants were Jackie Hall .'
ill ir and Nancy DeVoe. All the attendants j on Our 4th Anniversary. or

lint' ,wore matching burgundy saeRap ,,1/' '. Yliave loved'every of It
.....t, ,gown. with, slit cap'' 8leets, round/ ,," r ., .. day Call
I". "" "
Iles nt ehpar > "
necklines and full skirts. carried ouoa !
II.' rOles r ,,, V": Love. D.R.W.
cascade bouquets of red white 1, i. J 9645606CinemaX"brings

lilies stephanotis, baby's breath and r i iIi SSSSSSSi&SSiS = i'li (Ivy in their hair they wore miniature
*"'" flowers with matching ribbon. / ;
b ''1'' The bride was given in marriage by i
.''I"/' her brother, Randy Campbell. She LMp,
wore a long white gown of qlana with differentchoice
I"' a Queen Anne neckline. The bodice a
: was accented with seed pearls. The
ii iii
';rl r empire waistline had a.bow at the
It.. back.The skirt was trimmed in chan- cable n
o.1', Lilly lace. The full length veil was movies to
trimmed with chantilly lace. She carried of
: a long graceful cascade bouquet
t>')"Hl of i red 'roses., white lilies, baby'si
des! breath, stephanotis and ivy. The bouiu .
\IIi\ eJuet ,was- tied' with' burgundy j iimd f i niorxlp ,
">-i ; 'white streamers<."$he w ?e"a sips I (h nfi'lRi :
.I I', t o i strand of pearls. \"'''' ;;uul'' W -p- \ IIT\

ban .*>'''' lftWlng .th '.' t' 1noifv''the' tniat: '8 ,"A,9Il} \ ''' ,,'
her'g'r'lHldnid'Mr' ,
presented Mns AIn In lift trob9o'
lula, } f0'P eFattoffampton, anjhtpf1.t ,.
lllr J; ,.Rt..gregroorottMrs.rM.ni{ rvref, i
'nt jtur,, ; f a|*( ,." wAnlathiAhio,.with a red,. 4.ut
IIM1 | | ,. "ci Ihj
ih'g eptiontwas held atthe iiL

Community Church, fellowship Mr. and Mrs James Gladieux Ginenlcoc : -I'
)111 1iU [
blmrt> iall.l rq'-'I 'Hn '
Imr '>vtTh4,bridai\ nd,refreshment tables jed with a miniature bride and groom was Jacque Johns*. Shirley Norman
,nun r'w covered, :with white satin cloths. beneath a floral archway. and Bonnie Hall served the punch.
li"iI' it ,The bridal>i itab-l*>'..a's decorated with [(Crystal: punch bowls were at either Barbara 'Jackson served the groom's
,')bu'J greenery oteftd't'held' triplti silver end of the refreshment table. This cake.
f-TAilucandeJabra. .The'white' 'three tiered table was centered with a bouquet of Following)) a wedding trip to Savannah

eini.li,. wedding! "cakei.wlaevdeeorated< with pink carnations, daisies and fern. Ga. and the EPCOT Center in
orp, ?pink rosebuds and. cupids/It'was top- Crystal .compotes held nuts and Orlando, the, couple is residing in tr,
bIll/;' 1" ;li'l i L l : : mints. Starke.
'oll11.1r _0, "t alld noitiit. 'fI"ft The groom's table covered with a Both the bride and groom are
'Iu'''' Rehearsal Dinner ..tiT white lace cloth was decorated with graduates of Bradford County High
For'Rowell.F"tchII pink carnations and greenery The School. The groom is employed at
chocolate groom's cake was Michelin Tire Company in Jackson
i M" .il..rr-' '' ) decorated with the initials of the bride
'* ville. The bride is
Cindy Rowell and Steve Futch were employed as account -
-or groom. .
clerk at Sunland tw
',,,i1, : honored at a dinner party Friday The bride's book was kept by Sandy Center In Gainesville Training 1*
h'_'. night at 8 p.m.. at the Ravines Country 'Tomlmson. Serving the bride's cake
,II\I,< ,Club in Middleburg following the. coo.'nnl .
) pie's wedding rehearsal. Masonic Lodge Starke Church of God
Benton ccnctrt IromPUI
Past To
Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Honors Masters Host Revival ServicesThe McCartney and ry Tyler MtMrm t* WMin( rare: tharh criallenwt A young mart hat xriei et
Write* mn I9 O O c.lr wiit the cham* Frerri (he ,
Futch, parents of the honored couple recent U 5 tour Picture Strvf McQueen Film Festival romantic ole>encetmten with
21 m were seated at one long table coveredIt A festive night to honor: the past Starke Church of God at 422 r i
:with a damask cloth and centered masters of Bradford Masonic Lodgewas North St Clair St. In Starke will be
trip'' ''with a dozen red roses and pink car- Jointly hosted by the Bradford having revival services beginning
* nations Bill McRae honored the cou- Masonic: 'Lodge No. 33 and the Sunday, Oct. 31, through. Wednesday.
.llf" pie with a toast. Eastern Star Order,.Starke Chapter Nov. 3.Services..
rf'r' At the conclusion of the dinner a No. 224 on Saturday night, Oct 23., ,will begin with Sunday
wedding cake, shaped like.two bells' Gilbert Nelson, Worshipful Master of School at 10 a.m., Morning Worship at a
the Masonic Lodge was host and 1 11 a.m., and Sunday at 6 .m. L srn 0* AMERICAN
and iced In the bride's colors, burgundy evening p 3 a. Conner*a *tola thai Fellm, t.t Per., Film Richard i
Gere Vtvhth
and pink, was served. 'Evelyn Cruce Worthy Matron of the. Services during the week will begin at n in ItutlvltA n :i tale ''XlaidMat
Eastern Star Chapter was hostess. 7:30: p.m dajrin*

.k,15ta't' Masons from hundreds of miles distant ->- Guest speaker will be the Reverend
came for the event as well as past Arnold Godwin; the North Florida
masters from the Lawtey Lodge. Director. of Evangelism and Home Over SO movies each month. Movie choice not duplication.
9ii Honored At Specially honored Masons were C. 'Missions Rev Godwin has not only Cinemax is the cable TV service with Movies that t are chosen, because A great movie val...
Howell Nasworthy.. Carl Hurst, 'and, been a pastor and evangelist he is r 'over 50 different movies each month kind of movies. other. they'rethe A month of movies on Clnemax costs less
Bridal Luncheon channels
Curtis T, Lee, Nasworthy Deceived a also a well known gospel singer in the usually than taking the family,t to just one ."ri..
; Everything from classics
,. -. .._._-'gold pin and certificate Church of God. : contemporaries. don't show-so you get more movie In fact( each month you gel all the different'
The : attesting to 50 All, uncut.and uninterrupted.. choice and less \
home of Mrs. Charles Schmitt' years M a Mason. Hurst and Lee were' The public is cordially Invited to attend movie.duplication. films on Cinema ,for ,less than 2Sc,eachcnnsrmdx .

was the setting. for a bridesmaid's... givea.pins tend ,certiflcat $ for 25 these services: Rev, Walter. F. ,'.
luncheon last Rowel, Oct. 21, in'O:years- of membership.' I" .Montzl pastor, ,
honor of Cindy whose mar
The conducted
awarding ceremony was ,
riage to Steve Futch was an event of by.Franklin C, Smith, of In- Christmas Bazaar Nov., 6

Oct.23.. ,:. .. ij tl;terlachen who,'in 1979 was the Grand, .At, Church of Cod Ir I':
The dining room table was covered 'Master ,,Florida Masons. i Our difference 4
of .
,; '
with a burgundy cloth with.n overlay 'c our movies' : s "i i
Smith and The Ladies' :
Nasworthy gave Inspir Auxiliary of the Starke _, ."
of white lace and centered: with 1 an arrangement -,',*j ing addresses which: were enjoyed by, Church of God will held their annual ''. ,.i .. '
( of pink and burgundy silk ;,i.,approximately 80 Christmas, bazaar. Noy..6 from 8 1R v'I'
pre on .
Plate cards of rosebuds :t -
pink .oJ YO
roses ent. pet ,, r-a.ms to- 4''p.mr.in the 'church .. :', ., ...(1
the marked bridal the eeatinsarrapgementof. -r.<.;!i J't'r Th t supperwas'great 'and..t I' |(Fellowship Hall, 422 N.St:'Clair St. j vNtg7It9Ansat3n. .?*,**. '1h'io'o, ), v', '. '' "

The gift tool aai eeihti4tlii witlitf:1U1! the oomraiUee in charge of the supper twas. >jfTbe, / ladies will also take orders for .,...".11' .J" \ w'% "i "
bride doll...lt.4, .1 MiYai, ; ;' \ .'glvea. awell.. :: deserved mvmtt fauna: of 1apnUlMMH I>*" ,pies and cakes for the holidays. U you r .,(otI'-u' <" : CALLTODA\-! IS AVAILABLE I IN:",r. r .< .. ,
ThehaleseasMra'RalbAt *mv
and Mrs, Schmitt presented the So many outstanding Masons were ..call M4-M4S or 9ft4-M13. Starke Fl or.d a"T
with i I I present that it Is impossible to present .There:will be many hand made ,
and two I
honoree memento a: corsage of the occasion. them here. It can be said though that, crafts dolls and paintings as well as Bradford Video'
as a
gowns Bradford County is fortunate indeed I tables
Each of the attendants the sponsored by the Young Ladies
honoree with piece of presented lingerie.\ ., to have these outstanding Masonic Auxiliary and .the, girls (the 964-6308
families In its midst. 'Joy belles),? .
,I If.you comm' ':.a nol_listed. SSX! 'local, ttXSfXSSS': aulhom.d Cin.m.a, dntnburor C'nlmu.1.... .... .
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Honored at LuncheonMiss Halloween Carnival Celebrates. 75th,BirthdayCecil

P;. .. rr G Neva Jayne Flynn, Nov. 13 There will be a Halloween Carnivalon Whitehead celebrated his 75
bride-elect, was honored at a luncheon Friday night, Oct. 29, beginning at birthday Sunday evening with a dl
r / held at the Holiday Inn 7:30: p.m. at the New Bethel Baptist ner party at his home.
1 ? Restaurant Saturday, Oct. 23, at Church. Attending were his children Cia
d noon. Hostesses for the event were Games galore! Refreshments! and Judy Martin and son of Lake Cit j
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs Joan Fun! Fun! Fun! Patti Frick and sons of Gainesvil
I Chitty, Mrs.J. E. Denmark, Mrs.Ann and his niece Diann Kinney and so
,. Godwin, Mrs. Jim B. Godwin Mrs. Chris of Starke.
James R. Reddish and Mrs. Janet
I Turner.
} Guests were greeted in the foyer by ; HEIGHTS
Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips, aunt of the, KEYSTONE,
bride and Mrs. Chitty. Upon arrival
corsages were presented to the
.t,lv honoree Neva Jayne,and her mother, CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
r\ d( )- Mrs. George Flynn, Jr Appetizerswere
served to the guests by Mrs.
1 'ii # Turner and Mrs. Godwin.
I Seated at the head of the U-shaped, SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
: luncheon table were the honored
guests: Miss Flynn, her mother Mrs. .:
Flynn, and the bride-elects maid of

honor, Miss Tina Brown. I I I BACK PAIN WHIPLASH
The luncheon tables covered
a with white linen cloths, and were accentuated
.* with green trailing Ivy and NECK PAIN UTO
.'11 interspersed with blossoms of fall SHOULDER PAIN Prf IN ARMS OR HANDS
Isoi flowers. Centering the head table wasa HEADACHES $I j ON THE JOB INJURIES
0 wicker basket holding an arrange- (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP
ment of mauve and burgundy colored
d: silk blossoms. Individual name cards PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
InI marked the seating arrangement for
The guest of honor was presentedwith
New Junior Woman's Club Members... the wicker basket arrangementof CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED
OJ'' silk flowers as a memento of the oc
I a Carter. Back row Peggy Brooks Therese Schloffman. casion. Invited to share in this "Tht Doctor of Tomotnw WIN Givi No Medicine,
New members inductedA are II-rll I FrontDebbie Con- Maura 'Neal and Tina' Brown delightful bridal luncheon with Miss But WIn Interest Hit PiUtnU! In Tilt Care Of Tilt Human
|,. naughton lljalmar Wilson, Jean Shuford. and Valerie Flynn were 25 of her friends. Atten- Frame In Net And In Tht Cause I Prevention Of Ofi..*"

.' ding from out-of-town were little Miss T. EDISON
Ten new members were inducted tience is exhausted the new memberswere Club member Evelyn Chastain an Sharon Kidd, and Mrs. Reginald
into the Junior Woman's Club of told there is always the extra- expectant mother, was honored witha Flynn, sister-in-law the honoree 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service
Starke in ceremonies Monday night, strength Tylenol capsule. Pampers party.Refreshments both of Tallahassee.
Oct. 11, in the Woman's Club. Membership committee memberswere were served in the IMon., Wed., & Fri. 8:30: to 1 & 2 to fi Tues. & Thur. 8:30:: () to I

New members are: Peggy Brooks, Carolyn Autry and Christie Sun Room by hostesses Evelyn Chas- Did You Know...........
Seleeta Brown, Tina Brown, Debbie Torode. tain and Paula Register.
Mrs. Doris Middletpn of Fort Myers .473.3604
Connaughton, Valerie Carter Maura Guests included Mrs.Sarah Torode, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.B. DR. W.C. EATON
!IIt I O'Neal Therese Schlofman, Jean new club sponsor, and Mrs. Warren, J. Eggers and attended the 1940( DR. LOUNETTE EATON HWV. 2.1..N.
Shuford, and Hjalmar Wilson. Woman's Club president. class reunion.
;(' Mrs. Betty Warren, president of the
Woman's Club, inducted the new AMERICAS: FAMILY ..-- -- .- valuable coupon ------
i: mzmbers, and gave a brief history of DRUGSTORE ,
Wit the Junior Woman's Club in Starke. m
Each new member received a red rzlNf l IISI

ItV;: Denmark.carnation from Club President Kitten I

9! A "junior survival kit" was .
d presented to each member includinga I COLGATE
band aid for the times they might I

a get their feelings hurt, matches to SHAVE CREAM
it light a fire under someone, a piece of !
.a candy to stay sweet, an Exedrin for
Sf junior headache No. 19, alias thee ;4 s 1 I 11-O2. 3 TYPES

Strawberry Queen Pageant / WITH $10.00 PURCHASE
", toothpicks to prop open eyelids on w-
/ I
; long meeting nights, a coupon for a
b1i family dinner on meeting nights,,lotion / CIGARETTES EXCLUDED. LIMIT 1
1i.t to help smooth over the rough % / ,
times, and a bottle of patience to ben Sato Price without
used the year through, and when : We can help picture your goblin! $10.00 purchM* ....< -e
pa'II' Got twlci lbs print,twice tit* film, '? [I
Gertrude Cruce ; J 1twle.tMSu.rente.. Vi Coupon Good Thru Sat Oct 30 J

Family Reunion II.r. ; { --meCOUPON'--\

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On Sunday, Oct. 10, Gertrude Cruce} !i .,- .. I i ...-.. Iv **
SI of Lawtey celebrated her 67th birthday -' 't> 'E PAT'. ,
r1!<' with a family reunion. j ..;;o.. .. ...::::.. .;" _
.r Each family brought a picnic lunch? -- >_

ar y: and persons after attended.dinner played | A I I. j

yr Those attending were: I I I II rlaaAltfRelli gjtw.ro

STARKE: Mr. and Mrs. Robert I I -. _.
9 j Carlton and James; Mr. and Mrs. V. !! AQUA-FRESH I REVLON MAKEUP I t n _._..
Hi L. Starling; Mr. and Mrs. Quincyni I
Cruce and Willie and Darrell; Mr.| TOOTHPASTE l
elJf. and Mrs. Frank Cruce, Jr. and? I 1 00 OFF I BUFFERIN TRAC 11 WHITE RAIN
Michael; Mr. and Mrs. I 4.1-DZ. I I TABLETS CARTRIDGES HAIR
can Mr. and Mrs. I SPRAY
,2 ; Charlie padgettIII; 87e I
Mrs. OF /
1 Heather; Lanett Donna and Joe !| Priced ,...,..... I Touch & Glow. Soft Finish Love ( BOTTLE 229 PLUS 2 239 '.S.02. .

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carlton and;II Price reflects cents off label. Pat, Pure Radiance & more. I OF 100 ...... .. FREE .....,.,. 2, x.11, ,1i19
Marie Mr. and I Coupon Good Thru Sat Oct 30 l Limit 1 please
; Mrs. Dwayne| Limit 1 please Limit 1 pack please/ j iti Iplease
Carlton; Mr. and Mrs. | "L
Carlton, little Kenneth Kenneth/| i rr iii
Ann; Granny Carlton; and | .. .. __._
B Mrs. Alton Thornton, Brooke (COfV4PARE! : ND"SAVE.ON':

Nelson. andl"at ot'" C.E .' ''ND TIONA R IDu6rSmvIOAMUTA
tl! LAWTEY: Mr and Mrs. : .D I
Duncan and Wayne; Mr. and Mrs./
Of Tommy Linzy, Tommy and Keith; STRESSTABS 600
Carol Cruce and Jerry and Tonya;/. TABLETS II I 1
George Cruce; Mrs. Lucinda Griff\ ". ul.rOf..llhl'o" COMPLEXfl y C1My
and Corby and Kern; Marcus BOTTLE 0' 00 WI .
and friend. Teresa Hobbs REGULAR*
; crucel
Priscilla Ivey Leo and ; 449 WITH IRONSoTTLE Of tO :Im:

:9.Si i Mrs. Sheila Griffis, Toni and Bt1ly R,a. lo. .
Joe Limit 1 please g.71' I
91. KINGSLEV LAKE: Gertie If: owl's
Cruce. Fayelll r :Cj
TALLAHASSEE: Mr. and I / ,l hlefp
: Gene Duncan, Katrina, Dora '

,2,r.t Nora.MACCLENNY: Mrs. Frankie andll? THERAGRAN-M MAALOX.. .... I COMET 9-INCH IRISH( ?SPRING

Pipkins, Chrystal, Charles and VITAMINS
i The oldest member attending was; By Squibb i"QQBOTTLl uoz.fl ..- I I' CLEANSER PAPER PLATES BATH SIZE' SOAP

91SI and Granny the Carlton youngest who was was Nelson 82 |\ OF 130 .,. E! Prtcd Sal v.. 70 / 11ap..02B.a... /79C PACK OP 100 S.02. '
Thorn-II Limit 1 7
ton who please
was one month 3/100
9l If' member traveling from || Limit 1 please I Limit Sal.. Priced 2 please...'. R.g.1.25 pk, Hg. .1.I' ....IA'"
away was the Gene Duncan family] Limit 3 bars please
8 from Tallahassee.The closest was the j .
4If Tommy Linzy family of Lawtey. PERT .M'
Church WD-40

Homecoming October 31 15.0 179 JO' 279 ti I LUBRICANT PACKOPSI \ INK PENS
TYPES I 12-OZ. Rg. 2.49 WD Ap. TN pM. i
:TYPES$ R /1'
Hope Baptist Church celebrating \ Limit 1 please ""
its 106th anniversary, will observe j Limit 1 please : ', I 11.69
J Jicot
Homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 31. Services \ 59C59C
will begin with Sunday school at I .
1Cm 10:00: a.m. ST. IVES i Limit 2 please

Dr. Robert G. Witty Chancellor of EJD ALOE VERA .J: ..j I! Limit 2 please
... Luther Rice Seminary Jacksonville, U-OZ. LOTION
will bring the message in the 11:00: ;w WHEATACOL BUY of c. GET ONE j ; ae, oP a neruu 1.99
a.m. worship service. fill TABLETS TONIC .al. Priced 1." BURGESS \

.* in music are planned, as &- JJ GARRITY SCRIPTO'FLUIDIC .\
,9 webs special awards in recognition BOTTLE 399 FREE : : 1 LAWN FEEDER DISPOSABLE MIGHTY MATCH #J IN .\
of the member/past member who 0"00 fi7 FLASHLIGHT LIGHTERS i1'9 IN
travels the farthest distance to Limit 1 please :
R.1. ass
Homecoming and to the member who\ fi.
49910. .
has been a member the longest J r COVER GIRL COJm / & ;71 00
tont number of years. A basket lunch will,'> EYE SHADOW -- .1
be enjoyed on the grounds after the{ BRONCHIAL KIT ...'.. ...."'. While supplies .11
J ttI morning worship service at approxImately SYRUP DM last lima 3 please .
1:00:; p.m. -oz.. Ifi
sal. 199 [ ]
A gospel sing beginning at 7:15j | .159 L hkM ....
aciivitieUs complete the homecoming\ hkd ,.
j ,
e .Featured will be the Gospel\
1 Express and Lonnie Broome. ? NO NONSENSE rye
1 Reverend Pat Murphy pastor and| yx 81'0
) the congregation invite everyone to| CUTEX DIAPARENE PANTYHOSE;: POLAROID,.SX-70. lOt
n. ..
2' be with them on this special day.The? POLISH BABY WASHCLOTHS ....
i church is located eight miles south of g f-OZ. PLUS J-OZ.FREE r '' \ N1.99c .TIME-ZERQ.o/FILM; .

1 Starke on Highway 100. Sale .: SUPIMCOLON 99 1 e
89C 10 PRINTS'
4 Did You Know...,......L $85511 150 .. 189 wr.r Limit j. please) Lap /rke4 ..........6'

I Jack Mathews of Lake City, Tenn. Limit t please Limit 1 pleas Limit please
.7 It:;
Is !
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer
a Stearns thIS week.

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October 28. 1982 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

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Delta Kappa Gamma .pledge to the flag led by Marie each of the six Indian girls Miami their for the next newsletter soon to be !
Y Woooley.. The first discussion following the society is helping with issued. The next meeting will be I
Holds Workshop roll call, was the education. Thursday Dec 2, at 7 P.M. in Starke.
'fli'\' contest for each county's schools: during Marsan Boyd, program chairman, The place will be in the newsletter. Want to Make
lilt \. Twenty-four members of Delta, National Education\ Month. This is presented interesting posters on self- The hostesses invited the group to Laundry Basket?
Kappa Gamma Society, Alpha Nu to be planned with fifth grade esteem in regard to teaching. She the attractive Halloween decorated
;h.-l'y Chapter met Monday. Oct. 25, at 7 teachers for junior high and senior stressed how we lose self-esteem how table for refreshments. The hostesses Instructor Georgann Horton will be
.. ". P.M. in the Elementary School high school students with prizes in negative attitudes affect students, were Marsan Boyd, Brenda teaching interested people how to
yll{:; Library in Lake Butler for a each category. Lucille Payne announced and the importance of looking for Whitehead, Gale Bartlett Janet make an English Laundry Basket In
.".. .". y workshop. there were a few sets of In- positive qualities in students. Walters and Joyce Norman. the next basket-making classes offered
the Starke Rec. Dept.
President Sharon Lyons called the dian cards yet to be sold. Plans were Alice Frankenberger Communication I i through
business meeting together with the suggested to send Christmas Rifts to Chairman collected news items at the old armory-

r-' l.h -- ----..__ ........ _______ J ___ II ........ Joy Chub St.Johnson John, from Classes 7.10 p will.m.be and held Wednesday Tuesday nights morn

ings from 9 a.m. to noon and it should I
I f.. Featuring: Our Christmas Scene I Ii r To Wed Oct. 30 take basket.3-4 sessions to complete the,

Miss Joy St. John and Leonard Cost is$25 for materials. Anyone interested
t t I "Chub" Johnson will exchange wed- cart sign up at the Rec. Dept.
i PHOTO SPECTACULAR ding vows Saturday night, Oct.30, at 6 office at the Old Armory.
p.m. at Grace Baptist Church with a

.1 t 24 COLOR PORTRAIT PACKAGE t tI reception AH. friends following and relatives in the FellowshipHall. are invitedto I ..........Instructor.tit.! Georgann MortonMrs.

I i You Receive pRotograpfiy By attend. St. Edward's ChurchTo Terry Lee

a I 3.8x10's t Sponsor Bazaar Shower HonoreeMrs.
n The R.R. Chlcms
i. 3. 5 \\t4 \{ \'
n'ts: ". \\ \\\\W. Celebrate Anniversary Members of St. Edward's Catholic Terry Lee was honored at a
i t Church will sponsor their annual stork shower on Sept.28 given by Mrs.
I t 18 wallet sizeONLY ; Ocilla, GAe t tI Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Chism bazaar on Fri. and Sat., Nov. 5 & 6, in Beryl Nettles Mrs. Kenneth Snow
, (Rudy and Kitty) were honored at a the parish hall. Mrs. Robert Carver and Mrs. Michael
I surprise 37th anniversary dinner party Coffee and donuts will be served Rathmann at the home of the latter in
I I Sunday given by their sons and beginning at 7:00 a m Friday. Lun- Raiford.
i 't : .1 i (daughter, Randall, Robin and Ran- cheon to be served both days will)con The punch bowl encircled with
$2.95 deposit !" 1 1d dine. sist of sandwiches soup desserts and flowers centered the refreshmenttable.
I t and Attending were approximately 45 beverages. .
I 'I t $16.95 due Children. Adults, families and t relatives and close friends who Handmade arts and crafts items Games were played and prizes
I brought covered dishes for the dinnerat will be available as well as baked awarded to the winners.
i at time of groups to 3 personsdelivery the honoree's home. A white an- goods. To be given away at 3:00: p.m. The hostesses presented the
NO EXTRA CHARGE j niversary cake was decorated with on Saturday will be $50 cash, a doll honoree with a high chair as a
I t plus tax (Complete package delivered to store) NO PACKAGE LIMIT red roses and blue trim. with nine handmade outfits, hand memento of the occasion.
V After dinner the Chisms opened the crocheted elephant rocking horse, Among the 14 guests was the
I gifts brought by their guests and and giraffe clothes tree. The public is honoree's mother Mrs. Elmer E.

I Portraits will be made at 2 BIG DAYS 6 6i children. invited to this bazaar. Lewis.

I Woman's Club W.T. Weeks, UDC
: '. Monday Nov. 1 10:30.5:30 MissionaryTo

i t SEARS Tuesday Nov. 2.10:00.5:00: : Board Meeting Meeting Nov. 3 Hold RevivalAt

I I The executive board of the Starke The W. T. Weeks chapter, UDC Church of ChristThe
I' Starke Woman's Club will meet Wednesday will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 3
Nov. p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gladys Starke Church of Christ will
.J 3, at 12 noon at the Western Steer
__ __ __air I( Weldon hold revival Oct. Nov. 3.
-_ .9 .__ -L- r- = -w- 1rla Steak House. a 31 through
Speaker will be Evangelist Kerry
Cain of Lake City.A .
native of Detroit Mich., Minister
F c trtrn Cain served as a missionary to New
Zealand for seven years and preached
for the West Palm Beach Church of
1wi Christ prior to moving to Lake City
two years ago. He is a graduate of the

S ; T; Sunset, Texas.School of Preaching in Lubbock -

Services will be conducted at 11:00:
a.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Sunday and at
7:30 p.m. Monday through Wednes
LEADER LOLLIPOPS day.: Congregational singing will be
KOOKY SPOOKS COSTUMES '1--*" 1i i '"" conducted by Charles Rasmck and a
",-A tuo oreo "jPQC nursery will be available at all ser-
ASSORTED STYLES 488 W W t KiD01E R.g. 09. vices. Members of the church extenda

...... Rg. 5.99 ,..,.....,. -- _'-- yt, ( l- Limit 1 please warm welcome to the people of our
;P.,'.IP'E. SAFETY community to attend these services.
: The church building is located at the
; corner of Brownlee and MacMahon
Rp 1.19 8 PUMPKIN
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YOURCHOICI 9ge : PLAS TIC .79t I Livingston University
288 R g 1 19Carry . '
Pig :3.41 .......... J 4 treats use as decoration. 0 Admissions Counselor
I 1 To Visit
MAKEUP KIT II Livingston University Admissions
R.q.l.te eReg. Counselor Eugene Johnston is

1.21 8Se Sa'' P"cci ... ... ...88S.I. scheduled to visit Bradford High
ASSORTED School in Starke at 7:45 p.m. on Friday -
Priced ....... 4 Oct. 29 to discuss admission re-
BROCK CARDBOARD CUT-OUTS / quiremcnts and academic programs
FLOPPY CANDIES offered prospective students by the
WITCH HAT 10-OZ. TYPES ? L YOUR CHOICE 2 /49cR.q West Alabama university..
RM. 69* ... 49 u. ..foRRp,1D Mr. Johnston travels a threestatearea
"' Printed on both sides to provide information about
149 00 a. Livingston University to persons in
I..to Priced i....... 2 11 high schools and junior colleges. He
0 will discuss such topics as student
L Limit 2 bags OY f f CYl1IJME "' life academics, finances athletics,
of please [?J degrees offered and other data per-
taming to Livingston University

0 Marvo the MagicianTo

t Appear Oct. 31
'. ,i \ \\ ,., aoco...
I Marvo the Magician will I make a
special appearance at the Northside
Baptist Church Sunday Oct. 31, at
I 1 9:45: a.m.
S Ya'Y I I .. Everyone is invited to come see the
: It -- 0 i great Marvo!

I I Elks News
0 Quick of the Madison Elk Lodge made
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;liNp.It.o:..yf............... .., ... 9-OZ. BAQteg. 129 By CLARK. 1 c / his official visit and inspection at the
1OZ. BAG 99c 79
, 1.79 ......................... Rg. 1.29 ............. ........ R g 99' 1. .. ... ...... ? I 20 Gainesville Elk Lodge on Wed., Oct.
: ,' k k Limit 1 bag please Limit 1 bag please Limit 1 bag please The Starke Elk and Elkette delegation -
I I 1 were: J. D. Doyle V.A. Nichols
I Nealy McConnell George W. Brown.
t I I Richard Solze Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ed-
dy and Mr. and Mrs. George Domi-

nianni The next regular meeting at the
Starke Elk Lodge will be Nov. 1 at the
I Lodge building on North Temple
Avenue with a covered dish supper at
w J ,. 7 P.M. followed by the meeting at 8
I --- 14N P.M. Visiting Elks and their ladies

.5N w 1 28" w."i.9N are
w -5" -- welcome.BIRTHS
23" AM/FM KEYSTONE 1/1OCraa 1M fiLM mi.t. .

Thomas Andrew CrawfordMr.
101. .....11." tCS-MJ s NxR 33
Rp. 3J.M .2499 : .1999 9" and Mrs Michael Crawford of
t, 999 2399 Brews CO H.2-to cupsof =." ........... ./. 24.99 ............ R.p.12.99I ................ Kingsley Lake announce the birth of a
I 3 heat level. 24-hour memory alarm. Great for beginners son, Thomas Andrew born Oct. 23 in
..ff- Orange Park Hospital. He Joins three
..- .. brothers, Mike age 3, Jimmy age 7
>> and Joey 9.
'" age
: : GRAN Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
HOT POT AM/FM PRIXD' DURACELL S Elizabeth Crawford of Kingsley Lake.

,2 NORTHERN MIST 4-OT.12I417 R rrlrssi i Did You Know. .
MO. 14.99 "'a'." MN1SOOR
CURLING IRON 6" fl. 1.79 pk. i..IIi Mr. and Mrs.. William G. Haile of

t,. 12 .7 99. 1 299'i Warm soups, 799 0.. /2 49 Palatka of were his sister Saturday Mrs.luncheon Herbert

11 Ro.9-9* ............;.... .Use.Ild ss 9erv.r. bo' eragee. 4 ... Thomas guests and Mr. Thomas.
Use mist or dry.

-- Mr. and Mrs. George Copeland and
: ,::? OP N.DAILY'. to 9. SUNDAY 10 to 7. Sato Prices good thru Sat Oct 30th. AMB3CAS FAMILY DRUG STORE Mr and Mrs. Ed Dyers spent last
I week in the Smoky Mountains.Mr. .

1 C >:.Bradford,** ** Sq.l ::Shopping!' :Center J ifs t Waycross. and and Mn.Mr.W.and L. Mrs.Harrison Robes c
e : 831 SvWalnut', '-Stark I W. Harrison of Ocala were'Sunda,
., .
,. 1 eltf" TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 9 visitors of Mr.'and Mrs.'A. S. Bar
,. ,", a..r rlson.
'3. ;. r +
Friends will regret to hear that
F '
e Tu11ie Norman I la a patient In North
Florida Regional pital following a
light stroke on Sunday.

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Y 1 'I WH' Christian Church bIDDer ;': ;,'cond, Carmol Thornton";',third."Corey'yaqgy ;:some time in Pigeon Forge,Cherokee\:' t3alneavtue_ .!. wltq' gt, ,"'"'f.r,... tAbii{;f;t er: Shears Buckallew
i 'r t"i "r. \ .lr.. 'By Dolores Meng Members of the Hampton Christian ckel. Second i:grade first 'and Gatlinburg. The Maffirta Valley ,0 DetMer>O.IrtlHtayr9thFrank '" \! .JobAn3t.Hernandez; Fredal Mitchell,

... \ ', Phone 4aalfliRummage Church enjoyed a covered dish /i Donald McWilliams; second, Gene was pretty with foliage turning l Sheffield and. lgeliss6' Sharmon Patrick. Jason Pons, Dena

.;.t } Fellowship Dinner given at the local. |Birt; third, Michael McKenzie. Third autumn colors.They art still enjoying back' PavMj; loth-Lorle Snow Was IS,Hope iRadford, Elisa Sierra-Aviles, Tonya
S leThe ,
{ will parsonage on Sunday Oct. 24. \eraoe-,first, Scott Branham; second the fresh apples they brought Archey "was .4L; :.nth-Bobbin: 1 Taylor Samantha Trupan,Corey VanSyckei.
Woman's Club *
Hampton Dana with them. Ji Eric Caulk..Ii Varnum Frank
Cecil Woods; third Hall. was: ;; ; Stanclv
t' sponsor a rummage sale on Nov. Hampton Elementary Fourth grade first, T.J Orton: second Debbie Mowry of Gainesville'and: 13UrFranti'Innouent. was 13:" 13th- Williams, .Kimberly Wilson, and
8. beginning at 10 a.m. at City Carnival and Barbara Mowry of Laky ft :
Ilaltowem Wyatt ,Collins; third, Mary Mike Barbara' Davis: was U;> J8th-Lynn young.
:".: Hall. Times for the Halloween CarnivalParade ,.Wood: Fifth grade first., MistyKoehler their parents,Mr. and Mrs,, ,IfaUj.,1; lath-Dwn Mmnpin ;WlIl 16iKennetit'Q'awford Sta. \ I
:; Chill Luncheon and Costume Contest were. ; second, Allison Archey Richard Mowry,'Greg and Donna.girt, ; :wru,15;''Joshua'Cruze -. :isbfrleyfBa'peU': second grade:
: A Chill Luncheon will be served by listed Incorrectly in last .week'. ,third. 'Rhonell Estea. Sixth grade their new home over the weekend. waEp': .:2MJ- hmKaaHughes Sandra Aviles., Gene Birt;Fay Cruze

1 the Hampton Woman's Club on Sat. Telegraph. The Parade .will, leave' I first Denise Curtis; second MarkRhoden Celebrate Birthdays Oceanside 'Was 9,Alicia Baker was 4,<+and Donnie .. ,Danielle :Hersey Billy Kyle andJoseph
J. Nov. !0!, at 12 noon. Chili and crackerswill from the City Hall at S p.m.,'Saturday ; third Jennie Rhea. Seventh Mrs. Julie Cornish of Brown'had V birthday',/,XlslWayneKershnef Miller .
be priced at $1 desserts will be at the arrived Thursday to spend the!: third grade: Scott
Oct. 30. Costume judging >grade! first Eddie Lloyd; second, Calif. is.. j Vicki Powell's
f. sold at 25* per serving. school will take place at variety .Harold Mitchell; third Jennifer Clark weekend with her mother. Viola New'Cnazidehlid': Branham Josh Cruze,'Jessica Fisher
will at 6 The,, Lefebvre the Henry Spell and i :: :': :: and Hall.
V Jocephus Band Entertains of booths open p.m. (and CharlesCasper. Mrs:;: Bawl. MaxwUteth ( proud Joey
invited to join in the fun and William Muse families.. On Friday McLean's fourth grade:
Jerry Sr., Robbin and Jody public is great 'grandmother of a baby girl, Mindy
*J. Wadsworth Joined other members of benefits of this carnival.Best Travels Home Paul Lefebvre flew his plane .from Accompanying Kelly Lyn; of WUliaton;She,was born Melissa Byrd, Wyatt Collins. Aimee
Jocephus and the Ghost Rider Band CarnvUl Posters Mr and Mrs. Richard Mowry and Pensacola to Keystone Heights and Oct u.weighing 6 lbs 9 os.She is the Hodges and T.J. Orton.
last Tuesday night at the Bradford Children In all grades last week made'poster. Mr.and Mrs.James Nessmith returned him were his daughter 'oJ Terry and Ma An- Claudette Frees fifth grade: Allison
1 High School Auditorium for a band advertising their school home Thursday following a four family, Barbara and Ed Fitzpatrick drews. Grandparents 'A'.T.and: : Archey, Cindy Davis Rhonell Estes,
p concert. Proceeds from the concert Halloween Carnival. The first place ''day scenic trip to the mountains. In Julie and John, They and all celebrated enjoyed six Mary Andrews of Gainesville. Jerry Loiacano and Angela Mitchell.
J went to the FFA Group. V Stet srf winners were given ten free' tickets to Cherokee they were joined by Joan's family reunion FiUpatrirks Sandi Sanders seventh grade: Jen-
and the
Ceremonies Greg Alvarez explained be used at the carnival. Second and i parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Howell fanmy! birthdays. Paul Pensacola A-B Honor'Roll' nifer Clark Cassandra Fisher and
returned to on .
i that money was needed locally to help third place were given each five .and her sister and brother-in-law Sunday Report cards"went home with Mindy Hersey. .
with building an FFA Center in Orlan tickets. Winners were: Kindergarten EWe and Jill Bass, all of Panama Ci- Sunday. Julie went to Tampa. on .students on 'Wednesday Oct:. 20. Note: Jim.Lewis is hoping some of
do. The support of a large group of first, Sonya Hodges; second, Laurel ty.They to.return to Barksdale celebrated,. ,Those receiving aJ1 A'a ana B's for the his sixth graders make better gradesin
community members!! was ap- Sanford; third Terri Truett. First enjoyed visiting the Fontana Virgie dining in first six weeks grading period! were:: the future.
predated for this project grade first. Shannon Patrick; se Dam in North Carolina, and spent her Oct. 15 birthday by ,. ,

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School NewsJ : 2, 1982 \.e. ..., Initials,' of Issuing Official '. .

J Signature of Voter J'' '
STUB NO. 1:1
P.T.A.Meeting Results ". ..

f At a meeting of our P.T.A. held .:, : :, '.>: a: ',' .i' :, ,: .
1 Thursday evening, Crt 14 at Starke : "'"" "''''' '- '
Elementary, plans uerema.tefor our ," '. GENERAL ELECTION ,;
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Halloween carnival to be held on ." 'f" ..
Saturday., Oct. 30. Come rain or shine
to the Bradford Fairgrounds from NO._ BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA "
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5:30:; to 8:30: P.M. : ;.'; :. : : "" ." ,' .
P.T.A. president .John Smith and ,',,, ''-' PRECINCT NO. .. ;
A.. Principal Charles Thomas with the i.' : ;:'Jr..!" .;" .: '' (' .. .' .,
I help of other parents began organizing NOVEMBER 2, 1982
b the booths for the carnival. .: ; : Initials of Issuing Official :
Refreshments were served by the : STUB NO.2'
P.T.A. .
( Advisory Council : :, : .
Our School Advisory CouncU met on : ', it-: .

v Oct. 14 at 6:30: p.m. The following : :" ,'. OFFICIAL BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION : .
parents are on our committee: Mr. ".: : \ ,
1 Andrew Carter. Mrs. Cynthia .
Zurfluh, Mrs. Betty Hildebrand. Mr '' t:: <" BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ;.. .
John W. Walker Mrs. Linda Boyette '

t Mrs. Helen Murphy, Mrs. Carolyn Ho- PRECINCT NO. ; ,S..q
wle Mrs. Glenda Wheeler, Mrs. AnCarter- ;.." SAMPLE .':. '
C' netin Norman Mrs. Carole "'', ', NOVEMBER: 2, 1982 4
Mr. John Smith Mr. David Smith,
Mrs. Barbara Cain, Mrs. Ann Davis
Mr. Norman Dowdy and Mrs. Jane TO VOTE for a candidate whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the blank space at the RIGHT of thename

Clemons. Thanks to all of you fort of the candidate for whom you desire to vote. TO VOTE for a candidate whose name is not printed on the ballot,
volunteering your time. We need you!
News Tidbits write in his name in the blank space provided for that purpose.

1 We were very proud to see SES 4-H I

member Derrick Dowdy stressing ...; ./ ..
J fire safety last week at the Bradford -
NO. 2
Square Shopping ,.. ..... .. ._. .... .. ',
n. worked in the 4-H Fire Safety booth ,IJ" S vi, nl ii.. .... l' J'}> -- "r {, ; 4t>;'-.:'" . ,
United States Senator ; "JUDIClat'JOL"'y' r" : I du; J.G I' "' .ki Iif: "
Week '
't and helped Fire Prevention get r I "I' t U ( ; lwi1TUTIONAbAMENDMENT.rrlf.. ?
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'. off to a good start. Derrick is the son (Vote for One)" ,', ,17" .f'j'p,,; *" "'1'1" R 1 f){

of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dowdy of "DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL '',ARTICLE I", SECTION 12 ,
Starke and is a fifth grader. Jr.
TV-20 Weather station has written
1 Mr. Thomas requesting that our Shall JUDGE RICHARD W. (DICK) ERVIN, SEARCHES AND SEIZURES Proposing
students send in weather pictures for Lawton Chiles ..... -
4 their evening forecasts. Students at B III of the 1st District Court of Appeal be re- an amendment to the State Constitution to

SES were given a special art period Van B. Poole l l, el tamed in office? provide that the right to be free from

,'. last week to draw a colorful picture. unreasonable searches and seizures shall be

Several pictures will be selected to _._?_ -.-- _
construed in conformity with the 4th Amendment f
broadcast during the 6:00: P.Mf CANDIDATE for
weather. WRITE-IN YES- I I to the United States Constitution and to ot1

On Tuesday. Oct. 19 there were UNITED STATES SENATOR N _.__.._ provide that illegally seized articles or inforvS\
smiles around and
many our campus
Leonard Studio photographer took t mation are inadmissible if decisions of th&p

our pictures. Your child will bring Shall JUDGE JAMES E. JOANOS of theist United States Supreme Court make sue!!;
home a proof in several weeks.
News from the Classrooms I I District Court of Appeal be retained inoey1 j j .

i EMU Our students are practicing '.
their basketball skills for the Special lice? \
Olympics events Nov. 4, at BMS. "
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These physical-coordination skills are YES :; ,Un.'fPA.. .

improving the students academic and Representative In Congress E3 NO for Rejection ..

classroom skills in learning other ob 2nd District _NO' .. .. ..,....
jectives. Glenda Richerson made Congressional ,' 'r."t' .1 JDtUUl:: H1HOH' 3HF 3O
her test. Please 'r;...1$04 ,,1 .rU ''' IT 1O TI039I3 I:
100% on spelling en- (Vote for One) r : btt0'b ,
to lQ' 1tA0JirUiTAT2c. /
) 'y'
courage you child to practice words study Shall JUDGE: ROBERT P. SMITH, JR of : airl49 .rll '.' qa ,\1H./Io\t11\
and write their spelling
every ,/ '" { .1"O-.OQrnC'AIlIf
night so they may be star spellers. the 1st. District Court of Appeal be retained in. CbNSTIUTIONAI"AM'r: .NQM NT
Rich and Glenda Richerson
Timmy both received stars for saying 10 Don Fu ua (Oem 3 office? .)(ttTJCLJU., t ,..ECTId1i 1 S'd' 3a"'

words for good cafeteria behavior.We $ ..orl ,
Ron McN.n lte r ,1""rt ::3UIAU'IO/ I.
say the phrase to match good ( YES '
behavior such as "eat right"useyour I I PR>iJ"PRIAI.REL'EASEAND"; 'n l1:i'fONNO

napkin," "chew slowly." These aLl Proposing''amendment, to the State""Constitution -
words help improve conduct and

behavior in the cafeteria. STATE Shall JUDGE FORD L. THOMPSON of the ;;, effective,January .SJ983,) xipro 1
First Grade: The first graders are vide that a persbn'cHarged with crime br a

decorating their classrooms for fall. 1st District Court of Appeal be retained in office violation) of a municipal or county drdinarice{i ].
The children have been tracing cut -.I .
ting and coloring leaves in the fail col- Governor s. Uevteunt Governor ? other than a' capital I offense on an'offense

ors to give their rooms a fall at. ('v for Group) .... punishable by life imprisonment;Shall b ''efn-! ;
mosphere. Many of the windows are .
titled release before trial unless.
t decorated with these pretty leaves YES to .
Happy Birthday to Jason Osteen ir Bab Graham -NO---: E enumerated conditions indicate that" the per
Mrs. Patray's room. Fwliennlaf (Dear) .son should be detained..

f Third Grade Mrs. White's class:
We will be drawing and coloring pictures Wayne Mix=on CONSTITUTIONAL

' of weather conditions in our For UntIulIl50..... PROPOSED
.f community this week for TV-20: .- AMENDMENTS OR OTHER YES for'A ro'a"H; _
Weather. We are studying about Skip Balals I

, 't weather in Social Studies. Our FeGversa Rep PUBLIC MEASURES NO,---for R.i.ction
outstanding student this .week was

+f. Adelle Kuhn.Special recognition goesto Leo Callahan ) '
r.," Brandy Forsyth and Brenda .
Williams for good citizenship.SES Fer UntllIIHt ef.raw To vote,on a constitutional amendment or

All-Stars other public measure+ mark a cross (X) in '" BOUNTY'

Starke Elementary All-Stars par. Stcratary: State the blank space next,to either YES or NO.' GAS TAX'REFERENDUM

ticipated In the Annual Foot '
ball/Volleyball tournament held at (Voto for One) .". .NO, 1 .

Southside Elementary Oct. 15. CONSTITUTIONAL'AMENDMENT i ,' and
':' Volleyball Members: : For:the.purpose of paving maintaining

r'F Tawanda Tyson. Monique Banks ,. .ARTICLE II, SECTION a roads operating transportation systems

. Rachel Tyson, Chanda Woods George Rrestene (DIwt ,and.,for other' 'lawul.purposes': BradfordJim

i i' Stephanie Mignon Carroll Cruger Marie Tara Green DeSue Donna Smith (Rap: I I I Financial) Disclosure Required Before, ,County.snalljie. 'authorized to levy:'an' addi';

' I LaFollette Ramona Tennant Gayle Legislators :banal oll cent tax.on each gallon of motor
Vt\\1 Douglas Kim Hampton, Felecia Lobbying By And' ". fuel and special fuel! sold in Bradford County;.
Patricia Rosier Wart- Elected OHlceis'
Aaron. Lynn
/4 Statewide nde1
taxed thepr.Wisions'Of'"Ch
It sbaugh. Cassie Brady, Jennifer '" and pter:

),' Williams, Theresa Guthrie, and Yong ';' ,;.'.206;Fl idaStatutes: ,
r! Hankerson. ConIInIuItMr .Prohibits fonner"legistators'" andatate\ylQlt r" : :' .,..1tl i'i\.t ;), .'. -i.
of Africutiuro "
( Football Players elected officers from representing other per "4-1' (if> U' ., r r:

Kelsey Thomas Shaun Nichols. (Vote for Quo) before p. '. "' ". .- .- :
Ron ZUrfluh Donnie Francis Tommy .sons.orentities'Jor'compensation any 11'
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Balkcom, Daven Dever Eddie Sieg-. state government body for: a periodot2years' ..';'.y vat' ""

?j mood Jody .Kirchalne. Demetrius .' :: 0'. ...' '.
; ;, 'following vacationof office;unless they; file. t\f. rimn .' : '. \"'
Bolton. Clyde DeSue, Clarence r. "' :;. .
.I.' DevIl CWwWt :: ) 1 full and public disclosure: U eIr.fiDan'cl.J'tt' .. ,
i; .Williams,Freddy Cain Scott Duncan flfeM ,. .' I'J..
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At Library i ', I, ,;,, ; p.m. ,

I n, 'Here's what the,library staff says about, their. Hallo" The Southside'Elementary School Carnival gets
t. li: i ween event: .. 3 ? underway at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, and costume ill
''td \ judging will begin at 6 p.m. .
I c ? Hey Kids! Start Halloween the right way Join your Prizes will be awarded to trick or treaters wears a. 4

Y\ friends at the Bradford County Public Library for t' 'the "scariest", "most original", and "funniest" y r s

. bo* kj some pre-Halloween fun. ., ,I > .''costumes. .
.1 ?9: nNi Help us break our pumpkin pinata and gather the Booths will include old favorites like the haunted
9 ; goodies insidej Refreshments will be provided'by .the house, the country store with homemade items and, t r lrw '

i Friends of the Library. things like jams and jellies Cakewalk, bingo, "go
| The fun begins at the Public Library Friday, Oct. 29, fishing", treasure hunt, duck pond lollipop pull, ring
at 3:30 P.M. Wear your costumes and join us for a real toss, bean bag toss, shave balloons, and dragon crawl.

good time the library staff says. i: ., ;:, : booth Plenty. of prizes will be given away at the bingo .+

iI Starke Rcc. Department Will The SSES PTA invites all to come and eat supper at < 1 1y r
the carnival as the menu includes hamburgers, hot
Have Party Friday at Pratt St. dogs corn on the cob, fresh fired donuts, cupcakes,

The Starke Rec. Department will be holding its hot chocolate and drinks and popcorn. _
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raffle will be held with prizes
at 3 at
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Halloween party Friday, p.m.
the Meat
video game, and $100 worth of meat from
the Pratt St. center. '
All school age children up to 14 years of age are Invited -. Store. -- .'

I and though costumes aren't mandatory, those Raises $3,400 "Ghoul Scouts" Celebrate Halloween...
who wear them will have a chance for prizes in the Brooker Elementary
Carnival. Girl Scout: Troop 614 of Starke held it's Halloween front( )I. Diane Sea Ponds It.iberts. and .tulle t1
i costume judging. With 'Indoor' Halloween ..
part at Small World Day Care Monday night with Ferguson.

The party will also feature Halloween games' v and Ignoring the rain, everybody came to the Brooker the girls enjoying refreshments scary stories Standing from left lo right, jreiimr:
[ "spooky" refreshments. ,. Elementary' Halloween carnival which raised some' games and a haunted house. Ferguson Beth :McKinnengela Carter. Mrhssa

$3,400 which minus expenses, will be spent on school :Most of the costumed girls posed for this photo. S.trntlnlnoranl.lis": \ lais.llisim KariisHorlh

q. ; 'projects. They are, kneeling left to right. Brand! Barrett. Susan Judd. Jennifer Spi\ers, Knnlx Crews (hari

Parade Seeing the rain wasn't going to let up. Principal Amy Woods Lorie Woods Sarah Smith. Robin Me: andlkht"lIt': siinnent,
Police Car Will Lead Wayne McLeod simply moved the carnival inside the (Ore front) Celecla Spivey Cheryl I.\\1011I':

For Halloween Day school Classroom desks were shoved aside. It
J' Hampton building. finished clean- _____,._____
was Monday morning before the school 'ci
( The Hampton police car will lead a parade from Ci- ing up but the carnival went off without a hitch. : r
school to kick off the Hampton
ty Hall to the elementary -
Gene Ross of Starke won the Remington pump gun
j Halloween carnival at 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30. valued at $350 Stevie Bailey won the hunter's bow
At 5:30: a costume contest will be held in front of the Bruce Manning a homemade quilt Carole Lee Jones (

school and booths open at 6, including a haunted dirt bike, and Teresa Williams a soft-skinned doll.
house, fish and duck ponds country store.bottle tip Winners in the costume juding were:

I scare crow pick pocket, goldfish bowl,.ring toss,.and Cutest: Nancy Raulerson. pre-school: Holly Tyler,

l) dart throw. K-1; Shawn Bass grades 2-3, and Sarah Douglas
ham- .
'" Refreshments available include hot dogs, 'S
grades 4-5,
burgers, pop corn, boiled peanuts and drinks. Jason Cor- "
Most original: Emily Caslm pre-school; t
1st prize in the raffle is a Montgomery video game. 2-3 Snow 4-5. and
I toe ; Gainey, ; Kevin
and five $5 savings
2nd and 3rd will be digital watches and "
Teresa Polk grade 6
1y bonds with Florida Bank in Starke are to be drawn. up. fim
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Colsoi +
Scariest: Michael Douglas, pre-school; Doug 1 I r 1 tk +
K-l; Phillip Crawford 2.3, and Stephanie Game)', 45.

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Starke Elementary to CelebrateAt Moving Indoors Didn't Hurt

the Bradford Fairgrounds Carnival at LE One Bit EitherThe

1 Starke Elementary will holds its carnival Saturday Lawtey Elementary School carnival also was Id '

!i Oct. 30, from 5:30.8:30, : .. p,m. at the county moved indoors with the miserable weather last Saturday iBSr t. -,- r 1.iJlMM.lSitJ .Y r: illiril. .
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fairgrounds. J. but with the help of parents and LWCI inmates all k a

; the booths and activities were set up away from the
.. Raffle tickets are being sold with 1st prize being $100 elements and the resultwas what LES Principal Bud- ;tJ JT tt. fife ys Lf-=--- '
1 cash and 2nd prize $50. SES is also raffling off ahomemadepatelfW dy Paterson called, soaa of the bet.carnivals I've
l'k cJlAMffiHUTAliaMOaid a ever been involved with:.* The "Greedy G6blffi Aiid IIei Fellow Cast Members...
I 5-foot high-Christmas.steaking-Wed wit' toys and "1 betcM 49'WfJO (flints! pitched'Irf SStW day morn These Southside Elementary School gifted students The BMSgifled class Mill perform shows Unities

games. ing to help us move Paterson said. performed the play "The Greedy Goblin" before day Oct. 26. starting( at 1:111: :! p.m. at (liradfurd h
q. \ Carnival events include the country store, duck Paterson said 1,073 pounds of mullett was dished up r schoomates at SES Tuesday morning. High auditorium. and :jnioreThurs
'" pond, candy apples bingo bottle toss, draw string Saturday as most carnival goers made a meal out of Allison Farnsworth In front with the cape played ling al ni.10.: The Iiflt'dfUUP from Star!... Klciimi-

ig buried treasure, fish pond bottle throw, a haunted the fun. the<"Greedy Goblin", while others in the play were, tars gifted class! will do their rendition of the pla\

I'4 house, cake walk dart throw, bean bag throw, ponyi In the raffles Douglas Ashley won a 12 guage from left, Becky Phillips Brian hall Jane Stanwlx- Thursday', Oct. n, at I p m.. also at the Hlls
ride, grab bag, wheel of fortune and fortune teller. shotgun and Clay Sellers drew an Atari home' video Hay, Jennifer Dodge (on couch), Link Bishop Kevin auditorium. r

[ Popcorn will be sold at the country store and hamburgers game. Boone, and Brian Canova. Bradford gifted student teacher IVri Stu, iv-H.ss

and' drinks will be'on sale at the concession In the booth contests the 7th graders of Mrs. Folsom The story, about a greedy goblin stealing all the has been directing all three groups and she pomiril rOut
I '-stand. vSi ; and Mrs. Judson won the best overall award with the pumpkin pies in Canton City will be repeated by two that Datid Dodge, a father, has hren MThelpful
; r>Costume,judging will' bt.,held.at 5.43 at the ticket haunted house they put together. Judged "best other gifted student groups this week. with building scenery and technical .issist.iiite

hti.. ; decorated" was the fortune wheel made by Tina EJt1
I It Brown's 4th graders. And the "most original" was an

rH : impressive dragon for the dragon cross by the 1st and

r Iii: I" 1 '11 ', 2nd graders'( of Mrs. Shu! ford.
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I D.puyCl.rk totiv*: Line Railroad North
COURT: Microwave Oven Drink'
e g a Notij-'M'lj I' I I I I I II I I I' II I I I I I I I I I I I" WM. A. BESSENT III. BRADFORD COUNTY, 163230 East 133 feet Dispensers' Gift Shop HOW TOINVEST
JOHN, M. McCORMICK ESQUIREP. FLORIDA I thence South 89-33'20"East Floats and Ditplayt' IN
ctqulre O. Box 1056. 503.9 feet to the Cash
Register' .
CASE NO 82.98 O,
L.N-J IE flCUJI COURT CoLnt !,g r Content will be PAUL RICHARD TORO- 501 Eat Church Street Stark. Florida 32091 Northeast corner of the Mitcellaneou Small REAL ESTATE.

OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL hereby ocknowfedgewvlaigJ ought, and you are required DE will not be retponti- Orlando Florida 32801 Tlphon: HORNE'S INTERNATIONAL SW 1 4 of Section 26 Wares: Sign'
CIRCUIT OF THE the for.going to lerve a copy of bl. for any d.btt other Attorn.y for Plaintiff ((904)964-7262) or Township S South. Rang. at public. sale, to the. c litu-
STATE OF FLORIDAIN CJrd."/t d receipt of a your written objection, than my own 10/212tchg 1028IN 37 .B321 INC.. o Florida 22 East highest' and beet bidder /

AND FOR copy of the, Petition if arty, to it on Ev.lyn D /(/ Richard Torode, THE CIRCUIT COURT 10/212tchg 10/28. corporallon.Plaintl" and together with: for cash at 'he front Our sales I .I.v.V'tat'

BTkIIMQ131usE therein r.f."tliii'hiS Japp, Attorney-at-Law 10/144tpd 11/04 I 'FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY Stainless Steel door of the Bradford know wlwrv to ,look 'totinvestment
I 1 reHtioner' Attorney, .......... I NOTICE Freezer.Cooler: Electric County Courthouse. in '
vs o| portunith.HIK !
'i'l' I'\"tt'\ 4 I Yl WirrhIYMIYybl; whose mailing oddreti it IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF FLORIDA SERGIO AGUILO etol., and or Gas Broiler; Stark Florida at 11 00 11I1 IOVMI ..r ill i>\."i Ih.
P. O. Box 12967 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL PROBATE DIVISION Bradford County. Defendants Miscellaneous. Shelving o'clock AM on ,,:,>un"\' Aii.1 u.- h.iw the
CITY OF STARKE I have hereunto let my Golnetvllle Florida Griddle Stainless Steel November 29 I 1982
Board of
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Fil. Number 81.118CPDivision County Commissioners OXJ'OII"I1.c to help \ a municipglr I lJlo.n hand ot Stark. Bradford 32604, on or before will opensealed AMENDED Salad Prep Hood, Fire GILBERT S, BROWN .it torm.ou ..rTcllus
oV>tdliCld(4ojT; U ( 'q.u IIlJdli&JH.2Othffl November 5. 1982. and bids on Monday NOTICE OF SALE Extinguisher, System: Hot CLERK OF THE .,error your ohiwv. |
Ffl&'V{ >)bJS aril ( yJ Lgctob.r,19B2.! file th. original with th* IN RE: ESTATE OF November 15, 1982. ot Food Table, Plastic Dish CIRCUIT COURTBY tIV.s ." II li.lp tine l tli,,'in

THE : ORK1A. Mack MttORNCYl S..futch16IYlGL1APE ,Clerk of this Court eitherbefore CIVIL DIVISION JIMMY MARTIN 8,00 p.m. lor the construction NOTICE IS HEREBY Containers. Dish. Rocks.Vegetable : Beulan Moody for you
gTAT ,
tervice on Petitioner of a 30 x 60 Sheer. Sheers. Deputy Clerk
m4I<<4 "' oiTpoy.fpJljjtCW 5Jr16 f :rEtghthJudicial! '. Attorn.y or immediately Storage Building, The to on Order of Summary Mixers; Stainless, SteelWork S Ontu

ctii prp" llS 1Jt f gw th*,r'f.1M Ie O l'r.oBradford ircuit In County.and for.: thereafter; FIRST STATEMORTGAGE NOTICEOF Building, Plans' and other Final Judgement ,of Tablet : ConOpener Edgar W, McCurry, Jr
Sole Heat
olherwite. your obj.clions information concerning Foreclosure entered in ; ; Alan C. Jensen NEIGHBORHOODPROPERTIES
Ol Stork*.,floWMay k 9 HO :.f- Florldol'10i214tchg will\ not b. heard o.Clgaln.t COMPANY ADMINISTRATION this bid may be obtainedin the above lamps; Ice Machines 2 2626 Independent
Florida captioned action
including; nod-rsid.nts 1111< a corporation Sink Dishwasher
the relief Comp
1 the Clerk of Circuit : ; Square
Plaintiff. Th. administration I will sell the property Inc
owning property.' or sub. NOTICE. demanded in the Peti. v. | ol the e.tote of JIMMY Court Office In the Bradford situated in Brad Conditioning'! Equipment Jacksonville. Florida Realtors '
to toxotlon therein, OF INTENTION. lion. WILLIAM N. ADDISON, MARTIN, detected File County Courthouse, lord County Florida ; Walk.In 32202 (*04))'44,S13IANDOrtlATIO
'TO REGISTER'FICTIJ10US EVELYN D. SAPP The Board of County Cooler Freezer: Con".c.ton 904 354 2140AIICrn.ys
IND."nlfTU 0.0
Defendant a single man JO ANN Number B1.118.CP. Upending as:
ATTORNEY AT LAW Commissioners Oven. Waitress Sto
NAME! reserve .
ADDISON. In the Circuit Part of the NE l'4 of .
You or. required faappear Pursuant to Section 33 N. Main St. a' Ingle woman' :, Court for Bradford Court ;lri* right to reject any NE 1/4 of SW I 1'4', Section loon Tables: Chairs: Plaintiff" 't n"e.t y.n.
at 3:15: P.M. on B6S.09. Florida Statutes, P. O. Box T2967Goinetvllle FLORIDA BANK tty, Florida Probate Divi and all bids 26. Township 9 Booths: Salad and 10 28 2tchg 11 04 ;' .I:II .. GD .

the 12th doy of nolle.It hereby given Fl 32604. AT STARKE and W.S. Non, the oddrett of Gilbert S. Brown South, Range 22 East, Display Cases;
((904)373) 7046 1 Clerk to the Board
November. 1982. in the that the "undersigned\ BADCOCK which I I. P. O. Draw.r B, Bradford County
Courthouse In Bradford John f. Curl**; Jr... Sandra -, : 10/0141chg 10/28 CORPORATION.. Defendant Stark. Florida 32091.: ,. 1 MchglO'28 Florida being, more particularly .

County Florida pur M. 'O'Brant.JohMol'i': Id TERRY VOGT. will *. Th. nam.s and ad- NOTICE described a*
want to the petition' m Jam* It. O'Brant*, not be retpontible for drettet of th. personal A,C. Wllliom has'made follows: Commencing at ; FLORILAND REALTY

regard to the validation Johnson tole .or... joint_ :any more, debt otherIhaomyowm. NOTICE OF SALE repretentatlve and the ;'. application to the Starke 0 point in the Easterly" ,
tof Utility Revenue Boncht?"\' 'I'L'nder cfctin' 'II.rw".J."f.Ift 1 personal Zoning and !Planning right of way line ol State 964.7700
of Bradford County. In* 10/14 41pd 1 "'/04 Notice I f. h.r.by'' .representative's 'at-'. lor reclassification' Road 200 designated a* i

Florida In the turn of ;:;Amerlca Walnut. the oi below. known the
Flnal.Judg.m.nt and
Four Million Dollars also a* ,
..ln tends. ta.rpgi..r..od! not be retpontible for Foreclosure and Sale 'Interested 1 below from RIC to Vernie P. Odom: Broker GRIJ.
(s ..OOO.OOO.OOwhlett) ,, All persons point of curve. said Curve
1 fictitious name under the any more debt or bill R2A. 1,4 acres located D Odom Jr A.socat.96ot $476 Eve
said petition hat been entered In the co",*. or. required to file being concave; ."to the
aforesaid statute. mod by M.rlo Lynn Par. with on S. Wettmoreland .W... with
filed In the above tryled pending In the Circuitr this court WITHIN North and a
Dated thl. 4th of ramor.. Street. South of OLDER 2-STORV home In need of repairs, owner will
cause, at such time and day Court :of j 'th. EighthJudiclof' THREE MONTHS OF THE." radius of 11.$14.16 feet '
plec to show :ou..,- If October; 1982..fJ\ (; 'j,;; .1010141chO 10/281 Circuit. In.and FIRST PUBLICATION OF Lafayette Stud In. Section and a total central angle .hold mortgag.

any, you' have. why; the.,, : "I711tetlg; \\Of28.; : ': 'NOTICE for Bradford County' THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all 29. Township 6 of 1 .35'0I' thence, Approximately 16 Acres In City. Financing available'
bonds as set forth In the Florida Civil Action No. claim against the estate South. Rang. 22 East along a chord &>oorlnolond r-yf- BUILDING LOT en Pratt St. lOffillS'

petition and pray.' Gi F IN THE THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT.,f( 5 t...OF.TO INTENTION REGISTER 82232CA, the under and ((2) any objection by parcel;4183,. to. build'a' distance. of North LOT IN HIGH RIDGE ESTATES In Keystone, 100x140.
should not be- validated I CIRCUIT IN AND JUDICIAL FORMADFORDCOUNTyt; 'FICTITIOUS NAMB lisp",signed,Clerk will tell the, an Interested person to quodriplax.Thl 294833 East 526.36 fee'r' KEYSTONE AREA J BR log home 2% acres en lake.
and confirmed a* prayed PttVtudnt to Section property situated) In sold whom notice was mailed chang In to the point, of beginning Owner. will finance with 29% dawn.
for th.r.ln. and a* County; described oh : that challenge the classification Is subjectto thence along a FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: On. ef Sterket landmark
,, .09 Statute-
auth rl..d under' the FLORIDA. .. r'A '"' i 864 Fjlorlda Lot 7.' Block 9 of: validity of the will,.th*; a public hearing to beheld chord bearing North hemes. 436 No. Walnut St,
laws of ,the" State II;ot.-i J 9\11 ENO.Ip'2'4 fH. that Lthe'< : hereby undertlgned given LINCOLN CITY* a* per qualification 'ol the per- on Thursday Nov. 26'3433' East 640 feel; CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom bath, welt built older
Florida. plot thereof recorded InDeed tonal representative. 12.1982, at 7 in thence South 639'27" hem. Ha nice yard.
IN THE MATTER ; nlj'1THE ''John ES: Curie.. Jr. Sandra :30pm. ,
Witnet my hand at ADOPTION OF M. O'Briant.Jo"'I"/'J" Book I, Page 177' of 4'venue, or urldlctlon|' ,ol. the Council Room In the East 84 36 feet to the .131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken houses:3,000 h. reed
Stark. Bradford County. I th Public Record ot the court. "
:, W 4tcrMdghtrbf"waylinepf ; ) :
PATRICK RAY AARON Jams R, 0-Briont- Stark City Hall t'en frontage US-MI.
Florida this 20th day of S RONALD O. AARON Johnson tale ot''ffoltttr* Bradford. ) County' ALL CLAIMS AND Thompson Str..t.Sla. she Seaboard' Air .'/ ACRE I* 1'. ACRE lOTr Priced to sell. S2SOO to
Octeb<<. 1982. OBJECTIONS NOT SO
Flaridca. 'lift Railroad- thence
owpr_ doing bus "l."t ., public ; ..... Florida. ,At this S31S0. Terms ISOO.00 down, payments for S ,r*. et
H. Pierce- FilED
George NOTICJ'ofMSVOJ ACTJTO af. Ot *ol.;to th* WILL ,BE FOREVER. South 163230' West rs. 12.i
the firm narh
under time
all Interested
Acting Judge Circuit ', ''>ighet and beat bidder,BARRED. person 650,62 feet along said 5r .
Court f'rc.aihatll:OOAJM. on.h. ,., Publication;.of/ this shall be heard Westerly| .right.,ot ,way.. .5 .2S ACRES With US-MI frentege.,
Judicial : MACON STARKWil --
Circuit oft IGHT OF .> for'or'bgainshthe ; S ACRES with 476 ft. en '
Eighth I MILtSt 1 x1I1.! day ol, Notice hoe begun on Oc'teber -, pro. line thenc .North, US3011rJ
\ _. ;Florida In end far, '(I! : I.Waksut. l"t.ncf"1 fictitious*November 19$2.'otith.'; /I2. poal{ a* specified;In the 639'27".Wt: 201. 4 feet I"oC.LG:I .-_ -IS ACRES Mel for building on. lots. of shade tree.
Bradford CountyACCEPTANCE regitteratd Front Door of the Bradford rnanalt.pr..entaIIv.L I I"t Zoning Cod. of'the City Good term.
to the point ,ot be>r ninf.j. '1d.
that YOU Petition ARE lor NOTIFIED aforetald nom. und.r the'- Cqunty: Counhaw. ) of Slorke. Florlda-a"-:> .). a, .Containing"2.099., .q r, LOT IS- Block 30. HIShr""'.,. Eteter, Zoned fur mobile.
a Adoption itatuta. r -
OF h.m...
Stark Florida. Walter Wettcolt.; Chair
BILLY For o point .
hoi bn filed. Cas.No Dated this 4th day ol 9
STATE SERVICE ATTORNEY BY .2- 11.1n.... matter October. 1982. fIO74tchgJ .t-- DATED this 14th day. 1 CO 6O6 W.Madison St. man. Starke Zoning A reference beginning ol Rentals.i.J r+
ofthe adoption of 10-28 of October 1982 .,. O. Box 1066'Stark Planning' Board the Nf corner of the Bedr.em'e.wfy re-nab. h.m..n one cc,..921$ per
PATRICK RAY AARON -.-. t -,<:*' >.. .GUBERT.MOWl4Clerk : ., Florida 32091 I tchg021\ above described tract ....., first, and last month rent
I I. the State
Attorney of the Circuit Court thence along said -Available, Nov ISi .
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit and RONALD O. Cottage 1190 per met First and +
Bradford County, Florida: Attorney right of test metith
In and) for Bradford AARON In which excuse Westerly way rent plus deeeslt.
By: Beulan Moody Personel Air '
Represen- line of the Seaboard '-

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'14-Q; Deficit too Much to Overcome Hosts
l .: Stunned 'Buchholz,

\p : BHS Scraps Back in 16-12, '1. r Loss- to Colts Tornadoes. ,Friday Night, :

Shorthanded due to the dismissal of ton constantly exhorted the Tor-

6 starters who broke athletic department nadoes."Thatta way to go now we've The 12-7 shocker of Gainesville Friday's Quick Facts
training rules. Bradford High's got it working out there." he shoutedas ... Eastside over second-ranked o \ ,
Tornadoes fell behind 14-0 before you the stop troops came off the field i ir Buchholz last week (see related Tornado at Buchholz 1]
could say "there's only 22 Tornadoesout before halftime.In '1N.':' story) sheds a new light on this Fridays Game site: Citizen's Field (Waldo
there," but gamely fought back In the third period the Colts drove to ",:' Tornado Buchholz game at Rd). Kickoff 8 p.m.
a 16-12 loss at North Marion last Fri the BUS 44 but junior cornerback Citizen's Field in Gainesville.The Season records; BHS 2-4, Buchholz
day night. Brad Russell, making his first varsity loss puts the Bobcats, now VIand 5-1.
North- Marlon's Sebastion Moore, start, leaped high for an interceptionand ,r 1-1 In the district in a must-win Series history:BHS 6 wins. Buchholz
called "Seeebo" by the Colt P.A. announcer returned' the ball 34 yards to the situation if they are to repeat as 4, 1 tie.Last .
was the difference in the NM42.A ,.;. district 5-AAA titlists and win a meeting: Buchholz won 34-0 in
just as Bradford coaches roughing the kicker penalty '
game u 81.
predicted he might be if healthy. helped BHS get to the 37 but BHS bog- 'I ''.. "I believe spot I'd have rather\ have
The 159 pound speedster, back after ged down and had to punt. them win a good, close game last Buchholz. which 4 times has tallied
missing games with an achilles ten- The Tornadoes got a second chance ."."..... Y"y week," BHS coach David Hurse said over 40 points this year. ','1 know
don injury took off for 54 and 52 yard moments later when noseguard Ken- -' "" r with a smile as the Tornadoes started Eastside's got some good athletes and
TD runs on his first two carries of the ny Wright grabbed a Colt fumble at i preparations for the explosive Bob- alot more speed than we do but >ou're
game and made Bradford play catchup the 42. cats Monday. "Now they're going to not gonna find many people holding .:
; the rest the night as the Colts Quarterback Robert Carver hit <;: go back and take it out on whoever's Buchholz to .less than three
won their Homecoming game. Emmett Watkins on a -yard pass I + next and of course that's us." touchdowns."
4 As BHS coach David Hurse noted router ran for 4, and then handed to fine offensive team Directing the Bobcats is coach Ed-
afterwards "it looked like it could bea Watkins, who bulled for 11 yards to ,. ,., and"They've speed to got burn a Hurse said of die Feeley s son Kent at quarterback
blowout right there. Our kids were the Colt 18 Two plays later Carver hit :'
Just down on themselves early thinking Watkins on a flood pass pattern and '>! ';t > >';:f''
to beat bad when end Davis cleared out : : ', ')( ;''''; District Race
, we were going get Randy ', i; : ,!, ':: Yi; Eastside Upsets Buchholz to Spice
: :
i without the kids who got dismissed. the last defensive back with a good ,. .
But BHS found it could play with the shoulder block Watkins pranced into [ '. Gainesville Eastside with just a 2-3 record coming into the game pulled offa
Colts, who were just 1.5 coming in, the endzone to pull BHS to within 14-12 i '.;. ''J" '. major surprise in beating 2nd-ranked and previously unbeaten Gainesville
and as players forced into new posi- with 11:07 to Buchholz 12-7 last Friday at Florida Field
: go. '
,..;: .. & .
,., ka.- for in disarraywith
tions grew accustomed to their roles A tense two-point conversion try "'- -" '' That stunner threw the district 5-AAA race a playoff spot
the Tornadoes actually got better and followed as Bradford tried to pull Brad Russell John Bennett Eastside suddenly in the driver's seat with a 2-0 district mark followedby
better. even. Carver rolled right and floated Gainesville High and Santa Fe at 2-1, and Buchholz c Friday night's' opponent
From the opening moments on BHS a pass into the corner but a diving Tornadoes of the WeekThe for BHS) at 11. The Tornadoes are 0-2 in the district. '
actually beat the Colts, outscoring Eric Lane couldn't hold on and the The winner will play the district 6-AAA champ,probably Ocala Forest in
them 12-2, and had the better of the Colts held their point lead. Tornado of the Week award Is shared this week- by two-way starter the first round of the playoffs.
play, though they couldn't quite make With the defense doing its job Brad- John Bennett and junior cornerback Brad Russell. Eastide is indeed in the driver's seat now but the Rams face a pretly rocky
up the early deficit ford had two more chances to snatch Bennett played center on offense and end on defense and scored the road. All of Eastside's remaining 4 games are on the road as a matter of fact:
"I was very pleased with the way the win away. With 7:02: left BHS got touchdown that brought Bradford back into the game on a 53 yard interception at Live Oak Oct. 29, at top ranked Palatka Nov 5 in a non-district game herein
we played." Hurse said Monday. "We the ball back at its 33 but an option return that cut North Marion's 1st quarter lead to 14-6. Starke against the Tornadoes Nov 12, and at Gainesville High t not really a ,
got an extra effort out of every boy on handoff was fumbled away on second Russell was named defensive back of the week by coach Mike Hartley in his road game) Nov. 19 3; -
the field and that's why we had a shot down. first varsity start. He made a leaping interception that led to Bradford's second Santa Fe still has GUS and Buchholz left in the district CHS has Santa Fe K;:
at winning. They really played above Then, with S:14 to go the Colts were score and according to Hartley, "played outstanding, aggressivegame. ; and Eastside to play, and favored Buchholz faces the Tornadoes Friday and .jj
and beyond their ability. I think if stalled again but NM punter Ken ." then Live Oak and Santa Fe the final 2 weeks. ,,jPRODUCTS .;>.
they had not been down on themselvesin Peackock dropped a 28 yard punt :;I
the first few minutes we'd have down at the BHS 3. I I "...
won the ballgame" The Tornadoes went nowhere. I ,:.:-
Moore's 54-yard TD sprint on a Watkins was stopped for a yard loss, 't.k. .
quick pitch play was a footrace he Carver got back to the line of scrim
won easily with less than 3 minutes mage on second down, and a delay
gone in the game. Carlton Wilkerson penalty moved the ball back to Inside : .'_ 1
Booted the extra point for North the 2.BHS. '
Marion, tried a spread punt run like the Forareal ,, -
.., &
Less than four minutes later Moore one that worked so well against St. 0 :
was at it again, taking a quick draw Augustine, but the handoff in the end- At 'ro'fJr !\,
handoff and weaving through and zone was hobbled and Francis had to /
around BHS tacklers enroute to a scramble to fall on the ball for a safety -
52-yard scoring dash. '
'Seeebo's got over 100 yards now in So, with 3::35 to go North Marion led moneyaving
3 carries!" boasted the P.A. man as 16-12 and the Tornadoes chances to :
the Colt Homecoming crowd grew win with a field goal were dashed. :
frenzied for what appeared to be a And, BHS had to offer up a free kick. ,- "
rout in the making.But The obvious onsldes kick try by
from that point on Moore got BHS was recovered by the Colts, who .1.
just 20 more yards (to finish with 130 i-went on to-burn up a couple minutes MWQ : eer1enceE: _
on 14 carries) and the Colts as a team, .j ,bfy>rS Peacock punted into the end- '11'....... : I .vv.'''l
*'* f" ,or
were held to just 94 yards total.: zone. .
1. With 1:13 left in the first period From its 20 with 1:32: left BHS tried,
defensive end John Bennett put the but couldn't move much. Oliver
Tornadoes right back into the Tyson swept 10 yards and Watkinsran meet the behi'dsymboL
ballgame. Sloughing back as a third for 5, but on a 4th and 5 from the pros
linebacker Bennett got into the pass- 25 with 44 seconds left a middle screen
ing lane on a short pass and grabbed a intended to Watkins was picked off by i
Wilkerson throw. With nothing but the Colts Joe Calderone, snuffing out
green ahead of him the senior end the Tornadoes' last hope. '
steamrolled 53 yards. But John David t> Mw4 5004. 11NuthMwtan this
Francis' kick sailed wide right to .. 1 It
keep the count at 14-6. HMo.Mow.M N*(Wl..nwi kkk) .,
H'" MMI arvn(WIHmwi kick)
"That interception got the kids a lit- .. ......M ,lnf.fc.p.l.fl mn (kkk fall4))
tle excited, it them little .. .. ... '
gave a con. wwttlM I"*"< "(M> tallW' ) ', "
fidence in themselves," Hurse noted. HMo ...... ,.....,. __IwmM'In ,,,_ >"
'- "It was a turning point in the game." .
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au.h'' b4 Sttwithm Moor, North Marion.
The teams traded the rest of
punts __ ," '. M r i H"nf
16 came' IJO: yirdi :a TD'o. Emmett Watkins, 1"'" <
the half as defensive coach Mike Sex- Bradford \\9-ZJ. Sti: 10 Duo r.. ..S 919W-,<',' < l'b'1p'h ," ttE !!
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surfaces in midNovember.Mens slbbim 1161'1 ('jlfj IUd
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singles and doubles, womens singles and doubles will be contested.Cost ",...... fcloorijrf r1 ; bnii efcnun! \ mu.WAI. .
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., v 8 mr vml ) Music Men Topple O.&R 21-.o, I

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Two-time league champ Music Men line stands thre*:\tilnea Ironniinsfdethet ,:' Mefensft i Jacks"( twice batting down

turned back the challenge of O'Steen ._ io;>, including:' pAR's first tYo'o","balls in iHetntJzonB,
&: Roberta 21-0 in a battle of unbeaten possessions the bail and that was ,*r':'' > MM threatened ',again as Chandler
Starke men's nag football teams ,.the difference In'the baltgameiThe .:," hooked jip'' with'AVery Shell on a 43
under the lights at Westside Field last winners;opened (he scoring.on.:!j. yard paSs lathe( 29' !but O&R's Danny
from Chandler'to Nugent sacked Chandler for a 7 yard
Wednesday night Alsq 1?un y..theu a 15 yard TD pass
other Starke team'Norman's 'Leroy"Davt 'atid'convette<
Farm won its first game of the year run for an 8-0 lead. down pass.O'Steen.
back down to the 8 & Roberts could go
by a 33-13 count over the Macclenny O&R: drove right
hi wnF Super Stars as Roger Bennett scored but 2 passes were dropped near the \n0wher! though as 3 passes fell in-
t w.y two TD's to lead the way.A goal line and Music Men took over on complete and Oliver Marks sacked
large crowd at Westside watched downs.A Bill Goodge on 4th down with 6
Music Men use some timely Chris minutes to go. '., *" :
Chandler passing and a doubledoseof 'roughing penalty helped Music That setup the winner's final scoreas
speedy defense to take over sole' Men go on a 72 yard march to score Chandler'split two' defenders with a
possession of 1st place in the Starke- with 27 seconds to go in the first half. short pass to Early Chandler with
ti, Macclenny league with a 5-0 mark to Chandler spotted James Reed open 2:30: left in the game to clinch the out
O'Steen& Roberts 4-1. The two league over the middle for a 21 yard TD pass. 'come at 21-0.
powers aren't scheduled to meet Chandler threw to Glen DeSue for the Also last' Wednesday Macclenny'sStreaks
ii1 again until the last night of the extra point and it was 15-0 at intermis moved into 3rd place with a
season Wednesday Dec. 1, at sion. win over Macclenny Motor Parks.
t Westside. Starting the second half O&R again
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Last year Music Men won the drove deep into Music\ ; Men territory .IAo'OOTIMl ITANOINOt
Muili I (
slot Roadrunners are Busy This Time of year..... league title with an 11-1 record its on- with a pass interference penalty moving O'In".t MM
ly loss being at the hands of 301 Quick the ball to the 25 and a slant pass Medeey S..4. 10'
i BHS cross coach Christie Harrell Chris Anders, Jody Brown
country lets his Widener
George Loper ,
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Stop which had many of the players from Jackson Prevail to Bill Ratliff M ccl nny Atofof Part* 21
Roadrunners from Bradford Middle School and the Richie Barnes.
I and Normvit Farm 140t
currently starting for O&R. carrying the ball to the 6. But again
: elementary schools with the left to right: Tom Sicnkiwicz, verachi Suyw IIm
run along high Top row
count Music Men's defense held on goal Music Men held from there with its
I nl ers In home meets So. club members will get Pernell Marvin Shaw. Jose Melicio Henry Cooper
_their final cross country chance Friday when BHS runs (captain), Troy Portis Gene Powell Jonathon Bresee
against P.K. Yonge at 4 p.m. at the BMS course. Tom Moon Curtis Knights and Jesse Simmons.
i&;,i. Roadrunners pictured are, front row left to right: Those absent at the time of the photo includedLisa """" -
II woilsadore Hernandez Chad Tennant Jason Brown Angel Tierney Jennifer Brown, Cindy Marchant Robin Manning I
b,,, and Charmine Wilkerson.

I ; Tornado Runners Sweep Past Baker .I LOOK Tudy Rhoden j

LThe Inc; Bradford High boys carded the UF meet (many of the top Florida Girls individual winner was Alena & Joe Wilson

their first outright victory of the schools were absent), winning both Palmquist of Walton, with a 14:405: 1
season and the BHS girls recorded a the girls and boys divisions.In time and 12.5 second win. Announce 0 -
.perfect score of 15 as the Tornadoes the girls race Walton had 46 The/ boys race saw Walton beat out
"swept both ends of a cross country points with Coconut Creek 2nd with Florida's top-ranked 4A school- J & T BUILDERSConstruction ll
9 meet over Baker County at Glen St. 101, Dunedin 3rd at 130, and Ft Largo->' and Gainesville; Buchholzfor v 'J
Mary Tuesday. Lauderdale Aquinas (top 3A finisher) the title.
'< Led by senior Curtis Jones who 4th with 146 points. Gainesville Ft Lauderdale Dillard's Greg Company .,
b won by a half-minute margin In 17:19, Buchholz was 5th. Green won individual honors p'J
"the BHS boys topped their Baker -- ----. -- -- -.- _. -
counterparts 25-30 in the dual meet DUAl Milt.MACCUNNVT Individual I wlnn.r and IHI,,",.h..., U) AlPna Palm-I
hosted by the Wildcats. ( ..ld.v,O.I 14) quiet (Wallnn) H'4O5. 83)) DeWttl I BHS) 1723.
I.*. team ......... 1) BRADFORD 25 2) Baker 72)) Howell IBHS) .17 53,79) FlIMVll tBIlS) 18 04.
Richard Warren was 3rd, Paul County 30. 851 Bogle IBHi 18 II,eat Kimulls. IBHS) .18.12.9S too small too
'(McKinney 4th, Wade Widener 8th, hdlsldu.l, l INS 1I hh.I Jonea (BHS 17:19: 3)) > Mann BHS) 1841 ,- Nothing OP large= -
and Calvin Thomas 9th as the Tor- Warren(BHS) la IB.41) McKinney t BIISI 18.37.81)
nadoes out victorious Widener (BHS) 20:01, Thomas. (BHS) 21:21Olrl. Oil AND INVITATIONAL
(Saturday.Oct 14))
t; having just 5 runners competing with Mm .....1... 1) BRADFORD 15, 2) Baker Clrli IA taut ,...1111 D St Pete Catholic 55..7) Free Estimates on All Jobs
others, out sick. Co no team scor*. Bishop Kenny:ni.. II) Gainesville Burhholr 259...
'* The BHS girls also were hit by Inal.Nu.l INS I.h.ro.11 DeWitt (BHS) 13 liB.21) 18)) BRADFORD 477
Boawell BHS) 14:08. 3) Kimutis I CBHSI) 14.15. 4) Individual. whiiMr and IMS llnlin.m 11 Karol
"absences but the who did Call Us to See How Much We Can Save You
5 girls run
Fuuell(BHS) 14 57, S) Bogle I BUS 14 M Dorset ISP Catholic) It 28. sal) DeWltl I BHbl) Today
swept the 1-5 places for a best- 13 49. 9N> Botmrll (BUS .14 32, lot Kimutis,
possible score of 15. INVITATIONAL IBHS 14 34, 105) Fuiwell IBHSI 14 49. 110) Bogle
(Saturday Oct:23) (BHS) 14:>11. 119)) Mann I IBHS 13 13 ,
Linda Dewitt won the 2 mile race in
High School bays team results: 1) Walton High I
an unpressed time of 13.58: followedin Marietta Ca, 2) largo 1) Gainesville.. Buchhoii Soyi 3A hnm r...It.. I> Gainesville Buchhnli I
order by teamates Pam Boswell 4) Bay II) Orlando Edgewater. 134 .. 111 Vanguard 311 13))Bishop Kenny 4(18( 14)) Tudy I Joe
Michelle Kimutis Carol Fussell, and i 4i..Mi.,.< riiuwr .o< INS IlnI...... i) Gregg Green MiddlehurgtU, ., Ill) Palalka 491 21) Gainesville Home
... Ml 241. BRADFORD! ). 964-83701 Repairs 1964-46201
(Ft Lauderdale Dlllard) 14 46 173)) Widener High ,
Cheryl Bogle all, bunched in the (BHS) 19.31 (other BHS rumen missed Mart). Individual" wlnnr and SHI IPnlih.., 1)) John Harris
14-minute range. If"I. M>en> \\5.\3.\ 52)) Jones IBHSI 1703. 118)
"The first Macclenny girl ran 15:28: High (cl..) alrii tMnl ......... 11 Walton High Warren I IBHS 18 18, 118)) Tennant I iBHS) 18 19.
so you can see once we passed the Marietta Ga.4>,2)) Coconut Creek 101,3)) Dunedin 118) Widener I BUS) 19'33, 1641 Gonzales IBHSI) or Remodeling
130, 4)) Ft. Lauderdale Aquinas. 148 51) Gainesville 1948 \\691) Powell IBHS) 20 0\! 175) ThomasI
mile mark there was no pressure but Buchholt 182. Bradford was around 15th'. I BHS 21.08,
our own," BHS coach George Loper
said of the girls race.
He expects a much tougher test for
both teams Oct. 29 when
Friday ,
class 2A strongboy P.K. Yonge comesto is{ *

BMS town course.for a 4 p.m..dual meet over the j.v M ...' w d ,

The Blue Wave boys are fresh off a ,
class 2A victory in the prestigious
Deland Invitational and the PKY girls _.....,. ....' 1 1(IIIli11 :: .. .,,.. JUfcM
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are also strong, though on paper they. '., 1111 r ltN( xplq+ dt'i S r r ib > lit*
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rate as a slight underdog to the BILEgirls. /' (
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Loper predicted. 4 Our boys really r ye -
have their work cut out for them. The 1&7AI
girls are favored based on their times I 1 "
but they're not going to have it easy." > 4S 1L41
BITS also ran in two big Invita-
tionals recently the Deland run two
Saturdays ago and the U Florida In-
vitational in Gainesville last Satur-

Deland the girls were 18th out of'
30 class 3A schools and DeWitt was .x
the 63rd finisher with a 13:49 clocking _R: .
Boswell also achieved top 100 statusin r'

the field of some 200 girls running Contribution $1.500 36 Annual Contnbution SI,500
with a 14:32: time good for 98th. Age: 43 Annual Contribution: 32,000 Age' 35 Annual : Age
Bradford's boys were 24th out of 32 Retirement Value: $230510 Retirement Value: 472820. Retirement Value $417862

teams and Jones ran 17.03: for the 3
miles to place 52nd. ,
Last week at the UF golf course the
girls had to go a bit longer than normal J
over the 2.4 mile distaff layout .. r
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but they ran well Loper said and 5 ,
finished in the middle of the pack of -n "If.I
some 32 Florida and Georgia schools :
ranging in classification from 1A to

4A.Meanwhile the BHS boys sufferedsome '

awful luck as all the runners but M' i
Wade Widener missed the start of the r L a 1
boys race which got underway while .. L7'
the girls were still out on the course.
Then Widener was miss-directed and
ran farther than he had to enroute to ,
finishing 173rd in 19:31. ,,
Walton High School of Marietta a '
Georgia, came down and dominated ,.

Youth Basketball .. : '

Signups to Start ;/ .,.,- ,""
Age: 55 Annual ContributionS2.000: Ages. Annual Contnbution: $3000 Age: 25 Annual Contnbution: $2000 :t
for basketball in
Starke Registration begins Monday youth Nov. I, with Retirement Value: $41,130. combined Retirement Value: S2512081. Retirement Value. $2J3.3.6Q9: ';

the deadline for signup being Dec. 1.

1982.Boys, or girls ages 8-10 and 11-13 can Nat every IRA cuts your taxes k

sign up (age determining date Nov. .
15, 198:1): with no charge for playing. If

enough girls register separate boys while "interest Ours daes. ; "
and girls leagues will be formed. compounding daily.: 7J ,

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Raiders Win in 3 ,. r S }1 1 I Cowboys Battle Weather

BHS Girls SF Raiders I "

"< ( 1 Bel Med for Three Wins

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The Jr. Midget, Jr. Pee Wee, and ballgame from there. Timmy Seele
.. :.\ Mitey Mite Cowboys of Bradford Pop intercepted another pass and made
their final home performance of coming from behind 8-12 to earn the Warner sloshed out victories overBelMed 48 yard return, only to have the ba
the season Tuesday night, Oct. 26, the equalizer with a 15-12 game two win. while the the Pee Wees came fumbled away on the next play. Als
Lady Tornado volleyball team fought Hall served up 5 strr.ight to give BUS 't out on the losing end in games playedon coming up with an interception, b.
tooth and nail against state power a 14.12 lead and after the teams trad- a cold, rainy Saturday in Orange Rodney Mosley.
Santa Fe before dropping a 3-set ed services, Cindy Strickland Park last week. That theft set up a TD by Greg WI&
slugfest. delivered the game-winner. All 4 Cowboy teams are hoping for gins, but the score was called back.o
Back and forth the teams fought, In the final game BHS jumped out more favorable weather this week as a holding penalty.
with BHS taking control at times to a 5-0 lead as Hall stuck one spike l"v Bradford hosts the rival Orange Park Leading Cowboy tacklers against.
before the Raiders fought back to win and then cracked 4 unreturnedserves. v teams at BHS stadium. Action startsat bigger Belled! team were Seele
their 14th match of the season against But Santa Fe regrouped t, 10 a.m. with the once-beaten Mitey McRae. Brown, Mosley, Del Ray COy'
just 2 losses (both to Buchholz). Brad- behind the all-around play of Brenda ) Mites of Bradford trying to avenge a in Even and Daren Patterson.
ford dropped to 10-5 with the 14-16, Acosta (no. ID) to take a 6-5 lead. Pat 1 fi 12-6 defeat to the unbeaten Parkers. in the rain and cold the spin
15-12,6-13 defeat but coach Inez Diggs Slocum stopped that run with a tieing The Jr. Pee Wees play at noon, the of the Cowboys and their fans'nevel
was happy. serve, but the visitors scored the final 1'u' Pee Wees at 2 p.m., and the Jr. faltered and the boys wanted to say
"We may surprise someone over 9 points of the night. isi' 1 Midgets at 4 p.m. thanks to the fans who stayed in 1h'.
there at districts," she said after For the match Hall led BHS with 11 I rain and cheered them to victory. Th
Tuesday's match. "My girls played serves, all of them unreturned, and Mite) Mites 32 Bel Med 6 dedicated gave special thanks am l
real good,we hung right in there with drilled 4 spikes and 2 dinks. McCloudhad Playing under very adverse condi- the game: to coaches Ron
them. Tonight was more of a team ef 10 service points. tions the Cowboys responded with nie Thomas. Farelon McClellan;an
fort." she said of her girls. Clay High Swept... # r' 1 another winning performance and the David Sparks. Thanks coaches!! !
The Lady Tornadoes visit Green Cove the } Mitey Mite coaches again had nothing
in Lady
Gainesville Eastside Monday 'night, Tornadoes Monday played a "super" match b,4 ,but praise for the boys. Jr. Pee Wees 2"- Bel) Med 0:

Nov 1, to close out the. regular season according to coach Diggs, and swept r The offense, led by quarterback An- The Jr. Pee Wees also overcam*
with a doubleheader.The Clay's Blue Devils 15-10, 1614. dre O'Neal, ran for over 300 yards alot of turnovers caused by the;
district tournament opens Lorraine Bass smacked a half with center Robbie Padgett and all weather to ring up victory..
Wednesday night, Nov. 3, at the dozen spikes and 4 ace serves in the __ the running backs handling the slip The offensive line held tight; for
Gainesville Buchholz gym and con- match while serving 6 points and pery ball well as the Cowboys fumbled Chris Noegel to go through for'th<('
tinues through the district title match Christy Strickland contributed a only twice.Outstanding. first Cowboy TD. Then the longest run
Friday night. spike, a block, and 2 aces among 7 running back Shawn of the day came as Bradford's Lance
BHS also beat Green Cove in 2 service points. Pat Slocum and Cindy Nichols ran for 185 yards' and TO Wiggins raced 45 yards for a score
games but lost to Macclenny in 3 last Strickland led in serve points with 8 touchdowns to lead the local ballclub Another determined player who wen
week. apiece for the night. and fullback Wyatt Collins added 65 in for a score wasy Larry Griffis,,who
In the Tuesday match against a The match at Macclenny last yards and a TD, and Reggie Sheffieldran broke through tacklers to score and
Santa Fe team that had handled them Thursday wasn't nearly as good as for 50 yards and another score. Casey Ford did the same for the w:in.
1-5, 16-14 the last time they met the coach Diggs said, "we couldn't do r Another back, Timmy Taylor. also ner's final score.
Lady Tornadoes jumped out in front anything right in the third game. And blocked and ran well. Coaches said the offensive did well
7-1 and were up 12-3 when Lorraine they were a little overconfident." As always, the defense stopped Bel- blowing open holes for the runners
secutive Bass and Vonda Kay Hall bashed con- Macclenny won the opening game 1+ J- Med cold and gave up very little )'ar- and the defense did its job in stopping
spikes. 15-13 before BHS rallied back to dage. Leading tacklers were Clarence Bel Med cold on this already cold day.
But the Raiders rallied back to tie ;
square the match at a game apiece A '"; Williams and Jimmy Childers along with Gale Hampton chasing Bel Med
the match at 12-12 and then after BUS ..
with a 15-10 win in game 2. But in the ,. It. ;":: ::: with Larry Shannon, Eldrik Scholar, runners all over the field to lead. tie.
took the advantage again on two services 3rd and deciding Baker Don Roberts and a host of other
game Hall Smacks way.
by Christy Strickland Santa Fe a Spike Back...
rolled to a 15-4 win Cowboys,who did a super job.
came from down 14-12 with 4 straight For the night Pat Slocum led BHS Lady Tornado junior net speclalist'onda Kay Hall left, blocks a spike by Defensive coaches Sonny Traylor BelIed: 22. Pee Wees' 0'
points to eke out the 16-14 win. ,
with 12 service points. Valerie Mc- Santa Fe's powerful JoAnne Terry (10) in Tuesday's BUS > Santa Fe and Roger Arnold were very proud of
The Bradford girls didn't give up, Cloud added 7 and Vonda Kay Hall 4. volleyball match. their defense and thanks all they What started out to be a great after
for the Bradford
noon Pee Wees
players for their efforts this year.
quickly turned intoa miserableday in

BHS Freshman Cruise Fast Keystone Indians 326The Jr. Midgets 8 Bel Med 0 the Opening awful weather.the game up QB Harold

In the cold driving night of last Chandler passed 15 yards to :-Billy
Saturday night the Cowboys Jr. Stroud and hit flanker Derek Dean for
Tornado freshman team scored smaller class 2A Indians this year and run. Minutes later Frank Long caught Jackson Midgets had to struggle to gain an 8-0 5 yards before bootlegging around
about every way you canon runs, gave the BHS freshman a 5-1 mark a 10 yard pass from Keith Kehoe and kick. toed his second extra point win over host Bel Med. end for.35 yards down to the Bel Med
passes, kick returns, and kicksand heading into the final of the Shaun Jackson Both teams struggled to
game booted through the 9th Backup signal caller Chris hang on to 15. But the rain started coming hard.
rolled over Keystone Heights 32.6 in a season- a Tuesday, Nov. 2, meeting graders first conversion I kick of the hooked up with Russ Smith Cribbs the ball in the freezing rain but the: the Cowboys were hit with a couple:
9th grade football game played at with 2A Hawthorne here in Starke. year for a 13-0 lead. yard scoring to make it on a 10 Cowboys came out on top penalties and they were backed bfc":
Keystone Tuesday night. Clinton Jenkins opened the scoring Jenkins then went 30 yards for a TD Keystone pass 260. The "Dynamite" defense of Bradford's Despite being outnumbered 35
The win was the second over the in Tuesday's game with a 5 yard'oJ.TD and BUS led 20-0 at halftime after with the aid of finally a pass got interference on the board call Jr. Midgets managed to keep players to 17 and outweighed the

that set the Indians up at the 5. their opponents scoreless and addedBradford's Cowboys gave Bel !Med a good fight
only score of the to until the fourth
Bradford's Long then took the ensu- game quarter when the
ing kickoff and raced some 75 yards boot. Defensive linemen Dale Brown' Bradford team just ran out of gas.
for his! second TD of the night to make Robbie McRae, and Rodney) Mosley Chandler ended up leading the team
NOTICE I the final count 326. put the rush on the Bel Med quarter- with 105 yards rushing and 50 yards,
Long also boomed a 50 back making him toss the ball just passing and also led the defense with
and Cribbs had an interception.yard punt short of its intended receiver. Cowboy 14 tackles. Stacy Jenkins added 12
Notice is hereby given that the 1982 certified Tax Rolls have BHS coaches said all the players John Berry'was ready and waiting tackles Troy Aaron 6. Wllli'
did and took the pass for an interceptionand Chandler and Greg Pittman 5. Stroud
been delivered by the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collector. everybody exceptionally played well, and said TD. Kicker Robbie McRae then and Dean 4.and Eugene Blyeand Kelly I II
booted the extra point despite the rain'to '' I Halten 3 each. '
Tax Rolls I would the .
are open for collection for all Real Estate.Tanglbl&aJd\ play more than hefirstmeamto: give the Cowboys their margin of For the season Chandler leads in I

Railroad taxes for Bradford County SJRD Starke -estimated assistant coach Bil)Sexton, '., victory.The"defense rushing with 675 yards and tackle.
Lawtey, took Control of the with 84. '
Hampton and Brooker as of Nov. 1st in the office of the Tax Collec- i.

tor, Bradford County Courthouse, .Starke, Fl. Telephone : 964-6280 JY Bombs Notes Quotes on BHS

Office Hours : 8:00: to 5:00: Monday thru Friday except legal I

holidays. Not
EnoughSanta "
Football Loss to Colts '

If taxes paid: Fe's Baby Raiders put it on
the JV Tornadoes 47-12 last Thursday
In Starke but the BUS "B" squad sav- Offensively BHS had a net of just 59 last work's dismissals which a:* i
ed some grace with some fancy yards (counting quarterback sacks) stands will mean the players will no
November. . . . . .4% Discount December. ... ..'.... .;:i..3" ) it' % Discount cond Quarterback half passing. Warren dismissed with the impact being( felt of the more players on that being'side of be the allowed>ear.to But play offensive any sports line the coat tes

January . . . . .2% Discount February " . . .1% Discount wideout Robert Bellamy Barry connected and on of Watkins the ball than was on held defense.to 37 .Dick Russell said. "the guys: whcame .

Marc . .. . . No Discount April . . . . . . Penalty yards two TD for passes the BHS for totaling scores nearly in the 100 JV had rushing but it would have been yards more fought over pretty there Wednesday ha**." ,'afternoon _
game. The first was a bomb with not a 29 yard gainer been called Defensive eoaclie :"SMe'. : Harfle)
Esther Hall Bellamy sprinting the back for movement on the line (Iby' and MtteStatUtv\ ,\: : 1 Welf" 'tlnfll'phased"I rt
past Raider
one of the new starters) during (ho
secondary. On the second Warren the play after lttbore;first1 tow tin9
Tax Collector found BHS comeback try. "Brad! Russell did' art tfut&'atidiri\)
open in the flats and
; BHS hit 2 of 9 passes for 24 yards, Job for l hi firsti ':
Bradford County the sophomore sprinter did the work with interception. st'at'tt."I lluinieV dt Its!
from there, weaving into the endzone ed. "lie!\\3$aggressive"aitd'fthtid' l 1\\
for his second TD of the night. the ball! vMten'' it1- \va8 ttifoWri! t
Jim Nguyen and Timmy Actually, the Tornadoes were miss overall'as#J group w**did,a1 gittd- jot
also latched on to pass receptions Nugent ing 10 starters since another player back thereA*couple"off( rimes tVe'hli
quit and two-way starter Stephen justi a* the-\ ball! al+til'ed1! atit
n-- -- Spell was out sick. pagjes.up' !'"'
Y } It meant that defensive end Bennett The- Coltte* completed! just'! :%ofithrows' '.
Sandra & Buddy Norman have RemodeledNorman's K. also had to come over to map at ). "
t't center for the first time since 9th Sextbnl ad MI."wvdtdtft'\ rflm'tH'il
grade, Nate Coley had to learn offen- game ttutonJtI1'P'thls1 J// b1attrKffllrecall'
Produce sive guard in 2 practice days and fumble( recoveries?, aat'kb
k Allan Stokes and Melvin Randalls did etc.r) I'gav'e'tlitNdhfffsiV'IltiMaWat

U.S. 301 N. 964-6071 { f the same. to share an offensive tackle to the'entire'ftont'sev'en' : The ".4t1!
spot.In made a>Wgc onirttnj ionr)
To provide you with the his first game back from Injury Dale' BuiHantim caued> it fumble
Dilly Rehberg played the and made' 2socle's?, ttefiriy/ WrighrecoveredlaJfUfHbfefarvd'wasifi
Freshest Produce Available Anywhere entire way at defensive end and on :
Russell went all the way at corner- sacks. B>rmtiha *tttt'iMef'cepti6r/ |
back in his first start. Also, defensiveend for the TD.1: Rehberg'r/ad'aasack1./ arW
Florida Fresh Fruit I tight end Randy Davis went Wayne Cribbs was unofficially th<
both all
ways night. tackle leader according to Tel egrapl'
The offensive line was hurt most by slat's. ,
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Names Matched to Faces for 1938 Football TeamTwo

Pink weeks ago we asked for names to go with the picture of the 1938 firad-
ford High Tornadoes football team and two Bradford Countians.... Ernes
Phillips of 832 W Cypress St., Starke a member of that ballclub; and Bob
Grapefruit5/69 '. McRae of 1206 Pratt St., Starke. both hit the Identification on the nail. '
For their correct answers Phillips and
McRae will both receive
a year's. ..
> \ subscription the the Bradford County Telegraph' : .
,::f 0 And here's the names for the
photo which
Gustafson supplied .by John Arthur
Naval Torode (with numbers in parenthesis,H .
Eggs Front row, left to right. Cotter Wotten, L.E. Mosely ((14), Ralph Rliodee
" Milk (19)), L.H. Harper ((18, Everet
$119. McKinney 115), Harold Criffis (24)( ), Luther
n .1' Orange ,., Torode Lennon/(211>, Hugh ''SaPP?" Ingram (30), R.E. Jones 32), John Arthur
(10), and in the middle manager Johnny Chalker.
w $ 1.99."I" Second row, I. to r'., James Sewell (25), George Silcox ((26)), Charles
Alt. "Maggie" Priest ((33), Inman Green ((17), coach Dave Whittemore. Carlton
::1 Tangelos ,99 Bread 2$100 Chastain (2JiiA-) (Andy> Adkins C20)) Ralph' Nettles 31), Kenneth Turner
(281), Phillips (29). and principal E.L. Williams. .
Congratulations to the two winners and thanks to Mr,
Torode for
this piece out of Bradford County's past with !!! '
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lie; Judy Aubrey cash on the line for something we should do it. By the :3)) I really do believe the man Is trying as hard as he can. Kathy Griffin
h1!' : Rt, 3 Starker same token, its pretty hypocritical to sell the Russiansour Personally I like the guy pretty much but I would only StarkeI
r, wheat and squawk about the Europeans buying give him a "C" grade for his first two years in office. His
ir i\t ar 1)) I vote for the man natural gas from the Russians if they really need it. economic program deserves a fair chance to work, God ) I guess Democrat ..x
He .... or woman. I think our economy will improve over the next coupleof knows it took us a while to get into this situation in the I don't really know t
"rr' years because it can't get much worse than it's been: first place, but I don't think it is. You can't cut taxes and
ance tdcl>< 2)) So far I've been' It depends on the congress. Sometimes they remind me raise spending at the same time, the deficits are killing 2)) I think he's tryin e III
' ,"'j very pleased. I know of a grab-bag of favors and gifts for special Interests us and their going to get bigger in the next few years if to do what he think I S
e. is" f; t 1 there s been alot of1 They lust don't know how to balance the budget. They' what I've read is true right. As far as working 4'
nt > 1 criticism towardsrid haven t in the past and I can't see much hope of them doIng In foreign policy I couldn't agree with him more about with people 10 :
ho SI.JfI: him about the death it in the future. Our economy really depends on that getting tough with the Russians. his "working days" I'

- ;{ '"'1," penalty. that's good, becaus* ,
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.nell- But it (the death Pete Alderman Brenda Capper he can' know wha y 1
:. penally) is law and it people do and wha .. %
sr'! Geneva Estates
I 't' ". shows he's not afraid Keystone Heights their problems are.
rs 4. to tackle the lob.
1)) I don't think either r
rig I. Even though it's bad Democrat of 1)) the two s :3)) I think what he't ,
'ty'" publicity sometimes. (without ? parties doing is pretty great
ed 4I think he's made avery blinking an o rs have the answers to but I think he s going
the economic
he, positive steps (for the state. At this time I can't eyelash thatanswer mess about it too quick.
in. I think 1
think of anything negative about him deceive when they It's all bang! right now especially students aid and
came) us they w things like that. As far as social security, he's trying to
tell do. The
3))Well, I think times are very difficult. I believe it would us they cut spending, which is good in the long run but I think
be hard for anybody to manage. I think he Inherited alot economy has to get t he's doing it too fast.
''Tfes. of problems and he has had to deal with the problems he 2)) I'm for better because itcan't t
inherited. Therefore, his performance has to be judged him 100 per- a get any worse
in on that basis.! cent, but I without us going intoa Barbara Woods
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I don't agree with everything he does, but I do agreeId aint for one 7 kr r depression. The job Lake
he'sdon situation is terrible .1
. thing
need be
with some I do believe alot of programs to given
is do. e.That's its hard to believe we III) will vote democrat.
uy back to the state, which Reagan trying to t' have
lor for 10 percentunemployment s n
nd taking out in 2)) I think Bob Graham has dune a pretty gold job except
ed Charles Catlett this car inspection. this country when he let the Cubans:! run over us.:! lie has done a good
rd, Keystone Heights But I think he's done mighty well. job on crime Death warrants should be signed.
,',2)) I'm going to vote for Governor Graham. I really don't
?! 1)) I vote for the man 3)) I have mixed emotions. He's trying to cut out benefitsfor have too many strong feelings about him one way or the 3)) Reagan has dune a lousy job! I lie has:! made a big mess
3-c not the party. I'm goIng the old, cut down on medicaid and medicare Social other. I think he's done a fair job, but not outstanding. with the job sit cat ion. The president does not know how
; to look at each' Security's all messed up and I just don't like it. handle financial matters. Heaganism! is terrible! !
he one's record carefully r y 3)) One of the things I really like about Reagan is the way
R- ly and make my ., he has tried to cut taxes. It made a difference on my hus Mack W
he choice based on that, Frank 'PaverKeystone band's paycheck. Taxes have been way too high for Pressley
not the party affiliation. years and I'm glad he has finally tried to do something Lake Butler
(1m Heights about it. He believes In his economic policy and I think
ds he should be given a chance to make it work. 1)) Democrat

ith 1)) I'm a strong One of the things that scares me about Reagan is his
2)) Graham is a prettygood man. he takes care of
militaristic in
12 Democrat I've viewpoints foreign policy. I think he'smore
\lieud\ S always voted for likely to get us into some kind of war than the business. r
my I don't think he will have no I trnuhll'jl'uinj( buck in office
and I can't are.
< l1cw, party see here in Union County.
el '".. "t:. 2)) Governor Graham any reason to do any I agree with his signing of death warrants because I
,,' y'- t has done a real good different this year Bill Hicks something has to happen to take care of crime.
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in Job overall. I supported This economy is in a Lake Butler

Ie Governor ASKew wen ...,wa. in office and I 'real mess, 3)) \Reagan is doing no good. I don't t see much he has done
a ..._think j rah m.ha*:.continued his policies pretty mucb. Demoeratla: can ... .{tytvoWi independent; it for the economy Putting people nut \\'orkillnol riotntt" .)f1'I "
i He has done as much e* he ando in the crime situation- .. ,ilidAtes. have-,:beetle,; j-Jofithe, one-1 -feelis- much, bringing down flip/ inUrcvf/ want help/ mud.11. >'i>u '
r and he has gotten some JuMp, but not enough from the good tor this sectionof most qualified I ;1, of don't have a job. :
federal government for the Cuban refugee situation. the state in the ; I
He's fair, he's honest and he's proven it with his record. past and they will be 2)) ( after a long 4th
Bafalis hasn't done anything to make me choose him in the future. I'm pause) Hmmmm, I + ': I
over Governor Graham. Graham has done a super job, sticking by them in think he's doing an Lake Butler
he deserves another four years this election. okay job. I don'tthink ,
he's as 1)) I will vote democrat.
3)) Sometimes I think Reagan doesn't have all of the information 2)) I think Governor Askew and Governor Graham have dynamic as some
he needs to do a good, complete job. You get been the best two governors this state has ever had. people would tend 2)) I have nothing against CJov. Graham. I like him signing
the feeling that he reacts to events instead of controllingthem. Governor Askew helped this state develop economicallyand believe the death warrants if they would carry them nut, I
Hehasri't-mtrked out us well as I thought he would Governor Graham has cracked down on the crime wish he could do something to improve I'nion I'oiinty'seconomy. ,
10 when he wQSCI'rst'elected. situation. It's still bad but I think he's done as much as 3)) I think tofir" .
's I agree that weshould sell the Russians our wheat if it anyone could humanly do. Bafalis is'' crazy to call doing a good I
,C helps our farmers. Any time we can make them pay Graham soft on the crime issue. Anything k :III) do not like Konald Reagan as good as I used to. If ho
hl peanut Jimmy, right', would cut out more welfare it would bo IHMUT. He has
I'm him not done much with the employment rate with the
er willing
give a couple more years. The
I economy didn't get in this situation in a couple of years average person doing no bettor than ho was two years
and it's not going to automatically turn around. ago He also has:! not done much for the t econaniy.tq .

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Tommy Bell Found Maverick and Train ViolationsFor
Police Arrest Youths Pedestrian Injured Shea Changes Plea of DWI Collide Oct. 13
Guilty Week of Oct. 16
For Theft of T-Bird Between Two Vehicles To Guilty of DWI
Ray Thomas Bell,21,of Starke was A 1970 Ford Maverick, driven by Harold G. Rennhack of Savan
Starke Police Investigator Steve Pedestrian Issacc Kelly of Starke Daniel Wayne Shea appeared found guilty of driving while intox- Walter J. Padelford of Starke was was cited for traveling 73 mph
Backus arrested Lawrence Dewayne received leg injuries when he was pin-- before Judge George H. Pierce in icated when he appeared in Bradford northbound' SR-225, failed to see US-301 north of Lawtey Oct. 16.
Slocum and Edward Cummings both ned between two vehicles which had Bradford County Court Oct. 18 where County Traffic-Criminal Court Oct. the train, skidded 124 ft. and collied Rennhack, was released on a
of Starke and charged them with been struck by a pickup truck Oct. 22 his change of plea was accepted. with the train.Padelford cash bond,according to Trooper B
grand theft-auto Wednesday afternoon in the Reno section of Starke. Shea was sentenced to driving while 18.Judge George H. Pierce sentencedBell was cited for speed to Williams.Joe .
Oct 20. Douglas Hinson Hardy of Starke intoxicated school,a fine of$276,placed to 50 hours community work, 180 great for conditions.
A 1982 Ford Thunderbird stolen Oct. was charged with careless driving on probation for 180 days with the days probation with the the Salvation There was no damage to the train Mark Benefield, 50, of SU
ll from behind Hayes Electric on and speed too fast for conditions when Salvation Army and must complete 50 Army, and suspended his driver's according to engineer C. O. McKin.ney. was arrested for driving while
Lake Street was recovered the next he lost control of the pickup he was hours of community.work., license for 180 days. license was suspended. '
afternoon but the occupant of the driving and slide into a parked 1974 Shea's driver s license was Bell must attend driving while Intoxicated The Ford was totaled according to Bond was set at $200, accordin
vehicle escaped on foot. After a futile Dodge. The 1976 Ford pickup came to suspended for 180 days. school and present his cer- Trooper D. C. Roberts. Trooper William Abrams.
search of the area around Alligator rest (upside down) on the top the A second charge of driving while in tificate to the court.He was also fined,
Creek, in which no arrest was made, Dodge. The Dodge was pushed Into a toxicated and leaving the scene of an $278.50, according to the court Harvey Anderson, 47, of Star '
fingerprints from the T-Bird were parked 1978 Lincoln Kelly was walking accident were not prosecuted by the records.! was arrested for driving while
taken and an investigation begun.A between the two parked vehicles. state. Oct. 17 Bell was arrested and charged license was suspended Oct..14. I
third youth, a juvenile was also Kelly was taken by Stat-Flight to The charges stemmed from an accident with burglary. His bond was set at
Bond for the charge was set at
arrested but was released to the divi- Alachua General Hospital where he is in Starke July 2, 1982,when Shea $2,000. He remained in the Bradford Melrose Man ArrestedFor according to Deputy Sammy Euni$1 i \
sion of youth services and was placedin in fair condition. disregarded a red light and struck a County Jail until Oct. 26 when he was Bad Check .
the North Florida Detention Centerin vehicle then left the scene. Charge
Damage to the pickup was $4,000, released on a surety bond. Jimmy Griffis Melton of Bald
Gainesville. according to Patrolman W. Wilkinson. Shea was fined $29 for running the Roosevelt Lewis of Melrose was arrested US-301 '
Slocum and Cummings were certified Damage to the Dodge was$500. red light charge. and charged with three countsof was Dodge stopped, and on charged, driving with driv a 1 '
as adults by the court due to
passing checks.
Starke Man while his license
Guilty was suspended.
their prior criminal records.They re- Bond for Lewis was set at 1500. He
mained in the Bradford County jail Of Disorderly IntoxJoe was released on his own Melton was released on a$200 su
ty bond, according to Patrolman I
under bonds until Oct. 26 when
they were released by Judge ChesterB. Melrose Woman Hurt Starke Police Recover Cranford Warren, 40, of Starkewas Greg recognizance Nichols,and according John Dempsey.to Deputies Jackson.

Chance on their own recognizance. In 3 Car AccidentA Stolen Motorcycle ication found In guilty Bradford of disorderly County Misde-Intox-

Melrose woman was treated and Starke police recovered a 1981 Honda meanor Court Oct. 18. ..
released from Alachua General motorcycle which was stolen from Warren was arrested Oct. 15 at the -
Hospital Thursday after a three-car N.Cherry St.Sept.30.Three juveniles Gator's Den Lounge on US-301 south BUILDER OFFERS
2 Arrested For US-301 accident in Melrose. have been arrested and charged with and taken to the county jail were he
Business BurglaryA Deborah Lee Sampsell, 24, was injured grand theft. posted a $50 cash bond, according to 10% INTEREST WITH
when the 1965 AMC RAmbler in The motorcycle was recovered Oct. Patrolman Jerry Miller.
15 year-old white male juvenilewas which she was a passenger ran a stop 21 from Striets Honda in Gainesville Later the same night Warren was *
arrested for the second time for sign at the intersection of State Roads where one of the juvenile had taken it arrested at Debra' Kitchen and again No Down Payment *No Closing Cost
breaking into Textile Town businessone 26 and 21 in Melrose and was rammed for repair. charged with disorderly intoxicaton.
month after he was arrested for broadside, according to Trooper Mar- The juveniles had stripped, sanded Warren was returned to the county With Over 20 Models to Choose from
burglary of the same business. vin N. Smith. down and repainted the motorcycle, jail were he was releaed on his own '
When Textile Town, on US-301 Marcella Walters, 26, of Melrosewas according to Investigator Steve recognizance, according to Built on Your Lot
north, was broken into Oct. 23 a 17 charged with violation of right of Backus. Patrolman N. Jackson.
year-old white male was arrested way after her Rambler was hit by a The Honda was valued at $1,60O. Warren was ordered to pay a fine of Call Jim Powell
along with the 15 year-old for the 1982 Ford van driven by John Eric The juveniles have been released to $59 for each of the DI charges. He also
burglary. Most of the money was Smehil, 32, of 502 NW 75th Street., the division of youth services. was fined $59 for trespassing, a For a FREE Brochure 1.473.4961Let's
recovered at the time of the arrests. said Smith. The force of the accident charge from October 18, 1981. ..
Deputy Samuel Eunice Investigating knocked Walters' car into a 1976
the burglary was able to Dodge station wagon parked at a gas
follow footprints which lead to the station; near the intersection, said
home of the juvenile. Smith.
When located the juveniles admit-
ted their guilt and returned the Send
money. Vehicle VictimOf
The first burglary was Sept.22.The
juvenile was arrested and some of the Hit 'N Run
money taken was recovered. The Mervin Harold Jackson of Starke Ron MCNEIL To CongressFOR
juvenile was turned over the divisionof was traveling north on US-301 drivinga
youth services at that time. 1978 Toyota when he was struck by a
Following their arrests for the second northbound vehicle to
burglary the juveniles were change lanes. attempting LEADERSHIP WHERE IT COUNTS!
charged with grand theft. The unknown vehicle then left the .
The juveniles were released into the
scene. Damage to the Toyota was
custody of their parents, according to $500 according to Patrolman Wayne ..r a TF
Investigator Don Denton. Wilkinson. 1


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I"- Bradford Hospital Health Fair is big hit with both young and ,old I IlIy

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last year thanks to non-cooperative '''i\;\ II!li
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enjoyed the Third Annual Bradford .
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came and had a good time," said Fair
.j ,"" Spokesman Terry Freeh. "i lookedout .. :'
the window Satunljy morning and ,
thought WP wore in ruble, but we .
,01' had a good crowd who got( a lot out of f :
'; ::':., the different bonthes and exhibits." ;
One of (the biggest hits of the show
I ; :. by far was the Haunted House put on rf"
"'!! : by the Bradford High Art Club. L prI
Students dressed! in an assortment of
::.: : 'strange and creepy costumes and
; I Constructed props and a maze worthy .
;'1:? .. of the setting for an old horror movie. wk }l Mt4
; Many pple who attended the fair 1
I ... : took advantage i Ilf the booths mannedV b', 4ktY" r
!.r by hospital personnel administeringan --
assortment of free medical examinations
Included among these niii
were booths for diabetics, pulmonary ::i
.- ...'- checks, hearing tests, blood, pressure I ,fir
-- and{ glaucoma., Also included were<< In- :iii i.
formative displays: on the working of
the heart and other subjects of interest 'r S
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real service, especially to the elderly Butt it Kubbitti, Kubbitn... I'elting /MO.
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: chance for people to come in and ask -
about just .lIIyth''ng that concerns F
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M: : House and the Starke Art Club who j: .
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The Melrose Music Theatre Boat, Kiss Me Kate, Paint Your "Take a bite of the Big Apple and bn
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\ '";, flight Nov. 5-6 and again the following be on the evenings program. Dee Wilcox,Music publicity Theatre. for 10
weekend. Nov 1213. The theme for the second annual the Melrose
t : The show will be held in the Trinity show is "New York. New York"with Tickets are available now at tcRossano's
in Melrose, Hardb
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A dramatic moment In Roadside Theatre's unique presentation of the tale of a backwoods mountainfeud. I
Starke Keystone Hgts.
I This story of Doe Taylor the legendary Red Fox of the Cumberlands will be the second In SFCC's F)
Fall Arts Series at the Starke Woman's Club Nov. 4.a 964-6200 473.3176 ,


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asas'= If the December 1981 issue of bereft of sets, costumes and props,
'. Smithsonian Magazine is to be believed just talk." They move easily through plus savings on household needs
=::: the second offering of the SFCC their roles with artfully artless narration your
S Fall Festival, Thursday, Nov. 4, will ranging from cracker-barrol!
y be an evening to remember at the soliloquy to batting lines back and
= Starke Woman's Club. The Smithsonian forth, feeding off each other's
devoted eight pages and 13 pic rhythms.
..s to a review of the Roadside
:::;1'. Theatre's presentation of Red Roadside Theatre grew out of Ap--
e palshop, a workshop in film,
Fox/Second Hangin',the exciting tale'
Y of a backwoods mountain feud. photography, records, videotape, Avs fAJ.spos..1I
books, and magazines devoted to life __
# is
It the story of Doc Taylor, the
::a legendary Red Fox, a red-bearded Appalachia.
Important theatre critics have >e
"healer and herbalist, surveyor and '
;!a scout, lawman and ladies' man, vi.a taken note of this outstanding group. \ I
sionaryandphilosopher-preacher- The Washington Post's Richard L.
Coe described it
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= ty, Kentucky in the early 18'JO's.While adding that it would be

i'=: himself, had a brought federal the marshal first man he to, Stage"an impressive, the Kennedy attraction Center for, Ford's Arena ___ D 4 I

;;'; be hanged, Bad Talt Hall, to justice. Room.Theatre" or the White House East '
;;w.: Then, in 1892 moonshiner Bad Iry ,
Mulhns, "mean as a striped rat Roadside is one of only three
-. tlesnake," his wife Lourenzy, and theatres selected by the .National. En- 2.57.c 9Z- --2.27 ,. \ i
::a three of their Mudhole: Bunch" were dowment.for the-Arts to pioneer the mmmm '-- .
killed ina masked,-ambush. near professional theatre'9: .:.reen,ryjlnto, ., ,1 '111 Urn /Yt ', hnson'sBab h.p Uiwi Dlsposabl: (bl"'Peri 11'Scott Bab j i Frei t" YNpes ').W. fk.:<< : ... '"I' o "'" Jo "'t t
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dead moonshiner. Starke Woman's Club should be an ... .
:r: What the Roadside Theatre does evening to remember," says Dr. Bernard SOFT ....
:::.:: with this material is described in the McFadden of SFCC's Starke of
Smithsonian article: ". performers fice.
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235 Bradford-Union Girl Scouts

I_ S 1 Attend 'Camp Out At Chow

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Great I Scouts and leaden'iaye the '
boa same description of the campout the
,. 'weekend of Oct. 15 at Camp Chowen-
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sol ,t$' ,\ ,: )r 235 girl' Scout leaders Brownies r

L __ __ '- Juniors,, Cadettes and Seniors from I .is, v I
tc S S Bradford-Union Neighborhood spent
.lylIIJ 5'v S 1i three days at the camp just outside
Green Cove Springs.
i II i Each troop was responsible for
their own transportation and settling
into their campsites Friday evening.A .
,1 I, snack was served in Big Cabin after
an hour of singing lead by the Lawtey
Cluster then everyone: trailed off ex-
I Jlk'L ''citedly to their units. 1

Every unit at the Gateway
k 1 eytflhlisne'd camn was in use and most
--F' ; 1t ,, ., Ay'J"J 'i vc a. 4g
: 9fTa3r 41'\.m. \ .a1 Ir.w .wet- lull. '10 .n use unit was o. -
of the full ones with the leaders using j i
Games Between Crafts in Wide ame......... the unit house to bleep in. (Thanks to
,the Tierney's the leaders had cots.)
I Q..n.a pn"1nVM the game "streets and alleys" hp.u,_.. ,.-.1.* Saturday morning a hot breakfastwas
!_ -.. ..- "'. .. ,..-.-. served in Big Cabin with leaders
& :pitching in to help with the cooking N
Seniors assisted in serving. A few Girl
Scout eggs (yellow-green) turned out
Ei morning.to be the topic of conservation for the i

Each cluster was in charge of a
craft and everyone enjoyed making

r four fun things to take home. A panda On e of the four crafts........
\ bear frying pan magnet, flower
kf: : l trivet and a shell magnet were the Enjoyed bv Cadettes Lisa Nicole and Debbie. Small frying pan magnets
r2 "trophies" of the day.
S A tt IV' & Flag ceremonies on the bank of
Black Creek were impressively done
by Brooker and Hampton clusters.Saturday's HEAT PUMP BONUSSPECIAL
lunch of sloppy joes was
rI served with a special treat of hot ap-
ple pie. Then the troops returned to
their own units for the afternoon.
Each unit or cluster cooked for
themselves Saturday evening and had
songs, games and-or a campfire.
Troop 614 invited their neighbor
units to go with them on a "night
hike" and you should have seen the
flashlights in the woods. It looked likea
trail of large fireflies.
There was time for hiking, explor-
ing the jungle trail and other units or
I just enjoying nature or the out-of-

a doors.Some Cadettes worked however, ; $ : .t.i, J jjjfljjjj I III Ill II IIIIIIIIII1III 1

1*___ several of them took the watersafetycourse I ,
4 and even though cool in the
water they were proud to accomplish Iulhullu
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6 6.
6 :
having that much completed for their
Water Sports Interest Patch. 6 6 6 r*
Sunday morning the big surprisefor : ; Carrier;
the younger scouts was the jungle llsiI1lIlII..
,a. d breakfast, everyone thought it was 1 1 ,
the greatest The Seniors and Cadet-
tes hung boxes of cereal, sweet rolls
The tree was the luvorite,attraction tor O14.......... and bananas on the trees and in the r 1 6 1s'
I bushes and everyone had to "pick"
Ahwanassa Unit was requested by scouts in Troop 614. their breakfast. s alPnce!
After breakfast and cleaning up the
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area the scouts were free to go home
anytime. Everyone left with a touchof I r I r I I .S
.,., _"" .... "' .......iI .. sadness'as they had' just really !
', ..... ,..., $ !
S +Vy r(0"1',0 101'Brownie. ,. : ." .*- ,|.j learned their way around. 'the : '
> weather was really beautiful Sunday tfrspfc I r' I I. ; ;.
"after a couple of cool night which'no ftttiinik ':;i.' ;' .-V."'''' : r'r: -JVv'vftiiEfffcioe ; ; ,:.'; -. ;: : .
one seemed to mind too much. I..
All leaders and parents who helpedcan #< II fortfj I 11 I.I

Troop 690 really pat themselves on the back ? .r I I
._ Su 'N for the success of the weekend. Many
Learns Newspaper Talk leaders are new this year but should 1 ,, a

t ( The Brownies of Troop 690 came to feel more comfortable about campingout
the Bradford County Telegraph after the successful weekend. ..cn
r A ) x r, Thursday Oct. 21, to see how the The campout was under the direction ;= .- .....---i-i.r .........,..;,...... lNr BONUS'i !
,r. operates. of Cluster Coordinator Diane IJsin ... ??ewun
newspaper .__........ .. ...
The girls who looked around, asked Tierney and Neighborhood Chairman :;. ,'J- J.j" :; >; .
1ri Carolyn Eaves who were quick to \.;, I,,'I", nrIe.'w r.ur.nru, .rla. '''-''.'.
questions and watched a short : .".""....... .... $50 $100"T
+ j. demonstration were Santiya Sarn- credit everyone involved with the suc- .. : or
tinoranont Laurie Dazsa Toth, Penny. cess of the campout. The 'men' who .. US SAVING BONDS
Stivers Bobbie Westcott, Maria Toth, accompanied the scouts were a real fC
1' j. Brittany Bula, Brooke Watson, asset also. Cluster Chairman who Sid IKIM: WITlII'l.'ltl'II.\"I'.OI'I ;! \
Allison Langer, Leigh Ann Odom, and were involved in the planning and :IIi..li.: O $100 UOMJVViril: I'UKOIASKOr' IMQI I'
.. .-.- Laura Conner.Leaders preparing are Kathy Hobbs Cathy UIH.R1NISNUl': : 10. I4N2
who brought the girls were Hicks, Joyce Sutton, Faye Dailey,
: YSs Andrea Waterhouse, Carmen Eaves, Elizabeth Walker, Edna Allen and
and visiting chaperone Selena Laurie Mullins. HAYES
brup McRae. This is the second neighborhood ELECTRICOBEY
) M ,1 w ) >,o1 ; ? campout and with the success of this
+ % rl ( year we are sure it will continue to be ,

i .;..,,. "',... Brownies of Troop an annual event for BU AIR CONDITIONING ENEAL MEpIEA
ek .t>;.: '\ 611 Also VisitedThe
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t Brownies of Troop 611, Starke, .
u d' also came to the Telegraph to visit. Neighborhood: Carrier Dealer
., Friday evening,. Oct. 15. -
...1 .41' The girls were given the grand tour, -
everything from the computer
typewriters and printers, the photo
IIU *? 1 Lake Butler
darkroom, the pasteup operation,and Farm Center
Cub Scout. Pack 73 Visits TelegraphThe the press. '

Cub st.ftti1.r) Pack 73, Den 3:of Scott Durban, Brian Canova and Melissa The girls Gros were', Michelle Kerry Rinminger Hodges,, Ferti11i: et Hwy 121 S. Lake Butler
Starke visited'Th Bradford County Josh Bula. Chassady Fowler, Sally Goins, and ill 496-3921 *bay
Telegraph Thursday, Oct. 21, to learn The leaders bringing the den were Amy Johns. *'t'n.
about putting a newspaper out. Ann Hurst- mother Shaun Schmidt. Troop leader is Susan Goins, who ill Seet.S It1IsIonI OPEN J\1-F 7:30-5:30( : Sat. 7:30-12:00: : Che.lard\y are
The boys who came were: Larry den chief, and Cana Schmidtden. just happens to work at the Planty Pwin4,: *flamicals
Hurst,. Jason Morin. Tana Sarnt, leader. Telegraph." *
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Courtnay will present a sucession completewith Ms. Courtnay travels throughoutthe nay, builder, realtor and developer at
"one-of-a-kind" show of music,dance in rapid of costumes.. country entertaining at conventions the Keystone Heights Golf Course.
and dialogue from the best of Broad- and private parties. This will be
numbers from past
Included are Reservations be made at Iron-
Ironwood Dinner Theatrein can
at the this in
way and Broadway hits like "A her first appearance<< in area
Gainesville on October 28-30 and present wood by calling 378-5248.
Chorus Line, Fiddler on the Roof, many years.
November 4.6

I Learn to run a small business at this workshop ,

f Reservations may be made by into and/or operating a business by of records and new tax laws. ..
The ABC's for Business Success, a Nov. 15: 1)) How to work with your
; SCORE at 375-8278 and also Charles I. Holden, attorney in estate,
workshop for small business, will be phoning banker,by Rod Canon,vicepresidentof
f and business law. 2)
at the door. The fee is $5 per person corporate
held on four successive Mondays at 7 Reasons for success and failures of a Sun Bank, Gainesville, chief bank
for all of the sessions.
: beginning Nov. 1 on the fourth officer. 2)) Making business decisions
floor Purpose of the four sessions set small business in the Gainesville area
of the First Federal Savings &
: Loan Co. at 2815 NW 13th St. in Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22 is to give small by Jack Lynn of SCORE. A summaryof that, lead to of success King by Charles Restaurantin Gat-
i ton owner Burger
business people the latest information experiences of SCORE counselors
Gainesville.This ,
Gainesville, and Earl Russell
working in the Gainesville area.
about organizing and operating a
seminar presented by business. Local businessmen will give Nov. 8: Records reports, andtaxes. retired operator of Russell Paint
of the Small ., "
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Business Administration, will consistof the ABC's of success in operating a Up to on
business. what's new in '82 tax laws, byJoe
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by Dean Davis, owner/operator
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systems. 2)) Small Business
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can do for you, by Fred Bethea, Loan
Department, Small Business Ad-
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October 2H. IUH2 Page 9h

i ;1 Shaun Ritch and "P. R''a win coon hunting championship: :

By Mark Friedlin smell," Shaun said. "It doesn't take show competition the da> after U>'
BCT Staff Writer them long to learn the right moves to night hunt.
1-A14 2h'% pi t1 tM 1w make to find the coons. They really do "It's just a chance for everybody to
Bradford High School student ,,f, r n "ate ir. 1k -' most of the work in a coon hunt. We show off their dogs," Shaun laughed.
Shaun Ritch was confident early this ; just follow along and hope for the "I knew she was going to do well in
month when he and and his faithfull I best." the show because she is i a good look
blue tick hound "P.R." Bon-e Blue 1i p "P.R.'"picked yet another prize for ing hound."
' traveled together to Chipley, Fla. fora :Shaun before the weekend was over, Shaun plans to enter other('omJX.tltion )
statewide coon-hunting competition. :She won the Best of Show in the dog in the near future.

lie was confident enough in his dog .. -.. ",,--
and himself allright, but he never
dreamed he would come home with a
big trophy and a share of the Florida f f ft9avla '
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State Coon-hunting Championship.The / t : d
hunt was sponsored by the Tri-
County Coon-hunters Association, a
local organization which hosted the ,
event this year.
"It's a tremendous accomplishment -
for Shaun," says his dad, Jim-
my M. Ritch. "He was competing
against some of the toughest competition Dearborn
in the state. There were peopleout
there who had hunted for years
before Shaun was born. We are excited K pvi 60,000 BTU _
and very proud of nim." VENTEDWALLFURNACE -
Shaun competed in the two-day 4a ,
competition against 87 hunters who du
came from all over the state with 72
Only incheshigh.
their best hunting dogs to participatein Automatic
what has become one of the most .
prestigeous of its type in the southern 2 speed fan
states. c ,"trol. Mixed C1620Martin

Shaun said he developed an early r nVp rri'rD'' r/ flow fan i is rubber i
love of the outdoors and that is what e mounted for quiet DELUXE COOL

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sessions with his dog that is necessaryto minimum Lifetime Porcelain Fim.h.
produce a champion."It floor space. La"O.ron.6ltantoluminlrditeelAutomatic '

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each like what other, Shaun says.it "When you _..- __ ._ -. .. ._* .. '_' U' '' ".,. .. safety .il tlandard' equipment 20,000 BTU
you're doing comes pretty pilot cuts off
"Shaun has always loved the out-
doors," says his mother, Mae Ritch. Proud'Miner.' out.
Shaun Hitch has SfOODon't
"Hunting was his first love and he reason to be proud of his blue-tick hound "I'-lt Bon-e Blue" as
went into other things from there like they picked up a coon-hunting championship trophy at the slate championships Modal OVS6S Wait till it gets *

taxidermy and coon-hunting." held in Chipley, Kl. : $698 includesinstallation cold, your best buys are now!

The coon-hunt in Chipley(the loca- the time it taKes the dog to "strike"or Shaun says. "I couldn't believe it hunt again that way. plus Cut your heating cost by 50*. with
tion of the tournament about
the state from to changes), makesan pick up a trail, either a scent or a set when she got the first strike, it was a After the dog's change in baying wiring Propane Gas.
entire weekend year for year the of tracks,and the time it takes the dog great feeling. has signaled the hunters that the coon
par- to actually tree the coons. "P.R." treed her coon third among has been treed, the men shine
ticipants. A dog show is included in
"The coons aren't out there her and that into the tree
the activities for all of the proud put group along with the flashlights trying to
beforehand," Shaun said. "You have first strike collected her enough detect the glow of the wild creature'seyes
owners The night on hand.hunt, which was held on a to go out and hope that there's goingto points on the rating system used by among the branches. Points are tfow Filling 20 Lb LP; Tanks

dark, moon-less Saturday night on a be something out there. You never the hunters to give her and her proud taken away from a hunter's total if a at our W. JVladlson St. Office in Staffed
couple' of hundred acres of farming know until your dog picks up the owner 10th place overall in the event. dog bays and no coon can be found
land and forests. scent." and penalty points are also assessedfor Mpn. Pii. 8-5 Sat. 8-J2 Noon
The hunters out in of four Shaun's dog picked up the first 125 points are given for a first strike various other false strikes as well.
groups strike of the and Shaun collected 75 for the "You know how
and are allowed just three hours of night, an exciting moment points never you'll turn
hunting each. Shaun started with his that sends a surge of excitment third treeing of his group. out," Shaun says. "I've seen hunters
at 8:30: and finished through all the different groups in the Deadline for the hunt s end was 3 get good strikes and a couple of tree-
around one in the p.m.morning. chase. His dog "H.R. signaled the a.m. and it took some of the hunters ings and then have their points taken
"It was exciting to go on a hunt withso strike by baying, a long penetratingsound their entire time allotment to find away by a few false strikes. You LSAWYER-
many people,' Shaun said. that changes when the dog has their prey. always face the risk that your dog will
the coon up a tree. The coons are released alive after make the wrong judgment or be fool-
"Especially when" so much is riding "The dog's baying changes pitch the dogs have them treed, a process ed in the hunt. That's part of the ex-
I,, on the results. when the coon takes to the trees, that is both humane and practical at citement." I

The dogs are judged on two things that's how you tell you've got one," the same time. More coons are left to Shaun says "P.R._u____ Iou was trained
when she was II letting her -
puppy uy I I'

'y e Area Hunters rr, Looking Forward-'.: ,4rrtlh to M Novemfoer I "I < ry79C, Uw iiz Nt S'"' -lher find located caged and coons increasinglydtfncwt placed further up and in trees fur,r., I'wTASK..,- air- ( 1964,%17 lit '332WMAnisoNwhite'quail'season l''1 4. .I

November is bn of the'months that also opens, along Hunters are'rfelfiifideiHo{ use steel to find.away .". ..., ., .._, .,., -... >, .' ,. ..'-, ,. '. .'.' r
-- "
i hunters most like to see arrive on with grey squirrel season. shot in all gauge shotguns'when hun "They have an amazing sense of I
their calendars as it marks the start Also starting November' 13 will be ting waterfowl in steel shot zones.
I of the hunting season for a variety of fox squirrel season, except in Lee, Steel shot zones include that portionof
wildlife including white-tailed deer Hendry, Palm Beach, Monroe, Col- Brevard County east of Interstate I Ii.
and migratory waterfowl. lier, Broward and Dade counties. The 95; Leon Countyfexclusive( of Lake 1904
According to the Game and Fresh season for wild hogs, where they are Talquin and the Ochlockonee River);
Water Fish Commission, the month declared legal game will also open. Lake Miccosukee In Leon and Jefferson BSTAOLlSIED
starts with a statewide snipe and The second phase of the mourningand Counties Osceola, Broward and
:-r:;: crow seasons opening November 6 white-winged dove season will Dade Counties; Orange Lake and
; while the. rail and gallinule season, also begin on this date (shooting Lochloosa Lake in Alachua Countyand
which opened in September,will close hours will be from one-half hour all waters of Lake Okeechobee.Steel .
November 9. before sunrise to sunset). shot is also required on National
On November 13, the whitetaileddeer Florida popular duck and coot Wildlife Refuges. that allow i... henWiNTEH
season will open throughout the season will open November 24. In waterfowl hunting.
state. Also opening will be the season Leon County and Lake Miccosukee in On November 28 the second phase '_
for bearded turkeys or gobblers in Jefferson County, waterfowl hunting 'of the mourning dove and white- 1
AlachuarCounty and turkeys of either is permitted on Wednesdays, Satur- winged dove season ends. i .
..sejr-i irvrhe remaining counties of the days and Sundays during the open Copies of Florida's Hunting Rules n
9 I itate/Biace Bear season will open in season, including November 25 and and Regulations may be obtained by ) W
Jgakgpand Columbia''counties.'"Bob- ,26. writing or visiting any of the commis- ;l I III U Blow.
sion's regional or field offices. .: =r .. -

1j;tune. IfedercFortune : il Unveils Long range Plansat a ', You'll be Warm As Toast with

Federal Savings & Loan the first available opportunity in economy and financial markets, and .- portable home heating from

Association has unveiled long-range 1983.,"Our move will depend on inour own improving performance,"
marketing apd advertising plans to se terest rates, the health of the Sweger said. Badcock!
used inUl I major'effort to become "a .t

specialized,!, regional, multi-product .
finnnriiil.nrrrirrn I
ii.mi iiiii corporation.
The need for aggressive leadershipand ;L tl -
marketing among Florida's ROBERTSBait ,
financial institutions was outlined at a i = KER05UM
news media conference held in For8My f
tune's,borne' office last week. The \ ,
Cfearwater-based financial Institu- & Tackle III 1, II II II IIi w .
tion, with a net worth of $44 million, Y
has branches in Gainesville, Starke, I PORTABLE KEROSENE HE TERS
Keystone Heights, and Lake Butler SAMPSON LAKE ; I 99 I"*" fuel efficient, battery powered
as well as other Florida locations.As i Igniter,needs no chimney Initiation,
a key factor in its long-range IS NOW OPEN ': y' 'OxTMlt0.ICTa1C let I .... aa'e,Cleanburningautomatic hut-oft,
M tqulmd ottft > < *ol U.L. listed.Y .
marketing plan John B. Sweger, ... I
*5 V'' board chairman, .announced For- ...:.. \
( )
tune's new affiliation with Publix food
19,500 BTII-Ip to
stores, which will allow use of the ; 18houaon 199
j lA' $OOQ95
supermarket chain's projected 260 gallons ot fuel <%V*7aarfi

stores automatic in teller Florida'machines as locations as an accessing for- Everyone has been very'paHe t j II I&e ,'t r. (B) OMNI. 15

member toexcanciFortune'sservice .. 8,700 BTU-23 K>
We have worked hard to remodel the Illi I
delivers, Sweger said 31 J cr 38 hours on 17 $47095
machines would be ,operational in fish camp and get it open. :I l,( gallons of fuel I I 5j_o

Pinellas County by mid-1983,with five
additional machines in Gainesville by ) r ( )
J) r. August. In the Tampa Bay area, Fortune Everyone Come Out E tar 31 9,600 hours BTU-27 01192 10 .
I* (p $24995gallona
will have a total of 67 Publix of fuel
automatic teller locations by the end (A) 1250/15OO WATT (
of 1983.r and Hello!
Fortune will seek opportunities for say III -" *49 ,. RADIANT 0 (Not t'hownl)
"1 W 39' hours
I 8.200 BTU.
additional branches throughnew .
opening on 1,7 gallons of,luol
building and acquisition,Sweger (B) 1324 WATT /ram Ih c _.$1 99.9
said. Presently,there are branches in 3 52995 People Who Y
I .11. Florida counties. Caret
: "We intend to create loan or invest- \Ve Have t IIII. ,
A .ment.outlets and acquire necessary lal (C) USO/1500 WATT

locations for desired physical Minnows 5995: 41
presence" said Russell E. Carlson, NOT SHOWN
vice, president of marketing. "This Worms 'j i 1500 W.Ito, ... *39.99
1250/1 MO Watt Imo 9 98
expansion wUl not be limited to 750/1 MO Walt t-.o, ..9SHWM
Florida," Carlson said. "During the Crickets Ictw

past fiscal f year we began laying .Tackle [n..Ace

groundwork for expansion to other .. ii w!o5hew
states over the'next: three to five i y, '
years,We expect this expansion to 9644991u I d f [aAa[

generate additional deposits, invest- '
ment outlets. ,and Income. This will be, ya at the slab".Ed I
ii;.In'areas where, current and future & MadeliriOriginal M
4' rA V.g1.11' =
'Florida visitors originate, or where
I significant deposit or investment op- Owners; Lw.u.. .. 1l&kttL1 ,
exist! -T
portunities "
Earlier this year Fortune announc- OPEN 6 AM. -' .M.,.. ,
'. I' / ,
: ted intentions to proceed with a stock r Owned Samln, Crawl*
conversion plan and Chairman ," ,: 128 ..Walnut. 114-5289

x. Sweger told the press gathering that "B6aGA[ 'Will 1+*U fM'I' R gLI"
**3u ...;timing of the stock offering would be {



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I I. Hunting schedule for EalXinonths i released .'. : .J .' "ii.... .",.'." .J'. .l\; ..;",';;'m'J

.*=:; season opens in Baker and Columbia portion of the eastern, Evergladessouth ; February e-Woodcock season doses J ''',.''f,r
Florida's 1982-83 Hunting 20-Crow and seasons
snipe _
: I
counties; bobwhite quail season of the Tamiaml Trail (U.S. February ; : tif,
.; Season Calendar opensgray; squirrel season opens; Highway 41 lying east of the close; special muzzle-loading in gun and t"
fox except in Everglades National Park) turkey archery season Northwest'l
i squirrel season opens ; "" ;
September I-Rail (clapper, king. Lee, Hendry, Palm Beach Monroe season closes; black bear season jegioncloses. < r.: .t
Virginia and sora) and Florida Collier. Broward and Dade counties; closes in Baker and Columbia coun. gray ,
: (common) gallinule Mason opens. wild hog season opens where declaredlegal ties; wild hog season closes. March 6-Bobwhite quail, squir-I "

,j I .. September 18-Arctiery season opens game; second phase of mourn- January ll-Crow season closes. rel and fox squirrel seasons _
statewide. Areas closed to archery ing dove and white-winged dove January 15-Crow season opens for March 19-Spring season for bearded P. .

i hunting include Broward County; season opens.November Saturdays and Sundays through turkeys or gobblers opens. _
': that portion of Dade County east of 24-First phase of February 20. April 24-Spring season closes for _
; Levee 28 and south of U.S. Highway statewide duck hnd coot season 'January' 17--Second phase of bearded turkeys or gobblers.

41; that portion of Palm Beach County opens. In Leon County and Lake Mic- 'statewide duck and coot season It I
'I, south of State Road 80; and that cosukee in Jefferson County, water closes. May 21-Crow season opens Saturdaysand t
Sundays through October 23.
portion of Hendry County east of only
fowl hunting permitted only on _
Levee I and Levee 2. Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays January 18-Special scaup (bluebill) Rabbits may .be taken throughoutthe

September 25-SpecUl experimental during the open season (also in these season begins in all open waters of year. _
r.: duck season opens. November 25-28). Charlotte Harbor from the Florida _
areas on
September 28-SpecUl experimentalduck November 28-Second phase of mourning Power and Light line, four miles east Sportsmen are reminded to consultthe _
season closes. dove and white-winged dove of U.S. Highway 41 bridge on the Florida Hunting Handbook for

October 2-First phase of mourningdove season closes.December Peace River, and from the El Jobean complete regulations, permits, and _
and white-winged dove season Bridge (State Road 776) on the license requirements. Also, regulations
opens. 5-First phase of duck and Myakka River to a line running from for state wildlife managementareas
October 17-Archery season closes coot season closes. Boca Grande Pass east through may differ. Sportsmen are ask
statewide. December 11-Second phase of duck Bokeelia to the mainland; all open ed to obtain the state Wildlife

October 22-24-Muzzleloading gun and coot season opens. In Leon County waters of Tampa Bay; all open Management Area Summary and individual 1

season (statewide). and Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson waters of Sarasota Bay south to the management area regula-
j October 31-First phase of mourningdove County, waterfowl hunting permittedonly Albee Road Bridge; all open waters of tions and maps for details.

and white-winged dove season on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Lemon Bay; all open waters of Biscayne -
closes. Sundays and December 23-24. Bay lying south of the Biscayne The counties in the Northwest

November 6-Crow season opens December 30-31( and January 17; thirdphase National Monument to and including Region are Escambia, Santa Rosa, Starke Jaycees will sponsor a bikeBradford County Hospital on CR-230,

statewide; snipe season opens of mourning dove and white- Barnes Sound; all open waters of In- Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, a-thon on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 9 proceeding one mile east to CR-230-A
statewide. winged dove season opens. dian River south from State Road 516; Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, a.m. to 1 p.m. to support cystic andreturntothehospital.Thiswillbefibrosis.
November 9-Rail and gallinule January 3-Third phase of mourningdove and all open waters of Estero Bay Gulf, Franklin, Liberty Gadsden, a two mile course.Starke :

season closes.November and white-winged dove season January 30-White-tailed deer season Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson.In The bike-a-thon will.start in front of :
13-White-tailed deer closes. closes in the Northwest Region. the Northeast Region, the coun-

0./; season opens throughout the state; January -White-tailed deer season January 31-Special scaup (bluebill) ties are Taylor, Madison, Hamilton,

J season opens for gobblers or bearded closes in Central, South Evergladesand season closes. Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie, Levy,
turkeys in Alachua County and Northeast regions; either sex February 5-Speclal muzzleloadinggun Gilchrist, Columbia, Baker, Union, Ads '
turkeys of either sex in remainder of deer day in all areas of the state, excluding and archery season opens in the Bradford, Alachua, Clay, Duval and
.So. the counties of the state; black bear management areas and that Northwest Region. Nassau.


I 1 UnionCounty AXLES TIRES 2 axles + 4tires.
1971 FORD PICKUP truck. In car We pick-up. $100;
NO w LOST/FOUND REAL RENTTY..EWItITTIItS FOR SALE good condition. Call truck available. Many sell You deliver $125. ,.Olins
for und.r $200. Call Mobile Home Sales
.12% interest for 10 yr*. 5332474. llpd 10/28 Hwy.
SERVICESCLOSE 312-742-1143: Ext 609 for )100 W Stark. .
3 74 FIREBIRD R.d. Gloss
buys 1 to 6 wooded acres. BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM
AND ADDING information on how to
BATH CB/BRICK HOME Packs 4 new tires. 1900.
Total price. $".500
SWIMMING AREA: Aug. 9, LOOKING FOR a special OUT ON ALL MACHINES FOR Pool landscaped yard Forsyth Rood 9648407. chase. 10/07 4tpd 11/18 WANTED TO BUYS Old
16780. ... FABRICS In stock. $3 RENT Union Times, 1977 F-10 DATSUN. Good
acr.wUh prescription sun gla. piece of prop.rty If I County outbuildings with 2.5 10/28 2tchg 11/04 glassware In pink. green
.. Only $1.900 BeautIful p.r 10 Contact Union County don't have It, I'll find It-Just yard. Phon. 496-2219 or 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake acre*. $20,000 down. If 75 DUSTER Vary good running condition. get blue and yellow. Contact
terms. acre Tim., 496-2261, TFN8)9.Experience ask...-JANE S. USHER 4963143. Butler. Phone 496-2261 for Balance owner financed at condition. 65.000 original over 30 miles per gallon. Laura at Pocket Change
bohia pasture with scattered REALTOR 496-2126 TFN 1021BABYSITTING more Information. TFN mile. 964-8845 after 5:30: Bldg. in Waldo or call
or 10 percent for 15 years.Additional miles. Gets :25 per
I tro., and .nice 496-2903, .10.... "Your : In my home 10/1. gal. 964-6587. ttpd 10/28 weekdays and anytime on 68.9"3 Thur., Fri.. Sat. a
pond Union County Realtor tfn Irom 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. RENT TO OWN: A New available. Flexible acreage term WE WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR weekend. 10/21 2tchg Sunday. 9/30 tin
Call or Write S steps to more .beautiful 3/26. lunch furnished, $30 per Baldwin Piano of your All SR 18 near War. for clean used cars and 10/28 WE WILL PAY TOP DOLLARfor
H.nry Matthews B.Co. complexion with Mary Kay FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE week. Winnie Luk., choice. Parramore Music thington Phone trucks. TERWILLECAR clean used car and
Springs. Ads
Realtor Cosmetics. For a complimentary NEEDSCall V.n.ra Brown 4963402. 2tchg 10/29 904-732-6776, Ocola. 7/8 Classified trucks TERWILLEGAR
4963625.: TFN 7/22. MOTORS. 9647200. Itchg
.P. O. Box 520Alachu. facial call collect "496-3022 Sandy Haz.n 11/4. tin USED COMPUTER SINCLAIR I 10/28 Get Results MOTORS. 9647200. I Itchg
.. Fl Diane Taylor 496-3994 Gerrl L.n. YARD SALE: Thursday thru MOBILE HOME SPACE. FOR 10/28
eves or 1000: 16 K Ram Cassette 171 DODGE CUSTOM VAN:
((904)259-2217) Tuesday if rain. Northof RENT 1 ocr., nice and Buy
2Lrn non 496-3140. Tiffin and no on recorder, 5 software, 12" Good condition lots of extras. ANY SMALL TYPE ODD JOBS
Ow.n.. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 Lok. But.r: on SR 121, shady. 2 mile south off B/W T.V., 12 months war. $1500 or best offer. Sell needed. Call anytime.
Box 788. lake Butler, FL. follow the signs also horse 121. Phon.96-2955.1tchg Cost $395 sell $250. 964-7615. Itchg 10/28 964-8015. 10/07 4tchg
C.ttl'.S Hog ft .<. _..I. ..... tin chg. 8/6. for sale. Itpd 10/28. 10/28. ranty.Phone 496-2153 Lake 1977 El CAMINO Needs. Rent. 10/28
_I h w..oIey w........II.,.. ...._ ._.. Cuflt.. YARD SALE Saturday and 24X&0 MOBILE HOME FOR Butler. MC/VISA accepted. work $550; 1966 Mustang Trade ROOMMATE wanted to
I::Mf MPI .bs_ky W....,... 1.,1_ Sunday, Oct. 30-31. RENT Heat and Air, nice Cash. Ph. 4681000. share expenses. Close to
::::;': kl. Ow..U y... ..p.d..s ::..'::."::' CBS HOME ceramic and junk also location call 496-2842. 15 Itpd FT. 10/21.FIBERGLASS SKI OR 1000.Itpd 10/28: for sure town. 964-4687. Itchg II
color TV 23 inch Quasar. Itchg 1028.MOBILE resultsuse
3 BR, 1 1'10 Ba, utility FISHING BOAT 60 HP 1912 FIREBIRD: 6 cyl., auto. 10/28
garage 380 SE 3rd Ave., Lak.Butl.r HOME FOR RENT: 3
Evlnrude, Seats 6, heavy Only 3,000 miles AM/FM the
one ocr., near
9 a.m. until. ttpd bedroom 2 bath CIlIA
North Florida stud service. Call alter 5:30
Raiford. $29,800 Cash or 10/28. furnished, nice location. duty trailer very good. cassette and wire wheels want ads : (
Farmers Livestock Market, Inc. $3,000 down. VA loan Call 496-3018. I Itchg 10/28. 1700. Phone 496-2842. Call 964.7932 alter 5pm. p.m. 9647090. Itpd 10/28

((1...1. N ml 1-71..U.(.44: t..4 Uk.City) 13'/.". FmHA 13 1/4", INSURANCEMAINES STORAGI SPACE FOR RENT Itchg 10/28. Itpd 10/28 -.
PLANT SALE :20 percent off 1969 SCOUT 4X4: 6 cylinder. .- -
rr -V 'r v 'r 'rr 'y'
011 Ice ,. Federal Land Bank 11 Approximately 800
(M)7M-M7) Uk city" squarefeet.
_M..wll"U... . i.d.IIls. ,.._ '..... .._.p. I.V. 755-4149 or 752-6238. t INSURANCE AGEN. motion' ea'll 4962261.. TFN. and landscaping plants In. 10/282tcIJ/9!: .. ...... ..
w. W.Id.p. .I.MIMr7I1IM4 ..._ _III". .1'. CYi 160' S.Lak. Ave.. Lake .;n cluded. Sale ends Nov.14[ ) .......: :W.-i. I, "-11'1'1'\11' 1 t bl, 'get" sale .v.rl iverythlng-fn stere '
.....(?04))'.i-4'77 p.t.r,II..t.t* "Bmr') : 4 ff.'Corrtpl.t. ," -t >C6ntraryMary'..Gard.n. '7':" ,. .; -.. nD :T I 1r
"" : 1r1i..r pr rdOpn'tmiss outl This week .
Dobbs _.............,.... .LU U L"'''''''''' .... .. ....... ..I 462-1561, closed Sunday $1850. Priced to 5.111) Call \: ov.3.. I
Pumping S.rvlc. I BUSINESS- -- I I and 11/4.Monday. 2tcht 10/28 964-5606. 10/14 1 tfn. a_ ,a, p S S S S S< .5 S S S S S + A

NEW LISTINGS Septic Tank t Grease Trap TWO DOOR G.E. "

large RAIFORD 2-story: house, 4 BR. 2 BA. Front thr. roads, I Reasonable Clean-Out Rate*. OPPORTUNITYConvenience $125.REFRIGERATOR call 496-2896.: Avocado.Also Starke Family Planning Clinic i

pecan tr.... Ideal for large family and entertaining. | 431.1202 431108938S888SS88888888SS side by side refrigerator

MUST SEE. Assumeble mortgage to qualified buy.r. Store freezer, frost-free, white Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)
.2 Bedroom Trall.r w/addltlon. Compl.t.ly furnished, I $100. call 496-3819. Itchg

on appro. 1/2 ocr. SR-229. Only 1150000. With Gas For Lease 10/23.: & Vasectomies v 'j
STARKE C.ntury Realty 1976 PINTO STATION

.2 Bedroom CB House, w/w carpet air unit partially ] Inc. MLS WAGON: 4 speed AM/FM. No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions 'performed.
furnished on ene ocr.. Completely fenced(chain link). 771-7741. 259-3892 Need on-sight dealer with strong cassett excellent condition

4 Out buildings, country living. Assumable VA mar- j Realtor marketing skills. Store currently new emeron paint. 964-6500 .t "ro!)
Call 496-2627: from 8:30: un.
tgoge.LULUt INVESTORS; 9'/."FHA. operated. tIl6:3O.: 431.1028 after 6:30 v.
| .3 Bedroom Brick House. Larg. kltch.n with bar, d.n j No qualifying. Total payment company p.m. 2tchg 10/28: It/4. _ _ ..itrtfj, iJOATTOD
$167.62 with $9,000 Capital required for grocery In- DATSUN 210 COUPE: 5
with fireplace on one ocr. Price reduced. '
LAKE BUTLER I down. Good rental property ventory.No speed. AM/FM stereo 1 PECANS ,Shop & Compare: !!
reclining bucket seats, 34
.3 Bedroom, 1'/. bath block house on one acre. Three j I In .Jo*. 19,000 miles $4,950 FOR SALE ,Special la Jo*W we for
miles from Lak. Butler. Country living. .15 Prize Acres on 1-10 & Goodwill or Franchise fees. mpg Mebiote riHomv Parks
Call 496-2977 after 2
Bedroom Brick home. Central Hwy. 228. Perfect for p.m. 964-5193 dRN ?
Attractive Heat/Air High volume location. tchg 10/28 11/4. I All .Ptypes of ; ii
carp.t, stove. ret rig., dlihwasher. Extra lot 010011 obi.. restaurant motel I or service -
__ __ homeowner fxMicies for
Small Acr.ag. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Owner Flnanced. 1 station.Video Available in Lake Butler Use You9Iom: Equl-

CALL TODAY. I Game Room: Call Collect C\TH\. \\- _ rn.QtjiteJi9nae9.tO': ij;'IWMakeist l I
Lucrative business. Owner OFPICEi\ PECANS I *. Call .far 'Quote *
JANE S. USHERYour lives out of town tired of SHOP \ i) '2nd MgOaIfus! 1

traveling back and forth. Fred Powell ,,OWCmN Ii W. Buy, Soil & Craclc* :, 0I'I5M0bU libtB0.

Union County Realtor Stark. 5545754 II Dally Hbmb\Sa1oa:
496-2126 or 496-2903 Sylvia' Sweat 'rok.rAft.r .... ... I : IIl.DO'1ii\ "01
((813)870-3030) It. Stork.State Farmer* Mkt. I lalne M j plin Agent964560ff H ,.tdVt"o"
360 W.Maln St.,lake Butler Hours-Judy Holley l.r'.- Hwy 301 N 964.5111 ,
496-3419 ,
__ _2Lptp4ght! 10/21 2tchq 10/28 Wolnwrlqht Produce .
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.' = lake In Hlllcrest. $800 750 CC Trunk and sidesaddles Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto LEGION HALLSr.21, Sotur. dog. half laborador-half should be submitted to the CARPENTER WORK ELECTROLYSIS The (perm*m
: down. $146.44 per month. Fairing end many Andrew* Drug Alto day*. .7 p.m. and Sunday Irish setter wearing red lake Region Monitor officeIn ., HELPER. WANTED: Remodeling work, kitchen neat removal of uowontedF ,'
A Phone 473-4038 or extra Call 473-3281. several large offices for 2-5 p.m. Public Invited. collar. Answers to "J5r writing and paid in advance A responsible dependable cabinets, and trim hair. Complete skin core.f
473-4367 alter 6 10/28 Itpd rent In rear of building. lOll tfnchg. Lost seen In Keystone- unless credit I I. person to come Into home carpenter. Reasonable facials, pealing a/id lift*.I Ii..
i 3 p.m.1011 tfnchg WOOD BURNING STOVI 24" facing Flamingo. Call ALCOHOLICS area near Andrew DrugStore already established with from 7.9 a.m. and 3-5:30: prices. Call 473-2477; after. For appointment$, call!
lAUTIFUt LAKE GENEVAI Ben Franklin. complete. 473-3411 10/1 tfnchg ANONYMOUS Closed Please, call 473-249O. this office. p.m. for a 6 yr. old boy. 5:30: p.m. 10lflnchgCARPENTRY Countryside Beau/, Salon f &
access lots from S3.500 Used 2 year but like new. STORE. BUILDING 1.000sq.ft. meeting Monday 8 p.m. 10/28 ltchgATHLETIC'IAG' Monitor staff cannot beheld Housekeeping duties maybe AND MASONRY Florahome. 1.6t9.2"04 I 0
i' :, $500 down $71.74 per In Keystone area. $250. In front of Keystone Post Open meeting Friday 8 : Blue and responsible for added for an Increased WORK< Building patios, CERTIFIED TEACHfeR wil! e
:" month. Discount on entire Call 473-2451. 10/28 ItpdUS Office on Commercial Circle p.m. Alanon Monday 8 whit., containing jean, mistake on classified salary. Must have own additions, remodeling tutor your child In feeding ti
10 acr_*. One waterfront antique VW Bug. up to 3.000 sq.ft. p.m. All meeting at jacket, social studies book when ad Is taken over the transportation. Call home and tile work Free Ingll.h. My | horn<
lot. Call 473-437S. lOll Canary yellow. Many extra suitable for auto repair Educational Building Community wallet and tennis ball lost telephone.Classified. 473-2383 for an interview. estimates.'Phone 473-4473 Mon..Frl., 4lO.6J0: : ,.M.I .
: "I. tfnchg *. Need some engine etc. Call 473-2149 or evenIng Church 473-2790 or In kRichard"' Burger Hutt deadline I Is 10/21.28 2tchgATTENTiON during day. 10/1 tfnchqHuntley $10 on hour/c 114 or
,I.., i' COMMERcIAL PROPERTY on work. 473-2730. 10/28 473-2014. 10/1 tfnchg 475-2130. 10/1 tfnchg parking lot.473-3489 10/28 Tuesday noon prior to HAIRDRESSERS ._ $141 Hr/2 children beae e
t' I. corner of Lawrence Blvd. Itchg. CATORBONE LAKE 3 BR, 1 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Itpd Thursday publication. Shear: Perfection Salon ; town, 473-7189 10/25 \
j 'and Flamingo near SR-100 I960 antique VW Bug. Par. Both study' CH/A. car due, fee or welghin. PRESCRIPTION. GLASSES Minimum charge I I.. IS seek stylists with a ,
/ and SR-21 Intersection, tlally restored. Need port. S37S/mo. open meeting Tuesoy (Girl's) Light brown word for $2.79 then 10 following for lease opera Redfearn'sSERVICES YARD SA
},' 4-seporate 'office com some engine repair $600. MOBILEHOME: 3BR. 2 Bath 7:30 p.m. St Anne's frames, lost In game room cent for each word tion. MORE MONEY) I All
{!1 1 -i pl....; corner lot with entrance 473273O..10281tchgWANTED unfurnished off Hwy 18. Episcopal church. Keystone at Tatty Cave. Small .thereafter. calls are confidential. Ask HIGH RiDGE ISTA IS

I, ;; on 3-sldes of CH/A; $200/mo: OFFICE Height 473.2790 reword.' 473-3266 10/28 for Sarah or Susan .Dennlson.'Fri.2930.,9 :.- I t.. Oct 0
building. Owner financed SPACE At Keystone 1011 Ifnehg Itchg 4737323. 10/21.28 2tchg ,: ; anita pMl .1,'
;. It with low Interest rat*. Coil Center, 375 sq.ft.., BINGO lion Club acres Classified Ads EXPERIENCE. HELPS Arc ':473-4340 rain,next weekeREAMES I. 10/ \0

,'f I ., ": 473-4920 or 473-3411' GoOD'HOME SI60/mo. Keystone from high school. Tueay. LOST Red Chow. male spotleft Get Results welder.Apply In person atOmega ; -r : Or _-
r for male
.. 10ttfnchqSUZUKI a Height Realty. Inc.. Early Bird 7 p.m.) Regular, Metals. corner otShand
..' ; DS '13S I960. Like Basset! Hound. Fenced REALTOR 473-4961 10/1 7:30 p.m. Public Invited. eye, lost vicinity of St. Rd. and SR21. 4734232Rtpalrs '
,.'. ;. c new condition. $500. DUNE yard and lot of children. tfnchg Rd. 315 In Hall Lake near! HDIIE' REMODE1JN8 .ifREPAJR Keystone Height '1028I ; ;
:' BUGGY need weds.S20O. These are hIs requirement COMPLETELY. FURNISHED WE RENT TYPEWRITERS. and Keystone' Oct. 1. Reward.! Room'Bddltltnt. -
Call 473-2043. 10/21-28 *. 9 year old. hou.on Spring lake. :2BR adding machine The Office 473-2697 or 269.1200.- of- I. kinds. Of Major HEATIN5SERVICt' '
,: :' : 2tpd. registered.' Call 473-3193. A/C. $22S/mo.$200 Shop. 110 W. Call St., 10/21) 2tchg !0121Classified ;, FrtB, FOR SALEFIREWOOD' '

,1 "I :: .WIST SEND SLOW COOleD 10/21-28 2tchgIn.uronc. deposit Call 264-5354 after Starke. 964-5764. Estimates. 473-2U7,, Electric A aces : .
1t $15. Simmon '' AdsGetResults ,
l frown 6. tfnchg lOll Swing Bradford A
j; Hlde-o-bed. ft Inches ,.... 2 BATH house with Steve John AWns BuifcUn.e. Black Jack Oak day Caunttas12'aFHAORVA JiaWr .
;:= longgood( bed), house Broadway '1 after I ,CasftblrHClearMMl
.i guest on. Lak. 473-4732, P.M. i KS
t 1$ $150-bet offer 473-2391. G_. Acres from City I TREE SERVICE 1ec. l''k.yi_ '"
: i : 10/281pd. Farms Park. CH/A. gorgeous 500K2RlIACypse.ee.fs.g LYNIAY .
'If io! LIQUIDATION eg ill gloof A Probl.m* beach front S55O/mo; 1st 1*, Removal BeautIful view end, white. --, ., --
.: merchandise AT COST and Need Help To Fill Out .and lost month. and security send beech. "*JOO.' -- I I_

: 0:: BELOW COST.. 473-269 The, Forms? Medicare.Chempus. deposit. .Phone 473-7086 :* Trimming '..-' .( O Ready for W Inter .
,after.; 6 B.m, ttO71028IBR ; -2 BR, 1 BA with .Mi. I pdvlleges. CH/A. ..,.... ,
Lawrence Blvd., 10/29-11/4 Individual Free Estimate ,J.R '
b' : -, MOBUIHOME furnish,1ed. ; M.OOO. ..
claim: .. -
a 2tchg will
.Builder I
AC/CH on lake' I LAKU IINEYA' all
rJ! FIREWOOD 'Vow 'cut. _YOU Leave The Worry L ; (, pay closing costs! on new,
'j p, 4 i':; haul S2S pick-up-truck To Met ,G.n utIIIHe_*.,,$100$16O deposit.per mo- plus Call 473-4732: -2 Si. I BA mm Hwy 21...50' .... sa'.100 with good home .within. walking distance of' Golf., Ream i

'. Ii load. Coil 473-3281., 10/28 Call '" After owner terms..' rt >, Course and schools. '-
-. 473-4l49..10/Jtllchfl. 5P.M.thiH .. .. .. ... "
I Itpd. 473-2562 .r-.. ... JA/V4.: '* : ; ... .9644947*
211 >'u"I.h.ct""oul1tt ( 'lCeyston. Height. R.olty; ;lnc:Mi.S'W :* .J0CkCiJnOy& AssocdthicR.oIorof .

available. Nov.Call 1 473-2433.; on LofceGeneva. tghfi '440 lawronc Bl,"d. 473049& Golf Course 473.7U40 us kmto_HeI.hta' 9U.62.


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I WANTED SERVICES SERVICES '- '_"'''r_* .,- "l .

JOBS Great Income
I.:"11.wln.!. 212 Call, HOME PARK Mobil 6'-4,13; 74.76; 24x36"i 25 cents each,;Used potential. All oc BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete WHITAKirS PAINT CON rtvill rI
homes and for rant. 8'-5.40,9'-4.04; ; 106.99; In printing newspaper. sharpening .service, circular ,

St.. ...... to 8:30 p.m.Ya'll spaces cupations. For Information TRACTOR service. :20-yr.
.7.62: 12'-8.26. We Great for, minor repair
Recreational vehicles
hand carbide
._ ,
o us at ear call: ((312)741-9780) ext. Excellent !
manufacture. Jacksonville experience.
w.lcom. Phone 4682912. lobs, Bradford County
location. chain blade hollow REALTY
n.w 3/lStfn r
9/16 Ifn Call toll' free T.legroph.164.6305.,tfn. 2120. 10/21 2tpd 10/28. reference. Interior, I '
SATURDAY, OCT. 30 9 am'tll SALESPEOPLE ground and balanced. ,
1-800-342-2702. tfn IIAtESTATE :
,5.:,8, miles south of ftISTAURANT.IQUIP'MENT CARPET NEW i USED: Furniture Leave at Jackson Building exterior painting,
,, SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY electric Scholarships available for housewashlng, minorrepairs. j
A 1 1I'
for appliances.Plumb
964.6784.9/09 tin
Stork., pod Hwy 18. Two r.nt. typewriter for sale at unlicensed persons ERA Supply In Stoike. Keytsone I
and Call 964-6997
family Many: items. See MO8ILI HOMES FOR RENT: the Office Shop 110 W. pipes :Faulkner Realty,, 9645065. Heights' or lake Butler. or PHOi4E,964.7776'
.. Itpd 10/28 On. mil. from Stark. city Call St., Starke. $200. BARGAIN CENTER US-301 10/28 rfnVOCATIONAL TFNchg 9645317. 10/21 4tpd 11/11 \ ,

OAIIAGI SAlit Mens. limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. 10X OFFS Victor 120 Heavy So., 964.6679.2/5 tfn : INSTRUCTOR ALCOHOLICS NEED A WATER HOLE OR BEOELIR 205 N. Temple Starkfe
woment and Call 4681323. 10/07Ifn. Duty calculator Office DO-DROP-IN .BARGAIN FISH PONDTWe do drag I TERWILIESRA ,
boby : I It Duties Include: Instruction ANONYMOUS Phone
clothing. Much much KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY Shop, 110 W. Call St.. HOUSES, 301 South of line work. 468-2934 10/21 ..
moral I 631 Francis St.: Rooms for rant at low Starke. 9646740. We buy and 'sell adults In mentally vocational retarded 964.5148 or 9647619. 2tpd 10/28. -.............._..... .IM.-. .._... .

Saturday. 8 a.m. til??? weekly rates. Call Temple ONI ACRI LOT St. Rd. 16 W. I used furniture ,and op-' (Carpentry areas TFchg NEED EXTRA MONEY Interviews Special, TOne
Itpd 10/28 Motel 9647357. 9/16 Michael Gilhooly subdivi pllancei. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED manufacturing pallet SEWING MACHINES are being taken for I year old Brick Home. 3 BR, 2 BA hall|
or buildingIn
'I TVS'Colors REPAIRED All makes
EOW/tfn sion. Facts hard road. !
HOMI INTIilOrS AND related Avon Representatives. Call w/flreplace CH/A!
area) at Sunshine family room ,
Well tank. at 10000. cleaned oiled and adjusted
GIFTS .CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for septic Selling starting
Scratch and
D.nt 782-3068
ala.. Saturday: Oct. 30. rant On Hwy: 16 E. Close $7500. Will take terms. Trade-In's welcome. Phone Acres Work Activity $15. Workguaranteed. Ramona Crapse Skylights. Over an acre In Country Club:
Center, Qualifications 10/28 11/18
From 9:00 to prison. Call 468-1323. 964-5606. 10/07 tfn 9648212.611 tfn : JamesStrickland 4tpd I Estate Assume $52,000 mtg. at 11 '/ % .i
a.m. to 5:00. On
: I ACRES located facing State DENT SALE High school degree, 2 yrs.experience WANT TO LOSE A FEW
tfn. SCRATCH on
Brownl.. Road look for 10/07 Rd. 227. BrookerRd.. in vocational corner MorganRd. POUNDS Or a lot of Total $75,000. Paved Driveway.N.INLN..N.I..IILNN..NNNN'L.N.NN1.1.111.1. :
OC the NICE ROOMS for r.nt. TV new office furniture. Desk and Hwy 16. TFNchg .
A-OF sign. Itpd. 10/28 $14,300 with terms, cabinet secretarial area being taught or AS pounds? I have a fast;" '
and air $50 w..k and filing
p.r 9645606. 10/07 tfn 40 all degree and 1 yr. ex CHAIN LINK FENCE Install safe, inexpensive and HAMPTON LAKE: 112.5 ft, of lake frontage 10 superb
chair. to % way
I Wall to wall up '
YARD SALE up. 964-9992, carpetingCall ask for 23 YEARLING HEIFERS and cost The Office Shop, 110 perience.. Pay $4.25 to ed. Free estimates Handy. offer substantial income brick home w/3 ER. 31A. Fam. Rm., table top stove, double
yearling bull. 10 angus $4.75 hr. Send Man Fence Co. owner dock w/elec. boo 111ft.
St. Starke. per resumeto possibilities. Gainesville oven custom drop.
Sat. 8 Sun W. Call
; Hazel. 9/30 tfn2ROOM' ,
cows, 122 mnth old bull, ; Bob Larimer, Director Tommy Reddish 964-8559. Owner finan
Beautifully landscaped w/sprlnkler
Grlflu loop-SR-IOOE. Look EFFICIENCY In 4851834. 10/14 AC-MAN, SMURFF ACTION 372-2410 10/28 2tpd 1104IAIITTING system.
3tpd Sunshine Acres P. O. Box cing $14',000. Total 2350 ft. Mint Condition)
for lgnt.Approx.( on. Lawt.y. 782-3458 or 10/28. 3-subject composition 98TYPEWRITER'REPAIR : Toddlers and sq.
mil.) Womens, childrant 782.3949.9/30 rfn YOUTHS BEDROOM SIT books $1.19The Office 509. Starke, Florida 32091 Call "Cp. Hot lunches, very conlenient. LITTLE LAKE SANTA FICustom built exclusive

clothes, mist"items.Motorcycle. 2 ROOM KITCHENETTE. Wallto Base trombone, girls Shop liD W. Coll St., or fill out application at the Office Shop 110 W. .( Private home on showpiece on 2 Ac. $110.000. Unsurpassed View)
Sunshine Acr... Rt.West Call St. Stark. for details.
Starke. KINGSLEY LAKIBrlck duplex I40O ft. 90'
wall all
carpeting, clothing percussion 16. I Raiford. 964 6972. Itchg sq. approx.
utilities furnished skates, 7823906. 10/21 PIANO FOR SALE: Take overpayments 10/28 964-5764. tin 10/28 on water 2 BR. 1 BA each. Could be mode Into one home.
964.7184. Underwood 2tchg 1020PERFECTION on Spinet Piano. 2tchg 11/04 GLASS CUT TO ORDERi LOCKSMITH.BURGLAR $120,000. Wond.rfulflShng and swimming.

Mot.l. 10/14 tfnHOUSEKEEPING KEROSENE Can be seen locally. Write JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Pro.lect Doors, windows, .}c. ALARMS: 24 H... Service, IN EICHTItSrCountry Club-Colonial Brick w/bay windows .

*. If78 SUZUKI 100 2300 and simp- HEATERi 50,000 BTU out. Mr Meyer, P.O. Box 207, | Director.BradfordCounty : JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 964.5849 1520 South on 1.7 oc. 3 BR. 2 BA. Fam. Rm., fireplace, CH/A
; Homemaker Loco-
t f mu... $495. Call 473-2214. ing room. TV and Air put.thermostat.With air$175.circulator Schwinn and Carlyl. IL, 62231. 10/14. tionStorke, Florida. SalaryRmng.S5.00$6.70 9646078. Orders also Walnut St., at the Outfit stove, refrlg., D/W, 2-car garage..Assume $40,000 mtg.
Und.rwood Motel, 3 miles LOTS K.y"on.1.lght.! .. taken In Lake Butler at "'/ %. Total SSS.OOO.
Or* 5/20 HnilO 24" boys bicycle, three : per t.... 5/13 tfn >
182 HONDA CB tOO north of Stark. on speed. Excellent condition lake G.n.va area. hour. Hours of Work-24 496-3079 and Keystone IN SiVENTHSVersotllel Frame home, 1900 sq ft,

wH Custom. Excellent condl- Highway 301.9/16 tfn $50. Call 9647076. 10/28 100x150. Zoned permanent hours per week. General Heights 473.4973.2/26 tin HOMESFOR w/detached garage, rental home B MH spaces ((4 hookups ,

362'tion.. Adult owned. $2600. NEAR SHOPPING: 3 BR 1 2tpd 1104SYLVANIA or mobile home. Responsibilities Responsible BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ) 4 4 ac. Stern Road. S7S,000.

473.3578.itpd 10/28 Bath CB home, stove, PORTABLE TV High and dry, wooded. for,overall management SERVICE: Bradford County SALE IN FIFTIES Five Oaks-Attractive brick 3 n, 2 BA. LR,

O '78 HONDA CM1S5eei refrigerator, laundryroom with stand Very good $1,995 full price. Owner supervision and coor residential pump-outs. DR, Fam. Rm. w/flreplace and ceiling fan. Range, relrig,

(. Twlnitar. Low' mileage. ,, carport- nice .hap., $150. 964-5747. will finance $95 down dination of all protect activities $50. We also re-lay drain enc. garage. Assume mtg. 13/4'., Owner will take 2nd
Runt great.. Asking $450. neighborhood. $225 p.r Itchg 10/28 and staff and lines Phone 964-8121. REMODELED Like new,
atnc $42.48 per month 5 toassure mtg. Total JSS.600. Near Country Club.
mo., first last security TWO MATCHING TWIN three bedrooms, I1/
Hat Call 9648360.
nod.: trailer. deposit. No pets.468-1509. BEDS Bedspreads and years at 12% Call compliance with all 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL lake Butler BR, 1 BA brick w/garage and 20x40 carport
curtains baths double carport big
3 Itpd 10/28 applicable regulations, instructions Car Cleaning
10/282tpd 11/04 matching carpet and 9647642. Itchq 10/28 on 2 oc. Great location SSS.SOO. Financing.IN .
and front porch back porch.
loZ I -V lOt N.WESTMORELAND ST.i padding two nit. stands, E. T. IS HEREI11 I f I Pens, policies Service.' Cleaned lot. 29900. Will FORTIES-.Seorlna St.-3 BR, 2 BA. CB. Lg. LR. eat-In kitchen

LOST/FOUND Three bedroom house, 1 1'A 1'ton condenser A/C. posters, jewelry party which govern the washed, vacuumed Large CH/A. Closed porch carport nice lot. $43,300.I1SO .

JJC baths. $275 mo., first and Best offer. Call Thurs.-Frl., goods, key chains, pencils. Homemaker Project sanitized and deodorized, finance. Ph. 9644501. I Itpd Clark SI.-Brlek 3 n, 1'/, BA LR, den, fireplace,,

A REWARD Lost tmall beagle last r.nt, $100 depoilt. 10 a.m. ill 7 p.m. 9645217. The Office Shop 110 W. Dsslroable Qualifications, : $7.00 pick-up and 10/28 patio, B-B-Que grill. 41900. Nearly Mew*
\tt In vicinity of US-301 S. Tattooed -, Children w.lcom. If ins Great' buyl Itpd 10/28 Call St., Starke. 9645764. Degree yearsof delivered or your place : .Cypress St.4 BR, 2 BA Fern. Rm., cov'rd, patio, Ig.
BOAT MOTOR TRAILER: professional experiencein Screen porch on 2 acres.Carpeted .
terested. 1.797.7862 offerS Call 964-7226. ask for Dennls.
6598. lot.
In $43,900.
ear. beautifully landscaped
Also three burner camping a community services, lots of ..tro'..
10L r.9647512. 10/21 fin p.nt. 10/282tchg 11/04 stove with bottle. Also MOBILE social services, or 12/10 tinFAMILY ......nt Rd-Nlce corner lot 3 BR. 2 BA CB. CH/A, Co,.
gas aging 32500. 964 8727. 10/28
LOST Mal. Walker Hound: shed. 47900.
md.. stainless steel water HOMES health related program. 4tchg 11/18 part Ig. lighted
A:1 Whit. with I.mon brown' mobile, cooler. Can be seen at Experience may be lawtey-3 BR. 1 BA frame CH/A garage, lac, S.9,000
<\ tpott. Lost In vicinity oft Theressa area off SR-18. BAM Generator Shop 238E. FOR SALECOMMUNITY substituted on a year-far- 144 W. Call St. IN THIRTIESAII with cent heat 4 air

Hampton area. 468-1420? 468.1980.10/28 2tpd 11/04 Washington St. Itpd year basis for the collegerequirements 964-7303 Bradford Vlllas-low main adult community, 2 BR, 1 I" .

eb' 964-7758.: llpd 10/28 FURNISHED two bedroom 10/28 MOBILE Special Open For Lease BA. Charm comfort quality. $31.000.Forsyth .
; FOUND: M.rcury Outboard house. Newly painted. PLAYPEN $25, excellent T.W.tF. til 5:30
Qualifications: Resident of Road-MH-2, 1'/, BA S IB trees S
HOMES Factory own.dand on ac. pecan ;
1/i Ft.
Reasonable. 2.000
Cover Near Hampton. W/W carpet. condition; baby swing, $5. Bradford bondableand Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM Sq. Building
473-4479. Itpd 10/28 No childr.n-No pets. Ph. Walkers $2. Call 7823120. operated. Single- County til On US.301 South peach; 2 apple and grape arbor. $38,000.
miID tlJ3 OSTi Gas Tank Cover. 964-5464. 10/28 tin 1 llchg 10/28 wide* starting at $7995, have a valid Florida Sot. 9 AM 3 PM Call 964-6020 Off Crawford Rd-lawtey( area) 3 BR, 2 BA frame/itucco,

Dodg. Aspen.: Reward. .12 X 60 MOBILE HOME Two 19S2 14x70 FLEETWOOD doublewides starting at drivers license. To Apply: AppointmentsNot Ig. CB workshop on one ac, lot. Assume $15000 mtg. h

83'01 ',473-3457.. Itchg 10/28 bedroom, partially furnish Mobile home. Three 13995. US-301 N. Starke. Submit a Resume to-SREC., Always Necessary ((9%) S3S.500. Quiet setting.
I ed. Crawford Rd. 964-5210 bedrooms. Completely 9648741. 10/14 tfn Inc.r Personnel Deportment 1/7 IfnIAIYSITTING. UNDER $25.000-2 BR, 1 BA frame on dead end street,

:" after 5 p.m. $175 month, electric. $3500 down and 12 X 70:3 8R, 2 BA expando ,. P. ip Box 70, Live Toddlers and SI*,000. Terms. t

BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES first, last $100 damage take over payments of living room, fireplace, central Oak, Florida 32060. Closing up. 7 a,m. to 6 p.m. Will .1 3/4 Acres of land-724 Alton Rd. Frame home 3 BR,, 1
$185 month. Call 9644166. ,,patea November 5. pick-up MOBILE'I HOME I II
from '
school. Call
I deposit. Itchg 10/28 1tpd 1028DESIRABLI ,, airs Excellent condl. 1943 OPPORTUNITY BA Across from Herculet. $2,4.200.. .... .' ,..
.,. .. ONC BEDROOM furnished lOT tlon. Brooker-485-184Tv': Hn SERVICE POUSJOOfiMf .Nt SBRiSAham.w/scrn'dpo'choneern.sb4Con' I ,
.WOODED many 1049eta '
,, I EMPLOYER. Itchg ,.. ... "
'' : and: lilt"' ,_.CHILOCAUJN'MYHOMt-:: "
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; y9R/v CorJr.WCI "*. ve-rVlehfto U4OOO. "r
,OWN".OUR OWN JEAN. f One ocreTrt'or" ? xRdYr"j9000'$64.5733; I I ".rl'thlii ;j
SPORTSWEAR InfodlrPr.t..n .. X.Calf'9M.67, I' toiler 5 p.m.: Estates. $7.000. 964-4278.;' Itpd 10/28' First aid. graduate ages 3 Mobile Home-Family rm. add.d. Some furniture. On
160.00 I I I II
1tchg 1028UNFURNISHED 10/28 4tchg 11/18 to 5 yrs. Personalized attention
fenced lot. Privacy{ $22.500.-! : -
ladles -
or Apparel I
........i>'Store. apartment MARR'S FURNITURE STORES snacks, lunch
- Offering all nationally one bedroom. $125-$150; 110 E. Call ...tra'.. EI .
known brands two bedroom, $175; unfurnished $175; couch St.and 3-pe.chair couch, $60; HELP WANTED per games week.many 9644196. 10/07$40 I I e1.. ...............................................................BR I

such as Jordache, Chic house, $175, full size bed $60; platform apeciaiBROWNLEE I
Lee, levl.' Vanderbllt RD-At Ion* It Is possible to have a :
964-7571.10/21 3tpd 1104FURNISHED rockers, $25; console TV,
Calvin' Klein: Wrangler IKE'S SAW 4iM 117 'WaldoRealtor' :' ranchette in an excellent location You
APARTMENTS $75; BSW radios, $8; Breakfast. Short Order Cook can :
200 other brands. I Ii I buy as little. as 3 for S3,OOO /
over one and two bedrooms. lamps; stereos; toys: adding MOWER SHOPS. ,, ,- acres on acre with :
$7,900 to $16.500 Includ. Most utilities furnished. No machine and lots of Year Round Work. ( Walnut-Acress fromShuford with terms better, or you can buy as much as 50 acres I|

beginning Inventory airfare pets. 964-8071. Itpd 10/23 other misc. Items Itchg Chevron) ..................terms...........................................N'C
for on. to Fashion 3 BEDROOM 1'A BATH 10/28 Experienced Only Apply. SALES SERVICE VACUUM
Canter, training.'fixtures,. Central heat/air stove, 73 MERCURY MARQUIS:
.Ugrdnd" opening'promo refrlg. $260 mo. First, last .Runs good looks good. Camp Blanding Service Club Chain Saws i lawn SALE
lion'. Call ,Mr. Loughlin In advance. 964.5904 Can b. seen at 712 BridgesSt. Mowers Classified Ads' Call Montez

((612)) 8351304. Itpd 10/28 before 6 p.m. 1 ttchg 10/28 10/28. 9648176.$800.. Itpd A Good job If You Qualify NEW sit USED Get Results 964.6305
a ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY 'I HIGHLY FERTILIZED ArgentlaBahia 533.2050 % We Finance Our Own
COTTAGE Utilities fur..' uI
{ "' : hay. J. M. Edwards.Ph. Itchg 10178 k c KIRBYS
esul 'nlshed$200 month. South 964-5379. 10/28 2tpd
1009647255. 10/28 2tchg 11/04 ROYALS

Y f'aip3 9 1 BR?'With CH/Ai.l Approx. FOR SALE In time for that : .. .,3,Ii; ELECTROLUX
.ft. 9645289. Inexpensive' Christmas '
,,2000, *q. .Call
Several HomesLawtey FILTER QUEENS 1.2 & 3 Bedroom
gift. Come Apts.
see us today
oi uoY s I ? To ttl Y \Hc 'R,10/,58, longchamp ft .
The Office Shop 110 W. Enterprises Associates- Area S25,500 ft Up. SEARS'Also From '150' to 297"
Cl ssf/fed.Ads Call St. 9645764. Inc. Have Acreage COMMERCIAL

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Ii I:;, !! FSP Inmate Found Guilty of Stabbing loy ,' ,,,."'::. 1 1r" Ii ,

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I Correctional Officer : i iRan
Death of : iSBa Fard
J took death row,a fact which was to be kept ing C O. Browne. :I rr :im1
A three man, nine woman jury In Knight's trial Knight ask for approximate :
W of from the jury
only 38 minutes to reach a verdict A answers then pressed for exacts J.SelectFrom
in May year.
1 murder in the
guilty of first degree declared in the May trial Judge Chance often asked Knight to
trial of inmate Askari Abdullah mistrial was had the ask relevant questions and to ask Jer : --- --- ---
Muhammad in Bradford County Circuit when the jurors supposedly article questions that have not been asked ,--
to a newspaper
Court Oct. 26. opportunity and answered before.
.' Muhammad, formerly Thomas concerning the trial. The jury selection scheduled for ,
l Knight,was found guilty of the stabbing Burke was stabted 13 times repeatedly) as he Oct. 19 had to be continued into 13 to
death of Correctional Officer (approximately of the
;j escorted Knight to the showers Oct. 12 Wednesday since only 34 called
;! Richard Burke, 48, of Orange 100 prospective jurors showed up on
The control panel operator
Ii, Oct. 12, 1980 at Florida State Prison. on Roger R-wing.Browne heard Burke call for Tuesday During the evening the
statement by
During the opening and saw Knight with a deputies were busy serving another
Assistant State Attorney Thomas help stabbing at 100 supeoneas for jury call Wednes-
Elwell he said he would present three homemade. weapon day afternoon.
eyewitnesses to the stabbing and at no Burke. The trial continued Monday and
After Browne called for help Sgt. Model No. 3299
Muhammad, who
time did onto the floor and Tuesday of this week with the jury
Owens came
represented himself, refutiate that the defendent making stabbing coming in with their verdict at 3 p.m.
claim. saw Burke. Burke was the first correctional of- ..
of '
motions to the body "
Judge Chester B.Chance scheduled Officer Harold Brewer ficer killed at FSP since it opened In :
sentencing for Nov. 4. Muhammad, Correctional Since his death all inmates
1961. are
the call for help,ar-
will also responded to
his T.T.
who legally changed handcuffed when they are moved
behind Owens.
either the death penalty or a riving on the wing :
receive from their cells for any reason. [
and heard Burke scream- I
life prison sentence with no possibility Brewer saw .. -Jii
of parole until 25 years have been ing for help with the defendent over Throughout the six day trial the I I

served. him.Only inmate at the time is takento defendent conducted his own defense '
one '
has been
he i
1975 -
Since April
ask advice
the and declined to any of v
awaiting execution for murdering a the showers, according in the to corridor Assistant Public Defender Rick "',.,..... or, I
witnesses only Knight was
March, 1981 a
in 1974.
Miami couple
federal district court judge issued a at the time of the stabbing. Replogle, who was appointed as ,.
stay of execution for Knight who Knight (Muhammad and ) was in very his standby A prison counsel.employee testified Mondaythat : i
slow, deliberate repetitive
claimed that he was Inadequately ;
Knight had made a threatening I $
I his court-appointed cross examination of the witness as '
represented A new death warrant for well as his opening and closing.Assis- statement on the day of the murder $619500
attorney. tant Attorney Elwell said it was an when he was not allowed to see a
Knight has not been signed. :
visitor because he had refused to
he "exercise in patience. Knight spent ,
The defendent told the jury was
shave as required by prison rules.
j not guilty just because he was .on the better part of two days question-

82', Bronco '',83 F15O4x4 :

I Case Against Daniel Summer Dismissed I IThe "Lariat" Loaded 117" #3305 !

Daniel Charles ,.determine was the fact that Mrs. dismiss the case and the judge had no ((2-82 4)83's3215 ((14 to select from) i
case against Reynolds died prior to the fire star- choice under the law but to dismissthe
Summer was dismissed by the court She had smoke in her lungs. case, according to Elwell.
ting. no
October 11, according to Assistant This is an unfortunate occurrence;;
Mrs. Reynolds did have numerous $899500
State Attorney Tom well.Summer's $1 3 200
arrested in bruises was some of her teeth were loosen. She is not meant to be taken that Sumnerdid ,
for the
February of this year aggravated did not kill Cathy ,
or Reynolds ,
and of had been to a local dentist prior to her .
battery of arson Starke death and told him she had been in a. there is no evidence that he did, according I ;
Catherine Sue Reynolds to Investigator Wiley Clark.
whose body was found in her trailer wreck. '
Van"Loaded" .I
The state attorney could find no 83 E15O
February 4.Pathologists evidence after a lengthy investigationby Mrs.- Reynolds' child, who lived 82 Escort
Dr. Joseph Davis of with her, is now in the care of the
office and the sheriff's
Miami and Dr. William Hamilton of that depart- #3296 ;
in Tennessee. ;
Gainesville could not after many ment to substantuate that she had. Summers is residing in Duval Coun ,4 Dr. #3959
been beaten in wreck.As
or was a car
months of study provide the state at- a result of the above the defense ty. He was represented by attorney demo to select to select from "
death.torney's The office only with thing the they cause could of attorney properly filed, a motion to Henry Coxe III of Jacksonville. < : ((3 82 s ((9

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I News Briefs [: : OO $999500

Accident At Handy on Way SR-1G Drive Money Sheriff to Returns CountyThe In Accidents Parking In Lots Starke, 82 & '83 Crown Victoria's

Charles Atlas Crawford charged
was -
Bradford County Sheriff's Office Robert Frank Jordan of Starke, ,>
revolked with driving,and violation while his of right license of was returned $15,873.32 to the Boardof driving a 1981 Chevrolet pickup,backed .., to select I from
in an accident Oct. 23 on SR-16. way County Commissioners October 15. into an unoccupied pickup 'Oct.')IN'pin ((5 ) ... (
The amount is the unexpendedfunds
the Courthouse parking lot.
Crawford of 1974
Lawtey driving a
of the 1981-82 operating sheriff's Damage to the Chevrolet was $25.
Dodge, going east SR-16 west
was on
of Starke. As Crawford attempted to budget,according to Sheriff Dolph E. Damage to the parked 1893 Ford S Discounted S
turn into the Handy-Way Store he Reddish. pickup was $1,000, according to Cap-
The total operating budget for fiscal tain Scotty Rhoden.
pulled into the path of a westbound
81-82 $ amount
year was
vehicle, a 1981 Chevrolet. ,0397
refunded-unspent is of that
Damage to the Chevrolet,driven by amount.
Bobbie W. Harden of Lake Butler,
According to Sheriff Reddish'srecollection
was$2,800. Damage to the Dodge was .
/ .
this is the single largest I- 1
$300, according to Trooper William
amount of budgeted monies returned. j
There are many reasons for the 1 1 : 1
Bond for the DWLR charge was set
above of which is
; one very stringent
at$100. Crawford was released on his
.. own recognizance. spending department procedures said Reddish.outlined by this As adults grow older less .:mbitev ;Let ;US ;Qlf-you ftii&jpxs$$JN$&it

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ObituariesPatricia t ."" .,"" '''' "' ; liigjt: n i 4 f f

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our customers! }

II. Lamb

Miss Patricia H. Lamb 73, of '
Starke died Thursday morning, Oct. 81 Bronco Lariat $ )
21, in Bradford County Hospital 9 9 95)lro)

following Born in a Sussex short illness., New Brunswick, Bulldog ((4x4)) 302 4 speed overdrive, air .'. . ... h x t

Canada from Daytona Miss Lamb Beach moved over four to Starke years '81 Bronco ((4x4)) $ -1 a o",

ago.She was a part time saleslady of the atStan's $ Party O,295;

First United Bootery Methodist and a member Church. 300 six, 4 speed, air, glass. . B

Dorothy Survivors G. Kunig include of two Starke sisters and, Mrs.Mrs. STARKE '81 Chew. Corvette

Irene McDonald of Fredrerktion, 8 9'5f0'i

brother New Brunswick Kenneth, Lamb Canada of Moncton and one, 9,000 miles, loaded, white/white . . I i

New Funeral Brunswick services, Canada.were held Mon- Golf & Country '82 Escort 2 dr $ '

day,Oct.25, at 11:00: a.m.in the First : j 549500
Church with Rev.
,: Warren United Methodist D. Langer, pastor of- ClubNovember "Loaded" "SS" Model. . ,. . . . -
-: ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake '
i Cemetery under the direction of 81 Escort Wagon
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. 8 $499500

1 6 1982 -Ld d" ;. . .

Mrs. Kate D.Sheppard '80 Plymouth Volare $
5OO pm till 4 295.00 i

Mrs. Kate D. Sheppard, 83, of Wagon, One Owner, Clean!. .. .
Brunswick, Ga. died Friday, Oct. 15 "
In Baptist Village Memorial Hospital, Raw Bar Boiled Shrimp 0 I
Waycross. Ga. following a sudden illness. i 79 Mark IV 8895

". Born in Ft. White, Florida, Mrs. Oystery on half Like New. . .. : ... . .. . . ,
Sheppard had lived in Brunswick for SS
the last four years moving there '
from Starke.She was a retired school 78 XR7 Cougars'
teacher and a member of the First Shell $3995

Baptist Church of Starke. Sunroof, loaded, black/black. .,, ?."' ; . .
Survivors include two sons Miles
: Sheppard of Brunswick Ga. and Ed- Clam Chowder a;
win Sheppard of Demopolis Ala. and Come See Clyde Byron, blarney, Bill
four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2:00: '
P.M. Monday Oct. 18, in DeWitt C. 'S Fried or Boiled $095 ,, 1
Jones Chapel<<: with Rev. Ben P. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS.k k
Bryant officiating. Burial was In Shrimp Dinner .. . . ... u '
Lake Cemetery under the -.
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Includts Salad Bar,Potato A Husk Puppies 1 .

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