Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1981
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>.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01418
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Expected high today (Thursday.Nov. 12) Is for 71,There degrees will be northeasterly Society' .. ..... ........Panes,.'A
week and 23 degrees lower than Oct. 1. .
than,last Sports. ...Fe,M 12.13.t4ft.UA. ?
winds blowing at 12 mues per hour.Forecast

Friday through Sunday, Nov. 13-10, calls for fair and dry Pop WarnerHomecoming.. ... ...,...Page,UA
weather.On .
Nov. 10 the Louis Hill fire tower at Highland received 20/100 Inchesof

rain and Santa Fe tower at Hampton Lake received and Santa 1.2 Fe inches received of rain.1.2 Obits SECTION.. ..Bt... ..........Page SB '
On Nov. 11 Louis HW received 1.7 inches of SR-100 west of Briefs...... ..... .. Page. 4lass s
Inches the Department of Forestry headquarters on Classifieds. .......Jag. .

St&rko.The 50 states-year average of rainfall, for Bradford County is 58.42 Inches.The Levels... ...... .........Page 10J.11B 9sCorr.sp.ndena.Pages ..' I'II> t t The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenlOlrdYrar

month of November is short a 1/3 Inches and the month of December is t ".... .' ., ': STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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3.40 inches short the Department of Forestry. headquarters on SR-100 Ch.erlead.rs..Page Pop lIE 15th Issue Thursday November 12 1981 LISPS 062-700

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movement was made in a3Vihour decision, including 10 days in which
bargaining session when the the two bargaining teams are
:Tfi T\\ negotiating teams of the county ly date on how other counties hand

.t.. with school board federal and teacher special union master met terminal Once the pay.special master makes his

.' I. .,. Wednesday a Nov. 11. recommendation for a decision the
:/ teams must meet to
two bargaining
i :' \, ...','- ,.:J;,A"".% "The school board team has not see if they can agree on that decision.If .

fi ; bargained in good faith," said so, fine. If not, the superintendenthas
,-. spokesman Julie Miller for the Bradford S-10 days to make his recommen-
Education Association. Mrs. dation to the school board.
Miller BEA president believes the The state's negotiations law then
administration is holding back requires a public hearing on the
monies which could go toward superintendent's recommendation.The .
4 teacher salaries. final decision will be made by the
F-- f't I I Distributing new summaries of school board representing the publicas
t budget information heretofore not a legislative body and, supposedly
made available to the BEA, the school making a decision in the best interest'
viLJ&i4t ; board team made an effort Wednes- of the public.
day morning to justify its claim that Teacher negotiations have been at
no more money is available for impasse here since Aug. 5 when the
L JA' teacher salaries this year. The ad- BEA declared impasse. Federal

r ,_ t; / ministration tfiam declared the school mediator Nate Kazin met Oct. 5 with
:1 t board is offering teachers their fair the bargaining units but there was no
share of new monies coming into the movement on the same issues.
county. The administration called in the
iii Teachers have been offered an federal mediator in an effort to get
$1,100 increase including$565 in man- the pay raises to teachers as soon as
dated Social Security and retirement possible said Supt. Tom Casey.
increases cutting their real increaseto Both sides had ample opportunity to
some$455. BEA is asking for$1,500 explain their sides to Special Master
Increase in teacher pay. Mark I. Lurie an attorney from Hobe
'There is $447,287 in new monies in Sound, FL who Is an arbitrator for the
the current school budget the board Federal Mediation and Colciliation
ii team said, of which $245,000 has been Service and the American Arbitration
offered to the teachers. The teachers Association. Lurie has been an ar-'
$1.500 raise would be a $348,000 bitrator for five years and has work
package. The BEA team believes ed with many school boards, he said.
there Is $717,952 in new monies com "At not time during our bargainingdid
l 1 ti ,r p ,, r yfa 1 ing to the school board In 1981-82. the board show inteznt to bargainIn'
1 Two other issues are insurance and} 'good faith." said BEA President
Joo'; ;.'-of 'Mh are asking for a guarantee 01100 percent the special master Wednesday
These Nine Earned the'Top Academic Grades at BHS... |- ,,: of medical insurance i payments morning.
1: Richard Tralnor. Michelle Sllllwell. VUfWe Carver (top),. Handy Parado, for employees. < 'The school board team entered thebargaining
earned for the first six-week grading
The e'nine students Michelle Debbie Koark.and St phanleRedding M\PK The school board currently pays )Of with mind but the
..' period at Iiradford.4flgh ebool.They, arer> Karen Thorpe, Gina| Ua..., jKlmulls. : ; an open
.,_ percent otthe employee'insurance. .,.iegc: 4rnt0ttlttledto'aetppt<<; :::: the ad:
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. iMFIi.M. '''.'' ) ,.' j .O\''' V''70 :\1 1..Tt7. ldl. "" *< -yw .1. I.". !It; ij. but hat:'mused to guarantee that in ministration's explanation that of the-
; '- '- the future if the premiums increase, school system's financial situation

1 : at BUS Teachers are asking for 100 percentof but chose to ignore the bargaining
9 of l.OOO Earn Straight-A's: accrued sick leave upon retirement of team's Forbes explantions Labor Relations, said Tom Inc.Forbes of Ft.
after 13 experience as
i years the school board'sbargaining
Raiford.: Parado is English home economics, and Steven Jones,: Victor Letts Stuart pay.'The school board currently pays Lauderdale Forbes said the
Just nine;of, more than 1,000 Romeo Parado of math. Pauley Donna Tyler.Sophomores 50 percent with no limit. The board agent.
American advanced board team has bargained good
enrolled in history
students at Bradford High School team,offered to pay 100 percent of
earned stralght-A's for the first six English, library aide ISR.- : Lee Ann Flynn, unused sick leave for 1982 only but faith, but the teacher union has taken

weeks grading period which ended humanities Karen Thorpe, and chemistry.daughter of Mr. and A-B honor roll by grade: Tomothy Gonzalez, Lari Ann Johns the BEA did not agree to that offer. the position their jpoint that unless of view the the board board accepts is-
.Oct. 6.The.' George Levasser Debra Lloyd As a final offer Wednesday morning
nine students include five Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Miss Seniors Tina Thomas Paladino Thersa Ricks the BEA negotiators offered to not bargaining in good faith
: Best. Angela research
is enrolled in beginning shorthand Tom Fackender a
seniors, one Junior, two sophomores Thorpe law studies Boyett Valeria Brown. Tammy N.ney.Roberts. Darrell Wagner. give up their requests on insuranceand for the Florida Education
advanced English specialist
less than one retirement If the
and one freshman are Valerie Martin sick leave pay at
Hightower data
percent of the student body, art II, humanities and independentart. Hunter Paula Joiner Cathy Martin. Freshmen : school board team would agree to the Association-United, presented
Mona for the BEA bargaining team showing
/ Forty-eight more BUS students Alldredge, Kimberly Cogdill, $1,500 salary increase.
and Julia Pendarvis. Thomas Powell. less than
of Mr. teachers are paid
Richard Trainer, son Bradford .
the A-B honor roll by Rosaland Len- Board 'Tom Forbes
; earned)places on Amy Starling, Richard Sullivan Wen- Crews Phillip Crews negotiator counties.
of Starke. in surrounding
less than B.Stralght Mrs. Ronald Trainor Tonia Parks answered the offer in his teachers
making no grade dall Chuck Williams. non, Heather O'Steen never really .
Tomlinson school board has chosen to
,Trainor is enrolled In applied math Sheila Patel. Tanja Rigby, .'Amy closing statement. If the
band law studies psychology assess the 1.6 mills of property taxesit
-A students are; Roark, Dawn Scott Sue Smith
t English and world history. Juniors: Susan Alvarez Suzanne The special master has until Dec. 15 has the authority to do their would
Donald Thornton Greg Wilkinson
Ball Edward Crews. Lori Ann Flynn. .
to deliver his recommendation for a $224,000 additional dollars.
SeniorsiVickie Herbert Hawkins, David Jones, Melanie Wood. The Bradford
Carver daughter of Mr. and Juniors: Fackender pointed out.
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of Mr. school board, he said has traditionally
Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke. Miss Deborah Roark, daughter
r Is enrolled in art, advanced and Mrs. George Tomasovitch of the levied only the minimum required
f i humanities.English' typing 1SR II, (journalism Independent II, Lawtey shorthand area. Miss advanced Roark Is American enrolledin 301 South Concrete Plant IA ]Plan FizzlesIn school the funds Florida necessary Education to participatein Finance

Research). history plane geometry, typing I, advanced Program. Most other school boards
Science. Gina Lane daughter of Mr.' and English and chemistry. special exception granted by the Several of these vacancies still remain the proposed plant said "the deal| make a greater effort to fund schools

;Mrs.Ted Lane of Starke. Miss Lane is Bradford County Board of County unfilled.In went sour on us. he said.
;enrolled In applied math advanced Sophomores: Commissioners to allow construction granting the special exception, Cardin said that present high In- Mrs. Miller said the BEA
:-English,' law studies Spanish III. Michelle Kimutis. daughter of Mr. of a concrete plant on industriallyzoned the Commission set time limits on terest rates made construction of the negotiators needs time to study the
French IV teacher aide. and Mrs. Edward Kimutis of Starke. property south of Starke ex- three phases of progress toward con- plant unfeasible, and another factor new financial information handed out
: Randy Parade eon of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Kimutis Is enrolled In biology pired October 21. and the site has struction of the concrete plant. The was fire damage to his septic tank Wednesday by Forbes and Casey.
world history plane geormetry automatically reverted to I (heavy industry -> Commission's conditions were: operation on U.S. 301 South during the Forbes said the information had been
chorus,advanced English, and typing ) according to Zoning Director summer. He is temporarily out of (the summarized from the current budgetby
I. L.M. Gaines. I. The applicants for the special exception pro-cast operation Cardin said, and he and Casey working late Tues-

Michelle Stilwell daughter of Mr. The special exception for the plant must apply to DER hasn't decided what the future of his day night, that the information had
and Mrs. Lloyd Stilwell of Graham. by the Commission last ( Department of Environmental septic tank business will be. not been available to the BEA any
4 Miss Stilwell is enrolled in advanced .June was granted after overruling recommendations Regulation within 90 days for a per- "I would have been the main principal sooner. In fact, Forbes said the typingof

English typing I, Journallsh I, from the County Zoning Board mit to operate. in the proposed batch plant the information was being finished
: biology algebra II, an ., and also the Board of Adjustment for 2.. Said permit must be obtained operation:' Cardin said. His septic as the bargaining meeting started
denial of the concrete plant request. from DER during the next 90 days tank plant would have used a large Wednesday.
Freshmen: following application. percentage of the concrete plant output Explaining the budget information
Stephanie Redding;daughter of Mr. The Commission's.action resultedin he added and its loss was a factor Supt. Casey took pains to explain his
and Mrs. Lonnie Redding Jr. of the resignation of five members 3. Construction of plant must begin in failure to go ahead with the figures are based on 234 teachers
Theressa. Miss Redding is enrolled in from the seven-member Zoning within 180 days from date of approvalof plans, Cardin added. that others, such as teachers In
.d advanced civics, physical education Board and two members from the special exception Scott Whitehead and Ronnie federal programs and special education
modern science methods advanced five-member: Board. of Adjustment. Steve Cardin one of the principals Newman were also parties in the action are not included. The BEA had
to obtain the special exception on said that Casey was figuring in
the U.S. 301 South property, allowing teachers not paid by the state's
construction of the plant., general education FEFP program,
The project was strongly opposedby but under special funding. '
'.. Nov. Pecan Auction Set Today at Market many residents of Deerwood Subdivision Bradford teachers are ranked 44th
I FIRST PECAN and the Lincoln City settle in the state in pay they receive but are
,AUCTION nent/both of which were in close proKimity 65th In the state funding program,
|1'p.m. Farmers Market The first pecan auction of the fall is Some southeastern states are expecting Nuts should arrive the market to the plant.Pigeons Casey pointed out in an effort to show
set today (Thursday Nov. 12) starting a.harvest.up to 80 percenthigher between 8 ..m. .nd"DOOn for the the administration is making .a
FRIDAY. Nov. 11-, at 1 p.m. at the Starke State than last year, but the volume weigh-in and should IMf contained Inserviceable greater than average effort to pay its
IHS ACCREDITATION Farmer's: Market. here win be only iate;....!faeut like last bags. No aiowd teachers. Casey also pointed that
REPORT:1p.m. year?.Alton says. or paper bags will be Bradford students receive. only 95.62
:a but 'The public to' invited to the marketto Safe FTE funding
Prediction here Is. for a fair crop In percent the $1.238,99
auction the
It is
SATURDAY.. NOV.' .14". lower prices than last year due toIa..e buy small Iota ot.abut must state. the only- pecan In Lawtey per students or $1,185, which lessensthe
UDleaaliee Md and bonded.
t. that : ability of the Bradford school
yMONDAY. crops in other areas) are Hagen Auctions are planned each Thursday Permission to shoot pigeons fouling
JJt (New ) will
.:.... NOV. 14 sending pecans and other nuts into ky Wabswright board to pay higher salaries.
.. Thanksgiving Day as the fir.llatlon?
be on the market buying and except up is
.RADPORDCOUNTY'SCHOOL pecans million budget
Bobby The$7.9 operating
this area,says Market Manager the of nuts hold out.RpsierMassey said Lit and
BOARD Allen. also cracking pecaa&for the public. long as volume "No. Phillips clearly tight, said Casey pointing to only a
loudly, his first words spoken at the
$35,000 reserve fund. Forbes said the
7pm.; two hour Lawtey council meeting. A
county (school district) Is currently

:,....STARKB TUESDAY.COUNCIL NOV. !W "J'' Race. Ori1v:One in Lawtey, Jordan's cowl appeared face even on Police before Chief Fire M.M.Chief 79 and students can lost short up to of 89183.its student But count Supt.Casey .

BID Crowe finished asking an aside confidence he
Meets. 71 00 p.m. ke closed]bU fire said expressed
unopposed this year are as report. make the FTE shortage by ex,
Former councilman Wayne E. Massey.43year.M disabled; Running "Don't' ,sheet those'' pigeons. said can up
NOV IS has served s the city Clerk Lucille Shuford who has served pending some instructional courses.
WEDMeSpAY. Massey has qualified to run for the veteran yean on Phillips, the city maintenance man
Group, 1 post against Incumbent.. councilmictrfttiatt term iq 1978,, years. Police Chief Millard Jordanwho :who fee the ,A new truck driver Instructor has Just
,, ., has served 20 yean, and City cares pigeons. been hired which will replace about
.."THUR3DAY.Itey.l}", : Mayor Marvin Rosier the upcoming : and In 19711'60.' Cha.t_ 4.u Craaae-asked. what
It OLD FASHIONED.?:, Dec,a Lawtey election,. ...'. ..',. 01" "Rosier; 'wtkoVowtwiatnxl operates Commissioners BusterDemeU term whohas'served. .co.M be dean thcnr. __ l/4th of the _,113 shortage'oJ Casey
Rosier Nye: baa serrr'ed .* yeanwphm said. .i..riThe .
; .
COUNTRY BAZAAR .Jerdasi said he will supply-wire to
Methodist Fellowhlp Hall Massey put his name c&the'ballot' 10 yean,....... onaeUeight con- .yean ago and RobertScott.. ;the dean ex-. c....up the eaves of the fire station... special master said he couldnot
*' of 1 the council wttn-"J yean absorb all the financial information
ecwtive> ndneHprior term.He ,
1 a m.to 4 p.m. Just 10 minutes before qualifying closed yean 'o..1: U the pigeon, now
perience. Lawtey.efOeials.rserftwo supplied by the board team that
also' chill lunch is the prewnt ijyaai of Lawtey.. a .
Is .nlttr.hcI..I
at noon Oct. so.:It the only race: : ,PlaIWp' .
.. morning."t" _
terms. Wednesday
bAta quickly -
11 s.m.1, P.". !.. ,'on' 'the" Dec. 8 balk. >" '** ''POKltioa hate 7.79. year .

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\ TELEGRAPII November iz,1981

-. ,- .. ..--.--p...:.; Visiting Committee., Studies,
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Commission Hears ,. '

.' Bradford Re-accreditation

MeasuresSome A Visiting Committee of the the 10 year eu-study In November for reaccrdiUtion 1980. Every<
Energy began
Southern Associate of Colleges and member is .assigned/ to a
TPt faculty
Schools arriveti Wednesday, Nov. 11, General Area and a Subject Area
lI4r for an in-depth study for a to)-year re- .
| 7 t. accreditation of Bradford High Committee.The uses an Evaluative
18 percent of the Starke's be continuously updated to track problems School. checklist from the National
operating budget Is spent directly on and for observing the results of T-h The committee will give its final Criteria for School Evaluation to
fuel of different types- electricity, conservatism measures. report of its findings tomorrow (Fri Center status of the various school
\ reflect
natural gas diesel and gasoline, say Improve the return air system In '1 lees day, Nov. 13) at 2 p.m. In tin BHS The checklist does not
Doug Hornbeck, energy planner for city hall. A large, but undetermined, auditorium. The pubic is invited. departments.the requirement for
the North Central Florida Regional amount of the 120,000 KWH/year elec. School schedules will be adjusted prescribe the accreditation standards,

Planning Council triclty consumption ($4,000$3SOOyear approximately 30 minutes so that the but meeting do serve as a guide to determinehow
) is lost to the outside students at BUS may leave '
With some study the city could save 1. stunts well the departments are
through ;Inadequate insulation and The buses will be picking up needs of the school and
thousands of dollars, Hornbeck, said, meeting the
above the acoustical ceiling.One on a regular schedule, but will arrive
the the ci- gaps Duncan
including new city hall and community, Principal ex-
method of correcting the problem to br about 30 minutes earlier than normal.
ty street lighting in his recommenda ducts each school will be plains.It .
air at
to Install Insulated return 1.r The principal
tions. Hornbeck: has been 6Starke's Is tradtional to select a Steering
but able student of the specific
and insulate above the ceiling to inform '
for and supervise the
to plan
energy consumption Committee
Verification would be dismissal time Friday.
some months. engineering entire self-study of the school. The
The Visiting Committee, composedof
necessary. consisted
committee of
commissioners listened and educators from high school
City 22 professional
gave Hornbeck no argument as he Improve city hall lighting. An Florida, will be devoting the three the coordinators of the departmentsand
made his report at the Nov. 3 analysis of the city hall lighting show days of their visit to an evaluation of was chaired by Principal Dun
meeting. Commissioner Bobby ed that by disconnecting the self--study the EHS faculty has
Milner expressed hope that the council ballasts,adding switches,andusing 35 done over the past year, and the further can.An
will follow on the recommendations. watt lamps the lighting portion of the recommendations that be outline of the work to be done
up electricity bill could be cut in half, an to keep BHS on may the accredited was prepared by the Steering Com-
"..would hope we address (the annual savings of over 1200. list of high schools. mittee, and the teachers began

recommendations), as the commission Covert street lights to high The self-study by the BHS faculty meeting in January 1981.Two to three
and not drop it," MUner said. sodium cutoff fixtures. Experience over the one year period has resultedin meetings were held each week with
Particular attention was paid to the pressure shows that greater benefit Is a document that has commenda- faculty members preparing various-
street lighting and city hall, which derived from formal conversion pro- tions and improvement needs phases of the total report.
together comprise 45 percent of the rather than waiting for existing specified for all areas of the school, All General. Area and Subject Area
gram turned in to the PrIn-
direct consumption, said Jim Duncan reports were
energy units to fail. The annual electricity according to Principal :
Hornbeck. ? ? accredited cipal Duncan by May 1981. In August,
cost of$40,000 could be reducedby Every 10 yean an high
estimated 41 percent ($17,000) school must undergo a study by a the faculty meetings were set up for
Hornbeck made 10 major recommendations rdh r from the committees:
Committee. The of reports
: with the conversion program suggested Visiting process

Conduct energy audits of all some of which could be paid by .
state funds. .0 "1! 10PlO lNl ''i 'I, '''' '
bulldlngi. City staff responsible for : :(Cil\JIP't.N1\ .
residential audits should conduct Pursue Kate funding for streetlight
audits of all city-operated buildingsand conversions for applicable state
report specific conservations roads. Applicable roads include Dinner Special

measures. SR-100, SR.200 (US-301)), SR-230, and
Ham-ing It Up...
Apply for a NECPA matching SR-16.

funds for energy audits and technical Monitor throughout, electrical l-ll'er Frank Sheffield Jr., 15, sold this smoke-cured It.I lb. ham to the After 4
assistance audits of qualifying consumption cost, and efficiencies: of Florida Bank at Starke for 95 per pound. p.m. .
baJldla,.. Certain buildings quay associated with water and Bank President J.E. Tomlinson, receiving the ham and holding Frank's
for 50:50 match of official pumps wastewater system. These date will blue ribbon, says the girls at the bank will make good use. of. the ham at thebank's With This' Coupon Get
audits, and a separate detailed '
be needed in future decisions regar- Christmas party.
engineering analysis 01 specific ding replacement of inefficient equip Bradford 4-H'ers participated In the ham sale at the Alachua County Fair
building alternations. Mao, the state ment. Annette Balkcom and Belinda Melson also sold hams at the sale.
is now considering funding energy The local 4-ll'ers took part In a Hog and Ham Project at the University of 2 Tacos for $100
conservation measures for local Monitor fuel efficiencies of all Florida sponsored by Dr.Robert Reddish, a UF Extension Meats Specialist.The .

government buildings. vehicles and establish preventive 4-....en raised their hogs In Bradford County smoked sausage!! and

Monitor energy consumption of all maintenance program. bacon In their smokers'at home. The hams were kept at UF Meats Lab and atJINIE'S
cured, then sold at the Alachua County Fair as the August project
buildings.The report to the council includes Appoint an energy coordinator to .
two years of monthly fuel and spearhead and oversee Implementation cullminaled. SANDWICH SHOP
electricity consumption and cost data of recommendations of this The hams were judged at the. county. fair. The winner got over $io per

for five buildings.These tables should report. pound for- his ham. 1601 N. Temple Ave. (US 301)) .

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Water System Improvements : '

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Hang: on Federal Grant Releases :, .

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The Starke City Commission met in DER to begin a temporary relaxationof "From the standpoint that the problem O.cvn L.
a special session Monday, Nov. 2, to standardsGrants 1 that. existed theproject's .."
listen to the latest speculation 'and '" of$2,518,500 for construction beginning will not have been Improv-
alternatives concerning the$3 millionin and enlargement- the. citysewer.; ,.ed. I
possible grant 'monies( from t/ie.,... .,plant jand $387,000: for innovative and .ii '.To date, Grants received have JSINE8S-mESE"
U.S.Environmental Protective Agency alternative projects are high on the totalled $1.3 million, plus? another* ( .
(EPA) for the expansion and Improvement list to be funded, but have not been ap $442,670 in city funds. This money has
of the sewer and water proved."We. been used to.'complete the sewer,;' .
system here. have already spent a half evaluation survey, final engineering .
"The project may very well die in million dollars already on the for the treatment modification and .
Washington, D.C. for lack of project," said Commissioner Jimmy disposal modification and final plans,
funding, said Don Ruckman of Bes- Crosby, "Does this mean that if there for the rehabilitation system. PEOPLE KN
sent, Hammack and Ruckman, Inc., are no more funds, the system will not Ruckman said- he hopes that the ,
the city's Jacksonville based have been Improved at all?" funds will be released during the first
engineering consulting firm. "Yes," Ruckman answered. quarter of 1963.; .

Ruckman said that the Department ., .. :..;
of Environmental Regulation (DER) / .1.
has asked the EPA to redo the basin NlllfcK! "FI"IAP( j "' an
'y.I ao'1,11
determine whether the
levels ; .M-5! I'M.Jjl'i'\I
of nutrient'pollution (from iiIfOoD
sewage) that existed previously, still PRIE[ 'I 1 lititi ,ri.ii tlootbe '"

exist. He said that studies show that ; .
in most cases the levels remain unchanged YOU'DO:
and that he expected the ,,: .1( la .
Fresh .! .nVl ;!ebrrtf:!
USDA Choice .
b t ,.a sdill / 2uoruII'j'
Ground leaf ". fluid &dJ

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Elementary Schools bus 'h0. MJ? Y'l I i' lsi:)sy2
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November M20Maaaay. 'Vll \hc''IJ J
.Nev. l :Sloppy Joe en bun, french fri_, W trained to understand the needs Of

.fruit,....cup. .and Nev.1IIiIII.ITBeef-Vegetable,eracken, j'"r businesSeS like yours And they're ,I
chetea taaat,applesauce milk.Wedamcay. backed up by a full team of telephone atf i (
.N... Hamburger Gravy buttered communications
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rice pun ........ pineapple aauce, biscuits and Together :
they'Umess analyzeyour
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aandwMi.cabbala law,peaches and milk. : ts.Fr'nowandfcr
frMay.Oct.ee:Baked Harkey with Giblet gravy '
drwalng or maahed potatoea, cranberry aauce, ineruture. 1 nen,working closely 1
b.telp.n pas pumpkin pie hot roUt and;;; 4 with you.theyU develops sys-
Bradford High School ton specifically designed to meet

USDA Choice 2.29u. requirements.
November UMRegular You may be surprised how

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Meediy. Me*. Id Chill eracken, garden .salad nave communications solutions I Irequiripg ,
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pineapple alfeca cinnamon roll end milk.
T..*..,. Nev ITiSauuge, rice 6 tomato gravy. Roast CubeStoak ;" simple changes in
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7 By Mike Cooney lack of a high school diploma, whicL I t '' r xLrj
The Fla. Dept. of Law Enforcement ,
!=;'Telegraph Staff Writer requires Myrick is suing the city for
Where-0-where nas our city police
$720 in lost wages. I
marshal!} gone?' "The city does not budget' funds fora i' ,. '
That is what the City of Hamptonwas free ride,"says Evans. The Council C
asking Tuesday night, Nov. 10,at rejected the payment to Myrick.
the town meeting.

It seems while on a council approved f- t .. \ ':' ,. fJml..w... I .... ,:J." -.- ]iilllil'ff'... ."'" \ k-. _.-- .-
va anon last month':Marshal FredPhlll1ps' Leroy Patterson Told ..- --
found 'work elsewhere.
Phillips' gave the city notice of his Reorganize Firemen Top Academic Achievers Starke Elementary.> ..

resignation last Friday, giving the Assistant Fire Chief Leroy Patterson These :SO students earned straight-A's at Starke Elementary for the first Mobley, Shannon Elliott Ann Carol Koberts. :
council, time to find a replace asked the Council to act on the appointment six-week '' Second row-Sean Bridges, Brian 'lemons Scott Duncan, David Kirkland
ment' of a new fire chief. The fire grading period. non Zurfluh, Steven Thornton. Selena Norman. Tricia Parado. Itenee

TAt council' decided to advertisethat chief for the past year moved recently They SeatedBrian are l-ri f Dobbins, Justin Brown, Shanae Blom, Eric: Brown Alex llewett. Shawna Worn Kent Kiljaw, Marcia Brown Barbara Smith and

the position is open and interviews leaving Patterson in charge. The Porter, Adele Kuhn. Jennifer Forsyth Donnle Francis, Ashley Burkhalter Audra Brantley.
will be held Nov.' 23 at 7:30p.m.: Council decided that Patterson would fire Biake Thomas, Robin Shaw Deanna Holiday, Antiqua Williams, Tammy
in the city: halt.Appliespto now assume the position of acting .
must have at least the chief and reorganize the Fire Depart
minimum hours of police training ment in Hampton. Patterson told the
required by The Florida Dept. of Law Council he would hold an organiza-
Enforcement, hold no other outside tional meeting Monday, Nov. 16, at 7 BCH irtto Private CorporationThe I
Jobs,be willing to work a 40 hour week p.m. at the Hampton City Fire Dept. Reorganizes
with 'rotating'shifts, and become a
resident of Hampton within 90 days of Water Bill Too High.
to Richard Welty,
acceptance."We Resident to Drill Well board of trustees of Bradford hospital, with preliminary work Hospital. The new name for the way, according counsel for the BCH board.
the Bradford general
feel it is important for the new Virgins Bradly, a citizen of Hampton County Hospital voted to accept thecooperative beginning as early as April I. 1982. hospital Inc.will Becoming a private This plan was presented to the
marshal to live here since his community dissatisfactionwith reorganization The general financing' for a new ;
her ,
Alachua General Hospital
expressed General seems to bea board by
with not-for-profit corporation
will be our community too. and In- by Alachua building will be made possible
the city's water system presented with and' Inc. President Ed Peddie, Dir of
sale of trend of the times, more
That way he will be more concerned formed the Council she was drilling a Hospital, Inc. last Thursday "in .a the guarantee of support hospitals moving in that Planning Keith Fuller, and attorneyBill
about what goes on in the town, said private well within the city limits. special meeting. bonds by AGH. direction.more It has to be finan- Andrews. Andrews was retainedas
John Evans, chairman for the City water bill An affiliation between Alachua proven ,
Mrs. Bradly explained her include sound to the recordsof special counsel for this reorganization. -
members according
board cially
Ins and the new The five new -
Council.Evans after fixing the General Hospital, :
even .
was very to this
suggested the council con- leakes in her house. Bradford Hospital will enable the Dr. H. H. Adams, Dr. Carlos the hospitals who chose go

side; putting the new policeman on City Clerk Jane Hall pointed out hospital to become a private, not-for- Hernandez, Mrs. Pete Felos, John F. ,:
footpart of the time, pointing out the Bradly's bill had dropped from $50 to profit corporation,allowing the board Mitchell, Jr., all of Starke and Jesse
greatest expenditure in the city's $23. Bradly still felt she was payingtoo more freedom, and providing better Moore of Lawtey.
budget was the Police Dept. much and asked to have service health care service to the community.Five While this hospital has never :
Although salary should remain cut off after the well was drilled. additional board members will belonged to the county, the charter NOTICECity
$18430: per week Chairman Evans be added. An immediate goal of this given by the legislature in 1952 named
would be on construction of new the hospital Bradford County ..
feels;less money spent Council ThreatensTo affiliation is a .
gas.u the new man accepted a foot Arrest Trainman"The
patrol and used the police car only in
em4l&'gencies.If.f.necessary. trains are stopping much too ..
the city would purchase1 long at the crossing here." said Coun-
a moped for the officer's use cilwoman June Haddock at the o> will their
he of Starke
the:ihalrman: said. Not only would meeting Tuesday night. c l r&awier open
Haddock went to that
Mrs. on say
this:nave it would also aquaint
theanarshal money with the community. the train held up both crossing for Drive-in Window for paying utility
FutRer discussion was tabled for the almost 30 minutes this past Sunday.
special l meeting to be held Thursday, The Council decided to write Satin Sheets "Fit fora King" bills effective Dec. 1 1981 8 AM
Railroad letter informing ,
Southern a
at 7 at the city hall
Noca9! p.m. also fir
them that if they hold-up traffic for ( Queen Regular)

Spurned zfi. Applicant' would longer than arrest 15 the minutes engineer.the marshal Main Handmade Quilts OPEN: Friday & Saturday 9-6 til 5 PM, Mon. thru Fri.

Commission 3 miles South on Road 100
reason for concern was not being able Gift Items
Another matter concerning the to respond to a fire or accident on the 964-7912
Polite Dept...is a suit filled against other side of the tracks. Queen Anne Table -
Hampton by Bishop Myrick of Starke.
Myrick filed suit through The Equal Council to Meet I

Employment Opportunity Commis- Half Hour Earlier
sion alledging the city rejected his ap-
plication as assistant policeman Next month's council meeting will
several months ago on the basis of be held Tuesday Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. in
the city hall. The council officially
age.Chairman Evans contends the changed future meeting times to 7

reason for rejection of Myrick's ap- p.m., half an hour earlier than the Tax-Ir.ee.

plication was a poor work record and past custom.. ;
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The FFA chapters participated in TornadoTalk
the rodeo Sunday' Nov. 8, sponsoredby
the Roping Club',of Starke. In
charge of the event was Bubba Hayes PLUSlhe
of Brooker. FFA participants had to .V
compete against WAPE radio station
personnel. The exhibition was a steer
riding contest in which the com- N.wt from Bradford High I I .
petitors had to put saddle on the strength ;
steer, and then ride it for an allotted
time period. Prior to,Ute event the
participants were given the. regula- 4 ;..
tions (or the exhibition t by:''Bubba .. ) : Ic
Hayes. Representing the $FA,' of of
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Starke were Mark Crev i Guy'Wayne I.
Parrish, and Don Green. '
f/'P .. byVickie'arverItesulis ;
Clubs: t:
Special Olympics were held on Florida
Nov. 5, in the BHS ,
Thursday gym. for the student council project -
from 1
Various clubs and organizations of the Cheese and Sausage sale 0
the high school and the community -
assisted in the program. Those are. coming soon. National
\ pill ncel fJ'om-1 v. 1'the thchance
students will finally get .
hJtPriUTeamr feel about BUS,
Ict to say how we
{i otc,and Nov. 11-13.
chooL..The) ; thl# Wednesday-Friday:
I Bradford is real<-
but well;and, 'Every ten years Association

It was jnvoWlid',1I1""l1llJK.a valuable (experience.., I ,for IJo'alt I 'credited or Schools'by and the Southern Colleges. The a<. wants your money! Brokers Money market funds are not insured by ...'
those be talking to students, :"
srfi hruc1ft r creditors federal government.
10 zOO'n these
) 'and will visit different classroom and Sayings and Loans ..but in

serving The tB d'Mrteittinnefi.for srlIdt91c1+helped tha-'011by Accredit each day they are.at_BHS.FREE uncertain.times: you"can't be too careful. Roll over your 6-month CD penalty free. ::

$]{ | ;rgpFesentatives, and the f ... At laud ".National Bank we feel great You can redeem your Florida National :::

day BHS, Nov.facujty 10. The took;Key Club place membersare on Tues- about our All Savers Certificate: With a Money Market Certificate now partially or ::

: Beth Francis,Debra Lloyd,Kim mi/Umtm4nvestmenJfof{ f as little as 5500. wholly; and purchase a tax-free All Savers Minm
Mary.. Watterson,
Lawson ,
,Tamrtft! \/'JCathV r GI lnghalJ\l1, YP : Certificate without the usual penalty for ""'
Vonda KayAyef, Lori''.CI jatl{. Kay? withdrawal.
yields. and Loan, early
$ / Highest Nd.Javings>
t. John.
Allen, faehelle Weir, Joy .
Greg Clark. Lex Green, Marclii l I Watr; ; tJy credit union or bankjrcan pay you more. And more importantly; your investment

terson, Mary Richardson- Mary r J .. ; is backed by the strength, assets and

Campbell Griffis ,Lori Snow, and'Michelle'I 1 /111111.: 'I ,r'.' '\\if ,:.. Up:to $2,000 tax-free income on cr joint stability of a great statewide bank that has ml

( returnbu can buy now then renew before been serving Florida for nearly a century

Seniors: ,) I December 31. 1982 and add two,years' Check the chart below to see just how ..II
A senior meeting was heldTuesday, Electronic total ',
interest toward your tax-free ; -
morning, Nov.3 \to present the Infor- ? high your taxable equivalent yield can be. -

mation on the graduation announcements diagnosis to $100QSothefe is Stop in and ask us about the All Savers
for this year. Earlier In .lnsUrud.savinOS up 4<1Ml
the year the senior officers chose ( ': Now get taxfree in

three different designs for the an- for your car In-arcr ; "".<..A.t. ,
nouncements. They are on display In teed up .. .--J.
the front office.Seniors voted on FrI- .- HI .. -
day, Nov. e, on the announcementthat Want to make sure your Better t an a money market fund ?
they decided on; during their car's running right?. y ,: ...
English class.'Orders are already being You can have your ., '. 1 ""
taken for Uw announcements anda electrical and combustion ,; .'! ;" f Z Ybt1r) Your'Ibx: Bracken Pro i&bly Is: The Taxable Equivalent Yield for These Rates: 'M"':
$10 deposit .Is required. Dates on ,t 1tIxa.ble "\ \.. -"' '
which the orders will be decided taken will be nosed free systems byFramMutolite diag- ". "j Income: .' ;,.,u. 1 't', 105% 11% 115% 4.1
announced as they are upon.
experts, ", S50.QOO r:.. 21% 22% 230b
using the latest electronic -

Candy Costello equipment. ."J":' .; S3 OOO( If' ;;, : 40' .101 175% 1833% 1917% i

To Cook for TV I --cl-: .h.S2S.000. .. ..- '.,3Q' b', : -' 15% 15.71% 1643% =

Candy (Mrs 'B uy) Costello of .' :"r Abc; ,,ijjustroiicjn,,'is'iipproxirr.dte' and is used: ns ex7..f3seKSubslanuaT !::-,

Keystone Heights .Is one of eight winners 1" Hr. eresl. penalty:: an8loss! ol lix oxerr.pficr.: lor P.Orlz'-.rU.I"T! < rrl ::
PM Magazine's cost-cutting AuJiJ ::
In %
r i '< : *>> "1' jit
cooking contest, and will appear on I i"' _," =

the Channel 4 (WJXTl. $how. -Monday .' t. .... .. ., mJ' fty!!$r '!.+ ., =y
Nov. III, at 7 p.m. ; .. < 'C
Candy'i low cost recipe for a 'Thomas Auto'Parts Bank at Sl.rki' -; ; ..... .... !
casserole, called German pizza was ; ::t ,IB' Florida : ... v .. .: :r =

one of the winners. The eight winners 430 S.'Temple Ave. "., J.u.rien. at Cisck ast..6 swti-SL:; <,Tna i.fra .90196/'7050 :.t _............. .... ( =
will participate In a cook-off this : T4 l tJO -'" :5
Saturday morning, Nov. 14, noon '964-5611 .-' .1':;: tJt -- ,=-. ..
at 10:30: i.tn. with in judging Jacksonville.at Friday; Nov. 13 tro.g....., ... -- -.-.....=.

Regency Square be Sent .to 198h Flondd National Barks iblFlpnd" !!;) ,,|Ij;: ,
winning reclpe'c.wIU.' 9:00 'am 4:00: pm cNactt:
Philadelphia to be judged for a national -
PM Maaazine contest.


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.. : : :a Epidemic Swept Bradford (CountyIn : I,

; Is ; :; : Final''Weeks of, World War :

Of died in an adjoining room and they -with four deaths recorded: George L. "The youngsters of the< prGD,

knew 'nothinl'" l it until neighborscame Massey, W.H. Miner,W.T. Tompkins, 'department paraded the strmr;-..
to in several hours later and found and Will Sanders "a colored man" of fantastic costumes, beating olt
the lifeless body the child." the Thomasville suburb. pans and blowing tin horns ljII: ,
Headlines in Tomlinson, mounted on' '.; while
The Telegraph was "unable to give The epidemic was soon forgotten '
Shetland was parade
papers brought a the pony nwsi:
anything like a complete list of deaths when the happy news came over the and led the youthful I
reminder that that have occurred in the county" but wires that the Armistice had been
the town. '
dent Reagan can be reported that C.J. Knight H.S. signed in the early morning hours of through .1.--:tS
few more rabbits Newsome, 'and Jonathan Dukes were November 11. "In the evening there,Was a'glx"; .ir
hat he well The among those recently: succumbing to outpouring of citizens at the lnerttr.(
may .he disease. The great news touched off an impromptu
nation's second tion of Call and Walnut Streets t6 hear.
celebration reported as
addresses by Dr. C.H.
Hoover-elected in one: The November 1 issue of the Follows The patriotic
paper by Telegraph: of the
nathy, pastor FUrst
but ending his term in : announced that the epidemic was sub Presbyterian Church, Hon. ,
; siding, with no new cases for "Promptly at 12 o'clock (noon) the A.N'
defeat. ) such several days: DeWitt C. Jones and whistle blew at the waterworks, soun Long and Judge James T. Wills.

The President's Mrs. O.J. Griffin were listed as. the ding the signal for closing, and the "After the program the/ young people -
as latest sufferers. noisy celebration began in dead again took charge of the ce lJra.
na- earnest. Every possible noisemakingdevice lion, with fireworks, firearms,
An estimated 20 to 30 cent of into and was and
Treasury Secretary per was brought play
noisemakers keeping
other the fun
Starke residents had had the virus, kept going until 11
added his
Regan, going until they were exhausted'--'"
prediction to an the

sion by the President '

concerning the state U.S.a ,/"'C'..".1'' ''' Horses and Mules Were High:'

economy. Mr. ; I

economy predicted would this week be ." In 1877 But Taxes Were Lori

downer" for the rest : ,

year, helping drive rusLa' '......" '.:' Mules and horses were worth a ty of people to pay. According: (
budget deficit : ".:.'1'" tIIi: small fortune 'In so-called Bradford County courthouse recordsfor
billion. Previously, ": "Reconstruction Days" following the the year 1877, property taxes were!
ministration had is Civil War. Proof of this is revealed in about two cents an acre and onlypne) 1

forecasting a $43 and : old records on file in the Bradford mill was levied for school taxes, ? .,

deficit.Is and all County courthouse dating back to 1868 Simon J. Temple a large (Ci'rf-
when Starke was still an infant town,
downer and saw mill operator of that
history repeating just 11 years old. period, was listed as owning 5,780;

Are the same Listed among the property of H.M. acres in Bradford County on which"he i
caused President Cone whose will was filed for probateon paid only $117.36 tax per year. '

.., January 20. 1868 was a mule valuedat
downfall at the
a Actually, his property tax was
$125: a considerable sum of money eves
threatening to less than that for the entire
,; in those poverty-stricken days.
Reagan? In the case ap included an assessment on other I

Carter, there was no as The will of Drury Reddish, great- items including town property..thtax
great-grandfather of present Sheriff on swine and hogs, horses, assesor
incident that
Dolph Reddish was one bay mare, mules oxen, and stock cattle. "
the reversal. pu.bI ; listed at $150, plus a colt and a mule, j.q.
fidence in his the ,, each valued at the same price. Some of the other tax bills of that
year were: Moses Thomas, Sr. :;J2 I
manage Mules and horses were scarce and acres,66 cents tax; Seborn Bragg.UIO
blems. His eventual Boy demanded a premium price in the acres one horse, and 15 hogs, $a 544
seems to have been lit- Makes F.H.P. post war days when Florida and other Richard Crosby, 160 acres, four
gradual public No Confederate states were struggling to horses five cows and 32 hogs. $10.57
domestic and Michael LawrenceMike) Dobbs get their farm economy on its feet
22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs again after the devastating war Only 919 property owners werq
blems weren't getting the I grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie D. years. listed on the 1877 tax roll which .cap,
ter in spite of the Dobbs, all of Lawtey graduated Friday led the following categories of property
sincere efforts. His ,. Sept. 18 from the Florida Legend has it that the reason mules :
Highway Patrol in and horses were so scarce during that
balance the budget by Academy
Tallahassee where he trained for 11 period was due to the fact that many Valuation Taxes.\
of his four-year term weeks. He was one among the 33 southern families were on the brink of All Land $347,251 $2,430,76 I
glimmering, and young men and women who starvation during the war and actually Town Lots 38,180 26728 I
creased rather than graduated.Mike had to slaughter some of their farm Animals 161,773 1,132-24: I

ed. is a graduate of Trinity Christian animals for food. Personal 119,850 83 ,9$

Academey, a four year Veteran ova
Now, the same thing of the Union Correctional Instition, Among other less valuable items The county tax total for 1877 wad
-to be happening "'. and'is active--t the"'Fleet Marine listed in the Cone will were several $5\128.88, in addition: to state,taxen
cattle at $6 a head; hogs at $2 each, wfimiWUd.dlrtrW
Reserve. .. d .h. $8,464,2AHAaes :
) <
.xReagan. The .core of. ; and a wash poUraue4afe$3jGA| t A to the state YjihythfltcBMotiyi',8 suds .
i Mike
:: IS-- would like to give special !
:ministration! :. rwi'u: c .. ..
policy 1 rebated -
thanks to all of the officers at U.C.I., John W. Kellum was administrator i
inflation is tight Sheriff Butch Jordan of Lawtey and of the estate; Jacob Godwin, James J.L. tax collcc'lor
Wynn was county
will it succeed? It Sheriff Dolph Reddish of Starke. H. Knight, and Samuel S. Crews were in 1877, but was referred to'q
Mike, his wife Norma and appraisers Alfred D. Cone ; +%
to halt inflation if ; ,Justice of Assessor of Revenue. The state /
until business : daughter Laura Lee, moved to Key Peace;attested to the will; A.M. An- was seven mills. lel/1.:
of West Wednesday, Sept. 30. They will dreu was Judge of the Probate Court; .q Jj
lapses and remain there for a year or until fur and the County Judge. at that time On the tax roll .the following year?
reaches the point at to ther notice. was Wm. W. Wills.. 1878, a special assessment of three
labor unions throw Mike started his first of mills ,
day duty was included for the, purpose'M
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Monday, Oct. 5 in Taxes Were Low
towel. cue at that point Monroe- County, at building a new couthouse* and ,ba6iid\ ;
Marathon Florida. While farm animals had jail. ")"Jfc 1
tion may be licked, a high aiM bOil
country would be in value in the post war years, taxes
FFA Club low "dlombns1gFORESTflii
were probably due to the inabili-
fledged depression Wins State AwardsThe
the 1930s. :
Bradford FFA Chapters were
President Carter J awarded the State Forest Manage- Letters ...........:.....1.......<,;., .' ')'}nD !flit ,
his foreign policy ment Award. The award was (' <1 r. II IN BRAD O COUtoNTY
presented by the St.
the State Regis Paper .. -
Company in cooperation with the Football At BUS: 'Ij.U..UI"-"I
never in such disarray Florida Association, Future Farmers Time For'A By DavldtVtf: !*.MitbloH,
at the present time, of America State Department of ChangeA teWtitit
cabinet members Education. The award consists of a .. .Bradford: g4 tr rftr; 18' ,
around careless plaque and the sum of $250. Thank "Sho Nufr' down cycle. In 15 ;,"Is t,,'e ;<1.J\\o; it9nI :t t
you, St. Regis Paper Company. years BHS football has advanced tree problem?,' ,u H' lIPm'tJjboCi!
about nuclear wea The Bradford FFA Chapters won from king of the hill to the bottom of .b18

nuclear war; publicly 2nd Place in the greater Jacksonville the heap. Nothing but praise and admiration It is' not slnipty1 1 i c! 1H
tradicting one another Agriculture Fair which was a prize of is due to the young athletes YOU are th*'!1H "'t'ovf "
making accusations $450, a plaque and a red ribbon for .that participated during this era; but tree problems? ""<8 1e esw2
their exhibit. This was set up by it is time for a change in Coaching .19dmvolll
"guerilla" warfare members of tI FFA Senior Chapter. 'methods. The present training and It is';.quite'certamvtltat'vnuAy' p'r3blems -
among White House and coaching methods deprive many relating to shads sir esUs9itlnts i

Department personnel. 'f" students from the thrill and enjoyment from root related.injurle.B-OTtesa-
.L of that "once in a life-time" juries occue.from.asw.,Hetyno(3ifnrt I
Secretary of State chance of participating in high school cidents. : ,.rI bit 'tsdmeisU

course, is the most S9mi't.Bo .s football. Some of the athletes',bodiesaren't The 'most''' conim'orv;'BJ(i<'1.Yt t Q sf yQ9 .

problem with e-" built for'pumping iron; and as cidents of course' is''.'dh6trurelated ,
long the torturous a
temperamental 5V as weightliftmg damage during the tnltlalM( ,
>> training and coaching methods con- clearing for residential development.
become a team player 't yI0 : tinue things aren't to '
going get any This type of injury is both a root In

Reagan's lineup. Mr. .\. : :: better. jury from1 soil compaction: d a step):
:it You don't have to be msucle- ;'
has only himself to '. I'- good Injury 'from mechanical: ;,devices.fc.
this situation for it ,." bound weightlifter to b a football utilized during construction. These\ ,
player. To prove this BUS had stem injuries may themslves devep'into'a'root !!
vious from Mr. Haig's Sell in as large a volume as possi several teams in the O's and SO's that disease problem if the,injuries -.,,
and past track record ble. However storage on farm can whipped everything in sight anei'Ih "'dre both extensive lctt:!
could not function in a reduce quality quickly so sell as heaviest thing they lifted was an opposing repetitive. '
tion where he was quicky as possible. Long term price running back. It's a shame
:patterns over the, season-a normal there weren't State Playoffs in those It is also quite certain that most insect -)'
Mr. .
Reagan early peak then decline-don't hold years. and disease related shade tl'84f'
have been aware of the ; out much promise for late season profits The young athletes today are a dif problems are results of stressed
involved in appointing from storage. Shrinkage and ferent breed from those 15: to 20 years trees, which can be directly related 16"these : .
man to the most reduced quality from storage would ago and have to be respected as such. inflicted injuries. What amazes>
position in his cabinet. more than offset minor price rises. They should be trained and coachd by most homeowners and what'is not
Avoid conditions which lead to different methods than used now. easily understood is that the results;a'
Haig's latest blooper sprouting molds and kernel rots Anotherreason for the lack of interest dead tree generally has been slowly
himself ; trashy ground, unlevel orchardfloors in the sport is many'members of the dying from the initial damage. And W
traying as the cattle manure, and cracked team that'bust their butts' In practice the amazement of most homeowners
of guerilla tactics, used nuts. don't let nuts lie on the ground every day never get to play in a game. this result may take two to three
unnamed member of particularly wet conditions.<< Sell in So with this in mind years before tell-tale signs exist and

White House staff to i uniform lots using standard burlap several good Junior Varsity members the results are tough to swallow, ,f 9

(Haig) out of office ;< bags and sell full bag lots possible. choose not to play varsity ball.
Combine uniform small lots with The sport fans of Bradford County In conclusion sect and1
neighboring producers to Increase are proud of past records football in disease problems manr.lr results of
volume.. particular, because it is the most previously inflicted damage to. the

.High Internal quality and uniformity popular. They are very grateful for root systems. Death of your shaded:
are what buyers look for AND pay the championship years. But when giving tree can also be a direct result:'"'
....,-. for. Buyers are In the pecan buying player selection and coaching continues Remember the root Is the*!
iitiWgraiil1 and selling business for a profit just in the same direction that it has lifeline of your tree-donTt cut the rope",
as you producers expecting a for the past several years it is time or you will be the"'ROOT'.ol you L
pro- .
for a change. New personalities shade tree {II
,fit. And th yf make their money by new problem. .
buying and selling'hot by recleanlng. ideas new faces whatever it takes! -
; ;
Attendance is
grading culling and excessive handl- way down and -
ESTABLISHED 1179 ing.,Buyers are usually$ to morale is at its lowest. If the fun and '!M
eager a
BOB G. : .premium price for top quality graded excitement of high school football WO'
and'if is .IC-'
respectability. ever to be
i ...... ,......_ell Tur.d.y pour pecans..,quahtthrough and uaUYI,eager the to penalize pricing returned to the "Ole BHS' gridiron, :;t;

--1"t' P..t Office_et I", mechanism t, a lower price to some changes are necessary. 'nrmta4
: you. .. !
Whoever responsible for, making ;
Perhaps thes tips will allow the
Subscription rot, U t you bTr;
changes should not be swayed by
8121x MoMh. 1 small producer tq market with a plan a
-- 0.11W. tr.d..r 810 P ..... Know shellout and few old ".'diehards".'who still lean
::: "'-H4-41OI Y- 11a MeMh. mthet percent ; and sell. for ft}fail; profit..The old sayIng .... .t
J i' ........Ie"de kernel qoJWy ef the lot you are tell ., '': ;Yon'get what you pay for" toward.. '. the present. system" The construction of Stone:
. .. '. ., /' I,t"g-'Hat ucli knowledge of your" :could lie twts oM''if bit to"You're paid R..J. Road estimated
product the has.
as buyer for 1.5millionhhoun
precisely" what you got". Starke of labor,

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November II. 1981 PageSA

Jrt Presbyterian Hobos Congregate AgainEvery I

.. ViiiialSide
;# so often the Presbyteriansdress gum apples and fruit; a orange sack
.. up in their best hobo garb and filled with toilet paper, soap can of
t congregate at the R.G. Paterson farm beans and matches; and a hobo stick
on Brownlee road for a Saturday tied with a hanky.
Gladys 'Mooty Of' 'The ; evening fun fest. Special guests for the evening were
\ The four members of the Johnny the Mandrel Sisters of Hollywood
Johnson family were voted the"best' (David Montgomery, Larry and Buddy -
Society Editor, dressed.Jason Johnson was picked as Paterson). Serving as M.C.'s were
I winner in the first group, Cindy Dea and Terri Paterson.A .
964-7608' News! McLeod a winner In the second group chili supper was enjoyed along
Q and Dea Paterson a winner in the with soft drinks and desserts during
,1 V. third group. All received appropriatehobo the evening. There were two
',t ti GL .1 O P-- gifts: a tin.lunch pail filed with hayrides., one for the younger. people.
ItIJo .
r. and one for the adult
W.T. Weeks U.6.C. c. \ \ 'I""f I /' .A-.. /" Also during the evening were
games and singing! around the bonfire
IS! Making Plans For by the 70 members and guests atten-
I ItIS Christmas Luncheon ding.

," W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C made Did You Know......."..
;:: plans for their annual Christmas lun-
if. cheon to be held Dec. 2 at their
ill 4'i. November meeting Wednesday, Nov. Mr and Mrs. C.S. Haddock of
If .. :. 4, held at the Western Steer Steak Kingsland, Ga. attended the
T T "_,1U..._ii'<' ,r. tf:,!. House with Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr., and Methodist homecoming and also
it t Mr.and Mrs. L.F. (Monk) Dinkins of Starke celebrated their 50th wedding Mrs. Curtis Sanders as hostesses. visited Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Talley on
anniversary'Sunday, Nov.8.. < President Mrs. Herbert Thomas' Sunday.
I; presided over the meeting during
' which the budget for the coming year.

;d I Mr. and Mrs. L. Dinkins. was Mrs.adopted.J.W. Kincaid outlined plans Pioneer

for the annual Christmas luncheon to

11 Celebrate 50th Anniversary which be held Dec.time 2 the at the Keystone'Heights Woman's' Club at I, s Electric

Joseph Finnegan chapter, U.D.C. will 4
Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins. gold bow and the other table held two be invited to attend. Company
celebrated their golden wedding anniversary gold candle holders. with yellow The program was given by Mrs.
Sunday, Nov. 8, at a recep- candles Franklyn Weisgerber, who reportedon ,
lion in the Starke Woman's Club given The long cake table in front of the the Division Convention, U.D.C.,
,i bytheir son-in-law and daughter, Dr. stage was covered with a white lace which was held in Tallahassee Oct. 12 ej'
and Mrs. James L. Stub and son, cloth over white linen also draped through 15 and was attended by Mrs. .t
Philip. with greenery and caught up at the Thomas and Mrs. Weisgerber.
Guests were greeted at the door at center and corners with gold Attending the meeting were 13
i Intervals by Mrs. Charles Darby and streamers. At one end of the table was members and one visitor. l v' \
Mrs.' Joan Chitty. Mrs. Ermle Jones a five-branch epergnette with yellow
e and Mrs Guy Sale kept the gueat book tapers, yellow miniature roses, 24 Hour Service
e$ in the foyer at a table covered with a baby's breath and button mums. The
white lace cloth over white linen and five tier cake was at the other end of Methodist SetOldFashion IndustrialCommercial
I. centered with an arrangement of the table. Bazaar
yellow and gold button mums The hors d'oeuvers table in the ,.,"' .
r miniature roses and baby's breath in sunroom was covered with a white Thursday, Nov. 19, Fellowship Hall
.; a golden goblet. lace cloth and held an arrangement of of the First United Methodist Churchon Residential
Standing in the receiving line in the .fall fruit. Walnut St. will be a hive of activity Inez Green
lounge were the honored couple and Cutting the cake were Mrs. David from 7:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m. Honored by Methodists... IOur Prices.
I On and Mrs. Stith and Philip Stith. Smith and Mrs. W.B. Mundy, The United Methodist Women will Mrs. Inez Green receives a plaque Sunday from Lay Leader Drew Reddish ..
I They stood in front of the mantel Presiding at the punch tables were have their annual bazaar, offering as the First United Methodist Church honored upon her retirement for 25 Competition is the NameOf
which held a beautiful fan-shaped arrangement Mrs. Ben Bryant, Mrs. Bob Taylor, crafts, handmade items, canned .tears of service as church organist. the Game
of white, gold and bronze Mrs. :r.E. Hardy and Mrs. Bobby goodies, baked items, plants and the Mrs. Green has enriched the worship services and spiritually inspired the
I gladiolus, enchanted lilies, button Hall. Also assisting were Mrs. Maxie ole book store (a hit from last year). members of the church through the universal language of the organ says Sales & Service
mums, wheat, rover. mums and Carter, Jr., Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, During the noon hour a soup-chili Rev Warren Langer church pastor. Her love for the organ was superseded
spider' mums. Mrs. Janet Turner, Mrs. Linda Kay luncheon will be served for'a $1.50 by her love, care and concern for each member, Rev. Langer says. Family Business
The two punch tables in the Johns, Mrs. John Greene; Mrs. J.D. donation. Sandwiches and dessertswill Homecoming 1981 was dedicated to Mrs. Green. Some 250 Methodists and
auditorium were covered with white Seymour and Mrs. L.O. Ruud. be available for 50 cents extra.A friends attended the covered dish dinner in the Fellowship Hall following the Mike & Terry Oglesby
I chiffon cloths over white linen, Mrs. L.A. Canova and Mrs. Betty special all day feature will be a 11 a.m. worship service.
draped in front with and quilting demonstration given by
greenery Ann Phillips presented piano select Bradford
caught up in the center and ends with tions during the reception. hours of 3 to Sharon Williams, using her new' County Only *
gold streamers The punch bowls 5p.m. quilting frame. 782-3065
Rev.Mrs.. R. Alvarez
were encircled with greenery. One Four generations .of the Dinkins .
table held a tall gold candle holder family were represented at the reception To Celebrate 25th '
decorated with button pompoms and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
Dinkins, Raiford Retirees Have Anniversary FAU'N"
Dinkins' mother, Mrs., A.O. Andreu,
their daughter, Mrs. James L. Stith Annual Get-Together Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez will WINTERSelection' GtrftDY1
and grandson, Philip A. Stith. ,celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary -
Miss Sharon Hobbs Retired employees of the Florida
Sunday afternoon
Approximately 250 friends Stopped Nov. 29, from
Shower HonoreeMiss 'by during the party hours to wish con- State tenth annual Prison at Raiford held their 2 to 5 p.m. at a reception at their homeon I
get-together Saturday,
gratulations to the honored Bayless Highway.'
Sharon Hobbs, whose mar- couple. Nov.:7, at the Community Center in All friends and relatives of the cow of
riage to Jeffery Norman will be an Worthington Springs with 88 atten- ple are invited to attend.
event of Saturday Nov. 14, was ding.
honored at a bridal shower last Thursday Alicia Homrich Jim Bridges of Thomasville Ala..
night given' by Mrs' :: Richard'A7'Underbill 'Pi-esens'Program traveled the farthest distance of 430' .\ Men's'Sweaters

'a8thieaomwt.tdlatteM and Mrs. Raymond'_._Whittle-""a''' : f. ,'At.ADK"+Metin,:; :k miles Yf1iGiri, to. .+attend." 13""''''" _//IH. ,_" .'. .j -!!."-It'" ""+'" :1EOyrror.N.\rr :rr"u1yr: "Itm1Jitttl, : '

Several games were played"fiiKfprizes Alicia 110m rich presented program Children. Wanted
awarded. on Calico of Blue Denim, .
"The refreshment table was covered creative ideas for Christmas, at the Health and Rehabilative Services is a/
with a lace cloth and centered with an Alpha Delta Kappa meeting Monday Sharon Hobbs, looking for clubs organizations or in- 20 ;
arrangement of fall flowers. Potted Parish ; dividuals to sponsor a "Toys For ?
night, Nov. 2, at St. Marks / Off
plants were also used in the party House. r Jeffery NormanTo Needy Children' program for under-
rooms. Punch, cake and party treats Hostresses for the meeting were Wed Saturday, Nov. 14 privlledged children of Bradford
were served. Carol Redding, Vicki Beat, Susan County.
Among the guests were Mrs. Nichols,' Marilyn Vellenga'and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny R. Hobbs, an- If your group or'organization is in
Johnny )Hcbbs.Sr., mother of the Thelma Thornton. nounce the approaching marriage of terested in sponsoring this wor- Selection ofMen's
bride-elect, Mrs. L.M. Norman, Jr., Thirty members attended the their daughter, Sharon, to Jeffery thwhile project, please contact Rick
and Mrs. Leon Norman, mother and meeting. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Atwood at 964-8039 for more informa
grandmother of the prospective Norman, Jr., tion, or Muriel Wilson at Chamber of

.m..III'I' M ....... .. The wedding will take place Satur- Commerce at 964-5278.
Old You ;
-Miss-Hbbba\vas( given an ironing day, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. in the North Dress
board an4ia'eet( of steak knives as a Mrs. Neal Goss of Panama City was Side Baptist Church on SR 225. A
1 memento of the.occasion. 1 'last Saturday visitor of Mrs. W.B. reception will follow in the Starke
fl,1UC' I' ]Mundy. Woman's Club.
All friends and relatives are cor- Slacks
a tapcSoelefy: Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta dially invited to attend. ,

,Holds.Meetlng' spent the weekend' .with" ,' Mr.. and Mrs
CaroYXaRHnV rest Lent J.W. Ritch. '
; presided !
'at.the meeting$t. Edward's Altar 'X.X T- yy 2'L' \
Solely r held W the'parish hall Nov.. ,
3rd. ".r
/Utajf.Chalrman: ; Claire ShOlord Brunetti and.Faye.annffinaeaihafJUta -' "r .. You're Invited To A Off Selection of

Swisher November.' have altar care during ," Mircrpwave Cooking '; ,k lien's Shoes

ttteUU"W8s:"'elc med as,a guest ,
at,themeetingA'' 'j.i'i'v, Demonstration
-Mary-iGtssyigave highlights of the Jl -.
Christmas.-) Bazaar planned for November 17'
December 3rd and 4th in the Pantry
Pride Shopping Center. Booths willfeature. Two Convenient Time*} .
.',handicraft items, : baked
goods 'and:prizes consisting of $50, 5-7 pm19\, .J0771- \ .
crocheted chest and hat '..
afghan, toy "
"" '
rack. This demonstration is sponsored, Litton: "

Plans residents were made at the for Volunteers entertainingthe ,of,, We will offer special'reduced priceson

America home on November 19 in the mircrowaves during this demonstration '
parish ahll

reading Gerri,Phillips especially encouraged during scripture National Sawyer-Slade Gas & Appliances

Bible Week from November 22 to 29.
Claire Brunetti Invited members to g 832 W. Madison St. Starke Western Short alien! Knit

attend 'a lecture scheduled for ... Per UfiUMMl .lafwBUttai 6aS ton.* at 984-7701
St. Church PullYlrla
November 21 at Joseph's 2500
ln Mandarin. Father Raymond Hats
Brown, a leader In Biblical Scholarship : i.''I '
Is to be guest speaker. -k"!, N r 0/ Off

Following the meeting members oA:i! 1 !
were shown Christmas wreaths
macramed by Wilmajean Terry. liyDiane' .. '
Refreshments were served by
Gladys Weldon and Mary Cissy. Men's ,' :D Thermal

Stark Elks Attend Welcomes .....;,4jub J 'I': ,,.',, Suits i '\<':J! Underwear
:.n art* "
DlnnrM, *.tlng .) bn* ..'-a "
Carl Moore of Live Oak Elk Lodge, I 'U'E I ,,o .tilltl i'.l 1001 Off
made his official visit to the Lake City SueSue r t I Savo) < "*'. 50
Elk Lodge Wednesday Nov. 4, for his '1)) 1t.J.1" ,' I o '
official inspection and speech to the "1' "'JI'l!"" i; Hunting Boots 1
delegations from the seven lodges of is from Jacksonville. She in Off ;
specializes Precision
the North District. ; ; f ? l :
Starke cut, an4 blow-out styles for : In Stock j
Elks and Elkettes attending men, omen and ,'. .r'Mt"'Lj1 F I ji
the dinner and speech were: Mr. and kids. She also specializes in Natural Dry and Blow-out I !
Mrs. V.A. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Bob /:" ,.,. :,1"r.r. i
Stnmk, Mr and Mrs.' Pat Bradley, Perms on mein; and women. ".' *' \ t: ./.1 "" i
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mooneyham, Mr. ,
and Mrs. Bill Finucan, Mr. and Mrs. When you have tried the rest,; call for an' appointmentwith' STUMPS ii i
George W.. Brown, Mr and '
Mrs. Bill
Eddy, Mr. and Mrs.. George Domi- the best. ,Sue feels when ypur, hair lo ks'it's',' besVyxm:, ; .. -, I I
ntanni J.D. >rf.
; Doyle, Dorothy Cook and feel your best. .. ] DEPT STORE
John Warren. iI" II )':1\1' ? .
Edwin Conway and Richard Solze '(I.' Al -- Bradford .(
were welcomed Into Elkdom In Oc Call iiaas't today at 144U2,13$ M.:'Water Square ....
We Sate
Tiros. :
tober, i iI Open Sunday Afternoons'I .."'.. I

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ReddishSurprlstad.On Dd| You Know'ArchM
I Barry Mr.and Mrs. $..C. Early visited Mr.
CrM j
17th Birthday his mother Mrs. Inez,Green over..the.. :';r tjik'nd? Steve.Abear of Orlando were Wednesday and Thursdayi
I and Mrs.
.' weekend. weekend ,guests of Sen.

Barry Reddish was given a surprtM. Charlie Johns. Dr. O.L. Haynes,Jr.,Jerome I
I birthday party last Saturday night on Carlton Davis, Miss Beth Williams and John Anderson were hunting in
his 17th birthday given by Michelle Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hamilton and '
and Schylur Floyd of Atlanta were Alice, Texas Sunday to Wednesday.
StUwell at her home In Graham. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill children of Toccoa, Ga. were Saturday
Barry arrived with his parents, Mr. Adams and attended .the Florida- overnight guests of his parents Mrs. J.C. Wallace of Jacksonville I
to Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton while
and Mrs. Vernon
waiting Georgia me. last Friday overnight guest of
friends g enroute to to visit the Mark was
house full of 85 of his Tampa H.M. Richard and attended the
to surprise him _',1.. Hamilton family. They will be back Raiford Mrs. retirees gettogether.Mrs. .
The "Go Tornadoes" theme was through here this coming weekend.

carried out in the party decorations.Barry's 1 Parker and son,-Jay of
cake was trimmed in red and Y' xrt Mr. and Mrs. William Dodge of Wayne
Ga. spent
Douglasville, Thursday to
with "Go L- Lake Oaks returned last
grey pennants complete Hampton with her parents Mr. and
Tornadoes No. 81". The decorations week from a three weeks visit with Sunday Mr.
Loudon. Loudon
included red and white streamers, friends and relatives in NE Missouri.Mr. Mrs.
Friday at Shand'iTeaching
clusters of baloons and two banners 15 Dodge recently retired from the mouth surgery
feet long wishing Barry a Happy Bir- i '' advertising department of the Hospital

thday. 1, ..* Gainesville Sun. The Dodges moved Mrs. W.H. Thomson was, visiting
enabled thegroup
The good weather the Hampton Lake area two
friends in Monticello on Sunday and
to enjoy hot dogs and an old i years ago.Louise .
fashion bon fire, followed by plenty of ..' +1N.71,, llf. Monday.
...J. M ........ '. .. .
cake and ice cream.It ,.. 'f P. Boree has moved from
was bard to say whether Barry or ,,. 400 East Madison Street corner of Mrs. L.A. Canova had as guests last'
his guests were more delighted in him t Cherry Street to 413 North Temple week Mrs. James Otto of Seminole,
his several of which r 'in.Rose Avenue 4. Mr. and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman, Dr.
openings gifts, Apt.
/ : George Alderman and Mr. and Mrs.

were The gaggllts.party ended with a hay ride and :i1'L' .. John M. Warren, of Montgomery Bruce Alderman of Baltimore, Md.,
Mrs. G.W. Marshburn Jacksonvilleand
plenty of hot chocolate. t'j Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Patten
Assisting In serving were Mrs. Loyd of Pensacola were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs F.E. Miller of
Stilwell and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J,D. Warren several days last Housto'n, Texas. They were here to
Bill Bigham, Sr.,Mrs. Stanley Green. week. celebrate the 90th birthday of their
Mrs. Hazel Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. UMW at Work... sister Mrs. Cora Marshburn- of

Vernon Reddish. The United Methodist Women... lannlng their annual old-fashioned -,--- --- Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson were Keystone Heights..
Christmas holiday bazaar which Is Nov. 19 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.In the Monday night dinner guestrs of Dr.

Walnut Fellowship Street.Hall of the First United ,ethodlst Church of Starke on 200 N. Warner, and Mrs. Glen Davis in Gainesville.Mr. Wednesday Mrs. Carolyn of last Redgrave week after returned three

Evelyn Hitch, Betty Young. Laura Contl. and Annette Lawton and Glen Piggott and Mrs. Wil Mendietta and and a half weeks with her son and
and Mrs.
Frelda Judd decorate bags and making snow birds.If you see women carrying children of St. Simons Island were daughter-in-law Mr. Wayne
their around town this time of It's probably Kinney and son Chris in Bradenton.
knitting year a Wed Nov 10 weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.H.
Methodist using every available minute to work on something for the Moncrief.
The UMW will serve a soup-chill luncheon at noon or a $1.50 donation Marriage-ln-a-Tavern -
or. "If you've got the time"
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ir I
The bazaar will have available include hand crafted Items,home baked 7I
It have been deemed
an early
goodies canned jellies and jams and holiday r
hour Laws' Tavern
happy over on on
Madison St. last Tuesday (Nov. 10) as
Disabled VeteransTo wr the establishment played host for a
Meet Nov. 12 rather unusual event as most taverns

All members and their families go. There was a wedding.At .
and all disabled veterans are invitedto about 2 p.m.,with the bells from
attend the next monthly meeting of a pinball machine acting as wedding
y r the DAV Chapter No. 61, Starke, on r bells. Rose Wagner exchanged vows .
Nov. 12, 1981 at 7:30: p.m. at the Pratt 4 with Glenn Piggott. Mr. O. Smith, a J
Street Recreation Center on West notary public, performed the brief

Pratt Street, next door to the Brad- ceremony.The .
ford County Jail. bride wore ...etc De aa
Mrs. Piggott was witnessed and at-
United Pentecostal Church L tended bySandi Smith an employeeof
St. Laws'Tavern. Curtis Jordan acted D
North Water
Kimberly Buhler as beat man. .
Rev. O.L. Wells Pastor The groom .is the son of Mr. and e

Friday 7:30 p.m., Youth Service. Mrs. Robert G. Piggott of Starke and
Kimberly Buhler Sunday -10 a.m., Sunday School. 1r is an employee of Union CorrectionalInstitute.

Jeffery Baker Sunday 7:30 p,m., Evangelistic The bride is employed by ,
Service. % Pantry Pride In Starke.
To Wed Dec. 12 r tIA
Tuesday 9 a.m., Ladies Prayer The couple was determined to get
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buhler announce Meeting.Wednesday7:30. married on this day as it was the
the engagement and approaching : p.m., Bible Study. bride's day off from work. After
marriage of their several attempts at locating notary
daughter Kimberly Ann, to Jeffery New Congregational publics and the day's rain hampering
Lee Baker son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff the search for a traditional site the
Methodist Church
Baker, all of Hampton.The ) couple decided to go ahead with the
wedding is planned for Dec. 12 Sunday 9:45 & 11 a.m., ceremony at Law's. '
in the First Baptist Church in Starke. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. "We think that it's the first wedding + W
Miss Buhler presently attends San- Friday, Young People Services at to be performed here in Law..." said
ta Fe Community College. She 7:30 p.m. Smith who works behind the bar.
raduated from Bradford High School A reception was held a Law's im-:

in 1981 Where she was a member of. Did You Know.,......... .... ...."._ edJuately.after-the { .
the Beta Club. : ," He' :' i, ..'\r'l''J"! : oj, '1..., ,
Mr. Baker is employed, General, ,.... .,Miss Norma Canova Jacksonville! ',< L vIA n'''
I Electric -..". .* was weekend guest pf 1NrlabdMrs..'*! y e 4 I

BHS Class of 76 4* r Lester Crews. r-1] 1: t1 X-fm; interest

Mrs. B.A. Pope of Norfolk, Va is .
Reunion Nov. 28 visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Guy in w .

The BITS class of'76 will have a reu- Gainesville for 10 days and also at-' ,
nion Saturday, Nov. 28 at 8 at the tended the Methodist homecoming on
Starke Golf and Country Club at $10 Sunday. and 8 CASH bonus

per person. Fashions Forthcoming. -
Among the out-of-town visitors at
For more information call Susan
Bakken 964-7787 or Lewis Cooper. the Methodist homecoming on Sunday ...

were Marguerite' Howell of Ocala, Sandra (Mrs Skippy) w h Fottunct
Georgia Horn of Ellisville Mo., Judy Crawford the
Did Yen Know........... Evans of Jacksonville and Margaret Nov. 19 champagne previews and upcoming gourmet 1" '

Stallings of Gainesville.Mrs. dinner and fashion show
Mrs. Edna Wells has been a patientin spon.
North Florida Regional Hospitalthe Ruth Baker of Jacksonvillewas Club.sored by the Starke Woman's .. AltSavefs CD's-

backbone past 10 in a days fall at after home.injuring her a recent guest of Mrs.Lou Struth.:. Sandra's dress Is. from Stump's, ,' '.':'J>
Dept. Store. It has the feminine
Mrs. L.A. Canova attended the touch of the 1930's that is coming .
attended the
Rev. Ben Bryant Florida State Music Teachers back for this J Convert :
Florida Convention in Orlando holiday season. your Money
Baptist Association annual
state meeting at Leila's, TG&Y, Bret & Jerry's, ,.; s
Monday to Wednesday.SRA the of Florida
University on Mondayand and Kenwlns Mill also show their Market Certificates. .
Tuesday. Mrs. Canova with Mr. tall clothes, the fashion show. IRS Approved. .
and Mrs. Rex Anderson, Jr.. and Mrs. George Canova attended the If you own a Fortune Feder4nr:
and son of Homestead spent the UF glee club and orchestra presentation the Dinner dinner is and at 7 fashion p.m. Tickets show for Fortune Federal's All-Savers Certificates now Money Marker Certificate with on interest
weekend with their parents, Mr. and are 10.77% simple Interest and rate that Is '
Sunday evening. 17.80. For a ticket contactStump' pay per annum equal to or higher tharf ttie All!
Mrs. Anderson, Sr. in Starke and Mr ", Leila's or any Woman'sClub allow you to exempt up to $2000 interest Savers rate at time of fronsf r,yduVar
and Mrs. Nick Harper in Lawtey. Mrs. William Phebus of Evansville, member. on a joint federal tax return ( $1000 on an transfer funds without any penalty" ftornthi\ '

Ind., Mrs. H.L. Tolbert and Mrs. Ian Diners will be able to enjoy a Individual return). Depending on tax certificate into ,
Mrs. J.H. Moseley returned Tuesday Niblack of Lake City were last Tues- your a new All-Savers Certificate! |
after three weeks gourmet feast as the models walk brocket these one-year certificates will yield For more information
of last week day to Thursday guests of Mr. and drop by your neorest! "
visit with her son and family Dr. and Mrs. David Montgomery. among the tables at the StarkeWoman's from,t6% to 23%;' Check the chart to see '. Fortune Federal office. ; vfft
Mrs. Jay Moseley in Knoxville Tenn. Club. what the All-Savers Certificate means to you'W '0

In your tax bracket.You can buy an All-Savers n. "'" __.... ;

Your Favorite Is Back! 11 fQ tD! te as $500. Each certificate (is fully w ruI": t, 'I
..a l '$1 00,000 by the F5LIC. --=
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'" care! ot''Q.O-month Money Market CD and investment yield on on*year U S' Treasury neon as of the
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recent auction date 10 77%interest
--- Fortune Federal will $1 0 cash For funds left
pay you a are to With a monthly or quarterly Inter
deposit of'$5000 or more, you will,receive est check 'rate of the certificate will be '
sxrti a $20 Sash'bonus. Open o 6-month ?*.". The ".*"".annual I yield' on all three options la ,...
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!''ry Money Mqrker: CD and you will receive $20. same deposit does differ tNghUy.Now available.. for asasassaswssasKnjais J ,.".,
Funds must remain on deposit for 90 days. limited lime' ,
One cash bonus per family. Offer good for a I I .' '...'

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Page lOA TELEGRAPH November 12.1981 '.' ., ...::..." __' '_ .-..;.--..... ., ...'1".1.;,.".""'>''+'" .G'.t'tf.:,
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4"' r-v-.... ---.. .... -- -"' -0 -c.---: --;. --= "* 4their
Annniversary: ;
Hampton Hilites ., 7 Back IomeViola her parents I ;' 1VIr, ,and Mrs, Wjllard 35th Wedding
movie and
..: Stinson in Moniverde. November 9 by attending a
in ( '" Lefebvre returned home via ,, dining in Gainesville, \.i") at31 ,
at home following his release from Eastern Airlines Thursday following I' ,
By Dolores Meng Randy last Thursday. two months visit with her sister and Happy AnniversaryMr.
phone 468-1915 Hodges home following recent ''brothe..in-Iaw. Mr.: and Mrs. Otis and Mrs. Paul.Menu celebratedWoman' -...
surgery. at Alachua General Lech in Owensboro Kentucky. Her GAnesvilln Community Cbta4451:
4-II Club Hospital. son Paul Lefebvre of Arizona was AglowFellow.hlp N.W. 18th St.A nursery is available at
there and left Saturday after visiting NoV. 18 the churchr'eservattona are a JnuatT"eaU
The Hampton 4-H Club will hold Wadsworth :
the Henry Spell family for several E.L. Hornsby Waldo or TA.
their meeting Thursday, (tonight) Entertains days. Donna 'Chamberlain, wife of Bob Gainesville. '. .
r November 12,at 7 o'clock at the homeof of Moore. J'IISAP'
Chamberlain and the mother
Jerry Wadsworth, Sr., Bobbin and Kenny Clark who completed two
Mary Jean Newman. in-
4 Everyone months Instruction Judith ages 14 and Jon aged 13 will interdenominational
terested is Invited to attend. Jody joined other members off the school with the is an
Jocephus and the Ghost Riders Bandon Atlanta Braves baseball team In speak at Women's Aglow Fellowship worldwide' organization of Christian-
HospitalizedRaleigh Saturday when they entertained at Sarasota came home Sunday. He hasa November meeting at 9:30 a.m., on charismatic women who meet
a Wiliston Hut Club cookout. break until Spring training begins Wednesday. Nov. 18. together In local groups of "arioui.Izee
Brannen is confined to Margaret and Justin went along! to and plans to do some hunting, study. Donna has worked as a nurse/mid to learn about Jesus Christ and .
Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville. assist and enjoy the good bar-b-qued Ing and relaxing. That home cooked wife teacher and community to praise Him as Lord.There is no ad.
Gertrude Slade returned home food and socializing. food is much appreciated! organizer for native villages on and mission charge and,all women as*
recently from Alachua General near the island in the Bahamas where :'
Mr and Mrs. Martin Menu and welcome. .
,:' ,;."ivy
Hospital. she lived for !
Amanda spent the weekend visiting over twenty years.
Gordon Wadsworth is recuperating The meeting will be held at .

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Rev. W.F. Montz

Rev.New W.F.Pastor Montz at You Ire going to like

Church of God ',

The Reverend Walter F. Montz, our Pharmacym ,. .. "
former pastor of the Placid Temple
Church of God Lake Placid, Florida, e
has assumed his duties as pastor of Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals,who are going to
the Church of God located at 422 N. St. make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education 0
former courses to maintain an up-to-dale knowledge ol developments In drugs.
Clair St., Starke, Fla. His '
/ They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts
Lake ,
pastorates were Placid i' and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you time by
Lane Avenue in Jacksonville Fort constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on handJqffzIFzfF!
Meade and North Melbourne.He .
established and bunt a new
thurch during his pastorate in North /%//%// /%/%%%%//% /Gf//fuxfz4rfz!
Melbourne. While pastoring there, he
was employed by Chrysler Corpora.
Lion at Cape Kennedy as an electronic ,
,engineer and worked on the Saturn IB I
and the Apollo Moon program. He
i also worked with Grumman Aircraft it s.U
at the cape, on the Apollo 11 that
made the first landing on the moon. '
He entered the ministry while at Cape I

Kennedy. PU.NriI
Prior to Cape Kennedy, he was I
:employed by the New Mexico State

;University, Physical Science JET ...
Laboratory on assignment to the mis- Nerfls ear 14oHllf-" .. '
;rsle. range at Wallops Island Va. .
He hold an associate in arts from I
:tee College, Cleveland, Tenn. and a .
bachelor of Science in electronic .
,.engineering from the American In- S.h.rln pnrWgn -,
jstitute: of Engineering, Chicago, Ill ''I I
.Before entering college he served / .

'four years in the Air Force. I '' '
He is a native of Illinois and his DORITOS
_wife, Clarice Blake Montz is a Floridian GILLETTEATRA '.
and the daughter of retired I! MYLANTA AQUA NET SUAVE COCA TORTILLA
;minister The Rev. and Mrs. M.A.

'children ried to ,Paul a daughter Miller,who Marcene resides, mar.in I 12-OUNCE fj& 69 10.0Z. 1t-OUNCI PACKOFS !!" 09 :'

;Longwood, Fla and a son, Frank HI salePriced 9g SalePriced 8ge 8.N 129LITI 1 I-Oz. 8SCi
'also" The of Rev.Starke.Montz succeeds the Rev. Sale Priced ..... ., n H ..... ..... Priced ........ ........ .....US ...
Melvin Drake who has resigned to Antacid.Low sodium.Limit 1 Aerosol spray.Superor Moisturizing Regular or Moist Twin blade cartridge. Limit 1 Refreshing beverage In plastic Your choice of all types.,,
Unscented Limit 1 Extra-Body." Limit 1
away bottle. Limit 2 Limit
take a pastorate in Riviera Beach,
Fla. I I _J .

Community News

te;N ACP '' STUFFING As..cAtLi' :', APER .... .
Meeting: 411'. I ;;':;" typing4 .pep.
The monthly meeting of the Brad ......r... .... 157' ...g..1'. 69- f ".....tM.yyp'".. ., rr .' ,r..ue.; ... 11'9', TyplAC Paper I'Hlgh.tren'gih'
ford County NAACP will be held Mon a.l. 699' T1Y
.day, Nov 16, in the annex of the I analgesic 1 In Prkud ....... Priced ale .......... sr: :j: .. *....
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church capsule form. Limit 11 Choice of Chicken Flavor I 5-gal.metal construction Premium quality Typine', ,,Pap.r
". at 7:30.: All interested citizens and or Corn Bread. Limit 2 with handy pour spout. needs paper for your special ,,:o" ':::;.'
members are invited to attend.

Girl Scouts: I
Brownie Troop 352 and Junior ARRID SOLID
Troop meet each Wednesday 3:30 at I DEODORANTMICKEY'8 WICKER
R.J.E. All Troop members are askedto l DUO TANG
please be present. 1.-0UNc. 129 ? RAINBOW p'1 PORTFOLIOS
'.' .... ......... .' BLANKET CLOTHES. WITH POCKETS

Boy Scouts: III Antl.persplrantCholceo'2 Limit 1 II...1... G4 a.ti 1' .. 00
Boy Scouts of America Troop 346 types. 999 a 5 //1
meet each Thursday at R.J E. at 7:30.: Priced ... .... POll .
Boys are invited to register with the I 72"x 90""::Assorted' colors Assorted colors a sizes. Assorted colors with r1 D

-'Boy Scouts or Club Scouts. Parents with nylon binding. 17"l11"x22V'flea.1*.'' _............11... fastener!! :_ .
are invited to give volunteer service It"X13".as"Reg.19.99 ...,,,...........13... ..
to these organizations. HEADWAY ..

New Bethel Baptist Church:Sunday Is.,. 169 f I t MEN'S i THERMO-SERV ,

School 10 a.m. District No. 2 monthly '" ... .......... MUG or.l BENDABLE,
meeting is scheduled for November I SHETLAND ''.
'. Your choice of 20 tablets TUMBLERHi DOLL '
19, at 8 p.m. at the church. or 16 capsules. Limit 1 SWEATER "
'( A new conference year will begin I "...1.1' "' 3 .....Lis.
." November 5, with a Rp,17a1 55. 477
Sunday new YOUR
'': Presiding Elder R.J. Blaine for the I a.". 999 I CHOICS ....... Priced. .......
following churches: Mt. Pisgah South JOHNSON PrlmdChoice 12-oz.Tu mbler or 10-oz. Loveable 10"doll with
of Starke, Greater Allen Chapel of BAND AID of sizes&colora.JOHNSON& Mug. Assorted designs." bendable arms alege.BAI'dD .
Starke, and Mt. Zion of Lawtey, The I BRANDBANDAGES [ AID
''tl' Ministers returned to the churches for _____ __.

...!. another conference year. I .INCH SalePrteed. ....... 79 aw LADIES'TERRY//, .l..._ ;1 j a I 2EBC0404 IT0 IJAq -

illMt.. Morlah United Methodist Chur-- Box of 60 plastic bandages. r TENNIS VINYL
(B,_ chSunday: School 9:30.: Morning Worry Limit 1 z4e,,. trl DUCT TAPE FISHING
", ship at 11 a.m. rehearsel for I SHOESi : COMBINATION SR
,;,", Christmas will begin Wed. 4 p.m. "r.- .... a0
Ebezener ChurchThe No.'IM Sale" 299 :: 999
Baptist 5'
?.? church anniversary will begin Friday I REACH .....,... ,,..... Priced lhlad'""....

... School Nov. 13 9:30.with: Choirs Morning on Parade worship Sunday at 11 I TOOTHBRUSH Assorted Slip reslstantsoles.alr.a 2"x60-yards.household' uie.Many. 'SbPlnnIngreeodIWlth2.PC., ," f' ". -ass1 -
y. a.m. with Ebezener Pastor presiding. I... 79 G. 'if-r .' .);;. .......

p_, Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. and 3 Prlc.dCholceof4typea.Limt12........ ...
/j i.t: p.m. Reverend James Ramsey will I
2..' preach. The Male Chorus of Bland I
": f' will sing. The public Is invited. '

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Church News I 3.9-OUNCI "4 i 59 :

The Older Adults will have a pros Sale, .PricedHelps ......... i senor sae IoW r
: thanksgiving dinner Nov. 12, at noon heal severe cases of
save in the fellowship hall. dry skin. Limit 1 ., R aS
,'( eThe Florida Southern Band will be I i+ iIr.dS4
,1,1.1 li returning to provide an evening of G
r(B' entertainment and inspiration, Sat. vw
Nov. 14. at 7:30 p.m. There will be acovereddish I FLEET
family supper at 6 p.m. ENEMA '
,xr.t The Senior High U.M.Y.F. will be w '
;'(91!; having a hayride Sunday at 8 p.m. I 4H-OUNCI.uu..49C rc
rllib: during the regular program time. All SalePrteedPremeasured. '9 ;
friends are invited. .Disposable. p
The Old Fashioned Bazaar will be Limit 2
'""'{, held a week from this Thursday I 3-SHELF BOUNCE ;
i"41 November 19. from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. BOOKCASE or .
':,8i9i, The soup and chili luncheon serving RID-A-BUG RECORD STORAGE ROLL FABRIC
bas time Is U.1 p.m., cost 150. Tickets REVLON I CABINETYOU -A-MATIC
member and in the church office.This I MANICURE
,11:.J, yea a "Country Pantry" has been I S OUNCS 9 let0.M 79I
.no)* added along! with the! plants an Old I R. .13.00 999Everything 0 .,., 249 .899 : .j

;y 4',f.i -White Man's Book Elephant Store Corner"'and "Real, Baked Nice a.I.Prlc.d..you....need for f1p411 Refill.Do,,It,yourself"..... pest Save 2.00 .,. hl.ed/N. ....
8B.1 Goodies Christmas and Holiday perfect.nail car. Limit 1 control. PremUed.. Limit. 2! or 13V**x 24'A"" X 18V Bookcase"Record'never Durable touch sponge water.head.Hands M.k..undrysta free.. .
Crafts and Just about storage cabinet.Brass-ton trim Price: reflects 1V.otf label.
little heart desires.Bring friends Limit 2 ,.
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lawteyNewi In their trailer near their brother- Mrs. Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee'
Matthew, of Baldwin. were Saturday ing
Deepest of the community Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Lake .
sympathy in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Springs.Mr.
of Mrs. Jack Estes. .
is extended to Mrs. Paul Moore City, visited their parents. Mr. and guests McCuIley and Mrs. Hubbard Harley at-
Miss Debbie Scott returned home
By Elizabeth Terry brothers, sister, and other family'members Mrs. Harold Eunice,. on Monday. from Bradford County Hospital on Mrs. Rossie Reddish and Mrs. Annie tended the Florida State Prison
at the death of her hus- Retired get-together at
Kelly visited her sister-in-law, Employees
782.3300PERSONALS Saturday.
band, Mr. Paul Moore on Wednesday, night.enry Hodges and son Mark attended We are to 'that; Mr. Mrs. Bessie Sapp on Monday morning Worthington Springs at Community
report '
:: : Burial was on Saturday.Mrs. tbe Stock Car Races hi Lake Cityon Ray Rosier happy who is a in to say goodbye to her before she moved Center on Saturday.
.Opal Lewis and her son-in-law patient and Mrs. Doss Hlgglnbotham
Saturday night. to a pursing home in New Smyrna Mr.
; Miss Elizabeth Alachua General
Terry was of 'Hospital
; a
guest Mr. Jesse Barber returned Friday Mrs.D.R. Brown was a guest of her for the winter. of Maxville, spent last weekend at
and niece Gainesville is .
her nephew Mr. and Mrs. really improving.
from WIImI Chief D.R. Brown, In Ber- here.
atoa. N.C. Mrs. husband their mobile home
Mrs. Doris Gaskins and Mrs.
Futch and
of Jacksonville Jennie of Alachua, the
: Roth
Terry sons Lewis visited her Bister Mn. Cuin muda for a week. She went with someof spent Flossie Rosier attended the Florida Mr.and Mrs.Albert Tinsler of Lexington
from until weekend with her Mrs.
Beach Monday She grandmother
Friday. Cummings, of Wilmington and Mr. the ladies whose husbands are in State Prison Retired Employees get Va., spent the weekend with
attended choir Boch and ,
Daisy great-grandmother
prayer meeting Barber visited his parents, Mr. and the same VP outfit. They came home Wilkinson. together at Worthington Springs their friends Mr.and Mrs.John Steeleon
with Mrs.
Mrs. Nellie
practice Terry on Wednesday
Mrs. Jesse Barber, of Selma N.C. north from Miami.
Friday. their
Mr. and Mrs. John Garnell on Boch took her homo Sunday, after Community Center on Saturday.Mrs. way
night. on
their Mrs. Virginia Jenkins, of HUllard, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended ,. ,. .. Juanita Harper, of Starke We are happy that Mr. George
were supper guests on Thursday was a Wednesday dinner guest of her the Florida State Prison retired noon. visited her mother, Mrs. Carl Shuford Is able to walk around town
The Futch's
'night. home on Friday brought at noon. Miss mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders employees get-together at Wor- Mr. Arthur Lizotte and his sister, Prevatt, on Sunday afternoon.Mr. during the afternoons.Mr. .
Mrs. Grace Dobbs and her Springs Community Centeron and Mrs. Smith has
thington Henry
,:Friends of Mr.Jim Rosier regret to Mrs. Florence Lizotte. of and Mrs. Truman Norman
learn that he Is a patient In Bradford daughter:, Mrs. Pat Welch, of Saturday. Massachusettes have moved back to wereSunday dinner guests of their another foster IOn, Jeff Bvmdy of
Jacksonville spent Sunday with their Mrs. Laura Kast and herdaughters
will be liv- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Lake Butler.
Our for the winter and son
County Hospital Lawtey
with him. prayers are brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Beth and Arnie, and son : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, met
Dobbs. bride-to-be Miss Nancy Murphy, who
will wed Wesley (Rick), June 11th
1982, at a special dinner on Friday
evening. Wesley is announcer for the

You're going to like Eckerd's Jacksonville.Mrs.WCRJ Christian. Radio Station in

David Kelly and son,Brannon
famous Photo Offer. .- of Jacksonvile, spent the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
TwIce Prints... Get an extra set ol prints with every roll of. Troxells.
color or black and white print film developed and printed... Friends of Mrs. Barbara Jean Jordan -
TODAY AND EVERYDAY / are happy that she returned home
Twtc |he) Film .... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one Thursday from North Florida
Kodacolor or black and white when you have your Mm processed Regional Hospital, Gainesville after
at Eckerd TODAY AND EVERYDAY / having had surgery on her right leg:

TWIca>the)Guaranty*... Buy only the prints you want. No ., / We are happy to report that she is get.
hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking ting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Arwood and)
.AVJ2 their brother Victor Arwood, of
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Sherring and family, of Starke, were
Sunday dinner guests of their grandmother
I Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson Jr,
are remodeling their mother's (Mrs1.

I' B.L. Wilkinson) house and will move.
rr I
r0 down here soon.
MEt1ASr Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. King and

daughters Tiffany and Stephany, of
Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
TsMlfltlll9ll sae. I II guests of their brother-in-law and'
sister Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hodges.

... .. I Mrs. Elsie Norman visited her
sister Mrs. A.B. Wainwright and her
I T"I brother-in-law, Mr. A.B. Wainwrightwho
is a patient in St. Lukes Hospital,
Jacksonville. He is seriously ill and
J *
--: 13" COLOR TELEVISION the of all
they covet prayers our
f!j 9 9100eolldetste.Automatic fine- I church people.
EVEREADY 249ew Mrs. Fred Moore was a guest of her
control 'diagonal measureCHRISTMAS
PALMOLIVE DOWNY LYSOL "C"or"D" N. tuning I sister Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa
Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Ann Andrews
LIQUID FABRIC BOWL BATTERIES / visited her mother, Mrs. Fred
CLEANER R..ul.ue. ,WITH N.ciYM.av..PU- noon. They went to Hardage Funeral
N..oiMHMutora4.ee Single full
89 control for four slots. Home on the Southside on Friday
M-OZ. 439 range a.1I
64-OZ.. j R., sY PACK99 I ICKIIIID'a night for visitation with the family
Sale 5ge SALS mcs.. ..............19" I I f fhlo.d and attended the funeral of Mr. Paul.

......... R.q..!.0. ...... H sak .. u..tnl."............"..*.....................*3.. A t ,I(ni I I I Moore on Saturday.
For clean dishes&soft hands. Foraofterclolhe8.PrlcarePrIoed n. For radios.recorders,flash Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts of
Limit 1 elects 20- off label. Limit 1 Disinfects as It cleans.Limit 2 lights & more. P1NALCOITAPTHM 16;99 Miami have moved back to Lawtey
HMATI .......... .. ........ I
permanently after spending
sometime in Miami with their

GENERAL ELECTRICSTEAMDRY r Mrs. Fzte Redd, of Macon, Ga.,
IRON brought her mother, Mr. O.J. Phillips
'fl4 99 home on Tuesday and will be with her

:;:::14. and Danny until Dec. 1st.
: ....... II of Jacksonville
., ... .25..m'f8l'\t.for..ndlatrl-' Mr. James Haga,
attended services at the First Baptist
'" n jai a t iTljJ s. ...- r1{t.q ..!l... on F uPQe 1? cord eet.. l4.",>t --- Church, Sunday morning. He was a
., ,iI' 'II dinner guest I of Pastor and Mrs.
.. i f fJ. David Brown and left for Miami in the
I afternoon.
POLLENEXPUREAIR Justin Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I 99 FILTER \ Dave Kelly, of Jacksonville,spent the
I weekend with his grandparents, Mr.
N..MMMgutarMM 2399 1 I and Mrs. George Kelly.

BEACON 15-LIQHT FOLD 2 speeds.Cleans I ; &deodorizes cI:

CARDS L TWINKLE SET GIFT WRAP fftJ air. I Girls Scout NewsIn

50OFF Regular.." 499 Rgulr3.9 199 N. I
think the Girl Scout
/REGULAR PRICES SateMleed. ................ .e.f.lhfe.d............... SHOWER MASSAGE leaders case are you looking a little chubby,
/ ) 1 Indoorllght.at.Lowanergvcon.umpHolldaycolors&patterns.. byWaterPiK( ft I the reason is very clear, all we have
Chojee of seasonal styles.; type per, tion.ULlisted. : N.lr1.e 16 99 done lately is eat.

........,12." ....... W The food was great at the
Y Wall mount massager replaces _.---"- I neighborhood first of the
NOVELTY PALM LEAF showerhead.Adlustablespray, month then we enjoyed the QSP din-
ner the first Tues. evening. QSP din-
DOORSWAG ner this year was at the Western Steer
jSLE ORNAMENTS where all the leaders were treated to

!99 J?. 2/I00/ j ... lpa.u ) POLLENEXSVEDAIII Io. their If you choice have of not the sent menu.in your Great QSP! it is

M. ,.. FrtmdGreat< ... 299W HAND MASSAGER past due to Wanda Smith this week.
? 4 C99ItooulsWltf We really do benefit from the sale of
pl efra- C hole*of wooden, door N HIS AIM I

son. plastic or plush types. .99 ....... | a the magazines, records tapes or
cassettes. Gateway needs additional
Two sided Infra-red heat, / .
J\ e.. use. I
the startedat
massage or both.2 attachments. oo funds to complete projects
j Camp Kateri, so please get your

LIGHTED PLASTIC I subscriptions turned in. The troops
receive 50 cents subscription
8 locally per
PACK OF BELL WREATH '" / .iih:: I so it helps us also.
::: Cluster chairmen and service team .
CANDLES ii .; members were treated to a wonderful
......... 99 i sag.er ,'fl> /.h I supper at the Mullins home last week
-. -|19 Sal ..ta 6 when Plans for the
mJi met.
they year
a. > g Priced .'...... Off Prtox) .... / "" were completed at this time and
Flto.d 2 bell cluster window 8' redrlbbortvFlnishlng1'touch
hopefully we will all be better Inlorm-
Choice olcolors-// ,..: pr table decoration. to your.wreatn."ISf ..
', ed.Warm
VIPPRO1250-WATT welcome to all leaders, new
{ LAS KG 1500-WATT .
or continuing.At
Elementary :
J&, N..teeei fAQO" Na.vr-.iiio Brownie leaders Mary Looney
,. Yrrrr. s wbw+, ._ .ltoe.S4.tS**..... ..........., Iw S"eg.14...I.OO ................9991 Cheryl Moss, Clarice Stephens, Glen-
.. instant on.fan-forced heat. speeds/4 heats.Pro-style da Sutton; Junior leaders Judy
4/ ii Safety tip over switch. nozzle. Tortoise-tone case. Dukes Joyce Sutton; Cadettes.
: : I. I Carolyn Eaves; Seniors, Laurie

'. ,m 'I OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7 W Mullins Carol O'Steen.

'' Sale.! ) Prices good thru Sat. Nov..14th mWMlrVeeerve Southside Cluster: Brownie

Q"b the right to limit quentltlee. / leaders, Patsy Phillips Lisa McLeod.

Pat Tyler, Nancy Odom, Elaine
I 0lI Thornton; Juniors, Diane Tierney

t@@O O:O F Andrea Abrams Donna Schaefer.At .

ED'KB (CS P' iBradford Brooker and Hampton Cluster:

: squarel Brownie leaders, Andrea Eaves
: Waterhouse (yeah), Betsy Mersey.
Linda Fisher; Juniors, Kathy Hobbs
@ I Ethel Douglas, Faye Dailey Faye
. r Lackey.

.a .. f uth I RJE Cluster: Brownie leaders
301 Florida
MERLIN or SIMON IIJ. $ < Beulah Lennon, Barbara Easley;
KODAK ELECTRONICGAMES Juniors, Elizabeth Walker, Edith
I Thomas.At .
CAMERA OUTFITNo. YOU*CMOICt, Me*.*.." GENERAL Lawtey Cluster: Brownie
.ALSO Met.M.M Save 1*.0f a*.ie.eo ;:' I leaders, Willie Mae Randolph
Barber; Junior leaders*
Pauline ;
R1.75 6ttl I Price, Charlene Brown and
Jt..y Regina .
::t .8g94299 249Qames ,119 Edna Allen.

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4 basic cialuclatlon..Floating No'ocu.lnoauto8anaalna of memory A concentration. forbettarlow-lIghUhota.. iTv I vK1ti- '' ... '. Y.. Congratulations to Laurie Mullins
decimal. A /DC operation.! flash turn* itself on A off. .While quantities last.Ho ., ,_ she is spending the week In Houston
: Tx.,where she is a delegate to the Na-

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( ... . ... .. ... .. ._ co .. .. .. ..". ... ,: :: ,r. .. first time someone from Starke has
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.h. Tornadoes Visit Rams Friday j


t Il Gainesville Eastside's Rams certainly BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES AT EASTSIDE j
aren't the fast and flesty :
district champs of the late 70's' but QUICK FACTS .,
BUS coaches are 'saying they are )
t i Game Site: Citizen's Field, Gainesville; kickoff 8pm.
their record for
plenty better than 2.6 Season Records) Tornadoes 0-8 with losses to Baker Co. ((7-13),

q "i d r this season Is shows. off a 10-6 loss to Palatka (0-55)(( Santa Fe (0-19)( St. Augustine (6-16), Gainesville
r Eastside coming state's second ranked (0-28)( North Marion ((15-41), Buchholz ((0-34), and Live Oak (0-25).

J'l 4-.: b AAA Palatka, the, in which the Rams held Eastside 2-6 with wins over Bishop Kenny (25-6) and Live Oak
1/ ; power (7-6), and losses to Santa Fe ((0-14)), Ocala Forest (0-18), Jax
touted Williams
John L. to
i iPI and the Parker ((0-13), Jax. Bolles (7-13), Buchholz ((0-42), and Palatka
yards rushing just plain put .
Panther wishbone witha (6-16)
screws to the Series History, : The Tornadoes still lead this relatively young

r stunting defense. held series with 6 wins to 3 losses but for the last three years it's been the'
of 22 starting
r 4' With 18 positions Rams after the Tornadoes were the victor in the first 6
+P,.. x 1b, down by underclassmen i it figures the clashes on, top
.. Rams are just now reaching their
..t. ... and that's just what Tornado Lust meeting; Eastside nipped BUS 26-23 in the second game of
11014 .1/1'II' -, '. ( peak the last after 39-7 in 1979 and 23-3 in 1978.
It' )I.,r .i ri4 may L- Head Coach David Hurse fears year season winning
.. kM ..' Players towatch for Eastside: Quarterback-halfback'Greg
: ., heading into Friday night's game Debose (13) has led the Ram offense and defensive tackle Tracy
,> y,1
\ "A't r :... .- 4rJA-3: ff",yf f' ; s d against Eastside at Citizen's Field all Cobb ((72) has been a defensive stickout for the aggressive Ram offense
; : :.. : : ... .' "It looks like they've put it .
r: ; l%, the last couple of weeks to
.; ">; f\t k : Cy together Oak Key matchups: The key matchup of this game may be seen in the
.1- i : J 7-6 victory over Live preceding
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II stat sheet afterwards -- BUS turnovers versus Eastside turnovers.
; r..fr "
; ) Palatka said of the
:1"- loss Hurse
.. '!.. -*"""-.._ '- ...... .'t U. yo J. ./f ,. 1". 1' ; .._ the ), Both clubs have been suicidal with their offensive miscues and the
; ''' Co4ti> ac ;.: :, "--\I''j---: _' ''''' -'' Rams. "So we're gonna have to put it
) <(f, tf..:.;.w. iVr"t'>MlNM M UiIoI.Itt' with 'em." one that can hold its mistakes down while causing the other to
together this week to stay
Hurse said turnovers have beenEastside's cough the ball up could win big. On paper Eastside appears to over-
DeWitt Runs In Ahead of The Pack.... match the Tornadoes with its size and speed.
nemisis (spund familiar?) ___ ___ ......,........
Lady Tornado freshman Linda DeWItt second from In the District meet last Friday. "They're turnover ratio probably is -------

right) chases Buchholz' ace Becky Hoffman to the finish DeWitt was easily the first freshman across in the girls almost as high as ours," he noted .

line with the Bobcat runner taking third and Linda fourth race. "They're offense has had trouble but what we like to do" The youngsters will also get a crackat

defensively they've been in every Two ninth graders lineman the kickoff and punting chores the
game. They are big, very big," he ad- Donald Thornton and fullback Oliver latter a sore point all year and the
ded, pointing at the eight 200 poundersand Tyson- have also been called up to former a weakness since regular

for four 190 pounders on the Ram the big team. kicker Rick Braswelt was injured.
BHS Harriers Qualify RegionForFwstTllneSmce1977 roster." "We're going to find out this weekin "We're working on the kicking

Eastside is still characterized by its ( practice) if we can fit some of game this week and we will be all dur-
aggressive split-40 defense that these young men into positions,'"' ing the offseason so we're not making
features stunting linebackers. Hurse said. "If we can they'll play these same mistakes next year;
Pluses for BHS this week are that Friday night." Hurse promised.
JV and freshman players have been
called up to shore up the thin varsityranks .
ana that means back 10 the
basic Tornado 50 defense.
After not having a cross country line 32nd and 33rd and Hawkins strug- "We get back to our basic
team get past District's since 1977 gled in 42nd Loper knew his girls were 4-deep defense (in the secondary) and

Bradford High School's harriers pulled in the money.He play our basic 50 again," Nurse said. %
the trick not once but twice last could only cross his fingers after "We were forced into the 5-3 with the
weekend as both the Tornado boys the boys finish it was simply too closeto injuries but now we have the JV kids
and girls won trips to Saturday's call. Richard Warren was 22nd, who we think can play back there ,
Region I meet to be held in Curtis Jones 34th Paul McKinney (Jimmy Schoening and Brad Russell'

Tallahassee. 41st Victor Letts 50th, and Kenny in particular) and we'll go back to
Behind a fourth-place individual DeWitt 56th as the scoring Tornadoeswith
showing by freshman Linda DeWittthe all but Jones and McKinney dipping -
Lady Tornadoes claimed fourth In under the times Loper had set as

the 18-school District II meet held at their goals and those two just miss- Net TourlltUIlerU'l -
St. Johns River Community College Ing. ) PRICEROLLBACK

and the BHS boys scored a sixth spotto They knew they had to run the

sew up a Region berth.It race like it was the last one they'dever .
marked the first time cross coun- run and they did it," Loper said.
try units from BHS have advanced Bishop Kenny edged Buchholz for )

past District since the Lady Tor- the boys team title, partially on the Twoset'matches the order of
nadoes were District champs in 1975 strength of a second consecutive In- were
the day in the men's division but the
and '76 and runnerups in '77. dividual championship by Kevin
"I couldn't have asked them to accept 1'i Campbell. .women went the route of close 3-set
tests the Starke Rec. IN
the challenge of the opportunity The two Bradford squads have.,, as Tournament Department'sTurkey'Tennls NOVEMBER.'Plus .l; :
they had and go out and do the job like' worked out this week against the hills '' '' opened, ." .. ,
last week. ,. : --- '-
they did any better" a jubilant coach of North Florida Regional}ro9pitaf In" T' 1 t' '
All men's
George Loper said of his team's show Gainesville in preparation for the up went lust eight 2 singles matches Waiver or 13.9>>
sets It Archie Kittles
ing. the beginning of the year we and down Tallahassee terrain
of at District and over Emerson Lotzia 6-4, 6-4; Eddie APR
set goals contending something they've seen little of. Financing
qualifying for Region and we've done + rt "We just hope we can continue to Winkler over David Capper 6-3, 6-2;

that. I'm just so proud of them, they perform like they did Friday," Loper Jack Ross over Mike McRae 6.4, 6-2,
ran their hearts out, all of them." said as he looked to Regionals which Craig Sapp over Mark Fnedlm 6-4.
And if Loper was jubilant his team opens at 1:30: with the girls AAA race 6-1; John Samons over Buddy Coil
was sky-high after the meet results McKinney Helps with the boys AAA run to follow Ings 6-3,6-4; Jerry Wilson over Jerry
trickled out from the jftdge's table BUS .. around 200.: Just ts at District's the McGriff 6-1, 6-2; and Joey Smith over
Friday The girls figured to be In the Qualify. top 6 teams and top 5 individuals advance John Harris 6-2, 6-4 Also Grover
top four and were when number Freshman Paul McKinney, shown this time to the state meet Howard advanced with a forfeit win
Freshman Pam Hawkins toughed outa here shadowing a Palatka runner during slated for Deland. over Joe Saenz of Keystone after the
severe headache and exhaustion to a regular season meeting helpedthe two split 6-4 sets and were postponedby

secure the high team finish. The boyson Tornado boys claim the sixth at District c...Country Moot rain I IIb I
the other hand were in a dogfightfor District's- final qualifying spot Girl to* 10 tram wulti flop( 4.d.."..to 1110"In dh !
: final for Saturday's Region I champion- Tollohouoo-) Ulrta* Nanny ((60'). 1)) luchholl M 3)OalnaalN ) Women's singles winners were !
the sixth qualifying to
spot N4)11AOr0IO) 126.1))loho Wolr 147 Marie Wynn, Loretta Ross, and Gayle
Region. They ran what Loper called ships. 4))IM 151.7)) North Morion ISS)Ocolo'0.,113.') Lee with Cathy Hobbs advancing into -J JII
U,. Van.u.rd 141. r /I'' 1
'easily their best race of the year as a Mlddloburi 10))
the semi's
team," and then whooped it up when ranked individuals Heather White of IndMduol top .. I) Hootllor Whit. (OH1)) ll,14. 1)) with a bye. Wynn topped. v, 1 UN" i iiJoJl
1....D..'.(IK) 11141 1)) Oo the"announcer gave the good news: GHS and Laura Davis of Bishop Ken- LINDA OoWin (IHt) II,K. 1)) DawnINI.. ((0. ......) 6-3, but Ross and Lee had it tougher I I1'a
Bradford with 203 points to edge ny, and team-leader Becky Hoffmanof Hi.II.lody. .
Ocala Vanguard (211) out for the District champ Gainesville T...... /IndMduoll." ) Undo D.Win' 11:14.: 14)TyHony ) Ross came back from a 6-2 first set -":)z 9rl
OrlHIo' IliW 13)) 1.u.". Smith I],11 33)) /..nAll. loss to Ella Cooney to win the final '
sixth spot in the 18-school test. Buchholz.Senior Tyffany Gnffis,who .. Nl. IJ.S4 41) ,.... H....'... ..,II. II) Carol sets 6-4 and 63. Lee nipped Pam )liqrnBli! IiHere's '[
Both showings were leaps from the gets her first shot at a Region run pa...), Kill 47))......thirty Ili44oyt Johns 6-2, 3-6, 62. a great way to get the equipment'you need.ttdvv21011')

eighth for the place boys of girls last finish season.and 16th spot Saturday Tallahassee at ran Jake"a Gaither super fantastic Park in too 10 Nun....... (..* 4 .d..... to ...1... The women hadn't hold the line on costs and take advantageofJail: r t:"tax"8, :1, a
,n.In Tolloh.ftoo) I) uchholl.31 gotten into credits! Massey has rolled back ?
1)) il.hop Nanny to'
DeWitt came home in it:15 over the race." according to Loper placing f*. 1)) Ocolo ,.>..! 104. 4)) '..... III. 1)) loo IM 4)AOrOHOKU ) doubles by Tuesday but three of the prices us Novembers] 1
slow SJCC course a time Loper 14th to put the Lady Tornadoes in ..... : .7)Vonguordllt.. 1))Mlddl......Ml.) four mens doubles matches have been by 20%. So we can now offer some of the biggest saw
equated to a low 11 minute run at good stead. When seniors LouetteSmith Oolnoivlllo.HI 111. 10))St. A.........141Indlvlduoro played Sapp and Winkler ings in our history on every new Massey on our lot.
I) Cnrii Compk.ll (C'M) 1514. 2)) Curll.C.
Bradford behind state- and Jennifer Nix crossed the
placing only .....>(ou)1oiM.HI ) eliminating Howard andCollmgs 6-2.
I..dl.......... 11)) llch.rd W...* I4,14.14))C. $Is 6-2; Smith and Kittles dousing Rick But don't wait. These savings apply only to new. J' ) *J4:
.... ".11. 41)) oul) nUKInnoy I7i0t. 50)) Victor 1.". Crane and Wayne Blankenship 6-2, equipment purchased in November. 3 *
'7 (4)rIonnyDoWlttl7.41) ft)Wodo Wldonor Ifill.
I 0))C.....'h._. l It,,.. 6-0; and McGriff'and Samons winning

Youth( Basketball Signups Set 7 by forfeit ovSJ r S sPand John Harris."'-- Choice of financing, tool .I'i*

I r If you buy now and qualify for financing
Registration for Starke's youth 1, and Thursday, Dec. 3. from 3:15: to ( I through
basketball league for boys and girls 4:30: p.m. I .. Massey-Ferguson Credit Corporation we'll give 'you your

ages! 8-13 is underway now through ': "folfotMlONBECAUSE i } choice of a waiver of finance charges 'til season of use, or'
Dec, 3. There is no charge for Players MUST attend at least one COMMITTED ; 13.9 annual percentage rate financing for two years. See
registration in the league, which can clinic to be placed on a team. us now for details.LOOK. .
be done Monday through Friday at Some type of rubber sole shoes ,
the Rec. Department office in the Old (basketball tennis, etc.) are re : ;; AT SOME'

Armory. quired. .. F THE

Age determining date is the "fS ., !t.V -'tJ:; i :": '/ SAVINGS WE CAN NOW OFFER
player's age on Nov. 15 of this year. 11/ .oJ'J.
Two leagues will be formed one for PINE FOBESrAPARrIWENTS

R-lO-.year; olds, and one for 11-13 year IvHrs Suggested Our November
olds' Prim. '' Prv-o
week 1-1 tt 3 ........ Ap.a. WE CARE. 20 117 20S 10' I '
Games start the of December 6.514 4,868
7-IK, Clinics for the players will beheld rr.m .1.10- t4 AITS** .
prior to the season for ." ZS lIP 210 III 7.543 'S,687
olds& Nov. and Wednes- It is our deep to
; Monday 30, 1530 W. Madison commitment 40&23010'! '
day Dec 2, from 3:15: to 4:30p.m.: and =iII 12,108 8,897 ,
for the 11-13 year olds Tuesday Dec. : ..., ...... ......112 offer the finest in traditional 4"Uz.cs', '14,213 '9,987

I services and burial arrange 10'.255. '17.7'13 '13,051

:Iw.Dr.. Leonard Schlofman ments. We are hereto provide -. 70 D.S IIJ' '18.920 '13,900

serene surroundings and, con- These
J Optometrist Hurry price rollback
siderate counselil limes
g..in savings. are good only during

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P _FUN ... At The Autumn Sun Fun Run ,.,,, I

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For the first time in the three year
+: history of the race there were new _
names In the winner's circle as nearly
100 runners competed In the 3rd An-
r nual Autumn Sun Fun Run held in

r Starke Saturday morning.
: Starke natives Tony Lawson and
Cindy Snell (formerly Cindy Grif-
i ,' fith),. both former Bradford High rtr
distance running standouts, had won t
.' m V the first two editions of the Starke
road race but Saturday Was a different -

Young Roger Sutton of the Ocala
Runners Club topped Lawson by 28
seconds in the men's 10,000 meter
race while Frieda Chewning, a .!
Gainesville runner who coached the ; l e eL
BHS girls basketball team for one
year, easily captured the women's _
10,000. Cindy Snell, recently marriedand
off the running regimen of her
d BHS and Santa Fe Community Col- ,y s ) mt
a flt...'*. defend her tA AMI fI. ,
.w. y ----- -
tie instead running in the milo "fun
: I.-! '. i run" and placing second in the Smiling and Gasping... That's the Winners...
women's division to Bradford High 10.000 meter race winners Frieda Chewning, left, and Roger Sutton, right, express two different emotion
I.i cross country' team member Pam in the wake of their victories Saturday.
: Hawkins. Chewning with time to rest afterwards, smiled as she eyed the women's overall championship trophy
: Winning the men's title in the fun given her.While Just moments after finishing the..2 mile race Sutton Is thinking about something even more
run and setting a new mile record was importantbreathing..
was Donald McGrary of Santa' Fe ,
.- :"It:" .' "';:' .. .
'" Community College with a 4:43 time. 1 ,
Sutton's championship time of 32:20:
was well off the 30:27 Lawson ran to 26-29: 1) Chris Johnson 32:54, 2) *' -M)
win last year but the course was dif- Dwight Vanderboegh. .
_. ; ferent. The O alan, a University of 30-34: 1) Tony Lawson 32:48: 2)) Al 1kA ;'I ,

.. Florida student broke away early Brown. "
p'.'"' ".. .' and had a 30 yard edge over a pack 33-39: 1) Grady Pauley 47:18. ..; -.k'-' .'-
"' ':;. ; ;4 f made of Lawson, Chris Johnson, .r '\
up \ Nick '
\\ 40-49: 1) Max Galvez 43:22: 2) \ .
,<', ; Wigelleus.
tt1. .,. Lawson, who now runs for the ; -
'ils f : point.
;.: ;: ","" h Florida Track Club, sprinted home 45:59.50-and-over: : 1) Ernie Heishman :"j %,:,r. '.' .[

for second .. ; ?:.
A Race Within a Race... Chewning who coached at BHS in
1979-80, won by an even bigger Women's top 5- 1) Frieda Chewning, iI9'! ,.,
That's what this ,
scene as Bob termer- left Pam Hawkins, front, :
minute 47 seconds Club 2) Cindy Kline
margin, a over Fla. Track 40:09.: '
and Ralph Nordgren race each other to the finish line at the end of the mile
Fun Run Saturday. runnerup Cindy Kline. BHS cross 41:58: 3) Maureen Lotzia 50:02: 4) : '
country aces Tyffany Griffis and Linda (tie) Linda DeWitt, Starke, and Tyf- '. r
the girls 100 and 220 yard dash record holder at BUS "won" the DeWitt ran to a relaxed Intentionaltie fany Griffis, Starke, 50:21.: :;:
sprint to the finish line and .
was the women's overall mile champ Saturday "
but still ended up tied for fifth. Age Groups ..
while Larimer Nordgren, Executive Workshop Director Director of for. BUARC. was next followed. by In the fun run Hawkins entered just 13-and under: 1) Polly Griffis 56:56: "fI'"' .
before race time, but the BHS 2)). Donna Parado. it'."
sophomore who is known more'for her ...-19: 1) tie Linda DeWitt and Tyf ,;; .' :j
sprinting (setting school 100 and 220 fany Griffis 50:21.: .
records as a ninth grader last year) 20-24: no runners entered. : '.
,.CalendarFriday made the most of it, winning by 10 25-29: 1) Frieda Chewning 40:09: 2) A'i rfR> ___ '1
seconds, 6:18 to 6:28: over Mrs. Snell. Cindy Kline 41:56. I
Nov. 12- Spots 3-4-3 were gathered up by 30-39: no runners entered in this o :
speedy sixth graders Lisa Tierneyand group. .'i'.
BIIS varsity football at Eastside (8)) Lori Sapp, and seventh grader 40-and-over: 1)) Patty Schnell 5705.: ,
Kelly Jackson. In the men's mile ;4.j .
McGrary had no trouble winning over One Mile Fun Run \
Saturday Nov. 14-
Bruce and Starke teenager Men's Top 5-1) Donald McGrary .
Pop Warner football, all 5 teams away George Crews (5:24). 4:43,2) Bruce Bylsma 5:05: ,3) George "

BUS at Region I cross country meet, Tallahassee (130)) Winning the trophy as youngest Crews, Starke, 5:24, 4) Lex Sanders,
runner was three year old Kelly Kline Starke, 6:03: 5) Allen Gonzales,
while 57 year old Bob Steube was the 'Starke, 6:16.
"Sunday, ;- v.8- oldest runner award winner. And Age Groups
Men's flag football (1:30 & 3) don't think those two were holding up 13-and-under: 1) Allen Gonzales, 2)
the rear either. Drew Davis, 3) Ricky Sanford.
The sturdy Steube ran both the 14-17 1) George Crews. 2) Lex
Friday Nov. 20BllSvarsityfootball- 10,000 and mile finishing 40th overall ,Sanders, 3) Luckie Harvey.
(W at Middleburg (8).y* '?">' *.*. and 2nd in his age group in the longer \ 18-21: 1) Donald McGrary.

... ....... .. run with a 49:18 time and winning his {...22.24kjB! ; ) :y cgHYlaaew.i4m'1 ,
. ', ., .1..W., :... ': \tt!, .1_.. J ....4 JOI!''i1ge group mlleruttlfl: Kelly rai'with'"* 26-29: : 1! Ralph Nordgren.,,
4h. ty wt.'y 4ieSK "I\I grandfather Noble Scroggins and -4t; 1)) Robert Larimer.
was 38th out of 45 runners in the mile
40-49: 1)) John Danielson.
Starke] Qiristian Scores WinsThe with a 13:56: time. SO-and-over 1) Bob Stuebe. 2) Noble i

10,000>> Meter Run Scroggins. .__.._ --. J --

Starke Christian School Crusaders won the North Central Division Flag Men's Top 5- 1) Roger Sutton,Ocala Women's top 51) Pam Hawkins, The Youngest Runner Plays Photogenic... .
Football title for Christian schools last week and also took second in the Divi- Runner's Club 32:20, 2) Tony Starke, 6:18: 2) Cindy Griffith Snell, Three year old Kelly Kline preens for a photograph upon accepting a trophy. .
sion's girls volleyball league. Lawson, Fla. Track Club, 32:46.: 3) Jax., 6-28: 3) Lisa Tierney, Starke, as the youngest runner in Saturday's Autumn Sun Fun Run.
The flag football team closed out a perfect regular season with two victories Chris Johnson 32:54: 4) Bruce 6-58: 4) Lori Sapp, Starke, 7:09: ; 5) Handing her the award are race director Resile Griffith, top and HU.VIU''
Imthe: Division playoffs last week topping Calvary Christian Academy of Bylsma 33:18, 5) Chris Guard 35:22. Kelly Jackson Starke, 7:23.: executive director Bob Larimer, right while BUAKC secretarynna. "
Alachua 60-14 and Hampton Christian Academy 5120. Ag!.Groups Age Groups Clayton, rear, got a laugh out of little Cathy's cute pose.
{.f'ext week the Crusaders will vie for the state championship against win- 13-under: 1) Henry Cooper 48:39. 13-and-under: 1) Lisa Tierney, 2)
tie rs from other divisions. Also as a result of their perfect: record for the year, 14-17: 1)) Richard Warren 38:32: 2)) Lori Sapp, 3) Kelly Jackson.
t' \Starke Christian team has been invited to participate in the National Flag Paul McKinney 37:56.: 0 14-19: 1) Pam Hawkins, 2) Cindy
tball Championship Finals for Christian Schools in Dayton, Tenn., Nov. 18-Zlt 1)' Roger Sutton 32:20, 2)) Griffith Snell 3) Pam Pratt. CHOM PIN'GOOD
1 0, : Chris Gerard 35:22: 3) Brian Whitney. 20-24:1) Kerry Baker. (
Members'o ihe Crusaders teamincludei Derek Alvarez, Greg Alvarez, 22-25: 1) Bruce Bylsma 33:18, 2)) 30.39:1)) Darnell Dunaway. y 1'1'J'
ul Causey.'iRichard Harris6tvHahkHo i sworth, Terry Martin,Jeff Moody and Timmy Moody. Their coach is John
kola, '" ....., ....
ffgMJ ............:,;...,..,....,.; ... Basketball League Planned for Starke I '- \ ;
he SCS girls:volleyball team captured the Division's second place trophy Wafers Grocery
gh Hampton Christian Academy winning the league title. Starke Rec. Director Cheryl. God- should begin to get themselves!
ember .Utp Starke Christian School team are Sandy Dudding, Melissa win has announced that teams hoping organized. Lawt Fl.. 782-3737 I .1+
J tkson. PnaciUa Jackson, Sandra Kersey, Amanda Melton Johnnie Melton, to get into the Men's Basketball A league organizational meeting I! j,
l lanie"f'Aet $,,*IIlY Volkots;and Tammy. Volkots.?. Their coach is Hazelding)9dmeo" League to be sponsored by Starke will be held in December with play I Quamty Rights Reserved Ad Good Nov. 13 thru Nov, 19 ,
) + Rec. and Community Education starting (in January.
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High's Lady Tornadoesnever -VTA iS- rrdk'lI-IL: :

gave up, rallying from down '..... .." :
13-3 in the final game, but a victory >
Just wasn't in the cards at last week's I Boston Butt Farmbasi
District,5-AAA girls volleyball,tour \J'M'
nament as Live Oak eliminated BUS I ."; .ROASTBEEF. PorkRoast :
in the first round. Live Oak went on to se Milk 9"Lb.
run into Juggernaut Santa Fe in the,! ,' 1 .
second round, losing 15-3,15-4 and the! < .
host SF Raiders went on to edge "
Buchholz in a three game title matchto
continue its run of District cham- Bush
pionships.. SIn Great Northern '
the first-rounder played Wednes- ..ULSANDWICHES '
day, Nov.4, at Alachua Santa Fe Live or Kidney
Oak jumped out with a 15-6 first game :" Hunters Special $109'I'
lead but the Bradford girls stormed 100 Lbs. Wasco Beans
back to whip the Bulldogs 15-1 in the ; "'
second game. At that point the Food 1B .z.eaa 'ourCholoe
momentum was all BHS but Live Oak < Dog
and 13-3 leads nt l 9 ;11''j.f. )
fought back to grab 7-2 0 '
Now some teams might have $ Honay Baa SLbs
n'.j $1595 ,
started to pack their bags with that "HJ ; plus to
kind of deficit to make up but in a 'mmd 169 a i
timeout the BHS girls *promised :; :311"V"M ::.tt.I'." . Plus Tax, o.t L1< .j. SugarBlue

Coach Inez Harvey that 'we can :01.'t.. .. .. ,
.come back... we can beat these girls."! .. III ;,"';"..:..... .. ...$'$8 ..$!, .v": -
And they almost did. clawing backto ."'.:. .J.., co- ... .:" .... .... }N.,, '.''''' .' I I Bird Chiliad J Jt
46_ ... .. .. .. """"... !.. .. ;; .
a 14-all tie before Live Oak spoiledthe .".. U'" .. .. "
winn"They .. ... \I': .. ,..". ... 1 o':.t. III .. .. ........" ..... 89 c
J" .
dream ending with the two "..:iI.."' 'or;. ... ..... Co. ..-f.. ... ..1',........ \ t1. .1 Orange Juice vh 2
points. 'U' a ''. "'... .!; 46.4' .'1 .. : '1 :.
.. .. .. ....
fought so hard to come : WIo o1W' '': .A "AI' .,,7. ... .. .f..'..r.. '. I Winter Special
back," Mrs. Harvey noted with a 1- .t '(''1":1'f': ... ''!; rJ,
11'I. !) 'I
of them. We Just : .Jo.
smile l was proud : .
couldn't get those. other, points after' .. .. I Cast Iron Wood .Heater $10995
tieing it up." : 1IIo,1 -. : ""*, ')._ al 4
Three seniors playing their ,last ..
matches Hope "Jackson:Tracy, l'"W' Core p. 1hz
Hankerson, and, Dana Cooper '.. "" y
played well with'Jackson providing ,ill lath PEPSI J Bud, Millar ;

service points on the night Cooper' 7, = RC and.. .Sehlitz Busch ,; .J
and Hankerson 5. : Tissue
Vonda Kay Hall added 4 In the third No Coupon'Necessary FLAVORSml"
game and Pam'Sams and Lorraine ) ..1hz.... 281 lax
Baas Oth had 4 for the match. 181
Bradford finished 5-7 for the season. Ills Dap has

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I Offense Fizzles as Suwaniiee: e Bulldogs: Bite Toi'ii.adOe.< -

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: With the offense never mounting a Opening the third period (with a one spiraling 52 yard beauty. Fhompsun was bUndslded by the pass

serious threat of breaching the Live 12-0 lead) Live Oak tried a fake punt The Bulldogs didn't ring up any rush in the fourth period and carrying

Oak-Suwannee defense the BHS Tor- from its 28 but it didn't fool the BHS huge offensive stat's either managing the ball back 24 yards to the Tornado

nadoes dropped to 0-8 with a 25-0 loss defense, which was told all week that just 178 yards total offense. but 27. Five plays later Jones lobbed a th>.o.k .......... I

; against the Bulldogs in last week's the visitors I Inved to pull that sort of they were consistent, scoring one 13-yarder into the endzone to II.............. UPS 5sil.a .

; final home game of the 1981 cam trickery. Tornado defenders Melvin touchdown in all four quarters. Williams, who showed hands to go n _n .liM-v!..r**. **
paign. Randles, Randy Luke, and Kenny Senior wideout-safety Reginald with his right foot by outleaping three ..,.-* cnvt-itt-liit H -.
Any Bradford fans hoping the home Wright smothered Live Oak's Cedric Ford put most, of the points on the BHS defenders for the ball. .-4l.1 .pvnM-CM *-.... ,

finale would mean more offensive Jones at the Bulldog 32 and again BHS board. Live Oak muffed its first 3 conversion .7...,I -. Mhl....-*..yto.. I.t-1.

:fireworks from the club that has had a chance to close the gap. But, a Ford sliced in to pick off a Thompson kicks before Keith Hunter found

:mustered just 28 points In 8 contests pass fell incomplete and after Luke pass and ran 44 yards for a 6-0 the range on the final try for a final 10r* .4 ....."'...Hw nM (kick f.IM)
:were disappointed. Only twice did the ran for 3 yards a third and 7 play was lead, wiggled free on 4th and 23 for a 25-0 count. IO- r.,. tf ps's hew MUM (tailed kkk tailed)
IO- Paid M
:Tornadoes get into Live Oak territory scrapped when LO linebacker Phil touchdown pass from Cedric Jones Winners of the BUS coaches awards U>- WllllMin pent II fmt ream tram(kick Ie_. (kick) felled' )

: both thanks to the defense. Washington dropped Thomas for a that made it 12-0 at half, and then this week were: Rehberg Defensive
: Linebacker Bruce Rehberg shook a Line Eric Lane Defensive Back ledtslds.l _. l., *.ss,
and Thomas loss of 8 on a wide option pitchout. The busted a 54 yard punt return late in ; ; .......,.... "Itaitrfy ivk. I? ..,... SI ,....., .JeSus
:fumble loose Brian Tornadoes punted on fourth and 15 period three to open the gap to 180. Randy Luke, Offensive Back; and "'._. loa 5-ia lane t./ ..re'IIe_. 5-f'( .). Thompson Pumps... ;' IS
:recovered at the 'Dog 34 with 19 from the 37 and never again had such He even set up the final Bulldog score, Barry King Offensive Line (for the ....,.... John "'...._ IS _.... S Mm ._. I ,In51 ;
;seconds to go In the half and a major snaring a second Interception when second straight week). ...._. ....... BUS signal-caller John Thompson;:! I
penalty moved BHS to the Live Oak an oppurtunity. *......b... c...,.... N.rm.i 4 ._... ZZ'".., *.1.l .iT looks for a receiver In action earlier;::* i
BHS was held to 93 yards in offense .. ..... .. ... .. .. .... . . . .. .. ....... ._.
-. ... -..-.._-- .--..-. .- .- -.-. -. -..- .-.. _-. .. -.-. ... -. -. .. "' 5.5. he
But the hairs last Bulldog - - - - this Friday night hopes to ;
::19. on play and Bulldog punter Rick Jay ....... true* ..tlkwrf 7 prImary, ....,...| ..il.,. year. :- I
tackle Jeff Russell nailed Tornado Williams pinned them back with 5 total KMHiy Wright 4-1. ;quarterback John Thompson before Tornadoof BrlgM. ..-., _... Cram1'4| Chuck WIHtoim l-l-z., turnover rate down agaInst
punts averaging 45.3 yards, including *.*
;he could throw. PwmMc. .. .ry- Irian ThontMBIGHAM Eastslde.
theWeek '.
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I Starke Guardsmen Fall 27-26 Deceas. the personal represen IN THE CIRCUIT COURT :
: ed. tative. or the venue or FOR UNION COUNTY, .
Macclenny's Bucs edged the local son to Jim Lewis ana Mike :stuart .4 For the second straight week BHS ALL CLAIMS SION. ; .:

Guardsmen 27-26 in overtime in amen's They converted 2 of 3 extra points on senior Bruce Rehberg is Tornado of TO ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS FILE NO. 81.171.CP .:
flag football game played Sun passes from Paterson to Lewis and the Week.In CLAIMS OR NOT SO FILED IN RE. ESTATE OF :.
Corbin but in the overtime a missed WILL BE FOREVER BAR ELSIE VIRGINIA HAR- .
day in Starke. last week's loss at Live Oak DEMANDS AGAINST THE -
The two teams battled to a 20-20( tie conversion was the difference as the Rehberg was a bright spot on defense, ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL RED. / DIN. ,
in regulation with the Guardsmen Macclenny team got its one point pass leading the squad with 7 solo tackles OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Date of the first Deceased. : E
after the Guardsmen failed to after a publication of the Notice NOTICE TO .:;
scoring first on a double pass from and 1 assist, and also"played another IN THE ESTATE: ,
Randy Corbin to Larry Paterson and TD throw from Paterson to Lewis. I- "11"-"' good game" at offensive center according YOU ARE HEREBY of Administration : CREDITORSTO
Leading the locals: defense was Jim November 12, 1981. ALL PERSONS HAVING ;
NOTIFIED that the administration
then on two tosses from Buddy Pater- to line coach Carlton Faulk.
my Alvarez with a pair of intercep-- ... .... .. .. ..Rehberg... ............ ... .... .. .. .. .. ... ..... .. .. ... ... .. of the CLAIMS OR-
tions.ed estate of JENNIE Wlllaim E. (Bill) DEMANDS AGAINST THE
L.a.l.! J WAGNER BIGHAM Bigham Jr:, As Personal ABOVE ESTATE ;

deceased Is pending In Representative of the Within three months .
the Circuit Court for Estate of Jennie Wagner from the time of the first .

NOTICE OF INTENTTO from the Superinten distance of 25.04 feet to CIVIL ACTION dress I I. MYRON C. day, December 1198101' Bradford County, Bigham. deceased publication of this notice .
APPLY dent' Offices, at the the Easterly boundary of CASE NO. 81382IN PREVATT. JR.. P O. the some said place at 7 Florida, Probate Division ATTORNEY 'FOR PER. you are required to file, -'

FOR SPECIAL OR LOCAL Bradford County School the right of way of Ep. Drawer 790. Keystone p.m. an Ordinance the address of SONAl REPRESEN. with the clerk of the Cir ..7
ACT Board 582 North Temple person Street run RE: The Marriage of Height Fla, 32656. relating to: which is Bradford County TATIVE.: George H. cult Court of Union Coun _.

Nolle I. h.r.by Avenue, Starke, Florida. thence South 0 degrees JESSIE HAMILTON, Telephone ((904)) Th. -...onlng of the Courthouse, Starke, Pierce, P.O. Drawer ty, Florida Probate Division ,
given that the undersign- This Is in compliancewith 30 feet East along said Husband 473-4993. on or before 20 following described property Florida 32091 1020, Starke. Florida the address of

.d will seek enactment Florida Statutes Easterly boundary a and days from the date of and amending the The personal 32091. Telephone which Is 55 West Mom' ..
of a special or local oct Chapter I 120. 54 as distance of 335 feet to HAZEL HAMILTON first publication of this Comprehensive land representative of the 964.5701. Street, lake Butler '
airlanding chopt.r 27 13. enacted by the 1974 point of begInning. From Wife notice, and file the Us. Plan to provide that estate Is WILLIAM E. Florida 32054, a written"v:
lows of Florida. 1951. Florida Legislature. point of beginning thus original with the clerk of lands currently zoned (BILL) BIGHAM, JR. 1l/l22lchg11/l9_ statement of any claim "

authorizing th* Board of Thomas Casey Jr.. described continue South NOTICE OF ACTION this court either before R-1A and designated by whose address Is RFD IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF or demand you may have_: _J_.
Trustee* of BRADFORD Superintendent 0 degrees 30 feet East a TO: JESSE HAMILTON service on Petitioner the plan Single Family Brooker Florida 32622. FLORIDA. EIGHTH against the estate of, ,
COUNTY HOSPITAL Brod'rd County distance of 75 feet to a Address Unknow attorney or Immediately very low density. be the name and address of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ELSIE VIRGINIA HARDIN ".'.-'
CORPORATION to I lease Schools point, run thence North YOU ARE NOTIFIED thereafter; otherwise a rezoned R2A. multifamily the personal representativeS AND FOR BRADFORD deceased. -i
the capital facilities of 1I/0521chg, 12 89 degrees 30 feet East a that a Petition for judgment will be enteredfor low density the attorney are set COUNTYFLORIDA.. Each claim must be ,in. : ,<
Bradford County Hospital distance of 97.21 feet to Dissolution of Marriagehas the relief demanded property of William Band forth below. CASE NO. 81-507 writing and must indicate

;: to a non-profit corporation NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO a point; run thence North been filr,.
7 ; authorizing th* REGISTER I degree 10 feet West a you In the above-named WITNESS my hqnd and 557 N. Walnut claims or demands RE: The Marriage of cljim, the name and ad. :
.,"- Board of Truti of FICTITIOUS NAME distance of 75.01 feet to Court and you are required seal of this Court on October Street Stark, Florida against the estate are WAYNE E. REEVES. dress of the creditor or''

... Bradford County Hospital a point run thence South to serve a copy cr 28, 1981. That parcel of land In required WITHIN THREE Husband his agent or attorney .
Corporation to contractfor Pursuant to Section 89 degrees 30 feet Westa your answer or pleaH. .ig Gilberts. Brown Lot 4, 5.6, and 7 of Blk I MONTHS FROM THE and and the amount claimed )
hospital services for 865.09, Florida Statutes distance of 96.35 feet on the Petition t the Clerk of the Court In E.S. Matthew Add. A DATE OF THE FIRST DOROTHY L. REEVES. If the claim is not yet- -
to of By Beurah Moody S/0. PUBLICATION OF THIS due the dote when it.: -
Indigent citizens of Brad. notice is hereby given point beginning. Petitioner' C* orney Wife .
ford County not to exceed that the undersigned. RICHARD E. WELTY P. O. D.puty Clerk Each and every person NOTICE, to file, with the NOTICE OF ACTIONTO will become due shall be; -f

the tax revenue Art "Doc" Miller, Route and It further appearingthe Box 995 Siarke., Florida 11/OS4tchgll/26: having an Interest clerk of the above courta : WAYNE E. REEVES stated II the claim is: 7;

received by Bradford 4, Box 1487, Starke, Defendants NormanC 32091. and file the PUBLIC NOTICEAN whatever In the enactment written statement of Rt. I, Box 325 Opp contingent or unlt.-.
County Hospital Corporation Florida 32091 sole Dague and JacquelineN. original bnsw.r or ORDINANCE AMEN of this proposed any claim or demand Alabama 36 67. quidated the nature of; "?
each fiscal owner, doing business Dogue his wife can pleading, in the Office of DING THE COMPREHEN. Ordinance should appear they may have Each YOU ARE HEREBY the uncertainty shall be.:
year; and providing an under the firm name of not be served within the the Clerk of the Circuit SIVE LAND USE PLAN and be heard at the claim must be in writing NOTIFIED that a Petition stated. If the claim is; -J
effective date. ASHMUR PUBLISHERS. State of Florida that it is Court and for Bradford ELEMENT AND MAP OF time and place prescribed. and must. indicate the for Dissolution of Marriage secured the security.

DATED this 10th dayof Woodland Acre, Route not practicable to serve County, Florida on or THE CITY OF STARKE basis for the claim the has been filed, shall be described They
November, 1981. 4. Box 1 1487. Starke them personally and before November 27 FLORIDA In accordance Albert L. Crosby Jr. name and address of the against you and that claimant shall deliver*.:3;;,
/s/AI Kay Carlisle Florida 32091 intends to thaI they have not volun. 1981.If with the local Government Planning' A Zoning creditor or his agent or you are required to sufficient copies of the-. '*
Joseph H. Stephenson register said flcitious tarily appeared hereIn. it you fail to do so, Official attorney and the serve a copy of your claim to the clerk tor ,
Lucille H. Green is therefore judgment by default will ComprehensivePlanning City of Slorke, Fla amount claimed. If the enable the clerk to mOIt; )
name under the Act of Response or to
1975 a* Pleading
3 i .Curtis G. Sander .aforesaid stQtute.Dated ORDERED AS be token against you for provided lot, In Chapter Itchg 11/12 claim In not yet due, the.dat. "the*Petition"pon'3'; ). the one copy 10..ochr.-P."r5is1
.:i S';.George Shulord this 29fh day FOLLOW! '. ., .. .. relief' demanded In the. 163 of' the Florida NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO JobSflJ' tt"1 becogje "IC..2.om lot5xi. t toM"V'- Atonal representative' ,,;. foJS
:.Jtchg 11/12 I. Th. Defeandants Petition clue shall be Ita.d-II 5-'t-IC-rTM: S AT5OPjS
of October William R. Burwell. P 0
AD., 1981 in Statutes and Chapter 25 REGISTER
Norman C. and Witness the claim Is DEMANDS NOT SO FILED >3
Bradford Dague my hand and contingent or Box 1260. Gainesville :
County. Code of ordinances. Cityof FICITIOUS NAME
NOTICE OF INTENTTO lO/294tpd 11/19 Jacqueline N. Dague his seal this 20th day of October Stark, Florida.TO Pursuant to Section unliquidated the natureof Florida 32602 and file, WILL BE FOREVER 8AR',- i
APPLY FOR 'wife, shall appear in this 1981. the uncertainty shall the RED. /::;
: All Citizen, Taxpayers 865.09, Florida Statutes original Response or
SPECIAl OR LOCAL ACT UNITED STATES DISTRICT cause and plead to the be stated. If the claim Is Pleading the office, of Dated the 19th day of
and other Interested notice Is hereby in
COURT MIDDLE complaint filed herein Gilbert S. Brown given secured the October 1981 .
Notice Is hereby given on that the security the Clerk of the Circuit .: ;
that the will DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVillE or before November 16 Clerk of Sold Court person shall be described The Court before the J
undersigned You and each of you and Eloise Starl on or
seek enactment of a' DIVI 1981. or In default By Beulah Moody are hereby and herewith ing. P.O. Box 356. claimant shall deliver 14th day of December Rosalie June Bridges -
special or local oct SION. ,th ,roof. the Court shall Deputy Clerk given notice in accordance Storke. Florida. joint sufficient copies of the A.D 1981. If you foil' to As Personal Reproscn
CASE 81.958.Civ.J.B 10/2 4 tchg 11/12 claim to the clerk tative of the Estate o(' :
amending chapter 27413 I pioceed to judgment in with the Florida owner, doing business to do so, a Default Judgment -:
lows of Florida 1951. 'this causa to the extent Statutes and City ordinance under the firm name of enable the clerk to mail will be taken Coleman Logan Hardun-
authorizing the Board of UNITED STATES OF provided for by Section IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF *, City of Starke. Korner Fashions 100 one copy to each per against! you for the relief Deceased Sol
tiuiteos of Bradford AMERICA PlaintIff. 1655. Title' 28. United THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Florida. that the City West Call St., Stark, sonol representative.All demanded In the Petition Beneficiary of ElSI
County Hospital Corporation vs States Code, as if said CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Commission of Starke. Florida 32091. Intends to persons interestedIn VIRGINIA HARDIN!
: to transfer and NORMAN C. DAGUE and Defendants had been BRADFORD COUNTY, Florida has designated register said fictitious the estate to whom a Dated at Starke, Brad deceased
title to the JACQUELINE N. DAGUEhis served with FLORIDA copy of this Notice of Administration ford PAMELA A
convey capitol processwithin the City of Stark Planning name under the County Florida this
facilities of BRADFORD wife: et al.. defen the State of and Zoning Commission aforesaid statute. has been 9th day of November SCHNEIDER Esquir

COUNTY HOSPITAL to a dons Florida CASE NO. 81 ..389CAIN to conduct a public Dated this 12th day of mailed are required.WITHIN A D., 1981. P.O. Box |126

non.profit, corporation, 2. This order be hearing at a regular Nov. 1981, In Bradford THREE MONTHS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Gainesville FlorVl!
providing, for dissolution, ORDER OF SERVICE BY published in a RE: Th. Marriage of meeting to be held at County Florida. FROM THE DATE OF THE COURTBy. 32602 TelephoA
of I the Board ol Trustees PUBLICATIONThis of RUSSELL DEAN SUMP. FIRST PUBLICATION OF WhItehead 378 2541
newspaper general 7:30 p.m. in the City 1l/l24tchg 12/03 Faye
P' oviding. for reestablishment cause came to be circulation in Bradford TER Commission room. City THIS NOTICE. to file any Deputy Clerk r y First published. or
ol the heard upon the verified, husband and objections they 4 ....-Nov. 9. 1981
Florida less may II 03
County, not Hall Stark, Florida on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I24tch912 )
: Board of Trustees andproviding motion of Plaintiff, for an than once each week for LULA MINTON SUMP. November 24, 1981, and FOR BRADFORD COUN. have that challenges the' f'.1 I IJ2t5h9tj! I
order for service by TER. validity of the decedent's fTIB. I'
: on weeks make recommendationto TY. FLORIDA, PROBATE "
and six consecutive a .. '
publication it Wife. the "Jf
appearing will of
te. qualification
that this action prior to the return date the City Commission
Dated 'this 10th day of hereinabove designatedDONE and the City Commission RE: ESTATE OF r
has been brought for the NOTICE OF ACTIONTO .. '''\ p.-I ,
November 1981. AND ORDERED will consider on Tues JENNIE WAGNER r. Ft1l II
enforcement of a lien : LULA MINTON
; Al Kay Carlisle against real property at Jacksonville Florida SUMPTER _
:. Joseph H. Stephenson situated within the Mid this 25th day ofSeptembei Residence Unknown Come $ee Us.VWvo .

Curtis Lucille G.H.Sanders Green die District of Florida and 1981 YOU ARE NOTIFIED lalph Bryan Real Est211STEMPLEAVE. Changed Our Name,

George Shuford described' as followsA Susan H. Black that an action for But Not Our Service
portion dissolution of
llchgll 1 12 marriagehas
of SE 1/4 of Section 29 JUDGE
been filed and LB
you [ ; '"
Township 6 South Range 10/086tchq 1112PUBIC .I 4'rll!
INTENTIONTO 22 East In the City of are required of to serve written a US 30.ACROSS !Experienced Older Home'with: 4. 'r' bolnlfonroom | 11 .

: REGISTER Slarke, Bradford County NOTICE copy defense, If your to It ( FROM SONNY'S w/flreplpce. First time on1' the market.'i'.s.c4.5(
any. on BAR-B-Q
: FICTITIOUS Florida and being more IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Petitioner'. Escape the madding crowd ta thi. Sampson lake retreat.It .

: NAME particularly described OS FOR. FLORIDA.BRADFORD COUNTV. whos. name attorney and ad- NEW- LOCATION WE N&D LISTINGS come. with a mobile home, boat. sup and beautiful

NOTICE IS HEREBY follows: 9648788. ANYTIME view.$17.000. .
GIVEN that the undersigned .Far_. .nmnt._.... ._.l. .rmlArAnrA_._. _"U With confidence we offer 3 'r's, I '/. bath, equipped kit> ,
desiring to commence at the NW -a. MONO Y-FRIOA Y 9-3 p.m. SATURDA V '- b2 chen newly painted very nice.$33.500. ..,

engage In business corner of said SE I 1/4 of Evening and Sunday by appointment Da-lt-Yourself-2 BR. home on I acre. Just" for the han .

under the fictitious name SE 1and run thence ERR Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR dyman.$10.000. ;:;
of ACME HARDWAREAND South 87 degrees 18 feet .Simply stated we have 2 homes In Starke. Bur both for :.
BUILDERS SUPPLY East along the Northerly FflULKNREHLTY IER LAND I I '$16.500. ;

at 301 E. Call St.. Stark.. boundary thereof a Country Club lot*-$4,000 to 10.000 Ceuntry Fresh Air..alder home, paved roods, 2 acre of ;:1!

.FJorido, Intend to P GOOD IN VESTMENT I-SR 230 SVs acre loaded with Bradford Co.'* ...... $23.5ooJ.' :

register the said name pi". could be lot swb/dlvn 12% financing 20 years. .",000 Down balance of $14.500 at 12% for IS ,
years. ;
with the Court Clerk of of Bradford the Circuit } 22,500.. Payment on thIs 2 BR home" wllj' be |ust.74.03.! ::

County. Florida. Nft 9&4-50..1 IB LAWTIY AREA-Appro*. 2% acre 5.000 Appro 5 You'll like what yw see. fresh point, new carpet. 3 BR. I ; :
.; U3ROR f 8A home with. owner terms.$27.100.
Doted this 05th of acre .000 owner financed. : '
; day 1
m f.L'OIt' .US 301 to RR-Wooded Introducing thle 3 BR' IV. BA-family'home In excellent .
Novemberr, A D. 1981. .. "Ii I. 3 to 20 ocr... $3,000 per A. '

.' In Bradford County 'Phone 964-7700 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone I .SECLUDED.-10 acre In pine $22.000. 12% down. 20 Step condition.$21.000."J'r Up In Quallty-Private'offic.: -I
Florida. dining roam family ;
; 393 N. Temple Avenue OFFICE HOURS year at 12%. ::1
: //Georgia E. Tool.. room, 3 BR. 2 'A.62,5OO" :
': 1 owner. FOB SAL' Monday Friday* S Saturday f. 12 ten .LAURA CHURCH AREA..I.' acre toned for home or Beautiful' Stan fireplace complimenting the hug great ::

I : 1l/034tchg 11/27 Beautiful landscaped 1_.. mobIle ham. 3500. room In this 3 '.. 2' i BA home. Ha* |just about everything .

; : Yard-3R. 2 BA brick Office Space for Kent HOMES Including beautiful acres':.$>f.100. i

::;': PUBLIC NOTICE home. $24,000 Cu-rt to .Country privacy with city convenience! 54>24 double .Klngsley Lake for year round fun-4 BR. 2 BA, large j
,'.. Assumable 10 NiW LISTINGS wide mobile horn. 3 (.. 2 bath, central' heat/air with covered deck lake.ld(7,500. -:
;: % Mortgage. ::
i The BRADFORD COUNTY ... built In appliances spacIous I I/' acre with plenty
: SCHOOL BOARD. Slarke. *4 Bedroom Home-Could .130 IIAUTVUL ACRES with five acre In stock cod fish of (had. trees-owner flnenced-prlce S2.000.sproved ASSOCIA.IS.' E J

: Florida. will hold a ponds. Several barn, fenced end cross fenced. Irrpasture. Terry A. Galne.-7I2-39M Kay C. Wot...." .69 1
.: PUBLIC HEARING on the have business at thi. location Priced right. Owner Financing et 10%. I eCOlllY ROAD-From 3 (R 2 BA horn near school on Linda W. John-944-4097 Bobby T. Smlth-9 4-7'94 .. ,

': following PROPOSED with 200' frontage en .$1.000-Thr bedroom, t beth tram hem. Ir town. larg 'lot. $2.50O. Assume appro SK.50O mtg. of 11%. Eileen Stanley 473-3045 Ann W. Gedwln-944-SSS9 ;:
$230 month. :
;: SCHOOL BOARD POLICY 3 Term. p.r .. Patsy Lawsan-944-4927 Norman Heddlng-964-S ; .
E CHANGES ON with 2 acre of land.Crow Home MORGAN ROAD-Flve acre with smell frame hem,. .1 M. I bath, block home with fireplace, corner lot. Philip W. Clark REALTOR
:' NOVEMBER 16. 1981. at 7 30000.
financed $37.900.
: P.M., In the, School BoardRoom your awn vegetable' THRU ACRES with three bedroom hem. Only" I$1 126.500. .
.. :: of the Bradford *Garage Business for sale' Excellent tema.RIOUCID BUSINESS/ '

: a County School' Administrative with detail equipment. call for FROM $( .000 to $49, 00-3'/4 acre, nIt:. large Two 'Incom producing properties In downtown. Ideal for r- SftiNEIGHBORHOOD I!

: Office 582 *2 Bedroom Trailer with tern. In Ceuntry Club *re*. Investment or mail businesses Owner will sell separate .
: North Tempi Avenue. and licence. $" *.000 far both.
;:2 Stark. Florida: etsumobl _rtg.g..
I *3 Bedroom Trailer I Special LIstIngApprexlmafely tFour furnished rental! unit (could be home and 3 rente PROPERTIES. INC. REALTORU.S.
1 ,
MM severe fee available far rent er !.). ProspectIve rental
lend $U3 'mon.
acre with lake
NO. 3310 PURCHASES ecces .lea*. 301$. Immediate. eparoi. .
en Hwy.
Occupe South
cy. .
$ .000. near Bradford :
:= NO. 9410 INVENTORIES I Acre with well electric __ Square 964-5231

I ;r NO. *I16 AR. pel. and septic tend WI HAVI OTHER USTINCS-CAU US FOR All. YOUR, MAt I--- ''jAMERICA'S
-Jt TICULATING HIGH $7250.00. Owner will hold. ITATf KfftDS. ,wj-**>"w's
Houses anal _. .
Apartment For Kent ** NUMlER 1
4 SCHOOl AND ADULT "'.rt...* with empleevening ?idi'i AFfH HOURS
Property Management Servke ,
:::; COURSES ef-si PI**.. Call AppralMliSVMHS lllllan tj.'Paren 'T David Dyel Movie Word .TOPSflUL :

Copie of th'.' ahoy.Propos.d VIe Odom. trailerGRI. M. Fullcr.RAlTOt.. .106I Broker/Salesmen! ft J)4 y' Associate froker/Selesmon cNTuIY2roioa .=r.:..
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a Iren t.: FuHr_.RIAlTO Offf.*Ma..a.*/ *" 444)-1221 44-7454
Board -
Policy Phone"..$474.' .14, ] ... ..,_. i Cputurv 2 I M..a siai.Vorpnr.tsm,ea .
.Ult .ru..NAI'
changes be obtainI J... UcHt'" -.IOttU C und m -lrademauks ntCrniurv. S I Rc-'Ea1.I.. .
:::t may > Kelly.Associate SAtUMjN.4.s420 '1.v: .. ., Copar.tin! pnni.j us usAg
'J,,":''a' .' ...;.... .- .'. .. "f.I' -- AND OPERATED Equal Housing Opportunity tU

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0O1L -;,: CONTEST \I'


Name The Most Winning


$25.00 Teams Each Week. J


And Be A Winner


1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employ* and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total point scored

immediate families are welcome to enter, but In the Bradford County High School game each In a rough week for pigskin pickers as a tiebreaker, and Rod Crawford,
there I I.. a limit of one entry per person each week week (except the Tornadoes open week) a* a tiethree of our choosers hit correctly on who missed 7 but saw a low-scoring, "
.- 15 of 22 but it Florida-Georgia game.
games was Edward 13-point
Please fill I In the t h In kill be ;
breaker. points you Green of Starke who was closest to Tough choices for the pickers this .
2)) The entry must b, on an official blank from the scored by the Tornadoes and their opponent com' picking the total score of Georgia's week included Southern Mississippi's:
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the blned In the tiebreaker blank. For Instance, the 26-21 victory over Florida, making victory over Miss. St., Seattle's win I II
'/I him the contest winner. Pittsburgh, New Orleans over
it over
Telegraph I office b e f. after. score in one of BUS game I last year was, M ac'wasn't Edward who picked the winthe Rams, and Chicago over Kansas
noon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name Benny 17, Tornadoes 15, the correct total score ners he explained, but his son Brad. City. The balloting was split fairly ."
of the team you think will win or "tie" if you' think was 32 points' "He's going to get the check," Mr.: evenly on the Georgia-Florida and .4 ::
Green said. Miami-FSU contests.
the game will end In a: tie. The person who picks
; tiebreaker guess of 41 gave
the. most games right will win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of. the ,fudges are final. him the $25 prize over Tommy Reddish
who also missed 7 and picked 35
Get Your I In NOW- '
LIMIT: One Entry Per Person! No Purchase necessary! Entry

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Powell's Dairy Freeze Community State c/ritiifloin I irSINCftfDIBUI. '

1212 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. 964-6557 :;t WE ftf PEOPLE IN TOUCH
Bank of Starke REALTY
Michigan Purdue ear WITH PEOPLE
Home Of The Cleveland Son Francluo 964.7830 tJ
S. Mississippi' l 'S
Bradford Square Shopping Center cicfi.A
Steak Sandwich" 205 >N. Temple Starke

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\\ \ TireCompany City Fish &t
Mosley ; ,;
OESWaters TIRE ,'',,. ."/ :
,. Grocery I ,0 .\. Meat Market .t

? U.S..301 Lawtey, Fla. 782-3737 .-. .,...... U.S., 301 .South 964-6600 NM"" -""" 607 E. Brownlee W
Chicago Green Bay
Located of Former Starko Truck Plaza 964.8077
Quality Meats & Groceries
Ballot Detroit Kentucky GotoriCommunity
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RCA Zenith Maytag White Westinghouse |IIl1t| Point. Kelvinator
Automotive Parts Center AAobiU. :
Wholesale. & Retail
..... 660 t;! lu .,.. .4" .6 .4 rr'I I '.V-o' izrjl
I, ',...'i"'Jr'. 11 11.W -:'-' Gene Ross', Owner-.... ....(.....ml l".", : 'Buy Direct 'from the Factory" fg* '

Denver- Tamp Bay >i 'H ..
Hwy 301 N. Starke 9648741
128 S. Walnut 964.5289 Starke, Fla. Pittsburgh Atlanta :..":-,w' Li '_'.. .

Mon.-Frl.! 8:30-5:30: This Sat. Only 8:30-5:30: .,' .'-:. Georgia Auburn -

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TEAL TILE Alabama Penn St
4 H U RS T'S

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'., .. './ & CARPET INC :.
I'\-',,:.hy '.""" ,". ," '. Shell Service
bx7timfr -' ':]I.4' ,* 964-7701 :
ga" or. :,.. ",". '; ,... '10.,. r" 210 S. Temple Ave. 964.6111
,, .. 131 Cherry St. 964.7423
"!I"d1""(" ; :', .
Ii ,' .0. ,: .,, .\ Houston .Kansas City 24 Hr Wrecker Service
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'; :: Steve Hayes lligator Creek

., ; 1 ;ifi'! : I ." Ranch ..;...:..-

-.I Kami Clnelnnanl. i", ";'il.?..La' Powell's Dairy Freeze __' ... ..,___,'..... fiilffiD: U.S. 301 S. 964-6973 !
tr" "
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Saz _
.l Builders... ..; },i :: "/" It' Eats Feed We Got It"Ole i
Home -
, Construction. Community State. Bank. ....: __ ___ ..:-.._ .:.t. .
L ,{ ,: .
rh Hurst's Shell Service .' .;. -_ .: ;; .-:--. Miss TenneueeBradford
t4: .. Temple: Ave. -Storke 964. 211gr | ;' 'I', ;,,iiti.
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;: 'j' Waters Grocery ___ ._ ..
I" : : G. EoitddeHallmark'
Mosley Tire Company "( _"- .' _.. .... ._
City Fish & Meat Mark ()5I:>A>) f ._ .., 8 SHOP \
I\OJ: Wavy .," ""' "a Gifts &
Net Cards
206 W, Madison 964-7200 "Starke, Fla. Badcock ;z._,____ -. ". .. ;. tee
+ .nil $.. The Profass/onofs: Hawaii Brlgham YoungClyde to q" v.' t For (the ones love
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Warney Automotive Parts'Center''atitQ :t. ."
-- ''Byron Adkinson 'i 1.4X. >*"*A<(."1 "1 1>' li.. .

,_Terwillegar_ Terwillegar Community Mobile Home Sales ';>1.' .: !'.; _., 1_... .. U__' _.___. ,.
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,j..., H."! ,",Ianll "''ham oN, '
Terwillegar. Realty ." f, \'. .y I' ,, :!. .: '..:: ..f... . -
rke Pa J' ....: ... ::1.." .rl", ,,,. I..' The jij$ *
Sta Motor rts, '..jo. ...,' ..', ... ."\.' '<" -,'#. <. .issi 964-82M1.
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155 Br wnlee' 9646060liheit ,'. .\1.: j.,.:, "... t, Meat.
-- Teal Tile Carpel Inc. ",." .f.f'. "' ....... .. ;'..:':',, ., r.
/ ls figrvesl liirie '. I 'J. ';,r ," 105 Edwards Road Navy' Ceargio Tech S T O IG|
NAPA} Alligator Creek Ranch '''f','\. ',' .

'J'I. .. ::'! '. I' ..:...."1I"1V'y-......;......,.t' ',y .. :'" Across From Bradford Sq.
it. -' --- eSawyerSlade 1 ', '
NAPA products I can cut : The Meat Store f.Ti.', ,I"i I '! ','.". ,I-:"_.......,.;_..;. ,,:-.". ... "//1 you're tired of buying packaged meat, you'll love us'
''1 1 .
''vo We cut it fresh What you want When you want it
Steve .
Hayes .'_. :Y :. -
Gas 'w>4t .*I Oltik. StTying Bradford! County For HKJ \\>
The Office Shop.. _-" -M: .. _
:-. i'.,,

n0. *; of Starke. Terwillegar Motors, ,' ,- ;.t .(, jIw t,,, '1 ., .',, : Nebratka. Iowa St. Bradford Your /#1 Printer Printers:

.1it tif 332 W. Madison St., Starke Sonny's Real Pit Bar B.Due '''r ft-'t,"' "'..:,f"t"'I."""bn......a.......,.. .-.'"",, ", 110 W. Call St., Starke 964-5764
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I sa; "' ki I ,, inr.t I "
New prlean. -vlkings 74-7701 Stark Motor. parts' r .' |t.#' : \ .. '.. .' -- -71".. Get the competitions price and we will beat it by 10'/
f...f'tl"G ) ( \
'", r r'V. A/t N'fte.N' 11. .
Sa.wyer-Slade Gas ". t
Oeklend Dolphins. '.
STUMP'SDEPARTMENT .Stump's, Department Store .' Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Que,
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STORE' Bradford Prlnt'trf '. _
Bradford Square Starke TuOwiikir Total. SM.Hf.f Toriuulo: '(;f",iiei::' ::, I fettt With..' Order .9f{ large RA -

964-5423'. Nomo 4ub:t) .tr' lia: Bor-B-Que SandwichS:;
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,Now Open Sunday, 1-e pm : -- and this" coupon '. '

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I Bradford Cowboy Teams Eraldy 1 Pageantry, Plus Three Wins And a Tie I IIn

a big Pop Warner homecoming with 9 stops apiece.
weekend the Starke teams won three Offensively Lance Wiggins was
games, tied one, and lost one against Games this Week credited with "tough running" after
Mandarin, Orange Park Middleburg. (all away garnet up 103 yards on 6 carries, in-
2:00: Mitey Mites at Middleburg cling
and Castleberry.A a 48 yard TD scamper in the
parade with nine floats Friday 4:00: Jr. Pee Wees at Middleburg fourth quarter that gave the Cowboyssome
6:00 Pee Wees at
: Middleburg
afternoon up Temple Avenue kicked breathingroom after the game
8:00: Jr. Midget'at Middleburg
off the Pop Warner homecoming had remamed-lM. for three periods
6:00 at Green Cove
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weekend. Units included a police car, after quarterback; Chuck Morrow
officers'car, the 1980 queen s car with scrambled 29 yards on a naked !
former queen Kathy Morrow aboard, reverse to make it. 8-0 in the early go-
a city fire truck, Smokey the Bear on and so will return home to Starke for ing.
a Forest Service truck, two Shriner's League playoff day Saturday, Nov.
surreys. 21, to face the American conference Morrow had 6 keepers for SO yards,
Queen Pam Jefferson, elected by champs (Orange Park in both cases) Sean Nichols carried 3 time for 37 1
the Pop Warner players and in those divisions. stripes, and Hampton had 3 cracks for
cheerleaders, was crowned Saturday The Cowboy Jr. Pees also have a 24 yards as the local boys picked up + NwjNr y, '
morning. Pam is the daughter of shot at the playoffs as they are a half all their yardage on the ground.Jr. 9 d dI
Pearlie Jefferson of Starke.A game in back of Bel-Med (4-3-1)( )
smoked chicken dinner was serv- heading into the final week. Pee Wees 21
ed at lunch. Middleburg 6 '
There were more fans at the five Mitey Mites 12
The Jr. Pee Wee defense held the .
Pop Warner games than attended the Mandarin 0
Broncos to a single
BItS-LIve Oak high school game Fri- Mandarin, called "the toughest touchdown and scored 2 points itselfon )
day night. team we've played" by Cowboy Mitey a third period safety and Harold '" y
The Mitey Mites stayed unbeaten Mite coach Ronnie Padgett, held the Chandler and Mike Jackson providedall 1 11 '" ; uallN
with a 12-0 win over Mandarin, the potent Bradford club to 214 yards of the offense the Cowboys needed to
Midgets went to 6-1 overall ((5-0 in the total offense way under their norm score a 21-6 victory over Middleburg.The .
league) with a 14-6 decision over non- -. but again it was the defense that
league foe Casselberry, the Jr. Pee came through as the Mitey ,Mites win evened the Bradford Jr.
Wees evened their mark at 4-4 with a recorded their seventh straight Pee Wees mark.at 4-4 with one game
21-6 victory over Middleburg and the shutout to wrap up the Division title. left (against the same club) while
Pee Wees played Orange Park to a 6-6 The 12-0 victory saddled Mandarinwith Middleburg dipped to 341. .
draw. The winless Jr. Midgets its third loss of the year but Chandler tallied 2 touchdowns on
couldn't quite get in the winner's circle Padgett noted that his squad had to runs of 18 and 48 yards'the second Cowboy Midget Defense Shackles Casselberr r.... '
again, losing 28-6 to Orange Park. play well to get by the visItors.The score set up by a 30 yard pass from It was a mighty defense that spelled the difference terlor decks a Casselberry ballcarrier. In'on the play
All the teams are on the road this stop troops led by Clarence Chandler to Billy Stroud. Jackson again last Saturday for the Cowboy Midget team as they are from left to right (In white) Danny Manning Mike;
Saturday for'the final regular season Williams, Bo Hersey Gall Hampton, then locked the game up by bolting 50 topped a visiting Casselberry team of Orlando that had Chappell (91)' Clinton Jenkins (84),. and Aaron
tilts, 4 teams playing at Middleburgand and Gerald Bradham were the dif- yards for a touchdown in the fourth lost just once and allowed only 12 points. Mathews.'
the Midgets going to Green Cove ference. Bradham intercepted 3 period. The Cowboys, now 5-0 In the league and *-l overall, "They all played good defensively we had a lot of
Springs.The passes, but the one he returned 98 "The defense played a super limited the visitors to a lone TD and won on two Charley gangtackllng." said Bradford .head coach RonnieThomas. I
Mitey Mites and Midgets have yards for a TD was called back. He game," noted Cowboy coach Raymond Pelham touchdown runs. .
wrapped up Nation conference titles and Williams led the Mitey Mite Austin. Here Pelham, 22 at right watches as the Cowboy In- Photo by Don Sapp 6b t tI

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chips couldn't chances quite were be there cashed but in the costly A short to overcome.tailback that many plays in that short a time. s ,.,Ju:........_ r 0w .. ._....-
as run by Tudy O'Neil They couldn't have done it without
the JV Tornadoes of BUS closed out and a 30 yard pass from Robert listening, paying attention, and not JT
their season with a 14-12 loss in a Carver to Jimmy Schoening accounted paying mistakes. That's what I'm ?
thrilling sendoff for the sophomoresat for the BHS scores. Both proud of the most." 1 1E
Green Cove Springs last Thursday.Even times Bradford went for the 2-point On fourth down with 2 seconds on 1 rAP a 4t'
in the defeat which capped a conversion but failed and the difference the clock BHS lined up in field goal .
Rick'ear for the sophomores. Coaches was a 2-pointer the Blue formation and faked it, with Carver ) '5k +:E, l'
Stevens and Lanier Clyatt again Devils scored after one of their twoTD's. lifting up and throwing a pass into the .:. .
had praise for their young bunch, endzone. The ball slipped through a
which along with the 9th graders has Both of the Green Cove tallies came receiver's hands though and the comeback -,
turned around the fortunes of the Tornado after BUS fumbled the ball over deep fell just short. '
feeder program after a couple of in JV Tornado territory. Another oppurtunity that "might
lean JV and freshman seasons. BHS made one last final fling to win have been" was a fourth quarter i
"The kids played well, all of them" the game in the final minutes. After breakaway punt return by .Brad t"p I ; 1
Stevens said. "They put together a the JV Tornadoes drove to inside the Russell that went some 70 yards but 4 f
somewhat successful season and I Clay 30 but were stopped with about 3 was called back because on an illegall 1
think they're enthusiastic now about minutes left the defense got the ball block call.
going up to the varsity (which all the back.
sophomores and two freshman did "We told Lanier we needed the ball
Monday) I talked to a couple of them back and they for us," Stevens
after they practiced with the varsity said of Coach Clyatt and his defensive JV's 1981 Season:
Monday and they like it." crew. BUS took over some 70 yards .
In last week's ballgame/ Stevens us- from the goal line with 1:20: left and WINS LOSSES
ed every play in his book to try to pull procceeded to drive. "We must have JJ-* St. AugutHn 0., CoiHId* .
out the victory. The Tornadoes moved run off 6 to 8 plays in about a minute, 21.14 Mlddlvburg 4.37 OHS ': .
the ball well/, being forced to punt only 10 seconds," Stevens recalled with a 20.e B.li.r Co.: alt) P.l.tkt2l4 t-:
once all night, but, fumbles proved too smile. "I've never had a team' "run Cloy ;t"" 6l., ,''. :J.#'J..

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Tue., Nov. 3- score while Scott Johns ran for the on passes of 12 yards each from Ed ::."-:.
Bucs20-CowboYl18 Rams conversion point. Douglas, to lead the Bucs past the .
The Bucs nipped the rallying Steelers in an easy win.
Cowboys 20-18 as Ed Douglas, Chris Steelersl'.Cowboys' Kevin Boone and Jason Smith also In StarkeK
Tucker, and Donnie Francis split up Tommy Balkcom ran 17 and 8 yards scored TD's for the winners and Francis :
the scoring for the winners. for touchdowns and for an extra point Jamie Whitehead and Michael
Francis caught an 11 yard TD pass and Kristy Harrison added a 6 yard Kuggins had 2-point conversions
from Douglas and ran 11 yards for a TD run as the Steelers knocked off the ,
score while Tucker went 30 yards fora Cowboys.A Cowboy zt-Rams* .'
TD. The deciding points came on a 7 yard pass from Tim Lewis to Chuck Mullins led the way again for
pass from Douglas to Jamie Jimmy Quiette accounted for the only the Cowboys scoring: on a 10 yard : 1 1ntrsA
Whitehead for a 2 point conversion. Cowboy tally. run set > own Interception
For the losers Chuck Mullins scored 22 yard run with another pickoff. and
twice on an 11 yard run and a 22 Tue., Oct. 21Bues a 38 yard scamper from scrimmage'
yard pass play from Tim Lewis and 3-1-Steelera Jimmy Langley scored from 2
threw for a third score 12 yard to Donnie Francis tallied 3 yards out after a 30 yard run by Scott _
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November 12.1981Section 7

. r Prevatt's Farm : An! Eggs-act Science : I

j i. By Tony Burke a -

j I: BCT SUM Writer .
: Eggs. original investment."The
?: Scrambled or fried, poached or cost of the new equipment .
:h rd-boiled, it wouldn't be breakfast nowadays almost prevents any new : I'rT
;;in these United States without them, expansion of operations" Prevatt l's r
( 'naturally cooked to order said."It takes volume in this businessto I !
i 5 But getting those eggs from the make any money, and It cost t t ,1 a 1 1 '
{.henhouse to over-easy on your plate money to build new houses. But it a 1 t" r ; r
'! :involves more than a leisurly stroll pays off in the long run." !
I'I soul to the barnyard (or the local "In 1S78,when I added the first new rT ti j t I
.supermarket.) big building, the cost averaged out to
I< g The largest producer of eggs in about 3.50 per bird. That cost today tj _
Bradford County Is Melvin Prevatt, Is$4.5oper bird." SIAr
:who lives and works on his egg farmon The chickens are housed four to a I
: Hampton Road (SR 18), between cage and have the most modern H I :
ttarke and Keystone Heights. equipment available for this business. 4 Y A ;
:t Prevatt houses 79,200 chickens in Feed is automatically fed into a bin t t
height units, six of which house 40,800 and distributed down the row of cages ,
j hens and the two larger and more by a chain-driven auger running down
modern units which,house the other through the feed trays.. Water fills
%.38800. small cup-like troughs in the cages. :ij _
-; Prevatt got into the egg business in Eggs, when they are layed, roll out t-
Jl969 when he bought a farm in onto the wire rack In front of the cage
':Melrose from his brother-in-law. His' for easy retrival."I '
Tinitial. investment was $15,000 cash' used to do this by hand"he said. .
and assuming a $35,000 mortgage. "That was quite a Job dipping feed :: ; __
:Prevatt's wife, Barbara, ran the and water by hand.A lot of places still ; _
Melrose operation while Melvin work- do it that way." y'I'

:ed as a maintenance, setting up Prevatt's business runs seven day: a I.'
.and remodeling stores for Pantry. week, as chickens do not realize _
'i Pride. weekends and holidays.

i Originally from Bradford County Prevatt's ...
operation .
'average ,
i he returned here to stay in 1969 after _.
\j in Jacksonville for the better, from 145 to ISO cases of eggs per day. .. .. >> -- .
living I
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: A case contains 30 dozen (360) eggs.I ....
of V' .
I 30
I :.part years. about .., """"""" ,
That totals out to 52,000 eggs I '
In 1973, Prevatt'sold the Melrose Then there times when l'j. .. / II '" t
each day. are j. t trI ,
operation, and moved to his current, -- / '
tl he has a new flock or one that has just "
.lo ation. This expanded operation, ............ I __ -:
!i from about 18,000 to 34000 chickens, completed a moulting cycle. Egg pro- ....... '''-''' .- ...; I --' ../
duction to 200 -.
may Jump cases per ., -oJ __ ,
: :proved to be too much for Mrs. ..". J :;t' .w
t Prevatt to handle alone. Prevatt day."I ..... I. t 7- ..."" ._.. /
\1 decided:of 18 years to quit, and Pantry began Pride to work, his full per dozen get six for and the three-quarter eggs," he said.cents"Of +tI .f- ... !;r.J ....... ...,J.:.. '_ _, .=__ I
course,by the time you buy them,the
. dime Zi From on the that new original farm. $50,000$60.000tlnvestment have middle-man marked and this up.supermarket will A look at some of the 79,200 chickens on the.Prevatt farm. :1: I

Prevatt estimates that
If think it's chicken feed" to
the net worth of his operation today feed you 79,000 chickens, think again. 16.000 Ibs. (eight TONS) of feed each that "we stop feeding them for 11 wind up in chicken chow mein or cat powerful one, both in the hen house
twelve years later, is more than Prevatt said that his chickens eat day. "I'll let you figure that cost out days, and of course, they stop laying. food." and around the flush pit. _-::
$330,000, more than six times hisI at around$170 per ton of feed." During this time, they will lose about You may have guessed that 79,000 Prevatt noted, perhaps with some-;
That's more than$1,300 per day just 50 percent of their feathers." chickens could create a problem with amusement, my reaction to this new;
t. to feed the hens. Some "chicken We begin feeding them again; a waste removal,but this is not entirely experience. (It was a good thing:-T
feed." little bit at a time, and they continueto hadn't eaten prior to my trip there);
,' The chickens, a breed known as lose feathers for the next month. In so.Waste removal is handled two dif "You get use to the smell pretty::
= h V. Highline White Lady, are actually 40-45 days they begin laying again. ferent ways at the Prevatt farm. In quickly out here, after awhile you:
.' .. owned by Seaboard Food from Thif process increases their overall the two new houses,there is the (flush- don't even notice it," he said. -:;:
....... (' Mississippi, whose brach office here "'., production." pit removal system. Basicly, a The flush pit is located at the end 6G;
is in Lake Butler. "They pay for the "*jt A normal cycle at Prevatt's farm is recessed slab lies beneath the chicken the house, and was measured and
chickens, the feed and the medicine tq'let the chicken lay eggs for 65 cages, where waste collects. Once built by the state. According to
that is mixed in the feed," he said. weeks,moult them,and then let them each day,water is run through the pit Prevatt, there is no problem with
Some of these hens were in a lay Again for ten months. and out into a settling pond. This waste contaminating grourid water.
moulting process. Prevatt explains After the cycle Is complete, the ;water is then recycled through again He also said that he has received no
.... HnBnwniMMMMlorIda cantpany.replaces. the flock,"Prevatt and again taking about two hours'to Jocalcomp'al 't ,LtJp odor,.. ,,: ._;
- -, 1"'d. .Ml U rft''I'il W'Mrat"7l to"" ""toniplete the flushing.As you can imagine "
l Theatre the chickens: after that; I suspect they the smell is an acrid and Please see EggS on page 48

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--- Lake Butler First Baptist citing andinsprlng program. This will
be a musical you won't soon'fprget,"
.. plans musical Nov. 29 ,said i pastor Mely' In.pwen; ,
I Bancl Perform The First Baptist Church of Lake'Butler 'Christmas BazaartoboKildNov.21
will present its second musical,..\.'" %.
Sunday, Nov. 29, at 7:30: p.m, under.,
..J .... __ the direction of Rodney Brooks. The Worthfngton Civic Club. 'Win
The musical entitled"Sounds of His hold ItS 20th annual Christmas Bazaar:
'-';rThe Florida Southern College Concert an arrangement of Intermezo, conducted i Coming II," will be performed by the Saturday Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to 6p.m.
: Band, under the direction of by the arranger and guest con First Baptist!! "musical" members, at the Worthington CommunityCenter.
:r lames F. Slutz and featuring Starke ductor of the Concert Band, Charles over 63 member strongs. It will Include .
student Cana Schmidt, will present a Minel ..and a performance of Alfred the First Baptist Children'sChoir In addition.to the crafts available
::concert on November 14, 8 p.m., at' Reed's new work, Rushmore. Ambassadors, Adult Ensembleand therewitF plants,trash and tr asures.
;the First United Methodist Church of Rushmore, a symphonic prologuefor Brass Section. This years feature will be a variety of I
:Starke. 200 N. Walnut St. Free Ad- winds, was commissioned and The program will consist of music pot holders I
jmission.E dedicated to the Rushnmore Summer written by Bill Gaither, Lanny Wolf, The members of the Civic Club will I
Music Camp and premiered at the Dottie Rambo, Dallas Holm and also be serving soups, sandwiches,
: The Concert Band, one of the col- basef Mount Rushmore last yetr. many other well known composers. baked goods and drinks. _
,tege's most popular touring groups, This will be one of the first performances There will be a soloist, duets trios There will be an hourly drawing for
will present a wide variety of offer- of the work in Florida. Narrating and "old fashioned" quartets door prizes and free favors at the
::lhgs, from classical popular, as will be Dr. Raymond LoU, throughout the program. door. .
;;.;well as Sousa marches. Included in Florida Southern English department i
"tfie concert program will be Harry Si- .
zneone's Trumpet in the Night; Per-
:HMiasion by Sammy Nestico; Salute to Featured soloists for the concert I INSULATIONSAVE
fob Hope, arranged by Warren will be Steve Allen, Lakeland; Craig .-. .
:darker; National Emblem March by Cleodinen; Cocoa; and Cana -- .
:;E.E. Bagley; and several other Schmidt, the daughter of Mr. and THATKNGRGYHOMECOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL
;Sworks. Special features will include Mrs. John Schmidt, Starke. Cana Schmidt, _featured toiolit .
Dirk Schmidt FSC Concert
In the 'FSC Concert Band I* the
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::-- It has been dubbed the "Toho peace DER will lift a moratorium in plies with the agreement." '. concerned abut the state' of their I-
:::pact," but whatever it's called, and southwest Orange County on sewer Biologists with the Division of aquatic resources and expect the en- FRAME HOUSE' 'EXTERIOR'
:.:agreement reached last week marks hookups which Orlando officials said Fisheries also expressed satisfactionwith vironmental agencies to.do their HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
::;a major milestone in protecting the was halting development there. the agreement. A report from jobs." FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
::.fish and wildlife resources of the "The Commission's involvement in the dlvison on a comprehensive studyof He added, "Mayor Bill Frederickof 5' QUALITY INSTALLATION,
:;state, said an official of the Game and this matter was to protect the fish and Lake Toho had earlier predictedthat ( Orlando) demonstrated responsible Fw
::=Fresh Water Fish Commission. wildlife resources of the state and the if the sewage effluent continuedto action in this cooperative effort to FalfiwlLNON
h Ken Gilleland, the Commmission's stipulations of the agreement mark a flow into the sportsfishing spot, the eliminate the pollution flowing into SAVE SAVE
: :attorney, had nothing but praise for major milestone in the progress lake would have been at a "point of Lake Toho from Orlando's McLeod HEATING' I 964-6956 'ON:COOLING
: :the agreement which marks the end towards that end," said the attorney. nonrecovery" within 10 years. Road Plant. His committment to no
.:of: a two-year dispute over the Controversy over the discharge of "This (agreement) set a good discharge Into the Shingle DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE I
: -discharging of sewage effluent in the sewage effluent began two years ado precedent said Smokie Holcomb, Creek/Lake Toho Basin should be applauded
:po>pular sportfishing Lake and centered around Orlando s director of the division. "The public is ."
:Tohopekaliga near Orlando. McLeod Road sewage treatment --- -
21; "The Commission now has as good plant. The compromise stipulatesthat where
:an assurance as possible that by 1988 the city will stop discharging shop
(he city of Orlando will no longer be treated effluent from that plant into scroogesaves NIIEAGLEIi
:discharging pollutants into Shingle Shingle Creek by March 15, 1988. It i1
Creek (a tributary of Lake also provides that the city will hire a =
;Tohopekaliga)," said Gilleland. consulting engineer who will monitorthe
;:* The agreement was signed not only operation of the plant to ensure it
:by the city of Orlando but also operates at the highest possible effi
rOsceola: County Commission, the ciency. HRISTMASPENIN
:Commission, the Department of En- Gilleland pointed out that, should L.
:itronmental Regulation (DER) and the city fail to comply with the agree- :
idle Save Our Lake, Inc. environment ment, "an automatic moratorium
; group. It forestalls a costly legal would be placed on all sewer hookups L. x
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ivaste out over his land. "Some places many as 28 birds killed in a single
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ObituariesMrs. .-F"--r .,, '" I r 1\ It1It .It .q 1\ "'I""r--.t- -fMt- t&aifeftFit-a-it-t I I i I

Kathleen M.'.Schultz; Mdore, Jacksonville, and 4 Brand- Tallahassee one brother; Donald dent of Bradford County Mr. Griffiswas "Next to the originator of a good sentence i I. the first quoUr of it." I
,Mrs. Kathleen M. Schultz, age 48, daughters. Sessions of Daytona Beach,and three a self employee as a painter for
died Friday near Daytona Beach.She Graveside funeral. servces were grandchildren. many years, and also was employed Emerson
was stricken with a sudden Illness held at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Funeral services for Mr. Sessions by the Florida National Guard for
while traveling from Melbourne to November the 7th, in Oaklawn several years. Mr. Griffis was a
her home in Melrose. Cemetery, with the Rev. Robert E: were held at 2 p.m. SaturdaY Nov. 7, member of the Church of God of
Mrs. Schultz was born (in Center- Gorday officiating. in the chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Sampson City.Survivors "
ville, Kentucky. She and her husband Funeral Home, with Rev. Charles include: his wife; Mrs.
moved to Melrose over 5 years ago Thedore (Ted) Ellis VanZant officiating.Interment was in Gladys Grave Griffis of Starke. one
from Jacksonville. She. was of the Thedore (Ted) Ellis, died Sunday the family plot (in Crosby.' Lake brother; Mr.Sidney Griffis of Starke
Catholic Faith.Survivors morning in Lake Shore Hospital in Cemetery. one sister; Mrs. Mildred Ridell of
include: her husband; Lake City after a brief illness. Mrs. Mallle Dail Gainesville, one son; Jimmy Griffis,
Earl W. "Bill" Schultz, her mother; Mr. Ellis was born in North Dempsey of San Diego, and five grandchildren.
Mrs. Nellie W. Miller of Centerville Carolina, to Florida Mrs. Mallie Dempsey Dall died Funeral services were conducted at
Ky, two daughters; Linda Parlato of ago. He was moving a member of the 44 years early Tuesday morning, Nov.,10th, in 2 pm. Saturday November 7, at the
Jacksonville, & Laura Avery of Church In Miami, Floirda and Baptist was a Baptist Medical Center,Jacksonville, Church of God in Lawtey, with Rev.
Melbourne; two sons; William fl."Billy" House painter. following a long illness. Gene Bass, and Rev, Alton Coleman .
Schultz of Jacksonville & include Mrs. Dail was born in Jasper, officiating Burial was In Dedan g
Survivors 2 sisters Mrs.
: ; Fl.and, moved to Starke in 19S3 In Brooker
Robert K.UBobby" Schultz of Crystal Jenkins of Lake Butler and Cemetery with Archie
;:Melbourne, one sister; Maxine Mrs. Elease Blanton of Tarrance, where she opened the Dempsey Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in
Seyfrit of Richmond, Ky,. and five Motel. She remained the owener and Charge of arrangements.
grandchildren. California. Several nelces and operator until the time of her death.
Graveside funeral services were nephews.Funeral. She was a charter member of the
services will be held Church of God,Starke. ServicemenCpl.
held at 3p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 10, at
Wednesday at 2 In the of
Keystone, Heights Cemetery with p.m. Chapel Survivors include: her husband;
Michael Williams, pastor of St. Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler, L.G. Dail, a sister; Mrs. Allie Mae
Williams Catholic Church,officiating. with Rev. Michael Norman officiating. Gaston, Jacksonville, two grandsons -
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in' Burial wil follow in Dekle ; Jerry & Wayne Dempsey, both Martin S. Slocum
charge of the arrangements. Cemetery, under the direction of Archer of Starke, and several. nieces and Marine Cpl. Martin S. Slocum. son
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. nephews.Funeral. of Johnny and Delores Slocum of P.O.
Paul M.Moore services were held 2 p.m. Box 228, Lawtey, Fla., has departedon Fertilizer Hunters
Paul M. Moore died Wednesday, William Douglas Sessions Wednesday Nov. 11th in the Churchof an extended Mediterranean Wood
November the 4th. William Douglas Sessions, age 71, God, with Rev. Walter Montz, deployment.He In Stock Royal Feast
died in the VA Hospital in Gainesville pastor, officiating. Burial was In is a member of Company F.,2nd Stoves
Mr. Moore was a native of Lawtey> Thursday morning of complications Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Battalion 6th Marines, 32nd Marine For Your Dog Food
and a member of the Swaim following heart surgery. direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral. ,Amphibious Unit, based at Camp Le- In
Memorial United Methodist Church. Home,Starke. Jeune N.C.While Rye Grass Needs
deployed, his unit is
Born In Fiveay, Fla., he moved to $8 35
After serving as an officer In the U.S. embarked aboard the amphibious &0 Lit. Stock
Army during WW II, he returned to Keystone Heights 3 years ago from assault ship USS Saipan. 10-10-10 5-10-15
Wilbur Kenneth Griffis Sr.
Jacksonville, and was affiliated with Starke. Mr. Sessions had worked with
Joseph H. Walsh Tire Company. the City of Jacksonville, highway Wilbur Kenneth Griffis Sr., died
Survivors include: his wife; LucilleJ. department, and the St. Regis Paper Thursday,Nov.5,at the Veterans Ad- The 32nd MAU is the force-In-
Moore 1 son; Major Paul M. Company.He was an Army veteran of ministration Hospital in Lake City, readiness for the 6th Fleet, on call to Alligator Creek Ranch Inc.
Moore,Jr.,of Warner Robbins,Ga., 1 W.W. II, and was a member of the following an extended illness. project combined air/ground forces
daughter; Carlene M. Ellis, of Los First Baptist Church. Mr. Griffis was born in Starke. the ashore, If necessary. lIS 301 S 964.6973at :
Gatos, Calif., 2 sisters; Mamie Lou Survivors include: his wife; Mary, son of the late Andrew and Molly Slocum is a graduate of Bradford
Edwards, of Starke, and Ava Lee Ella Stokes Sessiona.one daughter; George Griffis Former Pioneer resi- High School in Starke, Fla.
.Mayo, of Tampa, 1 brother; David. Mary J. Thibodeaux of Sanford, one
son; William D. Sessions Jr. of

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David Crum.
inmate Henry Cooper was acting as the police responded one of the statlonwagon in the side and then flors I
unner" for q-wingserving coffee firemen pointed out a black male he Hart left the scene of the accident. I II II
Orice Lee McDuffie Starke was attempting
taUba.( inmates. While pouring coffeea had seen that man and another man did Damage to the Toyota was 9200. I
to make a right turn not
stabbed.the cell of Gary GUvin,Cooper was office.running from the alley next to the post see LucTle Wade Early 35. Rt 3 Box damage Hart was to the charged Ford was with$250.leaving the Mower Deck 11

941 Starke also making right turn at
accident failure to immediately d
: the scene -
ASsWlant! State Attorney Peter En- Upon Investigation police man
N. Walnut and Call Sts. Nov. 3. They
wall tod several correctional officers found the glass door leading into the Buick report an accident failure to drive
who were on the wing at that time building known as Mitchell's DrugStore received struck bumpers.$100 damage.Early's Duffle's 71 '80 within a single lane and having no 1 of choice for "

UkeHhe stand. The officers said they broken and a concrete block lying pickup truck received $300 damage tag according to Trooper Win Jour
CUvin back from the on the floor inside the building. Abrams.
saw. away
Gllvftj's! cell and say that he was stab- According to Patrolmen Lane according to Patrolman Jerry Miller. Nov. 6, Angelyn Griffin Thomas 26,

bed. 4 ine officer said he heard Sibley and Wilkinson Warren admit Mark Robin Thompson, 18, of Box 232 Lake Butler was pulling
something<< breaking perhaps plastic ted he had broken the glass on the Callahan was traveling south on away from the stop sign on SE 5th $1.00
aod a toliet flush immediately after door with the intent to enter and steal US-301. Due to faulty tires his vehicle Ave., Lake Butler did not see vehicle ,

lite stabbing. money or drugs. lost traction, slid 360 degrees going south on SR-121. As Thomas'vehicle I
!the state maintained Gilvin was When the owner of Bret andJerry's. clockwise then slid into a telephone started crossing the Intersection

atbnrf i in.a.one man cell and no one else E. Call St., opened Nov. 10. pole coming to rest In a northerly a '81 Olds driven by Nita M. of
could have done the stabbing. she found a broken window in the rear direction. Mathis Rt 1 Box 73, Raiford. struck with the purchase any

powflelr was stabbed in the lower door of her building which leads to the Tho accident occurred at 5:03 p.m. Thomas In the side.

shou1der.-area, was treated in the alley way.Warren. Nov. 4. Damage to the '68 Chevy was Damage to the Olds was $100 HORSE
clniti| : and then taken by Rescue to was charged with criminal 1100. damage to the Thomas '74 Ford was ralWHEEL

Stands Teaching Hospital where he attempt to enter the sports store according Thompson was charged with equipment 950.
sp.>entf-6!; veral days in the intensive to Patrolman David Crum. unsafe for conditions accordingto Thomas was charged with vtolatks w&gardentractcra
Patrolman N. Jackson.At of right of way according to Troop* II
careunit.: He was later transferred tc Nov. 10, Patrolman Jerry Miller
Union" .General Hospital where he was called to the Starke Plaza to 4:15 p.m. Oct. 31. James Lee Wm Abrams. Where?

stayed until August with a punctured Studio 440 where the owner had Holllngsworth. 33. Rt 3 Box 672. Lake ,
lubg. discovered a indow broken by a Butler was traveling east on Nov.7, Alice Faye Waters,IU S Box ,
In March Cooper along with other rock and several items missing from Management boat ramp road. He 510 Starke was stopped for traffic I HP to IT HP

i4r\ales, witnessed Gilvin stab an In- the store. swerved to the left to avoid a washoutin light on Edwards Rd. A '73 Olds with WId ;

mate while they watched TV in The burglary took place sometime roadway but in doing so, a driven by Debra Anne Austin 749 S. of
V3ving i ,,Which is population wing. after 6:50 p.m. Nov. 9. Taken from passenger on the truck bed fell out. Orange St., Starke was northboundon
One ,correctional officer testified the store were an 8-track tape player; David Wayne Martin 14. 115 S. W. US-301 made a left turn onto Ed- AltaohmootaDUXEWDDD

thfct three days before the stabbing AM radio; misc. records batteries 15th Ave., Lake Butler was taken to ward Rd. Austin failed to negotiatethe I
ha heard Gilvin tell Cooper that he AM/FM radio approximate value Alachua General Hospital where he turn and oversteered into Waters i
hid seen his signed statement concerning $121.35. was treated for a broken shoulder ac- '71 Datsun striking the left side then

the March investigation in the investigators Miller was advised by the night cording to Trooper Kenneth Austin left the scene. EQUIPMENT

; office as the two inmates shift officers that a man was in Etheridge.
passed in a corridor. custody who attempted to burglarize ...---_ .
Judge Chester B. Chance sentenced Mitchells Drug Store. When questioned -
Gavin to an additional 30 years to be Warren said he and another man
served consecutively. Gilvin is currently had gone to Studio 440 and had broken 1P meN :g Cetttezfoe of Waldo

serving life plus 5 years. Gilvinerllered.the the window. Warren helped the other Hf 301

prison system April IS, man through the window because he, TGepeocfactlve Wealth ##;w'4Y
1975. when he was convicted and himself could not get through. They ,
sentenced on four commitments of then removed the items from the 800 LOMAX STREETJACKSONVILLE ((904)) 354-2817 Optu 7 Days

robbery and grand larceny in Indian Studio according to Miller. : 4j' Fi A,Wart i
River Orange and Seminole Coun- Warren is being held in the Brad- ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS

ties.! ; ford County Jail under $6,000 bond. OUTPATIENT

Mali Arrested .


Jimmy Edward Huff. 53. General

Delivery Starke was arrested Nov.
6chahg'; with petit theft according Reports

ClunC'to Patrolman. N. Jackson and David : -Keystone Heights Ads- I

3 luff was charged with stealing a Usage Up. ------ u _._ __ __ .-
socket""set from Eagle Family Dis-

pond for Huff was set at $200, he Electric power usage by con. Huntley" WANTED SERVICES
was released. on recognizance. sumer/members of Clay Electric .....rn.. SERVICES LAKE LOT on sand bottomed AKC DOBIRMANJ.Topquality
: Cooperative was up 9.1 percent the lake In Hillcrest. $800 only. You are Invited
: first nine months of this year from the nca WORKING ClASS HEROES CARPENTER WORk.R.mod.llng AINTING. -WALL PAPERINGpressure down $16,1per month. to visit our. kennels.
Accident US-301 comparable 1980 period. Employment Service. Serving work kitchen washing, free Phone 473-4058 or 475-1328..
Starke Intersection The gain was 66.2 million kilowatt- 471434SI714M K.y.ton. Heights and cabinet and trim estimates. Expert Craftmanshlpl 473-4367 after 6 p.m. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN

: hours (kwh), to approximately 790.6 Melrose areas low_ -:fees, carpenter. R.asonableprlc 473-3773. .. ,.. TFN LAKE LOn AND ACREAGE-. SINGER SEWING MACHINE
473-4472..10/S Mn --' <- -, ,
:Clyde M. Johnson 42 of Jacksonmillion ; Call Ed Dempsey or 11/3
from 724.4 million kwh lastyear
| |, IUM1ER Keystone Heights,, .owner. Repossessed Singer
HARQWARI., tak.Area. .,.....
,173.70SIabNw..n .7:30-'+YARD WORK-HOUSE WORK' '
ville and Ronald Lamar Crawford :, according to Seminole Electric'. j ... .. .. 1"' .' Counterman- financed > pnci .t ? Gold e'n Town' n* S.u6rte' ";
w're II..Of'aot.fW' *>.rv/O.mt to 5:3O rMchftf1!'1Y>alnllna. .hOullna. "i
traveling north on US-301/ : Cooperative of Tampa. / / In lumber l sales, p.m. Lr.d'ldN'bd'cledrs' '' n3' of SlhgeYi'.f/rNWSev' ': ;*; '
7ariO:35: p.m. Johnson made an im- power J Blaettfe A,.HServing e. I building supplies lumber CARPENTRY AND anything! 475-1720 before bottomed fake"prl: )<:ed 'to blind hems"strekh"Stih
Seminole provides wholesale MASONARY WORK build 9:00 a.m.or after 5:00 p.m.
pcoper- right turn at SR-230 causing j truck' sell from 9900. On. to ches, button holes
Crawford to strike the Johnson vehicle to Clay which distributes the power Srod/ord Cloy .handling tc. Old line driving with patios, additions, remodeling Honest-R.lioblel! 4tpd 11/5 five acres overlooking lake monograms, sews on but
fn the right front. through its own lines to more than [ CounN.l.wrorrceelvd. benefits and company advance homes and tile work. (access available) with tons. etc. Sold new at

Rescue 16 took Harold Foster a 67,000 residential and commercial U Keystone ', ment. For Interview or In- Also. painting... Fr. WANTEDUSED nice trees from $3.500. $389.00 balance $88,68 or
.lImat. Phone
passenger, of Starke to Bradford consumer/members. formation. write P. O. Box 473-4473 $500 down $50 a month. easy terms. Will toke older
County'Hospital for possible injuries. During September Seminole added I 264. Lak. Geneva. Florida during day. Ifnchfl 8/6 WILSON T-2000 tennis' Commercial frontage-. machine as partial pay

Crawford 18 Star Rt. 2 Box 129, power usage by Clay Electric was 32660. Itchg 11/12 HYPNOSISopening practiceof racquets,. call 473-2210 or Investment opportunity. ment. Call credit managerfor
Hampton, was driving a '74 Olds, down 2.5 percent to 89.6 million kwh Mark David Wise B.A.. 4734380 after 5:00: p.m. SR-21N. Owner-salesman. free home trial. Collect
damage! to the vehicle was $800. from 91.8 million kwh in September of Now offering services/ for TFN 1029CARPENTER 4734375. tfnchg 8/6 2455165. 2tchg II. 5 II, 12:
prescription hypnosis for
Damage to Johnson's '79 Datsun 1980. AdsGet STEVE MOAOWAY tradditlonal and individual WANTED Keystone WORK '/.ACRE LOTS for sale from MAHAN PECANS for sale.
pitfkup was 2000. $2.995. Restricted,
applications (smoking Helghts/Melrose' area. with Best nuts In years! Thin
Johnson was charged with improper TREE SERVICE weight control doctor Call Fred. 473-2903. 11/12 lake access. 3772808. shelled. 12.000 Ibs. W. A.
turn and Crawford was charg- referral stress reduction, 4tchg 1203tLAKEFRONT tfnchg 6/18 Scales, 4734378. Ii12LOSTFOUND'
cdjwith: no valid driver's license ascoding HeflMVll etc.)Please call Gainsville, HOME from i .
.to Patrolman Lane Sibley. 376-3545. for appointment. Individual .
Tilaudng owner. .. f"1.
Keystone Helghls/Melrose ,
Erie Estimate DESTROYED FOREVER) area. Call 4734346. tpd YARD SALE ',> '
'h Why settle for temporary? 11/12 nAt
1f Call for appointment MUSTANGS WANTED Pay 'i SAT..NOV. I4i Deer Springs $50 REWARD, U.t> MKitaHU
Results 473-4732 473-7033. Amy's Elec top dollar for wrecked or Road. Follow signs. 9am til male poodle |3.ryrsnioldtloq
( J trolysis. 490 LawrenceBlvd. junk mustang Call 4 pm. Many miscellaneousitems. Named Jocque, tagia0924.eet
After 9 Mi. ., Keystone. 9/24 tfn (9043980341.) Don Barry. Itpd 11/12 tost in Paraded ';P6ii tnti

,,EXPERT carpentry greatreferrences 11/124tpd 12/03 I FRIA SATi Nov. 13 and 14.9 Keystone HeighteaCblgil

.Pecans or walnuts added to honey or pure maple syrup kiTiteae .Heights ., satisfactionguaranteed. am til 4 pm. Desk, $25; 473-4345, Itchg.'lJtttOH| TAZ
make a delicious, natural topping for pancakes or desserts. before Call 473-2854 MISCELLANEOUSIINGO..AMEEICAN sofa bed $75; 1897 silver ..' iiiurO H eco!
8 a.m. or after 7 .
dollar. $25; womens HOMES FOR'J ""
a.m. 9/24 tfn clothes site 14 and much 1:1: '
I CARS&TRUCKS LEGION HALL. SR-21. more 473-2735. Itchg SALE.. '-v_"w'lm"H3S.

-Union County Ads- I Saturdays 7 p.m. and Sundays 'GIGANTIC GARAGE SALEamlli. :/ 2'A HOME j" .SIlwe"I M
2 to S. Public .
: Invited.' Antiques; furniture Ridge overlooking 'Silver.. ,
----- W7 DATSUN S10 station tfnchg 10/15 glass and Lake Two miles ,to

HELP: :.. WANTED LOST/FOUND FOR SALE ..>tyogon, low mlleag OVIRSATIRSANONVMOUSAre household Items. South Keystone schools, on county "
FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS FOR RENT; 'AM/FM radio. $3.500. Call' you side of Silver Lake. owned roads 41000.

$I80JPER" WEEK PART-TIME 4732876. Itchy I1/J2 addicted to food? I Is your Keystone Heights. Sot., I II 3/4% mortgage
WJbsteftr. America's IROWN-BLACK PART 1974 El CAMINO CLASSIC AND ADDING 1t10 BUICK CENTURY weight affecting the way Sun.. Nov. 14 and 15,8; am 3760078. tfnchg 6/18
LABRADOR DOGi Found at Good condition buck.t IM ACRES FOR RENT 20 live life? Call
forymost dictionary compoo MACHINES FOR LIMITED Power steer. you your til 6 473-2214. GOING OVER SEAS-MUST
*,aaads. home workersto 50 E. Main St. See Earl at seats, automatic. 350 VS.power RENT Union County Times, acres wooded good farmland Ing/power brakes; powerwindows O.A. No dues, no fee, no 11/12 pm Itchg SELL cute 2 bedroom
Wizard's Cav. 11/12. steering, brakes, New River Area.Phone .
Itpd weigh
update local mailinglists. air. $1,595 firm. 83 SW 2nd Ave.. Lake ; power lock; meeting hawse, lake aces..
All ages, experience after S TFN. 431-1114 Butler We also repair office after S daytime AM/FM; velour Interior; 19 Tuesday nights at 7:30 FOR RENTSIR beautiful large wooded
INSURANCEMAINES p.m. p.m. phone at St.
p.m. Ann.'sEpiscopal
unnecessary. Call WELDING SHOP AND machine Phone 473-4038. lou Brown. plus mpg; A/C. Phone lot assumable mortgage
17168455670. Ext. 6005. EQUIPMENT Located In 496-2261 for more Informa 11/1211/1911/2612/3.4tchg. 473-7200 wekdays, 9 am tilSpm. Church 2BA HOMI-CH/A. $350 ,ot *4. call owner
Itpd 11,2. INSURANCE AGEN- tion. TFN 10/1. 12X60 11/122tchq 11/19 Keystone Heights.Meetings per .month lake access. .4732733. tfnchg 10/29
Hampton. Selling due MOBILE HOME FOR
CYi 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake also held 376:0078. 6/18 -
Butler. 496-3978. Complete poor health. Phone MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 RENT 2 bedroom I 1/2 Thursdays qt 9:30 a.m. In FURNISHED I K KIYSTONI AREAtNew 3
Mike McNabb Insurance Service. TFN 485-1244 evenings. 2tchg bedroom 1 bath on 1/2 bath furnished A/C., Call us far your housingand the Stark. Recreatlonaf bedroom I bath COTTAGE1. furnished bedroom 2 bath brick
11/5 11/12. acre of land no kids, no washer dryer I acre lot. Investment need In Bldg. In Starke.. For Information home with
Roof and
RepairsSky cottage on Little Lake garage access ,
WANTED HOTPOINT REFRIGERATORi pets. Also on. acre mobile Providence. $200 per the Keystone A.... or emergency help Geneva
Lights Installed Excellent working condition home lot for rent. Phone month. Phone 733-2397. call 473-2790 or 964-8587. $225 per month to lake Bedford.
511 SW 12th St. After 1962306.10/27 Keystone Heights' Realty large wooded lot. $400 per
TFN. 9% ASSUMABLE lovely Ifnchg 8/27
Gutters Installed & MOBILE HOMES WANTEC Rltor.473-4961 .
tfnchg month first and last
p.m. Itpc elder' home modernconveniences ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUScIes.d
with '
Will cash for used ONE
Mobile Home Roofs your 11/12. DOUHE OFFICE plus damage deposit. One
RepairedUumlnum mobile ham. Ray Powell, SOLID WOOD FRENCH REALESTATE everleaking for rent a/c: year 1 lease. Call 9648073.
496-3377. TFN 4/16. Park. Tennis meeting Monday' at B $80
Roof Coating WANTEDi Responsible party PROV. DRESSER Mirror CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES Courts 4 leke. 4 BR. 1'* p.T. Open meeting Friday' 470 carpeting.Lawrence p.r month.Blvd. >' 11/12 Ifn
nlgh'"and. 'I IMAll
complete twin BA. $49,910.REDUCED S Johnson
to take p.m.
Installed over Free ,
payments Keystone
on b.d estimates Local 473-4472 Jackie
$250. frost fre.r.frlg.rator lake. Furnished.
Spinet Console Piano. Can LOOKING FOR a special distributes for completely Monday at 8 p.m.. tfnchg 10/22 $150 permonth
Quality Workmanship be seen locally. Writ. Mr. $150 new piece of washable Own.r says Alaleen-Monday'* 7 p.m., OFFICE SPACE first and last monthIn
property If I Idon' nationally lot1 'r.'...
at fair prices Foster P.O. Box 561, dinette Simmons double bed 200. have It, I'll find it-Just advertised Gard..". sell 11 I Cell u. for detail. All) meeting at the Educational .. Keystone 'Office Center advance plus $50 security
Aster, Fla. 32002. 4tpd GE set $75, matching ask-...JANE S. USHER Draperies. saw Enterprise 4 ... 2 BA on ..r,. Building. Community call 475-2160 after 4.00 'kfeposlf. Call 4732578.
496-3811__ 10/22 10/2011/5 11/12. rocker/recliner washer/dryer $300 REALTOR 496-2126 or .. Ed or tomeStephen. weeded lot with Uv Mt Church. 473-2163 tfnchg p.m. tfnchg 10/29 Itchy 11/12
sure bedroom $95. queen 496-2903 ev.e., "Your 4962219. Lake Geneva.ENERGY ). LONELY Stamp for free In. ON LAKE GENEVA
suite $400,
Union County Realtor, CUSTOM formation New.,, Single bedrooms,
electric stove $165. Phone tfn COMBINE WORK kitchen equipped GENE REESE
High Cost of Living Got You Down? 755-2397 Providence, llchg FOR All YOU REAL 1ST A TINIIDSCali Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or I home EFFKIINTi' .lot New Magazine Box 88O-G9)' ( ) A/C nice beach $ 21 REALTY'''
e.r MOT
496-2903. Boynton Beach Fl. 33435
11/12. Venero Brown TFN 8/20. per mo. Call 17860034.llchg
_.... .
Boil 2 aR. 1 BA.Generous tfnchg Ck File 11/12
4963022. Sandy H ABYSITDNGi; thru 11/13
MATCHING TWIN BIDS -Jen Monday allowance forappliance GENI REESE REALTOR
With 2 night stands, triple 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Car* Friday. Snack., hot lunch. *. SJS.MO. .
LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow dresser mirror $300, non 496-3140. Tiffin and Well supervised fenced i ENERGY EFPICIENT.Walk
whirlpool washer 8 months Owns Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 yard. Ask for Evelyn at OWNER FINANCING r Our Feed Prices: te Keystone schools. 3

taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR old $195, sofa, Bon 788. lake Butler Fl. 496-3923. TFN 10/1 Complete'. executive Ili. with /kept... Very
lov.._,. chair $450 hlde- LAND FOR SAUl Providence EXPERIENCED MOTHER Clay Hill Feed .
homo. Iftdudlnai heated nee* Assum.
August occupancy. These all electric abed w/matchlng chair 2 1/2 acre and Sacre Keep your child weekday .' f% VA
units with lots tracts, $3.000 from 7 a.m. to 6 Plan- peel on L.k.O.n.re.Wld. 5095 mtf. $39.100.
are spacious of closet 225. doubl. bed $60, twin per p.m. 8R 218 OAK
and all have bed $45 king size bed acre. Bate Real I Estate "y of supervision, : FORESTS St.. | BA
wall-to-wall Selection of
space carpeting $150. Simmons bed 752-0893. 4tpd 10/27 11/1 reasonable rate Call Middleburr.. Florida en E acres live oaks. ,
drapes and kitchen appliance. On 496- 731. Acreage Tract end 282-1M3 fruit free Extra well S
$200. wood table w/4 WEEKLY SPECIAL AAA Real 1 Keep tryinG. kiWI,.. lot from $290

site laundry facilities. Rental assistance chair $130. Phone Estate offer*e 2 beck_. I EXPERIENCED give daytime LADY Will with excellent ownerfinancing. 13.6% Steer Fat 100 Lb... .. . ..., 7.45 ...,tlc. tank ..be thetoMIeHeme ad.dad.
for qualified 755-2397 Providence. bath home, over 1700 core .. may -
applicants. Itchg 11/12. square ft., rustic charm Includes elderly or k 12 % Horse Feed 100 Lb:. . . *... .8.35 $3S.tOO.

: For applications and information 1979 FORD COURIER hard wood floor' convalescent in their 'C.II.7J.7CNO.r 471-U\. 14% Hog-' Meal 100 Lb",. II. .. .8.95 LAKE LOTS SIDC. IOTS.Owner .
please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St. eat In kitchen large carport home. Good references. ) JACK financed at 12%
Lake S-speed
Butler transmission 2300 and workshop. Home Call 4963135. Itpd 11/12. Whole Corn 100 Lb... .'. . . .. ..8.15eraek with 20% dawn lecetedKevcteneMelrese
Florida 4 i IASSOC.
32054 .ng r new radial
Call tires
or 496-3141. topper; fully bed; I I. located on a landscaped REDUCE SAFE AND PAST 1 Corn 50 Lb.. : .,. . . . 4.85 .....
Eqwl Housing Opportunity AM/FM stereo carpeted ; 2 acre lot. Phone 496-3314 with GoBese Capsule and REALTORAt Crimp O.ts 60 Lb..w. ..,1.63 ,Office47I7076Eves.
cassette lvDiscount
player.....2679. for appointment. Itchg -Vop -water pine" An Keystone OeN Cewne .*Fee Greek
1,1/12tfn 11/12. drew Drug. 225 W. Main. vnable Per Ton .n-uee


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dune for a classified i I OPPORTUNITIESOPEN FOR SALE ,

Receding HOMI PARK mobile BILL'S ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x 1972 VW CAMPERS $2500
Thursday home YOUR OWN retail ape or
fore publication and, 'cpace for rent. 36" 254 each. Bradford pare! shop. Offer the latest KEYSTONE-STARKI AREA best offer. Good recreational i
Unimum charge $2.50 Recreational vehicle cular County Telegraph in (eons, denims ondd New home for sale. Also vehicle, Call ruJilIfJ ;
Welcome.: Phone ,468-2912.: chain 964-6303. tfn sportswear 11950.00 Include quality built homes 122 964-8360 after 6 pm. llpd (! hSd,
(Cover IS Words
) 'TFchgMOUSIKUP1NO NEW CARPET. NEW a USED inventory, fixtures, per sq. ft:built on your lot 11/12
itch word over 19 is 10"l Furniture a' Appliances Adams 4 Hall REALTYPHONJE :
und sleepIng Leave ate Complete Store! OpenIn or ours. ins SUPER BEETLES New : 'N
| responsible for errors room ,TV., and air Plumb fixture and pipe as little as 2 weeki 473-20M or 475.2128. 6/4 paint; Michelin radials; .' ... I' N
litn given nw the Und.rwood Motel', 3 mile. BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 anywhere USA. (Also infants CUSTOM rIOMISi., now good condition. 1800. Call N' : "
ont or when copy I Is not North of Starke on Hwy. TFchg South 964-6679.- 2/5 and chlldrens shop). under construction .....7682. 11/OS tfn 94-7776 ; y
301. 10/9 tfn tfnchg. '6S CHEVY TRUCK '54 Chevy
Call MR. LEE COLLECT overlooking Starke Country
114 1 and brought to tboflea. MOSILI HOMES Highway 16 LIMEROCKi 20 yard semi- I-9O4-7S1-4520.<< Itpd 11/12 Club. Adams and Hall truck and 71 Dodge station jiiwVifGAR 205 N. Tempi StarkflirsiNCRfoisuft 44: i. .

and Hwy. 16 and 225. Phone leads only. Phone OPEN YOUR OWN JEAN Builders. ,Phone 473-2036 wagon for sale. Pohn "
Cleanl TFchg 152-;172. lawtey. ALIEN 4732736. 11/12 ,fhhJf.: Ii:
Call 168.1323.3/12. SHOPS Offering all the nationally Itpd
tfnSR. 1976 HORNET GMCi .
known brands 3 BR 'HOMII Work shop .,,.i.,!> i II
YARD SALE, I ,I SA LIVING ROOM.. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN such a* Jordache, Vander- 200000. Call 9646819.
cl. HOUSIl 301'' South barns, trailer hook-up on 11/12 SPECIAL -- .1.
dining room S kitchen. bllt, Calvin Klein Itchg
IIO BARN AHi Friday control heat and ....6740. We Buy and Sell 9 acres. SR-100 S. Call 1970 FORD TORINO .
air. In Sedgefleld Levi! and over 215 W. Washington-Zoned Commer :'i
d Saturday. Furniture, Hampton,, Phone 468-1 779. Used Furniture and Ap 70 other brands 9648350. 48500. 10/01 Automatic 2door. Call .
cial. Charm & Comfort traoTr;
with :
sk., tools, clothes (baby ((1st month rent In od- pliances. 8/13 tfn.ItICONDlTlONED 12500.00 Include beginning SMALL CONCRETE BLOCKhouse Vickie after S pm .
d adult), some dishes vance.)9/7) tfn Rd. TVS Colors Inventory airfare for on 2'% ocr.of land. 9645067. Itpd 11/12 tional fireplace. 2000 Sq. Ft., CH&, ;:' .:z

otorcycl.. lot .of ether" TRAILER LOTS High and dry;, CHAIN starting at $100.00. I to'the apparel center, Has fireplace, great room, 1969 VW BUG $625: '53 Carpeted, Drapes. Four Extra Lots-: .j. : .
Jiings. 301 South across oak shade trees; 2 miles ed. Trade-ins welcome. Phone training fixture and kitchen: I BR (with Chevy sedan ...door, $195. Owner Financed. c ,1: .
|om Indian 'River 'fruland / South on US-301 9648238.. Man 9648212. 6/11 tfn. Grand Opening Promotion shower). Utility shop. Cheap transportation. 'I' I'
red barn look for 9/3 tfn TFpd. USED COLOR TVSt CartersTV. *. Call Mr. Colombo at Beautiful landscaping. SR- 468-1509. Itpd 11/12 Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifos'ylewt', .:1:
Bgn. 10/15 tfnIT. ON KINCSUV LAKE Small 7823577. We accept Mademoiselle Fashions, 230A frontage. 23000. low maintenance adult housing offering charm; [it

ft SUN.. Nov. 14 and ,cottage with heat and air, the VISA' and MasterCharge. 3136321018. Itpd 11/12 Call 964-8226, anytime.Ask LAND comfort & quality together with energy efficlftcV. ::::
St. 888 W. 'Madison St... Nov. 15 thru May 13. Call 10/IS tfnMOBILE for Mrs. Mauger ".:
Winter .. $
rat. NO PETS.
lark. Itchg 11/12 FRESHLY FOR SALE
Call: 5332366. GLASS POLES 100 amps, $135: COMMERCIALPROPERTY PAINTID S SANTA FE-Custom built w/everythlng you eoiHtm"
ICANTiC GARAGE SALIores Deposit required.
9 sit 6 Thursy 10/22 tfn 200 amps, $225. Call PAPERED 3 bedroom concrete .aglne. BR. 3 BA. 2200 ....ft. 2 story well Insul..CH/A od "
.i Nov.am 12 pm.thru Tuesy. -- I UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 404 'anytime, .....6365. 'Starke, block home Kitchen LAKE SANTA FC LOT 120 2 ac.. 3-car '0'.11..10 ft. on weter. Invest nowl '';' '" .:";

Open Sunday at noon. N. Ch.rry St. New carpet: LY 10/29 Hn large dining/living room .ft.of lake front. Lot. of .RD U i ROOM TO ROAM 8 acres ft nearly newHg".( '
|36 W. Coil .St., 'Stork..i stove and refrlg. NO PETS. taken GAS' HEATERS gas stove; BRADFORD MINI with fireplace, family trees. Unique property In brick home: CHS.A; fully Insulated 2 carMreplaces /uraprt:
Restaurant, lounge and)of ",$195 per met$100 security electric, stove; misc. furniture WAREHOUSEOFFICE ,room laundry and shop. private area. Invest now. ;; alarm system; Intercom w/stereo:; scre'erted(
equipment and supIlles. deposit. Call 964-8082 after ; lamps. Call COMPLEX for sale 80 pct. Small yard many trees $38.500. 3789750. 10/29 back porch; water softener; one lot with home h.i'1;' '' 1
10/29 tfnKINOSLIY tfn. .....6365. 10/29 tfn owner financing available and shrubs. S24.000. S have trailer. .t ,i
Hou..hold goods, pm. 4tchg 11/19 septic tank electricity can a ;/v-'v'.t' :
[..flg.rotofr..z.n, LAKE 2 bedroomIInfurnl.hed. 2 STEERS Angus cross. $2OO at 11 pet. 1'/. acres with $9,000 down seller 'COUNTRY ESTATE CB home 4 yrs.old w/approir. 2000 "
rniture. china glftware CS home with each Call 9645772. 11/05 room for expansion. Phone assumes mortgage at r" ACREAGE .. sq. ft.: 24 OCI..SR II near Hamilton lake 3 BR'14i!' ;: "'

lrlc.ks, blocks,. 2...'., carpet and drapes; kitchen ,.. 2tchg LEGHORN 11/12 HENS. Call owner 473.2735.2" tfn 12%. Calls taken Friday H ;2.27 acres heavily wood. fireplaces, CHtA; S I,. barns, pond.fenced S. crosslent'. ."
Shelving/ .I.ctrlcal and equipped. $300 month $50. WHITE evening thru Tuesday. <:' J '*'*'-"'
[ per 431-1305 between 5 and ||ed. $'SOO. Cash or Sub. .d. Amailng value 1112,000. .
Jlomblng plus deposit. NO PETS. IIn. WANTEDGOOD 964-7582. 11/12 deslgne'dVwetlT a
supplies quantl- 6 30 No collect calls 3tchg I Terms. COUNTRY CLUB Newt luxurious ":ell
of n.w ,wire, mobile' Year'" round. 533-2518.' NEED 3/28 11/12: pm.2tpd 11/19 fill" ............. built ham. w/flreplace, hug. walk-In'closets. .: r\; ':
lame steel and 10/29 3tchg 11/12 HOMES "
steps MOVING SALIi Bedroomset IOOE- IAc. .KINGSLtY LAKE Brick duplex ; Renter use a.'hdmb'r
PRIVATI TRAILER LOTS 'in PRICES PAID for used Strawberry Acres 3BR.2BA Hwy "
I.roo. Itpd 11/12 '" '
set Lot-$6.000. .301 S 33 ACRES ft HOME One of Bradfordi'(11iii( : !!
home ; living room ; mobile homes If
3V. 11 ft Ui Friday country. 2Vi prises from 1 mortgageIs 9.2S acres, lanced
II Starke. Owner furnishes 3:00 1121't. stove, electric or gas; 3/" paid or more. OlIN'S stocked ponds. $5*..000.Lawteys R.n..aR.R.RR residences, over 3000 sq. H.; fine acreage, barnigtty' I :;:
Cookbooks day, dishes water, all other hook-up Pay refrigerator; woodstoves; MOBILE HOME SALES. ............. Country ClubHwy.230 roll fence. W.II kept. ... i '
uch more. 612 Collins one aree In. Call .....6365. after camping trailer; cow and .....5606. Open 7 days 3 BR 1 blk. from 2.3 Ac. Zoned MIA, 'SQUARE ACRES plus horse barn; set up for jnoblW, ;;
lac.. 9646362. Itchg, anytime.: 10/29 tfn '.. calf; stewing chickens; weekly. TFchg school shady.S26.000. $20.000. home w/wll septic tank S electricity 7 acc crebred.. ..,:.
jl/12( : ON LAKE GENEVA WOULD tome small Item Call WE BUY AXLES I TIRES: w Reduced $22.000.Award Ia.RRURRRRR fenced ft crossfenced. $...500. 4 miles NW of Sla'.... '

IT.. NOV. 14i 10:00: am til Keystone area. 2 bedroom 473-2736. Itpd 11/12 axleI I4 tires $135.00. R RR....RR.... 10 Acres Large barn, .BROOKLYN LAKE-Coiy Board Batten cottage CH......
I? SR225. between.SR.I. house,,.kitchen .equipped. DINING ROOM TABLE with 8 Del.to Olin. MH. Hwy. 100 Winning newly stocked pond 23000. .1121 BESSENT RD. L,. corner lot, nice landscape S1BR'
nd I US-301 Look for.sign Air condlti ned., Good choirs: small desk. Call W Starke. 9645606. TFchg remodeled home on $4000 dn. Assume mtg. 2B, CHSA has attic fan; patio; fenced back yard; IIt'ie211lighted
lipd, 11/12' beach. $250 per month. ....-7529 after 5:30 pm. WANTED Used tools both Hwy. 1001. Must see to ........... shed. jfj.ttli'iEPPERSON :;

PRATT ".IU.Th.... 1.784-0054. Itpd 11/12 11/12 I llchg 11/12 mechanics and carpenters appreciate., Screened 6 Acres Well, power ST. Owner fin. CBS BR, I'/t B CH A.i;! ,.
mill... Friday, Nov. 13 liNT 'Oil SALE Three 6 MOS. OLD REFRIGERATOR: Phone 964-8331 or porches, front S back pole, 10200. DAVIS ST. OFF 301 9 Ac. more or less .owner fiqiks, ; ,I
$350. Call only if In.'
ftnd Half-day Saturday bedroom house terested. .....8671 after 6' 468-1551.9/11 tnchg utility rm-worfcshep, ......rrrrr potential for mobile home perk. ttoiJC'IAIFOBP .J,
ov 14. Havealittlabltof w/flreplace. Workshop ices 'pm. 1l/122tchg 11/19 WANTED Mobile Home Axles. con. H/A range, refrlg., 10 Acres Lg. pines. Frame 3 BR 1 B: bern ft stables; popl:: I
verythlng. Itchg 11/12 guest home. 275.00 p. $45,000..Rr.r.rr..Rr fenced/crossfenced. Only $23.500. .,
LOST FOUR REFRIGERATORS $30 Paying the best pricefor 23000. .11 H|
JANTIC GARAGE SALEt month rental In advance.$200.s.curlly ........... .
fur deposit. Sole Block to $120. .ldl-clean used .good condition axles.' Super Bargain ,.R. 2Ba .1091 COLLEY RD. trick 3 BR. l'/t B VA loan I ; 9,( ?
miles, Antiques' and"'price/ :"' $32,000. Call and In good shape. Call 964-8331.9/11 tnchg on 3 lots In Southgate 26305. @"'/.%.Selling price 35000. ,nib ;:rt.SR .
Allure usehold glass Items. SouthId. "" .5lOO.: days; 964-7187 on 782-3332 anytime after 6 WANT TO BUY used wll*'.23' screened Moving IS JUST OFF 301 Frame home an 1.6 .cr..,) I.( .....

of Silv., lake, evenings or weekends.. Loop.; pm. Itchg 11/12 typewriters and adding patio utility bldg. Price Into New Offices '107 EASTWOOD DRIVE CB 3 BR 1'/.1. on quiet:strMtr ,q
Keystone H.Ighb. Sat., Itchg 1112IAIATOGA FUEL TANK with stand. 225 machines. Must b. In inc. patio furs, "misc., Nov. 13. 1981 334._N. MYRTLE. CHIA. Assum. mort., owner will take

bnd Sun., Nov. land 15. 8im j HCIGHTSI' 3 182.3210:1tpd: Call working condition. lawn tools, riding lawnmower 1 Hwy.:301 S. In Lawtey back second. Attractive Interiors ; :
til 6 473-2214.: bedroom 2 bath home. 11/12 964-5764. 2/ 2.MOBILI washer B dryer, .5 AC. NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced. 750 gal. septic to..III2'Ofl.
: pm. '$285 per month. Call TIRES Five ((5)0) 14.33 x 15 refrlg., range-$15.000. I Janet M.. Starling well. S21,000. Financing avellable. :1B.Jt
Ground S25O.OO. HOMI Axles' with
Hawgs. rrrRHN ar
hurs ,.f rl.,.")4,39t' ....NOV ,, 964-8811 for o'pp onlm.nt.ICE : .., < / \. .It..JB2..;Nt !LOT 7 COUNTRY CLUB tSTATti-SS.000., *sl''Li.
", 1 N' fO'AflAi1'1 i ; Phonete 4tr pmo: tires. Will pay $WS.:;Phone.R964.5007.93'ri 3.R.;25..t'Spd lnI s f?.sly(. tl LOTS U4 ftVi OAKS-HS.OOO. : ,
1 611. 9 ) SI M|'.beel.c-v :
.. o!'l.11.} 82.3268. Itchg 11J12.cu. \ d It/19. f.N
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s ,5150 aeAdNI.Oe dm WANI" "o""tJ it "mI" ?o M + r1
? .VTe rrSXnS r digfRp9iPp4Mnwm fEr4yiRtab'ur ; < 1 St rice.. SMO. .
fo TV \
R Bj re;; cIo ,,t#1 sm \Hrev"' fse at. ; 4 ?,"alt"...'! \' : ,'<) stoves*.'75 eo; 2>GR(No. ,/ upright freezeT.nor; 1 12 I I, .....*......it.... '.1 GENEVA LAKE ESTATES-Wooded /, 'ec. corner:'{//ft*., i'
II F antes and lots of It.m.. wafer; sewer; 'garbageand frost refrigerator ... cubic feet, not'over 5 yrs. S8.0OO-$4,000 dn., owner fin. $4.000 for S yrs. Me/pay.' .:
>d 11/12 cable TV. Including $ Gallant condition. $100 old. Phone 964-6784. 1/12 Moving $"."+. ); ...u.'. f

IRS.. FRI a SAT ed.HBO and Ph. ClnemoK'.....704.furnish Itpd ., each. 964-7251. 1/12 2tchg11/19 ,Into New Offices WANTEDIN.O.MATION COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES- truly beautiful hornet 3$lJI(3 :.,'
ildr.ns clothe, fur- 11/12 2tchg 11/19 4 PULLETS laying(red eggs) Nov. 13. 1S8I BA on 1.3 Ac. huge family room w/flreplece. This home,'
ure, womens cloth., PICANSi Fresh 60 lb. and one rooster. Call ON has
1 WO BEDROOM MOSILI U 1/2 crop. Hwy. 301 S, Lawtey everything ton ,E (
f other misc. Also hov12x56 HOMI large lot on SR. 10 ACRES huge oaks; 20 .964-5709. am or 5-7 pm. ALASKAN AND OVERSIAS.mploym.nt. .PRICED TO SELL lovely lot en L". Genevatt00"i {)
f mobile home; on shaded 3 11/l22tpd 11/19 Excellent In.
pecan trees; Janet M. Starling $2".200. ,
the loNGl
230A. $145 plus U
D. SR-16 to SK229A.ne p. bedroom house :double POSITION WANTED 10 come. Potential ,call
$100 deposit. Ph. 964.8704.UNPURNISHID ) Realtor. 7(2-3931 7TH DAY ADV. CHURCH-Neat flame bldg. with appjcax..' ,t!
> 964-6353. llpcRUMMAOI 2 bedroom 12,, 14 fenced year bookkeeping. and. Michael B. Cooney 312-741-9780. ext. 4258. ..0.... ft.; 4 roams: 1/2 bath; carpet; 2 gas heeler, AI ;"i .blot
SALE Friday secretarial experience Including GRADER OPIltA TOR. The Ci '
house :In town. $130 '". lOO-xUS1. Rd. 230 A .1.'
per Assec., /(21 !icr"
tory ...
j Saturday; 9 an til 4 month. Call '."-8243. 964-5388. llchg 11/12 computer. Type 75 ty of Starke will accept applications .40 ACRES NEW RIVER, AREA-HI and dry with pecan! trees.! hI
>. lots of Items to choose SEARS FREIZER chest type, wpm. teno, etc Call for the positionof
Itchg 11/12 '
km. Also have lorg..ix.swomen HOME 23.1 cu. ft. Only 2 Y'". old. 964-5608 evenings and grader-operator thru 14uill. : :
jr SR 100. behind 301-N, $250; 5 pc. blue velvet living weekend Itchg 11/12) The Nov. 13, 198' Training and J' s'rl 1' "I
for rent at low a Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman "..6)); ,1ti.j| / )'
Ivory Baptist Church. room suite; port-a- experience: minimum of
.. Call .
weekly rot. Temple
rURDAV ONLY lam, IIIFddorsl0 tfn. crlbs. Call 964-7452 between Imafomaktrr two years of experience in Fred Socket y'h'\ : "'
Motel, 964-7357. 11/12
Martha Dorko-712-339, 7
t .4100 btu A/C. Hit 7 am and 6 pm. 11chg the operation of light duty Byron Terwlllegar-964-7776
FIrtwood Saloe"U.S.
[100; is tdrlud..lectrIC:" I PARTIALLYFURNISHED" 3 11/12 Scrap;; \ Hair Styllog construction equipment. Anne Terwlllegar N.I.o".75.

rd I organ. $50; swing set,, bedroom 2' bath home. baths 5COMR SEI US AT THI Oak & Pine 301 N. Starke Must have a valid Florida
|25: II" B/W TV $35; Call 473-7736. Itpd 11/12 $ HOUSE OF BARGAINS In $10. truckloadOak (acroea from PowelTa.. ) chauffeur drivers license
HF/YIoIF ontdnna'/'aa' 4bold.i.ampYOIid I FURNISHED, .2 bedroom $ lawtey. Full line of 4x4- Oper. Debra Norman Salary $ 0.296. Apply at Classified Ads Get Results I

pm'o...... apartment. NO PETS.. Call .. ..... 'clothing: children and. $40. '/. cord .MHMNalr City Hall Stark. Florida.Motorcycl. .
5,"CKI6the l .nct"' misc. 9648243. Itchg 11/12 Stchg adults at bargain prices. Call SsRshla. AorstMTIM
|temsu'<502 Ldgten'Tbrroc.' I IIpd iMAll HOUSE ON 10/22 tfn Special For Rent J
LAKE Furnlih- III $5. off
U/12''' 'h JOHNSON
Is (Across from the Waldo Farmer A Flea Maiket)
AT., NOVJ 14j", '.m'. tilt??' ed. $150 pr month, firstend .TH6 sl or come out between .a, nil 250 HUSQUVARA dirt

p24 N.-Church-St. Lob of lest month In advance olrr+tclirSHOP LOCKSMITH 9:30 and 2:30: and owdry i bike.. Real good condition. at the :...._.. ,.,.,.
nisc., LoflOot 41iAo! 1.tid. plus $30 .ocurlty'd.poslt. well. load for youMOBILE $3,10 $350 or best offer Call

IIIJHotnoworkers.. Call 473-2578." (Itchg(. 11/12 ..waref 1520 S. Walnut! i 7823904., Itchg 11/12 VOC\tet

(Sal lobs lYa ab needed.,":Your" Mary ,Kay r ru 964-5849 I HOME I III portable e Buildings Changea..- a,. .,

holes: Alt '.(.. Send ''SERVICE #01
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.l.oo'for' directory appli- CoameticsLouise SUZUKI "? ATM Approx. 14'x24' enclosed stalls by mont1F+

{ration,. and Instruction Starling or year. 7 days a week. Sales if you Jike.M. ; ;,

envy.Ky.40737. Eve*. & Weakend* A Wotor proofing INSURANCE 200-''"' AMP; 6X10 thrif 12X5 468-1785 after 5 p.m. & weekends 'tCt "' .ut

Shingle POLICIES C>W iln tim ruAnp ul

Mobile Homes Build-up AT '- W. Clark REALTOR po> tl/s l f'n 1U16 '

Moved REASONABLE RATES' Philip ./ 'i qtr. ,
Local or :statewide Cool Seal ........ ,,.r bq.t

e.rnbT Dom: \ moves. Set-up & coninections N.w'ft Re-roofing Olin's MobU.Ho. .- w.. Announces -

OrNs.eyltprlpt.trOFa.mwlssnb..Rr done. Call .... Sal.., LYi: :1

: I-4&-45S7 gvenlngs.StarUrtiltornators. < State licensed FREE QUOTES; DHtiirtm. that we are nowpart of CENTURY 21. the company that leads
a a e. e e e :rues
Frtf Ettlmottt Phone 964-5606 the real estate world in listings and sales :

'"-7322 tlameM. Olin. Agent. 2" Thru 6' We can now better serve your real estate needs with the sup- !I I.r: :;115..

lijfl Partita and Damasiic vH"ny Fast Rotary' port of our multi-million-dollar advertising program and all the H rh.:I ; ; n

> All Dfaltn Cost_ Drilling Equiprrivnl! .. latest in professional tools and techniques. WE'RE STILL INDEPENDENTLY :0:1":
S/W HVFFLERS Register Oil.:.&, Gas STATE. '.' ',. OWNED AND OPERATED THOUGH.I So r.rbu:: : :;':
I The>> Recovery !Room ol we're the same:local people who have
given personalized
{lake .City: locot"'DisCsArchi. .6rNieeuat Part 308 'Thompson Street Pusnpa 1' you : :!t

Tanner Funeral Da lilt tit M4M7T+ jftflfe 964-5888 . . . ... attention. and experienced service. 'oJ: /;: :

(Home. ''i. fault) w a U.edSa'e..Parts.S.rvlc. And we'll continue to do so because we care about you. That's :act t i:
J964 5737 Sto,".. Fl, (
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MOMtt HOME. VACUUM LP Gas Fuel Oil ..' . .. E-Z .Terms . Now we're the Neighborhood Professionals, right here, to ;.:..... .:;::

;ilNSURANCSHOMCOWNIM nerve:s you. so drop in or call whenever you have a question .
Home Delivery Cash I Carry ..
'' SALE Plumbing .!About* your real estate needs. :.: I1h314Y5A7 !
SATES ,NEW 9 USID New Installation : n. '*>'
...1.,.. 'We finance own Martin and Perfection Heaters .R.mojd. !lina.Repairs!: '.\ .n, ".V rl.' Oniu;

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If one) when .. -0 .- wirtujsi
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OU,,'. Mob4U ,YOUNG'S 864 N. ,t r. .

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Phone 444.540 : 1< MMe marsh of .. .. $84.e512. '., >tt ICLASSI -t1 p3'
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Page SB November 12.1981

General( Hunting Season Opens Bright and Early tar y I,1

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Hunters take to the woods in force Goodson encouraged hunters to enJoy taking of only gobblers In Leon, i limit of four ho season limit. ... "
Saturday a.m. early this week with their outings this season but be Gadsden Wakulla and Jefferson Wild hog season begins only In those Ii H if tar.* .111* *. bony lee'! I
sunlight unveiling the first day of the careful to protect the natural beauty counties in the Northwest Region (no area they are considered legal th. hull"
general hunting season- Nov. 14. of Florida's wilderness setting,ensurIng other turkey hunting allowed in re- game on some wildlife managementareas New Antler Law Itan d
K that they and other hunters pro- maining counties of the northwest and in Palm Beach and
It's the weekend none of our local perly dispose of ammunition boxes region). Alachua counties. Wild hogs are legal ExplainedThe
game reserves have trouble filling up and other throw-away items. Gobblers may be taken only in game in those portions of Collier, recent revision of Florida's five Aatl.r
SiI for and freezers will soon be stockedas Alachua County In the Northeast Dade and Monroe counties west of inch antler law for deer has become
deer and other game will be car- "Florida is fortunate to have the Region and either sex turkey in the Levee 28, south of State Road 4, north confusing to some hunters.
ried out of Camp Blanding. Osceola wide range of wildlife to harvest each remaining counties of the Northeast' of Everglades National Park and east Many questions have arisen due to ,
tit) the Raiford Tract and other hunting year. This is due not only to proper Region and in the Central South and of State Road 29 where they may be the change. Most hunters want to .t
I grounds all over Florida soon after management of the resources, but Everglades regions (with a daily bag taken only during the archery know"Whatisanantler7"'t ..Y 1
!11 the 6-7 a.m. gale openings. also to the spirit shown by sportsmenin limit of one,a season limit of two. and. mUzzleloading gun and general gun 'An antler in technically defined as: ,} '- .
t0at complying with regulations and possession limit of two). .season. a hardened bony structure which protrudes 00'' .
Landowners are people too and respecting the lands on which they The statewide turkey season which There Is no season limit for,wild through the hair and skin, h'. ;, '
si hunters are reminded to be considerate hunt," he said. opens Nov. 14, will end Jan 10, except, hogs in those areas but there is a dally said Steve" Stafford wildlife biologist Adult IVi years -'
of them when planning I i for certain counties In the Northwest,, bag limit of one and a possessionlimit for the Game and Fresh Water Fish ,
w outings during the general hunting The November 14 opening will see Region. An error was made on of two. Commission. .. '
w season which begins Nov. 14 in the start of the antlered white-tailed posters and wallet cards distributed The black bear season begins in "This Is not the same as a hair 'i...t
Florida. .deer season with a daily bag limit of recently by the Commission concern. Columbia and Baker counties only in covered bony projection of the skull ,r ', '
two, a possession limit of three and no ing the closing date for turkey season' the Northeast Region. The daily and commonly found on "button bucks". \ at; i
sih laG "Private landowners should be con- season limit. Permits for. taking of in the Everglades South Central. and, season bag limit is one bear. These deer are usually fawns and ..' ,,"'Ii'''' '. "T .,c0' :
tacted ahead of time by hunters to get antlerless deer are available on some Northeast regions. Regulations and seasons for the make up a large percentage of next : .c. i
permission to enter private property private properties. Hunters are en- Also opening will be the bobwhite' taking of wildlife may vary on wildlife years legal bucks Stafford added. ..o ,
seal throughout the hunting season/ said couraged to contact their nearest quail season in all areas of Florida i managment areas and may differ The Florida Game and Fresh Water'Fish yoA'" .'
tt Lt. Col.! Brantley Goodson. director of regional office of the Commission for with a daily bag limit of 12, a posses from statewide regulations. Sport Commission's" intent W''O
the Division of Law Enforcement for details. sion limit of 24 and no season limit., smen are asked to contact their' allow, the harvest of inferior. deer, not
al the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com Also opening will be the second The gray squirrel season will open nearest regional field office of the the taking of fawns. L"-
ci mission.He phase of the mourning dove season with a daily bag limit of 10, possessionlimit Commission for details. Stafford reminds hunters "the new" "
also reminded hunters to be with all day hunting allowed, beginning of 20 and no season limit. Toll-free telephone numbers for use law states that legal bucks are those .
sl familiar with all rules and regulations one-half hour before sunrise to Fox squirrel season opens except in by sportsmen to receive information which have one antler at least one
before taking to the field and particularly sunset. The daily bag limit is 12 and Lee Henry Palm Beach Monroe, regarding the hunting season or to inch in length visible above the
clSI those concerning wildlife the possession limit is 24. Collier Broward and Dade counties report wildlife law violations are: ,hairline. Fawn 6 to 8 months
SIS] management areas. The turkey season also opens with with a bag limit of two, a possessionGetRstedlnourHuntClub.il Lake City 1-800-342-8105) and Ocala
Cl 18003429620.
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Check StationAt

siU Lochloosa I 1 ,

ii Hunters planning to use the The [1IIJIIIILft5" = Ad good thru 1/16/31/ /
n Lochloosa Wildlife Management Area 1 1G-1&rY 1 '

V are hunt requested headquarters to check located their on deer State at

U Road 325.During.
h the opening weekend Celebrate Clair1s5OthMN1VERSARY'
h (November 14-15)) Florida Game and "
n Fresh Water Fish Commission ..r..wi, '
wildlife reservists and game /
P biologists will be operating the check //5"
station to collect biological data. The

s G< field animals dressing should so be that brought the maximum prior to Get a 2.50. Cash Refund when you purchase. these

... amount of data might be collected. ... pk'r Clairol products
e The station will be open from dawn to .

r dusk in order to help evaluate the t'' / I i you're from the Bradford, (See details below and In the store) _
s physical condition and age structure y Union I "
of the deer herd.Another af or Keystone Hgts. '.
area and take a buck, a

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For Dove t ti 4wir Just can us at 964-6305 and

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Sure, Saturday November 14 ,etc. of klH.
Macks the start of the general hunting 11I4t, your
season when everyone and his cousin
I .Avid.be heading for the woods afterieji. .anun'c
Deer "'"
f ( But to a dedicated group of
I sportsmen that date means
( something else-a chance to once RUSSELL MISCALLY of Lawtey- during muzzleloader season at
again match wits with those winged Osceola: a pretty 142-pound spike a 110( -pound 5 point a 94 pound spike and a
Ii wonders know as doves. doe. ,
C Mourning doves are the most 2.91 2.22 3.91 2.81
hunted and most harvested migratory GEORGE ASH of Kingsley Lake- 110 pound 4-point at Camp Blanding the
t gate bird in North America and say muzzle-loader weekend of Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Ml.s Clalrol Sham. Mis. Clalrol Creme Clalrol Condition 8..aeAntisep- ,
some experts the most frustrating. poo Formula Halr- Formula' Color Bath Beauty Pack Treatment tic for the skin. New' (+'r t tcolor"ColorHold'e
Nothing can be more humbling than DWAYNE HARDEE of Starke- 6 pt. mule deer in Wyoming. Conditioning formula. 99% oil free hair conditioner. shatter-proof" bottle. ,:. ,;
sitting on the edge of a field tryng to formula. 4 oz. 10 oz. .
Qafti f\ one of these speedsters. MIKE JACKSON of Starke- an 8 pt. buck deer in Wyoming.. *
3: November 14 marks the start of the : ., A. ,... +f!*" --' '12. ', ii"
's copd'phase'of dove hunting with ":. J,L',,:BRADLEY'kf, ;a'in sftooflng; hours between then and ;"" w' .t' I 1 ,: .,:.:...=.... ........ / ", \ I., Join Clalrol's 50th Anniversary Celebration I.. } 'i"h ,"" ''' '' I ..
November 29 from SYDNEY JACKSON Starkea 4 deer in '; a "if. 1110
one-half hour ptmule Wyoming. 't i,Save$2 50 when you complete IhH official< !form and enclosa 4 proofs o( .
J before sunrise to sunset. Those hours i register receipts! ,(as mdeated below)
will also hold true for the third phase. OWEN ALVAREZ of Starke- spike mule deer in Wyoming. purchase,PURCHASE ONE EACH OF ANY FOUR OF ; "
December 12 through January 4. PARTICIPATING BRANDS.Note UPC code appears next lo 1 .61
Being a migratory bird, dove hun- BUCK NORMAN of Starke- 8 pt. mule deer in Wyoming. Bus symbol on bottle Of package. i '.
ting regulations are established by RAND OOFOFPUacNASe w Cr Clalrol Final Net Invisible :.
J the federal government and enforced ESTAN MOSHER of Starke- 4 pt. mule deer in Wyoming.. ..ndI oe-.saepeo Copy UPC flunter from back 3_ hair' net. 8 oz. pump :?,
JI by state wildlife agencies. To ensure d bo11M. spray. I
I omplete compliance with these VERNON CROSBY of Starke- spike mule deer in Wyoming.; condWoflNMHdMofiBMiily Copy UPC numbec horn beck !::fI-
( -regulations hunters are urged to con- dMmowbunamperolcontafdn4 j
I itacU.their nearest Game and Fresh RICKY ALVAREZ of Starke- spike mule deer in Wyoming. Puck UPCwdelrampecxape r. ,
II ;Water Fish Commission office for a Final. N.. Remove Proof ot Purchase' symbol .,
II I copy pf the current migratory game MARK"CHUNKY" REDDISH of Starke-spike buck during muzzleloaderseason. S..Si.... from Remove side Prod panel o(Purchase symbol ,
3:bird regulations. from ad.panel
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Remove Proof of Purchase symbol . c \>
'iWaterfowlers TERRY HARDEE of Keystone Heights- 3 pt. buck during muzzleloader or. eha iceePcned. from side panellUaeCtelralCreme IfI \ .
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season. Mole Good anal one ol products c l'01 Common Beauty Peek.7"icM '< I
Check Steel Clalid SOtti Annrv raty Refund Certificate ::' :
To gel iL?.>cash nfund on your Claird. purchases,sand m.tomi with the wquwdproo ......- .' .b
$hot Areas.! "' ( _c"ha'wy..nd1aSI. c'J'
HO. Man. il. ;
t KWalerfowlers are reminded to Hunting Tails

determine if areas they are planning N..... _....11 .s i, '(ill o
tfttiunt. this fall in Florida will ,
the use of steel shot as opposed to lead Four deer in five days-that's the tail for Lawtey hunt-lover Russell Miscalf.c f. SAM RkN 7'1)' 79 1.79 i; w :..<, ,IT0t00r

shot. ly. ....._ .
"Hunters will be required to Hunting during muzzle-loader season at the Osceola reserve Miscally drop ; 0.-u.a,,_+.ra.a.aemroe.aernadwm..ww. er..suer-r Tru on4a.-.r noi b :meM./v.Wmic.a: .aanwq..ms. Clalrol Condition Clairol Condition!! !
steel 1 shot in 12 gauge shotguns in certamfareas use- ped a 142-pound spike a 110-pound( five point and a 94-point spike and then didin f .me.re..uc.,,,,..,,,,;: ( ." .'7:== Shampoo Extra body Instant after shampoo ...
S of the state during the a road-crossing doe(it was doe-legal fellas) with his Bronco. "It was a two- ------------_1a-= plus protein enriched! treatment. 16 oz. '
198>82 season when harvesting day doe hunt so they let me carry her out," he explained. Trademark*lent CPilrol. .Ino. 16 oz.
waterfowl"; said Fred W. Stanberry. He said he also saw but never got a shot off at "one huge bear:' ..-

director of the Divison of Wildlife for .o,. OPEN: Mon..Wod. 9-8
the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com Got a hunting tall (tole)' Civ. us a call at*e4MS: and wall .1 'Ole .
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Sheron McCutchen,Mellisa Davis. Runner-up In the Pee Wee Division were this Starke Thompson Angela Pittman Carla McCutchen. a.:
I Starke Junior Midget cheerleaders are(I.r)1 Standing- Slum Davie Sheila Shannon co-captain: squad (l-ri Standing- Tammy Grlffls, Vicky Uoodowns. Pam ''
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I jj :. Wendy Webb Crist Crosby Lisa Fillyaw. and Pam
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st Junior Pee Wee Cheerleaders from Clarkson 'Cindy Hagglund' Wendl Lowe. T nJa Smith
Keystone Heights
cl The Starke Pee Wees were the runner-up In the Jackson.. Jill Strickland. Cbarolette" Terry DianaJackson. .. are O-r): Denise F nk. t
SI district cheering competition Sunday.Squad members 'I, Front RowSandy Bryant. Sharon Whlddon, Angel Not plcutre: Crystal Clark..
siCl are (I-r): Back row- Allison Archey. Jull Jackson. Cindy
Front row- Terri Carrot Latara Samons. Anita Jackson Rhonnel Estes.
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t This squad of Union County Junior Pee Wee Tomlinson Beth Parrish. cost of financing.
I ( cheerleaders were judged the best In their division the Back Bow- Melissa
Holmes Jenny Keller. Kim
competition Saturday in Starke.They are (I Kr):
Hundley. Jeanne Crawford ESCORT o*
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Bishop. Tracy Fortner. Stacy '
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Michelle walker.

I =Front Junior Midget row Monica Cheerleaders Kelly.from Kim Keystone Whittamore Heights, Jerl arc Debbie Back row-Ifagglund.Carla Ilileman Christy Grailano,Lisa Givens., Kerry Stacey Cooper.Royalty Usa. I Offer Ends Nov. 22nd

Johnson. Leslie Fenn. Honda Ariie. Kellt Monoghan._Grice. Amy Smiley.

Pop Warner On Display Our 1982 "Midas" Conversion Van

Simply Unbelievable
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at Bradford FieldSome Saturday Selected Used Vehicles

2,000 cheerleaders and fans '
district attended cheerleading the Timucua competition Conference of ') Morning Wholesale Pricing

Pop Warner at Bradford Field in
Starke_ Sunday afternoon Nov. 8. ,
Only local winner was Lake Butler For Your 1979 Ford Courier 17,000 miles $4495.00
In the Junior Pee Wee Division. The
Starke Pee Wee's were runner-ups in
their-.division.I 'r
Convenienc 1980 Ford Lariat $6.7'9&.00'
;Wij} ers of the competition by / .' Loaded, is.ooo miles
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category were: :
Junior Pee Wee: 1)) Lake Butler,2) ;'/1 We Will BeAU
Orange Park. / 1980
Pee Wee: 1)) Orange Park 2) Custom Loaded,28,000 miles
Starke. ,
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:Junior Midget: 1) the Orange Park ... t ,
Falcons, 2) Middleburg. The two -:- '. 1979 Ghev "30" ((4x4)) Van $7' 595.00
squads tied, and had to do a third Loaded. H.OOO mi
chew for the judges to determine the
winner.IMWgets. Friday Nov.
13thStop '
: 1) the Orange Park Red- 1979 F160 ((4x4)) Loaded '5995OOo
skin.2) Green Cove Springs. By For Those Last Minute Hunting Needs 39,000 miles
:Twenty-eight squads of young
ladies,from Orange Park Mandarin '
Green Cove Springs Keystone 1981 Z28 Camaro 81..9&.00.
12.000 miles
tfeig ,ts.Lake Butler and Starke took .
part the competition. Each squad
d&two cheers for the four judges whowere -
former Florida State :
cheerleaders and were from Jackson-
vU ,I I. Check with Clyde or Byron Terwillegar

:keystone Heights didn't win Lvim a & Warney "Coach" Adkinson
anything, and the girls showed their
dissatisfaction by getting up a cheer 1520 S. Walnut St., Starke I''
after the competion:
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'We're from Keystone and proudof
Itf"I they chanted. 004J964.7855. TERWILLEGAR
The'judging was based on practice '
during the season, 25 percent; their ( ) THEUTF1TTERS
cheering at football games. 25 percent 20% W. MA81S8N ST., STAXXE. FlQXiiA ii4-72f
,'and the judging of their performance :
Sunday,50 percent. __