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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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State Prison I inmate Was g', e arenas usually been picked up captured last Tuesday night aril '1f.
around noon Tuesday .. vy sap' In* ear David Kdwrrd Barlow was captured ,r.t1
forcement officials. na*.. fc*.t. liplrblr. Officials will still respond to poaslM immediately liner the escape last
to establish. a solid Craft ,r' sightings of the medium-security Monday nlf itResident .).Y':+
Inmate. Green was serving a five- living" near prison boundaries \.:. trurapbThe
Charles Douglas Green,JS t walkedoff
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sentence. are expressing concern about
year robbery ;
the farm iU. of the
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prison sometime .. Another Inmate Norman Dean, the prison's"",mlna Inability to track ';
.landa1"anet wax who escaped from FSP nine days ago theeK.pn... They say prison officials ,\ n
reported missing ut 3:30 officials
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think "
suet Dean Is still In the "n
said area but are making a less than }! '\
Green walked east into a wooded with two others is still at Urge, Dug desirable eI,...i to find the escapee. ;
area near the prison, said Assistant .gee said. The residents also say the telephone .\' .' Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Superintendent Richard Dugger. but Dean was serving a 215-year warning system is not working pro. iperty

bloodhounds were unable to pick up a "sentence for robbery and other con and tNt an Inordinate number ." 't..t Year HTAItKK.: .'IJUtlUA :21(',," Copy 1
good trail In Monday and Tuesday victions. He and two other Inmates of Inmate set search efforts. cut the cell bars and climbed the grounds with* the past year. .. .
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The special meeting called Tuesday to originate any position nor make
night to determine if Starke pollee of any appointments. The commissionmust
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.. F r fiver George Tomasovitch should be do all that, he said.
fired was continued: to the next
regular city commission meeting on Commissioners Harold Epps. i
Nov. 6 In compliance with the city Charles Schaefer and Ted Oglesby ,
code. said they were unaware that any appointment I
k 4 Attorney Jess Wolbert told commissioners : of an Internal Investigator S
17 of an affidavit! filed by Police had been made; however at the :
Chief Jimmy Bowen on Sept 17 meeting Tuesday night Silcox saidBowen's 1
charging Tomasovitch with misuse of request had been for a per ,}
sick leave. The affidavit stated that manent Investigator and an appointment .
e Tomasvltch was on sick leave for 14 for that had not been made.

( days, from Sept 12 to Sept. 26, and Wolbert explained his position was
"on several occasions in the Interim temporary only served i
Officer Tomasovitch was observed by in this andpprevious Issue' .
myself (Bowen) and others engagedIn concerning Tomasovitch. Wolbert
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K'I "% other activities which Indicated represents the city la contract !
that he was physically fit to
Y/ assume negotiations with the PBA. I
I his duties." Tomasovitch had been !

E : : _ _ seen actively campaigning for Jimmy
s Epps.. who was running for poUce
chief during that time. The affidavit \
a further stated Tomasovitch was $3.6 Million
; S Zt, unable to produce a written medical

The "monkey bridge" challenges" these Cub Scouts to 'course; are MM always'serkus 4hey can lot of tsa. at excuse violation for of bis sick absence leave which was In

I cross the three-rope contraption that was thrown up in a these smiling facos testify, 1' policy City
mere IS minutes by tome. of the"old hands"Challenges of The charges how "er, had not been BudgetIs
heard at the commission meeting last
week and a resolution had not been I
:adopted. According to the city code

I 3,000 Boy Scouts Gather at Camp Blsc ding charges be presented against to a the city commission employee InUIt In Approved

writing and swain to, spread upon the The 13.'million city budget was approved
minutes and a resolution passed providing unanimously Tuesday night laa
Endless splashes of color and the scent of burning wood filled the day that was "h"Is a total jMrtnership-wIth the groups! etthe the scouts to the people for a trial. The accused must special city commission meeting on
punctuated by pandamonious laughter, shouts and conversations of 3.000 Boy who volunteer their time and effort to event possible!; Smith said. be notified at least five days before its second round through the counciL
Scouts Cub Scouts and Webelos at the 28th annual Ross Allen Encampment! this And as the scouts saw and smelted,,tasted and experienced the essence of what the hearing so counsel can be obtalnTomasovitch
.past weekend. scouting.la all about,Coyle's explanation that"scouting is nothing hula man and ed. The 1980 budget bad previously -1
ffVtV a-ittmtf nn SI ). aHmf lIJaifrutarl h *4trttatAM4 '' been out of balance by$176'lsard CIty -
.. : .tt' qver..J had been notified
-. : Three aquarepiiks land'tit/ Camp Standing saw'the overnight creation: of at;). _I: is'';, \saw. .. ... times. _',/" ,.." letter by a .. Clerk Merrill Edwards had been la '
.. .. ,. ... ... __. ,_ ..\"-.. from SUco: 'IK.dated Oct.18 of the "
_,,....virtual tent city{ giving room foe ybuAg scouts Gutsitfwir!skitla and 6ileana awf "" .JJ special mooting:tol* held,Tuesday." tfuctedallbeOctiObud 'ot istans A* 'a !.
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compete, and most importantly, to have fun. ". 0 i : ;:". ..t. eaR ).., .
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Scouts of all sizes, ages and shapes and from all over Florida got a chance to ?f d 7 'Wolbert adopt suggested a resolution that commissioners to give Edwards had figured 91,790,972 for
in of events-too to In them all. Events such .
compete an array many get as Tomasovitch: a trial. At that point. electricity $142.486 for water sales
bowsawing, flint and steel firemaklng, a compass course and string burning, a '" Commissioner Vemon Silcox: asked and $130.368 for sewer. His reviseJfigures
timed event In which a scout-built fire burns through a string suspending a why the trial couldn't take place immediately show expected revenue to be
water-filled bag which douses the fire. Other individual and patrol competitions since Tomasovitch and $., oo.783 for electric fI47._ for
included a first aid course In which "wounds" were diagnosed and dressed one of his attorneys, Harris Tobin, water sales and f141,361lor sewer. !

too. !Ham radio operators were tuning were present. That is about a six percent increase I
A world-wide scout jamboree was going on,
into various frequencies making contact with scouts all over the world. Tobin responded that he was unprepared for electrical receipts three percentfor
to proceed and asked that water and four percent for sewer,
The competitive events were only the beginning of a Jam-packed day of ac the trial take place at the next commission and adds $129,790 to the Income. Gas i
tivities. A rocket blast signaled the end of the morning competitions and after meeting.Commissioner. sales revenue was Increased by ,
lunch, scouts trundled off In various directions to the the action trails. Charles Schaefer $10,000 bringing expected income to

made a motion to that effect which $$310.000.
Axemanship, hunter safety, a close-up. peek at some wildlife, archery sailing. was unanimously UI8d.An Edwards also Increased monies In
and conservation, ..all tossed in to make it virtually impossible to see and do opportunity Dad been given to the general. fund from $920,471 to

everything.And Tomasovitch to meet with Wolbert ' according to Simon Smith,one of the few professional scouting executives and Bowen on Oct 15 respond to the
there that impossible schedule Is good. "That way they'll come back next year" charges, Wolbert said. However.

The trails provided scouts with scenarios straight from the Civil War'era- ,iTomasovitch jTomasovltcb said did he not had not appear.been 'ttl7ir: tti n 'c fi crl
courtesy of the Florida Brigade members-with Blue and Grey soldiers dressed notified of the meeting.
in full 1864 regalia. Skirmishes, basket weaving dulcimer. playing took visitors Wolbert bad written a letter on Oct. ,
back to the time when scouts were unheard of. 15 to Silcox requesting that meeting

And the activities were rounded out by a huge campfire singing skits and a be called to determine whether '
be fired.
should
and founder of the Tomasovitch \
talk by Ross Allen well-known herpetologist encampment.
Smith described the three-day encampment as training In Itself "just coming An affidavit signed by Wolbert attached I :'
letter said the I
here is some kind of training." He added that It was the sugar on top that made it to the allegations
filed Bowen founded \
by were
all worthwhile.
One perpetual scout master and volunteer Robert"Big Red"Coyle.i explainedthe ; and proven beyond a reasonable '.

event as an opportunity for young boys to get involved In good activities with r doubt. had been \
adults. "This offers them the chance to experience wildlife learn scouting skillsas t 1 s a Wolbert appointed by ,
well as the pure excitement of just being outdoors." .. ., .. Bowen as internal Investigator. I
....... Bowen had previously asked for an Internal ,
Coyle has been involved with the encampment since Its inception 28 years ago- r .! Investigator at the Oct. 2 commission \
first as a troup leader and now as an all-around volunteer.He has the distinct ad- ... .... meeting and was told an immediate $

vantange of having all six of his sons go through the scouting experience.And \ '. ;. .. decision could not be made.
.N However Wolbert's appointment. .
the volunteers! Smith emphasized, Is what makes the entire event possi Internal investigator was made by _jrldw.Ocf.14
ble. Sheriffs, the Red Cross, a boating association, and Of course, the National Ready..Uk slm..shoot.n Learning new skills sad sharpening old ones was Bowen at an unspecified time VAWTV FOOTBAU GAMe.
Guard provide the support system vital to such a "boom town." Smith said the all part of the three-day Ross Allen Encampment at Camp Blanding this past (Wolbert said be could not remember .1.P.M.IiAD1OROia6N. ;'
money made from camper's fees Is recycled into the event. weekend. when the appointment had been

made). According to specifications VSBUCHHOUMOH
the Police Benevolent Association
the chief has the IN ITARItIIarwrd.r.

I 2 Trials, 5 Change of Pleas Set for /Circuit Court Next Week to contract commission appoint anyone must then Wolbert approve said.authority that The .Oct.rI _

appointment. within 180 days. '........ .......,...c.rww.I
Two trials are set for circuit court| Robert Leroy Elnslg a Lawtey Correctional Charlie HawtJns 42, Is also charged behavior (three counts. He !Is also Wolbert said the investigation into ITMW ItOO r M..VtM P JN.SMMfco .
beginning Oct. 29 with Jury selections i Institute inmate is charged: with possMBion of a controlled charged with 12 counts of introductionof Tomasovitch had been going on ........a khad. 0.-.
to begin 10 a.m. Monday. There will, with two counts of possession! of a controlled substance and Introduction: of contra contraband into a prison. although It had not been approved or ......
I also be five change of pleas beard, substance and introducing: band. The LC correctional officer Ronnie Rlsby 21,of 905 Thomas, authorized the commission. Stan CMdiM DtMMT
one at Florida State Prison and four contraband. had I.' grams of had 17 grams of marijuana. Is charged wills aggravated battery City Clerk Merrill Edwards said the Ptte4 cMthIs.M.,....."","...,...
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at the Bradford County Courthouse. marijuana. with police chief did not have the authority ...fitt MITAcrMt
The trial for Tony L. Baxter charged a deadly weapon. tram'w Non......* .
with. six coints: of buying receiving NorthCriftoUo1
U.S.Ml
and aiding In concealment: of ...
. Annual Whitehead Bash Set Saturday"I stolen property. and dealing stolen You Sprung Ahead, Now Fall Bach chick..I.vtwsn
property wa. dropped because the /.e Nervy... .
victims did want
not to prosecute
Fall football politics and chicken want to Invite all my friends In DarreU You've sprung ahead now it's time 1 to fall back.The clocks will go back CMUrW.Ne.pNd1.1psi.tlhst
plleau are synonymousWhitehead's with Union Union Bradford and ..urroundIngcounties Marc Gillett, arrested In one hour this SundaY.Oct. 28 at 2 ...nAprIL I., giving you back the hour lost in dp1142
County Sheriff John annual to come, on by/" said May by a Florida Highway Patrol
birthday bash set for Saturday.Oct. Whitehead. He added a state senator trouper for possession of a controlled The annual switch from Daylight ;:Saving Time to Eastern Standard .;_.....ov.Oct.II. .
27. following the Florida-Tulsa or two along] with a potpourri of other substance, will enter a p-e.b1aIln- Time Is sure cause confusion, but there are a few places you could con- 1MI1IMa '
Homecoming In Gainesville.The political figures just might happen tervention program in Tennessee. o fTwrc.a.r..k
game 7game alder moving to avoid the springing I forward and falling back. Arizona
after the Gator homecoming[ Jerome Carrol charged with two Islands sparedoging On.How
sheriff always distains the notion counts of aggravated battery with a parts of Indiana, Hawaii/Puerto Rice i and the Virgin are
the annual outing has anything to 'deadly and possession of the Ienl-azmuaIIDCOllftDlenee of des clocks. .
weapon a Dr. Wiles Webb, from the sleep lab I rat the University of Florida saidf
do with his 1MiC.wMir
birthday which falls a few inmate will
Index. an have
weapon a ..
.. niby setting the clock: back an hour, is one the few good things man has done' er z.NO.c.t -. ,
before the
days event and it .Is
says change Monday at FSP. in time. ...r...*...*.. '
simply coincidence. Other change of to be beard at manipulating
TWO SECTIONS the courthouse are pleas "It brings sleep time more in line with the dark time, which .Is how, : : Ilo.a
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Food and politics are usually served SECTION At Dorothy .Ray Price charged with many of us think sleep evolved" wet ibsaid.ueeping. : ," Courte vt.If'MeI.'S

in equally plentiful portions and Society. .. ......Fates IA-7 A manufacture of M controlled i'. Most people change their length of i about an hour from winters
this! year's party alwuJdn t be any dif Editorial.... .. ........ Pa.e4A substance and possession of more to summer sleeping about an hour IesiIn each day in the summer and more NILM
ferent with 1980 campaigns just over winter because there Is nothing to to (In the winter), research In Norhour" *
News. ... ...... Pages 1A-1A ,than five grams of a controlled V
the horizon. Leasts ft Real Eft.** ......10... substance. ,way has shown. WILY Of 8t e !
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,. Webb also said most people lose a;a sleep:>> at the end of every .
Whitehead said the menu ,of:'" ." George Brevaldo. a former staff : 08"-6078 '
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hour and ball
weekend going to bed an hour later aid getting up an a or BLS
"chicken bog" cole slaw smoked' 0 S SECTION B> member at FSP,,' .Is charged with
. ... S'2fi.SISIA counts Introduction two later on the weekends.So 4""''t1Oft'" H..wnsatp
.P. I seven
mullet bear stew corn on the cob Sport : grand theft .
and bog chittlim' will be perveolbeginning Clatslfied. .. .. . ..Page 19 of contraband(three counts) and! roll over and get back that extra hour of sleep and doo't panic if you. ." ,00 AM .,

at 6:30 p.m. Obituaries ............ Page. unlawful compensation for official ., think.you'r* late,to work-just! set the.cloclc. ". baek'IIt'....,.....l.n.Jlw.:) /..',,'". ,,,>,l i!tI'"., t,,..>.<..rf" ,,\.j. ;', '' : ,",414-4973''' '' \ ,.





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On the evening of Wednesday, Oct 31 young people everywhere will go ms-- For the Druids Oct.31 was the end of the old year and on Nov. l,the beginning i I II I Ii
querading onto !the streets in their ghouiiah looking masks and costumes asking of the new year they would light lira In honor of the sun,od. I
for tricks or trNtt. TIle Druids believed that the soup of good persons would enter the body 01
Although Halloween is better known as a time devoted chiefly to the delight another human being at deatb.They alllo believed cats were sacred because eats \ I
and amusement of children, the holiday Is surrounded with mystic lores and had once been human beings changed Into that form as punishment for evil I '
legends, and its beginnings were otherwise taken quite seriously. deeds.
The name Halloween which is of Christian origin, la also known as the eve of These persons were outlawed by Jthe Romans during their rule In Great Britain "
All Hallows or All Salntt' and their rites still survive but without mystic meaning.
Going back the earliest celebration was held by a group" known as the Druids Another legend sprang up In Ireland about the origin of the Jack-o'-lantern '
who originated In Gaul about the second century B.C. Among the Druids, this many years later.It i te', : I'
WM the evening of the festival of Samhain the lord of deatb.1t was he who supposedly was said that a stingy man known as Jack was barred from heaven because I IGrtff "
called together the lOUIs of the wicked who had been condemned to inhabit of his stingyness, but he was also forbidden to enter hell because he had played .t '
the bodies of animals during the year. At this time, It was decided what practical Jokes on the devil.Jack was then condemned to walk the earth with his ...;:t.-' ).
form the condemned souls would take for the following year. lantern until Judgment Day. I '" ;. j
The Irish also used various methods of trying to see Into the future on Halloween I ,",. ,4i
night, like preparing suppers with special ingredients that would lead the J I, /'
.younger girls to their future husbands. i \ j ;
Jones'Craft The Scotish people had also observed some of the Irish customs: and had Included rt i Ii. )&! i
some of their own for that night. i I'' .
Legend has It,that In the 18th century In the Highlands each family would p f'} ,, > ,j "i .
Shop carry lighted torches Into their fields on this night and march about from right to
left believing that good crops would be ensured for the following year.
Afterward the torches were taken home and thrown Into a bonfire. Each Carrison. right and Webb Farber the designer of the solar besting units
216 E. Washington member of a family would then take s stone, mark a circle around it and place It work on another shipment of solar units. About 20 units are shipped out each
in the fire. In the morning when the fire was burned out, If any stone was found month.
misplaced or if a footprint appeared near a stone it was believed that whoeverthe
Custom Made stone belonged to would die within that year's time.
had Scotland and Ireland many of their customs prevailed but the English also Bradford Countians UnawareOf
Hand Crafted quite. few to add. especially concerning witches. When families of the Old
World came America, indeed they brought their Halloween customes with
Gift Items them. Possibilities of Solar
The All Saints'Day was introduced into the Catholic church calendar becauseIt EnergyA
was not possible to dedicate a special day for each saint of the church In one
You're Invited To Come Sea Our year's time.It little over a year ago the plans "People around here really should
Displays was not until after the great Irish immigration which followed the potato for manufacturing firm to make become aware of solar energy,"
famine in the 1940s that Halloween really became a nationally observed holiday solar heat collectors was Just that- Savill said, adding that he's bad no
Operated By Mr i Mrs. Ermle Jonas in the United States.It plans. Today the U.S. Solar Corporation customers from this area.
seems that Halloween vandalism reached its heights In the late 1800s.when USSC) is building solar units at going to do nothing
Open 8:30: 5:30: Tues. Thru Fri & Sat. Till Noon this night especially provided splendid opportunity for any form of amusement. the rate of 400 per month. go up and now is really the time to get
Halloween has now"become to what some sociologists have referred to as the a solar unit," he said, pointing outthat
"degenerate holiday. The units all the the collectors have 160 pounds of
are going over
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1 -F California Texas and around Florida. going nowhere but up.
Bradford County citizens however
patronizing disposition are not aware of solar Savill said to have a water heating
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ha Its meaner tide. energy unit installed costs about $1,500 to
said
possibilities
Eliot Philip SavW,director -
$2,000. Customers can either have
of operations for USSC.
their existing water heating tank usedor
r "..,.. ..,..",. a new one can be installed.
Savill was quick to point out that
customers buying a solar unit receive
a 30 percent Income tax break from
the government and that the system
pays for Itself in three years.

5L "A person can save $10,000 in
energy bills over a 30-year period
which translates Into $30< a month in
savings," Savill noted.

I Plans to have solar powered air
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: &' i 1'1'i conditioning are awaiting $1.6 million
In funding Savill said. And tentative
plans to build manufacturing firms in
S e Chicago, 111. and Fresno Calif are in
the works as well.
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partially designed by Webb Farr, Is
s. the number one design used in
> t Florida and among the top five in the
I r a aI U.S. Farber the son of the directorof
the Solar Energy and Research
I Center at the University of Florida
i worked on the design with the Energy
I rI Design Association of Gainesville.

SAVINGS USSC is still establishing its opera
l TO $130.00 I : tional track record-proving its
profitability-before stocks can be
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Mrs June tttakahair and Mrs ve Paulk,Mr.and Mrs.Bent
To Ride W.H. Thorn** were rfeHfatf and Mr. and Mrs. William
Saturday Night
I and relatives fa Panacea, M :r r.nd = Garter attended the Mth wedding anniversary
Tallahassee Sunday to Tuesday. reception Sunday afternoon
ti honoringthe. and Mrs. Tom Martin
Tricks and treats will abound this Fairgrounds from S p.m. till ':30, : home of Mr. and Mrs.
weekend as celebrations honoring AU with raffle tickets being sold by fourth Miss Sue Porter of Cornelia, Ga. Ralph Cellon at Turkey Creek Country -
Saint's Eve deliver their share of and fifth graders for a chance to win was weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Club Estates In Alachua given by
vampires, haunted houses and fun. $100. Individual booth tickets are going Sherrod Hamilton. the Ralph Cellons and their children
for 15 cents or seven for'1. There and Tom Martin of Lakeland.
bodies ti.rn.nt.rr' I is inviting all will be food concession stands, a Jack Miss Cindy Ann Montford.daughterof
to Visit the Soutbsida campus o'lantern pinata and pony rides. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montford,who
.. The Starling family reunion will be
from S p.m. till 9 on Saturday Oct.27 The 4.H ChIlI is asking all tricksters Is a senior tailoring in business
held Sunday.Oct. 28 at the F.R.Starl
participate in a sponge throw,cake to come to their haunted house from ,a management at Florida Southern College Ing'. Lake.
place on Sampson
walk, bar-b-que cookout and many p.m. till whenever. Admission is $1 f has been named on Who's Who Members and friends are invited to
other activities. Raffle tickets are being and Is located between Starke and 4 among students in American Universities
; "y an bring a covered dish dinner will be
sold by fourth and fifth graders Lake Butler off CR-loo on CR-237 and Colleges appearing In the served at I ;
for chances on a ten-speed bicycle or south. Signs will show the way and 197940 edition. Rlckl Starling p.m.and his band win pre <<
a portable radio. tickets can be bought at Hart's Feed sent country and rock music during
Stark iimmttery will offer their Store on CR-100. This year's haunted the afternoon. ,I Ii
treats at the Bradford County house promises to be most scary. .

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big masquerade carnival coming provide you with fresh goodies. Proceeds '" -. I Ir I
to the RJE baseball field on Old of this activity will go towardthe .t..,.. .
Lawtey Road,Nov.3,1979 from 1 p.m. renovation of the daycare center ,.'.> Ilr! "
to 10 p.m. There will be lots of games and gymnasium which are both R 1
,
and great prizes to make the after. located at the RUE Community .- '.\- j 1d
noon and evening a time of excite- Center. This activity Is under the '
ment. Wear your whacky Halloween sponsorship of Concerned Citizens of ""..,... ,;
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if Bradford County. Rev. Lennon ,. t a
costume you like. Levy r : i
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4-11 Haunted House to be held Saturday night, from 8 p.m. till.... I
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Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent Sunday ,
Allen Scott Mr. and Mrs.W.S. Haas were in St. with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon in 7
Petersburg last Wednesday and Macclenny. r
Teresa Knepper Thursday where he attended the
Florida Veterans service officers annual ,. vrYt

I Two for Academic AwardsTeresa conference. They also spent Friday ,
Up night and Saturday with their Are you usinto ,
daughter, Linda in Tampa.
Knepper qualified as a Allen Scott, a top athlete at BUS Y i
semifinalist In the 1980 Merit Program who competes In football, wrestling, Mr. and Mrs.George W. Brown and ,
recently, with the possibility of track and welghtllftlng, has enteredthe Mr. and Mrs.Norman RIgdon and son
winning $.,000 to $6.000 in college scholarly competitive ring as attended the Jay County, Ind. high accumulate ,
scholarship monies If the Is chosen asa well. school reunion over the weekend at V' "KSMll f&.Wftirnoney'-; -'' s

finalist In the competition.Miss Scott, the son of Mrs. Annie P. the home of,Mr,and Mrs ,L.M.Stonerin .
%ifu .ff.tIRA f
Scott, has been selected as a Ocala. "
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Knepper, the daughter of Mr. semlflnallst In the 16th annual National L i j
Program Mrs. Lila Caldwell returned Sunday
Achievement Scholarship ,
and Mrs. L. P. Knepper, Is currently "
for Outstanding Negro after five weeks visit with her I
attending the University of Florida asan
early admission student.She was a Students, and may compete against daughters and families Mr. and Mrs. 'rf
finalists for financial assistancefor A.W. Anderson in Ventura Calif. and
,
member of the National Honor Society 1.200 (Individual' Retirement Account)
college. Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Garcia in is the new approach to retirement, in
National French Honor Society The program's efforts center on increasing Camarillo, Calif. fBradford come planning authored by the Pen. THIS SHIRT IS 'MOSTLY.COTTON"AND
finalist in the Electric
and was a Clay
these students' educational i ., sign Rolorrn Act of 1974 GUARANTEED
Cooperative Essay contest. It allows substantial' tan dedjucm'
opportunities and providing scholar: ... j "'IKXII while.accunntetMB ta*,ttelteied PERMANENTLY.PRESSED! ., ;
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ablpa''AarlbeMna M ':...... 1I al wrtnihsss {(lit' .
The 1980 competition Is the 25th con?.p tgf } _, IIre tnrre tirBroitnLlflSliwivafiety, .... :
ducted by the National Merit Scholarship .... Mess *o-:; neAatdmto fcA.letP"" arrrlr- m'lrnlMi'. ,, }+ irt that r ttffeeb as nice" ;'; "' """- "" .. Hand

Corp. Winners of the scholar Achievement program. fit man Information on IRA and comfortable as cotton yet needs no
ships will be announced In April and Winners will be announced In May squar.Sask.. v IDS s.vlces.all. or write: ironing. Manhattan's The Natural" of

May. and June. (tfrt Roger A. ChiltonBl 60%cotton/40% polyester has a no-iron

2, Box 421 guarantee in every package. Availablenow. .
Melrose
Fla :32088
$18.00STUMP'S
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Patrol Car IDS Marketing Corporation A :

Wholly Owned Subildlary of
A 22-year-old man was arrested
Saturday evening by sheriff's officers Irtvcilort Diversified Strvlcci Bradford Square
on charges of disorderly intoxication,
resisting arrest without violence and Investors Diversified Services Visa & MasterCharge

criminal mischief. IDS Life I Insurance: Company Lay-A-Way Plan
David Morrison, of Rt. 2, Box 30,
was arrested after he slashed the left MlniMi.... .. fln.....".
rear tire of Deputy John Dempsey's We help, people manage money.
patrol car,and was cited for the three

charges. Keystone Area .
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Also arrested for disorderly intoxication '
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Morrison 39 of
was Gladys '
the same address. Putnam Co Fla. .tea5..I
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600 ACRE PLANTATION SELLING IN r

Lake Geneva Man PLANTATIONS


Arrested for ForgeryA DIRECTIONS: From JacksonvllleFin.take Hwy.21 south through Mlddleburg
to second Hwy.315 Turn left onto Bundy Lake Road and follow auction
42-year-old Lake Geneva man arrows property, approximately one mile. j
was arrested Saturday by the From Galnsviile. Fla,take Hwy.26 east to Putnam Hall turn right on Hwy. 100
sheriff's department on charges of to Grandln,turn left on Hwy.315 and follow.auction signs to entrance to

property. .. 1
,forgery. .
Clyde Roscoe Evans was arrestedfor
forging checks of $100, $154 and Saturday, Nov. 3 11 a.m.
$121 on the Florida Bank account of

record Marjorie was W, Hardy checked When It Evans'was Sale conducted under big King tent on property,next to old plantation site. WAKE UP TO WARMTH WITH

discovered he was wanted in Alachua "Land of Lakes & Hills"

County Deputy for Robert grand Green.theft, according to Own your own mini-plantation CENTRAL HEAT & AIR I :

Evans had been arrested on the
theft charge under the name of Duke YOUR PRICE IS OUR PRICEDon't .... ....
Woodson Evans. He remains in the
Bradford County jail on $5,000 bond miss this opportunity to own your own"mini-plantation"Property Is COMPLETELY INSTALLED FROM
for each charge. located approximately five miles east of Keystone Heights and consists of
wooded tracts and open meadows Located In the beautiful Keystone Heightsarea
land of lakes and hills this property has live oaks and magnolia trees. :
Fn estimate Three mini-plantations are on Bundy Lake,some fenced andcroas-fencetl. H Ili''
Ponds are located on some mini-plantations. Historic Bellnam Road built In
MOW LAWNS 1832 runs through the property.and Is the oldest federal highway In Florida $1790 .
running from St. Augustine to Tallahassee.Property Just 24 miles from
TRIM SHRUBBERY Qalnsvllle and 40 miles from Jacksonville.

EDGE SIDEWALKLANDSCAPE TERMS:25'". down on day of sale,balance' over 10 years payable monthly. INCLUDES ALL DUCT WORK
quarterly seml-annually.or annually at 10% simple, Interest. (plus any necessary electric work)
c.n u.
BEING SOLD FOR DIVISION OF PARTNERS

NICK'S Call For Service
INSPECTION:Sunday Oct.28.2-4 p.m.,and from 1.4 p.m.Mon-Frl.the. week of
LAWN SERVICE the sale' Representatives on property. ,. ..i M-187A 064-7701
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It worm grunting a lost art In
Bradford County, like-say--fish
muddling, egg pipping, and log roll
<\ Sen. Kennedy Gearing UpNow ;: ing


Not 10. Believe it or not, we still i

that it is obvious his efforts to get be lost by promoting the fantasy that the have sure gruntera about the,although muddlers we, re pippers not BO,

himself "drafted" as the J Democratic Senator would be "drafted", by a great hue and rollers.

presidential nominee Senator Kennedy has and cry from the masses in the hustings. This

apparently decided" to quit, playing games and fable was shattered once and for all by Ken On a still day, if you've ever hearda % Q
he. is nedy's loss to Carter in the Dade County strange noise in the distance,
get down to business. Consequently expected something like a cross between an g c
to announce this week the formation ofa caucus where draft-Kennedy volunteers had alligator bellow and a cross cut saw .

presidential campaign committee, headedby been boasting of their power to deliver a victory and you follow the sound until you i

his brother-in-law. Stephen Smith come to the source, you're more )
than apt to find a worm grunter on
the other end. plying the ancient art
In spite of the sour grapes criticism b>' Kennedy But the Florida caucuses' separated the that has been practiced in Bradford

backers and liberal newspapers, the political men from the boys and Senator Kennedy County and environs for at least 200

Florida caucuses turned! out to be not so was quick to recognize the fact and start years.

"meaningless" and "ridiculous" after all. At putting together a highly organized campaign, Ti

least President Carter's almost two to one similar to the ones previously used by his Why pay I'af each for fishing : p,
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when
can grunt own
worms
you your : ,
victory over the Senator carried enough brothers. John and Robert by driving a wooden slob into the let' v : ,

meaning to convince Kennedy that his ground and rubbing the top with any
"grassroots" draft organizers were not cutting In commenting pnce on unfounded rumorsof old piece of iron you've got laying

the mustard and if he hoped to get the his early demise, the great American around the yard? No need for digging -

nomination he must mount a well-organi/ed, humorist Mark Twain, said that reports of his under up the worms hot summer with a hoe sun or when shovel you'

titanic effort to achieve. his goal death had been "greatly exaggerated." With can pick out a nice shady spot and '
the favorable Florida caucus vote of 508 tickle the worms with the vibrations

The Florida results-far from being (Carter) to 291 (Kennedy), the President can from your slob until they crawl to -
with that his the top of the ground to see what all : : : ;
meaningless-were meaningful enough to convince say justifiable pride, reports of
the excitement Is about. Believe or
', uiul Hrrml.i IC.uusrlUmoiihlralr undent ,, grunting
death have been ( d" !Ian art worm ,
Mr. Kennedy and his political advisersIhat political "greatly exaggerated. -
not-lt works-if the day isn't ton hot, iirur fi,h |M>iul tiff (t,'IIt'r lucid
there was little to bo gained and much to the wind is out of the west, and the
"red heads" are flying from tree to

tree. get down by the swamp where it is ground-but you have to be a close
wet and boy go to rubmg and get observer for this method of detec
I '' At least, that's the information we busy and grunt long and loud and the tion.
IJatllawNeedsRepeal' got when The Telegraph, during the old boys will come out of they hiding
off-news season in the summer of '
place. No one knows who the first worm-
1946 ran a contest for the best information grunter was, or how he happened to
Legislative leaders Senate President Phil some $30,000 to obtain the annual audit of on the origin and technique "When it rains to long or when it is discover the art But the late Jim

Lewis and House Speaker Hyatt Brown, have county offices here of the ancient art of worm grunting. dry to long werms Is hard to get.: I llornshy,who speared many a wormon
They wont come up In hot sun shineor a hook during his lifetime,said he
admitted that the lorida Legislature made a
Some of the letters were most in the middle of the day. learned the trick accidentally while
The suit also contends that
mistake in passing a bill requiring each county Hendry County enlightening. For instance, this one cutting wood with a cross-cut saw
financialbind
to do its own auditing, and have asked in addition to leaving counties in a from a worm-grunter from away "So you have it-soon In the morn "A log, bottom side burled in the

Governor Graham to include repeal of the the self-auditing requirement creates back (with spelling unconnected): ing or late in the evening is,a good dirt,a loose splinter on the bottom as

highly criticized legislation in the agenda for other problems since private accountants are time to grunt werms the saw teeth run across It, a sound
the November special session on tax reform. not always qualified to handle the specialized "Sir I saw your letter in the pap- like rip, rip and the wigglers beginto
a bout werm grunting. Werm "So that'ls the bout "
per trough a
werm crawl out. is the way he
governmental audits. The law does not specify
grunting is one thing every man grunting." describes his discovery.
In the meanwhile Hendry County has goneto whether the county commission must also pay don't know a bout. I have been In

court to attack the law on grounds that the for audits for the sheriff and other consti- Bradford County sents 1925 and I ..... Although most fishermen,
tutional officials to the have fished for a bout 13 years of take the out
Legislature placed the counties in an according Hendry nowadays, easy way
that time and I learned werm grun- While some worm grunters differed and their the
by or
and this has caused confusioninsome buy worms pint
unrealistic situation them to County suite ,
requiring ting from uncle Sam Nickels. He a little in their techniques all quart from a stock grown"scientifically"
employ expensive private auditors, while im- counties learned me som thing a bout werm agreed that the likeliest spot for fin- in so-called worm

posing a five percent cap on increases in property The widespread criticism of the law chang- grunting that I no to be the trough. ding the most worms is at the edge of farms,there are still a few"purists"around
a where the soil Is damp, but
the counties' swamp who like the smell' of piney
tax revenues, primary
ing the system of county auditing has apparently "When the wen is from the west not too wet; or an old field that
source of revenue. convinced legislative leaders ,that the werms come up good and when hasn't been cultivated in a long woods and the mournful sound of
i you see the birds feeding on the while; flat woods where pine timber iron on wood. They will continue to
of
were guilty bad of
they passing a piece
ground and the red heads flying soil that Is rich grunt their worms as long as the,
R The law is also opposed by Bradford County grows; or loamy In
legislation and they are willing to make wind is out of the west, and the
from tree to tree you can grunt them leaf mold. Others simply scout the
Commissioners who adopted a resolution amends. It is now up to Governor Graham to up better. Just get a old ax or tire terrain until they find those little ground Is cool in the early dawn and
:. several months ago, stating their objections decide whether or not to include the matter on iron and a good pine itob a bout 2 tell-tale hills of dirt that worms the "red heads" hop from limb to

and asking for repeal of the act. In the special session agenda. Most county of- feet long and a old lard bucket and throw up as they burrow into the limb.

) preliminary conversation with private CPAs ficials and a lot of innocent taxpayers will be -

the Board was given a "ball park" estimate of grateful if he does ., ; Death of UCIIs


_)".,." 'fI' .""' "' ......+,.k ?. -,I-- i, I *- "'"' ,>"tfttCourity Agents rrh I h;"'.TVi111.: '" : .,"!"I 'Ik Greatly,

) Need- i by Bobby L.Taylor .

, Legal Aid for The Notebook Phone: 96UZIIO Exaggerated'



An elderly woman living on Social Securityis In order to qualify for the free legal servicea
being evicted from her apartment becauseshe person must be indigent and unable to retain To the 680 employees of Union Cor
have have clean field Lack of success in regional Institute-don't
don't to cool
You
a growing worry guys
unable to the The landlord his her The economic
is rent. statusof
or own attorney.
pay to grow winter forages for your season annuals is generally due to and gals, they're not closing UCI as
gives her an official-looking document and the client is determined by questions livestock. Perennial grass pastureslike failure to remove the excess growth reported by a Jacksonville newspaper
tells her to move out in two weeks. The woman answered on an application form. No criminal the bahias and bermudagrass can of the summer grass before planting Wednesday morning.In .

has no place to go and she cannot afford to pay cases are handled by Three Rivers, and civil be overseeded with rye, oats, failure to use an adequate fertility
an attorney to plead her case. Her plight cases only if they are classified as being not ryegrass and cloven in the fall to provide program, or lack of moisture. a story on an out-of-court agree
additional during the ment worked out in Ocala
grazing Tuesday by
might seem hopeless--but, fortunately, she fee-generative. If a private lawyer is willing to
cool season These high quality Call or come by your County attorneys for state prison Inmates
does have one recourse. She can seek help take the case for the client on a feegenerativebasis forages can best utilized by stocker Agent's office if you have questions or and the State of Florida, the news
from one of hundreds of community-run legal then Three Rivers will not accept it. cattle or used for limited grazing with would like' to discuss your winter release said: "The agreement calls
aid groups which have been federally funded the cow-calf herd. They can also be forage program. for the closing of the nearly 80-year
used to creep graze the calves while old Union Correctional Institution,
since 1967.A In addition to civil cases, Three Rivers will accumulated of the Raiford "
the cows are grazing part prison complex.
render services to the indigent, such as the (stockpiled) warm season grass.

private, non-profit organization, fundedby making of wills, contesting eviction notices, FORESTRY When questioned by The Telegraph
Services does and other routine Wednesday morning, David
Congress, Legal Corporation, legal matters. Before planting, remove as much of
what the Office of Economic Opportunity did IN IIA8FOID COUNTYBy Bachman acting deputy secretarywith
the excess perennial grass as possibleby the State Department of Corrections -
in the late '60s and early '70s. Even though In 1974 only five percent of LSC funding wentto grazing or haying. Use a disk or in Tallahassee said the story

LSC has helped set up 335 legal service groups Southern states, even though 37 percent of other tillage tool to destroy at least 50 was in error and that the Ocala agree-
.
around the country and has a $300 million an- the nation's poor live in that region. The percent of the sod. Plant in October or ment called only for the closing of
early November. Seeding can be accomplished Mark Fries "
nual budget, there are still problems of low reason for this inequity was the strong opposi- by drilling or broadcasting at"The UCI Rock.which the 50 year! houses old building about
salaries and work loads. Some tion in the South to the of currently
high poor people concept having If broadcasting is used, 1200 inmates. Even this is not Im-
are still being turned away because thereis government-paid attorneys rendering free broadcast ryegrass. or clover; and mediate, with the deadline set for July -
not enough time for the limited staffs to take service in the private sector. As a result of this roll; for the small grains broadcast, I, 1985, Bachman laid

their cases. opposition, the amount of legal aid money use roll.a disk to lightly cover seed alM The annual FFA Forestry Field

spent annually during the early 1970s ranged Day was held at Oleno State Park last In addition to the future closing of
This The Rock,the agreement a
One attorney and one para-legal (assistant) from 17 cents per capita in Birmingham, Ala. Thursday.the Florida Division event of Forestry sponsored, Con-by on the state's prison population places,gives cap

have office hours in Starke on the first and se- to more than $20 per person in Boston, Mass. with Sod-seeding some type In of bahia no-till grass pastures drill tainer Corporation of America and inmates the right to a minimum living
pasture
cond of Gradually, however, this resistance weakenedin has been tried in Florida with limited the Florida FFA, gives area FFA space, and sets management goals
Thursdays each month. be
They may the South, as the merit of the program was success. Bahiagrass seems to chapters a chance to compete against for future operation of the system. In
seen by appointment at the Three Rivers In-
the
only each other. return for these provisions,
the
and in Florida restrict growth of sod-seeded
recognized, funding jumped an- mates agreed not to sue the state for
Legal Service office in the old Bradford Coun- from $1.9 million in the early '70s to $7.7 nual forages more than ber Participants compete in seven different damages resulting from alleged over

ty jail on Court Street, just north of the 1902 million in 1978. grasses.mudagrass Therefore or other,perennial It.appears pasture that areas estimating pulpwood crowding.The .
volumes and sawtimber volumes
Courthouse. Appointments may be made If have Bahiagrass sods need substantial from standing trees, ocular estimate agreement was signed in the
you a non-criminal legal problemand tillage in order to successfully
through the Gainesville office by using a toll- establish the cool annual of tree heights and diameters, land chambers of Senior U.S. District
free number can prove that you are unable to pay attorney's season measurement log rolling, log sawing
18003425362. In addition to forage Judge Charles R. Scott who in a 1975
fees, there is still some hope that you crops.A and tree identification.The order, had found that Florida; ; prisons
Starke, staff visits are made to Lake Butler on may have your day in court-and it won't even violated inmate civil rights.Scott said

the third and fourth Thursdays of each month, cost the price of a telephone call. When in needof at planting complete or fertilizer one to two can weeks be applied after tree identification contest wasa overcrowding was the-main cause of

and the same toll free number may be used by help remember the toll-free number, planting to the annual grasses. As new item this year and did not count unhealthy conditions which were the
in the overall tabulation of but basis for the Inmate
points lawsuit
residents of Union
County. 18003425362. soon as they are up to stand and grow- will be included next because
of
ing well they should be top dressed its success this year .
I with an additional 50 to 75 pounds of year.
nitrogen. Do not apply A L.L .
this event there 26
wither.Clover In year's were
< the pastures overseeded .
; i J, plants if well nodulated with teams competing. The Bradford FFA
'9i and senior team.
sent a Junior a
I ; y nitrogen- xJng bacteria will provide
their own nitrogen.In ASR
The winning team goes on to compete ;
.; :; :: w_ at the state contest held at the
.. '1-'),. situations where a mixture of Perry Forest Festival. Here they

;;iyA;} ;'' Enough hot dog we produced in the US.ev.ry year to teach the moon and back 2 1/2 timef. cool season grass and clover are seeded meet other regional winners to determine
L i : :' some nitrogen fertilizer should be the state champion.The festival!
; Y tiW applied initially to provide for was held this past weekend.
establishment early growth of the
". 't' The no" deans, warm and
cool season annual grass. Once the Chiefland the humidifies
BRADFORD was outstanding over 500 cubic
% CQ
'' % : clover plants are well established chapter this year and represented. feet of air every diY,
0 they will provide adequate nitrogen this area at the Festival Bell placed
AC1ht for the grass.Although second, Interlachen third Lake
/ Iirap1eSINCEIei Butler fourth and Bradford Junior
M Yeuwe cool season forages placed fifth..The Bradford Senior participants After the contest and while the
overseeded on perennial grass finished tenth out of the 26 cores were being tabulated, a log
pastures need more fertilizer and teams. sawing demonstration was given
: cTlQN
BOBG.FERGUS N-JOHNM.MILLER. often produce less forage than when showing the proper form used In sawIng -.
Publisher seeded on a' clean-tilled seedbed Each chapter was allowed to with a cross-cut saw and how to
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: ... tion and a benefit to the perennial member could enter only two con-
fr 6d.csf.........hi...4. _,M PM Ye.*?M.l........ grass sod from the renovation and tests. The log rolling and log sawing This event gives FFA members not
-r Out....,.....OTMI call fee'Yew$.....11*....rih. management practices performed participants had to have participated only a chance to provide
s..,II..,..,... them with nceololaarn
with overseeding cool: season forage In one of the other events. a ch and use
some of the basic forestry practices.I .






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I L Carol .futr, and Mac Baldwin Herbert Greens Host Dinner,.-,.. Party Friday Night SZnniversiMy Safe

Married October 20 at St Marks .,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green entertained ;
> were centered with clusters of sesan- JlKWE'VE
.TK Mrs. Carol Bruner and Mac A. u'' at a dinner party Friday night qua flowers and ivy and floating GOT YOUR PUMPKIN -
Baldwin 6 Oct. 19. at the Starke Golf and Coun !';candles.
were united in
marriage
Open 8 00 6 00 Mod Sat
::w Saturday, Oct. 20 at 12 nooi,,ln St. try Club for their son Charles and ?. The couple presented gifts to their
!A Mark's Episcopal Church,with,.Rev. fiancee, Kathy Taylor after the couple's attendants during the dinner.Mr pro OtLlC'OUS
F2 John Flynn performing the double. wedding rehearsal. and Mrs. William R. Eatman, APPLES BANANAS
ff ring ceremony In the presence of the The head table was centered with Sr of Archer members of the family
sf immediate families. an arrangement of mixed colored and the wedding party were among 3 ,lb. ciao 5.b. sloe
Attending the couple were, Mrs. roses. The Individual dining tables the 42 attending. .
Bruner's sister. Mrs. Gwen Wells of
Bonifay and Mr. Baldwin's brother. FLA. FRESHTANGELOS
We Acciflt Food SUtnptQuant
Douglas Baldwin of Starke.
The bride chose for her wedding a LEMONS' *y Rights Neetlrvd i
turquoise blue chiffon, calf length I
dress with draped skirt and wide bertha 59 59 *

:1 collar. She carried an arrange v? DOS XiiniicE............ : ...... .49NE \
V.ment of white roses, stefanotls and w D RICI J
*V'. baby's breath with white satin .49C ''t
T; streamers. ; TOMATOES.'JI........
Attending the wedding were Mrs

''W" Maxine Hall and Jimmy Hall and GREENsr'.rr........-,-......$i"
:. daughters; Susan and Nancy of .- .
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TO.: Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. James L />
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;;;"C Montuoro and daughters, Gina and S 5, Oa The All New FIAT\IG\ O1I1980ITSTIME \ SQUASH, ."......"........ ?........49 .
Christy of Tampa. Mr. and :Mrs J.C. neru 1
-C Pipkin and:\Ir, and:airs. James Wells Mr. ant Mrx. M..\. Baldwin 19eCv
k!.*. and sons of Bonifay :Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth FOR A BAKING POTATOES....!......

J.j ,. Panama Pipkin City. Charles and son.Pipkin Philip of of Christian ChurchTo Doubl lde\ SSLE! ::::;- ., -
Alachua, :Mrs. Doris Conway of /
Gainesville and Mr. and:Mrs Douglas Hold Bazaar Medallion :; $EAFOOD
Baldwin and sons of Starke. -
Mrs. Marcia Lee of Keystone -?
Saturday, Nov. 3 -' -
Heights organist presented a program -
of nuptial music. MULLET CATfiSH
(Following the wedding a luncheon First Christian Church will sponsor
was held In the Pecan Room of the a church- bazaar Saturday, Nov. 3 I
"i.j Garden Restaurant for those atten- from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. In the Piggly JI1r. 59' | d. 149
,,,?, ding the wedding. Centering the head Wiggly parking lot next to Nancy's r, \
,0' table of the U-shaped tables was an Flowers. All Fnrt Purchased Cleaned FREE'
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; arrangement of fall flowers. Down The bazaar will feature hand-
i I.', the length of the side tables was a crafted novelties, gifts, seasonal 4"a" J f OYSTERS B.O. ..a. ..?. $950STANDARD
garland of fern interspersed with decorations, homemade candies '

0' pompoms. ,' i cakes, cookies and pies. < ',, The Ultimate In ,, SELECT
;. The couple are residing at the tti
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t.> home on Walnut' St., many free gifts. Prel 5279
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,. Enjoy Day at Beth Francis On All l 79 Models. e '\

111. Celebrates 14th .
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n : Birthday Oct. 19 emendous'Savlngs ;;
!f.:':, A total of 78 Senior Citizens, ages 60 %
:' "to 90 years old enjoyed "Senior Beth Francis celebrated her 14th
1 Citizens Day' at Pine Level Baptist birthday Friday night when her
V> Church last Sunday Oct. 21. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fran- JOHN BROWN
fa Upon arrival, the ladies were cis and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,
!u.l presented wiih beautiful porn porn Robert Milner Jr gave a party for
"rvi',.c' corsages boutonnieres., and the men received her Street.at the home of the latter on E,Call MOBILE HOME CENTER 9

< )I' Activities included services honor The party was held in the carport
ing Senior Citizens with special music which was decorated with blue and Hwy 21 Keystone Heights Fla.
provited by "Sister Gillantine" from white streamers and blue Ughts. The
Pensacola and a Senior Citizens refreshment table was covered with a
quartet composed of members of the doBd white checked cloth and 473-3775
adult Sunday school class. Minister of .-centered with a kerosene lamp. i
!Music. Don Hallgren and wife>also frhftZO' oung guests enjoyed dana Ata94' f 1" '...
sang a special song appropriately entitled ing and refreshments during the
"Yesterday". evening.Mrs. FIRST OIL CRISIS HAS FAMILIAR RING
Following the morning worship service Lucile Godwin assisted in ser-
a buffet luncheon was served in ving. The time: 1850.The problem: a whale-oil crisis. Whale-oit
the church fellowship hall. After for lamps and sperm-oil for candles was in short supply

lunch u short program was presented because of the decline In whaling. The price of spermoilwas I
:i which included a puppet show by soaring. i
y.! :Minister of education, John Volkotts The U.S.
z I. and wife Susan, and special music by Card of ThanksThe Departmentof 1
1 :o, the Raymond Moody Family. rr' Agriculture reported,
Plans are being made for a monthly Li44i.1 __ "As a consequence the
activity to be sponsored by the family of Vivian Griffis :: 'i. :Ir United States. .is
-i ,church and will be announced later. McMillan thanks each and every ,, '1 becoming dangerously
v i Anyone tiO years old or older who Is interested friend and relative for their love I
and acts of kindness dependent on foreign
In such an activity is asked to prayers many
a.I'
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z *, contact the church. during the loss of our loved one. All sources.
meant more than words can say. God Sound familiar?
ei4
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1.. bless one and'all. Then, as now, politicians called for tax incentives
There Is a destiny that 'makes us
,,.nMr.. and Mrs. W.E. Tilley gave a brothers; None goes his way alone. and governmental programming. Fortunately however;
family birthday luncheon Sunday for All that we bring Into the lives of 129 years ago cooler heads prevailed and America used
dr their daughter, Mrs.Steve Hardaman,, others? Comes back into our own. Its technology and resources to resolve the crisis. .
{bi'? of Gainesville. Attending were Mr. Evelyn and Marcus Griffis A'4.' .
I Hardaman and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ray Griffis,Rhonda Swingleand L4t11
v V: : Tilley of Jacksonville. Teresa Brown FLORIDIANS COULD FACE ENERGY '

,. ECONOMIC STINGIf
t
...., St Edwards Church Halt Florida's electric utility industry must reduce Its oil consumption -.
To 50% by 1990-as proposed by the Administration

yn.tlu.; BINGO -then a heavy economic penalty will be borne
/ : by Floridians out of proportion to that of the rest of the
-11'Sill' Every Saturday 8:00: P.M EfY .nation.

411 N. Temple Ave. Stark.. Fla. Presently, Florida utilities produce 65%of your electric

needs with oil and natural gas. Gas must be replaced by
... ,
q.; ., 4 1990, according to existing law.
rr.I Replacing oil usage 50% by converting to coal or

gym ,, converting to nuclear would require an expenditure
51 approaching $20 billion! Other options such as liquefied
t"I
REGISTER OIL & GAS or gasified coal solar power, etc., simply aren't availableto

"Ie': fuel our electrical needs in the time frame to 1990.
-1', S 964.5888t And if the utilities can't convert? It's"Catch-22" time

What does again. There is a penalty payment on oil usage starting
308 S. Thompson Starke a at$12.50 per barrel ((1979 dollars)which could be $25.00per

0. Chicago food executive know barrel in 1990 (allowing for Inflation).That would be a
1'1I' ,
$1.3 billion per year penalty beginning In 1990.,

::.-:': Martin Unvented Gas Heaters about retirement homes? Why should Florida consumers be singled out for i.. ..".'
I.:blo lr such a painful economic burden?Let your elected officials 1'
: FR'oM 15,000 To 40,000 BTU know how feel
ft.lt Jf you're Andy Current, a lot! down d street. whenever I want to"., you t
r "My wife and I traveled all over visit my stockbroker or my banker f .
Florida before we decided that guess the thing we like most about 'J [GOVERNMENT PAPERWORK IS FOREVER...
Jacksonville Regency House had Regency House,though.Is that It Is a The KIng. in Lewis Carroll's unforgettable
Also Perfection _dr "Lre_ everything we wanted in a retirement continuing care facility. If one of us "Through the Looking Glass" once
home The downtown location Is should get sick,we don't have to face,. shouted: about the horror of some-

Dill Gas ,, It t l'',i ; ,r especially. .appealing'. to us;I can walk separation.has It all!l" For us.Regency House S thing that he. would "never, never -_
forget! =_
"YOu will, though," the Queen l=-=-
Vented Heaters JACKSONVILLE REGENCY HOUSE said "if you don't make a !::.-
33 W Adams SL Jacksonville Fl 32202 ((904))358.1532 .4JafJ.
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Find out what Andy Current already know! IS THERE SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN?
I We'd like to end you tome practical Information on I The Electric Power Research Institute reports that momthan
'I'nMARTlN I : Jackwmvllla Regency House,..A beautiful eonttnulnucai caN I 1500 residential and commercial lar'appllcationSare
1 "" IiVIUSTfilEt3" ii'i retirement community operated by the PmbyterUn Horn**
I of the Synod of Florida.Secure,convenient,a lowly ;I I now being tested throughout the country by electric
CASH AND CARRY BOTTLE FILLING to live with on-premlse personal;: care anti complete r.3 utilities at a total cost of$l -$20 million. And the Institute

I c.c :t......."".f, '. I Itself will fund an additional $24 million in solar research

i #Oft.' HOME DELIVERY ON- KEROSENE, FUEL OIL L P OAS I ''PluM send us this information' : '/ S' ; I ?over,the next five years! ... 'oI .
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Glenda Terrell' and Cecil StarlingTo Wed Nov.,9i DKG, Alpha I.; j, ''';;:fHalloweerrDanco For Teenagers Saturday \


Ray Stariteg oI Gnfeam and Reba The. wedding win take place: Nova :' Holds & AtStarke Golf and CCA ".. l

drew of 9Urk anncMnre the approaching at 7.30 p.m. at ttte Beftan. HH nay Nu DaMe,tj ,:
Alpha chapter *ppa
marriage coo Ukir Baptist Church. Gamma held a workshop'Tuesday, Halloween dance fer teenagers Comet. toMume.. \\L'':
Cecil All friends and relatives are Invited }:
Skoda TerreS. call for <
daughter Nonmembers $2. Please .
to attend.Here Oct. 16. at T p.m. In the Lake Butler will be Wd at the jtafk, Golf and + :; i
reservations by Oct.25.1164- 867.
Elementary School.After Country Club on _tntcI r. Oct. 27
;
.. dessert which was served by from > to 11 p.m. for age 1J'OUPtI7th Refreshments and chaperones are ..>...>..,.. I
needed. !
111 the Lake Butler members, a grade and up.
workshop session was held. The ,,
various committees met In groups

after which the chairman of each Kelli Jo Dyal Celebrates 12th Birthday Saturday r rI
committee gave a report concerning I
showtoget activities for the year "79-'BO. ,,, p 4 it ss ri.
President Martha Rlherd presided Kellt Jo Dyal celebrated her 12th friends a party. The party room was tti
some completely over the business meeting After a birthday Saturday. Oct. 20, with a decorated in the Halloween theme. i.
discussion of old and new business, skating party in Lake Butler. '
'girls
the meeting wu adjourned.The The girls returned to KelH's home The enjoyed games and
honest ad ice next meeting will be held In where her parents. Mr. and Mrs. refreshments and ended with a Gloria Ann Williams
Starke Monday, Nov. 19,at 5 p.m. Charles Schmitt gave her and her slumber party.

about Gloria Ann Williams
you money.

Eastern Star Supper William Ryles, Jr.
I
IDS representativescan management and In. iBIRTis
afford to be obv..tments.. They can WESTSIDEMOBILE October 27 To Wed Nov. 16
t jective about which do a lot. And they're

I financial services very good at what Starke chapter, #224. Order of the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson Jr.. Gloria Ann Williams, daughter of
they recommend for they do. Try your IDS Plenty Of Gas! !!I. Eastern Star,will ha ve a covered dish of Lake Geneva Estates announce the Louise DeSue and Willie Mark
you..simply because representative. supper.Saturday,Oct.27,at?p.m. In birth of a son Byron Andrews, born Williams of Starke, and William
they offer so many of Call: Roger A.Chilson the Masonic HaU. Oct. 21 In Alachua General pllai. Ryles, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs;
them. Your 92.9 All Masons and their families are Grandparents are Cecelia: Ter- William Ryles Sr., of Gainesville\ ,
repr..en11..2.10..21.. Reg. invited to attend. willegar of Starke. Mr and Mrs. will be united In marriage Friday,
tative will!' put M lro ,Flo.33666Phon Clyde B. Terwillegar and Mr. and Nov. 18, at 0 p.m. In J. Wayne Reitz
together a balanced *(Office)378-1773 99.9 Unleaded Mrs Herbert A. Nelson, Sr. of Union on the UF campus with a reception

financial plan that __-(Horn.c----: )473-1617 .1'1..1....... ....... DUPLICATE BRIDGE Keystone Heights. immediately following. "
can with. __ CLUB RESULTSMrs. Great grandparents are Mr. and Miss Williams Is a 1972 graduate of
grow IBRANDS
you Which Is not o1wa.ar.w.-'a ALL F.J. Shaw and Mrs. S.W. Mrs J.IL Truluck of Sanford and Mr. Bradford High School and Is presentlya
surpris Hamilton were the winning couple at and Mrs Leo Champion of Starke. LPN at Alachua General Hospital.

ing. Because ever MkmwMlb. ,Mhumow .....CIGARETTES..................$5TSCTN.......... Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night at Mr. Ryles is a graduate of Lincoln
since 1894. IDS has Investors Dlv..lfledbeen the Holiday Inn. Mrs. John Griffin High School,Gainesville and is a com
helping people Services' IDS Life l"8Pk. ">" and Mrs.W.H.Thomson were second, -f-..- puter operator at the University of
Insurance Company Pepsi Krish Son!and Dolly Kunig were third Florida.All '
manage money.Representatives .................-.p. ICE 65 and Mr and Mrs.Gerald Moran were friends and relatives are invitedto
Beg fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Norman of attend.

are thoroughly train. ............................... .- Starke announce the birth of a
ed In both personal) daughter, Vanessa Ann born Oct. 14 .
and business In Alachua General Hospital Grand
money 9.5 Six Days A Week Mr. and Mrs. AI Mercer and parents are Mr and Mrs E.L. Nor Mrs. Arlin McKnight returned
750 W. Madison St. children of Howey-ln-the-Hills were man of Starke and Mr and I\In.1\I.1\I. Wednesday of last week from three
Saturday visitors of Mrs. Ida Lee Jordan of l..owley. Great grand weeks visit with relatives and friendsin
Starke Fla. Plummer and Mr. and Mrs. M.F. parents are Mr and !Mrs. Loon Nor Columbia Sumter. :Manning and
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2nd Annual Dream Girl Pageant SetThe j,1


//from Pate; 2. second annual Dream Girt Contestants wiQ be judged on beauty r
Mrs Walter O. Arnold of Jackson- ;&l1J.J . 'Mr. and Mrs RJR. Chum visited Beauty Pageant is set Saturday,Dec. potoe,and personality.Mereoted d
f ear son-in-law and Mr. should contact
villa was weekend gaovW her uncle daughter 1. In the National Guard Armory on persona ,
and aunt Mr. and ... Gilbert Ad Mrs Herb Johnson in Edwards! Road la Starke. Debra Norman, RCO. Box 111 F4, ;
Coldwir Mr. and ..... FAd HueD of Tallahassee over the weekend. Entries are now bring accepted Starke, FL _I, phone M+Mtt; >I
Gainesville were Sunday afternoon from area contestants: who wish to Margaret Ana Bennett, phone
Mr*. Charles Hardy visited nor visitors of Mr. and Mrs M.F. Haun. )lr and Mrs.Roy demons and Mr. take pert In the Dec. 1 contest which M44XM after I p.m. or Joan Carter : '
mother, Mn. G.E. McCauley in and Mrs. Wade Ganklna attended the will have five divisions: Tiny Dream phone 99481eberafter S p.m.78377.
Palatka last Wednesday and Thursday Mr,and M....J.G. Holton spent last Seafood Festival In Cedar Keys over Boy and Tiny Dream Girl for youths
week in Gatllnburg Tenn. and the the weekend .ged M, Little Miss Dream Girl for .- .
Smoky Mountains girls aged 7-10 a Junior Miss Dream Joseph N. Fennell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lucy Parnell of Lake Butler ,Mr. and Mrs Marion Harrington for girls aged 11-15. and Miss Mrs. Norris FenneU of Rt 1, Glen St. \
........ and family of Ormond Beach, IiafieSeymour
was visiting her aunt Mn. W.F. Shot Our Dream Girl Division for young Mary has been promoted to rank of '
'Herlong to Mn. tar litre VakwIIIIAI of Ocala and Douglas women aged 16-Sl. Air '
cWilliam Sunday Wednesday. : Airman first cuss In the US i iForee.
Herlong's son F.V. Herlong was Sunday DIllS SHOP \Seymour of Jacksonville were Sunday Deadline to enter Is Nov M. Airman Fennell a security
afternooo visitor. Bradford tqu." guests of Mr.and Mrs J.D.Seymour. Winners In each division will specialist with a unit of strategic airman

i, is; StwfceMr. c''j' ., 1kq Our*...Reck receive a crown, banner, flowers secorsirunnersup command at Elsworth AFB in
inn Lr1.h.V.lw trophy and 115 cash. First and Rapid City,S.C. He Is a 1971 graduateof
All and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. tlllAY buss HOP will receive trophies. Bradford High School

'r,,',''' '' ,W '"'," .".. .....''"'. ... ..,,' '...Htlystecl& and Mn.Bob Ferguson and family attended .. Br......Squat
l. -Slv4., the National News Association i j' .
\ K.y.-- and Florida Press Association fall: Strti Save Fuel This Winter .
T. ReedersTo 111.00ur convention at Orlando Hyatt House in .
Kloslmmee last Friday to Sunday. .. Mr.and Mrs.J.T.Carver and randy j
Celebrate The National Guard Warrant Officers toured the Smoky Mountains over C
had a cookout Saturday night at Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Gahagan of the weekend pLJoS11 ;
25th Camp Bonding with approximately Bluffton, S.C. were Thursday to Sunday Iaai fLEXI8L..-p-. t
Anniversary eight officers and their families attending visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J.IL Mc- Mrs. J.W. Kincald and Mn. R.P. oL.E iR
Clane. McLendon spent Thursday to Tues Intl .L "nr/ 1
4(;Mr. and Mn. William T.Reeder of itviSAU day in Tampa visiting their slsten.Mn. ; CRyswonuic' ry"'o5' .vout.. ,1 11f0M4
1029 Southgate Dr.. Starke. will Mn. Lenwood Bobo entertained the Kincald was with Mrs C.C.
observe their silver wedding anniversary Friends of Art at her home in the .f Hoppe and Mn. McLendon was with Wh.sdOwd, bOO4h
on Saturday married,Oct. 27.i in. Country Club Estates last Thursday Ter H.y.f.drI.wrncs Stud. Mn. Nell McDonell and tau P04Cl. I: ..u-UNUJI jJj
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Hope Baptist Church to Observe Homecoming Starke ElementarySchool AUTO .


Hope Baptist Church, located 7 traveled the longest distance to News KNOW
miles south of SUrke on Highway 100 homecoming and of the member who :, ,
at Theressa, will observe ita annual has been a member the longest By. I "
homecoming Sunday Oct. 28. number of years. DON'T FORGET?! Our Halloween Gene Ross
Services will begin with Sunday Dinner on the grounds will be enjoyed carnival will be held this Saturday,
School at 10 a.m., followed by morning after the morning worship service Oct. 27 from s 8:30: p.m. Tickets are
worship at 11 a.m. with an abundance of good food on sale today and tomorrow at our Q. On a rough stretch
Interim Pastor Pat Murphy will br and good fellowship. school. Booth tickets are selling for of road like a railroad

ing the morning message. Special Rounding out the Homecoming ..1,',,, ; 1M each or 7 for$1.00.They will be on crossing, my car
music will be provided by the choir celebration a Gospel Sing, featuringThe ale at the carnival for 20* each. bounces so badly and
and by the Minister of Music. Frank "Scriptures' Quartet from Please come out and support usl!
Nazworth, backed up by Mrs. Ruth Palatka. Florida, will begin at 7:30: Dr. Clint Van Nagel a University of, tbiounlet so much that
Ann Wheeler and Mrs. Debbl Leino that evening. h North Fla. professor and It sometimes Is difficult

and accompanied by Miss Stephanie Interim Pastor Pat Murphy and the .. ... .,.,...,.. ...>....,.. .. .. ...., psychologist, was the consultant in a to keep control, even at
Wheeler. membership extend a cordial Invitation ---'- '- -- nine hour workshop held for Bradford arel.Uve.y.low speed.

Special recognitions will be made of to everyone to come out and en- Th>Scriptures Quartet from Palatka will sing Sunday Oct.18,it 7:30 p.m.at County teachers on Oct. UI, 18 and 23. What could cause this?
the member, or past member who Joy this special day with them. coming services of Hope BaptlHt Church at Theresa Those attending from Starke Elementary I keep the tires correctly

were Elaine Griffls, Marilyn and evenly I...
Vallenga, Philomena Adkinson, Joy
I Methodist Youth Fellowship Tetstone, Mae Jenkins, Fatha DeSue Hated at aU times.A. .
National Ladles Day and Maurice White; Southside
Menu for the week of Oct. Elementary. Mildred Harper and Your trouble probably Is
UNICEF Collection: The United Williams Mrs. Linda Smith and Mrs. 29-Nov. 2 for all Bradford Beulah Lennon Vo-Tech Sherill weak shock absorbers.
Methodist Youth will be collecting for Eaves. the To Be ObservedBy ; Bounce the
Carolyn Following supperall car heavily at
Austin and Bradford Middle E M.
and Middle -
the United Nations International three groups had a Bible study ses s County Elementary Powell.In each corner by pushing up
Children's Relief Fund, on Monday.Oct. Schools. and down on the bumper un
29. The youth will meet at the sion.The junior youth group enjoyed an Church of God Joy Tetstone's second grade til the car Is rocking. Your
church at 7 to pick their collection afternoon of last salad room, most improved students are car should coma Immediately
p.m. up skating Sunday Monday Oct. 29: Pizza, toss Truen Blye and J.J. Burch.
the level
kits. afternoon. Mrs. Phyllis Folsom and French fries, peaches, milk. to position and atop
All monies collected will towardthe The Starke Church of God will bouncing when you stop
go Mrs. Jackie Johns took the group in Tuesday Oct. 30 Chicken Tetraz- of
The Ed. students If the
care of needy children all the church to the Palace observe National Ladies Auxiliary Exceptional pushing. car continues
over the van Skating zini, garden salad, buttered green bounce
Starke Elem. visited the following to through two
or
world. in Gainesville. Everyone had a day Sunday Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. peas, applesauce cake hot rolls, places in connection with the Community three up-and-down strokes
Halloween Party: AH three youth wonderful time.
will milk. Unit The Fire Station after you have released the
The ladies be In charge of the Helpers :
invited to attend hallo- The intermediate MYF held
groups are a Wednesday. Oct./31: Chill, saltine Police Hall and bumper,the shock is weak. If
service. There will be City Dept., City
ween party and hay ride to be held retreat Wednesday evening of last entire morning crackers, toss salad, pineapple, cinnamon Vo-Tech's Horticulture and Cooking you must replace one shock
Sunday evening.. Oct. 28. The week at special singing by the ladies choir and
party Camp Neyati on Kingsley rolls, milk School. Special thanks to: Mrs. absorber at either the frontor
will be from 6 p.m.until 9:30 p.m. and Lake from 5 to 9 p.m. and then went to special lady speakers.The Thursday .Nov. tt Fish portion, Westcott Mrs. Dutch, rear end be sure to replace -
Morgan
will be held at the home of Mr. and McDonald's for hamburgers.While at cheese grits, cabbage slaw fruit cup, ; both at that and.
fireman of S.F.D. and the City Police
Davie
Rev. I.D. Smith of Fla.
Mrs. Glen Polk. Everyone is to bring the camp they made Mexican candles biscuit milk.
their own food and the drinks will be with will be the evening speaker at 7 p.m. Dept.
a cross design. Friday Nov. 2: Bar-B-Q beef on
Future field for in and around
The is invited to attend trips Automotive
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public Parts
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For all the
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Starke that
this service at 422 N. St. are being planned so
special
three youth enjoyed a MYF Christmas
groups youth are selling pineapple cake, milk students knowledge about
delicious lasagna supper last Sunday candles and bells. Clair Street. may gain Starke
evening at the church. The supper Don Denton Rev.M.E.Drake,pastor community Jobs ,
was prepared by Mrs. Sharon Youth Director ,



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Altar Society President, Mrs. Carol Ashline, :::: the 1980 .

Host Deanery Meeting Deanery Community Affairs Chair- I .,
On Thursday, Oct. 18, the St. Ed. man, Mrs. Betty Dazinskl, Mrs. Mary 5 CUTLASS
ward's Altar Society hosted the fall Gissy,Mrs. Kathy Pernini,Mrs.Anne -
meeting of the Gainesville Deanery, Samons, Miss Donna Samons, Mrs. ENTER OUR
St. Augustine Diocesan Council of Antoinette Stefanelli. Mrs. Gladys 1980 OLDS DRAWINGS WON '1'
Catholic Women,at the Western Steer Weldon and Mrs. Dolores Meng. Mrs.
Steak House in Starke. Dot Sarnowski of Elkton attended as a -' YOU COULD WIN THE NEXT CAR
Mrs. Mariana Cerda of Gainesville, guest of Mrs. Dazlnski.Pinegrove ,
president, presided at the meeting.Mrs. HERE'S HOW
Claire Brunetti, Altar Society
ad- Whether not win.aaah prta In Monday night.
our
President, gave the welcoming you GALLI
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Methodist. Pro.I'oolb..mo. all your football gam*tl. a NEXT DRAWING WILL BE IN
dress. ME'fI ollgiblo lor tha Cull...Suprama drawing. Wrrta your JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Following the business meeting, BRAND namo.addra.. and phono numbar an ovary game ttekot NOV. 1. 1970.
Mass was concelebrated at St. Ed- 1960 CUT L"SS'S you colloct al Pantry Prldo during, each week,return them AT. OUR PANT'Y; PItIDE STORELOCATED 1980 OLDSMOBILE
Hold MOn LUC;1l'l to Pantry Pride and dapearl Ih.m In th. SWCEPSTAKiSboi AT 7830
host
ward's Catholic Church by the to Gospel Sing tHE .
\2 10 at Ih..t.' office. AH ticket depoarlod that week
pastor, Reverend Father Martin GWE.. ,'fI"U"" DRAWIN Os. .will be gathered In a central opet and ONS.ticket wW be WEST NORMANDY .......... WINNER
Jung, Reverend Father Flannan 'fI'LL"ME". Of 0 drawn. The poraon named on that ticket drawn will win a BLVD
198O Old. Cutlaaa Supremo Coup.. A new drawing wHfbe
Walsh, Deanery Moderator, from Pinegrove Congregational held every week for 17 w...... AT 10 A.M.
Gainesville, Reverend Father John Methodist Church will have a gospel __ ---------S---- _
C Dux from High Springs, and sing Sat. Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Reverend Father Anthony Sebra Featured guest will be the Kingdom T
. from Chiefland. Heirs. The church is located 2 miles .
Dr. Phillip Callahan of Gainesville north of Florida State Prison on Road IP '" i. ,
.: was introduced as the guest speaker C-199at Raiford.Refreshments. .
following lunch. His address entitled will be served. DELICIOUS
"The Virgin and the Magpie" was accompanied Gospel sings are held each 4th M IM Ml MUNtll "
) by movie slides. He told of Saturday night. Everyone Is invited to a e .e Florida Citrus Punch 69(5(\ ,
I" his travels through China, India, .attend. APPLES IMI' I lit itNMimcsr,

I France,Spain, Syria, Vienna Ireland Fresh, Aniou Pears I. I ".Of t,,.4.9",\..
arua'iAiexicQ.Xwhere. he visited shrines J"fo/II\\u
of tftetfilesied; Virgin Mary 2:33: : ''r.j ServicemenPvt. Country Stand Mushrooms. ...,5f 49..
Among those attending the meetingwere .Craig P. PBS unGl supj'IfsB ply suPCOU$l! IMI .m III Mil|MUM "
) women from Macclenny, Bryan Golden Ripe Bananas. L123\-
Is OSUT Grad at
Gainesville High Springs, Williston, Bennlng MX IKLoose
Lake City, Live Oak and Chiefland. 3 Q 2 Yellow Onions u12"
Pvt. Craig P, Bryan son of Mrs. 6 .9 5 C
Special guests were Mrs. Betty 5 tm m wiitT muniFresh
Imogene Locke, Starke, recently LB 1 LB .49\-
the McGill St. of Augustine Jacksonville DCCW, President, Mrs. Ida of completed One Station Unit Training B AG LBS BAGS Slaw or Salad iUXtttll \
(OSUT) at Fort Benning, Ga. II
Dudzik, North Jacksonville Deanery OSUT is a 12-week period which SAVE 20d SAVE 25C SAYE 15d U.S. No. 1 Chef Size Potatoes t IUIK 9C\
President, and Mrs. Phillip Callahanof combines basic combat training and U"IIIIOIIIIaul
Gainesville. advanced individual training. Sun Maid Miniature Raisins 97"\
Attending from St. Edward'sParish

were Mrs. Clarie Brunetti, Bryan's father, Ralph P. Bryan, rSuP$SCfJII"tNEW CROP Surfil'r P"tt FRESH GREEN urfilseou"tf TENDER A I ALL PURPOSEFLORIDA
Mrs. Antoinette Coss. Deanery Vice lives in Starke $

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7:00: p.m.-J.V FOOTBALL J.V. Tornadoes face Palatka at home.
7:00: p.m.-VOLLEYBALL-Volleyballers play against Palatka in Palatka. DEL MONTE BETTY CROCKER

ANTR ( PRIDE CAKE MIMESASSORTED'
FRIDAY,OCT.26 PANTRY
8:00: m.-3:30: p.m. FOOTBALL TICKETS on sale in the Finance Office CATSUP ED FLAVORS
for tonight's game. # PRIDE tt ,pc FLA SAVE 20 c 18.5.,
8:00: p.m. VARSITY FOOTBALL The TORNADOES face Buchholz at & f'/fftC1320& 79'e {.' 'h sox 69V
SAVE toe BTL''
home. TEA BAGS COFFEE

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HAT DAY-All Day During School MONDAY.All OCT.participants 29 must register with the av $'" 99

Student Homecoming Council football and pay game 25.3 winners will receive free tickets to the PUNCH c too'129 I La Z a 13oza JIL '

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3:00:( ) p.m. Parade Entrance Fees must be paid to the Student Council by cox rly, e
this time.Students. SAVE god ._ 'SAVE god

riding in or working on floats must have their Parental Per-
mission Form signed and turned in.to the Office of Student Affairs by DETERGENT
this time. Best RugsinciwerksI Best Buys Groceries/

3:00: p.m. 5:00: p.m. .' IM m wlca.IN mi m 11 4
6:00: p.m. 9:00: p.m. B.H.S. students who have turned in permission ve tprce/ Ramen Pride Noodles 51/ 1 Betty Crocker Pie Crust Mix ZUH / I fascoW'
forms may work on the floats at the Fairgrounds. Parents are .
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welcome. Muellers Elbow Macaroni Z/'l/ 1 Libby's Cut Beets 3/M 1
5:00: p.m. Students involved with the taping of the 9th grade skit should vat ..aw DO

meet to tape their skit at the Administration Building. 84oz Pantry Pride Spaghetti! Sauce 99"\ Realemon Juice 69".\ 'y"nn na
6:00: p.m. loth graders involved with skit taping should meet at the Administration BOX J99 .......a :
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7:00 p.m. llth grade Building skit to taping.tape their skit. Hefty Trash Bag Liners s 159 Hershey Candy Bars /*

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8-00: ) p.m.12th grade skit taping. 59.t 1 .
Pantry Pride Corn Flakes Pride Hot Cocoa Mix

Tl'ESDOCT..30
DHKSS-l DAY All Day During School Students should wear their
"Sunday Best" to school.The Best Dressed male and female will each Best Buys in Groceries/ PEPSI or 7-UP KLEENEXBest 8uysinB.rkeryl

receive a free ticket to the' Homecoming Game. '. PLUS DEPOSIT TOWELS Wn ar NyrNN
r 3:00: p.m. 5:00: p.m. IM' m iw rot nnon t. Derst Pound Cake 891\
f 6:00: p.m. 9.00: p.m. Float Preparation Pantry Pride Sodas 69Cwrt .;'''4 BTLS.32ez 99"Q";. SAYtIOe 7"ppKV' GIANT 581 e...,m i ria Mum' me m I MM* "
Ht"*w IM 19 ytN" 101ft ,,, ROLL Hot DOlor Hamburger'Rolls,, 27979li"
f. WEDNESDAY OCT.31 $1.12'i 1 '
June Boy Kosher Dills u..1If"aarw.akw
I.. IIALl.OVtI.EEN COSTUME DAY. All Day During School Participants Favorits Donuts' \%
I.t must pay a 2S< fee. Three Best Costume winners will each receive a Faultless Spray Starch / Best Buys in Groceries!. Best "BuysinGroceriesContadina / .wi, mi no

I s free ticket to the Homecoming Game. MM" ,mm cawi nunn ...., Pantry Pride Honey Buns 79i79i(
6:30: p.m. Dress Rehearsal for Tornado. Whirl.'Participants only' should Kleenex Facial Tissue 31/ 1 '_ /Mmtr ru nn Toilet Tissue aoe an? Tomato Sauce 39CcTaJ PANTRY PRIDE KINU Wit. ,
attend. ,- ? Soft N' Pretty "
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6:00: p.m. 9:00: .p.m. :Float Preparation "'" *.. Swift Vienna i Sausage .... lit....111 Monogram Riceuvf 79\-

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Ft. ". person wearing the wildest socks will receive a free ticket to the ,. / Wylers hntr'. ?'
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Biggest Pep Rally!f I 111At I the football stadium, Admission 25*. "
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FRIDAY NOV.* MUSSILMAMS> oR KIDDMALLOWS '

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by Dolores Meng Anniversary Trip joined In the celebration.Mr. and receiving certificates were Deb-
phone...IIIISCOIIcntulatkml1 Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester! Smith have and Mn. llarold Crawford and bio Bigham Lucy Hodge, Csrolyn
returned home following an enjoyable and friends enjoyed the occasion with They visited Claire's parents, Mr. son, Kenny, spent the weekend in Joyner Roger: and Arlene Rk*. Barbara
trip which Included Disney Vrorld. hLm. find l Mrs. Harold Wragg and her North Carolina, South Carolina and Hinsoo. JoAnn PoaUtioe, Barbara
Mtas Wendi Lloyd and William Sea World and Silver Springs. They dater, Mrs Norma Kleer. also in St. Georgia. They aearched for rock and Pearsall and Margaret
Byrd were married Friday evening, also visited Mr.and Mrs.Leslie Grant Out Pattest Treatment Pete. enjoyed the lovely scenery, colorful Wadswortb.
Oct 19. at the home of her parents, in South Florida before concluding Mrs.Jessie Mae WNtfteld Is receiving Enroute home on Saturday they with autumn leaves and foliage Kenny
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott. the four day celebration of their 37th dally treatment at Shands toured the campus of St. Leo's Abbey celebrated his 12th birthday on CEDCorUrtcates
Among out of town guests attending wedding anniversary,which occurred Teaching Hospital in Gainesville We and shopped at the book store there. OctW. Miss Claudette Peterson was happy
the wedding were Mrs. Lily/ Chester on Oct 11. pray she is well again soon. Mr. and Mrs. William Schaub of, Kevin Meng celebrated hi*22nd birthday When her students, Mrs. Judy Alderman
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chesser and Mr. Jose Morara returned home Crescent City attended the Senior on Oct. 23.Halloween. and Mrs. Donna Marie
family of High Springs Mr and Mrs. Happy Birthday Monday following six days Citizens Meeting on Friday and Youngblood. recently completed their
Bobby Chesser and family of Among those celebrating October hospltalizatlon at Bradford County visited her sister, Mn. Josephine Carnival courses and successfully passed their
Alachua, Mr. and Mrs Alvin Carlisle birthdays are Lynn Hall on Oct. 18, Hospital. Fontaine, and great nelce, Miss The Hampton PTA Halloween Carnival exams, entitling them to a High
and family of Fort White, Mr. and Dawn Manning on Oct. it, Donnie JoAnn Fontaine.Mr. planned for SaturdryOct 27. School diploma.
Mrs. Carl Byrd, Darlene and Joe Brown on Oct. 20, Shannon Hughes Travelers and Mrs. Topsy Brown,Reggie! promises to be exciting and filled with
Byrd. and Mr. and Mn. Kenneth who was 6 on Oct. 20, Stella Brown on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peeples and and Robyn, and !Mr. and Mrs. Ricky fun. Children are looking forward to Kindergarten Trip
Grider of Starke, Champ and Alan Oct. 22, and Wayne Kerschner who children Tammy, Donna and Fred. Brown of Jacksonville enjoyed Six hay rides cake walks, fish and duck Mrs. Noelle SUiI;'a Kindergarteners
Chesser of High Springs, and Mn. turned 6 on Oct 21. Stephanie Redding Jr., and Mn. Esta: Peeples have Flags Over Georgia and other attractions costume contests and Iota of enjoyed a Held trip last Thursday to
Jeannette Krieger of Lake Alto. was 12 years old on Oct. 23. returned home after nearly three over the weekend. good eating. the Ayers Egg Farm near Brooker.
The young couple is making their Chuck Hodge celebrated his birthday weeks camping and sightseeing in the Chicken dinners will be sold from Children enjoyed seeing so many
home In Starke following a wedding on Oct 21 with a turkey dinner with western states. Halloween Party noon until S o'clock. each given an
trip to Tampa. all..the_ trimmings.. FamUy members. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Friday evening 19 members and Prizes will be awarded and egg to take home. They also
---- ------ Peeples and family In Gillette WyomIng friends of the Hampton 4-.. Club en everyone should have a good time. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cooper's farm,
DWIGHT SLA TER'SFAA' as well as Devil's Tower in joyed a Halloween Party at the grandparents of their classmate
Wyoming. They were fascinated by Harold Waters home. Besides a CPU Classes Scott Branham.They rode ponies!,teehogs
ML Rushmore In South Dakota. The weiner roast and drinks, all ap Mrs. Mindy McLean, Mlis and ducks, and watched. cows
leaves and foliage were colorful and preciated the cake brought by Ronnie Claudette Peterson and Mrs. Kathy ana calves in the pasture.
& SO If beautiful all along the way. < and Johnny Bryan which was designed Ledbetter are to be thanked for takingthe Accompanying the children on the
U.S.3)1( S. During the trip Fred and Mary Lou with 4-H colon and symbols. time to teach First Aid and Car- trip were Mrs. Inger Campen. Mrs.
7AM.12P.M.. A Walnut St. celebrated their 11th Wedding Anniversary dlopulmonary Resuscitation last Padgett.. Mrs. McClellan and Mn.LIncfi1 .
which occurred on Hampton Lake News week. Those completing the course ...her.
September 21 Congratulations I
HOTOR OIL RC or MEal Clarence W. Bucky)Melton visited Happy Birthday

*1" OR PEPSI his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence Alicia Baker daughter of Mr. and
3 Melton Sr.. over the weekend. He Mrs. Jeffery Baker, was honored Southside Eleme ntaryScltoolNewa
Ota. 16OZ. $, it Tax returned to his U.S. Army Base at Ft Saturday, Oct. 20, with a party in
Plus Tax Dep. Stewart Georgia,on Sunday. celebration of her first birthday. The October 17 Saturday from S-f class officers Tommy Hardenbrook.
Mrs.Michael Brunetti and son.Clifford party was held at the home of her pm.--H.Ileweea Carnival at Waylon Townsend Lynda Wilson,and
Borden's AIL BRANDS IIER traveled to St. Petersburg on great grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. SouthiUe Elementary School. There Jimmy Jordan have been meeting
Thursday where Mrs. Brunetti attended Alfonso Taibl, in Graham. She had a will! be games, participation sports, with their classmates to plan a Super
189 Case a Workshop for Teachers of decorated cake besides the one her' things to buy, good food served hot, Spooky Haunted House for the Halloween /
MILl Qal. ..100 Journalism and Mass Media on Fri grandmother Mn. Anna Clayton, hot freshly popped popcorn and the Carnival on Oct 27. Plan to see
pverCoet day at the Bay ,Front Concourse made for the occasion. Other grand popular cake walk and, haunted Ill!
Hotel. parents, aunts, uncles and cousins house. Buy a raffle ticket from a The Southslde PTA has purchased a
fourth or fifth grade student now or at commercial-type popcorn machine
the carnival up until 8 p.m. for fifty for the school's use. Many uses are
cents and gain a chance to win either planned and the Immediate will be at
a 10-epeed bicycle or a portable radio the Halloween Carnival l, so look forward
with weather band and TV,sound.You to getting some of the great hot
choose which you want to have a popped popcorn on Saturday, Oct 2T,
IOOO.OO CASH WINNERS PLAYING chnce of winning by the kind of ticket 5.9 p.m.
you buy. See you there!11 t
MONDAY NIGHT October It- Deadline date to send
to school for child's
money your pic
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JOSEPH BRUCE ,n---lJJffO -1: 4Qtl' II- ,r '' tures.Holiday.November 2123Thanksgiving FFA NewsThe

U --' -' home with
LAKE CITY FLA. Report cards were sent
the students on Oct. 16. If your child Bradford FFA Sr. Chapter par
$1OO.OO WINNERS did not bring a card home, you may ticipated in the FFA forestry conteston
S TYSON + call the school for more Information. Thursday, Oct. 18, at Oleno State
JEAN MALOVS. SARSARA ZIMMERMAN JOHN !
< [. SCOTT ARTHUR OKAY STELLA SUNRLSVALENE The next report cards will go home on Park. The following members par
6AYOV PAULINE RIDDLE MARTHA Ml CUS SASS "' .. .. .-- '
Vp "" """' Dec. 3.Ms. ticipated in the contest areas listed
t. .
MRS MOSIMTA WALKER OLLII HAMILTONELCII OEOROEIAUHDS
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.tft CHILCOTT JEF WEREEACH/ JUDY LANOSTOH : IIOWVtMIIU Brenda Stroud who lives In below.
A Wlnning' wr .
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'.ft" ,r, .. e'o',HOWARD OOWOALL OWCN. TOTTS RAV WILLIAMSVCRDIS ::: .:: ,: Lawtey, will be working In Mrs. Pulpwood estimation-Dennis StarlIng
c. Pk".,.S"t DON S .Me HOLLO"'AN CARTHV R.ILL B.LOW SVRO WILMA M LYNCH TIAOARDf t possibilities .10 "'." ,-'+a;;;; .ail.Ydttt Carolyn Taylor-tMrs. Maria Andrew Bryant.
d'S" **> ILLY SCHLE SMAN DAIRD S DANKL RICHARD SOVD SR rI" "> ; ,"" ". Kopelousos' first grade class part of Saw timber estimation Doug Watson
+ CASEY! SECHUM
WAVNS M HALL
JULIA SCHROEOEN DIANA f SMNCENOONALO per week KM day each week for six weeks asher Kevin Elixson. ,
: one
COMPLETE' DETAILS AT YOUR PANTRY PRIDE JOINER __ w ;:;:;:;. field experience requirementsfrom Hand measurement Scot Clark,

.. .. the University of North Florida. Mark Williams.
IT UWMICII 0000 TMU**..OCT:MTHHUmO.OCT at. T OUAMT1TT OMINTO MMWflO. Mrs. Dorothy Leach congratulates Ocular estimation Mike Williams,

these third grade good spellers in her George Loznicka.
1s room: Michele Bronson, Lori Burton, Tree Identification Mark
r C Derek Dean. Misti Gritfis. Stanley Williams.
e s s e Griffis, Margie Hall Christ! Harrell. Mike Williams received a 3rd place
V.S.BA. Clto :Fresh Mky&vfIMWtUltlH / Jason Hicks. Eric Nugent, Amy ribbon for his efforts In ocular estima '
4 Packham, Becky Poore, Yulonda tion.
OOL mw..llt MM HII e Cam Ward Tim Lewis
Tyson, Corey
Center Cut Sirloin Steak to51iMMiiiitiiMamiiinuniMM Cnildress, Karen Larson and Angle .
U

Beef Blade Chuck Roast t1 1#'" I"'fII,, ; ,,, Sharp.News from Mrs: Susan IVfchols''\ second ., 4"11 ,
ii ,
,M IH 1 wt 14 Ufa M..nun m** rr 'tw....'...'".. 1 grade: Daryl Gnann, Stacy Higgfnbotham -
Beef Blade Chuck Steak uflre 5+. and Amy Noegel turnedin f'f'The
I/AW1LLI/140101 urn i.in mum i very good writing papers. Spellers NEWS;
Beef Cubed Chuck Steak u$251 3 TO starting off the second six weeks in a
wlrlulullw. ..**MU1.HIM $188 Z TO good way are Dwayne Allen, Willis
S LBS
Freshly Ground Beef isf$141 I 3 Les u handler Jeremy Gassett, Caryl
IMMIIIWHMIinBMIFresh Le = Gnan, Alphonso Jones, Jennifer local Bradford County 4-"
Pork Steaks uf11e sAVt 50E A Le BAYS tea A is Sheese. Mel Summerlin, and Shawn Livestock Club has been making a
IM w I.....nun-m .l.ml Swain. In order to learn addition and very good showing at the Greater
Western Spare Ribs u98t subtraction facts the students are Jacksonville Fair' this past week.

IM M 1 LLrrtit M Nr true roll IM MI.u m own Mmi.uo MI "" wMuumiwnn OOi4 given a weekly math speed test which Deborah Green had a Grand Champion
Sliced Loin Half f Pork Loin If14e Axelrods Cottage Cheese'' f16Breakfast Link Sausage UoviMMiunt QUARTER SLICED turned up these winners: Dwayne Holstein and also won first placeIn
wt lrlul IIIw1n11 Allen, Dwight Allen Alphonso Jones, the Showmanship and Grooming
tilt U BU miMBM/MMCU.mcll YM M IleR wot rnnm OO<( PORK
Fryer Combination pkj-.'--.u9a4 Borden American Singles $13. Lykes Chicken Bolojna oOWIMMIftUWMMtrM Willis Chandler, Dyana Crawford, category. Her brother, Don Green,
Rusty Eberly, Randy Milton, David had the Reserve Grand Champion
IINwuAr111W1. "" IM HI IU. M PWm MM* faX
Ocean Perch Fillets LI$15'1 Vegetable Oil Spread 88" Lykes Chicken Franks LOIN Elder, Jeremy Gassett, Stacy Higgin- Brown Swiss. Wayne Cribbs had the
.. bot ham, Shawn Swain, Annette Sim Grand Champion Charolals. Doug
,.
tT.IUu,11. "num" IMI JOHN mnt mm vat untm 3 TO 5 LBS
Red Snapper Fillets ''ll$161 1 Pantry Pride .Cooked Salami $1 1 141 .sliced"Imported Hams $1"1 1utW mores and Amy Noegel. Green and Wayne Cribbs were blue
fourth winners with Bruce Howard
From Mrs. Carol Clark's ribbon
IM w t.u M nmi IM -W "M
Pantry r Pride Sour Cream 78(5( Grill Meat Franks $2" ,Pantry Pride Smoked Sausage J2MLand ', $118 grade the good spellers for last week winning a red ribbon. The 4-H
,_.. _nt .s 4 A La are Pam Carter Kim Griffis, Tommy Livestock Club won 4th place Herd
Crexneel Cottage Cheese $121. Fyne Taste Meat Bologna $138 "of Frost Chipped Meats 48(5( 'VE Hardenbrook. Judson Jackson, Eric sman award.
,. ,1 Nazworth, Tarra Roberts, Waylon Our Bradford County 4-" Livestock
KNIEP3 GOURMET LAND'O"011' t FVNI TAf TE I Townsend and Lynda Wilson. The Club Is newly formed and Is making a
VENROA9TORBOIL OMCLIS SKILLET BRAND .OHIILUII SKINLESS I IKm tremendous showing in the North i

CORNED BEEF' :TURKITH'A SLICED STEWING BEEF FRANKS Florida regardless area.of race Anyone, color, may sex or Join national "'I
FRESH PORK m KL.p*f* mI2 the Bradford '
'BREAKFAST origin by calling
1T0"S8 l rnij *
3 To AJO/'. H.$168 ""a Jjyt fi mf County 4-H Extension Office at
$188
;}UI'
IS Lbll. ueaJJJ BU.,5 -BACON 9644280. ext. 224.
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4-H Hone Club NewsTheBradfordCamtyNllone

1 9S.,1ti&98t\11,5 t QUIKMAIDWAFFLES that's fair, d>

concise, Council sponsored its first Fun Day 'i
lAVE 20d A La I"VI aoaA for 4-H members and their families at

accurate, the Roping Club Arena on Sunday t j
that seeks September 23. '
CAT PANTRY PRIDE Games on horseback highlighted
out solutionsto the day followed by barbecued hot-,
,
LITTER PEANUT UTTER el dogs sodas and other picnle trimmings ,
l er P
,y Ev world ]
40oz j
$-119 : !
179 Prizes were awarded for each of the ; '
20 LB BAGSWEOT'N JAR problems; iVe! events. I

'-' 100Z.FROZEN. I0J that gives The tire race was won by Shelley
32oz LOW KRAFT Raley and Claire Winkler look the
BTL SUGAII5UBSlITVII BAR-B-Q SAUCE' you a run-back-run race. Cliff Brunetti cap
ASS-T. FLAVOR? tured the potato race and Mike
sAVe Zoe 18oz 59 SAVE 14tf clearer view Brunetti the egg race and apple duck- >
250'8 179 JAR -
of both'national ing.On
Saturday Oct. 13, fourteen

1u/iltll&.uI9, JJII WEXFORDGOVEK' ST. MARY'S1 I / .1 &yriArr. ," enjoyed members a of four the Starke hour traU 4-H hone ride club and ,

99t D CANDY I I99V BLANKETS 'frofiftfboffffuntiitHlmttn barbecue at Brooker. Special thanks ;
:, othPast.
ABSORTDC411 'RS internal go to Ted Cremer and Norman :
-..-..--. 9 ,1 j" ""tb1 u 7y *! 2OO Pantry' Pride Orange Juice 3MklM 1 oval Phillips of the Container Corporation
Suave Conditioner ,vr FtTS DOUBLfeOK y ... > of America for allowing us to use the j 1
JAR Yn'lw''--- news.
AVI zee TWIN ,99A timber company land and for their efforts
$199 Frozen 'arena Pizza
.
GillettTTrac II Blades :!. and cooperation.A .

wW Ralal.,s rw Tablets.wrl .',h f,,1','II"i .''" 'Pantiy PrldLAT1XG&GVES.! !! HAND! WRAP tfumtamimmFrozen. >t Jenos Pizza '99(5( horsemanship scheduled in clinic November.and horseshow The

.. Y. M MNM 49(5 clinic will be on November 1 to
( b
!!! $11S Pride Whipped Topping
waitt Rain Hair spear 'SMALL. MEDIUM l tee 200 SO. 89"Pantry." prepare for the November 17 Open
OR LAROS 79.'AVE FEET /MITM Pride Dinner Fries 59(5('" .a 4-H Horse Show. Halter,performanceand
CREST ,., *. games wW fW the 23: class event.
: GOMEl1CLEANSER tr..:K we HAVE A CONPLETE forton' "Frieil Chicken Breast S21S.. Thanks also to J.W. Dorminey and
.I'OO'luPASI'E the Roping Club for their help and
: ASSORTMENT OF .
..:.v-r Steers 3/M 1 1fuel cooperation to allowing us to use the
HALLOWEENCANDY Sliced Strawberries
M a. arena -
$
KM m ...nim rai Mi 89(5( II'. all there. Ask any
SAVI404 2ge ;)Y Morton Pumpkin Pies Momtor reader Or, better
: 1.s e: yet, subscribe yourself.from De
3 months at $13
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DOWNY -II.C'M 'up to one year
.Op FA.RIC CLEAN Just call toll heej
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I 5448, 8OO2257O90i
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Page I.A TELEGRAPH October M.1KB -',

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LEGALS .
.1 .2 : II -- 1 --
NOTKEOPINTENTION. -.outs.. r .
nom. under th* provllont pleading Mho Offlc of together' ;ith.
TO REGISTER of aforesaid the Clrk' of County collection. '

FICTITIOUS statute. Court Pest. Offlc Have eelied' mainly to a As Don and I fished the west side of

NAME owns lloyd,. W. Gllpln Drawer S. Stark, In my ..... In the mouth of the lake we saw Bret lose a nice bass
Florida 33091 on or following (I think Don Thompson cut Bret's
Dated thlt 23th day of
Pursuont to Slots bfor November 12 -I
865.09, Florida Slotuto.. October. A.D. 1979 In 1979. property near Mclntosh Bret
1973 : lot of said he had the fish on twice,
nollc. li .hereby Bradford County. 10/23 Prtanat a grass,
given of polo 2 dr. .
thai the undersigned 4tpd 11/15. ,issue .li at follows property 1969 No. i : bad shape. The said he would go near 10 IDS. Keep on

Chario. S. Backus. P.O. Opal outomobll. Identification progress during plugging Bret, maybe next time you
A* the ? wiD him In the boat.
Box $5. Molro. Fla. IN THE COUNTY Numb. named put
have
32666. doing bu.In..* COURT OF BRADFORD 9317398806. end that taking it easy you Earl and Donnie kept chasing some
under the firm name of COUNTY. FLORIDA. If you fall to do to 3th on of areas where schooling: bass Earl said he lost

AgrlDlle.{ P.O. Box 13. CIVIl ACTION. CASE NO. judgment by default will 1979 day at several nice schooling: bass.
M.. .... Flo. be token on* Two o'clock fast all boats
32666. In. 79309SP. against you for laid day on the : came upon Earl came
tondt to register told lie GARY D. OSBORN. C/O ,.11.. demanded 'In the of the Bradford Evans, and Don returned for the weigh-in.
tlllous nam undor the RICHARD E. WE1TY Post statement of Claim. jallyard. I will 1'I Smith. After aU bassmasters had weighedin
provision ol aforesaid Offlc Bon 993 Stork. Witness my hand and tale and sell their catch. Earl Muse took first
statute. Florida 32091. Plaintiff the teal. of this Court this highest bidder place, with second place going to Don
Charlo S. Backus vt ARMOND J. JACKSONIII. 0th day of October 1979. In hand. the II. Thompson.

owns, loll Known Address GILBERT S. BROWN. A* described Dale Johns landed the largest bass
Dated this 18th day of 1317 W... Fifth Street, CLERK OF SAID COURT. told defendant to will have a new a 5 pounder. '
October, AD. 1979 In Jocktonvlll, Florida 1.'y: lila .. Yawn the aforesaid of new cookies this
The Flshin Shack has $25.00
a gift
Bradford County. 10/18 32209. Defendant. Deputy Clerk. 10/11 good cookies.
Dolph I. certificate for Earl and a $15.00 certificate
4tpd 11/8. NOTICE OF 4tchg 11/|. to Savannah last
Sheriff Bradford
ACTIONTO called Samoas for Dale.
Florida These people at the Fishin Shack
: ARMOND J, NOTICE OF 10IIkhq Brownie is the
NOTICE OF have been nice to Bassmasters
us ,we
ACKSON III. 1317 West SHER'FF'SSALE' Samoan so we
INTENTIONTO it much.
this cookie appreciate very
REGISTER Fifth Sir..,. Jackson'
FICTITIOUS ville, Florida 32209 soon be order tak They assist us any way they can,
NAME You or. notified that a Nolle It hereby given' be hearing more you can't forget kindness like that.
Statement of Claim hat that I, Dolph E. Reddish, weeks. The November Tournament will be
Pursuant to Section b..n filed against you In a* sheriff of Bradford loaded Into the Saturday. Nov. 17. Location will be
663.09 Florida Statute th. obov.-namd Court County Florida' under The Texas oil ml home last Friday announced later. '
notlco I. hereby glvon and you or. required to and by virtu. of Writ of went to his dentist Marys. Ga. There We Bassmasters are certainly-
that the undersigned{ ..r%,. a copy of your Execution to-wll: and learned that to Ltumberland sorry to hear of the accident Mrs.
lloyd W. Ollpln. 604 Aniwer or pleading to Execution Issued out were in perfect Park for a Kim Griffis had. We 'are pulling for

Mollon Terrace, Stark. th. Statement of Claimon of County Court of Clay "You don't need shelling you, Kim. May God bless you.
Flo 32091. doing th. Plaintiff'' attorney County Florida pursuantto done to them," the lesson. The Bass Wishes,

builntt under th. firm RICHARD E. WEI. a Final Judgement for said the island Nell Crawford ,
was
,
nom. of "L 41 R TY 934 North T.mpl. Keystone State Bank of "I feel lucky scouts .1
Avenue, Post Offlc Box countered the were
DRYWALL 604 Molton Keystone Height,
Terrace, Stork, Fla. 993. Stork.. Florida' Florida' and against "80 drill anyway!I u Just a lot of ,.
and few
sun a gnats.
32091. and file
the
32091. intend to Margaret Rhoden please call Laurie or me or one of the Carmen Eaves, _Julee Wise, Lisa f
original Answer or
register said fictitious defendant In the cluster coordinators.
Holllday, Pertema Brown Melanie 6

:: :: .B.: ." ;e .r.s-)6. )' :: : = : :1 : = = J i 3&8S&S&&.. ." Thursday aU cookie chairmen and Wood. Lori Clark, Dianne Wood. .
r'
neighborhood chairmen received Vickie Hudson, Pam Pratt. Laurie '
training at the Holiday Inn In Mullins and I all want to thank
) Gainesville from' the Little Brownie George Barbara Theresa Bubba

Cookie Company representative The and Logan for a great day.
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M Keystone Oaks fiaRK \ ,

O1't
rfi V And 1 Acre Lots From $1995 BEAT

Reg. Real Estate Broker Terms. Close to Keystone shopping '

301 North Trail Motel lawtey iIArISWE.
and schools. Just a few left. Other

Office 782-3931 Home 782-3886 lots, acreage and commercial land
INEZ E. STARLING. Associate Eves. 7B3-3004
available.a
_
5 FR, ..2 Ac S4S.OOO.
REDUCED '4BR. FR, I Ac $27.000. Owner Salesman I
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3 BR. 2BA. CB. Hom.on 7 3BR $tu"a'At $25.800. 473.7060 P. 0. Box 1354
IBR. ce,1.3 Ac $20,000. -
Ac. will Was sacrifice SIO.OOO.Owner for. ;_? Keystone Hgts., Fl 32656 < The cost of living Is always the same.... .
Small Acreage for Home. .'f

I $35.000. ft Trailers Law Dn. ",. ALL.YOU'VE GOTI! '


3 BR. 2SA CB, CH/A FPL 10 Ac., Shod. $20,000 I FAULKNER C ar

Ac.FM RM.54000.1.SOO sq. ft. on 3 20 10 A:.. Fenced Pasture SIS.OOO$40.000 I REALTY 964-BOBB m FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS / ,o (JC1.ulil1e

All acreage 10% te 20% IN BRADFORD COUNTY' CALL .
. Down. 10% Int. with
3BR. 2 8 yr. t
BA..CB, CH/A 1.30
I Ac. Shady $44, 00. to IS Yr. to pay. BILL POWELL PHONE 964-7776 rn
A r/, CECILIA L.I3FHAVAT'
w
N.;.Temple Pln.nclnpAvell.ble I Ave. REAL ESTATE ft" iERWItIEGAR ;205 N. Temp Starke af A' ,

118 N.Walnut' St. 944-4444 34 hr. Will PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
FLORIIUMDREALTY SEE US TODAY FOR VA FHA t CONVENTIONAL
) .
2 ... I Beth CB, workshop ft,rente! college, price Just BUSINESSn!- FINANCING
reduced. Quick stop and bar-"Q. $...000.

RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE: I ,*: A..tlqu"H4fvrn""re.$3t.ooo." Phone f 44-7700
I3BR, 1 Beth; Femlly seats, cerpet. A/C Bevthgete-Im- end .439 $ 3u.H..r.I1IfII..A"'u
: Nursery qutpment QB.FM' ?- ""UJ'Uh'
-96..-8788 I mocu ..., S2S.SOO.OO. .r -! \Jp: .'. SPECIAL.

] 2305 N. T.mpl. A.... (U.S.301 N.) HOUSESla For Rent In city. 3 BR, 1'/, I THE HOMl.OIt
12 ALL REASONS 12 prlm..cr.I ., 3 BR 2
IB BR, 1 Beth, cln' neat, '2..000. Good term. Con lash B
CHftA on Rd. 22S. Will consider
1R. IB Frame $13.800. selling 10 acres
HELP I HELP I HtA, W/W cerpet, family room.I .
LISTINGS NEEDED .
3 BR, IB Frame SI7.SOO. separately ft homo with 3 acras. . S43.SOOI
Hom..UO.GOOto$15,000 3 R.It_... 1% bash Abt.2
Buyers Waiting I 3 Acres with 3 bedroom home, Hampton .,... 4 IR. 2B Frame $37,000. .c,.., lust| outside city .

BAYIESS HIGHWAY 2 Ml. from F.S.P.i 21od,...... 1 Bath could' close. porch for 3rd Bedreom. LOTSi good term PEA WEE;
I IMMACULATE 3 2 B CM4A attached ,. test
1 oc u.up- Beautiful rolling pasture. High a Dry owner store..xlerlorwlthlbeaWKulacresefl.rdwerkshopa" BO water front. $4.200. 3 '. Room Concrete Blk. 3'SR .a p -
gerege.I IBB 100 nk trees $4.500. neighborhood r mortgage con b* assumed owner
financing with only 10% down. x near schools 22000.
will hiss secend ....rtga...
BRAND NEW COUNTRY CLUB: Nearlng completion' 3
I 4 BR, IB.2 Klngsley' lake .
acres are
BR.2 Bath, Femlly Room stone fireplace I d au bl garage ASSOCIATES: 1 AC'In county now hou... NEW LISTINGS

CHftA. All energy saving features Brick ft Cedar A B acre p..,,,,. land high ft dry. Mary Hamilton 964.6733 not finished. I. Llk. now 3 BR 2 B CHftA '/ acra-Rd. 100 East w/w
beauty at $42,400. No payments to Jan. to qualified CWO (Ret.) Dom DeSontlogo 964.537S carpet low thirties.

buyer. 2 Vt Acre Hampton are 'Include' well septic ft light, Robert A. McRa., 964.7279 2 'A .C. In country fishpond 2. 4% prim acres I lust off Rd. 22S.
.3 BR block. carport reduced for Quick I Sale I to $11.5 00. I pole. older' hom.3 ..

BR, garage, fireplace S24.500. .
OWNER fiNANCED
-3 BR frame only $17,500. 10 ecre pasture land hllt. dry with few tree. Money Making.' Going
-2 BR block large DR. LR a 'lot. fireplace $28.000. Business 301 No. 301 LARGE CB bldg a appro I acr next to Bradford

-Prime 2 acre on U.S. 301 with ISO ft. frontage. Over 200 79 acre*, $1,000 pr. acre. Roberts Mot.l..q. .
ft. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage Ontu Evening! '1.... call Hampton Oak Lot 12S-$7IOO-pretty tree*.

buildings. Over 000 sq. ft. of concrete parking spacaSIS.OOO. BO acre. Marlon County. V.rnl. ". Odom.. Broken 4 lot on Waldon St.
Phono'.. $476
2I Real I Estate GRI. Corner 301 a Pratt Excellent location.
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.:37* ft. of land on U.S. 301 with water t sewer $47.000 3 Bedroom. I "bath home en Sempsan lek 1 Il111::i I Pearl) Andrews .....7739 '.16 acr** on GrrHls Loop pretty trees $10.500
will dlvld. L. G.Doll 9447311Rambling Prime commerclal-30 choice' ocr.s-301N. The .best.
Successful 4 station beauty parlor. The looking Gloss Ir Crosby. L.k., restricted are, Broke' Owner:" 964-7828 986 N. Temple Lake St. Ocol. block-nlc.trees S27.SOO. Cenvanlant.

Slarfca'101.. Present owner will remain as operator. On. Store ft opts, on 301-S27.SOO. Look this overtly
S10.SOO which Includes $1000 worth of equipment and 100 '00' lot In hwn,13,000.Old .bids. Included.' Saratoga Height' 3 BR, 2B, IR, FR. Flreplece. Kitchen 7000' sq. H. CB bid,. on Rd. 161. Great potential.
stock. Dining combo. Great property across from Holiday 'INN Tops I
Mint Storege IS unit with little, ., vecencle all
no at 3 buildings an Call St.-apt. upstairs. Use '
KINGSIEV LAKE Brick duple with 90 It. on water > Imagination.
times, *ls* 400 So,. Ft. attic. eitra let with
plenty
....500. of parking.Largo space lake Butler Investment opportunity. 3 rental unit plus Largo r M.tom r .* 301 $70.000 good cash flaw.
COUNTRY CLUB2 story brick colonial' 4 BR, 3 bath lend t Call St. commercial IOO'l<0'$9.tOO. A ..P.r.
double with utility0,700.. Call St. commercial 23S'xS4'SI'.SOO. Busy corn.
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garage Service Station' with nice' office spec ft extra nactt
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR, I bath block with 14x33 pool en building' an I acre land Equipment Included. could' 3BR. 2B. Brick, outside city on 100300 ft.lot CH/A neat 3 Country Club lots 1 aero eoch.SeOSO. each.
I.' acres S4S.OOO. be rpl ed. pumps .* pin.' SR 230 east.. Pretty lot-nk. .,...-........ Rd. under 4000. Think I IWALDO.
2SR block' OUA 'In town $24.000. Lake Santa Fe .lot Alachu County 14500. Remote.

GRAHAM Very neat 2 or 3 BR freme home on 1 acre Com..ercl.'b'dg.' en 'let with frontage en Washington St. 4 BR. 3 B.L.. FR. DR. Breakfast room,CH/A-Levely homo. 1 C01FJ50MiTT LfYll1 Homo (commercial) ft rental cottage Madison $23.800.
,- with carport and Ig.I utility bldg. SJ4.000. 13 acres 301 ft Morgan Rd. $39.000. Convenient store
LAWTSY Garage 30 SO ft. with 4 bays and small/ office Old Sunoco fitldFyih: saReVulpmnt| 21$' frontage 2 Double wlda on acre lot. MALL TOWN REAL ESTATE BARGAINS:
bldg.' 34S ft. frontage on US 301 $33,400. en 301. cwld/(1( <\Jk. la pa with the set,*. Outstanding BR 3 B brick homo 10 Ac. Rd. 125.

.,." acres with 351 ft. an US 301 10 x 40 furnished. 1 nice Ingle' wide' *n appro, 1 aero let. p yt Beautiful' brick duple 4S7 Epperson spacious $43,900.
mobile horn with awning and chain link fence $20,000 Appro 100 front.,. Hwy 301 N. 1 BR CB house. 13 aero $17,000.

owner financed. 3 BR, I B, frame, nice, 2 frame out building' double CB C I( HOUSf BEAUTIFUL Nearly new |lust out of city limits .
Home a Income Comfortable 9 room fr.", home Let us show you our Mobile Homo Perk we hove for I.'.. garage, CB office with AC on 1.7 acre*. E luxurious 3 B* 3 Baths hove to see to .believe.

(appro 2,000 sq. ',.) good condition Igo I modern kitchen, .... 14 W attractive CB home en I acre S24.SOO.Nlce.
dishwasher, stove ref.. 3 or 4 bedroom., appro SO I I We formation haye M.H. .lets a lot. for home, call u* today. far In- large frame......lIInll..c,.* with mobile. home rental Pretty acro-.... 23f-home ft large shop $33OOO.Unusual.'

pecan trees 3 rental mobile homes I extra hook-up present *. excellent. buy. Furnished MH I acr*. SRI00 ft SR239-mak offer)

setup 'Income $400 mo. Roam and zoned for more Nice 2%, Acre lots ((2)). 3 BR, I..... lnvstment-4 rented Cell a Bay $.. SSS.OOO
MH'.. nice garden space, an 4 acres S45.000 owner Green Acres-Brick home on large lot with' pecan tree*.3 home with CH ft AIr" en lot near. Country Club 2001*!J4' 15.500 *n Rd. 230.

financed. Owner-Broker Salesman.' Beautiful setting with pecan, fig 1 peer ft etc. 10 acres, BR, 25. largo out building one ecre $29.800. Owner 38 ...-n..l home on Rd.. U Will' divide'
-3 Rentals on nice' ,largo 'lot. Includes 2 BR frame house.24xS4 nice 3 BR 2 Beth fenced a cross fenced, 2 barn, mast In will finance. Comfortable home pretty ground I30B Pratt.Commercial .
.I Doublewld MH ((3 BR 1'/ '0)) ...dI2 x 40 mobile 'Improved ","'r.. Graham are,. I and, t acr let on graded read term 'let next to Terwlllegar Realty' $30.000.
home ((3 .1 1 '.J.) Monthly Income > $IO. $44,000. ...11...... Old commercial building Florid) home, trailer, fish. pond largo ,.ra.. Rd.lOOW.

; LOTS B ACREAGE four counties 111 I B acres Hwy 22$. priced *t $2,700.00 per ..,.. en U.S. 301 a S.R. MS. Deluxe MH en Euclid ft Epperson St.

a Including t acres a up Lawtay .r... (0 acr**, mostly cleared" pvd reed fre....... Union good Ioc....... high traffic Estate,en take Geneva fin* Investment.
Owner financed $3.000 p. ecre. '2'''.' M.H. 1 acts ll.MO. County between ..lfo". and Luke Butler. count. $18.000.Ralford .

7.11 Acres Equity a Assum.94 mfg $17,200. Realtor Associates'
34.3S acres 1340 H. an US 301 Good Investment at .t3 acre $2,000 In town. Vary eke 2 1..21.CI..YOCI".CH/A. Crystal lake Aree-3 BR. lash Martha Derio lu Green Sanders

$54,500.20 t. 29% down IS yr*. at B%% home ...... Brick ........ CH ft Air DM.Garage 7B3-3397 After Hour ,....uo.e
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2 'A acre Ortrfls Leap U.too Well. Included.' ,
: 140 Acres goad rolling land paved read frontage at en* acre $....100.
: only $1,009 acre will split. I Terms.'A acres ol lend off Fersyth Rood no Improvement.
per .
;. 3 BR, 1 acr 17.800 In ceu nsry.
.Beautiful wooded .lets far home In restricted area. good .lend.COMMERCIALMI. Edge of Tewn-3 Bedroom .

'; S2.500 and $3.000 with 31% dawn S years en "balance at 3 ... IB, bi. town, |I.too. Term end 3 Acres let *f reedfrentege WAlE: Ii-IEI-I.r.: ::: :: : IIOKE.

f "A"'.. north with building./ $23.800. ;:. ... _. .. : : .... : :: ,. .
; MANY MANY OTHERS a % A 2 BI CB 1ff.SOO. Out el tewn.I .: :: ::::::::::: ::r:3:5:::::::::::;::: : #d::::.<;" :".-- ".::
DON'T BE SORRY YOU DIDN'T CALLI I III I I 3 IR,1'AS. IR, DR, large laundry room, garago.CH/A on :''Stone Flreploce-Th' 'focallplnt j
b I 2 lets In town w/nlce pecan tree*..$..100. 3 acre, almost new and spotless, off SR 14. of this 3 ft 3 home. .;. .mfjultiHK lNil) ActOR..

; "WE SELL THI EARTH .. AND EVERYTHING ON mill I"] r I Ha* all the feature yell
40 acre off Morgan Read) evr need end 4 acre teal I

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Off lea Haunt Men.-Set.9 to 8 "' .000.
am 3 tit 2 both CH/A /
pm.Eve W %
Beautiful name with earpot,
15 .
.ft Hampton Lako large 3 3B, IR
Sun by! Appointment.EVENINGSi .- I 2... IB. Apt. m town, wise carpet A/C with fireplace./ ; OR. ....PeM. *. ...... CHI A, .lovely let Commercial' hl/.I./ ... CH ft acr* let. Hwy 180 between Stark and !

Air, good downtown location Kyston He'g"". ,1'
" Ralp' P. Bryan Realtor Nice home IN city.'IR. OR. F*. 3 BR'. 1KB. CH/A. ....... owner financed. VA. no clown
mans ri
,....,. L I tll... C. PearsonBrekarSalasmen : Pawl.H.M.FeulknerReerterSusan FeutfcnerReelterevening. ........ .Urge center" let, '. 17000. minimum I down. 0'

Wayne I. DouglasBrokerSelesmen. ft Offlca Manager *.....1061 Associates' One acre commercial .lets -

'441311Vkkl Ivenlngs and Weekend en U.S.301 $9.800 and up.Good -
9444593David REALTOR ASSOCIATE = ::: ::;:;: ; t ''-":':"";;'! ';:':' :'. G" :":";".';'." '..';'..
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by Elisabeth Terry parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bunk Beth, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday the Joe Starting reunion at Anastasia
Phone 7SZ-3MO on Sunday morning. With her parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Park near s St. Augustine on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited Wilson Their granddaughter,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES their father, G.L. Peterson, of Dowl- from Bradford County Hospital on Mrs. Irma Mr. Paul Kelly ELizabeth Smyth was with them from CUB SCOUTSFive
FIRST BAPTIST: The church will ing Park, last Sunday. They helped Mare and Mrs. Mary Jackson. Thursday afternoon until Sunday,
have a Revival beginning Nov. J him celebrate his 82nd birthday.Mrs. glad to report that Mrs San- Mr and Mrs. Frank Porecca: of when she returned home with her Cub Scouts and two mothers
Brother Ray Stuart of Rural Retreat, Cecil Wade of Tampa, returned dy Thomas, got along real well after Lake Geneva, attended the mother. enjoyed Scout Day at Camp Blending
Va., will be the lpeaker. A WARM home on Wednesday after spending surgery and will be staying with her Homecoming at Grace United Guests of Ellen and Jim White were last Saturday. With over 2.000 Scouts
WELCOME is extended to one and aU sometime with her sister, Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Brown. Methodist Church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Davis, milling around, It was quit easy to
to attend each night at 7:30: p.m. Fred Moore and other relatives In Friends of Mrs. Sidney Ilansen Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear. Bryan and Cindy from Hampton. get caught up In activities of the day.
GRACE UNITED METIIODIST: Jacksonville regret to learn that she Is a heart patient Ga., visited Mrs. Carl Prevatt and M '. and Mrs. Pete Starling and Our new Scouts are still shaping up,
HOMECOMING was enjoyed by ALL. Mrs. David Kelly and son,Justin,of in Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman on family of Jacksonville, visited their trying to get their uniforms, earn
Missing were some familiar faces, JacksonvWe, band weekend with Our prayers are with her. Wednesday afternoon. grandmother, Mrs Ola Starling, and Bobcat badges, and other
among them were Mrs. Eloise Olin her parents, Mrs Earl P. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry steps. We still have ginning
who is still hospitalized, but a capaci TroxelL daughters, of Tampa, spent the son Paul of Vidalia Ga., Mrs. MargieReildish Norman and cousin Rhonda. 10 year old boys who want to experience
ty crowd filled the church.We Mr. and Mrs. Mlkey Kelly, of weekend with their son-in-law and and eons Donald and Randall Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and new things, and learn about
are especially thankful for the Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke ), Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan their mother, Mrs. Ola Starling, at- the world around them, aU while haying -
precious article done by the and Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Kelly, 01 and their mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and son, Jeff,of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. tended the Revival on Monday nightat great fun.
Gainesville Sun through the efforts of Jacksonville, were Sunday guests of sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and Claude Revels and Ion Dewitt, of Northslde church We hope to i I keep growing until we
Velda Cardin and our own Miss Mr. and Mrs. James D. Kelly. Donny daughter, Miss Lynn Whaley. Keystone Heights and Miss Margaret We are glad to learn that our principal can have several dens in Lawtey and
Elizabeth Terry here In Lawtey who Kelly and Miss Lisa Ekerd, of Mrs. Donald Wllklson returned Smith, of Lawtey. were all Sunday Mr. Hall, has been promotedfrom form our own Pack here. Enroll now
does the local work for us In the Brad- Gainesville spent the weekend with home Saturday after being with her dinner guests to help their father and Major to Lt Colonel in the while we are all Just beginning this
ford County Telegraph each week. them. sister, Mrs. Audrey FatEinger, of grandfather Mr. Les McClellan Marines. Mr. Hall has served a total new venture.
Our newest member was at church Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of Tampa for a week after her surgery. celebrate his 70th birthday at his of 19 years on active duty and Weekly den meetings are at the
this A.M. Little Adrienne Laurem Tallahassee, were Saturday over- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whetsel. of home. reserves. Miscall)"'. home on Carter Road
new daughter of Roger and Dot night guests of their mother, Mrs. Keystone Heights, attended Wm. Harris,of Ocoee spent a week Mrs. Jewel Coleman of Polk City, every Thursday at 7 p.m. For more
Padgett who weighed In at 5 Ibs. 14 oz. Truby Wainwright. Her grandsons Homecoming at Grace United with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starling, Mr. information, call Gerl Thompson or
on Oct. 15. Roger and Riley are the Jack and David Wainwright, of Methodist on Sunday with their and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. and Mrs. Archie Starling of Lakeland, Judy Miscally.
older brothers. She will be christened Tallahassee, spent Sunday with them. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Catherine Johnson Keeffe were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. The October Pack meeting will be
during next Sunday morning's ser Dan and his two children spent Sun Mrs. Robert Lee. Harrell and Mrs. Helen Nasworthy, Fleam Starling All of them attended Monday Oct. 29,7:30 p.m. at the First
vice. day with her. Mrs. Darlene Norman and Mr. and all of Jacksonville, attended the Methodist Church in Starke.
Oct. 31 at 7:30: p.m. will find the Mrs. Carolyn Douglas and Mrs; Mrs. Carl Norman went to Seville on Homecoming at Grace United

Lawtey Methodist Church Phoebe Edinger, of Boca Raton, stopped Sunday: morning to see their aunt, Methodist Church, as guests of Miss ;; ;; J. ;;;' 4- ;; ;; i1t -
"Spooked". We will be having our Annual by Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edna Harvey and their sister-in- Arthurine Blanchard. .
Halloween Costume Party sponsored Mrs. Earl Troxell on their way to law who are seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Mrs.
by the UMYF for children of Dothan Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan spent Eva Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen HAUNTED IOUS
ALL AGES. Terry Futch and his Ion Dean, of from Thursday until Tuesday with DuBois visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles it .
Thanks to our musicians who Jacksonville Beach, visited l his aunt, Mrs. Eva Knight In Anniston Ala. Brown in Oxford Ala. on Monday 8:00 til
October
helped make the Homecoming a success Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mr. and For Sunday dinner,other guests were night. All of them enjoyed cake and Saturday 27th.
Rhoda Wainwright, Bryan Mrs. Tom Tatum on Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and coffee. DONATIONi SI 00 .....
Bowman, Steve Crews, Ken Shuford, George Kelly returned home children Vanessa and David, Mr.and Mr. and Mrs.J.E.Mclver: ,of Ocala, Ll Located between Starke and Lake Butter III
from St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville Mrs. Glen Dubois Mrs. Lois Whlste- .....
Lamar Priest, Joe Kauffman .the Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown, Denise off 100 on 237 South
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Love Family, The Adult Choir, "Kidsof on Wednesday and she is improving nant Mrs. Odell Yasser Mrs.Charlotte and Lisa Durban, and Cathy Watersof 11
the Kingdom" and Keith and Joan slowly.) She is at the home of Knight and son Jeff, Mrs. Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. "" Sponsored by:
Grant. Countless others helped- her father-in-law and mother-in-law, WlUte and Sharen Waldrip, Mr. and Wilma Wainwright Homecoming: 4ri -' GREEN ACRES "H CLUB
THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Kelly. Mrs. Virgil Brown, Mr. Carl Vasser Grace United Methodist Church on /
Regular services will resume next Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of Tallahassee, and daughter, Jill and Terry Easter- Sunday.Mrs. ,
Sunday. and Miss Elizabeth Terry were guestsof wood, Ricky, Alton and Sheila liar. Wendie Smyth and Mr. Billy ) ;;: #;-I-
their sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland, relson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffith, Hamilton and children. Billy and ;; ; -J.J.
PERSONALS: of Gainesville for a few days Mrs.
There Is to be a TURKEY SHOOT Joyce Futch, of Blackshear, Ga.,Joined
sponsored by Little League Association them on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
on Saturday, Oct. 27. north of Pauline Kirkland of Gainesville, was "
Lawtey on 301 starting at 10 a.m. their Tuesday dinner guest. Other =fL; 1EAGLEI.
until- guests were their nephew and niece: sun
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wayhner on Mon n
Starke, visited their mother, Daisy day evening, their niece, Mrs. Chuck Poo!
Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jones and nephew, Don, from
Jordan and family on Saturday. Parcelluzzi. Tuesday afternoon and $ U. GLASS

Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth __ a axr.iali Y.IS aAASSORTED
Palatka, were Saturday afternoon Jones, (all of Gainesville), on Tues
guests of their mother, Mrs. O.J. day evening. This was the first time / J4
.Anders and brother, Mr. and Mrs.Bill that the 4 sisters had been together in I
;Anders, Sr. 3 years. Mrs. Futch and Miss Terry -- -
Mrs. George Shuford, Mrs. Leon returned to Starke and Lawtey on : FASHION
Starling, and their mother, Mrs. Lois Wednesday afternoon and Mrs. 1 JEANS FOM MEM
'Starling, attended her grandson Ronnie Wyrick returned home on Thursday SUPER LOW FWCZDiM
Denmark's wedding in Jacksonville morning.We r
on Saturday afternoon. are happy to report that Mrs. aeusaw.+ 6.00
Phil Eunice, of Ellisville, visited hisCommunity M.D. Crapse was able to come homely +

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by Elizabeth G.Walker after the Fellowship of Churches -,. IIIOlor on.
phone 984-6683 closes. We are looking for all ;. .:.:: On sato Thursday, Friday & Saturday!

members and friends. Refreshmentswill
Concerned Citizens of Bradford be served after service. % *AV 4$%

County, Inc. The monthly meeting New Bethel Baptist Church Each rPRESTONE 4-PKrC OR DEVeRBADY I i,5; gr, O
will be held Thursday, Oct. 25,7:30: in Wednesday: 7:34 Prayer Meeting and HUDSON BAYER (
the RJE Complex. AU member&.and Bible Studf. Salurday4 AwoRle. interested citizens are invited to be the church of'tlre"inenr-Sunday- wr _
present. School 10 a.m.'Morning;'Worship-U $ 3 Sa9 I IwAa4er -.
a.m. The Fellowship of Churches 3 r.rnS+ R
Thanks p.m. This will conclude services for : : WERIee WAe9N1f WAS 34-S1 ( i idAYV

We the family of the late Mrs. LulaJ. the day. Elder Kinsey of Jacksonville 4% SA h jAVE331a
Smith, wish to take this/method/ to will preach for the Fellowship of l
ROLL ON DRISTAN RIGHT GUARDDEODORANT J 7 OZ.;CREST t I
thank God for warm and generousfolk Churches. I
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such as you. We are grateful for Free Canaan True Church of God In F1,6! OZ. 24's or I I TOOTHPASTERegular +
ISOC I OZ. / / or Mint
NASAL MIST (Limit 2))
every kind deed and thoughtful Unity: Prayer Band and Tarrying
fAYH7!
gesture shown during our hour of Services each Wed. 7:30. Friday 7:30 1 $1 *1 vmm DMBM BMMTS
bereavement. The Family. Prayer Service. Sunday School 10 0 .r.
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening WAS 1,4W WAe w S.- __WAS i.55' M'CA VA! ,V Sef o

CIIURCIACTIVITIES: Worship 7:30.: _% WORK .,
Victory Temple Church of God, Greater Allen Chapel AME Church) PLASTIC KNIT OFf. Shop r In ;.lran
Lawtey. John Burch Co., Founder. Young Adult Choir rehearses Monday ALUMINUM ALUMINUM 6 PIECE CUTLERY
The Bradford County Christian Missionary night. BAKEWARE STEAMER COASTER TRAY. 82
and Literary Society will Allen Chapel Church night will be S ASSORTMENT BASKET SETS i it.
sponsor a Thanksgiving Service observed Sunday, Nov. 4,5 p.m. All $ WCfti!
Wednesday, Nov. 21, at St. Johns Baptist members are asked to cooperate with $1 1 $1 Tough protection.will 1 MM for.

Church Lawtey at 8 p.m. Rev. this activity. WAablf o1sw0 nrca ol10ase 101ca ouaols0 PIIICC ,. /
Willie Huffman pastor. The public is Annual Conference will begin Nov. _
invited.Ml. 8 in Jacksonville. Sunday School 10 '/ I 1
Zion AME Church: Choir a.m. All members are asked to attend MAKE-UP ir GLASS VASEASSORTMENT 8 OT. PLASTIC
rehearsal Tuesday for Choir No. I, The Fellowship of Churches, 3 p.m. & SHAVING WASTE
7:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Allen will be host to the Area MISsionary MIRROR 8" HIGH BASKET tjVINYL I .
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Homecoming will be observed Sun meeting Saturday beginning
day. All members and friends are in- 11 a.m. Mrs. Linda D. Chandler,, 81 $1 $1 .5 PRINTCOTSHWTS
vited to cooperate with the activity.The president The ladies are asked to bring .. .
0110 OIS0./rea oU0 DISC SaleS 0110 a.C MICa
Church of God In Chrlxt: Tues- covered dishes. .o$3
day 7 p.m. Bible Band. Friday 7:30 Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
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Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. Saturday Church: Monday night each week FASHION STONEWARE ROCKINQHAM 'N t wE[aA... IIIIN'$NYLON JACKITft
5 p.m. Adult Choir rehearsal. :Tiny Tots rehearsal. 7:30: Senior Choir WALLETS FORMENWOMEN ASH TRAYASSORTMENT SOUP BOWL.STACKABLE. 100% cotton, ena t
Sunday 9:30: Sunday School. Morning rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer .popular-eteningJUgn MM*Mmy da r .
Worship 11 a.m. with Elder DR. Meeting. Wednesday 8 p.m. Men's ._ *. Sen' I-1S. w5w+ap.wd 0. nhny '
YPWW. with the Story Hour in ckMun*.1 pacfcM*. S.M.LJCU
Williams In charge. 6 p.m. Day program $1 $1 $1
Evening Service 7:30.: charge. Friday 8 p.m. Men Day Program
Mt. Morlah United Methodist with Male Chorus In charge 0110 OWIQ SOICr 01100150 MMCa oil ols0 NrCS
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. All Saturday dinner will\ be sold from the
members asked to be present at kitchen. Sunday the Annual Men's r
are
11W' DOLL OR BIG GUITAR PING PONG W SET OF 41 .
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of celebration will terminate. Sun .
Day
New Bethel for the Fellowship ASSORTEDCOSTUMES OR BIGBANJO PISTOL WITH PLASTICCUP I
Churches, 3pm.Pleasant day School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 FOUR BALLS LI SET i .
Grove United Methodist! a m. with Deacon F.H. Hudson conducting
will conduct regular services next, devotional services and Rev. ..1 $1 $1 yuouA $1 !
Sunday. Sunday School only Sunday. Roulse guest speaker.. The Male I
October 28 regular services,will be Chorus will) be the serving choir. Dinner ass isle, o+10 DISC Inca oua owe nrca oua sae nrca I II
held. .will be served in Fellowship Hall. I
Antloch Missionary Baptist 3 p.m. Evening Worship with guest f i
Church Revival meeting Is in progress .speaker, Rev. Ben Coleman. New WOVEN WOOD 0" WOOD LADIES' BRA Ii 2-PK. MEN'S 1 l I
26th. The Hope Choir will provide music: with SALAD BOWL. INDIVIDUAL ASSORTMENT.SIZES THERMAL i t
at Antioch through BIG 10" SIZE/ SALAD BOWLS 32A-40C I j rif' SOCKS 14'i
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public is invited. The Union Choir will Bro. Raymond Hampton, guest ,
rehearse at New Bethel Saturday, soloist. ..VI''2'f" '
7:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning First Born Church of The Living X0$1 ffi1 2 fl,$1lR
l-01/ POLY SLACKS SHORT $SLC8V TO*S
will in God Friday <:30 Bible Study.
Services 11 a.m. The choir sing : p.m. '
a1001So Palsy R5 a.4 ? Arse 011001IIt .Inca ;
Putnam Hall. 3 p.m. Friday 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday .Anr1Z" f AOSC 1 $.vvzie "r 5 9 :::. 283 <
Ml. Plsgab AME Church: SundaySchool School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 r
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Police Controversy Sparking{ Election For Late Voters

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The two sides in the recent Lawtey election by Mrs. Barbara Jordan, the Councilman Hiram W. (Buster) Bennett Chief Jordan says Scott oppose budget M was presented when the ..ylng the real problem was overtime
police controversy will be competing pollee chiefs wife. are unopposed for re-election. him. council deadlocked 34 on the Issue. .
for votes in the upcoming: Dec. 4 In a third race political newcomer Mrs. Sbuford slated for her 4th Mayor Scott saw the difference Huber Issued citations In the
Lawtey election. Leslie Phillips has emerged to term Bennett for his third.MayorCommissioner between be and Jordan irON when The differences grew when Chief week previous to the Sept.4 meeting
Police Chief M.M. Jordan is opposed challenge incumbent councilman Scott to the the police cblef.wanted the council to Jordan wanted former CETA Jordan.said at the time.
by former CETA policeman Dave Marvin Roster 54. seeking his fourth only black on the city commission: in a place former CETA patrolman patrolman Dave Huber fired but the Tho council asked Jordan It the
Huber who Jordan wanted fired. term. Rosier was chairman of the town in which the some ClIO voters are Charles Carter on the city payroll. city council refused to fire Huber council gave Huber an oral reprimand -
Mayor-Commissioner Robert Scott council in 77-78. Rosier owns and almost equally divided ...white Scott Mid the council badbeen over who had only three weeks to go on his would Jordan let it go at that?
the
opposed firing Huber who bad time operates Hosier's Garden Center in and black. Winner In race between the budget to cut out the fat and that CETA contract Huber was transferred "No. Jordan replied.JMdan .
three weeks left on his CETA Starke. Phillips Is a barber. Scott and Mrs. Jordan depends he asked Jordan where be could find to the fire department for the remainder had previous to the Sept. 4
and the mayor is opposed for re City Clerk Lucille Shuford and on which candidate can pull votes to cut the budget. Copies of the of his CETA!; time, and then meeting asked Mayor Scott, who is
from the other's camp, Scott..,.. budget were given to the chief and to let go. the council member in charge of the
Mrs. Jordan served on the council city attorney Richard Welty but no Huber has since qualified to run Police Department to temporarily
for eight years before being defeated funds were available to hire a second against his former boss Chief Jor suspend Huber until the council could
four years ago by councilman Bennett city patrolman, besides the chief. dan. look into the matter. Scott said Huber
who Is unopposed this term. Mrs.Jordan Chief Jordan says .Carter would Grounds for Huber's dismissal should be allowed to work.
says she likes Bennett's Judge have earned more than his salary In .Chief Jordan told the council: in its Jordan argued he should have the
ment on the council and that is why fines. Sept.4 meeting were insubordination right to hire and fire as supervisor of
she chose not to run against. him. Scott says hiring a policeman to because Huber did not show up to CETA employees under bill supervision
Rosier already bad opposition when earn his salary would turn Lawtey In- 'work on several weekends and refused but council members disagreed.
she qualified, Mrs. Jordan said, and to a speed trap and "have people to Issue tickets to anyone in early Councilman Bennett suggested the ci-
m so rather than run against Bennettshe down on our necks.Scott said be morning hours. ty some guidelines for the
chose Scott. cast the deciding vote to adopt the Huber' termed the charges untrue, drawand firing of employees.




Something! fopEveryono Regional Health Planners Seek Local Participationchanges I


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"When sickness strikes, everyone" : as a result of public com' '," .'
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wants quality medical care available ments. 4'
quickly. The best way to ensure that Public hearings on the draft plan, '\\\o
$ CELEBRATE health services are there when you which will receive final Council consideration ; :'ff.M /
( need them la in December have '".." 'J1;: :/J
NATIONAL NEWSPAPER HONTN... by planning for them been '
Q now," according to Dr. James scheduled: at 7:30 p.m. in Gainesville ,';'\;:
THE TELEGRAPH Williams chairman of the North Central on Nov. 14 at the County Administration 1I"r I '
Florida Health Planning Coun Building and in Leesburg on ,
(J WILL GIVE AWAY ACOPY cil's Plan, Development Committee. Nov.27 at the Citizens National Bank.

Williams along with Peggy Barnett .
The Council Is made of
OF OUR 100th '_"and" Zeporah Barber ofBradford volunteers representing health up care rlv ;
county and over 60 other volunteerCouncil
and
local
professionals citizens from
k- vANNIVERSARY ISSUE members have been working 16 counties. The Plan developed by ,
for over a year to develop a plan for the Council focuses on health and
health care in a IS-county area. Now health care problems In the region. It
FOR EACH NEW area residents are being asked to is used to guide the development of

SUBSCRIPTIONA comment on the results. facilities such as hospitals and nursing -
h "The Health Systems Plan ti a community homes as well as other health- ,
document and we take comments related programs. ,dww

$1.00 Value Yours FREE. on its recommendations very
.. seriously" noted Williams. Recommendations in the 1980 Plan
includeNo .
"The current proposed version is : s ti

WHEN YOU SUBSCRIBE... only a draft and we expect to make -needed additional In the region through 1984;are v r s

.You Get A Recap Of 100 YearsOf Nursing homes should be developed _.H' ,
throughout the 16 counties; however .
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City Budget..... J
only facilities which -- -- -- '--- -- --
Bradford County History. provide qualitycare
(from page 1) should be allowed to expand; Council members who serve on the Plan Development Committee of the

Over 100 Pages Of Photos And News 1963.305 Total Income Is Increased by -Emergency improved medical to reduce services the alarming shouldbe North Central Florida Health Planning Council are. from left: Standing! Don I
$192,624, bringing the total to number of deaths Ellades. Gainesville; James Wllliami DD.S.. Lake City Seated: Malcolm
Events from heart attacks Randall. Gainesville; Rev. James Walkup. Live Oak. and Robert Mitchem.
Covering The : As They Happened 13,540,033, and with federal revenue and accidents
; O.D.. Palatka.
sharing funds down by$3,960 the complete -Incidence of teenage
The Perfect Gift For Christmas For Those '79-80 budget comes to must be reduced through pregnancy Improved
3.62S,031-a.: -. $11,873 increase over the education and I
Out Of Town Relatives. Initial budget ; andCommunity, contraceptive services Woman Injured In Horse Fall
Operating expenses for, aU the -
care for the elderly,
departments for remain the .same and who are often inappropriately placedin A 20-year-old girl was thrown froma remove 65 percent of her damaged
the
With New Subscription cept city garage sewer nursing homes ,should be after-
electric departments. The addition of en- horse she was training Friday liver.
couraged. noon and trampled, causing multiple According to Joan her aunt
. a journeyman lineman at $11,467 increased Copies of the draft Plan are Chitty
Injuries. wildhorse
PLEASE START MY SUBSCRIPTION. the electric department's expenditures available for review in all libraries Mrs. Griffis was breaking in a
.iI she's done since
; $10,000 was added to the and county clerks' offices. Written something

NAME .?......._....................-...-.__-..................._...............__.___ garage department for a repair comments may be sent to the Councilat Kim Griffis remains in critical condition in- childhood when something startled
at Alachua General Hospital the horse. Mrs. Griffis was thrown
ADDRESS _.............._......._........._...........___ _._ shelter and $10,000 was added to the 2002 N.W. 13th Street, Suite 103 Gainesville after surgery was done to and then trampled on.
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C3 tncloud I II My Clack Fo It In County .I eta Out Ol County was an across-the-board, live
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Bradford Home' ", ,:Du liBJof. :. ,IlIIl (E' l COUNTY SUPrUCM r TlM ENTTO_ AND BIUMWD LAKB REGION COUNTY MoNtO6UiiGotoJasper t 'JMsHAI' ttVNtON

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Bradford High's Tornadoes returns Buchholi peaked we've faced" nttog from Hurst toog;) ;t'li 1 /I
to the friendly conmws of<< Bradford five in the ate AAA ranMiup e and the Tornadoes were chewed up by "'
a Stadium after four straight road .losing to Eastside.mysteriously drop Kastslde slgnsl-caitor Doug Wunber.*
\ games to face a team friendly ped out of the top ten after an open ly. Brown.is the same type of gam*' .,
''t Gainesville Buchhoh Friday date last Friday. They claimed wins breaking scrambler aa WIn berI" 't.
night at 8 p.m. over 4A Port Orange Spruce Creek "but he's more consistent thaq t.
oM the season progresses tt looks (24-13), Santa Fa (KMI). 4A Jacksonville Wimberly" according to Hurse. \ '
lib Buchholx may be the toughest Jackson (17-7), Use Oak (11..), "Buchholi I to the same type*pt :
team we'll play this year." said BUS and Ocala Vanguard (31-14)( before power-l offense,we've seen the lastthroe
Head Coach David Hurse Monday. their! loss. or four weeks," said Defensive ,
Heady coaches always build up theirnext The Bobcats defense, &ted by bead- Coordinator Mike Sexton. "You know., .,I '
opponent as a toughie but at H hunting linebacker Elton Banks (no. I've felt like we to play :,
the Bobcats might be worthy of 0, to ISO, is their forte but not their those games were ,,bo! To Face 4-2 BCHS :' ;
Hurse's assessment. The only only strength.Hurse prepared for 1kac.bJIoIJ..v.Just lotto Trojan i't'7
Buchholi loss came at the bands! of calls tailback Ted Dixon (no. cut out the missed assignments' and
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seventh-ranked (and almost certainly 21, 5-7 165) "the best running back not give them the big plays; .-
playoff-bound) Eastside In a 20-19 we'll face." "We need ano hercompletsgamo"
overtime thriller. "He reminds me a lot of Marvin said Secondary Coach Mike Hartley i The still winless Union High Tigers Jimmy. Thomas said of the perennial produced Just six points In seven
"If you look at the films Buchhol: Tyson '. stronger than Marvin speaking of the young squad! ,travel to Jasper Friday night to fan ly strong Trojans.., ,He said the ball ama.
should have beaten Eastslde," Hurse was." Hunt said of Dixon. "He benched be said had Its best effort last week. the 4-9 Hamilton County Trojans. Jasper. backs by college "Offensively we are going to have
contends. "They're the moat experienced around 329 pounds as a "If we can get another complete effort {While the Tigers were'falling' to prospect John LflUy, Is their power."They've to get It together. "Tbia week we're
team we'll play (after star weightlifter. Lord,if we had him we'd we'll be alright the rest of the Keystone 1J-0 last Friday to drop Working hard on the offense and we
ling a load of underclassmen in '78} be .OfQuarterback season and build up a little pride back down to 04 Jasper..knocked out of got a couple of backs that are going to do some polUhlng up to
their defense has been tremendous. Willie Brown of theN. That'll give 'em something to the District 4-AA l lead with a 124 are college prospects..."we expect let.ready for Jasper'
i ." Buchholx (no. 7. 170) gets the 'best look forward to for next:year." defeat at the hands Newberry.Still some rough competition. Jasper opened the season with wins
the Trojans figure finish high the over Hawthorne (
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.A will at for
9 9YYieWr district totem pole If behind leadenNewberry "They run right you P.K. (20-7)), and Cross City
and Chiefland (both 4-1). awhile, then they'll start gaining (37-6) before falling to Chiefland
against you on the outside," Thomas (13-21), roasting WWI toa (384) and
,, 'srratnwar asj /They are a very strong<<, physical continued.His thoughts then turned to then dropping last week' big district
,and quick team." Tiger Head Coach the Tiger offensive unit, which has Shootout at Newberry.


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I II the high-leaping Lady Raiders of 'Santa Fe .Is number one" BUS ,.tonight the Lady Tornado coach,
i' Santa Fe jumped their season Coach Inn Harvey answered when said. "We set the ball In practice' but
I volleyball record to 13-3 at the expense asked to stack up the district picture. In games the girls are afraid they'll
of Bradford High Monday "Then it's a tossup. I'd say we're up get called for pushing (an Illegal set
) Bight-topping the Lady Tornadoes there with Gainesville High and so they Just bump (two-hand the ball
11104. lW at the BHS gym. Buchholx." BHS was 1-1 this year over to the opponent) at the net.

inlet Santa Fe of the top against both GHS and Buchholx. Santo "We'll be working hard
seeds on setting
Fe handled the Tornadoes
District S-AAA girls Lady the ball before the District Tour
volleyball tournament to be held both times the teams met. ment" a-

r Wednesday. Oct. 31- Friday Nov. 2, The district champ moves Into a There was no lack of offense from
at Santa Fe High School. Regional title game set for Tuesday the Raider side
Lady Led
The loss for Bradford Its second night. Nov. .. Gena and Mona Monday. by
Cherry Hines Santa
a row, dropped the Lady Tornadoes District pairings won't be set until Fe drilled spikes at the BHS backllne
back to the.600 level at 5-5, and made next Tuesday but BHS will probably all
The Making of a Touchdown tonight's season finale at Palatka the open tournament play Wednesday nijSIona.out to
...(Below) IS yards later Goodge swerves past the last decider. to whether OIlS wW finish night against either Eastslde, or Live a 4.0 first game I
a Terri Thomas
Tornado quarterback Bill Goodge,number 10 In center at Forest defender with an asils from Nugent ton ground) the *7i campaign with a winning or Oak In the first game at 5 p.m. A second helped BBS beck spike
II top breaks free on a veer option keeper with tackle Allen and Is off to the races. losing record. game will be Dlayed at 6 p.m. The bring even at 44.
Scott, no. 74. following the QB and wldeouU Danny Nugent< The play covered yard. and gave the Tornadoes a 14-7 The Lady Tornadoes will probably Wednesday .The semifinals will the nets Lady Raiders of then took control of
no. 23, and Edward Hamilton, no. 32 out In front... lead over the favored Wildcats. be'seeded third behind Santa Fe(now be played at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thurs for a 15-4 running win. 11 straight points
,14-) after a Tuesday night win over day night with the finals slated for 7
v Newberry and Gainesville High p.m. Friday night In the second game Hope Jackson
1 I(10.3), and just ahead of Gainesville In Monday night's loss to SF opened with two ace serves as BUS
r, Buchholi (9-7)I for the' District Tour Harvey saw a distressing lack of popped out to 4-0 and W advantages
"r nA nament. Gainesville Eastslde and spikes from the Lady Tornado side of but Cherry started to assert herself
ear Live Oak, \lWannee County round out the net-the result of poor setting. above the net cord.Santa Fa pulled
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1. JUt off to Miami'ftwalni: year'old Dew i year old Hat wood of Starker .o-.-_. .'- day rSCOT.based on distance [a feet miw*Jh dlsttaacd """"!*'
from'the! target line) but made up for the mIMed boot with
The two local boys won District Punt Pass& Kick titles his best pass and punt of the three competitions. His punt
in Jacksonville last weekend, winning the right to competein for 60.5 points and pass for IllS.' points made up the difference
the Area Finals to be contested at a Miami Dolphin game though his total of 146.5 was still shy of his Zone ef
Sunday Nov. II, in the Orange Bow). .fort of 148 and his Local score of 157.
Saturday's District test was the third competition of Wood continued a week-by-weak Improvement, totaling
PP&K and the third win for Williams and Wood. They 201.5, up from a 200.8 count at Zone and a 181 Local score.
already had wins at the Local competition in Starke and the He punted for 81 points passed for 68,and ripped 72 point
Zone competition in Jacksonville under their belts. klcl off.


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Basketballs are bouncing around
area gyms this week as cagers from 1980
Keystone, Bradford County, and 1I On
Union County high schools have open- ". .
ed practice in preparation for the
f Cars
roundball season opening next month.
The first action for area preps will Display
be in Thanksgiving holiday tour
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I, naments. Boys Varsity teams from
Keystone and Bradford will open in ComeTHE Seo
the eight team Clay Thanksgiving
Tournament in GreeroOove scheduled
for Nov. 20-21& -n.with a breakon I

Thanksgiving night, Thursday,
Nov. 22. Other teams in the field include
the host Blue Devils, St. HANGMAN
Augustine Orange Park. Macclenny
and Gainesville Buchholz.
j The Union County Tiger varsity ;;;.. ,.
opens November 30 with a J V,vanity. RETURNS
doubleheader at Hawthorne. How's that for sweet revenge? A four-figure tax deduction, right off the ,
Keystone's Lady Indians will be the top every year until you're 39'/j. : :
first vanity girls to play tipping their .
And that's not the half of it. I< /
Thanksgiving season off in Invitational the Orange Wednes-Park An Individual Retirement Account at Guaranty Federal earns a big 8% :. Monday And Tuesday.

day Nov; 21, I interest,compounded daily and paid quarterly.' The kind of return that can, easily set you up for life. : ) .
Bradford's Lady Tornadoes open In fad If you deposit$1750. a year for 30 years, at the current rate of Interest you'd have over ( ; / Oct. 29 & 30 .
Monday Dec. at Gainesville ;
3. High $228.000 to help you face retirement. :Ri.
while Union County's varsity girls Hefty help, Indeed 3 ,
also open in December. '
Even though you'll have until April 1980 to make your'tax-deductible contribution to your Nest {3sMake: ,Your: Reservation

Egg" IRA, you need to open your account now. Because this Is a very good time consider, ,your, '
1979 taxes. And that's a whole new ball game "' '''". For,The Best Custom' :'

Union : .,' -\ ,
County <
Bantam FootballThe The current Interest rate la guaranteed for a minimum period of three yean from day of drpoelt. .... Automobile Painter In >
Federal", and regulation require a tubtlantlal penalty for early withdrawal: from an IRA account. The '
ESIIC U.S. Of
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Occidental Miners of Union '
"Divided between working and workina account .
equally non- tpouae .:.-
l.E.r =
County lost to Walt's Speed Shop of -
Lake City 204 b L'.1Guqranty .------
in Lake City Bantam League football Come Stay With Us To Paint Your Car Or Truck "

play. ,
Darren Allexander scored on a S3 deralSavIngs.
yard Jaunt aroundend for the only f : At
Union County score.


while Traver Bernard,Jamie and George Charlie InterceptedMa Perry were pus : ;t TERWILLE6AR '

credited with playing excellent .We'll Stay With You ,.:
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defense
and Claude Henderson :
Horace Odom and Der>'tck Proctor ? MOTORS
were cited for their offensive play. GAINESVILLE.I! 220 N.Main Street-PnoeM- 377.344 J501 W.Univs TfyAv""' niie.Phon.2R1a4a3 a jaOOS.W.Archer
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Keystone High's vanity gridders ball offensively\ our defense did u
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held Union County to Just 38 yard ..r.we.M i..acasnv weD as they could. ,;
end 66 t __ a
making yard* passing
154) orer the Tigers last Friday night IM "..--. MN The Sibley kick came after a fum 1t'
rd..ear.P ws1. ble on a Lake Butler punt return on
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The game move the Indians win- rIa.. yard Tigers.
loss record to 2-S so far this season, M P..M.. M
and leaves the Tigers still looking fora -.... Keystone could not move the ball on
the first three playa of the series, then
victory with a 04 record. ...aU ra-....
The Indians gained 126 yards on the S-,_54.d. w.(ad+h...., Sibley kicked the field foal with the
ball on the seven yard line of the
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and 38 against _a. _--Ib".IIrecovery "
ground passing
yagt Tigers. The first ended the
quarter as
the Tigers total of nine first
downs, compared to three made by Indians scored.
Union. and a couple of quarterback Lake Butler got the kick at the 25 ) :
Keystone took the lead at the end of sacks. and could not move the ball,
the first quarter with a 25 yard field Kenny Jennings was picked as the acing a punt from the 28 yard line.
goal by Sam Keystone didn't offensive player of the week. He Keystone got the ball at the 47 yard \
score again until fourth quarter, made 85 yards in 18 carries, quarterbacked line of Lake Butler and after along --
then making two touchdowns: to Ice some, and did a good job all drive bad the ball down at the three

the wOne night,. according to Valentino. yard line with a first down. Hurner at- .. 4rrf y
of the touchdowns was a 24 Keystone was in Tiger territory tempted a quarterback sneak up the
yard sprint around right end byKenny threatning to score twice In the first middle, but had no success, and after ,. .d n; p.
Jennings and the other a 22 yard pass half, but only came out with three two more unsuccessful plays the In- / .. .114X! "
from David Hurner to Jeff Stone. The points. "I don't know if they were just dians had a fourth down at the four '" ,, ,tv. .u ., ../I
extra point kick attempts after both playing good defense then or what, yard line. -
touchdowns were no-good. but we missed a couple of good opportunities Sideline Storm In.... reporter Larry Oglesby, VON coaches Randy and Joe
"We were very excited to win after to score in the first half," Then Hurner tried a pass to Greg The out of bound line was the action spot on this play as Register Tiger defenders Ricky Carlton (no.63) and Terry
four straight losses and I was pleased Valentino recalled. Sapp, but it was broken up by Tiger Union County defenders ground a Keystone ballcarrier. McDowell Keystone's Danny Hughes (no. 63)) and George I
with what was Just a good all around Terry McDowell and Lake Butler took Pictured from left to right are Union County TIMES Payne (no. 78), and Union's Kevin A. Griffin.
team victory," said Head Keystone "I was not impressed with the over at the four yard line with a first
Coach Pete Valentino Tuesday after performance of the offense," down.
noon. The Indians have an open date countered Tiger Head Coach Jimmy Quarterback David Barber hit tight
Friday. Thomas after the loss. "We are just end Kevin for a 10 yard completion
"We were desperate for the victory going to have to get it together on the and a first down at the 17 yard Tornadoes Forest Even
and the kids rose to the"occasion and offense and quit turning the ball line. On the next play Barber threw Play
good football commented "
played over. an. interception with Indian Dale
Valentino. "Defensively, we played a Lake Butler fumbled four tunes and Furlong-' at the receiving end, to give
good game holding their rushing to 38 lost the ball three times on intercep- Keystone the bail at the 32 yard line of
yards and I was pleased with the per- tions. Union moved the ball
never Inside Lake Butler with a first down. But Fall 21-14 Mistakes
formance of the defense. the Keystone 40 yard line. on
Mike Graziano was picked as the "Defensively we played well Keystone could not do anythingwith
defensive player of the week for enough to win,'f Thomas continued. the ball, throwing two incomplete -

Keystone, with six tackles, a fumble "Considering how much they had theY passes, and gaining four Football coaches are fond of saying Gainesville Eastside in a 14-7 Ram Forest again proved its mettle,bull
yards overall. The Tigers took over close games are decided by mistakes. ing the ball 63 yards on seven ground
after the fourth down play at the 28 Any fumble, interception or penalty is win."We moved the ball better than gainers to again make the contest "a
yard line. Union only got two plays costly in a tight game and he who anybody has on Forest in a long, long new game" at 1414. Calvin Taylor's
off one a 12 yard completion from steers clear of those miscues usually time," Hurse said. three yard Jaunt came with 4:07 to
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Bobby Crosby to Griffis, before the comes out on top they contend. The damage started early as John play In the third stanza and with
{ v first half ended with the Indians Another case In point was added to Bennett unwrapped the new offense Schwartzburg's kick tacked on tied
holding their precarious 3-0 advan the coach's side 01 the argument Friday with a six yard gain on the game'sfirst the score again.
: HflLLOWEEnFrom The third quarter was almost a juggling surprisingly) gave host Ocala Forest clicked off 12 markers on the third themselves with the fumbles. Goodge
act, with four turnovers between all it could handle at Booster Stadiumin of the night BHS was stopped on shot a 24 yard pass to Edward
the two teams. Ocala-playing a team that had their first possession but continued to Hamilton in traffic to push the ball In-
Hallmark To You Keystone had a small drive from its talked state title before the season to move the pigskin on their second: time side Forest territory and then
own 40 yard line to the Lake Butler 42 a virtual standoff-only to fall 21-14 as benefited from a diving snatch by
Halloween Cards yard line, before running out of victim of four second half turnovers. up.Goodge found daylight for the first Scott Allen on a 13 yard pass. That
downs. The turnover that stands out came time on first and 10 from the BHS 27, completion put BHS first and 10 at the
& Goods On the first play for the Tigers with 9:06 to play in the tussle when getting nine yards before Bennett 'Cat 25.
Party McDowell fumbled on a play over BUS quarterback Bill Goodge and earned four stripes and a first down. On first down Goodge squeezed
right tackle and the Indiana running back John Bennett couldn't Two more Goodge keepers equaled a everything he could out of the option.
Stop ByAnd recovered the ball on the 47 yard line hook up on an option pitch play from first down, Mike Jordan zipped up the The junior rolled down the line left,
of Lake Butler. Humor made a six the Bradford nine and Forest tackle middle for 10, and Goodge spun off waiting until Forest tacklers all but
Check Out All run around right tackle on first Paul Bischoff dove on the bouncing tacklers on a 17 yard option keeper as had him In their wraps before tossing !
- down,then fumbled the ball and Tiger ball in the end zone. The seven pointswas the game moved into the second: what Hurse admitted might have I
The Fine Hallmark Gift Joey Norman made the recovery at the difference. Earlier though quarter. BHS had first down at the been a forward pass and not a pitch to t
the 43 yard line of Keystone. BHS had kicked away at least a Forest 17 but an illegal motion penal Bennett on the sideline. Bennett pick
Ideas At The Office Shop Lake Butler got the ball and had a chance for a field goal and 17-14 lead ty moved the ball back to the 22, first ed up 12 stripes before stepping out of I
slow drive that ended at the 40 yard when the Tornadoes fumbled at the and 15, and four straight passes were bounds at the eight.
) line of Keystone on a pass Interception Forest eight.Bradford off the mark-leaving BUS with With the lead again staring the Tor-
WEEK OF with Kenny Jennings making the won the battle of total yar .nothing to show for the march. '. ;, .nadpes lit the race BHS gave the pall
FINAL snag for the Indians A:" dage by a slim 284 to 250 margin, and.. Forest, which had been plugged up**,I;J8way to'Jortl down YrNe t
Qr. Keystone had the ball three downs, was even in the first down count 11 to on Its first drive when'Allen Scott"*i(1C Cooclge ''i'l'1tl' gntrted! : Int&
then fumbled the ball right back to 11. But, the Tornadoes lost the battleof (eight tackles, three assists for the the hands of Forest' Johnnie Hoganat
) UCHS, with Tiger Bobby Crosby turnovers with their four night), Kevin Reddish, and Danny the nine.
A recovering the ball on the 44 yard line giveaways to Forest's one and that (seven stops, four assists) As good as the veer had been for the
of Keystone. was the war. combined to halt Stanley Edwards on Tornadoes it had turned against them
Union moved the ball out to the 48 BHS went to the veer offense the a third and one dive play, abruptly for the second time.
__ yard line, before facing the fourth Tornado offense of recent campaigns, started to move the ball on Its second "It's an offense that can make the
down punting situation that turned for the first time in 79, with junior possession.The big, big play... but you can also beat
the ball over to the Indians at their quarterback Goodge steering the offense Wildcats churned 78 yards to yourself with it," Nurse admitted
own 49 yard line masterfully against the surprised the game's first score, getting one Monday. "It's kind of like living by
Keystone moved the ball down to Wildcats. Goodge netted 211 yardsin first down on the ground, moving to the sword and dicing by the sword
the 45 yard line then ran into a fourth total offense with 158 yards on 19 the eight on a 59 yard pass play from when you handle the ball on the outside
down and long yardage, after runs and four completions for 63 QB Henry Priest to a wide open Mark option like that."
penalties put the Indians back. stripes. He threw for the first Tornado Yandle, and finally scoring on a three The sword was to find its mark in
The punt was downed by the Tigers score and ran for the second. yard stab by fullback Calvin Taylor. BHS again shortly.
at the 29 yard line. On the second: "It was by far our best effort of the Paul Scwartzburg's kick gave the Forest got breathing room on runs
down play the Tigers fumbled again, year" said BHS Coach David Hurse, hosts 7-0 lead with 7:14: to go in the totaling 25 yards by Edwards and
SOME this time giving the Indians the ball at forgetting the turnovers long enoughto half.The Earl Tucker and Hodges pinned BHS
OF THE MANY the LB 24 yard line. remember the sturdy effort his 2-5 long pass play was one of the back to its-nine with a 34 yard punt.
ITEMS ON SALE ARE On a third down play Kenny Jenn- troops gave against a 5-2 opponent. few times Forest burned the inexperienced On Bradford's first down play
ings broke loose for a sprint around "We played fine football, except we BHS secondary, which Hurse said"we lust didn't execute the
HON Letter left end and the second: Keystone had a few too many mistakes." Secondary Coach Mike Hartley said option well, we had been all night but
Size Files score for the night. The extra point Asked how much the change to the played its best game of the season. that was one of the few mistakes we

OuaMy*> a DuOgal "' to madium. uta PaftacI aligning cradlaa SAVE were in front 9-0 with 7:15 answered quickly, "completely... first time Friday," Hartley said. mark but rushed and Bennett couldn't
"nava 10 nylon. roiiafa, lot amootn' draw. .,.inulelleft In the game. completely. BUS continued to flaunt the favored find the handle, losing the ball as he
acton 0......ar. 26' caw wilnJ5 Associated The two teams exchanged the ball "The key fumble was the first one Wildcats, turning its possession after fell. Both Goodge and Bennett watched -
ol/maida HWig' apaca Aluminum "Binders.....,. ., twice before Keystone got the ball for (at the OF eight)," the Tornado boss the kickoff into a seven play-77 yard helplessly from the ground as the
".."'.lalMl"holder. !hum!>lalcn vu H..I, C.:' ,nn".'W n ... the next scoring drive. declared. "Kenny Clark has been drive that evened the count. Two pigskin trickled into the endzone for
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follow bKKk 19 WiM I N(.*.,!wopm pi.l.cj;"cmpWn""n," Closing' uutcftMoniunlai ."..... Keystone at the 22 yard line after at- have all the confidence in the world he show. On a third and one from the go the gift gave Forest a 21-14 advantage
p 4 Drawer 52" Nigh fiunl. *no beck pocneii et*.>." tempting to convert on fourth down could have kicked a field goal to put BHS 32 Goodge read the Forest that
.... R e0 I131'. S".*.*naicf en..H 3 hot* gamble. us up 1714. It would have made it defense for a keeper, slicing througha Edward Hamilton almost put BUS
I CAPACITY r4 On first down Hurner opened up awfully tough for them to come back hole off tackle and weaving 35 yards back in a deadlock on the kickoff
$1165 'ou'OIlC"'II'IILU C'q'AM,SI !; with a pass to Jeff Stone, who was the way we were playing defense at to the Wildcat 33. A strange pass play return, sprinting through a crack at
-1 2 Drawer MEG rtde open on the goal line, for the last that time.." where Goodge caught his own throw the 27 and Just missing going all the
0 1 95 i 'Ore of the night The extra point BUS' net of 284 yards (batted back by the 'Cat line) for a way before settling for a 48 yard
R eg. "05'" kick was blocked by the Tigers but the figures to nearly 6.5 per offensive seven yard loss cornered BHS Into a return to the OF 42. The Wildcat
$8915 r CAPACITY Indians had an insurmountable 15-0 play and the 14 points scored on fourth and eight from the situation. defense put the clamps on the Tornadoes
toucan lOUCIHflllHBlAC atButt advantage with only 1:44: left in the Forest's proud defense Goodge then dropped back and rifled from there.
BEO .M I game. (self-proclaimed the 'Bone Crush'n a stike to slanting wideout Scott Allen, Hodges came up with another of the'
3.95 SAVE Wildcats') was equaled only by who took the ball In stride at the 21 key plays in the Forest win after
.. .. and angled in untouched for the TD. Bradford's punt. With a third and 18
Clark's kick leveled the score with from the Tornado 43 Hodges took the
oeBassvles..tolal 2:31 showing on the clock.A center snap from a tailback position i
15 yard pass interference penalty and booted a 41 yard quick kick to the I
J. CAWLEY
against BHS and a 15 yard sideline two yard line. I
throw'from Priest to Willie King moved With Just 3:04 to go and Bradford,
.AuLLoaAwLE.ARD' Forest to the Tornado 32 with 47 out of timeouts (the last Tornado I
seconds to go in the half but BHS held clock-stopper was used accidently by I
LlR' the hosts out as Allen Scott belted a player) BHS had too far to go.Three i
VICTOR POST OFFICE BOX 852 Priest down for a five yard loss and runs added up to just three yards and I I
fourth and seven by Goodge was
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FL. 32690 two passes were covered well. pass
Forest opened' the last half with a Intercepted by standout 'Cat
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Secretarial LAND CLEARING DEMOLITION FILL DIRT soph linebacker Mark Crews stoppedthe seconds left Wallace carried the baU
.9 .' $59591 ROAD WORK I HOCK CLAY return for Just a five yard gain. Into the endzone but a clipping penalty -
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Posture Chair BEACH WORK 'EAT'' BUILDERS SAND OF ran out of downs and punted. on the return negated the score.
,. The Tornadoes then made the first I
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t o when Goodge went the wrong way on Tornado Defensive Coordinator
I $9869 a busted play and then fumbled the Mike Sexton was pleased with his I
f VICTOR 1OOCALCULATOR ball over to Forest at the BHS 29. This defensive front, babY:In disappointed
h. 2'/ Wid
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of allowIng
time the mistake didn't hurt u Priest -
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12950 Inches sneak. On fourth down the I thought we did a fun Job, but a'
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Ii j.: '4 v Reg .54" "V Reddish popped on long pass play... and then hurt us on a i
'D. .\ p.r real big third down play (Hodges 32 i
:1'; L.:,, ,' ll j Cus A"d Mor.AtTh. Metal Culvert' Pipes For' Driveways, And ,Drainage Goodge took Just two plays to stun yard run off tackle that set Forest up'. i
: for the score that tied the
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a ef score that pushed Bradford In front when we Just messed up our align :
lt OfficeShop Specializing. In Mitered End Sections And Elbows for the first time in the game. On a ment. If they hadn't had those two big'"
deckedfor plays think we would have beaten:
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Desk CalendarsFor towards daylight at the Tornado 20. Defensive Front Player of the Week?:
.. now c...... ,.; swerving against the grain and award given by Sextoa. <,
ig Desk Top .,..... ,..,_ Free Deliver. } through two tacklers at the 35, for Darryl Thornton and Kenny;! !
tryV rolling the last 65 yards untouched Etherldge shared the Defensive'
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Cove 441 *Green. squad wen 'Us first game in four tries .

ent Into h crunching M Keystone 27.0 Saturday. .. _
missionnllocked before "Our blocking and tackling Improved
: in a <0-0> tie the
Clay County team cored on a 12 play 100 percent and we had outstanding I I __ ; r I Ifr
51 yard drive to lead M. efforts from Mike Bearden on
and Allen Jones offense. If
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came right *back M I' ,
Phillip' Pritchett scampered 57 yards we can get the same against Green"
for the tieing score on the first offen- Cove (2-1-1)( next week we can win ,
live play after the kickoff Pace said.
For
the '
Prltchett Jones had 171 yards and three TD's .
had 122 yards on 13 'fo4t"
carries
while and three extra points rushing on 28 _
running
mate John8l
carries Henderson wen; for stripes on U tote passes' and for 35 completed yards and four one score.of eight His C:: TG&Y w 4i

It was the defense that carried the runs covered 40, 25, and 10 yards and : ""
}load for Union again Grady Cochran his scoring pass went for 20 yards to ,
led the stoppers with nine tackles and Timmy Jackson Aiding the offensive fabric ,:
two assists while cause were 53 yards on 13 carries by shops
Jimmy
Murphy was .
Harden and Ronnie WoodaU's '
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ble, Brett Parrish had five tackles two catches: for 15 stripes .

In Melvin Paulk and Ken Johns figured, recoveries Bearden and came was up In with on five two tacklesto fumble }

"The 0JLnveand defense Kent played Harrison Its usual four.great lead the defense harden added Sew for fun. :

game" said Union coach Doyle seven tackles and three assists while .
White in
Kemp. "The offense needs Jasper was on seven stops
to
themselves get Allen Parrish six Eric Pace five, andBob .

gressively for together the whole and game.play ag We Johns four.Union for savings With these
had the ball inside their 20 three times ;
and didn't score."We've County to Hold

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the best in the league but the boys On Saturday Nov. 24 Union Coun ail4irnefavorites -< :
have to realize it themselves." ty's Pop Warner Classic II will be i+f
held at Union School
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Obituaries

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Mr. Claude R. Bradford. ace 76.of gO VE
RU1.Start,died Friday morning In W1Tti Turn Your ShoppingV.
the V.A. Hospital Gainesville altera
brief illness. Mr.Bradford bad lived
in UM Starke area for UM past 21 .: '"' "'" "' ''' "' : '"" ; "' "" '-.- : '. ; ; ; '
years coming here fromPhUadeiplila. 1
Pa., where be wa. a
retired policeman and a member of tL1L''
the Masonic Order. He was an Army S
veteran.a farmer,and member the A
Methodist Church. From 190 until
1971 be operated a pecan shelling
business at the Fanners Market
Surviving is his wife.Mrs.Rebecca
Bradford of Starke. I
Funeral services were held Sunday,
+
Oct. 21, at 2:30 P.M. In the DeWitt C. and
Jones Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev.George L.Harper officiating.
ferment was in the family plot In
Crosby Lake Cemetery.
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Retired Air Force Tech. Set-
Jerome Franklin Colle)?. age 42. of
Colorado Springs. CO. died at his
home Sept 27. He was born in Starke
Nov. S, 1836. Mr. CoUev served 20 ,
years in the Air Force during which : ((1SCO I :r
time be attended numerous higher .
educational courses.He was a student 50C .. .. ASTOR a .
of the Nazarene Bible College Col SAVE ARROW *$!
orado Springs and a member of the : .
Eastborougb Church of the Nazarene.He COFFEE \ ? :
lived in Minot. ND before movingto : CRISCO : DETERGENTS
Colorado Springs in April. 1977.
Survivors include: his wife. Mrs.
Lois Coliey. Colorado Springs; his

orado mother Springs.Mrs. Margery formerly Coliey.of Starke Col-; #T 39 hss

two sisters Mrs Shirley Salzman 1 3
McLean VA. and Mrs. Martha Gur-
wit, Columbia. MO., and four nieces. $169 TOP ? lea p 99c ;;
Funeral services were! held on Oct. 1 SAVE .. 49-oz.
in Fredencktown,Ohio with burial InCbestervilJe IB. VALUE ,

Ohio. CAN J STAMPS :, 50' ; BOX [

Thorn J.Crawford,M limit 1 with $7,50 *
% limit 1 with '7.10.rm.n ,,, porches* xcl. dRs.sn.r SAVE 30C
4' ..
Mr. Thomas J. Crawford, age 88, sturchcii xcl. cl, + '
died in Ocala Monday morning following
a lingering illness.Born in Nassau J X -
County, Fla., July 5. 1891, be lived in
Starke most of his life, moving to
Ocala in 1977. Mr. Crawford was a
retired farmer and was a member of
the Union Primitive Baptist Churchat HtfTf TAll FISCHERS BEER
Heilbronn Springs. KITCHEN BAGS 0g. 99 ,
Survivors include: his wife, Nettie 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ruth Howard Crawford; three EXTRA ABSORSENT / CHEK ,
daughters, Maggie May Stilwell and PAMPERS o' $669 PAK
Nora Thomas, both of Orlando and !AEIME 0 000 6 12-ox. $119l'llBEANS
Annie May Farmer, Lakeland; one 4f DRINKS NRB
sister Mrs. Cass Howard, Orlando; box.
four grandchildren and nine great . 28c
grandchildren.Graveside ASTOR ieit37o
funeral services were '17-0.. CENTRAL VALLEY
held at 3:00 P.M.Wednesday Oct.24, SWEET PEAS . . CAN 38 BURGUNDYWINE
in Mt. Zion Swift Creek Cemetery In THRIFTY MAID $1 atnaR$99TOMATO
Union County with Elder Herman 6
Moody officiating. DeWitt C. Jones CATSUP 0 0 0 0 0 STl.' 69 12_. 000 0 0 0' an.
. Home of Starke was in charge of ar REGULAR t THIN CANSMUELLERS
RIGHTS
QUANTITY
rangements. I .
SPAGHETTI PKO.15M. SSc RESERVED INC.SPAGHETTI .
WINN-mxiE STORES
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THRIFTY MAID COPYRIGHT-)979
Lawrence Erhart,M
) SAUCE . 3 i:' 99c ,
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Mr. Lawrence Erhart 94, resident .. .. .. ., '
C..CKIN'GOOD .. .. rRLMO
South of Starke, died r
of 301 .,
Highway .. .. .
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Hospital Thursday,following Oct.'lB,In an Bradford extended Count 11-. CHOCOLATE N ', S .2 rKOS: ,, $'00.: + ...ULAC.... > .ex. 'iji.: '1.. n. ,,;.:(,

Iness. Mr. Erhart was born in Ger. DISH LIQUID . . . "f: 89c i HARVEST FRESH
) many and moved to New York in 1907. DEEP SOUTH ALL PURPOSE
He served in WWI and WWII and was
retired from the Merchant Marines. j "'' ;.
Mr. Erhart moved to Starke in 1947 fIil1,?(.",

where he has resided since. 'i I -.f:9CRlln.. TOMATO SAUCE . . 3 Sa,00
Survivors include: one daughter, THRIFTY MAIDTOMATO
Miss Idamarie Erhart, New York; C
two grandchildren and one f'SAVE4O L. *l. PASTE . . .1 Ss00 LB.
greatgrandchild. I.: THRIFTY MAIDLONG
Graveside funeral services were '!SAUSAGE, HAMBURGER, ". ': GRAIN RICE . . 5.1a *14' BAG
conducted at 2:30 p.m.Tuesday,Oct. CHEESE OR PEPPERONI : pApn PIn" THRIFTY MAIDQUICK ,
23 at Crosby Lake Cemetery with GRITS..5 -99'
Father Joung, officiating. Archer. '
Tanner Funeral Home was In chargeof ;,TOTINO'S IS ULP-RISINO A PLAIN

arrangements. I ', PILLSBURY FLOUR . . 5 -89' .
f P I ZZA THRIFTY MAIDCORNED '

BEEF . . '&:' *1M
EASTERN RED & GOLDENDELICIOUS
Cecil Faulkner
George THRIFTY MAIDLUNCHEON
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Mr. George Cecil Faulkner 37, of 1' TOP MEAT . . '-99' APPLES. .4 IAO 99c.
CRACKINGOOD rwiST; RINGS STICK &RODS HARVEST FRESH RED DELICIOUS EASTERN "
310 S E. 3rd Ave Lake Butler died
Tuesday morning Oct. 23, in Shands VALUE PRETZELS . . . .2 A7. *1M LARGE APPLES .9 POll .99cr. ,
in Gainesvilleafter STAMP' .
Teaching Hospital
12-0 DIXIE DARUNO HARVEST FRESHBARTLETT
Graduating a sudden illness.from Union County SIZE%. FAMILY BREAD .:. :. .3 "o r" $1 lot PEARS 8 FOR $]00

High School 1962, Mr. Faulkner lived DIXIE DARUNO HARVEST FRESH
most of his life in the Raiford and PRESTIGE ROLLS . ... . 2 :Mme.89c:: POMEGRANATES 3 $100
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Lake Butler communities and was a
DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE ..
.. OCEAN SPRAY FRESH .' d L- IM\; '
mechanic. include CLUSTER ROLLS . : ., 2 S3, 89 ,- '
his Mr.
Survivors : parents CRANBERRIESHARVEST ,. 69e
. PK.
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and Mrs. George Faulkner of Lake DIXIE DARLING HALF RINO .' .
Butler; one lon, Richard Devon ... !, POUND CAKE . . . 'ir. 99c FRESHCARROTS '. lot. "'' .
Faulkner of Jacksonville; five .. s. . '*o 49
brothers.John of Jacksonville Bill of .
3 MINUTE IRAND

Jacksonville Starke Roy and of Callahan.Drexal of Gerald Jacksonville of- .. -,, 10 But Lnnllkltkfller FORA POPCORN. . . ; *p9
fire sisters, Miss Lee
; Mary SUNNY '
Faulkner of Lake Butler Mrs. THRIFTY MAID .. PUNCH ; MAipj&i 79c '
Virginia Forsyth of Raifonl, Mrs. QUICK AND . .
Carrie Clark of Tampa Mrs. Alice uCE T.
Vallerchamp of Jacksonville and 1 TASTYBREAKFAST w
Mrs. Vera Hendrix of Dallas,Texas. '
Funeral services will be held today -- MILK !
(Thursday)Oct.25,at 2:30 pm in Archer .
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. ASTOR FROZENORANGE ... .. .. .
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Raymond Baer, Rev. Bill Delaney : "'. ...--

and Burial Rev.will Hugh follow Walters in officiating. Q399.. ALL 'URI'OSI :"';.;.M.'.,.
Sapp Cemetery HALF 19 .. % a Vv |
under the direction of Archer Funeral GAS. 4 JUICE CANi3 RID OR WHITE ;,
Home of Lake Butler. "t'
BUTTIRMILK :
mE RIOULAR OH POTATOES

Vivian Grit,.s McMillan aTAMPa DOWNYFLAKEWAFFLES ..
Funeral services for Vivian Griffls 2 12.... $100
McMillan were held at 12:30 p.m. on "KOS, :
Oct.12.1979 the Chapel of Hardage- 5 LB. 6ge
Krauss Southside Funeral Home, BAG
Rev. Frank M.Pearl Jr., .
officiating. KOUNTRV FRESH AU NATURAL SWANION'S BEEF TURKEY *CHICKEN

I 4 Heights Interment Cemetery followed In In Keystone Keystone ICE CREAM . . '. : oawi $1" POT PIES .. .'. .,'..' .. fi. . 2 : .. *1M J

Height She died from Injuries sus- dXIANA CHUN KING MEAT 4 SHRIMP'EGG U S- NO 1 YIUOW

tamed in an automobile. accident on JELLY DONUTS .. .. .. '"sr' 69 ROLL <. .t'. : ., p 99c
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r ; Oct. 10. DIXIANA! SAVI 10- DWIANA POLY SAO.''* : ,.r+- 0' NI'OMS
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.; resided A native In of Jacksonville Gainesville,at she 12323 had HONEY BUNS . . .'. % 69 SHOE PEG CORN . P . -99'
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Jf Toucan Drive the past 10 years and MORTON MINCI. e ."" SAVE 1O>'-;Om ANA 1'Ot'f1AG .

3 was formerly employed by PUMPKIN PIE . . . '::" 99c' SOUP MIX . '. .:;. ':'= 99c C
,, Baymeadows Country Club. MORTON .. SAVE 10 DDOANA) POLY tAO LB. 49
Survivors include: a dear friend, ": w ", aa ;; ; VEGETABLESs 99 BAO'IAVI .-
BREAST 0' CHICKEN ; .' $24J.t''." STEW ,
Toucan
Phil Doran, 12323 Drive, '
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Jacksonville two daughters Teresa 10- ORA WA CRINKIE CUT \3 r:# W' PET APPLE StACKtERRr {
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i Brown and Rhonda Swingle: a granddaughter POTATOES . . : .. :.! '.,. :.'44.993, PEACH COBBLER . .. '.11'. 'X1/1 ...;:. "
\ Christina Sw ;gje, all of SEA PAKONION : ffl. II ', SAVE IS SUPERSRAND -J' f{

I Lake Brown Ariel of Keystone Penn.; a Height son Randy; her RINGS .. .., ../. :W 99.r '\, WHIPPED TOPPING .:.k . .2 ::.1 U''* ; ,,'
SAVE 20' SOOTH KIR BATTSX 'i DIXIANA DEEP DISH. t
and
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mother and father,Mr. Marcus ,
r. p Griffin. at Keystone Heights a FISH STICKS 0 . . i)o' 0 '1" PIE: SHELLS 00 0 ',.o 79f' t4 :):
brother, Raymond C. GrlffU of New ; : : 0..0:0: : :

f'f'f Gillette York; and and two Carolyn sisters Kovae.Shirley Ann .. .,. 'U_,",''.',.<.'.JJ'iA '.J''''''!''It'''' ''''. ll'.h"'I.I\J" ; \, I'..,' .."_ : )', .. wi*


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KRAFT MAYONNAISE
PINKY PlO '
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SLICED PINKYPIaS \
PRISM POfitC lOItJ
PORK LOIN BULLY QUAOTIB. $sues INTO '. ... .-. . 11I11I .
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. '- $]19 Ground Beef . :::: $469 STAMPS o .

MESH PORK TAR, MET OftNeckbones MCKOKY SWtET '.- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASI Of 0
': 3-Le. PKO. W-O BRAND PURL SEA.
, . 49C Sliced Bacon -: 99C '
' GROUND BEEFCOUPON
: EP NATURALLY AOEO(ONELESS CYC! W-D IKAND SMOKED PORK$

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,\ EP ONE ONE!IN USDA MESH MM REAOV OOUNTtY

Chuck astfD7 . $179 rU Fryers ..r. 69C . . Bo- .l
USDA CHOICE!HEI NATURALLY AGED IONEIESS W-O HAND MEATFranks
1 .. 12_. ,. 100 EXTRA __
Stew Meat . u.. $189' .' Ka 99c
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W-D NAND WHOA HOO ROLL ROUHDSTEAK 9 9: ,
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USDA CHOICE SEEP NATURALLY AGED ROUND IONI! Moan: f.n n IMC w.._.-.e.1D WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASI OP .
SHOULDER ROAST . aI. $1' Sliced Bacon .I1': Smllsoge . . &II. 'II' 1-L/. CUP PAIMITTO PARMS

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SPORTS FOB BINTiNew house on Kvysfcanv: Plrei at lids CASH FOR GOlOt Sterling, LIltr'CvuMyWat' "dI' *

Lok. G.n.val,300: foot ..' ""':' : .. .. ,; ", ,::..IiI"11I coin*. l{ '
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lakelront. 2Bft., A/C ; .. ; vi'
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mature couple/ preferred FOUND Sat p.m.. mole YARD sAi.'f..rl utrtlfyrotfef .\. ,

BRIEFSStarke unfurnished. $J50 mon puppy lob/greyhound ( ., /.. !!i blnel and :; G.' INSURANCE

Call Jan 786-6044. block, with collar no top, ....Iv... sM ntt. Whit. L LO.. 'IA1I' PEIONALSERVICES PERSONAL .
>< thly. f
:A lake Geneva or.oIt., Sand lake. ".352. Follow /4.w's.d.d .
3tpd 1011.25AMERICAN SERVICES MAINIS INSURANCI AGONCVi -
lINGO- 4732111. tfnchg 10/11 the signs., Friday and he, on I
LEGION 160 S. lake Av*., lake
Men's Satur DEADLINE fdr doss \ Saturday. 10..m. 6pm .balbm ......
north .
21 WII.r.96.3975.
CompleteInsurance
Highway advertising In Monitor'Tuesday : Itpd (VJ ilOSTt Good$ i lts M dlsobvni for CUSTOM MADIDRAPIRIEStPr. DOZKR OR ORAOUNI work .
and Sunday 2 Servk. TFN
Flag Football day7pm. WM cash, 1 to S with All kind. Grading
at noon prior to male German acre nice *
Invited. EVERYONE U INIURABlEtImmediate
p",. Public tfnehg $" lb.. 'InKeyifoo'i tree lake estimate*. local drainage, clearing or fishpond !
Kitchen's Tile the Thursday (Issue fjZUrtt'.tI v jh.phrd jp \ overlooking by
-Sonny's Barbequeand bale 1., i ffWf$3.500 distributor for completelywashable work done by contract coverage ,
ChongSfWlHclassifieds .'". Dog I* on $500
Mac's Music Shop stayed on the FOR (All .Christmas ponies Ii I to appear nott,nolly or by the hour. Free phone JOB USHERAGINCY196.2126
> dow
Gentle should oloBe. medkatlanT 73-4780 or >v$50_tho Commer-
tracks of collision trade. or
unbeaten a course sale
for or advertised Gard."". estimates. Dwight
with wins in Starke Rec. Dept. Men's for children. Also some made prior to the noon 173.4ie01tpd: 10/25 del lot en '..21 North Draperies. law Enter Williams 496-2968. after 7p.m. 496-29O3.TFN

Flag Football Sunday afternoon. horse Call 473-4811 deadline. FOR SALE, A acres on grod- ovollobl. Owner- prl.... Id or Lema 8/23 TFN.
smothered LWCI37-0 togo 11115 FOR RINTt Trailer 2 81t with .1 4M-4379.' 2/22 DO YOU FORGET relative
KT-Sonny's Stchg 10/12- *-Jed food wooded home* Meld / Stephen. 494.27tV. "/,
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to 5-0 while Mac's snuffed out the VISIT THIBARN"- Hwy. 21 emended living 1*'. liar moblleihomes. $...500, r' TFN. end friend on birthday. FOR SALE
harks 34-12 to up its card to 4-0 on the North next to Spring Lok.Groc.ry. High Ridge' {states.deposit. II' ..u% UTerms. 473O8I4. Itpd>" '.. FOR tAlEi.Two acre* MSIM ClAKKU lAW SHOP Com- and anniversaries. ? let me
SI 50 month Evi <0 near ".,.t... and
help by addressing
season. The two league-leaders meet Antiques, used 10/29 plat sharpening service,
282-9498. Mid.' Height. $)00 down. *'1." NICE HOME on well land-
Sunday. Nov. 4, in the game that will furniture and collectables. Ings hand circular, mower mailing card to them for
tfnchg 10/18 per month. Phone 47V40Mor blade Will also do Christmas coped acre lot. located
almost surely decide the 1979 league dleburg. chain caw. leave you.
king. Open. 7 day a week chg FOR SALIt White Victorian lOSTf4 Male block and ton r ",..,*, oHer. 6 p..... of Crew Building Supply. card Call 496-2328 for in.lormelon near center of town. Many

In other action Sunday the Ruffriders 10/4 25 platform wicker rocker In O6berrr>ar> .,;!jn Keystone 1/2 13/27"4, lake .u,..... 7/3 TFN. 10/" 4tpd 10/2S pecan hade tree Deep
FOR SALES 3BR. 2 bath new brio last Saturday. I.I home well/ and city water and
Dog BABYSIT
Will In
claimed their first win of the perfect condition. S350. FOR SAlfi 1973 Skyline SEPtic TANK AND GREASE
home with fireplace. Deer Unusual round white on medication. No ID tog mobile homo 12x64 TRAP cleonouf Trailer' anytime day or night.$20 a ._er. Thr. BR, 2 bath,
the Click Beetles 28R
popping Rood. $l t00 dawn.poym.n. ,
campaign, Springs wrought Iron glass-topped Reward offered. 473-3728. no down payment. $3.200. roofs and metal roof cool week, or $1.90 per hour 2-car garage, hardwoodoak
under $250
27-18
floor, Eat In kitchen.
2tchg 10/23-M/l sealed. Day or night Phone Linda at 496-2328. -
table with 4 chair withuphol.t.r.d 42.226.1khg' 10/23. ser
37 LWCI month. Phon. Bob Harris,
KT-Sonny's r.movobl. vice. __.-bl.. Joe Fore 10/" 4tpd '10/29 .Cedar closet. CH/A. family

Randall McGee threw TD passes of 964-5533 or 473 3133. ..... ... rib.. 4311022. All room end screened porch.
'' '
30 and 20 to Dale Haas and lone Stchg 11/1 cuhlons. SSOO. Call ,;, aJ"
yards available.
: 'tr'.0 Adjacent ocr.
Wayne Teston to give KT-Sonnys a FOR SALIi 1968 Plymouth 473-3641 2tchg :;., \.., ,,,,...,...t.l......ig.,. "g:1.'..'...',''' ...........,W..'.......,.;.. TEN business appreciated. 3/31 W. S. Rivers, 496-2241 or

12-0 halftime lead and pinpointed station wagon. A/C, PB, 10/18-0/23. 'FLEAKETi Carl 496-3841. TFchg
three more aerial scores after Inter. PS. reliable transportation, FOR SALES Quality Starcroft J. :....._,.J,.".... .._.. ....". ,. ...;-"."." SEWING MACHINI Fillyaw $ BEDROOM 2 bath. central

mission as the league leaders blew regular gas, good condi pop-up camp.r, Sleeps 8. 2 : ferE r..G'fji}: D .' DUI TO MVOICI" Plumbing heat/air brick, carpet. 810N

out to a 37-0 win. lion. $350. 6592254. Itpd tables/ stove, sink, .' \\;. .: ,.; :" "' ,...... \\'i.' ....,..""..;;''':''...,.,..! Sing. Future. On. of .E, 3rd St. IB. Call
McGee's second half TD passes 10/25 refrigerator heater, i nIGOTv\; ; : : S,""..', finest. Doss all Service Co. 496-2776' after 4 p.m.

went to Teston (60 yards), and Dennis UPHOLSTERY DONE In my carpeted. S2.400. Keystone < ; i" "" ",.e''A"' stitches: buttonhole, blind Fit. 4 Bon. BOT7 2tchg. 102511/1.

Crawford (30 and 20 yards). The final home your fabric or min.. Heights 473-2910. tfnchg ; i'f O hem, monogram, etc. !like City F''.. 32088
10/18 .1 <,,,_,. : ,. .,. Sold
KT-Sonny's score came when Johnnie ., .v. new $589.90. Balance
Also recliner for sole ,"" I MARY KAYCOSMETICS(
Powell picked off a LWCI pass and need b. recovered FOR SALIi DEER SPRINGS .: I S'8' :' \\r.\\ "" "' ""' $194 or t3/monlh..' Will Phone 755-0563 I II

scampered 40 yards to paydirt. $100 with to material. Two BR. 2 baths, carport, :, .,..... :: <" : .,...",,..... .."l. 1".y" .'. : ;!.!,!:... take older machine: ai par I It No Answer.

Erie Biggs, Haas, and Milton Baker my only $990 down. Phon. Bob j A'D Gr : 'S'] r rI tlol payment. For free

also had swipes to pace the winner's 473-2595 Itchg 10/25 Harris. 964-5933 t>f\\" .!I .. .. ,.."" ....".. ,., ,.....f.II"...,)!'."..,.".'."" ,.,..',''',,'. ,....,.,.. home trial and delivery Call,' Alter 0 PM. louise Starling
MACHINI .
.
SEWING ,. '
473-3133. 10/18 2tpd I "
'. call credit
shutout effort .c..fj.- J" manager collect; "
1" 473 30 2
"DUE TO DIVORCE"Sing.r 10/23. '.. '.. "_.'W" ;,( ,4i'.a. .,i)1J.) 'F..,":,. U iI''........ 904-376-4467. tfn 10/18 Evening Keytlone, Height
Futuro On. of ,

Mac's 36- Shark IZ Sin. .0...,'*_ finest. final all-.. I
QB Chris Chandler had a hand in
.'ilch... buttonholes, blind
every Mac's score as the winners
etc.
turned on the afterburners In the second hems monogram.
Sold new $589.50. Balance

the Sharks.half and won going away over $194. or $13 monthly Will YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE

Chandler scrambled for TD scoresof list toke. old.r machine For a. free par.

20 and 10 yards and threw a 47 yard payment.
home trial and deliverycall

a touchdown 13 yarder pass to Ulysses to Everett Dommon Hampton, anda credit manager collect : .
It.
904-376-4467.. tfn 10/18 GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST
4 yard toss to Fred Hollis. -

The Sharks, who were still in the FOR RENT Trencher compactor .

game down 15-6 at the half, scored on cement mixer,

a four yard pass from Greg Haile to pre.iure wa.her, lawn f

Johnny Nichols and an 18 yard toss mower. tiller, othei SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN

from Ha lie to Benny Hudson. garden auto and construction
tools. KEYSTONE RENTALS

Riders 27- 'Beetles 18 Hwy. 21 North '

Mike Stuart scored three times as 473.2995. TFchg SECTION.

the Ruff riders came back from a 12-7 WORK WANTED House tCLASSIFIED

halftime deficit to overturn the Click repairs, roof repair. barns

Beetles and claim their first win. built, painting room additions ,

Stuart scored on passes covering 11 screen porches, etc.
and three yards from John Lewis and no lob too small Mi....'. .

returned an interception 32 yards to small repairs.
J w, .. ,
give the winners their 27.18 advan- "3997-day, or 473-2803- .' u.", i.. .

tage. The other Ruffrider tally cameon alter 5 p.",. tfnchg 8/23 '.

dy a Corbin.four yard toss from Lewis to Ran MASONRY brick stone.WORK SpecializingIn Block, I Shop The Sun's Classified secti n < '


41 The Click Beetles took the lead on a fireplaces, new or

four yard pass from Tom Paladino to rebuilt. No lob too larg. or

. Jackson Prevatt and a 35 yard pass too small. Call .473-2841 for values.
play from Prevatt to Jim Lewis but in tfnchg 10/25 every day great shopping

the second half could manage only a

23 yard TD pitch from Prevatt to MOBIL! HOME' '
William Muse. .. "

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Sunday, Oct. 28 games

.. .
Sharks
KT-Sonny's: (BUS) I '
.. ., .
'Beetles LWCI 3 (BUS) ... ,.... iJ- .... .n ..."...r\ .11"..' .. "1, "liwM'l..ell
'Riders Mac's 3 (LWCI) f11"!'1VTT"J .dtWr ,. 4f.f. T...., '4 ,..,. .-"1.

AIR, CONOITIONINO, ttfr.ger; *COMPTROllER* INSURANCE> [ INSPECTOR
etlon mechanic 9 yr*experience
) required G'..", firm established For medium SI.. well ..tbll Fart ...... lompecting, home for
77 yrs High wage, full .recl North F'.. aulo dealer. Insurance. Some evperlence
STANDING Wdnlh.h.
f lm*work Reolvs In strict' cone.mg./ Prefer bacHoownd in GM helpful Ideal for fireman. Novernloht
.TII..y'.S.Agw I.. dence. Send; return to P O BOK ccnuntn0Must. al Ho manaoeand travel but must 6..w
_<'t MuiKIh I.>... 4.* leek G'.."'.. ri. 37607 or 37A-423I: grain' .m." slat Send rerntKne dependable transportation
.... 11 ) 'In .trlcfcllit confidence lo Write or call: USI 4IS1 Memorial 1
ASSISTANT PLANT ENGNtER Dept M'1304. Sun Drawer A, Dr Suite 211 A. oecatur, OA
CII' 0..0er 1.1LWCI .. Gaintevllle.' 32607 30037 Call (- 295.0/31,
... FEE PAID TO T28,0l1! I MAIN NANCE Supervisor" ,
.vH.'..... ti Fortune SOO company ..oanslonneed txcellent opportunity for proml-/
*backorouncllnc.h.no., CANVASSERSExperience tent firm/ """"mo. PLUS. Call
," and IntfaHatlon m.nW.ctale Job Action." 323OO. Fee TermsMANAGERaOOKKECPER
.....,_. .. needed '
Starke Ree.Women's "'CT'VITIECOORD'N..TOR' (no C PI Call Su e.n..n
FLORIDA rx r Instructor' retarded women In 3/36/11. Srwlimo SpellingAt'tdRNEV Immediately local horn de* Needed for retail store. Good
Tennis Starhe.Ft. group horn BA. end I In house S t.". livery food service Salary plus I&,.r... Itnowledoe of booklteep*
year .._.,....,. required 92OO .dmlnl'r."". work. Overt term ..e..n' camm/SsIOn. Ideal. Ing reoulred Apply' 'In person. *
I fringe' Send r..u.'o Volunft to *montM With long term pott- morning afternoon position for Sit NW 23rd Avenue
Results from last week's play in the 4, .cr" of America, 933 Peninsular .,Ibimie., For JPD. call Mrs. nousewlve. .*.. 3-3 nr.. per day. Call DRIVER for sandwich shop.
THEATRE >. 3/7 746 for Mr CevH Mus have .
Starke Recreation Department's f .c..ck".II..FL" 32TO Mercer 3/7 *JIO( own car. 3/3 aS 9

Women's Tennis League: .
......... ....... "
Colleen Pike defeated Sylvia Tatum SS.....55....... S .

8-1, Gwen Gray def. Darlene Ball 8-2, Fri., Sat. & Sun

Marie Wynn def. Phyllis Huggins 8-2, -
'"BU' r R EG"'L"
Ella Cooney won forfeit Darlene Ball Jerry Reed 13710HARFREO SACRIFICE 1966 FORD MUSTANGCOMPLETELY
AUTO ANNEX '77CRANPRIXexcellent REBUILT
def. Linda Tatum 82. I944N. Man' !n. >?*.*M. coodttton 1/5 *.... Call alter 6 pm. 3tvev
andDomDeluise '
nC.OILL..C)6CUTL"'S5 I ; UP"EME 17M.GM/GCT-/
Sedan ...e.II..1 .. Bncellent Condition
Devllle. condl- LOAQtO 7V95HARFR
BradfordRoadrunners ( lion WOO J/6.eie, ?or 451651ivSy t D"AUTO ANNIe X W"".. sJUM. Many extras*
CH CV Y ".'. r.. 2 door, i" t9M N Main SI 1I9122 /.4/3 after .0 m.c..lln..r. .
In ulana/C. N.... "r., ,o... PONTI"'C I" TEMPEST Cut-
end seat cOVerMlloll.. SNS .1 torn S 3so, runs great, body rusted. LEFT OVER 1979.VOLVO'S
.
H 3 3. power / new. .
Three members of the Bradford VOLVO A 013.500
,
.
*/9 Lincoln' Town C.r '"Collector starter very dependable quick3SO : ,
Roadrunners club competed in the 4th Serl..". Completed loaded In. 3/53/01 VOLVO2o4A rvolvotaGt IO S4TOOirvaa OO
eluding' built in factory CB For VOLVO 144.S
Annual Great Race in Perry last an""l.ccS, SES
nU SMYDER MOTORS, INC.!
weekend. [ 1978 BUICK LE SABRE LEW5 WILSON Auinorlnd vw De.I.r l HARFRED AUTO IMPORTS
25 year old George Bowen was the Take over payments Salesman ol the Month U.S. 'O W.I. L.k. City. Fl. Your Authorized Volvo Dealer
top local finisher playing 121st in 68. 144 after SO m. VAN. MfcYL Lincoln Mercury 11319.00,1313147 ,.... N Main' St J18 M73Unlv
a ,
2201 N Main ..:4'2 4251 Sos IE .Ave 3/2 M/3
field of some 650 starters with a 39:11: "

time for the 10,000 meter ((6.2 miles) UlfFrn1 -

road race.

12 year old Linda DeWitt was 352nd

overall and second in the 12-16 year

old age group with a 46:55: clocking.She r'a' S.R.2..TH5.0NLV..OOO. WILLISTON. .AREA. ou4et country .
This b..ulilul Some has over living' 3 BR 9 bath, central
was topped by 10 seconds by a 14
l/<0.... ft. Cent .../..... .nd. heat t. air carpeting kitchen
year old girl. lovely neighborhood Owner will stove a. dishwasher Included 17
sell F HA or help finance. wm H. acre*. restricted, paved road 2
15 year old Lynn Loper ran 61:48: for Hall Peatty of Gainesville. '* mile north nf wmistoo en
576th. -- REAL TORS 373.2Q2oCOVkLV Hwy 343 By owner. S3SV414IVICTORIAN .
.: Z1WNlpi ME 2 feR. redecorated i uVrrjM BUILT 3 BR. HOME, built IfWe.
The Roadrunner club will next ., .....,
run I carpeted cent r' pan } beth sap .... foot home on 9 completely restored. 4 BR t
in the five mile Ortega River Run elied den utility room fenced acres touihwest of ell... 3.000 bath, 4 fireplace, lovely porch
b.c"d.131.500' 3/7 W4 s.j f*. CB work shoo a. barn Lao ... located High Spring. Vl._.-
Saturday, Nov. 3, according to coach Fri Sat 011 T DOOR LiVl"'jQ pecan tre rs* 12 fruit trees, green 3/3-243: or 4S4 26'19 after S.
1rt Mice out C.. for rocktng large hour.*, fenced aV cress-f nc.d. MOVE TO THE COUNTR"
George and members \
Loper will .
: oaks for shade fenced yardDeiioMfyl Horses OK Beautiful garden New brick a. cedar saving
energy
compete locally in the five mile Piggly oreen house 9 BRhome area Call Jean John O BaldwinReally. 3 BR 2 bam home I4i acrtate
SYLVESTER STAIIQNROCKYfl 1'f' a welt InsuUfed 34,3OO. REALTOR, 37A-S/W Overlooking. ....Vf..V. rolling
Wiggly Fun Run Sunday, Nov. 4. c.l'"v:! LOVE 3 .R 2 bath nome> on fend tania Fe. Rlvr Realty ofHigta
Also ACTORS' large wooded lot close lo ,
on the schedule is the 10,000 everything Spring tnc Martha
6N t1' Acre all brlcnVlaroe" TBR .
f In NW 141.OOOLANDMARK ,Born. REALTOR 4MX39IEvening >
meter Hyatt Run in Orlando, Sat. lrl4 9 bath fireplace screen REALTY Of *- 431.1453 .
I Nov. 10, the Great American Fun uw.d Arttal* 711RK Ll'r'C riNi aoA'L'L Imww aunlrr, porch shade:well backyard. .fenced.. 2 m, *nice. SW Gainesville" 'B"R.3BATHTNORTHWOOO REALTOR" 374.>730 BV OWNfeER 4 BR's. 2 ......'...
ready la ,
Club end II'S l. screened porch 21/* car cacaos.a.
Run, in Orange Park, and for some of Occov.n.rl this /hen bed. Of Oaks M.II.S9/MO 3/37131 lovely > BR, 9 bath has 5 yard well, corns fence. *had*
the roan, 7 bath IS located On mtf. 2230 NW S/th t.RR. 4 BH, } sunken living" roam split bed.Ten.. *54.OOP. Call 372 44O
girls the Women's Natural Light PLUS bet l Falrwar 315,000 bath :immediate occupany. nicenetghborhood room, garage and priced right In BY OWNER 3 B... 1 bath.fenced .

5,000 in meter run at Bolles High School if '1 a3 +,.fl .Y _'no. ]/.-..elseanytime aV the Of G'vllle low 20'.,...Wm.....L, H TOR. JI3.'lO'l6v._ ., watch community.In yard In 'oulef 3>. OO, crlnt. Call

Jacksonville. Sat. Nov. 17. J A .lose 377 Sill after S._,_
BOOT HILL i

Starke Youth .................................. r. ;I3'Ihr' :'A- ,' .. .. ,:' .


Flag FootballGames Sun a MonodN.Nil.lli. i AIR CONDI TIONCR OniCNTAt. M u:'A1'i-ISf hard
of last \ 2400OSTU end Minlwf. S' H. r Ft. US sack.
week: RfFRIG,11ros1,.free SIlt CI11 "..fl"..
6-8 LeagueSteelers38Rams32 1 WASHER" ......-* 4 tIO *\ PAID 'or beautiful ruTl
Comebv Woose Hawthorn RdOr wood C.n..3..2,
SLAVE Call 379 2049 doors .sacrltle for 2MUit
f Anfiqu double bed complete nego-
2'j 'i'j A. f i Gl'rtk r' e t6' Sunlamo. infra.red cnsmelwSAOwumn.b1... 13.Nw3srL_ _
e ultraviolet
Tim Lewis scored on runs of 20 and Nl'kORMAi FfN: SUclt: boJv"
f ttS Conlesa>Quifer never ; Sr* Coldspol is I cV f l. IhlrV'
10 yards, a 29 yard punt return and a ud. ft/5 '_ castalui. ; M nun n h ns. E.53Mlenwall chest typ* freexer. _It..

30 yard pass from James Qulette but *num. tlO c15.5575.55..1"If.. :,:.I oldsteamer Jtion RCA.I tv 1"S.anal 32 i OWO..37'fI'' "' two nyttmft 3/4 weyliendsP owl after 4 weekdays

r it was a 15 yard touchdown run by 't bunt 110 4fll 213AHtl6ut5 I Old. ..[Hunt conditon 4A. 371; N .' MACHINES, large1
GOD PlNfj 4 drawer chest. Eric Nugent that gave the Stealers a 1"5, "Antiejue m.... shaker 4 PtcC LIVING Rat rWr your home Com by a> see our
tiebreaker win over the: Rams. NNA! rocker, needi recanlng. 9200. black' nauoahyde. very nice. *3W> special fall price Somethingtils
451-723 ..... .
.... ofter3 OO34: 3/2. Amwmenh. 17M w um-
Qulette scored the other Steeler tally Ea.IN.t CoWH Prom LIN c" .81 s 4 .S t win Ma Ftres's""tears.""....lmo.1:1: : .' ritty' Ave 3f* 149Sfti
I on a 40 yard run. \ :. n..... oral .eondlt.n. SJO.i .6V..OY CL..E'. In...... Y4rneu0l. ) .U amplifier/oertecf'
\ : _312 .J5 ".. 37-t/02or 3ft 1625 condition.,S3/> Call! M'4!If j.
: Chris Noegel did moat of thef .' "
\:T. damage for the Rama with TD runs of PLUSBodjSnatohers

49, 32, 20, and four yard with Scott: .
i' Duncan adding a 30 yard TD jaunt ''nU'rib'f '

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LOOKINGFOR FOR SALE

A JOB?

AO Aid Saturday 9 to S
LOOKINGFOR CLASSIFIED AD p.m. In Lawtey. lit 125

HELP? i ;across Ml.RR Itpd Itt tOl25.IMI.OCICI doubiewldeen ..


20 yd. semi
........., ,. '. . ... -- ."".JJIII. 'L..J lands ALLEN I.
HOMES '' only.
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: -: '::.III'JI.: :: ". :'-. ; ., ., ."JI.r'. '' '" '.1m: .' ;.. ...:.. : ..1': ..'' :: TAYLOR Lawtey. Phone
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FOR SALE 782-3172. TFchg
PERSONAL FOR RENT CARS aTRUCKS FOR SALE TWO AKC WISH SETTER POP-

MOBILE HOMESi Why PIES One mole, onefemale.

mar? Buy direct from factory pay SERVICES M.7 MOBILE HOMit $150 II TRAMPOLINE New. round (29 each Phone
Is Th.eTime"
large(election of 24. month. Phone 782-3481. Now list 59995. tale $319.95. 431-1(93. ftallord. Itpd
14. 12 wide COMMUNITY SILLS SAW SHOPi Complete 10/1I2tchg 10/25 1968 PLYMOUTH STATION 8x12 list 39995. sole 10/29.
MOBILE HOMES SALES. US tharpenlng s.rvica circular PARTIALLY FURNISHED two WAGON Mechanically 24995. Phone 1-778-3227 YOUNG. STEER Approximately .
301 North. Op.n 9 to du.... hand carbide, bedroom trailer quiet tound. (390. Phone Jox. TFchg 390 G,. Phone
I to 6 Sunday. Phone chain mower blade hollow location water furnished. 964-6034. 10/1I4tpd 11/8 FENCING All kind, hog ....8015. Itchg 10/29.
1974 FORD PICKUPi long
ground and balanced. 1 971 MODEL CESSNA !MCommuter
964-8741. TFchg West on 100. Phone wheel base, 4 wheel drive, wire, welded" wire, barbwire
Leave
THREE BEDROOM. IVi both at Jackson Building 9648797. Itchg 10/25. : high mileage, phone wood chain link; 3900 hrs TT airframe
brick home, utility/cor' His.Supply.TFchg Slorke or Keystone FURNISHED APARTMENT: ....7.71 or tee at 1328 E. free estimates. MANNING : 1879 hrt. TT engine:

part near Stark Country. ALCOHOLICS ANONY- Utilities furnished. $200 Call St. Asking. S2200. Itpd FENCE CO.. 4734822. 79 hrt. JMOM. Chroma
Club. W.II k.pt lawn. Id.ol MOUSt month. Couplet only. 10/25. Keystone TFchg cylinder. Ho 300 NAV.
for young couple or Phon.964.514B 964 6552. Tackle Box, 341 N. Temple. ., 1979 FORD PINTO SEDANr COMM. Hot Ml commuter
retiree., Immoculot., TFehgREMODELING.' or 964-8429 after 6 p.m. Itpd FM/AM stereo AC. AT. SEVERAL ITEMSI4 ft. equipment. Sea at

olmott now. $30.000. BUILDING 10/25. till under warranty. fiberglass' boot 25 hp Keystone Hit. Airport.
Phono 964-3736 or REPAIRS. : New kitchens, THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: 1 To Buy Phone 7823112. Itpd Johnson motor, trailer. N16650. Phone Bob lappe.
964-7050. Marvin Brown baths,family roomt. Brick bath,, utility room 2 porches of 10/29. Cot range.Phone....5965 473-4372. 10/25 2lchg
TFehg block concrete. Fireplace carport acres 1971 COURIER Pickup truck: or tee at 916 West Butler 11/1.
FOUR BEDROOM from specialists Grlfflt Con 264-6385.land. $230 Itpd month.10/25.Phone I AT radio healer (1,999. Rd.. Stork. 10/18 2tpd YARD. SALES Friday Sot..

horn, lorg. kitchen pro. ttrucllon. Phone 473-2108 TWO 2-BEDROOM TRAILERS Phon 473.450ltpd 10/25 Sun. US 301 3H mllet
p.rty and tltl l. Inturance. or 473-2378. TFchg Phone 964-8077 Itpd I 10/29. HOGS OR SALE Phone North ol Storks Alto
'/, mil South on US 100. THE MOWER CLINIC- Small 10/25. 1974 AMC HORNET AT. AC. 7112.3.... 10/18 2tchg sleeping room for rent
englnet and all types of Or Build 6 cylinder. ADAMS AUTO 10/25 Itpd 10/29.
Approve I ocr. lot. Phone PARTIALLY FURNISHED two SALES. Keystone Hit..
4689418. 10/11 3tchg lawn mowers repaired In- bedroom cottage; positively 4734470. Itchg 1025. FEEDER PIGSt $25 each PAID SALIl 3 families
10/25 cluding reborlng. Work no children or pels. $140 197 MERCURY MONARCHiAT. Phone 964-6528.: ttchg clothe. toy.
'174 MOBIIE HOME 12x72 don. reasonably Henry month. Phone 964-7262 AC. molt V.8. (2.999. 10/25. mltcellaneoul. 610 Alton
...
Browder .5760. 6/21 Rd.. Starke, B until
Phone
CH/A rlrlgrator and evenings Itchg 10/25. ADAMS AUTO SALES.Key.t OAK FIRSWOODt a.m.
stove. thr. bedroom I I'S. tfchg. NICELY FURNISHED one _, 4734470. Itchg 9646528. Itchg 10/25. Itpd 10/29.
BIRCrTt IPM Pet ControlServices
both. Nothing down tak. bedroom duplex, Private 10/29. HIGH TOP TOPPER. (Camper) TOY ALEs Buy your
of Fla. Th. MarchIs
S.II.r will yard and drive. Gas, 1976 PLYMOUTHVOLAREiAT. for long wheel bate truck. Christmas now. New toys
ovr paym.nt. On To Rid
Your of
Home
elating. Phone lights, water furnished. Inquire AC 6 Excellent condition Phone H price. Sale Frt.. Sal..
pay 1-305.349-3218. 10/11 94.5534.6/21 Nuisance Petts.TFN Call at 603: E. WashingtonAve. cylinder. (2,999. ADAMS 496-3123after 5 p.m. Itchg 0/26,27. Watch for signs,
10/23 TFchg. 1034 Southgate Drive,
Stchg 10/2S SEWING MACHINES AUTO SALES, Keystone, 10/23.
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 4734470. Itchg 10/29. TRAVELER Starke. Itpd 10/29.
1973 HOLIDAY
)
FOR SALE BY OWNER 12x63 REPAIRED All make.
.
cleaned $125. Require reference.Phone 0 1977 FORD PICKUP F-IMi 8x29, excellent condition. I WEEN SIZE MATTRESS and
mobil. home on 1 1/2 oiled and adIUlt.d. -
964-5161. Located
(3.899. ADAMS AUTO leadedwith box : Beauty Rest
S It-contoined, springs
1/2 mil. $10. Work
South uttwest .
ocr. | I.
on Bay Highway. Itchg ,
guaranteed. James SALES. Keystone occettorlet. Phone Back Care I. Excellent con
off 301. N.w
porch 10/25.
Strickland corner 4734470. Itchg 10/25. 964-8777. Itchg 10/25. dition. Reg. S289. tell for
and tried. Own.r MorganRd. OR SALE Two
storage FOR RENT GAS ICONOMVl 1973
149. Phone 964-9874.
Itpd
will finance. Phon. and Hwy 16. TFchg bedroom trailer. Phone CB-129 Honda. Excellent POODLE PUPPVt Full blood.
OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRi. 10/25. Male. B wkt old.' $25. 10/29.
9646210. Itchg 10/25 289-9419. Itchg condition. (390. Phone ed.
HOMI IN COUNTRY on oniocr. Phon.pickup and 9646502.delivery.Stark 9/20 We Have Mortgage Money .......06 from ,.5 p.m. or Phone ....8169 after 4 FARO(behind SALE County Chrltllan Jail St.).

of land located off SR Btpd 118.BRADFORD. 782-3321 eve. It pet 10/25 p.m. Ttpd 10/25. Chlldren'i clothes grill
100. 2 mil.. out of city HELPWANTED YARD SALES) 319 N. St. Clair
SEPTIC TANK large font,
mirror
limit House It from., 3 SERVICE Bradford residentlal St. Clothes, books. toys,
mltcelloneout. 9 a.m. to 4
BR, :2 baths carport larg. Available furniture, odds and ends.
$45. Commercial
pump-outs p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27.
front porch with utility and Industrial. Fully ", Saturday Oct. 27 9 to 5 Itpd 10/29.

bulldlngt. Wather/dryer licensed Phone LADY NEEDED to drive light p.m. Weather permitting. I FREE gallon et anti-fr..rs
rang. and refrigerator can 9648121. TFchg duty truck help In small ..- ttchg 10/23. for old car battery. Bring .
b. Includ.d. Phon. FREE PARKING Save gal business. Will train for HAYi Sable or Alisla, continually your Western Auto at
964-6034.) 10/18 4tpd 11/8 and motor pool to secretarial end outdoor SALE cutting for field or to
COUNTRY LIVING In town: downtown Jacksonville work. Must enjoy| travel On\V\ $99000Down FOR barn sales From 75 C per Midway Shopping C.ntorb.tw..n and

brick home on 7/8 acre dally from 8 to S p.m. ing. Living accommodations bale up according to M.lr_. 473-2419.Keyttone 10/4
wooded lot. 3 BR, :2 bath Phone 1-495-2606 ask for II desired. Phone SEWING MACHINE quality. Larry loFolI.".. 10/29.
LR DR FR, CH/A. WWcorp.t. Michael Itpd 10/25. 762.3991.10/11 3tpd10/29 "DUE TO DIVORCE" Stark. ....6273. TFchg. 4tchg
FINE FURNITURE REFINISHED SEE FOR VOURSELPi local Singer Futura. One of I II ACRE FARM with noute
built-in appliance, antiques, etc.' The R. Amway Distributor are Singer's finest. Does all CHAIN LINK FENCE trailer on land. Ten pecan
many more extras. For New-It Shop. 468-2233. B-S. enjoying' extra Income. We On Some Models stitches:buttonhole, blind material. Do It yourselfand tr.... Phone "..8077.
tale by owner 43500. Reasonable rotes, pickup how you how. Phone for hems, monogram, etc. save. Installation 10/4 TFchg.
Phon. 964-5273 for appointment and delivery. 10/25 2tchg Interview. 964-8433. 10/25 Sold new S589.50. Balance available. Free estimate. I LOWERS Hanging basket.
llpd 10/25. 11/1. 3tchg 118.HAIRDRESSERS. 13month. Will HandyMan Fence Co 8- and 10" (2. In cant (1.
THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath EXPERIENCED MOTHER will WANTED $194 or ....8559. TFchgWATSON'S Dempsey Motel, 425 N.
older machine
home, new carpet and babysit In her home any Immediate positions Special Payments For take For as freehome partial HOUSE OF Temple Ave.. US 301. Itpd
vinyl, nice lot 4 pecan age. Monday thru Friday. available In Starke' new payment.trial and deliverycall VACUUMS Many brandsof 10/25
trees, near Madison St. $30 weekly or $1.50 hour. modern salon. Cllentelle
Church. $22,500 withown.r ly. Phone Susan %..5693. preferred. All applicant credit manager collect new vacuum. Used
financing. Phon. Griff Loop. 10/25 2tchg will be Interviewed. Send Who 904-376-4467. tin 10/18 machine available. Part GET FREE GIFTS
496-2334. Itchg 10/25. 11/1 resume to Nu Waves, c/a I Those Qualify WHISPERING PINES ESTATES and accessories for all With Td-Chem

COUNTRY HOMES 3 BR, 1 Robert Harris, P. O. Bon West of Starke on SR 229, vacuum systems. 404 NW 'h.112.3354TWO"
412. Star.... Fla. 32091 Only 10 lot remaining. 1 10th Ave., Gainesville,
bath on two acret. f.nc.d CHRISTMAS MONEY
10/2S4tpd 1119CLASSIFIED to 1.65 acre* priced! S2.750 .phone 376-7110, TFchg
: nlMltCaee' Cola
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nice born. Minut.sfrom NEEDED ,
jwith V.A. Ho Down to S4.34j. Wn.will' EKf 16 ft. '
LWCI. UCI FSP. Trl-Chem's the answer Money 10 down 9 lOA fiberglass. Machine, 9 soeclions:375.
NEFSH In Northeast Union Phone 712.3354 finance pct 73 boot 74 Mercury 65 HP CAmE HEAD SHOOT.(79.
ADDwodllne 1/2 pct. Interest up to 10 trailer
gator-tilt
engine Phon. 782.3737
or
off SR 125. 24000.
County ...,
Land
McM.
for Insertion year Call 964-5764 day
1500. 782-3897. 10/29 2tchg I/I
Phon. 4311366. 10/25 SR-16 East 2.1 % Acre Rt. 2, Box 344.
Tuesday neon preceding SR-16 West At Roberts Rd. Developers or 431-1640 after 8.00: p.m.
Stchg 11/8. FOR RENTPALMS Hawthorne Fla. Phone
Thursday before publics.ties. .. With Estates With 3 Br. 2 Bath TFpd It" COLOR TVi Good condl.
3 One Acre Estates 4812063. 10/18 4tpd 11/8 BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just tion.'185. Phone....6502.
f ROFITAIU.IXCITING FUN Minimum charge S2.50. Family Room Fully: STRAWBERRY PLANTS Now opening. Hwy 21 North of Itpd 10/18
Go Trl-Ch.m APARTMENTS. Fur (Coven IS Words). 13 Br 2 Bath One With ready for fall planting. Immediate Keystone Hts. Ceramic,

Phone 7123334LOSTFOUND nlshed efficiencies and 1 Each word ever ISI Fireplace. Full Electric Equipped Stove shipment on plaques, doll., Indian
BR opts., weekly or mon I I. 10 cent Tloga, Tuff. Alko. Crux. Jewelry other Item
thly. NEW FURNISHED Not responsible for errors With Appliances Refrigerator Dishwasher Toro. Sequoia Fla. 90 Phone 473-7042. 7/26 J. WILSON

STUDIOS monthly only. when given ever the phone & Disposal.Only 119000 Fresno Shasta, Lasson TFchg Commercial Seal Coating
2313 N. Temple, Stork. for when copy I* net typed) Completely Carpeted. Benton, Linn Douglas ALL Tvrf MOO mrAiniMOt
TFchg .brought' to the office. Down (C-51). Paaro| (C.45)). Vista IGIGANTIC APFtCANT
FOUND Black and tan KITCHENETTESi On. BR (C-38), Brighton (CN8)), ASPHALT r-AICMMd
hound. Phon. 473-4439. apartments, pool, TV AC Heci;'..- (CM7J.: 23/S4.S5: : ; HOUSEHOLD All Work Querenteed
10/11 4tpd 111, utilities Included. Totally 50/$7.25 7S/S9.10; Telephone.
SR-21 B. Rd. ;
Speedville
LOSTs 1979 Class Ring. Blu. furnished. Weekly. man' Help Wanted 10010.90 1000/S48.00. ITEMS 19041 782-3991
,ton.. Initials CFT. Lost In thly rat... TEMPLE MOTEL. Club Estates ;
Lawt.y Bluegrats Pork. 880 N. Temple Ave., Applications Are Now 5 *. One Acres Estates With Keystone Plus 19 pct. postage and SALEALL ----.IIII, (,
UPS.
Can
Reward. Phon. 7823471. Stark. Phone 964-7397. Being Taken For Times Specials Plan For Retirees handling.Parcel bus ship freight.Air WEEKEND I PANELING
or
Itpd 10/33 9/20 TFchg. 3 Br 2 Bath Fully Electric post I
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Union Paper Rt. Call freight' extra. DEAN About 10,000 Items:
HOME PARK mobile home ..Short Distance To Santa ,- Special Deal For Cash FOSTER NURSERIES Rt. 3, Some New Some CENTER

WANTEDGOOD and space for rent. .Phone 864-5165, Mon. Fri. Hartford Michigan 49057. Antiques Moss Rd At I I
6166212419. 10/18 2tpd Paneling Molding
4682912. TFchg Fe Lake Flshlna. Cro8bv Lake. SR 1OO
TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY I 0 am5 pm 10/23 Kitchen Cabinets
.PRICES PAID for used room efficiency and alto / BAHIA HAYS Argentina' W. a Mlle. I
Follow Slone.A
mobile homes If mortgage sleeping room. Weekly or Must H.y. Depeno'toreTttntporttlton highly lertlllied. Phone .. IU/lS: I Counter Tops I
Is 3/4 paid or mar.OLIN'S monthly. Come to Under- CITY OF STARKE 964-6071. TFchg. YenitlOFREE
MOBILE HOME SALES, wood Motel 3V4 mile And Muse B

....5606. Op.n 7 day North of Starke on US 301. Post Cash Bond. Fantastic 3 Br 2 Bath I I

WANTED w..kly. TFchg Mobil. horn. axle FURNISHED TFchg. THRU 3 Br 1 % BathCarport Great Room 1500 Sq. .Ft. IS YOUR TV SICK? I ESTIMATES I

and tire. Will pick up. BEDROOM cottage on IVAUSilSJOHHSOMI
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME Crystal lake CH/A. StereosPhono 99Qoo Down. Close Fire Place Bay Window Bring It To
SALES, ....5606. Open 7 Adults no pots $235 mon Needles CO. B
day. a week. TFchg thly. Phone 473.3581. To Everything Stucco. All Kitchen AdvancedElectronics
CASH FOR COINS Cold 10/18 TFchg Records Tapes. I 140 S. Thompson B

liver, sterling d.ntal ONE BEDROOM furnished 42,000
Equipment
gold. OF scrap jewelry optical USED TV'SCase I Old Coo Cole Ptent B

frames, .tc. J.R. Bull. KnivesDahMer'S 419 B. Cell St. 064.6711 IMBmanr
Ington 964-6290 after 5:30: 964.5261. 10/18 2tchg .

p.m. TFchg. 10/29 064-0042 --. EtA *..
100 W. Near Crosby Lake '
IIIIIIII.. Forest Heights 16 W. For Prompt PJeoneM. Repair.
-N ESSil1
Inc. .. 3 Br 2 Bath Family Room w.!H!.. 1.I.I.I.I'f} !
REP Bath
'ApniANCE AI-! 2 3 Br 2 .
964-7923 1440 Sq. Ft. 2" Thru e"'
Paved Street
r WASHERS DRYERS 110 E. Call St. Only M150" Down Fast Rotary

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AIR COND.
RANGES I I/, 'STATE LICENSED

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P.geSB October 25.It7family .


...... I.... Ray' Craves Chats With Gator Club':.:'



& Former Ga tor Football. bead man go he',get to be able to get that;*,..
Ray !*5 aMtted with the Starke date for you (his right hand weaves.. a
.: Gator QB dub Thursday night at the pattern through the defense u an hmaginary
Garden Restaurant In Starke. QB). And of course he must
In a meeting that really was more be able to throw the ball and be a
f' of a chat than a presentation by leader.To get one of those you have to
; Graves to an audience, the -white- sign about three or four of'em.
dtJ centers haired veteran of Gator football
listened to club members air their "Pell and Dickey were opposites In
views on UF football and gave his own the way they recruit (the inevitable
opinions-on the present Gator situa i ,, comparison pops up again). Doug did
.tion (0+1), his confidence In the new ,i his recruiting in a small group
-i"t\ coaching staff,the outlook for the i960 Charley want to get help from
recruiting year (which already is go anybody he can.
ing full steam),and a handful of other ". think that's a good philosophy.From .
subjects.) : Key West to Pensacola Is a lot
Some of Graves' views given to the of real estate-and there's a lot of
14 club members on hand (smallest ?r t n nL Gators In between.We don't have the
turnout of the year): grassroots bold that Alabama or LSU
might have... where a boys daddy and
,; ; WI -On the 0+1 T9 Caters: granddaddy both went to school there
: j ;- ----- "When Charley Pell came to the maybe. But I think they've got things
-
-- --- University of Florida he was well going well with people throughout the
aware that this state produces: more "We've got something to tale.
quality athletes (high school) than
any other in the state. He was not sell at Florida... we can tell ")fie 30-05 rule,where you can only
award of bow few football players we them (high school stars) they sign 30 kids In one year and only have
had this have a chance to come in and 85 on scholarship one time makes It '
"The l juries have hurt us so bad on play." harder to come back after you fallback
defense. We miss Scot Brantley In so a little (as In the Gators' case).
I many ways. You can't replace him as -- .u_. .....".."u. We can sign 10-12 blue chippers a year
a football player but as far as his experience with good recruiting but you still need r,
and leadership... well, when r four years to get the 40-50 you need to I
you start battling the Alabama's and .. catch up to an Alabama. Heck, you
LSU's In the trenches, the Scot I saw Alabama's third team Saturdayin
Brantleys. the Tanners (Steve), the ::.. j ( the 40-0 pasting of UP). If there
...
.
Galloways (David) (all injured and i third team played their first team it'd
out for the year. Brantley probably I be a pretty good football team..If our
through with football)... that's when Ii first team played our third team...
your need'em. Men like that make all i why that's our "B" team, we'd beat
your other football players better. 'em 300." !
,
9 9p

"A pro scout who's been around a -On the Junior College football program
$32995E long time told me he had less playersto started at Southern College In
look at on the University of Florida Orlando and the possibility of more of /
THIS team this year than he ever has. 4 the same: .

SYSTEM Record directly "Right now with his offense "I would hope so," "Graves
RECORDS from radio, hG lc Charley's Just trying to Install a answered when asked\ JUCO football .
system suited for his quarterbacksTyrone .: in Florida could be a catching :
( Young and Johnell Brown). "" r thing.. "I worked for it hard back in
Catalog No. MZ60680 Hell run some sort of veer because the WB but didn't get any support.
they're both runners but of course: he ... d n: <. That's what the USC's and other-
8-Track wants to run the Pro(. That's his of- California schools have used so well.
RECORDINGSystem fense but they Just don't have the "Florida has more quality If a kid Into a Universityhe
quarterback run It He's the key In athletes (preps) than any could go to juror college for a couple
that offense" state in the Southeast. of years, make a B average, and
.. Charley (Pell) was well come up and play for you. O.J. Simpson
-On recruiting: did it before coming to USC.
., .( aware of that. He was not "I don't know what the future is but
"I've been out recruiting some with aware of how few football it's really a program we need in the
morse/Electrophonic these fella's and I believe this will bea players we have now." state.
real good recruiting year.
...a.............................
"We've got something to sell at "They're going after a quarterbackfrom
TXLC22257 'Florida," Graves cracked with a Lakeland High (6-3, 190 Wayne The guest speaker at the Thursday,
boyish smile "We can tell them Peace) who everybody's after. Bear Oct. 25, QB Club meeting (7 pm.
Morse/Electrophonic -- = they'll have a chance to play. (Coach Bear Bryant, Alabama) has start) will be Gator Equipment
4-Way, Disco Juke Box been after his mother and girlfriendand Manager Bud Fernandez,who will brlIng .
every body else but if he had to along game film.
Disco Lights Flash to the make a choice right now I think he'd .
Beat of the Music t come with us. His daddy played for f\
Total Solid-State AM/FM Stereo Receiver me and he's a Florida boy." Graves '.'
Advanced Track Stereo Tape Player ..,, s! ; nodded in agreement when one
Full-Feature Cassette Tape Recorder/Player y listener recalled that"every quarter- Stars Sell Chicken
nlANIC!
Record your own Cassette Tape Library 1 back who ever came to Florida was
from the Radio. Phono, 8-Track or "Live" .., J.YOUDal&rfa .. an All American but they never pan \
Automatic, 3-Speed BSR RecordjChanger(: out". When asked why Florida hadn't The Starke Star Softball,team and
a Built-in' Stereo Speaker System! landed top-notch quarterback;in recent parents will agate be trying to raise '-
.f 'Ildllll"t t '
.I
,r t years he too was puzzled money by selfing fhied chicken dinners -
Tinted Dust Cover l Microphones .
an "I don't know what It Is.So many of all day Saturday Oct. 27, from T.
Two Channel Disco Light Control Adjusts these boys are running some sort of about ':30 a.m.-umtl this time at a
Light Intensity to Listening Levels in high school and even thoughthey're different site.
22"Wide Walnut Color Finish Cabinet ; ERN fine athletes you find that they The Stars will be serving the $2.50
THE can't throw the ball well. I know dinners accross from the Farmer's
UT.H COUfnRYSO Charley wants a Pro-I quarterback.The Market at the corner of Market Road
1 type that's maybe your third run- and US-301. The dinners include
: -4 ICrrCtlEfI( ner.., he doesn't have to be a great chicken, slaw, rolls, and beans with
; runner but when he has the chance to proceeds paying for the Stars trips to
$25995 old
Softball the state tournaments.and national 16-18 year



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Flash to the 8-Track and Queen Call AheadCLUCKWGOOD (from pag .B)

Beat of the Music/ CassetteTX22209 Bucs M.Cowboys 12

Mark Strickland scored: on runs of
32 and 10 yards and a 39 yard Interception -
past the Cowboys.
Marcia Brown hit the end zone on ,
runs of 38 and two yards for the \

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IJ ( Automatic, 3-Speed BSR Record Changer Cowboys 3.-Steelers 21
'I fI Marcia Brown scored runs of 20 ,
I Built-in Stereo Speaker System on
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Tinted Dust $ 225 took Interceptions in for ,
Douglas
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scores as Cowboys topped
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swamped the Bengals.
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TImmy Nugent caught passes for 40
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ETt1:1, s 78.14 J18 jb and Allen Hall and Hall returned '
Mon. Thru Weds., 9-8 ;i.: 011 1,18.16, an interception 17 yards for another .,
!78.14 6rr g-14. score as the Seahawks speared the .
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