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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: November 1, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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l/lst Year 8TARKE.FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
ISth ISSM Tnonday.November 1m USP8M2-7M Section A
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Homecoming lever will explode Cecil Prenton both of Starke. In a Dodd escorted by Scot Randall,
bout lop.m.toni Thursday,Nov close contest with Miss Flynn for the Clark.
1) at Bradford High Stadium when best dressed honors were Sue French Honor Society: Teal Lynn
I one of five coeds is crowned 197 Meadows and Vonda Kay Ayers. ,Massey escorted by Jay Eaves.
homecoming hive Winner of the Halloween costume Gospel Choir: Lisa Alberta
BHS students been gripped all Wednesday were Mike Whiffen who Nichols, escorted by peWayne Rev
week by pre-homecomlng activities won first place dressed as a Roaring nie Lennon.

and prep.Whirl rations.will kick The off annual the main Tornado 'j"... hJ.I" "' ..... ....'.'. ,,'f" ''.'J.., "-.n""" .. ...t'J't..".> !.:I'i' .
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I II ,celebration) tonight at 7:30: at BUS I :.\\1 ., \
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stadium. '
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set at 1:10 p.m. Friday Nov. 2. ., ., ., ." (
through downtown Starke. The '

These five BUS coeds are the 1S79-SO homecoming qoeenandldates. crowned tonight at Tomato WUrt The Indent body homecoming football game Is slated .
I =- They are from left at bottom Janine WUWvfagham. voted Tuesday but only Principal Jim Duncan knows who Friday night at S p.m. when the Tor
: Vivian Bell. and Virginia Crawford and standing the queen Is now.pS nado, eleven host the Ocala
: =Cindy Lawson and Terri Dement. The winner will be '.' ,.Vanguard Knights.
w ..;, Today,, (Thursday Nov; 1) Is Sock
:::1: ., .,,,,,,.; Day. The student wear the
wildest pair of socks u y the
HOMECOMING "- BitS cheerleaders win win a free
.f f QUEEN
ticket: to the homecoming football

. game. Friday, Nov. 2, will be School

f If;.1 f| She's Already Elected But It's 'a';Deep, :Dark Secret "..r '*y.' which and all student pareas durIng to
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.- i I ''wear the school colors, scarlet and
gray. Two students selected by the
T .'One of these five young ladles baa a'ready been elected played In the BHS marching band for six years. She Is the cheerleaders as best displaying the '
=:;queen of the 1979 Bradford High homecoming. weekend but president of her church choir,director of the gospel choir, school colors and spirit will win free
:. :only Principal Jim Duncan knows which. the BHS chorus, the BHS flag corps, and Bible Club Vivian tickets to the homecoming football [ 'J
The coeds will be presented tonight (Thursday,Nov. t) wants to go to college. and major In child develop game !
at Tornado Whirl. Announcement of the winner determined ment. Pre-homecomlng contests livenedup
by a vote of the student body will climax the night "You know those> preacher kids; Vivian said,when toldshe's ,pHS Monday-Wednesday.: ,Monday Stacy Denmark left, and Norma Canova. wear two of the rudest hat to be
of skits jokes, and pre-homecoming ceremony. known u a comic around school was Hat Day, Tuesday<< was Drew seen. the BUS campus Monday during Hat Day. part of(the. BItS homecoming I
.. Robby Pierce, president of the Senior Class, will crown Miss Lawson, H with dark brown piano and hair Is a Up*Day, and Wednesday was activities. The girls are two of the three winners.
the new queen. varsity cheerleader. Cindy plays the is In the BUS Costume Day. Winners got free
All five queen candidates are 17. The senior coeds were chorus Bible Club, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. tickets to the homecoming game. 20's dancing girl. Pam Melton was second ROTC: Chrlsandra Louise
j nominated by the senior class and voted upon by the entire She wants to be a counselor for the deaf. Cindy Is teaching With twist and as Big Bird of Sesame Street, Hamilton escorted by Brett,Cecil
'f ""! a mighty a mighty
student body. herself sign language now. An Inch Worm, composed of Marlene Prenton. ','
The girls are; : Miss Bement 5-4 with green and brown eyes and 1 I Vivian Bell of Lawtey, the only black ContesUfjt, and. brown, hair is treasurer of.thesenior class. She ta.a Knights! .,bum Is the theme for the ,k ,Stephanie Crawford, and 'Becky escorted by Kenny Clark, q, '.
dat.tgter 4t Rdo':'and Mr*; rmhtt.'8eU fit l4 tyWaJ* $ .rno7rlbiaG'tt!. .;.1Jtt1..w t's CJII5"a d \' 0rki, .i .:,Bell will be esccTRsd by George Holiday Ill.P \ Western Steer steak house.<< Terri Ilke4 10 dance draw, ** Kersey the theme was toted ticket to the homecoming game. Gilbert escorted by David' Morgan
Cindy Lawson Starke, Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. and sine: Terri plans to attend college. but doesn't yet on by the lo -member student body. Homecoming queen candidates,see Sapp. '
o David Lawson. Miss! Lawson will be escorted by Danny know what she wants to be. BUS wilrplay" the 1-fl night Highat separate story, and class princesseswill
: Hildebran. Miss Wu Ingham, 5-4 with hazel eyes and dark brown 8 p.m. .Frlday in the be presented at Tornado Whirl,
Terri Bement, SUrke. la the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. hair, la senator in student government and was FFA homecoming game. will ride In the homecoming parade,
T.H. Bement Jr. Miss Bement will be escorted by Kevin sweetheart last year. Janine works at TG &Y and likes to ,A chicken and rice dinner will be and be presented again at halftime of :l Jr Sluum iTrtcrThufidnv. {
Miller. read collect poems and dance. Janine wants to become served before the homecoming game the homecoming game.
Janine Willingham, Brooker is the daughter of Mrs. an X-ray technician, she thinks. Friday from 1-7:30: in the SUrke A black and a white princess Is
?!, Mary S. Willingham of and late Guy Willingham. Miss Miss Crawford, 5-6 with light brown half" and brown Elementary cafetorium. Price: elected from each of the 9, 10, and l lgrade.
: Willingham will escorted by Randal Andrewa. eyes wants to be a commercial artist or interior designer. adults $2, children under 12 $1.29. .. They are:
... Virginia Crawford, SUrke is the daughter of Mr. and She designs window displays at Leila's where she works Proceeds will go to the SUrke Stars Ninth grade: Diana Leigh
Mrs. Neil Crawford. Miss Crawford will be escorted by parttime. Virginia is In her church choir, and was a and Senior Boys Softball teams. Crawford daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Smith Jr. sprinter on the track: and cross country teams for two Students have been working on Neil Crawford of SUrke to be
The girls emphasize they are all friends, and plan to re years and was a sophomore class princess. skits for Tornado Whirl all week. The escorted by Blaine Dyal. and Sadie
main friends no matter who is chosen homecoming queen. The queen and her court will ride on the senior class freshman skit will be a parody entitled Lynette McDuffie, daughter of Mr.
Two of the girls Cindy Lawson and Virginia Crawford, float In the homecoming parade Friday afternoon They "Tornado Bowl 1979." The and Mrs. Simon Mitchell SUrke. to ,
are cousins. will also be presented at halftime of the homecoming sophomores will perform a ditty patterned be escorted by Clifford Smith. J JS
Miss Bell.W with black hair and dark brown eyes, has game, as will the class princesses after TV's, "The Dating Tenth grade: Harriett Yvonne
Game.'* "Defeat the Knight" Is the Davis daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
title of the juniors' skit. The senior Shedrick Davis of Lawtey. to be
J class skit will be a take off on the escorted by Anthony Robinson and
Muppet Show. Gina Renea Lane, daughter' of Mr. I
, Grover Howard BuS math instructor and Mrs. Ted Lane of SUrke, to be
and cross country coach will be escorted by Chuck Williams. .Nov ITORNADO
master of ceremonies for the Whirl. Eleventh grade: Kimberly Lynne WHIM
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The cheerleaders will lead a Whirl demons daughter of Mrs. Joel ': PJM. '*0.,.", I
jI pep rally and the BHS band will per. Roberts and Gene demons of Starke, BRADFORD HIGH STADIUMCAIcko :
I form. The BHS majorettes will perform to be escorted by Bret' Allen Smith
with fire batons. and Sharie Michelle Hankerson d .N".21
daughter of Mrs. Annie Mae Jenkins Pies tuf(Mr i '
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'r'ra' kick
l The homecoming parade will Starke. to be escorted by Steve a.for*Homecoming G.n. '
) off activities Friday afternoon at 1:10: Marks. Start.llwimttery' ....... "
! p.m. The parade route will be the 5.7..p..... ,,; .
iI i same as last year. It will begin on Sweethearts of the various clubs ,,,".SI.rs'.IIb.II TNn. ; .
I and organizations will also be In-
Washington Street beside the high Corti $2.duha$1.21kid ,
, school and continue down Temple troduced at Tornado Whirl tonight.
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, Avenue to Call Street. Then the seven The sweethearts and their escorts ....
I floats and several dozen cars led by are: HOMICOMtNO fOOTIAU OAMIIIADPORDTORNADOES' j
Ii the BHS band, will turn left on Call Annual Staff: Shelly flenee Rowe, '"'f
i I Street to Thompson St. take a right escorted by Michael Akridge. 'VS ., : .
on Thompson to Madison Street Art Club: Robin Elaine Stephens, OCALA KNIGHtS'
c (SR-100) and go west to Orange escorted by James Douglas York. iiOO P.M. I.
Street take right on Orange Street Band: Deborah Elaine Ratliff, 0115 STADIUMRUMMAGISAAII J S

and back to Washington.The escorted by John Joseph Powell i **_
seven floats to enter the parade Camera Club: Judy Ann Hanker ; ,..
will be the freshiran sophomore son, escorted by Frazier Bass. }
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junior and senior classes FF A. Drama Club: Dixie Diana Mar- .. .
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Drama Club;and Annual Staff. The chant, escorted by Donald Edwin *lOOA.M.- .I? .. ,5.'
floats will compete for three prizes. Scheetz. '
by Ie Ho.pRd Ae.l.vy
Glee Club: Mary Louise Waterson, ..... q: \ Y.
Hat contest winners Monday were escorted by Curtis McCall Locklin.
CHURCH BAZAARtMCnridlMCnorch
s as Norma Canova, Stacy Denmark and FFA. Junior Chapter: Debra Ann J ,

Class princesses for the I7VM Tornado homecoming; fie. and Kim Clemoa*. la k back are Diana .Crawford. ;;' Randy Parado.Dressed students Tuesdaywere Williams.Crutchfield, escorted by Mark Randal -.......Flgglr wiggly Ul ,

I weelletld .re.\-t In front.Shark llaitkersen.,Sadie McDvfrlet: Davis and Gina ....e. Best freshman Lori Flynn and senior FFA, Senior Chapter: Cynthia Sue Too.......JiOO p.m. 't.f
'ee4 GIff.. -*.M'.., etc. ,
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bmlddin g permits were issued In 1 brief 15-mlnute meeting Tuesday liPwPslocating a mobile home" 'on, 01_,.7:00'oM. :{ .;
period Sept 30 1 night: ,:'
total < \
V for an estimated value of .' MNtMe.lrCIOa
;$&,036.0111n new construction. :I' James D. Bennett was granted .In the only other item of new lndtwd C.wi Cfi .mml.... ,
The total includes permits issued I permission to advertise for a business. Jerome Johns.chairman of "' McNag t .A.M. { t f t
for Bradford County Including on rezoning 1/2 acre: near Crystal the zoning board,asked for a hearing .\:C.orM.aa.1 ;{:
'municlpalitlea of Brooker, Hampton J Lake At the hearing, set for the next on rezoning five acres of property **
and Lawtey..but excluding SUrke. I regular meeting of the toning board west of his home on Crystal Lake Uwtoy City," 'I.it I Iy
The information was revealed In the on the last Tuesday of the month in from R1A (residential OR (open Me+Hs117t3$p. \
will ask for rural!). The bearing was granted and ,
annual report on operational 111 Tuesday night, Oct. so, to I reclassiflcatlon from R1A to RIC of also set for the November meeting. ""
the Bradford County Zoning Board. I the half-acre: ea south of ...I.nHtrLHo.. 4
The report showed $20. 30. Inrevem.es j Starke off old Highway 100 for the Index. 1 .P'Jc-ncd"," .
collected during the fiscalyear .. MM91..M.. .. i ;
from contracts with NwC tyHn :: :
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SECTIONS municipalities (to handle their zoning SECTION AI Coudesy'ot'. ',.. .:f
WEATHER; FORECAST rt
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applications), and
fees materials
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and a net cost to the county of$21,.89 Editorial.. .. .. ..... Parent JACKIIII'S. mum
for operation of the zoning, planning* i1,.. ..t... ."............t.......... News...... .".. ...0. PatlAALeasts ,: i
and building: departments. ......., to won. web.an.r.d.h.w.nmthly. a Real, Bit... ... Page tlA SIPPlY' 'OStwke l'
Sophomore this members work T ody right t.get (heir class float ready From the S43.OS budget lot 7S-79 ON th. loot -..*. H win ....MnMfc ''
the zoning and building departments ,at: .. wMil .$.. o 'a.lle""eo1a,;>Q ; !
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ferine homecoming parade set '.wlli. .... Friday. leis portly dev4ro'worm e S CT ONt
spent 141.0211. returning l.S701 the. low '.......o4 ekaw.vs sad dualwahawwa S/Mftl'.a./ .. ,..2I..a" "t'k i t;,hi...Ii;;\M \:t tHwy'IOOAndll.ie '
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I Montgomery Ward has New Location, New Owners



A Jim said he will continue working at had previously worked at Clay Flea Jim said customers can: order: from
new MOIItcOlMl'1 Ward' the
store bu opened up In the Leila catalotl Mun- Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, where he's tric Co-op In Keystone Heights for 16 for Immediate catalog or delivery.buy Item from stock
worked for "This Is
17 really years.
years.
dy building on CaD Street
with a grand opening celebration In stane.. Linda's store and I'll back her al the Also working at the store will be Jim and Unda said they are looking
place today ( : takto way to bring the fine people of this Norma Jean TeUtone and Dimple forward to working with and serving
and Friday and Saturday Thursday Nov 1), area an efficient and weT-run place to Overstreet. Mrs. Overstreet will be the people In Bradford, Union, Clay
and Alacbua counties."The .
do business. working part time.A .
"Downtown Stark
choice for an all new was our tint drawing will be!held Saturday: fora Christmas season to on us now
Ward Montgomery Also, being a member of the Brad- $100 credit on any orders placed and we have the Christmas books and
Agency Jim and
say Linda ford County school board takes a lot of with Ward's.A
Lawson the new special door prize will regular catalogs in the store foryouto
owners. "It's the
Starke we both love and the time and study, Jim says. also be given away Saturday. pick up DOW. Come on in and visit
city we Linda will be of the
grew up In." manager Pasteries and coffee will be served your new Montgomery Ward
catalog sales agency be the from 10 a.m. to noon today, Friday and Aleney. say Jim sq
"After a lot of thought Linda and I Jack-of-all trades," said Jim. Linda and Saturday.Nine and Linda Lawson. r. rr,
bought out the Ward* Agency with
of moving it off 301 to a
more desired area with more parkingand
a slower pace of fast moving County Forester Assisted.65 Landowners
highway travelers. At the same time
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the Leila Mundy building became va- ;sixty-live>> landowners and agencieswere detailed forestry management C
cant for the first time in over 30 years. assisted by the county foresterIn reports were prepared covering 1,384 .A street tree analysis of the City of ,
After looking ..t it. it was quickly fiscal: 1978-79, Including six that had acres. Starke will be conducted.
decided this was a natural for our new never been assisted before, the Brad The county forester provided Provide for release of new forestry '
Montgomery Ward Agency; not only ford County Commission was told In assistance in the marketing of$81,220 Ideas through weokly articles In the -, :-- .
for Ward's but. hopefully it would the annual forest worth of forestry products,comparedto Bradford County Telegraph. :
generate more business for our presented by District Forester A.G. $5,180 in the 77-78 fiscal year. Contact all wood-using Industriesin { $ 4L __
downtown Starke. MMnll: _. Technical assistance was or is now Bradford County and offer utilization rf rfr
being given all the landowners who assistance
harvested these areas In order to Contact landow.ters In the countyto
reforest them, the 78-79 report states. help them manage their forest pro-
301 N.
Other activities in which the county perty. r 1 3
Starke Fla. 0 964.7478 forester was Involved were: Contlmie to promote good forest
Helped conduct FFA Foresty Field management and conservation prac-:
Call AheadCLUCKIN'GOOD Day in the Bradford High School tices within the county.
Forest
The state law permitting the Division

Conducted the seedling packet of Forestry to employ foresters _._ ..
sale. 800 seedlings were sold to people In cooperation with the county was -
In the passed by the Leglrlature of 1941.
Starke .
IIle..Particlpated The law Police Chief Jimmy Bowen shows off part of the new equipment In the\! soon-to-
provides:
in the Bradford Coun- be completed police department on Adkins Street. Bowen said the.move will
ty Fair, with a booth showing equip- "For the purpose stimulating the hopefully take place over the weekend.
ment used in forestry. production of umber wealth through
3 pieces honeydip chicken the proper use of forestland
Provided assistance for cost-share county, and in Florida, In genera Move Into New
dinner, french fries, cole slaw, # money to be distributed to lan- and making and keeping the land best Police to
;. downers for forestry policies. suited to that purpose profitable to the
buttermilk biscuits and honey. N'' Attended training and technical owner, the county and the state, the
t seminars to improve expertise in Board of County Commissioners of This Weekend
+ forestry. any county is hereby authorized to appropriate Building
Served as a judge at the Bradford funds and to enter into -
High School Science Fair. cooperative agreements with the
During the 79-80 fiscal: year the Florida Board of Forestry under The Starke police department will mirror, a double-locked storage area
Only $225Everyday Bradford County Cooperative terms and conditions specified be moving into their new head- for contraband and plenty of space for
Forestry Management (CFM) will herein,and such other terms and con- quarters on 205 W. Adkins St. this record storage. Another special
continue to offer assistance to anyone ditions not inconsistent herewith as in weekend if the parking lot Is. feature is the locks-keys cannot..be
in the county on matters of forestry or the judgement of the Boards will best blacktopped, according to Police duplicated for any of the locks Bowen
( Prices) natural resources. In addition, the serve the individual landowner the Chief Jimmy Bowen. said. : .
--- -------- following items will be stressed: : county and the state as a whole with The$28,000 building has been under
respect to reforestation and the construction for about eight months, Bowen said he was the designer and
utilization of forest products." with a majority of the work done by Ted Oglesby drew up the plans. Mostof
The county forester, as ad- students at the Bradford-Union Vo- the work was completed .by .the
.ministerted! by the Florida Division of Tech center under the supervision of students, with the electrical,-plumb-
Forestry, is responsible for assisting David Fenniger, Silas Jenkins and ing, and carpeting jobs done.:by con-
small landowners in managing their Gene Tanner. About 40 students were tracters.The painting was done by inmates -
forest lands, based on analysis of Involved In the construction, at Lawtey Correctional- In-
woodland conditions and owners' estimated Ted Oglesby, director of stitute.
desires, for optimum productivity the Vo-tech center.
while conserving the land. The energy-efficient building has
Two Great Rates
He also performs urban forestry 1,600 square feet of space and several Bowen said he was going ask the
work, which Includes assistance to amenities the old police department commission for about $1.500 to buy
planning groups, school board, parks doesn't have. some furniture. "I'm sureJhey'U: go
and recreation departments and "The dispatcher's office is completely along with my request." sii::=..iis:::
shade tree assistance to landowners.In closed off-no one can get in "We tried to think of everything
addition the forester when we designed this building;;' I
county here but me and the dispatchers,
for Savers.
Smart coordinates local forestry and conservation said Bowen as he pointed out the think we will be pretty happy here;'
activities with the Agricultural. almost hermetically sealed room with ... said Bowen ziv\
Extension Service, Soil, and Water ,the bullet-proof,Ia... Bowen explain- ..:;,?; The windowless building is desigji-
; ., Conservation; Districts, .and,.the, Cjjed;ilts.eafer+;to have i the dlapatchet-. ;;;_ ed to hold a temperature level and{,
I Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation "locked in" and also creates a more in case of a power outage, the air conditioning -
.. I Service as well as keepingthe efficient work system. shuts oft a circulating tap
public informed of new The new building also has a locker will automatically be kicked on,keep: '
developments in forestry through the room and shower for police officers, ing the temperature the same for 72
news media. He also provides local an Interrogation room with a two-way hours, Bowen said. :i 5
SIX-MONTH FOUR YEAR governments with professional ad- .j
vice concerning land use planning,city .

MONEY MARKET MONEY MARKET problems.beautification, and environmental Pecan Auction to be Held Nov. 15 : -.'


CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATES a.I II 1I111Jl Ilii b- Tn With the pecan season beginning, beginning at 1 p.m. A market fee,of
the Florida Department of one-half cent per pound will be charg
Agriculture and Consumer Services ed to both grower and buyers. -. -
has announced a Nov. is pecan auc It was also pointed out that buyers
tion to take place at the Brooker State must be licensed by the Florida
Farmers'.Market. Department of Agriculture or:', pay

12.565 0/0 11.125 0/0 Since the pecan crop Is light in the cash mailed, and the growers following checks Monday lifter

Bradford County area, auctions will the sale. '.:-
not be held every Thursday night, Allen stressed that should
pecans
said Robert Allen
,
Effective Annual Yield on Effective Annual Yield on division.specialist in the FDACS marketing marketing not and be that put the in same paper variety or plastic of pecans bags,

should be separated so they can be
Rubbing gold leaf with Allen said the pecans must be '
weighed at the same time. ;.=:;
onion |Juice brightens It. weighed between 8 a.m. and noon on For further information
the day of the sale, with the sale 964-6951 jrall
or 485-1140. *._


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when you deposit $10,000 minimum in this Ideal for small or big depositors. The e rrr yr r., r ;3::

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reinvestment at the same rate, however, left to compound daily for one yearin l

rate and reissue cannot be guaranteed your account. Federal regulations requirea .-I

beyond the Certificate's original maturity. substantial interest penalty for early ti t

Federal regulations substantial withdrawals.
require a -.....
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prohibit compounding of interest duringthe

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SOLID PINE SOFA with MATCHING ROCKER $ 549
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'FederalSavIngs ARM CHAIR and OTTOMAN auoorr7tawa
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TWO END TABLES & COFFEE TABLE SAVE: r80 Nowt Arta sate Price aD910.e'

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220 N. Main Street Phone 377-3344 & 3501 W. University Avenue Phone 373-3482

&3300 SW Archer Road Phone 372-0431 O STARKE 395 W. Madison Street Phone 9645000KEYSTONE .

HEIGHTS Lawrence Boulevard & Sylvan Way- Phone 473-4952 LAKE BUTLER art k t

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A 48-year-old man Is being held her," said Capt. Scotty Rhoden. "She I, i t
without bond in the Bradford County also bad 50-70 small puncture wounds *I. I
I jail after being charged with first- tnPbfce been" 1 a at
degree murder by police In the had summoned to the
beating death of his common law same area Saturday afternoon to '.
wife. quell a disturbance between Riagson !
Harold T. Rlggson. of tot E. and another man after Riggson found'
Thomas St. was charged the man and woman together,Rhoden \
murder Sunday before County Judge said. Later that night police accompanied t
EWe Sanders who denied balL a hospital rescue unit to the *
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Nancy Lee Mays 31, of the same residence. ,
address, was pronounced dead on arrival "When we got there, we found her L
I In Bradford County Hospital dead." Rhoden said. "After talking -
around 10 p.m. Saturday night. Ten with several people out there, we arrested t
',' tatlve cause of death was listed as the suspect" t j
ff1; 11 beating and strangulation according An autopsy is being performed to ,
to police. determine the exact cause of death,
''She was beaten severely, and Rhoden said.
) y there were multiple bruises over !So This is How to Make a Pizza! '. 4/.. f II

Second graders from Lawtey Inviting adults from the Swishlne I
Elementary a treat at Pizza Hut Acres program and the near future I
FSP Inmate M urderedRichard Monday morning when manager Alan hopes to have some promotionalspecials
.Creioa Invited them to tour the and raise funds for Sunshine
restaurant, and make their own pit Acres.
A 35-year old Florida! State Prison Dagger, assistant Sal for a little party
Inmate has been charged with superintendent FSP,said the cause Here. Jerry Bradley (back to ,
murder for the weekend stabbing for the stabbing "may have been camera) and James McNeal get a little YOU
,,. death of Willie George Reese another something like that, or it could have help from Creion In making a pit
ti xt FSP inmate. had homosexual implications" ta. AUTO 7 f j
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cause of prison
Creion said he's getting more involved
Willie Middleton was charged after violence. KNOW
assail : with the community and will
be stabbed Reese twice with a be Inviting more school children to
homemade knife during a movie in tour his restaurant. lie said he will be ByGene
:j the prison's gymnasium Saturday Ross r,
night officials said. It was the firstmurder
at FSP since last Thanksgiving
Day. ,Q. I have to add waterto

I the battery la my car:
.. Middleton 35. Is andgse 36-year |Just about every weak
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sentence for burglary battery even la the winter
enJrUchird Stone serves np'Cblckea Bog at WMtebead's Saturday night. from Escambia County months and I often ,
"There was an argument over who f
was going to be boss in the wine" I have to replace burned
said Wiley Clark investigator for the out light bulbs. la something
Chicken
Bog and Bear Stew state attorney's office. wrong with my
electrical system
Prisoners the different wings or'
Gather section at FSP have their own convict A. Probably It Is the chart
Whitehead'sBy
Fans helrarchy "incharge of dope gambl ing system Instead of the electrical
ing" and other illegal activities and system The synp-j I
most counts wasn't the largest I talking with folks(In the off-campaign privileges, Clark said. COME SEE US FOR ALL YOUR GARDENING NEEDS... Yams'that too you much describe currant susittt1 is beIns -I ,
gathering of 'chicken bog' and bear'' year were: U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua; put out. reiulUnj In bat-
tent: enthusiasts, but according to iState Treasurer Bill Gunter' 1 ery overcharie. Test the "
Union i County Sheriff John Whitehead Supreme Court Justices James Cit TSa y/ktc. .r .. LANDSCAPING & DESIGN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS yolt... rf uUtor. B. sure .-
beat of the 16 Adkina and Joseph A.Boyd,Jr. Commissioner
was one of the parties ; the regulator ground Is not
year fall political parade. I of Agriculture Doyle Con' I 9 .GRADE WORK .MOWING, TILLING, toots or dirty. U the ground'j
In excess of 2.000 people gathered in representatives; Frank Williams nw is clean and tight there nay
the middle of Whitehead's. cow and George Grady and 6th,,senatorial DOZER WORK DISCING be an open circuit In the r.- ,
pasture beginning early Saturday district candidate afternoon and the last party goers Klrkpatrlck.Whlteheaa.. FREE ESTIMATES ,the contact may be stuck. I
turned back the clock about 2 a.m. '-said:=manywtirfrnli '' 'settaa ;''mounted One type on of the regulator firewall or Is

.Sunday' .. morning. JackaomtlkMerrhtwere obligated fa) 'lender. Another type Is a
: a simillar type party m: 'Green nose;, (solid state unit inside tb.
'fro'political speeches were offered .Springs the same night but everyone. OOPE R45N (alternator. Some built-in rea
',but the hungry crowd was served the who came bragged on the; food anxS 'luUtori' can be replaced and tt=
'usual grass-roots delicacies as .bands that kept the crowd daodnstaVHtil ,, some cannot. In the latter
:chicken pileau,smoked mullet, bar-b-' 3 a.m. case, replace the wore unit
:'cue chicken and bear stew by Lt.Gov.. Miss Florida Penny Shltftliawae 2111 N. Temple
:'W.yneMlxaon, U.S. Senator Richard ,also on band for the sheriffs nomad
Stone and Senator Kenneth "Buddy" "birthday bash" which began to 1961 :. Buddy .Mea,.. ***.. oat Starke Automotive Parts Center'
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,xr A lot Clay-Bradford County and lived for a white at TUusvUto building at Kingley Lake. and dive for then" she recalled. -
I fade before returning to this area to make rr- : ;
b1stoIy .away with Jim and their permanent bo "Folke weren't so fun of pride: In "At first we used to cook in the
Florence St clJand. who II'8W up ton te- those days as they are now," Mrs. fireplace, but later on we got a wood ,.
different IIdes 01 KJnpJey Lake,later stove and that made things easier.We
In fda early days Jim Strickland
: married,and lived to a ripe old on church ad.ggcow penthshoes"heavy "
I Ia i age wherever he we light,
worked Job
Mrs
__ their homestead east of Starke on and was proud of UM factttthat he ( boots with a brass plate on' the Hornsby ssaWudescrifor / life
what is now Highway u. They were helped set out the tint atrawberrie in toe), but they had pride enough to be in the early days.: "We got our water
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married almost 65 years. the Lawtey area for Guy Knicker- clean and neat from a fine, bubbling spring which
bocker on' a plot of land near the old was right near the 1aU.'
Jim Hornsby came to this area "They didn't ask toelornrmbyyssoldd.
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from Pennsylvania In 1882 with his Grace Methodist Church. Back; In church then." Mrs. } For entertainment there were singIng -
r parents and the family settled at the those day berry pickers were paid, "When a family was In need a collection parties. "We would meet at each t .,
big Sundell orange grove on the south two cents worked a quart then, Hornsby for week recalled and was taken up for them,but otherwise others home and sing hymns; and old Al4
and be 81 a
side of the lake, where his father was his board. there wu no regular church col tunes and enjoy it a lot. There was an k tfi H" lY l
employed. lection." old pump organ at Mr. Howe's

He also lay claim to betas;the first house" Mrs. Hornsby recalled."I .

: Mrs. Hornsby, daughter of, one In the area to use a mowing She remembered a "mean oldteaeher" remember father
machine while working for a northerner who was always whipping my whipping
Abraham and Armadilla Strickland,
out rice and the cane boilings,
sugar
one of the children,"especially Ralph
who
"thecontraption"
Mr. Ott brought
was born at Strickland's Landing on a Blanchard." One day be fell in the' and all the farm work I dld-
down with him when be
the north aide of Kingsley Lake,
scratching burning out
branch and the children laughed and up peanuts
settled at Lawtey. "Up to that time
where her great-grandfather Simeon practically
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booted.he climbed out whIM Ida bat stumps, and everything
folks had cut mulch with sythe or
Strickland, settled In Ul5t. around the farm but plowing and
floated off downstream.
with a hoe. Mr. Hornsby Mid. splitting rails." ." l'f"

FLORENCE HORNSBY The two were married it Green Mrs. Hornsby remembered attending The Strickland farm on the lake "" '.,
Enjoyed A Joke Cove Springs when Florence was 18, school and church In the same was loaded with fruit of all kinds. Ending the interview, published by '!t1e
I, There were oranges (sweet, bittersweet The Telegraph back in 1990, Mrs. 1:1A
... and sour-which were fine Hornby chuckled "I have always :
r for making pies), an orchard of tried lobe good,but I have been temp. t':'ratN
\ bananas and ted times and really had to bat- '''!
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Was Senator Edward Kennedy so misled by have already emerged with Carter stressing .'Ii",
the political polls that he thought he could "steadiness during personal and national Mole crickets have been especially ,hose to empty the quart Jar is recom- ---- --- ..,:-::.'] ..

have the Democratic presidential nominationon crisis" and his closeness to Kennedy on all bad this summer and fall. They are mended. Put the amount of insecticide JIM HORNSBY i* :hue

a silver platter, witnotft struggle? If so, he issues except spending. Kennedy has already damaging lawns, pastures, strawberries in the Jar for BOO square feet. MaklngShlngtel--1.. :; ?
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must already be thoroughly disillusioned, begun trying to moderate his liberal record, and greens. water.Fill the Spray Jar the out rest the contents of the way over with MO ';.; ....1Cr.

although he has now passed the point of no moving more toward the center, and trying to Mole crickets: are most active at !square feet.To Insure even coverage, Cecelia Terwillegar '" :hlt,
return and must go forward with his campaign avoid His "big spender" label in the eyes of night,and especially when after a rain or Irrigation spray back and forth across the same ,: .. ..--u''.

organization, whether or not. conservatives, at the same time, by winks and above 70 degrees.the When temperature conditions Is area. After spraying, irrigate for Appointed to ,, .:.,., ,:'
about 40 minutes( about "
or put on liS"of
nods, indicating to liberals that he's still with such as these exist, they will come to .
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water to leach the
It is difficult to understand why Senator them. the surface and make burrows In the the top one to two Inches insecticide of soil).,into Suwannee Authority ,'J'j;: ?.
Kennedy has adopted this hazardous course upper inch or two of soil. Occasionally ......'..'. ..dJ
which pits him against an incumbent Presi- Kennedy will also harp on the theme that they will partially emerge from If afait is used apply when it Is not Cecelia T. Terwillegar Starkel:;'*;
the soil and gather bits of food from likely to rain overnight and realtor has been notified Gov. Bob: : b-j
dent and, threatens to split the democratic President Carter can't win against the the soil surface. by .-
preferably apply late in the after
Graham of her appointment to the "w
party into two warring camps when he could Republican nominee in the General Election, noon. The most effective time for Governing Board of the Suwanhee'-,,3i.
wait four years and probably have the if Damage to lawn grass and other baiting Is during August and River Authority for a
even nominated. But a lot of water will one-year
go
nomination for the asking, without all the over the dam before November 1980 and the plants Is primarily through feeding on September when the nymphs are Oct 23. 1979 to Oct. 20, 1980. tennl"t;;
the roots,but their burrowing loosensthe growing fast and much food.It iw
damaging side effects. require fill\ the vacancy left bV the resignation''" >
volatile polls which and down like the soil,causing plants to dry out and
go up / ls very important to scatter it thinly of Dudley Hardy. ""',::}'
sometimes they are completely and evenly over the soil surface. A .. "
stock market could far different ""S
give a
The only obvious answer is that the Senator ,uprooted.iThe, meandering burrows of
few flakes should fall on every square The Authority is composed of coun-:ccft
must have been deceived by the polls and the reading twelve months from now, especially ,mole crickets are about 1/8" in inch of soil in the treated area. In our ties in the Suwannee River basin and'-H'
enthusiasm of his draft-Kennedy supportersinto when Carter is pitted against such slim pick- diameter and easily seen In short experiments, best results have been deals with development and :en.:';,it':'I
counting President Carter out of the ings as the GOP can offer. mown grass or newly planted areas. obtained with low percentage baits vironmental affairs affecting the'-'il.
((0.9 percent or 1 percent) rather than river. The next meeting will be held '*
running-a very serious mistake According to We still have several effective Inaectlcdea -
Steve Wayne presidential affairs analyst at active a higher percentageof Nov. 8 at Fanning Springs where a'vroih/
most Washington political analysts the path to that we can use as a treat- of Ingredient.: This Is no doubt slide overview of the Suwannee
the nomination for either candidate will be along George Washington University, says, "The ment for mole crickets. Use spray or to the larger volume of bait required ecosystem and its problems will be

gruelling, grinding test of strength and Florida caucuses were important for they bait Is expected when the to be overnight 70 degrees temperature or above. over given area to obtain the presented by Helen Hood,president of

political clout in all fifty states. showed Carter's muscle..he's still a skillful Have the turf moist at the time the the Suwanne River Coalition. 5 5WM
electoral is ,, treatment U applied. If it has become \ <.* NV I ILMrtfi'TerWlllegar
politician".who good.at.getting '
With the Florida Democratic Convention elected." I. dry, irrigate the area to be treated by thorough 5* dleqibutlon. em..... .6KJI", estate office in Starke established I five years per

coming in'a couple of weeks Kennedy is running the penetration of the spray Baits be hand. To and is
up into the soil or In the cue of baits,encourages may applied by ago currently president of the
sure to suffer another psychological defeat in Carter's muscle will be even more Obvious > the mole crickets to come to Insure even coverage, spread back Bradford-Union Board of Real
the presidential preference straw ballot that after the Florida convention, and Senator Ken the surface to feed on the bait. and forth across a measured area, Estate She is a member of the Bradford -
will be taken at that time. nedy will know beyond doubt that he must then turn at right angles and spread County Democratic Executive
Apply the insecticide properly. back and forth across the same area Committee, Is currently serving
use all his skills and money-and then some-to' When using it Is important to' again. If distributed by hand, be sure secretary of the group, and was
Though neither candidate has officially an- oust an incumbent President from the White apply the insecticide spray In a large to wear natural rubber gloves. Do not elected first alternate to the
nounced, the themes of the nomination race House. amount of water. Jar attachments to water in after applying. November state convention the;recent
garden hoses are excellent tools for Democratic caucus, She has
home gardeners to use. Regardless of whether a or served one year on the Starke Zoning
'i' bait is used,a second application spray In 10 & Planning Commission and has been
The type which requires 15 to 20' days to 2 weeks provides more reappointed for a three-year terms

I Changing Political Images gallons of water passing through the thorough control .3 i

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One of the most perceptive political writersin shortcomings. "Matters had reached the point FORESTRYIy Realtors Hear i jj

the business, Joseph C. Harsch of the Chris- where any fair-minded person had to I
tian Science Monitor, was quick to recognizethe recognize that blaming Mr. Carter for II IN BRADFORD COUNTY Mark Fries Bank Official Is

change in President Carter's image as a anything and everything had gone beyond the __ s 1

has-been, one-term President, projected last limits of even political unreasonableness, andit The Bradford-Union Real Estate
August by the news media, to that of a strong was time for a shift in preoccupations,"says This summer's floods across much Board met last Wednesday at the
contender, emerging after the Florida the writer. "Did Mr. Kennedy'enter the race of Florida have brought a flood of It's inevitable that many trees will Holiday Inn, with Ray >Norman, vice
caucuses on October 13. just in time to save Mr. Carter? I am inclined questions to Division of Forestry offices die from in this year's high water lastfifleen president their of Community State Bank
Central as
especially Florida.The guest speaker.Norman .
to think that is exactly what happened." on how to save trees from water. ;
damage.The years have generally been i
Harsch notes that when he left for a holiday deficient in rainfall and new trees spoke about how banking
in early September the American political Thanks to Kennedy's candidacy the Presi- answer is simple, though have encroached ,upon areas where procedures have changed over the
scene was dominated by two phenomena: dent now has time to catch his political breathby frustrating: there isn't much that can water has begun to move back again, past five years, becoming more com-
having someone to share the searing be done to save a tree from drowning. these trees will have petitive than ever. He also spoke
But fortunately It will take six to eight young to adaptor about bank loans, saying the min
1. From the left wing of the Democratic Par- searchlight with him. weeks of standing water to kill a die.Two of Florida's favorites,oak purpose of a lending institution Is:to

ty rose a mighty chorus of demand for EdwardM. healthy tree. If the area around a tree and dogwood, are among the species help and meet the financial needs!of
Kennedy. "Now it is Kennedy's turn in the spotlight, is flooded for only a week or so, the that don't appreciate changes in the people. |
2. From his Washington colleagues of the and the more it plays upon him the less he appears tree will generally recover without water table.Chances .
to be a Galahad or even a Lancelot any help unless it has been weakenedby N"orman
news fraternity rose an almost unanimous said the
other problems. Some trees, such are good that any valuable way Community
chant of assumption that the political fortunes trotting towards Camelot," observes Mr. as tupelo maple and cypress,are actually mature tree has already been State'Bank Is helping the growth? of
of President Carter had reached an irretrievable Harsch. "The flaws from the past cast new benefited by a fluctuation In the established on dry land and can survive Starke is by making loans. He said
low. Hence, it was generally shadows." water,table. these cyclical floods. If your tree loans from his bank are based strictly
still shows signs of stress two months on deposits, or a percentage
assumed he had
become
already a one-term his Leaves that turn yellow or take a after the water has receded, it wouldbe deposits. Mortgage loans from CSB;
President. Continuing analysis Mr. Harsch says: scorched look are one of the first wise to seek outside help. are usually five to 10 years,with Qt:
"During his years in the Senate, Kennedy symptoms of a drowning tree causedby maximum being 15 years, Nol' Ubl"p
Harsch continues: "It never ceases to had gradually I built around himself the imageof 8 lack of air getting down throughthe For landowners interested in pum-- aald. w- .
amaze me, even after watching and chronicl- a hard-working, earnest legislator more ground to the roots. If the tree is been pines this siigi November has t
ing the American for concerned with good legislation than,with his especially valuable or unique, some designated .. -up period for Alter-Norman spoke, Cecilia Ter t.
political scene 50 years, attempt might be made to create a the Forestry Incentives Program willegar announced that
how quickly the pattern of American politicscan own political future. He was not greedy, or drainage system and funnel away the (FIP). Bryan, Vernie Odom and
change. reaching for anything too fast. He was a loyal water. This should never, be done, Faulkner will represent the RaIPi"
party man. though by raising the ground level Any landowner interested In planting in upcoming. subdivision
"In August Mr. Carter was finished washedup around the base of the tree, which 20 or more acres of pine trees meftjn Rs :
would suffocate the roots by soil should contact the ASCS office the
"Had he stayed within that I do not only or Lu Creen
a political relic of the past. By mid- pattern Instead of water. County Forester for an application. Sanders and Martha
October, after the Florida caucuses, he had see how he could have failed to get the PIP is a coat-share program that pays Darko were n *"**
become 'vulnerable'-which is a long way up Democratic nomination in 1984. The succession Having a professional tree service up to 75% of the planting and site associates of Terwillegar Realty. ;
from the depths. Any man who is 'vulnerable' would have settled upon him without the trim back the top might also be preparation costs. m
of helpful. Pruning a tree in trouble can A Christmas buffet Is ? '
is still a political force to be watched and lifting a finger. being planned:
by reducing the tree's For further Information call
measured. .often help requirement the for Dec. 21 at .the Starke Golf andS
to sustain 1IIe.L County Forester at 954-0280. Country Club.
"But that Image is gone now. Instead of be- jgDOB

Mr. Harsch thinks the big cause of the ing the wise and patient politician waiting for 1 1i"

change in the political pattern was the changeover the right moment to make his entry by

during September from a possible Ken massive popular demand he has become a : 49R.4! C o

nedy candidacy to an active and overt, though rather over-eager: politician reaching, : 4 tgg

still not declared candidacy.The prematurely for something which he has yet to ", miliij .
earn. The spotlight is less than kind to him. r plt

main result of this change, he declares, O o
has been to shift the political spotlight from "None of which says that Carter will be SINCE lin'
Mr. Carter to Mr. Kennedy-a change which he renominated by the Democrats. But It does TfoN O. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER j

belieyes is very,much to Mr. Carter's advantage say: that thanks to Kennedy, the President has Publishers ,"' '"

and Mr. Kennedy's disadvantage. had a reprieve, and a breathing space in whichto ,........eabi..a".d.rwl...-... -nos./clue.......I A*....C4fk.M.taHk..Hep .in..,Act..Mmh I,is 7f '
J take advantage of the advice he must begetting

M"I"long as he ,was the sole occupant of the 'now from the three experienced' !.; : .. ", "
spotlight, Mr., Carter suffered from over- Was nlans'be brought'" '.tata the" White -, lb.eeta4f,11et'i': : '' t:' :......;'c ,"" ..:'" ." '1,''V...'i,: .':,, f"if,;,.?.t-.i'......,..n..ill'

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party Halloween-birthday Holds Troop was combination PartyA 614 enjoyed by -1HI _,1. [ moot,9.o:1f 64.ide / /7 4'wiJ 1


Junior Girl Scout Troop
Thursday night Oct.

25.honor"with and the "ghost birthdaygirl of HomemakersTo, Meet Dream Girl Pageant Lists Three New Entries I

being Juliette FI
Lowe "
the founder of the troop. Thursday, Nov. 8 The second annual Dream Girl D.vldPrev.U'e..sonofM..nd Last year's winners will been band':r
All the girls wore w sew"k Beauty Pageant,to be held Saturday. Mrs. Wayne Prevail, is sponsored by to help with the,crowning of thif'year's
costumes with prizes for f Bradford County Homemakers will Dec.:I.at the National Guard Armory the FlsWn Shack. winners ?
costume contest win- M meet Thursday Nov. 8, at 10..m. at in Starke has three new entries this ", .'
Lisa the Agriculture building. week. -"
ners going to
Anyone interested In being a C! Qtee-
Tlerney, Susie Wilson, All members are asked to bring Terri TiUman daughter of Mr.and tent, please contact Debra Norman '
and Donna Younts. their favorite Christmas Mrs. Randy
recipe
Tillman is 3 years old 964- 849. Margaret Bennett, 9M-8256
A great time was had by all,with special thanks going to mothers for decorations prepared,along with the recipe.A and J ia being! sponsored by Sonny's or Joan Carter 964-5163 or 782-3377
and party treats. separate table will dialay gifts Bar B Q of Jacksonville. after S.
Troop 614 meets regularly at the Small World Day Nursery on Bridges St. members have made. at the *' Show __ 3r +
every Thursday from 6:30-7:30: p.m. Any 4th-6th grade girl interestested in and Tell"progr.m.Next
scouting can call 964-8464 or 1164- 968. craft workshop will be Thursday .
I Nov. building.15. at 10 a.m. at theAgriculture F r': ;

BPW Club Celebrates 30th AnniversaryWith #

Glenda Terrell ___
Supper Oct. 25

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The stance: Business ana rroies- Miss Lillian stump, MISS Delta Cecil StanleyTo
sional Women's Club celebrated its Rosenberg and Mrs. Lillian Pearson.
30th year anniversary with a supper Each of the women spoke briefly alto Wed Nov. 9
Oct.25 at the Chamber of Commerce.All what it meant to her to have been 44 h5
past"Women of the Year"were chosen a"Woman of the Year". -I Sz
invited as honored guests.Six of those As a money raising project club Roy Starling of Graham and Reba aj
Crews of Starke the
women of achievement who attended members sold raffle tickets on an announce approaching
were Mrs. Arlln afghan that was made and donated by marriage of their j A.
McKnIghtMMrs. daughter Glenda Terrell to Cecil
Lucille Payne, Barbara Watts of Lawtey. Lillian
Stanley, of Mr.and Mr.Cecil A. _
son
asked to draw for the raffle r
Stump was Stanley.Sr. of Williston. David rrevaii 1
ticket and the winner was
Small World Nursery"Haunted" Florence Six with ticket F67, She The wedding will take place Friday Kerry Fay Taylor age 4. is the
works at Cecil Field. Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Bayless daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Taylor and
for a Night Scrapbooks and albums were very Highway Baptist Church. is sponsored by Carter's TV. .-
All friends and relatives are Invitedto _.
displays about .
interesting reading attend. ---
Children enrolled In the Small Starke women of years ago. Terri TUlman Kerry Fay Taylor
World Day Care nursery their A skit was read of an actual 1949
families and guests had an early radio interview regarding Business

Halloween Monday night, Oct. 29, and tives Professional of their organization.Women and obJec- __ Aft. _--. -......-
with party at the nursery including
a costume contest apple-bobbing
and Halloween sing-a-longs. -
Thirty children came dressed for Denise Dowling and MINIATURE '
the costume contest with four taking ON i KRAFT'V LUNCH BOILNATIONAL
home prizes for their dress. Ron Anderson
Zurfluh s dracula getup won the Danny SUn''AID
award for scariest Emily Nugent Wed Nov3 DAR-B-Q S
To
was a zombie-judged the most
original, Andrea Hewett's clown SAUCE RAISINS
costume won the funniest award and Wedding vows between Denise
Paz 14 HALF
Candice Roberts as a mummy was Dowling daughter of Mrs. Lila Dowl- ASSORTED FLAVORS swla OUNCE"
the ugliest.All ing ana the late T.A.Dowling of Lake FAVORITES BOXES18oz
the costume contestants received Butler and Danny Anderson, son of JAR M A CSLLO SAO
a small prize and all the children Mr.and Mrs.Rex Anderson of Starke _
were served spider punch pumpkin will be exchanged Saturday Nov. 3,
cake and snacks to go with theirtreatsbags at 7:30 m.in Sardls Baptist Churchin 59 !7L
of candy.A Worthington Springs.
little bit of fright was thrown in All friends and relatives are in '\1' .. .I _- ______
when the kids listened to scary vited. A reception will follow. : ;: BETTY CROCKER
records.outs also played Halloween NESTLE
games and disco danced in- .
doors. Rev.and Mrs.T.A.Steel and familyof CAKE HOT COCOA
Helping the nursery staff of Carol Lutz Fla.,spent the weekend with
Flynn, Elaine Nugent and Linda Mrs. 1ti.B. Mundy at Kingsley Lake.
Pressly as hostesses for the night They were joined on Sunday by Mr. ASSORTED!!!
were Teresa Hobbs Barbara Ben- and Mrs. Norman Young of
ckowsky and Mrs. Vera Nugent. Gainesville. MARSHMALLOWS
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Miss Connie Dyal., .. ;bJ 1JoJ f10rP .
w ': Dr.and Mrs.Klert Sundusadee and
i Bflly Ray Bell. Mr*. L.K. WBfMMftd sprat! Oct family visited Busch Gardens 9pun-
1 1MB with her son, Cadet Ken day .
ToWedNov,9Mr. Whltabead at Weal Point On Saturday ::
night they ware dinner gue"ts of
FliSUSr
and Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr. of Major and tin. Robert A. Kroner, BRADFORD SQUARE ,
Graham announce the approaching also of West Point. Mrs. Kromer was DESIGNS BY .":.
the former Sutton of Key tone '
marriage of their daughter, Connie Nancy
Marie, to Billy Ray Bell son of Mrs. Heights. PROfESSiOnALS.Mr. .
.--, .. -- Louise Bell of Starke and the late
Raymond Bell. and Mrs. lamar Goldwire of 964-7954 .
shows off a perky The wedding will take place Friday Palatka were weekend guests of Mr
Ward that Nov. D, at 7:30 p.m. at Grace BaptistChurch. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwirews .
In the Junior ..- -- :..-
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No invltationa are being sent, but
all friends and relatives...invited to
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I To Meet Nov. 7 e ONE
STOP
: W.T.Weeks chapter UDC will meet ,
Wednesday, Nov. 7, at > p.m. at the
home of Mrs Curtis Sanders with
Mrs. Lex Green and ,Mrs. Walla
Llpsey as co-hostesses.
... _. thst r.c.rMr-y tt..dw
c..h AP IDL.w.n.r..M .... bank DI..r.drtw.lc., ......_.. ,_..w........ Mal ph..ophp. fI.ocI ......n. _NdIY booocI I..
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Hospital Auxiliary
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CLUB have a rummage sale Saturday fa|.IDS Mark.llng Corporallon A Wholly Own dSubsidiary
Nov.3,from 9 a.m. until..at the Bad- ol 'Invaalora OlvaralHad' Sarvlcai
of the Junior cock corner Investors Diversified Services L1i
meet Monday Items for sale will Include gifts IDS Life Insurance Company
at the Western jewelry clothes plants, pottery 1"__ moriay. ....o"..Mlaneeoia
vases and other novelty items.
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MAXINE CARIYJACKSONVILLE
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il Kathy Taylor and Charles R. Green Married Oct. 20 at Fl,Wtteptist' Church


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( First Baptist Church was the setting carried similar nosegays except reception. BjaHit. Mrs Joey Reese and Mrs
; for the marriage of Kathy Andrea minus the rose buds and wore matching Mrs. LevI Whittle and Mrs DavW. ., Bury, Hatcher Jr.rawing .
:. Taylor daughter of Mr. and : hairpieces. Canova kept the nursery. ? out scrolls were Misses.
, MrsvBobby L. Taylor, to Charles R. Hotly Hatcher, daughter of Mr. ad The bride's table was covered witha J my Taylor and Melissa Eatman.
I Green,tan of Mr.and Mrs.Herbert Mrs Harry Hatcher, III, served as white Army-Navy cloth with French Passing out rice bam were Misses 9
Green.Sr.on Saturday.Oct.20*t7:30: flower girt Her gown was fashionedby mulberry undercloth. Centering the KM Eatman, Robin Taylor and
j, p.m. with Rev. Ben P. Bryantperfor-- her grandmother, Mrs.Harry Hat table was four tiered white cake Hither Hethcoat.
f I ming the nuptials. cher, Jr. to match the attendants separated with a flowing fountain encircled Following a wedding trip to GatUn-
Centering chancel was a gold IS gowns. with fresh flowers and tier burg: Tenn., the couple residing on
branch arch candelabra with burning Evan Douglas was ring-bearer. He separators also holding flown In the Wttwn Road Starke
tapers flanked by two Colonial urns ofwhite wore a tuxedo which matched the bride's colors.The lower tier also was The bride is attending the University
gladiolus heather garnet king ushers. encircled with flowers. Flanking the 'of Florida as an elementary! education : .
white, and rose mums pink carna Given In marriage by her father the cake were two silver candelabraswith major.
tj nwhite button, poms and bride wore a white chiffon gown with burning tapers.Silver bowls held Mr. Green Is employed by E.I. Du-
-. Throughout the choir hi-..... neckline. English. net yoke mixed nuts and. silver trays held Ppnt and Co
loftSPwere gold tree and spiral.** with seed pearls and Venice lace on mints decorated in the mauve color.
candelabra and large greenery trees the bodice. The full sheer Bishop The two punch tables were covered .
huckleberry. On the lower level sleeves terminated at points over the with white Army-Navy cloths with:' ;W1o
were two tree candelabras with burning hand. Self covered buttons were on French: mulberry undercloths and.
tapers. the back of the yoke and cuff The were centered with silver punchbowls
Mrs.W.H.Thomson Mrs.L II.Jennings
ProvIding si program of nuptial gown had a full A-line skirt and attached encircled with greenery and aonralee -
music were Mrs George A. Canova. chapel train. In her hair she flowers In the bride's chosen colors. Starke and Mrs. Gus of the
organist Miss Ellen George pianist, wore a Camelot cap of matching lace Serving cake at Intervals were Mrs Woman's Club and Mrs. th
and:Bill McRae and Mrs. Eddie silk Debra Robert Hall and Mr{. Gary Stephens
decorated with rose buds eecur J.T. Prevatt, Jr. Miss
of.the Junior Club attended the FWC'
Douglas soloists. ing her finger tip veil of silk Illusion Prevail, Mrs. Mike Hartley and Miss
Herbie Green attended his brother edged with a scalloped string of tiny Tina Taylor. Pouring coffee were ,district Palatka four president's tour in
Oct. 23-24.
as best man. Ushers were Jimmy pearls. She carried ,a silk Colonial Mrs. Gus Konelousos, Mrs. Bob
Prevail Brian Johns Steve Register cascade of mauve tiger lilies rose, Paterson and Mrs. Vernon Reddish. .
Mrs. Lola White and Mrs. Al
and Randall McGee. and daisies. at the tables duringthe Herndon -
mulberry mauve pink Presiding punch of Gainesville and Mrs Del !
: Mrs. Bill McRae served as matron and white gypsophilia and silk Boston evening were Mrs.Johnny Green, Lawrence ?
of Orlando
of honor.She wore an f-the-shoulder fern and ivy. Her only ornament wasa Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson,, Ms. Vicky afternoon were Monday
visitors of Mrs. J.M. Bar
:floor*length gown of Daphne rose sterling silver opal and eight diamond Sapp Mrs. Ben Bryant, Mrs. L.F. .
: ions featuring a blouson waist with pendant Dinkins Miss Melanie Eatman, Mrs. / ;
'
':}M cord. She carried a silk nosegay of A reception was held in the Stark.Woman' Joan chilly, Mrs. A. Michael Sexton ren.Mr.! and Mrs. LaRue Williams and V ,I / I k"I J!..',,'; f."\, ,
mauve, rose and mulberry daisies Club. Miss Lori Godwin, Mrs Robert sons of Ormond Beach the .
:pink and white gypsophilU. tiny rosebuds Mrs. R.E. Allen directed the reception Green,Miss Lisa HenderaonandMI"AIa..ttnc weekend with her spent Mr. and
: and silk Boston fern. In her hair and Mrs. Charles Darby directed Lisa Godwin. Mrs R.A.Colson and parents attended the UF
'she.wore a matching hairpiece. the wedding. were Mrs. Ben Moxley, ";; homecoming festivities. ., .
Bridal attendants were Mrs.Dennis Misses Lynn Moxley and Lynn Mr{. Donald Carter Miss Christie, ::
:Rhoden Mrs. James Barber Miss Pierce kept the bride's book before Redding Miss Pam Tucker Miss'/';*
Mr.and Mrs. Bill Couter of Arcadia
:Anita Green, sister of the groom and the ceremony.: Mr{. Jana Yarbrough Lynn Barber Mrs,John Cooper,Mrs.nl r, were weekend of Dr. and Mrs. 4 1
Miss Lisa Mitchell. Their gowns were and Miss Pam Reynolds, cousins: of" Joe Cissy Mrs.David Bradley Smith,,$i 1\ R.E. Dopeon at guests Santa Fe Lake. ( i; tj'
;Similar to the honor attendants.They the bride kept the bride's book at the Mrs. Jerry Lawson Mrs. Steve Sim- ', ,k*"


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r SIOOO.OO: CASH WINNERS FLAYING t
.. For lack of space the following were

v MONDAY NIGHT left out of but week's paper

; ." Mrs. XM. Smith of Starke and Mrs. Edward Burns of Jacksonvilleand
parents,Mr.and Mrs.Jerry Bolden of Mr. and Mrs John Reeves of
PB footlHlJI Melrose were in Franklin N.C. last Houston Texas were Friday to
"i Monday to Thursday to attend the Wednesday guests last week of Mrs.
ass funeral of an uncle and brother John Joe Wilson.

: ; ROBERT HENQERSON 100.00 WINN8RS Bolden who died suddenly after chok- Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen attended -
WHALEY JR. ing on a piece of meat.
1 cacaos E. TISON DESOHAH HOOOSCMANLOTTS the American Optometric Foundation -
; .. ... PAM KEEMNE HIICNUNOI5JAMIE !
: ..." C, MoKEE BETH SCMEIHEH Mr. and Mn. V.J. Spengler attend. Contact Lens Update Seminar In
"r'I' A6u t10U HAL CANNOLtBAPtSANA JOHN SWEENEY SVAN. ... STONCSACK ai .. ed the March of Dimes executive Lake Buena Vista on Sunday and I J t

R'OEtjtltA' .."tm .'.EVERETT SUCHANJAMES LITTLE: DAVID LLIURVI M MOVALL JV4WMTA EMMA ''''ow.N Winning i I ..n. _'!"aaa'w'a..,...... _;-....i; : board meeting In Lake City last Fri! Monday of last week. "
'a' MICNETTSROWLAND' ".C. JOHNSON MEMI OOCDIftON
.. ,t. BMINS LAURA Q JOHNSONCONNIE P WI ""IN., .InA Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish have
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: WIN DIDAa 't I N .to I' and Mrs. B.J.Eggers spent last
: : *. C, EDWIN' MOZISN GISELA K. MAYA LL weieMf per week t. ; 'n.M' :m Kivler of Orange Springs on Satur-
: : COMPLETE DETAILS AT YOUR PANTRY PRIDE ... ........;;. .- ..._ and week relatives.in Chester 111. visiting friends. day. Sunday dinner guests were Mr.

and Mrs. Rex Mixon, Sf., of Jacksonville
TM.M aDDY 1 ISIS DMMTITY SHIT.Ina N.Y.Dwtwrr
.LaTIM.AND flC. WOO THUSMLI
Steve Moran and Tom Kinney of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon Jr. of
Tallahassee spent the weekend with New York City Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards
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Steve's parents Mr. and Mrs.Gerald of Kingsley Lake and Mrs.'
Sealtest Cottage Cheese 6at M M Moran at Kingsley Lake. Mamie Lou Edwards of Starke.

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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wadsworth of Peggy and Don Neel recently Returning Oct. 20 after two weeks Mr. and Mrs. George Messinger of '
Jacksonville were Saturday visitorsof Washington, D.C. and Live Oak were returned from a 12 day trip to the Nor hunting In Northwest Colorado are Needham, Man. were weekend .
Mr and Mrs. R.O. Danaby. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. theastern states. Points of Interest John Bradley. Wilbur and Mike guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod -
Jerome Johns and all attended the UF visited Included Mt. Washington and Waters Leslie Bradley. Roland' Hamilton.
Mrs. Elisabeth Walker of Anna, Ill homecoming festivities. Pranconia Notch in New Hampshire Stern, Kenneth Mott, Buck Norman al '<'
has rented an apartment on Lafayette Bar Harbor and the Arcadia NationaiPark Owen Alvarez, Jr., Wallace Wise, Charlie Parker of Miami was last ,wv
Street for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wit Green of on Mount Desert Island Maine; Vernon Crosby Chester Wise and Mr. Thursday overnight guest of Mrs. F,

Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Salem, Plymouth and Sturbridge, Jackson. Carolyn Redgrave.Mr. .
Mrs. Richard Williams and Green of Gainesville and families Mass.; Old Mystic Seaport Conn.,
children Mlcayle and Kevin of and the Amish country around Lancaster and Mrs. Amos Sanford of An-
were Sunday guests of their
Tallahassee spent Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Lex Green. mother Pa. The fall foliage In the Catskill na, III. were weekend guests of Mr. .M
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. and Pocono Mountains was Jackie K. Titus of Columbus Ga., and Mrs. L.C. Early while enroute to
Warney Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. especially lovely.Mr. daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs their winter home in Tavares.
Mack Williams. Bryce Titus of Starke has been
Miller of Starke and
Mrs. George TIeing for first at
selected as one of the Outstanding place Duplicate
Mrs. L.D. Vining was visiting Mrs. brother and sister-in-law,of Mr. and and Mrs.Jerome Johns were in Young Women of America for 1879. Bridge Tuesday night, played at the
Mrs. Charles Shepherd Tampa
J.W. Timmerman in Valdosta, Ga. 15.Oct.2in the Miami Oct. 10-Oct. 22 attending the Mrs. Titus is a teacher at Columbus Holiday Inn were Krish Son!and Dolly d.
last Saturday while Mr. and Mrs.J.C. spent Oct. and Luxem Florida Trucking Association conven College, lecturing In Psychology. One Kunig and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Belgium
Netherlands
Vining of Palatka were visiting Mrs. tion. member is selected from each state, Cassem; second were LUcile Green
Jessie Vining in Stockton Ga. burg. then 10 selected from 82 states. and Eva Mathewson; third were
Evelyn Griffin and Margie Thomson.

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TWICE THE TWICE THE TWICE THE Celebrate 70th

E C s i .: PRINTS FILMOM GUARANTEE
\OM an..lta Ml of print two roll ol print Him' NEckard'f make. Birthday Nov. 10
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TIME! r rjSAVEt W. arc pleased to honor most Insurance prescription drug programs. 'w"w> ,' .F. ::..' AND pnnMd EVERVDAV TODAY your Eckard1 turn procMaadal *:..TOOAV. 2. DON ptctut'T*PAY YOU FOR. IT.PERSONNA a personal invitation to celebrate the
Ask Eckerd Pharmacist. L; ,11{- AND EVERYDAY. 70th birthday of R.ll. (Russell) .
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MONEYl '" ] Green,Jr. An open house will be heldon .
Saturday afternoon Nov. 10, from X
5 o'clock at the New River Baptist;
Church Fellowship Hall. .
;;:,; ST.JOSEPH M STJOSEPH't ; ,
lJ A resident of Bradford County all
CHILDREN'S \__. ASPIRIN his life, Russell Green still lives and
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r'lt. ASPIRIN Jf( NAIL works on the farm where he was bornon
BLADES Safety cap.Bottle 1 VIP DRY CURLING DAZZLER Nov 12, 1909. He married the
33 Q; of 36. IRON former Lucille Edna Thomas of
Super platmum.double LIMIT 1.-.",, __ Tools(for shaping Baldwin in 1935. They have four ;
edge 5'$. LIMIT 1 : Dual'-heel 1 5130weft. \ brushing a buffing.
children and
one son,Harvey Green
: I' 1+ MODEL HB9400REG. + : ;
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.f' I, ? Teflon rod. MODEL $12.99 / three daughters Beverly Welch,
<<1: I_. .- r z NEW COTYLENOLt ; VPI-T REG. $7.89 SALK! '. Mary Mayben and Joanne Fussell.
'J' 29 COLD FORMULA [99 pmc 1U They have 11 grandchildren six girls
;.r, The cold liquid made"I 5ry LESS! REBATE! OOO and five boys.Although .
l especially. for Tylenol users. w Y BY MAIL _tea fe + Russell considers himselfto
6-oz size LIMIT 1 YOUR FINAL, Sflfl
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w ; > i r m ; ; HAMILTON BEACH DUAL WATTAGE Keystone.firefighters He at also Camp worked Blanding for 18 years and

4-POUND BOX ", ,l BLENDER GALAXYHEATER for the state at Sunland Training

I ROSE MILK EPSOM SALT t2sonaoowatte. Center and retired at age 65. He is a
Granulatedlallallve. 14-14-speed,44-oz. deacon
long-time member and of New
Instant fan forced
SKIN CARE CREAM tainer heat.
; LIMIT 1 extra pla.tlcI 96002 River Baptist Church.He .

i __________ was elected and served a four-
year term as Bradford County Com-
missioner. He also served a term on
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( the Board of Trustees of Clay Electric
: Cooperative. He is a member of the
Ilk Masonic Blue Lodge-Pine Hill Lodge
r: I #9 of Brooker. He served as Worship.
.err i ,
; --- 'tl' rid Master in 1977 and has been
.. EFFERDENT.. MUSHROOM PRINT Secretary and Treasurer for several
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BLANKETS and Shriners. He is also a member of
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ff Farm Bureau.
: Choose
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) 16-oz.types.. LIMIT 1 Q '
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<<1: 14Sill former Marilyn Bollinger) of
69 r. sl l1,( N Asheville, N.C. announce the birth of
JI I' J JSm.wA.: ADJUSTABLE COOKING A JUN a son John Winters,, born Oct. 28.Grandparents .
0 are Dr. and Mrs. H.G.
NO
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IRONING BOARD I
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.III r.I,' ''Jii.J.;. i7iiw. r.oil'oJ': ; Sheer leg reinforced' adjustable height. needetending.15-pound Jim Baley of Asheville N.C.
panty. Fashion shades, REG. $1099 charcoalholderREG.SS9.99

F!m ryfi Ta ups. rM,, ..w W I>+ 'fl i { REG.assorted$1.39 sizes. '88 99 Mr and Mrs. Buster ,Hughes of
1 49 Hampton Lake are the proud parents
.... of their baby daughter Jaimee Paige
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COUGH : 9ge .
DROPS \\ok ulnas Hughes, born Oct. 23 at Lake Shore
I Cherry or menthol. 4 Hospital in Lake City. She Joins her
Bag of 35. REG 69 "" sisters Stefanie Shannon and Stacie.

: each LIMIT 2 Lg. ,. JETXAUTO ALUMINUMFOLDING Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
t "" s IGLOO Mrs. Loran C. Brown of Starke.
2/ ? WASHER BED ICE CHEST Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
; The Ideal way to clean Lightweight ,
Mrs. Edward E. of
o Mobley Hampton
J 8 8 windows boat or car. frame,3-Inch solid foam j 25 quart size, molded
t i FOR ... REG $9 95 mattress Folds for storf f of heavydutypolyethyl- Lake. _____
/ 788 + age. REG. $34,68 ene. Hinged lid. Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Holllngsworth.
REG. $1899
Jt 83 Jr. of Starke announce the birth of a
# 28> : son, Thomas Jeffrey born Oct. 9 In
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$!t &1f.Cg _ 1588r Alachua General Hospital. Grand-
parents are Mrs. Edgar W. Douglas
1ff: 'mj. 1'P 1. 9-INCH Sr. of Lake Butler Wayne Holl
,. :3 'If r. ft, '11! ingsworth, Sr. of Baldwin and Mrs.
: ZEST "" '' | Dorothy Cason of Lake City
I I'planters 'Oh-E:4: .
sh; BATH SOAP : KODAK
S-oz Deodorant bar. 249 TIMEX
fI REG. 3/$1.47 LIMIT 3 '" ALARM CLOCK TELE-EKTRA I Ii ++ wrm Did You Kriow......
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.f 8 PACK feature.MODEL 7373 w Beach Calif. is visiting Mrs. George
<1BARS\ I\ : DRIP DRY HANGERS REG. $7.99 Pocket size camera, i Anderson Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Epperson -

r.rJi / I .1/ Plastic. assorted tf ...........- w I. ,I &complete flipflash.with REG.film and Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Epperson.The .
'. 1 colors. REG. 99 'i"f", .--.. 649 ', ,, $27.99'
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<< mJ Ws I ,a'e 2399 Day School at which Eric Sanders
69 and Kammy Sundusadee of Starkeare
members, made a field trip to
$ 1 r.r1m ;rr. Florida State Museum in Gainesville

r. KODAK Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Elzie
COMET -= 24"WOOD HANDLE COLOR SLIDE ATARI Sanders was one of the chaperones.Mr. .
SQUEEGEE -

;!, Stain CLEANSER removing I am_ Durable sponge head. FILM VIDEO GAME ... and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and Mr.
+ 14-oz can, REG4V smooth wood handle Choose KR135-20, Insert cartridge for and Mrs.Andy Jordan visited Mr.and'
.' several different electronic
REG. SI 59 ,
each. LIMIT 3 KM135.20.KR12620.38S.i
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games UL listed NO.CX-2600 on SUn-
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day.
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.,( -.;.":' I Thursday to Sunday guest of Mrs.
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booster cables with DURACELL Insert Into Atari video
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SUN GIANT For recorders radios; i programs. MOBILE
RAISINS' 399 toys, calculators & gg

For anackm salads !f"" photo equipment. U7P
or baking needs.9 12-oz rq REG. $1.89 Plenty Of Gas! !

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!! LlJill !! I iP.!!I?'! u e. Hill! : e. J H H : I : : i t1M! SU uee. :8 .! i!!eJ !! E ] !I T H Ii! 1i I! U iI! BoTH! !J 111@ Mlm.jllf jiill Jj'IJ

by Dolores Meng from an Interior Design Market she HAMPTON ARA NEWS Saturday night at the home of Betsy ThaywUAtotfcutkaUwtobsiMdtaany ,

phone 4M-MIS attended with her sisters, Mrs Jean ,. ,',..", Yawn In Starke.. way with donation Including or tassistance William
Prevail and Mrs. Louise Smith of Hampton Lake NewsCongratulation Bauldree who cooked the chickens for
Senior CUiien
The Hampton Senior Citizens will Jacksonville. This .Is an annual event Mrs. Lucy Hodges and Mrs. Sue PoH1 Woods celebrated her 8th tartfadajron the bar-b-cue dismiss, and the ;
hold their meeting Friday Nov.2 at 2 which they attend at High Point, Beaisb of Gainesville, and bis Oct. 31. Buster and Diane Hughes are the business piacM in Stark wHo wen so
North Carolina.
p.m. in the aty Hell All Interested brother Rex Brookins of Valdosta proud parents of a baby dau bter. cooperative-- Archer Tanner Funeral! ;
senior ajthilU/ are invited to attend. While on their trip they visited Mr. Georgia, Joined them at their home Scenic Trips Jalmee Paige Hughes, born Oct. 33 at Home. Ecfcard Drugs Hunt Shell
and
Mrs. Charles Hicks
i, 1 former for the occasion. Mr.and Mrs.Joe Riddlck flew with Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City. She Station, Slater Food and Scat Wtan
Hampton residents, at their new Birthday Celebration M,. and Mrs. Andy Selckel of weighed 7 Ibs. 4 ox. and measured H Dixie Western Steer Steak Home.
., Visitors place of business north of Franklin, Mrs. Elvie Rlgdon celebrated her Mteanopy in Andy's 'plane for a Inches. She has sisters, Stefanto The Fishing Shack. Sonny'Fat Boys
Mr Toy Padgett visited her N.C.They 73rd birthday on Oct.25 with a dinner weekend at Blowing Rock N.C.There Shannon and Stacie. and Radian Station WPXE.
I grandparents.Mr. and Mrs. Gerald enjoyed a scenic trip also to and birthday cake given by her sister! they attended the wedding of former Patemalll'andparentaare Mr. and Booths were gaily decorated and .
Adkins on She brought along Gaillnb colorful+rg and found.the entire area Eva Allen of Palatka, and her notes, Miami friends, Roddey and Sandy Mrs. Loran C. Brown of Starke. besides the Carnival atmosphere, it .
and beautiful.Mr.
as L..JtIft. an arrangement of dried Ruth Baggarley of Brunswick, Rossborough. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and seined like a Homecoming to many.
momma flowers she and Mrs. George Falrcloth of While there went
sightseeing
they
: Georgia. Mrs. Edward E. Mobley of Hampton people.
a HWeat trip to the colorful areas Tampa spent the weekend with their Mrs Inger Campen celebrated her with their hosts Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lake. Prizes were awarded to Michael
Tenjflgaee and North Carolina.Mffjftdkins' daughter and .on-in-law, Mr. and birthday on October M. Rossborough. through that lovely Starling, a Snoopy Timex Watch,and 1,
Mrs. Kenneth Crawford and
sister Mrs.T.L. MorrtejSn&Mid famiJ.y.and David McCarver had another birthday mountainous area. Birthday CelebrationMr. an AAt-FM Transistor Radio to Aimee
Mrs Mildred Wolfe of attended the school Halloween on October 13. When they arrived home Joe was and Mrs. Paul Meng attendedthe Hodges. WInD Dixie Shopping Spree
Many! visited Mr. and Mrs. Carnival with them. Garnet Studer observed her Oct. 28 honored with a surprise birthday birthday celebration on Oct. 27 of winners went to Jean Donahur of
kdmM&unday.:: birthday. cookout and party given by John and their granddaughter, Angela Marie Melrose loo. The $30 prize went to t
AlSo/*UIUng Mr. and Mrs. Adklns Happy Anniversary Misty Koehler had a decorated cake Cassie Cooper and their ions. Danny Meng,at the home of her parents Mr. Charlie Ilaker of Hampton.
on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins for her 7th birthday Oct. 28. and D.J. Joe's birthday occurred on and Mrs. Carlton Meng, in Jackson Best Decorated Booth Winners F
Richard of Ocala. Helen Richard celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary Jessie Keaton celebrated his birthday Oct. 19. ville. were 4th graders who received $9 for ;
their daughter had recently returned on Oct.29.Their daughters on Oct 29. Mr. and Mrs. James Campen and doing the Furtune Telling Booth The
sons,Michael and Scott,spent five recent Visitors lit grade received $2.SO as a second
days at Bat Cave N.C..and tourIng Mrs. Idamarie Erhard and Mr. winner for their Dessert Booth.
sections: of the Blue Ridge Earl Broussard of Long Island, 'N.Y. Best ticket seller awards of W each
1 (1 : 2 J 1 O :i!!. Sou thsidc Elementary School News- U! un E I UN! Parkway. The leaves were in full color visited Mr. and Mrs.David McCarver went to Shannon Ford Andy Smith
and a lovely sightHomecoming and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng last and Timothy Lelth.
On November 2. 1979 the entire week. In the Costume Contest awards
Instead of a hamster he bad a Tarra Roberts Eric Simmons, John
school)'will walk by classes to pet mouse. Stanwix-Hay. sara Starling. Waylon : Parade They attended the funeral of her were given to preschoolers Danlelle
downtown Starke to view the BBS He bates apple cider Instead he Townsend, Alice Williams, Lynda Amont those from this area participating father. Lawrence Erhard who died Hersey. Scott Campen and Charles
Homecoming Parade. The school Wilson Gary WUberg, Eric Verunac In the Marching Band of on October 18 at the age of 94 years. Crawford; Kindergarten and 1st
busebi will pick the children up and prefersA cup full of spider Crystal Rain Netto.and Beth Hall. In Bradford High School at Galneavtlle'. grade-Aimee Hodges Dewey Me-
bring them back to school time for health, the students are learning Homecoming Parade last Friday PTA Carnival Clellan- and Joey Hail; 2nd and 3rd
them-t*board the correct busses for parts of their body and how they are wen JTeresa Bauldree, Brian Clark School Principal Connie Clark,PTA grades-Ashley Campen. Roland Shaft
Parents who wish may The Queer Witchesby growing and changing. Jimmy Joyner D.J. Riddick and Patty President Don Roberts and Carnival fer and Donnie Roberta; 4th and 5th
pick children up at the school by Bo Bishop The results of the football. Sherwin. Debbie Parmenter was apart Chairman. Mrs Jolene Friese and grades-Sandy Freise, Jennie Roland
12 noon; in order to get them to the Once there were some witches volleyball Invitational playday at of the Flag Corp Mrs. CassieCooper Mrs. Inger Campen consider the and Sid Russell; 6th. 7th and over-
parade before their class leaves Who spanked themselves with Southslde on Oct. 25 are as follows: served as a majorette sponsor Hampton Elementary PTA Carnival Teresa Melton. Regina Cannova.
school; switches. The Southslde girls' volleyball team for the parade. held at the school Saturday night a Brenda Bawek, Angela Thomas ana
November 9, Is the date set for picture They sat on a stove ft burnt their won over Brooker by the scores of They all enjoyed a Halloween Party great success. Vickie Sullivan.
retakes. britches, 11-1. ltd after losing to Starke -
November 21-23 Thanksgiving Those queer witches! Elementary 15-9, 13-15, 1-15. Starke
Holidayl Elementary won over Lawtey. November Tire Sale
News- from Mrs. Donna Gruen's Halloween Night Lawtey over Hampton. Also the B
fourth-fifth grade room: Good by Marilynn McGee Lawtey sixth and seventh graders i
spellers: Tancle King, Curtis The witches will stare, defeated the Hampton sixth and -ttW "US* .-... tss- -sr:: "isrNott -:: I
Knights, Steven Schultz Lanette The moon will glare, seventh graders. Starke Elementarywent SummttSiempre Summit Special .oo'. 7 .. -If Y" ,..
Starling Randy Wood,Lorie Alvarez The owls will fly on to win the volleyball championship .......',. 'f! '" cy; -..rr.T.0 : jq j
LorettiT Austin. Shelley Hall, Shane As the witches go by. without a defeat In footballthe M.N bits .Bfoad ....'tbtoMS.. ,tf.MA04y Dy".I '"0 .. x xr"If'' !t! :
Bellamy Emanuel Brown, Sharon South side Elementary boys won ,MOM/OIpMI bas.b.0, .tlM td.b.0, ,""." _.. 0, _"_".4i5' .;--'iF- ,
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? the championship by defeating Starke .aeM..oe. W/I Ib. aq.1: : /r: ; '- linr.
John Manning, Donald Martin, grade are: Daren Allen, Benjy Elementary 19-6 and by defeating .. ..'.,. .i 1L1Pr.. 2rr_ Y
Dawn Mosely, Jeff Rulevilch, Amanda Bass,Pam Carter,Beverly Ellis Kim Brooker Elem. In sudden death ,
Griffls Dawn Lamb. Joe Steele Grlffis, Julie Haisten, Tommy playoff. Other scores: Lawtey over PNCM MMY0.1/0* Y _T. NO Tito*in NNE' Mount**CIW9 tar ftO*MB
and Ron Thomas. Congratulations to Hardenbrook. Judson I..",_)Wrwtrifc Compulsw._.'2 BO Pf,..8t ntf.r4 WtfMM
Jackson and "
Hampton In sudden death Hampton -
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the students who are on the A-B honor Charles Mullins Eric Nazworth Brooker.
over :: ::: H-----tJt: flit How You Can Shop For Tires In Starke
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Penny Jefferson and John Manning. .......... ,, 33KfiS.:.. :Jo:!!.. .",'j.. --.l'fciH't J .''iC White Spoke .
MsDea Moredock's second grade LEGAL NOTICE wIN7"r- : 1'L !'44a .t!. ")r: "L1'.oi_ 30
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super:''tIPeUers are: Vernon Griffin =m4rl.",;",,:'\. ,:,' .!Ir": J-O'f..: : .. :,,,,=_..:= f yrMr .- Wheels Most Sizes $24 '.;
Jason:Kite, John Loper, Lance Wig

gins.Halloween"The packets class has with been poems making and Notice is hereby given that the 1979 RECAPSChrooleSpake I 50 $600'00

pictures and doing a nice job, Ms. All Sizes V Wheels Most Sizes 37
Moredock reports. Room 10 made the Tax,Rolls are now open for collection Casing All Kinds & Sizes
Witch's pot for the hamburger boothat GuaranteedFree Replacement Tires Mounted 2.50 .
the carnival where Boo Burgers as of November 1 st in the offices of First 50% Balanced '300 sup Guaranteed To Pass Inspection
and Devil Dogs were sold.
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Mrs. Iva Jean Hatred's fourth the Tax Collector in the Bradford II W* Want Your Tire Bu lne.. And Guarantee Our S fvlc: a Product ,'
grade has been writing Fall and new W n e r Rosonebke Prlett Compare Our Quality Ol Service a Product. Anywhere
Halloween Space does not
poems. per-
mit printing of all but here is a sampl- County Courthouse, Starke, Florida Byron 'Hoppy Cassady Vary Good Inventory Will, Order Omar Stock II Nacanary

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Halloween Telephone, : 9646280. Services

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And steeple hats & ugly bats in Whaal Balanced l Includes M'1ffd RV WhiUl*
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The Parsonage baa been convertedto Feasterville. Penn., were Saturday COBBlE FIELD across from the
by Elisabeth Terry new "Modern" wood heat thru the this holiday season". 'Green, of Stark While there they overnight and Sunday guests. of Mr. school. The following booths were setup
P21s0.7t2.3301CHVRCH efforts of the minister and those concerned It is important that families ,visited their aunt, Miss Elizabeth! and Mrs. Barry Watts. on the field: pop-corn, dragon
about the energy crisis. If "double check": envelopes and cardsto Terry, on Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Herds Kelly and crawl dunking machine, Putt-Putt
ACTIVITIES there II usable firewood around be certain that proper postage Is affixed Mrs. Fred Moore spent the weekend Miss Catherine Young visited their Golf Icecream: candled apples,
Ctmrch of God Sunday School 10 please call 7 -3881. aecurely.Envelope. without ,with her son-in-law daughter,Mr. cousins Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seaver, basketball throw, treasure hunt,beanbag
; a.m., Worship services n a.m. and 6 SEE YOU AS a SPOOK!I 11 I postage will be returned to senders, if and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and son of they then carried her to see her toss, fish pond, ring toss hot.dog
p.m., Prayer Meeting and YPE The minister and family known aspresent possible, or delayed by postage-due Live Oak. friends Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lester of and coke, nayride! haunted house,
Wednesday at 7p.m. "Singers of the Heart" will a procedures. Mrs. Onie Thornton of Auburndale, Jacksonville, on Monday afternoon.Mrs. balloons and cake walk. The entire.
Evergreen Baptist Sunday School 10 MINI-Concert each second Sunday When the return address la placedon returned to her home on Sunday with .Carlene Norman and sons,and student body sold raffle tickets the
a.m., Wonhip service*. n a.m. and 7 evening from 7 7:45: p.m. Everyone envelopes bearing holiday her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons apent week before the carnival. Mrs.
p.m. Training Union e p.m.. Prayer welcome. greetings, it also helps to remind Mrs. C.D. Sellers. Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Edna Hamilton's 2nd grade class sold the
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Highland Baptist Sunday School 10 friends of one's current address. Miss Catherine Young,of Lakeland Harvey and their slster-In-aw Mrs. most tickets.The winners of the raffle
Faith Baptist Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and 7 And. If the family to whom a holiday spent from Friday until Tuesday with Clara Bennett, of Seville. tickets were: T.V. Mrs. Vivian
a.m., Worship services 11 a.m. and p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7 message Is sent moved more thana Mr.and Mrs.Hennle Kelly. While she Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling and Clark and the 12-gauge shotgun. -
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: p.m. p.m. year ago it cannot: be forwarded.With was here all of them attended the family, of Bryceville: were Saturdayovernight Mrs. Becky Crawford. '.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Laura; Baptist Sunday School 10 a.m. a return address, Postmaster; Halloween Carnival on Saturday and Sunday guesta of their P.T.O. president, Dennis Thompson
p.m. Worship services 11 am and 7:30: p.m. Lee says such letters are returned to night and Homecoming at Grace parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam tar"lira. did an outstanding Job. He wants
Grace United Methodist Starting Men's prayer meeting Tuesday at 7 the sender with a notation that the forwarding United Methodist Church on Sunday. to thank all those parents, teachers
time of classes II 1:45 a.m. EARLY p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at "order" has expired All of them visited Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Hal Hamilton of Jacksonville and students who helped make the
CHURCH will be 10:15: for 7:30: p.m. HaUman of Keystone Heights on Sun- spent the weekend with her brother. carnival a success.: A "Special"
CHILDREN. Praise service at 7 p.m. Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday School day afternoon.Mr. in-law and sister, Cot and Mrs Wm. thanks to Mr.J.L. Wainwright and his
Sunday evening worship, 7:45 p.m. 10 a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and and Mrs. Bill Warren, son-in- Wilson. crew for the fish supper and clean Up.
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6 p.m., 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 PERSONALS law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and The amount of money taken In.was,
Sunday. Choir practice 7 p.m. p.m. Pastor Charles Shining Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and Lester Walker, are the proud parents family, of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. approximately $4,900. ..
Wednesday and Prayer Meeting at 8 Morgan Road Baptist Sunday School sons, flew to New Orleans La. for of a son Larry Daniel, born Friday Buster Starling, of Mulberry,Mr.and
p.m 10".m. Worship services 11 a.m. and last weekend. They went sightseeingand Oct. 28 In Aurora Community Mrs. Ancil Starling, Mrs. Jesse Starling The deadline for purchasing school
IMPORTANT DATES: This Wednesday 7 p.m. Training Union p.m. Prayer took a boat cruise to the Bayou Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.: J.D. Starling and pictures Is FRIDAY, Nov. 2, '1979.
night, Oct. 31 at 7: The Spooks meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Country and returned home early Mrs. Bill Warren Sr., of Orange daughter, Charlotte, of Bartow, Mr. Even if you do not wish to purchase a
will be out in force at Lawtey Northtlde Baptist Sunday School 10 Monday morning. Park Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and Mrs. J.E. Mclver, of Ocala Mrs. picture package, please return them
MethodUt The UMYF Is treating the a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moore are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tinnier, of Doris Purser, of Lake Ashbury, Mr. to the school. If paying by check
young from 1 to 100 to a Costume Party 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting the proud parents of a 7 lb. 10 oz. Homestead and great grandparents and Mrs. Allen Brown and Cathy, of please EkLEMENTARYaSCHOOL.
Come dressed and share good Wednesdays at 7:30: p.m. daughter, Trisha Marie, born Oct. 25 are Mr. and Mrs. John Steele of Jacksonville were weekend guests of LAWTEY
Christian Fellowship. Fellowship sup Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sunday in Alachua General Hospital in Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. WE CAN NOT ACCEPT LATE
per the third Sunday evening Gather School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Gainesville. Grandparents are Mr. Tinnier, of Beach City, Ohio. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson went to ORDERS.... ;;. .,
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In around 6 p.m. Eating at 7 p.m. The a.m. 7:30: p.m. Training Union at 6:15: and Mrs. Otis Brewer and Mrs. Fred SP4 Barry Lee Watts left Sunday Patrick Air Force Base for the
Annual Thanksgiving Menu will be p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: Moore. morning for his permanent base at Military and Civilian Association. We are presently working on plans
provided by the ladles, Nov. 18. p.m. Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers, of Fort Riley, Kansas On Saturday the 20th. Paul Ben- for the school yearbook. We will be
Our Mrs. Olin will soon be coming Auburndale were last weekend Mrs. Anna Mae Sapp, of Starke nett's wife, Lorraine, and his three sending notes home concerning: thhf at
home from the hospital also, Mr. Post Office Information guests of their brother-in-law and spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Judy Norman, Brenda a later date. './::
Robert E. Trautwine Is recovering Postmaster C.J. Lee is reminding sister,Mr. and Mrs.Waldo Pringle,of Daisy Thompson and her brotherinlaw Beeman and Rhonda Bennett gave
from surgery performed at Bradford customers that for the best services Worthington Springs and their sister, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Paul and his twin sister, Mrs. Pauline Plans have been made to transport
County Hospital this Christmas season they should use Mrs. Pierce Crews. Jordan.Mr. Anderson a surprise birthday party at the entire school to Starke, Friday,
We are enjoying the use of the new ZIP Codes, place their return address Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and and Mrs. Hennle Kelly and the home of Paul and Lorraine Ben- Nov. 2 to watch the Bradford High
Fellowship/Class rooms area. Thereis in the upper left corner: of the family, of Black Mountain, N.C. stopped Miss Catherine Young of Lakeland nett. The out-of-town guests were: School Homecoming Parade. It.you
still much to be done to completethe envelopes and use proper postage. by to see their mother Mrs. Joyce visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes antiMr. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's daughter, do not wish your child to attend this
addition, but the Lord has been "By following these suggestions" Futch, of Blackshear, Ga., on their and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead, of Patricia and Joe Dyal and children, event please let us know as soon as
graciously providing thru the effortsof Lawtey Postmaster says "Customerswill way to visit Thursday to Sunday with Starke on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Paula and Ricky from Hlliard; Mr. possible. You may pick your child up
church people and friends. be assured of good mall service their parents Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Mrs. Israel DWasenor, of and Mrs..Glen. Williamson and their at 12 ,noon if. you.wish. Also: parentswho !!
rive children: from Maccienny; Mr. plan to take their children to the
Bobby Bennett and wife Faye and parade need to pick them up before
grandson from Hollyhill, Fin; their 12:15: that day as we will not dove\
:=v--- two sisters Mrs. Hazel Tanner and anyone in the office. A bag lunch will
a : SIMI son; Oral Tanner and his wife, Jean be served in the cafeteria beforewego
wtn.NMl wu 1EIIEAGLEI 11 bN and children; Mrs. G.L. sapp, her son to the parade. We are planning to
I Pl xGLASSWAS2E Rudolph and his wife, Anna Mae and eat outside, picnic: style, weather, per
kyf prtal SET children; Mr. Danny Bennett and mitting. -
wife Susie and daughter; Mrs.
wI ony_seeMSA' Buster Bennett and daughter, Nancy; Federal Impact forms have been
Mrs. Janet Starling and Mr. and Mrs. sent home. Please fill out the informa-
.Junior demons. Paul and Pauline tion and return these to the school not
received some nice gifts. Dinner was later than FRIDAY, NOV. 2. These
enjoyed by all present. are very Important, we are striving
Lawtey Elem.School News for 100% return of these forma--8o
October M, 197> please help us...
1 The annual Halloween Carnivalwas __
held at Lawtey Elementary Lawtey Little League will meet
School Saturday, Oct. 19. The carnival November 1 at 7 p.m. at Lawfey
was held on the new ball field, Elementary School. Officers of Little

lit r PIIE WAEHED JEANS League will be elected at that time;
JJ fn. Estlmut Turkey Shoot was held Saturday,
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Oct. 27 on US 301 Seventeen winnersof
BY BIO YANK MOW LAWNS turkeys were: George Seeley (1p),
N e'IJ\ TRIM SHRUBBERY Andy Norman, Victor Massey, Danny
9.88 l Waters, E.E. Boatwrlght, Owen
) Bid WHEEL TRICYCLE: t r EDGE SIDEWALKSLANDSCAPE Sullivan, Mike Oglesby, Timmy

24 88 DISCOUNT pmce WAS to M Re Smith, Wayne Prevatt, Owen Combs,
A.w Nti ... Mitchell Norman, Patrick Buchhoftz,
Res .Iortzed 10 pcavanl thrtnk.Popular
t DISCOUNT PRICE Ow,a. -v& waatam ball tool- Cafflto Bobby Wood, Ricky Taylor. Hafry
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P a Low Hung OMlgn 'drag" trlk* tom .'yl. wlin I pockets: 1 Watts and Pat Sullivan. ;
-"' wtlh wide Ural,almulatad mat gaawallva cont,.., alllcning' / I NICK'S .
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following people- won gift
otmll-onoppaf ttyta MddM, B.r4..k.o.. Lrq.n_...Jj
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e chroma hndtoMr 1. -point.*,m.n's toss SERVICE certificates: Kenneth Norman,. Bud
LAWN Spears, Sara Norman, and Eddie
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FOR SOLIDS MEN, 2.97 7.94 PLANTATIONS :J
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DIRECTIONS: From Jacksonville Fla.,take Hwy. 21 south through Middieburo!
I EAGLE 10W40 HUDSON BIO W FOOTBALL wentL/T to second Hwy.315. Turn left onto Bundy Lake Road and' follow auction \ .
MOTOR OIL,OT PAPER TOWELS OR BASKETBALL arrows to property approximately one mile. ;
From Qalnsvllle, Fla., take Hwy.28 east to Putnam Hall turn right on HWy.10Ot?
6 9 C 49 a 8 .8 8 OR' 2-PKHKNEE-HI'e DRESS MEN'S SOCKS NYLON, ,. to property.Qrandln.turn left on Hwy. 315 and 'follow auction signs to entrance to ;..<. .

WAS.JSE WERE a4 WAS 0.5f' ONE SIZE FITS ALL ASST. SOLIDS / Y-WRTSA-SHIRTS (

EAGLE 940 6 60 4Y 1 OR BRIEFS, X-PACK Saturday, Nov. 3 '11 a.m. 'I

-" OUR... PRICE WERLirtf 1 .96 ,.)
OUR DISC. PRICE Sale conducted under big King lent on property,next to old plantation anti:

ull Sofl cotton knn, quartanMaav "Land of Lakes & Hills" A
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Ir l. a cotton aMrta brMa.,rib Sight knit Own your own mini-piantatlon "
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GARBAGE CAN, SPRAY PAINT 4-MC.VORY SOAP 1SOOW ELECTRIC / YOUR PRICE IS OUR PRICE -
1* OAL.PLASTIC ASST.COLORS 3-CL BARSr EATER,UL USTEO *

3.96 99c 69C 19.96 } BOYS' Don't miss this opportunity to own your own"minl-plantatlon." Property I Is* >\
located approximately five miles east of I Keystone Heights and consists of *
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WAS 48 WAS 1.r_ WASJM WAS 22O. j. wooded tracts and open meadows. Located In the beautiful Keystone Height s'
(Lknn al It 1 area land of 'lakes and hills this property has live oaks and magnolia trees. '* *
-' turdtfioni : Three minl-plantatlone are on Bundy Lake some fenced and crosa-fencetl. .' J
Ponds are located on some mini-plantations. Historic Bellnam Road, built In" i
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r running from St. Augustine Tallahassee. Property Just 24 miles from *:
Qalnsvllle and 40 miles from Jacksonville. ;
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SHORT FAMOUS MAKER TERMS:25% down on day of sale' balance over 10 years, payable monthly. j
OIL OPOIAY SLEEVE KNIT TOPS SWEATERS quarterly, seml-annually or annually at 10% simple Interest. '. J
oz.MCMTT TYLENOL TUMSrr. DUNATMM S MEN'S FLANNEL
BKAUTV LOTION MOOOANT S WAV4 / TAOIT. ANTACID ABUTS NASA SPRAY 2. 9 6 1 2.8 8 FLANNEL SHOTS PAJAMAS, AAC.D .
OX. AMTVMaaMANT 100. Aaat.PMwMag. .i OZ BEING SOLD FOR DIVISION OF PARTNERS j

2.49 1.19 1.49 89* 1.19 DISCOUNT PIUCI DISCOUNT PMCCSlraloh 3 X93 5.88WAS.3.1 ;
paly/cotton WaanaMa acrylic, ballad, INSPECTION:Sunday Oct.28,2-4 p.m., and from 1-4 p.m. Mon-Fr1. the week oIE
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Florida .091. "olrttlff.wAaMOND .to O Final Judgement for 32091. Attorney for 1:15 ,.M.:1: W"'s. 1979 transfer lax. f fees and ttoto nl
INTENTION JACKON Keystone State Bank of Plaintiff and file' the for tale ol:pM lmoteh -

TO REGISTER III. Lest Known Address Keystone Heights original with tho clerk of / 383 oe. 8flne Saw Ona 1916 Ford .

FICTITIOUS 1317 West Fifth Street, Florida and against tho above styled court on Timber en "' Pine Custom 500 4 door {

NAMI Jacksonville", Florida Margaret Rhoden.defendant. or before November 19, Pulpwood I t j'Detalft sedan 460 CID VIN
92909 D.f.r dent. In the 1979: otherwise a Judge % * Pursuant to Section of S2.363.67 bo obtiSM by contoctlng .
NOTICE OF amount ment may bo entered may Transmission Air Condi
B6S.09. Florida Statute*. ACTIONTOI together with cost of against you for the relief the QMrfe.:\ olllce Power ,
Honing Steering
notice Is hereby given ARMOND J. collection.: demanded In tho complaint aAt.o ": Code and Brakes. Vehicle In

thai the undersigned ACKSON III. 1317 West Have tolled and hove or petition. 904-431-131' '?, ..t. 222 or good mechanical condi
Lloyd' W. Gllpln. 604 Fifth Street Jackson. In my possession the WITNESS my hand and 316. *': Non
Mellon' Terroce, Storke. "ville., Florida 32209 following described personal the teal I of sold Court on Wo resav.'th.' rightto E. Reddish
Dolph
Flo. 32091. doing You are notified that a property to-wlt: October 29. 1979. refect anytoPall bids. Sheriff Bradford
business tinder the firm Statement of Claim' has 1975 Chevrolet tnv Gilbert S. Brown. 11/1 2tchg 11/8. Florida County
name of "L ft ft been filed against you In polo. 2 dr custom I.D. Clark A. Clerk of said p," Itchg 11/1 Iv

DRYWALL MM Melton the above-named Court No. 1U7H9Y18136IAt Courts/ by Joy Rising '"

Terrace, Starke, Flo. and you ore required to the property of the At Deputy Clerk.' 11/1 IN THE CIRCUIT' NOTICE OF
3201. Intends to serve a copy of your above named defendant 2tchg 11/8. COURT FOR INTENTIONTO
register told fictitious Answer or pleading to and that on Monday. the BRADFORD COUNTY REGISTER
name under the provisions the Statement of Claimon 5th day of November FLORIDA FICTITIOUS

ol aforesaid the Plaintiff' attorney 1979 at one o'clock on NAME Pop
PUBLIC NOTICE
ttatule. RICHARD E. WEITY sold the Case No.
day on promiseeof Civil Action :
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Warner
lloyd W. Cllpln 934 North Temple! the Bradford County FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION 79-924. Pursuant to Section
owner. Avenue Post Office Box Jallyard, I will offer for 'In re the marriage of 865.09. Florida Statutes, H'comlng
J. Dated this 25th day of 993. Stark., Florida' tale and tell to the Notice:,It hereby WALTER E, HOLLOWAY, notice Is hereby given s Princesses
October A.D. 1979 In 32091 and file the highest bidder for cash given husband and MARTHA L. that tho undersignedWillie I
that tho Board of Adlushm.nt
Bradford County. 10/23. original' Answer or In hand the above of Stark. HOLtOWA. wlf.. C. Brown 416 E. 1 I I i

4fpd 11/19. pleading In the Office of described property of Florida City will conduct a NOTICEOF Call St.. Starke, Flo.
the Clerk' of told defendant 32091 business
County to satisfythe SUIT doing
hearing ol 7:00 In
Court Post Office aforesaid Execution. tho City Commission p.m. TO: MARTHA LHOLtOWAY under the firm name of :

NOTICE OF Drow.r B, Starke, Dolph E. Reddish ,. 1501 East STARKE SHOE REPAIR
:: room. City Hall Starke.Florida w I
INTENTIONTO Florida 32091 on or Sheriff Bradford County on November.. 15. Main Albany., Indiana 416 E. Call St., Starke,
: before November 12. Florida. 47150. Fla. 32091 Intends to
.. 1979. to consider a request
.FICTITIOUS 1979. 10/11 4tchg 11/1. far YOU ARE NOTIFIED register said fictitious t
special
a ox.aptIon
'.. '. NAME Personal) property et to allow a churchIn that an action for name under the provisions x S
Issue It at follows' : 1969 dissolution marriage of aforesaid }
Pursuant to Section automobile, Idenflcatlon tho RM-2 Zoning and statuta. : .
Opal 'IN THE CIRCUIT District on that parcel of hot been filed you
Florida Statute j
865.09. ,
Number COURT. EIGHTH land last Half of ore required' to serve a Willie C. Brown
notice It hereby given 9317390806. JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF Southeast Quarter of copy of your written owner
:that the undersigned H you fall to do to. FLORIDA IN AND FOR Southeast Quarter of defenses, If any to Dated this 1st day of (j.
Chariot S. Bocku. P.O. by default will November A.D. 1979 In
judgment BRADFORD COUNTY. Northeast RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney '-l'Jt"
Box BS, Mel,..., Fla. be taken against you for CIVIL ACTION West one Quarter acre. Section except for ,Petitioner, Bradford' County 11/1 "
32666 doing butlneM relief demanded In the 4tpd 11/22. ,
CASE No. 79-221-cc 28. Township 6 whose address Is Post '
under the firm of ------
name of Claim.'
statement
FLORIDA BANK AT Office Box 993. 954
"AgrlDlte, P.O. Box 85.Melrose. hand and South Range 22 East NOTICE
Fla. Witness my STARKE. a banking corporation containing four ((4)aem.) North Temple Avenue, A Homecoming queen for Bradford County Pop Warner football will be crowned
32666. Intend
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the seal 1 of this Court this JAMES D. BENNETT
to register cold lietltlout .1> 8th day of Octobu,1979. GLEN D..NORTHROP Plaintiff, and w. more or ..... (Property Storko and file, the Florida.original 32091.with' has mod. application to by last year's queen. LUa Dukes between 1 and I p.m. at the Pop. Warner
bounded the North at Bradford School
on by ballgame High Saturday Nov, X ,
under the
name GILBERT S. BROWN. At NORTHRUP. the cl.rk of the above- tho Bradford County Zon
provisions of aforesaid CLERK OF SAID COURTs JUDY Defendant.A. Thomas St.). The property styled court on or before ing Board for reclosslflcatlon The Queen will come from the candidate In the picture at lop. From right t 0 ,
of J.R. Bullington and left they ares: .Rhonda Hutcheson. a 13 old eighth grader at Bradford Middle
statute. / / By: Lila R. Yawn. NOTICE OF SUIT. PROPERTY December, 3, 1979 of the property year .
Lois' Each and
Charles' S. Backu. Deputy CI.rk. 10/11' Bulllngton. otherwise a (udgment described below from School daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hutcheson of SUrke.

ownerr. 4tchg 11/1. TO: GLEN D. NOR. every person having", an will be entered against RIA to R1C; 'located eight Kim Brown a 12 year old seventh grader at BMS daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Dale
Interest whatever In the
Dated' this 18th day ofOctobe THRUP and JUDY A. should you for the relief ((8)) miles South ol Starke Brown of Starke.

,. A.D. 1979 In NOTICE OF NORTHRUP. special exception and be heard at demanded In the Peti onto old 100 '/. mile on -Cindy Johnston also a 12 year old seventh grader at BMS. daughter of Mr. and

Bradford County. lone SHERIFFSSALE YOU ARE HEREBY appear the time and place tion. :> era ,left In Section 12, Mrs. E.R. Johnston of SUrke. .
4'pd 11/1. NOTIFIED that an action prescribed. WITNESS my hand and Township 8 South, Ranga Pictured' below are the Mighty Mite Prln H'H. They art from right to lefts

to BRING SUIT ON the GEORGE W. ROBERTS. the seal 1 of this Court on 22 East out of live acre Renee Jewell a nine year old fourth grader at Starke Elementary, daughter. of

Notice It hereby given following property In Chairman Board of Adustment. the 26th day of.Octobar, parcel' S466-0200 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jewett.
Bradford County 1979. have a mobile home for -Shannon Ford a 10 old Hampton Elementary fifth daughter of Mr.
IN THE COUNTY that I, Dolph E. Reddish ( City of Stark, year grader
COURT OF BRADFORD as sheriff of Bradford Florida:' A.L. Crosby Jr. Gilbert S. Brown, As an elderly couple. and Mrs. Quentln Ford..
''
Promissory Not. Clerk of the Court By: This change In -Marcl! McSwaln. nine old fourth
COUNTY. FLORIDA, County Florida under Secretary. 11/1 Itchg. a year grader at Lawtey Elementary daughterof
has been tiled against Beuloh M, Moody. Deputy classification Is subjectto
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. and by virtue of Writ of ,. Mr. and Mrs. Townsend Strickland.
79309SP. Execution to-wlt: you GLEN D. NORTHRUP Clark a public hearing to beheld

Execution Issued out and JUDY A. NORTHROP 11/1 4tchg 11/22 on Tuesday
GARY D. OSBORN c/o
: November 21 1979 at -
and ara required to J
RICHARD E. WELTY Post of County Court of Cloy serve you a of your Sealed lid. will beroc.lved 7:30 p.m.. In the County PUBLIC NOTICE
County, Florida' copy
: :Office Box 993, Slarke, pursuant written defense. If any to In the office of NOTICE Commission Room In the Bradford' County Commission Chamber,

It. on tho plaintiffs'' attorney tho Purchasing Agent. The Bradford County Bradford County Courthous. Notice I. hereby given that the public County Courthouse In Starke, Florida has
whose name and Union Correctional In Sheriff's Deportment will At this time all hearing concerning the Florida State been Indefinitely postponed due to
address ,It GEORGE H. stitution. P.O. Box 221, tell the following persons Interested shall Prison Complex 201 Wastewater Facilities technical difficulties hi tho plan ..,.

PIERCE P.O. Drawer Ralford, Florida 32083 described patrol vehicleto be heard for or against Pion previously scheduled for Thursday, ctlon/preltmlnary design phases For Information

FAULKNERREAL 1030. Starke, Florida up to and not later than the highest bidder on the proposal at November 8, 1979 at 7:00: p.m. In the coIl90//22 -0334.: Itchg 11/1.

9G a-sos& Q3 the 7th day of specified In the Zoning
TV Code of Bradford CoonY '
.
T November, 1979 at S'00
P.M. Sale to bo held at -
the Bradford Jail. Jerome Johns, Chairman '
County
Clear title will be fur. Bradford' County

'. 2105 N. Temple. "' .. 2a7i. nished. Buyer to pay Zoning Board. Itpd 11/1 REAL ESTATE 1 1r

;. FHA-VA t c-"'.Financing' Available. J '

.:' ''" Rep. Real l Estate Broker / : 1 WADE A.(BEHR ltEG>'BROKERBUILDIHG \ ,


.., J BR, 1 Beth CB, workshop ft rental cottage, prke |just. 301 North Trail Motel Lawtey ::1!jii 1 :::::::.::\\t:: :::. :: :. .;....::. .,:::'.:. : ..:::.::' : :::: .?' j : 1111

reduced.2BR Office 782-3931 Horn* 782-300:: I >; +COKTRACTCfl ::> : .

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Associate Ives 782-3004 *: : : ::: .Ji '
1 Bath Family room, carpet, A/C Southgate., 1o Immediate I, : INEZ. E. STARLING ._ "
;. $28.600.00. ..-' .ff \ .m .. ... "f t rt .-; '" I I ses.e.asrrrn.srrrr -. U ... ,.. ... h.' ...
/ FR78.1, 845,000
181. Ac .
I REDUCED I I 3 BR, 2 bath. CH/A w/w carpot '/ FIORIIA.W
4BR. FR. Ac $27.000.
clean ft neat, $28,000. Good terms. Con.
2 II. 1 Beth 7i'ruiilkarLREALTY
'... "'. Stucco H Ac 121.100.ri..rv. acre> lot, Hwy 100 between Stark and
HBA W/W carpet .lIy room. 2 I. 21A C 7 REALTY
jJ 1... CB, loa Ac $20,000. K.yaton. Height VA'no money r

3 Acres with 3 bedroom ,home, Hampton .r_. !Ie. for down or FHA minimum down.. Phone 964-7700
:. ; : Smell Acreage for Home 393 N. Temple' Avenue

:: 2 Bod......... I Bath could' close ,In ponh'for: 3rd Bedroom Io. ft Trailers Low 0... Pey.

stone.exterior with 4 .beautiful acres of land workshop :;..:.:.:.::.::.:,.:.:.:,;.;.;.....: : ..:...:'.::.:.';;.;: :: '!.):;"' : .. .''.' ;';. .';. '.:'.:". For Rents In city; 3 BR.Beth. I' t
10 AC.. Shade, $20.000 .. '!i" :7' 81" ; .
'. garage. ... 2.A. CI. CH/A **>L 20 Ac. Posture $40,000 : } .1'.: tnr: <. .;. .397'" '.' .. y:.; /tart.. *( CECELIA PHONE 964-7776. ,
FM RM .100 .. ft. 3
4 BR, 11. 2 acres, Klngsley' Leke area. on 10 Ac. Fenced $18.000 3 ..._... 1% bath Abt.2 TERWILLEGAR '205 N. T Stark. ..
Ac. 551,000. .mPlt>, .!...
outside
All acreage 10% to 20% acres) |lust city

5 acre posture lend high ft dry. Rowe. '10% Mb with y,. good term
1 38R. 2 BA..CB CH/A 1.30, WIRE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
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; to IS Yr. to REAL ESTATE
Ac. Shady $44.500. poy.Ontu RALPH BRYAN SEE US TODAY FOR V VA/FHA CONVENTIONAL
.: 2 V4 Acre. Hempton area Include* woll.ptlc. light 3 '. Room Concrete Blk.

pal.l .' 964-8783 near school 22000. FINANCING

230S N.Temple' Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) nJ:
:,I 10 acre* posture land high ft dry with few tree house SPECIAL
1 AC In county new '
SOS LEGION TERRACE NEW
: I I.J3 NO DOWN PAYMENT
Roberts Owner Financing not finished.

: 79 acres, $'.000 pr acre. "I acre up ..", .ra'iaeation.' .$28.000......

.3 BR fireplace. 2 V* ac. ,In country fishpond
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10 acres Marion County. Estate gauge HOME WITH CARPORT ON ONI ACRE-RD.16W
lCrl.If(21. Real
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.' .3 BR, frame. older h. 824.500

: 3 Bedroom, I bath home on Sampson lakeCrosby 379 ft. prime commercial city will split.
mobile. home N. of Lowt.,. Making Going
'.61 acres ft Money
086 N. Temple' WE NEED SMALL HOMES TO SELL CALL TODAY
Lak., restricted .,... Broker Owner 964-7828 Pay for Half I 2.000 sq. ft. home, modern conveniences Business on 301 No. ..

'I on 6 acres with 3 rentals end 50 pecan trees. Evenings Please, all. NEW LISTINGS t. Brownlee Rd. "home a. e. S30.000. 1st t
i } 100x 100' lot ,In town, $3,000. Old .bid, Included. leratega Height a.... 21. LR. FR. 'Fireplace, Kitchen-' Wooded 'lots for homes In restricted .,... Vernle P. Odo.... Broken mtg. S23.000-9-ewnerwlll toke 2nd mtg.

all Dining combo. GRI. Phone9645474 2. House B 2 acres off R4. I2S 3 BR IB, KftOR. LR, get
rt MM Storage IS unit with little or no vacancies at Many many more lI.tlng.ln' countlesl
.barn, hwafe ced-
h.at. pomp
j times. also 600 Sq. Ft. office space,. extra lot with plentyof Lake Butler' Investment opportunity' 3 rental units plus Peer) Andrew 964-7739 124.900.

.. parking. lend. See us ond .settle for,less(MONEY,that ,.1)) L. q. Dell ..WontlN.w ) 3.6'/r prime acres |just off Rd. 32S.
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a 4 1 Urge Service Station with' nice office space ft extra "'. 2B. Brick ovtoldo city on 100x300 N. let CH/A, neat We con get financing for qualified bu,...!
couldbo
4. building 1 are land Equipment I Included pump .
on
3'' replaced. e. a plus SR :230 .... headquarters smell I IOffice ffAWll i I.Meuse .._H"" I yeer oM fust ..,.."' city
for large '
We ere ecreege limit one acre luJiuriewf 3 B' 3B .,Net everything/ ,

Commercial .bldg.' on lot with'f rentege on Weshlngton St. 4 BR, 3 B, LR FR, DR Breakfast room CH/A-L.v.ly home. Hours'" & "Mon.-Frl. 9 em to S pm. ,3. Home '.r.II re...". H prime acre 3 M 3 8 CfM

'". 22J consider selling 10 acre or souse 12. ocre
Old' Sunoco fSaK\\h soRtopqulpment. Sir frentoge 2 Double. wide en acre .lot*. _..Illi.ll! ,! hll.If.'Lhl'plaltm.IU! S43.JOO feral.

: on 301, ceuld' > AV M aHuWtVe to go with tho ..I.. 3. like new 3 B' 2 B OUA M. '100 I oni acre W/W

; I nice single wide on appro I ocre lot. yiu EVENINGS carpet 1800 .". ft. no down payment will trade f

Approx. 200' frontage Hwy 301 N. 2 BR CB house. Ralfth' P. Bryan Realtor! 4. IMMACULATE 3 Bft 3 B CfMA attached/ ..... best
3 BR, 1 I. frame, nke, 2 Ira_ out buildings, double. CBgerege. 964-6208 ', Lillian C. PeersonBrokerSeleimon r r 1C0.JI8KiTT neighborhood JV4 ", .""a,.con be attorned* owner
Lot ut show you our Mobile Home Perk we have. .. for I.... CB office with AC en 1.7 acres. will fake second mertgege.f. .

I' Wayne .. Douglas' ft Office Manager N11F't' Outstanding 4 8*2 brick "hoe 10 acre on Rd. I3J.
We hove. M.H. lot a lot for home call u* today for ,Information. large frame dwelling on 3 acres with mobile' .home rental er/Salesmen 'L'.541. Home with many ..rres and room far ..,....

*. excellent buy. 964-6S93 t'V. '

Nice 3% Acre let ((2)). Green Acree.Brick home.0 .large lot with pecan tre.s,3R I David B. Dyed "r Jude Moody Vicki Pewall .PWNER FINANCF.Pl
Associate A..clot.I 301 LARGE bldg' 'A ocre neat to Bradford Motel.
Beeutlful leHlng with" pecan, fig peer ft etc. 10 ocra.. 28, Urge out building.Orohem I I hAsseclete468122S "I\ '604-"" 964-6843 7 Corner SOl ft PFatt-.... I location. old Standard .tat.....

nice 3 /.. 2 Beth fenced a cress f_H. 2 born*. most i.I In ; M *"i V W JBxmjtf*"' .20 acres prime -301N-"10 A acb.Ide 301.
I and 2 acre .let* en graded rood term
area from '' INN..VerseMlel
Improved ....lUre. : Great. property across Holiday
evelleble. CLARK) .13 acres 301 ft Mergen Rd. $39,000. Convenience Neat -- -_ p
225. priced at $2.700.00 per aro.Irx6I I Oaks let 12S-S7800-pretty wesi ---
I Hampton -
Hwy '
acre
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't 80 acres, mostly cleared" paved. reed frontage' Union FOR YOUf:1\.REAL: \ ESTATE NEEDS'IN .6.16 acres on Ortfflt leap timber118.800."" .
between Retied and lake Butter.1,. veil.;
County
: MoH. 1 acre 12,100. ;. .Store ft opts ...SO.I27.100. Ioek4hlt ever I
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:iJ: town. V.ry nice 2.'. 2..CB on paved rand cH/A.Crystal lake
:;. .93 aero $3.000 In ; ... nelghborhoed-Betsent. Rd.-Bldg." end.r$4.004..
;i home tlte*. BILL POWELL LINing bedroom .3 Country Club. lot T acre eechS6050..cIs.
: 2 % acre Griffl Loop ".000 WoIl'nc"' "' '''''. ,. country home, room for complex 301 $70.000 good ores Hew.leke .
Lerge
8% .. lend off Fersyth Road, n. (Improvements.COMMSRClAlMt .. fenced apt
acre your gerden, yard, Sr.'Oeele block bometreetl7.eCO.. Convenient.Cell .
3 BR, 1 eore 17,500 hi country. Term. peed ...... REAL ESTATE $21.500. It. commercial' let I08>.190$9.900. A sleeper.
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24 h,..
94-6464
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ies. 111 1 1 N.Walnut' St. Celt St. commercial 2JSJM86'l9.800Busy comer.
la town 13.900 Te north with/ bull"1.... double-wide.
3 BR. IB Custom Built ,
_lot ft teasel Median $22,108.
"'." ,. !Homo ( ) cottage
.. aNjfA Lnmrc : BUSINESSf/ comes with 3 bedroomsTherese .3 buildings en Call1t..pt. vpstelrt. Use .Imoglnatlenl.
.
'" 2 BR CB H,800.ON..;of
2'lets-c: In town w/nko pecen tr ..L $8,500.V' 3 ecres, almost' new and ....tt....off SR "14 Antique. end.used furniture. S><.000.Nursery land, SI9.500. Santa ,. lot Absolve County 'I&.ioo. Remote.IMALL .

.. I rs '* end equipment. $39.800. TOWN REAL ESTATE IARQAINSI .
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> 40 ....MartI... Red.N.mpt00 Financed 2
acres Owner .
4.4
V .' Furnished, MH 1 acre SRIOO SR23-m>ke ......1.houtlfulltrlcl&
,> 1IY : bedroom a.._ Oft __
For loot HOUSES! "
67 S43.900.
dup4e> Epperson specious
lake Beautiful large borne with 3 BR. 38, LR 113,100.. ..'. I acre paved rood f,.......
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IB Freme Beeutlful neer Country Club 204..126' $4800 ON 230.:
:'I. .2 BR, "
:
i..I.; > Apt. In town w/w carpet. ACv with "fireplace, DR FR PoMe. gere.e. CHI A, .lovely.. .... 3 BR, IB Frame 8I7.SOO." ; :, .$25,500., .Ca......"..... homo '. pretty grounds I3O8 Pratt. I

4 BX 3B Freme sa7.OOO... .13 $17,000.,
Nice home In' LR, DR, FR 3 BR, IHB' CH/A ocre
city peHe Old' "home In greet cendUtlen
CoIf $M4CO.t .
.. > .' H fonlolt ft Boy St.
u" "Ic' '''' I.. -i
:! .
Paul H.FaulknerRealtorTnmbW .me .large comer .lot. good. location; li3S .
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''t ti' \ Rd. 16 Will dhrkdwC.romerdol ,
"i1. .. LOTS oc nat on
'at'y ..... .....**.. r $15.500.lokefrent.
",.: ... .'.. .200. let neat to TerwUlegef holly SM...0.
:t'.' C ,.. A.seclatesEvenings W Water front.18S .
,/ .', : ......... aka trees I .,... home trelle.. lI.h.peal, largo .*...* .I00w..
,. ,' 1 and W. x 100 8//00syiY; Ces ep. large. ,
Delu.e MH on Euclid ft Bppetto NHsteS. ,
'. I, \ .i : fALTOEAUOC1ATOO. ','" oJ'; I screened porch beautiful. several h. ..floe ImietMertheDerke _..
lake Osnave
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on
... .Id '
.ITMM FauHmef..... Richard Roberts.964-S49S. ,JudlmFlyiw....PU d" ASSOCIATES. J sun sets $15,000.Weeded I
...... .....9648944Julie '
:: Veda M. Ana Gedwks.9444169 Pussy Slfeex. 9644879UlhrnttOMM Mary Hamilton 964-6235, Realtor A sedate \

i L.OrtHta-Eve.9647489WE John Longford.4963614tereen : >i 964.8704 CWO ('.t.) Dam DeSantlago.:""' .5315 belUlug, let* HetHwrs iOee $........

:: DO APPRAISALS Canon.964-8704 Lucille Spry 964-44Z8 .Robert A. McRoe, 964-7279. $3,500 owner will. "...M.. 7833397 "', Akers.eets 9444404I .

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Page IM TELEGRAPH November 1,IfTt

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I Barbara Manning Promoted By TC& Store. Starke Elementary! 1

,.. Coetlme winners' ai me Halloween. B.H.S. WEEKLY CALENDAR

Mrs. Barbara Manning depart I Carnival were Michael, Crawford, Masquerade Carnival
men* manager of clothing and soft Kindergarten Carla Stevens. lit A big Masquerade Carnival is coming -
lines for TOiY has been promoted to grade; Gomalez JIM grade; to RJE: baseball field Saturday, THURSDAY NOV. 1
wearables and soft tin coordinator Renee Hewett. 3rd graGdRed- Nov. 3 from 2 to 10 p.m. There will be All toy at school "SOCK IT TO THE KNIGHTS DAY" The student

for tile TGAY stores in the Northeast dish 4thgrade and Gerald Holt 8thgrade. prieestowwin.CCome with Old wearing the wildest looking sock will win a free ticket to"-the
Florida area. The Jack-O-Lantern pinata great' visit the : game.6:301p.m.Partci .
Her territory will be all TCAY winners were Annette BaQtcom. 5th Country sore and the Spooky Haunted : *In Tornado Whirl should be at the stadium.
ton* from the Georgia line to grade and Terrectma Kittles 3rd House.Win a delicious cake with a try 7:30 p.m. TORNADO WHIRL Everyone is invited to attend Bradford :
Gainesville and west to 175. grade. The winner of $100 ash was at the popular Cake Walk. The High'biggest: pep rally! Admission Rat at the BUS stadium :
Mrs. Manning has worked in Cheryl Furrow, a Bradford Middle refreshment stand is sure to please
several section of the local store la -s4 II School student you with Its bulb supply of fresh tasy FRIDAY NOV.* :
Starke. Most of her time and efforts The following student were treatedto goodies So join your friends and ':00 a.m. 9:30: p.m. -FOOTBALL TICKETS on tale in the Finance Office
have been spent la the clothingdepartment Wendy' by the PTA this week for neighbors for an exciting afternoon for tonight's game.
*. selling more than $20 worth of raffle and evening at the Masquerade Car- All day at school SCHOOL COLOR A SPIRIT DAY-All students should :
Mrs. Manning came to the ,I, t ticket: Jamie Carter Richard nival.Tickets are 29 cents each.They wear scarlet and gray. A free ticket to tonight's Homecoming Game
Starke/GalnesvUle are In 1969 and Klmutis Richard Ledfor Rebecca may be purchased at the Community wUl be given to each of the two students which' best display the school. .'
began with TG4Y In 197$. She now Martin Stacy Motley and Stacy Day Care Center or from UYA colors and spirit. .
reside with her family in the Brown. Robin Bramble won $is for volunteers and day care parents and 1:00 p.m. Bits students... dismissed for the Homecoming Parade; '.
Keystone Heights area. She will continue selling the most raffle ticket. staff. Please don't forget the date- 1:10 p.m. HOMECOMING PARADE. :;
to live there and work: from the NOV. 3d, 1m. from 2 to 10 p.m. at 7:50: p.m. FOOTBALL PRE-GAME- Introduction of the Senior Football. '
local TGY atore.Growenlleet. Barbara Manning Class News RJE baseball field located on Old Players.
Lisa Brown and Vickie McFarlaneare Lawtey Road In Starke. 0:00: p.m.HOMECOMING FOOTBALL KICKOFFThe Tornadoes face. .
celebrating their birthdays in the Vanguard Knight at the BHS Stadium. : '
Nov. 6 KLPOA Will Sponsor Mrs.Tetstone's room.Their class hada :.
HaUoween party on Friday Oct.29. yrr, TUESDAY NOV.
Games and records' were played <::00 a m. 2:45: p.m. YEARBOOKS wilt be on sale In the area next to the
An Important growers meeting will Chicken Supper while the children enjoyed cupcakes Beulah Baptist Church Attendance Counter. This Is the last day to order and pay for your
be held at the Brooker Elementary cookies chips and punch Bonnie 1979-W Annual. Yearbook$10.00. Plastic Cover 73f.Student' name

School Tuesday. Nov. 6 at 7:30: future The Kingsley Lake Property Wilson Cindy Griffin and Annette lIomecomlngNov.ll printed on cover 100.
The meeting concern Owners Association: will sponsor a Williams helped Mrs. Tetstone with PARENTS Each student received a Federal Impact Form from his/her
marketing of vegetables in the area. fried chicken starting at 8 the homeroom teacher last Tuesday (Oct.30)). It important that you. fUt :
The Lake Butler Co-op which p.m. Saturday supper Nov. 10. at the club The ran u al Homecoming Parade Beulah Baptist Church on Hwy. 21 out this form and have your child return it to his/her homeroom:

operated during the past season baa house. Plates will be sold for S3 and will be tomorrow Nov. 2. The will have a homecoming November teacher ne later than today. ,' _
Indicated It operate on the 11. Rev. ...A. McGee will lead the : '
may may be taken out or eaten at the club.Commun. children will be taken with their .
Brooker Market. Representative teacher and return before 2 morning worship. In the afternoon, WEDNESDAY NOV.7 .
p.m.
from the Co-op and A. Duda, which ': there will be singing with the Weeks 4.00: p.m. Homecoming Queen. Court, and all princesses meet at the}.: .

marketed the Co-op's produce wW 1 : = e ..e .. ]Ity (News Ie.nUi: : ,c ? i Family and the Silcox Family. school for formal portraits _' _:;_.-'
discuM: how they can serve both Co-op
members and non-members In
their by Elltabeth G.Walker day 7:30: regular church service Sun- ,
marketing Robert Allen marketing vegetables.specialist: phone 1644183Concerned day School 10 a.m.Morning Service 11 School Lunch Mean DWIGHT! SLATE 'S ": ."
Week of Nov.' for
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that attend this ,
urged everybody
CltUens of Bradford am.First Bora Church of The Living Bradford County Elementary and
meeting so plans can be made for the
future. County Inc. God: Friday 1:30 Bible Study Friday Middle Schools
Food & Selt '
The Nov. monthly meeting will be 7:30: Tarrying' Service.Sunday School US. 30f fi.

lL e = Benr! L : : : '32J held Nov. 29 because the fourth 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Monday Nov. 5; Sausage buttered 7 AM. 12 P.M. ,
Thursday Is Thanksgiving Day. All YPCW 1 p.m.Evening Worship p.m. grits steamed cabbage peaches & Walnut St

Card Of ThanksThe members are asked to cooperate with Pleasant Grove United Methodist corn bread milk.
this activity. Church: Sunday School 10 ajn. Communion Tuesday, Nov. I: Meat croquet RC er NEHI
Service 3 p.m. I w/tomato sauce green beans, mashed MOTOR Oil .
wife of Claude R. Bradford Church Activities: Mt. Morlah United Methodist potatoes fruit cup hot rolls milk. $1" OR PEPSI
wishes to express her sincere: ap Church Choir No. 1 rehearses Wednesday Nov. 7: Turkey pot pie. 3 Qta. "' ': :
preciation for the sympathy and love Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:' Wednesday before the first Sunday in garden salad banana pudding, 10 02. /i Tai
shown by our friends and neighbors of Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion each month 6:30: p.m. Sunday School biscuits milk.Thanday Plus Tax, I A. ,Oep i

the community for the prayers, Service 11 a.m. Allen Chapel Day 10 a.m. Communion Service 11 a.m. Nov. 8: Spaghetti w/meat ,
flowers, cards telephone calls and donations celebration will be held at 8 p.m.Sun- Church of God(Prophecy I Sunday sauce cheese stlx E.toss salad, apple Borden's All, BRANDS 6EER
to the Cancer Society many day. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 crisp hot rolls milk.: "

for their precious time spent with me, Annual conference will begin In a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. You are FrIday Nov. t: Pig-N-the-blanket, .. ,1'9 Case
consoling me and aiding me in so Jacksonville Nov. 8-11 at St. Paul invited. baked beans cabbage slaw peaches MILl G... 'I-too Over Cos.!',
many ways. I want to thank especially AME Church on 13th Street and Myrtle Mt. Ptigah AME Church Sunday milk. .
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IDea Green for the favorite Monday at 6:30: with the Tiny Tots Conference Nov. 8-11 in Jacksonville
hymns she played on the organ The rehearsing, 7:30: Senior Choir rehear- at St. Paul AME Church.FORSALE. -
Veterans Administration Medical sal. Tuesday Prayer Meeting.
Center Director Malcom Randall for Wednesday 7:30: the circles will meet.
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ponents are supposed to be- wind up Homecoming 79 with 'rt. '
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t 1 ". creampuffs and tradition 01 /v s %the feature attraction-the I:
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says they are, Keystone High ';':"'*!football game against OcalaVanguard'i .
r didn't do a very good Job of linIng !\, Knights at
up a foe for Friday night's .40n Bradford Field Friday
annual celebration-football. .' night.
.f ,. ; game. a feature attraction with a bit
I ',i .The Indians must face Jasper's "more;' feature for Tornado fans after ;
Trojans In an 8 p.m. capper to the last Friday's 10-7 BUS upset sinking I
: week's festivities. At 5-2 and In the { .' of then high-flying Buchholz. Still, the 1 (
t thick of a playoff race the visitors :Tornado coaching staff has to deal
from near the Florida-Georgia border -f with a problem of concentration: this'
hardly fit the part of a weakling. The "week.
: game will certainly be a biggie for the Concentration could slip for at least three reasons:
: F / Indians who at 2-5 are looking to .
: I 'salvage some pride In front of the 1)) Last week's rousing upset makes for good conversation :
: :: r homecoming onlookers, but It's also
at school and among players. IU easy to
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: I crucial for Jasper which is one-half forget there's two more games to play. Head Coach
: game behind District 4-AA leaders David Hurse and his staff have stressed to the players \ .
: Newberry and Williston with a. 4-2 that the thing to forget is last week's ballgame-and '
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i ,, league mark start thinking about Vanguard.
: :7 'Is "They are a real, real good ballclub," testified ( 2) its Homecoming. That in itself, with the Tornado
I KHHS Coach Pete Valentino Monday He spent Whirl, parade, dance and crowning of the queen, can throw
'.: Keystone's open date Friday watching Jasper destroy Concentration, out the window.
C Union County 35-0 and might be groaning under his 3) Vanguard Is a 1-6 ballclub. with its only win coming "
breath about the scheduling too. 14-6 over Lake Weir In a battle of wlnless teams last week.The .
:- :_ "They're more wide open than we thought," Valentino said Knights don't strike a very imposing figure, again making it ;
: 4 of Jasper. "Their bread and butter is John Lilly (180( pound tough for the players to be as diligent in their work as they :
: tailback) running between the tackles but they'll run the op were in preparation for 5-1 Buchholz. .
:::: lion some,. and they'll throw the ball some f
:.: i "Defensively they are very quick, they really pursue well. We're going ,(*"Vanguard doesn't look that bad to me," Hurse said seriously. He I'
:=:_. to try to go right at 'em, maybe mix in some misdirection and reverses delivered the same line to the Tornadoes before practice Monday"We've '
:=; instead of trying to go wide. They really stop you from going wide." seen them on film against North Marion which runs the veer just about p.
= Valentino said the Indian coaching staff spent the week following a 15-0 like we do and North Marlon only beat'em 13-6. Vanguard had the ball on
== win over Union County reviewing the basics. the two yard line with about two minutes to go (trailing 7-6) but fumbled ;
*' the ball. North Marion drove down the field to make It 13-6.
:.:: t- "Yeah we worked on the basic things blocking and tackling the Indian
boss revealed. "Number one though was lust to give some of our injuries "They've been in games only to lose late," he continued trying to emphasize '
::: a chance to heal." He reported no major Injuries that will keep fear of the seemingly weak Knights. "Of course they've been
?.__ players out of the Homecoming lest. "This week we're getting into our bombed a couple of times too," Like when Buchholz put the crunch on
'.--:; game plan for Jasper." them 51-14 at mldseason.
:= What about all the hoopla surrounding Homecoming week? Secondary' Coach Mike Hartley drew a comparison with last week's

-- "Well we try to play that down"Valentino said. "People are going to remember the football game long after they game-wlth. roles reversed. '
-:- forget about the floats and parades and all that stuff." ,. "I think it's a lot like we were against Buchholz... except the point spread won't be so wide," Hartley notioned.
Before ripping Union County last week Jasper had opened with a 22-6 win over Hawthorne,rolled past Gainesville remembering that the Tornadoes were big, big underdogs against Buchholz. "If we go into it half-cocked they could I
P.K. Yonge 26-7,crunched Cross City 37-6, lost Its fourth outing to Chiefland 13-21,whipped Williston 38-6,.and lost to beat us. Really though if we play with a lot of intensity like we have the last two weeks (the included: the 21-141011 to I ,.
Newberry 12.0 Ocala Forest) we'll be alright. They aren't as good as we are but we need to get after 'em. \

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; The Tigers of Union County High ,"Monticello is not quite as big as man. "Their quarterback does Vie for5AAA I ;.,;
r again will have a tough row to hoe as Jasper was, but they are about as. everything for them and he does It J
: they search for the season's first win quick," says Head Tiger Coach Jim well. He runs the bal% passes kicks I
Friday night at home against Jefferson my Thomas, of this weeks off kicks extra points and punts for
High (Monticello) at 8 p.m.. challengers the team," Thomas appraised.
: The Monticello club is only 2-5 on Union, now 0-7 after last Friday's Monticello runs the offense mostly TitleThe I
the season but last week gave 35-0 setback at Jasper, will be playing .from the I-formatlon, and has two I I I II IIa IIr IIr
Blounstown, a 7-1 club rated seventh its final home game of the year. strong running backs to play i it well,
in AA, all it. could handle before fall- Monticello's strong point on the ,according to Thomas. Lady Tornado volleyball teamat I
ing 21-22. team is In quarterback Greg Leather- Fullback William Huggins only BHS locked up a winning regular
weighs 150 pounds, but Is strong and season ((6-5)) with a win over Palatka I
,. -- has real good speed, according to the last week and is playing in the six ,
scouting report. Six foot ISO pounder team District S-AAA tournament at
tailback Doug James also has wheels Santa Fe High School this week. \
and is a tough runner. third-seeded Lady Tornadoes :
Defensive strong point, Ticlemmie were to meet Live Oak in Wednesday
\ ,;.' ,.,.7, Blackman,65 and 220 pounds,has got night's tournament opener. A win i
," \; isaggressive there, against a Lady Bulldog V
speed for his size,executes: well and young
THOMAS METALS, INC. on the line, Thomas add. team that Bradford T beat 15-$, 15-9 .
earlier in the campaign, would give
ed""We s BUS berth in tonight's (Thursday I
are going to have to get tough a
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And.Dra'im ge and start controlling the ball offen- Nov. 1)) semifinals against top-seeded r

.0.. :. '. sively says Coach Thomas. "They ALachua Santa Fe, 15-3 In the regular
: have real good overall team speed on j season and a district and region
: Specializing In Mitered End Sections And ElbowsBuy ? offense and defense." .. --- Champ laltlear. The BHS-Santa Fe
Running from a 50-defense. a live match at 6 p.m. L
man front line,Monticello plays toughon ,"We know our trouble will really i'r'
Direct From Manufacturer And Save the outside corners, according to All In How You Hold Your Mouth? start in the semifinals against Santa

Thomas. Valuta Brown puts a little extra Into DUtrlct Tournament this week with a Fe" admitted BHS Coach Inez
Lake Butler has had a tough time on a set in a mid-ira MOil volleyball urmlHiiiil match tonight, Thursday. Harvey. The Lady Raiders were the
; Free Delivery the offensive this year, with only six match Nov, I., If they were w borers Wrelnt'- only team to beat BHS twice without
I points in seven games compared to. Brown and her I.adTornado day. defeat this year, but were extended to
150 points scored by opponents. tramalrs are competing In the three games (13-12/10-15, 16-14)) by i
Lake Butler. Fla. Bradford in the two team's first clash.
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"If we are on that night> we could give
them a good match." '
In the other semifinal the winner of l
Wednesday's match between fourthi i ,
seed Gainesville Buchholz (0-0) and
MULTI-MILE STARKE MULTI-MILE GAINESVILLE JAYCEE? Gainesville Eastside would'' meet .
j Tf second-.reeded Gainesville High(15-4)

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A78.13 E-Te.14 A78.13 E78-14 meeting the District 6-AAA (Marion
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chilly but noisy hometown crowd Hut On ii Hi S open grand agslastBucbhoU
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turf for the first time in five weeks 4-lt.l K.-T/H ..... surpassed Us
and the BHS squad gave an Invite t-O.I *OTM-A>. *-sr.s season total la rushing
back for tommorow night's u.om >.. llil V.. MlM yardage with Friday's t2
Homecoming game versus Vanguardas tumMn I Hi M yard Might-fats best ever
a 27 yard Kenny Clark field goal as a Tornado u
and a second: half shutout effort by the Most of his yardage t4o..s.MMw
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with their second: loss against five game. Quarterback Bill Goodge up
wins. Only high-rated Eastside had threw only twice, completing one p plays front Bradford'sveer Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton Instruction during the Tornadoes 10-7
handled Buchholx before Friday- short screen for three yards, but BUS x.. offense. calls his defensive front together for Upset of Duchholi last Friday.
squeezing by 20-19 in an overtime didn't need to throw to win. Goodge
Shootout for the district title. kept 17 times for 88 yards and gave 20 .
For the 5-5 Tornadoes the victorynot times to fellow junior Jordan, who
only instilled confidence: : in a churned for 94 yards, mostly on the "
young team (a dozen non-seniors first option of the veer offense-up the "
started Friday) and boosted spirits middle cracks off guard. Jordan's r.r.,1' ,, .x.4..11
for Homecoming week-it also will be team-leading total for the game was
the key win if the Tornadoes avert a for more yardage than he had rushedfor
losing season. With 14 Vanguard and all year Hurse pointed out. Hildebran pegged Dixon near the line 11W- I
CHI Suwannee-Uve Oak left on the "79 "Other than one play we only used of scrimmage on first down and on the
worksheet the Tornadoes will now be one running play all night long," next play Dixon lost the handle on an
odds-on choices to finish the year S-S Hurse said with a smile. He was talking off tackle slant. Hildebran was on the
with three straight wins. and... about the straight veer option with spot for the recovery.
without the tag of being Bradford'sfirst Goodge "reading" the man outside After Bradford's David Sparks roll
loser since 1970. Bradford's tackle U that outside ed a 44 yard punt dead at the Buchholz
"We mentioned that to the kids man, the defensive end in Buchholz 17, Dixon again fumbled. This time he
beforehand" noted Tornado Head scheme, pinches in to stop the dive ran into tackle Frank Swindell behind
Coach David Hurse. "It's stria: play Goodge is to keep Hurse ex the line of scrimmage and lost the ball
matter of pride... plained. BHS rarely had to go to the to Allen Scott at the Bobcat 11 yard
wanted to end up with a losing season third option, the outside pitch to the line.The
or salvage a little bit out of the other back. Tornadoes went nowhere on
season." "You couldn't ask for a better three offensive plays but Clark came Ya 5 r
Keys to the Tornado win were defense to run the veer against," on to try Bradford's first field goal attempt /
many. Hurse said of the Bobcat defense. of the year. The junior, who
Though Buchholz's speedy "And our offensive line had its most had won the placeklcklng job just two
backfield rambled for 269 yards the outstanding game to date. All of 'em weeks ago with practice perfor-
Tornado defense, led by linebacker (Scott Jay Griffis Hunter Rauhoffer, mances Hume called excellent, cut
Danny Hildebran's IS tackle show I Johnny Bell, and Ricky Griffis) the uprights in half with his 27 yard ,
the two-way work of Allen Scott, andthe shared the Lineman of the Week field goal and with 5:01: left in the
side-to-side pursuit of end Ronald Award. "To beat Buchholz's third period the Tornadoes had their
Mathews (six stops, two assists), defense you have to have something 10-7 advantage.
came up with enough big plays to that hits the line of scrimmage right As the last half frittered away both -w- w b. '"
allow the visitors just one score. The now, and that's what the veer does for teams continued to show flashy offensive : \
biggest of the big plays came on the us. U we had played the I-formation plays, but the defenses stopped Tiger running back Len Shipley, number 30.the brightest I Tigers also pictured I are number 86, Kevin A.Grlfffo' and
three occasions Bradford shook against 'em they would have beatenus sustained efforts."I star for Union County In Its loss to Jasper last week, is number 13, Bobby Crosby, :
fumbles loose from Bobcat runners four touchdowns." don't know what happened to our about to hit the deck<< against the Trojans. t tf
and beat Buchholz to the ball.A "It was a great win for us.. no execution but we just didn't move the
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recovery by Scott at the Buchholz doubt about it. The kids deserve the ball in the second half like we did In i l
11 led to Clark's field goal, which credit and I thought our coaches did a the first," was Hurse's answer for the '
snapped a 7-7 deadlock with 5:01: to go whale of a job preparing them. Tornado slowdown. Trojans Conquer Union Tigers 35-0 : t
in the third period. Goodge punched the Tornadoes The Tornado defense on the other .
Before the field goal Buchholz lost a ahead 7-0 with a 17 yard option keeperon hand, pitched a second half shutout at
fumble to Hildebran at the Tornado Bradford's second possession. The the Bobcats, thanks in part to the
13, and afterwards bobbled away a tally capped a 58 yard drive on which fumbles. Jasper played rough host to Union own territory at the 44 yard line with a
four quarter oppurtunity when Brad- Goodge optioned for 56 stripes. "We didn't give up the big plays this Highs' varsity gridders last Friday UNtON 7 COUNTY JAIMIHratOiKM fl third down.
ford's Richard Smith beat Ted Dixon Clark's conversion was true. week, that was the key, that and get- night as the Trojans shut out the YN.......... in Shipley hit for nine yards over right
} to a muffed exchange at the BHS 21 Buchholz didn't stay behind for ting the fumbles," said Defensive Tigers 35-0. tl YI.r.Jq guard on the third down play then on
1 An interception by Kenny long, leveling the issue at 7-7 with a Coordinator Mike Sexton after first The loss marks the, seventh this ..... _K.f'A_ I.'.,' fourth down Barber kept the drive
Etheridge was Buchholz's fourth tur nine play-76 yard drive. Dixon the describing the victory as"fantastic, a year for the Tigers who are still lookIng t 3s _&Mt.. .... alive, hitting Kevin Griffis for a 10
nover. Bobcat star tailback dove into the real big win for us." Sexton had talKabout for the first win.'The game moved M -,.. 4s. yard pass and first down at the Jasper
Another big key was the work of endzone for a seven yard TD run and ed the Tornadoes giving up the the Trojans up to the 5-2 mark and 3t yard line. .
) Bradford's veer offense, again an effective Bobby Gainey's conversion tied the "big plays" to the opponents in recen' kept them in the hunt for a District Tiger running back Len Shipley was Shipley pierced right tackle for
weapon, just as it was in its count. Dixon was the top Buchholz weeks. 4-AA title and state playoff berth. the main workhorse on that drive and another five yards on the first down,
unveiling against Ocala Forest The rusher, but his 123 yards on 16 carrieswas "Not only did we not allow the big No offensive movement was one of all night long for the Tigers. A three then two passes from Barber were
Tornadoes moved the ball from the a below par performance for plays but we came up with some the Tigers' biggest problems of the yarder by Shipley and two five yard dropped by Bobby Crosby and John
_ first play from scrimmage, a seven him, with 52 of the yards coming on ourselves" he continued, speaking of night, along with two touchdowns ,penalties, against Jasper gave, the Wood, backing the Tigers into another
JI1' 'yard thrust off guard by Mike Jordan, one third stanza sprint. the defense. ,"They layed the ball on scored on interceptions by the..Trojans Tigers their first,..first down on the fourth down situation at the 29 yard
and for the rest of the night, totaling,, After, the 'Cats tieing' score the the ground three times In the second, > i drive. j 0 line. Then Barber hit Shipley; for
1D9 yards toe/ferae against a defense teams continued to move the ball. half end we recovered all three. "We knew we were going to lave to: Shipley was the Tone' big yard seven yards and a first down at the 22
g thought to be the area's best-and that But neither could cash impressive offensive Kevin Reddish caused one of the move the ball offensively to be in the gainer for the Tigers with 77 yards in yard line.
I stats in for points.In fumbles and Allen Scott .caused game, but we just could not move the 22 carries. After two incomplete passes by
the waning moments of the first another one."Hildebran. ball" says Head Union High Coach Shipley broke lose around the right Barber, the clock ran out in the first
half both teams muffed oppurtunitles is just playing some Jimmy Thomas of Friday night's side of the line for 19 yards and half and Jasper went into the locker
FLORIDA to take leads into the locker room, fantastic football lately and we got game. another first down at the Jasper 49 room 22-0 leaders at halftime.'
Buchholz twice blowing chances.At good games from the other kids too. Union netted only 27 yards rushingon yard line. Shipley hit for four yards
the end of the first period Goodge Reddish had one of the better nights 33 runs and could only get 26 yardsin on the next play, but a five yard illegal
THEATRE fumbled the ball to Bobcat John Wadeat he's had lately" the air with three completions in 15 procedure call against the
the BHS 40 yard line. QuarterbackWillie Peoples rambled 10 yards for a Bob attempts. Jasper put together 239 Tigers and a five yard sacking of (see page 8B .- --:
Starke 964-5451 Brown hit wideout Greg Jones cat first down but two passes by yards on the ground and five yards Barber put the Tigers back in their ... .
for a 19 yard pass gainer to the 26 but Brown were overthrown to stop the passing against the Tigers. -.
back to Back holding penalties put the 'Cats Then Jordan slung away two Trojan John Lilly was the leading .,.....,
Fri., Sat., Sun. visitors in reverse. On third and 33 arm tackles for a 21 yard gainer to rusher for the night with 97 yards in 10 ::t: .
from the Bradford 43 Brown's long near midfield before BHS stalled and carries followed by teammate Bobby
Nick Nolte/Mac DavisIn bomb was picked off by Etheridgeand had to punt. As the third quarter Oliver with 93 yards rushing and 53 Wildlife Officers on
carried back to the BHS 47. came to an end Allen Scott grabbedthe yards in return yardage.
For the night the flashy Brown,who scrambling Brown and reeled him Jasper drew blood quickly In the
Hurse had called "the best quarter- In for a four yard loss, forcing another game with a touchdown on the first
back we've seen" in his pre-game punt. Hometown fans gave the Tor- drive of the night. After driving from Cut In Arrest Powers : :
analysis, hit only four of 15 passes nado defense a hearty ovation as they their own 46 yard line, the Trojans
M with one interception. He overthrew came off the field after Scott's sack moved to the one yard line, where on
open recievers on more than one oc After the Tornadoes punted again, a fourth down Lilly drove up the middlefor
casion while Mike Teston, the Tor- 41 yarder by Sparks, Buchholz the first score of the game. The 'We Can Do Our Job' }
l nado Defensive Back of the Week for mounted another challenge to the extra point kick was good and Jasper
"' his play, led the secondary coverage.On Tornado lead-only to fumble again. was in front 7-0 with 7:26: minutes left
the ground he totaled 60 stripes on The visitors went 61 yards to the Tor- in the first quarter. Some conservationists are concerned but the Florida Game & Fresh Water
nrJ 12 keeps but had only one scramblefor nado 22 as Peoples swept 31 yards to The second touchdown for the Trojans Fish Commission says the recent cutback of game officer's arrest powers won'tcrimp
J over 19 yards. take the Bobcats: into Tornado territory was made on an Interceptionfrom its protection of Florida's wildlife-at least not on the local level.
Bradford moved to the visitors 24 as On a first and ten with 5:44 left Tiger quarterback David Wildlife management officers can no longer arrest violators of Florida's game
._"" "" Jordan scrambled for 21 yards on four on the clock the 'Cats fumbled on a Barber to Trojan Bobby Price. Price laws but Commission officials say a beefed up staff of Wildlife enforcement officers
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4ooG .. .. q"1'' trips into the middle and Goodge went confused backfield exchange and intercepted on about the 30 yard line will keep violations down.
for five and a first down. Then, Brad- Richard Smith pounced on the ball at and ran in for the TD. An extra point The Commission's executive director, Col. Robert Brantley. explained in a
ford nixed its opportunity to take the the 21 for the Tornadoes.The kick by David Altman was good and Gainesville SUN story last week that some wildlife managers. had filed
301 DRIVE IN lead when Jordan was hit behind the 'Cats stopped Goodge on a third Jasper went in front 14-0 with three grievances asking for the extra pay and fringe benefits enforcement officers get
line of scrimmage and lost a handoffto and one keeper and as the clock tick minutes .CUlleft in the first period. for what is termed "hazardous duty", The managers were arresting"game,
Bobcat Wilbur Hollaway.As ed inside 3:20 Buchholz took the ball "They hurt us early in the game. A violators just as their fellow empolyees wearing enforcement badges ..e, but
Fri Sats the clock died down the visitors at its 35 for a last chance. team as quick as Jasper is going to were without the extra benefits. The end result of the grievance is that management -
moved 61 yards back into scoring 5 A holding penalty meant a loss of make some breaks against anyone officers can no longer make arrests-the Game Commission choosing. to cut
position at the Tornado 13. Brown's 19 21 yards for Buchholz. Brown then and we just couldn't hold them," said back on the manager's duties rather than up the ante. '7
ROGER MOORE yard option keeper started the push threw to Greg Jones for 13 yards to Thomas. On the local level that means Camp Standing's resident wildlife manager,Jim
and junior Carl Peoples, who had 72 get some lost ground back. On fourth "We knew they were going to be Schatz, won't be able to make arrests. Schatz, who is housed on thqBlanding
yflMES BOND 007 yards on just eight carries, went for and 10 with less than two minutes to tough. They have three people that reserve, has been making some 40 percent of the arrests In the Camp huntingarea.
22 yards on a sweep. Once inside the go the visitors added anxious colleges are looking at and they have "The managers will work on their area, handle the planting arid food
BHS 15 the 'Cats were stymied as moments to the Tornado sideline as tackles on the offensive and defensive plots; post the hunt area, run the check points, keep up with game populations,
f Hildebran stopped Brown at the line Brown hit Jones at midfield for 15 lines that are real aggressive," com- things like that," explained Region Manager Larry Martin over the phone Mon.
s of scrimmage and Richard Smith had yards and a four more downs: mented Thomas. day. He was asked what duties Schatz would have now that he's minus'arrest
l tight end Terry King covered on a Two passes were overthrown and a Union got the ball on the kick after powers. Martin administrates a 16 county Northeast Florida area from his Lake
third down pass attempt. third down pass for Jones was the Trojans second score at its own 42 City office. "The enforcement officers'chief responsibility is patrohng "their'' area
On fourth down Gainey came on to deflected by Smith. On fourth and 15, yard line. Trying an unsuccesful run- and looking for game violations," he continued. ::
try a 32 yard field goal with just over after an illegal motion penalty ning attack the Tigers ran into a Schatz is the only management officer in the Bradford, Union, of keystone
PLUS 1:00: to play. After his first kick Buchholz tried to free Dixon on a fourth down punting situation on the area.
caromed off a light wire and was screen pass but the tailback slipped 43 yard line.The Trojans got the puntat Enforcement coverage of the area will be handled by a two officer corps in
replayed Gainey's second chance had down after the catch with Mathews the 20 yard line and the first period each county. The law enforcement division has been allocated$700,000 to add 36
"Watch Oat We're Mad"SUN. plenty of distance but was off right. right on his tracks and the Tornadoes ended just after the punt. officers and give each county at least two officers.
fumbled twice early in the had to out the final of The Tiger defense held againstthe "We're assigned primary areas. My primary area Is Bradford County but I
.."............................. Buchholz only run minute tight work Duval, Nassau, Clay Union, wherever I'm needed sometimes," explainedJim f.
second: half, once throwing away a play for the win. Tojans forcing a punt from the 31 '
& MQN. chance to take the lead, and then giving Buchholz made their yards penalized yard line.The Tigers got the ball at its Ponder a wildlife enforcement officer who's served Bradford for two years
BHS a chance to score. column look even worse as three own 34 yard line, but on the first down Allen Zell is replacing Jim Hubner and will be Bradford's second enforcer. "Oh'
i Dixon rambled across the grain fora players piled on Goodge and were play Barber was sacked for a 14 yard yeah, it'll work," Ponder answered when asked about enforcement coverage inlanding.
52 yard gain to the Tornado 14 as kicked out of the game on the next to loss, back to the 20 yard line. "If he(Schatz In Camp Standing sees a violator he just has.to call one
Buchholz cned the second: half. last play of the contest. Alter losing three more yards in the of us. -
rest of the series Union was forced to "There's two officers in Clay County that can also be called to Standing, and
punt from the 17 yard line, giving the there's two officers: in Union County (< They Fly From Special Olympic StarkeStars Trojans possesion of the ball at the "We've got a network of officers around the state.They're assigned to a countyor
"" Tiger 39 :yard line with a first down. an area but we can overlap and help each other out.1
Man to Man..... Roundball WednesdayThe Sell Chicken DinnersThe On the, first play Lilly broke lose "In the last two nights <( ? ,around right 'end on a quick pitch six people trying to slip in and out of Blanding around the checkpoints," Poncier
All over the world! ,from the quarterback for a 39 yard noted "They didn't have hunting permits... they climbed the fences and tried to
Bradford County Special Olympics Starke Stars Softball team will out. -
slip
A 1 organization will be holding a be serving chicken: pilau dinners spint touchdown around run.right Oliver end for then two made pointsen a "That's a first degree misdemeanor that tarries probably a $50 fine,"Ponder
run-dribble-shoot basketball competition before the Bradford High Homecotn-
I I I for the county's retarded citizens ing game against Ocala Vanguard the conversion 224 with 9:15,. boosting left in the the Tro first said.Even so, one of the charges made by'conservationists (speaking out againstthe
l, : at Bradford Middle School Wednes- Friday night, Nov 2. halfup 1 : change in 'duties) is that In the busy hunting season nearly upon us the
day, Nov. 7. Included in the meals,which will\ be i After Lake Butler got the ball on the 'number of Illegal kills could increase in the management areas.The game Commission
I Some basketball players from the served at the Starke Elementary I kick,could not move the ball and had counters that argument with talk of their beefed up force."We're .
w JJazinnl University of Florida as well as School Cafeteria from 7:30p.m: (eat and forced busy during hunting season.,. but we're always working anyway,"
to punt, Jasper to punt on
\ Civitan Club and Women's Club In or take out) will be beans
green Ponder said Monday. "Of course hunting season, especially the holiday season
the started
the next series Tigers a
l: :. sCiX1Wb members will be on hand for the program home made rolls, mixed fruit,and Iced drive to the goal, line. around Thanksgiving and ChrIstmas Is. a peak season for violations becausethere'
which: Is to run from 9:30: till tea. Cost Is W for adults $|JS for' The drive started at the Tiger 27 .more people in the woods.We have a peak violation season In the summer

j o.. its. _-.L.. .r_ 1R aboutjfooo.Approximately:: children under age 12. ,' yard line and ended at the Jasper 22 too but It'. for boating and fishing or skiing violations. 'r-
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70 entrants 'et Starke'Stars "You don't find repeat offenders of game laws-there's been few
: '.n.-e. .' before time ran out in the many very
T caw pected. Senior Boys Softball team. ;A.7 ,., ',' _yard; I've caught more than once," the local game enforcer added.
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j' WID"W.Well...71 N.Y. ; one son, John He LOST Male block and tan FOR RENT- 3 BR. 2 Bath CASH FOR OOLDt Sterling

Mr. Will) W. Wells 76, died Saturday Lawrence Mass.In tine US. Lose 2 Dobermon In Keystone home, walking distance to Jewelry, diamonds, Comm,

evening. Oct. 27, In the Bradford lieu of flowers please 171-77 area hnt Saturday. Dog I I. schools. Deeded access to dental gold. Will visit your

1\ County Hospital. donation to the Grace for on medication.' No ID tog 2 lakes CoU 4792647.Itchg home anywhere. Mr. I.....

Born Oct.25 11103 In HliMsville,Ga., Methodist Church In Lawtey. \ The unbeaten unscored on Palatka .word offered. 4733728.2tcha 1'I1POUND man. 475-1069.2/1 tfnchg.

j Mr. Well bad lived at Rt. 1. tark.. Funeral services will be and Baby Panthers thundered past the 10/25-11/1 Sot. p.m., male LAKE LOTS FOR SAL 11

for the past 11 yean coming here at 2 p.m. today (Thursday, Nov United BUS junior Bradford varsity 33-0: Thursday WORK WANTIOl Hauling// puppy. lab/greyhound, Key$ton. Height
at Field andBuchhohl's
where he Grace United! Methodist night black with collar no tog Beautifully wooded
from Jacksonville was a troth otc. Alio free trimm lots on
Baby Tornadoes 20-14 Tuesday night
the Church of God. Cemetery. Archer-Tanner Ruby 11/8 473-3111. tfnchg 10/11 Good term or discount for'

r: Survivor Include: hit wife Helen Home is in charge of ; and step dropping BHS to 1-6 on the year. 'O.SAU. 37-Inch 10-.po d DEADLINE for classified cash 1 to 9 acres with nice
Against Palatka the Baby Tornadoes
; M. Wells: one daughter Mrs Betty Hughey mon't blko and bike rock advertising' In Monitor Is tree overlooking' lake
James Martin HI) M could closer to
t get no scoring
;. Cumberland Cheryl Call Tuesday at noon prior' to from S3.500.
Davis of Maryland; Palatka for cor. Beet offer. S500
Mr. James Martin Hill 20 that
than the coming
the Issue the ad
Thursday
Mrs Ruth Debra after 3 473-2953. down.SM month. Commercial
four
stepdaughters

Lawtey died Oct. 26 at when fullback Emmett Watkins p.m.
:
i Linda Friday ; 8 step I* to appear. Change In lot
Johnson of Lake City Mrs. Kay extended 1tcho II/I on SR-21 North
following an illness. powered some 45 yards on a fake punt
classifieds should
also be
RoweU and two available.
Mrs Donna ;
Coleman OAMAOI SALIi Owner-
t Born In Gilmer Other than that the winners had Friday.
run.
Miss Diane Wright all of SUrke; two County, of Saturday and Sunday. 8 made prior to the noon Salesman. 473-437S. .2/23
Virginia Mr. Hill moved to the Baby Tornadoes bottled up all deadline.
sons, Victor Wells of Freehold, N.J. 35 where he Hughey a.m. 3 p.m. On SM-100, tfnchg.
some
and Benny! Wells, Jacksonville; two and operated years a grocery ago store four,1'i.n... and rs i Thursday night Nov 1, the BIISJV' Hlllcratt. on (left hand .,d.. FOR extended RENT) Trolled.BR with 1 FOR SALE Two ecre en
Roland Wells of living room. SR-100
brothers Waycross, 473-2500. ltchall/1 near KeystoneHeight
lot until his retirement four visit Macclenny Baker Countyfor
Ga. and E.L. Wells of Jacksonville; and one that will ATTINTION HUH LOVERSi High' Ridge Estate. $100 *.SMO deem 161...
their
fourteen grandchildren and four ago.Survivors Include his a 730; p.m. wrap up Beautiful Florida Ruffle' deposit $130 month. EvenIngs per_Phone 4",40$1
JV
: wife season.
arandcbUdren. at 10 terns 'In 10-Inch( hanging' 2829498. Mid. or .47)..U7 offer 4 ,
p.m
great Rosa Lee Hutton Hill, Lawtey; "We'll be working on the basics..
.
services held DeWitt dleburg. tfnchg 10/18 "29 12/27 iI.
were sons and tackling that's the basket. $3 ...50 each.: ,
Hutton blocking
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Tommy
in the James FOR SALES Quality Storcraft WORK
Oct. 31 at 2 WANTED
Wednesday p.m. La., and Walter /%. name of the game" said BHS JV Home grown Call House
: Church of God with the pastor. Rev. Akins S.C.; two daughters, Mrs. was in Coach Ben Moxley. "If the line can 475-2112. Itpd 11/1 pop-up camper. Sleeps I. 2 repairs,roof repairs, barns
Melvin Drake officiating. Interment taunter FOR tlMi Two bedroom tables, stove sink built painting, room additions
bara Akins, S.C., Mrs. give us a little more time... we've got
followed in Jacksonville Memory Carlton Ft. Worth Tex; ten : the running backs." house on on. acre lot. Big refrigerator heater screen porches, etc.

Gardens at Orange Park, Fla. DeWittC. children and four great Lake Santa F. canal. S173 carpeted 2400. Keystone no (fob too small, .Mike'?

Jones Funeral Home was In chargeof children. monthly. 904-475-2233. Height 4732910. tfnchg mall repairs,

arrangements Funeral services were 501-486-5816. tfnchg 11/1 10/18 473-3997-day, or 473-2803-

2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, in the After Win 5 CARPENTER WORKS MASONRY WORK Block, after S p.m. tfnchg 8/23.
Mrs.Elizabeth Stable, It of Archer-Tanner Funeral Remodeling work kitchen brick tone.. Specializing SEWING MACHINE

Mrs Elizabeth Stables,79, residentof with Rev. Ray Williams cabinet' and trim 'In fireplace, n.w or "DUE TO DIVORCE"
Lawtey died Tuesday Oct. 30 in Reasonable rebuilt. No |lob too large' or Singer Futuro. One ofSinger's
,
Cremation followed. i dose out a season that la already sure to be their carpenter.
:, Bradford County; Hospital following a Hawthorne tonight. Thursday Nov. 1. price Call Ed D.mps.y at too mall. 'Call 4732841. finest. Does all'

brief Illness. John Lawrence Hughey.M squad has carved out a 4-1 record in *7', Including 4732477. tfnchg 11/1 tfnchg 10/25 stitches: buttonholes,'blind

Born In Trenton, N.J. where she lived John Lawrence Hughey.55 the season opener. That mark under third year GRAND OPENING We have FOR liNT Trencher com hem, monogram., eta

until moving to Lawtey four years ed on US-301 south of SUrke, highest win total ever for a Keystone JV squad. Immediate openings fort pactor cement mixer, Sold new SS89.SO. Balance.

ago, Mrs. Stables attended Grace Sunday morning Oct. 28, in Cashier' and stock clerks.' pressure washer, lawnmowers 'S194. or $13 monthly. Will

United Methodist Church Lawtey. General Hospital In Full end port-time positions tillers, other take older machine' as par

Survivors include: her husband following a brief illness. are available' for our garden, auto/ end construction tial payment. For free

John Stables Lawtey; one daughter, Born Dec. 10. 1923 in desire to be Irresistibly detlred. new downtown I Keystone tools. KEYSTONE REN- home trial and deliverytoll

Mrs. Betty Powell, Long Island, Florida Mr. Hughey moved here Robert Frost Heights store Some retail TALS. Hwy, 21 North, credit manager collect

experience helpful but w. 473-2995. TFchg 9043764467. tfn 10/18

{ will train. Apply In person FOR SALE DEER SPRINGS AMERICAN LEGION BINGO.,
Two BR 2 both., carport Highway 21 north Saturday .
'-5. Thurs., Nov. I. Eagle
only$990 down. Phone Bob
Family Discount Stores, 7 p.m. and Sunday .3
Harris, 964-5533 or
SR-21 and SR 100. Equal p.m. Public Invited tfnchg

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE Opportunity Employer 4733133.10/25. 10/18 2tpd 10/18

ttchg 11/1 FOR SALE 3BR. 2 bath new FOR SALE>Christmas ponies.

FOR RENTS 3 BR 2 bath, home, with.. fireplace, Deer I for sale or trod. Gentle

walking distance to Spring. Road. SHOO down for children. Also some

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S school Deeded access to payments under $230 horse Call .473-4811),

2 lakes Call 473-2647. month. Phone Bob Harris, Stchg 10/12 11/15

Itchg11/1 964-5533 or 4733133.
FOR SALES 12-foot 10/18 Stchg 11/1 YARD SALE Friday Sotur-

aluminum ladder Rem FOR SALE) 1973 DODGE day Sunday. Furniture:

GAINESVILLE SUN ington manual typewrlt.r.p.ur. PICKUP 3/4 ton 318 clothing Christmas Supplies

cook.r-conn.r, engine, manual, new 8 ply dishes. Corner of Orchid -
tires, 1000. S.. at Hln- and Jasmine, north of
mechanics tools Call
son's Garage or phone high school. Watch.0'-' the
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a CLASSIFIED SECTION. Itpd 473-4032 after 6 p.m.TFpd. sign. Itpd II/I



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Shop The Sun's Classified section Mid HOMI on well land- HOMEiS Bedroom 2 SERVICESCUSTOM
scaped acre lot. Located both w/expando. Utility

near center of town. Many building washing machineon MADI

) pecan shade tree Deepwell I are Water furnish DRAPERIIsFr.eestimates.

for and city water. and ed. Cut rate to good couple local

every day great shopping values. '. 2-cor sewer.garage Three .BR.hardwood 2 baths. that.would. Brooker helpn Rd.mow SR-18 5acre. washable distributors for nationally completely'

J. floors. Eat-In kitchen. 1/" mile from WS Post Of. advertised ,
.voak GardsetteDraperies.
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and screened .
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FARM HOUSE 3 Bedroom. 1
available. .
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W. S. River. 496-2241 or CLARKES SAW SHOP Complete -
vidence. Ideal I for small
4963841.
TFchg sharpening service,
3 BEDROOMS 2 bath central family or retired couple. hand circular mower
Phone 7522000.
11/1 11/8
heat/air, brick carpet. 810 blades, chain saws. Leaveat
La.LCGAl"., .:.sVcref NobywY ry .se.WI-..'1 ... W d .:: I9C:.c., = of UOrSDffiACTICAlrlJRSf N.E. 3rd St. LB. Call 2tchg. Crews Building Supply.
...", 9.WIIM.pt. _,.. 'ca. rya/n.LOI.r.ssrn._ .* live-in. .u.Hnt _flt.. 496-2776 after 4 p.m. Lake Butler. 7/3 TFN.
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... )71-_ 2tchg. 10/25 11/1. INSURANCEMAINES SEPTIC TANK AND
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Nd.d fRfIED1fAItnRM.. DNWlifRWANTED) ctd Mature MW peron lection. Call31.veer AIR HOCKEY TABLEiSears TRAP cleanouts. Trailer
rv Call. OXOK Moon.i/7 VHPCKMSI ayKMq'f a>*hftaurent.Cait day*or )7OO5eve*_ Fleetwood, excellent con INSURANCE AGENCYl roofs and metal roofs' cool

o.. 4a.nosCOUNSCLOA- Ina' ter E Yn/ow f=. I.. dition. $125. S.ar.26 Inch 160 S. Lake Ave. Lake sealed. Day or night ser

Laboratory ._...* e graduate *".- 04SUThar .... :.. .... $..-. _. rec.0 men lightweight' 3 speed Butler 4%-3978. Complete vice. Reasonable Joe For-
APPLIANCE Delivery InfttstllerMuf chemist for quality control of aoauf*< Community flonl tend aie* ftalary bike: excellent condition syth, 431-1022. All
heve ownoat end torn raw meterlel* Some experience' Load In Florida Correctlonel. commlttBlor ftend ..tem. to 'Insurance Service. TFN Iw,
carpentry enp. rience Secure helpful' but not reoulred Goodmrtwlan. between Galneftvllla' 0... P laoi. Ion Drawer A. $85. Girls 20 Inch bike EVERYONE IS INSURABLEi business' appreciated. 3/31
portion with good pev end bene benefit* and worfclna condition. end 0ta.Mater.' ._p..piu 0.'''*,,/",.. Fl. MeM good condition$23. DOZIER OR '
lit*end opportunity for edvancemenl Send In resume Including salary 3 year coun,ellng' eiiperlenceContact Immediate coverage by DRAGLINE work: I
for capeb<*.'competent/ requirement* to: Personnel : Virginia, Palmer. PO MASONSHiiperlenced 496-2490 after 5 p. 11/1 phone JOE USHERAOENCY4962126 All kinds Grading; \\t
per MOT Apply as VOVle Apoltence PO Bon 3/SS7. J.CMfonv1Ro.. M;, Lowell. FL :3M4J; Pttonaan _.". Itchg.
and electronic/ Center, 419 Fla 17m: An. Coual Owortunlty -SISl. An Equal. OpportunityAffirmative / CI. In-U.,.rterSpmoriginal or drainage clearing or fishpond 1
MW Dm AV. ,G.ln.vl11. E molo.,.. M'''. Action Employer. GARAGE SALEiThree family 496-2903.TFN: work done by contract : .
-sale' Sat. 9 a.m.5 p.m. or by the hour. Free

Toy, clothes, misc. estimates Dwight

household Items. BobbyWinninghan's LOST AND Williams 496-2968 alter 7.
residence, p.m. 8/23 TFN. -
230 N.E. 9th Ave. LB. 11/1 FOUND

;72 DODGE CftT( STATION WAGON An,4CtalvopsIons. HE, 974 4MO"mile' enflaoe condition.MeecH >> Itchg.

Very dependable ,px ,' Perfect f oI'nb4332Cr tia.500. wort*, mwo. or ...*. offer.3r407v SWEET POTATOESiS6 a HELPWANTED
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Call 374 M2ttion
1979 FOAD THU0NODERSRR1/' ,_s...A. St. W.oon -'*5 MUSt AN 3 Of llUX ff" bushel Call Elery Grlffls SWEATER, Green and white
,............ 496.3635.111 I
Midnight Blue 3O3 v. 1O,OOO Mew battery 1.4P41f con-fliion.I excellent interior Itchg.
mil.. New M.JOO Afking' .1200 Good tire. ::10 MPG .ir..,_. white bl.... aio, extra Mu*> pullover, lost between
C.II 062 j9'. /51 tang pert* '..el_. 900. Call baseball field and Handy-
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$ ALF ROMEO 19/6. 4 Cylinder 7M.OOO w9.kday$37S434/WOrkl SR.121. Call SURVEYINGiHelp needed In.
FAidtY CAR
mile*, new battery, new Way on
''* Pontiec/ Cataiina.. door. air. brake, 'M."M catteltg. 1974 INJNttRBIRD F 496-3331 ask for Pot Prultt. Lake Butler. Experience
$ '6100X1 DART u'' "kilgood' cona"i/of tpeaker* Dun*well, MSOO, Need :IS: *1753'1Neflq' for .
V b' : ; : ::: _J/S-I4AO Student *,I/M 11/1 Itchg. preferred. Call 4963101evenings. :
%"*- .-,. offer,, Call -
SlANT 6 VIS 3750944 *Vi ,/* Vi4 Don. 9 12 197$COUj>AA XR 7 11/1 Itpd. _
'7rPONT1xt5UNBTR6-- -i Immaculate condition AMFMtrack SMYDfR[ MOTORS INC
... / ?DLE r CAPRICE.1 4 crule I one owner M -
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atIC.U/atIC. NITS ,
door AonxvlMd' VW 0.
t lip"fop condition fully MPG loaded with .
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MAHF RED, AUTO ANNE X b. Ueoo Call P.m t7.101O tit'ft WI. L.K.Clly.nt Ft.
e 97. AUCTION
I 4J4 N Main&t 3/s t12J owneri7rieS' lSnln1 runar 4547)47
., 'u< or atior 5 :JQ,41 lev r _
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Including 3500 bottles, antiques, and collectibles.

glassware and antique school desks, absolute sale. Nov. 8, 9

& 10, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

ONE.E'GHr"'CAEr.'CTS ."OwNER'Je..J..rH. Preview Nov. 7, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Carnes Nursery,
9"'_. $43 07 per mo ....wNomwo40 CMfct frO Man. .
fully wooded mM ecree** I.rUV roam .Wllh MICR fir.. Highway. 100, Florahom., Fla., Putnam County.
rracS.From 53405. T u. per.. with .t In hlfcIMn ufmtvroom '
eke ft.441to
". U ft. 71 to Hltjh _'...... to ER custom ....... wooded b/. SouthEast AUCTION SERVICE announces a rare opportunity
1M |Mum tiand ftd then K>4 ow "'2._.in 9no.

T.R. J.b. CI.b. ..h o.*.l..*...air..'V,Loom built.. Open...*..to,..AM Acre Mon-ftet* Mar** to 4fts O5IKr.Ir.p14c. >eM7t.. aD'! a BPoCKIn for bottle collectors.This .

ktlcb.n. :.rp tlne. I acre 4S41W7.A0.INl'7 tram** tht* l4..NR4a0.dra 1batn collection Is a result 'of 40 of .
le collecting
toad A0. h.dft. doa p.n. MOVE ro TM6 COUNTRV contemporary home In years
99**brick Ether Rued/. *. F entity
m. ..goia4aNa' Aa00. urn )** Y bath home. 1..ecVV.fat. room ad.Sh.. country endeavors. Some antiques and other Items Included. Over
... oworiooftln. beautiful E/kMn./armas Itvino and d .... roillno
reA. 1 '.mll. room c.rtIx.l.lr. land ftanta F. Diver of room t* plenty of wlndwt for a bottles and other be
u//1/W./ fteatty 3500 glassware will sold. Bottles Include
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CUM<. MiiH EOIInt, inc M..",. vl I9W Of the IOV.5Y' WOOd.d Iof. ..
1 Yr9M....d R..5/v.//.ml.d REALTOR$31,500, R.d tern*. f CAi.TO* .,..>>27 Etl,300 250 Jim Brooks
r-nn Bvenna4( .....aw 300 Avon Beam Ezra Coca Cola, crockery I
''" cr. .11 brtclt. '.roe S UNOE. CONU-'UU'Ool FOWrH DIMENSION REALTY

_OR.c"7.bash backyard, fir.Dl.c.f.ncd.cr".'c..n Wand.:'''a.5710; ::'' ....oN Mer DpAIMS Farts)74414 REALTOR jugs, 60 cruets, banjo and violins, Wheaton com.memoratlves : i
fER%I I Hoo..Tn 6 I .h-. wen l.MK.wd.7m/.5w N' icBV-ienJor
if5.un Citlaenin
pO.k.Mar $07 900 in rat Cast 211.717) gins., Inks, ladles leg milk,:!medicines, onion. :
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/.'P' tlwn, rMl hly 555.r.n, R wood,, ..one.. ...... .d hM1.0/. LntN in vtra in -'... c,MM raw* 'On Mob. blwff ovevloolitna Also, Porter's Ale, soda blob top sodas, several hundred ,
177)ueL 3/e I77S 45UIr, 09,1..01/C 25 mln Mw; 'c"J conmHjnllv. US.- Cell IM Gulf ...01".$ *hrvf and
,. .;!'$ 'f ,. G'?1II. .._/..c.. 414-3M):!. to i irt mtr} .frul'e ". .J... S43S4.. fruit jars, bitters, black giraffe vinegars, 'and others tool I

.," '} : ';'. ,. ) numerous to mention. Glassware Includes royal ruby

."< 1J'. .$ cranberry, carnival Steubenville china Selbrla with 22 carat :

c:," .1 gold trim, lampshades, Coofus depression Insulators .
Bedroom %ul..*.wh IK. dreer 7 -,.....ch*.t o* draw*", t ..M Mlwhcahcll..... emerald etched; McCoy, Hull Shawnee pottery. Cut cobalt:
lW\ r ere. Mph)1 .d$ W/I bud, UO* t39aHI
'it \,, n.ootab327 tU3.N.. Sty., InU..1I c.oANce:'dr...... oJ.. blue and many other collectibles.
f.' fKWOOO .. ..11. _) 'U.s *IO fo *20*
"" JI'I."'. Miscellaneous leather ..ewlng''machln.; .. nail kegs
lack-la** ofc ,
.. ;.' WAT.Flet: _.'." toP fJallvered .. order A*D'r.".'-_..... 'UNO..m..O* .. boa ,
'I' pr.on.. V. "el. Y$. r.... _,.. fireplace tools and accessories. back furniture
er.y.-.U5u.c..aH' 0L eo.d.ndltMn 5175. cane
,
52 AS0. .
copper
'f'.' ArChs5. Rd lot ,-.191) .. ..... :M524OYnr/- :I'.U''

I-. !bate!!!:"'2nd! oo houw lo *.on..rl*.tr#..* S,.. /urn 1 CM.pw.W.N 11.1''('..0 QU 4.m.$40 E& N ..,I'.... 510 LAWHMOWE., k//clNn 5.050.12'. .04'0.. 7 f.'w'.;;;;; items, picture frames, Charlie Weaver toy, cuckoo ciockLold \\i

.. VAMAMA t* 418 lHIf ESUE I.. _-.)/._. a UWd ma/NONO4 Y for a01h. 1 tools and viewer duck
.'If' atf/channl. L'''. Mrw, p0JidYl4ia SLIbr6Si'1': E/mm9n5 b0u ..r..... III. camera stereoptic decoys, earl) t
&.c.,_ condition Still under ..... O.rk .m. ..j' 377 :Tar b.hYeM 1 i \
l' w 5
lath b. Irons stacked bookcase tables mission oak table
", ,' .warranty .129nooao' n.w. hand eroll_. .. ...oc.. NIKON '-II N ueaSIty 60 piece
.r' cti' crwore".v'i ,.... ..... \
P AV"'N" |>ie> 4k I v< $700. J..nlOl Ui.nm J t .U5. n.an.'no -
t unl**. V .sfltttn .hll4fR J ijlt..rbm '''DP''. M....31'110ol.: t$50It.D barbed wire, 25 school desks 1887, and numerous oth.
"J- $400 J'7 4145. .. V ;:...... e...". $500: b.dd.270. MATCMIMO SO. ChairAN 41OT
It u ", 'Mi. ...,.;... ..... .j"vJl" Llvna room >..*... 4 piece. $JO, wall,., IAl p'.k WOO KlnvMM .....- treasures. -
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1 0eII __.. : Cou.o. chair recliner pftomaoeo beer.1N 510 All IISO' a11U.... w1lh Fem..YO C.113J5 A/l
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'tj?h 35 color. Cntmcorarv Inquiries welcomed: Phone 813/294-1772.
-.oUlu cuo communMn M Mae. .*fJire. *..MO cats 252450$. l'
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t ttxnev't SouthEast Auction Service 254 West Central) Arcade -
:;"" Interested in placing a classified? Bldg.

Winter Haven, Fla. 33890 Colonel Kenneth W. Nlms and Colonel .

Call 1-372-4222 Phil E. Riner.


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FOR SALE .... -' : .. ':,-" '-" "J" -.. -.: .' -,;' 'JI' .[ .a: ; .'411.l'.J.." --rr vlll D P Net ...-Mill. ler. errersLiMfieit ... ;

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Hit t59*:>5. Ml. $319.93. FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED HOMES CARS lattd brought.tit le the net..typed..la. !
8.12:Tftl $399.93. sale .IIL
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f34 .YS. Phone 1.77.-3271 1971 MODEL CESSNA 1M GIRLS MCVCUi 10 speed SEVERAL 'ITIMSi IS 30 LIMfROCXi 20 yd M 1 FOR SALEMOBILE TRUCKS

J... TF"( CefmiMten 3500 hrt. n airframe 24". Real good condition. obove ground load only ALLEN ,I. GOOD I'tIICII PAID for used .
swimmingpod ,
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FENCING All kind, hog ; 1873 hr*. TT engine) $40. Phone 473-4646, with 8 h.deck; 3/4 hp TAYLOR Lawtey. Phone mobile ,home*'It mortgage We TOtlNOi 4 door, V8, FOR RENT .
wire...welded wire. barbwire 75 hr*. SMOH Chrome K yston. Hi*., Itpd 11/1. and filter; pool need m- ln. TFchg '. .Is 3/4 paid or_.()UN'I HOMES Why pay AC good condition. $2300.
; 'Wood chain link: cylinder. Ho 300 NAV. TRENCH COAT Ladle full liner $230. Also 69.000 MOBILE HOME'' SALES more? Buy direct from factory Phone 964-7769. Itchg
free .estimate*. MANNING COMM. Ha full commuter lengthother.' alp out lining BTU; PERFECTION OIL 9644606. Open 7 day large. election of 24 11/1. ,,ALMS.APARTMENTS Furinlshed
FENCE CO.. 4734822. equipment. See at chocolate brown. alto HEATER with wall thanmatot HELPWANTED T' 'weekly, TFchg 14. 12 wide COMMUNITY 1964 CHEVROLET Ml. AIRES effklencle* and 1

Key.OM. TFchgWHISPERING Keystone Ht.. Airport. :20. Used on* season excellent 011 tank and lines. WANTED'Mobile home ax- MOBILE HOMES SALES US AT $300. Phone ....8633. IR apt., weekly or mon
PINES ESTATES N-16690. Phone Bob lappe, condition. $75. $129. Call 9644398 batween ": let. and tire. Will pick up. 301 North. Open 9 to duk. llchgll/l. thly. NEW FURNISHED
.
West of Stark on SR 229. 473-4373. 10/29 2tcha Phone 964-9921 after 9 B and 9 Itpd OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 1 to 6 Sunday. Phone 197 OOOGI PtCXUPi 4 WO STUDIOS monthly only. I
Only,' '0' lot. remaining. 1 13 ACM FARMi with "how** p.m. All day Saturday I FAMILY YARD a.m. EARN EXTRA CHRISTMAS SALES. 964-9606. Open 7 964-8741. TFchg only 14,000 mile. .. Needs 2313 N. Temple, Sta"' .. 1
IALI.November .
I* 1.69 acre priced $2.730 trailer on land. Ten pecan 11/1 2tpd 11/8. MONFYi with Trl-Ch.m. day a week. TFchg THREE BEDROOM IV* both some work on one *ld* of TFchg
3, 4.
to .$ ;3"5. Own.r will tree Phon. 96/-1071. I Clothing Phone> 782-3394. P.O. Box body. 3600. Phone KITCHENETTES On. BR
YARD
FAMILY BALE Nov. brick home, utility/car-
finance. 10 pet down 912'pcl.lnt.r..t 10/4 TFchg. practically new. Saturday 9 2. lawtey '10. 32058. Itpd CASH FOR COINS. Gald..1I".r. 964-9989. 11/1 atchfl 11/'. apartment, pool ,V. AC,
3 One day only. 9 to 3p.m. a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday 1p.m. 11/1. sterling, dental port near Stark Country 1973' MONTSOOl 391. AT. utilities, Included. Totallyfurnished. ,
to 10 TWO ITIMIi Coca Cola !
up 128 N. Church St. to S 615 FrancisSt. gold.GP Club.Wall kept!lawn.Ideal AC AM/FM I track. $1200. ,
p.m. crap (ewelry. optical Weekly mon
year. AAcMeekln Lond Machine 3 election. $75. Clothing for children |lr $II FOR VOURSfeLP local far couple or Phone after
., Stark. Itpd 11/1. frame etc. J... Bullbtcton young 782-3142 S thly rate. TEMPLE MOTEL
Developer, Rt. 2, Bon 344, CATTLE HEAD SHOOT $75. Distributor' or*
Amwoy
ladle large m.n: disks .." COACHMAN DELUXE 964-6290 after 9.30: retires.. Immaculate, p.m. "chg 11/1. 110 N. T.mpl. Ave.
Hawthorn., Flo. Phon. Phon. 782-3737 extra Income. We
enjoy Ing
or furniture toy, hardwood almost n.w. 30000.
travel trailer. Park model, p.m. TFchg. Starke. Phone 9647357.
"( .2063. 10/18 4tpd 11/8 7823857. 10/29 2tchg 11/1 door and much mor.. AC tip out room, excellent how you how. Phone for Phone 964.3796 or 9/20 TFchg.
HAVt Bdhla or Alula con.tlnuolly'eutting iriO" TRI-HUU with trailer Intervt1455.. 10/29
Itpd 11/1. WANTED.C."toct with 964-7090 Marvin Brown.
condition. Can be seen at MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
.
for field or 40 HP Evlnrude $690. ... 3tchg 11/1. other PERSONAL
SOFA and swivel chair KOA Kampground. Stark. organic gardener TFchg HOME PARK mobile home
barrr.tale' From 79 pr Phone 782-3142 after S by Marshall. Blue/Whit 11/1 2tchg11/B. HAIRDRESSERS WANTED Phon.96 -1473. tpd 11/I. 4OM1 IN COUNTRY on erne and pace. for runt Phone
bole :up], according to p.m.khg 11/1. fabric excellent condition. SEVERAL ITEMS TV onten- Immediate positions acre of land located oH SR SERVICES 4682912. TFchg
quality; lorry LoFolI.,... SEVERAL ITEMSt GE electric $200 for both. Price firm no. heater stove all drum available In Starke' new BOOKKEEPING'o* TYPINGIn 100. 2 mil.* out of city TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY.
Stark. 964-6273. TFchg. stove $30; 290 gallon IPgo AlSO. Small couch and and stand, couch dining modem salon. Cllentell.!! my horn. Reasonable limit. House to. frame, 3BR. BILL'S SAW SHOP Completesharpening room efficiency and also ..
SKI BOATS 16 It. llbergloss. tank with regulator preferred. All applicant rate. Phone 964-6474 Weekly
chair well pad $39 for room suite, chair garden Sendresume 2 bath, carport. large .rvk. circular sleeping rooms. or
73 boat 74 Mercury 69 HP $230: 1964 FORO Galaxy both. Phone 964-6488 after hose, lawnmower will be Interviewed. eve. eft.6 p.m. Mondaythru front porch with utility hand carbide monthly. Come to Under
engine,' 'bator-tllt, trailer run. $300. Phone 964-6366 6 p.m. Itpd 11/1. miscellaneous to Nu Wave. c/a Wed., and Friday: buildings. Washer/dryer, chain mower blade hollow wood Motel, 3Vk mile
'oola. Robert Harris, P. O. Bon
$1.300. Call 964-9764 after 5 11/1. 6-6:43 Thursday 11/1 ground and balanced. North of Starke on US 301.
day p.m. Itchg FIBERGLASS. BOAT '14 ft.. 35 chicken wire fence post 412, Starke, Flo. 32091. rang and refrigerator con .
after 8 00 USED CAMPER TOPl 4tchg 11/22. Leave at Jackson Building TFchg.
$190.
or 431-1640 : p.m. hp M.rcury with electric chicken tacks, other Item. 10/251tpd 11/19 be Included Phone
TFpd< Can be at HI-Lo Store Supply Stark or Keystone FURNISHED THREE
seen
tart, live well cpy.trall.r. J.D. Murphy GrIHl loop 964-6034. 10/18 4tpd 11/8
CHAIN LINK FENCB comer 16 and 121, Ralfonl.Phone"I.020.11112tchg. extra*. $979. Hts. TFchgALCOHOLICS BEDROOM cottage on
next to Morris Lee. Had STUCCO BLOCK HOUSE
ANONY.
material; .Do. Installation It younelfaner" 11/8. Phone 964-8483 Itpd 11/1. YARD SALT Thursday Frt- R.N. L.P.N.: Tim. for.a change Tiredof large fireplace, beamed MOUS Adult Crystal, no Lake pet. $239 CH/A.mon

la" MOVING 30 year ac. day Saturday. 3V4 mile spending your cash for gasT BRADFORD ailing living room 30x27,3 Phone 964-9148 or 96/-65/2. thly. Phone 113.3361.10IS .
available.: Free estimate YARD SALts 527 N.
*. Cherry
cumulation I Priced to tell.
Norm of Starke on US 301 washroom
BR 2' baths, large TFchg TFchg
HandyMan F.nc. Co St. Friday Only, ttchglt/l. Old books mogailnes. pictures ,...,. n 11 COUNTY HOSPITAL U searching for plus large. utility REMODELING BUILDING NICELY FURNISHED on. .
964-8559.: TFchgWATSON1' YARD SALE Friday and dolls, clothe from INAPPED tORNI $110 ton nurse who core' to help us grow. Contact building with acreage. REPAIRS. New kitchens, bedroom duplex Private

HOUSI Of Saturday. 9 a.m. until. the 90*, vase., dishes, plus bags. Wainwright Dlr.ctor of Nur..., Bradford County Hospltol.stark. Phone 9646734. Itchg bath*, family room. Brick yard and drive Ga,
VACUUMS. Many brand Bethel Church Road. linen, cheat of draw.n.orchid Farm SR 16. 2 mil..lost ofStork. .. Phon. 9646000. 11/1 Itchg. 11/1. block concrete. Fireplace light, water furnished. Inquire
of n.w vacuum Used Follow signs. Itchg 11/1. book., flower arranging .. Phone 964-7839. 10 M MOULD HOME], All specialists.: Grlffl Con at 603 E. Washington
machine available. Part 16 fT. BOAT with running material, drift 11/1 3tchg 11/13. 'Insulation and panel -. Phone 473-3108 Ave. 10/25 TFchg.
and accessories for all llohts and controls $59 or wood. egg .hell* prepared 11III-' .- -41 new ing. Hew wiring and plumbing or 473-2378. TFchg ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED

vacuum' systems. 404 NW bast off.r. Phone 964-7262 for .gg art, Stauffer exerciser two AC. Reasonable.Phone apartment upstairs
THE MOWER
CLINIC- Small
I 10lh 'Ave.. Gainesville. evening*. Itchg 11/1., color TV need adustment. 964-3976. 11/1 utilities Included. Phone
phone.376-71 10. TFchg GARAGE SALEi Friday and ( October 39 thru engine!lawn and all type Including of 964-8429 after 5 p.m. Itpd
TFchg.LOSTFOUND mower repaired
IBAHIA NAY Argentina Saturday Nov. 2. 3. Phon. Nov. 3. 203 Christian St.. Now Is The reborlng. Work 11/1. .
highly fertilised. Phon. 7823978. Itchg 11/1. Starke. Itpd 11/1. done reasonably Henry SMALL FURNISHED HOUSSl. "
Adult only. No pet. (
9646071. TFchg.BRICABRAC AIR CONDITIONER. 18.000 YARD SALE, 9 families; Browder 964-9760. 6/21
( SHOP Just btu. $50. 9647769. goodies for all. Come hop tfchg. Phon. 964-6392. I I/I ; .'

opening. Hwy 21 North of Itchg 111.COACHMAN. and ..".. Saturday. Nov. BIRCKt IPM Pest Control. TFchg.
HOUSE FOR RENT $150
Keystone. Hts. Ceramics TRAVEL 3. 9 to 4 p.m. 209 E. Adklns FOUND Black and tan Services of .... The March month.On Adklns Street. ., '
plaque*, dolls, Indian TRAILER 35 ft.. Highland St., Starke. Itpd 11/1. TimeAFFORDABLE hound. Phon. 4734439. I I. On To Rid Your Home of Phone John. 961.810or .'
Jewelry; ,. other Items, Park model. AC gal furnace SEVERAL ITEMS 67 i /10/11 tpd 111 Nuisance Pests, Call 9649092. Itpd 11/1.
: Phone 473-7042. 7/26 go rang., electric Yellowstone camper 18 ft. LOST WHITE DOG part 9645534.21 TFN
( TFchg refrlg., full lie double self contained 1650. Spits named T.J.Crawford ONE BR APARTMENT heat I
with Rd.. Lowf.y. Phone t IIWINO MACHINES air carpet. Also office
VO ITEMSt GE stove bed. full bath excellent 1973 YAMAHA 7.90 cc.
In .. 782-3746. 11/1 2tchg 11/1. REPAIRED, All makes space either 1 room or 4;
elf-cleaning oven exicellent condition $ .200. Phone rebuilt engine. $679; 1976
condition $325. 964-8704. 11/1 TFchg SUZUKI Ilk. new, 350 actual Or Build cleaned oiled and ad- heat air carpet. Phone
HIRLPOOL WESTERN SADOLEi Excellent miles, $425. Phone o Buy |wtd. $10. Work 964-5065 or 964-5142.

REFRIGERATOR ...If.d.fro.tlag. condition. $75. Phon. 964-6263 a.m.. or 964.8417 MPyv guaranteed. James llchg 11/1
with Icemaker 964-8704. 11/1 Strickland corner Morgan
TFchg. for
p m. appointment to
!rv Rd. and Hwy ... TFchg
19.1 cu- ft.. $330. Phon. ANTIQUE OAK DRESSER: see, Itpd 11/1. MARY KAYCOSMETICS
1964.5850. Jtpd 11/1. $125. Phon. 9648182.
fed buy direct Itchg 11,. SEWING MACHINE I OFFICE MACHINE REPAIR ,_
,01K grain "DUI TO DlVORca"Slnll.r
andwropp.d YARD SALE Saturday Nov. Phone 9646502. Starke Louise .
from farm, killed cut Future, On. of Starling 1Ev.nings
3 from 9 to 4 p.m. Five pickup and delivery. 9/20
centspounddressed
70
; Singer fin..'. Does all Itpd 118.BRADFORD. 4733092Keystone
Oak th.
near Country
( weight Phone .
stitches buttonholes blind 'C-
: SEPTIC TANK Height t
1 782-3635; Itpd 11/1. YORKSHIRE Club. Itchg TERRIER 11/1. 2 year hems, monogram., .tc. SERVICE Bradford ,..lden.tlal .

Sold new 58950. Balance pump-outs, $49. Commercial
I4> old mol.011 shots $129. o$13/month. and Industrial' Fully TELEPHONESOLICITORS 1 I {
StereosPhone $191 WIII, ,. ,11n
.. Phon. 473.3486 &' "4 30 '" :l. "
J -, -take older' machine{ oT partial licensed Phone
Itchg II1.NIPIIOERATO11
p.m.
Needles
Whit. payment. For free 964-8121. TFchg

Records Tapes porcelain' Frlgldalre, good home trial and delivery Il I FINE FURNITURE REFINISHED. .
call collect
credit Part TimeWorking
hope, $50. Phone manager Under antiques .tc. The ReNewIt .
USED TVSCase 782-3932. Hchg111.REGISTEIt. 904-376-4467. 10/18 Payments Shop. 468-2233,8-9. Hours

.tnIVesDahmcr's Reasonable rates, pickup Monday thru Friday

VACUUM SALEOVERSTOCKED $25000 and delivery 10/29 2tchg 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Month CARS&TRUCKS 11/1.
GAS AND OIL I EXPERIENCED MOTHER will
babysit In her home any Phone 964.5165

Inc. SOl S. TtoiBMM St.t64nu 20% OFF For Those Who QualifyV.A. age, Monday thru, Friday hour. 8.30:: a.m. to 5 p.m.

Itt PLYMOUTH STATION $30 weekly or $1.30
964-7923 NEW-USED WAGON. Mechanically ly. Phon. Susan 96 .5693,
110 E. Call St. LP Bottles REBUILT KIRBYS sound. S350. Phone Grllfls Loop. 10/29 2tchg FLORIDA TIMES UNION
A No Money Down 964-a034. 10/18 .4tpd 11/. 11/1.

MOBILB.MOMISIMVICI Motor Homes FilledWanbsua HOOVERS/EUREKAS f7J FORD PICKUP FIDO
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CIHS RUN (I.. mil..) OVS RUN ((2 mllaitPlocaRunnarGradaTlina' ) the downfield
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for the University of Florida-Auburn football game. Club Is to hear Tony Griffith a former Bradford High assis- ? ,
Plans are to leave from the Garden Restaurant at 5 a.m. tant football coach and now an assistant athletic trainer at !
Saturday morning for the 1:30: p.m. game and arrive back UF. Kopelousos said Griffith will bring along a game film ), ;1' \ ,,
and UF defensive end Yancey Sutton may also come for toe c ,
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season against the Baker County team," said Coach Malachi Henry. CamplotaSalopian. i> ):
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Tuesday night at 7 p.m. ing back-noseguard Curtis Jones who .....Iectlon of From The .t I
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Starke Men's scoring. Jones then scored on a one enough to push the Bucs past the
yard keeper and Henderson put the Steelers Wednesday. We Can Print The Job You Need
Flag FootballMac's final Miner points on the board with a Cowboys:33.Rams 28 (Wed) When You Need It.

Music Shop ((5-0)) crushed the 25 yard field goal. Mitch Gray scampered for
Ruffriders 70-0 and Kitchen's Tile- Bill Jackson Fermon Jones and touchdowns of 38.20, and 21 yards and
Sonny's Real Pit ((6-0)) escaped with a Chris Roberts played excellent Ed Douglas scored on a 25 yard sprint We Offer I .
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39-33 overtime win over the Sharks win as the Cowboys nipped the Rams ,
Sunday-setting up a showdown for while Anthony George Graylon 3328. .
Jones and Robert Webb were praisedfor :: : i. ; .
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A Milton 10 yard Baker pass from in Randall the tiebreaker McGeeto Starke Youth k Mitch; Gray Bucs tossed win. a 15 yard scoring u ......... .....__. .._ ro........ .... .. ..........,..... ro..,.....'.. ..... ,......,... ......,:._... ..,:.... roo ", .tV..IMw.I... ....__._:];

gave Kitchen's Tile-Sonny's Barbeque Flag Football pass to Ed Douglas and MarciaBanco
a 39-33 decision over the stubborn ran for a score from eight C o Forms x'* $ -ci
\ Sharks last week. Last week's play: yards out for the losers. ,
; McGee had already thrown two 9-12 League I
Rams 13-Steelers 20 (Mon)
\ short TD passes to Gene Melvin, an Oilers 28.Patriots 0 (Tue) Scott Duncan was the Ram offense,
;" k eight yarder to Baker a 14 yarder to Alvin James scored on a 30 yard run scoring five times on runs of 41,40,30, o Envelopes ') "'I' ,:':' r"'. ,NCR Carbonless
Wayne Testone, and caught a 35 yard and turned a 10 yard pass from Rob 16, and seven yards. ,' ,
scoring strike from Johnny Powell. bie Spitze into a 40 yard touchdown James Qulette's TD scampers of 22 ." !, Forms
The Sharks scoring came on a six play to lead the Oilers to victory. and 20 yards and Donnie Francis' run Letterheads ". : 'f" .
yard run by Greg Haile. a three yard Spitze added a score on a 20 yard of 31 stripes accounted for the "
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pass from Haile to Jeremiah Johnson punt return and Richie O'Steen Steelers points Advertisement'On
a toss from Haile scored from out for the .
seven yard to eight yards ,
Johnny Nichols, a 30 yarder from winners. 13-16 League o Sales Receipts' Newsprints' t
'I Haile to Benny Hudson and a 70 yard Seahawks M.Bengal. IX (Tue) Hawks 4'-Gaters47 (Tue) ,

bomb from Gordon to Donnie Burch. Mike Chappell scored three times Junior end of Schoening TD was on the receiving ....... u..... ... ....... ..... ....,.. .... "'LI'O_" ........-... ..... ..... "'-"" ...,.. roo ...._
LWCI 31.'BeeUea 2S twice on passes from Allan Hall andon tosses of 22, 18. and nine
In another overtime game a five an eight yard run. to lead the yards from Chuck Johnson and 10 % '
J"" yard touchdown pass from Jerome Seahawks past the Bengals. scored the winning two point conversion .: OFF All Your Printing Needs
Howell to Micheal Scott in the Jason Huggins scored on a five yard on a run as the Hawks outrallied ,', ,, '
t" tiebreaker pushed LWCI past the run and Robbie McRae hit paydirt the Gators. i i ""
i Click Beetles. from 12 yards out to complete the win- Johnson also scored twice on a 42 During The Month Of :November,

Howell had already scored on runs ner's scoring. yard kickoff return and a four,yard I ,r ., ,
of and four Robert 13 yard run and 20 burst, while Donnie Portia capped thewinner's r .....,.... .... .... ....... .. *+ f' '"
," 55 yards and J.W. Wright Taylor's to ro.-- u to ._u ..... ._..... ...,..... ..... ._._ i ** added scores on interception retutrnsof yard pass to Jimmy Wilson gave the' scoring with runs of 2$ and .. JV, ...-.
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Tom Paladino threw Oilers 20. (Thur) was Gators'ringleader :
30
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on runs 42 '
Jackson Prevatt and 25 yards to John Alvin James scored touchdowns on ;: '
Ramsey for the CB's first scores. In runs of 33 and 10 yards and Rob Spitze 18 yards, throwing scoring pass of 22 : Your Prices. '
i the second half Jim Lewis hit Dennis hooked up with receiver Chad Mullins and 12 yards toi Jimmy Screening and : Compare Printing ,
Crawford for a 15 yard TD pass and for a seven yard TD pass as the OUers Kevin fulfils, and taking the ball the ., F. 1' \ "
Ronnie Thomas last 33 yatdS'on'a 41'yard TD pass : i dV Y (!i Y.j
interecepted beat the Bengals. '
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(No details available on Seahawks.Patriots Thr) yard pass Kevin Johns),'and ." ,
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Mac's-Ruffriders on a 38 yard kick .
game.) Mike Chappel found the endzone on return. ,. :
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,!; Bantam Union County Football yard Hall pass also from to scored an Allan easy on win.Hall a 27 to yard lead run theSeahawka Women's Starke'Rec.Tennis .' ,, .',:.:;.: :',; .:,.':r... : W.fll Coat It!II!; ,." !. :;:;.:/;) ,

I The Occidental Miners of Union and Robbie McRae got the final scoreon Last week's scores; (.r'"

County topped the Lake City Athletic a 10 yard run. Ella Cooney defeated Darlene Data 2,5 % :
f Animals 18-8 Saturday, Oct. 27, in 8-0, Marie Wynn def. Sylvia Tatum OFF On All Register Forms Ordered;
: Lake City.Claude 6-8 League 8-1,Loretta. Ross def.Colleen Pike 1-0. : :.1 r; ,
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"Pee Wee" Henderson Gwen Gray def. Cathy Billiard 1-0. ,' ? *
scored on a 55 yard pass play from Bees 0.8to 9er.*. (Wed) Phyllis Huggins def. WUma Poore 1-0. \ ,, During November ., ,, cr
TonyJones to open the local teams Mark Strickland's six yard run was Kandy Costello ,won forfeit Donna ''j j "f'.' k'i: 1'If;' ;,, ,')' iytfr'! ; < ,' ; '6 : 'r. ? : I a '
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2nd rowl) Kenny Clark Kenny Etherldge. Kevin Reddish, Danny,Nugent. Johnny Bell Martin /
,Of Starke And Fans lleraey.Jay GrlffU,John Bennett.3rd .
rows Erie Carroll Junior Schoening Bill Goodge Dwayne Strickland. David Sparks, Mike BUS Coach David Ilanl II
Tetton. Crlffl,Mike Jordan,
Of The Tornadoes Ricky Kenny Thomaisen. Kenny Ma ey.
4th rowi Doyce Grlfflg, Ricky Sullivan Jimmy Wright Frank Swindell. Daryl Thornton.Mark
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SCHEDULE 'OF EVENTS
Donated A Portionf i .
Tornado Whirl HomecomingFriday
) The Advertising Cost -November 2,1979
rQLigg1y for Values at Thursday,Nov.1,179 I. School Color Day/Spirit DayParadeAll students wear scarlet and gray.
To The BHS Cheerleaders will select the two students that best display the school colors and
Wiggly spirit and they will receive a free ticket to the game.
Athletic Program. 1. Sock Day'Sock It to the Knights 2. 11:30: a.m. Float Drivers Drivers pick up floats at the fair grounds.
Day"-Cheerleaders will judge and the 3.12:15: p.m. -Float chairmen and all students riding on the floats report to the
wearer of the wildest I looking socks floats in the BHS Parking Lot at 12:15.: Please note,your permission blank must
GO- B\G\ 'gEt 1 will receive a free ticket to the game.be signed by your parent if you are to participate in the parade. .
2. Tornado WhlrI-7:>>BIIS Stadium- 4. 12:20: p.m.-All band members,majorettes,flag corps,report to the band hall. J
All participants must be present by Cheerleaders report to C. Thomas. J
8:30: p.m. S. 12:30: p.m.AU floats must be In parade line up. Mr. G. Alvarez and R. Andrews ;
at the Fair in charge.) !
3. NO Float Preparation I :
Grounds. 8.1:00p: .m. Dismiss all students for the parade. I
7.1:10: Parade begins on Hwy 301 heading South from Washington St.
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MOSLEY TIRE CO. 1. 7:50: p.m..Introduction of Sr. Football Players.
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2. 8:00: p.m. Kickoff
3. Ten minutes before halftime Homecoming court and escorts report to the
1913 n. Ave. West side of the field at the 40 yard line. Presentation during halftime. Ms.\ A.
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