Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01731
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01731
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; .,' It rained on our parade....
'/ Before the 1979 Bradford High homecoming: parade had goo tatf a mile the
.. # r'rbk' rain fell in sheets. The parade went on, but the naretully) ooffted farm! i.ttoft
1, pretty young ladies were drenched. Band uniform drew tighter. and tighter If tf ,
t the welting, so that the band was unable to perform! Friday ....... Buttfte '> .
J Vanguard High School band played for BHS at halftime when Homecoming t t,,' \",."1
IJ i Queen Virginia Crawford and her court were POH! ted.
i' The field was a muddy mesa, but the Tornado eleven won over the Vanguard I
Knights M-8, so everything turned out alright, if you discount the ruined dresses .;.4
and shrunk band uniforms.
.1',' Pretty Virginia Crawford 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Neil Crawford of
I Raiford Road west of Starke, was crowned: 1979 homecoming queen at Tornado"
Whirl last Thursday night. Members' of her court arc Cindy Lawson daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of Brownlee Road just west of Starke; Terri Be-
ment the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Dement. Jr. of Starke; Vivian BelL

daugther of Rev. and Mrs. Freddie Bell of Lawtey and Janine WilUngham "..::1'
daughter of Mrs. Mary S. WUlingham of Brooker. ;
Float winner was the Junior Class The sophomore float was second: and the 1
freshman float third. Judges were Col. Harry Hatches Carl Clark, and Jimmy :

J The Sophomore Class won the skit competition at Tornado Whirl with a spoof -:.
"' on "The Dating Game." The seniors were second: and the freshmen third. ,

r T Judges were Buddy Paterson. Myrna Lou Rahn and Cheryl Godwin. .
;; : "Everything went fine until the rain but we won the ballgame and that put a 1 ,
,', smile on our faces.; said Charles Thomas BItS assistant principal who was In i
charge of homecoming activities. It was probably the busiest week of the year ,
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;rt'II Thomas pointed out that many parents like the Neil Crawfords, school board ;.
member J.T. Parriah, and the George G1anova'sput; in many hours working on :, \
the floats and skits. The freshman float was built at the Neil Crawford home. -)

One daughter Diana Is a sophomore princess and yes, daughter VIl'llnla.ls *. ''f.
the homecoming queen.
Golly man.It was great! Those parents were there working and not showing .
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All charges against Tomasovitchwere his application, which (is the only one
'>' Suspended police officer George withdrawn filed after the position was recently ,
'. Tomasovitch, who was to have a hear A hearing had been scheduled to vacated by Leonard Jones over finan- ;'r.

ing at the regular Tuesday night determine if Tomasovitch should be cial problems. '
Starke commission meeting sent a fired for abusing sick leave policy. Keystone Mayor Charles Head explained r v
letter of resignation effective tomorrow Tomasovitch absent from work that nothing can be done yet
(Fri., Nov. 9) which, was was until the position is advertised which
for 14 days Sept. 1226.
unanimously accepted by commis Police Chief Jimmy Bowen had filed he said could take quite some time. ,
sioners.vpr. an affidavit charging that Tomasovitch in the mean time,will
Tomasovitch had been on sick leave be working with Liberty National a
for 14 days during which time he had life insurance firm. Tomasovitch was
Siww itricrSaturday. been seen engaged in other activities hired last week by the Liberty National
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to assume his duties. The affidavit put on their payroll Monday,
I. also charged that Tomasovitch was Nor 5, according to the manager at Do>> w* n.'a 10 anything/ mor>
' unable to produce a written medical Liberty National.
!: excuse for his absence which.was in Chief Bowen said he has no hard
violation of sick leave policy feelings but he is glad the matter is County Declared Disaster Area ;

A special meeting had been called over. .
Oct. 30 at which time Tomasovitchwas 'I'll do what I can for him, Bowen
said, adding that he will write a letter
to have his hearing however the
him ;had not been of recommendation if Tomasovitch LoansBradford
J charges read before against the commission and the requests one. Bowen said all the Farmers Eligible for Emergency '
charges will be removed from
hearing could not take place. According -
'rat+ to city Code, a city employee Tomasovitch's personnel file.Tomasovitch Hoobler assistant county disaster area was started by Warren :; fl
charged with wrongdoing must be and Bowen have been 'farmers are eligible for Gainesville office of Carver, head of the county {|
in the
since the grand I Investigation -, supervisor#
the charges feuding jury from the Farmers
given five days are emergency loans and Loan Office Agriculture and Stabilization office.
which FHA Emergency
"spread upon the minutes" to obtain in March in Bowen Home Administration for relief from in of the Brad- Carver Is chairman of the county
Bill Hart, are charge
legal counsel.Tomasovitch was at the was. charged with. 11 misdemeanor damages and losses caused by excessive USDA Emergency Board which also
; y. with his Harris counts and one count of perjury and flooding between ford loan program.An includes
r ML' Nov. 10 Oct. 30 meeting attorney all rain interest rate of percent is County Agent Bobby Taylor
Tobin, but Tobin said he was un- Bowen was acquitted on charges. Sept 6-27. the established eligibility and Soil Conservationist Frank '
CHICKEN AND RICE prepared to defend his client at that Tomasovitch had been the department's .Farmers and ranchers in Bradford available for on decision Turner.
time. Tobin later withdrew from the investigator at Bowen's' request County who sustained production or amount any emergency actual production After some area farmers contacted
DINNER/LUNCH the after October 1. 1m on
and had also testified in
of the
case. physical losses as a Hoobler Carver, that :3-member board met
9:30 Til 1 Tomasovitch stated in his letter of grand Jury investigation: severe weather may be eligible to and physical losses three and filled out a Damage Assessment .
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to Oct. a per.
US :30 f South Acro.t Hwy. resignation dated Nov. 2 that he Bowen later took Tomasovitch off receive an emergency loan from says Prior available. Report. Damages totaling 155,000

from Community Suit. Bank would resign contingent upon receipt the investigation of the police depart- Farmers Home Administration according cent loan was loans will an (interest over 200 acres of farm. land was
Adult "2" of his paycheck on Nov. 9, two weeks ment for no immediate reason, according to FHA State Director Operating carry and real reported to FHA.
CHI/d/ ,." "dwiaBtntlllt 't" to Tomasovitch.In rate of 10 percent
vacation pay as well as retirementpay. Michael R. Hightower. Applicationfor loan 10.5 Hoobler said. Damage was done to fall
estate percent.
: Starlit SI.". Senior/ Boys He said he was seeking other July Tomasovitch was suspended a loan may be made through the loans are available only if vegetables, mostly collards. but some
Softball Turn employment and felt It necessary to without pay for insubordinationover FHA Gainesville county office locatedat the Operating farmer has been approved for an squash peas cucumbers and all
resign.Tomasovitch. an Incident that began with a cup Executive Building, 412 NE 16th loan. kinds of greens which had just been
I said he resigned of coffee. Tomasovitch was asked but Avenue. Gainesville, FL 32602 before emergency planted, Carver said. '
is determined by a
OVAL CEMETERY CLEANING because he wanted to get the whole refused to sign a written reprimandfor the close of business July 22, 1980 for Loan eligibility committee of three including Rainfall averaged 13.5 Inches In the'
Com Early Bring Tool/ mess over with. He said his attorney. not checking out with the department physical losses and October 22. 1980 4-county R.C. Simmons of Bradford three-week period from Sept. 8-27 and
did not recommend that when he went to the Holiday Inn for losses. of the received
Rod Smith production The committee meets onceper some parts county as' I
to have a cup of coffee (he was on foot Individual examination will be County. much
Monday. No,. 12 he resign.Tomasovitch month with FHA officials as 16 Inches in a two-week
at the time). He then I
patrol was
has filed an application made of each 'application to determine have to period. Carver said.
not necessarily
Members do
BRADFORD COUNTY ...:, to be chief of police in Keystone charged with insubordination. the type of emergency loan I II
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Tomasovitch was Aug. 'the la ag ))1Iky i
SCHOOLBOARD'Sp.cul Heights. No action has been taken on benefits for which applicant Action In_ have Bradford declared a ..' .<. !
after former MayorCommissionerJoseph ------ '
eligible. Farm emergency loans may "
Htfiing 7 P.M. Warren threw out the charges include funds to repair or restore l
', and ordered that the police officer be damaged farm property as well as 'I
Tuesday Nov 13 put back to work, Tomasovitch was reimburse applicants for expenses AnotherFSP Inmate Murdered :

Lake Butler Youth put back to work as a radio lapat.cbe already Incurred for such purposes. r/"
based .
tl Sunihint Aertt 7:30 p.m. Bowen has maintained that his losses Loans include qualifying funds to reim- A second stabbing within a week at was heard by correction officials but '
HIP SA Pirinit And Cuad/.na Dies In AccidentAn desire to get rid of Tomasovitcb was burse applicants may for production expenses Florida State Prison has resulted In a by the time the door was'unlocked, .
I'ubl/c/ 1"(1" not Inspired by the grand Jury investigation. which went Into damaged or first-degree murder charge filed Curry was already dead according: to p; +
Bowen said he didn't Monday Nov. S, against Anthony assistant superintendent Richard
) destroyed and livestock enterprises
Lake man
18-year-old FSP inmate. Dugger. .
even know if Tomasovitch testified Sawyer, 2&, an
us fi"ianout 7:30 p.m. '" killed and another man and to produce new crops .
was The afternoon of "There to be .
for or against him (Bowen). depend on the Saturday slaying appears some connection
terms pur.
... hospitalized after the car they were in Payment be to the last week "
The latest clash during the election for which the loan is used andappllcant's Michael Curry. 22. is believed one Dugger
BROOKER COUNCIL 7:30 p.m. rammed into a parked tractor early and re-election in September pose the ability! to repay the linked to the previous slaying last said of the Oct. 27 murder that took I
Friday morning Nor. 2. resulted in the charges of misuse of' week involving a power struggle. place in the prison gymnasium. '
COUNCIL 7:30 Jeffrey Lamar Jones IS,was killed sick leave. Tomasovitcb bad been loan Curry was one of the witnesses in the Officials had Mid Reese's death
p.m. when the 1974 Chevrolet sedan he was seen actively campaigning forBowen's '. 'stabbing death of Willie George Reese may have been connected to a power .
RENTS driving on SR-100 struck a 1969 International struggle' for dominance on the
BTH GRADE ASSN opponent, Jimmy Epp last Saturday night
tractor parked on the south Bowen said he couldn't have a man Sawyer a former Death Row inmate prison' L-Wtng, or due to homosexual '
MEETINGBUS shoulder of the road according: to a Man Diet After StrokeA
working for him who was actively whose: 1973 murder conviction contact .
Florida Highway Patrol report.Jones' commuted to life Imprisonment The Curry murder have been '
iibnrt 7:30 p.n campaigning for an opposing'can sentence wax may a ,
car was traveling west at a didate. :>' 79-year old man died Sunday' \ was charged Monday by little bit of both, or possibly It .was:';',:
high rate speed when it hit the tractor cerebral. officials before \ Inspired officials Mid
from hemorrhage Circuit dge revenge
the report said. ...............................,... evening a prison About 13 have
people been
Courtesy Of caused by a stroke. Uses Fagan. locked
10"e10 equipment failure me' James Brown of 884 B, BrownleeRd. Sawyer and Curry were both serving up who either witnessed the murder I j
JACKSON BUILDING Keith 'L. Jones. 20. Jacksonville .. ., was< pronounced'dead at 7:45: sentences for Dade County convict or have some knowledge of it,Dugg erj|
taken' to Sharsds Hospital after Bradford said and the inmates will
was stories were l left out this week. p.m. at the County Hospital tions. ata, $;
SUPPLY Of Stark the accident.The ''< Rumors lad surfaced that Brown Curry was tabbed in the back segregated to prevent f\lrthuf ::
fatality was the seventh la l'w. win try to-get; them *rf a*soon was a victim of foul play and an 'Under his' left arm and in the heart violence until investigation are cam i+' ; ,{i
Hwy 301 9. 9646078K Bradford County this year ;\\'J.' autopsy was ordered by the state attorney's with a boning knife about 4p.n. pleted.. '' ,
y.lon. Height/ parents of the brothers are Mr and as po..I ( tK a..tt. :!tFMj,1f'\: .,.,.... offtre. The medical report 'Saturday, Wb f. locked ;In I''. .;FSP. e The two murder ,dues! abottl, ;'gyy'': ,
Hwy tOO And 2 t." Mrs. Billy Bennlfleld, Sr'=, In the .. f.I \ :received Wednesday Indicated Brown- '-'dayroom.,4*-,.
473-4973, New River area of Bradford. had died from natural causes. A commotion from the dayroom Assistant State Attorney Torn EhveU,' ,j,:



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I 4f4OIVE CteamMaerWHATEVER A motion to amend the current liquor ordinance prohibiting the sale of liquoron
Sunday to concur with the county ordinance allowing the sale of alcohol on
Sunday was turned down 3-2.
Commissioner Charles Schaefer suggested the ordinance be amended for the
"merchant's sake.'!He said it was unfair to businessmen in the city to not be ableto
YESTERDAY WAS LIKE, sejl/ liquor when other establishments in the county could."I .
WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." just want to give the merchants a fair shake-it's not that I want more
drunks on the streets Schaefer said adding the ordinance as it stands is unjust
'c to city merchants. .
) "I think it should stay as it is. We have enough problems with drunks Monday
through Saturday and we don't need to be selling alcohol on Sunday," said Com-
missioner Wilbur Waters, who voted against the motion.
Waters said people could just go that extra block and a half to get beer or
P whatever if they needed it on Sunday.
Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcox agreed, saying he knew he couldn't
S* SS P 3Lr 5\ change buy it. people's habits but if they wanted alcohol they could go down the street to

# Schaefer and Commissioner Ted Oglesby were the two voting for it Waters,
Silcox and Commissioner Harold Epps voted against it.
Schaefer had brought the issue up at a previous meeting and was told by Silcox
and Waters that they would vote against it.

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A request by Police Chief Jimmy Bowen for a telephone taping system a dictaphone
and a copy machine for the new police department was referred to the
Safety Committee(Commissioners Ted Oglesby and Wilbur Waters) for review.
A taping system for the telephone. Bowen explained would make it easier to
dar keep long distance phone calls at a minimum,as well as act as a backup system.
"We could save ourselves from a lawsuit if all our calls are recorded-that way
we can tell who said what and who was at fault if any question should arise, '
AS SEEN ON THE Bowen said.Bowen .
"TODAY SHOW" 4r !t' t said the taping system along with a dictaphone would be purchased on
AND THE"TONIGHTSHOW" ? a lease-purchase agreement for$147 per month. Bowen said the company would
AND IN throw in a copy machine if the dictaphone and taping system were purchased.
I -WOMAN'S DAY" '1 > Commissioners Silcox and Waters agreed that the taping system was a
,t MAGAZINE. 1 necessary Item but turned the matter over to the Safety Committee.
Bowen said about $1,800 was left over from construction funds which would
pay for the first year.
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multi-person decompression Ned a sister of Johns, said "My fami- The extreme pain experiences DV house the chamber was completedseveral
chamber was dedicated Saturday at ly is especially appreciative that the the"bends" can be relieved In as few months ago. ":, I
hands Teaching Hospital in chambev, buiUbeesueedtrosaped ', ....three minutes, Poulton said and,... There are three other,facilities,.tanaM $ .-4
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Gainesville with'' Jerome Johns of mybrotber.in-law'slife." (Infections such as gas gangrene and Florida-In Miami. Panama City and
Bradford County officiating The chamber Is used to treat burn osteomyelitis (a severe bone Infec- ,West Palm Beach-that can treat
Johns, the son of former Gov. patients. Injured divers victims of tion) are'also susceptible to oxygen decompression sickness at a depth of
Charles Johns and president of Gator gas gangrene,'cyanide poisoning or treatment. 165 teel
Freightways of Starke,has been cam- Bone infections. The chamber works An average of 10-12 divers a year
paigning through the Legislature for by introducing compressed air to "Certain toxins can be broken were treated at Shands In the old
two years for funds to build the housing raise the atmospheric pressure inside down in '20 to 30 minutes in the chamber but with the new chamber
unit for the decompression the main compartment of the four- chamber' said Poulton. "It's really doctors expect to see 20-30 patients a

resulted chamber in after the an loss accident of his which foot. section Once chamber.the pressure reaches the quite Medical dramatic.research" Is still uncoveringnew .y..V.year now.A................................,..,.... y..V.............................................. .............................................................J'J' ......................................................,
Through Johns' efforts the desired depth it is then reduced to uses for oxygen treatment but
legislature set aside $115,000 neededto normal at a rate slow enough to prevent Poulton stressed that aide effects of
build a shelter. Saturday the new further "bubble formation,'" using a hyperbaric chamber make it .1
come unit was true.dedicated to Johns-a dream said.Used medical director Dr. Tom Poulton a "double-edged sword." We Have The Home In / ,
"The concentrations of
: The chamber can be used by as primarily to treat decompression same
that toxic to bacteria can
three divers for treating the'bends"a sickness, the submarine oxygen
many be toxic to human beings," he said.
chamber is
fatal unique in that it doublesas
possibly decompression
an intensive unit and "We don't take It lightly when we '
caused when care
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decide to treat someone In here.
simulates the
nitrogen begins to bubble instead of pressure experiencedat
dissolving in the blood, due to sudden 165 feet underwater Poulton explained A nurse or physician can work inside -
changes In pressure when a diver is The old chamber could only the chamber during decompression -
pulled too quickly from the ocean depths reach a pressure equivalent of 66 feet. which Is equipped to care for the
The new chamber was constructed most critically 111 patients. Poulton NewleywedsCan
Scuba divers, doctors and several as part of the Apollo Program support said working in the chamber "gets .
politicians from around the state 'mission and is on long-term loan from pretty hot and the air is a little dif-
gathered in Gainesville for the NASA. It can treat three patients at ficult to breathe." ji
dedication of the decompression once and is set up with its own life The chamber, which rests on a )y. '
chamber also known as a hyperbaric support systems. The main compartment large railroad flatbed where it has Afford
chamber.. where patients are treated, is been for two years was given to
"1 was a little scared, to be honest about 6-by-10 feet, with 20 feet of floor Stands two years ago on a longtermloan
with you" Johns said about his treat- space. from NASA. The structure to
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person.Johns, 1A. (
was treated for gas I V
gangrene-an infection treated with ti

bacteria-following large amounts of a oxygen bulldozer to acci-kill REGISTER ,OIL & GAS f

dent which crushed his foot in 1977.
Johns' foot had to be amputated and 964-5888 ,
in a second operation to slop V
gangrene his leg was amputated r
308 S
above the knee. The old chamber is Thompson Starke /
credited with saving Johns' life by yWe'Also'Have I
stopping the spread of gas gangrene.
Rep. Frank Williams, who la mar- Martin Unvented Gas HeatersFROM t
15,000 To 40.000 BTU I

Pair ArrestedFor

rltra, rlras ., 0( ,,, (
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Thor Raiford Shoplifting residents have been Also Perfection ratras '<. !' A Home For A Growing If. : : ', '

with theft in Bradford Coun- '
charged Oil & Gas 1 t)i ,t I +, '> ,r : '

tyEugene Finley, 20, was arrestedand .. Family :If. ....1,r t;: of
released Thursday on bond for i l' '' ''
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Vented Heaters
shoplifting His girt friend. Nancy
Rego,29,reportedly ran from the Van Come See Double Wides Singles (
11. Priest store on Call Street shortly
before 11 a.m.last Wednesday. Finley in Stock T v .
was then questioned at the scene and New Used
police discovered that the two were .
companions.Police nuMARTIN I
were searching for Rego
Incident until she pickedNov.
since the was

up deputies Tuesday.in Lake Butte and Union later County sent CASH AND CARRY BOTTLE FILLINGHOME See The All New 1980 Fleetwood Stone Ridge t tr

to Starke. Rego was released on $210 DEUVERY ON KEROSENE FUEL OIL L P OAS r
bond. ,
Finley was arrested for shopliftingand Wholesale Warehouse JOHN BROWN'S I
for driving a vehicle with a \

him suspended driving license and found after police clothes spotted in the (Gulf) Tires. Tubes.'& Batteries' MOBILE HOME CENTER

car with price tags from the Eagle "
Discount: Store. Other shoplifting Gainesville. Office 318.1877l
Finley.charges are also pending against '.',, .- 151k' i- Keystone: Heighfv Fla .FkTj

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Court Declares ,v

1 : Housing Bonds ConstitutionalThe ,Ii

Florida Supreme Court < i (M1

establishing the constitutionality

County's issue of mortgage revenue

provide funds for single family

welcome news. The Polk County
had been challenged because : q

bonds would have the same tax-free

municipal bonds for investors. The .
ed, however, that the bond issue

public interest and that the tax-free

the bonds was not unconstitutional.

t' The ruling, in effect: gave a green +

I Bradford County to go ahead with ; .s.J' .

validation of a $13,000,000 bond ,. ;,

vide funds for single family ,
middle income bracket at an -'

4\ approximately two percent lower ;

t prevailing rate. Early View of St. }Iar/. '8

The Supreme Court decision comes This heretofore unpublished photograph of St. The cotton gin building, originally one-story structure -
portune time, when the construction Mark's Episcopal Church and two-story building once was owned by Capt. Richard and his business
wed as a rectory was loaned to The Telegraph by Mrs. partner George Pace. Capt Richard donated his half
Family dwellings, in the lower price C.A. Fntch. a niece of Frank and Joe Hoover, the
suffering a serious lag. In October, photographers Interest In the building to the church and the other half
was purchased by the mission from Mr. Pace.Richard's .
(excluding Starke) issued only seven
The wife Emma, and friends baked and sold
building at right Is the to-called "cotton gin"given
for single family dwellings, as to the church about 1882 by Capt.J.C.Richard at cakes to raise funds to add the second floor seal the
previous monthly average of 12 or the same Ume be gave the church Its first property the walls add a portico In front and change the entrance

most of the seven were homes in present location on North Church Street. According to from the aide to the front of the building. The lower
old records, a portion of this site-the part lying east of floor was first used for parish meetings and church services
the present parish. house, was used as a cemetery by with the upper floor used for Sunday School
early .setter during the Civil War days. rooms and rectory In the early days.

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The i. Letters to The EditorPROTESTS

SPEEDING CHARGE Editor: Bradford TelegraphThis
With Presidential election day still
II r. away. Americans can look ahead Editor Telegraph letter of appreciation Is extended WORK ON FLOAT
to all those who helped make
winter spring summer and fall
I am writing In regard to a traffic BUS Homecoming'79 a success.: Even
Dear :
I and counter-charge, oratory, debates ticket that was Issued to me by the though the rain dampened all who
ter attacks by warring political Florida Highway Patrol while In participated, the spirit of cooperationand
i cost of millions of dollars before a Bradford County.On excitement never failed. Via your newspaper I would like to
express my thanks to the great group
finally declared. I was particularly pleased with the of that worked
while young people on the
Sunday,Sept. traveling
I excellent attitude and Freshmen float.
/ south of SR-100 about four miles from cooperate s
Two Democrats, Sen. Edward given by the parents and citizens."M
turning's Starke city limits my wife and I were
California Gov. Edmund G. Brown, out for a Sunday drive and at a speedof student participation was at an all- These JIeOple worked hard and long
time high and the patience shown hours.They were kind, polite, and did
mally challenged incumbent between 45 and 50 mph In a regal with the school administration
speed zone of 55 mph.I was not waste any materials such as
this week, and ex-Governor Ronald especially appreciated.The organiza- napkins etc.
California, was poised to join nine officer tional efforts of Mrs. Aljets and Ms
hopefuls in the race for his party's was stopped badge No.by FHP and Smith In the club sweetheart and f know they are proud of winning
Etheridge 1169. was
tion. Homecoming Queen's court activity third place with their float and their
asked for driver's license.The of-
I my and Mr. Thomas as General skit.They also won second place with
ficer then stated that I was speeding
couldnot Homecoming Chairman contributed their officer's car.
With 13 candidates already in the and that I was doing 70 mph. I to the outstanding program. .
believe It and told him While '
and a year to go before the actual so. The Councl1.IaI So,Class of',83.at least 7,100 thapka.'
he was writing the ticket out.I askedthe ., BUS Student, Ltobe.u '
(which is how napkihsyoutuckof
paign spending may reach such officer what day I would go to congratulated on its fine program of ed many
turned and
heights that it will even help soften court and he replied I didn't have to activities during Homecoming Week. float! your
sion predicted for 1980. Before the go to court, that all I had to do was
is send In$25. I told him that I wanted to Jim Duncan -One Proud
even fired, the candidates in both Mom
go to court In order to fight this false Principal
have already reported $17.5 million charge.

war chests. At that rate, total .
before !November 4, 1980 are bound to Well. I went to Bradford County

$100 million, and perhaps much more. courthouse on Oct. 1 and received a
court hearing date for Oct.23,10 a.m. County Agents
On this date I came to this court hearing. by Bobby l_Tudor
Although major attention up to now First, let me say this was not a Notebook hon.:96-1-f'': .
focused on the colorful confrontation court room but just a room with a :f
President Carter and Senator large table with a few chain aroundIt. .
Republican drive is gathering force The judge sat at a desk separate i
from this table, and there was a'
announcement last week of Senator woman sitting about the middle of the, Good weather the last few weeks
meet tonight ( Nov.
Thursday, 8) at
Baker pitting him against George table across from where I was sitting,' has allowed a lot of outside activity. 7:30: The will be held
meeting in
candidate of the writing something down. The Judge I
Republican middle Strawberry growers have finally got- the Agriculture Building on North 301
The GOP front-runner, Ronald believe, was EWe Sanders hearing ten their plant orders and the majority in Starke. Important business will In-
scheduled to officially enter the the case. of plants are set. clude election of officers and direc-

;November 13 with California's tors for 1980, and making final plans
huge The officer stated his case first by Looks like we will have about the
for the Annual
tion apparently his for the asking. starting to tell the judge that I told same commercial acreage that we month in Lake Meeting Butler. to All be cattlemen held next
him I a retired police officer from
was had last year. We do have a new art urged to attend.Don't .
Florida will again be the center of Chicago and how he clocked me grower with 8 acres and I hope he,
speeding by radar. It appeared to me along with our regular will
attention on the weekend of growers forget first (and possibly
that he was prejudiced against nor
successful and have
a good the
year. only) pecan auction next week if
when the state's Republicans will be there people. lie also stated that I was plan to buy or sell
you pecans. Bring
in Orlando and Democrats in St very oelligerant. which was a lie. I Strawberry plants should start your pecans to the Starke State
Both conventions will conduct was just wondering if person is sup- growing immediately after setting! Farmers Market on North 301 between
posed to have a smile on his face whena this time because moisture and
straw votes. The Republican "beauty 8:00 A.M. and 12:00: NOON. The
officer is traffic
police writing out a temperature conditions have been
will auction will start at 1:00: P.M..Thurs-
offer the first match-up of six ticket-otherwise you are belligerant, almost Ideal. Plants need to make day Nov. IS.District.
candidates-Reagan. John Connally good growth before cold weather to
Crane. Bush. Baker, and Robert Now I stated my case. I told the build a crown and reserve for the
Democratic contest will have judge that while driving in this area fruiting season.
a and at a speed of 48 mph, that by driving Deputy ,
field but will be potentially just as this speed I was passed by two Greens are finally making good

with President Carter vying with other motorists at separate locations. growth but harvest late this year Visits Starke Elks
Brown for the party's nod. I also stated that one of these vehicleswas Because of the heavy rains we had in !
a small Chevy pick-up truck. The September. Several collard fields r

d J Although the CBS interview with officer admitted seeing this vehicle drowned and had to be re-set one or Lodge 1802John
way ahead of me and that it was a more times. Wet conditions also
was not scheduled until 11:30: Sunday "Luv" vehicle and was doing only 56 delayed serving turnips and mustard
S. (Jack) Shannon of Jackson-
about the time most TV viewers were mph. I also stated that the officer had and present supplies at the marketare
ville Beach district
altered this ticket he was Issuing me short. 1901. deputy of the
by changing the time and the make of Florida Northeast District and official -
J vehicle. I have this ticket in my representative of Grand Exalted -
Haymaking and corn harvest is
Ruler Robert Grafton of North
so if would care to see
possession you
WONDERS OF NATURE it, you could give me a call and I will. about should over start, in but the soybean next few harvest days. Palm Beach, FL, was guest of honorat
i the regular meeting of Starke Elks
,be glad to bring it to your office. Looks like our field crop producers Lodge No. 1802.
will have a pretty good production
-. I 'must teU you that the officer's year if soybeans do as well as othercrops. The lodge officers, under the
Ii : : squad car was traveling north on doesn't leadership of Exalted Ruler George
mean however
).",::1 ,Ji '. ,.' SR-100 and I was going south on that ours will make a lot of W. Brown performed the initiatory
II '. :t. I SR-100 when he was supposed to clock this because ceremonies for a new member
.' money year productioncosts ,
'f-P ,
9 : ;: e' ff -7f. me. Enclosed Is an article that was have increased Robert L. Strunk.
I tremendously
T.. ': i.' .:.' 1I printed In the Gainesville Sun around while prices for these crops have in-
'' .: '' '" the first of October regarding the use creased very little at the farm level. ,Shannon, principal speaker of the
of these radar guns and their alleged evening addressed the local Elks on _
> ,: inaccuracy.Well However by the time some of these the national program of the Order of
; ,; IRS5 a star in the Milky Way, hal a diameter larger than that of our entire solar system. crops are turned Into processed feed Elks for the year. Of special interest ;
\.> when the hearing came to a for livestock, prices to the livestock to the local members was Shannon's I
'.' Close I was found guilty of speeding producers go up. This is especially report of the Elks National Foundation
and was fined $25. Well I have been hurting hog producers who are feelingthe which annually supports the Elks _.
living.In Florida for four and a half pinch with low hog prices. Looks Harry-Anna Crippled Children's
: \.ORI ..4 &RADFORD Co(1L years and we enjoyed it. but when like the hog men will have rough Hospital at Umatilla. The hospital is
ft ," J. ) '.: 'r.' ," they hand out justice like this we times for at least another year. owned and operated by the Florida
! : ,):, <'13 have had it. We used to do quite a bit State Elks Association, of which the
L : '-': (it no"It. 11"Wf of our shopping Starke but as longas The outlook for cattle appears to be Starke Elks Lodge is a member.

; \. ; NIMHI j c: JF;. ngrrtp' they have police officers like this better. Looks like catUe prices in 1980 The district deputy was escorted by ,

o ;. patrolling our highways we have had should be about like 1979. The market many other dignitaries who Included '
SINCE : enough. might weaken again In early spring Ed L. Kenyon, Grand Lodge auditor
; : t.t'h.rIOM;| BOBG. FERGUSON -JOHNM.MILLER 'W> but then strengthen substantially in Wed: .
c'J. ., : Publishers .''TV ", i*. In closing let me state that 1 have late spring and early summer. There. Roy visitation Pike and publicity members; Werthan of the other, ;

; P..hJ Men*n: 8d.y.otd*M.r*!..mid.r Act el M. rch>i,It7' .been the first driving time I for have 42 beca years! stopped and this by is a are because always of our question economic marks situation about and this nine lodges In the district. \

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tlf. police possible effects on demand for beef. t
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r : ':f S' bf , ;"; y"t.>;;" Ovhld., tr.d......111/.'Y..ri$5.lo li.aloof. J .iI R: James, .J.. Rochon "Man I h mad by hit balitf. : '
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Pho..us '....)! ".eeltMl t t '' 4fIt. 'r / 209 Speaking cattle our beliav... to ha l I."
.1 Lake Geneva Fla. Union Cattleman's Association will Bh gavad-Gita
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Speaker Club November at.Worn: > .T4 V1's fflw [ /h; f/k Jlt w l

a The luncheon Starke meeting"Woman's at Club the Woman's will have (jlaJJ Wooty Society !;dUo, 964.7608

Club on Wednesday Nov. 14,at U:15. ,.. .. ..... 11 ,
Hostesses will be: Mrs John ,

L.F.Greene Dlati Mrs.l, Glad V Collins Dorko, Mrs.Mrs. 4': 4 ,f.N YYr 4' E,'_", : ,+ p 141ii' '

n Gus Gonzalez Mrs. Ewell Lawson.
Mrs. J.D. Seymour and Mrs Palmer
Williams.Mrs. I
John Green, chairman will
,. present Miss Ruth Milton from State
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4-H Office, University of Florida,
Ottis Morgans to Gainesville who will introduce the ;
guest speaker Miss Debra Green ,
Celebrate 50thAnniversary from Brooker, who U state winner
and local 4-H group member. Miss
Green will speak on 4-H club work
Nov. 11 around the state.

Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Morgan of 905
9th Ave., S.W., Ruskin wUl celebrate
their golden wedding John {' j
anniversary C. G reenes j',
Sunday,Nov. 11 from 'b F i
2:30: to 5 o'clock i d n
at reception at the Ruskin Recreation .
Center 6th Street SE, Ruskin. Entertain Oct. 27 e
All friends and relatives are Invited
to attend. At Open HouseMr. ,

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and Mrs. John C. Greene enter r
Methodist Bazaar tained at an Open House Saturday 1 .r
Oct. 27 from 7:30 to 9:30: p.m. for all
And Chili/Soup the residents and employees of Camp N 1 ,

Forestry and maintenance .at Camp ,
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Luncheon Nov. 15A The refreshment table was covered FSP Retirees Hold Annual Get-Together Nov.3
with a white lace Army-Navy cloth

bazaar will be held Thursday, and centered with a crystal container The 7. retired people' above attended the eighth annual Raiford Prison The next annual reunion II
Nov. IS, from 7 a.m to 4 p.m. In the holding an arrangement of silk tiger retiree get.-together. Saturday Nov. 3, at the Like Butler Community Center day Nov. I, 19IIG at the RaUord Prison retiree is scheduled for Satur
Community Center In Lake Butler.
lillies, anemone, gypsophilia, phlox Retiree Jim Bridges of
new Methodist Fellowship Hall sponsored Thomasvllle. Ala. traveled the farthest distance of Photo by R.P. McLendon.
by the United Methodist and roses. Flunking the arrangementwere some 440 miles.
Women. silver candelabra with white

Soup or chill will be served from 11 tapers,entwined with asparagus fern. Junior Woman's Club .JI
a.m. to 2 p.m., including drink for At points of Interest in the party Wendl Lloyd And William Byrd Repeat Vows Oct. 19
100. Sandwiches and desserts will be rooms were blooming begonias,
available at Sot each. Take out lun violets and sink arrangements. Fashion Show and marred and William Byrd length gown with attached train. Her Following the ceremony a receptionwas
ches will be available.The Greeting the guests at the door were In a candlelight high necked gown was trimmed witha held In an adjoining room. The \
bazaar will feature home made were Mr. and Mrs. Greene. Mrs. Luncheon SaturdayModels ceremony: Friday evening, October chantilly lace bodice, and the long refreshment table, covered with a ,I
baked goods, Christmas ornamentsand George H. Pierce, presided at the 19, at the home of her parents, Mr sleeves were trimmed with lace. She ;yellow cloth, held the three tiered
gifts and a variety of Items. punch bowl and others assisting were of all ages strutted in and Mrs Hank Lott in Hampton.Rev. wore a fingertip matching veil. She wedding cake decorated with
The public is cordially invited to attend Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Helen among the dining tables Saturday at Don Wilson performed the carried her father's bible which was miniature florets, and topped with a
Crosby and Mrs. Lucille Raulerson. the Woman's Club for the annual luncheon ceremony.: The bride and groom topped with autumnal silk flowers bride and groom beneath a golden
Their son, Curtis Greene,served as and fashion show put on by the repeated their vows beneath an arch and streamers in shades of yellow and cross. Punch was served from crystal I
tour guide of their new home. Junior Woman's Club. decorated with yellow flowers and bronze. bowls,and crystal compotes held nuts
64 employees were invited to call The dining tables covered with greenery.The arch was topped with a Her sister.,Jeannie Lloyd,served as and mints.
Rex Andersons, Sr. between the a ppointed hours. white cloths were centered with arrangements urge white wedding bell decoratedwith 'matron of honor. Her yellow sheer
of pine cones and fall a bow, and holding a white dove. floor length polyester gown had long
Hosts At Rehearsal leaves. An arrangement of bronze Potted ferns were placed at the base sleeves and was trimmed with a lace Mrs Iris Hart cut and served the
Mrs. Cora Marshburn chrysanthemums graced the nowhere of the arch. Flanking the arch were capelet. She carried a bouquet of silk cake. Mrs. Charlene Lester and Mrs.
Dinner Nov. 2 Doug York and Joey Herres seven branch candelabra holding flowers consisting of baby's breath, Virginia Sumner assisted in serving
Celebrates 88th played selections during the show and ;yellow lighted tapers. and yellow and bronze pom poms. and directing the wedding.
luncheon. The taped selection"As Time GoesOn" Ushers were, the bride's brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson, Sr.
The club wishes to thank all the proceeded: the wedding.The ''Eddie Lloyd, and a friend Justin
were hosts at a dinner party Friday Following a wedding trip to Tampa,
Birthday bride given In marriage by her Wadsworth. also served train
Saturday models, Leila's, Stump's, TG&Y, They as the
evening,Nov. 2,at the Holiday Inn for father couple now live in Starke.
wore a beige taffeta floor bearers.
their son, Danny Anderson and Montgomery Wards and Sean for
fiancee, Denise Dowling following the their participation and the Methodist
Mrs. L.A. (:ano a entertained at a
couple's wedding rehearsal. Church for the use of their chain.
family dinner Saturday,Nov.3,at her
The U-shaped tables were covered home on N. Walnut Street, Starke !
with brown linen cloths and held arrangements celebrating the 88th birthday of her Chicken Supper
of mixed silk fall flowers. sister, Mrs. Cora Marshburn of The "bargain" of 1/4% more. distance wipes out your savings "Increase".

ding The party 36 attending, families Included and the friends.wed- Keystone Hel ghts. This Saturday At '.< '<"' All of us look (for bargains these days.. Nobody can dp more (for your:

Those from out-of-town were Mrs. tH> It Just makes sense. But we have to look money than the Florida National' .
Frances Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Helping to celebrate the occasion KLPOA Center carefully at.thoseargains.'Are: they people.Because they can give you theM

Schnell of Evansville, Ind were Mrs. Marshburn's' soninlawand ntW:: /really a savings?Or do they post!us.. convenience of saving where ypu bank'. '
The honored couple presented giftsto dater', Mr. and Mrs. Frank A fried chicken supper will' be held <, ,' '' ,',
Uendanfs during the dinner > ,- 'daughtar' the'Kingsley-Lake1 I .m ne.y2' and more ? /
tf.lfihl. AMiss :' at 'Property'Owners ,'31 / -
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Mra; Mona Claire' Weimer'oh Association club house Satan nl'T1For 1ristancelel": Toolta th'174I" *' 'The'FlortddNationalpeople'carf: : ;.i'Iti'as i t

Keystone Heights, brother and sister- day, Nov. '10, starting at 8 p.m., .' more interest paid by savings and develop a custom savings program'torloan (
In-law Mr. and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman
followed later in the .
by bingo evening.
Barbara Telken of Baltimore, Md., sister, Mrs. Tickets are on sale to the public at$3 associations than by banks. On a you.that makes your money work its

Shower James Otto of Seminole, grand- per plate with proceeds going for Improvements passbook savings account of .1000.that's hardest. For your needs. your goals what
HonoreeMiss daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs. to the club building. about $2.50 more per year. you want your money to do now and
John Townsend of St. Petersburg and
Tickets be at the
Barbara Telken whose mar sister-in-law, Mrs T.J. Alderman of door, or advance may purchased from Ann /Hill or But saving at'a separate place from in the future.
riage to Michael Smith will be an Hampton. Frank Palmer. where you bank means extra trips.And These days it makes more sense
event of Nov 17, was honored at a KLPOA directors will hold their gasoline costs about $1.00 a gallon.Just a than ever to get to know your bank. The '

bridal shower Friday. Nov. 2, given regular meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, couple of( gallons a year (for the added people who do more
by Miss Charlotte Telken, Mrs. Carl Nov. 10, in the club house. .,j.1, .
1'Hf \
Telken and Miss Teresa Smith at the :
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Telkenon St. Edwards. Church. Halt f i it' .r'r ...1
Griffis Loop .
The refreshment table was covered BINGO
with a white lace cloth and centered } ;
with a mixed fall floral arrangement. TALK '
7:00 P.M. .
Games with prizes and Every Saturday :
refreshments were enjoyed by the 13 411 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. SOMEMAKING

guests during the party hours 7:30: YOUR
and 9:30: p.m.

Curtis Greene Has MONEY WORK

Food & Scat ,
Halloween Party Oct. 31 U.S.301S.
& Walnut St w:
Mr. and Mrs John C. Greene entertained :
I at a halloween party.Wednesday RC or NEHI '
afternoon of last week for their MOTOR OIL ,
son, Curtis, at. their home at Camp ".1Nt OR PEPSI .l
Blanding. 3 Ota
16 St. Johns 'Country Day School 16 OZ.. I29 Tax t"I
pupils attended. Plus Tax Dep
The patio and tables carried oijt the I
halloween theme. Halloween goodiesand Borden's ALL BRANDS BEER G

Assisting games were in serving enjoyed.were Mrs. MILK If 99 ${ 00 Cue
Richard Welty and Mrs. Pete G. Gal
Felos. Over Cost


The Epperson family reunion will
be held Saturday Nov. 10, from 2:30: The .
to 5 p.m.,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Looking'Glass'. .
R.L. Epperson and. Mrs. ,Settle I( ,
Mizelle, 818,W. Pratt Street. ..

Russell Styling Center : ," -
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Celebrate'70th'Birthday .,. l442F i
Nov. W. Madison St. 964-8547''I."' "'M''':, .I '.. k iJ

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Russell Green will .celebrate his,. t; "" '
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!' 70th birthday, Saturday afternoon I .
.,' Nov. 10, at Open House from 2 to S : :
j p.m. at the New River Baptist. Church Under NewManagementiOf .
)1 Fellowship Hall. I .
.f' Friends and relatives are Invited to. J I Calvin' Kirkland <; J ,I,' .-.1 ..... ,

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sat E.D. Tenly returned ..
: Wednesday of
\i last week after a week In Maggie ,, ( \ "' Il" .is! \ >f fItIf.: ./ '. '(. ',*, *: ''
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I Mr. and Mrs Cecil Cooper of '." ........... .:, "j,, ',. a! Siarka \ ; ":f .t., r... t: ,. j. ,<" .\
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Durham, N.C. were first of the week'&Ue8l1 .'l"' -"," .
of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. ',.' .: .1 'I';,,,. J.a.nonat\clfIcSl..9G4/064-70eo.: :. y q 1"\1 .
and Rev. and Mrs. O.D. Moore Cooper of % Good Thru Wed November, 1979 'ww_' '.M.mOrtrAIC I.r.: ,iw rumda ,ICII\allonuOf rIotI4a Inc .,J ,'f, ,, ... 1

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+ Pine Level Church Dedicate New" I
Baptist to pon T' n
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J 1,000 Seat Auditorium This Sunday ',v.. Mr. ,and Mrs Hand .R. Chum ,\ lf i\I'ti\' i"" ''tt

visited son, Robin, in Gainesville on ': w.w., :, ': ;H ::wpf .
J This Sunday, Nov U, at 10:30: the balcony, there are two large choir states to be in the service some from Sunday.Mr. : ; '. ;

pastor and member of Pine Level rooms, four nurseries that will accommodate as far away as Texas and New York .,
Baptist Church will meet in their new 75 children, two offices, Also present will be missionaries and Mrs. Edward Davis of f.l"' : ..' "
: 1,000 seat auditorium for the first an audio room, and a young adults sent out from Pine Level Baptist Gainesville were Sunday guests of : 1"PI. ; ." ;--
time. classroom that will seat 50 people. Church. These will Include Miss Gail Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. ", ,< I :'I:",;* ;
Construction actually began in Mayof The auditorium became necessaryas Reddish, missionary to Peru for 15 .- IT"I'
I 1979, and the members of the a result of the continuous growth of years and now Instructor in the Miss Neva Jayne Flynn and Keith Lisa Burrus. 7 Leslie Nugent. 3 Angela l>ml.. Kelly Moore.:|i I
church have done most of the work on the church in the last four years. The Spanish Bible Institute in Miami; Carter of FSU were home for the
the building. It has 12.500 square feet attendance Is averaging over 600 per Rev. and Mrs. Leon Thomas and weekend with their respective
'" and was designed by the pastor, Sunday this fall, and new membersare family, missionaries to Peru; and parents.Mr. Dream Girl Pageant Has 4 More EntriesFour I
Roman Alvarez. being added each week.A Rev. and Mrs. Marty Starling and
t In addition to the main building and goal has been set for 1.000 In attendance family, missionaries to Mexico JMany and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. more contestants for a total Center in Starke Plaza. Angela Shannon
this Sunday for the special other missionaries and ministers will returned Saturday after three weeks of seven so far. have entered the second Davis. e. is the daughter of Chuck
) Teresa DeVore dedication service at 10:30.: The also be present \; > in New Orleans and Hot Springs, Ark. annual Dream Girl Beauty and Gayle Davis and is sponsored by
previous high attendance was March Pine Level Baptist Church is Pageant which is set for Saturday. Diane's Beauty Shop.
Honored Tea 19. 1979 when 834 people. were present located 3 1/2 miles West of Starke on Mrs. Marjorie Jones and Mrs. Er- Dee I. In the National Guard Armoryon First entry for the Junior Miss
at a Highway 100 The pastor: and ma Faber attended the Hospital Auxiliary Edwards Road in Starke Dream Girl (for girls aged 11.151. Kelly
In addition to the numerical growththe members of the church extend a convention in Miami at the Am- The four contestants are Leslie DeniseWayne Moore. II, daughter of
In Atlanta Nov. 3 church has enjoyed there have special Invitation to attend this nl Hotel last Sunday to Thursday.Mrs. Ann :Nugent.\ 3; Lisa Burrus. 7. and Cathy Moore and sponsored
been other important ac special dedication service Sunday Angela Shannon Davis. 8, and Kelly by Diane's Beauty Shop.
Teresa DeVore, Dec. 21 brideelectof complishments.. A fleet of 13 buses W.H. Thomson president of Denise Moore. II Entries are still being accepted
Bobby Patterson, was honored witha have been purchased and 9 of them the Starke Woman's Club was David Prevatt.. has entered the from area contestants who wish to
tea in Atlanta on Saturday. Nov. 3, operate each Sunday bringing peopleto hostess at a luncheon Wednesday at Tiny Dream Boy 'Contest under the take part in the Dec 1 contest which
given by her sister-In-law, Mrs. the service, 21 more acres of land ; J YoM.JW the club house for the executive sponsorship of The Fishin' Shack will have five divisionsTiny: Dream
Johnny DeVore. have been bought and is being board. The dining table was centered David's parents are Mr and Mrs. Boy and Tiny Dream Girl for youths
The hostess welcomed the guests developed as an athletics area for the ". with a white basket filled with daisy Wayne Prevatt aged 3-6. Little Miss Dream Girl fpr
who were then received by the Christian School that Is now in Its The Methodist Church ,.Women chrysanthemums. The Tiny Dream Girl contest has girls aged 7-10. a Junior Miss Dream
honoree. her sister, Mrs. Linda third year. Sunday School Class celebrated birthdays three hopefuls thus far The new en Girl for girls aged IMS. and Miss
Adkins of SUrke and her niece, Miss Special guests and friends of the for three of theirr' members Mrs. A.J. Eaves and children and try. Leslie Ann Nugent. 3. Is the Dream Girl Division for young
Angie DeVore of Lawtey. church will be coming from all over Tuesday night, Nov. 6. /f +":T Jack Waterhouse attended the wed- daughter of Leslie and Hannah women aged 16-21 ,
The guests were directed into the Florida and from many different Nine class members had dinner at ding of Robin Eaves and Randy Lott Nugent and Is sponsored by Mosley'sTire Deadline to enter is Nov 24 r
dining room where they were served Mr. Han's in Gainesville The Saturday night in West Palm Beach. Co Previous entries are Terri Winners In each division will
I mint tea. coffee and crackers along Teen Dance Friday honorees were Jean Shannon, Diane Tillman. 3. and four year-old Kerry receive a crown, banner, flower,
i with an assortment of pastries cold Brown, and Ada Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Mooty of Miami Fay Taylor Terri Is being sponsoredby trophy and$15 cash. First and second

cuts and cheeses on wedgewood china Sponsored ByJuniorWomans *>ere Sunday guests of Mrs. Harry Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Que of runners-up will receive trophies.
r silver The tea and coffee Jacksonville. Contestants will be judged beauty
with sterling llutlUnd. China KoHalliid Mooty.Mr. Her parents are Mr on
were poured from a silver tea service ClubThe sin place setting, for pattern mle.IteuHonable and \Mrs. Randy TilJman poise, and personality
at one end of the table. A floral Private and Mrs. Jim Womack and There are now two entries for Little Interested persons should contact
arrangement of daisies and carnations !HU-IIm.: priced. party ions, Brad and Bill of Starke met Mr. Miss Dream Girl aged 7.10 Lisa Debra Norman. Rt.2. Box 113 F-2
was placed at the other end of Junior Woman's Club will sponsor and Mrs. Fred Thomson and son, Burrus, 7*. is the daughter of Mrs Starke. FL 32091 phone 004-8849;
the table. The table was covered withan a Teen Dance Friday Nov. 9 at Todd of Tallahassee at Callaway M.A Payne Jr of Starke and Is sponsored Margaret Ann Bennett. (phone
antique white lace table cloth. the Woman's Club between the hours Jerome Johns Dr. O.L. Haynes. Jr. Gardens on Friday and attended theUFAuburn by the Looking Glass Styling 964.6258: after 5 p m or Joan Carter
The hostess presented the honoree 8 p.m. and midnight.Admission of Starke and Earl Joyner of Jackson- football game on Satur- phone 964-5165 or after Spm, 7828577.
with a memento of the occasion. Is$1.50 single and$3.00 a ville, were hunting quail in Alice, day. The Womacks went on to Atlantato
couple. Texas Sunday to Wednesday. attend the opening of the new

wholesale mart on Sunday. AREA NEWSBy
BIKE-A-THON Junior Womans Club F.V. Herlong of Jacksonville visited HAMPTON

his mother, Mrs. W.F. Herlong on Mrs. Johnnie Livingston of Wilmington -
The Cystic Fibrosis Bike-a-lhon for To Meet Nov 12 Sunday.Mr. N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. B.F.
Lawtey will be Saturday Nov. 17. The Williams of Currie. N.C. will be Friday Delores Meng
Bike-a-thon will begin at 9 a.m. atLawtey and Mrs. Samuel Russell of to Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phone -
Elementary parking lot. The Junior Woman's Club will meet Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Mack Williams.
t Mrs Jeannie Lee. Bike-a-thon Monday Nov. 12, at 7:30: p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill. Bookmobile be a concert given by the 5th, 6th and
chairman said shirts will be Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gaunt and Mrs. Regular stope of the Bradford 7th graders. This concert Is under the
presented to all participants with at The program will be an International Mrs. H.L. Hutson spent Friday to Gertrude Gaunt of Chesterfield, County Bookmobile are made at the direction of the music instructor, Bill
: least S2S in donations. Entry forms food tasting party with each executive Sunday in Jacksonville visiting Dr. England are guests this week of their Hampton Post Office every Tuesday McRae, and is assisted by the 7th
1 f, may be obtained from the school or board member bringing a and Mrs. Glenn Davis and family and sister Mrs. Emma Badman and from. 12:30 of until valuable 2:30 p.m. Take advantage grade teacher, Mrs. Carole Steven
this free service.
Mrs. Lee. dish Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Pafford. son.
representing some country. niece and husband Mr. and Mrs. V.J.

Spengler.Bob lived
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Harrell of Ilospita New Student
Brooker were Sunday afternoon Williams of Jacksonville Mrs. JoAnn HovtTson Is making Jason Gilbert was welcomed as a
i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Saturday visitor and John Williams of satisfactory progress at Shands second grader in Mrs. JoyceMcMiian's
Teaching following
Hospital surgery
I class on Monday. He
Titusville was Sunday and Monday
there last week.
,1 Mrs. W.F. Herlong spent Sunday to visitor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. formerly attended Lawtey school.
Thursday of last week In Jacksonville Mack Willams.
visiting Mr.and Mrs. Rodney Herlongand VUitoriMr. CongratulationsSecond
and Mark and Mrs. Harold Wragg of St. Rhonell Estes
family Mr. Mrs. grader on
Attending the dedication of the
Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Hyperbaric building at Shand's Petersburg, formerly of Hampton Monday displayed the lovely horse
from Friday to Monday with
Steinmeyer.Miss spent trophy she won on Sunday in performance
Teaching Hospital Saturday,
their and and
daughter family, Mr.
with the Bradford
dedicated to Jerome Johns Mr. Roping
Mrs. Michael Brunei, Mike and Clif
Anita Green of Fernandina and Mrs. Jerome Johns, Sen. and Club. She came out in first place in
Beach spent the weekend with her ford.Mr. four events.
Mrs. Charley Johns; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Eddie of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green.
: parents,
: Frank Williams and Mark
son weekend
Tampa spent a recent with
Sixth Grade News
Phillip Johns Shan Edwards, Mrs. :
their mother Mrs. Viola Lefebvre
Miss Sara Barefoot of Jacksonville Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's 6th
Mayme Adams and Mr. and Mrs.
and the Ed Spell family. They all at-
visited her sister Mrs. L.J. Green on Jimmy Moore of Starke Bill Messerof graders were attentive on October 31
Saturday. t c-> Daytona Beach and Mr. and Mrs. tended the Homecoming, Parade whea ,,Mrs Jtelpres,Morgan Food
M 'festivities:and u.nfO ganJrinGainesvlUe.
J.M. Howard of Lake Butler. The plaque CbordinatorWorV Bradford County
Mr. and Mrs. Henry.Anderson of on the building states: Dedicatedto Schools addressed their class about
Panama City spent the weekend with Viola recently (returned from Health Department Inspections of
Jerome Johns in appreciation for
Dallas,Texas,where she spent nearly
Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. W.H. Thomson school kitchens. .
his to others.
concern two months with her son and family.
and Mrs. J.W. Griffin. Their study included a Monday tour
She also attended Uie funeral of her of the school
Hampton kitchen where
Mr. and Mrs. George Copelandgave sister who died in Indianapolis on October
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs of Mrs. Blonnle Derkman, Cafeteria
i small dinner Wednesday
Gainesville the weekend with a party 15. showed them the
spent manager kitchen
night of last week at their home on
their parents Mr and Mrs. Tom Brownlee Road. and storage area. They were able to
Casey and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Happy Birthday see the many areas that are carefully
Hobbs, Sr. Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan celebratedher inspected for cleanliness and safe.
Mrs. L.H. Gibson returned last birthday on November 5. She appreciated food handling.
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beasley of Thursday after two weeks visit in the telephone calls from
Haines City were Thursday to Satur- Silver Spring Md. with her brother family members and friends. Seventh Graders
day guests of Mrs. O.L. Beasley. and and wife Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Peterson Happy Birthday to Gerald Brownon Mrs. Carole Stevenson's 7th grade
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. and niece, Mrs. Ann Lindgren also November 8. class is studying the proper method of
Dr. and Mrs. A.L. Bennett in Newark Billy Jordan turned eight years old debating. They are presently
Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr., attendedthe Dela. and other points. of Interest In on November 8. debating the Issues of the Cambodian
Nunes Room the Northeast.Mrs. Shlan Roberta celebrated her 17th boat
Recovering convention people and the Death Penalty,
in Orlando last Friday.Mr. birthday on November 8.
L.A. Canova has as guests for Scot Campen is five years old to-
G. Carl Alder- day, November 8.Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Card
and Mrs. Ogden Bates 01. ten days Lake Of ThanksWe
Md. Mrs. James
man of Baltimore ,
Jacksonville were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Baby Shower
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. Otto Frank of Miller Seminole of Houston and Texas. The Mrs. Diane Hughes: and baby would like to express our ap-

SAWYERSLADEGASHuge Millers are also visiting her mother daughter,Jamie Paige were honored preciation and sincere thanks to each
f: Cora Marshburn In KeystoneHeigh" last Friday at a baby shower given by and everyone who volunteered their
BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST Mrs. Mrs. Shirley Moisten at her home in time and efforts Monday Sept. 22 and
Starke. Tuesday Sept. 23 In searching for
DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS John Wlikenon of Lawtey who had

I.: Selection Of Gas Heating Equipment Best Wishes strayed into the woods and became

"A reasonable man need only Lawrence Meng and Teresa Lam-
r A Model For Every Application Large Or Small to practice moderation to bas were married In Atlanta, It Is a great asset to have individuals

1 964-7954 find happiness." Goethe Georgia October 25. and organizations to assist

ANOTHER ENERGY SAVER FROM SAWYER They returned to Florida' on Sundayand local law enforcement !agencies in an
are spending some time in the all out effort to get a job done when

\ I It area with their parents.Mr. time is so Important. ,
_:.. and Mrs. Eugene Meng and Mr. Wilkerson was found safe", and j:
-- Heat When You Need It. daughter, Angela, went to Atlanta on unharmed after spending the night
t lost in the woods.
Saturday and helped Lawrence and
1;. (Budget Models) 01Tl.Rut' Teresa move back to Hampton Lake. THANKS AGAIN TO EVERYONE.
: Mrs. Davis Wanner and Carlton Harry WUkerson and Family!
,:, c f'M! Easily Installed 4 Meng of Jacksonville spent the

... weekend with their'parents, Mr. and
..t i Model 3 Brands IlfsaYarp0.I'WriN Mrs. Paul Meng and family.

.;j 10 Models Available' Hampton Elementary School s1
K PTA Meeting ,

." I,. Automatic Safety Control TouchEconomical. Clean The Hampton Elementary PTA .
plans a meeting at the school on
Cool Cabinet Warm Radiant '
$9800 Thursday>Nov. IS, at 7:30 p.m. This I
(Perfect For Area Heating) meeting was originally scheduled for

DEARBORN "WHOLE HOUSE" VIBURNUM KUMQUAT & CALOIONDIN Nav.13.. Details of the recent: Halloween; r

Many Units In Stock TREES Carnival will be given. This was con

HEATING To Directly Replace THESE ARE 01'CP $700 sidered the cooperation a very successful of everyone event concerned ,:and" The avaraga baby doubles his
G"4": $ ICO GRAFTEDNOW TREES is appreciated. weight at about 5 monthsof

WALL FURNACE Obsolete ".g. 2" BEARING FRUIT ".g. 7 Another bonus at this meeting will age.

Oil Heaters
Maquat HM| for Moat Horn** WE STILL HAVE A
.ftaqufrM No Duct Work nHION lOlL PINE BARKNUGGETS

For 85.000 BTU M..t4n8 Thermostat Controlled SPRAY GOOD SUPPLY OF .m\
WaN TharmoMat Tampatalura Control .
Direct Vent Heater ..r VEGETABLE AND HARRY DDS /
Automata GRUEN
Dual Spood Blower M *
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f Requires No Flue 2"a ,
17 Attractive Dacorattv Style* $-98 ANNUAL PLANTS.
i4 Optional .........1011 Perfect For Bedrooms B o. 3** t' AND .

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I 'd,I YOUR FALL GARDENING NEEDS,., AND REMEMBER, Announce he relocation of their officei,
;, Heat .la Economical *
I ', :' : Less Cost Than Electric Snip Heat WE GIVE FREE ADVICE
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332 W. Madison St Stark W94-77O1 "Phone '- f TefTphone ((904)964-5152) .; r'EiY..a .PE CO.)! ,
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'Offer Available At An Sawyer Gas Stores 64.ai04. LJIIS ." '

r Starke Jax, Jax. Bach Green Cove and Lake City Free Estimates On Landscaping And Lawn Maintenance "

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I i.. ', Christmas Parade Set' ly'tl Dec eU'?..'8, Tax Collector itp.. Search Out Delinquent Mobile Home Tags | 11

: Mobile home owner who haven't 'He said no one has given him any "It's hard to know the trailers see the tag he ......,* d a- ;,

\':/ Entries NeededThe paid their taxes in the past few yean trouble so far-e en' the people who out there," Kelly said,.,diN have been 87 vtotetkwa eo i\
: wfll be getting a visit from tax collector : OWe, $200 or $300.In. back taxes. why taxes had not been collected '
1\/ J.R. Kelly in upcoming weeks as previous years. he't spa d mobile borne owners can
Annual Christmas Parade will be held at 10 a.m., he makes his rounds collecting back Taxes are figured on footage-a Kelly asked that people homestead exemption and if
35-foot their in the window or in a
taxes. mobile home would cost $21
,Saturday, Dec. 8. Deadline to enter the parade is Friday, The project began earlier this year ". year In taxes, with five foot/$5 In-a ly visible place. He said If no one by January no mobile home ,I
\:' Dec. 7, at noon. when Zoning Director LM. Gaines '. 'crements. home when he comes around and have to be paid. i
,. &, All entries are asked to assemble at 9:30 a.m Dec. 8 at pointed out that a lot of tax money .' .
:'i)" the Bradford Square Shopping Center Parking Lot. was going uncollected and the situation .

\\I Iw" The Christmas Parade signals the kick-off of the local commission was Inequitable.told him to Gaines go ahead said and the Newhy.Gets more Starke CommissionTo from pg. 1
Christmas and has been annual for
jJ season an event a collect taxes, going back three years.
;<1 u{ number of years sponsored by your Chamber of Com-
'' .c merce. However) the zoning office did not ', 3 YearsA P...or Nat T. F.v 0 i
have the legal right to collect the : I
.a t. "We hope to have good participation from businesses taxes and the state attorney's office A motion passed several months ago to pave Polk Adkins and Colllngs Streets 'I
,.r churches, youth groups and all Individuals in BradfordCounty put a halt to the collection. Gaines 20-year old man received a three- ran Into some snags,commissioners discovered at Tuesday night's city commie- [ II
," says Chamber executive Bill Wilson. said by that time he had collected year sentence Monday in circuit court lion meeting. i
tl"" If wish to an in the Parade fill in close to$100,000 in mobile home taxes for grand theft and burliar Commissioner Wilbur Waters told commissioners work had begun on Polk 1
; you place entry please
;. from the Lawtey area. Ricky Newby 915 Crosby St, was Street; however, a problem had come up concerning trees on the right-of-way. i
the "Entry Blank" below and drop it by the Chamber Of- After the state attorney resolvedthe arrested In August for stealing drink Waters said to make a>>foot wide road several trees would have to be cut down, I
,;;;t: :: lice located at 202 S. Walnut St. OR mail it to: P.O. Box legal Issue, the tax collector was bottles from W.T. Jackson Inc. on which residents objected to. \
:" 1116, Starke, Fl. 32091. given the goa( ead. This Is the first Cherry Street. Newby was also con Waters said he was unsure if the motion passed was to have Polk Street paved I!
time the county has ever had such an nected with burglaries at Starke "as is" or whether the paving would entail larger ditches and fewer trees. ,
I*., t '.' effort to collect mobile home taxes. Builders Supply, Holiday Inn Gulf Commissioners agreed after some discussion that Polk Street was to be paved 1 ,
I Taxes collected are divided bet- Station, Seeber Goodman Standard as is. Residents on Polk Street said they only wanted a sufficient paving job. ) i
a, *spSlk .'......; "I i, t" li .';....' : :;" '.r ') '/>' ;:,,,, ween the county commission and Station Southslde Elementary not a wider road with big ditches. 2 i I
'!tfl!,f' ''Tlu.'rArTt.'. +alA4 t''j\," ",,,/w4Y.1,*,''I\', ii, school board. School.Johnson's Feed Store, and the Otis McKinney,who lives on Polk Street, said he would be willing circulate a f
,Nttl. rrdy .4'.- "t )h." ...j1' rQir. :71:Ilk! "'',G' 'lS 1JH! ';:,fi.v.::(. .. ,i Kelly said thus far $3,610 has been Old Starke Ice Plant. petition stating that residents want the road paved as Is. I
: (.,," ;..- .' / :", rv" I:' ;.J" !tr,1et ; .' ; '!It<. ;.' collected, with only $100 of that coming Newby was given five years probation City Attorney George Pierce said he would draw up document after getting r ,
>,}.; ;" .: '.., ':. " ( .. .. .. .,...,. :/ from new mobile home licenses. and ordered to serve three years a description of the right-of-ways to ensure the city was not paving on privateproperty.
., In Florida State Prison of the
,0<' .M 'It as part He explained that if a municipality maintains property that Is private
a .'- OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK li! sentence given by Circuit. Judge Osee for four years, it becomes the city's property after the individuals

III" y' 'j'"',r5, ft./'I!, ,.:. Frank WilliamsTo Fagan. dedicate the property. .I
j ." 'i'f., .+'\ !I Another 20-year old man Bryan
.b ",'\! '" "l.r'1l! I-,,.., Keith Sheffield was found guilty on fir. Doportm.nt Appointment Mod f :
.' ,:, .' \ 'IifIGir burglary charges and placed on probation
1':1: Nov. 15 (
ftfi\ X Dear Mr. Chairman; ; ,'';: ;:'''i .1, Speak for three years. As part of the The commission unanimously appointed Assistant Fire Chief Harry Crews to :
t'r' f.,-t ..'! sentence, Sheffield will serve six Fire Chief and made Capt. Dwayne Hardee assistant chief,
f toi>.. You can count on us. I<* ; months In Santa Fe Community Correctional The changes were made retroactive to Nov. 1. Fire Chief Eldon Sapp resignedin
At Health Gainesville.
.: MeetingA Center in August.
Troy Rayferrel King,'n,of Lawtey,
:II We will participate in the Annual Christmas Parade to be
was sentenced to two years probation
, H< held Saturday, December 8, 10 a.m. Nov.public 15, meeting at the is Bradford set next Friday County, for Albert possession of a sawed-off of shotgun.the Red Pecan Auction Set For for Nov. 15 : I ill
School Board meeting room, 582 N.
; .\\p: !,"'''' W" 'JI'iJ'-' !' y. Ave. at 7 p.m. and is spun' Honey Cafe In the Reno section was one-half cent per pound will be charged -
With the
season beginning
.... ., .... cored given two years probation for permitPing pecan
I "' by the District III Mental gambling in his establishment.A the Florida Department of to both grower and buyers.
,1' (NAME OF ORGANIZATION CLUB CHURCH Health Board featuring Rep. Frank Agriculture and Consumer Serviceshas .
oj o// presentence Investigation was It was also pointed out that buyers
Williams the
:: I j OR BUSINESS FIRM) .. ,r' V.>. \s as guest speaker. ordered in the violation of probation announced a Nov. 15 pecan auction must be licensed by the Florida
JIt .'. j.t...... a1', !"" ', The board Is responsible for plann- hearing of Harry Sheppard Jr., 50, a to take place at the Starke StateFarmen' Department of Agriculture or pay ,
I.,,. ,." ""1I! ing, coordinating, funding and FSP Inmate. Sheppard was charged Market. cash and growers checks will be
: SIGNED >:,,-.j. ",, ,>Yc) ) :. 'N'j,. evaluating mental health and with possession of a firearm. Since the pecan crop Is light in the mailed the following Monday after !
u." alcoholism services within Us Charlie Hawkins, an inmate at Bradford County area, auctions will the sale.
&PHONE NUMBER ', <<' 15-county district. Lawtey Correctional Institute, was not be held Thursday night,
-0-. | ? ;A,. ;,:!. every Allen stressed that pecans should J
"'fcJTYPE' # '. ."! The film "Mental Health: A Community found guilty on charges of possession said Robert Allen, marketing not be put in or plastic bags
; OF ENTRY1_ of will also be shown. substance and Introduction
Caring" controlled
: .of a specialist In the FDACS marketing and that the same variety of pecans .!
Everyone Is invited to attend. ,of contraband Into a division. '
lit should be separated so they can be
',\\1 i prison.ordered.A presentence investigationwas Allen said the pecans must be weighed at the same time.
For further information, call
weighed between 8 a.m and noon on
r the day of the sale, with the sale 964-6951 or 4851140.

I :f. I"" Bradford School Food Service Unit Hosts Region 4 at Saturday Meeting: beginning at 1 p.m. A market fee of FFA NewsThe

I ", The Bradford County School Food principal of Bradford County High Geraldine McCoy. Certification, Mrs. ing to improve school food service' in Jr. FFA Chapter did well
their very
', Service Association hosted the RegionIV School welcomed the members to the Lucille Gladney, Building Fund, Mrs. The areas.members were entertained by Lunch Menu In the forestry contest with Lori Allen
Food Service Associations Nov. school. Rev. Donald Sheets Dottie Jones, Convention Highlights
on high gave. local talent, Dee Gasklns and Randell placing second In Occular and Robbie
3 at the Bradford County High the Invocation. from San Francisco and Miss Annie Crawford from Lawtey, Randy MONDAY: Fish, cheese grits, turnip Harris placing fourth in pulpwood. I"I
))4'' Auditorium. Guest speakers for the day included Kendricks, Region IV Director, Crews, Andy Crews Chuck Johnson greens, fruit cup, cornbread, milk. The Jr. Chapter placed fifth overall
The Association members were Mrs. Barbara Warsh,President of the Mistress of Ceremonies. Each county and Chub Johnson, "The TUESDAY: Boiled beans with ham and the Sr. Chapter placed tenth.
.:"' welcomed to Bradford County by Florida School Food Service Association president Including BCSFSA President Messengers" from Grace Baptist /i spiced ham'sandwich, cabbageand Overall there were 26 teams that par. :..
school superintendent, Mr. Thomas Mrs, Bronna Godwin, Mrs. Elizabeth Dean spoke on Church. carrot salad,peaches, peanut ticipated.
'"' L. Casey, Jr. Mr. James Duncan, Legislative Committee, Ms. what their local associations are do- After the meeting the members enJoyed butter cookie, milk.
OCCULAR; Lori Allen, Bobby Starl-
WEDNESDAY: Hamburger on bun I
luncheon in the new high
a Ing.
lettuce, tomato, pickle, green
Iv' school cafeteria prepared by Mrs.An- r rJi
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hid Lee Alvarez, her staff and person- beans, strawberry ..shortcake. .
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I ; Energy Lecture Set ForNov.14 Doug Sjpears of UCI Elected Present David Newhani

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2 ASSEMBLIES WED. !'\iOAT Cobb uses this equipment and other Of 8-County; Prison Employees UnionDoug Hospitalized AgainDavid
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL devices to describe the sources of our .
AUDITORIUM: : A.M.: and JO:18 energy today, methods we use for & '" Newham, 24 of Starke has-
A.M. power generation, possible future Spears of Union Correctional ty Community Correctional Institution tor's Inlet Correctional been hospitalized again because (NT:
i sources of and the social, Institution (lid) was elected 1979-80 (LCCI), and Ed Massey, LawUv Institution.
energy The union local nervousness anxiety crew
president of the Northeast Correctional Institution representsmembers
PUBLIC INVITED. economic and environmental choiceswe Florida (LWDTrustees ) in seven counties: from a blow he received to the halt
Corrections Local
Union No. 2848 are P.J. Norman UCI
face when we use energy One of ; Alachua Baker while working as a guard at Union
Bradford .
Bill Thornburgh of Florida State William Prulett. UCI. and Ben Coleman Clay, Columbia .
Issue he is
Energy Topic the choices discusses conserva Dixie and Union. Correctional Institution. :
doesn't lust of the who holds B.S. Prison (FSP) Is the new vice- LWCI.
Energy pop out tion. Mr. Cobb, a '
i Three of
4 walls. But where does it come from? degree in Science Education from president, R.C. Knight of the Recep'Win Local 2848 represents nearly 3.000 at the the state 80 officers were Installed Newham was hit !in the back of the:
: How do we use it? Why is It getting ex Mississippi State University, has had and Medical Center. in Lake employees of eight area correctional Orlando union conventionin head several times on the morning of.
{. pensive? This Is the subject of a special training from ORAU about the Butler IRMC) is recording secretary institutionsFlorida: State Prison, Zandt of recently William Van March 21 by an Inmate at the prison,';
special traveling program for high complex subject of energy. and James Rupp, RMC, is secretary- Union Correctional Institution, the to International Washington Union, D.C..Presdient assistant He was in Shands Hospital for about
schools and civic clubs called "Energy Today and Tomorrow" treasurer. Reception and Medical Center at two months, undergoing major brain
"Energy Today and Tomorrow". The program scheduled here is one of 30 Members of the executive board of Lake Butler Lawtey Correctional Institution Jerry tions Wurf of office administered the obliga- surgery twice and minor brain
to President
program, developed and operated by similar units appearing daily at high Local 2848 for 1979-80 are Lee Selberl- Baker Correctionallnstltu- VIce-President Doug surgery once. ;"
Spears Bill Thorn-
Oak Ridge Associated Universities schools in different parts of the country Ing. FSP; Joe Wiggs. RMC; Clark tion Lake City Community Center
ORAU), is sponsored by Florida They are part of an extensive Tolliver. UCI; Jewel Larson Lake Ci' 'the Gainesville Road Prison,and Doc- burgh and Executive Board MemberLee Newham was under p1ychlatr4*.
Power and Light Company, Jacksonville exhibits designedto care of Dr. Arthur Sullwold, from}
traveling program Legion Post 56 To Observe Veteran's Those three officers and Roy Rlt- Shands Hospital That hospital's,,
Electric Authority Tampa bring the public a greater Day they were delegates to the first annual -
psychiatric ward was full so Newhamwas
Gulf Power of and its
Company. understanding uses.
Company energy American Legion Post 56. 720 Edwards tend. convention of the Florida Council admitted to the psyciatric elide:
and the Florida State Energy Office They are modeled alter an older
It features an array of unusual electronic ORAU program, "This Atomic Road. Starke. will observe The menu will be eggs, bacon No 79 of the American Federation of In Alachua General under the careof,
teaching devices such as an World", which has been presented In Veterans Day. Sunday Nov. 11. by toast, coffee and the military type of State, County, and Municipal Dr. Gary Hanklns according ,toj
animated garbage can that high schools throughout the nation having a breakfast for Its membersand beef on toast Some members of the Employees (AFSCME) which Newham. :
demonstrates the value of recycling, since 1955. other veterans and wives who Post voted against the "Beef on represents over 90,000 employees in Newham expects: to be in the*
a bicycle that generates electricity, ORAU is a non profit education and wish to attend from 8-9.30: m. After Toast" but the Chefs stated that the Florida and one-million nationally. hospital for 2-4 weeks during UusUCI <
an electrostatic precipator to control research consortium of 46 Southern the meeting members will display "Beef on a Shingle" will be served as Highlights of the Orlando conven- g ta y. .,
pollution and an electric motorcycle. colleges and universities. American Flags along US-301 and at it was in the military mess halls. tion were addresses by U.S.Secretary Inmate Frank Evans,22. black;:
The teacher-demonstrator, Jim their homes. They urge the public to "It is a day of patriotism and appreciation of Labor Ray Marshall,Florida Dept.of male, is charged with hittlpg.;
do the same. and we hope that all our Labor Secretary Wally Orr, and Newham in head by the state ato
There will be a very brief memorial people and especially veterans, will U.S. Senator Richard Stone torney's office in Union County. ,:.;
::1 Seventh Day stili-1'niini' SfHnmor Multi/thanic; VanIIIKK service at 8:30: a.m. in memory of take part In some way to show their D-Miami. Evans, who plead not guilty to th*,
those who gave their lives during past love of country and honor for veterans The convention unanimously pass- attack, will go on trial in Union Coun-
but who ed, with a standing ovation, a resolution to the
wars no speeches. fought our wars, stated Post ty In December, according
: : and that you eat all the followingmenu Commander Bill Wilson and Vice. Service Officer Bill Haas. calling for the opening up all con- state attorney's office.
The Multphasic Van will be in Commander George Pierce are the The hour for the breakfast was set tracts to negotiate needed additional Evans is charged with attemptedfirst
Starke on Nov 14 in front of Winn- Onel( ) cup of cornflakes or "Chefs."All Veterans and their wivesan from 8 9:30: in order that Veteransand cost of living wage adjustments due to degree murder, possession of*
Dixie Store.! U S 30IS from 10 a m to oatmeal. current inflationary Increases In the
the County are invited and urged to their wives could attend church. ,battery of.
4pm The Multphasic Van is being Onel( ) tablespoon of sugar-added attend. They are urged to brought to Starke as a public service to cereal or 964-7213 prior to 5 p m on Friday the breakfast and the church of negotiated contracts within the habitual offender. .'
under the sponsorship of the Seventh- One) II> cup milk on cereal. Nov 9, in order that the Post can their choice on Veterans Day," commented presidential guidelines of seven'percent Evans Is serving time for convjo
day Adventist Church TWOf21< > slices of toast. estimate the number who plan to al Commander Bill Wilson. but inflation Is now double that. tions of robbery and other felonies.
One< 1)) tablespoon jelly
I There is !NO UlAKGK for this ser- Onei J egg if desired.
f vice and the public is encouraged to One(l' cup hot drink.
f come out and participate The screening Following breakfast and until th
program will include blood tests are completed, do not drink liquids !it
t' pressure hemoglobin diabetic and other than water or eat any footor
glaucoma tests Diabolic tests can on- candy,or smoke chew gum,cougt --
ly be provided for those persons who drops etc otherwise the test will nol) '. 'Jltss I
f have eaten the prescribed diet on be valid Please arrive fifteen C US) 4 l
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It is very important for this test that order to registerNo ENTER OUR
you finish this breakfast two <(2, hours known glaucoma or diabetic WON '
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.ORTANT DATES. DON'T man and Chad Thornton They took First 1 Community News 'II

Mevember FORGET: in Solar Energy Been their atiions.mpkha for Hallo BaptistDouglas : -

Workshop in 8KB Science Dept. 9-ii Mrs. Crawford's third grade class Knapp missionary to Tan- contenmee will begin Sunday., Nov. vices.
bad a drawing contest during HaBo- taniaTEast the By Elizabeth Walker
: Africa will be guestspeaker II.
imber X ft It ween. The winners receiving: prizes for both worship services at Pb...1I4-etQ Church .f CM IB Chrlsli Sunday local Sunday School win be conducted by.
guest supt teachers. Morning
Teaching of were VaMes DeSue. Kelly Hester and First Baptist Church In Starke Sun The Concerned Citizens win meet
School ':30 a.m., Moraine
*EJetn. 3:30-6:90: P.M. Nicky Montgomery.Mrs. day morning Nov. U. He will share Thursday, Nov. 2e.Instead of Nov. 33. 11:20 a.m. with Mirdst service at 11 ajn. with Rev. Joe
Our school thanks Bradford High Long's class and Mrs. Ran from Southern Baptist mis Thanksgiving Day. All members are in Dewey Nathan Merely olGainea.w.tine .conduc
The Church
Taylor of God
for their homecoming parade on Nov. dolph' class attended the Special sloe activities In Tukuyu Tanzania asked to attend. Those who are not In Christ charge.: with Minister the service.: Dinner will be servedat
2. The children Olympics at Bradford Middle members please 1 p.m. Evening service at 3 p.m.
enjoyed the band. SCboo!. and nearby districts. Join. The help of ali Dewey Taylor in will
clowns, floats. ROTC Wednesday Nov. 7. The citizens is needed. chart : with Elder D.H.WWlame and congregation -
and all the followingDarrel Doug Knapp.la one of 2,800 service service at New Bethel
In charge Church of God in
other excitement last students participated Sharon Davis. Church Activities
during :
Friday's missionaries woo In
serve more Church.
: 8:30: Evening
p.m. Christ Starke. Communion immediately
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parade.There. Rick. John Davis Alberi than 95 countries around the world. The Choir Federation will observe service: at 7:30 with Minister
will be a workshop offered Baugess Henry Wilkes and Tony Southern Baptist fully support and Its anniversary. Monday through Dewey Taylor conducting p.m. service.Tuesday members after...asked evening to cooperate service.with All
for. Bradford Melecio. Saturday Nov.
County teachers onDiagnosticPrescriptive provide for their needs as they .m. and .
Bible Band
at 7
p.m. Friday all activities All ..
friends InvitedCalvary
The drill and shoot Sunday Nor at .
U. 3
Teaching of run. competition minister In the name of Christ mGoddlIn church service: at 7:90: Satan
Math. Monday Dec. 3 and Wed. Dec. set the stage for the Special Olympics Doug and Evelyn Knapp have been DUD true Church of unity day M p.m., Adult Choir p.m.rehearsal.Pleasaot held Baptist first Chorea: Service is
B from 3:306:30 during the 1979-eo school Church choirs every Sunday
; : p.m.The consultant year. working In the Rungne-Kwela district appearing: Monday. Grove United Metaedlat. .
win be Dr. James Cangelosl from the In Mrs. Tetstone's second grade of Tanzania for 12 years. He serves. New Hope Choir; 1'UeIdaY.1.St Johns Church: Monday before the second each Prayer meeting and Bible Study
University 01 North Florida. Tbt class Tiffany Clark and Adrian an agricultural missionary. Choir: Wednesday Zion AME Sunday Young Adult Choir rehearses Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Dinners
Arles will be held at our school. Mosley are celebrating their birthdays Agricultural evangelism seeks to help Church choir; day Free Canaan Sunday: Sunday. School only. win be sold Saturday starting at 11

t!Bradford this month. people with their ph'Ilcal1Ieeda: while True Church: of God in Unity Choir; Free Canaan Trae Church ef God I. a.m.
hold In HiNov.Science On Nov. lour class welcomed Luis presenting the gospel of Christ to Saturday. Ebenezer Baptist Church Daily i Monday,7 p.m. Prayer Band. '
Department on Moreno a new student from Alaska. meet their spiritual needs. choir- All choirs in Federa Tuesday choir rehearsal at 9 NOTICE Rev. Nathaniel and his
Bradford County teachers. Each During the month of November Doug Knapp is r tion will may Tarrying Service at p.m.Wedneajay 7:30 singing group and the Voices of
school that participates will build a students In Mrs. Tetstone's room are than 80 churches': and loconalantiy The Bradford County Christian Missionary p.m. Friday at 7:30 p.m. church.... Thunder from Jacksonville will ap
sfttar demonstration model to take reading books to win the award of called on to advise and demonstrateon and Literary Society: will vice. Sunday School a.m. Morning pear Sunday aU p.m.at the Church of )
back to the school. Demonstrationsand Reading Chief. When a student reads proper farming methods. sponsor a Thanksgiving service service 11 a.m. Evening Service ep.m. God m Christ on Pine Street You are I
film-strips will be shown from a book a feather Is given to the child Wednesday Nov.14,at St.Johns Bap invited. '
WOO A.M. 12 Noon. A make-it and for his/her Indian headband The winner list Church In Lawtey at a p.m. Rev. AnUech Missionary Baptist Church
take-it session will be held on Saturday receiving the most feathers will Willie Huffman pastor and Rev. RJ. Each Thursday at 7 Prayer Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
from 1 to 4 p.m. Please contact be treated to McDonald's on Nov. 30. Blaine will deliver the message. Meeting. Sunday ScbooI.t.o p.m.a.m. Morning Church Monday: I p.m. Fund tale ;
David Brooks at BUS for more information Church ef God of Prophecy t Sunday Worship at 11 a.m.The choir will inC JII'OCfe8Ileadilllllp to our annual r! .
before Nov. 12.Class School..m.. Morning Worship 11 be at the Starke Nursing Home at 2 triple choirs: anniversary with Mrs.
UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH a.m.. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Evening service at Mamie McCutchen and Mrs. Cynthia
p.m. epm.
,d S4N.Waters McCutchen in
Conference Nov
Ml: The East Mt.Morlah United Methodist Church charge.
News Rev.0.l..Wells Pastor Florida Conference: will begin Thursday. Sunday School: only Choir No. 1 will Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. Prayer I. ,
The students in Mrs.Goodall's class OI., in Jacksonville. Thefollowing their choir Nov. Meeting.Wednesday. :
had a pumpkin carving contest Friday WEDNESDAY Bible Study, 7:30: Babies may rebel against Ministers from Starke will sponsor 16 at 7:30: The public is invited.: : 7230 p.m. McKay's 4 I
,Oct.: 28.The students divided Into p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 potato, to math them very be attending: F.W. Richardson from First Born Church: of the Uvtog God Circle: will meet at Mrs. Gertrude I
groups to carve their pumpkins. The a.m.. Evangelistic Service 7:30: p.m. smoothly and mix with Mt Pisgah, Rev. W.H. ZaDderwI Friday at 6:30 Bible study. Friday Covington's. Lee's circle will meet at >
winning group consisted of Charles Matt. 7:21-23: ; Matt. 16:17-19; Acts plenty of milk until he Greater Allen Chapel. Starke. and at 7:30: p.m.p.m.Tarrying service. Mrs. Barbara Dean.Blye's Circle will I.
Hamilton, Ricky Kimutus Chet Nor 23739.: gets used to the tait*. Rev Shakeapear Lawtey. The new Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning service meet at Mrs. Johnnie Cuf fee.
Thursday: 7:30: Story Hour
11 a.m. YPCW at 6 p.m. .
: 6:00: p.m. Junior Choir
New Bethel Baptist Church Wed. rehearsal
Prayer meeting at 7 p.m. The church
6:00: p.m. Mrs. Johnnie Cuffs
and wW
anniversary begin
and Ms. Blond Eva
Rlsby will sponsor
Rev. I
Thursday. Eugene Ganey
the program for our choir's: anniversary.
pastor of First Baptist Church In
SIOOO.OO CASH WUINERSPLAYINGj Gainesville and St Joseph Baptist
Saturday Dinners will be
Church Archer Fla. and Elder : sold
from the church
Sampson White pastor of Free Canaan kitchen.
MONDAY NIGHT Sunday: The pastor and eongrep"Uon
True Church of God in Starke,
will conduct services. at ap.m. scheduled to worship with True
'-f Rev. Jones pastor of Antioch Vine Free Will Baptist Church In
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ProfootbaMss. Baptist Church Jacksonville: and Daytona to Beach Fla.Everyone is asked
meet at the church
Rev. Jeremiah Robinson of Royal at 8:30: a.m.
Tabernacle Baptist will conduct ser- as we are scheduled: to be there at 11
a.m. The public Is invited to
with us In all our services. ,

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: plttllIS' M. Louisa ..... to I K" .H'_ 90Wlz.,. For November
Yt MoaaMT .. MOMEOE JERKY fNAMEi week ...... 't ."...... .....IN' 17
COMPLETE DETAILS AT YOUR PANTRY PRIDE c.. ; .."" ...... ...,- Gene RossQ.
The Employees Club of Lawtey Correctional

_.._ __... Institution will
ALL '" Awr MCI.000 E ea0.MV.M.nrsi ouAHmt MOMTS .D. sponsor a
IM M.!*...nun-....- My air conditioner Turkey Shoot on Saturday Nov. 17.
Beef Blade Chuck Steak LI SI&1 1 e / puts out plenty of air The shoot will begin at 8 a.m. and will
be held at the LWCI Pistol Range In
*M .u..iii eea mm win aM but It doesn't cool the
Sirloin Steak u S251 e car aa much aa I thinkIt Lawtey.

W. should. There are no
Boneless Chuck Roast u ,
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Boneless.rw.wn.aaswrrrurwrrr Stewing BeelTWru' SI 1 1"IM and all fuel are good. WESTSIDE

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Freshly/ Ground Beef ultMkMitntliMKOiMUunMM A. Start the angina and have MOBILE a'
someone In the car turn the
u'l11IMW 1 COUM alr .oondttloncr setting to .
Pork Loin as ""
Quarter '
>l.M..,unM till' J a .TO 3 ie natle maximum clutch 000ll should t. The begin mass ro. Plenty' Of Gas!!? ;

Fresh Pork Steaks. a 6 To ( tating. U It don not the unit
M ww 'M. mmnunme till ra.ww will blow only unrefrigeratad .y
Center Cut Pork Chops ,L 10l w'rSnoked u air. The clutch engages the 92.9
... LB Reg.99ee
u784 drive pump pulley to pump ..
Picnics SAYS 204 A V SAY: 200 A u eAVt 200 A u refrigerant through the
nil.M Ma l n l u>mm lu 0 Y .._mm aystam.If the clutch engage. Unleaded

Fryer Combination 'SSSSZSl1Pantry :: LI 98A (begins rotating) but air does ................................. ,
I.M w r ar I.II will-r sea ....ww 00...,.0r -mum. mmum eu- not cool sufficiently condenser
Pride Sour Cream 68A Oscar Mayer Bologna 88A lIlaunscllwllier 68A Sunnyland Sausage SI" with leaves core and may bugs.be clogged Clean ALL BRANDS

Pantry uamttmtfrnma Pride Cottage Cheese S11. Merico wwrAaavrlwrraMwW Cookies 98A% Sunnyland IATwr/lwraLlrlPS Sausage. >SI;1u Braunsweiger l"--. ... S11'1 1.w with bristled long-handled brush. Don't soft-'usscompre.s.d .....CIGARETTES...................S'.....CTN...... \.
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wr nee .wl ruT wasAa air. Air blastscould
Pantry Pride Cream Cheese 686 Pens.Assorted Dips 3r 1 Fyne Taste Meat Franks 984M" tykes Sugar Creek Weiners Slot damage fins. If clutch Pepsi 'I" 8 Pk. '

.._ --- don not engage when controls ,
liced American Singles( SI31 I Les Cal Yogurt 4/M/ 1 Sliced Imported Hams ORANGE MRS. FILOIRTSOOUMM are set at a maximum ICE 65
T "S
-..... .IUICE cooling,the compressor must .fl
Quarter's oleo 43C Oils Meat Franks Smithfield Roll Sausage 784 M TMM T CUM I MARQARINISMOKED b. disassembled for defective P................................
-.....- tm."*.imn $2M" Mem 48c clutch repair..
Pllltry Pride Biscuits 68C Sliced Meat Bologna Pantry Pride Lunch Meats f1""r:"'98C .xa 0-5 Six Days A Week

.. MXUM on mo-iN Tutu I Aatorootiva Parts Center 760 W. Madison 8tStarke.
." ROAST BACON Starke Fla.

I 1"ss !] $*83S i 9& I SPARE scou"t! BREAKFAST i Ck j flSty/

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listerine; :Mouthwash -rr" S117 BAK2EXS m0NTONE Euyf in Frozen fbcJlolaids ?/ FLORIDA.

;1i'lti.sb;; .Cream' 59t ,DISH, CLOTHS J 7" BOWLS JSetf Pride; Orange Juice 3/M 1 Purpose of the meeting Is to review the

pnTroothpasteDeodorant S11. '' '" 494 progress to date and to take such actionas
PKQ. OP 12 148 HAND 99C Whipped Topping
tw weir 99'.1 PAINTED may be required to issue bonds and to
3111 1
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...-.11'1.- .I ---- consider such other matters that may
/ Tablets SI"i LUX FINAL Morton Pumpkin Pies 894
before the Authority.A .
IM wlI*n Um M/00.O.Ir lw
@(hitb Rain Hair Spray 1"LIQUID Morton Mines Pies 894

IMBM M.!...* ; TOUCH 1.11 copy of the agenda may' be obtainedby
.Bret Spray Deodorant Dormassage ,Dish liquid
99t DETERGENT 584 writing to Dudley P. Hardy, Authority

(Fjbcrge'r'ii"iic"Sbampoo Organic Rinse 99t SAV.204f',ONEQUART*137 aavt2s4 18'9 f Fab Dermassage Laundry Dish Detergent liquid flu Attorney, P. O. Box" 1030.' Starko, Florida

-...-.. 640z -- 5277; 32091 ,
jQrganic. Conditioner" Puritan Oil

'A Oi '::IDC. CASTLEBERRYS ,W. Roberts. Chairman
......lIIOn M.a... .."MawlCK_ ,.

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I 320* BTL. .AM r+ MwuTUaa sAr.er Son: e.r..w I. ...TanaI

'" Bradford County, FloridaT

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by Elisabeth Terry Personals: Lawtey : aunt Mrs. Edna Harvey and Mrs.
Mrs Phyllis Newell of Ecquador: Clara Mae Bennett of Seville on SUn-
CHURCH ACTIVITIES South America, called her mother, day afternoon
Grace United Methodist We were Mrs. Walter Martin. Sunday night. attended the State Retirees Dinner at Col. Mrs. Ola Starling and Mrs. Daisy
saddened thU past week by the passing They are getting along fine and are Lake Butler Community Center on couples Boch attended a Gospel Sing at Grace
of the wife of one of our members, teaching different tribes of Indians in Saturday.Mrs. to the Baptist Church near Starke, on Sun-
Mrs. John (Elizabeth) Stables. Our the Lemonchoca Jungle. Joyce Futch of Blackshear day afternoon
prayers are with Mr. Stables.We Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear Ga., was a Saturday supper guest! of game on of Mr. and :Mrs. Fleam Starling
were gladdened however, when Ca., was a dinner guest of her sister Mrs. Carl Prevail and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. visited Mrs. Bertie Hobbs in Lake City -
Mr. Trautwine. who had been in the Miss Elizabeth Terry on Saturday. Truman Norman. son, of on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Starke Hospital for the past two They attended the revival meeting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell and Mr. weekend and Mrs. Fleam Starling were
weeks was found sitting in his usual Highland on Saturday ntte. and Mrs. Duane Howell of Pompano Walter Thursday overnight and Friday
place during worship.Still Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCombs, of Beach, were Saturday overnight recently. guests of their son and daughter-in-
continue to visit Mrs. Eloise Jacksonville, visited their brother guests of Mrs. Gene Howell'a brother. Mr. law Mr. and Mrs Robert Starling ofJaciLSOtrvlUe.
Olin at Alacfcua General Hospital and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. An- in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Earl family her .
Gainesville and Kenneth Howard in drew McCombs on their way to the Troxell.SSS888S888SSS8SS8SS8888S.
the Baptist Hospital,Jacksonville.The eye specialist at Shands Hospital,
Thrift Sain is moving becausethe Gainesville on Wednesday.Mrs. .
building is no longer available. Do Seeb Andrews of I
watch for further word about the Wildwood : !@@i I @: :@!! !@@@ @@ J@ e@@eeea
keep spent Saturday with her mother Mrs.

Then Shop.Fellowship Supper for the ed Fred Moore her sister-in-law and while there she call- Nov. 9 Is the day for retaking pictures receive : and Mrs. Donna Hartley is very proudof
on Mrs. Michael of students at Southslde. from our all her students who sold raffle
month of November will be on the
Moore and her
18th. The time has been changed to Marie. new niece, Trisha Nov.21-23, Thanksgiving Holidays act ; ticket for the Halloween Carnival.She .
"eating promptly at 6:30": The profits is especially proud of Robyn
Buddy Thompson and grandson, of The Halloween Carnival was a success '. Bryant and Scotty Brimmer for /selling
for the evening will be
t' our Special orchestra guest who will be performing Crosby Lake, visited and his mother, Mrs. with a large crowd attending and paid.We ; Iris the most tickets in the class. The
"Solo" for the first time. Daisy Thompson brother-in-law enjoying the evening of fun at are students have Just completed a most
; and sister Mr. and Mrs Millard Jor- Southslde. The school thanks all who tion of informative and interesting week of
Miss Teresa Wilkerson was the winner dan last :: and
: of the"Sword Banner"during the Sunday. afternoon. worked so hard, donated time, to begin library Instruction in the library with
:1 Sword Drill this Sunday during EARLY Christina Marie and Kendall Bryan money, and/or items for use at the patrol is Mrs. Burney Winkler the Instructor.
CHURCH. Mobley Macclenny, spent the carnival for sale or for prizes. sion of. With this instruction they should be
weekend with their grandparents, Without the help of the able to find books in library.
The church was blessed by a lovely Mr. and Mrs. Frank community big any
solo given by our music director, Mrs. Camp. staff, and students the carnival couldnot Good spellers from Mrs. Carol
Judy Becker. The choir, under her State Retirees Pierce Dinner Crews, attended the be produced. The girl selling the girls '. Clark's fourth grade are Daren Allen
direction, is a special blessing to all Center at Lake Butler most raffle tickets for the bicycle and positive Pam Carter Beverly Ellis, Lloyd
.i, who hear them. Community. and Mrs. Doss on Saturday.Mr. the radio was Lisa Tierney in Mrs. ty: Jeff Gilpin Kim Griffis, Julie Haisten,
VERY IMPORTANT! HALL Higginbotham, Iva Jean Hatred's fourth grade. The from Tommy Hardenbrook, Judson
of Maxville
MEMBERS of the adult choir and the their mobile,home spent here.the weekend at boy selling the most raffle tickets was Thelma ; Jackson, Charles Mullins, Eric Naz-
Eric Lane in Mrs. Sandra Duncan's Tarra Roberts, John Stanwix-
choir..BE THERE every my and
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie
Wednesday evening at 7:00: pm. for and Mrs Les McClellan Kelly Flossie Mr. fifth grade. Both of these studentswon from Hay. Lynda Wilson, and Gary''
/ practice on the Christmas program. Rosier and Mr and Mrs. transistor radios. The bicycle grade; Wilberg. Mrs. Cason will be working .
Mrs. Hub Harley winner was Larry Glisson of Starke McRae as a volunteer in Mrs. Clarks room
and the portable radio winner was on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Her help
Fred Tyene of Gainesvile. The first ; : : : will be greatly appreciated.Thanks to
It .. place winner for the best decorated Jimmy Jordan and Lynda Wilson for
a- 4Legals -. -t
booth was the haunted house Job collecting money for
decorated by the rooms of Mrs Carol doughnuts and popcorn. Parents are
PUBLIC MEETINGThe Council and It. health The Plans are Clark and Mrs. Barbara Chaff. The invited to help Mrs. Clark's room
plan. Area residents' available for public second place winner was the ham celebrate at party on Friday,Nov.9
Florldo North Health Planning Control will voice have a chance and to. review ot the Council offices burger stand decorated by Ms. DeaMoredock's 7:00: 7823354"i when they realize the results of winn-
questions comments In Gainesville and
and Mrs. Sandra Duncan' ing the best-decorated booth at the
will hold
Council Inc. a on the HEALTH In all local libraries and
public meeting at the SYSTEMS PLAN and 1980 clerk's offices. rooms. These rooms will carnival.
following time and loco ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION Written comments on :
tlon : : 22 =ZJ : :
: PLAN. the Plan. may also be
Wednesday Rtvlsed or added sections sent to the Council office the
November M-7.30: p.m. In this year's through November 37 CUB SCOUTS ; 4-H
Alochuo CountyAdministration HEALTH SYSTEMS PLAN 1979. 8:30: a :
Bldg. Include: Child Health For further Information by .West
t .4th Floor County Commission Health Education, Environmental contact: The North The Webelos of Pack 673 won third
Board Room 21 Health,. Central Florida Health place and had a great time at the NEWS:
East University Avenue, Hospice Car, Specialized Planning Council, Inc.. Camp Blanding encampment Oct. 19.
f Gainesville Florida. Services, Maternaland ((904)) 377.4404, 3002 They came in first place In log saw-
The will Include ,
meeting Newborn Care Inpatient NW. 13th Street Suite
ing, tied with another Pack In the - -
f presentation an Informational on the and Transportation.Pediatric Care 32601.r 103 Gainesville. Florida 3-legged race, and placed in the "1 The Lucky Leaf 4-H Club met Tuesday -
obstacle course. Our boys were: Oct. 30 at the home of J.H.
r David Whittle, Reggie Leverson, Faulkner and elected new officers.
Patrick Diggs, James Thornton, Ike Elected were: Robert Carver,
i NOTICE TO HOME MORTGAGE LENDERS IN BRADFORD Pernell, Darian Pegues, Michael The 13, president; Junior Underhill, vice-
t; COUNTY, FLORIDA. West, Jr., Roger Rowe and Johnny Office of president; Susan Sapp, Secretary;
I Jackson, Jr. Our leaders were: Don- sent 13, Barbara Underhill,treasurer; Gerald
nie Burch and Mike West, Sr. Holt, reporter; and Jamey Carver,,
"A VERY SPECIAL THANKS, TO 20, chaplain.
The Housing Finance Authority of Bradford County THE VERY SPECIAL LEADER WE Ideas program Members discussed plans for the
HAVE IN DONNIE BURCH." upcoming year and afterward
Florida anticipates the issuance of BONDS for the pur Webelosi: David Whittle and plies everyone enjoyed a Halloween party.

pose of providing low Interest rate mortgage loans to Michael West, Jr. each earned nounces
another activity badge.
r persons of moderate middle or lesser Incomes who Miriam Robida, Denise Wishart hibits tension be
and Carolyn West took the Cubs to the teen Card Of Thanks '
otherwise could not afford decent, safe and sanitary Encampment the 20th of Oct. Those i -

housing. In doing so the Authority will require the services attending were: Allen Porter, Mlt- will be .
booWs"wouid llka.to. .
.chellCray, Kevin Blankenshipr ".tfillel'* : all! ru expcess rourvap.o
of qualffrecf'residential' mortgage lenders to Nettles James Younts Billy Starke, na predation and sincere thanks to each
Whitney Richard LeNeave Reggie and everyone who volunteered their
and service loans be
; originate mortgage to purchasedby Crum, John Burch, Jr. and Sean Ex time and efforts Monday,Sept.22 and
the Authority from the proceeds of such bonds.To Starling. Tuesday, Sept. 23 in searching for I
Our Pack meeting was a ghoulishand John Wilkerson of Lawtey who had
qualify as a Participant: haunting success! strayed into the woods and became f
The winners for the best costume lost.
: 1. Lenders must have originated mortgage loans were: 1st place, David Whittle; 2nd It Is a great asset to have Individuals ;
i in Bradford County place, Sean Starling; 3rd Plaeei and organizations to assist 5
James Thornton. The local law enforcement agencies in an a
2. Be an approved seller and servker by the was Denise Wishart and the HAND- 19 all out effort to get a job done when ;
SOMEST guy was Donnie Burch. time Is so important. J
Federal National Association the Federal
Mortgage or All winners received Dairy Queen Mr. Wilkerson was found safe and.
Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, and tokens, courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. unharmed after spending the night
David Porter.Tokens were also givento lost in the woods. .
\ 3. Meet certain other requirements. Chris and Tracy West for all their THANKS AGAIN TO EVERYONE.

Any Firm or entity that wishes to be considered as help.We want to welcome to our Pack the Harry Wilkerson and Family 9

an originator and servlcer of the Authority mortgage following boys and their parents: !
Julian DeSue, Sean Starling,
loans shall indicate Its' Interest by notifying the Reginald Crum, James Younts,

Authority Attorney at the following address: DudleyP. Whitney.Richard LeNeave and William (Billy) I

Hardy, P.O. Box 1030, Starke Fl. 32091. Expressionof Many thanks to our Wolf, Allen $50 $50 $50
Porter, for leading the new Bobcats in 1
interest should be mailed so that they are received saying the Cub Scout Promise and the i

by the Authority Attorney no later than 12 Noon, Law Our of Bear the,Pack.Kevin Blankenship,is do J

November 15. 1979. ing well best after wishes his recent and surgery.prayers ThePack's are SAVINGS BOND WITH PURCHASE OF i

Those expressing an Interest In the program will be with you Kevin.
furnished Cub Pack 673 sends best wishes to I
information after this
the Cub Scouts .
new forming in -,. .- .. -
date.I' Lawtey.

George W. Robert.,Chairman "There Is no wealth but c"e .
Housing' Finance Authority of lift." John Ruskin "

I' Bradford County, Florida tS

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y B Presenting The Younger Brothers Band : .;- ,_ vGe

Wed. Thru Sat. Night ,-1. 1 ,

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Ladies Night'Tuesday ". -
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",::I i'' Happy Hour All Day Mon ?t ? ABJSr.diVpM? ,tid 8.y! REPAIRS. 1F

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Wear Your Sox & "
: Bobby Pigtails st TOO 'ir,, lf .

:'t;. \ t': Reservations Accepted 964-8465 5 GARTER'S t TY, I I II

:1. Dress Code "
Strictly Enforced! ,.
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INTENTION NOTIL wr. It, on the plaintiffs" the seal a* Into Court on clerk of me above court ..I FIRST PUBLICATION OF :93091. doing buskwss Florida Statutes. BRADFORD COUNTY.
tarney. whose Mora amt the 36th day of October e Wfttton ttolemend IN THieiR&rf COURT THIS NOTICE to file any under the firm name of TOt All ChIa_. Taxpayers FLORIDA. CIVIt ACTION.
TOREOaTEft! address Is GEOROC H. 1979. any clol" or demand KM BRADFORD! COUNTY oblectlonshay may "WILSON'S FRAMING and other interested COMMUNITY STATI

FicnTffusNAME' PIERCE, P.O. Drawer Gilbert S. Brown, As they may "-t. loch FLORIDA PROBATE hove that challenges Rt. 2. Bo* S8W. Stark. ,,_. BANK OF STARKf. .Plaintiff -
1030 Starke. Flerldc. Clerk of the Court. By dam moot be hi writing DIVISION. file NO. validity of th* Decedent's Flo. 33091, Intends toregftter You end each of You w JOSffH W. WMIT.
93091. Attorney for Boulah M. Moody, Deputy and mud indicate the ?- 6iTA1'R Will th*qualifications / sold fictitious or* hereby and herewith TIE and IAJUAN WHIT-
Pursuant to section Plaintiff and M* the Clerk. bNb far tho cblmM In re OF LILLY of th* Personal I flam* under th* provisions given notice In accordance TIE his wife. Deondemo.
16 .09. Florida Statutes, original with IM clerk of 11/1 4tehg 11/33. nam and oddress of th* J. JOHNSON. Deceosed Representative, or the of aforesaid with Florid .
notice h "hereby given" the above styled court on creditor or Ms agent or NOTICIOFADMINISTRATION venue or (Jurisdiction dNa Matut Statutes mot the Board) CoM No. 79-375
that th* undersigned' or before November 19, attorney, and th* Court. Joseph E. Wilson of County Commissioners NOTICEOf
Lloyd W. Gllpln 604 1979: otherwise a fudge- NOTICIOFINTENTION amount claimed. If th* TO ALL PERSONS HAV. ALL ClAIMS owner. ef Bradford SALE
M. ton Terrace, Stork, manl may be entered claim to not yet des, tn* INO ClAIMS OR DEMANDS. AND OBJEOTIONS Doted this 8th day of County Florida hove NOTICE to given thai
Fla. 32091. doing against you for th*relief TO REGISTER data when H will become DEMANDS AGAINST THE NOT SO FILED November A.D. 1979 In designated the Bradford pursuant 10 a final /judgment
business' under" the firm demanded In th* complaint FICTITIOUS; due shall be stated rf ABOVE ESTATE AND AU WILL BE FOREVER BARRED Bradford County 11/8 County Zoning and Planning dated October II,
nom. of t A RDRYWALl. or petition. NAME the claim.to contingent orunllquldatod. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED .tpd 11129. Board to conduct a ..7.. In Cos No.
604 Melton WITNESS my hand and th* nature IN THE ESTATE: Dal of th* first public hearing at a 79-275-CA of th* Circuit l
T.rroc., Star...., Fla. the seal of sold Court on Pursuant to Section of the uncertainty shall YOU ARE HEREBY publication of this Notke IN THE CIRCUIT COURT regular meeting held at Court of th* Eighth
32091. 'Int.ndto October 39 1979. 865.09. Florida Statutes, be stated. M th* claim to NOTIFIED that the od- of Administration! EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 7:30: P.M.. In th* County Judicial Circuit In and for
register said fictitious Gilbert S. Gown notice to hereby given secured the security mlnUtrotlon of thalal November, 1979. OF FLORIDA IN Commission meetingroom Bredford County. ,
Moro under the provisions Clerk. As Clerk of sold. that th* undersigned shall b* described. ill .. of LILLY J. John R. Kllloron.As AND FOR BRADFORD Bradford County Florida In which COM
of' aforesaid Courts/ by Joy Rising.As Willie C Ir_",. 416 E. claimant shall deliver. JOHNSON decoosed Personal Representative COUNTY. Courthouse, Stork. MUNITY (TAT! BANK OF I
.'ot",.. Deputy Clerk. 11/1 Call St.. Stor..... Fla. sufficient copies >of th* FIN Number "....CP. I I. of th* Estat of LILLY J. CIVIL ACTION Florida, on Tuesday.November STARKf bM Plaintiff
Lloyd W. Gllpln 2tchg 11/8. 33091. doing business" claim to the clerk beMb1e pending m the Circuit JOHNSON Deceased. In (Re: Th* Matter of 37. 1979. and and JOSEPH W. WHITTLE
owns under th* firm Wane of th* clerk to moll CewtK Bradford Coun ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL the Adoption of moke recommendation and IAJUAN WHITTLE,
Doted mis 35th day of "STARKE SHOE! REPAIR ell copy to each Personal ty. FlorKia. Probate Divi REPRESENTATIVE BRANDEE JANAY to th* Board of County his wife, are th* Defendants. 1
October. A.D. 1979 In Sealed Bids will be 416 E. Call St.. Stark. Representative.. atop th address ol : Dudley P. Hardy MOODY. Commissioner, and th* I will sell to th* ,
Bradford County. 10/25 received', In th* office dIM Fla. :33091, Intends to All persons "Interested which to Bradford County Ciqulre. Post Office Case No. 79-S4I. Board will consider on highest end best bidder 1
4tpd 11/15. Purchasing Agent register sold fictitious>> In th* estate to whom a Courthouse. Stork, Drawer 1030. Starke, NOTICE OF SUITNOPAOPERTY Monday December 3. for cash at the East door
_. Union Correctional In nam under the provl copy of this Notice dAd- Florida 33071. Tho per- Flond.i 32091. 1979 at the same sold of ill Bradford County 1
OF stitution P.O. Box 331, flans of aforesaid mlftl.tnrtlOft hN boon anal f representative of 901/9611161. 11/8 2tchg TO Catherine Moody. place at 10:00: A.M. an Courthouse In Bradford ,
Ralford Florida 33033. statute. mailed are required. Iho aroro I* John R. 11/19. Rout '0. lox 186A.Petersburg. Ordinance relating to: County Stark. Florida Ii
INTENTION up to and not later than Willie C. Brown WITHIN THREE MONTHS Kllloron, whoa address between 11:00 A.M and 1
REGISTER 1:15 P.M., Dec. 3: 1979 _nor. FROM THE DATE OF THE l. 771 S. Orange Street. YOU ARE Virginia.HEREBY Th* resorting of th* 13 Noon on November ;!1
FICTITIOUS for sal. of approximately Dated this 1st day of FIRST PUBLICATION: OF Stork., Florida 32091. NOTICE OF PUBLIC NOTIFIED that an action following described property 23. 1979 th* following I
NAME ( 385 acres of Pine Sow November A.D. 1979 In THIS NOTICE, to Ella any Th*Want and address of HEARING for the Adoption of and amending th/ described real property
Timber and Pint Bradford County. 11/1 the personal representallv'i Comprehensive land
objections th.y may The District III Mental Brandee Jolly Moody a
Iunuonto Section Pulpwood. 4tpd 11/22. have Nat challongoe tho attorney or* set Health Board. Inc., will minor has been filedagainst Use Plan to provide that The Easti of the
865.09. Florida Statutes, Detailed Specifications validity of th* Wee forth below; hold a public hearing In and are lands currently toned following described
notice Is hereby given may be obtained by contacting COURT dons Will ill qualifications All prton having tti* meeting room of the required you to serve, you a copy RIA and designated by parcel of land: COMMENCE
that- the undersigned th* above office IN THE of tha Personal claim or demands Bradford County School of written dof_. the plan a* Rural at the N.W. cor- '
Charles S. Backus, P.O. at Area Cod FOR BRADFORD COUN Representative.. or th* against the Ntaan Board office. S83 North If your to It the residential! be resorted nor of the SW V4 of SEVief
on plaintiffs '
Bon 85. Metrose, Fla. 904-431-1213. 333 or TY. FLORIDA PROBATE .venue or Jurisdiction dNa required. WITHIN THREE Temple Avenue, Starke, any attorney whose to OR and designated, Section Township 6
32666. doing business DIVISION. File NO, MONTHS FROM THE th East
316. Court. Florida beginning at 7:00 and address Is agricultural property South. Range 33 ,
under th* firm name of We reserve the right 79.69-CII( -316/1). All ClAIMS. DATE OF THE FIRST P.M. on November :IS. Mme George H. Pierce, ".0. of JEROME JOHNS Bradford County.
"AgrlDII. P.O. Box 85 In ESTATE OF MAY PUBLICATION: OF THIS described as follows and S 01
to reject any/or all bids./ re: DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS 1979. The of this Drawer 1030. Starke, Florida run dog
M.IrNe. Fla. 32666. Intends 11/1 2tchgll/l. FRIPP' POWELL. Deceas NOT SO FILED NOTICE to fit. with the hearing Is purpose to create a Florida 33091. and file Five acres ((5)) located IS min 40 sec E along the
to register sold fictitious ed. WILL BE FOREVER BARRED clerk of tha oboes court forum for privatecltiiens the original' with the seven miles South ef West "line of said SW V.
under thopro"I.lon. OF written statement of and West of
name NOTICE a Starke of SI % e distance: of
elected officials clerk of the above

of aforetaldstatute. ADMINISTRATIONTO Dot of tho first any claim or demand of before styled Crystal Lake In Section 38.73 feet to the South
consumers service court on or
IN THE CIRCUIT ALL PERSONS HAVING publication of this Notice they may hove. Each or others to December '0. '1979 12. Township B South. rlghhel-way line of Bossent -
Charles S. Backus, COU.TFORBRADFORD ClAIMS OR of Administration: claim must be In writing enhance the exchange of otherwise a Judgement Range 33 East. Parcel Road and th* Point
COUNTY AGAINST THE and must Indicate the 5434-004 and 5413.
owner. DEMANDS
November '. 1979. Information and all be entered of Beginning: Thence
Dated this 18th day of FLORIDA ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL /s/Ceorga H. Pierce.As basis for th* claim th* Interested give a may for the OIJOln.tyou relief continue S 01 deg 13 min10c.cEadhroa.d
October A.D. 1979 In OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Personal name and address of th* persons You are further given :
Representative voice In decisions affecting d.monded In the com
Bradford 10/18 Civil Action CaN No. IN THE ESTATE creditor or his or NOTICE that of
County : of th* Estoto of agent the delivery of community plaint or potltl_. a copy 216.00 feet thence run S
4tpd 11/8. 79.52 YOU ARE HEREBY Powell attorney, andhe said proposed ORDINANCE 19dp21min20tKEodidoae
May Prlpp mental health WITNESS hand and
In r. th* marriage of NOTIFIED that th* administration o.-od. amount ClOHItVdt n /M my to available foryour o316: feet
and alcoholism services.Th the seal of sold Court
WAITER E. HOU.OWAY. of the /s/Wllllom C Powell.tatlv claim Is not yet due, the on Inspection at the office thence run N 01 deg IS
Board is November 5
District 1979.
odlben .
IN THE CIRCUIT "husband and MARTHA I.HOUOWAY .slat of May Frlpp o. PertaMl 1 Repr.Nn date when tt will' become Gilbert S. Brown As of the Director of milt 40 sec W o distance ,
s responsible
COURT. EIGHTH wife.NOTICE Powell) deceased. File el the estate of due shall be stated. If for a group II county area, Clerk of sold Court., Zoning and Planning.Bradford of 216.00 feet to said
Number- 79-69-CP. Is th*claim Is contingent County Cour of of '
or south
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF May Frlpp Powell and needs the Input of BytsBeulah M. right way
OF SUIT In the Circuit unliquidated the nature thou... Starke. Florida. Rood thencerun
FLORIDA IN AND FOR pending docOGMd.lelJ. and all Interested Moody. As Deputy Clerk. Bessent I r"
BRADFORD COUNTY. TO: MARTHA L.HOLLOWAV. Court for Bradford Coun Huston McCkme.as of the uncertainty shall any In Its persons planning HII 4tchO 11/29. Each and every Person N 80 deg.. 34 mln 20
1501 East Probate Division be stated. If the claim Is having Interest of '
CIVIL ACTION ty. Florida Personal Representative and coordinating role any sec West a distance
CASE No. 79-331-cc. Main Albany Indiana th* address of of the estate of secured the security whatever In the enact :346 feet to the P.O.B.
FLORIDA BANK AT 47150. which Is Bradford County May Frlpp Powell shall be described. The ment of this proposed
STARKE 0 banking cor- YOU ARE NOTIFIED Courthouse, Stark., deceased. claimant shall deliver ORDINANCE should appear as set forth 'In the order ,
poratlon. Plaintiff vs, that an action for Florida 33091.: The personal ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL sufficient copies of the NOTICE OFINTENTION FOR REZONING and be heard at th* of final judgment. '
GLEN D. NORTHRUP and dissolution of marriage representative dIM REPRESENTATIVEs claim to the clerk to time and place prescrib Dated 11/1/79.
JUDY A. NORTHROP has been filed, and you estate Is George H. enable>> Ira clerk to mall TO REGISTER THE LAND USE PLAN. ed. GILBERT S. BROWN.

Defendant. are required to serve a Pierce, William C. Dudley P. Hardy. P.O. on* copy to each Personal FICTITIOUS An ORDINANCE amending BOARD BRADFORD CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY. copy of your written Powell and J. Huston Mc- Drawer 1030, Stark, Representative. NAME Use* Comprehensiveland Plan Element COUNTY COMMIS COURT BY Beulah ;
defenses. If any to Clan. whose address to Florida 32091. All persons Interested SIONERS. Moody. Deputy Clerk.
TO: GLEN D. NOR RICHARD E. WEt TY. At. (respectively.. ) 706 Gen Telephone In th* *slol to whom a Pursuant to Section and Map by Bradford BVs /s/Gllbert S. Date of the first
THRUP. and JUDY A. tarney for Petitioner, Dr.. 118 n. Walnut St. 904/964-3701. 11/8: 2tchg copy of this Notice of Ad- 869.09. Florida Statutes, County with Florida.the In accordance local Brown Clerk, 'Ipd 11/8. publication of this Notice
NORTHRUP. whose address Is Past and 331 N. Myrtle St.. 11/13. ml"l.tratIOrhoe been notice to hereby given of Sol. to November 8,
YOU ARE HEREBY Office Box 995 954 Stark. Florida 33091.Th mailed are required that the undersigned' Government Comprehensive 1979 In the Bradford
I NOTIFIED that an action North Temple Avenue, *name and address dill WITHIN THREE MONTHS Joseph E. Wilson, Rl. 2. Planning Act of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County Telegraph. 11/8
! to BRING SUIT ON the Stark. Florida. 32091 personal representative's FROM THE DATE OF THE lox 58W Starke. Flo. as provided 2tdI9 I 11/15.
Chapter 163 of the CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
following property In'' and til. th* original with attorney or* set
the clerk of the about
Bradford County forth below:: ._ .. =.. =.. "' "' _____ ..........."'._.:... "''''
I court before --------------- ------ -------------- .. .. ..... ., _- .
Florida: styieo on or All|| persons having : ". -. .,." "' ""' "" "' '''' "" ="" "" "" "" "" c c "" "" "'"

Promissory Note December 3. '1979 clajms or demands c
has been filed against o'1?"?"'** a lodgment* against the estate are
will be entered ogalnsl required. WITHIN THREE
and JUDY NORTHRUP you for '"* r.lI.f MONTHS FROM THE .
' arlt'yDU'b.....' iJ"MS.tr" ""danond.d- in te- reftDATE OF ,THE FIRST i.'j,I: ; r
serve a copy of your r
written dat.n... If any to WITNESS my hand and NOTICE to file with th* 1 ille C4 r
..:-...,. ;...::....;.:.... :;""" ';';: .:c c ""c"" "" =...- = "'=..:; '.


i 9&4-50&5 I]) 1 PHONE 964-7776


RALPH BRYAN 964-8783 REAL ESTATE ). :;; 'WA: Ej :iEHR ..immMf' ::.:::Y j: FLOfUUUID tERwtuEGAR 205 N. T.mpI. Storko tt..

2105 N.T.mpl.A".. 2305 Temple A....(U.S. 301 N.) mew h1:1rB.'tITD.I.: :: 1 -MIRACT' '&&=;.' SEE US TODAY FOR VA/FHA I CONVSNTfONAl
FHA-VA C-".Financing Avelleble ;:;;:::::::s.:. ., :. .'. .: ., .' ., :?:::.: ,::: Phone 964-7700 FINANCING
LI3 393 N. Temple Avenue
loMtndng ,
COMMERCIAL i INCOME PROPERTYMini .1 ecre up severe.IIocet'o.r. '-. SPECIAL

Storage IS units, 600 sa.. H. office space, with extra .3 '.. .,.. fireplace. 40 ACRES 50,000 30 ecres Lewtey pro.. NEW M 2'.SOS LEGION TSRRACI
lot. .3 IR. f.._. Slf.OOO
Versatile-buildings an Hwy 301 N with over 200' fro.. 379 H. prime commerclel .In city will spirt. 4 acres en SR Mw.r.*
tage, with office spece. .*.*8 acres A mobile home N. ef lowtey.Pey 1/4 Mile Frontage Hwy 301 HOME W/CARPORT ON I ACltI.ItD."W

Washington St. lot with building t chain IIn.f."c.I1.000. for Hselll 2.000 so. ft. home mode eonwdeecN 3A, 2 lath Frame. nice S24.SOO

.n acres with 3 rentals end SO pecan trees. .1.. lot.

Hwy. 301 N appro 2 acre with CB home,owner financed. Weeded tots for homes In restricted are. :: :::::: :;: :::::.':::;;;; ::: : ::::::::::::::;::::::; !:.::,
f t:3:0.1 :1"62' .:3' .91 :1. J{ 3 IR. neer school.
Mobil.Home Park for sale. Many many mere listings In*counties .;; .,....:; tt .. .. .......... tt(. NEW LISTINGS 1. Let No. 4 Butler. Court S3990.
I A from. 1 acre In country, 2. Brewnlee. ./. homo i B atra-G3/f100. 1st ......
end lor.less. 'S2J.OOO-9-ower take. tnd ......
FEATURE OF THI WEEK See us settle (MONEY that Isl) off Seyless Hlghwey.Evenlngsi
cheln link 3. House i 3 acre off .... I2S 3 BR I/. "01. L.. ges
10 acres with 3 '.. 2 Bath, C/8 home, CH8.A.
fenced yard, many fruit trees, several pecans,fenced tcrossfenced We can get financing for quelH.led buyers I Please calf hoot, A/C torn. storage ........f0ftc04.U.9OO
,1.6'a prim Beta fust
pesturs. 2 small lams Terms /l Vemle P. Odo.... Broken.
I W.ere .heedquerters for*creg...Urge i smell I r/ CRI, Phone 944-547*

Mobil. Home on 1 ecre. S12.SOO.'."".. Reg. Real Estate Broker Pearl Andrews 964-7739 FEATURE. I.H.... eeswtrrul. I year eW fu.f eersJde city
.93 ecres $2.000. Off ke Hoursi Men..Fri.9 am to B pm. L. G. Dell 947591New Mmrh one acre. tumrfeus 3 M 3B-MM everytMng
3 .bedroom, 1 both" I ecre, nice trees, 17.500.Term.. .S.'.9-12:I.....8. Sun by Aeeolrtmentf 301 North TraH Motel Uwtey 3.Home for mtt reasons. 13 prim*cres*B.3 B CMAM.

31R,1 Beth on city lot, f.Ked,13,900. 782.3931 Home 782-3808 22S censWer lelOn* !' ewes er house i 1 acres
2V4 ecre 2 BR 1 Beth ".100. EVENINGS .712.3004' S63.JOO ....,.
t lots In city paved street. SI.SOO. excellent terms. Relfth P. Bryws leeher .INEZ E. STARLING Assoclete .r. 3. IMMACULATE 3 M 31 CHeA efrecW grape.test
Mobile hem 12xS, 2 BR 2 .bosh wHh outbuildings, B 944-620* Lm.....,c. Pe.rsenMekKfebaw fee ssmed.
38R. FR. '.1 Ac 16!.000. ,..,...,...,..... IVi merrgege cM owner p
nice screen perch en rental /lot or could' buy lot also. .EQUClD .... FR. 1 Ac 127000. well take second ............
Wayne I. DovgUs g office Mnger ".. S/ecro'/s Ac $25.500ri. ?+ 4.Outstane'ma 4 Ut 2.Me hens If acres ee M. 133.

100x100 let la .w_ 'id v1ldlne.rKbl.d." ,. 964-693 frok.r/S.l.cnan 964-M18 31Rl1A, C, 'f'1.7 1BR, CB. 1.3 Ac SJO.OOO. f Hem svffh mmi r urn W rooM Her fcerses.OWNIRFINAKdDl .
y q'
ACREAG.Iwt ( j for

Hwy IOOW-8eeutHul) 79 ecres only 11000. .per Devl/ L Dyel .......M...., Vkkl Powell rVRNreerit. Smell Ac....'* for Homes ,

geed terms.f t Assedeto Assectote Assectoto I Trailers low 0... Pey. wo a a .301 LAROI bMg 'A acre next to Bradford Motel.

very KIN posture lend high I dry. terms .....r* *.'. 141.1225 94-413, 9 4- 843 i COMARRfTJT lylR11: Comer 301 B Pratt Bst lecetlen *M Standard .........

10 ceres posture 'lend high .i dry. forms, 1 broker80 3 IR. 2BA. CB. Of/A Fit 10 Ac.. Shede SJO.OOO .28 acre prim ceeusierclel-30IN-18 A Bed side 361,
20 Ac. Posture
eWM/. FM RM. ..100..., ft. en 3 'Greet' property acreet from Holiday INN.VereeMtol.
KIN Marl_ County Ower Nn.ne.1. Ac. su.o o. ; 10 Ac. Fenced S18.000 .13 ant 301 B Merge .... 839.800. c..u..IoI..c.--'

(oc,..,Hwy MS geed .land, .U.posture,2.700..r. ecre. All etcreege 18% to 20% t,.. el .Hewipton Oak Ut'2-7OO-pre.ty .......
RobertsIffSI with
DOM/". 10%( "' .
2'A ecr. OrWIs loop, Se.OOO.with'well', owner llnenc- 3&.. BA..CB..,CHM 1.30 yr. .6.If ecres en Orlffls loop Umber. $18,103. ;
ode Ac. Jhedv ....100. 'to IS Vr. to pey. LR Stera A... M 10'.17..... leek thto N.rl I i

2'/i acre. Hampton Brae. (Includes well septic light.peto.. ; .r Real! Estate 7000T ... H. CB ...... *n ./. 1JL Ores petentlel.Best .
terns. tELL MIgAI. ............... M........ tot under S00.
HOMES e .3 Country dub lots. I *er* eecfc.S090. ech.Hrg .

3 Bl. I Bath,CB with workshop. A rental, cottage.will 964-7828 986 N. TempleWE FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS .....complex. 301 S7eOOB geed cash Hew.
sell ..........,. 'er_. '. : llsring-4 bedroom. .....St, Ocala block ...s .....127.....C. l .aI....
Southgete-2BI. I Beth. family, .eM. torpN,A/C unit 'IN BRADFORD COUNTY CALL country home, roam for Cell St. -' / ..* 100"'to'....too. A sleeper,

nice comer lob $28MO. Ta. -.. KNOW THE NEIGHBORHOOD your gerden. fenced ,.....,, Cell St cemmsrriri tot WftfAnjK. Busy cereer.
IA. 1 Beth. CB, clean A *.*..2..000. C/H1A, w/w KILL POWELL S21.SOO. -Hem* (nmmsiclef) i rental. cettegs fnedl..823408.

carpet, coltent t_. AROUND THE CORNER, .3 .bufWlngs en CaR Sf.-..... .,....,.. Use hxafUMtonl
HemptOra Bl, 1 Bath. *.. 3 .crs with fUfc CvI..... Built doublewide.tO .4 let *n W......St.
pend..29.900. .' ACROSS TOWNASSOCIATESs lEAL ESTATE mot with I D.OI94MMend .leke SMto F* let Atadius CMMty: 140.: ........

Hwy 321. iton*,esterler.nice.2'.. I ftotfj with KIM .11 N.Walnut. 11. 94-644 3hro.. 2% ecres ef geed SMAll, yOWM RIAL ESTATE BARGAINSFurnished ,
under cultl"....... .bar ed gerege ........fenced.KIngsley There.selend.. SI9.MO. MH 1 cre.. SRIM i SR33I .ske efferlBeautiful
lake ant. J KEN 4 hsdreem. 1 .both, I NevcNs brick upto. 617 tppersea. sperieus (13,910.LavNlvi .

3- Nry, b!.. .lene'iceped yard. ". Ill 28 frame- S37.000. Owner Fl..*nced 2 tot soar Country Rub ...'W S4SM e* 230.Cemfsrtekls .

yard.7WAnRFRONTMOMiBlOTS ,... IB. ......- S18.000.Busleeest' .btdreem hMa M ell : home-......., .reoiUs 1308 Pratt.
leke kern. 9 Br, I Birth, utility, werkshep. Weekends and Evening eon{ ecre. paved reed frontage .U rwN117,000.bveamM .

dab link f e-SM.tOO.. Richard Roberts -9645595Judith Convenience Hare end ulpment ....000. 135. 00. -..i r....... CollA ley f/ ........
CnMby ..... restrktod Kemesftos ....-. -. ti ...... funoItwo.IoWt .ni .........." *331,000. .M etrss us* .... e. .... IWIB ..*.*.*..
tiPawl ; Flynn 964-8384 Dey Cere Center bUg ami .
H.,*....-RNN.rItceaAB.fevAnenReehN Ann Godwin 9'6/' -5359 BMg.LtM4J /fen. geed f.c."." 1 .Ft*, born*,w.....fWk ,.....large gerog* M.ltOW.Detwxe I .
-v acne 813.759 .weer -./. ....100. MM M BudU. Epperse* M.i : I
Evenings" 964oa"MAITOI Patsy Silcox 964-6579 *tf waN trent. reedy to b...IU 16200. I .GNN Ufc* Q.ru.-s...erel brngllM IILNMNtlk:

ASSOaATSS John Longford 496-3314 8.9 ecres *l...0* *k* UcetJew.ASSOCIATES teketrea CON.grt. ,laKreenel .. ,

1 Irene'ow...*....96142Veee ." William Canon 9648704loroon p 'd. e.-tlf. i r
: tw .... f33J/o1. I RtdlwAecKIaKAAerlAatlerhe
M.terriee-tv*.964944 ... .....
Canon 9644704 Mary Hamilton.94-6135 After Hours, 0JU. t
t.Oftfff.- .
Jane % Lucille 964-8420>O two(C..J)Dam DeSonttogo.;944-1373 Weeded belldUg lets t7 ., 96'1'1/04

i, Spry Robert.McRoe, -7279.rrw4. I 13 JOB,uniisr wM flmsvue.

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Page IZA TELEGRAPH November 8. 1979

.. Lawtey.. Council Ponders Sewerage: : System"Do */ .r"", "",I'

we need a sewerage treatment Swallows for the town by 1990. by Lucille Shuford, City Clerk from can drive It and never have any trou
plant. asked Barry Watts current Watts told the council: he is almost Mr. Hall principal of the Lawtey ble. I'm oof so sure we need a new
operator of the town water system of sure the city already pumps some Elementary School in regards to the truck as bad as we need a new P I
the Lawtey city: council minus two 120,000 to 130,000 gallons of water a dog problem at the school and In it driver" Councilman McCully said It II I
members at its meeting Tuesday day. Watts said the figure projectedby Mr. Hall requested that the City do "that Bud could not break a new truck: t r 4' t
night. the engineer is most certainly something about the problem. Chairman to Gee and Haw." {
wrong. Scott said "Since the problem.Is
Use of the treatment system at
Lawtey Correctional Institution by With people using septic tanks on school property,and that would he .is open from 9-6 except
the town of Lawtey has been under many people drain their kitchen sinks county business the school will have on Sundays and holidays. "
consideration by the town fathers for and bathtubs and sinks out onto the to take care of It", said Scott.Some of ,
some time and came in for more ground. But If all this water went Intoa rabid are mange and may be Councilman McCully recommended ; ,
discussion at the council meeting sewerage system the gallons wouldbe Councilman McCully brought that Mr. Watts get a$1500 increase: N
more than is thought now. Watts on* that a lot of the dogs belong to the for gas In his truck. Limbs will be C,
Monday night.Attorney Richard Welty read a let kids and probably follow the children picked up every 2nd and 4th Thursday i
ter from Charles Swallows engineer said.Projections of LWCI charging the to school each day, Attorney Richard of each month except on holidays. ; '
with Svrerdrup & Parcels of city 55 cents per thousand gallons of Welty stated "that the cost to handle The Police Dept. had nothing to f ."
Gainesville what sewerage and an 88 cents per thou dogs and maintain them for the required report except that $ 7.00 was paid to "
1990 holds for the prognosticating city of Lawtey In the sand gallons charge to customers by number of days .is $15.00 per Baldwin Chevrolet for the repair of an t I
of treatment,and what the city were made. That would leavea dog and an employee would be alternator. The council thought that
the way sewerage would have to Install and margin of 33 cents per thousand astronomical! It was stated by a was too high a price to pay. Councilman
maintain city to have its sewerage treatedat gallons of sewerage for the city to member of the audience that Mr. Hall McCully said that,*'I can't afford L
the system at Lawtey Correctional maintain the treatment facilities It authorized a man to shoot the dogs him myself': TI
Institution would have to construct. with"rat shot".A resident called: Mr.
Councilman Ben McLulley asked if Hall and made It plain. to what she

"We need them; they don't needus. there Is a problem with septic tanks at would do to his body If her dog came Quacking Up __ ..- ---....... ,,,..;,....... .. .
," said Chairman Robert Scott of a present. Watts said he has heard of up shot. City Clerk Lucille: Shufford -- I
recent trip to Tallahassee when that none. stated that she would call Mr. Hall These lifelike creatures will be on display at the Bradford County Library "
was made very plain to him. "As far as I know we are well within and Inform him that this was a county At the through this month.James Dougherty the craftsman recently won first prize: at ;
Lawtey could have to construct or the state laws In regard to the problem but that the city would work Library the Fifth Annual Competition of the Louisiana Wildfowl Carver Guild. for his '
at least pay for a pumping station and distance between septic tanks here at with them if there was anything they standing wood duck.Keystone.
construct and maintain a disposal Lawtey" Watts said. could do.Councilman. They are "quacking up" at the
vessel. Present settling ponds now A coat projection to the city of Massey said "the gar. Bradford County Public Library. No
used by LWCI could be used by the $320,000 was made. But so far the city bage truck Is sick sick andit needs a guns allowed. Come on in and see the
town provided they were not full. has taken no stops to apply for the starter and clutch also the gears are handcarved wood ducks and birds by
What to do with the waste if the ponds money. in bad shape". It was stated by Mr. James Dougherty of Starke.
were full was not talked about.A Councilman Massey stated that Watts that "no one seems to have Dougherty has been carving for Heights Lutheran Church

figure of 40,000 gallons per day of "the 'ole dog problem has raised its trouble with the truck except Bud four years,.white cedar or white plneil

sewerage was projected by Engineer ugly head again". A letter was read Barber, the current driver. Others and sorts acrywc of birds from paints.wood.He SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS 6 P.M.

Recently his standing wood duck WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M.
. Starke Woman Dies From Heart Attack won first prize at the Fifth Annual
Competition of the Louisiana Keystone Uon Club
Wildfowl Carvers and Collectors Koyetona Height". Fla.
Helen Matilda Swindell of Starke what had happened. Wharton called This Is a direct emergency: contact Guild In New Orleans.Mr. Dougherty
died Nov. 1 around 11:30: a.m. In the direct to the fire department's number and will bring more Im- also carves animals and fish. Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
Keystone Heights Barber Shop after emergency number and was informed mediate response than when dialing Come in and these
on see lovely
unsuccessful attempts were made to that the rescue unit was on its way. the operator who will relay the information wood carvings at the public library. 473-2007 After 5 p.m. ,
save her life first by an onlooker in "The Incident happened at 11 second-hand. will be until Nov. I
They on display 30.
the shop and then by the rescue unit a.m.." said Hudson, "and at 11:10: j
and a local physician who was calledto a.m. the rescue unit arrived." .

the scene. In the meantime.Mrs. Swindell's I ,
Mrs. Swindell 56, apparently suffered son remembered that his mother had
_ a heart attack while waiting for seen Dr. Maralit once before for a IEAGLE] 1 t $1.00
her son to have a haircut. sore throat. He ran to Maralifs office
Greg Wilkerson emergency technician and the doctor responded immediately. e PiBO.
and Dr. Manuel Maralit ad- .
ministered CPR (cardio pulmonary Dr. Maralit and EMTs(Emergency r r
resusitation) and electrical shock Medical Technicians) worked with s.F
I treatments to Mrs Swindell for 40 Mrs. Swindell for over 40 minutes l
minutes before Dr. Maralit pronounced before Dr. Maralit finally pronouncedher
her dead. dead and signed the death certificate -

Zane Hudson, manager of the NEW
Keystone Heights Barber Shop said According to Robert Powell Mrs. LOW
-I that Frank Swindell her son, had sat Swindell's son-in-law she had suffered 97
down in the barber chair and while a slight stroke about a year ago
e they were both carrying on a conversation and had seen a Gainesville physician
Mrs. Swindell suddenly concerning her heart.
)aD became very quiet. Dr. Maralit stated after the Incident C ar
Hudson stated that when he lookedat that Mrs. Swindell had been on
her she appeared to be dozing with medication for her heart when he had
her head resting on her shoulder. seen her recently for the throat condi 7 ar

Realizing something was wrong tion.Funeral
) when she began to slip down in her services for Mrs. Swindellwere t0I. <
chair Wilkerson, a fourth year held Sunday, Nov 4, at 2 p.m. at r 11 tR
medical student and the son of the the Bethel Baptist Church in Starke
other barber laid Mrs. Swindell on where she was a member. MEN'S
P the floor and began administering Services were conducted by the CORDUROY..AN&,
mouth -mouth resusktatlon. Rev. J.C. Hesters and Rev. Saundersand I. ALL FIRST QUALITY
"She was.frying to breathe and had burial was in Hope Cemetery In AND PRICED mownWeatern.tyl "

_ some reflex respirations but I never Theressa.At a e r ..
got pulse," Wilkerson said. the time of her death Mrs. IAlua 7.9'4
Hudson went next door to Mannings Swindell's husband. Walter was in
Fence Co. to call for help. He dialed the V.A. Hospital in Gainesville but WERLeeq- )

the operator instead of the emergency was allowed to attend his wife's r o.a" .* ptmmw corOuroy I'( I
number, who connected him with the funeral. ..r..w. Sates. lean are comfortable I ;
local fire department which is not Other survivors include two sons, 1 ? and fuMOMM 1OOHcotton ( t I
manned except during emergencies.After Walter Franklin Swindell of Starke LUSH FLAME- RESISTANT BOYS'/OWLS'26"BIKE PROCTOR-S0.EX lO CUP In.i L in and polycottonttand liJ
aworted solid 1 '
several minutes with no and Ronald White of Charleston W. 6' SCOTCH PINK TREES WITH COASTER BRAKES BEVERAGE BREWER MEN'S* BOYS'PLAID CPO JACKETS 00kn. aMa with *telahta .
response from the fire department Va.; 3 daughters Lorena Sue Powellof flare teg* A/.n'.U.* .' .
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why his call brought no response. Va. and another daughter name So rMllitlct Enjoy for year, lightweight frame, chroma. Data, automatic drip cotWERE re*" WERE&4r r
When he found no one at the fire unknown in Ohio; 2 sisters Virginia w/ heavy duly a.nO.I.Inlotuna platad handlebar, fender, taemaker., plus automatic Blandad wool plaid In uwn.d colors. 8fyl.d wRh .
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and 6 grandchildren.Archer .
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Fall vegetables were lost, for the + Z.pO
most part. Carver says. Growers y.
replanted but continued wet weather W yps4TI
hurt the young plants and the local I] ITI I' ?-? wrtMOp
winter vegetable crop will be much
less than usual, Carver says. i PLAID FLANNEL TLXTUMIONYLON
Area affected and identified by the a e? SHIRTS.S TO XL. POLO SHOTS..1 TO XL

local emergency board extends northof '
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the Whitehead section and east along To prevent heat loss. CHRISTMAS BARGAINS! PORTABLE,CLOCK MOWS, WEaCLie" ouo fxacouptt race
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area goes north to Highland east to closed when you're not 3-iollt pops c ORDORAaUlDAKSY Mighty' 120CW UGHTWIIOHT NYLON *PK.MEN1*OOLDEM "' tk"A]
the state prison property and keeps using the fireplace 75 .q. yd*. 79 How Oryvr, col- 9.88 SKIJACKIT.OUH.TIOI.T.IHIRT"DIIII' a A
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FHA does not limit the area to that Rosha's --1 20, earns dUI" a17 c........ 1." \IIc:"'. drink and Oed R.l.: 1. 88. u.M' WERIIpTOJaP.4f'
but includes the entire county. FHA WAS 3. wet doll,wooden hlgn chew or WAS.....-
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There's a lot Missing, We Kno. 1 I J'" Vision Co. Visits Hawthorne I

"They ara axt wploslv* ball club losses to P.K.Yonge and Inlerlacben. Anderson at the quarterback
"B" section is version thsweeksthe ( .buttheYI4elJa.kihlive! bad problem Last week: district contender ...some real good speed,"evaluated
Obviously our sports an incomplete -ttta )'ear" Union High Newberry busted the Hornet o-ia. Thomas.
,.Football Coaacch jimmy Tboroaa of "Basically they Just have a lot of "We are going to have to move the
failure could neither antlfclpafe\ 1 ) *Hawthorne, thia,,.week's opponents of team speed" commented Coach baD offensively and the main thing is
,I result of an equipment. we the:Tigers. Thomas of the Hawthorne team. to stop the.turnovers that have been
Union will travel to Hawthorn this Running back Willie Locke aDdquarterbaell hurting us. ...Coach
., .' Friday night to.Uk*on the Hornets, :Tyrone A.ndenoa..1be This will be the next to last game
nor correct. kickoff time at 4'p.m.. two major concerns the Tigers have (or the Tigers this season. They face
,The Tigers will'go Into the game about Hawthorne's offense. As a tough Newberry next week, away.
stories from In next** wiU t a not m impveMlve 04 mark for Junior Locke(5-10.159)toe into opposing is looking for this to be I."liawt.borDlt I.
Bear with us and we'll reprint t this1lweek, : ttws ason so tar fallowing a 304 loss defenses for 1,300 yardll'UllNnl a biff win for them and we are looking (
''' !..I...iIJJ.' ..10 tferson Hornets for this to be a big for us,"
.i: : i County (MonUcello),last last season as the went 7-3. game says
week's edition where possible. ;'/ : :t *'FrKtoy night in Lake Butler. Locke runs a lot,9040 times muchof Thomas.
'k. ''3\ Hawthorn Is riding on a 34 record last season and he'll take the ball "We are going to have to stop Locke i
Q far thia season with wins over on sweeps,pitch outs,and options and aloffenseaute watch their passing :
Keystone Heights' and Cross aty. be throws the ball well on the quick they throw the baD !
I Stories You Might Have Read: i I ,\Tbeir'-.tt slate. inludee one touchdown pitch pass.according to Thomas. well,''finalized the'Tiger coach. I I
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FORESTRY'II contact: you. The toll-free number at creates$3 billion a year wealth. ter specie), the forester will still i It that no suitable land is without
.l .nl headquarters Is 1-800-342-OffiB. them."
.IN BRADFORD COUNTY .. ... But a landowner who wants to plant IM reasons to plant trees are well- Despite gigantic planting programs
i' Landowner assistance has been trees on a small acreage that cant known. They shade and cool the air, for SO years, the need for stIU more
A 'i nf routine for the Florida ,DIvision of realistically be expected to produee remove carbon dioxide and put oxygen trees Is growing every day helping
Forestry for 50 yea,.. But the new much income also is urged to check Into the air, beautify the assure a strong demand for any trees
., If you are the owner of some land, The District office address for program Is different from most Into the program, for It Is designedalso countryside, serve as windscreens: placed on the market in the years to
even Just a few acres, the Florida Alachua Bradford, Putnam and earlier ones because it urges and for him.Whatever. block objectionable: noises and views, come. Trees are being eyed as an
Division of Forestry has news for you. Union counties Is l&oo NE 23rd Ave., helps even the smallest landowner to Increase the value of land for almost alternate to petroleum for an energy
Gainesville, FL 32601. The phone grow trees for his personal benefit. the landowner's desire Is wildlife of development support source: creating still another potential
A special program of direct help number Is 904/377-7660. The forester for his property the Division's for hunting or watching,control market for those being plantednow.
and expert guidance has been in Bradford County Is Mark Fries and Most reforestation work has been foresters will be willing to help. If his land erosion, furnish several .
organized for landowners In this area his address Is 2266 N. Temple Ave., aimed at producing trees for Umber, desire is to get maximum timber kinds of recreation, and supply wood It has been said that trees are
who want to plant trees or Improvethe Starke FL 32091. His phone number Is pulpwood and the various other products yield, the forester will advise Mm for firewood and construction projects planted for "profit, pride or
woods they already have. 904/9844280.: produced from them. Division how. But if its to plant a few or a : for the owner. pleasure." The Division's new pro
spokesmen said this aim would not be few hundred'! -trees to supplement existing The Director of the Division of gram goes beyong the "profit"
If you're one of these, you can: call Or, you can call: without cost the overlooked In the new program, trees, or information about Forestry, John Bethea, has said, motive to take in the "pride or
the local Division of Forestry office In Division headquarters in Tallahassee because Florida forestry supports harvesting scrub timber on his land "There are so many benefits from pleasure" parts more than ever
this area for more details. and ask that a forester in your county nearly 40,000 persons' jobs and (and hopefully replanting it In a bet- forests and trees that we must see to before.i' .
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waS m 1Z9 out.-IJIaftMd" II the beat Jasper scored two more time in Burner came out passing and *
lIJp's 27.0 the second quarter and onee more to managed completions, one to Grady
omecomtng Iou to the third to wrap up the scoring. Lilly Bostick rand two to Steve Corbett for a
(Jasper) High School Friday night on scored the second TD on a IS yard run first down at the 22. A IS yard penal
I: a very wet field and Keystone head and Trojan quarterback Joey Griffin against the Indiana helped to
coach Pete VaJenUno agreed. passed 14 yards to Kenny Coffee for drive and the Indians punted to the 34
': 'They out-manned us,." he said the other six pointer In the second A spirited defensive effort held the
I,. "Their' line must've averaged about quarter. Tackle Gary New House Trojans but after regaining possession
210 or 215 pounds They have a good recovered an Indian fumble In the at their own 13 quarterbackDavid
., ball club." endxon for Jasper's only score In the Hurner fumbled and Jasper obtained .
Although the Indians' season record second half.Keystone'a. its only score of the second half 1key'sione
,.. fell to 2-6, the loss to the visiting Tro offense, mainly with 9:37: to go in the games;
jans was nothing to be ashamed of. highlighted by the running of Kenny Keystone mounted two more short
., Jasper's record is now e-2 and the Jennings garnered 10 first downs and .drives in the final nine minutes with
Trojans must be placed in the same Valentino commented "We moved Kenny Jennings at quarterback but
category as Newberry High (a 41-0 the ball and played a good second half neither possession could penetrate
victory over Keystone) as one of the except for the fumbleJasper TD) the Trojan goalie ?<" o'?III.
best AA teams in North Florida. and an Interception (inside the Jasper
However, time of possession had 10)." i
meant anything, the Indians would've Valentino said his offensive line did
been ahead at (the half Instead of "an adequate Job" during the game .,- ...... ,! -- ---
behind 210. Keystone held the ball and added that "Jennings is our No. 1 ,. I Jt.\'\ '-I::,i. l''f.J if, head Coach .',t. \alrnllno haw his sey to Assistant l (' Bob Smith III th.lnt..I'CI.hlrd pnrl '" J
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for 14:06: compared to only 9-54: for the threat" Jennings played flanker ; I JIt.
effort! ""I. _,,.. N'ln quarterback DaM Hurner on the Indian nidrlinr lust _..k. the coat matlon.
Trojans. But the Indians failed to tailback and quarterback In an I
capitalize on three early oppor to get the ball to him, Valentino M e.ol.a,_ 1\ d '
tunities to score. stated. 11/4/1 -.r.. .11'-
The Trojans fumbled on the opening Defensively Valentino pointed to 1 _a.. a Starke, Stars Chicken; ; Sale Set
kickoff and Keystone recovered at the the play of Mike Graziano, Daniel 1m '_-A.S.. ?"VI' .. j f Ii. '
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first down was made at the 21 Hughes Billy Coursey. .
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The Starke Stars team be selling and dinners Saturday -
but Valentino stated. ,. \ .
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had gamesi three t from 9:30: a.m. "until" at the lot between Crawford 66 and Water's1 Exxon on
set fourth down only times during *,
passes up a "
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Two plays later Jasper again kickoff. The Indians offense rolled up ), LIi---::: Regul r
fumbled away the ball in the wet three first downs on seven plays. A
grass on its 20 to give the Indians Burner pass to Stone was good for 21
another chance. Three runs gained and two runs by Jennings made 13
only two yards to set up another and 7 yards. I b
fourth down situation Hurner tossed On second down and three at the ,
another accurate pass but it was Jasper seven yard line, Jennings was
dropped in the endzone by end Jeff caught behind the line of scrimmagefor
Stone. a three yard loss. On third down : 1.
and six at the 10. Homer's pass.was i-i L ;
intercepted at the four yard line to
Jasper didn't fumble on Its next end the Indians' .threat. I

possession but succumbed to an Jasper managed to move the ball .__ i
aroused Keystone defense. Jasper's from the four to the 43 before the
fine running back and kicker Bob' Keystone offense stiffened and forceda
Oliver punted to the 50 on fourth down punt to the Keystone eight yard line.
from the Trojan 26 ft\\

Strong running by Steve Corbett
and Kenny Jennings advanced the
ball to the 23. After an illegal procedure
penalty moved the ball back to

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down. He dropped back to pass and K .
threw the ball over the shoulders of Il i
Stone and he made a nice grab for an
for feet
apparent touchdown. But an offensive your .
interference penalty nullified the
score and gave the ball to the Trojans. 1
don't have to cost ,
Jasper took over on its 28 and quick-
ly moved 62 yards on five plays for its
first score of the game. With 37 an ann and \\
seconds left in the first quarter, it was
7.0 and the Trojans proceeded to put

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Star runntngback John Lilly tallied
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Mr.Elmer Blackburn.57.of Waldo i
med Wednesday foUowfac a brief UBora SI
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ta Pike County.Kentucky.Mr. I
Blackburn was In the Army and had
lived In Georgia matt ef Us We,until
moving to Waldo about one year a..
Mr. Blackburn: was a Baptist.
Sunrivon include his wile Mr*.
Altha Mart Blackburn of wakio; two D oL
daughters. Mrs. Genevteve' Mann of
OcaU and Mn. Betty Sue Waugh ofColumbus.
.Ohio; three brother*.J.W. -
Blackburn Lowell Ky.. Hobart BEEF ? 0 111
Blackburn: of Raytown. Missouri. t
Alford Blackburn. Jr.. of Meadow 11 '
Ga.; one slater Mn. Marie Jonea of 1
GraceviUe Fla.; and three grand
Funeral senricea were conducted:
Saturday Nov. 3, at the chapel of
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home, with
Rev. Ray Williams officiating. Burial
was in Santa Fe Cemetery, withArcherTanner
Funeral Home of .
Starke in charge of arrangements. GOLDMEDAL

Mrs.Helen Matilda SwuUell WHITE CLOUD

Mrs. Helen Matilda Swindell. 56.of BATH ., I
Starke. died Thursday. Nov. I in FLOUR
Keystone Heights following a brief illness. -
The daughter of Frank and BlancheHill
Burdett of Nicholas County West PURPOSE
Virginia, Mrs. Swindell moved to ALL
Starke about 39 years ago. Mrs. E> 5 c
Swindell a member of Bethel Bap-
tilt Church of Starke.
Survivors include her husband R C LB.
Walter Swindell of Starke; two sons. _
Frankie Swindell of Starke and BAG
I Ronald White of mow vSue 4 ROLL SAVE r
three daughters, 27C
Powell of Starke. Mrs. Anna Bell of PKG.
Charleston W. Va.. and Tiller of
Ohio; two sisters. ...... Virginia Fordof
Washington D.C., and Mn. lP QUANTITY RIGHTS
Kathryn Justice of Silver Springs, 1IESfRVEDWlNNCOUI
Maryland; and six grandchildren. STOVES, INC.COf'YIIGHTI979 .
Funeral services were conducted: rVALUE
SundaY. Nov. at Bethel Baptist j
Church with Rev.J. C. Saunders and !I CENTRAL VALLITKETCHUP
Rev. J. C. Haters officiating. Burial SAVE 21* HCINZ .

was (in Hope Cemetery with ArcherTanner . trSAVE 78c PINK
Funeral Home In of
charge .$199
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arrangements.Resale. :JO- HUE SAY PINK CHABLIS
Lee Arnold SALMON . rlSAVE

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Mr. Resale Lee Arnold 73. of Lake .
Butler died Monday morning. Nov 5. ,.,,, TOMATOES . Ss 39eTHtrrv _
in Union General Hospital after a

. brief Born illness.in Union County. Mr. Arnold GREEN MAID BEANS 2 Ss goo SAVE 20

)I lived most of his life in Sanford He SAVE 21 < BETTY CROCKER
was employed in maintenance most TUNA OR THRIFTY MAID SUCEDPEACHES LAYER

of Survivors his life. Include: four brothers, HAMBURGERHELPERS' . Ss 59C CAKE MIXES

Bill Arnold of Melroae.G.L.Arnold of L
Ii Deland.AC. Arnold of Ft. TISSUE .
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Drew Lane of Belle Glade; three . .
sisters Mrs.Honoree Lary Deland.. -
p MtHuila Mai M1I'tiCe Dobb Arnold of Jacksonville of: Cahfon and-, .. r-- C .. DO& FOOD s e $349 BOX
..Mtt boIt"o:'I1e..es and bepb ws.' /W" I
Funeral services were held 58
B Wednesday, Nov. 7. in the Chapel of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler PKO.
with Rev. Raymond Baer officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery
under the direction: of Archer Funeral

Jeffery Lamar J.aes f "J7 TEA BAGS . .' . Icr' $129

Mr.Jeffery Lamar Jones IS.of Rt. ALtguvoR: Old MiIwaukEB! p" THRIFTY FRUIT MAD JUICE rtNEAmt . .* 4 SSTHMfTYMAJO $100

I Box (M Lake Butler died Friday

automobile Nov. 3, from accident:injuries Friday received morning.Mr. in an. HER 21Lea. $ iOO Beer GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4 Z": $100

Jones lived in the New River THnertY Moo
section of Bradford County where he DRINKS NIB'S 6 Pk12 CORNED BEEF. 129
attended school. He was a member of . a $ . -
the Jehovah's Witness. Oz. CRACKIN'GOOD

Survivors include his parents: Mr. 1 . . :. : 59COX
and Mn. Billy Bennefield of Lake

John Butler Allen; three Jones brothers.and Michael,Keith Jones.Ben-, Dixie FAMILY OAAUNO LOAFSALTINES I BREAD 3 -. $1. '

nefield all of Lake Butler; two sisters, 11J1! + 4 OWl! DAI1JNG
Dottie Jones and Beth Jones both of SAVE 30 .
Lake Butler;and his maternal grandmother ? TOUE49ox. ;< WHEAT BREAD . 2 shooDETERGENT
Mn. John Moore of Lake .

Butler Funeral services were held Sunday. J DfAGON DINNER ROLLS . .3 ADOOC $100
Nov. 4. in Archer Funeral Home DAtUNO DAINTY .
Chapel Burial followed in Dekle LONG GRAIN RICE . .3 a :79c DINNER ROLLS .2' 99c
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direction of Archer Funeral Home of LI DIXII! DAJIUNG
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Charles Jefen Weoemeyer
Funeral services held Tues- d'
day Oct. 30 at St. Anne's Episcopal: .PARTY $' 49
Church: for Charles John Wedemeyer.
Sr. of Keystone Heights who died at s.a.
his home on Lake Geneva Oct. n. SAVE 2O . slzEINvi
Officiating: was the Rev.Thomas O.Feamster .
former pastor of the ntRJm MAID
church: and the Rev. Taylor Scott:
Burial was in the Keystone Heights 1YOutc ICE MILK

.MrtWderneyer. born in Chicago: r,
moved to the Keystone area in October -
He is a graduate of Boston University HALF 19C *UCJUK tt fc CMUt,
and was one of the first professors GAL -j smwrn& MEAT
at Santa Fe Community College at its OUOUM. IOT 0I1UIII'fPOT
inception: in 1966. l "
Mr. Wedemeyer was at one time,a SAYS d ,
senator director: of the east campus: at ? PIESrwra..ar.w.w..r.r
Santa Fe.
He served in the armed forces: during
World War II and during the -
Korean conflict.: At age 17, be was a for the Cubs. KOUNTIV WSM rtCSTKtt AU NATUCAIlacRiAM
pitcher Chicago: WlGHTWAH r"u- $1', save la SUffMCANO 4
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Wedemeyer was communicant of :szi 1 w..
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a member of the Golf and MOTTON MINI OOATTt C 2s *!" SAVE r> SIZE
Keystone POTATOES 2 ; 30. Au rno FAIMS :
HONEY BUNS ::: 59 nMENrc9l,
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Bowman Wedemeyer. Keystone CHICKEN99' < ;
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Charles John Wedemeyer, Jr.. -
Keystone Heights; three grandsons

and/ one granddaughter.Arrangements \ \t were handled byHome
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rolled 3ft4 over tion two were set up by interceptions one time by Tiger Terry McDowell I It 1' tR ?

jghgrldders last one was set up after a fumble a d and fumbled one time.

c ke Butler, the last another was set up after a bad snap on Monticello ran up a 13-0 lead over

.me for the Tigers this a Lake Butler punt. the Tigers early in the game. Later In L t plfit
the first period Union scored on a one l l

Tgen, lUll looking for their "Turnovers turned the game yard blast up the middle by quarter-

in i. are now at the CHI mark tor around for us and put: It completelyout back David Barber to make the score
this season after the loss. The win of our reach' lamented Head 124 with 4:11: still left In the first

Tor MonUceUo, put the Jefferson Union Football Coach Jimmy Thomasof period.
County team at 35. the game last Friday night. Monticeflomovedthescoreupto3o4 -

Five of the six Monlicehotouchdowns : The _
1411 were set up or scored The Tigers had four Interceptions lone second half score was after a

after drastic Tiger mistakes. One and lost two fumbles during the drive that started when MonticeUo's _

touchdown was scored on an Intercep-- game. Monticello was intercepted Willie Sneed intercepted a Barber

pass. Danny Jones put the finishing ._ ._. _.
n'n ----- ----'-'-'" ---" "--" -- -- -
touches on the drive with a 12 stripe
scoring run around left end to finish Union High's defense pursues a Jefferson County bait Mike Jennings (no. 81) Rick Carlton (no. 63), an unlden-

the scoring at 34 with.5:M on the carrier In last week's setback to the "other" Tigers tilled tackier and Greg Hall, (no. 75). I

T clock in the third period. Pictured: from left to right are Ken Starling (no. 74),

i Jones was the leader on offense for
7.TYT JC with a total of 106 yards in 14 carries novers.hurt us," commented Coach Monticello a fourth down at the 19 Shipley broke lose up the middle for

followed by teammate William Thomas. "In the second: half we yard line. at yards finally being stopped at the

Huggins with 50 yards In seven car- started playing some of the younger Jones got the ball on a pitchbackthen Monticello at the six yard line. Mon

players and the offense. was moving hit receiver Willie Sneed for a 18 UceUo was also penalized half the
ries.Jones ran the ball for three of the the ball some.". yard touchdown pass with 7:45 left in distance to the goal three yards for a

Monticello touchdowns and threw two Lake Butler got. be ball on the open the first period. face mask infraction to move the ball

scoring passes on pitch back passes. ing kickoff at its own 10 yard line. Bobby Crosby was at the quarterback to the three yard line.
Union running back Lynn Shipleywas Unable to move the ball enough for spot for the Tigers and on first Shipley hit hard up the middle on

the leader rusher for the night the first down the Tigers were forced down attempted a pass that was In- 'first down for a tough two yards then

with a total of 148 yards In 24 carries to punt on fourth down. The snap was tercepted by Clarence Johnson at the on the next play Barber scored on a

the top effort of the season for a Tiger dropped and punter Terry McDowell Tiger 24 yard line. keeper up the middle. The touchdownfor

back and Shipley's first-ever 100 got the ball and tried to pass the ball Huggins made four yards on first the Tigers made the score 12-6,

yard-plus effort. Barber ran for 25 to Bobby Crosby but was unsuccessful. down up the middle then made five Monticello. with just over four

yards in seven tries. MonUceUo took over at the 18 yards after fumbling and recovering minutes left in the first period.
Monticello added up 289 yards total yard line. his own bobble. With a third down and Monticello scored the' next

offense with 200 yards on the ground On first down Jones fumbled the one yard to go for the first, at the 15 touchdown after recovering a Union

and 89 yards passing. Union ran the ball behind the scrimmge line and yard line Jones broke lose up the fumble at the Lake Butler 36 yard

ball 171 yards and made 24 yards in recovered his own fumble for a 12 middle for 15 yards and the second line. After three downs Monticellowas
T; mari *- .. the air for a total offense of IDS yards. yard setback. Jones didn't make touchdown of the game with 6:01: left faced with a fourth down still at

in the first quarter. The extra point the 36 yard line. On the next play
Tiger receiver Kevin A. Griffisno.. 86 in dark Jl'rst'y.ls triple teamed Mon- "Early in the game the defense was anything on the next play, but went with
by kick Leatherman Jones again
: : attempt by Greg passer
ticello defenders. doing well but offensively the tur- for 12 yards on a left end sweep to give
was no-good, leaving the score at 12-0. George Pittman at the receiving end
Union got the ball at the 20 yard line of the 36 yard flea flicker pass for a

after a 15 yard return by Shipley. On touchdown. The TD put the score at

first down Shipley hit for five yards 18-6. Just Into the second quarter. The

over right tackle. On second down extra point pass attempt was no-good.
Union had the ball at the 30 yard

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE ,line after the kick then moved four
yards to the 34 yard line on a run by

'FLORIDA at the line
was stopped

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S on the next play for no gain,giving the
Tigers a third down situation. Barber
'attempted a pass to Kevin Griffis on
the next play but it bounced off Grif-

964.5451 fis and was nabbed by Sneed and ran

GAINESVILLE SUN back touchdown.The 34 yards. for another Monticello

Fri., Sat., Sun. extra two point conversion pass

was no good and Monticello had to set-

CLASSIFIED SECTION. tie with a 24-6 lead with 9:53: left in the

; 1rE second: quarter.The .
,>" last score of the first half was a

60 yard sprint by Jones on a draw play

over left tackle.Quarterback .
Leatherman tried to

make the extra two points on a run up

the middle, but Tiger lineback
Clayton Parrish made the stop. Scoreat

the end of the half was >>6.
: Shop The Sun's Classified section Monticello received the kick open--

ing the second half but fumbled on

first down and Barber recovered to.

give Union the ball at the 46 yard line.

On runs by Shipley and Barber
Union bad a first down at the 44 yardline
) ShowtimesFriday of Monticello. Shipley hit for

7:00: 9:00 seven yards around left end on' the
: first down play b4ton, second down

11 ." .. .. .. S att&J t un'QO."t; 00.9:00; .'ber"Uu'ew -another! 'interception,
J' : / I ID 55 I this'time WlthSiieed.aS the thief..

Monticello had the ball at its own'30

: I' 301 DRIVE IN and on first down.. Huggins

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KILrLrlSRFISUl Union's offense had the ball most of

the fourth period but the Tigers just

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J and get on the Scoreboard.
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paved cul de sac near school. lowdown Prom t7a.9Oper unit Rated: R .
COA..10 lot .with sodded; front .monthly hk.r41AyalIabl.flowCal! ) 377 547*. when tomeonet probablyin
".,d. with a four bedroom 377 j**;. 3/. m5or 4vony .GRfcfcNtREE VILLAGE. Italy observed that the
bath 50111 r floor plan Livingng BUCK Pd ND7"3"BRTI'battV.'br'Tck"fireplace 3716 S E 77 AvenueatSC .
4' room. room family room wood parguet floors.F 35 St oft Hawihorne Rd decorated paper used for
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Dough..eV Son Builders, Inc. 1200 so ft Scenic praeauRaul.. '14. 3 BR I bath c.,_..
377 I 1307 Assumable Bro lOQ'X lot S.71.5OO. farm.. attractive on the wall.
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; }. L IItiewood test wood a Sucti- wood paneling, cetnedrel beams. "with family room separate din.
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"1 custom drapes & sliding glass Ing room huge kitchen and outside
4 1U51 two of you t Ml oh .111 doors, tile bar new u....... On workshop Located lust out-
... :* ih''e' maintenance. 9 BR large corner lot, many-trees, tide the ctty on fenced well lenoV.seaped
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I 1! Arss ftd I FOR RENT FOR RENT PERSONAL HELP HOMES FOR SALE ...>d when brought spy te I*the wet office typed,!(j j:

PICKUP 3/4 ton 311
brick tone, bedroom Private
Speclallslnf duplex. af'lcaI.ond 1 West of Starke on SR 229. .
engine, manual new 8 ply In fireplace, n.w or yard and drlv. Gas, BR apt*., weekly or mon BUI'S SAW SHOPS Complete, SSI FOR YOURSELFi local MOBIII HOMISi Why pay Only 10 lot remaining. 1. FOR SALE \
lire. I.OOO.. Sa' Hln.
ton' rebuilt. No fob too large or light, water" furnished. Inquire thly. NEW FURNISHED sharpening service, clr- Amway Distributor are more? Buy direct from factory. to 1.45 acre priced $2.790

473-4033 Garage after 6 or phone too smoll. Call 473-2841. of 603 f. Washington STUDIOS monthly only. culer. hand carbide, enjoying extra Income. We Large selection of 24, to $4.343. Owner will

p.m.TFpd. tfnchg 10/25 Ave. 10/29 TFchg. 2313 N. T.mpl., Starke. chain, mower blade hollow how you how. Phone for 14, 12 wide COMMUNITY finance 10 pct. down 9 SNAPPED CORN. $110 ton
CASH FOR GOLD Sterling, SMAll FURNISHED HOUSES TFchg balanced Interview. plus bag. Wainwright
PATIO .ALE-Sunday, Nov ground and 964-8455. 10/25 MOBILE HOMES SALES. US 1/3 Interest to 10 .
Jewelry diamonds, coin, 7., It a.m. 4 p.m. 3 window Adult only. No pits. KITCHENETTES On. BR leave al Jackson Building 3tchg 1118.HAlaDIUSUS. pet. up Form SR 16. 2 mile lost of
North. .
9 to dusk. McMeekln land
d.ntal gold. Will vltlt Phone "".6352. 11/1 Open year 96/ 7535.
your air conditioner. apartment, pool TV. AC Supply. Storks or Keystone WANTED Starke. Phone -
1 to 6 Sunday. Phone Developer, Rl. 2, Box 344
: horn anywhere. Mr. Rlttman. space heater and occes.: TFchg. utilities. Included. Totally Ht*. TFchgALCOHOLICS Immediate positions 11/1 3tchg 11/15. I
475-1089.3/1 tfnchg. 4 Mlchetln tire NICI LARGE FURNISHED furnished Weekly, monthly ANONY. available In Starke' new 9648741. TFchg Hawthorn., Fla. Phone TRENCH COATi ladle lull

.LAKI LOTS FOR SAtfi refrigerator mag and*; three room and both rot... TEMPLE MOTEL MOWS modern salon Cllentelle 481.2063.10/15 4tpd 11/8 length leolher." tip out lining

Keyctone Height. miscellaneous. Turn left apartment. Prefer middle 880 N. Temple' Av., Phone 964-5148 or 944-6582. preferred. All applicant Keystone Club Elates HAY labia or Allslo. continually chocolate brown, also l
age people. No children or Starke. Phone 944-7397. be culling for field or .
wooded 'lot TFchg will' Interviewed Sendresume
; Beautifully on Plen 20. Used one season excellent
off SR-100 on td $R 214. Special. For Retiree
Phone 944-8O71. Itpd born soles' From 79 *
sand pet 9/20 TFcha. REMODELING BUILDING to Nu Waves, C/o per
clear bottom lake. condition. $79. +
7 mil.. Special. Deal For Cesh
Appro. house
Good term or discount for ; or ills TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY! 1 REPAIRS New kitchens, Robert Harris, P. O. Box bale up according to Phone 944-5321 after SIIn2All1
right on Hall lake. GARAGE AND OFFICE and also baths Affordable Home. quality, Lorry LaFall."..
cash. 1 to 9 acre with nice room efficiency family room. Brick 412 Stache. Fla. 32091. day' Saturday
473-3684. Itpd 11/8 SPACE for rent. Phone Cell 944.0533 473-3133 Starke. 9646273. T ,
tr... overlooking' 'lake sleeping room Weekly or block concrete Fireplace 10/25ltpd lint chg / .
from FOR RENT Two bedroom "".5261 or 964-4112. monthly. Come to Under .peela".... Grlffl. Con MEDICAL TECHNICIAN Starling SKI BOATs 16 H. fiberglass
$3,900 $300 POP-UP CAMPER ACt: good
down$50 month.Commercial house on on. ocr. lot. Bit TFchg wood Motel 3Vt mile struction. Phone 473-2108 alary $9,477 annually FOR SALE BY OWNER Two 73 boat, 74 Mercury 65 HP I
condition. 3 outlet,
'. lot on SR-21 North lake Santa F. canal.' $I7J THRU BEDROOM HOME North of Starke on US 301. or 473-2578. TFchg Require high school bedroom house. 910 St. engine, gator-Iilt, trailer, new lire. power$400. Phone {

available. monthly. 904-475-2233. $200 per month. Phon. TFchg. THE MOWER CLINICSmall graduate and 3 year pro Clalr' St., 18500. Phone $1.500 Call 944-5744 day ;
Owner- 944-4809. less
901-484-5814. tfnchg 11/1 944-8704. 11/8 TFchg MOBILE NOME LOT at Lok. engine' and all types of fessional nursing experience 964-5944 Or 244-7441. Itpd or 431-1440 after 8.00: p.m. 2tchfl
Saleman. 473-4379. 2/22 THREE FAMILY YARD SALE
Grandin with lawn repaired Including /license '
CARPENTER WORKS MIMOSA MANOR MOBIII fishing pier mower or a* 11/8 TFpd
tfnchg. Remodeling work kitchen HOMI PARK mobIl.home swim area and nice shade reborlng. Work practical nurse. Apply at CHAIN LINK PENCE 615 Francis St. Friday
1 FOR SALIi Twe acre. en tree $40 month. done reasonably. Henry' LAWTEY CORRECTIONAL 11/9 9 o.m. to S p.m..
cabin.. and for per I
and trimcarpenter. space r.nt. Phone material. Do It yourselfand
11.100 ...., /Keystone 448-2912. TFcho Phone 944-4479 after 3 brooder 944-9760. 6/21 INSTITUTION. 782.3811. CITY OF STARKI Installation Saturday. 11/10. 9 a.m. to

Height. .$300"" .Mill price Call Ed Reasonable p.m. Itpd 118FOR tfchg. Equal Opportunity 3 Br I'% Beth/Cerpert available.save Free estimate. 5 p.m. Itpd 11/8
per-' .Phone 4734051or Demptey ol BIRCH'* IPM PEST CONTROL Employ.r. Itchg 11/8 "'0.00 Down CAPTAINS BEDi Perfect con.
Clese To
473-2477. Fence Ca,
tfnchg 11/1 HandyMan
473-4347 after 6 p.m. SERVICES OF FLAs 320 N. KEYSTONE UNIFORM ditlon. Phone 473-3494
3/2 11/27 pd. FOR SAlIi. 14 loot Temple Av. Phone MANUFACTURING CO. on Everything 96/-8519. TFchgWATSON'I after 4 p.m. Itpd 11/8

WORK WANTIOl House Flberglas boat. 18-HP foot Urd County Rda I 944-9934. Household pests the old Keystone Airport Affordable Homes HOUSE OF YARD SALE! Saturday Sunday -

repair, roof repair, barn control trolling motor, and termite 11/8 TFchg Rood (blue building on left) Cell 944-SS33 Or 473.,I" VACUUMS, Many brand 9 until. Something for

built painting, room addition galvanized trailer plus... SEWING MACHINES Is taking applications for of new vacuum. Usedmachines all CHEAP. Everythingmust

*, screen porches, .tc. Ira. $950. Call 473-4490: REPAIREDi, All makescleaned experienced sewing THREE BEDROOM, on. bath available. Part go. Adam St. inLawtey.
Itpd 11/8 oiled and adusted. operator only. Thursday home on nice lot with 4 and accessories for all .
no lob too mall. Mlk.'ssmell Watch for signs.Itpd
repair. FOR ALE.Christmas ponlei PERSONAL SALE ( $10. Work and Friday. Nov. 8. 9 fromnoon pecan tree. Good vacuum systems. 404 NW 11/8

473-3997-day 473-2803- for sole or trod. Genii guaranteed. James until 3 p.m. Contactor neighborhood near 10th Ave., Gainesville, GAS RANGES Everything
alter 9 tfnchg 8/23 for children. Also some SERVICESCUSTOM NICE HOMI on well landscaped Strickland, corner MorganRd. see Jeonnle McKinney Madison 5.. Church. phone 374-7110. TFchg work. J. M. Edward.,

SEWINO p.m.MACHINI hone.. Call 473-4811. acre lot. located and Hwy 16. TFchg Itchg 11/8 Owner financed with BAHIA HAYs Argentina Phone 944.9379. Itpd 11/8

"DUI TO DIVORCE" Stchg 10121115 MADI near center of town. Mony OFFICE MACHINI REPAIR $2,000 down. $200 month. highly fertilised. Phone GARAGE SALIs 3 families.
FOUND Sat. p.m., mal. DRAPIRIESiFreeestimate pecan shade tree. Deep Phone 9646502. Starke Phone 494-2554. Itchg 11/8 964-4071. TFchg.BRICABRAC .
Futura. One ofSing.rs Friday/Saturday. Nov. 9,
Singer well and pickup and delivery. 9/20 LOST/FOUND
puppy. lab/greyhound .. local' city water andsewer. SHOP, Just
finest. Doe all 10. Clothing' all sizes,
block with collar no tog. distributor for completely Three BR, 2 bath, 8tpd 11/8. Fantastic 3 BR 2 Bath Creel opening. Hwy 21 North ofKeystone
stitches:buttonhole, blind 2-car hardwoodoak BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK LOST WHITE DOG port children coots, furniture,
lake G.n.va area washable nationally garage loom 1SOO Sq. ft.Fir.Place Ht*. Ceramic,
hem. .tc. SERVICES Bradford residential Spits named T.J. Crawford pots and dishes,
monogram floor
Eat-In kitchen.
advertised Gard.. .
10/11 doll. Indian
473-2111. tfnchg Bay Window Stucco All plaque, ,
Sold' n.w $589.50. Balance clallill.dad".rtl.lno Draperle SAW Enterprise Cedar closet.CH/A, family pump-_", $.,. Commercial Rd.. lawtey. Phone something for everybody
DIADLINI for New Kitchen ether Item.
$194. or $13 monthly. Will .. Ed or loma room and screened porch. 'and Industrial. Ful 782-3744.11/1 2tchg 111. Equipment Hwy 100 West behind Pin.L.v.1 .
In Monitor li $42.900.00.Affordable. Phone 473-7042. 7/26
take older machine a. partial Stephen. 494-2219. 3/1 Adjacent acre _lIabl.. 1'1'lc.n..d./ Phone LOST BLACK LABRADOR Church Phone
payment. For fr.. Tuesday at noon prior to TFN. W. S. River. 494-2241 or 964-1121. TFchgJANITORIAL' RETRIEVER at Klngsley Home TFchg 9444493. Itpd 11/8

home trial' and d.llv.ry the Thursday Issue the ad ClARKIS SAW SHOPS Complete 494-3841. TFchg SERVICES Lake.Anyone having Infor Call 564.55330,1733133 SALE GARAGE SAlEt
call credit manager collect I I. to appear. Change In sharpening service, 3 YARD SAUs Fri. Sat. Oct. Commercial residential, motion please contact Friday/Saturday, Nov. 9,

9043764467. tfn 10/18 classified should also kx hand, circular mower '.10; olio Oct. 14-17 educational' buildings 933-2339 or 533.2196. 'Itchg THREE BluROOM BLOCK 1913 Buick Riviera. 10. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 502 N.

AMERICAN LEGION BINGO mad. prior to the noon blade., chain sows, leave (.weather permitting, ) 10 church., etc. One lime 11/8 ? HOME 40x40 ft. garage. Loaded. New radial. Westmoreland' new subdivision

Highway 21 north Saturday deadline. at Crew Building Supply. a.m.-4 p.m. lot of cleaning or on weekly or One acre fish, pond on 3.2 off Pratt St.

7 and Sunday -2p.m. FOR SALEs Quality Starcrof lake Butler. 7/3 TFN. 'miscellaneous Item, monthly ball. Very LOST acre. $500 down. Phone AM/FM Radio. Everything from c,..or console
p.m. Sl..p.8.2 clothe, all size. 565 reasonable rote with all 1980 BHS Class Ring '1200.
Public Invited tfnchg pop-up comp.r. SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE E. 944-4287. Itchg 11/ TV to baby thing and
table., love, link TRAP cleanouts. Trailer Main St. Lok. Butler. work guaranteed. Fr. Lost at BHS under 064-8104 much more. Phone

10/18 refrigerator' h.ot.r. roofs and m.tal roof cool Itchg. 11/8. estimates Phone 473-2728 wooden bleachers SR-21 B Speedvllle/ Rd. S 944-5438. Itchg 11/8
WORK WANTED Hauling carpeted. $2.400. Keystoni ._Ied. Day' or night ser 12, FOOT 1 l-BIAMSiAssarted anytime. bpd 11/8 Initial.GDS One LIMIRO'JCi 20 yd. semi ,
Acre Estates With 3 Br 2 MOVING HAVE TO SELL
trash, .tc.Also tree trimm Height 4732910. tfnch{ .. Reasonable. Joe For length flat Iron. Best of ( Reword Ph 4734247.MISCELLANEOUS. Beth Electric fhortDistance loads only' ALLEN E. .
Fully Whirlpool *. heavy dutydryer
375-8319. 2tchg 1111 '.r. Call 494-3444 after 6p.m. .
ing. 10/18 yth, 4311022. All/ TAYl> lowtey. Phone"
11/8 CARS&TRUCKS To Santa Fe lake like New $125.
11/8 business Itpd.
appreciated. 3/31 7823172.
FOR RENTs Tr.nch.r, com TFchg
Phone 964-7420. Itpd 11/8
cement mixer, TFN Fishing.Affordable YARD SALE Saturday only.
pactor Home SEVERAL ITEMS 12 cu. fl.freeier. .
washer, lawn Tools, clothes, household
pr..ur. 'Evlnrud. C.n'U.SS330r473.'I"THIll $100. Butcher
tiller, oth.rgard.n Items 315 N. Clark St..
mowers 1971 Lincoln' Continental' block table $250. Couch
: 30x60x12 '1" sq. ft. auto and construction FOR RENTFARM FREE PUPPIESil/2, Doberman BEDROOM Mobil. Starke. Itpd 11/8 .
$500. Can be ...n at 554 $30. Phone 964 6287. Itchg
40x60x15 1" IIq. n- tool. KEYSTONE RENTALS 1/2 Labrador. Born Hornet excellent condition. QUAKER KEROSENE HEATER
S.W. 9th St. IB 11/8
60x108x15'2" SQ. R. Hwy. 21 North, HOUSE. 3 Bedroom 1 11/81tpd. anytime. WAGON. Mechanically Oct. 7. Will be ready to get 3000. Phone 944-4287. with blower, circulatorhumldlfl.r. PORK GRAIN FEDs Buy
ARCO STEEL BUILDINGS 473-2995. TFchg 1/2 mile west of Pro.vldone. sound $330 Phone IllS like
Nov. 12. First come, first Itchg new $80.
Call Toll FreePANELING REFRIGERATORS $150: 964-6034.10/18 11/8 direct from farm. Killed
Ideal' for 4tpd
choice. Phone 964-7066. Phone 96/-5683 after 9.30
1'8004' e226 ( dishwasher $50; bed $10 1978 DODOI PICKUP 4 WD. cut and wrapped. 70 cent
bmjy'bl"rbnied! $ Wpl.. 100 W. Near Crosby lake :SIr
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Parker St. Starke. 11/8 11/8
-'- hutch.SIS and other fur. Itpd p.m. Itpd p
.ate itim; ; -1IiI MARYKArCOSMETICSLouise ,hoMTSirSOOCn ill 11/8 only' 14.000 mile Needs 2 Beth Family' loom CARPORT IALI.FridaySaturday a lb. dressed welt,
nllure I Item. 494-3548. '
2tchg. some work on one side of 1440 Sq. Ft. Only $1180.00 Phone 782-3633. II
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11/8 Itchg.
iI body. $3.400. phone Down. 1I'29
ONI DEER HOUNDione dog HOMES 10. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Many
944-3585. 11/1 2tchg 11/8. REGISTERED BRAHMA BULL
I Starling HELP box 2 compartment; on. 1973 CHEVY SIESTA pickup Affordable Homes used Items, new handmade .
with 3 80
CENTER I FOR SALE Call 964-SS33 Or 473."" papers yr.
1 Evening 473-3092 dog box 3 compartments.Mad. New paint AT, good con table linens, guaranteed breeder

I Paneling Molding I Kcyslon HeightsVACUUM WANTEDTEXAS of steel and covered dition. $1.400. Phon. afghans, pillows, etc. 105 ALSO. 3 porker for

with plywood. 494-3401 or 9647813. Itchg 11/8 THREE BEDROOM I tM both N. Epperson St. Itchg II II freezer Dressed or on

I Kitchen Cabinets I REFINERY CORPS Offers 496.2293 after 9 p.m. 11/8 1973 TOYOTA TRUCKS Phone brick' home, utility/car FOR SALE ELECTRIC ORGAN $450. foal. Phone 964.5630 alter

I Counter Top SALEOVERSTOCKED plenty of money plus LIKE Itchg.NEWifour Grand Prix 782.3376 after 6:30: p.m. port, near Starke Country Phone 9645454. Itchg 1 11 I IS p.m. Itpd 11'8

Vanities I cash bonuses to mature Itchg 11/8 Club. Well kepi lawn. Ideal SEWING MACHINE YARD SALSi Friday'Satyr. .." SOFA and swivel choir
In Union Milll-Troc 1200.15 tires 1973 FORD LTD Brougham: 4 day' Nov. 9, 10. 3 miles
I person County for' young couple orretirees. "DUE by Marshall. Blue/White
Inch DIVORCE"Singer
on eight slot rims, fora all Phone TO
power North of Starke. US 301. 9a.m.
FREE area. Regardless of experience Immaculate,
1 I Ford. Call 752.0782. 11/8 fabric excellent condition
Futura. One of
OFF 964-5869 after 5pm. Itchg until. Itpd 11/8
20% write A.N. Pale, almost new $30,000.
$200 for both.
Itpd. finest. Price firm.
| ESTIMATES ,.. 11/8 Singer Doe all
P Box 711, Fl. Worth Phone 964-9756 or 13 ACRE FARMi with housetrailer
NEW-USED 1974 FORD PICKUP, FIDO, stitches: buttonholes, blind ALSO. Small couch and
TX.76101. II/a land. Ten
1tchcJ. SEWING MACHINI'"DU. base. 96/-7050, Marvin Brown. hems on pecan chair, well used. S35 for
IVAUGNN-IONNSON REBUILT KIRBYS TO DIVORCE" half ton longwheel monograms, etc. tr.... Phone 964.8077.
HELP WANTED Phone 944-8709 after S TFchg Sold new SS89.50. Balance both. Phone 964.6488 alter
i co. Singer Fulura. One ofSlng.r' p.m. Itpd 11/8 HOME IN COUNTRY on one $194 or $13/monlh. Will 104 TFchg. 6 p."'. llpd 11 I.
Bookkeeper final Doe all 1948 DODGE CORONET acre of land located lOll SR take elder machine

I 140 S. Thompson St. iI Experience stitches: buttonholes, blind Run good. Phone 964.6283 100. 2 miles out of city tial payment. For as free par Can be seen at Hi-lo Store, WANTEDGOOD

AL YOUNG'SS necessary. hems, monogram., etc. for detail Itpd 11/8 limits House Is frame, 3 home trial and deliverycall corner 16 and 121 Railord.
I Old Coca Cola Plant' Send resume to Sold $589.50. baths, Phone 431-1020. 2tchg
Mt. N. HWY. 301 new BaUtnce( 1971 BRONCOs 12x19 tires, BR, 2 carport large credit manager collect PRICES PAID (for used
964-9711 P. O. Box 1223. Itpd $194 or $13/month. Will roll bar, AM/FM. phone 'Iron porch with utility 904-374-4467. tin 10/18 118. mobile home if mortgage
I STARKE. FLLicensed lake old.r machine a* partial 782.3928.Itpd 11/8 buildings. Washer/dryer WESTERN SADDLE Excellent is I 3'4 paid or more. OLIN'S

-. W payment. For free 194S DODGE Custom MO range and refrigerator can 1 FRAMPOLINEi New round condition $75. Phone MOBILE HOME SALES

-- INSURANCEMAINES home trial and deliverycall Run good. Best offer be Included. Phone list $599.95, sale $319.95. 9648704. I II L 1 TFchg. 964-5606. Open 7 days

credit manager collect Phone 9648813. bpd 11/8 9646034, 10/18Itpd 11/8 8x12 list $39995. sale weekly TFchg
Broker or licensed. Salesperson INSURANCE AGENCY 904-376-4467. tin 10/18 19SI CHIVY PICKUPS 3/4 $24995. Phone 1 1.778.3227 Fares. Heights 14 W. WANTED Mobile home axles
Ion. Will trade 'for 4 ft, SI." lost 2 I'/t Acre 2.3 Br 2 Bath .
SELL" 160 5. lake Av., Lak. Jox. TFchg and tires Will pick up.OLINS .
CAN YOU mower for 9N Tractor Estates With 3 BR. 2 Bath Paved Street'Affordable
Butler.' 4963978. CompleteInsurance I FENCING, All kind., hog MOBILE HOME
Your fu11-tim. Franchise In Real Estate, right In Phone 964-7184. Itpd 11/8 Room
own Service. TFN Family Fully Equlped wire, welded wire, barbwire SALES 964-5606. Open 7
area. And NO franchise chorg. Notional Company', EVERYONE IS INSURABLEl StereosPhono 1979 luv plck-up, like Stove Refrigerator wood chain link; Homes days o week. TFchg

established in 1900, largest In It.field All advertising. all Immediate coverage by new . . 4895.00 Dishwasher B Disposal Only 'Iree estimates MANNING Call 44-4533 Or 473."" CASH FOR COINS. Gold

signs, 'forms supplies furnished Professional, Trainingand phon. JOE USHERAGINCY496.2i26 Needles Adam Auto Sale $110.00 Down.Affordable FENCE CO.. 4734822. FIREWOOD! I 1.2 ton pickup. silver sterling. dental
from Startto or Keystone 473-4470 Homes gold. GF scrap jewelry
Instruction given for rapid development Records Heights Keystone TFchg cut and split $50. Phone optical
Buyers from 496-29O3.TFN ,, rapes 1978 Ford Fairmont, 4door. Call 4-5533 Or 473-3133 frames, etc J R. Bull-
Nationwide advertising brings
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_. e runners celebrated homecomings of sortsn Festival of Lakes one miler this year and hJhf run$:43 for II}t
the first Piggly Wiggly "Minl-Marathon" in the track mile.
rJunday. Proceeds from the race go to the Homebound Intervention -
: Ida Track Club runner Tony Lawson of Gainesville Program a project for mentally freUrted pre- t I
,, urned to his native Starke and easily won the Smile schoolers run by the Bradford-Union Association for 4'has
'feature road race over brother James of the Jacksonville Retarded Citizens. /
Track Club. His winning time was 29:05: to James' 33:33: For Griffith the run served as a tuneup for the national
clocking.In junior college women's cross country championships to be
the mile run Cindy Griffith a 1978! BUS grad and cross held in Wichita Kansas Nov. 811. Her SFCC team won the 'rJ }
country-track star who is now a scholarship runner at Santo state JUCO championships recently with the BUS grad 9+ a
; Fe Community College, took the title in 6:22.: She bested placing seventh over the 3.1 mile Tallahassee course,
Keystone High ninth grader Micki Sibley the 1978! state 880 fourth best for the Lady Saints. Her time'Uler..arter a
yard champ for class AA schools, who crossed In 6:27.: season-long bout with illness,was 21:30: well jtrff her best of
"r Runners said both road courses were a bit longer than 18:30.: *
r advertised. Lawson has dipped down into the 27 minute ,Sibley too, said she wasn't in top form after laying off I kaflI
class over five miles while Griffith turned the track mile In since the summer. w
F 5:11 as a high schooler Sibley ran 6:21: in the Keystone Age group winners and their times follow:. '
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all 1.10 Clrl.- onr. Myere,'iots0I .
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{ / 11.40 Won .n'*..Bvrfy McO**, 10)41) ., ,- 4T
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i 41-and over Wom.n..-.ldn. 0.1.12:27 ..,**, It.8 Up for Grabs... Mike Chandler at far right came up with this ball for an
.5%, First place In the Starke Men's Flag Football League was Interception to help Mac's to Its 19-7 win
I 41-and...'Men'.John Dmd.ia.n,13:21 up for grabs Sunday when Mac's Music Shop with white Also pictured facing camera are. Wolf Dommon of
i>' and dark tops upended three-time defending league Mac's. Dale Haas and Erie Biggs of KT-Sonny'i. Chris
6-MII. champs Kitchen's Tlle-Sonny's Real Pit. Chandler of Mac's, and KT-Sonny's Wayne Teston. no. 26.
Top Women-Undo DeWltt. M:30 .
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11.11/oy.11.1701'1.-Gr.dy Sot lie' J4i3S Game Commission Urges Care in Area CampingCamping I


t on wildlife management In most instances these lands are problem occurs not only during hun- I
f Hunting Season Opens This WeekendThis area Is a right not a privilege. not owned by the commission, but are ting season but continues throughoutthe .
That's what a recent Florida Game leased from private land owners. year.
I coming weekend Is the one ties are In the Northeast region. and Fresh Water Fish Commissionmemo Landowners receive a nominal fee The commission is charged with
Tony Lawson gets a congratulatory everyone has been cleaning their Snipe and the second phase of dove says In urging hunters who usually below market value, for providing responsibility of campsite
handshake from the PlgRiy Wiggly guns and getting their dogs ready for, season also opens on Saturday. Bear camp to take care in the areas. lands to the public. maintenance. Wildlife management
pile after his win in the 5-Mile: as regular hunting season opens may be taken in Baker and Columbia "Camping on wildlife managementareas Abuse and negligence of campsitesby personnel have spent a considerable
"Minl-Marathon" while Cindy Griffith Saturday, Nov. 10, for this area. counties. is considered a vital part of the the public on Gulf Hammock amount of time since hunting season
accepts her trophy (tat right for January 0, will be the closing of total land-use program set up by Wildlife Management Area is hung trying to keep garbage and litter out
her vin In the one-mllrr, Deer, wild hog, quail, turkey and hunting season for this area. Florida's Game and Fresh Water dizing the Commission's of campsites but the problem con
Behind Cindy i is Lawson and his squirrel season opens in Everglades, The first phase of duck and coot Fish Commission,".the press.release lease with Georgia-Pacific Corpora. tinues to grow.
brother James the runnrrup in the South, Centraland Northeast season opens November 21 and closes ays. tion. The main problem is litteringand The Commission reminds everyoneof
t five-mile road race. Regions. Bradford and Union Coun- December 14. The balance of the message disposing of garbage Improperlyat the responsibilities of keeping litter
follows: the three campsites there. This and garbage out of the campsites.
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