Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01732
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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: UF00027795:01732
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The line-up of new boildtag at the
vo-tech center her UKlaoe (J-r> a

new clothing production faculty anew I .. PKY U8NAkr '
administration betiding a new' :",," ..!ti .t..ra'at' ; 'I"t'"", u
carpentry Instruction area and a Section A
huge new shop building for heavey BRADFORD
equipment repair at extreme right. C,'

d( : The clothing buildings I.I at left the

closest to Orange Street: the ad 1879 TI,.
ministration build lg to next, betweenthe SINCE -
clothing building and the old
ra ::3r Phase I building and the carpentryarea
U an addition sets the original i f
Phase \ building. 1 '

The new buildings will enable the -
vo-tech center to hone all courses on 'J! 'I
campus, with tie exception of the '
truck driving whirl Is taught on a
driving range at Lake Butler.At i
The Sweetest Strawberries 'This Side of Heaven ,
I, $left, school bard member Pat ,:;:
Spengler and architect Craig Salley ,
Inspect a new acwiag station. The tout Year STARKE. FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy !
machine rolls 1. and tuck under the ,-t 17th Issue Thursday November IS. 1)7. USPSM27Mfor '
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, Jimmy Jones was caught at the new
) shop building this week as workmenwere Wins
putting finishing touches on. fired Psychologist

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Dr. Joseph Vey, former Bradford Vey protested his firing at the hearing Vey's million dollar lawsuit. Peed in
? 1'1" !4' 1"tJflj' : Union Guidance Clinic psychologist saying the termination did not U.S. District Court In Jacksonville,
I ,, : bll won a appeal In a Tallahasee district follow procedures outlined in the asks for "actual, General,' punitive
f court Thursday. Nov.8. reversing the clinic policy book, namely the lack of and compensatory'7 damages from
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,' '" ; ,At District III Mental Health Board' a written reprimand. Vey said the the District III Board the B-U
,; ,'..\''. .'r decision to refuse Vey a formal hearing -' guidelines call for 10-day period after Guidance Clinic and Lennon.
,; ..c.,r. of his grievances against the a written remand during which The first count of the suit contends .
d .: '..' clinic. time the given a chanceto Vey was terminated as a result of exercising
: rectify the grievances against him. his First Amendment lights
'II't A $1 million lawsuit filed In federal At the hearing Vey a therapist at of free speech and in violation of
court in Jacksonville U still pending.The the clinic since 1974 asked for rights under the First and Fourteenth .
4 }+ t r <1-I First District Court 01 Appeals reinstatement to his position ai staff Amendments.
;a /" Jo4'\+; ruled Vey was "entitled to a fair and psychologist and outpatient coordinator Count two states Vey was terminated
', Impartial) formal hearing"' from the compensation for back pay prior' to being given any ,
'i. I" ., District III Board*The appeals court sick time leave time and vacation hearing,'an express violation of procedural "
upheld Vey' contention that the time. rights under the rules and
clinic's personnel committee meeting Portion of the hearing held In the regulations of the clinic and the' "
wu.only an informal hearing. Union County courthouse were closedby District III board. .' f..
committee request to allow the' That count continues that during an" .., '
.aAr4 Investlglktlon Into the firing of testimony.of patient witnesses and Informal 'grievance hearing field ... '
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dropped Dattarittrid >testimonyan-erose'examlmtation-of<*. ,. -.I' "' iMPlfailBjCtfv" ..*.i, lT.'*
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psychologist protested his June 10 firing V", next full board meeting of the
by clinic director Dr, William District III board !is set for Nov. 26 at
Lennon. 5:30: p.m. in the HRS Conference
Room 2002 N.W. 13th St. In t:J1r ruwii iTricrThur l
Vey requested a hearing before the Gainesville.
'trt ''t7 Y 1 i personnel committee needed by lI
chairman Robert Driggers clerk of
'the court of Union County. Early DeadlinesThis I

A seven-hour hearing held Aug. 8
Four NewVo-T resulted in the denial of Vey's request Week
Buildings for reinstatement by the full B-U
Guidance Clinic board and the subsequent
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday
appeal to the district mental when there
next Thursday, Nov. 22.
health board which refused to hear will be no mail service, the Telegraph J
Pass School Board InspectionThree Vey.In. will be published Tuesday Nov. 20.

addition to Driggers the person- The paper will be printed early
nel committee was composed of Tuesday and put on sale In street
of four new buildings at the mlnlstnative offices now housed in the education, nursery operations date Union County Commissioner Sam stands. Subscribers will get there
Bradford-Union VocationalTechnicalCenter first phase building will move into the processing general adult education Johns Starke attorney Richard Welty papers in the mail Wednesday Nov.
were accepted as substantially new building. Guidance counselorswill classes and Individualized Manpower and John Diggs of Starke.!!
complete Monday night Nov. 12, by move into the present administrative Training (IMT) for remedial 21.Due the early publication date, cor-
the Bradford School Board. offices and commercial work toward a high school diploma. The August hearing produced a let- respondents are asked to have their da. Ne 17..
Every vo-tech course will be housedon vehicle driver classes will move into ter to Vey stating the clinic's reason copy in the Telegraph office Monday _raChill/Soup.
campus for the first time, drawingthe the present guidance space. for the firing: "It is the unanimous a day early.Deadlines. luncheon etftUthedlit '.
programs in from temporary Carpentry classes now taught at Some 350 students attend day decision of this Committee that the for both display and Pellewthla. .. toll(
buildings. Center Director Ted the Bradford County fairgrounds will classes at the vo-tech center and conduct Is unbecoming a clinic classified advertising will be noon 7..m.-4.,...../Lh II-J
the three into the ad- from 150 to 200 attend evening ..
Oglesby says new buildings move carpentry area an employee and the termination is Monday Nov. 19.
accepted Monday night-a clothing dition to the phase one building and classes. The number is constantly upheld." Vey was fired for allegedly Any copy that can be brought to the City. Planning. a Zoning'
production complex a new carpentry adjacent to the present shops. Heavy changing. Oglesby said pointing out using profanity while counseling a Telegraph office Thursday or Friday Committee Meeting. .7<30,.....
classroom complex, and a new administration equipment repairs will be moved to enrollment is not as constant as the teenage client and "Improper will be greatly appreciated.The City Hall
building-should be oc- the new shop,the fourth new building. high school. behavior." EditorThis .
cupied by Christmas.The Into Its place adjacent to the new A Public Meeting' Featuring
will be moved the air- .. .. ".... --- Rearecentettoe' Prank William'
fourth building in the 1.544 carpentry area "" ""I"'''' .001< ; '" I
conditioning classes,now housed In PlI.NMeftttll N.ebhr
million project, a huge shop buildingfor
the t f. A will.
four concrete building at the south end CenummHy Caring" "
heavy equipment be plus finished of the Bradford High track. shown followed by...,.ev...... '
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within classrooms 10 days is expected contractor Ernest The huge shop building with eight IC.Schaal...Mtg. ..... ,
repair bays will house heavy equip- 7>MPJM.redferdUnlon .
Triest told the school board. The
ment mechanics truck and bus r Guidance Clink
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building mechanical Is complete and air-conditioning except mechanics welding and masonry. .. it and the Clvitan. Club of St..... _
Triest said.Triest'l Classroom work will take place in of' '
four new classroom in the middle of .. .Nov..17... .
firm,'Triest Construction of the new shop, now the most westerly .SyvrA/II ; .:
Keystone Heights erected the four vo-tech building located near the iM A.M.-4 P.M.
buildings In less than a year. Construction Westside Park Softball field which Is a Comm.State lank
started after Christmas last on school property.Welding by Pea.Werner J,.Pa*..... Team
year. classes are currently -
The Phase 4 addition run the valueof taught In the old bus garage on North : Oetorlend CS dub Pith Pry
the entire vo-tech center to around Thompson Street and in back of Joe's oJIt I."to 7iMPJM. --
$3.5 million. Saw Shop which faces Washington S.....Parmar Market ',:::
The board Street. Masonry classes are now ........*tar cKartty.TURKIV
was complimentary .....
to Triest taught In t the old Conway house which
a* they walked throughthe I
faces Street and is of ';.:
three buildings and later in the Orange a part SHOOT
special board meeting. 'The new the vo-tech and middle school of lawtey Correctional
buildings were termed both attractiveand grounds. Pistol, Range Beginning
substantial by school board "It's like playing checkers" said ........mrtMTf.. -
members."I Oglesby of the moving he's done to .,..*,by two lmleyee*dub
house vo-tech classes. Nobody will be PuMK.Invitee:
think they've done a whale of a ::.:.
job," said Center Director Ted happier than Oglesby jto. see the
classes all housed r s ...... .
Oglesby of Triest's Job on Phase 4. on campus. Menee H .
This construction completes with the Classes already housed In phases Ilki. end.,Ia.....Na. 101D
exception of a few classrooms all 1-3 of the vo-tech: center Include drafting \ 1<, /Mer7iQOP.M.Meeting .
plans on the drawing board for the vo- auto mechanic, truck and bus .J. ..1,00 P.M.ad.N.rd .
tech center. mechanics, electronics technology. .....
All three of the new buildings face radio and TV repair culinary arts Co.Sckeel...

Brownlee Street (SR-229) and are accessible ..cosmetology, cosmetology. business, F Meeting. .7iOS'.M.
from the main parking lot, ,. .
which WM also enlarged. : ..r.v..4oy......H" '
The new 3,000 square foot building Sterke City Council
on the northeast corner of the vo-tech Index.... Meeting7tP.M..
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20-station clothing production room TWO SECTIONS .m t 3a,
plus an adjoining fitting room and In ... ."",
structor's office. The building also Society. .?. . ..,.Page. SA-7A :,1 ,"' ,r I "'_, ) Courtesy
has four rest rooms and a storage One Must Be a 40 Pounder! : ; : t' '\ 4
room. Sewing classes were housed In'the New Editorial.. .....w;.Pages. ..1A.-3A.IA-I9A.... Pag.4A,". \ ": ,, ; : ; i JACKSON BSlLBUiG

offices rear(old of the usa county building administrative) but have Legal,'.., *.........Real\; ,{.".".".,,...' ..... ... Page. 13A... .The** gobbler probably arwf dtoctMclag their Is ... too attached to the birds..help with the....... that tins SUPPLY Of Stark ': \,
this j '\ \ neat futare BonetkeleM 4 UBd far IkeThaaksotvlng late edlbleo.
not been operational semesterdue \i they a> 'still them feasting '
to lack of space .' ',' '' SECTION 6 d.' .1. '',: :, ; UM ea N*<,. 13. John IiarU and Breeds "And I don't eat turkey on "' .aks"..,." the added Hwy 301 S. 964-6078' t
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Additional Review Due County Audit Bill Area Commissioners ToldArea

county commissioners were told Monday night the bill requiring counties Counties are saying the state should either help finance the audits or have the up to a .ks of revenue for counties particular small ones" said Thomas.
to audit themselves .Is up for additional review when the legislature holds a auditor general do the audits. Also the process of hiring an auditor has come After the meeting was adjourned. Andy Johnson, DJaetaonvUia. asked
special session beginning Nov. 26. under fire because CPA firms cannot advertise. A county must sign a letter of intent commissioners to the renewed construction of the Gro* -Florida Barge
John Thomas executive director of the State Association of County Commissions with a firm to receive a price quote. If the quote Is too nigh and the flr..i hi Canal (CFBC), which support is one-third complete.
,spoke to commissioners from Nassau,Putnam,St.Johns Duval and Bradford disengaged that firm cannot .be rehired. Johnson asked that delegates to this weekend's state Democratic convention
counties about legislature concerning county governments.The Some modifications In the competitive bidding could reduce costs for self. change the party platform halting completion of the barge canal. Johnson said..
Informal meeting held at the Bradford County Courthouse was called to audits as well as a single audit on a countywide basis. Thomas said. An agree Democratic presidents In the past have all been for the canal T:::
create better communication among county governments, the state associationand ment has been reached to form a committee which would review auditor "The canawiU be built-withor without you. However, with your support the.
the legislature Thomas explained to the handful of county officials atten- qualifications and recommend! auditors to the county board Thomas added. canal may be finished in few years Instead of 10 or 20." Johnson said during his!:!:
ding. Other Issues that went before the legislature affecting county governments
were the allowable uses of 5th and 6th tax monies for road It impromptu speech. 'a;
gas resurfacing. was Johnson of :
emphasized the CFBC would provide the cheapest! means transportation '
Thomas said if Gov. Graham does not agenda the county audit bill for review questioned whether road resurfacing constitutes major construction and was for energy-providing coal. All over the world people use water as the mist
association Hyatt Brown and Senate President Phil Lewis have promised the decided that It did after small and large counties worked together on the Issue efficient means of transporting bulk goods Johnson said _.:.
bring the matter before the legislature.The bill which has caused Thomas said. Politicians would be foolish to halt the canal's completion because it will pros
considerable consternation among counties because of the cost involved In an internal The abolition of district mental health board was put off.the veto single-stop vide cheaper electricity for Floridians Johnson noted.. Environmentalists who,;:.;
audit, was hotly contested In the legislature and resulted in Brown and permitting the repeal of the prevailing wage rate and the continuance of motor have argued the canal would destroy wildlife usurp Florida's aquifer and.::
vehicle all actions the SACC
inspection were legislative was involved in that
Lewis advising counties against It. environmental
destroy surrounding waters were told after$2.5 million Impact.?
Bradford County's audit bill could run as high as 140,000 and CPA Pat Farnsworth directly concerned county governments. study, that none of those things would happen. '.';:
(who has tentatively been hired to audit the county) said Bradford Is Thomas also spoke of upcoming legislative pieces that will affect counties "Now is the time to persuade your constituents that water is the cheapest"an4<< :;
lucky because it has been audited In the past few years. Counties that haven't "There are no proposals coming up that will protect the coffers of city and most effective means toward cheaper energy for the future, Johnson told comp:;
been audited In several years could' face a very expensive audit. county government The expenditure limitations and the S percent tax cap add mlssioners.

Five Bradford High Students Make Straight A's -S3w I ILori


p_ a i1wEr1r Sixty-nine Bradford High students I Stralght-A students who compose Flynn, daughter of Mr. and Sophomores: Tina Best. Debra'.. .
... percent of the 1,052 member student less than 1/2 of one percent of the student Mrs. Charles Flynn of Starke. Miss Crutchfleld. Tammy Denton Teresa
body earned places on the first body, are: Flynn is enrolled in algebra II. Griffis, Teresa Harley Hope
asac es ra :r ; phyelcaleducation. Jackson Gina Lane Mary Martin ,JJ
,, t r M a. rl epwl ww six-weeks grading period which end- modern science English
r ed Oct. .. Janice Jockel daughter of Mr. and ,civics: and Glee Club. Terri RanParade Miller Jennifer
r uvs Just five of the academic elite earn- Mrs. Richard Jockel of Starke. Miss Nix. Julia Pendarv,- :-
O r'Rg4s + v ed straight-A's for the first six-weeks. Jockel Is a teacher's aide and Is Robin Stern daughter of Mr. and Thomas Powell Vivian Sheffield, 4*
They are seniors Janice Jockel enrolled in psychology: bookkeeping Mrs. Roland Stern of Starke. Miss Karen Thorpe Richard Tralnor,;,:;
Hence Williams and Beth Yawn; humanities and English. Stern Is enrolled In English, modern Allyson Waters Barbara Wike. ,-j
sophomore Vickie Carver, and science civics: : physical education -
freshmen Lori Flynn and Robin chorus and algebra II. Freshmen: Susan Alvarez. Ethel:::
Stern. Renee Williams, daughter of Mr. Bass,. Dale Buchanan Edward:;/ ;
and Mrs. Lysle Williams of Hampton Crews, Thomas Crosby Maria*'
Lake. Miss Williams is a teacher's Darley Beth Francis,George Hedge
This term BHS students are re- aide and is enrolled in advanced A-B HONOR ROLL Kimberly Lawson Curtis Locklin
quired to be enrolled in four academic Sixty-five of the 1,052 BHS students
French IV John
English trigonometry Bradford McRae. Riggs
subjects to be eligible for academic earned either A's or B's for a place on Robin-n:
& humanities beginning typing. Eugenie Rising Craig Sapp
honors. Therefore more students are the A-B honor roll: Stern Jeffery Taylor Donna Tyler.CORRECTION ;jJ
academic all .
f taking courses day long.If
m Seniors Johnnie Bell Peggy
they 'need only three credits Beth Yawn daughter of Mrs. Lila Cooper, Sarah Faulk Christie
students are allowed to leave school Rae Yawn of Starke and Judge Faulkner. Terry Goodge Catherine ::t
u T"r at mid-day. If they need four Theron Yawn of Gainesville. Miss Grider Lewis Kersey. Chub Johnson .
academic credits to graduate senior Yawn is a teacher's aide for band and Timmy Jones Kevin Miller. Susan "
.rr students are required to attend is enrolled In advanced English 12 Owens,Beth Patray,Deborah Ratliff. %
J :: classes for the full tix-period day.: biology II, psychology band and Lisa Reddish Dirk Schmidt Richard
ts M : r "Yes Sir. It's a heckuva"lot harder humanities. Smith Lydia Star,James Tomlin- Last week we inadvertently called
) r to make straight-A'i now assistant son Pam Joyce Wain- the new fire chief by the assistant;
3. to principal Charles Thomas who Vickie Carver daughter of Mr. wright, and Cheri Wright police chief Harry Crews. The new
stopped to get a look at the five top and Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke. Miss fire chief is Bobby Lewis. not Harry',
Stralght-A students at Bradford High for the first six-weeks are (l-r): Sested- grade earners for the first six-weeks. Carver is enrolled In plane geometry Juniors Joey Herres Ronald Crews. We apologize for the error ,;"
Janice Jockel. Beth Yawn, and Renee Williams. Standing- Robin Stern Lori It was the first time any of the five advanced English, physical education Jones Sherra Mott Deborah
Flynn. and Vickie Carver have made all-A's at the high school advanced biology I, chorus and Parmenter. Regina Rasnlck Joyce
although they have been honor roll Glee Club. Thorpe Dale Underbill. -..
students. The two freshmen Lori
Flynn and Robin Stern were frequent
""Liberty It to be tubtervsd whatever oceuri." straight-A students at the middle !3
Walt Whitman school. Hampton CouncilApproves $39,269Budget cJT I

Hampton council members Former councilman Wilton Hart meeting plus money for any other ej j J[
NoWs the time for expert help. money should you keep easily available.In unanimously approved the $39,269 said employees at the fire department penses Incurred while working on city.matters. .
If there was ever a time for people to be checking or passbook savings?Would a trust budget at Tuesday night's regular would rather have the city repair the Hardenbrook works in the*,
careful about managing money ift now. program be best for your Investment needs? meeting after making a few ad- trucks. "If the county gets involved county property appraiser's office

Now the time you need more than mere Could you benefit from the tax advantagesof justments.Councilwoman. and anything haRp8ns. those trucksare '".
an IRA plan? Wilma McDaniels the county's. Hart said. Councilwoman Lola Williamsop! *
financial advice.You need expert personal pointed out there were no funds for In other business: requested funds for the city float for
help from professionals.Who can guide you These are questions the Florida National street repair and asked that The resignation of City Attorney the Christmas parade on Dec. 8. She
through the confusing jumble of financial people can help answer. For your needs something be done since the streets Reggie.Flynn was unanimously accepted asked for $50 and received $75 by
plans develop a program that1 right for you. your goals. **&&,, "**,.,. M Vare badly in need of repair, ; ": "' and Lee HardenbrooJt ap,., unanimous. ,approval. Yaw am a n .
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ill and put tt to work. *", They'll put your ft .Fta dad>amounting to,$3400, were'taken pointed : itbe'i new-city/.attorney; ,r I' '" "" '''''' J '(1JIIIII}? (JfJ
money from the contingency fund,., rdrsignedteffnctsQC/,16us : .
you best manage your "and1} tor wittly\
Your needs are different from anyone "II! miscellaneous funds recreation and Hardenbrook will receive$50 for each Jerome Kelly engineer
else's.Your financial plan has to be.too. For the future. public safety funds. Chairman Ted meeting plus money for any other expenses drup & Parcel, told council members!!
example.Is a 4-year certificate of deposit Now the time. (Set to know your bank i f Curtis suggested the money be divid- Incurred while working on city the change order for the new well was
right foryoo.J7 Or would a 6-month The people who do more. ed between the fire department and matters. under review by the Farmer's Horn}?
money 1 street repair. Council members Councilwoman Lola Williamson Administration and work on drilling
market certificate work better How much agreed and said the money could be requested funds for the city float for the well should begin within threo
transferred later if needed. the Christmas parade on Dec. 8. She weeks. ;J
"The two fire trucks we have are a asked for $50 and received $75 by
safety hazard-they shouldn't even be unanimous approval.In City Clerk Iris Hart told the coun-
SOME PLAIN 1. on the road much less be used to put other business: cil $623 in utilities receipts had been
out fires," said Councilman Chuck The resignation of City Attorney stolen from her home last Saturday
Rowland. Reggie Flynn was unanimously accepted Of that. $212 In checks had been
After some discussion as to whether and Lee Hardenbrook was appointed returned. The checks were found In a
TALK ABOUT a new truck should be purchased or as the new city advisor. garbage can In the Oaks Mall ux:
repairs made, or have the county Hardenbrook will act as consultantfor Gainesville. Hart said the sheriff:*
t repair the trucks, it was decided to the city in financial matters. department had not yet apprehended.
NANAOINO MONEY use half of the $3,100 to repair the Flynn resigned effective Oct. 16. anyone but had a good idea of whti
trucks. Hardenbrook will receive$50 for each was involved in the theft. '".


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Approximately 80 people were on 1.The new facility will employ 106 !
hand Thursday, Nov. I, for an Owens- -worker with an annual l payroll of .
Illinois kickoff luncheon beld to about '1.1 million mostly local I State Supreme CourtThe I
familiarize local leaden with the new workers said Theiler.He;said employ-. I II
multi-million dollar Mwmill to be processed will begin being II
located Just east of Lake Butler. after the first of the year I
Political leaden from Bradford, and applications will be. available at single-family mortgage from the PTA foundation Is being
Baker, Columbia and Alachua counties the Central Repair Shop. revenue bond issue has been ruled done now.
aa well aa three state representatives Theiler said hiring and train will constitutional by the State Supreme Commissionen discussed having a
,Joined delegations from the begin In the second 1980 Court for Polk County clearing the toll-free telephone system for
Union County School Board, Worthington she the plant will begin operation in I way for Bradford County to proceed Brooker and Hampton residents to
Springs, Raiford, Lake fourth quarter. with its $13 million revenue bond cad the court house at an additional
Butler issue, county commissioners learned coat of$lC1t per month however action
and several courthouse of- Sawmill construction.is expected to
ficials for the luncheon held at O-I's last Monday at their regular meeting was taken.
begin as soon as equipment
Jess Wolbert aald Brooker
County Attorney Dudley Hardy said Attorney
Palestine Lake Lodge, northwest of said Theiler and the mill should reach
la for Extended
the should be available next filing aa application
Lake Butler and out in the woodsIn money
way full production In 1982. He Mid the
sometime. 10.5 Area Service with the Public Service
year Approximately
Union County.Bradford plant employing the latest technology million will be available for mortgage Commission and If their application la
officials included
county commissioners present Hazel Paulk, will produce 60 million cords board of feet annually The hard-working BMS students caned straight A's for the first six weeks loans after the bonds are issued approved, commissioners will not

MaxIe Carter and E.W. Hodges, ..w mber., using Most 126,000 of the timber pine will grading period. They are, front left to right: Ua Marie James Mb grade TUa | The bond issue,which represents no have to change the phone system.
Sheriff and Marie Bowen. 8th grade: Michelle Lyam Kimutlt. sth grade; and Allen J. Gun > expense to county taxpayers Is for Wolbert suggested that the commixsloe I
Rep. from().I'.Southern Woodlands
Funk: Williams, D-Crystal Lake but come some will be purchased locally, sales eth grade. Not pictured are Melanie Kyle Wad 7th grade and Faith I! middle to lower income families and wait until Brooder receives: word
Robert, sib grade. allows for a two percent below the on their EAS application.
None of the five Union
County com- added Theiler. The kilns will operate
County Clerk Gib Brown told eommJaaIonen *
regular borrowing interest rate on
mlssionen! attended I
the waste
on dry Internally
the departments' financial -
loans. The
O-I Harry Southern D. Bumgarner Woodlands,manager introducedTom of the planer mill. Six Earn A's at BMSSix I. payments mortgage will be the repayments mortgage on reports had been filed and SZtIIGI

Theilor, vice-president and The sawmill, employing two work the bond IssueA was being returned to the county. The
general manager of primary operations shifts and one maintenance shift, will meeting will be held Nov. 13 at clerk's office returned$1.297 In unused
who spoke briefly. produce 2x4'i, ixl2's and some one students out of 740 enrolled at Dennis Dunlap Mary Campbell, Lori 12:90: p.m. to discuss the selection of a funds the tax collector returned '
Inch lumber all kiln dried Clark Kefii trustee and the notification ofqualified $3,171 the sheriffs office returned
In giving little bit of background metiersaid Bradford Middle School made Carver James ,
Theiler told guests O-I first acquired Pine chips, from the cuttings wW straight As in the tint six-week Christmas, Le Ann Flynn Ceryl FurI I l mortgage lenden. $18.435. the property appraiser ;
50,000 acres In Union County in.1940 be sent to the company's container grading period. There were 64 row. Lynda Gravel Thomas Wilton Commissioners also learned from returned $3,896 and the toning office .
through its predecessor National Container board mill located in Valdosta, Ga. students on the A-B Honor Roll. Johnson, Belinda Joiner, George : engineer James Ward that the contract returned$1.970. '
In further business commlssionen

and has since expanded to Other operations in Florida are a The hard-working A students In- Levasser, Lisa O'Quinn, Theresa with HoudaUle-Duval-Wrlght of ,
75,000 acres. Presently O-I employs composite can manufacturing plantat clude Allen J. Gonzalez, son of Mr. Ricks, Nancy Lynn Roberts Cynthia Jacksonville, la set and paving of approximately : ,
127 people In the North Florida area Orlando and corrugated box and Mn. Albert Gonzalez, and is the Sysskind, Santlrls Wlmberly 40 miles of road will that.Heard a request by Doyle allowed Starling IJ I!
his lounge be ) to
facilities in Miami begin Nov. 15, starting with the liquor remain -
with 57 centered in the Lake Butler manufacturing only sixth grader on the A Honor Roll. Margaret Tetstone Julee Wise
Central and Winter Haven. Seventh grader Melanie Kyle Wood, I Whitehead-SeUlement road. open until 1 a.m. Starling waa
Repair Shop. Brown Carmella Coburn
Gwendolyn Ii
i In other business Jogging, tollfreetelephone told an ordinance! would have to be
daughter of Mr. and Mn. Leslie H. Emmll Rodgers, Jennifer Winkler calls for Brooker and passed to allow that. :
I t
Eighth graders Tina Marie Bowen, Pamela Robin Kay Michele Yea ger hams John i Lee Tinsler.Jo Hampton residents and financial Geneva to look at a property on
Low Bid for Tammy discussed.A fitness trail Lake as requested by realtor
I $503,518 Trucks daughter of Mr. and Mn. Jimmy reports were
Mann Martha Ann and
Murphy Melba Ilgen who is trying to "
Bowen Lisa Marie James, daughter .la in the works, the tol-free phone, get ,
; Carol Jean FusselL '
authority for filling in 200 feet of the
calls was shelved and commissioner
of Carol Steege: Faith Roberta,
The apparent low bidder out of 10 Outlaw was placed in 'the finance daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Students receiving certificates for were told they were getting back waerfront
firms bidding for half-a-million director's post until Jan.1 at a $23 per Lott; and Michelle Lynn Kimutia. include Outstanding Scholastic Achievement $29,569 in unused funds from variouaclepartmenta. Received petition from members
be used Increase. She was draw- Edward : (sixth grade) James Davis of the New River Baptist Church requesting -
dollars worth of big trucks to day salary daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Karen andTerri
by four state vo-tech center was Key ing $11,900 as accountant. Supt. Kimutis. All the eighth grader said Martin. Sharon Martin A slide presentation and explanation the repair of roads. In that
CMC of Mobile, Ala.,who came in at Casey also got the board's OK to this was the first time they were on Christine Fender.Francis Seventh graders was given by Future Farmers of area. Pastor Jim[ Countryman said
$503,518.. employ part-time help In the accoun- the A Honor Roll, and they all agreedit Dickinson, DonnaL. America members Randy Harris and the road are In very poor condition:
Moody and Percy
The 14 tractor rigs will be used by ting area to help catch up. was definitely hard work. Sullivan and Scott Clark on a Pareoun they are and Chairman Mark Carter said the
four vo-tech center around the state eighth graders Rhonda Bryant, Randy developing for the area behind brad- board would inspect the roads and..
Students who made the A-B Honor Davis, Rachel Harris David :
for commercial vehicle driver ford Square shopping center. The two what could be done. '
Roll in the sixth grade are: KeWene ReIchert Laverne McDuffle. Bonnie
did not request funds but asked for the
training-four at the local Bradford- Asked Supt. Casey when a new A.Baldwin Donna Barker,MarsennaL. Arnold,Lisa Blackshear Daniel Mar i commlssionen' support and a letter Heard a request from Nell
Union vo-tech with the remaining 10 finance director will be hired. The Brantley, Amy Jo Carter William Un, Wayne Wan Karen Davis and of recommendation.Work Crawford fora fishing ramp on
rigs going to vo-tech schools at former one Eddie Doulgas, resigned Cruce Allison S. Denmark, Marie Mamie Tucker. on the 2tt-ralle course will Hampton Lake for handicapped per
Chipley, Bartow, and Miami. The several months to take James
ago position Doughnrmn Erica Gruen
sons. Crawford thanked the for
begin sometime after the first of the
Education asked the I
Department of with Monk, Davis, Farnsworth & Co. Theresa P.McCollum,Monica
local school board to take bids on the of Starke. Casey said he Is looking Hayes Maslowskl. Richard Lee ................................... year according to Paul the work they have started on Santa
Lynn Fe Lake.Crawford said he wanted the
PTA HCutchina
14 tractor rigs, apparently hoping to "He who hat his thumb sponsor.
that some Interest has been shown in Steen, Donna Jean Parade StaceyR. on work, such aa obtaining lakes more accessible for the handicapped
get a better price with a $500,000 bid. the position,and that he wiU act to appoint Reddish Rita Terese Richardson the pun ha the power." and and elderly.
sponsorship grant
The school board assigned the bids a new finance director when Jeffrey Sherman James Wilson, Bismarck ways money
to the vo-tech staff for evaluation. Mrs. Outlaw leaves. Mn. Chitty is a Audra York Edward Lindsey Hail 1
Board member felt the delivery time former employee of the school Christopher Thomas, and Lynn,
could possibly be a factor if the low finance office and helped set up the Holtzendorf
bid is not accepted. The winning bid current finance accounting system on '
Roll students .In the
A-B Honor
will be announced at the next regular
meeting set for Monday, Nov. 19. computer. seventh grade: Kay Marion Allen ,
Delivery time Is expected to. be Melissa Dawn Burned KimberlyAnn

about 90 to 120 days. One bidder said .Declded' against making a spur Cogdill,Howard A.Dlggs Cheryl
L. Foster John Francis Catherine eepYOUWa
"off the record" his firm's delivery
bus route to pick up some students Edward Klmbrtl,Gregory
time was about 90 days. 10 ;
who live four-tenths of a mile down a Nazworth Curtis Alexis Sander.
thanked the 10 bid-
Supt. Wat-
den. graded road back of the Freddie Rosalind A. Lennon Rhonda L.Sapp, I II

"It's the way we make: things 100m.thta tenon establI home hingryl'spurr' Board.route policy tales prohibit*'the, Becky E.Parrish,Jason L. Polk' ,Tan- I 1 . ,. ... .'....,. OJ

country," Casey said of the tight run to*t least half'a'mil long.t?,in < Green
.<* 'bds-tioVnvZnere Dead Ann .... but W.a "f//L tMIUtipyWii ;{ ,.,
: Jdst lf ybuYuW* *. 'I 1U I r' "- I JhcllW''''_ "' '" : ,
Tbere'was'aliriilt/somewliere assure you we'll have, roads (like I '
f I II
above half a million, that was said school
that)aU over county I : '
available to be spent on the trucks board member Arthur Gaskins. Supt. Eighth grader on the A-B Honor )"f ..1
and the bidden got close. Casey said be la well aware of board Roll include: Selina Camels Karen
''We needed good bids, and it looks policy but wanted to bring this case to Davis, Timothy Gonzalez, Angela '
like you got your pencils sharp," the board because there are so manypeople Johns, Emmett Johnson, Cynthia i" I
Mamie Tucker Kevin Russell
Casey said. involved. Lynn,
Steve Marshal] Teresa Smith :
board is
be .the
"I wanted to sure
In other action at the special school where it wants to be," Casey said. Michele Stlllwell, Cynthia Thomas J fj .w ;
board meeting Monday night, the Donna Thornton-- Angela Folsom
school board; 'j :
Shevelva I ; }
Set a walk-through to make a final I
inspection of the $209,000-plus Bradford I

Middle School renovation project Sensations i /.
which Triest also did, for m I.
Wednesday morning. A State Depart- A',
ment of Education representativewalked *36 ; : L

through to inspect the project I ,
for< final state approval. + leiF

the employment of Mn. ''Myo
s 'Approved ,
Jean Chitty as an accountant, to ::1 ,1
;replace Mn. Alma Outlaw who wW "
:be moving from the county. Mn. b

; I f"$ rI t1 b\\ i

\ Riggson Indicted ,

| By Grand Jury .

:Z: A grand jury indicted Harold T.'Rlgggon rockers ,

Tuesday afternoon on first- .j.jfi
degree murder.
Riggson. 48,was arrested Oct.27 by BIG 'ONES TALL ONES fi,
with the
:Starke police and charged
Cheating and strangulation death of his SHORT ONES SMALL ONES I"1 1J I"j'
common law wife, Nancy Lee Mays,
:31. Beautiful enough for gifts, M1 R "!
:: Police had been called to the Reno
.area early that day to quell a distur"bance corrifortable enough for you. 7165 :
between Riggson and another Tho area's biggest selection 111.W ,,f 516.00 : III

;:man after Riggson found the man and of Tell City rockers. I 'I!
woman together, police said. Later : I I
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rescue uhf{t to Riggson' residence t I '
;and Maya was dead when they arrlv- \' \ ; j i Cuddlemere ; I iiT
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Comer L. Peek Was A Leader in Early DevelopmentHe r

was a very versatile man- After teaching private school for build the first Improvedtpart from
Comer L Peek teacher, lawyer. several years before the day of SUrke to the lake, which Ik largely the train" familiarly known a*
..JkIr, land developer, author, and public schools in than community, he the route followed by Highway \l\o- "Peggy.
one of the civic' leaden etaeeiy identified later practiced law from IBM to 1883. day.
with the early development of earning the complimentary title of From 1909 to 1997 and from 190
Starke )to the last two decade*of the "colonel." as lawyer were Along with Dr. John L.Gackins and through 113. Col. Peek served a*
any chairman of the Bradford
19th Century. caSed to those other local leaders he organized and County
Commission and
constantly pushed
promoted the Atlantic
Born fa Culverton. Hancock Coati With the influx of newcomers from for progressive Improvement In the
Georgia,on Apnl 13.1191.he was a the north to Starke in the mld-iaeos, Gulf Railway from SUrke through county. He was one of the leaden in
student at Emory College and later Col. Peek opened one of the first real Sampson City and points west. Their the drive to build an iron bridge 6
studied law in in the firm estate office here and he continued original idea was to drain the swamp across New River, and took an active :
of Fleming" fc Daniels. active in this business for 45 year lands around Sampson Lake and part In the fight to move the courthouse : -
develop a rice-growing Industry from Lake Butler SUrke. He :
In 1ST*, alone with other adventurous They predicted that Sampson City also served as mayor of StArke for H
spirits, he came to this then In 1901 he bought large holdings of being at the crossroads of two several yean
undeveloped country and with his land around Kingsley Lake and open railroads would ultimately outgrow
bride settled in Green Cove Springs, ed Peek's Subdivision on the west side SUrke. but this dream was never With an of his activity CoL Peek
moving to Starke one year later, where many of the first summer cottages realized and the railroad was later still found time to Indulge his taste for
where be spent the remainder of his owned by Starke residents, taken over by the Seaboard and fine literature and wa himself the ,
life. -- built. He financed and helped hncame iu branch line to Wannee- author of two books" "Stephen
tale Florida a graphic
life "Lorna
... .."' Co. ..,. -".. ..... .... c. .. .. ...." ... .."... ... ... ...... .. ." CanwelL""a of the South
'Ie" ; story during
), ,- ., ,...'" \ .., 'l reconstruction days.A .

'F1 l : 'D"'I "m II "7. \ '.It' : :
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"': "ar" I tribute to Col.Peek,written years
(. ." "I. ";"'_ .. .". "...t_". ,.. ., '" "..../' \,,. ago by an unknown author closed J tp u- "

'''' '' .,.. ..',.. .. ". ", ... .. ... .. ... ..._ _,. ."".. ..... .. ""'" .....,.. .. .... <.Ii with these words: ..it could be said ,
of him that be possessed the essen- .4.M. : .w N .. .. ..-._._.. '-"-" '.-'-
tials of wisdom in a high degree; his

powers and traits of character being eeL visitors in his W.
Comer I, Peek. left pictured with two drrby-halted
The Leadership IssueAs so finely proportional and so firmlycontrolled Call Street office, housed ta a small frame building that once stood directly
by heroic will and high
across the street from The Telegraph Office.
moral faculty as to enable him to
withstand disappointments and
discouragement and to pursue the "
usual, the Democratic Convention in St. should be able to show a little more of. it even tenor of his way, promoting the

Petersburg this weekend is expected to send himself. happiness, prosperity, and good County Agents ;

up more sparks than its Republican counter- government of his town and comity"Plan : by Bobby L.Taylor ,IJ

part being held at the same time in Orlando.In As for Mr. Carter, an examination of the notebook aeNWZM.

record shows that his batting average with OfferedTo It

the perspective of American history Congress approaches that of Presidents

Senator Kennedy's challenge to the incumbent Johnson and Kennedy, and exceeds that of Halt WasteIn

President is much more exciting and Republicans Ford, Nixon, and Eisenhower.As .
This is the time of year to be thinking of these benefita..covering a plant
dramatic than any inter-party contest the GovernmentSounding about protecting landscape: ornamentals without using additional heat I is really
Republicans may offer and is bound to attract for inflation and the sagging economy from freezing more to protect against frost than to
more attention from the news media, as wellas Mr. Carter and his advisors have been unable temperatures. As last two or three protect against bard freezes.
the spectator public. to cure all of our ills. But so far Mr. Kennedyhas a call to "Let's Stop lit!." year's unusually cold weather showed
failed to state what he would do differently Harry Radcliffe Jacksonville advertising lie. there's some danger of cold, One possible cold protection
executive spoke at the Starke damage to tender landscape or measure which causes lot of confusion -
Only once in the nation's history has an incumbent in dealing with these problems. His free- Rotary Club last week seeking namentals. In our area certainly we is the use of mulch. More often

elected president (Franklin Pierce, spending national health program is certainlynot volunteer in his campaign against hope last winter's low temperatures than not, a good layer of mulch will
1856) been denied renomination by his own designed to balance the budget, and according wasteful government spending. aren't repeated..but even 10, its a lead to increased cold damage to the,'
party, and if Kennedy should succeed in to his public statements he apparently good idea to think about protecting ornamentals tops of your plants if the temperature
The main cause of inflation is the before cold weather drops below freezing for just a few
wresting the nomination from President has no real disagreement with the President with which
"printing press money" strike hours. The mulch will keep ground
Carter it will indeed be a historymakingevent. on overall fiscal policy. The record also shows the government floods the nation,the heat in the ground away from the .
If Carter is nominated and wins it will that Mr. Kennedy has more often than not supported speaker said instead of trying to You'll probably hear about all kinds plant. So if a brief, over-night freeze
be the first time the nation has had a two-term the President on key legislative issues, balance the budget by cutting down of cold protection methods during the is forecast you might want to pull the'I I

president in almost two decades. Senator Ken- leaving us to wonder where, in fact, the real on expenditures. winter, but remember that heating is mulch back from your plant "
the method used than
nedy's brother, John was assassinated in office differences lie in their political philosophies. more any other of .
Radcliffe said that newly elected by commercial producers of ornamental On the other hand long periods
Lyndon Johnson gave up running again members of Congress who often go to plants. extremely cold weather are a dif';
because of the Vietnam War, Richard Nixon Absent such differences on hard issues, are Washington with the hope of loweringthe ferent matter. If you expect'it to get
left office in the wake of Watergate, and we to assume that the campaign will revolve cost of government soon become The biggest problem with heating is so cold that the tops of the plants may
frustrated by the pending philosophy that it'snhard to heat large plants be killed no matter what you doleave"the *
Gerald Ford turned out to be one-time around such things as "charisma" and"leadership"
a pinch- vague of the old-timers, and fall into the pattern growing in the open. Still, wherever mulch in place. .
hitter, filling the gap left by Nixon's resigna ? Every candidate pictures of spending under the pressure of practical, the best method for protecting It '
tion.It. himself as a leader, else he would not dare lobbyists.To plants around the home from may hold enough ground beat '
around the plants' roots to them
seek the highest office in the land. The public freezing temperatures is to heat them from being frozen also. Obviously keep a

is already "crystal clear" that instead of should, and undoubtedly will, demand more combat this attitude. Radcliffe with an ordinary light bulb under a plant may come back from considerable :; ,
running on his past liberal record. Senator tangible issues than "charisma" and proposed an incentive plan to reward sheet plastic or similar covering.You : cold damage to foliage and '

Kennedy will rely on family tradition and "leadership." government them a percentage employees of the savings by giving that can also reduce the amount of branches.lose the If the roots are frozen you-

"charisma" while pressing the theme of could be brought about by practicing cold Injury your plants will suffer by may plant entirely.

"leadership" and Carter's alleged lack Although Senator Kennedy in recent months economy ,in each department. "U covering them..even if you don't use .Remember.that mulch is good for
they knew.they were getting a share a light bulb or'other neat source.. protecting plant roots} dUl1Dl1onCprfiods ;
thereof. In a recent speech, the Senator used has sensed the voter mood of reaction against
: of the'savings Vou would see a real Covering wH| help keepplont.5ori, oTxerx cdQ>eaUMJr<<
the words lead leader and has' i
or leadership no less bigspending 'government already"
change In the Wasteful spending that' cooling off as fast as *hejf would over-night cold snap of just a few
than 17 times with the implication that he started to modify his liberalism, we are left }fo goes on in Washington" Radcliffesaid. without them and if the coverings hours it might be better to pull the

possessed these qualities, while the President wonder if this is merely a campaign strategy.Will reach to the ground they can help mulch back from the plants so that .
lacked them. But if I leadership is to be his campaign he revert to his old ways if and when make better use ground heat. radiated ground heat can help protect'
theme Mr. should elected? This is of the issues that The speaker urged his listeners to the foliage.To .
perhaps Kennedy explain one key join with him in a "Let's Stop It" You may find it a little bit surprising -
his failure to obtain passage in Congressof should be explored and debated thoroughly campaign and invited attendance at a but covering: a plant also helps briefly summarize remember
his pet goals of national health insurance, before next November. If we -obtain get-acquainted meeting of prevent cold damage by providing that the most widely used method is*
tax reform and a continuation of oil price con- "leadership" we want to be sure it is in the Americans Dedicated to Reducing shade during the day. plain old heaL Cover the plant with a

trols. Voters might well conclude that a man right direction, and we are not being led down the Cost of Government." Radcliffe U a plant hat frozen it will thaw out sheet,some plastic film or something
said he could be contacted at his similar, and heat with an ordinary
charging lack of leadership to his opponent the primrose path. advertising agency in the Gulf Life more slowly it's under shade. This light bulg.Obviously, you can't cover.,
tower. Jacksonville. usually results in less serious cold In- and heat your whole landscape but;

jury. this is usually a practical way to protect -,

First Things First Remember however, .that.in spiteFORESTRY vulnerable the plants to cold damage.which are most
I o

Before this country can deal with such problems So, if Mr MacKay is correct, the federal By 11 i I

first as energy and foreign relations, it must budget can be balanced simply by cutting out LIBRARIES PROVIDE I I IN BRADFORD COUNTY Work Fries
concern itself with the issue of
primary federal revenue srnring. It would mean cut- SERVICE BARGAIN
inflation, state Sen. Kenneth 'Buddy" ting out the states' pork barrel, but we're going

MacKay, D-Ocala, says. MacKay last month to have to make some sacrifices to balancethe Editor Telegraph:
announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate The Florida Division of Forestry covered with low-value hardwoods'and
seat country's runaway spending spree. Free and accessible to all has from its birth in 1928 been an stunted pines could be economically ,
now occupied by U.S.Sen. Dick Stone, Americans our libraries preserve the agency dedicated to directly serving harvested and planted with

D-Miami. In the huge federal budget there are boundto past put the present in perspective, the people of the sUte.At" faster-growing higher value species: ;

be myriad places to trim money, such as by and prepare us for the future. first this service in
was the area
Other services offered efficiency
"I think inflation" is the privotal) issue in eliminating fraud in the food stamp program. There are about 100.000 libraries of preventing and extinguishingwoods studies, where the Division are brings-;*
America today, MacKay said speaking to a Stale of fires.Soon it became
the United with a balding apparent, a crew to a wood industry (logging,
group of United Florida Faculty and Phi Delta The federal administration, however is try about two billion books enough to that reforestation was an area which sawmill, dry kiln, etc.) and conducts.
Kappa education fraternity last Thursday ing to solve the nation's most important supply every man. least and child the Division then called the Forest time and efficiency studies on that
problem with five books Service) could lend assistance.
in in the country
night Gainesville. "I intend to make the with fiscal interest operation at no charge to the COlD*
main thrust of campaign the need for measures raising a year. Nurseries were established to provide pan). Of course, one of the hottest!
my a
rates but without causing too much low-cost seedlings and foresters ad-
balanced budget. Until that occurs I think the unemployment Inflation is our number one What does it cost! About S3,50 a vised citizens about when to plant subjects Products now Specialists is energy.will be The Forests

federal solution.government is mdre of a problem thana problem, but the government is reluctant to year to in the today's average market.citizen realba..in suited how to for do it.their and land.the type of trees best in this effort determining the involvedj supplyg

attack the problem with all the weapons at its and marketing problems
What do you get out of it? Recreation users to reach helf3ngpotential
command and is holding back for fear of Today the Division still offers
MacKay expressed opposition to federal la vicarious vacation); information assistance in all Those areas plus ducers. and providing ..
too much
revenue sharing since states have a $46 billion causing unemployment. fix your car, build a boat); many others. Urban Foresters advise formation on the subject to the:
education (learn to needlepoint, bone homeowners cities about plantingand general public. If we are to meet the!
annual surplus while the federal government Inflation must be singled out, and attacked. up for a college placement test improve prot trees county future wood needs of this country we
suffers a $4S billion deficit. Of course, there will be sacrifices. U we don't Job opportunities)-and the Joy forester give assistance and advice must maximize our efficiency at using -*
of interacting with the ideas found in the wood we grow. That is the job?
: to small woodlands owners,state
whip inflation the U.S. will be the
I The Ocala legislator noted for tackling and economy sharing a book in one-to-one relationship forest have been established to provide of the Division of Forestry Forest;
thing sacrificed. Products
solving the difficult problems in state government with its author recreation and guarantee proper Specialist

also pointed to the fraud in November 15-lt. delegates management of more than 300.000
the state administered widespread It is refreshing, indeed for a politician to During states and territories win acre of timber, and many of thestate's Help Available }
; and .
federally supported plan an attack on the runaway U.S. budget. convene in Washington D.C. to youngsters are learning about
Food Stamp Program. The state Perhaps Sen. MacKay should be allowed to develop recommendation for the fur protecting the environment through On
auditor. MacKay says, told him that onethirdof have a try at the federal problems. They're ther improvement of the nations'libraries. summer education programs. Insurance Problem

I the food stamps issued are going to the certainly sticky enough!IIt's Recently, the Division reorganized Citizens
wrong places. Since $30 million worth of food This White House Conference another area of its operation to expand with questions about
on surance can receive
stamps are issued in Florida per month, that way past time to put the country'seconomic Libraries and Information Service: ; service to the consumers just a contacting the Gainesville: assistance Service 11I-1

;. means $10 million per month is being misspent plight ahead of the pork barrel. described mandated as by a Congress"national, can townmeeting" be wood little more.utilization The and change forest was products in the Bill lice of Gunter.state Insurance

assistance program.

s la support of this unique and Under the new revisions, three full- Located at 901 NW 8th Avenue.!
time Forest Products Specialist will Suite O3.in Gainesville,the office
i Rfp BKADFOMO singular" meeting, a nationwide pengram be assigned to provide informationand fen services for Alachua.
Coo & With Book: for a Day"Intends Dixie. ofg
'to raise the awarenes of an material on an aspect of utiliza Gitehrist. Levy Marion
.d tion-logging operation. sawmilUng nam, and Union Counties '
citizen to Ute of
1 : p eiliiji p4t' libraries. programs wood market activities or representative of Commissioner
Kw ie any other request dealing< with the Gunter's office visit Putnam County:
TT O What book is your choice? Carry It. economical and efficient use of each first and third Tuesday of the
r c talk about it. share it. Book are our Florida' Umber and wood product; month and Marion County
i link to the past and oar key to the Thursday of the month.
t' U70N, BOP future.Libraries deserve our continuing Special projects are already being taws 01 the office visited
:. PebUsh r* support and the attention of Implemented.. The Division to promoting County until recently. :t

: F.bLb-.dT.r.d.q a.d a..ua1. _.....0-____.**.Prt O e."*.* ,..*... w Act W Mach J.17 legislators at all level of govern- fuelwood business by doing
meaL studies on the profitability of sucn

I ."., fab.aye.; .........wen It'".Y.-r P fta....... operations. They are examining sons The contacted office was contacted for by perSeptember.
possible use for wood residues now service cluriD1i15
:' Carolyn Eaves President
Ph.....tIW-6MS Oi.rd.w.d..w 11''Y.-rN.Nsa. s.wb..Fiala.r Friends of the Bradford being discarded In the .....'* land- The office: handled In
County Public Library fills.Residual limber utilization to beIng & $total r :teyholde ?
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Marchese House On Tour Of HomesUnique

r contemporary styling and and openness. The 20-foot high ;1
r an emphasis on spacious living are vaulted family room ceiling has F I'r
.,t 1, reflected in the design! of th Mare clerestory windows allowing filtered
chess home In the Country Club sunlight into the room. The center of
Estates. the home Is entirely unconflned. with rt
'I ''ei'' { family room living room and dining
r The home features sunken family room areas flowing together producing '\
,, kr r 4.fi. E room, a formal living room, a dining the feeling of spaciousness. Six-
1 it { ld area, three bedrooms, a kitchen, two teen feet of glass In the living roomprovide
: / full baths, a utility room and a two- a wide view of the outdoor
car garage within its area of 2,800 wooded area. 4 r'
square feet. The master bathroom features aseparate
The exterior of the wash-up area overlooking apMvate
combines the use of cedar: fenced-In garden.Openness Is
stone, and stucco. U. also present in the U-shaped kitchen,
angles and sloping roof lines, help where pass-throughs give access: to
{ ,Nr ""Si augment the homes' modern appearance. the deck and dining areas and a circular -
rf ? The rear of,the home Includes bubble window provides extra
a wood deck patio area. natural lighting.The The home of Dr. and Mrs. Willis Marchese.. the I
Emphasis in the interior Is on contemporary home will be on display Country CLub Estates will be on the Starke Woman's Club r
i, A furnishings, earth tones, December 9 In the Parade of Homes. Christmas Tour of Homes on Sunday Dt>e. t, starting at
h the club house for tea and bazaar at I p.m.and lasting until

Margaret Brown Elected To Fill KLPOA VacancyMrs. s p.m.. i

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George W. (Margaret) Brown held at the civic center on Saturday,
was elected to fill the unexpired term Dec IS. Members will exchange gifts i
t of Gerald D. Moran who resigned as not to exceed $2 in value. "
r president of the Kingsley Lake Property Later in the day, starting at 6 p.m., ; ''f',
Owners Association, at the a successful fried chicken supper was -i&j-
board of directors meeting Saturday served by the club to around 120 ;
morning. members and guests netting over
Plans were made for a Christmas $300 for the Improvement fund for the !11H
party and covered dish supper to be club house.
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Mrs. Diane Carroll Shower HonoreeMrs.


Mr. and Mn. Ewell Craft Dianne Carroll, formerly The gifts were placed under large & COLLARDS
Diane Wright bride of Ricky R. Carroll bubble umbrella decorated In pink, 89
Eisenacher Ewell Craft of Brooker, who were married blue, green and yellow net and rib- Bunch
J Janet Nov. 2. was honored at a bridal bons.
p shower on Wednesday Nov. 7 given Games were played by the 20 guests BANANAS 5 Lbl CELERY 29

Wed Nov. 9 in Faith Presbyterian Church: Andrews and Alvarez Donna, Beth Brantley DyaL at Angle the and prizes, Connie were awarded Dyal and to Diane PamUnderbill Stalk'

the latter. Carroll. NAVEL SWEET POTATO
home of (
Miss Janet Claire Eisenacher, matching lace.She carried a cascade
daughter of Mrs. Ernestine L. of blue and white silk daisies and ORANGES $1 o YAMS 19
Eisenacher of Keystone Heights and yellow roses. DOZ Lb.
the late Lester H. Eisenacher, and The bride was attended by Miss Methodist Bazaar And Chili/Soup Luncheon TodayThe
EweU Frank Craft son of Mr and Glynis Combass, maid of honor, who FRESH '
Mrs. Carlton Craft of StarkeAvereunited wore a gown of daffodil qlana. annual bazaar available at 90* each. Take out lunches TANGERINES :
In Holy Matrimony Friday, Bridesmaids wearing sky blue criana luncheon of ,the First chili/soup: United will be available. 49 Lb LARGE BROWN \
Nov. 9, at 7:30: p.m. in the Faith gowns were Darlyne Baldwin, Marla Methodist Women of The bazaar will feature Christmas
Starke will be
Presbyterian Church, Melrcse. Cunningham and Cheryl Eisenacher. decorations, aprons, pillows crochet 99
held today, Thursday in the
Service They carried nosegays of yellow and SUGAR EGGS 1
The Unity Candle was conducted Fellowship Hall:from 7 to 4 work, flower arrangements, CANES4g
by Dr. James R. Ncale. Jr. blue silk flowers and wore matching Soup or chili will be served from p.m.11 homemade baked goods, gifts,plants STALK FLAT
Tucker soloist, accompaniedby flowers in their hair. of items.
Mike to 2 and a variety other
a.m. drink for
David Benson at the organ, sang Little Miss Tracy Pantcr wearing a p.m. Including The public Is cordially invited to at GUSTAFSON'S
"The Wedding Prayer", "The Lord's matching blue long dress, carried a $1.00.Sandwiches desserts will be tend. .
Goest". basket of petals. $199
Prayer" and 'WhitherThou daisy ''ir
The bride, given in marriage by her Master Shannon Smith, the ring flllLK JL GAL"feB.
uncle, Warren L. Chestnutt of bearer,wore a blue suit matching the TG&Y Stores Hold Annual Awards Dinner Nov. 4
Washington, D.C., wore a gown of ushers, and carried a lace pillow
white nylon chiffon and silk Venetian which end the wedding rlnp. TGJ Y Stores held Its annual Ser Cruce Jerry Dampier, Raymond Ed- 1
lace. The gown featured an open Tommy Manning served as best vice Awards dinner Sunday evening, wards and escort Floyd WhItfield. EAFOOD r
V-neckllne,Fitted bodice and full chiffon man and groomsmen were Hal November at Douglas Ga. Robert Ward of Starke, who
sleeves with lace appliques. The Eisenacher Dave Green .and.Jerry Nine'employees from the local. manages the TG&Y Store at Macclen ,.
A-line skirt was'also accented with Smlt.I'f .
nylxsslamongtbe'twpttytpyetwlun' ,
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litte"appfiriuW/'Het chapel lengthMtratn {'Abr"'lonil..w1 the ceremonyatNealeHall. ; TP. J. e.. received IbeIr: Mife-Veer .. ...uUllEt.
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were bordered Dampier, Geraldine Edwards Table decorations and several doorprizes RGt ,
Mr. and Mrs.
After a wedding trip
Murray, were awarded and each lady
. Mrs. Reggie Flynn Craft Gainesville.will make their' home in MargaretMary Parks, Mary attending received a remembrancegift. 69'Lb. 79C
Pearsall and Sally Thompson. I Lb.
Honored At Bridal Accompanying the award winners A total of eighty-four employees With Roe i
and attended All Fish PurctinMd Cl nn.d Fr..
Barbara Telken and were: store manager ".M. Settles guests from twenty
Shower Friday NightMrs. and his wife; WearableCoordinator, stores In the Northeast Florida and
Michael Smith To Barbara Manning: h'J'Mnds Frank Southeast Georgia district.Junlor'Noman's OYSTERS.

Reggie Flynn of Thomasvllle, I In Th. Buy .Bu h.t JQ .
Ga., a recent bride was honored at a Wed November 17 Club Has International
bridal shower last Friday night at the SELECT STANDARD ;
Madison Street Baptist Church Miss Barbara Telken and Michael Tasting ProgramA Open 8 6 ,
Fellowship Hall given by friends. Smith will be united In marriage $299'II' $ 189
The refreshment table was covered Saturday. Nov. 17. at 2 p.m. at the of International food Crawford and Holland .. Mrs. Louis Monday Thru Saturday PINT i
with a yellow checked cloth and home of the bride's parents Mr. and tasting was given at the Junior Young senior sponsor.
centered by a sheet cake decoratedwith Mrs. Joseph Telken on Grlffls Loop Woman's Club meeting held Monday New members voted Into the club iI.
gold rosettes. At one end was a with a reception following.All night, Nov. 12 at the Presbyterian are: Mrs. T.R. Mullins, Mrs. Mark NORMANS FARM
and at the other end was a friends and relatives are invitedto Fellowship Hall. Fries. Mrs. A.B. Sharp Jr. and Miss
Ranch 1
candelabra with amber attend. Latain Herres. Also reinstated were PRODUCE &SEAFOODMARKET
candles. Miss Kitten Hull and Mrs. Randy
I964BHSC/OSS r Mrs. William Marchese. International -
and a prize
One game was played
Affairs chairman was In Cory.
awarded.The Reunion Dec. 21 r charge, with the executive board Plans were made to have items at
gift table was covered with a the senior Woman's Club rummage
dish drink -
white lace cloth over yellow linen. The BUS class of 1964 Is planning a' bringing a or a representing sale.on Dec. 8 and the mini bazaar
The 40 guests attending between the 15 year reunion on Saturday. Dec. 21 a country. during the Tour of Homes Dec. 9.
hours 7:30 and 10 p.m. included Mrs. .at the Starke Golf and Country Club. .
; Jr. and mother Mrs. For information in regards to this Representing Germany Mrs. ,
Field Mrs. deorgeFlynn Robert Autry; England-Mrs.Robert ,
May Tampa, reunion please call 533-2891 or I
Sr. and Mrs. C.E. Scott of .9646848.If Hall; Ireland Mrs. Gary Stephens; 2 /
Brooker, mother of the honoree. you have been contacted and Russia Mrs. Gareth Jones; Mexico. %
The hostesses gave the honoree a have not responded please do so as Mrs. Irving Clark; Italy )!n.
set of bed linens as a memento of the soon as possible so that final planscan William Marchese; France Mrs.
occasion. Glenn Polk; Spain Mrs. Larry


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Pam Underhill Five Generations; History of Poinsettia Given atU.D.C. Meeting Epperson Family

Raymond WhittleEngagement United RecentlyFor \ 1 Held Reunion
:t. The history of the Petasetiia plant Mrs. SftadM wttiuMdMtrgeof" the
Told Reunion \n':: was given by Mrs. Bste Sanders at progrMblteMmtfiM* tot to* laps Saturday Nov. 10
the W.T. Weeks, U.D.C. meeting cheon rats* .b.. nut* by a ,
which met Wednesday afternoon of George Roberts or Mrs.P.. .
Dr. and Mrs. Henry MarUfl'from last week at the home of Mrs. Curtis The bo8fHIIWCI rel ..... The Elpperwn family held reunion
Maryville, Tenn., were house guestsof Sanders with Mrs. Walla Llpsey and during the social hour. Saturday at the home of Mrs. Bettte
Dr. Martin's mother and step Mrs. lAx Green as co-hostesses. Mlxelltfand Mr. and Mrs. RJL.Epperson
father, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas of Mrs. Sanders, historian told of thePoinsettia at 818 W. Pratt StreetA
Starke, Thursday, Friday and Saturday relationship with the Civil Teresa DeVore covered dish dinner was served in
Oct 18,19 and 20. War aa portrayed by the diplomat toMexico the carport and yard which were
? Joel R Potnsett Aa the story Shower Honoree decocsted with orange streamers and

.. Friday evening they were Joined by goes the Poinsettia was best Illustrated balloons.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin and son of by the story of a little girl Among the 30 relatives attending
Starke, Mr. and Mrs Tommy TYer who was sad because she was Miss Teresa DeVore, daughter of those from out of town were: Mrs.
and girls of Keystone Mr. and Mrs.. church and bad no gift for gooly Mrs. John DeVore of Lawtey, whose Cindy Householder and three childrenof
James Fender and children and Miss Child when on her way she came marriage to Bobby Patterson, son of Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs.of JacksonvUle Noah
Tonya Martin, daughter of Mr. and across this beautiful green plant with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patterson of Williams Dhvid King
Mrs. Jimmy Martin of Starke for a bright crimson petals. She picked the Starke, will be an event of Dec. 21, Miss Kathryn of Epperson Lake Butler and
lovely dinner, after which they made blossoms and went on her way to was honored with a bridal shower Mrs. Georgia Watson sailson
Ice cream while reminiscing:over old church and felt 'comforted aa she Saturday, Nov. 10, given by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Bradberry
Peggy Park,Dan McKlnney of
Cooper times. knelt to pray and placed her blossoms Leslie McClellan, Mrs. Claude of Orange
ItaadaU Crews and Mrs. Ken McKinney
on the altar of the Christ child. Thus Revels, Mrs. Macel Pauley and Ms. Lake City, Mr.
Ga. Mrs.Dale Van
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the Poinsettia Is known to Mexico as Margie Reddish at the home of the of Brunswick ,
Peggy Cooper and had a family reunion with six of Mrs. the"Flower of the Holy night". latter. Sickle of Newport of Ell Beach svWe,.Cat and
Thomas' eight children and their Mrs. Lester Crews president and Wilford Jordon
Randall CrewsEngagement families also Mrs. Thomas' stepmother Mrs. Welsgerber were voted Honored guests were Mrs. John MfRrlL4 L
Mrs. Susie Owens of Starke, delegates to the National conventionat DeVore Mrs. John Adkins and Mrs. t,4
Told twenty-two grandchildren and ten Daytona Beach December. R.H. Futch,mother,sister and grandmother Mr. and Mrs. HA. Lawson, Mrs.
greatgrandchildren.Two Mrs. Lloyd Jennings asked all of the bride-elect; Mrs. Bob Ewell Lawson Mrs. Marie returned
Rev and Mrs. Bob Cooper announce Mr and Mrs.Richard A. members to write our Congressmanto Patterson, Jr. and Mrs. Ken Hart, and Mrs Mary Overholser
the engagement of their of Starke, announce the Underbid families being present made a try to stop the showing of the movie mother and sister of the prospective Monday after 10 days visit with Bud
daughter, Peggy Scelesta! to Randall of their daughter, Pam Underhill, to five generation family. One generation "For the Love of Brian". New groom. Lawson In Marion,N.C. and sight see
Crosby Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle, son of Mr. and was Mrs. Susie Owens, Mrs. Orleans has forbidden the showing In ing. .*.
Harold Crews, all of Starke. Mrs. LevI! D. Whittle, also of Starke. Thelma Thomas, Dr. Henry Martin that city. The organization also went The guests enjoyed refreshments
The wedding will take place in the Pam will be a 1980 graduate of Mrs. Janet Davis John and Brian on record as asking the Congress to between the hours of two and five
summer of I960! In the First Baptist Bradford High School. Davis. The other generation included oppose Mrs.O'Hare request that all o'clock and they presented the BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST
Church,Starke. Raymond .is the manager of the Mrs. Susie Owens, Mrs. Thelma Christmas carols with a religious honoree with many lovely gifts. The
Miss Cooper will graduate from Holiday Inn of Starke.A Thomas, Mrs. Margaret McCrea, theme be taken out of all school at hostesses presented the honoree witha DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS
Bradford High School in 1980 and summer 1980 wedding Is planned. Mrs. Carolyn Elder and Carl Elder. Christmas.Mrs. toaster oven as a memento of the oc
plans to enter Santa Fe Community Good food and fellowship were en- J.W. Kincaid and Mrs. Jenn- casion.
College in Jan., .. Dinner Benefit For Joyed by all. luncheon a report on the Christmas 964.7954
Mr. Crews graduated from Brad- : to be held at the Holiday
ford High School in 1976 and is Rainbow GirlsThe Inn, Wednesday Dec. 5 at 11:45 a.m.
employed with the Recreation
Department City of Starke.
Middleburg Assembly 138 of
the International Order of the Rain- .- .
Debbie Jean Hall bow for Girls will sponsor a chicken
dinner at the Orange Park Dog Trackon
Cedric WarrenMr. Saturday, Nov. 17, 10 A.M. till?
The Assembly will deliver locally.
Donation is $2.00.
and Mrs. John Hall. Sr. of Come out and support the Rainbow '" ,, '.'
Starke announce the engagement and '
Girls I ;<" ( ;' '
approaching marriage of their :t"
daughter, Debbie Jean to Cedric if are anI..V.M .. .
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Lionel Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. immediate! you
Francis Warren all of Raiford.Ms. WESTSIDE u'I"% know
Hall Is a graduate of Bradford
High School; attended Bethune MOBILE
Cookman College for two years and is

currenUy of Gainesville.Mr. employed by Vital Industries Plenty Of Gas! -- INSTANT

Warren Is a graduate of Union ,
County High School and is currently /
employed by Owens Joist of Florida. 92.9
Invitations will be sent out. Reg.

Martha Ann Lane, .........99.9.........Uslcaded............... '\ I **. WINNER

Michael SolomonTo ALL BRANDS

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The marriage will be an event of 8-5 Six Days A Week HUMafltS 0"
Nov.24 at 5 p.m.1n Middleburg at the } \ &'0..0
home of Mr.and Mrs.David Solomon.All 750 W. Madison St. ARE DI II"r. 1 1OSCORE
friends and relatives are invited Starke. Fia.I B Y THE LAST t GS tb a q
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, Three New ContestantsFor \ DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTS GE Film Talk Set At BC LibrarySee I

Dream Girl PageantThree :" ." ." ",,, Cooney will show slides and toll I
November a results: '' a McDonald's in Vienna.
JoI....Robert Tanner of BaMWtn*M" ? Mr. and Mrs. David Mendenhall about lots three-month summer trip I
new contestants,for a total of For the and June Did you ever spend anlghtenaclip.per through 17 European countries. See ,
benefit Miss Hardy
10 to far have entered the bridge charity game visiting her sister Mrs. J.H. FteW daughter Ashley ship In Stockholm Sweden .
second an- for Mental and Chandler Atlanta and**. about tiding In a hovercraft,
Health Tuesday night at last Wednesday. Rodney of
nual Slide down mountain and Into
Dream Girl a a
Beauty Pageant the rail caatle ,
ipent to with theirparents bosteting hopping "
which is set for Duplicate Bridge there was a three- Thursday Sunday lake at Forna, Finland.
the National Guard Saturday, Dec. 1.1 In way tie for first place: Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. D.O. Scott, Sr. of Atlanta Is I Mr.and Mrs.J.E.Hardy and Hear about moped riding conditions sleeping and more. ,
Armory on Edwards Jim .:attended Save do traveling at the : ,
Minesinger Vernle the gas your
Road In Starke. : Odom and pending two weeks with her Florida-Georgia game. in Naxos Island Greece.
The three new contestants this Lora Francis and Mr. and Mn. daughter and family Dr. and Mrs. ,', Mike Cooney of Starke will give a public library. i
week are Brian Wynn 4; Stacy Lee Gerald Moran; Jack Burnette and O.L. Haynes Jr. Miss Adienne Barry will have corrective travelogue In sound and pictures of 7Z7UZIi8 6
Charlie { ; ; f fI fI
Riddle knee
Bryan.4, and Chrlata Faith Modesitt. were second and surgery on 1'ueIdaYI "The Summer of 79" at the Bradford
5V4. Marie Dent. and Pauline Wise were Mrs. Ca Rain of Chlefland is spending Nov. 20 in North Florida County Library this Monday.Nov. 19.
third. two weeks with her uncle and Hospital.
Brian Wynn 3 at 7 p.m.
F aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson.
son of Mr. and J November 13 results:
Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe returned I
Mrs.Wynn of Wayne Starke. f '. Charlie Riddle and Jack Burnettewere Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee, Tuesday from a weeks motor home .....:-tIPI. I I
Is the second en- the winning couple at Duplicate accompanied: by her mother, Mn. rally In Decatur Ala.
trant in the Tiny Bridge Tuesday night.Nov. 13,playedat W.B. Mundy of Starke. attended the Dr.
and Mrs.D.W.Whiffen and .
Georgia State Recreation Parks son
Dream Boy Contest the Holiday Inn. Mrs. R.A. Green Michael Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief had .
for and Mrs. W.H.Thomson were second, Society Conference at Jekyll Island spent the weekend at as '- -
Brian is ages 3S.il 4' J Mrs. J.D.Odom and Marie Dent were Ga. last Tuesday to Thursday where Sanibel Island. guests Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendetta of If California were to adopt ,
sored s third and Krish Son! and Curtis Miss Mundy did two presentations at St. Simon' Island from Thursday to the Mm auto emLulon tn- I
by Piggly."c David : Sanders were fourth. the Conference.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison visited Sunday and Mr. and Mrs.J.S.Walker duds that now apply In the .
Prevatt Wiggly. 4 Is .. her mother, Mrs. R.T. Hipps in of Fort Lauderdale from Thursday to rest of the country, new :
previous entrant a BryanWynn.3 and Mrs.Richard Poutenla and VYaycross Ga. Saturday to Monday.Mrs. Wednesday. can their could Improve I
sons of Harvard, Mass arrive Saturday their mileage, experts \
the Tiny Dream Boy Division under Frank and of Mr. and Mn. Winfred Hazen of '
to spend Thanksgiving week with Starling family st Mobil estimate by the
David's the sponsorship of The Fishin'Shack. ;JJjou..Kn/ ", her parents.Mr.and Mrs.AI K.Carli Panama City spent Saturday to Monday Gainesville were Sunday visitors of equivalent of about 420,000 I i
parents are Mr. and Mrs. ale. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. hi.?". Haxen. gallon of gasoline! a day
Wayne Prevatt. W.L. Thomas.
The Tiny Dream Girl contest has Tlmmie Lee of Gainesville spent Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr. spent the ,,
two new entrants this week,for a totalof the weekend with her grandparents put ten days with her grandaughter Eric and Paul Sanders will spendthe
five so far. New contestants are Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell. weekend with their grandparents,
Lee Jam High in Jacksonville while Heights Lutheran Churcb'SUNDAY
Stacy Bryan. of Mr. Keystone
4. daughter
Jaml's trip to Mr. and Mn. H.S. Poynter in
parents were on a
and Mrs. Michael Bryan of Starke Capt. and Mrs.John D.Warren and Jacksonville.
Ireland and Italy. Mr. Edwards Joined -
and sponsored by Bryan's Gulf Service family of Washington D.C. spent the weekend and attended P.M.
lasts them over SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS 6
i and Christa Faith Modesitt 5Vi. Wednesday to Sunday with the Florida-Georgia Karl Smith of Gainesville was
daughter of Mr. parents Mr. and Mn. J.D. Warren. game. weekend visitor of her grandparent, WORSHIP SERVICE 7P.MXKeyMone .
and Mrs. Don John graduated Nov. 6 from the Personnel Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith. j, (
Modesitt of Administrator Officers Ad- tone Club :
Starke, and sponsored vance Course at Fort Benjamin Harrison spent family the Mr.weekend and Mrs.with Mark their Hamilton son and Mr. and Mrs. James Garofola of Keystone Heights, ,Ia. 1 ,

by the Ind. His new assignment Is in In Tampa. Warren, Ohio were last Thursday 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
Florida Bank at the military personnel center, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry I

q, Starke.entries Previous Washington D.C Mr. and Mrs. AI K. Carlisle spent Stefanelll. 473.2007 After 5 p.m. i r'
are: last week in Fairfield County S.C. \ '
Leslie Ann Crane Barnett of Westgrove Iowa, 1
Nugent 3 was last Saturday visitor of his uncle (
daughter of and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Garl n nI
Leslie and Hannah Mathews.
i Nugent and
Modesitt SV4 sponsored by Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips was guestof
Mosley's Tire Co.; Terri! Tillman. 3, her nephew, Dr. Glenn McClane in
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Tallahassee over the weekend and attended
Tillman and sponsored the FSU homecoming
Real Pit Bar-B-Que of Jacksonville, festivities. -
and Kerry Fay Taylor, 4, daughter of
Mrs. Kay Taylor of Starke and sponsored Mrs.Linnie Woods was in Live Oak
by Carter's j last week visiting her sons and I
families, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods
TV.There are two! and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Woods. M U I
entries for Little I 'r am t so
Miss Dream Girl( Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hatton of YOU COULD BE AN INSTANT WINHIR! y- OLOSMOBILEWINNER" "
aged 710. Lisa! Sneads spent last Thursday to Saturday ...MIA.***T(real .

is the; with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons ., ENTER OUR 1980 OLDS
daughter of Mrs.I and attended the 50th wedding an- Pto-Rrotbcd
M.A. Payne Jr. ofl niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ottis SIOOO .: DRAWINGS YOU COULD
Starke and 1st Morgan on Sunday In Ruskin. Also attending .
and TOM flmitMJ 1.1...=" .. iVDCMfffjTMl >.VNAOtanuM .IM fI10.Mr WIN THE NEXT CA R '
by the the reception were Mr. "'IWPEERS \ .t 111 Y NMI..... MaW'.M.I
Looking Glass! Mrs. Roy demons, Mrs. P.D. Red- fl'. .0.,0.N.oU..IM.M: ..... F .I"1. ;.u.I.0. S ....J'.'1 1.1I INIE.00.N/1.1 r 1101'1-' .. r SBC DETAILS AT STOfllMlt
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Styling Cent tn* dish, Mn. Freda Norman Mr. and .. JOI N..IUM: v HUMmA*U M MLB W ./UL HO MT
Starke Plaza.Bryan.. 4 Mrs. Gene Norman, Mr. and Mrs. MAR.lORIIi ANDING PETSOS NICK N.l.f.1..I.1MOI' 1.MMN111 L.1u1: Ip.t.0.......... vo..10.OVLI-.__If .. own-nt.MUM crone MM uumuM..._M M.M.

Angela Shannon Davis, 8, is the Bud Clemons and son, Mr. and Mrs.
daughter of Chuck and Gayle Davis Jimmy Clemons and children, Mr.
and Is sponsored by Diane Beauty and Mrs. Walter Walton Mr. and
Shop.First. Mrs. Wayne Clemons, Mr. and Mrs.
entry for the Junior Miss Dale Clemons and Mr.and Mn. John .
Dream Girl for girls aged II.i51a Kelly Clemons and daughters all of Starke. e \ ,
Denise Moore 11, daughter of
Wayne and Cathy Moore and e IMWGa. :..
sponsored 1
Cecelia T. Terwillegar represented 5 us1OO
by Sun Shine Electric. Red Sweet Potatoes.

entries; are contestants still being who accepted'wish to I-"_'*.,meeting Bradford,'of County*the rStroanne: Thursday Hirer at a Fresh 'fe/tow/,
Authority in Fannin Springs.She was : rrtl >:' l ..
take part In the Dec 1 contest which up pa -
will have five divisions: Tiny Dream recently appointed by Gov. Bob As Red or Golden Apples ., 49dEmperor
Graham. The is
Boy and Tiny Dream Girl for youths authority composedof '
aged 3-6, Little Miss Dream Girl for twelve counties with Dr. Frank E. Red Grapes .,5946r
Alachua Chairman. 10
girls aged 7-10 a Junior Miss Dream Philpott County 79 279
Girl for girls aged 11-1, and Miss LB BAG LB Flesh Florida Grapefruit MWClxce !
Dream Girl Division for young Staff Sgt. Steve Johns and children BAG IMWSnowhite s' \{
.women aged 16-21. Evelyn and Tommy from Rhamstein, Mushrooms u
Deadline to enter Is Nov. 24. AFB Germany spent Nov. 7.& with SAVE 40d SAYE 210 ,AYE 200
Winners in each division will his parents,Mr.and Mn.M.L. Johns Fresh Anjou Pears L,39tI
receive a crown, banner, flowers, Jr. of the New River area '
trophy and 915 cash. First and second A Bradford County High School "' u.s. NO. 1 tl #" 1 SWEET Fresh Green Cabbage 15t : I[
runners-up will receive trophies. grade,Johns Joined his wife in Miami FRESH
Contestants will be Judged on beauty for a months emergency leave. BAKING FLORIDA loose Yellow Onions ,124 :
poise and personality.
interested persona should contact TANGERINE Fresh". Cole Slaw' Salad ru494 I;

Debra Norman Rt.2, Box 113 F-2 Mr. and Mn. Walter Lilley of West POTATOES BROCCOLI
Starke FL 32091 phone 964-8849; Frankfurt 111. and Miss Ruby Lilley ...y__ save god Glace_ Pinup ple! S191
Margaret Ann Bennett phone of Paducah, Ky. arrive Sunday to LARGE HI"":' '
964-6256 after 5 p.m. or Joan Carter visit Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. 10 Red.C.ernesl I S1" .
phone 964-5165 or after 5 p.m.782.8577.i..l1..r 99.. BUNCH 79 OiNlt 24 FOR $1 ... :

Mrs. Doug Gray pent Friday to LD BAG SAYE tad Claci Mixed Fruit i 994Bmnr '
Monday with her parents. Mr. and

Mrs. J.G. Pendry in Knoxville Tenn. LIBBY'S CKOCKCMon
where her mother Is In the hospital. PANTRY PRIDE 1 BRUCE LiAiX'E5
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hardeman of TOMATO JUICE CAI1E
Gainesville were Sunday guests of her FI.AKED ASSORTEDFIAVOR9. JPUNCH
parents Mr and Mrs. W.E. Tilley.Mr. daughter Mn.T.Herbert Terwillegar A. Nelson her Jr. l Ai+l 46ea 59 cu .. l::VJ 1 i:'r 18.1.& 9<<

and Mrs. Bill Adams had.as and her grandson, Byron Andrews says 20d CAN COFFEE % y AM5 BOX
weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nelson visited in Sanford over the
Gudenrath of Macon, Ga., Mr. and weekend. They visited Cecelia'sparents )
Mrs. Jay Butts of LaGrange; Schyler Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Truluckher andMrs. I 130z 290z
Floyd and Janet Staton of Atlanta. brother and sister-in-law Mr. $199: 59.BAG
They all attended the FloridaGeorgiagame. McKay Truluck, and her sister : CAN

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..' County figns' Letter, of Intent to Have Audit Donflfrf;

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Facing paying for an "n,had!ff. Mailo 1RlAalybn r a t" lthe1' ,,," to raid audtt: county ': 1..':' .,'
{ ty uioaenhheave at blank e.Met. Cba.. flan Mule wdudlta Farnsworth said Bradford h i been
as gn a Carter Jr. told F rww&rUi.> Carter lacks i personnel to audited because: offices of the 'state
letter of intent to enga e of said it Is his responsibility to get the do th Job. Health Rehabilitative Services
CPA Pat Farnsworth (Da 'flank. Job done as cheaply as possible lor the .. moved from
Farnsworth and Co.) to the county. Farnsworth agreed. the state auditing staff In JUAnd
audit for fiscal year IWW "The CPA Mil" as commissionersrefer turned surrounding counties to
: ville
It la against state law torCountang :: Famsworth said in bringing up his to it, was estimated as high as audit to have enough work to do.
firms to bid. Farnawortty local proposal that the state legislature 140.000 to the county during commission Some counties In the state nave not
CPA who recently merge with a parently .Is not going to change its budget sessions. been audited in the past dozen years,
7St Gainesville firm and why been .mind about its refusal to pay for more Farnsworth, while not revealing Farnsworth said, meaning.those
helping prepare county budgets for auditors. Auditor General Ernest any money figure said Bradford counties can expect: high audit biUs
County fortunate to be one of a few
the past several years said the com Ellison asked for nearly 100 more personnel the first Bradford Is fortunate
counties In the which have been year.
mission could agree to use his firm to audit books
county ; the to be in the petition it is in, Farn-
audited in Recent
and once the agreement Is concluded legislature refused to fund the re years.
audits will lessen the time it will take
price can be negotiated. quest. Ellison followed with an an- ... ,,'
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., .. Absentee Voting Under Way in Lawtey

f. .. +it, ribu(ri Absentee voting .is under way In Group 1 incumbent councilman Marvin FOGel & Scat U.S. 301 S.
.., .. Lawtey and will continue throughDec. Rosier. Rosier owns and operates
!(-.;' 3, the day before the Tuesday city Roster's Garden Center in Starke 7 A.M.-J: P.M. A Walnut St
r election according to Clerk Lucille and Is bidding for his fourth term on
Shuford. the council. RCtr dEIII

0"0__'_....... _n Absentee voting takes place each MOTOR Oil
weekday from 1:>>11:15 a.m. and The chiefs wife Barbara Jean Jordan $4119 OR PEPSI
Pop Warner HomecomingThe from 1-3 p.m. at city hall. is challenging the dean of the a Qtl. I $1 ay' Tex
Three Lawtey positions. will be council Robert Scott a 12-year 10 OZ, Dp.
chosen: in the Dec. 4 voting: Plus Tax-
veteran and current of
.Bradford Pop Warner Homecoming Queen I*Kim Brown pictured at mayor
with her and Dale and Barbara Brown ; Lawtey for his Group 3 spot. Mrs. 8IEIt
right escort Clint Hutchnoa parent David L. Iluber a former CETA All MIMIDS
Jordan served the
after being crowned Saturday. Nov.3. policeman at Lawtey Is challenging eight years on Borden'a
Police Chief M.M. Jordan an 18-year Lawtey by present council councilman before being defeated Hlrman $4 99 $ Case
veteran of the chiefs
Lawtey */".it'post.' (Buster) BennettBennett MILl Gal I I 'OverrCoat

,......................................................................... who> .is for third
Earle Leslie Phillips, was a unopposed a
Lawtey councilman year ago for one term in his Group 5 poet I
"ConidenM it "the Inner voice that warm u* .somebody term and is the son of former councilman Clerk Lucille: Shuford .is also unop-- ." I,,; }
may looking. Mencken Grit Phillips III I challenging posed for a fourth term. (.'','I'1 '''''I I'...." ,.'Y,'

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I *'9.:< fIA.or/ reed', in Bradford During 78-79, l .. l' .", COMMUNITY NEWS '; (

'J \ PtJ'ttlRE' : GOALS during the winter of 1879-09. Tb*. ,,.. \ .... -.; ,. by Elizabeth Walker Thanka..lvtng m au... Hey. Blame.
rwulte will then be and If ) College
I'b ; : continue to evaluated Pheno$4.66a8 is a graduate of Edward Watan -
Ii j "Ion I waysedncerhd ? a WM are. favorable it .is expected that .tit B.F. Lee TtMotogfeal Seminary.
Fonrtiy'j )
to t I' 1tI' stST : .VV because fin* starting. sueb ,* program might be' imptMtfnctited Church Activities and holds the Honorary D.D. Degreeof
;: tract Fores 't A. \' err, n these areas frequently burn more t throughout the state. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Divinity He has served M pastor
thutate Uivisiprlo.( than average size acreages Approx- of the beet fire prevention tools Church: Weekly service began Mon- and presiding Elder for SO years. fie
4 imately 19 miles of railroad plowing Is the day, 6 p.m with a program sponsored presently is serving as presiding ,
plowing of
: rn'r activity wn up. 'wild and burning are planned ;ftore The DlviJpvof by the choir with Mrs. Margaret Elder of the Lakeland District of the ;
shish burned A IlK'al t97HO. ffirefine try propose to increase/ Daniels and Mrs. Rebecca Daniels in Orlando Conference. .
:. Average stzbu Ct.was. plowing by SO percent during. charge. Each Tuesday, prayer lie and his wife Mrs. EsteII Albert I' ,
,fi, }; used from 5.8ae l QS.3 The area in and around the fringesof .979-89-,:: ," F I meeting,7:30. Wed. 7:90 all Circles Blalne, daughter of one of UwS prominent : '
lfI'lJ"'. f JJt78'7', '" fJ <' '. Lawtey has traditionally been thecounty's 'I< ,.;, ', \ t. :' '.l. meet. McKay's met at Rev. Dan families of Starke now resides in : 'if
),.tjfty fire line p ow n Ut'SU high fire occurrance area. : Hankerson. Lee's Circle met at Mn. Lincoln City. The county is invited to : I,.
were serviced in 78-79, down from 68 Plans are being made to Intensify theDivision's Lawtey Principal ... .. Cynthia McCutchen's. Blye's Circle share in these services. "
,: this1!';,previous year, but the hours off prevention efforts with a met at Mary Pork's. Thursday 7:30: The monthly meeting of the Concerned
ini line1< plowing went up to 76 In 78.79 one-one-one, door to door contact program A' Story Hour Friday, 8 p.m. a choir Citizens of Bradford County "
\ 'from 61 in 77-78 involving the use of telephone Denies Ordering sponsored program. Sat. dinners will will be held Nov. Instead of Nov. 22 : I: a
T.246: burning authorizations were stickers listing legal descriptions and be sold from the kitchen. Sat. 8 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. All members are .f ,. 1
Issued In 78-79, up from 1,078 in 7778. number to call to report woods fires. The Gainesville Concert Choir will asked to attend. All citizens who are : '
There are eight full time employeeswith Authorization has been received to present a program In behalf of our not members are asked to Join and :
an annual payroll of $72,452 plus begin a pilot program of limited con- Shooting of DogsDogs choir anniversary, which will be held support the organization. The help of J jl\
four CETA employees in Bradord trol burning for small landowners. It Nov. 30.Sunday School,9:30. Morning all citizens is needed. '
County working for the Division of Is expected that approximately 12 area problem at Lawtey worship, 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Evening
Forestry. such burns. will be performed Elementary School but Principal Worship, 6 p.m. Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday ,
Bradford County entered into an throughout the four county district Charles Hall said he Issued no orderto A Lunker... Pleasant Grove United Methodist school, 10 a.m., morning worship, 11 ; 1 ;
agreement with the old Florida shoot the pesky canines as reportedat :. :Mr. K.H. thin IIII Church: Sunday School, 10 a.m., a.m., evening Chapel 7 p.m. '!
Forest Service on May 29, 1957 for the the Novi 5 Lawtey city council Marling( caught( Lovefeast, 3 Greater Allen AME! Church: i{
protection of the forest, grass and meeting;;h'? ",!I Lake pound larRrniuiiKh( I\\'f'etn""da>UHX In Sampson, :No'. Mt.Morlah United Methodist Church i Sunday school. 10 a.m., lovefeast service r1 l
west of Mitrke
wild lands of the county from destructive Hall said he has sent a letter home( : > Sunday school, 9:30.: Morning worship 11 a.m. All members are invitedto
... wood fires The agreement, in effect with'students. telling parents the, He broiiRht the big fish in with bin a 11 a.m. Friday. Nov. 16, will be attend the beginning of the new
since that time, that the has ( the observance of the choir anniver- conference
provides school
a dog problem and that ac- ;i' O-hll'h khlnrr. the last in his huikrt. year. I
annual county share of the expenditures lion to alleviate the problem needs tdp "I was in IIl'h.N.lco'the big fish anil sary 7:30.: The public is invited. Calvary Baptist Church: Services i,
necessary for the support of be taken; The letter, Hall says, asks could a haws / "some Antioch Missionary Baptist Church: : will be held Sunday at & p.m. Prayer .l
the forest fire control unit would be parents to keep their dogs at home probably caught* Thursday (tonight), Prayer Meeting, meeting and bible study, each Thurs'daat
tOt iPmorf If I'd iml hud
determined three > .otne jnorrto 7 Sunday School, 10 a.m. At 3 7:30 Visitors are always
l by multiplying help with.the problem ; I.if hhlt'rll," Starling lIuid.f p.m. : p.m.
cents times the number of forest w sand I ,p.m. the Holy Light Gospel Singers of welcome.
acres in the county. All other costs The letter also If Half tall"determine !:" High Springs, Fla. will present a pro Free Canaan True Church of God In
are paid from state and federal funds. ownership of a dog at' gram. The public Is Invited. Unity: Monday, 7 p.m. Prayer Band.
v i --. .; .*' school parents wilt be called to take. Williams MI. Plugfth A.M.E. Church Sundaywill Tuesday, choir rehearses 6 p.m, Wed.
Of a total'' district (four counties) the dog home. If Hall cannot deters' ; Head begin a new conference year, Tarrying service, 7-30: Friday
budget of $138,988, Bradford County's mine ownership the principal said:.*;, with a new pastor, Rev. Ms.Charletta church service. Sunday, 10 a.m., Sun
r' share is $4,012. .. steps will be taken to have the dogst' Calvin, Sunday School l 10 a.m..Morning -. day school, morning service 11 a.m.,
Since the mid-1960's the Division of ia removed from, the campus. .1 ..nwtey 4-H, Club Worship, 11 a.m. All members are evening service I p.m.
.. Forestry has been assisting fire Mrs Hazel l Paulk wan recently At the Nov. 5 Lawtey council ':",,Ii)m4 asked to please be present to start the New Bethel IlapUxl Church: The
departments with leased equipment named honorary Agriculture (Quern meeting, a member of the audience .')! Mitch Williams was eleeted'preai- conference. year with success In mind. funeral services for Mr. Granver Harris -
and basic brush fire suppression by Dk'k Polk Sr. lIf'fU at press said that Hall authorized a man' to'..''1:dent of the Lawtey 4-H Club at the \ will be held Saturday 1 Sunday
I. training in a Rural Community Fire Hardens during the Florida .;xtt'u- shoot the dogs with rat shot It was (first meeting of the year Sept II In NAACP News school 10 a.m., The usher Board
Protection Program (RCFP). In this stow Professionals Annual Meeting said that a resident threatened Hall Lawtey Elementary School.. The monthly) meeting of the Bradford No. 1 will Fellowship with the Ushersat
program military surplus trucks, with bodily harm If biB dog was shot County Branch NAACP will be Jerusalem Baptist Church in
tanks pumps, etc are leased to fire ;::$jk(New officers for the .1979-80 year In- held Monday Nov. 19 at Pleasant Olustee, Fla. on the Usher's Anniver-
departments for their conversion into Hazel Paulk Hall Said nobody has threatened include Brandt Herndon vice- Grove United Methodist Church,7:30.:
suppression equipment Some ,.. hint with bodily harm. Two parents 'president' : Mary Wright secretary; All members and interested! citizensare Visitor:
are old, but still ser did phone him about shooting dogs., ..1': Jodi Rising treasurer John Tlnsler Invited to attend. The membership Ms. Matilda Elcdy from Patterson,
viceable, tandem wheeled transport Named Agricultu'reVice and one was concerned if dogs were ", reporter: Jamie Slater, historian; drive is in progress for new and N.J. is In Starke visiting her brother,
trucks are rebuilt and transformed into being shot with students around. Hall .'n|Mark Gee, safety, and Jeanie Ilising, renewed memberships. Sam McBride. She is also visiting
first rate fire trucks at a fraction of said he told both parents he had not ".recreation.. ,.' Card of Thanks with Mrs. Jurutha DeSue.
',the cost of new,units. The fire depart Chairman ordered dogs shot and there had been j ,u'' Our sincere appreciation to our
ment is charged only for the cost of of Adult leaders for the
no shootings dogs .' 7B-80 year are v friends for their deeds of kind-
?many .
,.;;materials.An hour brush""fire> '" The first woman 'has been appointed j }j" '$ 1>11 .,':J+J.i'; ',N,"..W.., I '/d'j Rena Herndon, swine: Mary Taylor, ,j.!;;I?;,ness during the loss of our loved one, !
eight suppression cooking Tatum. child
; Sylvia
to serve as vice chairman of l ; [ r'Nancy' Pelham. God Bless You All
training course is also providedto the Agriculture Committee of the Bus] : ,, development! ; Carol Slater dog"V Maggie l Murphy, and Family.
: to fire Driver'I, "care/vet */.:/-
departments upon request. State Association of County Commissioners : \ science: Helen Wright embroidery :., : I
(SACC) for the coming year 1 f. ,I : Bonnie )Durban, hor The Bradford County Christian Missionary ".
Equipment: currently under lease, ticulture, Jack Anderson horse: .
Mrs. Hazel Paulk Bradford and will
County To Get Literary Society
by department, for use in Bradford Training
Commissioner, was selected to serve Tony Anderson, rabbits. and Ken sponsor a Thanksgiving Service
::,r County includes; as vice chairman after a five-year six-hour1 Howard, bicycle. Wednesday, Nov. 21, at St. Johns Baptist -
membership on the committee. Mrs. A course entitled "Behindthe Church Lawtey Time B p.m. .
Bradford Volunteer Fire Department Paulk was also the first woman to Wheel Driving Skills and Instruc- Fund raising project for the ye.ir is Rev Willie Huffman pastor. Rev,
:.3J. (eVFDI. one 1933 CMC X 6 with serve on the committee tion" will be given area school bus to sell tvto-yeur pocket calendars. R.J. Blaine will deliver the
750 gallon tank and one' tanker
::: 1967 drivers today and Friday. Nov. 15-16, ,
Mrs. Paulk's interest and activity f
., .
5,000 gallon tank.
in agriculture is not limited to SACC according to Leonard Register director -<
Brooker VFD- one 1954 GMC 6 X 6 She has served as chairman of of operations. In the Bradford ,
with 650 gallon tank. agricultural activities for nearly four school system. > ; ,
years.for the county commission. She '. The class Wilt be conducted by (two .

'I. ,, Star.ke.Vf'Done. tank also works with/ state organizations; of ..... ,1J..a.tt..Pepimment of TransportationffpecraltatCtP : tAL \ r" ''' '
f W' '' ''' -
county, home,, economics amlvflligents 4.t.'I LctmaroTlEonway "and. ,. .. ......S,IHeaA'ID ..... :. ... .. 'J'1II
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I ,/. < Tt_ "."V |jy !j,''IIII.! hl1< bS; Jt t. aAlf ;W ..a .",'r'n".M.x. .nr ai ..E11NMaM1. ,,
de' tfie feWarTille IV Program Mrs. Paulk also haS been supportive drivers End su sti ute us ,
: which compliments the RCFP of 4-11 activities having been drivers are required to take the
? Program federal funds are made speaker for the annual 4-H) banquetfor course which will be taught from 9 PROBLEM SOLVER!
: available for cost sharing up to a four years as well as having n.m.to, noon today and Friday on the "
:: maximum of 50 percent on the purchase awarded scholarships to 4-H Camp driving range at the Luke Butler
:: price of equipment for fire and other activities for several local Reception and Medical Center. il
= di-parments A total of $72,100 was 4-11 members during that time. Register says'Mealoujy ; DEARBORN GAS i.
: allocated to Florida again in 1978. On the state level, Mrs. Paulk was
: Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department instrumental in getting the Florida
::-' received $322 toward the purchase of Association of Extension 4.H. Agents
u three radio pagers, affiliated with the SACC and Ruisian love are Proverb listen." WALL FURNACE

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: :\ 34-year-old Lawtey man was arrested recreational vehicle" of A htonpMMtcott
in Mobil*.'.Ala, last Friday. on
terFFAOffi" .
charge of t. '
.Mkhl Gar who wa........ rIM tn The state attornt>\11'! office ,wreviewing
a the Desert M. MMW..to....'IIP). *aarrentvd he( care to determine .iffiarvey
r tin warren dotedStpt, 17. should be extradited tn
lie was charged with stealing (he Florida


SrniiM1 KK \ 0.1$ Ii' Two Keystone' '
<< Height<< Men Arrested
limk .NaiK-x Beuryt .tart.. ,
MIUllli.ims.. prytldeu botigS iI.UII "
%ifi.|>rrM r<>|nirlrr: Kctln 'Kli Toss rnAlor; arrested Sunda.for. indecent ex appear' 'before Circuit Judge 02ll't.
M.iikilliiiIIIH.. trviis'ur posure.. V u Pagan/ :Nov.: 13.

John McGuire 2rt. and Robert Par
d l sons 21. were arrrplrd at Bolt 'Luke .............H.....H.1......,.....
5 around 11:15:: a.m.' btu ..h.rIU'1Idt'put "He who rebukes the world
it'll TheywercIHnhrckawdon' la rebuked by the world."

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f e PRIZES] T aT STORE! Carter ,

Crowned Queen




Sophomore USD! Carter. dunghttr
of William, and Barbara Curler of
I lam pi on. was! crowned, hoimvnmiut
queen al Hampton ('hrll'tilinA'adl'm
in ceremonies Friday night
a Nov 2.
Members of the homecomingqueen's
I court are Kenee Molt,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Marshall
Molt of Brooker: Sophie Sullivan
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Sullivan of Waldo and 111441I00rl.! .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Urady Hart
of Brooker.
Miss, Molt was! first runner-up.'
Miss Carter was escorted! by Jay
Smith. l'olislIl\lotl by l'ollkt'I\I'nj(. Miss
Sullivan by Annie Smith and Miss
(Hart by her father.
j000&Iitemsr ; "
."'N.4r, Hampton Christian Academy won
'. .'' .' both,.lts homecoming sports ac
'.1," tivities. The volleyball team ran its
record to 6-1 by beating Williston
Christian Academy 15-1llInd:! 1511.
', The flag football team ran its recordto
7-1 with a :ii-6: win over Williston.
; Both the volleyball and football(teams
different will be in the conference play-offs.

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101 111:1'< "' "| -i0. t.U Slii4 arras! Jq 1 UTo 9ISL
Drug store or 20,000 cash. __
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I required ('ourNfor the Florida
real estate salesman's license will In-
111 offered in Starke this winter by Santa
Fe Community College.
a : e I t 1i Real Estate Principles Practicesand \
1 1 111 License Law (tREE 20(10)( will be
1, offered in the SFCC Starke Center at,
Bradford High School from 6 to H p.m.:'
on Wednesday and Friday evenings
The five-credit course which cannot\
be taken for audit costs $70.
1 1 1 / Winter term runs from Jan. 9 to
April 18.
... For more Information call the Santa
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SUN GIANTDATES at 904-5382. '

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V05 TOOTHPASTE e ,o holiday baking needaJ ....more on
HAIRSPRAY 6.4-oz.tube.Price 8-CL boll 'VvR -
Hard to hold. aC REG. 03 LIMIT 1 Nr
reflect aY
25' otf label. +r ti- '
Choice of 2 types. LIMIT 1 // V c L r Psychologisttfrorn

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t% PEPr : ... IVORY August 8 Robert Driggers was actually -
involved in making and
or.WHITMAN soliciting
FABERQEORQANICS 12 ,g BATH SOAP JO accusations against Vey. The count
DRISTAN CONDITIONER 6/ISM SAMPLER +) 5-oz.bar,pure" white
::r.'OP Assorted alleges Driggers never' revealed to
center*covered, floating soap.
With wheat germ& PAC Vey that he had
personally been inVolved
TABLETS LIMIT 1 with pure chocolate. REQt FOR 89*LIMIT 3 -
honey -oz.
Relieve nasal 1-pound box in allegations against Vey, nor
con _
gestion. Bottle of 24 tfiIjJ LIMIT 1 REQ. $400 +, did he ever offer to excuse himself as

LIMIT: 1 I 8ge FLAVOR ROAST r 2 99 3/59 ,hearing.presiding officer at the grievance

119 = PEANUTSDry Count two also states In December
1978 the District 111 board
Dry routed,no tugar refused In
33 SPRAY or oil added. 8oz. |ar.REQ. PACKOF300 PALMOUVE violation of its own rules and regulations -
DEODORANT 89 TYPING PAPER LIQUID to grant Vey a hearing regar
VICKS44D U-ouegularor 5-oz. ding the allegations against him.
COUGH SYRUP Irir anti-persplranL.... I for Premium your special quality need paper pr Si-ox Qentto bottle to hands. Count three states the terminationwas
the result of
1 a conspiracy
REQ. S1.49 I among
REG. S1.19
mixture 3-oz. bottle. the defendants and has caused the
I 9ge ryWy plantilf to suffer emotionally, and
I LIMIT DAK BUTTER 89 :a. 88CDecongetentwtph financially, and has been so
e stigmatized in his profession as to not
KERI COOKIES be at liberty to pursue it.
: :, LOTION Dellckxi*Imported CHRISTMASCARDS R1D-A-BUG Counts four and five allege Vey was
;! BAYER cookie In' reusable' not terminated for proper cause, but
6Vi-oz.for tin. 1 pound she INSECTICIDE for meeting with other staff members
: ASPIRIN / dry akin care. REG. $2.69 Religlou and traditional "Dollyouraetf"peal .. to discuss; various work related
;J Dependebbpelnrellet ... LIMIT scene Box of 20. control. 64-oz. size. grievances in an effort to improve
Bottle of 100. yN 1OCCAMSPRAY 9 emuREQ. $1.09 REQ. $4.99 0 terms and conditions of employment.
n LIMIT 1 : 149 The suit cites Florida Statutes
j" 319 guaranteeing employee's rights to
: 9ge CARDS self-organization and freedom from
1 SOFT TOUCH Boxof20.REQ.S199 1" coercion and. intimidation by an
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1, TUMS Protect your hand*from CRANBERRY LYSOL'
: harsh detergents.Small, LIGHT SET
ANTACID medium or large *ize*. 1SlghtkidoasoHwnh 'J.DISINFECTANT. The B-U Guidance Clinic now con
j f.. and Bottle assorted of 7SRegular flavor. REQ. 99 PAIR LIMIT 9 PAIR2goo 44-oz.ft refrcening txmte.Healthtut drink.; assorted color bulb*.C ..IJ 'odor Ellmiatehoaehold*. 12-oz.aerosol. tracts Health with Center the in North Lake Florida Mental
: euT bulb City to provide
LIMIT 1 REG. $1.39 LIMIT 1
ti REG. $5 48j mental health services. The splitting
V PAIR 88 of the five northern counties July 1.
89 ; 3 =- 1979 put Columbia Hamilton, Suwan-

KNEE HIGH _, nee Lafayette Bradford and Union
counties into the newly-formed
FEMINIQUE HOSIERY district. While the North Central
One sue flu all. Florida center retained responsibility
DISPOSAUED000HE Assorted ('adet.1 pair SALE PRICES GOOD THRU fi1fi\filfjlf\ for Alachua, Dixie. I
Two 5-oz.bottle*. Jl'i" fj1mfi1r ]" Levy and
wnpferpaek.LIMITI SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 LLlL.III: LJWL.J: CllJ.JWWL/ Gilchrist counties
Aftorted fragrance '+ PAIR TO FIRST 200' : :/
LIMIT 2 SHOP WEEKDAYS NFMHC director Tim Adkinson '

I T' CUSTOMERS, 9 AM tile PM mm mJPIPVUJm! E L L IB WUfil? ;'1:i ?SiLUJeri 13 Board-U Clinic Is a,separate a* under entity the I

L..JFREE SHOP SUNDAYS 1 contracting to provide services. The
10AMII7PM.HopnRLv.O. SSI6L31 mutually arranged split was

SALE. ITMS UNITED... S..' Walnut 8t Starke Fla. necessitated District III catchment when the area l exceeded county

the population legal limitation and the
five northern counties were formed
under a federal grant.f' .

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gas U to 20 Buyers, when considering a new
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certainly Those prices precious commodity. Avoid having unnecessary weight compared to a driver traveling at 70 transportation when possible. car The guide Is vailable free from from 40 to so gallons and savings
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owner every automobile pounds can Increase gas consumption Drive defensively by anticipating share a ride, or walk or bike II the Economy. Pueblo CO 81009. per year. The..
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11,000 and uses nearly 800 which needs to be watched for energy motor that idles for more than 30 air-conditioning, automatic transmission and {
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seconds consumes more than savers and not add obtained
over 100 million energy are leneraJly characterized power steering only Information can b be on how
automobile registered learn to be more efficient. switching the car off and restarting by low vehicle weight, mall elllines, additional weight to the car, but also to save energy at home or with a car \
owners this country. Twenty percent better fuel mileage the engine.To manual transmissions, low axle ratio use a substantial amount of energy. by writing the State Energy Office 1 "
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need to conserve energy, since at _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : I t tt
!least half of the U.S.'s oil is Importedand
the crude oil from which gas .Is NOTHING YOU NEE
refined has been found not to be Inex- t, 441
haustible.In ,,

for about addition 13 percent automobiles of all energy account consumption TO BUYI ,, NOT TO ::

in this! country,and about 31 ...-
percent of all petroleum used. The
average driver can take steps that i.!
would save the country energy, as I. s
well as save himself some money. _
The best way to start saving energy _
is to take care of your car by watchingout OBLIGATION TO WIN!
for "symptoms of Illness." This
could be a decrease in gas mileage, 1
rough idling hesitation, or much _
more. If the performance on your
car indicates it needs a tune-up, or
you have reached the mileage or time
recommended by the car's manufacturer
have the car checked by a competent -
mechanic,or invest some time
and do it yourself. ,
Some of the key items to remember

"areReplace: or simply clean and adjust '

the spark plugs.
-If the air filter looks dirty,replace
Check the fuel system for any
'leaks or blocks.
-Check the choke so it is operating
can build up on the OFFICIAL RULES

:!''inspect points, distributor these, and cap have and the rotor so 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE Register to win by filling out an entry blank available at Eckerd Drugs or print your name tl
: Ignition
address and telephone number on a piece of paper 2Vt"x 4V and mall to the Eckerd
timing set to vehicle
Inspect the idling specifications.: on the Drug store nearest you. Entries must be received by 6:00: p.m. Saturday December 15 .
motor for racing or stalling speed when the 1979 to be eligible for drawing.'Winners of prizes displayed at each store will be drawn (
car is at operating temperature.One from entry box at 8:00: p.m.on Saturday.December 15 1979.Winning entries will then be '
way to learn how to do all of forwarded to the Jack Eckerd Corporation offices In Clearwater,Florida for Grand Prize
these things is to become enrolled in a Drawing at 3.00: p.m.Wednesday December 191979.Grand Prizewinner will select 1001
car maintenance course offered at "" different Items no two items alike .from merchandise In stock and on display at the
.several schools. In addition, readingthe Eckerd Drug store nearest winner's home, or may accept 20000.00 cash alternative
owner's manual may give hints on prize.No purchase Is necessary.You need not be present win.Winners will be notified.
the proper operating conditions of the I All applicable taxes are responsibility of winners.Winners'names will be posted In stores :
car.Learning where required by law All prizes must be claimed by January 15, 1980 or prizes are '
more about one's own car forfeited. Contestants must be 18 years of age or older to register and win. Employees
will allow an Individual to MATCHING HIS A ElS9CASH EVY 1980 DATSUN B- 10 GX HATCHBACK and IRS dependents of employees of the Jack Eckerd Corporation Its subsidiaries and
knowledgeably deal with a mechanic CITATIONS OR $0 OR $6,200 CASH its,advertising agency are Ineligible. Void where prohibited by law. '
" which may otherwise be a problem. i
Other items which will help save ti .
gas are having the tire pressure I BESURETO p ___ .. (

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Terry Shop moving to a new Laptev Newsand
Phone 782-330 tun Uoc. Please keep watch for place Kirkland at Bradford County Lawtey Little League meeting
CHURCH ACTIVITIES ana opening date. Hospital Tuesday evening. New. 11' at Lawtey Elementary
Church: There will be a The Adult Choir will be preventing a Mr. and Mrs CIa de Revels and School, at 7:30: p.m. Officer for next
REVIVAL at the church beginning mini concert for the EARLY nephew of :Starke. .... Gloria and Mrs. Wayne May and son, Mr. son DeWHt of Keystone ffetoMt. year win be elected. AD parent having
Friday night, Nov. 16 through Sunday CHURCH next week. The following Hansen and children of Jacksonville. and Mr*. Chris SullIvan and NIl were Sunday dtoner *uyts a children that play mtte
Nov 18,7 p.m. each evening and Sunday morning will be the UMYF There were about :20 prevent. John, Jr., and Randy of Miami grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. baaebeJl next spring should tend
11:00: Sunday morning Elder Willard word drill. Mrs Cecil Wade,of Tampa,spent a visited Mr. and Mr*. Barry Watt on C1eUs n.
Pyle, paste .,* First Baptist Church The older UMYF will present a skit week with her slater Mm- Fred Friday night and Saturday.
Naples, will be the speaker. Good about the meaning" of ADVENT for Moore. They visited their brother Mia Billie Doreen Wilson, left Sun- Southside
preaching, good singing, and good EARLY CHURCH STARTING Dec. Doyle Boyer, In St. Vincent's day to go to Mildenhall Air Force Elementary School News
fellowship. We cordially Invite you to 2, 9. 19 and 23rd with the lighting of Hospital, Jacksonville, during the Base, England to visit her brotherinlaw -
attend these services. Pastor A.E. the Traditional Advent Wreath. week, and sister Major and Mr*. J.F. During the week of Nov. 11-16. the Mrs. Sandra Duncan' fifth grade
Massey Personals Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and ouihert)'. Mr*. Jacqueline* Line first ana second grades were given has been Involved In a unit of study on
Grace United Methodist Tier will be a Breath of Life Bike- daughters, of Tampa, spent the and her daughter Jacqueline, ofReihmain. the Otla-Lennon Mental Ability Teat teeth. As an added interest the class
Fellowship supper, Nov. 18. eating A-Thui on Saturday Nov. 17, ate a jn. weekend with ;their son-in-law and Germany are visiting the which all first and second graders In has some dental impressions made by
"promptly at 4:30: p.m." The Annual on the school parking lot. Everyonecome daughter Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke Dougherty* and brother Tim Wilson the county receive each year. a dentist aa well as some of their own
Thanksgiving menu will be served out and ride. The money you of Hellbron Spring, and their at the same Urn. Thursday J. Nov. 15 is the date for actual teeth to look at and study the.
and singing afterward. make will benefit children with Cystic mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, their Mrs. Truby Wainwright visited her Southside Cafeteria to serve their structure. The week of Nov. 8-9 the
We were delighted to Bet the "seal Fibrosis. For further Information sister,Mrs. Daisy Boch, and daughter suiter Mrs. Rowe, In the Baker Nursing Thanksgiving dinner. The menu la class has been receiving library instruction
coating" on our new building this past contact Jeanne Lee at Lawtey post of Miss Lynn Whaley.Mr. Home at Macclenny on Sunday baked turkey mashed potatoes from Mrs. Burney Winkler.
Saturday thru the efforts of the and Mrs. D.O. Brown visited afternoon. w/gravy dressing, cranberry sauce, This instruction is designed to not only -
church members. fice.Mr.. and Mrs. H.W. McHugh of their daughter, Mrs Sandy Thomas, Elizabeth Smyth, of Jacksonville, peas, pumpkin pie, rolls and milk acquaint them with the Southslde
Very glad to report that both Mrs. Jacksonville, spent Saturday with of Jacksonville, on Friday. We are spent the weekend with her grandparents Southside expect to see some of our Library but to make them aware of
Eloise Olin and Master Kenny their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. glad to report that their daughter is CoL and Mr*. Wm. Wilson. neighboring adults who frequently how to use any library and also to tri
Howard are home from the hospital. and Mrs. D. O. Brown. They had a able to be up and do her own work. Her mother Mr*. Wendie Smyth lunch with us that day, form them of the different types of information
Winners of the "Bible Bee" during working at Brown Cemetery near Mrs. Elsie Norman was a Sunday came down Sunday for her Monday, Nov. 19 the Kindergarten that are available to them
EARLY CHURCH were Mickl Becker Sampson Lake. overnight and Monday guest'of her Mr*. O.J. Boyette, Jr., Angela through third grades will participatein in a library when they know how to
Blue Ribbon Jon Love Red Ribbon Mr and Mrs. David Huber were mother, Mrs. Lassie Starling. of Boyette, and Monica Green and Mrs. a mini-walk for the March of use it.From.
and numerous honorable mentioning hosts for a barbecue and cookout on Jacksonville. Raymond William and sons,Stephen Dimes. Parent should expect to Mrs. Vicki McKinney's first
White ribbon. This will be a once a Monday evening honoring their Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry, of and Bryan of Jacksonville and Chris receive information home with the grade room: to the parent
quarter contest. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Jacksonville, visited their brother Durban pent last weekendwith their child explaining this. Parents will who donated the items
CHOIR PRACTICE is very crucial, Mrs. Roger Barnett of the Air Forcein and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, aunt, Mr*. Ruth Matchett of Orlando. need to return a signed permit with doughnuts made for the Hallow
be there. 7 p.m. Wednesday for Germany Other guests were their Harold Eunice on Saturday. after All of them went to Disney World on their child if they wish the student to Carnival. A special
Christmas rehearsals. Both choirs, parents Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Barnett, noon. .. Saturday participate. Barbara Rasnlck, Mrs Fumiko
please. their brother James Barnett, nieces Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of Tuesda1 Nov. :201 b the date set for Woods Mrs Rosemary Vanzant,
daughter, of Heilbron Springs, visited Jacksonville, Mr*.Charles Dobbs and "Turkey Bowl" football Mrs Yvonne Nettles, Mrs. Gilmun-
---- their mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson daughter, Melissa, were Sunday din- game at Southside. The game will be ray Mrs Juanita Jackson, and Jinv
and their brother-in-law and sister, ner guests of Mr and Mr*. Mile In the morning during the my Prevatt who helped cook the
BRAMA Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan.-. Dobb and fifth grade physical education \ : doughnuts. Congratulations to the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee 'visited There were over TWELVE HUN class times, :30-10:50: a.m. A ,following students for beginning their
s their aunt, Mr*. Eva Harris of DRED person who attended the fourth grade all-star team will be reading primer, "Magic Rings"t
RESTAURANT Enigma Ga., on Saturday and stopped Dedication of the new auditorium at chosen to compete against a fifth Shannon Hicks, Amy Jones, Melissa
by to see Mr and Mrs. Clifton Pine Level Baptist church on Sunday grade all-star team. The fourth grade Adams Thomas Cooper Tushina
Harris, of Waycross, Ga. team will be coached by Jim Lewis, Vanzant, and Trade Vanzant. Special
367 N. TEMPLE AVE Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Coleman, of morning.Mrs.. Hermie Kelly visited while Ma. Gayle Lee will coach the recognition goes to Angela Carter,
Jacksonville, visited Mr. and 'Mrs. their cousin Carr Colley at Ed Frazier fifth graders. Brian Cummings and Jason Spencer
y Truman Norman, and their mother, Memorial Hospital, Macdenny on Wednesday Thursday and Friday,' for their excellent classwork.
Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Sunday afternoon Sunday afternoon. Nov. 21-23-fhanksgiving Holiday From Mrs. Dorothy Leach's third

Nov. 4. Mr. and Mr*. O.J. Boyette,Jr., and Monday, Nov. 26, the.second six grade the super spellers for the week
9649994'VOlffL Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starling of daughter went to Valdosta, Ga., on weeks grading period ends. Report are: Michelle Bronson, Stanley GrI(-
Starke. visited their parents Rev. Saturday to attend the wedding of cards will be sent home with the tie, Marcus Henry, Jason Hicks
lRN'For and Mrs. Charles Starling on Friday Miss Lynn Myers and Jimmy O'Neal. student on Monday, Dec. 3. Dave Lizenbee, Eric Nugent, Amy
night. Mrs. Pete Starling and con Derrick Cheryl Boyette was a member of the Southside 1 II happy to have the Packtuun. Becky Poore, Cam Ward,
A Really Special of Jacksonville, visited her wedding party. While there they Webelo Den of,Pack 73, under the Tim Lewi!* Karen. Larson, Paul
ThanksgivingThis parents on Sunday aCtemoon. visited with friends. direction: of John Schmidt, serving as Dickinson, a.. S. mn McLeod. The
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended Mr*. Juanita Mincy, of Perry, Mr. color guard this year. The den of multiplication ". 'oion is Jamie
Year, the Leukemia Benefit Gospel and Mr*. Albert Samorisky, and their about 12 boy have the responsibilityof .Whitehead who ki t his multiplication -
Sing, at Raiford Community Centeron slater Mis raising and lowering of our flag tables through
Treat Your Saturday night. Jacksonville,Dorothydinner each day as the proper care of it in Inclement In Mrs. Donna Hart '> fifth grade
Family To Dinner With Vs. Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, weather. class the students are making a salt
and daughter of Pensacola, spent the Sr.. and their daughter, Lisa and Mrs. Mrs. Verna Schmidt'* Den 3 with relief map showing the Pilgrim's trip
weekend with their parent, Mr. and O.J. Anders. eight Cub Scout visited the fire station from Plymouth, England to
Offering Tender Roast Mrs. Bill Dobbs and daughter, Kris. Mrs. Mary Bostwick, of Vero in observance of fire safety during Plymouth, Massachusetts
Turkey Mrs. John Tye, Sr., spent from Beach visited Mr. and Mr. Le Mc- the month cf October. The boy Volunteers brought the materials
Thursday until Sunday afternoon with Clellan on Monday and Tuesday received very good Instruction from needed and the students are taking
With All The Trimmings. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mr*..Robert McClellan and the fire department personnel, were turns mixing ingredients, painting
Mrs. Fred, L. Roberta, of Jackson son Jeff of Starke were Sunday din- shown the trucks and equipment and and labeling the map. Congratulations -
Mrs. Jean Byles and children, Mr. Mn._ ____ I.JHI___ _Mr.__>TAl1anMr _?____n. Mrs. Verna Schmidt 'Comes: new Anthony Lowe who have not missed
*. Resale Reddish and Mrs. Lea students Amy Griffia, Jer,,..ty Boyer, any spelling words on the first 10
McClellan visited Mrs. Elva and Julie Johnston into her first grade units. Good spellers of the week are
t class.Legals Robyn Bryant. Robby McRae Gene
.ESTABLISHED 1904 Pjwell, Sherry lervolina. Shannon

Hieguibotham, Anthony Lowe Chris
Hall Vicki Crockrell, Sheila

?ssssssse@se@s3e@ssa: .e : ;;: : i>& =' : <<. David Williams Timmy ShannOn'j!
Jackie Davis Scott ,

OVER ISO STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST' will the ejection Schulze, Shana Martin, Sherri
DEPARTMENT OF consider aid street platted Carlton, a.'d Kim Norman. On
S -;: 4 TRANSPORTATION of an ordinance Street being dmcrlbed
Wednesday v. 7 the clas enjoyed a
SPECIALTRAFFIC relating' to:
: visit from John -il. He showed theclass
Ihanksgkyij ORDINANCE two very in filmstrips and
) r i a e jtEGULAttONS --Mg'ESTABLISHING... _5'la..r.ALi.-Q--LEGAL i. inmu.it.iteet That portion'' oltl'uHl.bolnv,34feet ->...+i I""*Ufceussed with) thentt how their

NOTICE' IS' HERE-- ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 'In width bounded 'relationship with U> jple around
GIVEN: 'IN THE 'UNINCORPORATED the north by Block 39 them and their attituues should be:
That the. Department AREA OF and on the South by considered when thinking about and a
of Transportation at Its BRADFORD COUNTY Block 36. of Crosby LakeShore career '
Set the scene for holiday dining and family meeting of Sept 27, FLORIDA AND PROVIDING ., a* p.r plot From Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth)
meals with an attractive diningroom suite )r 1979. gave consideration FOR AN EFFECTIVE thereof recorded In Plat grade room the good spellers are Ben-
r to tin request* DATE. Book 2. Page 17 of tin jy Bass, Pam Carter, Lloyd
S Beauty and quality at a sensible price. C- from the. relating to special traffic YOU ARE FURTHER Public record nf II'cad. Julie Haisten, Tommy
# a.ople who regulation and 'In eoch: GIVEN' NOTICE that a ford County Fl ride all Jimmy Jordan Charles GiJPltl'l'
;,:1 Caret cote mad a review' of copy of laid proposed ordinance tying' ond/belng In Section Nazworth, John Stanwix-Hay
f! the traffic ,Investigation I I. available for 24 and 25, Township Starling Waylon Townsend.
report, along with lherecommendallona your Inspection at the office 6 South Range 21 East, Wilson, Gary Wilberg, Eric
Tasteful Dinin room i -- = of the of the Clerk' of the Bradford County and Crystal Rain Netto. It Is Lynda
engineer at the locationor Circuit Court, Bradford Florida. that next week the list will

Otttsstsd hear Ms far I Mint by Btrayll below location described Stark County. Florida.Courthouse, All 'Interested partiesmay names that haven't been on the good

ppsX.. FlMrss "Mee.tlW.' .. .Is.*. .. r4 c.a1 Bradford: County, EACH AND EVERY PERSON heard appear at the time and and be speller list before i I
Mnos 0 trek top. Char kns pM r Road 200. located- having any Interest place above specified.
sub not "Hulrt" "DM sins *... .
fits* Section 38010 In Starke whatever In the enactment Dated this 13th day of =
r Iwhrst./ MIMI rid eats ends. h from SLD MP 6.473 to SID of this proposed ordinance November 1979. FISH FRV AND SING SETA

9, ...P... w MP 6.548. recommendedto should appear BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
Ye f4aq ear Sr dZ prohibit parking on and be heard at the time OF free fish fry and chicken pilau

Mt..lwl/m.pi IMM/ rnrstii,, .Mr,.. RIght-of-Way Eat Side, and place herein BRADFORD COUNTY, dinner has been planned for Saturday -
fen*41-tirdl-MlSMHMIIMM4I ,, ".. 91179. prescribed. FLORIDA.BY Nov. 17 beginning at 8 p.m. The
III TflM| urr I e Bradford County BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS : /s/Gllbert S. 'events will be held at the New River

TRG .i ,1 Road 30O located- BRAD- Brown, Clerk/ of Sold New Congregational Methodist
; ,
Mv are will. .nt.II AU l n&KSSSr e t Section 28010 'In Stark. FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Board. Church.A .
.. =i from SLD MP 7.004 to SLD /./BY: Gilbert S, 11/15 2tchg 11/22. gospel sing set to begin at 7:30:
$69822 MP 7.106 recommendedto Brown Clerk
p.m. will feature the Family of God
prohibit parking' Itchg 11/15.
fun a Ie/e Singers. Cedar Creek. Quartet and
RIght-of-Way. Wet Side
IN THE CIRCUIT The Gospel Echoes.
911.79.On .
New River New
Stunning Diningroom of the recommendation Director Rood NOTICE OF HEARINGON BRADFORD FLORIDA COUNTY. Methodist Church is located on SR 125
Operation, the above AND .- out of Lawtey.
;" ""a V > by lelBroyhS _. traffic and speed regulation OF UNUSED PLATTED Civil Action Case No.
< M! Ismnts .
ibis .
;; were determined 79-324. e::! 2 1: : : : 2 : .08 :- ?= : "
toCointiuclrtrftK .hrdwaNs.. CROSBY
be -
to reasonable' and
inti vaaren willi, ema"lessuedPecns LAKE SHORES SUBDIVISION '- 'In re the marriage' of
6-tv t ,...11I. tear '''.' MOM! of necessary the. upon the boils AS PER PLAT WALTER E. HOUOWAY.
i:, tests. ,hutch KM.Iw*afar. arks" old engineering and THEREOF RECORDED IN husband and MARTHA L.
0 "HIM, ... and traffic Investigation; PLAT BOOK t 2. PAGE 17, HOLLOWAY; wile.NOTICE' BROOKERIN

.' therefore authority given by was the. OF THE PUBLIC RECORDSOF OF
.. :
...-,_"*or.'.... r.nrMi establishment Secretory for of the FLORIDA ALL LYING TO: MARTHA L.

--.ervr-.."sw.......... ,u.r..... and the. placing of some the. 24 AND and BEING 25. TOWNSHIP IN SECTION 6 Main HOLLOWAY, Albany, 1301, Indiana East Jeanette Prescott ;'
JAU Phone
proper marking 47130.
LH PlfCES eIII"a a* Indicated; otto EAST. YOU ARE NOTIFIED' American Co-Op Meets with
.for... Farmers
elimination of .
ear that :
i :0: eoru TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN an action for
... $658P5WILL sting control where this : dissolution of marriage The American Coop of this area,
.-.- -...... I I. Indicated. YOU will take notice ha been filed and you \with headquarters In Lake Butler, ..
Larry K. CfDell. DEPU: met with farmers and
that In accordance with or. required to serve a other officials;
TY SECRETARY FOR AD- the. oravlsiana of Section' copy of your writtendefenses. Tuesday Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the

k It win TAKE OFF THE CHILL .. ,f. ,MINISTRATION.11/19.' Itchg 336.09 through 336.12 If any, to Brooker Elementary School
Florida' Statute*, a public RICHARD E. WELTY At. auditorium, to discuss moving the Co*
QUIETLY INEXPENSIVELY hearing will be held by torney for Petitioner, op from'Lake Butler to the Farmers
the Board of County, whose address le I Post ,Market here In Brooker .
J NOTICE OP INTENT TO Commissioners of Brad- Office Box 993, 934 Bob Allen market manager of-*
; ,CONSIDER THE ADOPTION ford County. Florida. In North Temple Avenue Bradford County, introduce*
OF AN OR. the County Commissioner Stark.. Florida 32091 everyone and approved the move and
I '.i": ; I .I CHNANCB ESTABLISHING *Courtroom In the and file the original with topics at hand. Logan
'," .,............J.L'J., I LEGAL HOURS FOR SALE Bradford County Cour the. clerk of the above- Fink, Union County's Agriculture
r .11>d< ,."- styled court before
"' I OP ALCOHOLIC Mouse In Stork.. Florida'on on er Director was
:BEVERAGES Monday. December 3, December, 3, 1979
t' lli NTyt11:1 ( p IN THE Leroy Addison president of
.A. : :""", UNINCORPORATEDAREA 1979. OF BRADFORD the petition of J.J. will be entered against' of the spoke of the advantage -
COUNTY.FLORIDA AND WOLBERT a* Attorney yaw for the relief having the
U HO WATTS PROVIDING FOR AN EF- for HAZEL PALUK. JOE S. demanded In e... ".... their Coop produce., instead of'Individuals selling
ribbon foM- ton.WITNESS
1SOO WATTSInstant They are to hold
Down TO: ALL CITIZENS.TAXPAYERS and MARSHALL and my hand and a meeting Tuesday -
metal. .cerrymg.. tHMMte. child proof ribbon' element' *. told- AND OTHER JESSIE STARLING the. teal of this Court on ,Dec.4.to give the farmers in this
"' $OC95 doom cenTftrtfl handle, child proof '. INTERESTED PERSONS. freeholders, which petition the. 26th day of October, area a chance to Join the bop and
Z meMgrM.Mm $ YOU AND EACH OF wo spread upon the. 1979. determine If enough farmers want to
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I iT YOU or* hereby and minute of a mooting of Gilbert S. Brown Aa plant crops to make it pay for the Coop
;: I herewith given nottea In aid Board of County Clerk of the Court I,,: to be over them.

;: -, -,. accordance with Section Commissioner held on Beufan," Moody Deputy U you have any Interest In farming,
-- 1 jl 125.66. Florida Statute November. 5, 1979 requesting Clerk. you are urged to attend.
j that the Board ofComoftI.OMrs County the. cold Board 11/1 4tchg 11/22.
I DmtU of Brad close. and obondon the Brooker Baptist Church
GUAtAMTKLAZ ford County Florida at aregular unused platted treel Memben oC Brooker' Baptist
r meeting to be .hereinafter described Church: .gathered at Huckleberry
i t w N i28 S. hold at 10:00: A M. 'm the. and renounce end TJii Flata, Friday night from I pm7to!
l' .. Walnut St., Starke, Ha. County Commission' disclaim any right of about 10 p.m.or a weiner roast and a
I CSOV Meeting Room/Bradford Bradford County, lot of good Christian Fellowship.
I faebw a .llb7..t .+'Rytf J'County Courthouse Florida,and the public hi ilJ iiiiitfil.t About participated In the singing
I ''Stark. Florida on Monday and to ttte. land lying and festivities and all had a very enjoyable .
I ..r December 3. 1979 within' cold portion of outing. '

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NOTICE OF persons having May Frlpp Powell IN _c .cuw COW"
INHNIIONTOREGtSTt claim or demand deceased.. The agolntt' tho+ estate ore ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL tho right to waive lnf rmaHtlet IN THI BBABfOWO CIRCUIT COUNTY. COURT THIS NOTICE to file any under the. flan nomo of that on action for the IN AND FOR
FICTITIOUS required. WITHIN THREE REPRESENTATIVE 'In any bid end to FOR obectlon| they may "WILSON'S' FRAMINO.Rt. Adoption hot boon Mod BRADFORD COUNTY f
NAME MONTHS FROM THC : accept any bid which .It FLORIDA. hove that challenge: the 2. los SEW Storke, and you are required to FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION. ,
DATE Of THE FIRST Hardy. '.0. considers bo in'It*best. DIVISION' Plla NO.7968CP. validity of the. Decedent Flo. :33091. .Intend to serve C copy of your COMMUNITY STATE

Pursuonte Section PUBLICATION OF THIS Odl.yt0 Starke. 'Interest and to reject In ESTATE. OF -* Will the qualification register told tkttltou written detente II any, BANK OF STAINS PlatotHI ,
863.09, Florida Statutes, NOTICE to file with the Florida 32091. any and oil. bid, re: LILLY of the Personal, nomo under the provisions to It on petitioner' at- vs JOSEPH W. WHIT ,
notice 'Is hereby given clerk' of tha above court .phon. : A (limit of three. set*ol J. JOHNSON.NOTICt Deceased.OFADMINISTRATION Representative. or the. of oloraioldstatute. torney. whole Home and n( and LAJUAN WHIT'
that tho undartignad a written, statement ol 904/964-S701. I)/5 2lchg Plan and Specification' venue or |urldlcflon of address ,It J.1. WOLBERT. UC his wits Defendonts. '
Lloyd W. Gllpln 604 any claim or demand 11/13. may bo secured by TO All PERSONS MAV. the Court. Joseph .. WU..". JR. P.O. BOX 1086 ;
Milton Terrace, SIo...., they may have. Each general contractor only ALL CLAIMS, owner. STARKE. FLORIDA 33091, Cote No. 79-27S )
>>la. ;120.,. doing claim must bo In writing ADVERTISEMENT AND from Iho oHlco ol tho Architect INO CLAIMS AGAINST OR DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Dated this Bih day of on or before December" NOTICE
'butlnei' under tho firm and must Indicate the INVITATION TO BID by depositing DEMANDS AND THC NOT SO FILED November A,0. 197 In' 20. 1979. and file the OPSAU
name of "L RORYWALL. basis for the claim, the legal HaIku U I hereby therewith Twentyflvo A.OVIISTATI OTHER PERSONS ALL INTERESTED WILL BC FOREVER EAR Bradford County. II/S original with the clerk of Nona IS gtv*. that
604 Milton' name and oddrest .. the given' lhat Sealed bid ($25.00)) dollars for ooch THE ESTATE RED 4tpd 1129.IN this court either before pursuant to e final. |udg-<
Terrace, Starko, Flo.' creditor of hi* agent ot.tton. will be received' by IhoSuwannee rat The deposit from YOU IN HEREBY: Date ol th. lint service on petitioner's' mont dated October II,
>320., 'Intendt to .,, and tho River general contractors will' NOTIFIED ARE that ttto. administration publication of slits Notice THE CIRCUIT COUNT attorney or Immediately 1979, .In Cee N*. 1?'
.register sold fictitious amount claimed. H tho Economic Council. live bo refunded upon sub of the of Administration: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT thereafter otherwise' a 79-27S-CA of the drxull. i
name under the provllenc '- claim' I'I not yet duo, tho Oak. Florida. until 3:00: mission of a bone tide estate of LILLY J. November, 1979 OF FLORIDA IN Judgement will be Court ol the .!alh f'
of aforesaid data when It will become P.M. EST on December bid and return of sold JOHNSON /(/JoJIn R. Klltoron.. As AND FOR BRADFORD entered for the relief., Judicial Orcult ,In and.for !h
.ptofu,.. duo shall bo stated. If II, 1979, at which time Plan and Specification File Number 7-6B-CP.deceased,It Personal. Representative COUNTY.. demanded In the. petition. Bradford County.
Lloyd W. Gllpln.owner. tha claim' contingent or all bid will be publicly In good condition within pending In the Circuit, ol the. Estate of LILLY J. CIVIL. ACTIONIn Florida to which COMMUNITY
unliquidated, the natureof opened and rood aloud 14 doyt after opening' ol Court for Bradford County. JOHNSON Deceased.ATTORNEY Ro: The Matter of. WITNESS my hand and STATE BANK OP
Dated thlt 25thdap ofOctober. the uncertainty shall In tho otflco of DempoPaluxxl bids Florida. Probate DM.- FOR PERSONAL the Adoption of the tool of said Court on STARES Is the PfoMMf '
AD. 1979 In. bo staled) If the claim I II 8 Vyvorborg. Architect Bidder 0,. particularly lion. the address of REPRESENTATIVE BRANDEE JANAY November *. 1979. and JOSEPH W. WHITTU \,! .
Bradford County 10/2) secured tho security *, Inc. 4131 NW 13 ( advised of the follow. which I Ia Bradford : Dudley P. Hardy MOODY. Gilbert S. Brown, and LAJUAN WHfTTUL 1
'4fpd 11/1$. shall be described.: The St. Sulla 206/108. Ing requirement! Courtheute, Stark County' Esquire. Post Office Ceto No. 79.,... Clerk ol the Court. his wife. ore the. Dstm '
claimant shall deliver Gainesville.' Florida for 1. Fund ore being Florida 32091. The Drawer 1030, Star... NOTRE OF SUIT ByitTona: | Hodges, dents I will sell. to lhaS5S >. II',
r. sufficient copies of the tho furnishing' oil supplied by tho Federal' anal I representative per of Florida 32091.9OoI,68.11182tchg. NO PROPERTYTO A* Deputy Clerk. highest and best bidder I
IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT clolm to tho clerk to materials' 'labor, and Government which .requires the oslato I II John R. : Ko herin. Moody tillS 4tchg 13/6. for cash at the East door

'FOR BRADFORD COUNTY enable. the dork to wall equipment necessary for strict 'UII_. whose address 11/13. Rout 10. Bon 'I8&-A, SIIOBIS>>M***SIS>>I>S BBB B>*S*tl****>aBMSaB>> Of tho Bradford Countp'I I
FLORIDA PROBATE one copy to each Pea the addition end maintenance of certain, I Is 271 S. Orange Street, Petersburg, Virginia' IN THE CIRCUIT Courthouse 'In .
DIVISION fri.: NO.: anal Representative1. renovations to R.J... Leo "record . S"".. Florida' 32091. YOU ARE HEREBY COURT. EIGHTH County .ta..... Florida :'f
<79-69-CPl-3l64)( ). All person Interested School Starko. Florida. 2. All mechanic and The none and address el h NOTICE OF PUBLIC NOTIFIED' Ih6t an action JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF between II 00 A.M. anal 'I
'in tha estate to whom a These renovation shallbo laborer employed on HEARING, 13 "Moon November.
In ,.: ESTATE OF MAY tho .personal". representative's : for the Adoption of FLORIDA IN AND on
FRIPP POWELL Deceas copy of this Notke ol Administration mad lo convert ono thl* protect must bo paid attorney ere sat Tho District III Mantel' Brandoa Janay Moody a FOR BRADFORD 23. 197 tho following I
ed. ha I been wing' Into a Sonlor' not I... than certain, forth below: Health Board. Inc.. will minor' hat been filed COUNTY described reel. Prop.rtyr :'
NOTICE OF moiled/ ..,. required, Clllian C.",.". The Ins minimum wages a* All person having hold a public .hearing In agalntt you and you ore
WITHIN THREE MONTHS formation for determined' by tho The East H of the. .
ADMINISTRATIONTO Bidden claim' or demands the meeting room of the required lo save, a copy Civil' Action No. 79-S48.
ALL PERSONS HAV. FROM THE DATE OF THE Drawing and Specification Secretory of labor 'In accordance against the estate are Bradford County School of your written detente.. In re the marriage ol following datcrlbad'''
ING CLAIMS OR FIRST PUBLICATION OF and other contract with the Dovls- required WITHIN THREE Board office, 583 North "It any to It. on the plaintiff TIMOTHY GRIFFIN husband parcel' ,11 land: COM.
DEMANDS AGAINST THE THIS NOTICE to file any document may be examined Bacon Act. 11/13 2tchg MONTHS PROM THE Temple Avenue, Stork, 't attorney whose and KATHERINE W. MENCE at the NW. car-
,ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL objections th.y may al tho following' 11/23. DATE OF THC FIRST Florida beginning' at 7:00: name and odd,... I* GRIFFIN' WI).. nor of the SW V. of SEV4
OTHER PERSONS IN. hove that challenges the placa: ((1)) Office of the i PUBLICATION OF THIS '.M. on November 11. George H. Pierce. P O. NOTICEOF of Section 27. Township
TERESTED THE ESTATE: validllV'of she Dece Architect. ((2)) Mid-Stat. NOTICC. to file with, the 1970. The purpose of this Drawer 1030 Starko, SUIT South Range 22 Eatt.Bradford .
YOU 'ARE HEREBY dent' Will the qualification Builder Exchange, NOTICE OFINTENTION clerk ol she. above courtS haarlng It lo create a Florida 33091. and file NO PROPERTYTO County
NOTIFIED that the ads of the Personal Gainesville' Fl. ((3)) F W written statement of forum for private the original with the : (KATHERINE W. GRIP Florida and run S 01 dog
.ministration' of tho Representative, or thevenue Dodge Plan Room TO REGISTER S any claim or )demand Citizens elected offlclol clerk of rte above styled' IS min 40 sac C along the
.",o,. of May Frlpp or jurisdiction of Jacksonville. Fl.' FICTITIOUS they may' have... Loch ., consumers of (orvlco touron or before FINYOU. ARE NOTIFIED Watt lino of said SW Aol
Powell deceased. File the Court. Any bid received' after NAME claim must bo In writing or oth.rto December 10, 1979. that an action lot SE Vi a distance ol
Number; 79.69-CP, I. ALL CLAIMS. the specified time and and must Indicate the enhance tho exchange ft otherwise a |judgment dissolution of marriage 2I.7S feet to the South
pending in the Circuit' DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS date will net bo con Pursuant to Section boils for tho claim, the Information and give all may bo entered against hat been tiled against right-of-way line of ...-
Court for Bradford County. NOT SO FILED sidered. 869.09 Florida Statutes.Mlk. home and address of the Interested' person a you for the relief' you (Catherine' W. Griffin sent Road and the Point
Florida Probate Division WILL BE OREVER BARRED Each bid must be accompanied I Is hereby given creditor attic agent or voice 'In decisions affecting demanded In the complaint odd,... unknown ol Beginning: Thence
the addras* ol by a certified that the undersigned attorney and the the delivery ol community or petition. and you are required to continue S 01 dog IS min .
Willie C. ,_ 41* E. '
Dato of the firstpublication check, cashier' check 40 C distance
which I. Bradford or mental hoollh WITNESS hand and servo of sac a
County amount claimed. II the : my a copy your
CourthouSa, Sfork., of this Notice bid bond In the amountof Call St.. Slarke. Flo. claim I h not yet duo, tha and alcoholism/ services.Tha the teal of told Court onNav.mbet' written defenses If any 216.00ear; thence run S .
Florida 32091. Th. personal of Administration' : 5% of the bate bid o. 32091 doing business data when It will become District Board If a.Mica's 9, 1979.Gilbert to It. on the plaintiff attorney 89 deg 24 min 20 sec Eo.,
November 8, 1979. guarantee that the bidder under the fine name of distance of 346 fat
representative of duo shall be toted. II group responslbla .. Brawn AtClark whose name and
/t/Gearge H. .rc.. If awarded the contract "STARKE SHOE REPAIR for a IS thence run N 01 deg IS '
tho estate I.I Gaorge H. the claim I is contingent or, county area of said Court. address 'It Dudley P. Hardy
Pierce' William' C. At Personal Representative will within ten ((10)) 416 C. Call St., Starke. unliquidated' tho natureof and needs the 'Input of BytBeuloh: M. Esquire, Pierce 4 min 40 toe W a distance
,Powell and J. Huston Me; of the Estata of consecutive days alter Flo. 32091.. Inlands toregister the uncertainty hall any end all persons 'In. Moody At Deputy Clerk Hardy P.A. P.O. "ol 316.00. fNto told'
Clan., who. address "It May Frlpp Powell being given such award sold llctltlou' bo stated If the claim Is tested In "It. planning 'lit 4tchg 1129.IN Drawer 1030. STARKI, south right of way of
I Deceased. enter Into a written contract name under.the provisions and coordinating role Bessent Road thencerun .
(respectively' ) 706 Gene secured, tho security FLA. 33091 and file the '
Dr., 118 n. Walnut St. /s/Wllllom C. Powell with/ tho Owner In ol aforesaid hall be described. The CIRCUIT original with the clerk of N 80 deg 34 min 20
as Personal Representative accordance with the accepted statute.WIllie tec West a distance of
'and 32' N.'Myrtle-St.- claimant shall deliver the above styled court on J
of tho ostata of bid. C. Brown 346 feet to the '.0.B.as .
Florida before December 14
Starka. 33091. sufficient copies of the NOTICE OF OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL or ,
The name and odd,.. of May Frlpp Powell No b'dd.r'mal'' owner Doted this lit ofNovember. claim to the clerk to 'INTENTIONTO CIRCUIT 'IN AND FOR 1979 otherwise a ludg.meat .
the deceased. withdraw his' bid 'for a day be entered set forth 'In the.order ;
: personal represen enable the clerk to mall REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY. may
/s/J. Huston McClone.o. period of' thirty days ((30)) A.D. 1979 'In of final f judgment.
tative's attorney 0'. set Bradford 11/1 ono copy to each ,.,. FICTITIOUS' FLORIDA. against you for the relief
forth below: Personal Representative days otter the data tot' County.. tonal ..".....nlO"vo.All NAME 'In ReThe Adoption of demanded 'In the complaint Dated 11/1/79.
of the ." 0" of for the bid opening 4tpd 1122.WADEI. parson interested LAURA JEANNE PERRY. or petition. GILBERT S. BROWN

I . In tho estate to whom Pursuant to Section BY: RENE GARCIA, WITNESS my hand and CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
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mj? .. : .1' \ \ [: :@\ copy of this Notice of Administration B65.0*. Florida Statute. HER STEP FATHER. the seal of this Court anNovember COURT BY Beulah.

........; : ...DEim.HEG.. ." CHOKER. ....'......, ha. been notIce' ll hereby gIven Cote No. 79.346. 9. 1979 Moody. 'Deputy Clerk.Data .
: e@ltU' :..:'....:...;...;.'."..:' :'.:.'.:..'.:'.:..':..'.'.:'.:. .:.::. mailed ore required. that the undersigned NOTICE OF ACTION GILBERT S. BROWN. At of of tho firstpulollcaKon 1
:1 t nn 8' .U"I"l'0"1'1' 0" C.0. N'11I' "n" WITHIN THREE MONTHS Joseph E. Wilson, Rt. 1, TO: Mr. Charlet Perry Clerk of the Court By: this Notice
:Ia/4 G :.:.:.iii.:.:. .:). "::. . .... .. ....... .. . .;::jti.; :.;.:::.: FROM THE DATE OF THE Box Saw, Storko, Flo. P.O. Box 337 Sandoval Tonja Hodges. At Deputy of Sole I II November 5. (
; Reg, R'eal'' Estate Broker Ult} 'Illlnolt 63882. Clark' 1979 'In the Bradford J
11/IS4tchg' 12/6. County Telegraph '11/8 C

; ,301 North Trail Motel LaWtey ... .. .. ... ......-. .. ---- ---- - 2tcha 11/tS, !
40 ACRES'50,000 .rirP.-, rrr..r .. .. -- -"..-,. .. .. -- -_c-rr/-c4- .C0wrrrf-TIT.CQ/.r.4'.1./.Ef'SGGEQ.QILIirJ: 1 :

Office 7823931INEZ Home 782-3896 1

I. STARLING Attoclote. Era 7(3-3004 1/4 Mile frontage Hwy 301

"JBR. FRB J Ac I**.000. .RE.At ESTAtE O j joJ

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''Watch JBR. Stucco
SIR CB. 1.3 Ac $20.000. :.*.*f. **. & : : ::;:nz-wn. '. ...... ...;. ..... .t:(::'MSrRobcrts; =::: crwillc .
This Space I err
Small Acr..g. far Homes '
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( Trailer.Lew On. ,.,. l RCa

3 5R. 2IA. CB, CM/A FPt( .10 Ac..'Shd.$20,000FM Qrnu :
20 Ac. ,..tur. S40.000 ,, S06S ''B 1
RM. 1.800 .". H. on I REHLTY230S :
.10 Ac. Fenced SIB,000 A
Ac. $54.000.3SR. 1 Estate PHONE 964.7776 ,
All .acreege 10% t. 20% 'TLS MI'eal. CECILIA
yr. 205 N.
2 8A..CB. CH/A 1.30 Templar Stark. ,rr ,
Ai Shady S44.500. to |IS yr. to pay. 964.7828 986 N. TempleNew REALTY I'


'H. ..VA.. 8 Conv. Flnenclng' Avollebte Phone 944-/700 SEE US TODAY FOR VA/FHA B CONVENTIONAL
listings 393 N.Temple Avenue FINANCING'

RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE 28R. 18, LR DR. '1. Frame, on .,pro.. 2 acre, elf COMMERCIAL A INCOME PROPERTY t t
SR "W." good buy Mini Storage IS unit. 600... ft. office .,.c..lth.e.: 10 ecret lewtey area1.I 'n.r
964.8788 fro let.Versatilebuildings. SPECIAL

2305 N.'Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) JIR. 1*. FR. LR, DR. CB construction' In town very .. en Hwy 301 N with over 200' Iron- acres on SR 1001. We ere proud to offer e new concrete block BR 2 Bhome i
[B "''c.,' ,.._obI priced. toga with office .p... SOS legion' Terrece at the law 1 low price I

Washington' St. Lot with building,l A chain link 31, 2 Bath, Frame, nice 0'. . ............... . . .$2*,000. _

Lake lutl.,. 2 BR, IB, LR. DR. CM/A seme eppllence fence-115,000. she lot. I'
Better Interest Rates Are Coming *. CB construction. Hwy,301Npprat.2acr.withCIMma.ewnerlina. Country living on ana acre Reed 16 W Concrete !
ed. 3 I .It. near scke '1. block horn. with two bedrooms, one both. cerpert. '

f Bradford County! lewtey, 2BR IB. great ram H/A, petle' fence Mobile Homo Park,for ..1.. Mortgage appro $18,000 monthly pay. $149.$24.000.

.,po..1 ocro lot, almost' new, Very nice' I IJBR. A frame, I acre 'In country,.
MATURE OF THE WEEK off B.,,'.'. Hlghwey.
A lew .months from now ,many qualified' buyers will I 1/. LR. DR. FR. CH/A g.,..., en SR237, en 10 acre with, 3 BR, 2 Nth C/B .homo, CHAA. chain link
have on to buy build home fenced yard fruit tree, leveret fenced A
opportunity or el a lower Interest appro.4 .c,... many pecan ivenlngti PI... celfVermo
,rate than they/ or. likely' to see again Thl rate will cress-lanced pasture. 2 mall boms. Terms. NEW LISTINGS
Odom Broken
b. available for a limited period of time I IIf I Graham area, I and. 2 acre ,lets on greded read terms GRI. Phone. .....547. I. let No. 4 Butler Court $3990.
/ you hova b..n thinking of building NOW IS THE TIME available.' Mobile' Home on I oc,.. $13,300 Term 2. Brewnlee' Rd. home A 8 acres-S30,000. 1st "mtg.
'....771' (23,000-'%- will.... 2nd '
lo g.t the ball, rolling) WE HAVE OVER 100 BUIIOING' .93 acres 12000. Peer Andrew .weer mtg.
SITES IN SEVERAL LOCATIONSI! At recent rate. of Saratoga Height 3 BR,. 28, LI, FR. Flrepteco. Kitchen- 31 bedroom I b.th... I acre, nice tree*. 17,500. Term I. G, Dell 947591I 3. House B 2 acres off Rd. IIS 3181"S. KADR.: LR, gas .heat,

Increope-;|he homo you.build for $40.000 today will b. Dining combo. 3 BR, I Beth on city lab lanced. 13,900. A/C barn, storage house.lenced-24,900
worth over $50,000 In 2 years!t., 2% acre 2 BR 1 Beth 19.500. 4.6'/r prime acres |lust oft Rd. 22[.

Call today ., information is, 'FREE"I I Lake Butler r .Investment opportunity, 3 rental unit plus 3 let In city' paved (...... ".500. excellent terms. I
land. Mobile.. home I2s63' ,2 BR 2 bath, with 3 outbuildings' I FEATUREI.House
Office Hoursi;; Mon.-Prt. ;* am- -to.;;;; nice' 'screen porch en ....t.I) lot or could buy let .1... beautifulV1. year old. r (ust outside city limit. f
one acre luvurlou 3 BR 38 Has everything I f
JotJ-J2iEvei.il. Suiub.X 3BR. 25. Brick, outside, city on 100300 H. lot, CM/A neat
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a. a pin' SR 230 east 100x100 lot 'Iqw0ld, d'"bunef..4ee1.' r; 2. Heme lor all reason* t2 prime acre* 3 BR 1B CHAA Rd.23S .
Lr ..., 't : consider' selling 10 acre* ., .House 12 acres "'.100
CVSNINGSittalaJl ,
.11.3 I. LI. PR;DR. Breakfast room CN/A-Lev.ly home ACREAGE a tot.I. .
P.ryes > Realtor Lillian C. Pearson Hwy lOOW-Beevtlfui, 79 ecre. only $1,000.; per acre 3. IMMACULATE 3 BR :2 B CHAA etlechod gerege best

'9u. .42M. Brek.r.l.sm.nWrya.1 W acre., mostly floored.* paved road frentege. Union very good.,...*. neighborhood SVU mortgage con be essumod owner
Dougla. .' County between Raiferd, and lake Butler S acre posture 'lend high' A dry term Broker-owner. CO5k31E111T11Y114.Ouistendl will take second -"..... _
A Office Manager j .
Brvker/Selesman. -. J. I* ecre pasture lend, high .A dry terms, broker.SO .Iewner 4 B* 2 B brick "home 18 acres on Rd. 12$.

h. NWf 93 ......318 Very nice t ...'28. CB, 'en paved .reed e....,.! heat and Home with many outre* end room for horses.OWNiSilNAffCJOj. .
r air, Crystal leko homo sites.. r< i'. sc;..; Marion County Owner '''._.... .
David' C. Pyalw Jude Moody Vkkl Powell, .*ecre*. Hwy 311 good. .lend I la ,..tv... 2.700 per oc,.. 301. LARGE bldg V4 ace next to Bredferd Motel.Comer .

Acacla. .AssociateAssociate. ., 8%! acre of lend oM Fortytfi Reed no Imprgood .._. __, J'/V acre.. OrlMIs' lap ".000 with. well' owner flnencJ. 301 A Prett-Beet .lecetlen old Standard I..$.... .
468-122S fU-"' 964-6843 lend.IBR .20 acne prime' cemmerclel-301N-1. A each side' 301.
I 3.ecre, Mempton ..... Include well optic tight pole. .Greet property across from Holiday,, INN. Versetllel.

'11. framer vary, ..Ie.. 2 frame out building double terns*. t '13 acres. :301 A Mergen Rd. $39.0.
CB garage recently built, CB office with AC on 1.7 A ,.. HOMES Hampton Oaks let 3S-$7800-pretty taut.
;FOR YOUR REAL' STATcNEEO'S''IN13RA outside... city 318,1 Shah CB.:wtMi workshop A_rente! cottage or will .6.16 acres on GriHIs' loop If........., SIO.SOO..
':" tall (.,.,...Iy. Term Store A ape en 30I-S37.500. Leak till 1. ever)

F'OAD COUNTY CALL s COMMItCIAl-101' north ;with Building.18R '. 'eshgat.-251. I Bern, famIly roam. carpet, A/C unit, 70001 "'q- H. CB bldg.. en ... 1... Greet ........of.
1' nice Carnet Iet. S2I.SOO. Term r. .Best aelghberlieed-Bemeat .".-'''''. let under 16.....

I BILL POWELLREALESTATE ," 1B LR,DI. ...;..I.-4fj.,...... ..'...,CH/A. onJ I BR, I Beth C*..clean A aaa-25,000. C/HAA. w/w .3 Country: Club let I oc.. ..ckJ110$5..d,.
acre*. almost! now, and spelled, *, ell SR I*. carpel, excellent term Largo ..... to""" .. 381 $70.00 good cost How,
: Hampton, 31. 1 Nth en :3 ecre* wtttt illsk. r Lake St. Ocole block, *_-.....(.$ .*... Co* ........... I,
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1,240 Present Sunday to Dedicate New BHft WgfJKLY CALENDAR

?** itb'November* T'

Auditorium at Pine Level ChurchA I I ..... -Z;,.S p..... LAST$4Y of the school year to order and par for ;
1U7HO Yearbooks. Dolores Meng Glenn Fieee celebrated hU 7th birthday
total of 140 people were present Church who marched through to seethe Frhta. *. November U I! : Phone 4M-19IS Nor. 13.
for the service: last Sunday as a new new auditorium. .:" a.m. J:M p.... FOOTBALL' TICKETS on Sale In the Finance Office.
auditorium was dedicated by the In addition to the many visitors r : Senior CKIfent Hampton Lake News
pastor and members of Pine Level from the local area there were I:SS p.m. VARSITY FCOTB.ALL- The Tornadoes face the,Bulldogs/ of The Hampton Senior Citizens will Arthritis Fowl
Baptist Church. visitors from all over Florida ai well Live Oak In their last gamejjifthe year. f 1 I! meet Friday Nov. IS at 2 p.m. Those Mrs. Anna Clayton is accepting :;.
The service consisted of congregatlonal as guests from Texas New ork, { having November birthday will be donations on behalf of the Arthritis :;
singing special music Maine, Georgia Arkansas Califor Monday November | | honored. Interested older citizens Foundation. :
introduction of guests, presentation of, nia. Mexico, Canada, Peru and and EXAMS are Invited.
Brazil. 2nd, 4th, 6th periods SIX WEEKS j| '
American and Christian flags a Happy Birthdaywho ;
and Pastor Alvarez and the members of Birthday to Andria Fenton
dedication prayer a message by Ladles Council :
the pastor Roman Alvarez entitled, Pine Level Baptist Church express Tuesday,November ; (*'I'! : The Ladles Council of the Hampton .is C years old today Nov. 15. She '
"What Mean Ye By These Stones?" their gratitude to their many friends lit, 3rd and Sth periods SIX WEEKS EXAMS I: "I\ Christian Church held their meeting plans a celebration Friday night with ,
who helped make the day a great day Nov. 9 at the home of Mrs Ruth Den- some classmates.. They will share a :.
One of the highlights of the service of victory and blessing and an Wednesday Thursday and Friday' nison. Bible study and fellowship Tweety-bird' cake, ice cream and
was a parade which consisted of 325 Invitation to all to visit exT Ice November 21, Zl and 23 j i I' were enjoyed. Refreshments of cake hot dogs and spend the night. :
and who were in Children's at time. THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS '
boys girls any < coffee and Iced tea were served by the
I hostess. Happy Anniversary
Starke First Applies For Tuesday,W .....y.Friday and Saturday ]I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng celebratedtheir
Baptist Permit Nov. ZOo 21. 23 and 24 Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament In Green Condolence 33rd Wedding Anniversary Nov. ;'
I Cove Springs. a i Sincere sympathy is extended to the 9. They enjoyed a seafood dinner In :
To Build F'M- Radio StationThe i', family of Walter Rhoden whose wife Ocala that evening. :
I .
Peggy died suddenly at her home
I I Nov. 13. Newlyweds Honored ':
Starke First Baptist Church from the community will be asked to Old Fashion Day Sunday at First Assembly of God Lawrence and Teresa Meng were :.'
has finished the requirements for filIng give dally devotions. All worship ser Recuperating honored at a chicken bar-b-que dinner
an application with the F.C.C. to vices and the Sunday School I lesson Mrs. JoAnn tloverson returned Sunday at the Francis Meng home.
build an F.M. radio station to be will be broadcast each week. |I Old Fashion Day Sunday. Nov. 18 Members and friends will be attiredin home from Shands Hospital last Among those attending were Teresa's
operated by the church from the The station will operate 5,000.watt will be celebrated at First Assemblyof old fashion dress. Dinner will be Thursday following surgery there. mother and sister Mrs. Yvonne
church facilities. Rev Ben P. Bryantis transmitter with a 150 foot tower at God, corner of Weldon Road and served on the grounds with singing Tom Palidino is undergoing observation Boone and Sandra. All of Lawrence's .
the pastor Rev. Bill Floyd Is 88.3 mghz on the F.M. dial. On'{Sunday SR-16. afterwards. and treatment at the Veterans family were present except his :
Minister of Music and will be the station November 11, Mr. Chuck: Hall Sunday school 10 a m., morning Everyone is welcome to hear the Hospital In Lake City. brother Gerald who is living In "
manager. Mr. E.M. Norton Jr. and Mr.Jim Hughs from the Southern worship 11 ..m. and evening service word of God preached where God actually Sacramento California.
will be the chief engineer of the eta Baptist Radio and Television Commission 5:30: p.m. comes: and talks with the group. Visiting
visited the church and 'gave Mrs. Rose Parsons of Cincinnati Deer. Hunters :.
tionThe station will begin with 45 hoursof advice to the Church Radio Committee Ohio flew in to Jacksonville Tuesdayto Richard and Craig Buhler were successful -
Christian Music Bible study and concerning quality radio I pro- Booh For a Day Program at Library: spend some time with her in bagging a deer early Saturday -
other programs of interest to the gramming.The daughter. Mrs. Lonnie Mellon and near the Santa Fe Cemetery< date for the opening of the eta other members and friends. Fran Meng and Tommy dressed it for
public. There will also be news and "Be With A Book For A Day"a nationwide White House Conference on Libraries family
tion cannot be set until approval for Mrs. Parsons has visited this them.
weather public Information. and support for thee and Information Services .Is surging area
public service programs. Pastors construction comes from the F.C.C. across America with sponsorship many times and will be 93 on Dec. 29. .
Hampton Elementary NewsP.T.A.
". from chief officers of state library .
Back in Hampton Meeting .
agencies. Tonight. Nov. 15. a PTA meeting is
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillips and
Goal of the to
program according held the school at
being at beginning
Barbara Jean moved back to Hampton
Bradford County Library DirectorDan : over the weekend from Lake 7:30.: Results of the recent successful:
Smith .la to all
Carnival will be
Halloween given.
Butler. Mr. Phillips Is presently serv-
Americans to the with
spend day a
Entertainment will be provided by
ing as the Marshal Hampton.
book and to become more aware of students under the direction of their
the nation's libraries, especially during Music Instructor Bill McRae.
the White House conference Nov.
1319.The. Jane Meres had a decorated: cake
for her 10th birthday celebrated Nov. 8choollioliday.
Whitis e House Conference's! Thanksgiving Holidays will be
to develop recommendations for Patricia Jackson turned 5 years old observed by school personnel and
the further improvement of the nation's on Nov. 10. students on Nov. 21. 22 and 231N..w !
libraries and Information
SERVICE centers and their use of the public. Nov.Andy Smith was 11 years old on StudentsNew .
Pick a book and emblem at the II.
up students enrolling on Mondaywere
'County Sid Russell celebrated his 9th birth
Bradford Public Library, day Nov. 12. James Padgett a 1st grader,
I Smith says., Brian Davis had his 8th birthday on and his brother John Padgett in the
As a visual aid over 50,000
Nov. 13: 3rd grade. They formerly attended
emblems depicting the White House school at Interlachen.
I on an open book will be distributed Inall Barbara Jean Phillips who moved
50 states the District of Columbia McCutchen Honored away in the 5th grade is now back In
and the Virgin Islands.. According to
the 7th grade. She has been living in
Frederic J. Glazer director of the Lake Butler.

West Virginia Library Commission By United MethodistL.C.
and originator of the "Be With a
Book" program there are, enough 1st and 2nd graders were given the
McCutchen was honored by the
emblems for each of the 51,168,599families
Otis Lennon Mental Ability Tests on
administrative board of the First
In America. Another way of
stating just how massive the United Methodist. Church at the Nov. Tuesday and Wednesday.

50,000,000 distribution will be Is that 12th meeting.
4+7 He was presented 10 year service LecturerMr.
the one-inch stickers end to
L aLt square
d Drew Reddish of E.I. DuPont
plaque for his efficient and faithful
end would cover 789.14 mile
DeNemours Company visited Mrs.
,a usa service as church custodian by the
board chairman George W. Loper Ernestine Denmark's sixth grade
r ,,baW Jr. and the pastor George L.,Harper.The class on Nov. 7. He showed slides of
YOU his work
Australia and discussed at
plaque was signed by John A.
the mine. He told about the
> company
Torode Chairman of Trustees. The,
\ AUTO \ people he met and the customs of the
Mr. McCutchen stan
//c. The, children werefascinated .
'"( ,"; ding ovation of appreciation.,
-II NOW -."" .-..7--r- iinr-r-v* -, ..rmM ,WMWW with his visit., and"-
."" I' :r. Amy Williams. Tommy Parker
By; 4i METHODISTYOuTH Melissa Williams did research and
Gene RossQ. art work to complete the class
From The I' : bulletin board about Australia.Servicemen .
I have a six-cylinder: ACTIVITIES

1965 Rambler. The engine .
: sometimes runs Thanksgiving Service:
rough but only oc All three youth groups will participate

aciwaii: : ] ] casionall I have, in presenting a Thanksgiving
Worship Service in the sanctuary on Fireman William M.Smith
noticed that when It Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday. Nov. Is Aboard USS Patterson
i begins running rough It 21 at 6:30 p.m.Everyone Navy Hull Maintenance Technician
usually continues that is encouraged to attend. Fireman William M. Smith son of
110 W. Call St. 884-5784 way,until I fill up with Early Meeting Tim*: William U and Sherby J. Smith of
gas again. Could the All three youth groups will meet at 5 Starke, is participating in exercise
I p.m. on Sunday Nov. 18. Snack sup- "Ocean Safari 79".
of the
We Can Print The Job You Need \(hen You Need It. same brand rating of gasoline, ly per meeting will still is be in held order at 6 to p.m.prepare The ear for frigate He is USS a crewmember Patterson homeported aboard the In

I vary+ that much from the Thanksgiving service, Mayport, Fla.; and currently
tank to tank? Worship Service: deployed with NATO'a Standing

We Offer I A. Probably not. But you The intermediate youth group Naval Force Atlantic.
: may get a tank of dirty gaga under the direction of Mrs Carolyn, The Patterson Is 438 feet long and
linn ,intentionally. Good Eaves and assisted by Terry Carver carries a crew of 255 officers and
."u gasoline rarely l I. dirty but presented the monthly youth program enlisted men. Equipped with guns

QUICK PRINTING: Camera Ready Copy Ai A 'Very Reasonable Price. tho rough performance it last Sunday evening. missiles and rockets she can operate
rauaos even if only two,or The
youth preser.ted an enriching independently or as a part of a naval

I ', Ihrio times. A a fuel year filter la distracting ...lImlnntea l- and program about The Lord's canes task force: She .is also outfitted with a
displayed their Mexican landing platform and normally car
rough running
caused by dirty gas but your; glowing in the form of a cross which ries a light helicopter for long range
car: dues not have a filter they made at a recent retreat. Others detection and attack of submarines.
COlE SEE unlesi It Is one of the '65 participating In the program were: smith joined the Navy in July. 1977.
Ramblers with Carter Len Eaves Donna Thornton Kelli
._ r"'Oo.I"O._.. ", ..... ..... ._ __ buretor. They a have filters car Carver. Todd Denton and Jenifer SP4 Steven llankerson
attached right at the rr- Johns. In Infantry in Texas
Brochures Fonns' buretor. If your 'Is one'101 Candles Bells and Plaques: Spec. 4 Steven Hankerson son of
0 those without a filter by nil Be sure to support the youth by purchasing Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hankerson. Jr.,
mean get one It Installs one of the bisque porcelain Rt. 2. Starke. recently was assignedas
u easily]' I hand painted bells and plaques or infantryman with the 41st Infan-

e Envelopes .; NCR CarbonlessForms Automotive Parts Center candles which they are selling for try at Fort Hood. Texas.
.' .,'. .: I Christmas. If you have not been contacted He entered the Army in December
r Starke call the church office. 1976. I
s Don Denton Hankerson Is a 1976 graduate of.
Letterheads Youth Director Bradford High School.

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W ?+ t three schools from TV-fa II viewing area In northern Florida and
southern Georgia participate In fa t-
U I ; paced game and skill ....rdll.... All

I the games are designed to encourage
AR reading mathematics, science, and I"
-'t t il social: study skills. Each studentreceived
certificate for partirlpa-
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Starke Elementary News Guest Missionary tI

vJ p FOR Y holidays will be Nov. Mrs. Tetatone of her I

; writers. She is especially proud of To Speak Sundayat
1' NEW RULES Winners of two or more turkeys may participate In the March of Dimes mini walk-a- Scot Allen, Lisa Brown Kenny i

contest but they and. their families are Ineligible to receive prizes. ( will be held Tuesday, Nov.20 at 1 DeSue Tommy Balkcom; Freddy
The walk-a-thon will take place Cain, Vickie McFarlane! Sean Sup Calvary Baptist
BUS track near Starke Elemen- sky, Robert Hankerson, Johnny Sieg-
THfINKSGIVINGOb : The students in Kindergarten mund, J.J. Burch, Monique Banks ,
third grade will be asking and Truin Blve. Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus speak In ,
to sponsor them for the walk-. Mrs Sexton's and Mrs. Dobbins' the 11 a.m. service Sunday Nov. 18, '
4th grade class presented Dewey at Calvary Baptist Church on
'folks hrl.t |> .|tU___ Its tkt tl.. if ft.r f. I'M O fair pas Title I Advisory Committee will Williams with a special cake in honorof Madison and Cherry Streets in I
Monday Nov. 19 at 7 All his winning the local and zone Starke. f
S. try fur hat at this. itrtRkU |... ,.-'lit ra nmtMiir tkb "tr rtsfrt wH .n MMOMII should be present p.m.to elect "Punt Pass and Kick" contest. Over The public Is I invited. .
officers and discuss other impor the weekend he flew to Miami with his Dr. Gartenhaus 82, was born in !
thin"MM*! .*4 fe' iiiU alias t ".**.-'A bl"| HH tarp .r Urktf .... news. Please be PROMPTI! The parents and participated in the Area Austria in an Orthodox Jewish homeof t I "
will be held In Starke contest. The whole class wanted culture and was educated in the {*
RULES: Each Space Below Represents Some Business Firm Of Bradford County. Cafeteria. Dewey to know how proud they all strictlst Jewish schools of learning. :

Use Scrambled Letters And Arrange Them To Spell The Firm's Name week the library had a turkey were of him. While thq class enjoyed l
contest for first grade. First munching on the cake,Dewey relatedhis In an interview. Dr. Gartenhaus
Exactly, Using All The Letters And Punctuation Marks To Enter This second place winners were: Mrs. many exciting experiences of the stated he is not what some term a I

Contest. The First Three Persons Submitting The Correct Or Nearest room Raymond Craven, weekend. "converted Jew," but rather a :
Thomas; Mrs. Nolin's room. The following 5th grade students "completed Jew." There Is a general l I
Correct Answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon On Monday, Nov 19 Will Be Don Brewer,James Mote; Mrs. were selected by their teachers to Impression that when a Jew embraces '

Awarded Turkeys For Thanksgiving room, Devin Wheeler, serve as Starke Elementary Safety the principles as proclaimed i
Sheffield; Mrs. Patray's Patrol members for the 19780 school by Jesus of Nazareth he ceases to be \
Diane Thompson, Kerr!) Foster year.From. a Jew. However Dr. Gartenhaus I
Three Turkeys Ta Given: Away Mrs. Johns' room, Andy Smith. Mrs. Strong's class:: Donna points out, the apostle Paul spoke of \ (
Rena Akers. Bonnette Rebecca Martin, Kenneth himself as a 'a Hebrew of the !'
Tetstone's' Boone and Ricky Moore. ,
in Mrs. room Hebrews.
WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY NOON TUESDAY NOV. 20. 1979 have been Super Spellers for the From Mrs. McClelland's class: i

Employees Of The Bradford Co. Telegraph & Relatives Not Eligible ten units are Tommy Balkcom Justin Williams, Steve Jones, Angela Dr. Gartenhaus Is the founder and I I
Blye, Chris Dinkins Freddy Montgomery and Kim Sapp, president of the International Board x\
Eric Walton Monlque Banks From Mrs Adkinsons class: of Jewish Missions, Inc which ,
Brown Vickie McFarlane. Stacey Bowen, Annette Balkcom, reaches out to Jews all over the 1 \
WBRHERJGSYELYEEJ GGYLPGLGIWIY Manning, Nita Melecio,Lesley Susan Workman and Loat ShlvibuU ,world. After over 50 years in Atlanta, I
.. lZett and Rachael Tyson. From Mrs. Reddish's class: Gary Dr. Gartenhaus moved his mission I I
Wise, Jim Dixon. Kelly Jackson and:! headquarters to Chattanooga. Tenn t

Lisa Phen. ..fend a new building was dedicated in : I
These students will be responsiblefor 1\.IW f
SAPNNFREASORODARMUNFMCOMERDEAODAKT' student safety, raising the flag,,
PBNRQEIESONTBYALASUR and assisting students from the bus to

their classes. "
We are very proud of these respon- .45 Attend Baptist '

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"IYW I", "(': II7 '1"I, ,11',11'1t'dj ... .::...a 14.,L. -u .,**.... ?...i i .. _F4 -f fn1'W. A w 5jh grajes re studying aboutvolutionary i \
/ .< 11 w t ? t i '""!'!'lGe War, the Declaration November 9 and 10 was a'meanIngful -
.. ... ...... .. d' ANSCODIPTAAIJtaLUPLYNKURKSBICOSEFCLF I tI < IRL SCOUTSby of Independence and the Consti time for 45 youth who participated :I ,
tution. We are learning some things in the youth outing from f
about our country's beginnings. Each First Baptist Church.The retreat was ,
Eaves student Is to write a short report held at Middle Florida Baptist
Carolyn about a person of Revolutionary Assembly, located near Branford.
.. Phone M4-38I2
Last week was another busy week times. These reports are due by Nov. .
RWEVSRRIETSCSREGHUKE Girl Scouts, in Starke as they 20-before the start of the Thanksgiving Several him were shown to con
'MEAATGUOAHSATTOPTRS holidays.We front them with their attitudes and actions -
and the birth
Halloween saw a movie about a boy of in living the Christian life. An
of their founder Juliette (Daisy)
Cadettes assisted at the ,Revolutionary times Johnny Tre- ,exciting part of the program was a
'" main. Afterwards the students were film concerning dating and following
Church party for nursery asked to answer some questions about discussion by the youth.
r'r really enjoyed the activities as the movie. '
Austin Brown,who worn with men
and escorting
as dressing up in Florida State Prison, spoke Friday (
Wednesday, Cadrtte Troop
Edwards News night and shared how God delivered \- ..
boated a party for preschoolers
him from being to helping .-t .
prisoner {,
SESRT AADARCCALNf'VDSAG U ES ARSPOPSYHT the Bradford County Library.They ,
others who still inmates at the
a spooky film, bobbed for ap On Sunday evening, November 4, are
decorated cookies and served St. Edward's Altar Society held a Florida State Prison.Recreational .
: brew to approximately 55 covered dish dinner In the parish hall
Thanks to the staff of the honoring parishioners originating activities and Inspirational 1 I
NTTSAAHOOLGRNVE IIWLRACPPLKLHARETRO.I for their help with the party from other countries. times were directed by the
for their help on our recent trip to Reverend Father Martin Jung church staff. Rev. Ben Bryant. Rev. i
Island. pastor, welcomed those attending Travis Klmbril and Rev. Bill Floyd.TutoringProgramatfiE .
Junior Troop 605 entertained their stating that he originated from f fh
Brownie Troop 311 with a Hallo Baltimore, Maryland.
party last Wednesday at the Dr. Laura Parado told of coming .-.. (.6.r.: : i' t
BSORSMTRBDSITHOOHEHPY EASKOOTTMRRPASRT Church. They made candy from the Philippines 14 years ago and f

played games and enjoyed a gave the background of governmentthere. i J '
cake and heard stories about She entertained with accordlan
". The Juniors and Denise music featuring Spanish tunes. Her The initial session of a brand new i J
LEEYSCRNAAECHHJONGYCIN.. to thank the Brownies for com son, Randy Parado played several tutoring program at RUE Community i. i
UOrUaiRNEOQUSAQDUG and bringing the cake,also thanks piano selections. Dr. Parado accompanied Center began Monday Nov. 12, 1979. ; : ''
Juice and Joyce for their help on a group sing along on the SessiON will be held on Mondays and i.j
i afternoons. This troop Is piano, led by Mrs. Faye Swisher. Wednesdays from 5 p.m.to 7 P m. The | I'' !
a candlelight ceremony for Mrs. Iver Nolan who came from program is designed to assist -: [
ENADLCRUYNAORACOOSSNDPERSPEPACNYM' IRDCDPOLLOIFEHOLSTNRTNECAAC week,for their court of awards, Ireland some 20 years ago now students In grades 1 through 12 in the t I'
OAMICKC. are invited. resides in Lawtey. She sang a song in areas of reading and math. A staff t ,
., Saturday was the cookie coffee for Gaelic and another In English about made up of certified teachers and college : I ,
leaders and scouts at the love for County Armagh. graduates with degrees in ;
Church. This was fun for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wraga. of St. elementary and secondary education j
NCLOLDWHETOILAES'EBLIYROMB OHSTNCMIYAEBXMUTTA they learned more about Petersburg parents of Mrs. Michael will work on a voluntary basis to pro- .
cookies and then they all Brunettl were guests at the dinner. vide quality help for those students ': I;
the new cookies. At the same Mr. Wragg,a native of England, gave .
the girls attended the Alert accounts of life there during the war Concern Citizens of Bradford \ J'
they earned credit for a new years and told of amusing experiences County Inc.la highly pleased to sponsor j
OIOSKLYNMTREDHIFAA>> RBOIKOKDAffLNSAATRE Ch. Many thanks for the local sup' their family encounteredwhile the UYA (University Year For :1: f
''' from Mr. Barber Florida living there Action) group, who was instrumentalin
to, ; Mr. Denton. Brad- Mr. Henry Stefanelli told of being this program to the sur- tt..:.: '
Sheriffs Department; and Mr. born in Italy and coming to Penn- face. The organization of Concerned i

I ', Starke Police Department. sylvania at an early age. He enter- Citizens has committed itself to .
ECPADMDUUNRSYRPANPPCOUL feel we do not have the problem tained by singing an Italian song. becoming a vital agency for helping :
YAHI0IQNG1JLHFLMEFOJSTOCSHOP!' !{ ." crime drugs, etc that the!larger Mr. Frances. Meng served as to bring about social, economic and .
'. ,'. ..... have but we do want to be Mastor of Ceremonies during the educational progress for all of the :ir: .'
to any possible! problem. entertainment hour. citizens In BradfordCountl' .,
Tables were covered with yellow
.1 I ALNDDRLAENTYGESGUAVAASAOSOFRIMANSC. to the Community State cloths, and food from countries of
their origin was brought by those at
and the Florida Bank at Starke ::-x: NJ.SYl..:;::: ***WO'I! ;::
.. having the Girl Scout Cookie tending.Henry
StefanelU and Mrs.
cookies\ Party were last well Friday received afternoon.and Michael Brunetti were in charge" of Card Of Thanks .Y

STDNBTEG.ERMAR&RMOHERTCO TOTSABOHSEYR liked what they tasted.Most arrangements for the event.

want to buy and starting Nov.
of Bradford
Thanks Concerned Citizens
from Of
order cookies your Card
County, Inc., would like to extend a
sale lasts
Girl Scout. The un
.,, .. ,Dec.2 and cookies will be delivered hearty thanks to the University Year
.' s. A&YSRIICSASQNPLNEEDIANRTANNIAUOHWDSDAICETPC5EE for Action volunteers the Community .. -
EUCPEIITAEATIRCHONEPINU1SSECNHCIERMTLNL9IB&C.\ Feb. Price this year will be $1.50 We wish to thank our many friends Day Care PTA. local, merchants: and .
-, 15 cents from every box going and relatives for thoughtful
.. being so our many patrona and friends for the :
I to the troops. during the time of our sorrow fine support they gave toward '
1 Plans are being made to re- Love very
carnival a
making our
the Brownie Troop 090, John L.Hughey family ,
.& TSAFRRISNKETOEE to Andy Garcia who will be success baseball
Due to lighting on I
this troop. All girls from last tIJi lIB J! ! could only run our
few field after dark.w*
will be notified with a new
The meeting will bed Thursday BayVess Hiway Baptist Church carnival activities to p.m. Hopefully -
: to 5:30.: starting Nov. 29(plan to Sunday School 10 ajn.. Worship in the near future, this problem'
,SeJIli1EIWWRYLCLI3; EEWREISTLENRYESTSTAFMBEAS8KO I announced), We still have girls In Service 11 am. Training Unions will be corrected
but p.m..Evening Worship Service 7p.m. Please watch for our new schedule '. '
;j', v ted in being Girl Scouts we '
In Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 .mPuts of activities coming.to the RJ.E. : \i'Com.mun1ty
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I.. July Land Sales Topped 2 Million Dollar Mark

Land sales for the month of July ner portion of the E eix acres of Svi of Harry and Shirley DeWitt )o War- Elbert and Judy Martin to Gerald comer of NVW of SV7V4 in Section S, George and Janice Johns to Harold
topped the $2 million mark, with the SEV. of the SWV4 of Section 16, T6S, ren and Marlon Shaver ana acre In and Ruth Burns, a parcel consistingof T6S. RUE, *100. and Wanda Norman. _.78 feet of the
sale of the To-Rena motel to Haul- R22E. $100. the NEV. of NWV4 of Section 29, T'S, 1.07 in the W% ofSWVi of SWV4 of J J>. and Vernle Odom and Charles NWV4 of SWV4 and W 361.22 feet of
Lien Lee from Clark Williams for Wilde and Dale Sheering to Ricky R22E, 11500. Section 28, TSS, R22E, 34900. and Rosemary Henley, a portion In NEVi of SWV of Section 26, T5S,
$218,500 being the largest transaction. Watson 396 ft. W of and 210 ft. N of Paul and Martha Brown to Warren Jack Courtnay and Associates, Inc. the SWU of SWy. in Section 12, T7S RUE 140,000.MUlard .
Prices are figured from documentary SE corner of SEV4 of SWV, E 210 ft.,N and Delores Rauhcfer, Lots 3, 4 and 5 to Donald and Krlsttne Richards, apart R21E, $20.000.Waver and Applean Brown,Gerald
tax stamps attached to deeds. 210 ft, W 210 ft., S 210 ft. to point of of Pinedale replat $143,000. 'of Government Lot 1, Section 25, Grli a to Lloyd Wilkenoa of and Betty Brown to James Killabrew.
The following transactions were beginning, Section 16,. TBS, R22E, Hiram and Alice Mack: to Charles T8S t R22E $79,333.Affordable Jacksonville, one-half Interest In 3.71 a parcel In the WV4 of NWV.of NEVI of i iNEf4
made: 2727. and Patricia Watson parcel of land Homes of Florida Inc. acres In Lots 10, II, and 12 in Section Of Suction 9, T8S. R22E, 2500.
Basil and Betty Davis to A William in the S 132 ft. of Eft of SWV of NWV. to Wayne and Shirley Mobley, a HTSSR22E., $100. Hubert D. Bradley to Virginia
and Irene Blaha of New Jerseya of NWV4 of NEtt of Section 34, T5S, parcel situated In the NEV4 of SKY of Paul Newsome and Edna Crawfordto Bradley, a parcel In the SW corner of
part of the SEV4 of the SESs of Section R22E, $100. Section e, TVS, R22E $3<<1,000. Jewelle Brown all of NWW of SEV SJEV4 of SEV4 Of Section 19,R22E,$100.
20 T7S. R21E. 3000. SERVICEMEN Edgar and Gayle McRee to Wayne Margaret Relneke to P. Richard of Section 12. T6S, R21E. $57,800. L.M. and Sandra Norman to E.L.
Equilla Roberts to Leola P. Christy, and Elizabeth Shipman a parcel lying and Irene Whlpple of New York Lot Joseph R. Register, au Joseph R. and Margaret Norman the E 80 feet
Lots 6 and 7 of Block 26 In Livingston, Pvl. Robrrt E.Jones Ill In the SWV4 of SWy of Section 27, 28, Block IS of Keystone. Club Estates, Register to T. Black and Beverly of Lola 15 13 and 14 of Block 19, See*
$100.Lennie Pvt. Robert E. Jones III, son of T6S R22E, $45,200. $31,600. Hamilton Lot 20, Block 2 of Shady tion 2$.TBS, R22E, 100000. '
D. Gibbs to Jerry and Mrs. Joyce K. Jones Rt. 3, Starke, Tim Peterson of Illinois! to Thomas, Cecil and Thelma Talbott to Oaks Subdivision In Section 8, T73, Thomas and Rose Smith to Gerald
Patricia Gibbs, a parcel containingone recently completed a food service Gerald and Harold Smith, part of Charles and Norma Hughes,one acre R20E $32,866.Pearl and Harold Smith, one-third Interestin
acre in NEV 4 of NWV4\ of NVW4 of specialist course at Fort Jackson, SWV4\ of SWV4 of Section 10, T6S, of land In the SWV4 of NE V4 of Section Pickering to O.E. and Lillian 1.205 acres In the SWV4 of SWV4 of
SWV\ of Section 10, T7S. R22E. $100. S.C.The R22E, $200. 35, T6S, R22E, $100. Pearson, Lots 1.2,3,4,5,6,7 and 8 of Section 10, TBS. R22E, $100.
Albert and Peggy Lynch to Herbert course trains personnel to Tim Peterson to Robert Peterson of Lawrence and Mary Oglesby to City Park Subdivision, $37,600. Carolyn Redgrave to James and
and Cora Hall Lots 30 and 31 of prepare and serve food in large and Illinois Part of SWV4 Of SWVi of Sec Hygla and Beulah Ritchie, six acresIn L.M. Gaines to David and Kathy Bonnie Cowart, Lots 4, 5 and 6 of
Crosby Lake Inlet. $12.000. small quantities. Students receive tion 10, TBS, R22E, 2500. the SEV. of NWVi of Section 34,T6S. Gaines, the WVfc of Block 40 in Section Block 8 In Temple's Addition. $38.000.
Jack and Marilyn Courtnay W.R. training in baking, field kitchen Gerald Griffis Construction Co. to R22E $14,000.Florida 28, T6S, R22E. 11500. Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. to
Covey and J. Brooks Brown to Terry operations and the operation of an Lacy B. Silcox Lot 12 of Parkwood Bank at Starke to Donald J.E. and Hazel Wall to Gladys Harrington David and Unchalee Barber, Lot 33 of
and Beverly Vernimo Lot 8 of Army dining facility. Subdivision $27,000. and Beverly Welch,parcel of land at Lots 3 and 4 and NVi of Lots Sand Parkwood Subdivision. 27000.
Keystone Oaks. 3500. Jones' father, R.E. Jones, Jr., livesat Gerald Griffis Construction Co. to the NWV4 of SEV4 of Section 22, T6S, 6 in Block A, $100. Robert and Beatrice Scott, Jimmle
Mary Rhoden to Barbara A 1000 S. Water St. William and Lynda Burgln, Lot 13 of R20E $47,300.C. Marion and William Harrington to and Olivia Scott to Robert and Eula;
Balkcom a parcel of t5 undivided interest Parkwood Subdivision $27,000. Howel and Elizabeth Nasworthyto William and Nancy Hendrix. Lots 3 Bell Nichols, parcel In the SW of
of WV* of NE\4 of NW;. Sec- Will and Vicki Watts to A.C and Jean and Euna MiUigan a parcel in and 4, NH of Lots 5 and 8, Block A of SE*of SWV4 of Section 25.T5S,R22E,
tion 12, T6S R20E and W 330 feet of Airman Steven A. Dewberry Gloria Boree, a parcel situated in the SV4 of the SW V* of the SW Vt of Section Jones Addition, $62.800. $100.
S"-. of SEV4 of SWi, Section 1, T6S Airman Steven A. Dewberry, son of fractional Section 12, T9S, R22E, 23, TBS R22E, 14000. William and Florence Osborn to Sara Barefoot, Inez Green and
R20. and all of NWV4 of NW*., N of old Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Dewberry of 12400. Thomas Hamilton Jr. to Ricky Roy Russell and Roberta Ramsey a Charles Dinkins to James and Arlette
county graded road. Section 12, T6S, Rt. 1, Lawtey, has been assigned to Harris and Mildred Plant to James Carroll, Lots 9 and 10 of Block 13 of parcel of land in the SEV of Section Love Lots 13 and 14 of Block 24 in
R20E. $100.Elsie Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas and Nina Robinson Lots 7 and 8, Ward City In Brooker 4000. 12, T9S, R22E, 57000. Temple's Addition Section 28, T6S,
Leverson to Dan and Anneke after completing Air Force basic Block 2, Santa Fe Shores, $100. Ronnie and Norita 1bavia to Harold Dolph Reddish to Glenn and Linda R22E, $18,000.Martha .
Fleming SW comer of W4 of SWV4 training. Pervin and Armour Manning to and Sheila Bridges, a'part of WV4 of Reddish, Drew and Ada Reddish and W. Dorko and Ernest B.
of SWV, of Section 22.T6S R22E $100. During the six weeks at Lackland Richard and Nancy Bloodgood, a Lot 39 In Section 11,T5S. R22E 3000. James and Sandra Reddish, an undivided Wells to Keith and Kathy Hudson,
Bobby and Margaret Bonnett to Air Force Base, here the airman parcel In the NE corner of the NWV4of Lawrence and Linda Gibson to 1/8 Interest in the E% of SEV4 Lota 3 and 4 in Lawtey, $20 000. ,
Charles Ames Lots 15,16 1,18, and 19 studied the Air Force mission, NWV4 of Section 13, TCS, R22E, Howard and Yvonne Kutz of Of NWV4, SVfc of NEV4, SV4 Of NEVI of Affordable Homes to Lois Jac-
of Block 18 of Knight's Subdivision, organization and customs and received 3000. Milwaukee parcel of land in Sec- NEV4 and NVi of SEV of Section 9, quelyn Johns, Lots 59 and 60,
$500. special training in human rela tion 12, T9S, R22E $28.832. and Wtt of NWV4 of SWV4 of WV4 of Parkwood SubdIvisIon 38500.
Linda Gnffis. Mary Ward. William tions. Gilbert and Loul Belle Crosley to SWV4 of NWV4 and all of Nv< of S.R. Larry and Ginger Manning to
Sheering, Wanda Sapp Anna Teston Airman Dewberry is a 1979 Elmer Wright of New York, parcel Norris and Betty Fennell to Earl 200 In TBS, R22E; also the NW cornerof Frank M. and Elizabeth Cruce, one
and Rebecca Sheering to Willie and graduate of Sandalwood High School, in the SWVi of SWy4 of:Section 14,T6S, and Lovina Martin, a parcel the NE E* of NWV4 of SWV4 of Section 10, acre in the NW V4 of NWV4 of Section 6.TBS. .
Dale Sheering one acre in the SW cor- Jacksonville. R22E, $4,000. T6S.R22E, 32000. R22E, 34500.
Geneva Lake Estates Inc. to Merrill Joseph and Susan Bakken to Ed-
and Effie Parker, a parcel in Sec- ward and Virginia Hoisington, the S
r1NEW tion 25, TBS, R22E, $100. 200 feet of NW;'.. of SEV4 of SEV4 of
JIEAGLEI 1 =tti9 Clyde Nelson Edward Ray, the E Section 15, T7S, R22E, $26,166.
97 LOW 132 feet of the W 260 feet of the SVt of C.H. and Elizabeth Nasworthy to
PRICES! 8 faielc.s the SEV4 of SWV4 of NWV4 of Section Gloria Hampton Lot 5 and S H of Lot

GLASSWARE BET 25, T8S, R22E, 1200. 4, Block 2, Nat Williams Subdivision
Cassie Bennie Te rep '
ffi $1sa Seabright to $100.
wan lays v sitS the SW corner of WV4: of SEV4 of SEV4Of Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to.
Section 9, T8S, R22E $100. Norman and Judith Woodworth, Lot
Edward and Joann Wall to William 18, Lake Sampson Villas, 8500.
and Ruth Powell Lot 18 and SVi of James and Janette Russel to Justin
NEV4 of Section 36, T6S R21E, $100. Bryan and Susan Lewis, Lot 13, Block
William and Ruth Powell to Ed 15, Keystone Club Estates $25,300.
ward and Joann Wall parcel in the
Samuel and Linda Sprouse to Pollution -
yS SEV4 of Section 28, T6S, R22E, $100. Solution Lot 24, Block A of
Martha Barry to Raymond and Cypress Beach 26500.
a 109* TEXTUmZED Louise Baer, Lot 6, Block 3, of Brad Chloe Rivers to Heinz and Betty Sp-
WOVEN POLYESTER ford Heights Subdivision $34,000. (inger, the east 30 feet of Lots 2 and 4,
a e MEM'S DUES* SLACKS. Robert and Esther Day to Georgeand Block 22; 15000.
FIRST OUAUTYI Margaret Moores, Lots 11 and 12 Janet E. Flythe to John and
( a and an undivided interest in Lot 5 of Catherine Steele, 1.5 acres in the NW
9 8 8 Lakeview Subdivision, $27,000. corner of SEV4 of SEVi of NWV4 of Sec-
CONVERTIBLE BIKE ? ( Regent and Lorraine Jasmin and tion 28, TSS R22E, 16500.
W/TRAININGWHEEL8 WERE Joee' 43 son, Ronald to Thakor and Raman Linda and W.F. Andrews to James
Try th**. on for.r.*lil / Patel a parcel in the SEV4 of SWV4 of and Katherine Hallmark 2.017 acresin
9.S 8 You'll and an / SWV4 in Section 21, T6S R22E; also Section 27, T6S, R20E, 3200.
Cia +
outrtamMno ctyUng
OUR DISC. PRICE 1 NIgh SEcorner of SEV4 of SEVi in Section
omit t naro tog //i Findley & Associates, Inc. to
14" high, convart \ In popular solid color, 21, T6S. R22E, 134666. Ronald and Doris Williams a parcelIn
'"- rodMy |from a ?
V -Jf boy' to fllrf Mnt'ssltasaOW/a. pl Temple Motel Corp. to Regent and the NEV4 of SEV4 of Section 34,T6S,
TINSEL STAR OR 'BOPPO* nod&, w/ooa.lar \ Lorraine Jasmine, a 'pare*) in the R22K, $29,900. '
10LIOMTANOELTREE TOP THE CLOWN b'd' O$) SEV4 of SWV4 of Section 21,T6S, R22E, Edward Powell to Edward and Bet-

OUR OR 'LILY DOLL era t lit F A (S o i 112000. ty Ann Powell, parcel in the E'/& of
sec. :97 1.97 d Burl and Patricia Traylor to A.J. SWV4 of NWV4 of SEV4 in Section 23,
PRICE Y 1 J! ,1 6 I yIYI u.. and Mary Dugger parcel in the TBS. R22E, f7.000.
COLORADO IntliUblo Boppo I Is CLASSIC WESTERN DENIM JACKETS ti NEV4 of SEV4 of SWV4 in Section 21, Gerald Griffis Construction Co. to

/SPRUCE, h colorful** wolghlad 38" I I Ito d lNOIG MEN'S BOMB TBS, R22E, $100. Lacy B. Silcox Lot 12 ,of Parkwood
Lily I* i William and Everly Cruce to Nelson Subdivision, $27,000.
12.83 /ro dllhalrlnand r 8.88 S.8SWASJ44T and Judith Lett parcel in the WV. of Gerald Griffis Construction Co. to
vuhabta4FT SEV4 of NWV4 of SEV4 in Section 34
'r WlREJheS William and Lynda Burgin, Lot 13 of
Molded plaitle I la HaavywolgM cotton dankn wIth outton front cloak*, T6S, R22E. 14500. Parkwood Subdivision, 27000.
llro-rlilant. **iy cuff and iM. tab*. Siytod mh front nap pott- C.R. and Sybil Braswell to Warren Will and Vicki Watts to A.C. and
lo ns.mbls. Wltn Ns,ttltchad yofcoa. 8,M.L XL.M i and Dolores Rauhofer, 2.79 acres in Glorida Boree of Melrose, a parcel of
Ins alwd. the WVi of EVa of SWV4 of Section 27, land situated in fractional Section 12,

T6S, R22E. 8100. TBS, R22E, 12400.
J. Houston and Martha McClane to Harris and Mildred Plant to James
J 4 Vfllc rL Warren and Doris Rauhofer, Lot 2 of and Nina Robinson, Lots 7 and 8 of
Pinedale Replat, $4,500. Block 2 of Santa Fe Shores $100.
Town and Country Homes of East
1,1. 5 Pervin and ARmour Manning to
Central Florida, Inc. to Arnie and
Richard and Nancy Bloodgood a
GIFT WRAP LOO INDOOR LIGHT SET CHAMBER DOLLS Teresa Gibson, Lot 6 and the W'ofLot parcel of land in the NE corner of the
4, v 5, Block 2, 27500. NWV4 of the NWV4 of Section 13, TBS,-
,:97c 1.93 8.74 2.96 L Mandy Manning to Florie Bussey a R22E $3,000.Gilbert .
parcel east of the NW corner of Lot 20,
WAS I.ar' WASJ.4P S LSe OUR DISC. PRICE I and Louie Belle Crosley to
/i interest, $100. Elmer Wright of New York, parcel
orefco 10-CUP pn0 R i William and Dorothy Means to of land in the SWV4 of SWV4 of Section
COFFEE MAKER I Carlton and Elaine Meng, parcel in 14, T6S, R22E. $4,000.
wrrH 121A1-A-Balw O r he SEV4 of Section 1, T8S, R22E, Elbert and Judy Martin to Gerald

4000. and Ruth Bums, a parcel consistingof
MEN'S PVC BOMBER MEM'S POPLIN MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE CASUAL SHIRTS IN James and Nell Griffin to Ralph 1.07 acres in the WV4: of SWV4 of
MPn. _.o. ar JACKET, PILL COLLAR OOtF JACKETS DRESS SHIRTS COLORFUL PRINTS and Ruth Darley. a parcel in the SWV4 .of Section 20, T6S. R22E.,.
NWV4\ of NE'/4 of Section 34, T8S, 34900.
TE 15.88 7.88 3.94 R22E, $1,200.Cecil Jack Courtnay and Associates, Inc.
and Edith Melvin to Joe and
to and of
Donald Kristine Richards
of dart, r Laathw-llko vinyl with Water rpllnt. No-Iron poly/cotton 100poly..Nrlawt Donna Tolleson Lots 3 and 4, Block 3 Lake Asbury, Fla., a part of govern..
PROCTOR-tILx 5-OT.ELECTRIC broalhar bach iambi ooads and prlnla l.A te'h. print doakin*. B to XL.olid of Corllotta, 2500. ment lot
modkint or gM colrrmuig thick PIN llnlno"to XL 1, Section 25, TBS, R22E,.
IN puts 4-SLrCE TOASTER SLOW COOKER *,ir.n'i 8 to XL. rp William and Linda Burgin to David 79333.

r 6.S S 14 88 KNITTED ?' ASSORTED Lanier a parcel in the NE corner of Affordable Homes of Florida Inc..
NAVY WATCH CAPS JEANS NE. of Section 34, TBS, R22E. 5500. to Wayne and Shirley' Mobley a
WAS t.-S OUR DISC. PRICE i FOR SOYSMEN'S Affordable Homes of Florida, Inc.
OUR parcel situated in the NE V4 of SEV4 of
DISC. 7o to Johnnie Hill Lot 2, Block 9, Lincoln Section 6TBS. R22E, $36,000. ..
U ,. PRICE 3.97 City Subdivision, 32000. Margaret Reineke to P. Richardand
OUR DISC. PRICE! Jack Courtnay to Lindsay and Irene Whipple of New York. Lot
a<:ALUMINUM '.sI'ie navy 'andwAai7.M Darlene Thornton Lot 7 of Keystone 28 of Block IS of Keystone Club
0'''.' lolld In Oaks, $3,000.Frank Estates 31600.
donlm and
MaIled danKn. a-,.. and Joanna Gillmore to Cecil and Telma Talbott to Charles'and
,. ; 19.88 Eliga and Virginia Minar 25 feet of Norma Hughes, a parcel of land
PORTABLE FLASH Lot 7 and 8 and 9, Block 4, Santa Fe containing one acre in the SWV4 o(
ROBERTS AC/DC POCKETPAK 330 1400 WATT HAIRSTYLERDRYER Shores, 23000. NEV4. of Section 35, TBS, R22E $100.Lawrence .
RADIO t-TaACKPLAYER CAMERAAMPM Hoavy duty llama 1po4yurtr LACKS'
Willard and Mable Wynn to Arthur
>an* mattr***. B.TTR..AK.R and Mary Oglesby to
I 16.88 Holfleld, 58.89 acres in the SEV* of
27.88 9.88 14.88 KNIT TOPS Hygia and Beulah Ritchie, six acresin
WAS 14( OUR DISC. PRICE OUR NEW i NESS of NEV4 of SEV4 of Section 27, the SE V4 of NW V4 of Section 34,TBS. ,
4.96OUR T6S, R22E, $55.000. R22E, $14,000.Florida .
... Virginia Crews to Charles and June Bank'at Starke to Donald
DISC. Thornton, a parcel in the SEV4 of
l and Beverly Welch,parcel of land in
1! JOoIy atylo/. ot lon-.In. .ML. NWV4 in Section 17, T6S, R22E, $100. 'the NWV 4 of SEtt of Section 22, TBS,
Terrence and Gayle Bone to Ter- 'RaOE: 47300..
Mpt1 I rence and Gayle Bone, Lot 52 of Indian '
q r ,, LADIES'! KHAKI C. Howell and Elizabeth Nasworthy
: I r TROUSEH PANTSoJaoquard Beach Subdivision, $100. to Jean and Euna MiUiftan,a parcel of
.9.IIds ea.td q Harold and Bernice Thompson to land In the Stt of the SWv4 of SWV4 of
PYana Mr t SlgNIrfwOL. 5 S'ttr CHH Farms Inc., 12.38 acres in the Section 23, TBS R22E 14000.
j 1 e Famou.MmBATH a NWV4 of NEV4 of Section 21, T7S, Thomas Hamilton Jr..to Ricky Roy
I UOZ.STPOC ENAMEL 1.1 LSE. R22E. $70,500.Albert Carroll Lots 9 and of
TREATMENT BIO 18" FOIL >ATMEAL COOKIES OHM*XtpMf By av.. and Alberta Weisslnge to Ward City Brooker $4,000.
< C 2.97 9.88 f 10-I*. Mark and Deborah Buel, the SE! corner Ronnie and Norlta Davis to Harold
l 1.QOWIEMVH of SEV4 of NE V4 of Section 29,T7S,, and SheUa Bridges, a part of WV of
WAS J.1? WAS&41 WAS Wd OUR OISGPRICtI OUR DISC. pIC.. I R21E. $32,500.E.li. Lot 39, south graded road Section
I and Mary Birt to Lewis and l1z TSS R22E. $3,000. ,
Susan Marney,a parcel In the NEV4 of Lawrence ,and Linda Gibson to
SEV4 of Section 31,T7S.R22E,35000. Howard and Yvonne Kutz of
L.M. Gaines to Terry and Vicki Milwaukee; ,a parcel of land in Section
Gaines Lot 6 and 8 of Block. 3 in Section 13. T9S, R22E, $28,832. .
WGLLA 28, TBS, R22E $100. Norris and Betty Fennell to Earl
1S OL BALSAM Tom and Rena Marks to Barbara and Loving Martin,,parcel In the NE
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With 0-9 Live Oak Visiting FrLThe '\ : :. # November 11675 'I


Tornado gridders of Bradford nent is the weather-he's crossing hisaugers you'velot a rash of Injuries that c:8J1/-tJ''/"p; ,:;"' Basketball Opens! :,
High (4-5) will wWeesUve heavy for clear skies and a beat heal up. I Just don't like open dates*\1fJ!; ,
favorites to send Oak- wave to bring good crowd out unless its the first or last date of the, IJHaIlOll.
Suwannee County reeling'to an 0-10 "I tell you we need a good crowd I'd rather play 'em straight '
season and end their own year at 5-5 bad" the Tornado boss declared: "I through." ,,A.; See 3 for Previews ,'\
when the Bulldog visit for the hope the cold weather stays away and Of Live Oak Hurse said thev! pg. ,l: .,
season-aider! Friday night at> p.m. people come out for the last game." Bulldogs will run "it all" on offenseJIncluding ; ay,\; "'\
After viewing films of the'dogs 81-0 The Tornado coaches shortened the shotgun, wishbone and&v! ', ; ;
shellacking at the hands of week sessions considerably last variations of the formation.. Defcni r And ; y!
Gainesville Eastslde the Tornadoes with an open date,and will work lively they are also a multiple set ,n ,
can't help but have UtUe respect for for only ltt-2 hours each afternoonthis team.Y : i
the visitors, who have also been week. .. KH Union Gridders Fall ;
stomped by Gainesville 40-0 Lake CIty 'There's just not that much "We'll probably see something we 1.,; .::, I I1' .
41-6, Tallahassee Lincoln 41-6, and teaching: you can do this late in theyear haven't seen all year Friday night,'' I ,11 .' ,, '
most recently by class M Jasper 27-2 ," Hurse said of the light load. Hurse guessed. \' "* Warner Bowls ,
last week. gave the players last Monday The Tornado coach rates Live ',? Pop Set' ,.T
Bradford coach David Hurse spoke and Tuesday off. This week we'U be Oak's Daniel McMullen.ii 169 pound, "',
of the upcoming game before practice mostly brush-up. tailback IOpb tight end uonrue Allen. "t.1 -,;
Monday, saying there's no way he "An open date this late In the and Han' 245 pound son as the ;
could convince his troops they're in season seldom helps anybody-unless Bulldogs test football players.
for a tough game.
"We're not trying to convince themthey're Early Deadlines Set Next'WeekTAe
going a tough ballgame "
that'd be lying," Hume said matter "I '
of-factly. "We're not assuming Monitor, Telegraph, and Time will all be published early this Thonlwglv-,, :
they're beaten going in but... I think .a a Ing week hopefully hitting' the streets Tuesday evening and giving' the staffs of
both quarterbacks would have to all three paper some holiday lime. i
go down, and some of our key defensive Because of this our deadline will be pushed up one day.,,Any 'Information,
people too for them to beat us. stories, etc.for the sports section should be brought Into the newspaper offices or (
: "Live Oak is just having a rough called In,to Buddy Coding at the Telegraph (M4.<305) by Monday morning at the, f
tough time of it. They're a very young 'latet Both the Monitor and Time offices will be dated Monday morning*o information -
ballclub and they've been beaten bad- should be brought to either' office over the weehend. '
They haven't given up Thanks for your cooperation
tough, I have to give 'em credit for "IP s Have a happy Thanksgiving
"It really just points out what I.'ve
always said-the kids are the ones that
win football games, not the coach,"
Hume continued, referring to Live
Oak boss Brent Hall a coach thoughtof 1

Ocala as a Forest dynasty to builder back-to-back after taking class Keystone (2-7JHopingto Upset ,;

AAA state titles. Hall came to Live
Oak before the 1978 season and suffered ,

things through have gotten a 2-8 no season.better Obviously in '79. 8-1 Crescent City Once MoreKeystone's ( I

': "Give him another year and they Gangtackling Lock...
may come around some," Hurse ven- -
: tured. "He seems to think he's got a tJnlon Highs Tiger defense caves In on Hawthorne's Willie Lock, number 21 In I'I
". pretty good JV program going." dark helmet. Indians will be hoping "They have two fine linebackers, ran rings around Father Lopes last! .I/
What seems to worry Hurse more Too often Leek escaped Tiger stoppers, piling up 223 yards rushing to propelthe lightning can strike the same spot that's the key to their defense' week. [
=: about Friday's game than the oppo-' hornets: t. victory. bee page (B> twice when they host Crescent City's Valentino said Tuesday. "Both those "You know they're going to want It. V t..
battle tough Raiders to close both fella's are pursuers, they react quick with the bowl game and us.beating '
club's regular season Friday night at and play. up close to the line of scrim them for the last two years,' Valen-
8pm. mage. tino noted. "Their newspaper man
Last year the Indiana upset Crescent called me Saturday so they're makinga
Trouble City 10-6 on the road. It was one "Offensively they're very similar to big deal out of it. The pressure's ;
Newberry ((8-1)) Spells of only two regular season losses for us. They run the pro-slot and the gonna be more on them than us
: the Raiders and looked even more impressive I-slot. They are primarily a running Because everybody knows we should
after Crescent City popped team but they do throw the balT lose It We're just going to loosen up'. r
Chiefland 15-0 and West Nassau KM,' They'll throw some wrinkles'at you and try to upset them again. !
In: class. AA state playoff action. like an unbalanced line and some "I think we have to keep control of
For Union's WinleSs TigersUnion Finally In the state semifinals reverses, just to keep you honest." the ball and play an error-free type
Waukulla ended the Raider season Valentino calls CC quarterback game.Last week we had no turnovers
with a 24-13 win. Vince Whitaker "a good athlete." But we made some blunders, bobbled \
This year Crescent City enters the Running back Wilson Miles rambledfor snaps and things like that. We need a \> i
High gridders' last competition still winless,with an CHI record for the a weightlifter, is a strong blocker ac- contest with an 8-1 mark to 170 yards In the Raiders 14-3 win similar type game but we need to ; I
for the year may well be the' season so far. Last week the Tigers cording to the Union coach. Keystone's 2-7 report card. They over Interlachen two weeks ago and capitalize on our opportunities." i|
,toughest for the season also as the were edged 25-14 bjf Hawthorne. The experience and speed that has won't be going to the playoffs by virtue f j
Tigers travel to meet Newberry this 4'N wberry has outstanding speed come together for the Panthers this of their loss to number two ranked '
Friday night starting at 8 p.m.. and they are very aggressive," says season (they returned 18 seniors and and undefeated Jacksonville Holies, '. 'r
Head Union Football Coach Jimmy 14 lettermen from a 44'78 club) has but almost surely will be playing In a r'c'1't!
Newberry is 8-1 for the season and Thomas of the upcoming challengers molded an offense that rang up a 48-0 bowl, game to close their campaign
the Panthers are rated eighth in the "We've got our work cut out for us." 'win over )r.onge last .week, and especially if they can avoid beingfteaiSnsy
p.state class AA football/poll Ihue week Wewberry has two running,backs that" bad r% ...HawtfeernTKeystone -12t.".*.'- : 'Tftdians'fornhtf third" -
Coach Terrell Bass' Newberry club that can run the 100 yard dash In less 40-0, and Trenton bggestthreat year'in a row. Keystone Coach Pete rt ,
is now the top-ranked club In District than 10 seconds. Keith Ross and Mike Defensively, Newberry's Valentino said CC figures to meet i
5-AA but must top the Tigers Friday Natlel will be the two speedsters la ,linebacker Scott Hines, Chiefland in a bowl game.
and hope Chiefland beats Williston Lake Butler will be looking out for, another three year veteran. "He is Of the visitors Valentino said what
the same night in Chiefland to reach according to Thomas. fast, aggressive, and executes real the record shows"They've got a ::1
the state playoffs. Williston's Red Newberry also has plenty of experience well," says Coach/Thomas. real strong<< club, both offensively and
Devils handed Newberry its only loss in the backfield with |M defensively. I'd say defense is really !
27-18 at Williston the first weekend of quarterback Mark Wright and "Newberry wi$probably\'be the their strongest point." '
October. The 'Devils are also 6-1 in fullback Kevin Lewis, both starting beat ball club we Save faced all year. Crescent City started the year with
district play. on the varsity for their third year They have a couple of players that four straight shutout wins over
The Tigers are going Into the game now. Wright is very quick and Lewis, I'm sure colleges are 1 looking at." Tavares Jax Victory Christian
Hastings, and Pierson Taylor anJthen
beat Flagler Palm Coast 12-7
before having its bubble burst by I II
Tornadoes Highlighted Homecoming Bolles 37-0. Since then the Raiders I II
have recorded a winning string of
three games, keeping it alive with a '::; ,
21-14 decision over Daytona Father ,"
.'. With 28-8 Lopez last Friday. ,.
Crowning of VanguardEditor's v I

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note: This story severed'first half drives. The 1-8 season. Only winless Live Oak stands BHSJV Closes :

wa one of that left un Knights won the second half 8-7 as in the way of the break-even mark for ".r;... ';. i
priced during last week' Bradford's benchwarmers got to slide the Tornadoes,'who! were mired at 2-5 ".... ,.., 'ij\lW'''''''V'-i';','- ...I \-1 ."''''I''!.''t$"J.
typesetting equipment in the mud some too. before their turnaround. With 25-6 Win"It 'lfli'.w: J
breakdown.The Fumbles'(14 with seven lost bet. Just as in the win over Buchholzand .
ween the two clubs) and muddy tight loss to Ocala Forest the Tor* A "Special" Shot... t
weather didn't'cooperate but jerseys were plentiful, but spectatorswere nadoes offensive forte was the veer, best ballgame I t tA
probably our
Bradford's Tornadoes at least put a not with the weather reducing option ground attack and again of the was :I wish we had two or three Bradford Special Olympics competitor lakes aim In basketball competition : (
little life into the Homecoming the crowd in both number and noise junior running back Mike Jordan led year under the watchful eye of Florida Gator eager Ken Meranle. '
festivities of Friday,Nov.2, in Starke making the easy win seem leas than a the charge behind blocking led by more That games from Bradford now. High JV Coach Orie motto potted on the wall of the BMS gym during the competlUn read> "Let ,I' "....
with a 28-8 pasting of Ocala Homecoming affair. Even the Tornado Allen Scott on the strong side and Jay Ben Moxley, who watched: his team me. win, but if I cannot win let me be brave In the attempt.'* ..J. ":::::. .'
VThe Tornadoes band was rained out,not playing Griffis to the weak flank. Jordan'' end the season 2-6 with a 25-6 stomping pr.a
who jumped to 4-5 for the game because their uniforms powered for 154 yards on 23 carries of Macdenny-Baker County, ,_ '
with the victory. completely were.soaked in. Friday afternoon's his personal game .. ; ,
dominated the first half of the for with Thursday Nov. 8. Special Olympics Held \
parade.Nevertheless. high the second straight week They us down in the first half \1
mudfest rolling up a 21-0 lead that the Tornadoes wrap- his first 100 yard-plus performance. ((64 at intermission) but we made our
might have been greater had not a ped up their second win in a row and and Story :'- ; I 1
halftime came Mick ..
adjustments at by Motchefta :
couple of Bradford's ,eight fumbles see page 28)flI.MILESTARKflMULTM1LE)
continued on track,towards a .500
back out and moved the ball,"Money' Bradford Middle School was the site of the Bradford County Special Olympics t
continued. basketball competitions last Wednesday, Nov. 8. \
Randy Parado recovered a blockedpunt : This competition kicked off the 1979-80 Florida Special Olympics games,which ) )
in the endzone for a score early end with the state games, June 13-14 in Tampa V'i ,
In the contest to put BUS up 6-0 but the Children from Starke, Hampton, and Brooker elementary school. Bradford \ i .
hosts tied the count late In the half. Middle School and BUS and clients from Volunteers of America Group Living .
Early in the hard period the Baby Home and Sunshine Acres Sheltered Workshop were among the competitors. I 1
Tornadoes pant to grab Events included dribbling,shooting,and free-throw skills and practice games. I 1 l
s : i 4 the lead. Emmett Watkuia. the up- Ken Mcraney,and brothers Quan and Mel Roseboro of the University of Florida r
FIRE STON.78'13 back, took the snap and raced 45 basketball team instructed and encouraged then athletes during the events. ;:. :, "
78-13 E 18.14 e7e.,4 yards for the score. Kenny Bo Griffla' The contestants also enjoyed arts and craft activities sponsored by the Starke: :-: ; f
878.13 I conversion kick made it 13-6. Women's Club and refreshments provided by the Jr.Women's Club.The Kiwanis i, ,
F78.14 U.S.301 N. Starke; Fla.: 818.13 F78-14' Allen put the Tornadoes up Club set-up recreational games Including horseshoes and frisbee throwing. 1 f
"_964-6436 Scott a 48 yard quarterbackkeeper Lunch was provided by McDonald's. I
$2481 $2688 $2788 31"1'PI racing untouched through a First and some second place finishers will now advance to the district Special
hole over the left aide. Olympics basketball competitions, to be held Dec 1 In Ocala. ... j
s Plus FE HI"IIE-MAne Plus FET pia ,"Scott saw that defensive tackle ."All the help we received from various clubs and organizations was greatly ap I i\
FET shUt over and automatlcked the playat 'preciate," said Bradford County Special Olympic' Coordinator Mary Strong..
G78.18 L78.15 SHOCKS 78-14 H18 the KM," Moxley said. 'Their participation was invaluable in allowing the competition to be a rewarding .
78ie -1 < 'L7815G18.14
H18'14. Allen's two yard sneak for a TO and educational success for the children. .
J78:18. 4 Fer'3'o I113tiHid! Q78-18 H78-1 t! .J78-15.; later swelled the lead to.-.). h.I i
Our beck eld did a good job Scott
$3011 $3311 C8IPLmJl8fffUI: 341', $3783 ran the veer well, Emmett ran hard Union County>> Bantam Football .
at, fullback and Kenny Davis and
I'PAEVICE Handy Parado did well switching: off The Occidental Miners Union Perry and Chris.Robert played. excellent
Plum FET Plus FET at taUbacft."Moxley praised."Chuck County' entry In the Lake City Bantam defense.la .
Williams did a good job blocking at Football League lost to Walt's the win over Walt' Henderson \
LUBE, on,CHANGE a FILTE ENGINES STEAMED CLEANED AlICNIENT tight ead,and Charles:: Brown did well Speed Shop 14-7 Monday nI bt. MOT. cored on a 30 yard run of I a faked ;.;
at guard. 12, after topping the same club Saturday field goal attempt and a 43 yard pate ,
u ok.Mastt ,%, $1000 i k. '11.11 "DftinelY !y, Kenny Wright pro- Nov. 3. by a 16-8 count from Tony Jonas,,and kicked a 23 _.." I
bdBSfeMUkd his best game of the at Unreported last week became of yard field goal and extra point to account I
cswgaanL lie had four sacks.year typesetting: equipment failure) InlAb for all of the wieners! points ..: "
COMPUTER BALANCE Safer CftzsaslOH 'TI.E r ; Hoattey also bad words of praise for Qty. On offense;' Charlie Perry Dal + + ,
linebackers Guy Fairish and James In loss Claude "Pee White and Grsyton Jones came
0 ....II Parts a t r .. cyt *22.85 OCvt 20.96'r Jenkins, and secondary coach Wee" Hendwm scored the Miner ,through with good performances for 1
4 TIRES$12 Malachi Henry said the starting only touchdown on*00 yard pass play the Miner while David Waters, Pat, '
8 Cyt.t30.G8 backfleld of Scott Hudson, Brian ,from Dale White. Lee and own deice* Jackson :;
1'bomu. Ricky Sullivao. and Parade Robert Webb David Waters, and played w.U \ '
-did tw beat Job It'. done an year."' Jamie Whitehead played well on offense The Union County team will dose .V i
1 i Thames bad one interception and a 1S. In the losing cause while Pat out hs'season Saturday.Nor. 24,.in, <0., I'.

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:ililing' ((14-24 f 178 yards ) Carries Interlachen Past Indians 21-12 Ibl

: .bomA pkiyp si'afled In* and Bob Strickland. "They did a good'' ..urw.Is r
> Bight and M did InM Job." he said "Overall Grady
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out on top for a 21-13 win over and catching and Steve Corbett ran

Keystone High. very well." ... .-...-.U'. w
Ram quarterback Napoleon Dubois Kenny Jennings who was the 'M ........s.... s
threw scoring strikes of eight 49 and workhorse of the running backs,had a al/Id,. /rww suwi w

21 yards and passed for a two-point fine game too, said ValentIno .C/.... M.i1w/V..A..p.W ...1I.
, four different the of Dubois
to aura Regarding passing LWNw....
I handed receivers to hand Keystone Its Valentino said. "He (Dubois) was an ..,.............. I* N IIis gym'. M Ua
; seventh loss In nine games while the excellent passer with a strong arm. si MM r ? Mawrt

, I Rams record Increased to 5-1. They converted a lot of third and I.O.,.......ftm tt ....-(ltWl....." r'k
It was a valiant effort by the never fourth down plays on passes." .-mn.t...pats...........(O.,e.khk) v
say-quit Indians as they came back Interlachen received the opening ..NHMV I ...M*(10*MM) t w
from a 134 effort in the second kickoff and started its first possession I.-SA4p m rpw....-..(eo-....... f ,
r eau N...ph. WPM(cmore c-_hats
quarter to close the gap to liecond the on its 44 after an 18 yard runback. On -1 1
half. The Indians took the half third and nine at the 45.Dubois'pass
kickoff and steamroUed 54 yards fW. fell Incomplete but Interference was
first down at the Interlachen 10. But called on Keystone.
runs by Jennings picked 10
the offense ran out of steam and failed The penalty gave the Rams a first yards and another first down. up
Ram defense for down at the 40. After the
to penetrate the the Keystone On second and 10 at the Ram 44, A
go-ahead touchdown.: Rams made a first down on a five v .
humor passed to Corbett In the flat 4' '
Interlachen got Ita final touchdown: yard pass and two I'UfIIlor six yards
and he sprinted for 18 yards and a
on Its next possession driving 91 the Keystone defense forced another
first down at the 26. Three
A controversial down. On third down and 12 at the power
yards on 17 plays. key
by Jennings on the right side of
roughing the kicker penalty on fourth 28 another Dubois pass fell In- .t .J.
the line gained 15 yards. Two f '
down at the Ram 30 yard line aided complete but the flag was thrown passes .T .Q. Y.
fell but fourth
Incomplete on down
the drive. Earlier In the game the again for interference to give In- and seven at the 11, Hurner passed to Interlachen's Napoleaa Debris amber 18 .t far right. Keystone last week. He threw for three TD's In tile win I
Rams benefited from two pass Interference terlachen a first down at the 12. A Jeff Stone. He was stopped short of slingshots one of his many passes In the Rams win over
third down staunch effort the defense
on key by
the goal at the one inch line but
plays.Keystone.s. prevented the Rams from scorInand 41. However the for the PAT not the Interlachen 34)) the Rams held onto -
Hurner sneaked it in for the TD on the Keystone a roughing: Jennings run was .
touchdowns were keystone took over at its six yard next play.Sibley's kicker: penalty was called against In good but Keystone had sliced the Ram the ball the remaining 6:56 of the
scored by quarterback David Hunter line.The kick was wide and the terlachen on the punt to give the In- lead to 1312. quarter enroute to their third
on a one-yard sneak and end Sam Indians managed one first score was 13with 3:16 left in the diana new life. From the Interlachen The Rams tried to mount a drive In touchdown.The .
Sibley on a 40 yard pass from Grady down before Sam Sibley punted 47 44, Corbett ran for four yards. On second the final minute of the second quarterbut
Bostick, (who had gathered in pass yards to the Ram 29. half.Keystone's with 50 seconds
kickoff was a perfect on- down at the 40 Hurner passed to Jennings Intercepted for the In- score came
behind the line of scrimmage from The Rama covered the next 61 elder with Jeff Stone recovering for Grady Bostick in tine left flat behind dians. gone In the final quarter.
Hurner). A 10-yard pass to end Jeff yards In 14 plays with Dubois' pass to the Indians at the Ram 43. the line of scrimmage and Bostick After Keystone's initial second half
Stone set up the TD plunge by Hurner. Johnson covering the final eight Interlachen held the Indians to found Sibley all alone on about the 10 drive (highlighted by a splendid fake Each team had the ball two 'more
Scoring the TO's for the Rams were yards. A kick for the PAT was not the in the final 11 minutes but
minus 16 yards on the next three playa yard line for the second Keystonescore. punt with Steve Corbett running times
Cornelius Clayton (eight yards). good. to set up fourth down and 26 from the ball 21 yards from the Keystone 49 to neither could score.
Richard Johnson (49 yards), and The first quarter came to a close
Jamey Oliver ((10 yards). Tight end during the Ram drive and the Rams
Jarvis Guthrie caught the two point led 6-0 with 10:11: remaining the second -

conversion Dubois' passing from DuboU.barrage netted the period.Key plays.of the Ram drive Included Tornadoes 28.8 Win Made Homecoming Specialfrom ----- I

Rams 178 yards on 14 completions in three clutch pass completions on
24 attempts. Keystone's Kenny Jenn third and long situations. The final
ings intercepted one Ram aerial. one was for the touchdown.In ( page IB) OAJM Arena and Jordan barrelled through a hole ball at the Knight 46. They took it in

Keystone's passing attack led by less than three minutes the Rama Mike burst 26 yards for the Tornadoesfirst .VANGUAID .htse.... Pi/AS.olo just as sizable on the left side for 26 for their final score.
Quarterback David Hurner included another six the II yards and the touchdown with 5:30: togo On fourth and four Hamilton swept
put points on score and crossed from the two .. ......**..rfn.i .- i
14 completions out of 21 attempts withno Scoreboard after Keystone failed to late in the second to BHS IM ,..-. M Kenny Clark, who continued his for five and a first down. Two plays
interceptions. make a first down following the 21-0 at halftime.: period In between put Ed ..,... ..--_- ...... near perfect kicking with a four for later he took a pitch from Goodge and ;
Leading ground gainer for kickoff. up ward Hamilton scored on a fumble S-Its... -p.A,. Fs.H 1 a. four conversion effort,toed the first of tossed a 23 yard pass to Jonathon on I
Keystone was tailback Kenny Jenn- Starting at the Ram 43, Dubois recovery covering the ball In the .."",...&.eo w his extra points to make it 70. the halfback option. A clipping penalty I
ings with 104 yards on 23 carries. passed for eight yards. Cornelius Knight end zone When teamate John Vanguard gave BUS its chance fora on the play made it stand as just an I
"It was another disappointing loss Clayton then got behind a Keystone Bennett fumbled at the Vanguardfour VAMOVAM ....- second score when the wet ball eight yard gain but on fourth and 20 i
for us." said Keystone Coach Pete defender on the next play to haul In after a 28 yard dash. ..!.><.MUOKMO.Mf4.iv>(Cter kfct) UF*?.M squirted free from Lambia Kinsler Jordan broke an option sweep down I
Valentino. "I felt like our personnel another pass for a 49 yard TO. For the game the Tornadoes totaled ..dtsV..tM, m..M .._(CM kick) and Into the arms of Hildebran at the the left side for 36 yards to the Knight I
was just as good but we were The kick for the PAT was good and 47 and ..w.4.I... nut(CtoHl/ kkh) 32 On first down Bennett. nine yard line.Goodge was sacked for /
249 stripes on ground attempts _. Knit
outplayed." Interlachen led 13-0 with a:15 left In added 36 yards on Hamilton's tw-for- V-i.rmi !.It..H-..fmtt_Ira haw*Mint Mjmlll.il(./.il(.Oak r n Valentino said the two turning the half. two halfback display. right side. He nearly fell at the 16 but the Hamilton to Johnson flea flIcker ,
points of the game occurred in the second The remaining moments of the second BUS' margin pass to 28-0 with 3:04 regained his balance taking the ball again fooled the Knights. Johnson i
half when the Indians drove in- quarter belonged to Keystone as to go in the game grew when Hamilton pit- The Bradford secondary so pleased to the four before losing in a colli- was wide open at the four and turnedto
side the Ram 10 but failed to score a the Indians displayed character and a ched a 13 halfback: pass to Jonathon Coach Mike Hartley that he sion. The ball squished out from score easily.Vanguard's .
go ahead touchdown and secondly: flghtin' spirit to score their two Johnson. Finally with 1:40: to go nominated the starting foursome as under Clark in the end zone but only tally came right
the roughing the kicker penalty touchdowns of the game. Vanguard's passing game, which backs of the week. He had no answer Hamilton was on the spot, covering after Bradford's final score as Sims
against Keystone on the Ram s third After Steve Corbett made fine garnered 128 yards for the night but for how they would split the meal the soggy pigskin for six points with suddenly found room in the Tornado
TD drive. kickoff: return of 16 yards to the 33,the wasn't effective until Bradford s starting McDonald'.glves to the players of the 4:36 still left in period one. secondary He hit a wide open Greg
The Keystone coach complimentedhis Indians began their eight minutes of secondary started taking tripe to week award winners after each "Hamilton played heads up football Tuck for 17 and then 33 yards to the
defensive front of Jeff Smith, Walt glory. Jennings went 13 yards off the bench, keyed the visitor's only game. all night" Hurse assessed. "He was Tornado IS. A five yard penalty moved -
Boney Scott Adams, Daniel Hughes tackle for a first down at the 46.Three score. QB Chad Sims threw to Zink "For those four (Mike Teston, In on three" tackles for the kicking the ball to the 10 and Sims then
Barnes for 10 yards to spoil Brad- Richard Smith. David Sparks and team too. found Barnes in the endzone with 1:40:
--- After Bradford fumbled the ball showing. Kinsler squeezed across the
ford's shutout bid. Barry Thomas) as a group it was
over to the Knights at the BItS 39 line for the two point conversion.
Until the Knights late aerial march their best game Hartley said.
SOlin a Iaat At Ba.rB Q the Tornado defense had nearly com- "Barry was making his first start of Kinsler busted a first down run off left
pletely bottled up the Knights, the year end did a real good job. I tackle for an apparent 35 yard scoring
especially in the first half. Vanguard think Vanguard only passed for 30-39 play. infraction! the line official said a
managed just 30 yards on 27 ground yards when those four were In thereas holding helped the Knight'stop
ti Turkeys For Your Holiday attempts for the game, minus two a group." back get to the endzone and the
play was called back. On the next .n S l1 :,:
stripes before halftime. That coupled Eight layers saw action In the rq .' I
I1' 6 ,Pleasure/ with paltry 19 yards in the air in the young Tornado secondary. Six of play Kinsler fumbled to Reddish. .. '. )I' "" rrIi i! ril/ :!/1I''llq-UII !t '
BHS the clincher the board
l first half gave Vanguard totals of only those are underclassmen. put on
.n '6 Turkeys & Hams 13 yards and one first half before )in "Everybody got to play in the after the fumble, scooting 51 yards on 28-0 to Macclenny
rn '-, termission.With game that's a good thing for team 11 runs with Jordan doing most of the
Smoked toPerfection the Issue settled the Tornadoes morale,"Hurse said. roadwork and getting the score on a
.. substituted freely both offensivelyand It's also nice to win a Homecoming: two yard slant behind Scott at right Macclenny stopped Bradford
defensively In the second half and game he added something Bradford tackle.: The last three runs of the drive High's freshman 284) Tuesday night
Vanguard's'effectiveness and slat's hadn't done in three years prior to came straight up Scott's back as the Nov. 6, In the season finale for the 9th
picked up. Friday night's victory, 238 pounder known as "Fat Albert"bulldozed grade Tornadoes.
"I felt like we did a real real good "We were not as sharp as we were holes. After scoreless first quarter the
Job,"said BITS Defensive Coordinator against Buchholi but really that was "Allen] Is gonna be a great loss for young Wildcats took control In the second
Any Size Mike Sexton. He asked what to be expected;* Hum continued. us (as a graduate), He can block any quarter to end BHS' year at (04.
SONNY Vanguard's total ground yardagewas "Buchholz was such a big game for tackle we'll face one-on-one. I mean "The first quarter was a tough
and replied"See,that's barely the kids, and Vanguard had just won anybody" Hurse said Monday. defensive battle but in the second
yard a carry. It seems like we replaying one ballgame. There was bound to be Vanguard got its only first down of quarter our defense got a little lax,we
$500 the kind of ball now that we'd a letdown. the Initial half late, on a 15 yard jump started arm tackling" said BHS 9th
have wanted to be playing all year. "We've started to piece things pass from Sims to Barnes but Reddish grade coach Malachi Henry, "It was
"Frank Swindell played real good together now and the kid's attitude dumped Kinsler for a 10 yard loss on closer than the score Indicated but
ballgame! under a lot of pressure and and confidence Is much better. It's a the next play and Swindell pressured fumbles and interceptions hurt us."
Kevin Reddish played well too those shame we have an open week this Sims' third down pass try. Late In the game the freshman Tornadoes -
I Let Us Cater two shared the lineman of the week week (last week). We'd be confident The Knights started the second half drove from their 45 yard line
) award for us." playing anybody on our schedule: with a 55 yard march: to the Tornado to the Baker Co. 4 but fumbled away
The pressure Sexton talked of for now... Eastside Gainesville High, 13 as Sims hit two passes totaling 41 the "opportunity. After a Macclenny
Your Holiday Dinne Swindell was Immense. His mother any of 'em." markers. On first and 10 from the 13 punt Bradford went on the march
died Thursday night but the Tornado BHS set the tempo early when Jor Kinsler fumbled again and Sparks again but the clock ran out on.the
junior told the coaches he wanted 19 dan sloshed for 10 yards on his first grabbed the ball for BHS. locals' scoring chance.
play in Friday night's game: two carries for a first down. But the BHS fumbled back to Vanguard at Henry praised the play of running
"I was surprised as anybody when first of BUS' fumbles helped stop the the 17 but the Knight chance went out back Curtis Jones, and quarterbacks
EAT---OR-TAKE- he said he wanted to play... but he first series and a partially blocked the window when Tornado end Jimmy Vince Culverson and Barry Johnston;
definitely played an inspired football punt set the Knights up at the Tornado Wright dumped Milton Busby for a who ran out of the shotgun offense
IN s --T game," Tornado Head Coach David 36 yard line. seven yard loss on a reverse. some. Defensively he said linebacker
ann 4' Hurse said of Swindell's decision That scare didn't last long as Mike Bradford's offense began to bog John Bennett played well, and Larry
Defensively the BHS tackle charts Teston robbed a Sims pass for his fifth down but Vanguard was stuck deep in Long had his best game of the year at
were again led by Danny Hildebran. Interception of the year. Teston's 32 its own territory and Smith came up monster back."Overall .
Real AI BarB who recorded nine stops and three yard rollback put BITS at its 40 and with BHS' second Interception late in the freshman gained lot
Q assists from his linebacker slot Sex- the Tornadoes took just two plays the third period.On of game experience, and learned a lot
ton also praised the work of soph' from there to take the lead. Bennett Vanguard's ensuing possession about their positions. They'll be''
Bruce Rehberg who worked the entire :. sprinted through a huge gap in the Reddish smelted out a draw play for a prepared to. go up and play for the JV
23LLTEM/LEEIE. 964-8340 $TastFLUIU second half at defensive end. right side for 34 yards to the Knight 26 loss of five and the Tornadoes took the next year; Henry concluded.


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open their cage season Tuesday night, KEYSTONE past years.
20 with perennial clans: AAA Prereaseafalerrlower :'>. familiar faces: back la the uniforms son bad started practice with UvsJTpr-
tray High in the Blue Devil's Derrick Carr N Jr but a new coach: will be on the bench nadoes this season but suffered a mild I
own Thanksgiving Invitational! in Eddie Dyal b11 81' and DM players have new lessons to heart attack two weeks ago moving
Green Cove Springs Chris deBldisco .I-a 81' 4r be learned as they open their '7 80 Sexton back to the bench. .
The Indiana and -Devils Kirk Hallowell ? Jr : t : season against Orange Park Tuesday Sexton does Inherit an experienced:
play the 'f k' i > X19 _ _ _
night 20 in the ballclub
final first round game at 8 p.m. Tues:. Money Cr.vy I-a 81' Clay High though one experienced
day night Herbert Horn W 80 Thanksgiving Tournament la Green through .... Last year the Tee- 1.,
Indian coach Ron Brummitt Vincent GagJIo a 1-1 Jr Cove Springs nadoes struggled to a 6-19 record "
this year's Keystone squad.paints a bigClarkStovail "I' Jr 'V y ', Garaetime is ,.m. In the Tug senior mark since 1971 yeah only one
ger, more Imposing club: than the 8-14 John Mathis bib Jr four first round tourney games finishing up the
edition of 1978-79, but savs Keith Jones W 81' rid,. The top four: scorers and re-
guard play could : KHHS strong Robert Taylor "I' Jr Mik* Sexton returns to the helm of bounders from that club: return and a
carry early
on. David Stancll 8d 81' rY BUS basketball this year after concorps: of young talent baa moved up to
"There's no doubt that we're bigger Clayton Isaac N Jr ,' eentraUng on football while Warney press the holdovers for playing spots
than last year" Brummitt noted I I 1 Artkinton steered the Tornado cagers Sexton's realizes the experience Is

he eyed a practice: session Monday.as _" '',........... fence hem wary that the ex 8
"But. the big kids don't have the experience yet.they need htJ ,, ,\ ; "" 'IU : last ;year may not
much much under of slyle.
mean as a new style play-bis
get accustomed to our style of ball. When they do we
might play four big fella's with Just one guard towards the I;j. "Yeah there's people with game experience, but'they're ;
end of the season. For now though his experience lies in aU struggling a little right now learning a new.,
the backcourt. ,I system" Sexton said after his fifth practice session with

"Hey, we're gonna have six or seven good guards" the the team Monday. "You've got to realize that Coach
Indian coach said. "We'll have depth everywhere... with Adklnson and I have different styles of coaching the game
no real I standouts but guard is where we're awfully and these players are having to learn things completely
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deep." \ different from what they were doing last rear. It's tough
The; guards will have to make up for the biggest loss fad tI"!' '5 :....;. on 'em, but they're all working hard at tt.v
ing Brummitt. the graduation of his son Marc who '"' t"r, 1" And what is Sexton's style of coaching? In his own

averaged 21 points per game high for Keystone, and second M Junior Der tfa.fa.s fa. Tornado seniorwords transition is the key word.
: high in the Gainesville SUN' list of area pointrick Carr IsKeystone' s I keep harping on is the transition game going j
producers. atKeystone Edward Hamilton from offense to defense, from defense to offense," Sexton
Is .1e.per.mI Inbegin.. In explaining his basketball rules to live by."You're .
at guard Is the second leading 78 scorer-Eddie returning re
Dyal, a 5-11 senior who crashes: the boards when tie's not bounder. competitor. continually going from offense to defense and ;
handling the ball or shooting, and 5-9 Junior Kirk back hurriedly. We'll try to work with that to get the quick

Hallowell. Dyal averaged 14 points per game last,:year bucket off a tiierolher rem to get easy
with a 29 point outburst against Mailings. defense to prevent guy getting the
Of Hallowell Brummitt says "There no doubt about bucket on us.
the fact: that he's our most Improved player. He's got one "So many times I've seen people get the easy basket off
of the softest shots around."I I a the Jump ball or a free throw,... and if you don't make
expect that between he, and Dyal and Cravey they'lloffset the transition on defense you give up the bucket.
any loss of scoring we'll have (without Marc Brum 1 senior guard Eddie Dyal takes a swipe at a lay>p by Derrick.Carr "To me that's It in a nutshell,"he concludes.
mitt)." during Monday's basketball workout at the Indian gym Does he have the people to run the fast-action: ,pressure

Cravey is a 6-2 wing man in the Indiana swing offense defense game he likes?
who scored at a 12 point per game clip last year, with 28 "I'm thinking the quickness Is there to run it," he
"I think when understand the we'retrrlng
against Jax Episcopal. answers. they game
Another late season '78 starter who returns is 6-4 junior JkL to'flay the quickness: that's there will start to show.
Derrick Carr. Carr averaged eight points per game last Kevin Reddish 1 we'll be real good early In the year but the
year after moving up from the Junior varsity and was the Kirk Hollowell led the 'rr-7 JVs potential is there. I think one day it'll be like walking' into
number two rebounder behind graduated Nathan Rund. Is called by his with nearly IS a room and the lights come on... all of a sudden they II be
Also back with some varsity experience is 6-2 senior coach the most ..tots and eight, able to see it,, Right now though we're still earching.

Chris deBidisco. Improved Indian ., rebounds,
1yt\tiv per
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Adding strength at guard are John Mathis, a 5-10 Junior player. .; ? p"!.. man contingent: hi busy
transfer from Oklahoma who Brummitt says "has all the i if scrambling through the fast-paced
skills to help us a lot", Clark Stovall. another 5-10 Junior. tPI f u'' workouts. Workouts dominated by
BRADFORD CO. drills that stress the outlet pass and ) .
who "has the longest set shot of anybody here" according to Brummitt, and 6-0 Preseason Roster fast breaks. Seniors looking to pay
senior Keith Jones, known as "the lea per" for his dunking abilities. Kevin MIller M Sr some dues owed from last season are
Up front, Bronx transfer Vincent Gaglio, 6-7 Jr., and sophomore Herbert Edward lIad"II Sr Kevin Miller Frazier Bass,. Ed .
Home gave the Indians a transfusion of height. Charles Lee 62rrodllolU Jr Hamilton'and Curtis Shell all "78-79" ,
"This is the first time we've had this kind of height around here, Brummittsaid yrpnr 'rM', : hylS MFrailer Sr starters and Fred Hollis. Charles
as he viewed the Indian workout. "We've got an awful lot of people who can S ?'y j Bass 6-8 Sr Lee a junior also returns after closing :
stuff it, if stuffing the ball was rebounding we d be tough. Curtis Shell 64 Sr the year with the vanity _
"People are going to have to rebound with us. Clay's going to have to get on the Kevin Reddlnh "I' Jr Miller Is a 6-4 center who led'the ,
boards with us Tuesday night, and that's not going to be as easy for them as they Michael Robinson 6-2 80 club in both scoring and rebounding :;.
r might think" Brummitt continued. "Our guys like the inside stuff so I don't think W } N'PV c. Dwayne McBride M Jr with 11.2 and 6.8 per game norms last r, ,
there going to be Intimidated. ? .. ,," '. 1 Wove Marks .545.Jr., year also topping BIIS Infield goal B2
i -go'over there Green Cove) and;freeze up against">'em pretty f t Dnwlel PM...,. ... s4' .Jr' 'v ... '
easily-playing in that monstrosity gym and everything But I don't,think this K8T1F.-. ,t"-o $-,'., "'So shootingESfl flSW'(' ,
bunch will freeze up. Kenneth CooperHahert 62St Jr 54 guard, was the second high scorer '
"We know Clay's tough. They're probably not as strong as they have been over ,\ .' Berry. W Jr at 8.2 and led the squad!hi assists.The
the past few years but certainly in there place they will Be.They generally don Kevin Randolph h Jr higb-leapIngIlamUtonC5-IUcameon: ::
have any guys playing football now, and they've been playing all summer. late in the year to average 6.2 points
They'll probably also take us a little lightly and that's our advantage." and 4.3 boards per outing while Shell "v
Brummit will stay with the Indian offense he's run over the years-the swing C6-0)) contributed six points and 3.6 rebounds )
offense-and doesn't try to hide thai: fact. I Iwl per game. \
"We'll fast break some too, probably more than any other year because of our Lee and a group of underclassmen give Sexton much more depth than last '
guards but the fastbreak Is determined by how many times you turn the ball year's team had. ,
over on it," Brummitt said. MO Junior Kevin Reddish led the junior varsity in both scoring (14,9) and re "
Defensively Keystone will witch around," Brummit said. "We'll run some bounding ((8.0) last year, closing hot with two 32 point perfomances. while S-9 ?
man-to-man but mostly will run a lot of matchup zones, we've got the personnel guard Dwayne McBride another Junior, was second in both categories and led In "
to run zones." assists. for the Baby Tornadoes. 6-2 sophomore Michael Robinson is good enough
Of the Clay Thanksgiving tourney the Indian cage boss said "we want to use that Sexton says 'he'll be able to help us right away." 6-1 sophomore Kerry ,
the tournament to get us just as prepared as we can for the conference (Florida Fisher has little game experience; but he and 6-2 junior Kenneth Cooper also... .-G::
Crown) season. Our conference games get started fairly early in December and could: strength to the Tornado varsity. *as. ''at' ",
we want to be ready" "We're just going to keep working at It, and for this Thanksgiving tournament '.""):
Offering a preseason look at the season to come Brummitt said, "There's still a As we'll just go out and play our game" Sexton said. "I never mention what other : : 1J; I
lot of question marks as far as the transfers go and people from football, but I fell people are going to do because we don't want to change what we do. We're trying! .< .t ';
pretty comfortable. I think this team Is the type that as time goes on they'll get -I soph Kerry Fisher gets an easy shot off the fast break In practice Monday to be effective with our pressure type of defense and the things we want to do on '"1 FI
tougher and tougher. I like to see that." : as Tornado teamates Kevin MUler,,Frailer Bass and Hubert Berry look on. offense whether the other guy is playing zone or man to man,or whatever. I've
always felt like if they could: get me to change my game... they've got me." r
Sexton's philosophy was last reinforced in the seasons dating from 1972-1976! ,;
when the Tornadoes won four straight district titles under his direction The. ;
I KHHS Girls Look to Follow in Footsteps of 3 Region Champs 73-74 club fashioned a 23-4 mark and advanced all the way to the class AAA -.J# .
semifinals before falling to state champ West Palm North Shore and th,< :74-75 .it" ;
,team ended 22-4. I f
The Lady Indian basketball team ofKey.tone r I, ? ., ,- '
High has quite a tradition to ." :" : '
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live up to as it opens its 197940 campaign ",!II ..( '
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Tournament Wednesday night Sign-UpsforStarkc Youth asketballSet..( I

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Englewood Wednesday night at 9 p m. a Registration for the Starke Recreation a.m.-6:30 p.m. or at the Pratt St. I
A win there will insure them of two Department's youth basketball center from 3-5 p.m. each weekday.
more games-the first almost certainly leagues for 6-16 year olds is UDderPlayers also must attend one of the ,
against host Orange Park, a class way continuing until November 30. following clinics: ....Noy.28 or Dec. '
AAAA state tourney participant last There will be three leagues,divided 3, 9-13-Nov. 29 or Dec. I
season. That second: round game is Tor' 6-6 year olds 9-12 and 13-16 all, 30 or another date to be announced':
scheduled for Friday night at 7 p.m. free of charge. Players' can: register Games start .!: \
The finals are slated for 9 p.m. Saturday either at the Old Armory from 8:30: Armory i
night, with a consolation: game
set for 7 p.m. between the two Friday ,. 1.
night losers. Also in the tourney are J(1."I t-J '
Paxon Raines Sandalwood, Bishop Hop onesPerformer I'
son of Jacksonville.KHHSaCoach ""I. "
Kathleen Boatwright '. .... i \
thinks her latest club: has the talent to : .. ,, f

follow In the footsteps of Its r'.''' ...", .
predecessors but-"So many things .. '. "
Christmas.'J .
decide how a basketball season turns ,.
out," she says, quickly inserting a N
line of caution in her preseason ,1 unwNYPII .
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evaluation. '
The Lady IndIana include seven a Uh 1. .:;.1// "
seniors from last year's 21-5 Region
championship: club. Three of them.. I
Sandra Norwood, Barbara Wilson il1..a--a.' ,
and Kathy Redfern,were starters last ,.:11",.. "
season. The other two starters are These seven seniors form the nucleus of the Keystone Redfera, Belinda Fowler .
collegtately-Annette High School girls b..letballteam out to defend the District Back r w.I I. to r.. Beth Walrath. Sandra N........ Betsy '.
Walker now playing the 78-79 leading scorer is at add Region titles the school has won three seasons .in a row, Boatwriicht. and Terri Mohr. ,a-.'. I..{
Santa Fe CC. and Mary Pacey will,, They are front row left to right Barbara Wilson X.thy' .

play for Central Florida CC of Ocala.Rounding ,... I "'\
out UM senior seven are overlooked Tuesday's afternoon said of her long bench. 'Til nave eight "We'll have a week off after tee tout. < 'I, I"
Beth Walrath. Betsy Boatwright workout. "1 hate to say that before the or nine people that could: play first nament so it gives us a chance to correct M ..
Terri Mohr, and Belinda Fowler. season but.., well 111 ,just say we team. That's why I don't plan: to have .'tbe: mistakes we'll, mak* ,,
Gainesville P.K. Yonge knocked: the have the potential to be real good. a starting lineup. I'll just rotate : ":f">' I. "W.,
Keystone girls out of the playoff picture "You just can't tell. Last year was them... based ,on, their perfor. f
one step from the state tournament supposed to be a building year and it mances.. KEYSTONE:Girls, ,J, -. 'i'., -
last season, winning the Sectional turned out so much better than we anticipated. While the graduated Walker was Varsity Roster ,:.t* .;;.f :
title game. In 1978 the Keystone ." the top regular season scorer it was Beth WaJratli M Sr .. 'k:
,. ,' girls also won district and region The seven seniors combined with Norwood (&-11) who led Keystone in Barbara Wilson M 8r.l\ '. 6YL.Yw1ldwAalYr .
titles before falling i to the sectionals{ llth grade''holdover Stephanie its march through the 'playoffs last Sandra NorwMd11 SK. .. : MibyMwlY ,YYMM.IM '1,'
while the 1977 squad, Boatwright Wheeler and Angela Henderson season. Sandra ended with a 12 point Kathy Red,.. S-6 r'' .rroa.vwM..wLlprMn r.war ws ._rs..lrrr..r ut
first at KHHS. advanced all the way Jacksonville Wolfson transfer Karen per gama average' lot,the year and 'Ddl'Boatwrl&ht, i:i ...* ..Sr* '4... rrr..lrarir.-rw......- .Ir.foss.+rr+tw. !+S ", '' \
to the state tournament placing second Smith and JV graduates Sharon led the squad with 11 rebounds. per Terri Motu' ''lot Sr' "' 01- .MU.wnw ,, ''' &.
among all Florida AA schools. Walrath and Becky Rund..lYe contest BcUadaF wler S-T Sr.StepfaaaJle 1/010.-/. ._.._ ,r, ,,1"<,,\' .:
It'. a tough KT.stone. wealth of depth. "We, look for her to Wheeler M 'In8m1<' ---------.---. i; "
- "Wa'va got theWexpelence. If we We have more competition at each scorer,"Coach Boatwright predicted Karen S4 Jr -. The 4...
can all stay together as a team this position than we've ever had and I "In the Thanksgiving tournament ,Angela Henderson4 Jr ( :"J ,_ "
could b* the finest season we've ever think that's one thing that's going to we 'juat' expect to get some ex Sharon Walrath > M .tea ,,, ..lJ/I,
had." Boatwright said as she make us hter." Mrs. BoatwrWht patience" Boatwrfcht offered. Becky Rand ML ,...

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"We bad a real good week of practice ,.'\?,-.;m"Its **s>45 yard toe, after a five .V aS MM SSkUW SRM7 AoBBMn OB a sever tor ftre yard up the middle then on:

and I thought we were ready to yard Infraction: against Hawthorne. wr ....' abscond H.r0 tfemqMlM the Mowing play McDowell hit for U

wtn," said Head Union High Football Union got the I ball and made slow I*..8awtborrl4 held ...up the mtddlefora ftrstdown atiD.17

Coach Jimmy Thomas after progress behind the running of tomMM wWA-sftogohi tile second: yard line Then Shipley added

Hawthorne slipped 25-14 over the Shipley Varnes and Bobby '*osby The extra point kick WM noMMtiMtr ajtattter: 11 yards up the middle for

Tigers last Friday night In but ran out of downs and bad to punt Pd- another tint down, now at the six

Hawthorne.It from the Hawthorne 49 yard lino. The leArn WM able to score durfew > yard line of the Hornet

was perhaps one of the best Terry McDowell punt put Hawthorneon / KM remainder of the first batf.SUteo Shipley pushed the ban to the two

games the Tigers have played this the 12 yard line. ,Nl Batter put together a food :yard line on the drat\ down play, then
year. This was the first game that On first down quarterback Tyrone y ) :Tlef delve .d Va. opening of the second Vases finished It.up on a two yard

Union scored over one touchdown In a Anderson was sacked by Donald 4 3; ) aatf. Ua M got Un ball at the 40 yard breakup the middle for the tWteaehdown. '

game and the score was the closest of Jones for a two yard loss.Lock hit for Una of LaU Butter and moved to tile Varnes tried to hit John

any. all year. one yard on the next play but broke arA W yard JiM of the Hornet. before Wood for the two point conversion,

The toes pushed the Tigers down to lose for 88 yards and the first ;' conning. .nt flf downs and punting.Hfewiaorra but It fell Incomplete and the Tigers

an 0-0 wkn-loss record with Just one touchdown of the game on the next was unable to nov the were behind lv-14 with.:10 left In the

more game left against Newberry bait on the next series and bad to turn game.'
away. PThe extra point kick attempt bY.Barry Ht b.ll back ever to the TIpn at till Hawthorne madl the last score

Hornet running back Willie Lock Hutchinson was no good and a yard line. after driving all the way from its own

was the biggest asset for Hawthorne Hawthorn held a 6-0 lead with 4:34 Ili union moved the bail into SO)'ardUDe. down to the Tiger 20 yard

piling up 233 yards on the ground In 24 minutes left in the first period. 1't I Hawthorne territory at the '44 yard line. On a fourth down play at the 30,

carries. Lock scored two touchdownsfor Union got the ball after the kick but KB*, facing a aecond down altuatien. Lock sprinted around left end. .broke

Hawthorne, one an 89 yard run was unable to the move to ball enoughto On DM play, Union attempted quick lose and made It to the goal line for

around right end and the other a 20 sustain a drive and was forced to pitch i* too backfield but Hornet the last score of the night which put

yarder around left end. punt from midfield. waa the middle and Hawthorne safely In front 39-14 with
snagged band
"Aa the game progressed we did not The punt put the Horneta at the 23 the ran in tile fJIId. Just seconds loll The extra point kick

get through the clocks and make the yard line kea fin: down. tons for another Hawthorne attempt was no-good, leaving the

tackles with Lock running against the s Unable ep a drive going, the defenders Hawthorne wldeout& Barry Hutchinson near the kMIchd wn. Tbe Hutchinson kick was score at OV14.
grain" says Coach Thomas. "The Hornets attempted a fake punt on sidelines.Tiger snare good and 2:15 Hornet went in rent Union was unable to get anything

play would l be running one way, then fourth down but Tiger defensive 14 with left In the third period. in the little time remaining In

Lock would break the other way and tackle Jimmy Norman recovered a Lake Butler got the ball at the 83 going game and Hawthorne ended up-*
the This fumble in the backfield to the scrlmage line. On second down the punt at the 33 yard line of the after
run against grain. was or biggest give yard lute the Hornet kick, and winning host
problem hi the game." Tigers the balljta scoring position at Varnes attempted a run up the middle Horneta. behind the running of Varnes and

Lynn Shipley and Ed Varnes were the 29 yard line of the Horneta. with no success, then on the next play Varnes hit for two yards on first Crosby. moved the ball down to the -.o.Rdk.IRflee0 .
for Varnes the moved the ball to within two inches of down then broke for 12 more yards on MMVTIMMMiM
the leading ground gainer Union Two quick runs by up Hornet 32 yard line. On the fourth
both getting about 70 yards. Vames middle moved the ball down to the 16 the goal line with fourth down facing the next play to move the ball to the 47 down play Varnes bit for two yard M IMtr V/..S.ida/DS.w -Ie

carried the ball 17 times and Shipley yard line with a first down. Shipleyput the Tigers. yard line with a first down. On the over right tackle but It WM not quite ....... .M
in his two cents worth on the next Varnea busted over right tackle for first down play. Shipley was headed r the first down and MPY.MN.** .!...

21.Hawthorne received the opening play and broke for 13 yards around the Tiger touchdown then fan up the up the middle and the ball war Jarred ,enough took over at the 21 yard .i... -.i >iniiit rd a.w i
kickoff which was downed at the right end for another first down at the middle on the two-polDt conversion to lose Hawthorne recovering the tunehie line.

Hornet IS yard line. The Hornets three yard line. put the Tigers in front H. with 9:15: at the 47 yard line. The Hornet put together running UNMMCe.mwniofaei ...... ..

made one first down then ran out of Crosby, at the quarterback spot, left in the first half. The Hornets moved the ball down to drive headed by Lock to move the 5135-N
Hawthorne the the 22 yard line with runs from Lock H laok a*.*.ran(fck*/*** )
and tried the middle first The Tigers on ball the of
downs on the next series were a keeper up on to 44 yard line the Tiger. --IY--I)
forced to ount. Lake Cur! tnok over down but was stopped at the first drive after the kick and received then on a second down play HutchinUNEAY'S before running Into a fourth down ItMAJUaMa..\MM tnM IteMkleaM Pllall fal**)

situation. Anderson attempted a double II'Alk.44...---C--I)
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F reverse pan,but it fell Incomplete: tt-iea M...ra.(rid Idled)
and t Tigers took over at the 44 yard

Two run*by Shipley and McDowell, NOWrtthaOffkaShaf
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE and a IS yard call against the Hornets )

moved the bail to the Hornet. 33 yard HOW.Call tC.mpld. ..

line with a first down. ........
On the first down play Shipley hit Hallmark. C.rd..nd Gifts.


I. e '* e e e Obituaries e o e e I IJolla


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)k.n.: .., W.Prather 7. died Saturday Nov. lOt In" a
/t'! John W. Prather 74, of Temple City Gainesville hospital! after a brief 11-

it} Call/, died Oct. 4 In Methodist! ..
CLASSIFIED 'SECTION. -(. Hospital Arcadia. Calif. of
'. > She Is survived by her husband
,., .:s-; Born in Northern Mexico, Mr. Everett C. Wheeler; a daughter Mrs.

'r.tr Prather came to Starke in 1829. He Linda Gorman! Gainesville! Ga.; a

.. was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.( son, Mr. Ron Wheeler. Mandarin; 3

,.. Prather also time Starke residents: sisters, Mrs. R.E. Norris Mrs. tLZ.Christenaen .
and was the brother-in-law of and Mrs. Irene Lamb; 3
Mrs. Louise Rentier. He was a retired grandchildren and several nieces and
Swedish Masseur in the Health Salonof nephews.

the Jonathan Club In Los Angeles Funeral arrangements were made

Shop The Sun's Classified 'section and later the San Gabriel Country by Hardage-Krauss Funeral Home in
Club, and was a member of the Temple Jacksonville. .
I City Methodist Church.Survivors ,

include; his wife, Fenella

very day fr., great shopping valu.es. Snyder Prather native of Starke; one Mrs.Eva N.Ray 74

.. .... .. '.1, daughter Mrs. Anita Cash: Shadow Mrs.Eva N. Ray.74,died Thursday
... ,. ', ., I.. .. 1t .,., ., . .__. '., t Hula Calif; one son, Harvey .W.,.., r :morni & N"'y 8;fa the North Florida
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; t, "' .1,"" Pratber. Lansing;Mich.; one sister Regional HosTpitat In GalnesviUerBorn

'.. Mrs. Helen Burgett. Mt. Dora, Fla.; had 1905 in Atlanta. Ga..
.". '. \ three grandchildren and one great Mrs. Ray lived in Fairbanks, for
: : granddaughter. the past 13 years coming here from

Burial was in Glendale Memorial Waldo where she had resided for

Cemetery Glendale Calif. many years working as a nurse at

copy CENTIR PU OUt LEGAL S'IPfTARY'' MECHANIC Sunland Training Center and Alachua

Unlvor ltv Conv Confor Ito experienced In lllo.uon fc f.mlIvUw. NNd.dO' hloh yolum* InllOrtceOv General Hospital,retiring in 1968. She
(no for fnoflvofotf, p rvo> IiMll S.Urvtotl2ooo' ..3'0' r..or thop. C.- 37N4 Loree Wheeler was a member of the Waldo
m.chlns/d/.M vrlnllnw) n ''OLY arowlno.tlm n..d lull .
and coov ordor Wo will' trolrtOovondobJify mim' lar s rftclarv NON/SfCS. Methodist Church. :
and Iniototivom i t MEAT CUTTER .. Mrs. Loree 09 of
conwn n ur with bill Wheeler Melrose Survivors include husband
: her
Mt Lone trim ooparlwnlfy/ torfho /rmrdl.N.1lObWMn1,35 yf6. tv Inquire wtmtn' tit NW 1O Ave, ;
.rloM, oorsonts. Fun tlmo* .Mp.rlnc reoulred CHI for lIte..L ESTATE contcMny tookIna Jesse L. ; daughter Yvonne
';'.) In.... 1O7O. W. Unlvorl. openeppl.lanerlN...... I"> 262'0. lor limos Individual C. Fryer, Winter Haven; one step
roc atlonKt -
( portmvnt man.Nme01.
AeuIY In porwon botw noon.Mon.frl .c.II. ..tlna work for crtlv* .nd sales..larv! F son, J. Pat Came, Atlanta Ga.:. a
I n u an w sUSE liinoT beolnner. 17*o/tir. Col labAction. commlmftlon. Send return toDoot FLORIDA
/N DEL'VERY RS >N I. full P 1103. Sun Drawer A. half-sisters Edith Drawdy and Mabel
CFA rush/ICa11ofS. S.l rv cMvfNer IIc_'-.ilredS trf-IMO FeeTerrmEXf O..ln..ylll.. Fl..33002
both of
carnmsnsurale wlin ability.c Apply m M -_. OSt n.n :JOII Bradenton; and
ific in-mt 'JO.m.. Man thru fr. al ttwlmorl CWWE SKKTARY 19600Oroot SECRETARY nm three grandchildren. :
I N Mam*--Mmm.41OI oroomcor wim oood I vpinattlll ,
.t .cur BoUllon wim ooort Sole. t. l.tn S*. to co-ordlnoto work, POOplo. > Mutt nov. oood tlilllt"'. far nlcoltlc .. THEI'R-E Funeral services were held Satuo
Call wvndol
ctl Doclilon' nrvokln'
flea for SIA7RrTVrrsTxrE6 ts-
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an Acolv .f VOVM cemp./en/* Aeell.ncs l Bwav unt... ........ or.l wv poftltlon Cull w_. 3n-1I. IIn.ltlno IIn.ltln.. s.r"'CI.. > day Nov. 10, at 2:00 p.m. in the
and electronic Can/ n. 419 NW flood _klna conditions Aeotvoootf IIn.tllno IIn.'no.' Service Starke 964-5451 Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home
Nh Ave.,O.ln.vl11S. u s. Mari I.Fem.... 773 44e. cftoroo ouorontood 9Q.dove.1vJ Chapel
la Gainesville with Rev. Joe Allinder

officiating. Interment followed Jn

Fri., Sat., Sun. Hillcrest Memorial Park. DeWitt C,

Jones Funeral Home of Starke wasirt

1 MALISU.. :. condition. T8 COUGAR XR7Portoct Radio. dm nr n MI G. wvoood charge of arrangements. '
mforoo AM FM ftoorinabroiio,now tirom.: r $ iMrs. {
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....,. Jerk 37>yo'5. 11'r oo. mony outran.1491777410. yuan.nvllm*. i
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P. wlvol bvckot >..... out mo*ic. 69 MERCURY" MAfiOUSconvorllbto .._/b'..*. m.oft Mlcholln KA5'ft.AMFAA .
con toto. 350 V.... .'__1.- wim In* work*. .150 c a.ttt.. 4.IK> n.w.. I Id .Fannie T.Clem.ss :
J714OOT 3"-* tl. Morycondition or b*t t offer Cell 37S7lef. Priced 400 311 Seed eves b* t
I '.'1 MO"ZA 2.2. ..eetl.n' 1974 VEGA STATION WAGON -. '74CAPMI .... Mrs. .t.j
a..d. VAM fM. tint < Fannie T. demons. 81. who
j I..,,1 brofco. oood olr.on pow NS.r:*oorina}FMtirock i C cllnt body, run _'. jooo rally ..rl__. S/r.tuoerlor condt' lived in Miami died there Thursday
ti .' low mllo/ mw t oil moo loop Firm CII1>V1OJ Lnn In/an SIf00 3/eMIS ,
todov ::::1'lake hionoftt of '*e nyy ImoeT* Run oood.n .. /! level* llic4 CT Aulom.l Nov. 1, liTlV (i
:3301 .W I3th: II'. d betterv 555. Vt-tnit after Ic. .'lr. AM/FM ftt.ro !)
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I CerIl17o0001iN.3701007. --1 -"ir""v"-' llJI I."LLl T --- 1/5-101; alter t. Student ..ShowtlmesFriday
Mrs. demons had
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$ aIr. M. C..G.31'3. ME VI.Lincoln
.tR rack. 57700.r / dent..a. 371 n* ottor :m H Meln' St. rTug31 Sat. Sun. 8:00-7:05-9:10: : Everett demons. Mrs. demons.
,. was a Baptist. J*,

,:' Survivors Include her tw

.. ,daughters, Georgianne lkLlluahIlb;
I 'i... of Houston Texas,and Mary demotaiof '
r I .' I L 391 DRIVE IN
[ ; .1KB TOCAMPUS Miami; two sons, Henry Q;
J ,;il: hNlie v cutl fom.* he rum..central,MG/LY beet P rom thl*Charming 3 .edroont.t Cltmooa of Hialeah, and Theodore ,

. ... and .lr. Loceted en a nelf ocr. and Bath oak home NroMbars.with family. Conveniently room. Frt Sat'ATlICK demons Suffolk,Va.; three sistarsj
Ire* shaded lot 3 neumoin end
y.hr located on* dad_eel 11 grandchildren and
a hue country < eJ4.eoo great*
for mulfl feml.
l "'f r' ", PHA or VA tern>*. corner..lot.-.Xoned
;. ; .OO H MI/kLTV Iv C" Carl TurlMoton, .grandchildren.
; f RENT"" PKEKI Wim oeraen*Dot. ;, M..KET .,' w
1 !... bth ttou**on enorok. IV A PIEAI. LIVABLB F*:1 TIM hIS homo ha .... .held
3000 ff ePtuae Monday Nov. s in New
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(If) ocr L 1 ... a ....... ll.n mo. bedroom t bem wim form*! Itv and has 4 ... 2 bath In tare. Hop
t. \ bile Horn wim fully eaulooed room dlnlno room. ..f-ln aouOt cerpart. Comnletvtv re- Cemetery near LaCrosse with Rev.
kllchn *fft.er turnlhlnomOuteteree hllchen. fondly room with llrplaceendmo *- dacoraled. A real beauty
;.t .Clo**to new Indumtrl- *.-ik-, M Mall Keally of Cammvlll Wm. *. INSewN.l Lettay Olive officiating. DeWitt C.
: al prtt I.IV In ere r.nl.RN, Douglas a. Inc. REALTORS.3p7e. Jones Funeral Home of Starke
ta oey ....*. IU. cw>.. ':1342 -3afrafuxTRE70us4 t5. war In
-Cell /};, Sv war. .1. fli Outftlde of city. furMned.oevd .;...... Rated R charge of the services.
NC: s eTft. 1>ATMS.141.000 place. acren per CS baeli yard cul-de-ac neer ac_.Sow .
This home run con..... ....".W fenced. tree*. I.__ ell down.monthly,llwe, rent --
;1. and !. In *.c.II.... condition. brick IVi *cre. X ml ivy. Oaks 17 '_'. l'.tnt or eenotyVICTORIAN .
Include* fully eoultwed kUch.n.Mali.. *I St. e7.MO m-tat. SUN. & MON.
Cell -... Wm. M Hell ._It.. SWIM Thl* winter. Healed pool. MOMtt. built. ._. .James R.Pntmmer.7SMr.
1 of o-viiie.. 1 ... t bem .__.
I. HeALTpKi.in-xn* home with bath, 4 "r__.*. lovely c...
)' j .:'i t n '.,' OWN*it. 4 SR. avt M>m.nnom IoM RPawwwr.s'1'b..,,, per.: nd family. ..ream Lew men(eon* **. located, Hloh/ Sorlna*.U7.par_ .,James R. Rummer 75, dIaII8uadaylDCll'llln8.
J' 'ie' In f>*rM e4 Iri* unicorn. ANOVnooA0ar6. qiilef nelnteaorhood. dawn A.. um* mar/NM. M* r 373-3436.36._ _**aft_*. ITS CATHERINE'SBRTHDAY. .Nov. Bra*
j. Plrevtec. I40O 4. ft. .**. 10. 10)'. oo So* el im M> etnSt auallfytn wm M Men Meetly following
r.... Cell 3736167 377 awlar 3n-269. /0'v/N..REALTORS. 373/076. ford County Hospital a sui
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: I den attack. 3

... ,, ':.r,3 ," FnJt" YOU'RE Born In SummerhUl Penn., Oct. u
:' 1904, Mr. Flummer had lived at Rt. 3

I;;> "".'.-.' ,.:.. r'>1" ":.1.. 1 1'f :INVITED .Keystone Heights for the past teayears i

;:; : ," ;....:' '.'$:.I I} CLOCK., modern well cMm.. 31. MUST Sill TODAY! TO HER Penn.,He coming waa a here retired from grocery Somerset storjmanager ,
day SIT -
'1'! 'j :. ::;., .-: ...cllnt. Condi 04oco_ones....... M.... ; a 4th decree Knighta of Cob
r \ __.3/.01'J9. t ofo Oak TORTUREACnOrVN
j ":JOT. .A.SeTTc............_.dm or : ,
umbua and life member
'h' ;k J-; .. '. ward ..... Solid eiood beeutlfultwin Soor*oJoc rteforf..-mowr ; of EW6
"'" .K';, headboard, aas otn litcllnf **od onto. now condllton ../.. PARTY! Ledge met. of Lewis-town Penn. and
1 .
: .> condition.374.3074FORSAifHDEAWAKD. 37.ISer or )'roe sw Slid f ttU ;
; 'fli ALMOST.w-' 4"mMrculon NNy At lf"MAf Mli 'Color TV member of the St Williams CathoUfe
;. f ..; onln modern tola.IM. r-.. control IS" .cr_. j Church.
>, ? J'.. I wheel Scflwtnn bike .... .... y. .m.. war Warvmv ISN..10S 315513 jj
:ic' ,.1 .G SI Ov..Cll3Card .1-. 1 Ilk* new. ...,,_.Call y _.". w. 0sod. cSIN after.. Iiudou.y .MTI Sunrircrs faxluda: his wife,Ln>ort

I .. ......T.QU. DOU.LE a.D-Ar'k PftANKLIM STOvh wim brlcC Anlloju. Ironic* oriental painted beifcfMKif In dull fuinl.hjre rod.' W .Plummer; two daughters Ba;
p' be** SI MX aak labl* wimV
i hf .. OM.Oeca.Call sew 17} condition I',keeofrrtnoBT. NNananl.ue:" a.N _crt pws -. palnlvd Irlm-dull with blurs mahogany circa 111.ffot-hand bara Allen Walnut creek, CaJtf. and

,I".t." ; ..eD.OOM- !! 113' Pln.H*' 777./11:11' ....., .c-NkN.sew,1.lxm7of > y Downing, Maple HeijAU, Ohfan
wapoli SIiS5 ream
; ..,'."'"t.f'f'' .. g. _. sas Student. dex. _. Chf buffl. moclnua, can ba vd a* Jo"n.." "" "In.. ca r.dl.. two .brothers.: Gerald A. PiumraerJ
drawer/ seas tas.ratio tetsas AM/SSS Pace lidO ..... lUtE
bar 13 Cradi
,'j':<7"l.l '1\\ AM Good cnoflan.1 in nil_ bfaffar w tra.373ISMTBaisr !cabme_ _. S3M_ _ar ....M.nv /..*. ...* far ...... Cfcesaon. Penn.and Donald M. Ptun3
...K...... u. w..nu t C..K_ _),. __ lair Harrishurg. Penn.; two sistoni
aoeee autboerd !** than lav ........,. ''' nc c an ''.
: SUNK ..u ..... caotain W PMw cer/N bN : : w MUdVed
hour* BaceMnl Omrad
ilk *)uarfr.. comolof* with m.e.1I7'on>> candlttan. S30SV ....3bN 51001 WS. Cod 3704377. tiN1E.c. .1 M cen01//0w. -. 'iV Lavittown, *
I ,1 a _I rear aid me. tr nat ,7 : G and Helen. W.as, Port Hlchey. Flal

: fNISIMMIONAl nCTURCPluae sa d two grandchildren. $
Need Prayer Services were held hen;?
....:; more information? Oi .61JUft day.Noy JJ,at
;.%.. :,.(1' Interested placing a classified? Sty ,..... ......... HomepCbape& :=

, IMcIUlIHGhowtfme Maaa..bold Wednesday NOV. 14 at
k Call 1-372-4222 10:00: ajra. In St. Williams Catholic.

i ,. aturcb with Father Michael WUUama

'"- 6:45: officiating. Interment foUowed la
I -
KerstomHsd Ma Cemetery.

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; Koystans Ares Ads Union Cars Jnty AdsINSURANCE PERSONAL CARS WANTED FOR SALE I tor abrevcMtatfceeHte w"cepy to net typed*.

.FOR aNT[ Trencher, comt POI SAID Sin boogie pup. SERVICES TRUCKS GOOD PRKtS PAID for anal 0.. BOAT 14 ft. flbergloM I

t gpact., cement mixer. pie, AKC reglttered., moblls ........ 19 fHQfvQ9Q9 73 boat, 14 Mercury HP
s".pretture wother lawn 6-weekt.old, $35. BWS SAW SHOCt Camplal..harponl"O 1977 CHIVY PtCKUPl 90S. I Ia 3/4 pohl or more. CUP .
,"ow.,*, tiller, other 473.3697. PERSONALSERVICES V... AT AC. 3695. MOBILE HOME SALES. -no.. gso.IUt. .,.. .,.
"2;'garden auto and_true:. 11/15-11/22. aipd hand tervlce.-carbide circular ADAMS AUTO SALES. 9644406. Open 7 dey $1,800.0.1961.5161 day FOR SALE
nation tool. KEYSTONE REN- MAINIS INSURANCE AGENCY btode hollow' Keyttone. 473-4470. Itchg -"! TFchgWANTtOt or 431.1640 after 8:00 p.m.
'"TALS, Hwy. 21 North CASH FOR OOLDi Sterling, 160 S. Leka Ave.. Loki chain ground mower and balanced. 11/15 Mobile homo mx- TFo4CHAIN

1D''M.}473-2995. TFchgJfOR Jewelry, diamond, coin.,, WANT SANTA TO TALK TO Butlmr. 496-3978, ComptottIniurance Leav at Jackson Building 1979 CHIVY lUVi Block, .to* and II,... Will peck up. PORK. GIAIN FEDs Buy
dental gold. Will visit YOUR CHILD Havo your Srvk. TFN Supply Storke or KeyttoneHt 12.000 mile. $4,895. OLIN'S MOIILI HOME LINK FENCE direct from farm. Killed.
SALEi 1973 DODOB onywheie. Mr. yourhomo Rltf.man. child or you _Ito to Santa EVERYONE IS INSUHABt.il, *. TfchgALCOHOLICI ADAMS AUTO SALES SALES 9644406. Open 7 materiel. Do It younelf cut and wrapped. 73 cent
: .PICKUP 3/4 ton. 318V7 475-1089.2/1 tolling him what ho or ho "bnmdlalo covrog by ANONYMOUSt Keyctone 473-4470. hchg day a week. TFchg .nd eve. Instollotionavaabo. o lb. dreHod 'weight.
.engine manual, now 8 ply IAKE LOTS FOR SAlEiKeyttone would Ilko. Tall) Santa phon. JOI UIHIIAGINCY496.2t26 11/13 CASH FOR COIN Gold. rr.tlmatol. Phone 782-3635. fill 4tpd
tlre I *. 1000. See at Hln- _torn fact about your at Phono 964-5148 or 9644583. 1974 VOtAMi Plymouth, 4 liver, trllng, dental HandyMan Fence Co. 11/29
.'--ton': Caraga or phone Height child ((2 nom. limit) end 4962903.TFN TFchg cytlnder. AC PS. PAT. gold OF crop......,.optical 9644559. TFchg 197414 ft. SKI BOAT!Ira'''''.
.*473-4033 after 6 p.m.TFpd. Beautifully wooded Iota on Santa will talk to kid, on a REMOOELINO. BUILDING $3.895. ADAMS AUTO frame, .'. J.R. Bull-. WATSON'S HOUSE OF 85 hp Mercury motor. "' 1..
clear and bottom ......
ccitetlee of their SALES Keyttone, 944-4290 after Si30
V : brand
Good tape REPAIRSi New kitchen, Ington VACUUMS Many rope, |ockt.. (odder In
JtttdfQUNOi terns or discount for very own, using their bath, family room. Erich, 473-4470. Itchg 11/15 p.m. TFchg.BOOKKEEPINO. of new vacuum. UtedQVOlrQDtv cluded. 2100. ALSO. 15
Sot. p.m.. male each. 1 to S acre with nice name*, .'s. Send ".00 block, cancr.... Fireplace. 1978 DODGE PICKUP 6 oa TVPtHtt' m.chlnos rflrTT) shook 1/2" blue board :
;t+vpuppy Lab/greyhound tree overlooking lok. (Extra name tl each) with sp lolists. Orlfllt Con. cylinder AT PS. $3.895. In "V fiOWWl).; RfSaMltfWOtW and occoMorle for oil heel. Phono
:jdblock. with collar no tog. from $3,500. $500 nom.ond oddr***toi Sow ttrtictlon. Phon '473-3108 ADAMS AUTO SALES rots. Phon. 9646474thru' v.ca111n ", tom.. A04 NW 4.75 per t
Lake Oeneva or... down.SM month.Commercial to Clou. C/0 Holiday. Kid or 473-3578. TFchg Keyttone. 473-4470. Hchg aft.r 6 ,..... M.nd.y lOlh Avo., OalrMMvllle, 964-6897. 11/152tpd 11/22 ,
3n,473-21l. tfncha 10/11 lot on SR-21 N rthovollobl. Talk P.O. Ben 412. Lake THI MOWER CLINIC- Small 11/13 Wed., and Friday: 38 HP MASSEV FERGUSON '
.. Own. Butler, .... 33044. 11/11 and all type of 1974 DATSUN PICKUP 4-4145 Thursday, "" phan.76.7110. TFchg ell..... good condition. :3
iii Sal_. 473-4373. 2/22 ,te..... engine lawn mower repaired Including $3.995. ADAMS AUTO 4tchg 11/32. BAHIA HAYl Argentina point hitch PTO with S ft.
DEADLINE for clolllflod SALES K. .ton.. highly fortlllied. Phone mower. Phone8902
advertising In Thonktglv- lAtlr reborlng. Work 473-4470. Itchg 11/15 964-4071. TFchg.BWCABRAC 11/15
FOR CUSTOM MAD after 6 p.m. 2tpd
Two don reasonably. Henry
Ing Ittua of the Monitor I.I acre on 1942 CHEVROLET 44pottenger HOMES : SHOP Jut 11/22
Browder 944-3740. 6/21
Monday at noon prior to near Keyttone e. local but: 2 peed CIJMIftIng. Hwy 21 North ofKeyitone GOATS FOR SALE Phone
'h. Thursday Ittue the odvtl Height$300 dawn $61.88 rt tfchg. electric end. Submit H... Cars nks.
J month.Phone 473-4058 dlitrlbutor for completely BIRCH. "M PEST CONTROL rear FOR SALE 782-3189. J. D. Clark.'
"* to appear. Change In per wathobl nationallyodvertlted SERVICES OF LAt 320 N. bid to First Baptist Church plequ, doll, 'Indian 1l/1S4tchg13/6
kMcloMlfladi should also bo or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. P. O. Bas 1258 Storke. other Item
Gord..". Temple Av. Phone Jewelry, GAIAGI SALE SR 227
-"mode prior to the noon 3/29.12/27 pd. Drap.rl... SAW Enter "" -5534. Household pettt Phone 964-6S43. Itpd 11/15 Phone 473-7042. 7/26 (Brookor Rd), furniture
MUST SELLS 1976 paymore
M(deadline. ..*. Ed or lomaStephen and termite. lilt TFchg OWNIR TFehgMT yard tool, dusk flrploc,
repair, roof repair,born. *. 4962219. 3/1 SEWINO MACHINES CHEVY IUV pickup red ? Ivy direct from astory. < YOUR COPY of the cloth.., mlcellanaou
...OR SALEi Quality Storcroft built painting room oddltlont .. TFN. REPAIRSDi All make. with topper 4 cylinder, Largo sal*ctlcn of 24, Bradford County Telegraph Sat., Sun.
II pop-up camper. 51".2 tcreen porch**, etc TFN. cleaned oiled and ad 38.000 mile. AT. AC. ... 14. 13 wide COMMUNITY CENTENNIAL ISSUE. W. Ph0n0964.7324.ltpd Item Friday 11/15

tobl.., ttove, *.Ink..flg.ro'o' no lob too smell, Mlk.'s justed. $10. Work collent condition. $3200 MOBILE HOMES SALES. US still have few cople. loft TWO ITEMS CE stow withllclonlng
( ./. hooter, mall repair, SEPTIC TANK AND QUASI guaranteed. Jome firm. Con: bo soon anytime 301 North.Open 9 to cIutk.I In the office. 135 W. Call .. In 0..
;"'carpeted. 2400.Keyttone A7-3997-c1oy. or 473-2803- TRAP cloonout Traitor Strickland. corner Morgan aero ."... from post of to 6 Sunday Phon St.,Don't mill out on thl.IHIoI cllnt condition oven, $325.
Height 473.2910. tfnchg ofter 5 p.m. tfnchg 8/23 roof and metal roof cool Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg flee In Brookor, phone 964-8741. TFchg l Youll got 102 page WHIRLPOOL
10/18 SEWINO MACHINE ._Ied. Day or night .er- OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRl 485.1259. TFchg 18 s 14) MO84U HOMfi A4I of Bradford CountyMssory
"DUI TO DCVORCE- vice "_.bl.. Joe For. Phon. 944-4503. Stark. MONTI CARtOt 1970. $650or now Insulation and panel
MASONRY WORKS Block for only $1. TFpd
.. with
b. off.r. Phon. kemaker t)
brick stone Spectallilng Sing. Futura. On. ofSinger1 yth, 431-1023.' All Happy pickup and doll"20 ,...7923. Itchg 11/15 ing. Now wiring, and plum UMMOCKi 20.yd. eml defrotlng IS.I cu. ft.. $330. Phone96458M.illS2tpd1122 '
In fireplace, n.w or flnett. Doe all appreciated 3/31 8tpd 11/8. blng two AC Reotonabto. load' only. ALLEN I,
rebuilt. No tltchet: buttonhole*,blind TFN BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Phono 964-5576. 11/1 Phonom.31n.
lob too large or TAYLOR, Lewtoy. FIREWOOD $35 for haM "
Bradford '
too imall. Call 473.2841. hem. monogram. etc. Thanksgiving TFchg. TFchg
cord. Phone 964-8210 alter3p.m.
Hal $45. Commercial FOR RENTPALMS
Sold new$589.50. Balance, FOR SALE BY OWNili 24.-
tfnchg 10/35 8VARA4M SALE Sat. B to Si: ,
Induttrlol. 11/15 4tchg 12/6 ,:
Fully '
and cIou&tI1cIo mobIl. ......
$194. or $13 monthly. Will
SALE tool..
FOR llcented, Phon. Sun 1 to S. Toy, YARD SALSt Saturday 1
FOR hINTs Two bedroom tok.older machine at par. 'On :3 2/3: acre with BOO ft. towel, truck, '
I To All of You 944-8131. TFchg Toyota 11/17. 9 0..... to 5 p.m. \
tlal payment. For free APARTMENTS Fur.nishd on SR 14 E. 27500. Phone
haute on one aero lot Big 1974 PINTO STATION. DIVORCES UNCONTISTID Chevy SW furniture, Weather permitting.' Two
J.ako Santo F. canal. $175 home trial and delivery Allen Hlclncle. and 1 964-8495. 1/15 TFchg numerous other Item. andwomon'
WAGON Automatic $85 plus co. fomllle* Hem Men
call credit lit wookly or monthly 13M MOBM HOME Two
collect optI.
904.475.2233. manager Clevertettlet.. 7 mil SS of
409 *
monthly. 1/3
radio heater. air 72.000 Baldwin attorney FURNISHED clothe. lodlt
501-480-5814. tfnchg 11/1 904-376-4447. tin 10/18 mile., good condition St. John. Ave., Palatka, STUDIOS monthly only. bedroom Phono 964-6718 ..... on Rd. 100. Itpd thot, |wlry..
Itch 11/15
good go mileage '.395.. From the Flo. Phone :335-7549.11/13 2313 N. Temple, Stork.. or 9644047. KGURsLong. 11/15 mlwc.II_. )1002 Butler
*CARPENTER WORKiti AMERICAN LEGION BINGO 431.11'411/15 TFN. 4tpd 1216 TFchg STUCCO BLOCK 3 PWCE BAR SIT and winetend. Rd.. Storks Itchg 11/15
Remodeling work kitchencabinet Highway 21 north. Saturday KITCHENETTES On. BR fireplace beamed .. Both walnut finished OARAOE SALEi Friday and
and trimt&dcarpenter. *7 p.m. and Sunday 2p.m. apartment, pool TV AC. calling living room 20x27 trimmed In rod Saturday. 607 Mllon Terrace
Reotonable Public Invited, tfnchg throe B Kgb> 2 1MttN, largo 'leatherette. Practically
DISHWASHERt $50; chair Bradford utllltle Included. Totally 9 to 4 p.m.
.!rIlc... Call Ed Demptey atft 10/18 $15: bed. $10. hutch.SIS: CountyTELEGRAPH HELP furnlthed. Weekly, monthly wah room, plu large n.w. $150. Phone Knicknackt. cloth..,
473-2477. tfnchg 11/1 FOR SALE.Christmas ponlet and other furniture Item. rate*. TEMPLE MOTEL utility building with 964.5504. 11/15 2lchg houtehold Item,
l .. for tola or trade. Gentle 496.3568. 11/8 11/15 WANTED 880 N. T.mpl. Av., acreage. B 1/2 pet. mortgage. 11/22 mlKelloneou 'Itpd 11/15

3.OSTDOOI In Melloo ar_. for children. Alto tome' 2tchg. Stork. Phone ....7357. P"t6A.6734.. ROUNO BALES OF HAY $15, YOUNG BROOD SOW Ha

t: .SR-21 and SR-313. Mal.h horte.. Call 473.4111. : 9/20 TFchg.MIMOSA .Itchg 11/1S ..c". Phone Arthur hod ono litter of pig..

-German Shepherd, block Stchg 10121115 MANOR MOBILE Oatklnt. 782-3140 or Phon. 964.,191. Itchg
with tan. Reward GARAGE SALSt Sat. Nov. 17 StaffNOVEMBERS HAIRDRESSERS WANTID. HOME PARK mobile home 782-3497. TFchcIfUaaTUU. 11/15

H.73-2266.. Itpd 11/15 WICKER Have a "Home 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1 1,mile available Immediate In Starhe't petition new end >)>oo8) foe cwrtf Flton*) Maple Jenny FIREWOOD. Oak and plna.
:tt Wicker Showl" Gr.otClwl.tmoe .oil on SR-131. 4682912. TFchg Lind crib and mattr**, Phone
large piece* tpllt.
modern salon Cllentelle
Mooneykam residence.Bicycle TWO ROOM FiatHCVl 1
Idee and LOST/FOUND 1925 floor radio,
mlddl. earn $60.
WANTED Some 964-6S28 between 1.3
All p.m.
book, cloth. preferred. applicant and alto
room effklency
free wicker. Call 473-2485. work. $30. Wondo Choir.
aged woman who will toy Sand alter Itchg 11/15
Interviewed. or
and other Item. '"15 will be looping room. Weekly or p.m.
with 3 chlldr.n Monday 2tpd 11/15-22 Itchg. ro.um. to Nu Wave, c/e monthly. Come to Under high chair, carriage car OLKTARi Model 1613-4. 1977
through. Friday at Jhelr FOR SALE 71 Chevrolet i Robert Harris P. O. Bait wood Mot.S's/ mile. tOSTt Block odd,... book eat, $35. Sofobed. $95. Classic electric acousticovation .
.: Mi,... 1 .U/Jl;\\rII..tU| Qtf van. Chop Need repair""*, ,mid nuu .llIa....; ..ifl;;; :. a e 412. Stork Fta, 32091 North of Stark on US 301. Last. Friday Oct". 19 an Phone ''''.5371. Itchg with' hard cote.
'tPls alt'tlC ,,11t,.StrttlYS" I I"'473-71 t46. .ltpdlt/15", SEWING MACHINE "i ." I 10/25 4tpd 11/15 TFchg. Highway 100n Storke. 11/13 Mint condition. $475 Finn
(UPHOLSTERY *Reatonoble "DUE TO DIVORCE" f AN OHIO OIL CO. offer NICELY FURNISHED one Phono'' collect MOVINOl MUST SELL See at Mac'Music Shop or
price 473-3033. 4tpd Future. Ono ofSinger. l PLENTY OF MONEY plus bedroom duplen. Private 305>98I-6175. Itpd 11/15 Havlland China 6 place call Delano Thomot" after 5

1113126 Singer flnett.{ Do. all rl ca.h ban".... fringe. yard and dI".. Co. toning. Roeollnd pattern. p.m.. 533-2210 and 1 Law
Ssoutiful concrete block Mitch.: buttonhole., blind benefit to mature Individual light. water furnlthed. Inquire Perfect condition. Priced ferns and phon.. Might
and t In Storke area. at 603 E. Washington below current market.
with stucco on large AID SAUl Friday hom.. .' trad. Will finance If good
'110.238' ft. wooded lot. Saturday. 95. Keyttone monogram.Balance ....rdl.** of experience,, Ave. 10/25 TFchg. Unutual wall hanging credit. Want to buy D."
Sold now $589.50. writ. C. C. Rood Pro*., HOUSEt FOR SALE ._.
flretgrodocl SMALL FURNISHED (Apple 11. In oils on
Oak, off SR-100 Martin. 11/13 3tchg 11/29
38*. 2$., LR. DR FM with'Jlreplace $194 or II3/month.1 Will Lubricants Co..
American Adult only. No pots. white frame.)
atln gold
kitchen road on right to 1 1973 TRAVEL TRAILER! 824.
patio ..". older machine a*partial Box 696. Dayton. Ohio 'Phono 964,6332. It/I
'equipped with oak and then first houte on payment. For free 45401. Itchg' 1115CARS SEWING MACHINE Ming and satin glass good condition .1_,. 4,
TFchg. ., brown marble
loft. Houtehold and baby vote top fully contained. $3.000 or
cabinet*, Hotpoint home trial and delivery NICE LARGE FURNISHED "DUE TO DIVORCI"51ng.r
rlrlgrotor.. with furniture clothing toy, eon credit manager collect three room and bath ',,'vr.. One of Victorian plant stand etc. bet offer. Phone 473-3079
[ c.mok.r Dlthwothr and Christmas decoration and 9043764467. Hn 10/18 I apartment. Prefer middle Singer flnett. Doe* all Phortot6A-6279.1tpd 11/15 for detail. Itpd 11/15

'tong., large pantry double more.473-3343.tpd I 11/15 age people. No children or stitches. :buttonhole,blind IS ACM FARM with haute MANURE SPEEADERt Ford

garage. laundry room. pet*. Phone 964-8071. Itchg hem, monogram etc. trailer on land. Ten pcan 130 bu.hol.prood.;, good
:Emulated tinted windows, MARY KAYCOSMETICS 4 STEEL BUILDINGS & 11/13 Sold now $589.50. Balance tree Phone. 964-8077. condition. SI.500. Phone

'and tiding glass door I'' LIQUIDATION SALE u1 LET US OARAOE AND OFFICB $194 or V.......... Will 10/4 TFchg.SAOOUt 783-3292 or 782-3784, Itpd
SPACE for rent. Phono WESTERN Excellent 11/15
Heat pump Already toke older machma a* partial
ironed. No closing co..*. 30x60x12 'IV.q.ft.40x60x15 : COUNTOURBLESSINGS TRUCKS 964-5261 or 964." 12. payment. For free condition. $75. Phon. TWO ACRES Septic tank
M" mq.lt
A.C. Boree Builder, Ph. Louise Starling 8x15'2'. IC). ft TFchg homo trial and delivery 9648704.111 Tfchg.IHAf'PID well electric on prop.rty.Sampson .
%7S-20I2 4752785. Evening 473.3092 60x1. BUILDINGS ,1978 FORD P-188 short TWO BEDROOM mobile call credit manager collect CORN $110 ton City off SR 18.
Kylon Heloht ARCO wheelbote. Good condition. homo on CrlHl loop. Wainwright Phone 964-8092 before S
>ehg 11/15. CM Toll Free 904-374-4467. tin 10/18 plus bag
.' '1.600.241.226Ar11001 AMFM.rack Depetlt. No Pet. Phono Farm SR 16.2 mile' *lout of p.m. Cathy. $6.500. 'Itpd
.t .. tereo. For Information 964.ae16.IIpd 11/15 Stork. P"9647835.. 11/15
( round
T phon. 964-6064. '11/15 ONE BEDROOM APART'

Broker LIc_....Seleteeraee. ;I" PANELING 2tpd 11/22 MINT. furnished near lit $399.95 solo $319.95. POP-UP 11/1 3tchg CAMPER 11/15.AC good
Lkented or I 1971 LUV TRUCK AC high cchool. $80 month. 8x12' list $399.93. tele VACUUM SALEOVE"8TOCKED

CAN YOU SELLTTT CENTER AM/FM/8 track 4 peed, $50 depotlt. Phono $249.95. Phone 1.77$-8721Js. condition 3 power outlet*.
I tinted roll bar. KC 964.5504 otter 3:30 TFchgFENONGi now tire. $400. Phone
In Real Ettote. right In thl. glass p.m.
lull-time Fronchite WantedApplications
Your own Help 9646805.B2tcha| '"'5
light, custom bumper rally Itpd 11/15 All kind, hog
area And NO franchise charge. National Company. Paneling Molding I Are Now trlping, whit spoke THREE BEDROOM unfurnlthad wire welded wire barb FIREWOOD '/i ton pickup 20% OFF

'etlabllthed. In 1900' lorgett In It*field. All odvertlilng.all I Kitchen Cabinet wheel. 28,000 mile. Excellent houi Contact wlr.. wood chain link: cut and pllt. $50. Phone

lgn.. form, tuppllet furnlihed.. Profettlonol Training It Counter Tops Being Taken for Jax. condition $4.600 Freeman .Reglttor, 308 S. froo ..tlmatol s. MANNING 4734748.il8TFchg.Stereos 1 NEW-USED

and instruction given for rapid davetepment from Start VanHlel.FREE" I Journal Paper Rt Call firm. Phone S33-2046ltchg, Thompton Tkhg St. Regltter' 011 FENCE CO.. 473-4833.. REBUILT KIRBYSHOOVERSEUREKAS.
from 11/15. Co. 11/15 ,
Jo.SucceSS. Nationwide advertlilng bring Buyer Keystone TFchg
.rywhor.. Can qualify? You mutt have Initiative, 964-6165' Moo.Fit 1971 PLYMOUTH WAGONS THREE BEDROOM HOUSEl HAYl Bohla or All..., continually
be Inooclol- cylinder. 395. ADAMS unfurnished except Move for field or Phono Needles .
tale ability cutting
excellent character(bondabl).
AUTO SALES, Keyttone and refrigerator. Good
ESTIMATES 9 am S pm born tale. From 75 9 YOUNG'SSMLN.HWYSOf
for AL
ly'retpontlble. Commlttton-volume opportunity man I 4734470. Itchg ''/'5 neighborhood $185 month per Records Tapes
.jwomon coupl. or team That Con Sell. Information ,aUCHN.JIIIIISOI and $100 ..,..1.. Phone bale up according to
Must H.v. DepIIIII.bl. 964-8420 after 6 p.m. Itpd quality Larry laFoltotto. USED TV'S
without obligation. STABKt. FLWe1I.Drillin
V CO. I, 11/15 Stork.. 964-6273. TF hg.
u. I TrmntporlttloH And Must
Case KlilvesIMNr'S
,KINOSUY LAKE furnished"

140 8. Thompaon 8tI I I Pail Cult Bond.' garage apartment. Alto, SASS ASPHALT PAVING

\ STROUT REALTY..., REG. BROKER I OM Coc Cola P'I CiriFilljaw homo furnlihed' available:3 BR lakefront through' Oenen.1 l P vlng. Rsp.N.And 5t

'.0. ...B94.KCeMetberrf J'l8nt I. PII.bin May. Phone 249-0508. Rurtemg Onvewiy.

,Fl 32787 164-8711 Service CB. hchg 11IS114111UDROOM ,, Parking Low, Rods, Ito i'19V.' 2" Thru 6'"
--- HOUSE!on Cal MMOlennyIetOr8AM
WAUIS.IUUIOZIMI 964702311O Flit Rotary
t; 4 1/2 $275 .end Alter 6PM.Itt84tpd.
RL 4 Box 90T7 acre
.., .. month I E. can St. Drilling Equipment
.V4 Lake City 1'1. 32068 plus $150 depelt. p4.350.3083 '
.:> 964-7324. Itpd tinSpq1tii I IMOBILII STATE LICENSED
IIi *Bulldozer work Phone 765-0963 ......................

,4942124 e4 1y.Jan. Large or Small If No Antww IfOMKCEEtVICI jf.Y,'arrrw. Paf'n.f!!
,..s sits. ..s0.
*Lard Fin CaN After I ,PH. B.OH5aoo hr Cbrie.i dot Te Yew!. .
.t. U.hir, A4toltor New A U..dSaJe..Part..Servfce "

SWWAl.lfd' l.k.Wtnr' pondsWILBUR FREE 12" I'. POrtible .n ..JI

WATERS WILSON i With,Purchase Of Any
.F....... J.
.Ww ceret..Cent. H A A. ",.,.*. dlthw.th.r, fenced 944.49<1 ommarctal Seal Coating AMI* Color Corwoto' In Stock. E-Z Terms
BmH. .. .. ..
3 Bdrm CB hem In city ,
880 W. .......lt ..... Alt,," HOOT NPAe/ Ideal for the kids \
beck yard .Meet for ct.....,.. HOT AmWAMt e room I I..jiii ;;afrle;. .
Bu .
864-8728 *
.1for4 ". to soil.I 1. AIPMM' 'AICIHNGAI or Mama's kitchen. I ................

-f'. 14-"Iwnt.r.gn.H DoII.AI......_t.lucornisl' pI wd.Wi...siingia. ,.,..Mior s.". 1 bfock froM 6644t Hone Work GuerentetdTelephone Offer Valid to I III II New Inhalation'R6vRodegng .'.

Aids It. I9O4I 782-3991 12/24/79 '.,

3..*"**.N.. rm. ....... OIl ,b _. 1 Week,Ire" greedy.tore. Priced boom VERY coil"REASONABLE, oftoct.Pr. .r. With This Ad. ..............Repots'.........

fJ lei"".............L.1tcIMtI...full wo4' dining co 2'""."P'duo..hot. 1o.sposd. .. .REGISTERGAS r.iTtwyimtmSSStiMWTifWMvyiii&to:] III w. S.Moe> Whet W9 Sell And Another II rrancl ,

.onty fronts 2 ."..ea..--W c-roeo bock 1 Week hem Melft St.... appro, 2900H.. AND OIL 1- I Brandt. Financing Wtti Approved Credit ... ,-

.eom-c"llvIldIott FOR roe'.r r.t.B.. ....... AL'algb ..
t.-l Halo.has 2 rost rooms.from high ID8AI acW. tvra....... ..,..... to ..... SOl .. n. Iti" I 1SOUTHERII: FOODS INC. 1 1I" f ,*We Invite you to compere our prices I PUMP A SUPPLY. .. ,
I Nrrrn ........J bliss 1 asn.IN n.as ...... p. _. J. .,
trolls on spproa. -
bob. Neo MCA A
3 Sdrm. 1'\ i"" Ph.cond. Qweaar. ,
,{WnlMngto.lyor ...Very sodudd Springs:..' ..... ..... .IIavINI. prlad, wry t............Con t41'or LP Bottles t : SEtthGainesville St I II WI+I I l on Zenith ,thru our MhMJeburg.frtore.Atlvaaced I COMPANY '
.' I" 18 N.W. 6m Ave.\1035
.:Of III. to _. I ....... .s-weds.av. end pasMmo I II II
:: P r .......d to U acne....1..... ...... for p' Motor Homee FltledTafcor I Gainesville, \ Cfectronlcs! 864 N. Temple Ave. .',:
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wHft 18% .
lend ews.r Iln.aesd ....WadI. 1808 ....ft. Priced i........... I I I
.. .I 111co.e 4'0 E. C.p 164.6842
...s.l2n Co ..bn" 'I aft Wish 21 Ir.er. Sterk.. F1a.. .
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.Pop Warner :',1" (':' I\.: ..,, ; ': 1M", '1",'"\,! I ,./ ;' :!.4f1f.,f\\'.r,It. ,'..../' j ( 'Jt1\\i.'";i'.'.",r .' ,i C." ,..r ,

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Bowl Invites r rtie hr
\ xa iAdb( Flt h 6 hW gnc4rt* r .....eZksa.m. c tend tetter. than ever in the loss.
; Are Coming 6M.n, y, a a1 ,iPn1t iavgAlQ t6a e .d v "'I weld like .. ewasranlglw ;d,7 -. iively. Aaron Stanley led the
\ ,' aM tcIMIIW'JI' et vile 1Myl :'hln crew with M yards while
ta' in Load o contributed yards",.
rf h, lttaarzatld &I1p ,
Invitations to bowl h "fin z
postseason Ii r s} -p .--n touted 17 markers, and
games for area Pop Warner teams : h.I lNw son+e added five..hrlpedyMene
yM : a;
are being passed out. Two Bradford : ,
"t''W'f'' ''' '' I defense was paced IW I
clubs, the Jr. Pee Wee's and Jr. '.''I"d ...a _' .0 ....-. Junbo Porter, Mark
Midgets, have already accepted Invites ,i .n...... a.n4 Lad *... Shawn Zike, Shawn Stanford,
to play In the Lunar Bowl in .. Y a
Grtfflot. Lord Jlmbo
airanthf donuUM One MMftmr Stanley.
Tltusville Thanksgiving Saturday weekend(,see:Nov Bradford 241 1'AM Ik f"W te1t W'i i, q. &w toys to nwkw4tiif Brett Zwick. and Todd

Jr. Pee Wee's). : > I .I ewild was owe!* II'W Kevin Thomas came up witha
awe w..- : AantiM recovery for Keystone.
with, .o".tW t.,.
Saturday's meeting m*...t aQ .77aQ at Itd1..I ,'" .1
Olds -.fr alboaw stWWHRKltt !>t : Mighty Mite
Game Schedule: a.m..thtLoba/ r tx4r' < ," ,
the at 7c, Bradford 17-OP ColUt (Nov. 3)
At Union County: the U $** r is ..........,... +'ir; ; f.Wi.a home field and Homecoming

Bradford MM vs. Union 10 a.m., } 2't .'nte .. ___. KMgtWtatdl.brwg I !wday: advantage the Bradford Mighty
p..,. w... ....u.. ..-
Bradford PW vs. Union noon Green Sane !fr'vMltrCowboys: (1.-0) broke their six
Bradford JM 'vs. Union S p.m. another Sap.m. 'a Last Setatthfkil, leas "-',' game losing streak by soundly

Green Cove JPW vs. Union 4 p.m. ., tl. v ek tl u a thett aatsar'1 Ea__ _. .''1' thrashing; the still winless Orange
\ '"." )P ffc'Colts 27-0 Saturday Nov 2, in
.. / .y"J /' i', YhCbU' won the toss and received
rm : : : ,;' .., -I. 4 I,,.1< tatffciKfcoff:: but were,held on downs by
; : ,
Come On In M 'i .iii,j' 4J. .e fWt' .ri'du"' $e; ',".. ,. .... ..._ 1.._.._' .. ,'\'1 :I':, ("ft. t'- defense that boltedlhatOe1

t / ,, '-.. ..;.'I."'......' .\ .. .,Yi".. ,..', ,.",;'J""Yo< t. : '- ., ] ) aU day long. The stoppers
,. ?v, ,: :r. 'i1L ,;'V,, MMM jksd by Timmy Smith, who had
:1; ;
/ I recn L ; ) : M' .L.:..:": 't:!..- 'iftitx tackles and four assists for the
Dinner Wit Ai 9(, a. 114 21i;"" wbS 'III'I' ') 4te. ; /
a, =....... .t.aac7. ."' ."..,, ." : ., .7; w. *- Mod Judson Jackson and Mil-
==L : .L
Tto a twojwawfc -----.i'-7;' : ; '.- .?bapi! who recovered one Colt

r ra v v!;*, tugs a,,".,1 ,. were. .... a .nJlirC.M*#* I" I'l''J""'" .
!** '! fine p&aett w1JL..a a..._dti.:'w+.ttJ:?&< : Tbe.Cowboys scored: on their first
..iII.U.1f\\ :' ,." ,; set sf Awraa via a 35 yard run by Jud-
4 "f;" .* oevJckson.; Smith's conversion: run
t \
ear 'JbIa"XT.s.. ..W"jIiji:;>
tiYAtdsWpt w ggj* Yean '' ',, the local squad 7-0.
KA" i' Vf -, Iwsta.lrackrbei .4l7 s';ia jout up
r t& a c it f* 1be..IIIqu...... d'y.u:'- Midway through the first quarter"Wa
.301 NORTH'' .t .- .x :'fflijj ,'to tweed macs .Dora bs swtr. attsMr Ai u -" took a handoff from quarter-
4' aet 314tt1111A1t' tlertll'JSdh '. die :HIq Ik test day o# i .bIde David Barnes and scampered: 50. ,
't1 .ll ., tljwscda JEor.the second TO. In the sevrjewiJ.
rr r 'kT......,.. 34..e' ; D; l. ;( pa rter Smith repeated his first f
!/2 Lb. Shrimp Din ,..alll4aJot'Mco... f.1wflr'. J faua! \ :";, ,L.tfsrtr performance.. running 30
tofsdtdwvar ppssss ad ---- ::+y'ndi tor.a sco Jackson's one point
ya Lb. Clam Dinn{ -1 r'i'' 3W-ti ga bit'"'propd yF''''' ffi'' ift,...tl Ute count 2M) at halftune.

3 PC. Chicken aiett'l'.ar''' ; % ,tsen .. .iiY 1$ 16 bUtitsktt\ __,.\ ''j' 'Tfcepaoiit' exciting play of the game
s TSi ',,,,, wks eeee the "" J.;:-Wrtnigiht the Cowboys their final score
Biscuit & No rX JIM ......' l."" .l't:i,: *%. tattce- Wiggins took a fourthfttuaftar
,..... I24 ""C Mirt j'{; handoff and '.sprinted 80 :
All*/ With/ French Frf ; rPrle.q' '.120: Jartl0i) ;,' *"i'2r rdi. Jackson's conversion: run '
(9). -" f .iaattda the final 17-0. "Ir

This Thursday, Friday, Sa if *tf*(rti) ... IJ.. I.... lff'sr[ .tsML.bPtetl plalol 7 (New.i I

rte' !4 fe (t a'mife' .:,;.,'1t'" ,"""" ,", ', :: '' '";tiVtk M ca mty's Bengals celebrated I
ll| :4Srd< lM ..a S fliM.' ; .'JD" ; I':. L...:__;."' \ jI'.'.''. '" 4: pown.Homecoming day in Lake I
Phone In Orders ; .ste n : DensaMnwirira. -: .If jycJt r' dominating the Orangel.I ,
fcl 'I'D'' ,... ;.c ,.
: \ ;i ; wk DoI a Mighty Mite game
if7 % 'E.Tet wwWC s.Uttas tM.u.t k* .. < na ; ;r '1 cSat, rdy Zt ; : i
.' a :j 'I:.' age got is els tEs/ll "' MdRa+":i. t, ';1'heW1 pushed. the Bengali to 3-1-3 :
\ .yours catsshell+ } : ;say t.: \ i'? ; 't asn v ; Steyear and according: to Head I
<' ?,i 'Y::J .kIN 1hwls lDtwasssata, i tt::1,1 it'.Doyle Kemp "was a great. ,
,'tJ, 41 \ ;....(.) ). .,<4 ortr' .
}'. :.1 ,\,7Udt-),. am d Larry. Xtwc&towa4 :; dp ....wtgg. the. Dolphins were gettingt
I'j' for ..r t Tti4r;on "the ground Union was
Il } + It;j "; '",l .!M'I' ,:: ", .\opkkinft up big yardage especially
trrlad nw.rlrer..rkNrwe.hA. d r IR 14d r. S 'C.4 .a : Ytont/;:: from < r <-\"j '. / ffi;; L trrk y.\,.ferofc*tote the OP secondary and end-
the h.wYwWMabY 'rr' rrHA2 {oJ'I"}? ,.;( :It.-Jfi :stmpbUMett11}(" '''l : + tidwtUal 21 yards on 17 carries. Phillipt
\ 0\\ 'oi : ; '$ tvp ssattani '' .-t added 12 stripes on Just two
) t 'I : \I, ....J< t4'' 1'I" .1'rftmfc'I' "
t. ,,} M4 n1t.1n.4t '1 1j4 ;t',. Oafenslvely Murphy led the
) 'c y. Lse'alnadlya. 12'L b&ttiiawr'+a ;ri r&must* with four tackles one assist.
t ;! ,gland n'p illY ileac' ,, amd.-ay fumble recovery, while QB
: ry "i! ,:'Mast tar tint f. ",)a' ape 3;,ttdate ". :Gladly Cochran also did double-duty
r Wrq, p "I 1 : 'I.;. ;"; tSlts'a'o 4Omaryardlitwylntderaq n *' ,.three! tackles an assist and a
\ i fcMttk-tiown on defense. Phillip
) (o. t. +a f
". ;)!1JaIaJ Mtibut Wlee tar s'raatt f>. bad an Interception batted
'' :. j 'gasime' lade tbs sadtelea aiit;ptttls+ ask. ''I :.)... i ene asr and made two tackles
i t!n; i ,, t' X fy '1 1. ....'tpoee.pd.,. ifc tMarta. Paulk was In on four stops,
1 } r twgrw n tF ,,, ,.........,: ... "SMWS*,Jeffrey-Carroll,. Ken Johns, and
'Clvwt'L kJ' '? VJen: | .:.H* Kjerson were aU in on three

,:-, '., ...ho.tI1td.j; .taiiiB!& .- .e'c'd:; ': :
1'i' ,1 'r, r ifMOeeesk *ccraethi.d. rdsarb. .. "tb.+.4ett' C cl)it snuckover from the one
J ;r ,: tar t37Ft: .+#a"dsk lhli. I i'JitiIk*first Union score, capping a 64
e.lH trtt iY ., Jaaa"&beI me" ,.;'.f ''Mird first quarter_ drive. An Orange

a.w..ttlt :. : .' .1"'j'; "ret*,tuck then broke four tackles en,
.. td tDa Ir t rill .' ,I, >autlp an 80 yard TD run, with the

**'ftf')...' raten'ap.rradV'fara4dysardymati. : h i ?aatcliaint putting the visitors on top

HANDY SAVCrontild / m&AMi & -: } t,.oswMexa4: + i19s,;a'\7d ia..;.':,). "' f r took a handoff on the first
,. 'uiy' t "' < ?' hwIr.rk, i t +Nnh' '" ., I' the kickoff and
quickly put
sow with contourwJ. twrtw.e < r..Irw. iJf ,.::1'. p
i degrees and 45 degnet future bullt'fMw 11 "e v m m .=llaa'aM.am., :",llRJWo Mek to fronts speeding SI yards
15.360. A ; ; JCSEalTSr'lalfar' W .. .. ? Bt.: 1I'\YA H" l'J &q ,Mjrttlrt.Joyner s interception set
io ha.saaoadliakit alh. foal tally of the first halfan'yetdngtoss
'= from Cochran
r. iY 'Steen. '

'found Wanqn '1 .f; by .UI M I fourth quarter Henderson
: (KM final score with a 33 yard

.' i'',......"...,...;,..... ,MU;/t.r'-: =. ','. IIa1t. ,. Murphy took' the* baU the' ?

I-.l.l.! ..: 'f .Z\-'\) I, ., fiV-"y yew for th.? .D. .
: t. .fAja. t: ;* h"." .
r;, UMO a 1I.auM'. i.-U : .. ."
I 7 rltansd ibs..tLtster.tarried "gLwmet '''4 '
,*",".:Q y d.-riM 3 $ V o1J ball
J )c. 'Ihact >>COW:1:::1 r
t.fJff( Talferretaaraatfaeuythatllae't"eaa' + :;
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,|MM and preserved to Ift .&li' ,(',
1 MomcoltUiKc Baker iradreaptea ? ":'
; :pass Kitcht9t'a,3elsAy'htphat ,:;ffird&ird's Lady Tornadoes saw their''
M a..e.Mist .an '. a Mafo text at 7-4 with a second roundfpMicHa
: r q.I that tar....... ..=..f.. UM) District Tournament at/ !
!?*iljtnduae J Santa "High School Thursrb '
-/&ft.. the' wiftnen. : t;: .;
SAFE, PORTAS .:\S-hsdsaWtthamt.. aelUa .;,'1. '( .r. Ney. 1.

ELECTRIC HEM.? + lirrla'L R ,Id Mac-'* 43 atrd4Saetrtthlt/. 7tegtlHliacGea \ ,. /-r.n.-v toiHMeded Lady Raiders ofFr.knocked'BHS
out. but not
for ;\
; ran seven s4rren iMaar
Intent fan-forced Met 1320 w IW; 4., .. \W:;;: #.attt a struggle. 15-11. 1513..ItWridFe .
bright reflector Single knob Iern5srIe4 ri IM /;: rltaVA> was. then dumped
Positive "off" petition. Cool bid don*'trNqh ', caaadl.r. .Leugd "1.!....t."IIIN'} ", ,.tfc next night out losing the ti- '
temperatur cord and plug, fttwitch. .ti+ied ". ftfe eass egslau .. ,
rortr \ .h"utri. ,\ 11 If'&e<< 1>4 Gainesville! High'
12 1/2" H. 18-1/4" W., 6" 0.30K2$ 'o fa. .. .......'r..'. ;. "11?. ,4-14, 18-16. '
(r.r .;,Lwct rnse.d tt 34 mart .I.,. f6\ e: 'WfhC; 'nue4 .play Wednesday
... .. '
,'Widt axot'aak +eve.. '* xTP't. + used the I
., .. &ubt t' C, .p wry ,.' ;
716"4'x8' ;ti f ,.iof Tracy: Hankerson Hope"8fcr I
; r sa.rt'ItrIrwEUJ t, iJ' sad Lorraine Base, and the :
; "' 2'IyardTDara ahlgr1t41'MWipn 'oliV,! *d Brown'and Janice
HARDBOMI srp t' 'IJ'" ''a,""" .....uwWCNt'i4'fek '1O.'get!past' Live Oak. The
rn _t flJllt'at twe poUd tv'r..A .,. : .aesseV. <-Cetmty. team surprised
,; '.... ;.. ;; J t>4 1.the opening game butt
,, _4JG4 ale the' ... r,, t a M'bacJkJwith, 15in; wins
SIDING (Already Pfi e. Ft ; M\\ H w semifinals
..WiIftt. (
..... ;W _lIf ir'MMlkus'axwhUetogetwarm.and. ,
8" r ....3I_ '' ; i yelecrHous. about Live Oak/Lady
.. .. iisrna* .pa -lass-Harvey! said of

-'.1.J: .....v.:<,,i:.. t\l'rr': tswifirisingly tough victory, ..jV ''j
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