Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01733
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01733
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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No. this isn't garbage.

Pecans are in season now and Richard Wainwright (above)

and his father J.R. Wainwrlght, are In the selling shellingand

buying business at the Starke State Farmer's Market on


These are shelled pecans that Wainwright is bagging to sell

to either wholesale or* retail 'customers. .

At the right. Wainwright sorts through shelled pecans readying ,, v U 11 t

them for sale. 1

Wainwright says this Is a terrible year and he's losing a lot

; of money. lie said he.:, doesn't know why the crop Is so skimpy .

I i but he's not alone In losing money on pecan crops. 4l*

Agriculture officials are estimating a 20 percent drop In this r

year's crop compared to last year's Wainwright said he had ,

I to get some of his Stuart pecans from,Georgia.

Section BRADFOR.Dr Co U [Pecans are Rare Item This Fall .

i: f Than are good years and bid "It's pretty bad when you're counting At the auction, one bag of Stuarta-
Drears, it"'is oaibertlthe pecantfWaring on the money and it doesn't come: the cadlllac: of nuts-went for'Jl per
trees in by/* Wainwrlght complained. pound. Other pecans sold for $1 a

r. ? is bad pound, more or ..... Seedlings. sold
JThis a
Pecans are grown commercially In
for 40 or SO cents a pound.
trgrapiThe ",n&. The' only pecan auction in the state lust lying north of the imaginary "It's than "
p wld last Thursday at the Starke Statefarmer's line south of Ocala.: Compared to said Allen.worse anyone thought
light in the
i Market brought in about pecan: growing: In Georgia, Alabama area around Jefferson County big pecan and
'f<.670 and there will be no more auc- Teul.Lou1s1ana and Oklahoma It's in the down
light secondary area
Florida are a drop In the
I pool this year because the crop Is to crops here. It's going to hurt those little
"r '-,! DW. Usually there are three or four bucket-last year total pecan sales for
'' Florida $X9 million. This it fellows you see picking up pecans: In
'Auctions was
a year said Bob Allen, year
Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven : .' i nanager of the market. could go lower than $1 million. la their made yards.up The mostly pecan of,business little !fellows.here
<# Seedlings and small lots made
'luinl Vrur1Mb ST.XHKK.: KI.OHIIU 23 Cents Copyl'SI'8 {he bulk of the 7,092 pounds of pecans upI from pecan growing season runs That's what you see coining out to the
I market. Its little fellows
who to
IKKU late October until
November mid-
Thiirftito.v. 22,1079 083-700
;: 'sold at the auction and most of the
extra handful of to
get an help
December. and not until money
pecans were sold to retail customers. growers them out at the end of the ,
gather their Stuart Davis year
,1 lit: About 33 growers brought nuts in, up Native
$10.8 MILLION BONANZA SET rand one grower 'J.R. Walnwright and Money Maker' pecans: do they Agriculture officials guessing
.pecans every day at the market. know if It's going to be a good or bad this\ year's crop will be onlyre 20 percent

;;'JB "This Is a terrible Xeu..1 don't year. of last years .yield."Sun _.

** Home Loan Program Still Evolving know what happened, said J.R.'s Walnwright said be had to get some does hurt,'" Wainwright,said
; Richard who helps run theand.buying
: ,1100< of his Stuarts from Georgia, things shaking his head. he slfUdlhrough ,...
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looks like Bradford County's The bonds are expected to be submitted enable participating l lender to function ( I
building industry will get its $10.8 to the Eighth Judicial Circuit primarily the same way It currently j
million Christmas present a little Court for validation !in late operates. 1 1I
late, but the home loan program be- December after Christmas. Lenders will be compensated by so \

Ing developed by the new Housing The new time table is termed ambitious originator's fee of one to three percent : ,
;..Finance Authority .middle income by Glen Allen vicepresidentof of the loan, it was Indicated. L LS .river
Ijjpeopje! Is still evolving. the St. Petersburg investment Thursday. There was much unceftalnty
banking firm of Fischer, Johnson by lenders present as to exactly 11 Y J
=According! to a new tentative time' Allen* Burke,the handler of the bond how the program will fit into their
::3able submitted to the local IIFA last Issue: Allen is the firm's spokesmanfor present operations, how they will be v
:::.TTiurday, Nov. 15, the sale of the $13 the I1FA.Lenders compensated, and U they must use 1 1
: million bond issue will take place were .introduced. to the program their own money to finance homes q
'sometime in January, several monthslaterthan in a work session prior to the during the construction: period. ,1 7wtevrnr
;_ predicted in late August.Siwiitifricr HFA meeting. Allen explained to A lender will have to commit Itself
=:':':' representatives of five area lending to sell a certain amount of bonds. It ,

.. :;. institutions how they will be involved: will have nine months to find source, 1 Unr
and answered questions. to loan the money to. A second nine
b-JrJ1r \ Basically a lending institution approved months will be alloted for lending dup s
for participation will be' Ing which a borrower will be sought'
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responsbile for finding customers for monies not obligated during the
----.' who qualify for home loans. U he fits first nine months. One lender who

,, ,-,,.----- the criteria the prospective home flee page IJA '
--'" owner then can get a home loan at a Tf
lower percentage rate than on the (

open Home market,owners, now have difficulty '755 Voters ;-

finding for home loan at
money a any i .\ .
I price, Allen said. ,
I Back In August the IIF A.the Investment Roll f l .,
banking firm, and an economic Taken Of- tt

study firm tentatively set the amountof ,
the bond Issue at 113 million. Practically .coming
<-=;:r.:: With four primary elec I' I "
,'Allen said the amount of the ,
in i960 of elections t I
w' issue will be determined how much up supervisor
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itJ1rlsT Flynn getting prepared- ''
W5dn.4yy: the lending institutions commit
BAPTIST CHURCH Initially with a voter purge. ,l.t 1 .... ,
themselves to sell. WI -
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According to Florida statutes,voter .
/ nlt.olvln9. Covered Dub In August, It was established that i Sa",
;. : 'upper -*i30F.M. the maximum a family can earn and registration lists must be purged "' : ,'- .
..'.! ..'"'.n.........". Servlc.-130.M.. qualify, for the loan program Is every two years, ellminting those I jt
voters who have In t
: IveryoneWekeme $19,800,, which .is 140 percent of the not participated jj
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median income: of local families.
..a .;- '. S4JReeMor. maximum loan limit of $49,000 and a Approximately 755 voters were ,
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dropped registration
: : 730 .
p.ne.Holid.y loan period of 30 years was alsoestablished.
; Inn year. Mrs. Flynn said leaving 8,466
'! Dinner Meeting The Florida First National Bank of registered voters in Bradford( County. '
She noted the figure constantly .
; .:, ... Jacksonville was established as changing however. ., : I 4I
'. .,.Thvnd. ]v.Noy.11. trustee for the bond funds by the .
The of elections sends
Special' Th.nk. .gl'''.h.f Bradford HF A.A preliminary form of supervisor ,,,, jl
...: .... '- iervtee the trust indenture a legal agreement out renewal cards and if no response t j ,- .f
is received within the Is
.: days : d
.'t !10100A.M. between the HFA and the selected
: "; 5,. Make Ip'acottoI' Church trustee (the bank) which outlines thetruatee's temporarily dropped from the list. A I ,
voter must in III
respond writing -
responsibilles and obWp.tlons k ::, 't
. the elections office that he wants a ,,' \
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to remain the Mrs. said. ; '
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iwas Great
Ij Ii' Of the 1,137 renewal cards sent out Spirit; ': > : '" ,
6 I, CLOUD presented to the lenders. in September. about half came back. ; Heame ,\.. '.r /< For the sleep that ,ride// : ( : '
! Thund.ysed 'rW01 Another document the Financing i.'f"
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i Agreement, describes the lender's with the moon and the (
''away' said Mrs. Flynn.. wl1i: offer the united void :staro; :
Itetetenk ,
f.- duties and I ,
obligations ) '
Th. Community ; compensations 'I't' "

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Flail :
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seTy program '
., The ,lint presidential Preference \\'Jq\ .. "i ? 1 : -Fruits nuts ? ;* .
elSlerfc. election will take 1>. ; ; In ,TJianksgivhYgA\ :d )'. ; grains ,.\, ;; "f.f,
primary place k : ,
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: r r'h-";' beaks will fee epeittre8ul Index... Oct held on 7 and Sept;the 9, the general second presidential primary on Fo-t!Ike 8.Un. /'i-:' For the spirit of ih huntVailj'-\ :,:)\ (;!.
I ;; .rl eure*rktair : '.election on Nov. 4. That warm our earth.housc! when the great ci *1et.iimokora. f.> I'1" '))" ',"JHtv" II" F ..
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Carving Jffp: Birds an Art 1.),

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Jeraei Doegtax J e, ..... bet they're ast 4diis won bs's Pieia... ldtPr k
Matted as a kata.fee-= tMsntpeJ.Mit.......aM became a....1, .... .. i
as art a leis For a revered .err .......bird(hesn.+oadasa. r :- :.
an 1DcIoI..w. me dimn Ire wood baa been.s first....
-r.. always enjoyed uor arch wrood. I shed to came hams I.roaIIE.
(w...he1tYed In P....l11.7IIr...,.....__tie*.f carpentry: -lbvedd.Deeghe ."
be eqIIa led.
ty deesnl consider nhnaeif an artist. but hit craft of IIIrIiIiII& hoTe
a tIIaW wood.. IIefrb creat1&r'ts ill ar.a art..tbeIf.
lnnIaema..ni beta er.( a colt: of while ndar. plant, fII' recho..d. Avery
b rough shape nt oat wits a bud saw Templates are shed Ie draw the
t fiCIIns-the roughed out sfcsp,.and then tb*tatneat. carving start.Deuefeerrr
uses a wood-burning wbtefe create*tb*ree%sUe looting(feather
Although be started out axing whittling lams and hud dJi-Ia. Doagbert ; o r
t / cbm't UN them much any n..e.'What be ready wants 10 get.......m tool,
wbidI is a bwng pal w dla....r speecllbal canon: with ODerdleW1 He laid _
l.at'U tate a wtnre trice CM toes d n expensive.
After many boon of careful work (sometimes as much as CO hour win M let.one _
bird). acrylic Mint to finishing touch. Thar*one Hung rd Jib to take a 4
claw fn-1* UnC.. Right now afa Just kind of hit or BUM with me." DoughertyHit
or miss. Dougherty's work( recently won him a first pro*at the fifth Annual
Competition 01 the Louisiana Wildfowl.Carvers and C.Aiectars Guild ill Hew
Orleans. He also captured two honorable mentions.
by other carvers that were. at the show.'Thus .....:.. M.:;.1..
one should have was be said fK fcjng hia head aa he pointed out a .

The featkers eerialaiy ....ml awl they're ..*>.*........ Thai Is ease.! delicate Ideas com carving from of woodcarvfeg four sparrows frolicking.: and ocats.. : ..;33-.
magazines a big book Can .
Dougherty's prig-.. and sometimes the ideas o.nt.I. D..gkaty and t e St big prise wimeg birds. ...: :::; ..
came screndipstoutly-just be
through something sees. ... _. .,
The bird*arc not wed for decay*,rather they are couecurs items.Dot tasty -....-.... ..-. .,
began selling bin work abort ,.. years ag and .la the first to admit "Nab. I -
couldn't make living at It.tbara for ms 1 tied break eftII." :
Bradford Aids ]Pres. Carter's His birds. which beusnaay carves a pair just because -I like to." all Access to Guidance Clinic :<::
anywhere from $30 to(... .
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ADd what he'DOt anmc birds'!! Dougherty is helping his daacd-er.ltatldeea, .
alias Kilty La Brush make weed sagas ;; "

Big Win Over Sen. Kennedy Big Problem for B-U Clients: > !-j;

U a "sneak preview"of what mayor Lucie.Sarasota and Sumternd tied ri Access to the Bradford-Union McCampbeu said be sees:aaln -
< may not happen in florida the President ia Oke bobe.. Guidance Clinic located on SR-1QO and mediate Meet for more recreationalfacilities
cmidentiaJ preference primary on Populous. Dade was safely in Carter's US-301 baa created a considerable and said if more reercwfion
March 11. President Jimmy Carter bag.. problem for clients it was agreed at apublic available, pert of th
reaped 71 percent of the vole in Sun The President was forced In cancel meeting Thursday night of theDistri Main drug abuse problesome'ms:wo dd
day's straw ballot M Use State bas scheduled appearance at Saturday ct t 111 Mental Health Board. diminish..
Democratic Caaventton in St. night's $SO a plate campaign The' meeting which included a very Spooner said a bigger problem
Petenbvg.' The count was 1.114 for tiaid-raamg dinner because of the short speech by Rep. Frank Williams which results from prisonrelatedstress
Carter to 351 for aUMacbwetta Iranian crisis but First Lady and a film. -Mental Health: A Community Is child and spouse abuse.She
Senator Edward Kennedy. Roaalynn Carter arrived! late Saturday Caring" was held to receive said prison employees do notRcMv*
The Bradford County delegation to extoU her butfcand's leadership feedback on any particular problems."egrMtrmn counseling at work and are-' flest
jooted other neighboring small countes in both foreign and domestic affairs. or solutions" to problems. afraid to seek counseling etscwfeene
of North Central Florida m giving Hard-hitting plugs for Carter were Frank Guntcharri. planner and "We have a unique relationshipwith
Carter a shutout vote over' Kennedy"Zero also made strategic: points during 5 erahuuor for District U1. distributed law enforcement bert "which j
votes for Kennedy" became a the i4aiventMjA by Governor Bob '" a questionnaire designed' to pinpoint helps us considerably in- treating
kind of theme song as North and West Graham and former Governor (now counseling needs of a nmmw: ity. alcohol abuse cases,said Dr..WHUam.
Florida counties look their turn at the foreign trades alliance negotiator Williams said be is very much involved Lennon. director of the B-U cfimer.:"
microphone to announce results: Reuben Askew. in the citizen advisory concept The sheriffs department referral
Bradford-Carter 7. Kennedy 0; Fulfilling its prime purpose aa a ) and stressed be will work forlegislature their chronic alcohol and drug
Union-Carter 5. Kennedy 0; Cay- fundraiser the convention fen pat in the area of community abusers to the center for counseling:

Caner II. Kennedy; Baker-Carter short of the so.00o revenue an- suw.i mental health. .......
.. Kennedy 0. Acrots North Florida Uctpated. but did come close with an ,?), After the film the floor was openedfor .. ...-.. ...
from the Atlantic to the Gulf. Carter estimated S30.000 for the party's war discussion. David McCampbeU. ,"
hut out Kennedy except for four chest. B-lTs youth counselor asked that
votes won by the Senator in Ouval. The Bradford delegation was bead- Jan DMgherty taws aw ** awe wtth aa w btu l.g knife. He said feeTf.n Rep. Williams speak up in the next Crime Report:::
and 12 he picked up in Leon County ed by Mrs.Loci a Green,county committee mach "*'b.ns ..Jr- .W instead a ea.....d fearaiag pew to create legislative session for dollars for
Kennedy won only six counuesBroward. chairman and included E.L. lie five detail M ate btrda.Brooker preventauve counseling.: _.
Martin. Palm Beach St. )Matthews vice-chairman; George H. "All the money we spend on after- ---
Pierce. Guy Andrews Bob Milner. tbe-fact counseling could much better Man Dies in Mobile':;
Jr.. Commissioner of Agriculture be spent on preventative program*.'* Fire'u
The average lifopan of Doyle Conner and Rep. Frank Appoints New MarshalA McCampbeU said. Education and Home _--. -?
the eyelash 'r about -y
Williams. Alternates attending were prevention programs are sorely needed -
ISO diyi. But other hairmay Cecelia Terwtllegar and Sandra he added. A 7-year old Starke man was. found
endure up to fouryean. Sanders. new town marshal was hired by a garbage collection contract for $300 Williams agreed! that more money dead Sunday night after 'a* lire.
unanimous vote at Breaker's regular per month. Crimea'bid was the same should be focused on preventative destroyed his mobile home ..' .
council meeting last Tuesday (Nov. as previoua years. counseling programs and said he will Loraine Jefferson, of RL -2.'Box
A. keep that in mind during next year's 137A was found by his neighbor and
Jerry B. Miller,local restaurateuv ..The water meter readiag contract legislative session.Coracharrtasfcadwhat. cousin Lee Allen Sr.. according-to
HARRY GRUEN. DDS was voted in VO to replace: Tomm| ....awarded to Paul Pretcntt at S93 a counselors Bradford County Volunteer FireDepartntenf
v" r *i ........... Raulermn. who resigned in June.f of maneH-jao.jnortper monUi Oan last ia thtaarea consider.lacs*Ptggatt problems CMef fUrry Gfeen.After
personal reasons. Miller's appomc years Md. and all agreed access to the Allen's wifaar.K8melied smoke her
meat win run until the February dec B-U offices created a considerable husband saw Jefferson's trade inflames
lions, when he may run for election. Collection of past due water and problem. They have applied for and found Jefferson !trtslde
RICHARD J. KOSCH. DDS Miller who worked with the garbage tails was : grants in the past however have not the back door in the hallway'AOenpulled
Ouefland Police Department for struction given to the marahaity received any federal money for im- Jefferson from the trailer bat
Announce the relocation of their officeto three years,win receive shoo .onth, clerk and city attorney to take .. ;Jefferson showed no signs of life. ....
for Ids pan-time iMrah-imf. job. collect the fees. .o.IIn.. Mary EDen Peterson whose An autopsy has been ordered -
Prescott. to purchase daughter at B-U. said her Smoking in bed may have
In other business: a new meter lock and terminate biggest problem is getting her cause of the fire according I0Gtt.

; ,. 459 West Call Street service' to past-dun customers ta accordance daughter to the done safely. The trailer was a total JOBS and
-WEOis Crimea was awarded the with town po q. Abo discussed at the meeting was Allen's trailer which sits cosllt,
'T the drug and alcohol problem in Bradford suffered about lUlU in damage.,Green!
:1' Sfarke. Florida32091 St. Edwards Church Halt and Union counties. Counselor said. .. .. ...;_-
Carol Spooner said she thinks there ia.
Telephone ((904)964-5152) a considerable problem in this county '" .i
BINGOo with alcohol abuse as well as drug
Convicted MurdererT-i i
abuse McCampbeU agreed and said
Saturday 7:00 P.M., the problems often begin at a very .
o 411 H Tem Av.. Start*. Fla. young .... and again be pointed out Escapes from UCF:...--
the need for preventative counseling.

-..-- A convicted murderer who escaped
ESTAui..i n u 1904 from Union Correctional Institute
Closed Wednesday Afternoon &Thursday FcrThaaksginingOVER Sunday' evening after climbing three
fences and dodging guard's buUeta ta
150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST still at large and prison-officials
believe he may have left 4bn'Im

f Santa Has His Cap Set on Gifts by 'i rt. sentences may'for killing 29, ;serving a janitor three.: ;Awhile-..:Bfe;.:

tyring to rob a restaurant Fort
Layaway Now For Christmas
on his in the prison
/ f ( hospital's dietary litchi n -about 5am
e'er when he & : :
Paul Gunning assistant sew
dent of operations at UCI. ".. ;.."
Canning said a tower guard knotted
Riley climbing the third andhlast
fence and shot at him but Riley lip
peel over the fence .;.tb:::-
ar ia "We haven't beard peep,'*Cunn
ALI1TAf; tt3AA [JJJ1 : ing said.He added Riley has probably

r wo.. made soils distance on foot or h*. waa.
t+.Mc4A-CWor 12-bead (Wed ato ne Packed up. js z:
Dosskr. We oft,Low, High aottYips Cunning said In the light of RTtey's
e DouoN Cooatrip $4..C El.ctrkpreSsr.mw ..-II pp Ky 29tst b daA loot load ss.ta speed Oxrdrol sentences be could be considered
F6pF nom swan b onns piles na..ehlrsrw g q..n Easy dews 3 OL staMasa stool dangerous ..-.,-..- ?,

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$1299 s13ss $19 $36"StarifrFIi.9fif52If ; ,.:... .N$19g
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wtey y':
Officer Arrested
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>Yri A coriTrtlonal
i officer at; l wtey
(a"'TE Tcctional' Institute ....arnsteiI

Tuesday :r'i.trac chanNnofinIlnjllai'lLii J -
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40 Ostoeddnr wrstl c.s+ ArAs. twCw..JlI .... ............CIIRIfOI o 2'paabn Man.abt County Jail awaiting On_a
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$2999 X99 $1299 $1499 $1 X99 .

Man Arrested for:; J

Shoplifting .
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GUARANTEE reauMi Honday aftemoon for sbonhl

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November II. "7t TBLKORAPH PftftWM

October,;:Student >Enrollment Count, v 32 to Die, ;I

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''-;., FHP
Improves Schofol Board Reserve Fund SaysTraffic ; j

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Improved student count In Oaf Casey and Duncan said the present .Accepted the. low bid of $5034 accidents: : will claim the
bas Increased the operating light Is dim. and that some of the incandescent from Key GMC of Mobile, Alabamafor lives of 32 people In Florida during the I
.l'f' : e: account for the, Bradford fixtures don't work now. 14 diesel trucks for use In four Thanksgiving holidays unless :
-ji9\O elL board to $110.000. up from The new lights are of the type that slate yoc.tionallChoola. The board motorists and pedestrians put forth :
may. pt, Tom Casey said MoniCa' take a period of time to warm up. was taking bids for the State Depart- an extra effort to prevent them
Some of the incandescent: lights will ment of Education. Four of the trucks ti predicts the Florida Highway Patrol.

.roofs-... ...... be left to provide light in case electricity are for the local vo-tech center but all
could take some of that goes off white the gym is In 14 will be delivered her and pickedup "The countdown will begin at.p.m. l

: } : .y. the board learned In a use Casey said. by the other schools. Wednesday, Nov.Nov.21. "and end midnight r .
Sunday, 25. to
Bradford accordIngtl I
m High Principal
Colonel Beach ,
who reported leaks in Christmas Holidays .Okayed a method for Title 1 Patrol. Eldrtge ,
:atwrnewJy: remodeled cafeteria and in6rhivctrrwent Cut Short One Day parents make complaints and set a
the school calendar to
: the new BUS buildings Adjusting review of the current migrant education -
Last traffic
there 36
;: lost when year
makeup a school was
up in the past five years. day at the end of the current
program fatalities during the 103-hour: period.
closed of hurricane
Sept 4 because a
.r Board members were not sure school year. Board member Arthur ,
,enough of their improved financial scare the board approved Supt.Casey's Gaskins said he has Investigated the The Thanksgiving holiday period Is
picture to give the Bradford County recommendation that migrant and thinks the -p. I
program one of the heaviest traffic holidays of
Health-.Department the $8,000 it has student return to school one day early students could be served as well In the Timothy Pattllto receives first aid from rescue workers Friday after an accident the year FlIP says. Highways will be :
requested for services provided the after. Christmas-. 2 instead of regular Title 1 program, that the on Call Street threw him off hilt motorcycle. Psltlllo suffered a broken leg. jammed with motorists headed for

school system. Board member J.T. Jan. 3.Several other migrant program is redundant. visits with friends and relatives to enJoy
Parrish, on whose motion the $8,000 make-up days were "There's a lot of paper work for a the traditional "turkey and trim-
allocation was tabled a month ago suggested but Supt Casey's recommendation mighty little production, as you men- Youth Injured in Motorcycle Accident mings."
said Monday night he wasn't ready to prevailed after discussion: tioned." Supt. Casey told Gaskins ,
bring the matter off the table yet. A complaint was lodged by meaning the Title 1 program Is more A he will remain In traction for another ;
The October student count showed members of the Bradford Education productive In the number students Street Fri yifteranoontetsulted) three to four weeks. The ISLE (Intensified Speed Limit
Association that changes in the calendar No were filed against Pat Enforcement) program has been In !
the school has
county system 3,840fulltime it serves than the migrant program broken leg for old '
16-year Timothy
effect the state since Nov. '
should be a negotiated Item. Mrs. tillo. Estimated damage to the two ,
equivalent FTE) studentl.Surto which consists of 3 to students Eugene
Pattiilo of Starke.. :
said. Julie Miller told the board if it actedon motorcycles was $80. 16 and will remain in effect through
Casey the recommendation Monday night taught in a van. Pattillo and another motorcyclist Nov 30 In an effort to reduce the trap

the There number was of a students sizable increase in almost in it would constitute an unfair labor .Okayed the slaugter of a hog by the' west Byron on Roberts Call Street, 17,when were Pattillo traveling ran .................... fic fatality prediction.

every area" Casey told the school practice."You FFA chapter which plans to use the Into the left rear of Roberts' 1975 Editor's note: I
board. The middle school had a very may act, attorney Wolbert 'money to feed out a steer for the up- Suzuki. Pattillo was thrown off his Starke City Commission will meet Motorists who plan to travel during
Urge .addition, Lawtey showed afare told the board. said file coming county fair. The'hog was motorcycle, a 1978 Kawasaki, which tonight, Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. in this holiday period should leave home I
:increase and all other schools BEA members they may donated by BiU Alderman. landed on top of him. Roberts was city hall. Due to early publication, we in plenty of time with a planned trip
had more moderate Increases in the an unfair labor practice suit. slightly injured. were unable to run the story.City and be certain that plenty of time II I

..number students Casey said. Okayed two additional working Pattillo remains in satisfactory Clerk Merrill Edwards said nothing is. allowed for safe return trip home I
::Reserve funds actually got up to Public Hearing SetOn days from 190 to 192 per year for condition at Alachua General where on the agenda for the meeting. Col. Beach urges. 1
,$167,000Casey said but $40.000 was Exams for Credit cafeteria workers. The cafeteria
pent on.additional teachers and sup- Acting on a new state law which requires workers were given three addtional .
school board to
the all other school
port.penonnel. paid holidays as were
students passing examinations by board employees but chose to use one \

.,1". : :. ... 3 Buildings Leaklftg.V. the state to be exempt from certain of their existing planning days as one \f
: i.--,: '... At Bradford High courses the, the matter board set for a its public December hearing of the paid holidays adding just two
"* ;Warranties to cover the cost of on days to the work year. \
repairing leaky buildings are much meeting.Principal
Jim Duncan said hedoesn't
(Sought by the school board and staff.Architect .Okayed purchase of a new freezer
he is think the new rule will deluge food for tI
Craig Salley said cer- and a cutter Hampton I
'|aln.4he roofs of buildings constructed.under BUS with requests for exams becausethe Elementary. All schools are short of ..,
that too ,
him in the past several. years standards are so high not freezer space, said Food Coordinator I
jar. Still under warranty. many students can pass the test Delores Morgan. Supt. Casey said the 1
....Two: major leaks In the BHS without taking the course. HE was the only school for which the '
cafeteria were reported by Principal The state has suggested exams for State Department of Education ap- .
but BUS doesn'thave
nine service areas, SERVICE
:Jim.Duncan-one over the stove area proved new food equipment althoughnew
:And.: a massive leak over the dry good all the nine areas Duncan said.A equipment was requested for all.

area.the brand new cafeteria, Mr. Bid Is A Bid schools.
The school board refused to nullifya
Salley? asked board member
bid of $13.90 per unit on 68 chairs "

Spengler.- "...with the 3o-ear-old roof on it, submitted by Pyramid Paper Com Pick-Up Truck Hit :,

you. remember' Salley quickly pany.Pyramid requested the bid be
.ether leaks at BHS are over the at- disallowed because of a mistake. Crossing US-301, \
Next lowest bid was over $21 per
tendance area in the administrativearea ', '
,: in the math-science building chair.The board accepted for evaluationby A three-car accident Friday even- J' a ,
constructed in 1974, and outside the
the school staff bids on sewing ing on SR-18 and US-301 totaled a 1957
chorus room in the new hallway Chevy pickup truck damaged a
machines, a $6,600 engine;
enclosed between the cafeteria and .
Mercedes Benz station wagon to the "
analyzer, office furniture for Project
(the.band and chorus rooms.l1tiaUey.lald PASS vocational equipment, video tune of$5,000 and damaged 1971 Ford. .,'.
contractor Ernest Triestis
There were no injuries.
cassette player-recorder and TV + .1 '.
in South Carolina at present but
>that -he.; will contact someone in carts and TV receivers.In James Hawkins, 16,of Hampton,at- .'. ,
i Triest's. firm and investigate the tempted to cross US-301 his pickupand "

,ieakwithir;' ) the.next.few day. other action, the board: failed, striking the 1979 Mercedes ,j .. .. J

r4 owned by Lewis Lee,of Jacksonville. ., ,. .. ( '
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tiitwtgy .. 'Okayed payment totaling$100,008 The'.Mercedes then .truc:1Ctbe..F: : 11. .. .,. .. ; : jFroe
.ol.1ard .
'WnA .C'I't6 !f 'I". to Trteat Construction Cot for work on 'J"P, .. ...,,, tit onaaslr edw H Y' wt. t.
Owned by Frank Gomes of Stark
Be Fenced Dogs ;
:';:1-::!T. Aflllin"! the Vo-Tech Phase 4 and Lawtey : : .
ni; Siijcfi the are Elementary and payments totaling Hawkins was cited '
4lrtiady fenced almost around the violation '
:> the] school board decided Mon- $1,494 to architect Craig Salley for against restrictions and -

t.day school night to enclose the entire school work on those two projects plus the right-of-way. "
yard. to keep out stray dogs which Lawtey Elementary i Tho
havebecome a problem.n.li'lindpal .
: Refused Triest final re-
to pay a
Charles Hall said he has
: the middle Man Arrested for
a of over$30,000 on
Attempted to take action to keep dogs school There are
partitions project.

dice Aboardor sftheCampUS ul so far.help Hall in but a letter asked has been to the Lawtey unsuc school just punch four list,minor said architect items left Salley on the in BurglaryA (Bl] Jllllll] IUIUJJm

board member Arthur Gaskins. 11:11 making the request for Triest who 22 Monday Starke man was arrested
said he seems unable to solve what he was present. morning and charged
"It's reflection Mr. Triest, but
no with burglary.
the LE
termed definite problem
'i a but wants the board to know I have an aversion to paying for Allison Lewis of 524 N. Cherry St.
campus he hU-Attempted to do something. something that Is not complete,' said was arrested by Bradford sheriffsdeputy 110 W. Call St. 8S4-6784

Attorney J.J. Wolbert will I In- board member Pat Spengler. John Dempsey for breakingand
if the board can enforce entering the home of Danny and
vestigaje see Instructed Supt. Casey not to allowa Sherry Norman who live off SR-225. You'N ed It.
a rule that stray from dogs the be picked speech therapist. Earl Howell, with Lewis had been doing work for the We Can Print The Job You Need When
upend taken away campus "
to drive bus'anymore. <
alcohol problem a
an Normans:
.Wolbert said a new state law allows Casey said Howell Is A $20.000 bond was originally set .. .. .
/claw enforcement officers to pick up '. t' V ':
: leave to take treatmentat 'VV: "I ti: j .1 I
presently on but Lewis was later released on his .'
..dogIlUlat run at large impound them, Avon Park. recognizance.. We Offer: : : 'f3" **!''
'; and destroy them if not claimed. own ..' .:
."A fence would demonstrate"you'd "i, .. .-' .- : it'S- ; '.* ';'
all Supt. : : "
taken precautions you can <
Casey told the board the fence can be. Miami Woman Dies in AccidentA QUICK PRIftTIMG Camera Ready Copy At A Vary Raasonabla Price., .. "

,. gadded using safety to life funds from : ,
: 'Uie state which must be used in con-. .. ",.I, ,,'
4nectlon with student safety was the victim's husband. '. : 'i ..r:,'," ':f
....'........ ing resulted one-car: accident In the death Saturday of a 87yearold morn-- According to the autospy report. "T > 1" :< \ <" R

a :Complaint Lodged Miami woman Bessie Mae Mrs. Johnson died of a broken neck. COME SEE I

_>' :Against Bus Driver Johnson. The three others suffered minor Injuries . !
.,. .A\ 23-name petition was acceptedand 'According to Lawtey police reports and were taken to Bradford , Investigation set Into the driv- a 1977 Lincoln Continental driven by County Hospital, treated and reacts- : ,". .r. \ .' ,.. ,\\',-"
j iuig-of,:School Bus No. 24 driven by ed. '
Herbert Johnson, 49'also of Miami I :' t
JHary.Mayben. The petition was subp4itted.'by was traveling north on US-301 and Officer Nelson Jackson said the investigation ..., .e. Brochures. ,ti' o .Forms ., /. :
Bonnie Davis, a' of the \ 1 ;
: Mrs. Is
crossed the southbound lanes striking pending receipt .. .. ., .
neighbor of Mrs. Mayben. a pedestrian foot bridge and Ian- blood alcohol test and he said there is I.' tr ) .J .
.Mrs: Davis told the school board of ding upright in a small gulley between reason to believe criminal charges : .:, o NCR Carbonless
-/several instances, which she said the north and south bound lanes. will be filed against Herbert'Johnson, f J e Envelopes ) ,
-demonstrated the bus driver is" There were two passengers in the the son of Mrs.Johnson.Approximately : Forms "

"incapable of transporting children back seat Simon Roberts 71, of $2,500 damage was '
-'.,-9'he investigation will consist of a .Ocala and Lonnie Johnson C5, who done to the car and $323 done to the Letterheads ,: '
either riding on the bus .
::.school official foot bridge.deffrey
or following it to observe the behaviorof Advertisement,
the driver Supt. Casey said. Once .. '
a complaint is lodged an investigation Scott McRae ... 'e Sales Receipts On Newsprints : ,+ '

at promised its must December to be report made meeting.back Casey to the said.board He ,never stops learning ;';,J' I.:. .. ........ ..... .. ...., ..... ....'::.-"--.. ,..... ....,.." ....... .. .... .......,... -- ---- .l' '.1 '

Like all Life 'of Georgia 'i. 10 % Needs '" I
New Lighting Set 3' /! OFF All Your Printing. . ," .
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For Bradford High Gym i -1
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ta.citlng" ; the Jim"horrible.1 Duncan,a condition term usedbyPrincipal of people, he is convinced :::(. ?,'; !" During The Month Of November',"' ," ," .

lighting in the Bradford High gym.'Supt ray".' that the more he knows -*n. :ff ..' 1' ,' .. .;. .. ...., '. I \". Ih ) .
:' Casey recommended that the ',d: ,.' ;"f'f i ,

.,school board approve spending n.= about life insurance,. the '...' I. "
:-of reserve funds to install new lights. i'i '
.,-.Casey said the new )lights win use ,f more he can do for you "' -: I. *>>' ;

In-stall present only 60 light percent but of be. the much etectricty brighter. Recently he graduated and your family.from an intensive ', .'I ;.,. '. ,'!:.;; .I.. > Compare Your Printing 'PriC,et. '! ;,:::> -;' i.

THE BRADFORD two-year course of study sponsored : ; Your Quote To ls.! '' :; '. !
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH Life Underwriter Training Council :: ,,
The r{ .J II'1 II'1'Ir'
Published Thursday I by < a :
at 138: W.every Call Street ; 't t'b :.tt; : ,;.;' ', _' ,

an insurance educational organization. ', I' I
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I HOU5E' Rows wteraaUcNsalty acclaimed '";
THE WHITE String Quartet> wB bring their"suave

:: "r THANKSGIVING' DAY.1ST* :" Yo t.. and aewwr.rstaiedswsic. to #
," VI' ,..' BY THE PRESIDENT I ,. the Stark W__'*CM*next week
.... This the second .
", UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ,: presentation during
.OF THE twP": "" >,;, :" ': the Faa Festival of tine Performing

e.,"?' Arts will be presented te the
A PROCLAMATION woman's CJab auditorium at I pm.Tuesday. ,
.', f Nov. V.: i

Thanksgiving Day was first celebratedin laid. In this two hundred and fourth years r"r Formed at the University of North i ir

this land not in a moment of unbridled of our independence, we have good Cars WT.the quartet made its !
for gratitude: for liberty in,a New York dsfcut at Unceia Center to :
triumph, but in times of great adversity.The reasons it..
1177 and has toured outside of the UAanauaUy.
colonies of Massachusetts and world where repression is common,, for with performances inEurtrpe. .t...

Virginia had few material possessions to peace in a world of threats and terror and Australia. New Zealand.South .

help them face the dangers of the war. for a bounteous harvest in a world Africa and South America, :
had certainty that where hunger and despair still stalk ;
wilderness. They no Members of the quartet are
the harvests for which they gave thanks much ofLike mankiDd. Patricio Cobs first vioua,a native .1
Chile: Arlene Di Cecco second violin .
would be sufficient to carry them througha those who came before us. we ,
a lion rated the Royal Academy of :;:.: :
long winter. Yet they gave thanks to come to give thanks for our singular Music fa London; Luca Di Cecco. -
God for what they had and for the hope of deliverances and blessings in a time of cello a former chairman of the f
Creative Arts Department at the '.:: :
this new land. and great promise. May we :
bother of North Carolina
In the darkest hour of the American proportion to that which we Pamela University.. *lla. ;viola igit
have received trusting not in our wealth ...... .
Revolution when: the young Republic faced formerly with the San Antonio Symphony _
and comforts but in the strength of our and the Austin Symphony hiTexas. ,
defeat by the strongest military
poweron .
Earth our forefathers also saw fit to purpose, that all nations mightbtm ttd
similarly blessed with liberty County Agents .
In the .
thanks for their blessings.
give !September MW theRaw.quartetwas
dance and live in fcy Bobby L. r
Civil Presi- peace. the Qosriet-in- :
midst of a devastating war. appointed t"' :" _
dent Lincoln proclaimed a day to express Residence at the State University of Notebook
gratitude for our "singular deliverancesand NOW. THEREFORE I. JIMMY New York in Buffalo Rated as probably
CARTER President of the United Statesof the most prestigious endowed
blessings. America do proclaim Thursday the cihatrtorastring quartet aaywfierris
the USthe Buffalo residency was
The ensuing years have multiplied our 22nd of November, 1979 as ThanksgivingDay. previously held by the legendaryBudapest The weather has been Ideal the last from in the past U none are available**

nation's blessings. We have been I ask all Americans to give thankson String Quartet followed by week or so for Just about everyone. there pec.anlare available and at some at the of

delivered from repeated perils and we that day for the blessings AlmightyGod the Cleveland String Quartet. Mild days and cool nights make Just our local produce markets North 301- in
market platform on
with abundance has bestowed upon us, and seek to be about any outdoor activity pleasure. '
been blessed
have Starke.
The first performance in the current -
of what have received.IN .
of those who offered good stewards we
beyond the imaginings Arts Festival series featarecljaa Temperature and moisture conditions '
thanks in the chill of approachingwinter musician Jimmy Owen and bis have been ideal for strawberries. Retail prices for pecans this-year
more than three-and-one-half cen- WITNESS WHEREOF. I have ensemble on Oct. 12 and the final program greens winter forages like rye have been in the$1 to$1.25 per pound
turies hereunto set my hand this twentyeighthday will present the Opera-a-Ia- and ryegrass.and most of these crops depending on the variety and quait ..,
ago.Succeeding of September in the year of our Lord Carte company at the Woman's dub have been making good growth. These higher prices are a result of the'
nineteen hundred seventy-nineandof the on Saturday. Dec.ft, at 8 p.m. local supply and demand situation,'
generations have broadened the United States of Cool nights and light frosts slows I e abort supply means high prices"
the freedom they cherished and the opportunity Independence of The festival is sponsored by Santa down or stops growth of warm season and vice vena. .-. ..'
they sought and built a mighty America the two hundred and fourth. Fe Junior College m cooperation with plants like our lawngrasses.namentals 0eIhope
the Bradford School and ."" "" '"
County system,
nation on the strong foundations they -JIMMY CARTER and the Starke Woman's dub. The you did a good Job of caring for The supply and demand situation

performances are open; to the public your summer plants so they are ready having its effect on pork producers.
and there is no admission charge. for the winter his 1980 outlook information. Dr.:
James Simpson our Livestock:

Back to winter forages .Us time to Marketing Economist at the Universe.?
I fertilize rye. ryegrass and clover if ty of Florida has the following to say-

Deflating The Myth History of you have already done so. All but about bogs. _- ... _,;>
., I-
clover needs a complete! fertilizer like
Thanksgiving 10-10-10 (or some good ole poultry Hog Inventories at about 65 million
manure) at the beginning of the year head in mid-1979 are still below the'record .
President Carter's resounding victory over The fourth puncture in the Kennedy myth to get them off to a good start, they 67 million bead in 1970. Also

Senator Edward Kennedy in the Democratic may well result from the forthcoming Thanksgiving Day bdrmna. glorious might need additional nitrogen in per capital pork consumption for 1979
presidential straw ballot at St Petersburg presidential campaign debates on January 5 time for a big turkey to have January or February if forage is estimated at 70 pounds, is well below4
Deeded for the 1971 level of 79 pounds. Thus the::
friends and relatives visit and to start grazing. ;
Sunday was the latest in a series of happen- and 7 in lowa-the first time in the nation'shistory potential for continued herd expan-"
ings that are one by one. shattering the mythof that televised debates have been heldin readying far the Christmas holidays.The rye mentioned before that the 1779 km exists especially considering

"Kennedy invinCIbility" in national politics.The the primaries between competing can- origin behind the festive day. pecan crop was probably the l lightest that many producers are still experiencing -u*
didates of the same party. Heretofore such however,has had more morning and ever. There was only about 7.000 positive margins on feed1'
has meant many more things to different pounds on the first and only auction and feeder pigs despite protracted.r
first puncture in the balloon of the Ken- confrontations have been staged only between
What follows to brief last low market in-
people. a week at the Starke State Farmers relatively hog. .prices-
nedy mythology was the devastating inter- nominees of the major parties during General history a/what Thanksgiving Day' Market. According to Manager Bob 1979. -. ;."I
view of Sen. Kennedy by Roger Mudd on the Election campaigns. BkCWMl vO pro tw e CKKWvC>t a &. Allen,this was probably the smallest '.' -r- ,,- > l.j ,.-t( :;
CBS network ten days ago in which the sale the market has n erIeDcec1 "" The final result idiot' market.hog"
Senator issues and is self assured Although the practice of setting prices in Florida will likely reach"'
dodged the failed to give Although Senator Kennedy -
a day thanks did not
apart originate I have bad several calls about "loGin the first quarter of 1986;drop*
straightforward answers to all questions and impressive when delivering a prepared in New ,
Kngland, a governor m the where folks can get pecans with such back to the $40 area by second, '
whether political or personal, that were put to address he seems to be just the opposite when Plymouth colony issued the first a small crop.lye suggested they con quarter, and average about $35..dur
him with merciless bluntness by Mr. Mudd. facing a hostile interviewer. His performancebefore Thanksgiving proclamation in the tact the giuweis they have bought ing the last half of 1980. :- '"
autumn of 1621. Under orders received ...w....:::;
the television cameras during the .
from Governor William Bradford. t'oj'
The second puncture occurred during the Roger Mudd interview was generally regarded the first New England day of thanks -

shaky and unsatisfying press conference that as a political catastrophe.If for the harvest was celebrated Ibm FORESTRY : :

accompanied formal announcement of the
Kennedy candidacy in Boston. Here again the he turns in another such disastrous perfor- It was 23 years later when the WIN -". : I
Mork Fries ;; p
Dutch of New York issued a BRADFORD COUNTY :
colony || .
performance fell short of the standards set by mance during his debate with President thanfciHQviog proclamation U- II ?;;!g

Senator Kennedy's more politically convinc- Carter on January 7, before some 100 million ... 'a a
ing bothers John and Robert. viewers on nationwide television it could prove During the Revolutionary War a :;:gym

to be the fourth and perhaps fatal puncturein day of national thanksgiving, was annually Christmas can come twice a year grades. At the camps they '.111.wri

The third and most recent deflation of the invincibility the myth of Kennedy invincibility. Waitingin but after recommended peace hi 17S4.by there Congress.was no for some lucky youngsters.The .assigned to dormitories according to -
in the will be another deflation to sex and to study groups according 141"age.
myth came Sunday's straw wings sure national call for thankfulness.! Fiverears Florida Division of is "
ballot at St. Petersburg where President come in the Flori;!a primary next March.To later President George now offering gin certificates Forestry that can .... -1More

Carter snared 76 percent of the vote ofFlorida's Washington ordered a day of appear at the usual time-perhaps in a than 1.000 youngsters attended -''"
his idealistic and somewhat visionary thanksgiving for the adoption of the Christmas stocking-and can be cashed last years Summer Environme1ical
delegates to the state convention. followers. Senator Kennedy undoubtedly looked Constitution. This was the nntIhaDUciYiDC in next summer for a weeklong Program at Blackwater ..RivetState .
Straw ballots are not binding of course but much better as potential candidate than proclamation by adventure at one of the beautiful state Forest (near Pensacola) 'and:
like in .. any pnsidenL1'baIIbciYinC forests. The $60 fee 4$10 now. the remainder -
straws the wind they are invaluable in Withlacoocnee State Forest' tnear.olBrooksville
he does
in the harsh
now spotlight of
when the child goes to )
showing which way the political breezes are Day as a national camp ).
pragmatic politics. covers everything but transportation
blowing. religious festival dates from 1863. to the forestThere's
Credit for bringing this about to usually In small co-ed groups the students f .
given to Sarah J.Hale.While editor a bonus too: each child explore the forest ecosystems guidedby
I of the Boston Ladies' Magazine in who attends next summer will. stand professional foresters and college
Beware of The Pigeon Drop9With 18CT Mn. Hale urged the observance chance of being selected! for an extra trained environmental experts. The
of a day throughout the country for advanced week free of charge. relationships between soil air.water.
the expression 01 thanks for the blessings
of the Fun and games have a place in the plants and wildlife are the f'f'; theprogram ;
winter around the and the ,
just corner we can bank-then out another door money year. ,and
students offered
program too.A day-long canoe trip is are
expect a return to Florida of the so-called goes with him. Later the Ladies' Magazine consolidated one of the i highlights of nm.'ftt.but opportunity to become totally involved

"snow birds" seeking to escape another seige The drop" is usually pulled off by with Godey-s Lady's Bookof other activities abound. both plannedand in understanding the fragJe UTP 1
of foul weather up north. Along with the better "pigeon first Philadelphia. As editor of Codey's. unplanned. Swimming fishing. that ties all forest life forms together/*
The swindler .
class of tourists, who arc always welcome, we two or more con women. Mrs. Hale wrote editorial after volleyball and Softball are only a few :: ::
will as usual get a sprinkling of the other pretends to find a money-filled envelope lyingon editorial in support of the plan. She of the possibilities. Both boys andgirls At the end of each week 12'of the1'''

kind-those who try to for their winter the sidewalk near an innocent bystander.The also wrote letters to governors are eligible if they are presently students will be nominated hy:":AheT. ;
pay 'partner then walks up and and to the presi enrolled in the sixth through the llth staff to participate in the free; weeklong -
vacation by film amming others out of their
dent. She finally succeeded in persuading advanced
when "told" about the found "money. session. Moving right
hard-earned cash. demands that the "finder" divide the windfall many governors to fix the from week one to week twovhffe' >J
last Thursday in November as a day defeated the French at Pokrtiers in students will,
out in the forest,
three ways since they are all involved. The of thanksgiving. 1356. the Archbishop of Canterbury camp
cook their
One of the meals
most despicable class of thieves over an open rtreT
victim is selected to hold all the "money" for ordered.that Thanksgiving be
continue their of
prowling our streets is the confidence first national studies the
today While the celebration celebrated for eight days in an of
swindler-a scoundrel 1 who preys especially on thirty days and if no one claims it during that of the day was held in ISO.the first international Enafana forest ecology. t, '; M-
the three will meet again the
lime on same
celebration held hiWashington.
our elderly citizens. In of the was
issued regularly spite warnings and spot to split the find. But in order to be en- D.C. in ISO*. It was con- Centuries later, special Thanksgiving Your local forestry office has more
by police departments trusted with the "found money" the victim is mewed b1 the Rev. Dr. William T. services were held in St. Paw'sCathedral information on both the Summer En-:
stories and editorials in the newspapers many asked to put up some"good faith money"with Russell, rector of St. Patrick's after the defeat of the vironmental Program and they gift t
older Americans, as well as some Church in that Spanish Armada in ISM and for certificates. Or the
younger the other two women. All the "money" is Catholic city. you can write to> ?
ones' are Mill being bilked out of their life savings various other military triumphs aswell Environmental Forester, Division of>I
and tied and the victim is the for the from
given as recovery illness
wrapped Although some people maintain: Collins
by con artists using such swindles the Forestry Building;
that found. It that of members of the royal family. '. ,
"bank examiner scheme" and "the pigrondrop" envelope was now actually contains Thanksgiving batJ: America Tallahassee Florida 32301. :>.. "
swindle cut up strips of old newspapers, the was suggested by Feast But for more than 200 years ::'; v'lviC:
faith' been switched of the Tabernacles. Its origin datesfurUwt' England bad
"good money having by back. a national Thanksgiving +-
the swindlers during the wrapping Day established out of gratitude for If there's a special child on your
Being forwarned is being forearmed and process. For example many special days of the failure of the plot to blow up the lISt. consider the gift of a week Of run.,,, '
those who are able to recognize earmarks thanksgiving were observed in King and the HousTof Lords onNoV. and tearnin; It could be the moat Imi-' a

of these schemes are less likely to fall victim The best way to avoid being victimized by England. After the Black Prince S. 160. que gift you U ever give. "'t>, .,:..1.: '.

lo them. Here. then is how they work.In such schemes is to refuse to have dealings in- /, ,i-:'.)

volving money. with strangers or casual ac- ,. ............. .
the"bank examiner" scheme the con artist quaintances. If you have friendsespeciallysenior
posing as a bank officer or a police officer citizens-who might, fall prey to such '\. .ey sift .
asks his intended victim to withdraw a schemes be sure to inform them of how these : ilip4\

certain amount of money from his bank account schemes work so that they will not be caughtoffguard. :: '

to help trap "a dishonest teller". After Always beware of strangers offer- '

the money is withdrawn the victim is asked to ing secret get-rich-quick: propositions, deals SINCE ISTf '! : ::

meet the swindler away from the bank and that must be acted on immediately without 1' 4hoi BOB O. FERGUSON-JOHN, M.. MILLER 'rfa\1! (

give him the money to "compare the serial time to think them over and discuss with ," hWiallert "4rfvba.b.d ..

numbers" for use as evidence to arrest theemployee friends. When a total stranger offers you 'j Mil 1t...4i, ........--..Ow...,.........p0Ntce M.................Act" i i.I ,
something for nothing. that is exactly what MwxfcJ.UTIj ,
The cash according to the con \\.I: 'r. I, : ": ;
man. will be immediately redeposited in the you will get-nothing-plus the loss of whatever I' ."..u-.Y.. NSfa....... *i. '

victim's account. But once the money is turned -' personarfunds you might. put up to show your I ........... O.erd.W.d._su rst.6.1.w Mwa. ." ., ,:_. ,
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.'?" Mrs. Reggie Flynn Coffee Honoree METHODIST YOUTHACTIVITIES I

\ '''{" honored Flynn, a recent bidewa. with a fall arrangement.
1' at a "coffee" Saturday Assisting In serving were Mrs.Bob
; ,# '!'1 : morning Nov. 17, giver by .Mrs. by Autry. Mrs. Larry Crawford Mrs.
) /" Freeman Register,III at her borne on Mark Fries Mrs. Bob Patterson and
,, ;Ji': ...,.v' Hampton Lake, Mrs. Jerry iJIWam.. Thank Yes Lord The United
,, \ ,,...," ;. I'" Greeting the guests at the door The hostessgave' the honoree: a Methodists Youth Group will hold a
the mother Mrs. silver Ice bucket Thanksgiving Worship Service In the
,. .it were honor, her as a memento of the
:"; "U' C.E.Scott and Mrs.George Flynn,Jr. occasion. Sanctuary this Wednesday evening at
I a I ; The refreshment table was covered Approximately 79 guests called bet- 8:30: p.m. Everyone Is encouraged to ,
AA,: with a white linen cloth and centered ween the hours of 9:30: and 11 a.m. come out and join'the youth in giving
thanks to God this Thanksgiving Eve.
The Junior youth group will present
ij Miss Shan Edwards Honored at Coffee "Thank You, Lord"' the Intermediate
group"Spiritual Food for
\ Miss Shan Edwards, whose marriage line were presented with orchid con Thanksgiving" and the Senior groupuOthera"fi
to Phillip Johns will be an eventof sages. The service will conclude at
ti, Dec. IS, was honored at a "coffee": Mrs.Thornton Invited the guests In- 7 p.m.All participants In the programare
Saturday, Nov 17, at the home of to the dining room where the refreshment to be at the church at 0p.m.
F '."' :,,, "11t /,": Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., on East Call table was covered with an Advent Wreaths. On Sunday evening -
',P.' Street. Army-Navy cloth over a gold liner. Nov. 25, the youth groups will be Fred Smiths Celebrate :
The table centered advent wreaths for
<,I '." \''' was with an ear making
... 'M1 .;.,' Co-hostesses were Mrs. John thtone dried and silk fall centerpieceIn Christmas.The program will begin at 35th Ani)
:. '" ,>"" Anderson, Mrs. Robert Biggs. Mrs. a monkey pod container. ep.m. and will be under the directionof Anniversary
F 4, J.E. Denmark Mrs. E. E. Thornton, Presiding at the silver service at In- Dr. and Mrs.Ann Whiffen and Mrs.
'.(' : Mrs. Joseph VaUnskl and Mrs. Warren tervals were Mrs. Hiram S.G. Denmark. All youth are requested Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Smith of
m s,_ _ Winkler. Mrs. David Browning Chap to bring the rings from their Starke celebrated their 35th wedding
\MM1,;" 'Ik'{. Guests were greeted at the door by Elaine Griffls. Pouring punch,at a wreaths last year and some Juniper anniversary Nov 15 at a dinner partyat
,. ,'., \ Mrs. Winkler and presented to the silver punch bowl were Miss Lisa Mitchell greenery. Following the making of the Brown Derby in Gainesville
N .k'.
receiving line composed of Mrs. Miss Vicki Norman and Mrs. the wreaths, Rev.George Harper will given by their children Wayne, Barbara -
Carter Jr. the honoree, her mother, Frank Williams. lead the group In a devotional In the David and Lanay. Also attn,
: Mrs. Curtis; Edwards, mother of the The hostesses presented the sanctuary. ding were Ricky, Helen and ChrIata"tC001aae
i prospective- groom, Mrs. Jerome honoree with a place setting as a Candle Sales. All youth with all of Gainesville.Mr. .
Johns and grandmothers, Mrs. Marcus memento of the occasion.: candles, bells and plaques are asked
1 Howard, Mrs. Charley Johns, 250 guests were invited to call bet- to turn in all unsold items and monieson and Mrs. Jerome Johns and
Mrs. Guy Edwards and Mrs. Alvin ween the hours ten and twelve hand at the youth meeting on Sun- son, Phillip, were In Delray Beach

..... ..,. Mr.sad Mn.D..lel E.And nag Klrkland. All those In the receiving o'clock. day evening, Nov. 25. Saturday and Sunday and attended:
Don Denton the wedding of Elizabeth Van TrtteIJe'to

I 'Denise: Dowling and Danio:I Anderson Methodist Women Elects New Slate Of OfficersThe Youth DirectorMr. night.Robert Cunkleton on Saturday

: .,,..Wed Nov. '3 at SardisBaplfistChurch United Methodist Women of the tian global concerns Mrs. James and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison are
First Barron and Mrs Robert Green;
United Methodist Church, and Mrs. Charles Francis, Mr. and spending Thanksgiving Day with
I Baptist Church In WOTthiriKton Highlighting; the altar were two Starke. elected their new officers at Christian social Involvement Mrs. Mrs. Robert MUner and Mr. and Mrs. their son and family,Robert Harrison
I the Nov. 8 general meeting.The A.J. Eaves III. Don Hardy and families are In Ocala.
the of the SaturdayNov.
was setting large baskets rat fall flowers, a large chairmen Eva Blair 1
Group : : group
., 3 wedding of Denise Dowling arch decorated I with greenery and an Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. G.F.
following officers will be Installed Mrs. Morris Williams Kate Struth
,-daughter of Mrs. Lila Dowling arch of candles with four small at the January meeting: presi group 2-Mrs.J.T.Carver; ; Nolla Mid- McGauley in Palatka. BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST
and the late T.A. of Lake candelabras.
Dowling dent Mrs D.W. Thornton; vice- dleton group 3 Miss Edna Sexton;
Butler to Daniel E. Anderson, son of Sharon Lyorns, pianist, presented a DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS
president Mrs. Henry Godwin; Hazel Matthews group 4 Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dolembo of
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson Sr. of program of nt rpUal, music. secretary Mrs. R.B. Newland; Torode; Blanche Williams group 5 Venice, Fla. and Misses Irish and
SUfrtt&;; Dennis Doivllng served as best treasurer-Mrs.. William Lawson. Mrs. John Schmidt; Beth Strickland ,Kathy Myers of Tallahassee are
Re :-Vlctor Nlckerson performed man. Ushers were Roy Singletary Mission coordinators: Christian group 8 > Mrs. Richard Roberts. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. 964.1954
tb4 ::30,..}>>.m. candlelight ceremony. Charlie Watson, Buddy Guynn and personhood..Mrs. Richard Odom and Committee on nominations 1980 .John Myers.
PlM } David Kilby. Mrs. Titus Olson; supportive com- Mrs. R.S. Mullins, Mrs. John Torode .
1W&Debra Green tendant.Janet Jorda Bridtaunaids tt attended were as honor Donna at- munity Mrs. V..,. Spengler; Chris and Mrs. Randy Johns.

Worrell, Tenwa Dowling, Connie Julian E. McRae
Speaks On 4-H. ClubsWoman's Guynn and Vicky! Anderson. They Miss Lisa Ekard Shower HonoreeGcuaranty earns National Quality Award.
were attired -alike in yellow satin
Club gowns with ch.iffon floral ruffle. They This annual award is given by the I
wore yellow v/ide/ brimmed hats and Miss Lisa Ekard, brlde-elect of other greenery were In the family
Miss:Debra Green spoke on 4-H club carried noattgays of mixed fall Donnie Kelly, was honored with a room. National Association of Life
work.around the state at the StarkeWoman's flowers with f sill colored ribbons. bridal shower, on Thursday night Miss Ekard, her mother Mrs. Underwriters to life
Club luncheon-meeting Michelle Ell buon attended as flower given by Mrs. William George and Virginia Ekard and Mrs. George Kelly insurance
.W4! :president, Mrs. W.H. Thomson in marriage by her uncle, and daughter, Pam, and Mrs. Nor- were presented with red silk: rose con I
"1 presided over the meeting Mrs.John H.P. Elixson, (the bride wore an empire man Redding and daughter, Christieat sages. their policyholders '
Greene,. chairman, presented Miss gown of Bit t Ik: organza and French the home of the latter on Standing Games were played and prizes To earn the award this Life of I
Rut6))Milton from the state 4-H office Imported cb intilly lace. Crystal Street. were awarded.
University of Florida,who introducedthe : pleating Iram lied the Jeweled lace Candles and greenery highlighted ,,, The hostesses presented Miss 1& All Georgia man has demonstrated
guest speaker. .,,1 bodice and.w is repeated again wtttor then, din1n '.room table which wasii, 't Ekard with thecovered: sugar bowl of.. J.' I
Miss Green from Brooker, who is laeoJboadJl mi: the fuHWabop steevntu/ covered w h are b,cloth;,Taq| flower,l her chosen china as a memento of thagj\ ,. j J.Jils ability;,to tailo*ourwidevarjety J
state! winner land.,1oca1.4-Hgroop. Tiers of crysta l II l pleating edged the full.> arrangements hanging baskets and occasion. of plans to fit the ;ihdMdciaf ds"' fhi f jSbie ftoltflSf.:1 'I
nj\$' nber spoke on 4-H club workaroujtff silhouette of Ui i e skirt and swept into a .
He has also
the state. cathedral trail ci. Her crown of crystal AuxUUary'I' 'Starke Woman's Club been unusually proficient in keeping His

JMrsp.W.: Whiffen, chairman ofMiddle. pleated lace scored! her floor length Hospital .". Rummage Sale Pec.8 policyholders adequately protected as their insur-
School Special Olympics white net veil.,:She carried a bible topped .
reported on participation by the club with an oirchid: with yellow and To Meet Nov. 26 The Starke Woman's Club will have a ance needs change.We .
members. Club members voted to sonia roses aiv.d babies breath.A rummage sale Saturday Dec. 8 at 8
buy the banner for the Bradford Middle reception was also held at the Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary a.m. until 4 p.m.... at the Badeock applaud his professionalism and congratulate
School Special Olympics. Amend- church where, Robin Pritchette kept will have its general meeting and corner. him for earning one of his industry's most
ments to the by-laws were approved.The the bride's bo ok at a table where a Dutch treat dinner Monday night, Items for sale will Include, gifts, prestigious
annual Parade of Homes will bud vase held a yellow rose. Nov.28,at 7 p.m. at the Western Steer jewelry, clothes, plants, pottery recognitions: the National Quality Award.
.6e held In conjunction with a A three-tli ered wedding cake .Steak House. vases and miscellaneous items.
Christmas tea and bazaar on Sunday centered the bride's table. Sue
Dec. 9, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Ticketst Whitehead cut the cake. New Store Opening ?" '
$3.00 each are being sold by club Pauline Cra wford presided at the a' 150 W.Call St.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and
embers. The bazaar will feature flowing fountaiIn punch bowl. sons Life of Georgia
Warehouse Boutique clothing store of Jacksonville
are Thanksgivingguests
items and baked goods. Carolyn and
Croti.by Dorothy
homemade Seay will Friday at 150 W. Call Street, of his Mr. and Mrs.
open parents Life
f Insurance of
this assisted Company
_ ,JoJlfated on the parade in sera;ing and caring for the GeorgiaP.O.
The former Hand store, Miller,
Things By George
I eal',8re: Mr. and Mrs. Don TWey.r. g Box 67/Starke, Florida 32091/473-2448
and Mrs. Joseph Reese, Mr. andro. Following la wedding trip to next to .Koch's Drug Store, featuringwomen'
Leslie Wood,Mr.and Mrs.Jesse Dana Beach r the couple is residing wear.
Vplbert,. Dr. and Mrs. William Mar- Butler;.
.chese.. First United Methodist The bride is employed at the Recep-
//Fellowship Hall and the Pine Level tion and Medic ill Center. Steven Moran of FSU is spendingthe
/Baptist Church. Maps for the tour will Mr. AndersoMi is employed at the long weekend with his parents,'
/be Available at the Christmas tea. Union Correct!onal Institution. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran. u4 j J

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BHS class of 1964 is planning a ,

15 year reunion on Saturday,Dec. 1 atthe.SLarJte I' In Starke, Florida
Golf and Country Club. .,
information In regards to this ; AT i ii
reunion;; please call 933-2891 or. ,
96+6&48.n, ." ,1' Will Be Offering Services ,.
If you have been contacted and : I. '
have; uot..responded, please do so assoot Limit td To Our Convenient Drive-In\'Teller fi.:
that ; -A ,
) .possible so final plans .. ,"',:
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50th Anniversary i 4 YOU CAN AFFORD : : 4kt.1. y I '

j OnFri.Nov.23STARKE '
M ;and Mrs. LeRoy MlzeU of Lake 1
Butler-will celebrate their !50th Wedding "
?Anniversary with a reception
Sundayj: Nov. 25, from 2-4 p.m. at the .
,eke Butler Community Center. .

I(/but Noirtvitations<
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dially invited to attend. Guaranty ys ; ; 4
ass W.Mwllion St. IINI it f' '. "
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Savings Loan '
Fort Myers visiting their daughterand Association' ESLIC .. 1980 Fleetwood Stone Ridge tI'I': : ,.. ,
family, Mr. and Mrs Oler of Gainesville", -- -- ., ,' ,," ,
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Nick's Lava Service I

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Monthly Lawn. :Service T. ; .. 'i! tI : ,;WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M.H4H ': ; : JOHN BROWN'S ,I'I)

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.. Starke' v;.. '$'.'' I 473-4177 9. to,5 p.m. ,! I I II
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Bt.Edwat de' intense \ Peggy Sheller save.tnlermaUon on Up At St. Mark's Church .
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tin. Joseph Quay I It cards sent and calls made to the sick: ., ...
the St. Edwards' Bazaar planeerflar of the community. A clothing bank .Is being estabished d tetlleloUdmnQ ....... f
Nov. 30 and Dec t from 9 a.r ...gp Kathy Peraini gave reformation of at M. Mark's Church andl Day School eclothingrr teak ty a
.m.at the Bradford Square Sbopphng the Installation oftslopJahnSnyder: in Starke to provide child n jn'f clothe Clergyman school principal teacner !
Center. to be held in St. Augustine on Dec. 5. for needy families. or social service: worker.
Hand made and novelty Items Nary Cissy, chairman, gave This ministry Is designs'!d to aid the The person giving the referral
1 suitable tmas gifts will be highlights of the Bazaar planned for very poor and those will 0 have no should give the parent a note statingthe
\ featured,as well as a candy and baked Nov.30 and Dec. 1 In front of the Wlnn other means of provtdinc, clothes for parent's and children's names,
goods booth. At the close of the Dixie store. their children. ages the signature
Bazaar prizes of $100 and a hand Plans were made for a church The clothing bank will b<>held in the and title of the giving the referral.
; crocheted bedspread will be given cleaning on Nov. 17. Parish Hall at St. Mark'ti and will be There will be no for the
,t, .. away. (t was decided to collect canned and open one day in December or clothing at the bank when referral
L v.y t I staple items at Thanksgiving time for January, as soon as enouiiih clothing is presented "<'
1 ti; Altar Society distribution to the needy. has been gathered to' distribute. St. Mark's Is currently accepting
e t Mrs. Claire Brunets, president, The Annual Christmas Party will be Warm winter clothing i It especially donations of clean wearable clothing
presided at the meeting of St Edwarda' held\in the parish hall on Dec. 4. needed at this time. in pre-schooi! up through teen,sizes.
ti Altar Society held in the Members were requested to bring The opening date will b e announcedat
1I w pariah hall on Nov. I, Christmas wrapped guts for the girls\ a later time.Recipients Clothing may be taken to St. Mark's
Altar Chairman Carol Ashllne at the local Volunteers of America of the clothing may Day School 212 N.Church St.,Starke,
I I t 4 reported that Antoinette StefanelU home. come from aU areas surrounding Monday- Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30
and Gerry Rodrigue have altar care At the conclusion of the meeting Starke. Any parent who til in need of pm. \.
during November.Mr.and Mrs.Mike refreshments of cake and coffee were .__ ______ ._ _n -

.I' Dazlnskl have volunteered for this served by the hostess, Jane Bawek. .- DWIGHT SLATER'S '
work in December ; )

.;"i. Pine Level Baptist Church .I
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,:.. Baylos Highway Baptist .fIOu US. 301 S.

Sunday Morning Having Fish Fry 7_A.M. 12 P.M. a Walnut' St.
Radio Broadcast (WPXE) '135, .. .
Sunday School 10, Morning Worship -- r L
\ 11. : Sunday Evening; Church is having their Annual Fish MOTOR Oil ,
Adult Choir Rehearsal 5:30: ,'TrainIng Fry Saturday, Nov. 24, at II P.M. at G OR Pil
\'. Time 6:30. Evening Worship 7. 'i the church. 3 Qt. I 29
r t Wednesday Evening -\,' Members and friends are Invited to 18 02. .,t Texa
Mid-Week Service 7:30: Adult Choir attend. PLEASE COME! PjueTex.! ,.Dep.
? ,. Rehearsal 8:30. The Frampton Family Gospel
"I' Thursday Evening Singers will be there to give you some Borden's ALL BRAN DS BEER
; b; ,. Soulwinning Visitation 7:19. real good gospel singing
.' Saturday Morning Pastor, $:'1"' 1300 Case
Bus Workers'Meeting 9,Bus Visitation Dave Medelroa MILK Gal. | Over Cost... .
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Mr.and Mn.Fructo Mart Crawford: 9th 1980 S'I

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I Becky Wallace and Mark Crawford I NST A N T Wl N N ERC-'S 1000IM T WiNNER E

United in Marriage Oct. 6 in TennesseeBecky r -" GAMI AT PANTRf MIDE -*'-'"'"" :

Renee Wallace and Francis single pink carnations surrounded by ONN Mark Crawford were united In mar baby's breath. They wore sprigs of POSTlrlM tACH STORI
riage Saturday,Oct.6,at 7 p.m.at the baby's breath in their hair. .
Park Lane Church of the Nazarene in Lee Ann :Trythall, cousin of the YOU COULD BE AN INSTANT WINNER! -- DOLORES .ALDAU* a:
Clarksville,Tenn. bride,served as flower girl wearing a Ill OlfAIH AT ITCMI + f SOUTH DAYTOtMr y*'
The Rev Danny Crow of Olive dress identical to those of the atten- a:
Branch Mis*. performed the dants. She carried white basket of ProFootballALA : 9 100.00 'ENTER OUR 1980 OLDS ?5

candlelight double-ring ceremony.The roses and carnations petals. $1,000 WINNERS DRAWINGS YOU COULD ''
bride is the and Jess ,
daughter of Mr. Dunlap Amory,Miss servedas
beat II -.-.-,. r.. .. M/Y. -. _..., YM ..t...NNN. _OI /
Mrs. Joseph W. Wallace of man. Groomsmen were Royce ...._ =
Clarksville Tenn. Dunlap of Birmingham Ala. and ,.w.ion tMrM s ......u _MMOfl**VOV_._ HOtM .4_t..YNN a 7 s:} V
Mr. Crawford is the ion of Mn. Ira Steve Crawford, of pensacol., ROTONJACKSONVILLE .pe'r'r:: M =.. .:.. iN.au NUUU-IN: : '.... "1N.....a'M-_ SSS DETAILS AT STOMSMIIT ;
_......eons_ ..._ MAXIMO WILL M N\LUIN JAN.14 NOV 91AT
Wells of Gulf Breeze Fla., (formerly brother of the groom. Kevin Abrams Of' easK1 Mrwr OtM 9 ANTftV MIM tTOftl M34 UANOmO M.VDL At M
Betty Crawford of Starke) and F.M. served as ring bearer.Immediately .
Crawford of Starke. following the ,
The bride given in marriage by her ceremony the bride's parents hosted ions
father, wore a polyester organza a reception at the church Fellowship EATINORCOOIUHG
gown over peau de sole.Chantilly lace HalL

trimmed the neckline, bodice and Servers were Mrs. Freda Ficklln, ,..,..._
cuffs of long full sleeves. Appliqueswere MaryvUl, Tenn. and Mrs. Cynthia i korlYA \
strewn about the skirt that extended Shelton, sisters of the bride and Mrs. .:! :
Into a chapel train. Her fingertip Charon Trythall. cousin of the bride. L uwinc -i \
veil of illusion was edged with After wedding trip to Gatlinburg, Ga. Red Sweet Potatoes 5 trsts ...
matching lace. She carried colonial Tenn. the couple returned to their IAWM II'lIo1 fA
style bouquet with silk stephanotis, OarkavUle Tenn. residence.Mr. L fresh.:Yellow Onions ".'<''.3'If.:J" )
pixie carnations and white jack frost and Mrs. Ira Wells hosted a s A c s purft, .;'" ".....,.,"" .. ''if
roses. rehearsal dinner at the Holiday Inn In lIIt-Reo'trIGolden Aplfle BUTsM YI"'I"J
Toni Rosa served as maid of honor. Clarksville before IMWEmperor ,1w
Bridesmaids were Cheryl Wallace, Mr. Crawford graduated from 90 79C 2 Red Grapes I; !9 f taQ
sister of the bride and Patricia Anderson. Bradford High School, attended LB BAG secs I' LB 59e unm
They wore burgundy gowns Mississippi College in CUaton, Miss., iT LI{ Fresh Florida Grapefruit bra t 11nl!!!
featuring flared capes and flared and is stationed in Fort Campbell, BAG IMAM ;
floor length skirts. They carried Ky., with the 101st Airborne Div. SAVE 40C aavE 210 aavE 2oa Snowhite Mushrooms II'#19.t

i Fresh Anjou Pears ,ni j3'9 tJ

p.r60flat SurttJ&O""tlU.S.. NO. 1 $ "tl FRESH SuI$ JII"tl SWEET Fresh Green Cabbage It

Dublin.Mr. and Ga.Mrs.last WS.Thursday Haas to were Satur-in Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Gossett of BAKING CALIFORNIA FB.ORlrQ'A' Loose WAN Yellow Onions ,a424} :e''

day visiting an aunt, Mrs. Sallie Mobile Ala are Wednesday to Sun UMM> .,
Knight.Mr. ly.day guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Ear- POTATOES. BROCCOLI T ANGER ONE un Fresh MI..Cole iw CAU Slaw I mmGlace' or Salad nr.{9@

and Mrs. David Christopher of SAVE 201 Pineapple :J..1 1':31:
Waycross, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.J.R.Weldon and family 1'0..0. LARGE 4 'rzN' UMfttjMfGlace
Harry Stalling of Gainesville and of Jacksonville are Thanksgiving BUNCH 79 oornr! 24 FOR $1 Red Cherries 1iji;
families are spending Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Gladys Weldon. LB BAG lAVE tOO IM MC ..III INBrUGlace' .,
with their father, Charles L. Dinkins.Mr. Mixed FruitBETTY :9 6;

and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Mr.and Mrs.J.M.Edwards,Sr.are LIBBY'S s.oss s o, CROCKER
Redkey, Ind., spent last Sunday to visiting their daughter, Ms. Gayle 10MATO JUICE OR PILLSBURY
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas and daughter, Kelt In COUPONS CAKE MIXES 3
Jacksonville this week. '

W.Mr.Brown.and Mrs. Morris Williams.Col./ Mrs. Rick Prick and sons, Shaun I"lava ::l 46ot CAN 59 II: ::;?20dSSORTEO::,"1 g9 FLAVORS ;:

and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher. Jr.. Mr. and and Ryan of Pace, Fla. spent last .J
Mrs. John Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to Sunday with her parental CLIP & SAVE $1.08

Bob Ferguson attended the Northwest Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead and ,
Florida fall square dance roundup in Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Prick..
Tallahassee Friday and Saturday. ------------. ------------------ --,

Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Mrs. June .' "BUY $JGEII: ;fR S' ,' I
Edwards visited Mrs. '
Ears Yongue (
in the Geriatric Center in Ocala on Sr PANTRY PRIDE :

Sunday.Mr. .

and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and KNOV7 Ei iaay .
daughters of Vail, Colo. were Saturday +' el 1I ; r dos y /
to Monday guests of her parents, Bydene I y C2la :
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. a
Uudon. JI.M. i
RossQ. "' 16oz CAN 121

Jeffrey Warren of Brandon spent 100 y"! :I.29 1. WITH TMI COUKMI MCMUV Nov 11 THRU VfOWIlOAV 9oz 9 9
the weekend with I his parents,Mr.and I get a terrible COUNT MOV S1a'roucco 0*1ACM moouc COUroo WITH A ;00 OK I BAG e
Mrs J.D. Warren and attended the In -----r------rr-rr--r-----r.M..J
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wheel between SO SAVE 30a
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Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin attended mph. I don't notice I BUY t ':GE.T J. :FREE. I I SAVE 20a
the Florida Automobile Dealer's any vibration until my 1 I

Association. convention in Bermuda speed reaches about Best Buys In Groceries! 1 I 1 .._.....J
Nov 1115. 52, and It disappears at 3d3nQI

speeds above 60. It la. I BPSiBuvrin8akv y r.", ...,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown and famJ.I WllbllWI MARSHMALLOWSV '
I ly and Mr.and Mrs.George W.Brown not shock absorbers Golden Grain Rice-A-Ronf 2/1/ 4' IM MI n no..AI t urn dU
I are Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. ,because they pass the Mr*IN ear NSNNN I 10oz m tah Pantry Pride Dinner Rolls/ t1-
and Mrs. C.L. Dauley in Brunswick "bounce test.' Golden Grain Rice.A.Ronll 21/ 1 / **. ,
Ga. t m I IfaW VsMW.fttf Pies ,. $1.1'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Edwards A. do anything Golden Gram Rice-A-Roni l 2/1/ ; WITH TMW COOtXM laXWOAV,MOV 11 MNI)KrlOIMIfOA h S iM"N NN .' '.af'?
and NON 91 nr5 L-.ION
check rou 1.CNCON.OnwIN..1\\0N
I family of Naples are spending ,else! tires for KM IK MCA* L--------------r-w Golden Top Pumpkin Pie :t1"'::'
Thanksgiving weekend with his bulvai and proper Inflation. Arjo Limas 3/1/ --r------MJ N-,1 S"IN""2 IN 1MeM.llr. :14,
If theM check and there .
out. 7
loimumm Pantry Pride Rolls '.tj ,l:,h. \
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed are no loot wheel nuts, look Kleenex Towels 59 \ : .

wards. .t the ccr's steering linUse.IUIM .gun: ,GEl 1 -EaEE.I Eia Pound ,.
|| Cut Cake 99t" \
the front of the ear end PanTry Pride Potato Chips 69 .. .,, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mike White of
path out on' both front GbS7
Gainesville and Miss Cindy Smith of wheel. Then pull in on both ...m MOTLibtay's PANTRY PRIDE Pumpkin t. 39't.ji i; \
wheel. Green Beans 3/1/ _.... "
Lawtey are Thanksgiving guests of Witch Idler arm. ? ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. pitman....and tie rod ends -inn,KM nmRasedale I KING SIZEBREAD I Hot Cocoa Mix !:Ja..+ .';,\I
for play anywhere. Replace Sweet Peas 3/S1/ MM.MtUIMDBUMM
1 Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and any pert which cannot be 'Pantry, P.Jidl Roar 19.u
daughter of Jacksonville Beach spent tightened. If nothing seems -. i M'MI+"" ?M
, XW t7
loot, be r-ii SAVE
the weekend with his parents,Mr.and cure none of the >ES 1 JM. .
l rode are bent AIM shake '
Mn. Huston McClane.: each rod to see If.it baa play.' IHausKceFFEI> 30* 1 20oz LOAF 423 DOWNY ,
Oemaged part should be J CAM MOV H tr UUIt IOCIACH COUPON WTX.
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Misses Cheryl Phillips and Karen replaced.soon at panl""" ., I J..L OMIMOS CASH \-- MM 000 OMMK TMACCO MOOUCT111NCLU01a I R. SE
Wilson of Cleveland.Tenn.are guests rL-.1 sz J
this week of Cheryl's mother, Mrs. ; NOC

Betty Ann Phillips. Uatoactite Parts CeatirStirtt ( l

. .' Archie Green of Miami is spending
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Wednesday to Sunday with! his .

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Middle SclloolBeta Club

11'DMl..dferd, MOB.School Juniortag sore for this -
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: ...... $2 OFF I: t i the Dee. Woman1 Club Tour ef Homes. ',:I

I Jesse Wolbert Home in Country Club Estatos On Tour of Homes 1
I Or(I off S2 any off medium any large pi.pl...u.. Comfort and pleasant living exemplify for children. tractive deck and an eight foot all >
a ut Mukmiiour piiin by hand ronllvmukMilunud the lovely home of Mr. and This home .la beautifully located on wood fence.
ICI'v.'; !> And savmannout Mrs. Jesse Wolbert in Country Club a wooded lot where the back yard includes I
.....:.....- 'I plaza really makes II....11... I Estates. a redwood hot tub with an at. December The home tin the will Parade be on display
'; 8115 N. Temple. Ave. This home featured a great room of Homes. I
I StarKe. Fla. 984-8700 I with wooden brass fan,four bedroomsand
..,, ...._.......... ., two baths. The
:::..-m1a1...t e.0", tae- ? --r: : :... "1.T,. ':i'i'-;: :; suite is on one side of master the house bedroom with More Contestants Needed for Dream Girl ''I

library and on the other side, three
s bedrooms including built-in bedroomWave Pageant, Entry Deadline Wednesdaysponsored !

J Two new contestants, for a total of by the Florida Bank at
12 so far, have entered the second an- Starke Leslie Ann Nugent, 3.
nual Dream Girl Beauty Pageant daughter of Leslie and Hannah
a festive Thanksgiving ALL STORES WILL BECLOUD which set for Saturday, Dec. 1, In Nugent and sponsored by Mosley's
the National Guard Armory on Ed- Tire Co.; Tern Tillman 3. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Tillman and
; wards Road In Starke. Randy
s.:;" 'Prom the Supermarket Thinking you. "HAltHSGIVING Deadline to enter the 1979 contest sponsored by Sonny' Real Pit BnaQue -
":;fol' DAY has been extended four days, until of Jacksonville and Kerry Fay
: Taylor, 4, daughter of Mrs. Kay
3 i. next Wednesday, Nov. 25, so more
QUICK FROZEN U.S.D.A. GRADE A contestants can enter. Anyone Interested Taylor of Starke and sponsored by
is urged Pageant Coordinator Carter's TV.
a tips 6511.
y Debra Norman, phone There are two entries for Little
t 964-8849, as soon as possible. Miss Dream Girl aged 710. Lisa
FARMER GRAY BASTED/AUTOMATIC POP-UP TIMER New contestants, both In the Tiny Burma, 7, .is the daughter of Mrs.
;* Dream Girl division, are Tosha M.A. Payne Jr, of Starke and is sponsored -
Suzasnne Grace, 4, and Tammy Jean by the Looking Glass. Styling
F- YOUNG 17 LBS 3 UP 69! Starling, 4. Center in Starke Plaza. Angela Shannon
rr; A ..rTURKEY51oT01eLBs79 Brian Wynn. 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis,8,Is the daughter of Chuck
Wayne Wynn of Starke, .Is the second and Gayle Davis and is sponsored by
entrant in the Tiny Dream Boy Contest Diane's Beauty Shop.
for ages 34. Brian is sponsoredby First entry for the Junior Miss
t9.0ll Piggly-Wiggly. David Prevail. 4, Dream Girl for girls. aged 11-15.is Kelly -
tiEI1D2EN is a previous entrant the Tiny Dream Denise Moore, 11, daughter of
_.._ .._ Wayne and Cathy Moore and -
ALL mere sae _.aa.Mr.a ..r1aI Boy Division under the sponsorship of sponsored
: The Flahin' Shack. David's parents by Sun Shine Electric.
I onuels Smoked Franks S111 ,_. "! ._ '. ._ em are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prevatt. Entries are still being accepted .,
_.. I t __ The Tiny Dream Girl contest.with from area contestants who wish to
P."' .Qam M ,
rtOrmels Cure II Ham S'HI, Its two new entrants this week, has a take part In the Dec. 1 contest which ,
tI ,
will have five divisions: Dream i
A total of seven so far. New contestants 1
Axelrods IMW-IIKVMMI Ricotta CheeseMUWOBMinuMiMMMMinUMn S221 A e Tosha Suzanne Grace 4. daughter of Boy and Tiny Dream Girl for youths
Mr. and Mrs. Michael d Grace and aged 3-6, Little Miss Dream Girl for t
Farms Chicken Franks MJTalnwdje sponsoredsd by Holiday Inn of Starke, aged 7-10 a Junior Miss DreamGirl
for girls aged 11-13. and Miss ,
and Tammy Jean Starling, 4,
Ea" 4 h4/r NErYnU 78 daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Craig Startling Dream Girl Division for young t.
Core:Bd Margarinefoffffviiay SiP t/ iMxgxbe women aged 1&21. l.
58" '" :. : ,".W- n."sCO'I", .. qfltarke.ram. "*, aWinnarsj-in, eacb, divi.1onwill .
: $1 TN o4Ely CAS. :t receive' a crown, banner flower'strophy
i MM mm MUJT- Tiny Dream Girl and$13 cash. First and second
i1.aSWI! Steak ..S2" 5TO NAeats Division last runners-up will receive trophies. ,
lea..tmttnimmmuim 7IBa 8.ta" cAaTea year. Previous. Contestants will be judged on beau-
Freshly Ground Beet tia contestants are ty, poise, and personality. Girls will .
-.. Butts Stacy Lee Bryan wear long gowns, boys will wear :
,frtsn Pork of S111. sAve 204 A u SAVE 20d A u SAVE 40d 4,daughter of Mr. suits. Contestants will each be asked I'
imimiuf+.um* r j and Mrs. Michael one question and will model their out
Skjilet Brand Bacon 93i( 1: I Bryan of Starke fits. No talent necessary.
SHENANDOAH RANDarmwa.rmum 4 and sponsored by Interested persons should: contact (
Pride 4/681 FARMER GRAY
Biscuits Debra Box 113
Padtrk" ruaiunr PAN BOASTSuoirra Bryan's Gulf Ser Norman Rt.2. F-2. i
YOUNG DUCKS DINNER HAMS : GrscM vice; Christa Starke FL 32091. phone 984-6849 {
Boneless Turkey Ham tI sill YJA.A.ONAOI''A 4 TO aoNRLiss ITO : s.339 0299'Ls Faith Modesitt, Stt, daughter of Mr. Margaret Ann Bennett phone
..rrt: SAYS a 4/1/ phone 964-616S or after S p.m.782-8977.
(L"-"" .iMpaFyneTaste YOUNG TURKEY
; Meat Botopiaf S131 i aaY .
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: Z9e: 59 i LUX BATH CAT HALF Mrs. Joan (Robert) Hall Slarke la a .1.... winner .la Feod F....'. weekly ".
CAN 'SOAP GALLON football contest i.
L9TTERputdKCountri Bobby Darden manager .f the Starke Feed Fair Store, receives: the .1.... ,
fArE god 20 'Ls 'SArE.oaf winning ticket: from Mrs.Hall who was shaking when she realised she had woo %'
50a 41$1 BAG $119 1.000.. She'll.. the winning for Christmas. !Mrs. Hall says.
.- -- .- The$1.00 ticket was the first Mrs.Hall had saved. After Saturday morning
'shopping trip to Food Fair. Mrs....11..... her children stopped to eat leach ad
ti1 asr"
f '" s "a" Mushrooms, 49tJ calcler SPEITE. ROYAL CROWN Be.t Buvll"tibbj'i.'HkiBtans the children began opening the football Ucketl. Mrs.Hall read the......ticket
or DIET RITE Fz "RxJ1. and decided she'd better save that one to see U there was anything to tae game.
: 21'1'TAB.f ee waCH" COLA The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 31-S1 the following Monday'algbt.
GAPE SODA gg + h iwEaalr Mrs. Hall had tamed off the game early. Bnt the score was tied SI-21
tranberrj 4' m*mni Sauce- 394 2 UTER 8TL S PAN t... .n. Pantry Pride Whipped ToppingfyBifjajre'peTchis 49t with twe minutes to go a4 the Eagles scored 10 points la the final muurtes ..
PWs Drros.T '
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mstLoam* i Rice 79 Sierra Sliced Strawberries. 31'1/ Bo It all matched Mrs. Hall's ticket from Food. Fair which the presented .. "
( Best &rysiAllytYlperksl aa.as.aa.h the clerk the following Tuesda.In,. The first digit ef each team's score I
59 Disposable Razors 2/M 1 Morton Pumpkin Pies 896 had to match Mrs. HaU'a ticket and they did!
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I' fAGREAT4"IFTIDEAJ! 'Colgate Shave Cream 594 lit. Peanut Butter S1.97 Morton Mince Pies 89 Ladies Auxiliary Holds Potluck DinnerThe

,:,',4 topd Oft CfcjJT " listerine vutmomuna Mouthwash '1" Crisco; Shortening S2.19 Pantry; Pride Orange Jaketmtmxmimmm 31S1

.. .....- <* ( ladles of the Starke Qiurch of followed with a speech about the mission
h -mumm m urn not
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e1....ir..>.r....hw.Im..sear........;;.. ..,: ,'r'n"s Maraschino Cherries 59li Folier's Caffee S3.09 Pet Frozen, Pie Shells 99\( God held its annual potluck Missionary Island of Haiti given by Mrs.
/ i1 ,*li i i*.iM W.M ar .t I as m amt ,pinner. Nov. 13 In the Benton Futch. Mrs. Futch goes to
,.rOA.Sf? y : ONOSKS Swift blll' W/Beans/ 59069i Fol lUtMat ers Coffee 6.37 'Glad TaUKJtcheaBags 89d79i fellowship hall of the church. The Haiti twice a year, she shared many
.,| wf | IIIJJ. MM IW1WMW tables were decorated In the traditional pictures and mementos of Haiti with
i cALCH4-11s..0tt: Chips rolger i 19 Swish ( Thanksgiving theme. The the ladico. The ladies of the church
CXTCMSMN, ISS ASS H>*. Tom's" Bar-B-Que (" Coffee $3. Pint DJs DeterYent I
MS Joyour ladles enjoyed a delicious meal are l In. process of building church niiiEJnRs9ivi

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Hunting Kill Count Up from ; *;.; .' '". ,-\ ''" .
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150 legal deer kills were registered at Camp Blending "...... yeir we had a pretty good a.em crop slid. i. a
through the first nine day of the major hunting eaon- good feed supply like that the mother "N 1 in i ,. ,
that according to Standing Wildlife Manager Jim SchaU, Uon." SchaU explained when asked about
Senate: said the deer count was up just a bit from last count That he MM lead tea healthy" count of.
ear's first nine day, while the 81 hog killed represented a the next season "This year our acofiterop' :
big jump from last year' start. 48 turkey have been next season might be kind of light.,: it Shows 1 >
brought to the Blanding checkpoints, also a mall Increase year." ''I \SIDWW0 ?

over the 1978 kill. SchaU totals. the kill counts each Sunday>"'.taAta,'. t.I ..'\,;. (

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I Sports Roundup* "".:._r- T 1Jl1JY! U'"' '

Starke Youth and Chad Mullins for the OUe.... Jim Lewis (1 yard)', and David
O'Steen caught a Seahawk runnerIn Harley (10 yards), and on a spectacular
Flag FootballThe the endzone for a safety catch by William Muse (25 '\, :X
Recreation Department's The only Seahawk score came on yards) to complete the Beetle' scor .. W ,
Starke I
Allen Hall 41 to Mike ing. Buddy Paterson also connected o '
a yard pass play :
Football Leagues } '
Youth Flag with Chappell. on a 22 yard scoring: pas to David 1E- ,,\ \ '.1 i\: '. .U"fiI I ., '.
wrapped up their seasons party McKnight In the first half for the _. :.. ''',t .
Friday, Nov. t, Including a wiener Seahawks- Bengal' 12 Thor) losers. I
roast, relay games, and trophy Mike Chappell scored on a 40 yard ,)A" ', : R\'
presentallon.The and finished 35 and 23 STANDINGS WlMx'fMutk .
Due's, Hawks, and Seahawkaended run yard pass Sheet ". ... "

up with league championshipls. lead the from Seahawks Allen Hall last Thursday.for scores: to {Mh4i'sillrf.nrryrs5.rlgw. 'S-J.1 N\; : ; .(' 0);I,r P'iK"\ : .

Robert Taylor threw short TD LWct 3.5 1 I" (
These youth flag football gamer to Jody Brown and David Click .-I.. 2.' : :
/ lat week because passes 'M
were unpubllshrd uffrMon 'E'I
of lack of.pac.. Williams for the Bengals. f ;

Oilers 30.Pat's 0 (Thur)
M.League "Robbie Spitze scored on a IS yardrun Starke Rec { FDR' Y
Stealers 25 Rams II (Wed.)
James Qulette scored four and a 12 yard interception carry Classes Offered .
back, and threw touchdown to
touchdowns of 48, 10, five, passes
on runs Acrobatics CoursesGymns.tlcs
Richie O'Steen (IS yards) and Alvin
and five to the Steelers to will be offeredby
yards pace: classes
James (21 yards) to lead the Oilers to
victory. of the Patriots the Starke Rec. Department for
a pasting Thursday.
The Rams scores came on runs of 10 Chuck Mullins gave the Otters two boys and girl aged 5-17, starting ; .
and' five yards by Chris Noegel, and a points with a safety, January 4.Inatructor. THANKsaIVINC;
four yard ramble by Scott Duncan. : Jean Reid, a certified : .
gymnastics: teacher from Gainesvilleand
Buc'i 23-Cowboys 12 (Wed.) MAHAWKS 1 tOIIIU of Florida
former University
Mark Strickland hit paydirt on runs MTMOr *>.** gymnast, will teach three classes ,.**.. ir4 Stark wr l*.kl'.f I* find The MMH I I. .fib. para Tirhtf( rfcfi..

of Buccaneers 45, 41, and to nine the yards win last to spark Wednes-the NGAU S-l* (beginners) each, intermediates Friday afternoon, and starting advanced -- $... Ifctf .bet ..4 MM they M. _.:_ Bat k..*fly) tier kw .n!! kl fat.Ss .

day.Bill Hamilton added the other score II Starke Men's II the Old at 3:30.4:30.Armory in and Starke.5:30 upstairs Interested at t. ser t ..|NMrt .'D sly ",.rr.,." T* the last '11>.n1l ki eastisr itf. :-J\: ,

for the winners on a 10 yard run. For Football |'| persona can sign up at the Old Armory
the Cowboys Mitch Gray scored once Flag recreation office, hours RULES: Each Space Below Represents Some Business Firm Of Bradford f County.

on a 20 yard scamper and threw a 10 8:30-5:30 Monday-Friday. Cost will be Use The Scrambled Letters And Arrange Them To.Spell The Firm's Name
yard strike to Ed Douglas for the Mac's Music Shop remained $15 a month. Students will also need .
.1:1.: .
other tally. unbeaten and a game ahead of Kit- leotards and ballet or gymnasticsshoes Exactly Using All The Letters And Punctuation Marks To Enter This' I

chen's Tile-Sonny's Barbeque In and a may need a warm-up Persons Submitting The Correct Or: Nearest *
Rams 27-Cowboys 19 (Mon.) Starke Rec; Men's Flag Football action suit. Contest. The First Three -
Chris Noegel and Scott Duncan both Sunday afternoon. There will be a class: placement session "'Correct Answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon On Monday, Nov. 19 Will Be.
scored twice as the Rams bested the Mac's clobbered LWCI 74in Friday,Dec. 14,with students being Awarded Turkeys For Thanksgiving
Cowboys Monday. Lawtey, while KT-Sonny's kept pace placed. in one of the three groups
Noegel's scores came on a run of 28 with a hard-earned win over the Click \ ,
yards and a punt return covering 21 Beetles 4126. The Kuffriders had to Night Aerobic Dancing ,Thr..TurkeysTaBeGivnA".y" ';" ;1f
yards while Duncan's TD's came on forfeit to the Sharks 7.0 In the other The rec. department. registering :
runs of 38 and 25 yards. game scheduled Sunday.No now for a possible night class -in
Marcia Brown tallied on dashes of games are scheduled for this aerobic dance excerclse: to be offeredin THIS YEARS 'WINNERS : Nita McRae .. ,RobtnBasshaln I ., : :
31 and 20 yards for the Cowboys while Sunday due to the Thanksgiving holi- January. Brown I
Ed Douglas hit paydirt from 13 yardsout. day. However, Mac's still has to If enough Interest .la shown the Judy

make up two games against the classes: wul be offered, possibly on
Sharks on Dec. 2 and against KT- Monday andbr Thursday nights.A fee
Buc's 25.Steelers 0 Eric Noegel scored on a 20 yard run another game, Mac's verses the depending on the number of enrollees PIGGLYWIGGLYSONNYS ;.:
. and a nine yard pass from Mark Beetles, will be played at 4:00: on Dec, interested persons should call
... Strickland to push the Buc's past the 8. 964-4792. .
jJfI' Steelers.
Tommy Manning took in a 10 yard Mac's 74-LWCI* NORMAN'S FARM PRODUCE .\
TD pass from Strickland and also Chris Chandler sparkled quarterback Bradford Roadrunners REAL PIT BAR-B-QUE ".;
scored on a 15 yard return with an In- for Mac's: as he tossed nine AND SEAFOOD MARKET I'
terception. touchdown passes and ran for another 'Two groups of runners from thfc
) score to led Mac's Music Shop over Bradford Roadrunners club comp
Cowboys 25.Steelers (Wed) LWCI in a game played in Lawtey. peted In distance road runs .last. Saturday ,' ,.
Ed Douglas scored on runs of 38 ands Fred Hollis and Early Chandlerwere -, Nov. 17. ', ACME UIRftW'IE -, I m n L .... r ,' I BRADFORD D' SQUARE STYLE SHOP I
five yards, Mitch Gray-ran In- from each on th receiving end of three Five local girls competed in the i' ''l, AND BUILDERS SUPPLY .. ,
P Jhe 10,and Marcia Brown tallied from Chandler aerials. Also catching Natural Light 5.000 meter (3.1 miles),' .e ic I,
eight yards out as the Cowboys ran touchdown passes for the winners run at BolTes school in Jacksonvilleand
down the Steelers. were Mike Chandler (60 yard recep a group of six men and boys from SUPPLY ''' I
. Tim Lewis scored both Steeler tlon), Phillip Sawyer ((43 yard rec.) the Roadrunners club competed in the JACKSON BUILDING
touchdowns, on a 35 yard run, and an and Beaver DeSue (60 yard rec.), Orange Park Great American Fun ADVANCED ELECTRONICS OF STARKE FLA. INC. '"' I I
eight yard pass from Kirby Joe Ross Chandler added a 20 yard in- i Run-a 10 miler. ,
Hildebran. terception return for Mac's. In the women's run 12 year old Linda
Dewitt of Bradford was the 12th
Buc's 26-Rams (Wed) KT-Sonny's 41 .'Beetles 2* finisher among 303 finishers (325 HURSTS WRECKER SERVICE MI
Eric Noegel took passes from Tom Milton Baker and Randall McGee started) with her time of 20:04.Dewltt; THOMAS "GATE" AUTO PARTS
my Manning for touchdowns covering each had a hand in three touchdown was third in the 13 and under division,
40 and 35 yards in the Buc's win. for KT-Sonny's as held on to defeat where the winning time was 19:47.:
Mark Strickland threw 10 yards to Die 'Beetles. Other Roadrunner finishers were; 13 I
Chris Simmons and Timothy Taylorran old Michelle Stillwell. 70th in
'McGee threw three touchdown year
for a score from the three to start passes, two to Baker from two yardsout 24:2515 year old Lynn Loper. 116th in TG AND Y FAMILY STORES. INC. TERWILLEGAR MOTORSCRAFT'S ; '
the Buc scoring. and one to Wayne Teston from 25:5913; year old Pam Hawkins 151stIn
yards away. Aside from Baker's two 27:00: and 12 year old Barrie
scoring receptions he also returnedan Cobum.l63rd in 27:19.:

NMM STAMOIMOtSUCi ,w4.., interception for an 85 yard In the men's run in Orange Park SALVAGE AND USED CARS '
4s touchdown on the last play of the first Buddy Paterson was the first' PASTRY SHOP
AMICOWMVI 45sODU Roadrunner across the line, taking TJASV.I
a.s half.Erie Biggs scored: twice for the win- 20th place: in the field of over 200 runners
ners qn touchdown receptions of 70 with a 63:58: effort. 12 year old ,
\3-lt League yards from Dennis Crawford and 30 Sam Lewis was 28th In 66:28: ; 13 year r
Hawks 39.Gators 22 (Tue) yards from Gene Melvin to round out old George! Levasser 70th In 7700; ; 13 THORNTON SALVAGE I" PHILIP W. CLARK, REALTOR
Chuck Johnson threw three the scoring for KT-Sonny's. year old George Crews 170th In 90:30;
touchdown passes to Robert Carver, Jackson Prevatt led a second half 13 year old Tim Gonzales 171st In
one to Junior Schoening, and scoredon comeback by the Beetles by tossing 90:35; and 11 year old Allen Gonzales
a run of 48 yards and an Interception three touchdown passes, one each to 172nd In 90:45.:
return of 34 stripes to lead the SMITH BROTHERS BODY SHOP STARKE MOTOR PAJITS

Hawks past the Gators and into first

place Tuesday h : I Ir x '
The Johnson to Carver plays ,i r G Ah ; V.Vul

covered 15. 12.and one yard,while the ', AND LOUNGE CHARLEY E.'JOHNS AGENCY INC' :til MCOOPER'S
pass to Schoening went for 19. .r. 301 LIQUORS ,

Johnny Boswell ran for one score "J.
and threw passes to Richie Fender '
(covering 45 yards) and Thomas fl t NURSERY ./,
Franklin (eight markers) for the ,, e : : : FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'A.
Firebirds 38-Gators 31 (Tue) _
Albert McDuffie scored late in the '

game on a 26 yard interception return '- b
and a 33 yard pass from Chuck BALDWIN OLDSMOBILE COMMUNITY STATE BANK ::
Johnson to push the Firebirds over
the Gators 38.31 Tuesday. .
Johnson had already returned a
kickoff 47 yards for a score, thrown to rrtf' 124.

touchdown, and trapped a Gator run- G
ner in the endzone for a safety Jeff
,: Johnson added the winner's other
score on a 32 yard run. a ,
end of 30 and 12 yard pass plays from
Jimmy Schoening and Boswell and
Gary Carter scored on a run of 38
yards and a 14 yard interceptionreturn oil
for the losers. Boswell added GUARANTY fEDERAL SAVINGS

the loser's other score on a one yard PP&K Champions... SHOP
10 hear old Hal Wood. left, and nine
eeW s1ANCN1a. W.4-1 1HAW year' old Dewey Williams, both of 53H PER YEARGet '" a
Starke., show off the Miami Dolphin-
OAoM 41rsew.s 1-4 gear and trophies they won as Local. your share of this business B aft M. STARTER AND GENERATOR. CO. STANS BOOTERf w
'now I I. Florida. .
Zone, and District Punt, Pass and ,

Kick champions EUREKA LOG 'HOMES .
9-12 League The. FPftK competition finally ended -
Bengali 20-Pat's 8(Mon) for the pair In l\1lamllaat week*at Wilt select a dealer1 rot!this area In \ I TIIC SAWYER- SLADE GAS, AIR CONDITIONING A
Robert Taylor scored on runs of 20 the Area championships step'away the next 30 day. No trade
from the national semifinals or ANDAP.PLIANCECENTER! ., .. ,,. i
and eight yards and threw to Jody Skills/ required. *30OO secures. '. :
Brown for a 21 yard score for the llounlon.The dealers ... '., .
boy and their Mr.and nip. ; '
parent T : : 'rl
Benga" Hal Wood came Mrs. Leslie II.'oocI, and Mr. and '\ ''YOUR WAY Td"' ,/ / ; If SUNSHINE ELECTRICAL STARKE FIRESTONC' (' .
with inteerceptla'ts for the winners. :Mrs. Charles E. Willia ms.were flown .POLt AAS ma sucirtss, '
up Mike Pike's 10 yard run accounted to Miami for the Dolphin pro football Call collect;:Mr: tioaklns813.578.ee84 .f' )..... -n: I'LUMBIICIIIC."J 4 01"0\' :
Patriot' score. game where Dewey and Hal competed i.',
for the -
only '' ,
at hairtlme.. .fJ' ,. '
;r' t) A M.'P, '
Williams scored best I
) a personal' : -
Robbie Spitze scored on runs of 20 110.5 points and' was beaten by, JUl'thrH pireb Log Homes, Inc. : WILLIAMS JEWELRY

and six yards and fired scoring passes feel. :, I,1 TOO Kofl.r Bud.M .
of 31 and 10 yards to Richie: steer ', '-J I-'*J*'
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"' Hive con- JI ii.tIWJ t 1979.'...11 I .._...M hn "- :U' on ,1N TIC" .A.. ., and this Gevrt:
L ga) .......!i.J ten... Vffl .> t ke .atltlen *l J.J. yIRcu.iMMNANDAb '. Bra -, SIW9MV "kid,, oM of ftM -e l h.... 1wIacIIctIaft..
gjyervjh** being given Mich J WOfJi T. e* Attorney : OftderiaintlwMilfcealerkof.... volMaia the- prate ili>|ti them .. the tome extent
tt1 tt c.N.ds&.dLM enter Into a far HAm PAUtK. JOE S. BRADFORD COUNtV, for sold revenue boMb e* If named a* defan-

fuwo...nee River' tract with the AND DORIS STARLING, FLORIDA. the.%.. *.. ttyltd MM..anor end geld band tlrNtop.. dons in. said mmyloint
.Seonomfc. Council. liveOik accordance with end MARSHALL and No. In Rat Tha Adoption of before December 14. tlon not.*, and sold and ,........... saved
FWrtdo, until 300.: cepted bid. : JESSIE STARLING GinnCos..' LAURA JEANNE PERRY. 1979 otherwise .I judge- bond and sold note with procet* In this
&M. tT on December No bidder in.holdars. which pti fn ra the rnarnage el BY: RSNI GARCIA mont may .ho _teNd when Issued pursuant coon.DONE.
W. 1979. of which ,,lme withdraw his' bid Man wo spread upon the WALTER I, HQUPWAY. HER STEP FATHER. again you for the relief. thereto. and tha AND ORDERED
#( bid. wHI be, publicly period of thirty ) minute of a meeting of husband: n4.Mt1THA L. Con No. 79-344.. demanded in Itt0 COflt raucous,plodood lor the el Starka.. Florida thus
opened and read aloud day after the Said Board of County Matte 4t : NOTICE OF ACTION plaint. .r petition. payment thereof and ISth day .of November.
.t. the aHa of DompeP tor the bid Commissioner held on '. "" .1. TO: Mr. Chorle. Patty WITNESAmy howl and told complaint' now hwi- 1979. I
ofunt 8 Vyverberg, Architect The Owner November S. 1979 requesting '. I"f P.O. Box 337. Sandoval.lltlnol the tool of this Court an Ing been presented to / /Theren A. Yawn

*, 'Ine 4131. NW 13: the right to waive the aid Board TOt .... L. 42802. November 9,. 1979, this Court, and the Court ClrcuH Jirdge. 11/92 /
It pln.vllla.Florlde.; mallHe* .In any bid close. and abandon the 1 Lost YOU ARE NOTIFIED GILBERT S. BROWN A* being' fully advised In the 9tchg 12IN /'.

forIMt accept any bid unused platted etr..th.r.inaft.r Main. Albonyy*Indiana that an action far the Clerk of the' Court By premise*tIT THE CIRCUIT COURT
lurnUhlng oil conilder to be In' described and, : 47150. Adoption ha been Tona| Hodge.A*Deputy IS ORDERED AND OF THE EIGHTH
fftpterlats.' labor and Intereit" and to and renounce YOU .ARE'GHOTIFIEO; and Cleric. ADJUDGED That JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
equipment necessary for any and all bid. disclaim any right of 'thatb'an" ,:;action for you are required to IIIIS.khg 12/4. I. The State ol Florida. AND FOR BRADFORD
addition. Bradford County, dlMoluNan of.. marriage serve a copy' of your throughF.. State At.
t> and A limit of "three COUNTY FLORIDA
written defence
(.novation*to *trtee -.. Flan* and Florida,.and the public.In has ban" filed,'and you to It N any.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'orn., ol the Eighth' JO. ODOM. JR., and
School', Stork, Florida. may b. *. and to the land "lying'within ore Required M serve a on, whose petitioner'' *onoTaddre attorney OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Judicial' Circuit of VERNIE ... DOOM. His
these ( told portion of Copy of your written name Florida, and the several I Wife
renovation shall general' cont I is J.J. CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Plaintiff VS
M mad* to convert ona from the attic of told street, said platted defense. If. 'any, to JR. P.O.** BOX WOIBERT. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR property owners, tax. MARGARETTE L.
wing 'Into a Senior chitect by street being described a* RICHARD I. WELTY At. FLORIDA IOS4.STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY. payer, cltlten and JOHNSTON Defen.

Cltlient, Can,.,. Th. In. therewith ." follows: tom., lew'Petitioner, on before. December 33091 CITY OF STARK!, a other having or claim' dent
formation for Bidden ($25.00)) dollar whose odd,.**. I Is Post 20. 1979 and Ills the municipal corporation of ing any right, title or Interest NOTICE
)growing and Speclflco- *.,. The deposit That portion of an unnamed Office Bex 993, 9S4 original with the clerk of Florida. Plaintiff vt, THE In property to be OF SALE
flan and other contract general street being 30 North Tompfo :Avenue this either STATE OP FLORIDA and affected' by the Issuance NOTICE I I. given' that
court before
feel In width bounded onmo Sfarfce. Florida 37091. the of sold revenue. bond
locumentt may be examined be refunded' service taxpayer, propertyowner pursuant to a Final
at the following million' of a north by Block 33. and file the original with an paltlon.r'satfonwy and; cltlient of and said bond anticipation Judgment dated Nov.
AlOces.: ((1)) Office of the bid and return and on the South by the clerk. of the above- thereafter or otherwise Immediately the City of Starka, note., or to be affected 14, ten In Case No.
Architect, ((2)). Mid-State Plan and $ Block 36. of Crosby lakeShore styled court an or bafora f : will be aludgement Florida. 1/OCluding\G": thereby, be and 7..283.of the Circuit
*, a* per plat December, "3, M79, they are each required
odder xchange.. In good condition entered for the relief.. resident owning pro Court of the Eighth
Gainesville. f\\ ((3)). F W 14 day after thereof recorded In Plat otherwise o. (udgment" demanded port or subject to to... ta thaw cause, If any Judicial Circuit 'In and
Dcrdor'71od"'Room;" --brd; -" .....'. J, .'qg.J .. oj.the_ ._ ynif/ f t..ntnid againstyou 'In the peH- lion therein Defendant there be before this for Bradford County
Jacksonville. Fl. Bidder are Public record of Bradford for the relief .llon.WITNESS handbttd ".. *. Court on the 17th day of Florida In which JO.

:.Any bid received after ly advlted of the County Florida all demanded in,; the Fall.Nan. the teal of sold my Court on TO: Thor Slate of Dec., "79. at 5:00 DOOM JR.. and VIR-
the specified time and ing requirement tying and being In Section November Florida and the several o'clock P.M. at the Courthouse NIE P. ODOM. HI* Wife
: 1979.
>te will not be con 1, Fund or. 24 and 25. Township WITNESS mV.hond, and Gilbert 9.S. taxpayer, property 'In the City of ore the Plaintiff and
lidered.' upplled by the 4 South. Range 31 East the seal 1 of this Court on Clerk of the Court.Brown owners, cltixens and Stork., Florida why told MARGARETTE I.
: Each bid must be ac- Government. Bradford County, the 26th day.of October, other* having or claim. Complaint should not be JOHNSTON I I. the
BytTono: | Hodge*
ompanled by a certified quire' Florida. 1979. .*>, A Clerk. Ing any right title or Interest granted ond why tha Defendant I will sell to
Chock, cashier's check or maintenance of ( All "Interested partly Gilbert 's. :$r-. A* 11I15.'c* Deputy" 12/4.; In property to be proceeding for told the highest and best
lid bond In the amount 'record may appear and be Clerk of the.Co rt. By: : affected by the Issuance revenue bond and told bidder for cose at the
ofj)% of the ion bid. 2. All heard at the time and Beulah. Moody Dapu- ... of the Utility Revenue bond anticipation not*, East door of the Bradford
that the bid.e* laborer place above specif led. ty Clerk. ..PII; IN THE CIRCUIT Bond and revenue bond and said bond. and told County Courthouse
guarantee Dated this 13th day of 1122.NOTICE COURT EIGHTH notes, when Issued
.11/1 4tehg. .. ,'. ,. .' anticipation note of the pursuant In Bradford County
November, 1979. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT City of Starke, thereto and the Stork., Florida at 11 00
i'.' BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS OF''INTENTION OF ,FLORIDA AND hereinafter mentioned .revenue pledged 'for tha A.M. on Dec. 7. "7'q.
Of BRADFORD or ta be alfocted payment thereof should the following described
BRADFORD COUNTY. COUNTY, thereby: not ba validated a* real 1 property: '
O/It. < FLORIDA FICTITIOUS therein prayed; and
?/fUId / BY: //Gilbert $. NAME Civil Action No. "-54. The above cause coming 2. The Clerk of this lot One ((1)) ond the
Real Broker Brawn, Clerk. of Sold i In re the marriage of on to ba heard upon Court be and he I I. West 20 .feet of lot 2 In
Reg. Estate f Board. Pursuant to Section TIMOTHY GRIFFIN husband tha complaint this day hereby required to give Block 29, Blanton't Ad.
.; 301 North Trail Motel Lewt.y 1I/152tchg l It/22. 863.09. Florida Statute. and (CATHERINE W tiled herein by the City of notice of such hearing by dltion to the Town of

notice Is hereby given GRIFFIN wife. Star..... a municipal cor publishing copy of this Hampton a* tome appears .
Office 782-393 I Home NOTICE order In the Bradford
o that the undersignedWillie poratlon ol Florida, of record in Plat
: INIZ; I. STARLING Asseclete Eve. C. frown 416 I. OF SUIT seeking. to determine the County Telegraph, anewspaper Book 1. Pago 3$. currant
Call .... Starka. Fla. NO PROPERTYTO authority of laid City to of general Public Record of
'.'.. ... 8.2 Ac $ 32091 doing businessmnooc : (CATHERINE W. GRIFFIN Issue from time' to time circulation In aid City Bradlord County,

: Ill FR. 1 Ac $ NOTICE OFINTENTION the firm nome of Utility Revenue. Bonds, In once each week for Florida all In Section
: Watch 3... Stucco % Ac -STARKE SHOE* REPAIR YOU ARE NOTIFIED the amount of not ..- three consecutive week 30. Township 7 South
}: 1>R, CB, 1.3 AC $ TO REGISTER 416 I. Call St./' Storks that On action far ceedlng S3.700.000 and prior to told 17th day of Range 22 East.a .
: This Space FICTITIOUS Flo. :32091 Intend to dissolution of marriage. the authority of sold Cityto Dec.. 1979, the first
: Small Acreage NAME register sold fictitious has been filed against Issue revenue bond publication to ba at host set forth In the order

8 Trailers, Low name under the provl- you Katharine W. Griffin anticipation not.* In theamount twenty day prior to told of Final Judgment.
Pursuant to Section .tan* of aforesaid address unknown, of not exceeding dot.; and Dated Nov. 14. Ins j
and are required fa 3. By such publication GILBERT S. BROWN
865.09 Florida Statutes, you $3,700.000 to determine
: 10 Ac., Shad $ statute.
: ... 3BA. Cl, CH/A FPI 20 Ac. Pasture notice I.I hereby given Willie C.1/down; serve o copy of your the legality of tha proC.edlnll' of this order all property CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
M RM. 1,100 .q. ft. en :3 thai the undersigned Owner, \ written detente*. If any hod and tokenIn owner, taxpayer. COURT BY lilT Oft yo
c; Sf",000. 10 Ac. Fenced $" Joseph E. Wilson ",. 2. Doted this 1st day of to I'. on the plaintiff at connection: therewith, cltlien and other hewIng Hodge, DEPUTY
.. .
\\s All oc 10% Box S8W Starko. Fla. November, A.D. 1979 In tomey vrSoeo name and and the legality of the or claiming' any right CLERK. f
., 2 BA.Ca, CH/A 1.30 Down 10% Int. :32091, doing buslne Bradford County 11/1 addre** I* Dudley P.$Hardy 'provision, covenantsand Mile' or Interest In told Data of tho first ,
Shady S44.SOO.. to If Vr, to po,. I under the firm name of"WILSON'S 4tpd 11/22. Esquire, Pierce B agreements thereinFLORILAZID City or the taxable shall property publication of this
therein band Notice of Sale I I. Nov
.- .,- FRAMING are mode partle 22. .1979 In the Bradford
Rt. 2. Box S8W. Stork.
defendant this
to pro Couaty Telegraph.'
Fla. :32091 Intend toregister
11/22 2lchg 11/29.

: RALPH BRYAN REAL nom. under told the fictitious provisions .

: '. 330S N.Tamp 964-8788). A.... (U.I.IO' N.) 'Joseph. of I.aforotaldstatute. Wilson, REAL ESTATE o

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:. '!lOWfH INTtKtST a FINANCING!.11\\' ,Will,.t\Um\ BE "", .',M :November Dated this A4 Blh: 1979 day of.In ..... .... ,..\ ., ..... ."'.,""' ,.- w- r 4

Bradford 11/8

> rWiiIegrn'REALTY

t acre 8 up on Boyles Highway v S3.SOO t

}financed* with 10% dawn. Robcrts .FAULKNER REALTY
7 -\**
lot 'In area restricted to homei $3.SOO-$3,000 REAL TV 9G .&aIiS I'B Phone 944.7700

owner financed with 29% down. Real Estate 393 N.Temple Avenue rLlx PHONE. 964.7776.
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3 acres B up lewtey Aree ".000...' acre-10% 'In Town Offerings: TUWILLIGAB 205 N. Temple.StarkeIlIAuor!

.dowri.-' ; I 986 N. Temple 4 B.Room'Con, Blk, lotlarge
ON SR 230E or COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. listing 3 B. Room Chain link fence FINANCING

_.. .,.. .... .'" COMMERCIAL INCOME PROPERTY around 'lot.3bedroom .
.. ..-" ..--. -- .*" /en.,. 2 owe*, li
"GRAHAMl i MlnfStorage' IS akin, 400 14t; ft..office. spece.wrth .... .. wood from., HAPPY. THANKSGIVING
Very non 2 or 3 BR ireme home on 1 ecre with tvelet.Verserlleeulldlngs. large lot. SPECIAL

and I Ig. utility bldg. 26000. construction. In town, very en Hwy 301 N with ever 200 fro. 4 B... English Tudor walk. W. ere proud .. offer o new concrete block 3 8* t Blegion
tagO, with office .,.... Ing distance to all-store* h_. 101 Terrace at ... law, low price

KINGSUY LAKESIrkkdupl.a Washington St. let with building.. '... link. etc. of. . . . . .: . ... . .$28,008.
; ;;;;
with 90 ft. on water $".MO. IR, DR, CH/A. seme .,- .._..8.000. ** 4 .
"wy.301 N.pp....3 acre with CB ho..., owner financed Country .Ihrfsig ail ana .cre. i..46* W Concrete
STRAWBERRY ACRES I In Country* block.VA.... wIth two b.drema.n. bath c rp.rt.'

Country Estate large 2-story modem Cope room. H/A patio fence, MolIne Home Perk for *.1. A frame house, on f ac, Morftoto epprex $'',. monthly pay.$149.$24.OO

beautiful fenced end crass fenced ocr.*. -.t new Vsry.lnl Need finishing $17,500.

.IATU..O.TMIWIlK Small amt, down and
LAWTEYl / garage, en SR227. en 10 acre with 3 ... 2 ..... C/B Mono CHBA. cheln link assume mtg.
6 beautiful acre with 50 pecan tree. Urge fro fenced yard, many fruit tfOOl. nerd pecan.. ...... 1 NEW LISTINGS

lit'good condition and 3 rental to help -... ,: crest-fenced ,........ 2 small be,.... Term. 2 locations.AC., older home, good 1. let .... 4 Better Court $",. .

0nly $43,000. with owner linonel.... ,. lot on graded end, term lot on Sampson .Lake. 2. Brewnlee Rd. ....... C 8. ecre$30.000. 1st mtg.
Mobile. ...... .
.' ecre, $12,800. Term
small down $J3.000-9-ew er will ..... End ......
3'r.ntals' on nic.1.p. lot. Include, S BR frame .93 acre $3.000. 3. Howe 8 2 acre off M. 128 3 M IB, BIDE IR. go* .hens
24x84 douMewlde MH ((3 BR 1% Ba) 8 12x60 MH ( 3 ........"' I both on I acre, nke tree.. 17,800. Term, paymentsS A/C born, heuse.lsi.csd-34.908 .
2.. L.. F*, Fireplace. Knchen- reasonable.Pleaeo. storage
Be) monthly Income $4SO $44.000. BR. P Beth en city let. fnc.d. 13.900. 4.6'Is prime errs .Just off Rd. 22$.
r. 3% acre 3 8R 1 .... 19,800. : ... .
BROOKERAREAt 2 lots In city. paved street ".100. excellent.. term.., TiwnMgse call

71..utlful.! .r.* with "Handy-men Special" opportunity, 3 rental unit* plus Mobile hens 12x48. 2 BR 2 both. with 3 outbuilding.. a Vernle, Phone.,. Odem.944.8474Peerf BrefcertORI beautiful I year FEATURE1.House aid. .fuss outside. city limits. ,

.'. .... screen .rch.- rente).let or could. buy 'let .... one ecre tvxurieo 3 81 SB He everything
.' Mon.-M.*am to S ,.... Andrew. 964.m5100x100
OHke Houm
; 2. Home for ell raucous.12 prime acre 3 SR 3 B CILIA Rd.
100300 H. lot. CHI
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L.J. Eves.a San. 'bv Appointment.T Jot uMlrMncuded. L, G. Dolt 944-7191. .
: ,,t-H: .v; j-3 In.wQld | | 228 consider telling. 18 acre or heuse a 2 acre. $43.808

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; Realtor. ,,'ut _,'CH/A-I.-ay home.t ACREAGE 3. IMMACULATI I '.2 B & attacked garage .best
( P. Bryan Lillian C. -. Hwy lOOW-Beeutfrul 79 ecre, only $1.000. per ocro. neighborhood. SV4 mortgage can be assumed owner

964-6208 w .".. pvd rod. fnst.0.'Unlas' very good torM.. will tabs. second --tSs/e' .
WJpynelBrokerSalesmen I. 00utI'' B Office and lake Butler 8 ecre pasture .lend. high a dry. term Brokerowner.. 1.'Outdendlng 4 Bt 3 bride home 10 acre* an .... 12$.
18 land, B term broker80
l "4 acre posture high dry Homo with m.ry.dns end room for fcene
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9444693"olvldl.Dyel .. paved mad, central heat and OWNER FINANCED_ 1
acre..*. Marion County.Owner financed. }k, r
.. 6 381 LARGE bldg V4 ecre next to Bradford Motel.
Moody\ 8 wens,Hwy 12$. good teed, kt posture.2,70t p.r.eror m yr, .
Judo Corner 801 B Pratt Bert .location. old Standard Station..
...... Orfffl '$. with well flnoneI'A
A. acre, leep, .000 owner -
Associate Assedete "" Reed. no .Improvemon. .. -20 acre prime *.mmerclel 30IN-I4, A .... tide 381.Greet .
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errs Hemp tan sr... .Include. well, ........ Hght pole. property .
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1 ..*. 13 acre* 381 8 Morion 39000.
I jiiI >> 3 homo out IuikSinge. double HOMES; .Hampton Oak let M4-I7MO pretty ....... I,
I .J CB office with AC an ,.7 Acre. 110"16..,.* en OrifN Leap ........... $ '.100.
.. .. 3 BR. I Bern. CB.with workshop 81 rental.....ageerwfll
i. -.. *Store a opt*. on .'421..... leek this ever I
FOR ESTATE sail .. .... T
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*7000' sq. ft. CB ..... on Id. US. Great ,.........

BRADFORD COUNTY CALL11LL guiding. .. .ice) cornier .let. $..I.100.Beth Term family ream,.carpet. A/C _It. .Beet nelghberneed-Beeeeet. ....-...... let under ".001.

tr'? .3 Country: dub let. I acre welt.$W60..eh.
: 3 BR, I ...... CB .dean naf-2.000. CIHLwlw .
POWELL nom:puag Oi/A.a corps .......... term.. large apt. complex 341 m.. geed ash flew ; ,
sputlass. off SR ... leke St. Oaala Week hums tree* $37400. Cootv.........
3 BR I Beth 3 wllfc flub
Homproot. ,
aw .ecre Call SI. commercial: .let 100>.l9 '.$'.900. A ....,..,.
REAL EST T| _ti.MO. nwpPJ. .CoI".lDlAlAlrdoI...230*.'"'.."..... Busy term.
: Hwy dene exterior;.... 2 '.. i Beth wfltt 4 acre
Home (commercial) 8 rental set.... Meets. $22.808.
Y under cultivation, barn end *. lanced.Klngtley .
I It) N-.Walnut St.3BR ...... heme wMi 3 SR. SB, U eke garage com bash.WATERfROFITHOMP5L0 .3 beltdlnge. an CoB St...,,............ Line .mtegksoMenfSMALL .
( area,2 4 tjtdnem .
acre ,
:k ( ... garage CM/A, lovely' .... Dub m"11 flI2ctoty .4 let en w...... St.leke .
..'it.: .: ..r .<... .f' level, l / 0 Sentn Pe .le* 814.S9*. Remote.Fumltksd .
Js."ironWV'.ooo.-; HTAT1Caenty
;, IBframe'Coa $15,000, .II 3 BR, I'" B. CH/A pane Sempeoo lake home. 3 Br, 1 Beth utittty, weik bep.l: To All of YOI TOWN MAt
.I | j them. IMk MM f acre. SSItt$ SR234Wnako e erl ,

.snlenca Hera.and equipmentM $ /. esby. ..... nMrld90d> .."' ....... W... ._.'. .'wativbddt .. ........ 467 .......- patio* $4.904.BeouMM : ..

feral. ..".' .bldg end .ea.Nry p "'$. .RUssdngs end Weekends. : . let eeer Ceoary cub SJWilM C408 en !231.
c.e: Crust. bldg and ...'lp."$ rt .1944-ttW P.ldfhlselk"MhRMlaf'r'n'' ': ", '\ : CemfertoHa heme. pretty groisad. *,. 1308 Pratt.- ,

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-q r"""' [ '"''' t-7.s: ''r''' .r-ot---. : News ,--'nl.. .. t..1 .., 4 ,<. L n ...... I .1 4 4k '" 'r"
Terry t ,t"
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.,011.7&1-3300 Neat Saturday, Nov. $, will batu. ,. ( Cora Horfgj ant) Mra. Marten .,
workday to start rewiring the din 'rand I Mia Md son JeTrof JtIduIonrille.e. .

Church Activities main sanctuary AH men who want to ?,. Mrs. D.O. Browa.t : Their. Saturday. W" was ....., Mrs, Dd y thnsiaimi ad cod Mrs. Craig' Carroll and
Grace United Methodist helD, please com*out to the work day. daughter Mn. aka JThjimM, *f 11 Mr. family of Boca Baton, want the
Annual &New practice time for the orcaestrtt JacSoovithem. few with and Thanksgiving Holidays with their
Mr hieI
e, spent and Mrs Irwo aMhetosHII
Thanksgiving supper was well raJa /
attend- will Tuesday evening at 7 TMs mofspent parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Troxell
wt:3ft*Orchestra was a pleasant ano p.m son Mike, Jr., went to Jacksonville.
fe.qrtnKarma: WUkersonclrtnet surpTMr .is outreach, so everyone who Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyar of TamGeorge N.C. on Saturday, Nov. 17 to spend Maxville a weekend at Mrs. Bill Crouse and her daughter f
Don Love; Joe Kaufmann- would th like to play an Instrument for pa, and their brother Elder and Mrs. some time with their parents, Mr.and their mobileMrs. home here Laura and Marie, attended a baby
Lord, pleas be there. td shower for her daughter Mn. TerrySykes
Boyer of ti. are s Mrs. Mel Reed. 5 Gertie Eunice visited her
yalnwright-ptano'L"aQ.ar Prleat'luUar, Claude, Roberts-Rhoda New time for Sunday School classes ding some time with their Sister,1 Mrs. Pauline QToole, of Lot sister M.... Pansy Knight, of Max. at the homo of her daughter,
start at 9:30: a.m. EARLY CHURCH Fred Moore. They anijdAnratMeach :\ e Angeles her' and Miss Julio Grouse In Jacksonville on 'I I
n, Bryan Bowman-trombone and : Cafe, /am) son vllle, Wednesday afternoon. '
Low-organ. assembly will be promptly at 10:30. day with UeIrbt'cder' Doyle daughter-tn-tawt Mr. and Mrs John Mr. and Mra. Samuel Hicks of Thursday night.

E. e are now moving forward to our Worship time remains the same Boyer, In St. Vincents: Hospital, Redgrave and her daughter Miss Chicago, 111., spent the long weekend Mr. and Mrs. Fleam of their Starling were and (
PERSONALS Jacksonville.Miss .Chert of Houston. Texas upper guest son
Itmas service Redgrave, with their brother-in-law and sister!
)cth theirs worship Dec- 23. Mr. and Mn. George Wright of Elizabeth Terry was guest of came to spend some time with their Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
presenting the pro- Atlanta, Ga., spent a few days with her sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland ofGainesville mother and grandmother, Mrs. O. J. dauPter1.NancyJ and their dad and Starling of Gainesville on Friday

their brother-in-law and sister Mr. from Thursday until Anders. Other guests were her mother Mr. and Mrs Doss Higgin- night. ,I
daughter Mrs. Jenkins of Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUklson
Johnny botham of Maxvllle. They enjoyed \
Billiard. Mr. and Mrs. James Anden their Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. visited their sister, Mrs. Audray Fatz
i of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. BUI Other guests were their son and Inger, who had surgery In Tampa, for
I h =aat=n=n=a= =a COMMUNITY} NEWSby ... Anders Sr. v; daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Danny 10 days, and their parents, Mr Ga.and for
Mrs. D.T Lewi of Columbus
; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson and Shuford, brother-in-law and sister, ,
family of Gainesville visited their of Starke 3 days then to visit their brotherinlaw -
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Morgan, ,
Elisabeth G.Walker ship, 11 a.m. Fellowship of Churcnes, day, choir rehearses, 6 p.m. Wednesday and sister L Mr and Mrs Danny ;,
Phone 10446)13) 3 p.m. All members are Invited to at- Tarrying service 7:30 p.m. Friday Moore of Geneva Ga. for two days.
The Bradford County Christian Mis- tend. Evening worship, S p.m. church service. Sunday School, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson ;
Nonary Society will sponsor a Mt. Plsgah AME Church Sunday 10 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Church of God To Observe Homecoming visited Mr. and Mra Harold Starlingof

hajjksgivlng service Wednesday, school 10 a.m. Morning service 11 Evening worship, 6 p.m. Gainesville on Sunday.
pit 14,at St. Johns Baptist Church in a.m. All members are asked to Calvary Baptist Church i Servicesare The Stark Church of God will be At Coleman of Brvceville, Fla. There Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended f"
WWtey at 8 p.m. Rev. Willie Huff- cooperate with all activities. the of Bradford-Union
held every first and third Sundayat meeting
observing Homecoming, Sunday will be dinner the at 1
on grounds
faart pastor and Rev. R.J. Blaine will Church of God ut Christ p.m. of Retired Teachers at Starke t
: Sunday 9 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible Nov. 25. There will be a specialspeaker We extend a warm welcome to our County
fjeltyer the message. school, 9:30.: Morning service, 11:30.: study each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. In the morning service at 11 community to come be with us on Thursday. r,
&Xfee Concerned Citizens of Bradford YPWW 3:30: Evening service, 7:30. Visitors are always welcome. a.m. and In the evening service at 7 Rev. Mel!Drake Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson entertained -
County, Inc., will meet Nov. 29 In the Bible Band Tuesday, 7pm. Prayer First Bon Church of The Living p.m. The guest speaker will be Rev Host more than one hundred people
monthly meeting, 7:30: in the R.J.E. and Pastoral teaching, Friday 7:30 God Friday night, 6:30: Bible Study. pastor from Satellite Beech Cocoa Beach,
ffernplex. Day Care Center. All p.m. Friday 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday Merritt Island Cocoa Melbourne and
gUtsens are invited to attend. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap 10:30 a.m.Sunday school. Morning Titusville on Friday.They had dinner
j&Aotloch Missionary Baptist Church 'fist Church Monday, 8 p.m. Mrs. service, 11:30.: YPCW, 6 p.m. New Revisions Made In School Lunches with Col.! and Mrs. Wilson and stayedIn
E4 :Meeting except Thanksgiving. Fri. Dean will be In charge of the program Mt. Zlon AME Church Mt. Zion The Federal Type A School Lunch these are in addition to the regular re- In Gainesville and attended the f
bribe: an appreciation program for the Chair's anniversary. Tuesday, will begin a new conference year Sun- Nutrition program was developed to quirements such as foods containing Florida-Kentucky football game on )
I given for the musician Mrs. 7:30: Prayer meeting. Wednesday day with Sunday school, 10 a.m. Love provide at least one-third of the Iron served everyday vitamin A Saturday.Mr. .
rtfeftn.1 t Saturday, e p.m the.Union 7:30: Circles meet. McKay's will meetat feast service, 11 a.m. Communion recommended daily nutrition needs of foods served twice a week, vitamin C and Mra. Daniel Wilkison and
Chtitewill rehearse.Sunday School.10 Mrs. Thelma McAuthor's. a p.m. service, d p.m. Friday Senior Choir students. The first federally funded foods served several times a week daughter, of Jacksonville, spent Sun
ftiJii&Morning service 11 a.m. At 3 The annual Thanksgiving program anniversary, 7:30: p.m. All membersare school lunch program was started In and a protein food or protein alternate day with their parents Mr. and Mrs.
rJf'th Choir Union will be held at with the Uttle Church In charge asked to cooperate. 1921 In Missouri and through regular food served every day Donald Wilklson. Sr. ,;!
|&church.! Thursday, 7:30 Story Hour. Friday, t Pleasant Grove United Methodist evaluation of nutrition needs of Students are being encouraged to Mrs. Lois Carter Mrs. George
p.m. Junior Choir and Junior Ushers Church will have Sunday Schol only. students it .Is constantly being revis- help plan nutritious menus for use In Shuford, Miss Gayle Shuford. Perry
Bethel Baptist Church: Mr. will meet. Saturday dinners will be Mt. Morlah United Methodist ed. the school cafeterias. Parents are Nicula. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Carter 1
I. Royal, chairman of the finan2omittee sold from the kitchen. Sunday school, Church: Sunday School, ;10 a.m. The also welcome to come by the school Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, Miss P
; called the financial 9:30.: Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evening Fellowship Churches will be held at New revisions put into effect this cafeterias to talk with the manager Marvella Carter Mr. and Mrs. John
K jding secretary 'and treasurer worship, e p.m. 3 pm. All) churches are asked to year are: low-fat milk available In and to see and taste the food being Aguiar, of Jacksonville and Mrs.
Saturday, 2:30 at. New Bethel for a cooperate with this activity. every school cafeteria; rice or whole prepared. Wade Gaskins attended the birthday
n>e&ing to review financial reports, Church of God of Prophecy j Sunday Greater Allen Chapel AME Church grained or enriched pasta can be usedas Nutritionally speaking. "You Are party for their aunt, Miss Debbie
(oi&jlaking: bulletins for all local churcna4in school 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning ser a bread substitute; fats, sugars What You Eat,so eat a balanced diet Phillips at Lake Butler Reception
the district. Deacon Royal a.m. Evening worship, 7 pm. vice, 11 a.m. Fellowship of Churches, and salt kept at a moderate level; everyday, at school and at home. Center on Sunday afternoon. There
reported a very successful meeting. Free Canaan True Church In Unity:. 3 p.m. at Mt. Morlah. All members were approximately fifty-five. pre
Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning wor- Monday, 7 p.m. Prayer Band. Tues- are asked to attend. .$;::: X::**: ::-JJ: sent.
tz""'.:.'":. #;: : Jeffrey McClellan of Starke, spent
:" Thursday afternoon with his grand-
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Les McClellan.
I parents Mr. and Mrs.
: ""' ''r'H['"' r4t-'t Southside Elementary School News namnmmm.Patricia : Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan spent

Lt tor you for all the friends who Sunday with their mother, Mra.. W.ll.
NpYember letter will home December 10 January Christmas Hall in St. Jude Nursing tome In
30 A go Allen, Shane Bass, Tracy showed kindness to me during my difficult
tI1tltb the students concerning the9eind vacation. Davy, Michelle Garcia Mule Fu- time. Thoughtfulness! was expressed Jacksonville.
A Mouse to College", the an- January Teacher Planning Day,no quay Billy Harrison Bo Haisten, through food flowers and Mrs. Margie Reddish and son, Randall
patd American Cancer Society fund"ddve school for students. Robin McRee, Brenda Jenkins, Greg Fitting your feet with today of Starke, were Friday supper
in the school. The envelopes January 3 -Students return to school. Pittman. Mark Strickland, Rudy prayers. John Slater quality how can help keep guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs..
fe;to be returned on December 7.tjtftmbtr Waters, Tiffany Little Randy you from footing," bill*. Lea McClellan.
3 Report cards will beyetuj News from Mrs. Carolyn Taylor- Goolsby, and Claude Klnsler.
: home with the students. Mrs. Maria Kopelousos' first grade: Happy Children's Book Weekl! The J
rjtecember 3-7- Mrs. Sandra Duncan, the students have made paper plate week of November 12-18 wasChildren's
:(UPtA grade teacher, will be in turkeys to take home for decorations
Book Week. This special
--Tallahassee as a member of the at Thanksgiving, but in the meantime week has been around for a long time; How's the time for expert help. money should you keep easily available. In

:Stale Elementary Instructional they are being used in their room as starting back In 1919, it Is 60 years old U there was ever a time for people to checking or passbook savings?Would a trust
:Materials Council working on the mobiles.In this year: The purpose of this week is be careful about managing it's now.NOW's program be best tor your Investment needs? I
;Sdctotlon of new textbooks and Mn. Sandra Duncan's ,fifth ,.to call attention to the need for good money Could you benefit from the tax advantages
Materials. grade the students have been growing the time you need more than mere
children's books and to encourage :, of an IRA plan? ,
&F timber 7 There will be a basketball plants In conjunction with their unit children to read. The theme of thisyear's financial advice.You need expert personal These the
; tournament at Starke Elementary ) .on plants. They have sprouted bean book.week Is "More Books In .< help from professionals.They can guide you are questions Florida National
: involving all of the county seeds, carrot tops, .onions and anv'1KaJt the Horn The library is celebrating!? through the contusing tumble hang! people can help answer. For four needs <
ifjfx>ls. Both boys and felrj? )4l7\bej feed. rv gtffaa" Book Week with special posters Wi* ..11 __ oak _
tMrJicipating in thisMournamenr"iTeams Mrs. rva Jean Harre7!] fodk aWrey-t)...moblleraa well as putting out brand'- q ..... ans.tMnt they can df1VeJop.aprogJanl'' TtteyTl put your program to work to help'
;: at Southside have not been of her fourth grade class to determine new books for the children. Also, we ? \-. i 4 that's right for you;;and put it to work. you best manage your money now and for
:tIjti>en yet. their favorite color, food, book, are having a contest with the children Your needs ere different from anyone the future. .
movie, TV program, school subject voting for their favorite book In the else Your financial plan has to be too. For
f.J. and holiday. The class Is going to take Southside Library. Our displays In- example b a 4-year certificate of deposit Now the time Get to know your bank.
the results of the and show The people who do
survey clude a salt map displaying the routeof more.
right tor you?Or would a 6-month money
these items on bar graphs. Blue was the pilgrims to the new world,
Servicemen the favorite color, pizza was the made by Mrs. Donna Hartley's fifth market certificate work;better? How much

::"v.:. favorite food, LITTLE HOUSE ON grade class. What a fine Job they did.
THE PRAIRIE, the favorite book, Also have colorful
j:| 3rd John R.SmithSNSVy we many paper
3rd favorite TV program was a tie between balls and disks in fall and ;
cryptologic Technician Buck Rogers, Charlie's Angels, Smith colors, Dan '+ ;; ,
Class John R. Smith, son of Libbraby
late Milo and Monday Night Football, math from the t. ': w
and the .
K S. McCombs
lfy the favorite subject and ,, .
was In Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth grade ", }.-
I&Stjrnth of Lawtey, has completed a Christmas the favorite holiday.In the ., '
good spellers are Pam Carter, "
ypologic| technician maintenancec Ms. Mercy Dee Hill's third grade Eric Nazworth and Waylon Town- :* .7 TALK ABDUT

ut'se. conducteda the math champs are Greg Pittmen, send. AU students are busy rehears .
FThfc 12-week course was Randy Goolsby,andJ.J. Hall. Perfect ing for a Thanksgiving "The

Center cjJwrte&3Jhe.,Corry was Naval Station designed Technical, Pensacola.to Training provide The spelling scores were achieved by Meaning of Thanksgiving.Day". '. {;?s',;: ., 4 r MANAGING MONEY

tfcc&iicians with a workingknowledge 1 .
of basic electronic .. Legal Notice ) "
rtt maintenance of the equipment used Incdtlihg v" f :" FROM THE :

i and deciphering coded NOTICE OF APPLICA- dance with Florida described a* follow! -
messages.fOie TION FOR AMENDMENTOF Stotut.. that the City lot SO Ft 11 W by 274
course centered on theopating THE LAND USE PLAN. Council of tawtey Ft. N a S In corner of lot WHO DOI'
principles of operation and CITY OF IAWTEV Florida will conduct a IB In lawtey I of ft.M."' : .
maintenance procedures for antenna FLORIDA.An public hearing' at a You ore further given'
aA.d--radio frequency distribution ORDINANCE amending regular meeting held at NOTICE that a copy of I'" ':\MDRE. t
systems: radio receivers and tape the CO..pI.h..ly. 7:30 p.m. at City Hall aid proposed OR' : .
plus a familiarization with land U.. Plan Element lawtey Florida on Monday DINANCE I I.available for ,
riWWders! terminal equipment. and Map by lawley.Florida. December 3, 1979. your Inspection at the '. I"J;"
communication! 'In accordance and will consider. an Ordinance Office of the City Clerk. .,f :v" ,
:.1979>< graduate' of Bradford High with the local Government relating to City Hall lawtey, : '
Stol l. he joined the Navy in Comprehensive Florida.

February, 1979. Planning Act of 179 at Amend 'the Com. Each and every penon "/":':
:...'" provided (for In Chapt.r prehenilve' land Use having any Interest
... .
.. { +:a; PFC Charles Colbert Statute.. land currently' cla*.lfled/ of this proposed ; +.
R Is MP at Fort Hood.Tex. TO All Citizen Ta'.. .Residential Rural and ORDINANCE should op- 1v 1 1I I.
.:,. payer and other Int..ted detlgnated, by the plan pear and be heard at the. r I'
(Eir<5RT HOOD, Texas-Pfc. Charles persons a* Yellow, be time and place prescrib )
T$;-I:01bert, Jr.,whose parents live on you and each of you recle* lfied lo Mobil. ed.CITY I
Root e 1. Lake Butler, recently.waff .re hereby and herewith Home ond designated' COUNCIL CITY I'I'
aasigneiasamilitary policeman with given' notice In accor Brown the property of OF IAWTEY FLORIDA.
Uvit Calvary Division at Fort Hood, Dorothy Maultrie, Itpd 11/22. I'I'I I'f

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S.entered the Army In July 1979. r I
1979 graduate .

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turnip greens,
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: Page 11.TBLIIORiPH November22.I78

DuPont to Close SR-16 Nov. 26 ; Alachua County, Commissioner. .i-


Perry M+cGiiff Jr. Enters ': :

To Allow Wet Mill Across ':'; .


SUte Road 16 east of Starke wilt be Zircon and staurolite is also mined by District 6 Senate Race .

closed around Nov. 26 by E.I. DuPont DuPont.

for their heavy mineral mining opera mining' Another political hat-tosser, Perry calf 1974 Alachua County Cpmmis-;
C. McGriff Jr., of Gainesville et- don campaign. They Intend to do this
tion.Traffic which is about a mile wide extending
Lake and
between Kingsley nclaily announced Tuesday his can again as well as use more conventional .
Starke will be rerouted to SR-230 via in a north-south direction and didacy for the District e State Senate means of travel In the next few
Flume Road for approximately three crossed by state roads 18,230,and 225. INt. months to visit all IS counties in the:
months while the dredge and floating Its two local mining operations, one "The state must provide funding for district to explore citizen concerns:
process mill pass through a canal to at Highland and the one at Klngsley programs it requires a county to implement before drafting his platform.
be cut across SR-16. Flume Road has Lake, provide DuPont with an impor- ," said eGriff. who is serve McGriff said his contribution limit
been widened and graded and lime tant source of the Titanium mineral ing his second term with the Alachua from individuals, groups or-
rock will be placed on the gravel road called Ilmenite and supply Zircon. and County Commission. businesses is $300. His campaign

starting Nov. 29, according to County Staurolite.The "I want to save local taxes by giv treasurer will be Joseph W. "Jody'5
Commissioner Dave Shuford, head of major economic contribution of ing state financial relief to the counties Davis. i
Bradford Road Department. Tho the DuPont Co.'s Florida plant can be to pay: for state mandated programs
county has left Flume Road open to illustrated in the essentiality of its ,' he said.
pack the dirt, Shuford says. primary ore, ilemenite, to productionof McGriff. who has been on the
By around Nov. 26, the Trail Ride titanium dioxide at DuPont Whatever It I* that's so Interesting back there Peter Rabbit and his. cowboy Gainesville political scene for nine
dredge and wet separating chemical facilities in Delaware, Ten- friend' lust d111 see H that way. A costume contest,skit and slng-along marked years and has also served with the
have mined out all available ore southof nessee and Mississippi. Titanium the Ch tdren'. Book Week for these Brooke Elementary students. Gainesville City Commission, said he I
SR-16 and to continue operating dioxide Is a pigment used as a supports home rule where the responsibility \
access to land north of the highwayhad whitener or opacifylng agent in Children's Book Week Celebratedcan to govern is closest to the peo i'
to be obtained. paints, paper, plastics, and other pie. "I understand the local problems :
"The only practical way to accomplish materials. This pigment is derived and believe in a common sense
this is to cut the road," says from titanium-bearing llemente ore, Characters from various classic theme for this year's Book Weekwasthe for solutions," he said. approach J
Ken Platt. manager of the local Du using a special process pioneered by children's books came to life tact Friday same theme used in 1919 when McGriff supports autonomy for
Pont operation. Dismantling and DuPont in the early 1950. This process at Brooker Elementary when Book Week began local school boards to establish basic
reassembling the huge mining equip- half the quantity of children dressed up as their favorite educational programs for local needs,
alternative waste produce by older processes, character In celebration of Children'sBook but with
ment is not a practical uniform state educational
After the
costume contest all those
Platt such as the "sulfate" method still us- Week.Raggedy'. funding which would provide 1
says. who dressed were given book more
Early this year, DuPont requestedthe ed manufacturers.by many titanium dioxide Ann, Little Red Riding markers and lollipops.up A singalongand local property tax relief.
state to temporarily close the Hood and Peter short skit rounded' A. "emPloyed businessman,
Mary Popplns Rabbit out the morn- 'i
short section of SR-16 to make the In the DuPont-developed process, were the characters and Ing's activities. McGriff works as an agent for state ,
continued mining operation possible.A titanium-bearing ores ,are reacted among Farm Insurance. He is a graduate of
King Kong (alias Dan Smith
public 'j
made in with chlorine in the presence of car- the
similar request was 1972 University of Florida and was r 'jI
libraian) visited the students to talk
bon to titanium tetrachloride The week of Nov. 13-181. set aside I
to close a short section of SR-230 and produce about the of books named one of the Outstanding Young .
the closing re-routing of traffic which: when combined with oxygen, many uses to encourage children's reading Men of Florida in 1967 and 1975.
passage of the mining units throughthe forms titanium dioxide. The titanium habits and to stress the importance of McGriff and his family jogged
right-of-way and subsequent dioxide is then cooled and separatedfrom "More Books In the Home"theof reading, Smith said. around Alachua County in his sue- Perry McGriff Jr. >

rebuilding of the road was done the chlorine, which Is recovered I

without incident or any negative impact for reuse. ........ .
on the community, said Platt. The pigment is then chemically .more on Housing Finance Authority from page 1 ............... :4 ;

Electric power lines and telephonelines treated to impart the required optical I
raised safe and physical properties. Finally, the boWing
clearance are being when the dredge to provide and processing product is filtered, washed, dried, put out more than he committedfor day's meeting, Is' to have the bond'validated. Reynolds, Smith, and Hills engineerIng homes were conventional
barge under them. About ground and packaged in 50-lb. bags. It might use funds from another Allen explained. Attorney firm of Jacksonville, told the but In 1977 only 35 percent was conventional -]
800 feet of pass will be removed leaves the plant by truck and rail for lender unable to find borrowers toraH Dudley Hardy said he hopes to file the housing authority in August Plantec housing. Since 1970 mobil:
pavement! customers. the money for which he committed. his validation suit within the next few Inc. .is performing the economic homes have accounted for percent:
from the highway right-of-way.
been institution. days. Hardy expects the judge to studies required for the bond issue. of the housing added the Planter
After mining pond has dug, a
validate the issue within 30
Titanium dioxide Is Lenders present for the Initial Inc. study shows. : : <
processing barge will be pulled a prime ingre-
through the road cut and the road will dient for almost all paints. Of the meeting with the Investment banking Then the appeal period will delay the Bradford has a population of 18,700, Plantec figures are geared* to:
be reconstructed. 830,000 tons of titanium dioxide pur- firm included the Florida Bank at actual bond sale to midJanuary.The a growth of 4,000 since 1970, Burke justify the bond issue by showing:
bonds will go into validation told MFA. He pointed out the University mortgage money Is difficult to obtain.
All costs associated with the temporary chased annually in the United States Starke Community State Bank,
allow "
closing of SR-16 are paid for approximately 430,000 tons are userlby Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan with very broad parameters to of Florida projected a decrease in and that middle income persons hav
by DuPont. the coatings Industry. The productis Association: of Gainesville Freedom the UFA said.Current as. much leeway as possible, population here. no source of money : : ;
The Trail Ridge Mine has been extracting used in virtually every hue of paint- Federal Savings and Loan Association .. r.
titanium and other heavy -not just white paint-to Impart of Palatka, and Tucker Brothersof Median Income in Bradford County
minerals from a strip of land along such as washability and' one Jacksonville. Tucker Brothers has AA bond mortgage rates is two-thirds the state average, which
the Bradford-Clay county line since coat coverage." Titanium dioxide been making loans in Bradford County are 644percent, Allen said The .Is below the national average. Me-
for the to its UFA is looking now at 9tt-10 percentin..t dian housing prices are fairly) close to ?
1949 and the two mining operations has no known economical, functional past year, according
to home builders. Money on
provide an important source of the substitute and is nontoxic and Inert representative John Hall. the state average Burke pointed out. : 1
the open market, if it can be found .is There are 230 substandard homesin
titanium mineral town as ilmenite. (will not react chemically). Next step, following last Thurs- .
at 13 percent currently. the City of Starke alone, ;Burke .'
Studies performed to justify the .
HAMPTON AREA NEWS I I bond issue show the local money An' average of 360 mobile homes The light from the closest t
] market Is tight, David Burke, Jr. of move Into the county each year. In galaxy to our own r.
Plantec, Inc., a subsidiary of 1970, 84 percent of single family Andromeda' began to travelto ',. ,"
ui before the tint true
by Dolores Meng
man appeared earth.
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:i, Senior Citizens Grafton. Vermont. school policies including good l hunches -
j Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan, president, While there they celebrated Butch's and discipline, and their desire ,
welcomed 18 members to the meeting 12th birthday at a lovely restaurant for the 8th grade to be added to,the
of the Hampton Senior Citizens Club which provided a birthday cake. school oat year.Mr.Clark requestedthat

J ., last Friday.. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne ,The men enjoyed a successful deer parents of Title I students meet a. .......,,-GlrI. ..IDEAS... ,
Wellon are new members of the Club. hunting trip while the ladies took a with the instructor, Mrs. Earselene
Mrs. Wellon serves as president of shopping and sightseeing trip to New Zimmerman, following the program. o FROM TOEs
'I the Starke Senior Citizens Club. Hampshire and Massachesetts. Mr. Roberts reported that the recent -
William Lahn with his mandolin led Sylvester and Betty saw some snow Halloween Carnival netted
the group in a sing along and in sing and cool weather and were happy to $1,100. He announced that a cor' 'nit- OFFICE SHOP..
ing Happy Birthday to Mrs. Vaughn see the Florida sunshine upon returning tee would be appointed to detc.a4.Ine
who had a Nov. 6 birthday Mrs. home. beneficial spending of this money. .
Lillian Hall whose birthday was on On Sunday they went to Jacksonville We Will Have A Special: ; :
I, Nov. 16, and Recee: Dowling whose and Monday they spent the day
birthday occurs on Nov. 29. in Webster as part of their vacation. Under the direction of Mr. Bill h '
Plans were made for the Annual McRae, Music Instructor, accompanied A Christmas Showing This
Christmas Luncheon and Party to be by Mrs. Carole Stevenson at' )
held on Dec. 7. Members will bring Happy Birthday the piano,students marched and sang
along gifts which will be exchanged. Paul Bawek entertained friends You're A Grand Old Flag'which concluded ; f Friday November 23rd.
School Principal Connie Clark Friday evening with a frI)' at his with symbolic gestures and ? ? n ,
visited the Senior Citizens at their home in celebration of h birthday waving of American flags k-iI'.l.

Friday meeting. He Invited them to They all enjoyed the campfire .
partake of the Thanksgiving lunch where they roasted hot dogs and mar- This was followed by the tunes a )
prepared at the school on Tuesday, shmallows. The cake decorated witha 'CandY Man'. 'Do Re Mi', and ,: You. Will Find 1 OO's Of Unusual; :;;

when 7th grade girls will set tables football theme was a highlight of the Happiness'.Then Mr. McRae accompanled -, :( '

and assist m serving the lunch at the evening. They also played volleyballand the group with his guitar to the Wi: Gift Items Now On Display if YouHaven't ';
City Hall. kickball. Jimmy Leschorn, numbers 'Wade In The Water, .
Paul's cousin from Gainesville, spent Children', 'Blue Ridge Mountain' "'
Convalescing the night with him. Country Roads' and Tie A Yellow \, :. Visited Our Shop Recently ,
Tom Paladino feels much better Daisy Fort celebrated her birthdayon Ri'>bon'.

Veterans following Hospital.surgery at the Lake City Amy Nov.Home 7. had a birthday party Next Mr.McRae introduced the trio ;, You Are In For A.Pleasant Surprise: ;: !

Clarence Melton returned home for friends in celebration of her 6th who presented the Matchmaker song
Saturday after undergoing ear birthday on Nov. 14. from the musical, 'Fiddler On The ""
;, surgery at the Veterans Hospital in Grace Rowe was 9 years old on Nov. floor Regina Cannavo played the BY

Gainesville. part of Yenta Tracy Baa sang the '.
I Whitehead celebrated his part of Cava and Brenda) Bawek :i.a; ::.
Visitors 12th birthday on Nov. 14. acted the part of Hodel. Their .
t Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins enjoyed Steven Brown had a birthday Nov. dramatics and singing proved quite Of Course We Arjp;;
I the recent visit of their grandson professional!

Joel Smith, Jr., and his friend, 14.Christine Sherwin celebrated her u'll Find The Fine i
Johnet Jones of Jacksonville.Mr. 12th birthday Nov. 15. "
Tom Fontaine of Connecticut Randall Glisson turned 11 on Nov

made a surprise visit to his mother, 17. The program concluded with the Line Of Hallmark Cards Products &||!t
Mrs. Josephine Fontaine and JoAnne, Laurie Whitehead was 10 years old 'I Enjoy Being ..
slowed '
Thursday. He was enroute from a on Nov. 17.Happy by the group tog'; ''
business trip to Miami. 1 Birthday to Zlna Beth Young Consider Yourself and 'Dixie'. i Stationary StorelpOFFICE '
Mr. and Mrs. William Schaub of who celebrated her 13th birthday on Gifts. .
Refreshments of cookies, punch 8? ." ,.;t!. ,
Crescent City attended the Senior Nov. 19. and coffee were served by Mrs. ::.:: ;; r
Citizens Meeting on Frtdar.and spent Jolene Friese and Mrs. lager Campen ':L""'
the weekend with Mrs. Hampton Lake News following the program. Tree Trimmers -.. ::
Fontaine and grandaughter JoAnne. -t.- "..
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of ,

,. weeks Saturday following a Humboldt Tennessee, arrived Monday > Christmas tf '
two trip to Hartford, Conn to spend some time with his / / / :,
, j, where they flew to visit their son and mother, Mrs. Vlrgie Barksdale, and CUBSCOUT : '
family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, other relatives and friends ., .: '! DecorationsGift ,
I Richard, Jr. (Butch) and Jeffrey In Troop .

Daley Hunter of Henderson,' Kentucky baby Carolyn I..West ".: Wrap. '

ObituariesMrs. and Melva Darnae of Boca With the help of Mr. K.C. Lang.
Raton left Saturday following visit Pack 873 now has a Troop B73. We are ; Many Many '
.Anna with their cousin Mn.Viola Lefebvreand very proud to announce this. ; ;
Grace Ran
the Henry Spell family. The first troop mjedng was the 10th SHOP (
I Starke Schoolin Unusual 1& ,
Mrs'Anna Grace Rau.age 52,of Rt. of Nov. at 2. Thos next Elementary meeting will be j I,.
room .I
died "
..,. 2 Thursday, Keystone afternoon.Heights, Born suddenly in Pittsburgh Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited the 23rd of Nov. at 7:30: p.m. ,. "J inexpensive Gift::; ;;, "I
In selected "Panther" as 1
Joyce Meng and Carlton Meng The boys
r Pa. on Aug. I, 1927. she and ,
Ws0il99t. 'A'
Patrol Officers went .
their first name. "
Jacksonville Sunday. 11" ; -
husband '
her had
Wash for many years lived before in Seattle coming, from Fran Gainesville Meng new on to Toledo Saturday Ohio to, also Christopher nominated. Robinson aa follows and: Scribe Patrol "'ideas.: t PA1 ,.,' ,. ':. .',1! .! "

here 2 years ago. Mrs. Rau was a spend some time with his, mother Leader, Robert A. Taylor. .-: StaTkeEIas" : '
member of the Faith. lii-
Episcopal Mrs. Freda Meng. who is a patient alSt. Welcome to our new boys and tfceirparents. :
Survivors Include her husband. Shop Early j ff77)) : :
Vincents' Hospital there. They, are: Kenneth Browning t} .' f.I f.
Richard R. "Dick" Rau; her mother .
, Christopher Robinson, Curtis A.., I '':'', ." ".'1" :
Grace C. Ross of Keystone Heights- 1 Sanders Robert A,Taylor and Cajvin' .. ..'; i;. "
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daughter Beverly Ann Sykes of 1.4 : ..
Thomas. j
L. -
: J Miami: 2 sons, Brian and Steve Rau. PTA Entertained Our committee members are: :' ." [) ., ... ,, "' ", 0{
both of Seattle 2 brothers John ft Student Choir' '
? ; ? Coordinator Miriam', .
f; ;),,
' Scouting SelectionIGocid.4 '
'I .; Ross of Melrose and James M. Ross Don Roberts, PTA president ., ; ,
Committee Chairman ,
and mends to as Robida; :' ,t. ,':" .J
of Fla. 1 sister welcomed parents
Beverly .
Blankenship: Committee- .. /, : ,
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Hanks of MeJro .. musical program provided by the ', ," "
members, Eva Whittle 'and .
; Graveside funeral services were and tth grade students Thursday Asu '
L. West t Scoutmaster ,
held at 3 pjn. Sunday in the EUam evening Nov. 15.. at Hampton Carolyn Mlk B. West,ST..and Scoutmaster ,\' : .. .
Cemetery In Melrose, with Rev. Bud- Elementary SchooL '" ." :, : ,.1 ', .\'.
dy C. Friedlin officiating. Intermentwas Principal Connl Clark told the ,Gerald Blankenship. I,I .' ', ''J ;.,. .. !
Information call Scoutmaster ,
In the family plot with DeWitt C. large audience of the recent when survey most For more at 9M4O73 or Assistant Scoot.*.. .,','"lib..,, ''... ."\."".,...',,,,,,1 ",.I...;...,,../;dWl'r .". ": t""' ... '. '". '," ,.. t. .. .
;- Jones arrangements.Funeral Home In charge of the students conducted indicated at the their satisfaction, muter at MM90 >.,.'.: <. "12'C 'C tC '<< -1i! !C IC. "

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Tornadoes Roll Aft e \ totter ; section

NM.......II. It'll'

Rip Live Oak 33-12 to End 55tFor :' .

one half Friday nights cam* !
In Starke wtnless Live Oak: played ,
David Being the to Bradford heavUy favored High's Toraaooea Goiiaths- ;,!BffS9 Keystone Open Cage

Hat intermisslon,things returned ,
to form after halftime and the Tornadoes Bradford High School Tornadoes
ended a 9-5 reason with a 33-13 and Keystone Heights High Indians Clay Invitational \
roasting of the (0.10). The t a open their varsity basketball MX TEMPLE: "
Build seasons tonight, Tuesday, Nov. 20 In
Tornadoes second half L
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th ) Clay High lnvkattonai CLAY ii i pw.
of the game played In chilly M degree Thanksgiving .
temperature with Z7 polnU.BilS at Green Cove Springs. ITa..S....> h
which ended the season with The Tornadoes, coming off a 6-19 KCYbTONEICII > ...........)
three straight win to avert what year with five seniors and four LAKE WEIR
might have been its first losing football starters back, clash with Orange
year since 1971. started out Justas JyS (J Park at 6 p.m. while the Indians, 11-14 BAKER CO. '''''.1 ,... .....1Tae. p.w..
cold as the night air they were t last season but taller this time ( .1 ,jm..
playing around, test host Clay High in Tues FlAGLER
On the second: play of the game a 11 day's final game at 6p m. rrLLseers
In the first session of the first roundSt. 'r-
veer pitchout bounced free for a Tornado ORANGE PARKBRADFORD !
loss of 10 yards. On the next playan Augustine will play Uve Oak at 1p.m. liab 6 w.ITe. :
and Macclenny-Baker County 4,...,
Ineligible receiver penalty cost Will off with FlaglerPalmCoast
BUS 10 more stripes. And on third CO.
down Bradford fumbled again. at 3 p.m.Admission --
Fullback Mike covered price per session (two AUGUa11NLAMEC1TY '
Jordan the St. ...

) Is $1 for students and for ,
games 12
ball for a loss but was himself lost for ad lts. the Mower the play, being spearedin I <(<"* 1 P...]
back: by a Live Oak Live Oak, St Augustine Buchholz LIVE OAK
player diving for the bobble. Jordan, and host Green Cove-Clay figure to be nt'ciiiiouc
a junior, had been the Tornadoes top the teams most ready to Impress in
ground gainer since their switch to the season-opening tourney. Starke has four starters back." Keystone should be a good game. I
the veer offense at midseason. As of Tourney host John Neely, head Live Oak was a 1978 district titlist. figure they'll be pretty tough."
Monday he was still hobbling with a coach of the perennially tough Clay ending 23-7 with an 82-80 loss to Neely plays down his own club,
bad bruise on his back. Blue Devils rates Uve Oak and St. Bishop Kenny in the regional The which went 26-4 last year with a
To make matters worse Uve Oak Augustine as the best of the bunch. Suwannee County team was led by district championship, losing a tight
wasn't playing like an 0-. team. The "Live Oak and St, Augustine both guard Bruce Perry, a 5-10. 20 point slowdown decision to eventual state
Bulldogsitook the ball after the punt have all five starters back and both plus scorer who is still only a junior. champ Ocala Vanguard in the Region
and ramrodded 40 yards for the those teams should be rated In the top "All the first round games shouldbe finals.
game's first score.: Passes from 2011!! 10 in class-AAA when the state rankIngs evenly matched Neely predicted. "We graduated nine seniors so
quarterback to the come out,"Neely said in a phone "Starke against Orange Park: and we're In for a rough time," Neely
'Dogs bear of TOmmY3lool Donnie Edward Hamilton slices between Live Oak defenders reroute to his 201 yard conversation last week. "Buchholz Macclenny against Flagler should be said. "The only starter back is David
Allen, a M ed the rushing day-the best by a Tornado back this season. also has a lot of people back and real good matchups... and us and Smith ((84)."
surprising offensive. Wooley's first A" i
pass was tipped up but Allen made the '
catch and bulled for an 18 yard gain. o..IUI1r1w. After the turnover BUS went for the
The two then connected on an eight ."VfOM nntpm. .MAO/opcoUwv laM bomb against the bunched up Uve Girls In Park II
yard jump pass, and two plays later M -y. H.N Oak defense but Craig Carter, who Keystone Open Orange
Wooley found Allen at the edge of the .dl rd.1..6N r had the streaking Clark mantomanin
goal line on the right side. Four Brad- ...".-..* 'c.HA-W-*w. ..t-4-1..... the coverage,was right! on the play, The Lady Indians of Keystone Raines and Bishop Kenny takes on almost certainly thrust KHHS into a 7
ford tacklers converged on the play S-l r..u ,.... 4a batting away Goodge well-thrown Heights High School open their Sandalwood in afternoon contests. p.m. Friday matchup with Orange
but Allen managed to nudge across 1.11 --. *. Wl aerial.Punter David Sparks hemmed basketball season Wednesday night, Host Orange Park, a state Park, a future Boatwright Isn't too
for the TD,a nine yard play.The kick: UVIOAK *.....? the 'Dogs In with a 43 yard boot and Not. 21, against Jacksonville semifinalist in 4-A girls basketball wild about.
failed but with 7:34 left In the first MADMMOCOUNTV ......-.. after L0 punted again the half ended Englewood in the Orange Park Girls last season, plays Wolfson at 7 p.m. "Hey, they are super, I'd hate to
stanza Uve Oak, a team that just a &ooMM._t*.PM few,......(hi*MtW) with Goodie being sacked for a seven Thanksgiving Tournament. Keystone,which Is coming off a 21-5 even show up," she said of the possible -
week earlier had been bullied around F.Otttf.I H-ft p.uuh m (khfe MM kfc*)) yard loss. "' Keystone; and the Lady Rams of Region championship year, is matchup with the 1 schoolpower.
27-2 by class-AA Jasper was on top L O.dp It ....nm((0.*i Mcfc) <.re 2B Englewood end a four-game first ly AA school in the tournament,and "It'd be good ex=ence for
for at best one of the few times all S.-.OII .. ...
season. .. --1.. ( 1.11.4), 9 p.m. tilt. Before that Paxon meets "We re just in the tournament for very good player but I think they
The Tornadoes came back to tie the --1-( Mid \ the experience,we're really out of our return a few starters at least and they
game as Hamilton capped a 40 yard class, Lady Indian Coach Kathleen had a lot of depth last year I
movement with a two yard scoringrun barrassing themselves. We told themto Other Roundb all Squads Boatwright said of the season opening remember at the state tournament it
with 5:59: left In the half. Kenny concentrate on their assignments tourney. Mrs. Boatwright coached in seemed like whoever they brought: In
Clark missed his first extra point of in the second: half but we really didn't Jacksonville's Gateway Conferenceat off the bench It didn't make that much 1
the season after six successes as the Fletcher before coming to difference." OP lost to 4A state I
count stayed W. Neither team came change any alignments. Tu Miami Coral in the
"It was a good win for us. It enabledus Open After rky Day Keystone."Englewood champ Springs
close to tacking on another tally in the to end 5-5... about five or six weeks : is not one of the semifinals.Saturday.
final minutes of the half. there didn't off at Milliard. Dec. 4. toughies up there and I really thinkwe night's consolation game
ago look like there was the boys and girls tip Pie season
While Keystone
So the haU against the them the (between Friday's losers will
entering In- can give a good game, tipoffat
The JV at
any way we'd do that. You have to basketball squads and the Keystone girls opens
weakest team on their schedule, the varsity Keystone coach said of Wednesday'sopener. 7 p.m. with the title game scheduled
give a lot of credit to the coaching team get terlachen. Thursday, Dec. 8, under
Bradford High boys varsity
Tornadoes had scored on just one of A win over Englewood will for 9 p.m.
staff.The defense really came around underway with Thanksgiving tourna- the direction of another new coach,
had barely
five' a
discernible opportunities edge in statistics-four tremendously the last month of the ment action this week the rest of the Bob Smith. i
and Coach Sexton force will ---- -
season was a area high school teams get
,first downs and 85 total yards to LiveOak's
behind that. The secondary started to break.
started after the holiday '
three and 54- and worse yet
come around about the same time. The Union County High boys varsity BUS Home Basketball
were still even on the Scoreboard: ,
'' Mike Hartley,did a-good job with a and JV will tip things off at ComeOnlnio ,, .,. ,
-ballofwnr The second half was* --_&-.whole,-' ..new young group." ..,,...,, *.. -'-' ... ,Hawthprire"'Frtday; -rtghtr Nov.: '30.> .'--.1 &"**''* t *Moved f*>:-r"T&J:<,r-<* -'"" /..
The Tornadoes came out with aroara Even though the Tornado coacheshadn't Both squads are coached by David pener i r
shanked kick that turned Into graded films by Monday and Ross. The Lady Tiger varsity opens
an onsides recovery and proceeded to were, wary of singling out players Tuesday, Dec. 4, in a boys JV-girls- To Be Before Students
they had much for the season against /
the first two times took the praise boys varsity tripleheader
score they
ending win-but the kind words WUliston in Lake Butler while the With filling up the
the ball
then turn over on
ball over
their next two possessions, and then weren't for Bradford's sputtering liftoff junior varsity Union girls open at Bradford ggymmwitd students, Bradford
In the Dec. 10. Both School has moved its /
score twice more to turn the contest game. Newberry Monday, High boys '
into the rout it was expected to be. As the game moved into the second girls teams are headed by Mike basketball home opener up to the 301 NORTH il STARKE ;
uphegroundthes 253 yards period BHS took the ball at the Live Dempsey. afternoon of Friday, Nov. 30, startingat ; .
on : half(for a Oak 40 after a punt. Hamilton ran The Bradford varsity girls open 1 p.m. against Gainesville ............................................................. .......
night's aggregate of 338 stipes on 59 three times for 12 yards and Goodge Monday Dec. 3, with a road game Eastslde's Rams. The junior varsity-
tries) while holding the visitors to veered left for 18 yards, bouncing off against Gainesville High. The Lady contest will follow the varsity game.
zero first downs and 24 yards total offense two tacklers at the line of scrimmageto Tornadoes will be steered by new Eastslde. requested a schedule NO Apple Sundaes
,and intercepting all three of the turn the play into a big gainer. coach Freda Chewning, who arrivedon change for the games, which were l f
Bulldogs' last half passes. Hamilton ran the ball on the last three the job Monday to take the position originally scheduled: for 8:30: and 8 : ,
Goodge scored on runs of three 11. plays of the drive to take the ball in vacated by Melba Howard-who has p.m. at Eastside, because the Ram "
and seven yards as the lead bUlowJto i from the 15. taken a job with the school censor: football team will be playing a first You'll Love Em
274 and JV graduate Randy Live Oak was no longer finding success tium in Palatka. round state playoff game at home B
Parado put the icing on the game and : against the BHS defense but the The Tornado boys Junior varsity, .that. night.
the season with a 35 yard TD scamperIn Tornadoes couldn't score either. The with new coach Rick Stephens, opens Students will be let out of class ear-
the fourth period. visitor's had a chance to take the lead Friday,Nov.30,in a special afternoon ly Friday. Nov. 30, so those that wish MEET ONE
., Hurse was asked what coaching again when a punt bounced of Clark's home game atS: p.m. against can attend the basketball game. Admission -
majic the Tornado staff worked at leg and was recovered by LO's Ken Gainesville Eastslde (see related price for students will be ft. .
halftime. Riley at the BHS 34. On third and nine story). The second meeting between the
"We didn't change a doggone the visitors returned the favor, with The Keystone boys junior varsity, two teams-scheduled for Friday FREE
thing," he answered with a smile. Daniel McMullen fumbling to BHS coached this year by Rich King opens night Jan. 4-will now be switched to 964-7478 :;
"We just told 'em that they were em- end Jimmy Wright. practice after Thanksgiving and will Eastalde's home floor. LL -- '1



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Keystone Falls Short, 7-6, To 9-1 Crescent City Raiders ;

The 197M Keystone High School ri.M. ...,. -....... the middle by Corbett made fourquiltkicked to go m the first half. McCormIck
annual Will Kkety read that the Indian's ., '-." p'("""" ,.., new0lnl.glas os..aRSCnrIrr yarda and Coursey 43 tercvpted on Che Raider and swerved -
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Baal km of the season was a ,, ,), ., yard*out to the 48.Itu badE to the 30 on the return.
lQUe er.74.to the state's 14th rank Ii ,.. .N, r4r.Nr. N NTwbMllq Raiders picked up a first down Key ane's third cost tumble gave

ed AA school Crescent Qty), but that 10"I. .,.... Sun fA1e./1 x71n at the 84 as the first quarter came to a the Un back to the Raiders after
won't tell the story ol a team that out. 1 close. A cUpping penalty moved the Burner passed complete toJennings

hit. out-played( and out-hurtled Its I. ", J' .Ma'IW'ICI"Y"_, MIA.7NWSStMS. ball back to the 40 and Walt Boney on an attempted screen Crescent u-

heavily favored opponent and KillS ., ',( caught the Raider' quarterback go- ty managed to get off one runningplay
,. 5 a lag back to pam for a huge 21 yard and two Incomplete passes
nmed up. the Indians shouWve ,,.:. c-o, er s loss on the next play. before the half ended.
won but didn L The Raiders scored on After the Raidera punted on fourth Keystone opened the second half by

a 47 yard pass late in the third quarter and 21: from their own 4/. the Indians manhandling Crescent City on the
and a successful kick for the PAT was ,. blocked by Walt Boney to give further and the Raiders exchanged punts, asneither line of scrimmage and driving from

good for the martin of victory. It was It i '\" ..,.. ,... evidence of a very aroused Keystone: team could mount a drive. Its 14 to the Raider 33 before a fourth
the only pass completion of the night : "''' team out to prove that ita record: oftwo The Indian picked up one first down pass completion and lateral.was

for the visitors who finished the Daniel I Hughes. Kenny Jennings and San Sibley spearheaded a defensive ef- wins In nine games was down on their next possession but fumbled. .
season with a $>! record. fort that aU tat nave Keystone's Indians another apse( win. ever Crescent City. mislead-! another fumble after pass completion The drive consumed nearly liveJennings
Keystone scored its TO with 3:11: But. with good field position: at the gave Crecccnt a the ball at its minutes and the Indians offense ran

left in the pme on a David Hurter Crescent! City 39.three plays could net 46. 10 plays. Tailback Kenny
quarterback sneak from one yard out only four yards and Homer's fourth Keystone's David McCormick In- ran for 32 of those yards on five tear-

to make it 7... However, the kick for As of Saturday evening Valentino Grady Bostick offensive perfor- down pass to Gregg Sapp fell incomplete. tercepted Whitakers pass on third ri
the PAT was not good and the Raiders said he had not seen the game film yet mances. "The did an down and 21 from the:39 with only 1:14 Crescent Qty picked up one first
offense maintained possession for the but said the Indian's entire defense outstanding job: (Steve) Rio (Mark) Crescent City's next possession was down before punting to the Keystone

final three minutes of the game to played an outstanding game. He Abies. (Daniel) Hughes (Scott) short-lived., however as the Indian's I$. On third down and 16 fromJhenine.
hand Keystone its eighth set back in singled out Kenny Jennings. Daniel Adams (George) Payne' and defense forced another punt after ono Humor's pass was intercepted
10 games. Hughes Sam Sibley, Mike Grazlano. freshman Ricky: ) Thomas for the Injured three plays.Starting BBS Romps on the 37. At first it looked. though

"It was a disappointing way to closeout Grady Bostick. Jim Gruenwald, Billy Carey receivedopopming at Us own.211 keystone advanced the Raiders would not be able to take

the year in terms of losing" com- Coursey and limited Crescent City nine yard before fumbling from advantage of the good field position
mented Indian Coach Pete Valentino. The defense the Raiders to kickoff and soon found itself In trou for the first of three times during the 33-12. page after penalty'moved the ball bad 10

..Howeveranytime :you play your only 78 yards rushing for the night ble. Starting at its 13, defensive first half to give the Raiders good yards.' But on first and 20 at the.,47.
heart out the way our team did and allowed only one first down during lineman Daniel Hughes throttled the field position at the Keystone SB. the Raider's Alonzo Walker got
tonight there is no reason to hang the second half up until the final Raiders running back Wilson Miles Two plays gained nine yards to set From the very beginning things behind a Keystone defender :and
down your head. They (the team) three minutes when Crescent City for no gain. And. another run pushed and one at the 29. Raider run went Bradford's way in the second gathered In Whitaker's first and only
were really disappointed but they managed two (one of those was on a the ball back one yard behind the line sing back Wilson Miles made a fine half. pass completion inside the 10 yard

knew they had played well enough to penalty against Keystone). of scrimmage as the Keystone nm to about the five yard line but Clark thanked his kickoff but the line and scored the touchdown'.un
win."Valentino had led his charges to "OffensiYel,." Valentino said. "We defense quickly proved that the game defensive back Grady Bostick: made wobbly boot turned Into an unplanned touched. Johnnie Lewis' kick for the

victory over the Raiders two years in didn't take advantage of the situations wouldn't he a pushover. Jarring tackle to force the ban loose. onsldes kick with senior Martin PAT was good and the Raider's Ied7-0

a row last year against CC team in the first hall. We had three A clipping penalty on the next play Billy Couney recovered for Keystone Hersey alertly scooping up the ball at with 2:41: left In the 3rd quarter. -
that finished and among the final fumbles lost in the first half.-' and a draw for a 10-yard gain made it Inside the one to turn the Raiders the Bulldog 41. The officials Crescent City's kickoff after the

four playoff teams in the state's class Valentino mentioned running backs fourth down and one at the Raider 22. away.A '. deliberated ever the strange play touchdown: went out of bounds at:,the

AA ranks. Steve C'< balL move the ball for an amazing 16
Hamilton went back to work smoking didn't score.
..... consecutive: plays..but
around the left corner for 29: yardson Over six minutes were consumed but

third and 13. and then tossing a the drive came to a halt at the Raider

halfback pass to Jonathon Johnsonfor five yard line. On fourth down attempt
seven stripes to the 17. On third goal Gregg Prichard's field coal.
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE and inches Goodge snuck for the first was blocked with 8:02 showing

down and repeated they on first in the final quarter.
and goal from the score Crescent City gained possession
dark's conversion was true for a 13-4 its 14 after the blocked field goal and

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S margin with 7:04 showing. In three plays was facing a fourth
Live Oak's Riley a diminutive 145 down and IS from the nine.

pounder sprinted up the middle 32 Keystone's touchdown was set up

yards on the kicklinebacker Damao- when the Raider's punt was blockedto
at the BUS give the Indians a first down at the
GAINESVILLE ny Hildebran then snatched: the first 18. In six plays the Indians scored

of three straight interceptions from with Hurner covering the final yard

Wooley. on a sneak. The attempt to tie ] te
Seven plays and three minutes after score with a kick for the PAT ;
CLASSIFIED SECTION the pickoff BHS was in front 2O4 as wide and low. i

Coodge optioned off the left side for a The remaining 3:11: of the game was
wide open 11 yard TD run. Along the consumed when the Raider's accumulated -
way senior back John Bennett had two first downs after tAe

banged inside twice for 20 yards and kickoff to preserve the win-their

", ": Hamilton plugged for 18 on four totes. first in three years over the Indian .
On Live Oak's next possession r
Wooley was intercepted on first down. -I< f*

The Sun's Classified 1 dievery Tornado Strickland batted cornerback the pass into Dwayne the air '

J Shop s and Scott: Allen a backup safety )

made the Interception: returning the :
ball to the Tornado 44. ,

for shopping values' Hamilton churned for 16 and 17 The ductntbury roles in
1Iq day great yards on veer runs but gave the ball boxing arc named for

back to Live Oak on the John the 9th Marquess of -
losing. the ball as be was dragged Queensbury. a 19th century I

down from the side at live Oak's 10. British boxing adminiitrstor.i! |

Hildebran got the ball back for*yM".SI -_.....wc... ...,awlx .... '
Bradford with secondtnelt.tllp
J, '::. ;;1<1 .r ., 'Re. IDa in front of Allen at the LO 12 to
.- make the Interception and carryingthe

MAHtSTVLISTMCCOCDBu ball into the endzone. A clip at the
11 S.v AOMINISTIIATIV...... .*ltn. *.tM ASSISTANT. iLjuiil- EMf tuia Row>v-UM**. YN.7..rNl calla"AR01y ov aIM one yard tine wiped the score'out, .F..IeT.aem
fci ow l**.o to cftoch tftf Or"LA..CiG.NURSES us,M.L_ 3f511SLWIIAN. *
: moving BHS back the 18.
l ooo. C tl
Mrs. Fannie T. demons
3I.,.,,,. SI1.IIIM .. STAFF NUMiC. LPN OR fiN. aSWIM 81,
HI snot. .. .to.CanMMcoM BUS wasted Its chance asHamilton's
SOTVtCO CflMTW Swrrf START J1Z441fNSHUflPBfllR lived in Miami died there Thursday
_00.1'... ._......._.1OCo CoiiMr Pl co halfback pass glance high Nov. 1, 1979. elf
CABllTMAIR( 3SWW AV..A11rM.Fle, "pOL .NS/CUTTSC off the hands of tight end Eric Carroll Born in Georgia on Jan 27 1898:

PullvAmMv .50S MO N"':W'">7m:; MMI:'....1n1Ir.s y.1/1 UakelsaV3H7tl S NNKS. and Into the arms of 'Dog defender Mrs. demons had lived In Miamisince

WILLIAM C...INET iMOPw.,01m.n.. -' Craig Carter. 1918. Her husband was the Jate
CAME.A SALE'PIE.SON :::::. ., L3.571. : =N Y1np1= :::: NNN[ Junior Frank Swindell and Chuck: Everette demons. Mrs. demonswas
1N/ICN/one MME INM IN HOUSCKEEPCH.' : -PICUO dole;;: w MNNM _bI p Williams one of six players up from
P1111 INM .. Lf NI.I K11a./. Do ._ a Baptist.
/11m.a.1..OaSM. Aral .c.. _.... ...... sal. IaNS. n.c_-u.ry. with to force .*
M.IPlItI HH tr_. Auto r au .ECE IVA.I.BSCCttCTAIIV. .pNV OaS..IH MN1.oMN1.n S rNwaK .TltS71r'1 two
CHCOMont hOrS .-. _. 3411 w- -M. ..._N_.C.$ 1X1IIIBABYSfTTER LO to punt giving the Tornadoes the
...,... W.IN.v.rW' Pty'.. J to II 11I daughters. Georgianne McLaughlin
... 'W"NTED
... t. ._. ... :# ( boot.
after 20
mu. ball
at the 30 Just a yard
0 .. .Missd.. _..... Good COPYCOKfANOWBTiw. N A.W.abSI1 V In..-C.15 CII11Sr: of Houston,Texas and Mary demons
I.ls. M .t9.CMI far aria mo. oM. ManFrl.hr E Hamilton immediately broke veer
.IMfZ3IC /NA sw Mti AW.IWCUBMOeif of Miami two Henry C.
(eawl O y/VOOay/V-EI aon*-- ,..:.:.. wtO.Fmn. Cell> Mat)>.{ >. /_. ""'O'-C.n-.T' ,; run for 17 yards: and on third and four Clemons of;Hialeah sons., and Theodore R.
Goodge opUoned the right side for his
demons Suffolk,Vs.: three sisters.
third straight TD.a 10 yarder.dark's 11 grandchildren and nine grtat-
kick pushed the count to 27-6 with 8:22
( 74 VW OASHCK.mtft Uw -_. t NODGWNPAY<<) ) irM to play. grandchildren. Jf)
.. Graveside funeral
FM >i>r-o cc Lrlst$ BOICK SKVLAKK.W73 ..FO.MA. services were
4 door.fully onmoport.tlOOO.Cxi .. After Live Oak again went nowhereand
Mr.OOMMO. trr-ttn. c..i. S..NrgO. .,
-v .UP.EIIic--' --- SOS 04: punted the BHS reserve squad LaCrosse
FM1a1C/N near with Rev.
"' Inrn.cV1.N L Ec0/en1. Ile nH NW.SN st. -.... including: the Junior got OUve
there LeRoy officiating. C.
C4l OXK. mno.- votaur...4H tntmt-f..or I/UPS L105*. E-1/-***-?=:o"tn_ '72 CAD'LLAC miS L.Oed c ww anA'I.1'oem. n./;: Its chance.: Starting at Oak 47 Jones Funeral Home of Starke was in
.'FLVMOUTHw.iIS" :.:::. .11. N" 'a" the backup crew looked impressive of the services. "3
Uont:-=: bott offor. RNuI/II O-' M.nth. Good.i"I C.l.na/Iowa. AM. .- C.N MNer Rua.7)13A. at Itsolder ccunterparts-stunning the charge

,,y f p11 NS2YA57M.1 1911 POffiAC/ AlAiN .-f/ra1. Call!In"Ty X.TKANSAM F f6RD( ) awl) lOON) Bulldogs with a four play touchdown:
IM1lMM.L13U _. ._. It7yri.a rtia. I Sun OoSA= / low IrII.e.SS.IM. assault.Freshman running back Emmett 1
,KNMnl Calf AN we. roof $IH iifnil. crooonk roTAm. CNINFP4.at.0II.15100 Mrs.Peggy Rhoden.: |
4l 3I4 .lM AML. IS... DUSTS S.fO ;,. = I _.... ....r=. Y SIuA.n1.MFG maw 'ill CAMAfO SS Watkins smacked inside: for 10 Mrs. Peggy Rhoden age34ut of
N ..L7 /U I. h1O l.0wN55 .. r..r. ..,. TOVOTA CELICA. V< .reo. Tuesday
S.ObI "WI. S Ia..A. dr. AMM1O ,.._
MNh.Lt..0w.. end bh mr* SI3 oos4 on oM. $176. CNI iris S curr >e0501/.r. 7. the kicker-a 35 yard scoring bolt by
Rows NIIbM. OS1/er C.11 PVNM)"!7q slier S...... p m..n-..".3N7A,04. following a sudden attack.r
102:477I. soph Randy Parado. Parado cut: Born in Jacksonville: '

through gaping hole carved by line Mrs..Rhoden had lived in Starketind

that_Included fellow JVs Randy Hampton for the past 28 years, Bnd
Luke, Charles. Brown Chris McSpao- was a member of the Hampton Baptist .
den and William Shannon, and was Church. Her parents were the late

CBDA a... t ...... .r..t FHA-V" gone. The kick was no good but with Eugene Davis and Margaret
r_ ___. ..,_ _0LOWDOwN PAYMENT 4:38 left the Tornadoes led 33-e and Williams.
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WAO mr1..S. ".1. waeow * ._.... $311lo.. ..,_.. _,_.__CaM 371-Aq with sideline praise-ahouta that ,
_._. NN SW Ml AV C.M IN R.01'V .EALTOA Walter Rhoden two daughters.
ASSUMPTION I4_ 1f1-15tl. ...__..1.._ -_. NO CLOtlMO COST stayed in the air.freezing into mist. Margaret Diane and Cynthia Rhoden. I,

:.."."fS/Y C SR." ,,:.MIN. eM. .=:: .1OU b511.o i .M..j Mm.a.a M. 4I :; fN5by MS.ON/.VIM.,..r1. C.S :.=I..Ie::: Live Oak added ita final score both of Hampton; three sons, Wayne
C..37SNSL 01..'" rea1.o01w. S4OS/m.. NCS..V_ 4751051. thanks to another big kick return by Bill and Mark Rhoden. all of Ham? .,
_. .. 0Ir15MISA ..M. __ ._ OWN..If lMAMCINOVINO
AF"O.D.o. who busted a seam at
.ANTS'S' Riley: through
__ n01S.1._. Fn .371-15ILv.0. 31r DOWN ton; one brother Oliver AspinwaU
/.51.001.A.N.O.M W. FOUR MILES NOftTH NOGUAL''' the 39 and zipped! 87 yards to the Tornado Warner Bobbins, !da. $
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,rd..1L.00. 3M1.h7. M 0V44KHCAITOOS..]7)1R1. OwM ax.. BitS up Rev. Thomas P. Poston olaci tJnc.. :::
AIARTMEMT POPENTV M R: K ttc.' .. UNOe 1M. 0 CASH TALKS _w..LIIr NW, NMLMh4 with Scott Allen keeping for 12 yards Burial was in Hope Cemetery s 1G
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city players and also cited the older Raiford.died Wednesday the Bradford -

players-the seniors playing their County Hospital fauowinjg \long ,
final games In Tornado uniforms. He illness.

said the four senior linemen across Born in, Delaware, Feb. 12. 927. .

A..V1cS-...;...,-- UAA .........$70.OS 1....0055 the front tine-Allen Scott.Jay Griffin Mrs. Heller had lived in the SUrke '
i 15105.I.11pr.C/I51. antS,1.0111_ M'15. _pe..n4U' /IIrM115 1S_.ca045M0511V.). Johnny Bell and Hunter Rauboffer- and Raiford area for the lasutwo
_. all dosed out their careers with good 2
jiN TlQOg Wlglcg. l.l4riorm dl F.--.,. 1JS. ?. >* ,. _.Sc015CIol1.I.- ...... AMnWns w.MO.ACN11.43 j efforts as did R.mllWn a Jim Be include: her husband,
41so 5e7)QN. Fi i NI 7 rel nett at.the running posts be said. George A. Heller two daughters ,k
CURTIS MiATMIS Color TV. Ci M. .. iwir[ .N.C.Ma N .an.. r..Cvv.n. and Ronald "
Hildebran. Scott Barbara Murch St.
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TvovorOor.-.. ORVS CMo> of orooor ,on.r_. P550501 05.4 Sod MIN we.AM New Glenda
101. SOS Honon 5N taMO CM. I 540. All__t__5701M1 ....wow orS.n L10._$1 Secondary Coach Mike Hartley also .. Gary Heller both of
O11.S5C..0..t.. or*. -->.. ftlCALEn.MATICJ ....c..X17 Mwotf Saor Mcyclo x% or- entire group.! Raiford four sinters Mrs. Anna Bell
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I T<>DoV MAC Monl M... 'IS. CotoiMoi rod roclior tfsi .w1n0 ,- H..SM they did a real One Job,. Hartley said. of dnnaminson. N.J.. Mrs. Martha
I USED A Ajrv ..ig rr y-j. T'1F _S5YIe..IS'N.Li coi-i* $1. .aril M OOO00.naMA.17)iNll, 37)1311.Fr "wVra going to miss Richard Smith Sviben.. Camden N.J.; one brother
: .,/ 3aiHN1ofr.1MR4 c.ot *nd Barry 'Thomas (the only seniors Michael Mende. Jr.. Camden. NJ.
among the defensive backfield and six grandchildren.Fuaeral '

j Need more information? ( group). they, both came ,around, services were held Friday.
,4, imtimiiue towards the end ., the year and Nov. 16, from the graveside at 3:00Cemetery

E t Interested in: placing a classified? pUyed their best football but we'll pjn. in the Crosby Lake
: have six or seven good people back with the Rev. Leroy Olive officiating.

Call 1-372-1222 next year. HopefaEbr we can start off DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ..
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''T'' Newbe y :Pajtihora H Doom UCB: ;$, ,.O Year, ,

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The Union High footbafers 4ded. a .N tor ttte..... ete.wawwutsowaaaarl "f, ':". .D back to the 41 yard KM with tt 1"M 'I97M
dismal season with 46-0..>M to host* I/ti down.
Newberry last leaving "WekMwMMybMlalot. of potential ..r.aw. "7t": '."'; I ,' ad ,r{' c.
Unable {
.. to make first down
the Tigers 0-10 for Yyaar. and a lot of real e Ooad players on UM t1 a tha l ,,,
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team before we went over there" were forced to turn the b.l ,
-,', Surprisingly there wr trace of said Head Union Football Coach Jimmy .a./N IWfw4wurowtown Mflert. / .It dlaappointtnentevatforthePanthenafter With a first down.
Thomas of be Newberry ,
the game. They' ended the powerhouse. .;.,.. ataMaattl + i'i' Newberry quickly moved down to iitt
", season with a Uttering M mark but lM/tl.. the ll yard line then scored on a U w
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r. -Wllliston preserved Us District "We played- a lot better and I was n....rt_pteve 1__eMaM...... t'Re.altiN yard t pass completion: from Wright to
4-class: AA championship and S wan- better pleased with the performance M.-HMM4 U.* M tort KM,*!--w. Nattiel. The extra point kick was no 1 ,i,;, .nr11i
nee Conference title with a same- of the players in the second half of the H..lumtllt....IMM**m......(_! _w... !food leaving Newberry in front 270iwith ,i a I
.. night 14-13. squeaker over Chlefland- fame. We concentrated on holding R,OM. -.4 IwrM. w t.1' wM tMMPsre 1:12 to play In the second period. i ,
; earning a berth in the state playoffs.Newberry the bad and moving it," Thomas add _n r<.m.(ar IrArA. That[ touchdown ended the scoring for { ,,
,': ed. M..ta,ta>It...IMMMpMH. MM(M* .- and WUliston tied for the The next Newberry touchdown
lead in the district but WUliston beat came after Union fumble
The Panthers; scored against the rolled Into
Newberry earlier in the year, giving Tigers on their first possession of the the endsone behind the Tigers Pan M
:, them the winning advantage.Now ball after driving from the Newberry Mike Nattiel. The extra point kick attempt ther Dewayne Davis fell on the ball .

Willlston plays Bolles in 37 to the Lake Butler 27 yard line. was good and Newberry went for the Newberry touchdown. The ex ..I 1, rl "
Jacksonville Friday night Nov. 29. Afterthe hall to the 27 yard In front 7-0 with 7:11 !left la the lint tra point kick was good, pushing i p j li '' a ,
line, Newberry scared on a period.Newberry. Newberry in front 344 with 0:16: left ta I?
The km for Union put the Tigers at touchdown pan from Mark Wright to got set up In scoring posi J UM third period.
.. after! on the Lake Butler 17 ya f line It was late in the game when
a high snap on a Union punt attempt Newberry scored again this time on a
72 yard rim The extra point kick: was
The Panthers scored on an 11 yard no good, leaving the Panthers with a
xr blast around the right end by junior 404 lead with 1:45: left in the .
game. Jin ray Muryby gets across tile goal.UM on a quarterback keeper for the Union j
1 i tailback Keith Ross who sailed Lake Butler had the ball with Just County Mighty Miles In their 24 decision. ever Bradford's Co.boyi.
II through+ the Tigers far 174 JardsfUIhing seconds left In the game when Panther
on the night The extra point Larry Taylor snagged a Lake t.
,;, kick lilted Newberry to a 144 advantage Butler pass and ran it into the end- I
with 11:21 left In the second sore for the last touchdown of thepme. Warner Football
period. The extra point attempt was Pop Roundup I

,:r ,,; no-good leaving the score at the 464 '.
Union had the ball for one sries, mark. ,
>'> then faced a punting situation that That wasn't all the action though The Pop Warner Football season q'' w f +r ;
VSm gave Newberry: the ball at the LakeButler aa large team-brawl capped off the ended for the area teams Saturday,
48 yard line. night at game's end. Almost all November W. The Union Mighty Mite '
The Pinter drove down to the 21 members from both teams were out Bengals closed out their season with a f *
yard line with a running attack, then on the field going to it before coaches ..convincing 26-0 rout of the BradfordCowboys
finished up UM drive with another and police stepped Into to sepera the to finish their season at
connection from Wright to NattW and squads. .1..14.the best record by an area team. (
k an extra point kick to push ahead 214. "Sophomore Tony Honour did a The Bradford Jr. Pee Wee Cowboys
Lake Butler got the kick at the 37 good Job helping us on the running finished their season at V3 with a win '
support.commented Coach Thomas two weeks ago. The Bradford Jr. j''I'
? yard line after a IS yard return by
Tony Honour. In his limited{ pr..... "We did what Midget Cowboys finished their season
A slow moving drive by the Tigers ..'ve been doing all year. Playing with a 25-8: win ever the Union ,Asti.r .
put the ball down to the 33 yard line of good at times and moving the ball. Bengals to up their final. record to
Newberry then a 'fumble, quicklyrecovered then messing up and having( turnovers x-9.1. 1''
Unto High defender Terry McOawelU Masker 44, trips mp Newfcerry mining ,, by UM Tigers, moved the part of the time. In Pee Wee action the Union y4 ;; sNt
back Keith Ro... Bengals finished their season M with
: ROM sisiled/ the Tiger defense for IT4 yards In the Panther wta.THOKAS a 204 win over the Bradford Cowboys. ," ,
The loss drop the Cowboys final
record to. Keystone Pee Wee

UC Classic IIS Saturday 'Stealer shutout Middleburg 134 to b,, ,
finish their season a-3. ,
,,' I' IW The second annual Union County Union Pee Wee's tackle squad from Two Bradford teams the Jr. Pee r d
; 4 'f' '" Pop Warner football Classic will be Savannah at 9:90: p.m., and the Union Wee'a and the Jr Midgets travel to
k ":J at the Co. Bantam team closes out the full Titusville Saturday Nov. 24, to play
i ,". 7'k!<"''''; Ton High SchoolNt1eM In Lake day of football against the Live Oak In the Lunar Bowl. !The Jr, Pee Wee's
Butler is set. Seminoles at 7:30 p.m. will take on the Smokehouse Barbe- .
IMC. : Seven games will be played Saturday Admission Is $2 for adults and f 1 for que Lions of Titusville (4-1-1)(. ). while
METALS, ''I :. with the Union County Jr. Pee children with proceeds being used to the Jr. Midgets battle another
Wee's kicking things off against the help defray costs of team trophies, Individual Titusville area team. .,fd
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Titusville Steelers at 1:30: a.m. ribbons and utilization of'' The Union County teams will play
Drainagei Following the opener the Lake City lights at the stadium Players In the Union County Classic Saturday
-, i Boy's Club Jets will take on UM Bel- cheerleaders and coaches do not pay. Nov. 24 (see related story). Pedal to the Metal...

Specializing In Mitered End Sections( And Elbows Med Broncos of Orange Park at 11 Union High stadium Is located Greg Edwards flashed IS yard ,
a.m., the Union Bengal Mighty Mites behind Lake Butler Middle School on Mighty Mite with this punt return for the Union
will meet Middleburg at 12:90: p.m. the south side of Highway 121-about tat____carat Bengal Jr. Pee Wee's against Green .
the Union Jr. Midgets face the Savan two miles south of the intersection: of UNION J* MAOfOKOnMltHMHUng 1 Cove Springs Saturday.Jr. .
Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Savei
nah. Ga. Patriots at 2 pan.tM Green Highway 121 and S rIOG.

I Cove Mighty. Mites take on another Wl7OC
.. Savannah Patriot, club at 4 p.m., the A Spring* 4-0-1
Free Delivery:: 'r .. 1 i. ;, Starke nee. ....... >-. s.w Midget
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If the hem of Basketball UNION 4laMMOKMIO SIADFORD 3* ,,' UNION *

Lake Butler Fla 496-2013 "Veracity morality." .Huxley Registration for the Starke Recreation aD.MIoWI.... ........... MI4..1.. ..,. 37 KIVSTONI, 7

.. .. ..... ? r.. leagues Department's for 1-11yeIII'youth olds basketball is underway '174OPCofei n.... : ,.,"'r wa" .tOranphrk ,.,
s'a.0.4.Jr. "
.. + continuing until November 90.
there will be three leagues divided I-.J
y M forte and all MAOTOSO *-2lttmi
year olds "12. 13-16 '
of Pee Wee ..+or aao.4tnd
free charge. Players can register '
ves either at the Old Armory from ':30 .laM woks sand .. 34-3
..m.-d:90 p.m. or at the Pratt St. '
each OP .. -. 32 KIYSTONI KIYSTONI 0-S-O
center from >3-5 p.m. weekday.

/ 1 Players also must.attend one of the "............ 'WtT4AIU4
following clinics: 68 Nov 21, or 1*. .
a-12-Nov.I 29. or Dec. ., Il-lI-NOV'. OP. i.k.ns 1 e4 . .. .
/ 0 1 30 or another date to be announced. 7t4MAOPOIIO
Starke Wrestlers
Games start December 5 at the OldI1DOI'J x94OC9
w .Ags 1+, Place In
Of'.... 341MM4MMf
2-4-3 Two wrestlers from the Starke
sra UNION 2.... Wrestling Qub; placed in the Pirates
1f "'f '! y' KIYSTONI 044 Brawl wrestling! tournament at St.
>" Pete Boca Clega High School this past
FLORIDA' weekend.

PeeWee Allen Scott a senior at BUS. won

-. THEATIE l..t w.../a.rMt the .unlimited division title !in the ,
UNION 30 BRADFOIOKIYSTONI 1 senior class (high school Juniors and
899 t3 MI 4Uburfl 1NaalltsiNga seniors) while Richard Flynn captured .
Stark* 9S4-5451 a third place medallion In the
8t 4 us 1. W-t-T 148% pound Junior division
..., vats Lt1s.d 714' (sophomores and below w wined
Fri., Sat. Sun.q't UNION S4KIYSTONI Other club members In
PL 320 ITftlW8lft 1NSO HAHD lAW IIIKN1P1 S34MAOfOKD good performances club
NrcWttdriWlM CrttrfllN cart rNn A 11IIII""" IIIIIIe... ..... OrP'" 14.0 and BUS wrestling coachRaude Harris
POWER TAPE faatw.. w.l ItwM a.nrttra. er.wN ".... IittM IIIIIIy two ItwM r t t tttzttc J' 4U4SHMrn were: Larry Saucer Danny .'P
..elfrla.. "alw 10 wed 4 4111area Miw MtNtw. aN artw 1 M '
.. ....... ........ ....... ..... .... _.. Tat tete'ltrarMwrt MpaMwl. + ./a4t. Trre ata/es/ 14.1SM Nugent Skip Wheeler, Billy Green )x'
wwiwtyyt'.aa _.--lit_____ ditttte. ants Ittttr .NItIMA, TN. wwtalatt J OC........ and Tommy Powell., ,.
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GRAPES Lb. ,69 c Smoked 89 c Srt'qe;: $159 ;;

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TANGERINES.59c LEG OR BREAST U.S. Choice Beef ,,\' -

Fryers nno ...IG3. $199 a And Fries For lunch? We Invite You To Try GarDeli :. ?;.

Quarters........ .ID........ .tow Beef. Lb For The Finest Hot Lunch In Town, At A Hamburger And .' >:

French Fry Price e' ..

Pries Good Nov. 23-28. 1979 Serving A Minimum Of 6 This Coupon Good For
Reerved Meat Entrees And 7 Vegetables. _
Quantity Rights CC Off ,
None Sold To Dealer Quick Checkout During 4|y Any Hot Lunch :
Lunch Hours)
(Between 11 A.M. And 3:00: P.M.)

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,, Keystone Nr .a IBdls FOR SALE FOR SALEHtAMFOUNt

FOR RENT Trencher: corn- FOR SALSi Two acre. on
patter, cement miner, SR-100/ near Keystone SKI BOAfi 16 ft. fiberglass., New round
79 bot. 74 *S HP Cole. l $919.99
pressure washer, lawnmower ".Ighh.$300 down.$61.80per Mercury IM 499.f4.
., tillers, other month. Phone 473-4058 .n.IM. goer.tIH. .,.".,,. "ia 'IM pM.' ". cola

garden, auto end construction or 473-4367 after 6 SI.900. Call 964-5764 day S344.9S. Phone" 1-778-3227
tool. KEYSTONE REN. 3/29.12171 p.m. or 431-1640 rftor':00 p.m. ..... TFchg'
I IcaeI"
TALS. Hwy. 21 North. WORK WANTEDl Haws TFpd TWO ITEMS GE stave with

.473-2999. TFch ,repair, roof repair' barns CHAIN LINK PENCE ""- oven In .*
19/3 DODGE material Do It yourselfand .
cellent condition S329.WHIRLPOOL
PICKUPt 3'on.. 318 built painting room add fOUND Sol. ,.m.. malo 'WHOLESALE AUCTION WANTED HELP CARS aTRUCKS *av.. Installationavailable ;

engine, manual', new B ply tins, screen porche*, etc. puppy. Lob/greyhound' Every Thursday 7 p.m. Fro estimates.HandyM.n REFRIGERATOR aelf.! :
tire, $ ,000. See at Hlrv no |ob too small, Mike' block, with collar no tog. ToolGrocerlNovltl. .*- GOOD PRICES PAID focused WANTED Pane Co. I
'. small repair, Lake Geneva .- mobile homes If defrosting" with kemaker.IS.
son Garage or phone area T ToyElectronlcDI mortgageIs .
473-4032: after 6 473.3777.doy, or 473-2803- 473-2H. 2315 SI. 3/4 mare OLIN'S 64-8999. TFchg .) cu. ,... $350. Phone" ,
p m.TFod. tfnchg 10/11 Mexican Good paid or 1 lOOKKEEPIRi EKperlenced. 1978 FORD F-100 short BAHIA HAYS Argentina, .
KEYSTONE OAKSi Close to after S p.m. tfnchg 8/23 DIADLINI for classified Hawthorn Rd.. MOBILE HOME SALES typing mature. Phone wheelbase. Good condi highly /fortllliod. Phone 964.SUO. 11IS2tpoll22PIIEW000I '

Keystone HI*., on SR 100. SEWING MACHINI advertising In the Monitor Oolnovlll. BUI Perry 944-9606. Open > day.w..ly. 964.7699 for appointment. tion. AMfM'rock ....-607.. TFchg.BRICABRAC cord. Phone" S39,.....210 for aftorSp.m. half
High and dry wooded 1/2 "DUE TO DIVORCE" TFchg
I I.Tuesday at noon prior to Aucllonoor. 4lpd IlChg 11/22 stereo. For Information SHOPl lestopining
acre lots with lake view, Singer Futura. On. ofSing. the Thursday low th* ad 11/22-12/13 WANTIOi Mobile home a I II. SUPPLEMENT YOUR RETIREMENT phone 964-6064. 1111$ 21 North ofKeystone 11/19 4tchg 12/6
S3,290. Owner salesmen ,' I.. and lire*. Will pick Hwy GUITAR Modal 1613, 1977 ;
finest Doe all ,It to opp ar. Chang In' WHOIIIALI AUCTION. up. or present I income 2tpd 11/22 Ht*. Ceramics, J
473-7060 or eves .75-"10. stitches: buttonholes,blind classifieds should alto be OLiN'S MOBILE HOME by becoming an 'Independent OWNER MUST SEUl 1976 Classic electric acoustic
7 plaques, doll, Indian d
l1/222tpdll/29 Every Monday p.m. Hwy SAlES 196/-5606. Open 7 ovation with hard case
hem carrier for the
monogram. etc. mode prior to th* noon CHEVY LUV Pickup red
,. 17 north at city limit.. week TFchg Jewelry, other (tern*.. 75 firm.
GARAGE SALE Quality fu Sold new S589.50.80Ianc. deadline. day. a Gainesville Sun. Must b* with topper, 4 cylinder Mint condition. $'
nlture, toy, appliances, Polotko. Public Auction CASH POI COINS Cold over 18 and bondable Phone 473-7042. 7/26 See at Mac'Musk Shop or
$"". or $13 monthly. Will FOR (All. Quality StorcraH age 38.000 mile AT, AC. excellent
miscelloneou Itons. FrIday take older machine every Friday 7 p.m. and I liver" sterling, dental and have dependable condition. $3200 TFchg toll Delano Thomas" alter 9
9-12 Nov. 23. partial pop-up camper Sloop 1.2 Sunday 7 p.m.Evoryone gold. Of scrap |ewelry, optical and 1 leave
noon ovary transportation. Phone 933-2210
Forr.. firm' Can b*seen anytime p.m.
poym.nt. table.. ttovo lnk, Bohla Alicia
J Bull- comtlnuolly
Woodland Dr., welcome. frame, etc. R.
Keystone 4tpd 9648170.' 11/22 end
2tchg Might
homo trial and dellv.rycall ti.ot.r. aero street from post office for field pare* phono
refrigerator 9644390 after 5:30 cutting orbam
Ht..73-3362. 11/22 11/22-12/13 Ington
Itchg 11/29 In Brooker. Phone trad. Will finance If good
credit/ collect
manager carpeted.12.400. Keystone soles. From 79 <
49-1299. credit. Wont to buy 0.35
904 376-4467. ttn 10/18 Holght 473-2910. Hnehg mi PUPPIES to good homo. OR TYPING bale up. according to
Height: MANU. CO. INC. old 1977 TOYOTA S' '. Sport Martin. 1l/193lchg 11/29
UPHOLSTERY Reasonable Half Malamute, adorable In ham Reasonable laFolletto.
Beautifully wooded lot. POIIALI. Six beagle puppies my Keystone Airport Road AC: AM. quality Larry
on Coup FM tap 1/S tarn
FIREWOOD! pickup
.. 473-2032. 4tpd and fluffy. Six woks eld. rate. Phone '....641.. Stark. 964.6273.
clear sand bottom lake. price AKC registered (first building on left) I I. deck, 5 peed transmission TFchg. cut and split. $... Phono
1119126' 473-4323. Itehg 11/22 eve*. after 6 Mondaythru
Good term or discount for .6-weeks-old $S5. taking applications for experienced one owner. Look 479-474. 11/tTPchg'
CARPENTER WORKS Wed., and Friday; lIMIROCKt 20 yd. semi
4733697. .owl"gop.rotora and
2tpd 3000.
cash. 1 to 9 acres with nice run great. FRtGIOAIRB REFRIGERATOR
tree overlooking lake Remodeling work kitchen 11/19-11/22. CASH FOR GOLD. Starling. 6-6:45 Thursday. 11/1 only. Weekday Phone 964-9717. Itpd 11/22 load only. ALIEN I. S2S. Phono
and trim Jewelry, diamond 'coin. 4tchg 11/22. from 1 to 4 Contact or TAYLOR In good thopo.
from $3,900, $900 cabinet RIDERS NEEDED to go to p.m. 1976 FORD TORINOl AC. PS lawtey. Phone 782-3532. I'/n
carpenter. Reasonable Jacksonville. (2 round trip. dontol' gold. Will visit your see Jeannl' McKinney' PB excellent condition 782-3172. TFchg Itpd
down.$50 month. Commercial GARAGE SALE 602 Alton
lot. SR-21 North price.Call Ed Dempsey at Coll 473-2438 and ok fortlalno. horn anywhere. Mr. Rltt-' Itchg 11/22 $2,000. ALSO air conditioner Rd. and .
on Friday Saturday.Itpd
473-2477. 11/I 11/22-2 man. 475-1069.2/1) tfnchg. llsOI RENT $50. window unit
available, Owner- tfnchg ,:-2tchg. M _. ., uL............... good condition 14.000 btu. 3 PIKE BAR SIT and wine 11/22
Salesman. 473-4379. 2/22 FOR RENT Two bedroom n M N Furnlshed PERSONAL Phone 9647769. 11/22 Hand. Both walnut finished IRISH SITTER PUPPIES

tfnchg. house on on. acre lot. Big efficiencies' and 1 1971 CHIVY 4 wheel Itpd drive trimmed In red MaIM, Sift: females. Si.

AMERICAN LEGION BINGO Lake Santa f. canal. $175 Dell By Christmas BR! opts, weekly or mono SERVICES 1/2 ton pickup. Short leatherette. Practicallynew. Phone 72-3392 after 9
Highway 21 north, Satur monthly. 904-479-2233. thly. NEW FURNISHED wheelbase, AC AM/FM B SI90 Phone p.m. ltchgll/22
day7pm, apd Sunday 2 901-486-9816. tfnchg 11/1 4BR 3 BATH 1608 sq. ft. STUDIOS, monthly ply. I MIL'S SAW SHOP Complete track roll bar. excellent 964-9904. 11/19 2tchpI122 GRAIN FID PORK for 'j
Starke.TFchg service cir
2313 N. Temple sharpening
p.m. Public Invited. tfnchg MASONRY WORKl Block condition. $9.900. Phone frees Phone 964.6182.II22 .
cular. hand carbide, ROUND BALES OF HAYS SI 9 .'
10/18 brick, stone. Speciallilng Fantastic Financing.Call 49-1299 after 9 p.m. Itpd 3tchg 12/6
KITCHtNITTISl On. BR chain,mower blade hollow
each. Phone Arthur
WICKER Have a "Home In fireplace, new or Bob HarrisAFFORDABLE 11/22 PLENTY OP GOOD .
AC, and balanced.
pool. TV ground
Wicker Shawl" Great rebuilt. No lob 'too largo or HOMES utilities apartments Included. Totally Leave at Jackson Building 1973 MONTI CARLO Lan. Gokln 782-3140 or MUSTARD GREINSl Mur- I,

Christmas Ideas and _rnfree too small. Call 473-2841.: furnished Weekly, mon. Supply,.Starke or Keystone doss low mileage, AC. AT 782.3497. TFchg ray' Gordon 714 I
884-5533 wire wheel with NORFOLK ISLAND PINISi \
wicker. Call.,3.2..85. n.w Lafayette St.. Stark,
tfnchg 10/29 thly ro.... TEMPLE MOTEL. Ht. TFchgALCOHOLICS
radial' tires. $1,393. 1974PINTO 12" to 19" toll. Make
2tpd 11/19-22 880 N. Temple Ave., ANONV- Phono "".7326. Itchg
WAGON. AC AT, beautiful '
miniature I
.. -- 11/22
E181EIIEI SLlltfm ESSD OmE10-I1E11 S11UI1 RI11 Starke. Phone 904.7337. MOOS
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9/20 TFchfl. Phone 964-9148 or 964-632. 2300 engine.. 895. 1979 Christmas tree or landscape WE BUY AND SILL PECANS \
TS 100 SUZUKI',windshield,
plant S3.10 each.
I Rda MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE TFchg 110 mile It. sell due to daily. Wainwright Pecan
INSURANCE County Durden' Garden Center
HOMI PARK mobile home I REMODELING BUILDING illness, $999. Phone Co.. Stark Formr
and spaces for rent. Phone REPAIRS New kitchen, midway between Storke Market ll/223tchg' 12/6
MAINES INSURANCE AGEN. 1974 PINTO STATION' .....2912. TFchg both, family rooms. Brick 468-2099. Itpd 11/22 end Keystone SR 100. 'Itpd OOZE 'In the "lbUf

CYl 160 S. lake Ave., lake FOR SALE WAOONi Automatic. TWO ROOM IFFIdENCYi 1 block, concrete. Fireplace 11/22 Booklet "A A Thorn
Butler. 4963978. Complete. .''or' Selei 9x9 large out door radio, hooter, air, 73.000 room efficiency and also specialists. GrUlls Con. 1971 Dodge. power Wagon. 6 LAKE HAMPTON OAKS Gooth Up". 91.89 fa II.

Insurance S.rvlc. TFN sign with B flashing lights'. miles, good condition, sleeping room Weekly. or ttruction./ Phone 4732108or cyl.' 4-Speed, AM/FM South of I.orko. US 301. luminator P. O. hoc 992.Oco .
EVERYONE IS INSURABLEi SEWING MACHINE 9 row lettering OWl n good go mileage. .295. monthly. Com to Under 473-2978. TFchg radio short bed. Phone 1.B beautifully' wooded Flo. 32761. 11/22
Immediate' coverage by "DUE TO DIVORCE"Singe stand. $500.' 496-3226'. 431-1114 11/1S TFN.h wood Motel 3H mile THI MOWER CLINIC. Small 702.3570.ltpd 11/22. acre with pond, clearedfor 4tpd 12/13 'I
phone. JOI USHIRA0ENCY496.2126 Futura. One of ll/222tpd11/29. North of Slarke on US 301 engine and all types of building and septic I,
all 1969 FORD LTDi
finest. Doe Need
Singer' co.register. 'lawn mower repaired In-
or Iperry I Reminglem TFchg. tank permit. One acre
ditches:buttonholes,blind .496-32: i k.starter! and carburetor OARAOI AND OFFICE cluding reborlng. Work HOUMi Big porch sole Frl-
496-2903.TFN; $290. '.
HOMESFOR home*)!* with 178 /. onUS and Gift, :
hem, monogram, etc. 11/22 2tpd 11/29. good dependabletransporarlon. SFACIi' for rent. Phone done reasonably Henry 301. One-half acre lot. day Saturday. ;
household Itom. dish**, I'
Sold new $589.50. Balance works. 964-9361 or 964-6113. Browder, 9649760. 6/21, \
treed untried '
$13/menth. Will OOO. Call 964-5240 after 6p.m. tfchg. or your furniture much mar. I ;
or TFchg
HELP 1978 Subaru choice, from S2.7SO.
or "496-2361 ask for Itchg: 11/22
take older machine a* par. THRU BEDROOM unfurnlsh-' BIRCH' IPM. PEST CONTROL .. ,
BRAT((4x4)30MPG4spd.) pay Liberal termsowneraal..man.
Lorry Ifn. MOVING MUST Stilt Same
Contact SERVICES OF FlAi 320 N.
teal poym.nt. For free od house: ? direct from factory \
WANTED more Buy 473-7060
308 S. Temple Av*. Phone antiques: lth Century' :
horn trial and d.llv.ry Freeman Register
of 24,
election ..
Air Camper Top large or eve ,51310.22
carved bedroom ;
Oil 964.5534. Household hand
call credit collect Thompson St.. Register pest
Medical Record transcriber 904-376-4467.manager tfn 10/18 Like New LOST AND Co. 11/IS TFchg and termite. 11/8 TFchg 14. 12 wide. COMMUNITY 2tpd 11/29 suite ((4 polar bed),
13.000 mile.Replacement TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT SEWING MACHINES MOBILE HOMES SALES YARD SALE Frl./Sat. to 3 Sacrifice for ( OO. Vic-
position available. Call DRESSER SIOi Bad $20; $7299.00 FOUND In town furnished or REPAIRED All/ make 301 North. Open 9 to dusk p.m. 2 solos and misc. torlan Bible Tabl. or plant
Union General Hasp. chair, $15; and other furniture NOW-$6099.00TERWlUEQM unfurnished. Good cleaned oiled and ad 1 to 6 Sunday. Phone household items. Out stand Mahogany with
4962323 ext. 39.11/22 I Item. 496-3968. MOTORS neighborhood. S190 justed.. $10. Work 964.8741. TFchg IOOS. to dirt rd. behind Dr. brown marblo top. Three
Tchg.. 11/22 llchg 209 W. MacSlaon St. SMALL DACHSHUND. month. Phone 9645065. guaranteed James 10 x 10 MOBILE HOMEi All Mullin. 1st house on left. log hand carved. S350.
Bterke, Fie, .....7200 Found. Owner Identify' Coll Itchg 1122FURNISHED Strickland corner MorganRd. new 'Insulation and panel" Phone 96/-5944. Itpd 11/22! White 2-drawar nightstand
496-3586 after 5 M/22 .
',1 ht, 'j I Itcha.PERSONAL. p.m. APARTMENT 3 and Hwy 16. TFchg ing. Now wiring and plumbing 11 ACRE FARM with "house almost new S2S.
room and' bath central OFFICR MACHINE REPAIRi two AC Seasonable trailer on land. Ten pecan Phon.96/.6279"Itpd 11/22 I
heat. No chllden or pet. Phone .....6502. Slake' Phono .96/-5576. 11/1 tree Phone .....8077.
Phone ".8021. Itchg pickup and dellvery.lt/19 TFchg... 10/4 TFchg. SEWING MACHINE ?
11/22 4tpd 12/6. FOR SALE BY OWNER 24x69&ftteubtewlde PORK, GRAIN FED Buy "DUE TO DIVORCE" -* +. \
I' ..ri1iITf SERVICES mass 'BEDROOM HOlMBji*' .TAN&IVCXdr.dford: :: mobile home, direct from form. Killed Slno, '' 'u'uro. On. of &t.'."a,

*'$T J9 Sfiinoin, I h. PrMfniH' $ r.iW.q P'On; ''3 2/3 acre with 800 ft. Cut and wrapped. 73 cent Smgel frr't. Does all fl'

, CUSTOM' MAD 964.516Idtchg 11/32 'I. Hal) pump-out. $' 5. Commercial on SR 16 E. $27.900. Phone a lb. dressed weight. stitches-buttonholes, blind

DRAPERIESiPree' REAL NICBt 3 large room*, and Industrial Fully 964-8699. 11/19 TFchg Phone 72-3639. 11/8 4tpd .horn*, monogram, etc.
Local bath and walk in closet. I licensed Phone
estimate IbM MOBILE HOME Two 11/29 Sold now S589.50. Balance
distributors for completely. Will accept tiny baby, no 64-12l.. TFchg
Phone 964-671 S194 or 13month. Will
bedroom 1974 16 ft.SKI BOAT trailer,
washable, nationally pet
take older machine
1122ONI a* panteal
964-6047. Itchg
advertised Gards.tt.Draperies. 11/22 $89 plu. cost Allen/ hp Mercury motor
SAW Enter.pr 'ONE BEDROOM APART Baldwin attorney, 409 1/2 YEAR OLD HOUSE with ropes jackets| ladder In. payment. For frohomo '

:' |..es. Ed or loiro MINTS Nicely furnished 5t. John Ave.. Palarka, 3 BR. 2 both, decks, cluded. $2.100. ALSO 15 trial and delivery J
Stephen. 496-2219.: 3/1 gas, light and water fur. Fla. Phone 329-7949. 1/19 energy savers, 9.2 acre. sheet 1/2" blue board call credit monger collect i
TFN. nished. Private entrance 4tpd 126BABYSITTING Pond, pasture electric ....75 per heel. Phone 9Q.t.376..61. Hn 10/18
SEPTIC TANK AND CREASE and yard.' Inquire of 603 E.Wa.hlngtOf In my home: fence. Phone 964-9741.. 964B897.il192tpdll22WATSON'S '

: ; TRAP cleanout Trailerroof \ Ave. Starke. Monday' thru Friday. Prefer 11/224tpd 12/13 HOUSE OP ......,........,, IiA
and metal roof cool TFchg to Infant Phone 9646674or VACUUMS. brand .'
; sealed. Day or night ser 9648126. 11/22 2tchg' of new vacuums. Used Better Buy lle I
._ vice Reasonable. Joe For. 1129LAWN FOR SALE
machines available. Part
yth, 431-1032. All MOWING Acreageand I wilting for you on Lk I !
business appreciated.3/31 lawn Reasonable. and accessories for all Oenev with .liege magnolia'
1979 TFN MARY KAY Phone 7823991. 11/22 FENCINOt All kinds, hog vacuum system 404 NW tree oak covered deck I I

$ 760 2tchg 1129BABYSITTING wire welded wire. barbwire 10th Ave., Gainesville fkepUce for cool' evening j i
COSMETICSLouisa IN MY HOME wood chain .lInk; phone 376-71'10. TFchg A reel. opportunity for lakefront

C&ri Fiilyaa Starling Monday thru Friday' free estimates, MANNING ownership it a savings I

T PlumbingServica night' weekend Fenced FENCE CO., 473-4822. to you. .....SOO. : I
evening -,473-3002. yard 4 bedroom., plentyof K.y.tone.TFchg VACUUM SALEOVERSTOCKED

ARD Co. Keystone H.lgh" playroom.room Phone separate 964-8107., 39 HP MASSEY FERGUSON ChlapplnlIf1C" B \

Rt 4 Box eon ..... A0 01-84 11/22 2tchg29 diesel good condition 3 \1
Lake City Fie.; 32088 I point hitch PTO with 3 ft. 20% OFF 03 479-1269 'J

LOADED Phone 765-0663 alter 6 p.m: 11/'S Jtpd NEW-USED

LIST II NO Answer I CENTER 5 Genarsjl'Rurfolng 1 Piytng.. Driveways RepairsAnd 11/22 REBUILT KIRBYSHOOVERSEUREKAS ,1 1f.t

Ctt Alter a ".M, 1Kitchen Parking Lot. Roads Eta I CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
I. Paneling MoldingS
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8097 .' CabiQ.t. | can Mcolnny roe. tflflllsh Bulldog Pup,
Before 8A.M.end Alter 6114. ,
"Ray for Chntm 80 )
"' REGISTER 'K' Counter Tope 104-2S -3063 111$4tpdStereos AL YOUNG'S 2" Thru 0'" ,
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Vanltle-'e 3 Ml. N. HWY. SOt :
Fast Rotary
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1979 RANCHERO 1979 BRONCOLoaded FREE' S 11 I, 200 STARKl. fL Drilling Equipment :
*e/ S. Tfeof*** 81.: Phone 782-3068 'STATE 'LICENSED'

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Hat I'.ICII-JOMIS.. *. Pumps
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: 1895 6330. '11.471" sa\e $953 I 4- I CO. ,?,:, I USED TV'SCase Oar Christmas Present To You! .es.e..e..e New Used, 'I':
; Motor Homea Fined .
I Knives- BIE 12" B/W Portable TV

:, j ::,' 1979 f-150 1979 LTD .Gt.. .. ..,.... 1' Coo Caw Pint Dahmer'sInc. With Purchase Of Any SaI.I.Pert..S.rvlc.' i i!i

:i. let 11Me I E-Z TwmB I
, CHATEAU CLUB 3 To Choose From Color Console! In 'Stock. .. .
864-671 fWATIRS 1.1..1..0..1. ,
.. I Ideal for the kids
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.' .WAGON S10 5'95 '7845 List S rlJ.\e $6".76% .. t _.. 119511111waa.aa.ae.SeM K1 I I 964.7923. or' Mama's kitchen. I ...PIum. In!it '!

.. : SAVE $93 en 36" wide I.. 11DE.-Call St Offer Valid'to I 111 II New Installation I I j

LTD II List out-Iron. t/flreploe Wo MLIOII" MOBILE HOME C :ti 12/24/79 .. .
1979 teioX652
.. .. S1S2.9O I WorkLarge ftlltVICt POLES With This AdrWe II .Rs.od.W'RSPalr:' ... II'
*Bulldozer i
NOW ONLY Service And Okra,
small II /! What We Soil An III '

it FOR THE BQ'sFROM $14 Oft t3 6..,wIdo or I 'Brand. Financing With Approved Credit I ......rranc............... ;E!
*Lard FIR \ .
t fireplace was } 140.tO P1 Ava/rab/e/ I

''NOW ONLY *94."* .* 'PondlWILBUR *We InvKa you to compare our prices. I II; PUMP. SUPPLY ,

FORD! NOW IN STOCXIflreplox II I Quasar, ,Alao RCA A \\f

t ;, SAV' r on 42w wide 16NS WATERSeto I II'l z.vit1ll'trarid* r Mktdleburg store. I COMPANY ; ':" II

;* ', SPECIAL MUSTANG ,, *. w. n.. nn i at a***.. ,Advanced Electronics: 664 Temple. Ave. ,
We* $232.10 '
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' yl8ta thunderbird GHIA 'NOW ONLY" $149.ti name I :ue .E.. Cell oa4.e842 r"r StarkevFla,, ;1
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All cost-Iron construction '-''' -- -
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;t ;;: List 5a $7200Ust: e I Bum wood. Velvet black. I I. .-. '" J. J
$6850 I men llntah with brow ballornament ., 'i ,II( _.. : .

P .flu transportation Included. and I ,SMITEAN FOODS, INC. LINE I ROCK I( "' "": :, :. j:t(

handlIng 1", iC:: .., [
N.W6th Avo\ SE4th St ;
IZTERWILLEGAflMOTOR'S .Price of ftrepIoce and or- 16 1035 't

nom.nl* If boughtMONTOOMHIY Gainesville \ Gainesville Tired Of Getting .Stuck,'In.Your' Driveway?$j'|. !' X 'I ll,; \\f
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